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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

.a a-Q DUKE OF J. MAY-CARE k By HARRIS DICKSON Author Of Tht Elack Wolf t Breed." Etc rrrirfcMSW.tal'D. Appltoa Co.) CHAPTER XI. Continued. It secmcl to those outside that Fitz gerald questioned Victor Laboulsse a much shorter time. than he had either of the others. Then Fitz opened the door himself, and marched out, abrupt and decided. "Mr. Chaudron. I'm going to search this house, Just to satisfy myself and the young ladles. The sooner It's done, the better. I'll have a house full of men here In ten minutes." "And you have learned nothing?" Fltz shook his head. Felix Chaudron called Woodford Vance aside. "These girls ought not to stay here." he said. "This thing la getting serious, and there's no tell ing what we may find. I'm going to telephone my mother to come and take them to our house." For hours and hours, as it seemed to Ali.-e and Anita, men went tramp ing through the hotel, slamming doors, end making a great noise, Alice threw herself across the bed. and listened. Every f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

CUT OF MISSOURI. Tk ItrpaMlo Oil Company Abaat toil h eat ef Ita unices la elate. Jefferson City. Hc-rtiort 8. Hal )oy, attorney gpiiornl, has reci'lvr-d a inter froiu A. H. OardniT of Hie Stan dnrd Oil company at KanxHH City to tho fff-t ttint the K)ulrllc Oil com puny litul atiandonej 111 tiuMnes la that clly. Commenting uin tin? mat- trr, Mr. HrnlVy mM: "Tills will remove the prliirlpal ground of complaint wlilch tlio Inde pendent oil people have had ng to tlifl situation In Missouri. These people have contended all alone tlint tliey could compete with tin? Stnndard and tbo Waters-Pierce companies in their, re? pectlve tei-rltunes If they could only pet rid of the lious concern. When the Republic company was forced liy an order of the court lart summer to produce their stock bonks Into court which proved that they were a bogus concern, there; was nothing else for tfcrm to do but sell out. "The abandonment ofth Kansas City offices put this company out of busineF3 In the state of M...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

i LOCAL 1UIIKFS. iriJliStul1 P Order of Publication. (Kirn Iiucitioa V oy. w, 9J.) Static or MixHovK' : County of Halts. KM. I ii the Circuit Court, ta vaciitiou November A), l'Joe. V, W. Houghton, l'lalntiff, ) Charles Sullivan, Defendant. ) Now at this day come the plaintiff herein, by his Attorneys, Teiupkton & Hales, and file his pe tition and affidavit, alleging, among other things that defendant, Charles Sullivan Is a nou resident of the State of Missouri: Whereupon, it is ordered by the clerk in vacation, that suid defend ant be notified by publication that plaintiff has commenced a null ngaiiiKt him in this court, the object and general nature of which is to obtain a decree and order of this court directing anil compelling de fendant to execute a new aud re formed deed which shall properly descrilK? the premises hereinafter de-HcrllK-ri, upon the ground that the defendant in executing his deed to the plaintiff for a valuable consider ation paid to defendant, conveying a ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

,-"' 'ir- e liJi'! " lLd . ii VLXLLU) roLiniR 17 CICa KILL. tlUSOUfll.TUCESIJfAT, uixrMnKit 13, lSKfJ. THE UNMo iiiiii(UJii ( '! fit Holiday Goods! Wejhtve a splendid line of SANTA CLAUS GOODS that we are selling as low ( (t) (t) () ! I r.) ;) w i as you can get them else where. See our goods be fore you invest your money MUDICT. Millinery (') eft ) ( We have bargains for you (I) in this department also. carry the best the market affords. I Mrs. f. W. Benedict. '' ' . v : f LI The Rich Hill Tribune, Both, One Year for Only $1.10. Tie New Idea Woman's Magazine contains over 100 pages each month of faihions, dressmaking, needlework and household help. Each number is beautifully illustrated and contains ftine lull-pae. fashion plates, some in color. These two publications furnish reading for every member of the household. we charge no rcc tia IHI CAS( It lL0Wli TRADE-MARKS, Dc Sh4 tf 4 (iMtrvtiM l mMit Uf rate opinion i MiMutmu. Ii1klltk4 IS64. raaclw at Ckktf. CtUMl, DtttIL MILO B. ST...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

