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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 February 1912

7 -. -- . j- j -----f -; r-s. i. ' -W t BSflRsJ 'v.' ',-f KW1 -l shm&' r t i " -' t . nVr '""t Is- . THE WINCHESTER NEWS. -H -T1-- THk 5 . Vi, y I s M ." n H r ft 51 JEWELEI -.. 1-1 CtriVABrKJ MMI CALL AND SEE IT CIETY ii ii i M. C. Club An enjoyable meeting of the M. C. Club was held with (Mrs. J. Smith Hays on AVcducsdny afternoon. Prof. S. Anderson, of the fac ulty of Kentucky AVcsIeyun College, made a pleasing and instructive talk on "Sanitary Dairies," and able :id diesjes were til-o made Jy Mr. Lu cien Beckner and Pi of. C. II. Diet rich. " 'Mis-s Pauline Peoples gave a charming piano solo, and Miss Mary Spencer sang- delightfully during the social hour. The hostess served a dainty luncheon after which the meeting adjourned until March 10. when the Club -will meet with 'Mrs. Clvde Gaines. "hit. Vernon" Tea. The members of Hart Chapter. -D. A. R., and Virginia Han on Chapter. U. 1). C enjoyed a delightful "ML Vernon tea" with Mrs. Chnilcs Nel son on Thursday afternoon. To e...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 February 1912

3 I r "it tt THE WINCHESTER NEWS 9- - Ar "USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE" HIGH ART SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO THE SAME AS TO A TRAIN. a; lVnn Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time "he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his .voice By having the service of the lu Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't onr service you should have. Call our manager for full information. ' IAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY HEP THE POOR Through tie courtesy of the man agers of the Auditorium Skating RinkJUES DAY, FEBRUARY 27 has been set aside as " Charity Day " and the proceeds of both afternoon and evening sessions are to be given to the Associated Charities. This is a worthy cause and the house should be packed at both performances. DON'T FORGET THE DATE m r A BUSINESS IS A LOCOMOTIVE perry I -.VAPOR TREATMENT For Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat and Bronchitis. Everybody knows that breathing IIYOMEI a few times a d...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 February 1912

3 Rain, tummf ta cfMrtMj a4 ckwdy ts fair 24 cafcfer. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK I I wiliZ.i; v mi - ' " ' :VLWIE7; M. 108., WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JEBRUARY 26, 1912. JJ- aw 5r' prOR CLARK COUNTY FAIR Fir, 9mm ef Hesaital in Winchester U Set at AofiHSt 6-10. Majerity ".After a conference with the prin cipal horsemen and stock (raisers of Jfce" -county, Monday, the committee of "doctors appointed to arrange for a fair to be given to erect a hospital for Winchester, the committee set the date for the fair as August 6-10. The majority- of doctors have sign edrthe guarantee pledges andpros pects are bright for the best fair in the history of Clark count v. GHAWLEY KNEW HOW TO SPUD SUNDAY Qias. Crockett, colored, knew how fo spend Sunday whether he was sell iflg liquor illegally or not, accord ing' to the police who raided lias lfome Sunday and found 50 bottles of. beer and 3 quarts of whiskey. Having been "tipped off' that Chawtey was selling whiskey illegal ly. Officers Str...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 February 1912

l V I I w i I.' h a K Mr B SS! e i i 3, i i - :9 i I i 1 5 IT it I I mm 1 t .III II HI .IBU UHt Reaiis as. 9 X llt-Hl Swrtii Itafe -Mr-jit, Dairy, Cxcept Simfry, 4- "Entered as second-class matter, November 28, 1908, it the posoffice - im Winchester, Kentucky, under the IKttirch.-3,1879.'' Beth Pfcenes'91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months ... 1.50 Oie-Jfontk ,. .25 r -T.pyaWe in Advance. miS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOkEIGII ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES .JfctEW. YORK AND CHICAGO f BRANCHES IN ALTrtJi PjMNCIPAL CITIES crand jury while ha is iu office. TKguTat tbfr-'cIoSr of Xte term Br! entered an order that the next giand jury take up these charges and in doing so made the fol!ownir cilticism dtjlie minority of the Feb ruui? giaiid jury: ' 'In the matter o fclie inve&tiation before the grand jury of the fraud?, ciimes and' corruption committed in Scott county in the State Democrat ic primary election held July J, 3911, the grand jury impanelled at the pres...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 February 1912

