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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 October 1905

(118111 fWl5 M (0. S&cuiun'lo E, H. Snyder i Co. IDruyy/sts. 2^e Piave moved to our now Store and are now prepared tv show our Stock, We have a complete stock of 7Jew J’resh GOODS. . .Prasrip b» ui Full; Esisipls t Spsdalty. . ;io It 10 CE OP. ©ylhc time we take your measure and have your suit made, you •will be tired of those Summer "Clothes. * Come in tomorrow •and see the new styles^ r of doth we are show- H. t. Kennedii : wm HOXESTEAD, S. 17., M, SOD. -^MeetuK^rond und fourlh VVrdne.dKva "of e«rK roontli at their hall over hank. Viaiiing member* cordially invited to attend. J. T. F1otciiik*on, For. •R. H. U»R«, Cor. ~ _ TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Tfpe writing papar by the balk at the Columbian office. Loa Butterfield, of Tobacco, wai in town Wednesday. All the latest magazines and periodicals at the Columbia Falls Drug Co. Mrs. Lake Dillon, of Whiteflsh, was a visitor In town last Bandar. Get your milk from the Columbia Dairy and save the trouble and teed of a cow this wi...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 October 1905

GIVE CHICAGO POLICE BATTLE. There are fouj* verses. Verse I. Ayer’s Hair Vigor makes the'halrgrow. Verse 2. Ayer’s Hair Vigor stops falling hair. Verse 3. Ayer’s Hair Vigor cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer’s Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair. Tfie chorus is sung by millions. ICS A /117 un 7etn."-iu*. M. Daemon). If. •• ers PECTORAL- best by rrsf “I have tried all kind) of waterproof clothing and have never found anything at any price to compare with your Fish Brand for protection from all kinds of weather." na.1 • OT IS. WTltCT Or (hi. raak^topooinAoutoo) UighPst Award World’s Fair, 1904. A. J.TOWER. CO. •n>eS®)cftheR*' Boaoo. U.S.A. TOWER CANADIAN CO, LIMITED " ’ - " Toraato. Coada Mattn •/ WarmUd Wtt WeaUtr Clothluf THE GALE -SPENDS ITSELF. Seventeen Persons Drowned on the Great Lakes. Cleveland, Oct 22.—From the beet Information obtainable today 17 Uvea and nearly a scoro of ships were lost on the great lakes as the result of the terrific gale which raged for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 November 1905

■4 Slnfle Copies 10c. SobKriptloD Price $2.50 per Year. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELE6RAP! ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both PRINCE LOUIS ARRIVES. Royal Bearer of Meaaage From King Edward Lands at Annapolis. Annapolis, Md., Nov. 2.—Greeted by the commander'in chief of the North Atlantic fleet, the superintendent of the naval academy and the governor of Maryland, his serene highness, Rear Admiral Prince Louis of Battenberg, _ . . . u , t ani ’ tlie armored cruiser squadron unEastarn and Western - Hemlsphera. dor h , 8 command 0D tholr arr)val ln During tfce Past Week—National, Chesapeake bay, have been made to Historical, Political and P.ron.l tha , t thel, • I welcome to American waters and Events. Last Friday was President Roosevelt's 47th birthday. American soli. The 21 guns from the British flagship Drake announced the approach up Chesapeake bay of Prince Louis' squadron. The weather was balmy. Ainsworth. Iowa, was swept by Are Prince Louis stood on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 November 1905

© Columbian. Etzst Satcsdat. , ». LABVOCB. Kdlloi *»d Owa«r. MATMMt ••■•CJOTtios—12.00 p«r ye*r in niTince ADTWiSHna—dlip]*v—»1. p«r Kjojire Monthly. IjxaU l0.ceDta per llMJKh Uaeition. Special r»t«* br conUect. * "Entered Eeb. S.-1M6. at-ColnmbU MU, Mont., u »«coi)d clan matUr, nnder Act of Congreas of March 3rd, U79." SATO BOAT. Not. 4,1906. School Notes. The children in the lower grades are taking quite an interest in drawing and some of them are doing .very creditably work. Nolle* wjth. Last Monday evening, the teachers] n'mb«" A STUDY. , Silver Bow has the proud diatinolion .of being the anialleat.in. area of alf the conntlea in Montana, but Butte is-ln ^BUver Bow and Bnlte is known tbrougb..oat the world as the greatest campon earth. . To the out-stdev Butte tasynonymous with Silver Bow. Silver Bow is a county however and maintains a semblance of county goaarnment. For several years, one W. D. Clark has been a commissioner of Silver Bow eonaty. , Hi a photograph..is.lamiliar t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 November 1905

