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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

& V He Got tne Pais. "T want n pans." "I'hbs? You're not entitled to a pasB You are uot an employe Sorry." "No; but hero the antlpasn law say* free traiiHportatlon can be granted to 'tiecettnary caretakers of live stock, poultry and fruit.' Well, I'm going 011 this trip with an aunt that's a hen— there's your poultry; a girl that's a peach—there's your fruit; and a nephew that's a mule- there's your live stock. Gimme a pass."—The Way- bill. Free to Our Reader*. Writ* Murine Kye Remedy Co , Chlraj,,, for 48 p f« Illustrated Kyo IJook Krciv Svrlle h 11 about Your Eye Trouble anil they will advise iih to the Proper Applica- tion of (lie Murine Eye Remedies In your Bpeclul Cum.' Your I>rUKKlst will tell you «tint Murine Relieves Horn 10yen, Htrenntli- ms Weak Eyes Doesn't Smart, Soothes Kye ruin, find sells for 60c. Try It In Your Eyes end In Hnhy'a Eyes for Bealy Kyellds and Granulation. Outdone. Willis—I'm raising 000 chickens on a five-foot lot. Olllls—That's nothing. You ough...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

A > i\ \ <* «i[iHf*r THREE DEATHS MAR GREAT PARIS RACE TWO BURNED TO DEATH; ONB STRIKES A TREE. FIFTY ENTRANTS FOR RACE Owing to Untoward Winds and Other Hindrances Ten Competitor* Unable to Get a Start. Paris, Jane 19.—Fifty aoroplanlsts took wing early Sunday from the aviation field at Vlncennes on th« first stage of the European circuit race, which calls for a flight to Lon- don and return, with stops at va. rlous places going and returning. Three of the aviators soon after the start were killed and at least on# was gravely hurt The dead: Gapt. Prlncetau, whose motor exploded In midair, flooding him with gasoline and burning him to death; M. Le Martin, who dashed against a tree, the motor of his aoro- plane crushing his head; Leiwlon, Wiled near Chateau Thierry. Ben- eine In the reservoir exploded, the aviator was burned to death and the machine consumed. The injured: M. Gaubert, a form- er Lieutenant in the army, who was entered in the civilian race under the name of "Dalg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

S" At I " ft The Texas Negro Tha Tsxaj negro la primarily • 'srinor nnd tha rac* h*a mada IHUa wogrowi In conimarr«, mechanic*, K'l'Tiea ond art. I'Yaedom ha* earrkd irlili It responsibilities wliloh hare areighod heavily upon tha colored race ind after « lapso of half n century ot 'rcilsm they aro still thi "drawers of ^«tor ami tlia hewera of stoiio." The rounr Are dependent upon the whit* ■tinn for their education nnd tha >U«d Mid infirm sre his wards, The Slave Negro. In 1 SCO there w«sr* 158,585 slaves In lYxns, rendered for fi*«eeamant at HI06.C8S,! 30, Klvlr.j: nn svcrege vulu* - all «k*h of $072.71. T.iC as- • v.-.'iik of nil l.ind In Texua nt In t I line iv a a 1122,-'1U,7(H. The MnvM i*' re almost c<<tinl In value to all farm H'pprtw conatltutlnif sfl per ctnt of );i> tnxaliln wealth of the state. Th« it.ste and county revenues derived from :axlng slaves annually was upproxl* jr J 1.000,000. I Taking Into oonelderatlon tha per •ant of true value of property ren...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

r THE ALTO HERALD K. K. ALI.Iv? vNT, Y JITOR. SUBSCRIPTIO* RATES One Year • • • .$1.00 Six Months.... j 5° Til ret; Mouths, j 25 All subscript^ Are payable in advance. './<> mmc will be put 0:1 the hootys 111'til paid for. Kntercd a^ '/cond-c'ass mattei Jan. 3, 1901, •' the postoffice at Alto,' Texas, 4 -ler act of March V i 79- N Jtice. Business of importance im- pels me to call a meeting of the stockholders of the Kami* era' I'niou Telephone in Alto on the first Tuesday in July. \ full attendance is urgently requested, C. ROGERS, Chairman, Board of Trustees. -- miotic to the Public. Anvvrr''" '•1': rj!fketion upon the f'.inracier.Mm!'::;: ' 1 ; epui.it iouol uny pcih'i U1 or corporation, wliicli nt/ appear in the columns of The erald will be gladly cor j rected *on its hHnp brought to j A girl who is nice and quiet is worth a million of others who thinks she's something 4ud can be heard two miles flirting with her beau. "Yes, sir," said the man who would not vote for a repub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