THE TRIBUNE '" ';SVVEB TO STORES NAN.N1K ll". Ill ( kmv' Slid Till. men mix, Missouri Former Ambassador to Vienna ITad Complained of Dismissal. Th parrot appreciates music more than any other of tho lower crea- rrnHri HoVtrit Kn'inhatiraitr tare. Denlea.Anaertlnna and lllvn Ad ttltlnnat farts McKarrflnu; ('' Washington. A letter address I to President Koosevct and members Although the coal man was not elect- I of his cabinet by no1', '.mv Sio'rcr vaj d to anything ho is gathering pwil made public Saturday In -which ho A bachelor In forced to wear skirts In Korea ami can not don trousers un til be man-It i. things right along. Maybe there is still hope for the cap tains of Industry. J. Plerpont Morgan baa Just paid 125,000 for I'.ible. seeks to show that tie r'.niic.f. from the post of ambassador to Austrla- I Hungary was unjust. President Roosevelt Sunday night. made public a lonr letter addressed An English paper says Uird Strath- to Secretary Root giving corrcsKm- coua won't tell ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

CRIME IN OUR LARGE CITIES EDITORS PROTEST. Happenings in Missouri. Process of the Evolution of the Criminal From Boy- hood Traced By Inspector McLaughlin of New York That City Clearing House for Crime Few Reformations Recorded. "When I first cam Into this offle" tinder Inspector Pyrnos," bepan In spector McLaushlin, "you could count the Italian criminals In Now York on your finders. Hut now " He pushed back lils chair and looked squarely at me," writes Frede rick lioyd Stcven Bon lu the Ilrooklyn Eagle. "Now no one knows bow inany there are. It Is the name with all other nationalities they have Increased bo rapidly that It 13 almost Impossible to keep track of them."' "And Is there a proportionate In crease in the criminals In other large cities of the United States?" "Unquestionably. Th fact of the Increase In New York would Indicate that. New Yoik Is the clearing house for crime In America. It not ouly Is the starting out place, but It Is the winding up place. New York has a much ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

t UT T T? T H T T TJ P Iloiivwrntic oVH'mo was only 11,- for work between seel ions U:, mi (Sko. 1". 1Ii:m;iiv, NANME II. HllKL'.IV, Editors rind Publishers. Subscription price, $1.00 per year. Entered nt the Weil Hill post oflicc iin wx'ond class, inn t tor. Our Now Mexicans want to lioM a constitutional convention and come in rs a f reJ ami full fledged state nil by themselves. Let 'em come. From this distance it looks as though the President did a very jotm1 thing for the country when he removed Mr. and Mrs. Dol lamy Storer from the public service. What a lot of leading democrats are moving to Butler! There's C. G. Weeks, W. D. Dawson, llarve Johnson and vvc don't know how many more. How- enough left it would be fitting to ever, we know more than three Uend out "J,-KU leather medals to !!. is ono of oiijht to he brought sharply to the attention of tho Kcpubiicvm party of Missouri. What is the loason? Are iVinorrate in this state more earnest y devoted to th'ir parly th.an the Rep...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

rr TTTTTTTT YTTT IMTfTTTTTTT eA Letter from! Santo Clous. Toy Land, Dec. 3, 1906 My Dear Children: I am very pleased 2 to inform you that I will be 2 at the Anies Bazaar every 2 day between 4 and 5 o'clock 2 commencing Dec. 10, until Christmas. I shall be very pleased to J have you meet me there at j that hour. You don't know how glad I shall be to show you those 3 K. R. trains that run and switch all by themselves. Those coal chutes that elevate the car and keep running ever so long, and 4 those beautiful dolls, doll 3 cabs, and banks. Oh, I just 3 vu k icu you, bo many preny mings. write me a j letter and put it in my office i wit oiziir. loeonetnat writes the best letter I will 3 give a nice prize. Tell me all about what you want so I j can gei 11 ior you at the Ames Bazaar. Will write again soon, SANTA CLAUS S. L AMES, BAZWR. PHONE NO. 116. Rend the Tiubcnk. $1.00. wire. Our Ntnil uh the news tj lelephon U No Keep your eye on the Bazaar ad. It will contain interesting X in as ne...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

ceRIAL O DUKE OF 'i DEVIL- y MAY-CARE e""i r if" rf ' ar . Author of "7u E.Awk Waul Breed," vj CHAPTER XII. "Wait a minute, Felix; now tell nic that ail over a?ain: I don't seem to got it into my head." "I couldn't cither, at first it took me a long time. I don't believe 1 am certain about it now; it seenis bo strange for such a thing to happen right here at home, to people you know." He Ripped his coffee slowly; Joe's coffee got cold. Chaudron went on and pave In de tail every incident that had transpired from the moment he entered the Hotel Louis lo Crande everything that Anita had told him, everything that he police had learned. It did not take long, there was so very little or It, "Now. you know all that anybody knows," he said, finally, and set down his cup. Joe did not move; his face did not light up with comprehension. "Hut I don't know a thing." he said. "Neither do I neither docs anv liody." " "But the police? the detectives?" "Not a thing. Except for what those two girls s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