(IWlt fills Mi (0. SswuorrtjS.I.SajiiriCo. ‘Druggists. *W Q have moved to our new Store and are now prepared to show our Stock. 2De- have a complete stock of Tfew Sresh GOODS. . .Pristrijta d Fiaily Ujli i Systiilty. m w dibs im. By the time we take your measure and have •your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Come in. tomorrow and see the new styles <d£ cloth we are show- R. E. faiedy Cm09 BOUSTEAD. 8. i l, HO. SOO. —MeeU second *nd (ourlh Wednesdsrs of month at Ihetr hall ovor bank. Visiting members cordiallr invited to attend. J. T. HrrcHUieoir, For. B. H. Uabb, Cor. Wm. Read paid ' Kalfspeli a busuiess visit Tuesday. The Columbian office wants potatoes •n subecription. U. Lewis visited with his daughters at Kalispell Sunday. Will Clark baa gone to Sedan for a month or six six weeks. Or. J. T. Robinson was a business visitor at WhiteRsh Friday. Mayor Sam Hilburn, of Kalispell, was a visitor in town Friday. Frank Coombs was among the. business visito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 November 1905

Compare PUlsbury - * Vlios with oiher cereal* and you will Instantly recognise HLLSBURY PURITY In the rich, white color o( which Is actually the "Meat ol the Wheat. - It Is the white heart ol the wheat kernel, slerillzed. Nothing added; nothing taken atyay. 1 this Common Sense Breakfast Food and you will never change It !■ MCALTHFUI.—SUBSTANTIAL—ECONOMICAL A 2-POUND PACKAGE MAKES 12 POUNDS COOKED -See ih. Economy MICE 20 CENTS. 4aA roar Grocer To-Day PILL5BUKY-WASBBUKN FLOUR. HILL CO.. Lid, Mlnnaapdlla. Mina. BOMB, KNIFE, TOUCH BIIUB l» \ WBM RHEUMATISM HOB BOLES ABSOLUTE IN Cliy TBIBTFEN PEBSONS MET DEATH j NOT BE SUBBED AWHY OF ODESSA, BUSSIA. “Hoollflang” Armed With Weapon* of Every Description Rob. and Murder Peaceably Inclined—Majority of 2000 Killed Are . Jews—No Troops for Martial Law If Decreed. NE4B KANSAS CITY, HO. When the joints are sore and swollen, and the muscles throbbing with the pain of Rheumatism, relief must be had at once, and it is natural to rub the COMING ATT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 November 1905

X NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening*. In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Mrs. James D, Brennan of Minneapolis quarreled with her .husband recently- and after he had gone to work attempted to kill her four chlldFSn and herself. She shot and killed three children and fatally wounded the other. The mother shot herself in the left breast, and, It is believed, will die. C. W. Sangster, accused of having sent poisoned candy to his wife's children, was Indicted at Chicago by the grand jury on a charge of assault with intent to kill. He Is under arrest at Lawrence, Kan. Mr. Takahlra, the Japanese minister, Is making arrangements to sail for Japan next month on a long leave. Negotiations have been opened for a new trade treaty between the United States and Germany. Frofessor William Rainey Harper, president of the University of Chicago, is falling and it Is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 November 1905

k at mil tOMCTUmoji—*2.00 per year in adrenc* •Vw—»1- P«r 10 cents per line each BFH k r Special rates by contrast. „ “Entered Feb. 2,1905,. at Columbia Falla, Mont., ae second . claaa matter, nnder Act ol, Congress ol March 3rd, iro. SATUBPAY, Sot. 11, 1905. The Bee aiakee a rigorous kick be caoee tbe Butte Miner throws cold water on the eerere! prospectire sugar lactones is Montana Does the Bee not know that Senator *Olarkr is making sugar on a large scale in southern California? Does tbe Bee expect him to encourage and foater competition in a business in which he is so Vitally interested? The senator's interests ere largely in the south-west. Ito Ariaona and southern California he Is regarded as the veritable-^Jount of Monte Cristo, re-incarnated. There he Jjlmeta millions in mines, sugar factoriee and railroads. Hit investments in Montana have been largely of a political 'character. In this state- he has,kept and maintained the largest, most carefully selected end most expensive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 November 1905