1 iv\su.-v^f*.<;: -* -Vr'^r.v*..." *' •" . r*.' r^1 •«• VV \-Ir +:: *.' - ^.s ;*.'rxfr'^r^r--'- J,- :S- J,> 3 ! | I ;•■ *> c &?; I a- .l": .'-• > < £ E C I A L i ( f ) > 'i-'i 5& Kfc ^ >1' y 'V,-.' > •• i t I OIJ Till KSDAY. .Ii \i: One Hour (>;il\—10:150 to 11:110 Ten Yards of Best 10-cent Bleaching to *>j] j Each Customer iS# & ^ wKVfftt I vju«*iBtfK«#fiicsar8fftfiBK5tt«wk.ti4''*««««*afcaffcsfBearci,5jcec7<r3*Vcif3iaffisj! iiiiiViVi a Yon have bought sparingly this season iti the dry > line, and we know the reason why—but let's not •*'v.v |t <nsens3 it. >pace is > j >>ig f"r, and we have them; j ■) I !■ leached Sheeting, ioc goods., " " " rt1 •• ' joods limited—]>riees are what you are look .]••! lirowm Sheeting, ioc •I I 1'rown Sheeting, So goods 9 I IJleavh":- Pepperel Sheeting 104 Bleaching Pepporel Sheeting <v. 1 Hrown Peppere! Sheeting /■'-.} Brown Pep] erel Sheeting \mo.skeag Apron Ginghams, foe grade Amosk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

I HUM w V )1 v V V v wwemrWf ,1 dUi—— .'i. C I A L FOli ril H HS8 )AY,JI .\K ON is IIOI'U ONLY—SitSiO TO :{.:?<> We Will Sell all Our 10-cent Fancy Drer Ginghams 10 yards to Each Customer •* we anticipated anr we enter into this June Sale with deep appreciation of this great sale wehave had constantly in mind the purpose to reciporcate tracMe, This w have most thoroughly done. Ever/ articlc of summer ed. We invite o r friends and especially those who have not heretofore idling only the nost dependable styles and qualities* and this part makes 'UNTINTY FCR THRIFT Y BUYERS. SALE Begins--8:00 A, M, f, PRICES VILL DO IT. Read carefuly the partial list of prices. N;k£ NOTIONS There are a ! :uudred-and-one necessary and useful articles on which a substantial saving is assured. It may he only a saving of 2c on a nickel, 3 or 4c on a dime articlc— but you find a gocd many nickels saved when you buy what you need here during the sale. Every article will bs reduced in price. Muslin lTnd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

./ rl tif I w* >1*1 rose Gurr.ev, polit :v \v.r chars • >■ came i- i the f . - hod^ '). '.i wccl. 1*1' t ()U! .. V ' gravet i the . lilii \ i; pyin; c him .:i i : piaci ; c nric :. Funeral of Wife. Mas ,, —Howard 15j ; v uiiucnt j'oung : is in jail on His arrest ■ .J. ainatie cliinal to ! ( xercises over the \ i.e. who die LOCALS Mob Threatened Sheriff. S/iu Antonio, Tex., June 21. —Surrounded by a mcb, it> clu ling many soldiers, various- 1 ly estimated at. between 500 I'M MeKewen spent several am^ iooo, some tin owing rocks days in Lufkin last week. others shouting, "Lynch c hh 1 ..it 'hnii! Get a rope!" Sheiifl S'lii Murphy spent the day | ri. , . 1 , T. .01 sTolin W. iobin was for about 111 l4 drest btinuay. <,J ,, . , . . ...... . 'a half liour tonight 111 a criti-i All kinds ol erocencs, good 1 , ,.ri * , , , , . , ' h 'cal situation 111 W ilson street •aid tresh, at Agnew s. , .. . . . 1 near the maneuvers division, e Ef S '« *l* t h,lmU5"ulaudonly by good judgmen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