PROVED RIGHT HAH CANDIDATE FOR MISSIONARY WORK FULLY TESTED. Novel Examination Showed Ha Waa in Possession of All tha Qualities Rsqulait for Success In Choaan Work. Successful missionary work In brath en countries Is lrno only ty inir.Kiuu arles wlio jHmcoxa a rare combination of personal trail. In too mny cast's the examination of the candidal l,'n to reveal the presence of this con blna tlon. But the following story tliows how an unusual examination xnade known that a certain young man waa Just the sort of missionary ir-i-i1'.1. It waa winter. The examiner sent the candidate word to be at his home at three o'clock In the morning. When the appointed man arrived at the ap pointed time, he was shown Into the study, where he waited for five hours. At length the examiner apiared and asked the candidate how early h had come. "Three o'clock sharp." "All right. It'a breakfast time, now; come In and have aome breakfast." After breakfast they went bacH to the study. "Well, sir," said the ex...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 December 1906

A Food' 2 Work On I Oricr of Publication. (First lucniaa Nor. ti, 1906.) Statu ok Miaaurist, 8H. County of Batea. In the Circuit Court, la vacation November 0, l'JOti. V. W. Houghtou, Plaintiff, 1 V. Charles Sullivnu, Defendant. J Now at thU day cornea the plalutltT herein, by his Attorneys, Tciuplcton & HuJca, and fllea hia pe tition nud ullidavlt, alleging, among other things that defendant, Charles Sullivan In u iiou resident of the State of Missouri: Whereupon, It fa ordered by the clerk In vacation, that Bold defeud-' ant be notified by publication th.it plaintiff lias couanienced u suit against him In thia court, the object and jitwral nature of which la to obtaiu a decree and order of thia court directing and compelling de fendant to execute a new and re formed deed which ahall projerly describe the premise hereinafter de acrilted, npou the ground that the defendant In executing Lta deed, to the plaintiff for a valuable couaider alion paid to defendant, convejiug u certai...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

ifc-iKWWk w mmm am i w ihiii(UiH IciLiiJLdlLi .hi VOLUME IT OiCll fULL, MISSOUIIJ. THURSDAY, DLXK'IIJKIt -0, IS0O. X. Hi I j ii i i . a- m . f i ii- U X'-J 'Lido ( ! ( (V) (?) ( ( ' t to (V) CHRISTMAS GIFTS. 1 WHAT SHALL IT HE? A chlii'i Hnt.t1 bowl for niotlur, or a oliry tny, chop pint-. one ( I In lieuutlfiii fr.-mtlne hunt! .Hluti-1 ont-a w lime. Mini Mtiuccm, chocolate win, iiihI tunny tliln; for l-ti-r or Hwwthtvirt wtio of our hand painted china puff lioxea, mnmtlilii that every Imly would U' rouil to ikmuhim; for Father, 11 Jtrjif cup and aau ecr; hikI for tlit little u.i I" doll of nil kltnlx; and pop itium, trains n:il horn for ho.va. Hut do hot lm't top hahy, a plain Hold ring. rulilwr doll, rat tler, and tunny thlnr wt will hIiow iu lii'ii you com? lit. All J i:MCUUV at Ktvntly iviIihiiI irli-e. AUo UILLI MCHVat reduced prlcva. t OME SIZE U.S. i r.l () ft 8- ft BtMDICTS, The best story of the season ha only lately come to our earn. It seems that one of our local nimroda ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

THE TRIBUNE NAN.vir.ii.mikt.ia'! ena 1 RICH HII.Ia MISSOURI Colleg lnfuenc.es. Jty those who have watched the rapid growth of the colleges and uni versities fears are often expressed lhat personal contact betwee prcai - dent and students, between professors .ud pupils, will be lost. If It has not ' foeen lost already; and thai the lest part of a college education will t-e forfeited. The definite charjre, by writer Jn a recent number of the Ontiook, that in one college at least this, condition has already come tc Tss, brought out some Interesting correspondence. One woman mentiont a ' professor who not only knew al! "bis. boys while they were under hif Instruction and helped them by per tonal advice and friendly social inter course, but has kept la touch wltt verv one of them since they wen graduated. Once a year he send them all a letter. an(S nearly all ol them reply. The atmosphere ia el most like that of one great family. The misfortune of one Is the concern of all. and all help ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