(Mlli IM15 Mil (0. SwoHicntoE, S-SajdariCs, i Dru# S rists. hctVQ moved to our new Store and e&e- now .prepared to show our Stock. Ti/e have a complete stock of Tfew ffiresh GOODS. . Mrijik asd M; kti;t31 . IT HI DK BP. ► Venlton ia scarce. Hunters are plentiful. Klma' Philips and wife-were risitora at Kalispell Saturday. _ €hns C. Miller went dock hunting Monday. All. afternoon too. All the latest magazines and periodicals at the Columbia Falla Drug Co. Don’t borrow The Columbian from you neighbor, come in and subscribe. Born*—A son, to the wife of George Mansfield, in this i-Hy eu Monday, Noy. 6th, 1905. Chaa Olson,. Dennis Comeau and H. C. Selvage were Kalispell business visit- ers Monday. Get your milk from the Columbia Dairy and save the trouble and feed of a eow this winter. Ward Skyles went to Kalispell Monday and made final proof on his homesirad before the U. S. Land Office - Mrs. W. F. Haskill departed Tbursfor Denver, where she will visit By tfre time we take ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 November 1905

gr' & I- VICTIMS OF MOBS. Scenes at Odessa as 412 Bodies of Jews Are Interred. isa, Nov. 9.—Four hundred and i Jews, victims of.the massacres were burled today. A - of the shops were closed, inot those belonging to s scenes of grief were and almost Ihdescrlban the bodies were placed in trenches, each containing 70. Similar funerals will continue for three days, 240 of the victims being In such a condition today that they could not be recognised. On each grave wreaths were placed bearing the inscription: "Martyrs to the faith—victims of the autocracy.” * The mobs • completely devastated, plundered and burned all the Jewish houses in the suburbs of Dalnlk. In the large villages of Severinnovka and AnatQllevka and the towns of Ovidlopol, Malmala, Akkesman, Ataki and Winitxa, many hundred persons are reported to have been killed and thou sands wounded. The details of the last week’s massacres at ^Odessa are gradually leaking out and only serve to add to the horrors. It appea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 November 1905

NEWS OF THE WIED SBQRT TELEGBAPd ITEMS FIOM ALL PARTS OF TBE GLOBL A Review of Happeninge In Both Eaetern and Wee tern Hemlepheree During the Paat Week—National, HLetoiical, Political and Pereonal Eventa. grant It He will not order out the troops to protect the bozea, however. CIRCUS TRAIN WRECKED. The powers are agreed concerning a naval demonstration against Turker Horace Lewis Smith, known aa Horace Lewis on tha stage, died recently. James O'Connell, presldent-ef th8 International Machinists’ unlofi, has been reelected. American and Japanese ministers havje signed an agreement for a copyright convention. Word has been recei ved at the war department that Secretary Taft and party are on their way home. Secretary Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr* of Yale university says the total number of students In all departments la 3672. General Danlloff and suite were received by the emperor of Japan the first Russians to visit the court since the war. President Roosevelt has placed himself on record ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 November 1905

■ubbokiptiox—$2.00 per year in advance ifcDVBBTifiiNO—display—$1. per square _ tnontbly. Locals 10 centa per line eacii ' 'Insertion. ' Special rales by contract. r ' “KnUred Feb. 2. 1905, at Columbia r Falls, Mont., as second class matter, ' J ~“ Act of Congress of March 'Srd, w&" SATURDAY. Nov. 18, 1905. DIXON IN TOWN. After a brief visit In Kalispell, on Wednesday of this week, the Hon. Joseph M. Dixon drove to Columbia Fail* where be spent about three hours shaking hand* with friends and discussing the question of irrigation in Flathead and other matters of local and state interest. Mr. Dixon expressed sincere regret that his engagements in other parts of the stale would not permit him ro spend more time in the valley end better acquaint himself with conditions and the wishes of its people. Ufcjelirdcad earnest in his advocacy of a Governtnent system of irrigation for the valley, though he is not enchusiastic over the prospects of immediate auccesa. He . says Montana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 November 1905