r fWi till bujfs a Good First- I t i m.,, t I rok ri aci? atfti I 1 ' IT '5 4- aF Tv --jr . ? : I paving decided to go. out qfthj m.estf . JFWFIFt a r i idtiiiiiu Irl I " i ' . -i,- .. iii, - . : B' -business we will Mns out .-vi-vf : '" - : OUR HEN lihF ' .'1 I "Washington" Par ty Oliss Anna S. "Nelson, bright little flanjiliter of air. and Mrs. Charles 35. Nelson, entertained a large num ber of her younpj friends with :t George Waj-Iiinjstonparty, on Sat urday in a chaniiins manner. The home was beautifully decor ated, in such a manner as to inspire a plow of patriotism in the minds of the young guests. Games', were played, one of the mot enjoyable being a guessing contest in which a prize was offered to the one v$io correelly estimated the number of cherries on an improvised cherry tree. - " Dainty little girls and manly yonhg lads moving swiftly from one diver sion to another, laughing merrily, with faces lightc'd by- enthusiasm. prcnted a seonc of fairy-like beau- ty. A most de...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 February 1912

. .r,- V it as? 1 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS Sfcf1 Pite Ftwr. 1 J 1 GRAND OPENING At the stroke of 8 o'ciock on next Wed- hesday and Thursday, February 28 and 29, the Winchester Cloak and Suit Co. at 61 South Main Street, in the Elks build ing, will give its Grand Opening of its SPRING SEASON NEW CREATIONS Consisting ot Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts Waists, Petticoats, and at prices tar be low any Cloak or Millinery Store has ever ottered in the city ot Winchester, Kentucky.. Flowers and Souvenirs will be given away during the GRAND OPENING. BE SURE TO VISIT OUR STORE 61 South Main Street Both Phones 364 ELKS BUILDING, WINCHESTER, KY. ROOSEVELT AfiREES TO Ml IF NOMINATED Colonel GivesOttt His Letter to Sev en Republican, Governors, Who Urged Him to Run. . New York, Feb. 26. "I will ac cept thc'ricmiualion Sov President if it is tendered me, and I will adhere to this decision "until the convention has expressed its preference," is Col. Theodora Roosevelt's reply to" the letter f fceven Re...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 February 1912

"4. 4. 1 tarwim to Mr T EDITIONi SHfMly VtLUM& 7: No. 110. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 27, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; I CENTS A WEEK t J f El G. BUSH'S .11 PROBATED Was in His Own Hand v WrWRff And Without Witnesses- Appraisers Aafsinted. 5 The will of the la.tic K. T. G. Bush, jjrj&ted Monday "in the County Cewrt, was in liis own handwriting and without witnesses. It was prov " to be his own handwriting by the Mtfcs of Tom Bush, Geo. 31. Hart, C. S Moffett and J. A. Boone, fle left one-half of his estate, real mad' personal, to his youngest daughter, Margaret French Bush, eae-fialf ' of the remainder to his son, , Tfeas Bell Bush, and the remain- to Waller Q. Bush and Hub Tay- ItfKBntA. t Ben W- Bush and -Margaret Bush wairea their right to administer and Cole S. .JfoAtt was appointed ad ministrator with R. W. Bowen and,C. fi.. Spencer on his bond. ,'W. R" Gordon1 Lucien Beckner and J4.W. "Chambers .were appointed to appraise the personal estate. FOR FEDERAL BUILDIN...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 February 1912