—^ m vy 1 1 r' /I 1 the auto Herald' Tin: ;v>vcriiinciit will begin work I next nion'.li cLrjn'ning the Bra/.is river. A s> stem of locks and cljituH will be built; there is an appropria- tion os $300,000 now available for construction work. K. K. AIJJvN, Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable ii) advance. No,name'Will -be pit? on the books tintil paid for. Kutered as second-c'ass matter Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoffice at Alto, Texas, uuier act of March 1, 1879. Parents, do you know where }'our boys arc at night? If some- thing isn't done towards keeping them r.I home at nights and giving litem some kind of employment some home will be darkened with sadness. We ask, who's to blame? 1 Rom ft merch.vt's pretends that t'.try do their ty.s't tywards the up- building of the town they live in while at the same time they are the only ones that are trying to down the best iusl'tutiou the town has—the home newspaper. There ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

JfiHHMP** H V i" *v •' I / THE ALTO H^AL NEWS'CROP REPORT FROM 750 POINTS 1.1. All IN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS Keep cool and you will be cooL Also, baab the poet that rocka th« boat It muat ba great to be skinny In bo* Weather. Do Dot overwork youraelf taking bot Weather advice. Mora popular than othera ara bot travea with broken back*. Now the man who aleepa out of Boora flnda It easier to make eonvorta There ought to be a Nobel prize for the personage who Invented shirt Waists. About tha only time the women are good listeners Is when the preachei Is talking. New York complains of a shortage bf water, despite tho fact It la sur rounded by It. Detroit's team loses a game on rare occasions to prove that lta players ara merely human. Chicago Is now advocating air baths A short time ago one of Its citizens died in a bathtub. A New Jersey man who ate pie twice a day for 89 years Is dead—gone to his desserts, as it were. After college professors reach a certain age they don't seem to care...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

jzr. SUFFERED FOURTEEN YEARS. % M A Terrible Case of Dropsy and How It Was Cured. Mr*. W. R. Cody. 603 Tenth St, L^wliton, Idaho, says: "Fourteen year* I suffered from kid- ney trouble. I was ao lame and tore I could hardly more. Headaches were fre- quent and my whole body bloated. I had chills and hot flashes and my ankles were so swollen I could ■carcely wear my shoes. The kidney secretions bothered me and my nerves were unstrung. I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and soon the swelling diminished. The backache and other troubles quickly disappeared and I «u completely cured." Remember the name—Doan's. Wor Bale by druggists and general ■torekeepert everywhere. Price 60c. Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The Worth of the Voice. How wonderful Is the human voice! (t la indeed the organ of the soul! The Intellect of man Bits enthroned visibly upon his forehead and in his «ye, and the heart of man Is written upon his countenance. But the soul reveals Itself In the voice only; as Qod ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

m ':'-t ■Hi ■mmmmh As It Was Told To Us L,ee Gnin 11 of Rusk spent Tuesday in Alto. Bennett Perkins was a visi- tor to Rusk this week, lvarnest i'letner of Rusk was in Alto 1 :,t week. Robt. Usher spent Tuesday nij;lit in Jael: onvillc. John Ciiiinn of Rusk spent Tuesday in Alto. The building occupied by Frank, Haws 6c Crouch is near completion arid is a credit to Alto. Workmen commenced this week breaking ground for I lop,an & Thomas two brick buildings. Mr. C. R. Kelly of Jackson- ville is down this week putting down concrete sidewalks in front of several business houses which extends from Ahearn's furniture house to Murphy & Williams barber shop. There will be preaching at Cold Springs next Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. m., and 3 o'clock, p. m. Also Sunday School at 10 a. 111. Services will be con- ducted by Rev. Dawson of Problems of the Fireside The Anna-lean homo li the throne and fountain heed of g-rontness iintl tlx de - tIn 1 c* of the human race must depend upon tho wla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

4-* JZ ■U <4 K/3 •v' w*' Voi.umf. XI 3 ~j*jLi£uJ£juL ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June 29, 1911 Number 30 Grand Free Barbecua at Jackson- ''-• ^"^firrnrmiiniT^n'^ t rfii'MM n im mi 11 - 8 A Successful Merchant WWV/VV ville, July 4th, The citizens of the city of Jacksonville are planning to have a big barbecue 011 July the 4th, and in addition to this J a jfeature, there will be speeches by some of the most reputable orators in the state. This event is not being undertaken H for the peopk of Jacksonville land Cherokee county alone, I but is for the people of the ; whole parts of this . section of : the state. Those who have the details in lia^d are aware that jl j this is a big undertaking, and are going to be prepared to en- tertain all who come 011 this occasion. There will be ex- cursion rales 0:1 all the rail- roads leading into Jacksonv lie ag^KvSEggca^^'ta2Kr^Siivr.T":-rr"i and all who will come from the TRUCK GROWERS We have a goo.1 "Alto State B.iuk ' pencil for you if you will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