T 5 * V- tlf* K ■ .*1 i.jL Mil filU W (t. fcxinintol, afejinU:, fflruyyists* 2^ff have moved to our new Store and are now prepared to show our Stock. We have a complete stock of 9few Jfrosh GOODS. . Jrarijiiji! mi full; Eimipis i Spilt?. , It TO iRtSS i. By the tame we take your measure and have your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Come in tomorrow and see the new styles of cloth we are show- II. t Hy TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. licensed latidemisl. E. ft. BRYANT. Colcmibia Falls, Mont. i ili iRK W1EED. Mr*. Jameg Kennedy wag in Kalitpell Saturday. C. 8. Garrett, wife and dautfcter ware KaKepell Tiaitors lait Saturday. All tlie latest mngarineg and periodicals at the Columbia Falla Drug Co. Don't borrow Tba Columbian from you neighbor, coma in and aubacribe. A. N. Smith and Jake Neitzling ware buiinasa vieitora at Kaliapell, Thursday. Houses for rent ara in demand in Columbia Falls, and not a vacant bouse, in town. Get your milk from the Columbia Dairy and save the t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 November 1905

mr#- TISM PACKED WITH PAIN an of Rhen- 1 in the blood there is hardly any part of the body that is not af The muscles become sore and drawn, the nerves twitch and sting, i joints inflame and swell, the bones ache, every movement is one o{ ,my, and the entire body is racked with pain. Rheumatism is brought on by indigestion, stomach troubles, torpid Liver, weak Kidneys and a general inactive state of the system. The refuse matter instead of passing ofl throueh nature's avenues is left to sour and form uric acid, and other acrid nature’s avenues is left to sour and form uric acid, which are absorbed into the blood. Rheumatism does not affect alike. In some cases it takes a Aboat w i * „„„ form; it may be in the attack of Sheumatlsm and could not ’ ‘ '■ work with any satUfaotlon. My lor» were badly awollon and drawn ao X could scarcely walk. I tried many rem. cdlca bat could got no rallat. I waa fin. ally recommended to try S. S. S. and It aoon cored me sonnd and wall. I am now 74 year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 November 1905

fhc Coltitnlii Wj Siafle Copier 10c. Snb*cripUon Price $2J« per Yc«r. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, NOVEMBER- 25 1905. vol.: IeMI SHORT TELEGRAPH HEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Weatern Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National. Historical, Political and Personal Events. Chaffee’* report to the secretary of war eaye the army la under-officered. Fred Secord, a wealthy merchant of myateriousljMoet IBOOO to New York Chicago hotel Kankakee. Ill to drafts, two tickets and |9S In cash at a recently. Gloom Is over the congregation to Shiloh tabernacle, Zion City, since a message was read last week from the first apostle, dated at Victoria, Mex loo. In which he admits he Is far from well and fears another and fatal stroke of paralysis. ^ Torpedo boat “S 126" collided Buelk. Kiel bay, with the small cruiser Undine. The torpedo boat sank and one-officer and St seamen are miss- ing. The coroner at Dayton, Ohio, rendered a verdict of guilty In the case of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 November 1905

ms? r la »<ivance , .1 Columbia ol March 8rd! CB LAND, Ai T JlWE 8, 1878 PICE I OB ^OBLIGATION. O.E. Lrnii om™ Kjllipell, Monuna, : IS K EREnY'lin'EN-vTII/T I^’coii-. owiih tbp prorlelona of th» acl of dI Jane **1574,. "milled "Ad »ci (ot, f uinbotluid* in Uioiietei of Ce'lfor. an. Scv-Rda- a»rt W«*nlu*tou Torrl- Sood Ukings for v,; reaiobdci t Anjint.' c Oil" isi' {. Nov. 28, 1906. Items. liia brother WalUr, Nortbarn offiolalt hava : an antomoblla tour ol the (ito agricultural and other with a view tn I cstanaion. Mr. Hill at varioua poinU aakl much to cneonrage the » «I Ue ttate in the hope that we ; eve of radical chan get In matters, and that the of the state will not'much rbeatified by exorbitant and diat freight rates..- This conclut warranted by any thing said ,would., show a penitent aUte of l of any member of the Hiimmilr, by what hole reported l a boat other roadt, eapecial»JMlwaukee, building to the coaat, the more algnffloent factithat I family are^ettiag.buay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 November 1905