1 1 1 1 I li h& mimn on fbd pp; f". vr' f Aav f r i h Sends Special Message to Corgrcss Giving Rc suits of His Observations in Canal Zone 'ies to Critics and Makes Recommendations. BAN AM -A k 11 Jmvil-A Cv !. ,! III. lr..l !.,.! and I rd to t h l-"f n iMM'ir Witb-.ttl t -hl' k !!' eo-tt tahi.rn , .( K-fvr.i p-o-r in loit er lt n Jati.toa or l ri.'( T we t v vt-. I ' y ff , i ; 1 . tut t t . r k .' wf.fff eroef, u--d to f tbetr moo ?,o I'i in ' V 'i hte'a'j.o 1 fe, pi Rep Th fol'uKifiK t the tt of Tr'dent Rto.rv'lt f pt-r-n 1 rmt.iKpi io nrn reaa on t he ',f.J.Mt of ti,. I'mianm CHnal; To I'm rVnate and of Kept e etit.a- p e : fn th month f Novemlcr I vladed the 1 . h:ru of i'a nftma, (E-!Tf ir o r t he 'atuf a me wnl: riiide-ttb'e c ar, and 'v vlMpd the (a lie of J nbama and t'ou li, w.j i h aro not in t he xone or uiMt tit I'plted Ftatea flaa. hut a to w l.h h l h (ruled Mate e-rn nit-Tit, t hr ,..; !i l;a i-.l:- ntx, ei rrlsr a t.e.T-..j for eM am aa T' ! t .i r y purposes. I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

The Tribune. lir.o. l Ill IklCIIV, Nanmk U. UlTKEUT, 1 Ml torn nnl I'uMlf-hom. SuW rlptlou price f 100 oc-rycnr. Entered at the Etch Hill pout-r'ti- nw nconl clrtBH mutter. The President's mesaago to Congress 011 the Panama canal covers the whole ground. Great Britain can Rend no more suitable man rs Ambassa dor to the United States than Statesman James Brycc. The Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners of Missouri are going to ask tho legislature to make their rulings operative un til the courts review them. It's Kubc Oglcsby's inning now. ' m It may be possible that there 5s a loop hole through which the Standard Oil Company will es cape the just penalty of a violat ed law after all. This discovery may be what is making them so willing to give their testimony now. Said an English lord years ago, "You cant make a law of parliament that one can't drite a coach and lour through." you want is a skillful driver. All Secretary 1 Cool's Spcb. We have read Secretary Root's speech. This is th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

r7TYYTYTYTYYYTTfTYTrrTTT I A Letter From Santo Clous. YYYYY Toy Land, Dec. 18,1906. 3 My Dear Children: 5 I fear I have not 3 kept my promise Tery well to 3 writs. . But I have so many 2 little ones to look after it take r.V. my time. 1 was very glad to meet so 2 many of you at the E ax a ax 4 and to get so many nice letters Do you know it is going to be hard for the 3 4 judges, you ALL have done so nicely. 3 low- you whose parents 3 trade at the Bazaar, hurry iayour letters, those of you 5 who havn't written, as there 3 is a prize for some one of 3 you. Yours in haste, 3 SANTA CLAUS. J S. L AMES, 3 6VZiQ. 1 PHONE NO. 1x6. AAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA Itead the Tuibcne. $1.00. Seitci uii tin' ih'm- b win. Our V'lephotM" ! Ni r2. Judge elect A. D. Hyde, from east of the river, was in our city londny. Miss Mamie Wiseman, who is teaching near llutler, visited her parents last Saturday and Sun day. C. It. Walters returned from his visit to his father at Ft. Mad ison, Iowa, Monday night. H...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