. "'V C i!7 a. A. T- THE WMME.STER KVI. noil ii I' ll it to K fr i 11! r v r 0. , 06 35TV VI THE WlHGBESTEJtHEWS IN-lll SMrth Maiii Street, tftoefeestir, Kantvcky. laity, Except Sunday. f?Eaterd as second-class matter, Kevember 28, 1908, at the poslofflce ja Winchester, Ken tacky, under the let of March 3, 1870." Both Phsnes 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mall. Dfuly, one year $3.00 Kx Months 1.50 Ose Month .23 "Payable in Advaace. MVCimSINt 1ATCS: Saw lim, amy ditioa . 9 .U lna ttea, withia ea wMk.. 9 Dfa'vaok, eeatisaovaly 1.08 Oa eaJesdar bo, eoatianoatly- 3.00 Wtm watfa, 4 timet a week 2.40 Vmt weeks, tare tia aa week. 1.80 FatH weeks, two tiawa a week. . 1.20 fear weeka. oae tin a week .75 aajMBtv aotices, aod type.. -7 c fa najinff. am he&diaa;. .'. 15c fbiM eatiuaons inseftpoaa of same fteaa at donhie the one-time rate. J ClafsIlBi Par Wtr Oa awerties, any aditioa lc fkrea psertions eoaluntoaBly .. 2c Baak taree additional insertions. o Oae calendar mo., continuously. .10o Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 February 1912

-1- 1 ii THE iW ECHO-TEE MEW. v is .1 1-5: 'i Jeweler g ii E.r,Air-Rwi optician CALL AIMD SEE IT y O C IETYlP Recital ' Pupils of Miss Anna "Chandler Golt will give a recital at her .studio in the home of Sirs. J. J. Porter, on South Maple, street, Friday after--110011, at y o'clock. Friends and patrons are cordially invited. ! Mr.. Rodney Haggard, a indent in the law department of State College, spent Sunday and 'Monday at honic. (Mrs.- Tom Brock is recuperating after an operation for tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. John Talbott, of North Midletown, are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. J. R. Xunnelley, who has been the firm of Grubbs & Denton for some time,Jias been compelled to re tire on account of ill. health. Mr. Xunnelley underwent an operation for appendicitis- some, time ago, and has not been .-trong' since. His many friends hope a rest -will contribute to liis rapid recuperation. Mr. Robert Uolliday, of this cily. and Miss Lizzie Campbell were quiet ly married last Thn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 February 1912

Iiv:P Ik: Si J,.. ' ' - . t iv, . (. . . - - - - - . . t mini no mm in K..-lMlliraiCDiTC ' 1 -I ?;t,r :' PflOLTW AND EGGS.! HASSVED COLUMN i -. rriirii iinimi i" huii.iii.oic iimiiii imu i. m i tin u i uiium 1 GENEROUS OFFER I I Winchester, Ky., Fcbv2G. o the Editor of Tlie .News: j There has4 been great agitation aBDDcerning the double tracking of the mu & railroad between Pans and lncfiester and the extension of the & N. from Winche.-ier to Irvine- four, I have always been for all in- Arnal improvement. I trill vote ow or anvtime for any improvement int will give one hundred men ten iys' work, or ten men one hundred ivs' -work. 'Twas Franklin, 1 ibe- L 8eve, who said: "If you want a thing fone, send; if ycu want it done right. JJbw I believe the extension of the t L. & N. to Irvine would mean much to Winchester and I will subscribe one -hundred dollars toward 'buying the right-of-way from Winchester to the line of Estill county. I am poor and needy, but I feel like doi...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 February 1912

. ..-. . , , -- - NEWS WEATHOI Fair and Cottar Tmrsaay LAST EDITION 1 VOLUME 7; Ms. III. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1912 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK f ""3 KTITTTTI WINCHESTER i'ill H. - m m M L i- MARKABLE MISS I0NARY Dr. Royal J. Dye Will Speak at The first Christian Church en Wed: .DrRoyal J. Dye, returned mission ary irom Bolcugc, Africa, will speak a t th e First Christian church Wed- Be.Sday night at 7:15 o'clock, and the house should be crowded. 4Dr Dye is a most remarkable man and his story of that dark continent is most interesting and thrilling. When he first went among these tribes of Africa, they were the worst fjpeof savages and cannibals; had ab'Written language and no religion , ana .were entirely, devoid of morals , ad. spirituality. Dr. Dye has now constructed for them a written lan gaage and has printed, in that lan guage, arithmetic, readers, spellerSj. add. other school books, and is fast ' gWrffJ to this benighted race an ed ucation and ins...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 February 1912