■ MM W Mi 1 SweewaloU, SjjdstiCo, l&rugytsts. hatte moved to our new Store and are now prepared to show our Stock, iihhaae a complete stock ofTfew fresh GOODS. •Mptiou tgj Mi ksipis v Sptltp. ?y the time we take measure and have suit made, you be tired! of those Summer- Clothes ► ira tomorrow see tlie new styles doth we aafe show- l My (eosed I«iW. E. 5. BRYANT. Columbia Falls, Mont. M11 Will). TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Mr*. 8*r»h L. Abbott and daughter, Leslie, visited at Kaliapell Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Ebberly, ol Whitoflsli are visitors in town among frisnda. I>r. J. A. TiHett was over from Whitefish between train* Saturday morning. Get your milk /rom the Columbia Dairy and save the trouble and leed of a cow this winter. Mrs. Richard Brown departed Friday lor Spokane, where she will visit for some time witR her daughters. Remember the turkey shoot at Columbia Falls on Thanksgiving day, and being your rifle and shotgun. W. O. Hutchinson is busily engaged th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 November 1905

- V •T-'rrr irSick? > bad I We bad nolt waa looking pretty d faded of late, but fdid not like to speak the way, Ayer’s is a regular hair »wer, a perfect hair reft keeps the scalp and healthy. 'WM~ ftS-# O CBHBY PECTTWAL. A BIG«FIRE LOSS OF HOOOaOOO ENTAILED AT 68ADF0KD, PA. Spectacular Blaze of 180,000 Gallop at Overholt Dlatlllery—Town Saved ( by Direction of Wind—Blue Tinged Flamee Shoot 100 Feet Into the Alr | —Plant Owned by Frick & Mellon*. HEAD/ THROAT LUNGSI MING ATTRACTIONS AT THE SPOKANE THEATER. Nov. 24-J&—ArUona. Kor. 26—Peck's Bad Boy. Nor. 2MS—Tboroughbroda. Out of tows patron* can have seat* ed for any of the above perby writing or telegraphing Joa. Petrich, manager of Spokane thewho will give Such orders his attention. Prices range from 26 cents to *1.60. O. B. Williams Sash and Door Bargains CroM Panel Doon. the world'a heel Doon for oil finiah. ■ j-« thick per door $1.30 Crow Panel Doon for painting. I 1-8 thick —per door i.oo Crow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 December 1905

mrn (Amnimn Slattc CoplM lie. Subscription Price J2^» per Yt«r. COLOMBIA PALLS. M(X3fTANA. DECEMBER* a 1905. VOL.m. NEKSOFIHEWORU) r TELEGIAPfl HEMS F80M OF THE GL8BL 1—~ - •vl«w of Happening* In Both Weatorn Hamlaphere* Week—National, Hittorical, Politloal and Paraonal was vlaJted Saturday by wlndatorma of was done to trees down- one the y of 62 i town. Sir Arthur Nicholson, the British ambassador at Madrid, is to succeed Sir Charles Hardlnge as ambassador of Great Britain to Bussla. General B. J. VUJoen la negotiating tor land near *! Paso, Tex, on which to found another colony tor the Boers, .who recenOy abandoned their homed In Cblhaubnu, Me Secretary Hoot has Informed the Japanese government that he will hereafter conduct affairs relating to Korea through the Japanese legation at Washington. ' Mrs. Francis Burton Harrison, wife at the lawyer and congressman who was recently a candidate for lieutenant governor of New York, was killed at an automobile accident at Long Island City...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 December 1905

tbe.UUuclAof th« IwdirB d.i! •late upon tlie «iue«tion of I C'ommiMion with power to fi: nrited br tho pr»»ident. , ' Xb Hi? of tho elate, t<^o manr of iU people are . patrons ol "pereonal orcaBS" like the Miner, and others, like ■A ami Inter-Mountain, »ned or anbaided by the Bland•rd Oil crowd. Intelligent men, orer the age ol2I wears, don’t need to be told that pluto-. ••racy, aa represented by Senator Clark and other railroad and trust magnates, 'hare no politics, except to favor such policies as will be favorable to them in . acquiring the wealth ol the country. , To this end tbeir combined energies are bent and the beet talent that can be hired for money Is engaged in their service. It is somewhat amosing to read the lately reformed Kecord in its denunciation of Clark and hia paper. The Kacord’a attitnda on this question is 1 unequivocal and ia correct. The iunnr part is that it seems to think that Clark and others of hfs clasa abonld join the great majority of tha ....

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