HMME^ 1 'lS li irc Tues M: elect schot M elect scliO' HU1 W youi M porli JllOtl M Sat 11 cliiTf A busi last M and in R M itinj this G Ovc tow I T is R' liar r. was frici IV. S] 01 tine' IC( li av.n W 1'oit turn F oat < avct T turr prin day; this H dayi weel M is v wife . Ju jspen fc.A THE ALTO HERALD f. t. AlttN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS All doga are not bud dog*. Death Is a big winner In automobli* Tact,'a. Now a doctor has produced a hear) •tlinuluut from toads. While swatting the fly, let us re member that the horse needs a drink Now Is a good time for the man whe Invented all wool underwear to ksei mum. DRAINAGE WORK NOW TO BE POSHED COMMISSIONER STILES RETURN! FROM WASHINGTON. MUCH WORK IS TO BE DONE Good hot weather advice Is to drin* plenty of water, but not out of a pub ■tic drinking cup. With hny at $27 a ton In Chicago tho Western farmer buys an autoiuo bile and payB cash for It. An explosive golf ball Is something new to us, although we have often heard of explosive golf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

v> f. DESTRUCTIVE FIRES IN TWO TEXAS TOWNS LOSSES AGGREGATE $160,000 OR UPWARD. THE WINDS ADD TO FLAMES to* Plant at Brownwood a Total Lost; £3 Acre* of Stock Pens Burn at Fort Worth. Brownwood, June 26.—Sunday morn- ing fire destroyed property to the amount of $60,000, when the entire plant of the Brownwood Ice & Fuel Company was destroyed with the Knox JProduce Company and Swift & Co.'s stock, which was In the same building occupied by the produce company. The fir* started In the building occupied by the produce company, and a strong wind soon fanned ttie flames to the Ice factory, which was only a few feet away. At the time of the fire three cart were consumed and the third slightly damaged. Losses: (Brownwood Ice and Fuel Oxfpany $600,000, with $35,000 Insur- ance; Knox Produce Company $2,000, with $1,000 Insurance; Swlth & Co., 12,600, Insurance not known. Snyder Brokerage and Storage Company of Ban Angelo, loss on building occupied by Knox Produce Company and Sw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

-vr~^9CSiMlMl PAINTING & PAPERING i ski: ! TYRE&MURPil V <Y^S^y> No job too ^reat or ( >o swill. J \!l Oris. (« i! a r a 11 ( c e (J rvw^ N OTIC' K I i ^ L1 Bring your telephone to my residence for repairs. All work euataulccd. : , [ 1 I F. B. BO DON HAMMER ! r Advertised Letters. The following letters remain n; vl.ii:ned in the* Alto post* •f'v'j for the week ending Jiun b.j, im i. When calling for same please say Advertised. Davidson, Mrs, 11 a t •; Louis, W:i'; ; Miller, W.T.; l'eeb'e>, Mrs. N. M.; Rbbbins, Kmuia; Shadrack, Mrs. Alice; Willi ims, Kzekial. ()ne cent additional is charge ed upon delivery: C. M. DILLKR, Postmaster. Biiv your groceries fron f. W. Carter and have then ielivered They will ]>ni them where you want them. We always handle the best and freshest. Give us a trial. Miss Bessie Fisher and Mi I Rufus Bounds were quieteh married at home on Wedne.1-- lay evening at 8:30. Tin .parlor was beautiful ck 'loratc I where Rev. I \V Johnson witl th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