? T. Y T Tr fr? f DEVIL- 'I -J MAY-CARE I i 3 Anther I "Ths Clack Waifs Breed, Etc (t ,xni;h.,lwu.tiy O. Sfpi'-'ten C.J CHAPTER XIII. Continued. Ilia queer little mirthless emile parried Joe's question with one of Ms own: "Which room do you mean? tho Jirst door on your right as you po Into the 'nil? There Is one lady as says H is that one, and one as Buys it hain't. l.it I searched 'era halt Fpcnt three hours yesterday in the old man's room. Nothink there but a lot of old shoes, old clothes, and dirt" "What arrests have you made?" Joe asked, tersely. Chaudron took ti answer off Baker's hands: "Arrests for what? Who could we arroil? We ran t prove a thin?. We're had the devil of a time keep jug it out of the papers until we could find ctit enonrh to " Chaudron's f.iois of law were Tery crude, and he soon floundered beyond tils depth. "1 am going down there myptlf." Joo rose abruptly and reached for Lis hat. "Come. Mr. Baker." " 'Ar'n't Mr. Chaudron better po, art' leave me tout? Not ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

: IIISSODBI STATE HEWS Suit Over Wifs's Love. Frank M. Knqiia. a railroad man, lias bro-mliv u!t for 2H,W.'0 NKalunt Cur tlo I". litiiienper, nisyor of rhir, rharginK that Iln!l-tiKr has alennted the love of Mr. Ktiqna and fauwd liff to lsve Jils home. Mayor Jlail'-imer Is well known In Macnti rotmty. l-it year he bepan a reform crusade in hi town and employed d"tectlves from CbifiPu to iMore evidence a to gamb ling; and tb lllesal of liquor. Fu q,na says that he lived happily with his wife until Ralienger became no- . qualnted with her la 1904. Soon after the defendant became a boarder at the Fun u a household and the plaintiff ays thai. Boon there.tfer lrs detect ed a etiauge in his wife and that final ly In August of the present year, sbe l.'ft him. Halleniter stands well In hit rommunlty and the filing of the peti tion was a ereat surprise. Mayor Dal. lencer Is unmarried. He Is 40 years of see and lives cn a farm ninth of town. FMtJtia, the plaintiff. Is alioul 35 years old. Pre...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 December 1906

H L Ik. cl a I": i Order cf Pcfcllcation. (Firu liucriioa Nor. w, Stati: of Missofi:t, 1 s. County of Bates. J In tho Circuit Court. In vacation November $1, PJuS. V. V. Houghton, I'luiutlff, 1 Charles Sullivnn, rjeft-ndant. j -Vow at this day comcn the plaintiff herein, by hta Attc.rnc.v-, Templeton& Hales, and file his pe tltlou and afP davit, nllcgiup, anion other things that defendant. Charles Sulilvnu is u uon rosldea t of the State of Missouri: Whervuiiuu, it is ordered by the clerk in vacation, that said defend nnt be notified by publication that piuintitf bus coniQieDiwI a suit ugulnst hlui Jr. this court, the object und general nature of hich is to obtain decree aud order of thin ruurt directing and coin polling de fendant to execute a new and re formed Meed which sh-ull properly deeeril. tho premises hereinafter de scriber,, upon tho ground that the defcuduut in executing his deed to the 'plaintiff for a valuable considerate-ju paid to defendant, conveying n'-ertiun tr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 December 1906

V. uT in ID) ICH volumi: 17 men iiill. MJsHocni.TiiUKsoAT, ui:ci;mhi:u27, IKJa JI-iiiLiL . . . . ... ... , . . ..... . , .... MEW-YEARS GIFTS.- () U HAT SHAM. IT UK? A clilnit chI.'kI lnovl for mother, , C'l nr ii celery tri.v, -lmp plnte, one of flume I m-m i: f i f ill kviiiiIim- ( ! liutxl pMinti-il ouch we luivp, ;V JS; ciijm iiml .inner, clioeoliiii' ' , () ni'tn, uinl in ..any for ..tl-,tt .'lie of our c., tcr or kw i .i . . i . ... i ...... t ..i.i it i ii'iM'i "Hiiri 1 iiiiiii IHIAC unmet lilnir tlmt everv Imlv wouM 1m- (iiimhI to h)sm's; for KatlnT. H l iriif nip iiml sm - ( ivr: uinl for tin- little tii U iIuIIh of all Ulii'l.-: nil. I . pun-, 'riliin jim.1 liornx for Imi.vh. I'm ill) I III foiiM-l t C Imliv. II 111. tn ( k'mu n... a i i ! .mil. r.n :i tier, ami lnany tliliik'M wul!l', Si iiimv inn in'ii j on riMiie in (. (V. mi .i i:vr.i. uy nt fl'llllitMl JltKTK. Al-O Kri.;Miy f:; NKIIY at n-lat-. .1 hKvm. iomi: si:i: i s. CLUDICTS. (i) (s) a ' i t-vi'i ... Ij ; v - . 1 ...

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