st" . - J a"' -3m.. 4 ' J iJIHEStE HEWS. .... j ' 1 1.1 I- I ' m K Si : i i i i i " . .8' I I m I 'Qfi J fc it r, rr:. Br. I I.. 1 ir JK WINCHESTER IPS lit-Ml Swtk Main .Street, Daily, Except Sunday. U Bfterea' as second-class matter, November 28, 1008, at the postoffice fai Winchester, Kentucky, under, lie 4JetofMarch3,1879.' Beth PJwnes 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: r ly MaJL Biay, one year $3.00 Six- Months 1.50 Om Month .25 - Payable in Advance. ' MVERTISIlSt tATES: Okg Um, aay aditioa ., t M LOO 3.00 Three Hmm, withia oaa week.. -Oiie'week. eoatiBBOBily Om ealradar Uo., eontrnnoaily foar weeks, 4 tinea a week. . . . 2:40 I Foar wccki, dim tint aa week. 1.80 fc-Hi waaka, two liattn a weak. . L20 , A total of 17o,000 pounds of to ReMllRfl, Ifetlet Per Um: ' haeco were sold at the iScobec lio!ir- roarwk.oi.etbawMk.... .75 "Tuesday afternoon at prices ranu eauac aotus, V)dj typa...7o from lo $3G- Most of tbc Par xaadinu, nfs headin... 15a t?ceo was of a lower grade than knn ewitiuaoua us...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 February 1912

to r t" 6 i ( t THC WTitCHESTEfT UttfSr - ifgTyn-yr -2j5C; 1 s a Good First- BUILDER'S HARDWAR Class Every Day Watch if- . . GRAND OPENING 1 mm m V 1 jeweler rr. u nrArriwi mm CALL AND SEE IX s O C I ETY 4 II II i Recital Set Jim; A recital is (o be given 5y the pu pils of iliss Anna Chandler GfI and Miss Bertha St. John Graves in the studio at the residen.ee of- Mr3. J. J. Porter, ok South Maple street. Friday afternoon at three o'clock. All friends and patrons are cor dially invited td'be present. The pro progam is to be as follows: . Proram Sclrultz Sllcpherd's Hymn Martha Frances and Kathryn Strode. Ducelle limiting Song Mildred Hodgkin Chadwick Merry-Go-Round Porter Porter 4 Krogniann Song of the Sea-Shell Benson Spencer Chadwick Sis TempyV Story Elinor Tomlinson " - OrtU Dolly's Dream Katheryn Strode Scymorc Smith Old KuglL-h Damud Eliza Goff Marietta Tayloi L.n.Iey Grand Worthy Matron to Visit Eastern Star. Mrs Clara Ilenrieh, " of Xewport, Grand Worthy Matrpn of the Ordi;r o...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 February 1912

. ,- 3.- -1 t. ' '4" " - ' v y PwFwr. , . - THE WINCHESTER NEWS ' ' . LAST WEEK OF SKATING I F-r it It ml Kink Closes Saturday WEDNESDAY NIGHT-Broom Ball, Auditorium Team vs. K. W. C. Preps. 51b box of qandy given to holder of lucky coupon. THURSDAY NIGHTMoonlight Skate and 1 mile championship race 'between Robt. Bean, Clarence Bloomfield and Albert Graves. Medal to winner. FRIDAY NIGHT-Broom Ball. Auditorium Team vs. K. W. C. Preps. 51b box of candy given to holder of lucky coupon. m . " ' - - I Afternoon 2 to 5, admission and skates 10c; Night 7 to 10, admission 10c, skates 15c. ip i 1 - W ENAMEL WARE SALE We wish to call your atten tion to the fact that this sale will only last TWO MORE DAYS Wednesday & Thursday -NOTE OUR Xhlpty-Xwo Cents 12-qt. Rpil Edge Dish Pan, worth 75c 32c Double. Roasters, regular 50c value 32c Handled Foot Tubs, worth 50c 32c Covered Berlin Kettles, with bail, worth 50c. 32c Preserving Kettles with wood handled bail, , worth 65c 32c These goods are no...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 29 February 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER Cloudy turning Aa .fair .Thursday Might' and Friday. Slightly Ctidcr Thursday Night. LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 1 12. fraternal" . brotherhood Holds Important Meeting, Followed by Delightful Luncheon of Fish And Coffee. Splendid Work. One of the best meetings the Fiatemal Biotherhood has ever had was held Wednesday night in the Fraternity building. Organizer J. W. Bartlett fulfilled his promise, having a class of candidate, in spite j the bad weather. Olr. Jesse Bartlett is one of the full pledged raieimu workers mm can ".-t tin. rs wIhjji others fail. ... . . . of the Fraternity building, fish and coffee were in abun- r. Rn S. Ttni-Hplt innfirril Mm assisted by Mr. Lewis Rujiard PIT- I 111 llpminrr nntlrt;- nt Tlin ladies prepared the lunch.. L. L. Hill, State Manager, of Lexington. ivas present. The Fraternal Brotherhood has a membership of fifty-three members here, and a class of candidates each meeting night will soon bring the number to one bundled. ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 29 February 1912