kt ■'j-w s THE ALTO HERALD Oonuem>tis a word that would ==! "lean more goo<| for Alto than any v<nx> —mir ig-rwrw^r ■ w 'ii^crwurwr * K. K. AI«I«KN, Km tor. \m can think of at present, SUBSCRIPTION RATES I thing ^penally jf appiid tG Solne 0f t ic old dilapidated f;iv-traps that arc here. 'Jin War Six Months Tluv<- Months • • Si .00 CO Tni. man that docs things in . - q[k-u air, no matter what his faults All sul script ions arc payable in a c' 's considered more of a gen- advanee. No name will he put tieman than the one who sneaks on the hooks until paid for. R ound the corner- hntet.ed as second-c'ass matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postoffice at Alto, 'Texas, un ler act of March •?. 1K79. Notice to the Public. Anv erroneous reflection upon the . character. standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation,' which may appear in the columns of The Herald will he gladly cor-, reeled upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. I'tu.t. together forth'....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

i « r ' "I / / I v J m Mf; nB •aH' 1 j i) THE REASON. I)e Qulx—Aro you 1m favor •afo and sano Fourth of July? Do Whiz—No; lot the boyB havo all the Riant firecrackers they want. Do Quiz—Hut Buch things aro dan- Corous. J)o Whiz—I know It. I haven't any toys. HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER- FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS. "I have boon allllcted for twenty years with an obstinate fikln disease, called by Home M D.'s. psoriasis, and others leprosy, commencing on my scalp; and In splto of all I could do, with the help of the most skilful doc- tors, It slowly but surely extended un- til a year ago this winter It covered my entlro person In the form of dry •cales. For the luRt three years 1 have been unable to do any labor, nnd suffering Intensely all the time. Every morning thero would bo nearly a dust- panful of scales taken from the sheet on my bed, some of them half as largo us the envelope containing this letter. In the latter part of winter my skin commenced cracking open. I tried everything, almo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

:r the alto herald'Fatal Clash Between Mexican Boy Lynched Rebels and Federals! In Milam County. U. K. ALLEN, KDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ( >ue Year Si .00 Bix Months .•... .. .50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in Fan, Married 21 Years, Father of 24 Children. A large part of the popula- Nine Killed and Twenty-Five Twelve Year-Old Stranger Is Taken l'on °f bond City, Pa., is due Wounded at Jalapa, Mexico, [From Custody of Constable Last Thursday, the and Put to Death. City of Mexico, June 22— ■ advance. No name will be put | Nine persons were killed and on the books until paid for. Thorndale, Texas, June 2;, -Lynched by a mob of it> in New York today on route to Belgium. It consists of August Clonx till, and stated to hiu: at the time that she was deserting him permanently; since which time they have not lived to- gether which said period has been for lucre than three years. Whereft re plaintiff prays the court that defendant he cited this petition, and that deatt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

r ■ . Tm&sm / <0* 2j}|- j > 4 • ■'Mr" H t m*£ i JF j l I) MEM To Remove Soldiers' Bodies. Brownsville, Tex., June 19. Wife Kills Husband. Guadalajara, Mexico, June. Wounded Man Testifies. Mew York. June 22.—Sup- ported by his counsel and lean- ing heavily on a canc, W. E. D. Stokes, whoa fortnight ago is alleged to have been shot by j in court today. As he step- ped from his automobile a photographer's flashlight went The removal of thejrunains of j—Controlled by what she calls the 3000 or more soldiers andj'«BOnie mysterious influence" officers buried Jit Fort Brown Mrs Ralph Royer last night will begin at once. N, E. shot to death her sleeping luts- Renda'.l today received word band at their home at Sati Lillian Graham and Ethel from the war dcp-iitinciit that j I'elipe, a mining camp, and Conrad, appeared against them his bond for the completion of (.hen attempted to kill herself. the work in compliance with, P'0r several miles ti e wounded !n's bill had been approved.1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

I w J, .by WILBUR D NEfBIT BOOM with the MAN mlmmm I take him here ami there about the land 1 make him grip the voter by the hand. X set him up at night to express his great delight In the ramping and the roaring of the band. I take him from hla family and home. 1 fret him with an alien brush and comb, And he can't say what he feels when h* eats the hurried meals On the pathway where be la compelled to roam. I set his cheeks to aching from his smile, I teach him things about his fellows' guile, And he Is almost dead, out of sleep and underfed. Then 1 call for extra spurting for a while. X make him talk to strangers everywhere, And tell them that their city Is most fair. B exhaust hla little store of encyclopedia lore. And I never, never, never let him swear. X make him pralae the lusty son of toll, 1 make him aay our money ahould not spoil, ■ make him choose each side till he'a fa- vored and denied All the subjects with whloh you your minds embroil. t make him speak each evening to ...

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