9Sf' mi lit it : if i. r :THE WIliCHESTEft'HEWg. WOE ALL MEN AND WOMEN P A E R S O N &, F I N N E l -L: I will give you free a sample of Dij. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, thzt have brought tt SHOES FOR A1L THE. FAMILY" . ' and Ii2ppiaess to thousands also a book on any crcnc disease you need. r The etory of. my free offer to you is quickly told. During my many years of pi FOR LADIES 7th Sister, the Very Latest Style. SEE THIS LINE OE MEN' SHOES - - I hr.72 used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. 1 hav,c kept record' We will guarantee to save you money if you will 2ive us a chance at your shoe business. of results in case after case, so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results. II am going to. send you free a sample package of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which. will relieve biliousness and ill health due to a disordered liver.'' Write at ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 29 February 1912

Hf: Tv 1 " THE WINCHESTER NEWS. ' ' " . PafcTHrrr. BB I Ap- aa W II : : - . . , 1 It ill 1 1 1 1 DnuW a ftMi r;t- il r : y ! i E. u- nil uuia a uuuu rnai- ii i ' " I i i I r- Class Every Day Watch JEWELER CH.BOWEN OPTICIAN CALL AND see: it i i 0 C IETY Jones Pigg. - Ii Corn d'itrg was married to Mr. Virgil Jones at' the parsonage by Ifev. IL C. Wriglu WctWsday af ternoon. Mr. Jonc is the son o'C Mi. Kli "Jones, and is a popular'aml highly eVteerued young man. ' -His bride h one of thev ldvelie-t young ladies in the comity. ' Congratulation are extended. " Mr. W. S. Duty, of Winchester, visited friends anL-relatives here recently. .Jit. Sterling Advocate. ,'Mr. Jeff Stewar.. of Winchester, spent Sunday and Monday with his sister, Mrs. If. I). V'.ames: Mt. Sterling Advocate. .Mr. and Mr.-. Jeff Hatliff have aroveil to -Shaip-lmrg. "to the regret o'f their many fiie.ids'iii tins city. Olii John Allen and family have liiovod to their cottage on I'nnis avenue, iccenlly occupied by Mr. :n...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 29 February 1912

-1 i A J. It : wweFwir. " fciWMWttg h ...i'-" ' , v - THE WINCHESTER WEW1- ' , Vf. J, .f , I at MR. FARMER Does the saving of a dollar appeal to you? Back IE SO DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF Horse Collars, Bands, Belly Bands, v Blind Bridles, ; Trace Chains. Breeching, and Hames. We have the most complete line in the city. Bought right, therefore can sell at the right price. See us and save money. r Grubbs & Benton , Cor. Main & Broadway Winchester, Ky s AGENTS FOR VULCAN PLOWS BODY BLOW GIVEN TO ROOSEVELT SUPPORTERS To Capture Any Material Portion of the 78 Delegates From Pennsylva nia to Republican Convention. ; "Washington. iFeb29. .What is be lieved to be a body at the effort ofij the supporters of Colonel Roosevelt . to capture any material portion of I ReliBhBefore thejsweet corn the 78 delegates from Pennsylvania ,s gone ,j0 not fall to- prepare corn MODERATE ejccess of food is orobably" harmless If not actually beneficial. It Is not safe to sail too near the wind In ...

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