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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

isr-c-i.-iiitA ?tfi-twvss" JJjBtTt!!lPx3JA.''J Jt.-;fffiTTV:1'ifhiaamiliBI!yMry -' wwaw.jyy -- wyMifwrpw -, jiwm mwiMte.m t - giSHg A."M-1 4nUti I' I, I jjsa&pm Published Every Thursday by . The Herald Publishing Company. 1 A. Piehsok. l'r'H. I.mjyo (!. TiiouAr, Sec. John W, TnoMAB. Mr. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J, B. KNIEST ..... Associate Editor Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the nails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1909. It looks now as though the water wagon will be the band wagon again this year In Alliance, Box Butte county is on the vcrgo of the greatest agricultural development in Its history. Real estate men-seem to realize this fact and are accordingly making ex tensive use of The Herald's advertising space and job printing department. Elsewhere in this issue of The Herald is a local in regard to a building to be erect ed by S. C. Reck for I. W. Herman. The lot on which this bu...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

HEfllNGFORD HERALD. Box Butte County School Department ORA E. PHILLIPS, COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT, EDITOR Sp ring IIEMINGFORD, BOX11UITE COUNTS, NEB., APRIL I, lOOQi 4. H.F v' jr .n"('',' &N vt j 'm l'"' , tS&S? . TJ. r ?' K-Jra 1 s tf KT & A'S The eighth grade examination papers for the examination taken week before last will not be examined by Saturday, March 27, and will probably not be mailed before the following Saturday, April 3rd. J. E. Andre closed a five months' term of school in the Hansen school district No. r,l last Tuesday. This is Mr. Andre's first term of school und it has certally been a success. We pre diet a bright future for him if he con tinues the work, which we hopo he will. He spent a few days In Alliance this week on business and meeting his friends whom he met while attending the Junior Normal at this place last summer. r Supt, Elliott of the Chadron public schools stopped in Alliance Sunday for a forenoon visit with friends. He was returning home fr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

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Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

i ' .TWfWI IIP I - 'J fj. r POTATOES We have a car of Red River Ohio Seed Potatoes that will arrive here about April first. give orders for what you want. The price will be right. Beal P If You are OF ANY Or THE rOLLOWING ITEMS: A Majestic Steel Range A first-class Hot Air Incubator A De Laval Cream Separator A new Model A Wind Mill A first-class job of Plumbing Any kind of Tinwork Call ori "3 1 Phone 93 They carry THE GOODS, LLIANCE ! GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL STArr Dr. Oeltwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey ' Open to All Reputable Physicians. Address all communications to THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL, Alliance, Nebraska. p Grand Restaurant 1 Plenty of tables Good, clean linen ? Meals served promptly We'serve Try our noon dinner, 25c i Meals that Satisfy tom tuck. Prop. vwff.vwiTOHawwwiBMm OFFICE WiBE5p55ffl Our prices range from $10 to $150. If you are in the market for a safe for any purpose, write or call on us. Our prices are very lpw when compared with Omaha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

j2ms9MMt!cx&e.z !S!SI!Ca!Si,S?e?:: ,-6.rti'3RffFW-'5r"- " JJ-t-:'""wwjyTi. - RaEafiKKwnttJTRWWW1 J. a McOORKLE, President ZEIEHIOIfcTTE 2B1 I. L. McOORKLE, Secretary Nebraska Land Company OFFICE OVER ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska '. r ( ; 1 Wonderful Opportunities for Investors TO ATTRACT THE ATTENTION OF INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERS, WE INTRODUCE AN ILLUSTRATIVE DIAGRAM OF WHAT WE CALL THE "TliGei of DFortvm.e. yet let no one associate our business with a game of chance, there is no gamble in our METHODS YOU TAKE NO CHACE AVITH US. WE DEAL IN DIRT BUT WE NEVER MADE OR SOUGHT TO MAKE A DIRTY DOLLAR. EVERY INVESTMENT IS A SURE WINNER NO PATRONS OF OURS EVER LOST OUT. Look at the- Wheel below. At No. 8 on the left is shown the average value for an investment. Our wheel, like Time, 'never turns backward; forward with constantly accelerated force and speed it goes, and $1600 grows to $2000 a clean up of $400. Take No. 11:' Your money is in the whirl; you i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

4-t4WLVANM Z&K WfcftfciliVi nt ,! vS J:L t , i v-: WOMAN DES n Mrs. Mary Farmer Gives Lifo for Murder of Neighbor. New York Slayer Leaves Sworn Statement Saying That Her Hus band, Who Also Faces Doom for Same Crime, Is Entirely Innocent. Murmuring a prayer, Mrs. Mary Farmer was quietly led to the elec trie chair In Auburn orison and exe cuted for the murder of Mrs. Sarah Brennan of Brownvllle last April. The execution of Mrs. Farmer the second Infliction of the death pen alty on a woman by electrocution tn this state was effected without sen sational Incident. Five women, two of whom were prison attendants, were witnesses. Father Hlokey, spiritual advisor of tho condemned woman, fol lowing the execution gave out a state ment signed by Mrs. Firmer, In which she declared that her hus band, James Farmer, who- la also un der sentence of denth for the same crime, was entirely Innocent and knew nothing of the crlmo until aft er It had been committed. Dr. John Gerln, the prhon physi ci...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

, .JK.- -w-m CHILDREN'S SHOES JUST RECEIVED A $2,000 shipment of the best shoes in the world for the little ones. Guaran teed durable and to wear well. Remember, when vou want SHOE REPAIRING we do the work promptly and satisfactorily The Alliance Cash Shoe Store Agricultural Exjierimmtatlin in Bex Butte County (Continued from first page) been confident that satisfactory re sults would reward those who would encage in practical, scientific agriculture.- Being so intensely interested and having such confidence, ho ar ranged with Prof. Hunt to spend six mouths here among the farmers this snrinc and summer, going from farm to farm five days in each week, and on Saturdays meeting them in Alliance for consultation and the discussion of timely subjects. Ho will have his headquarters at the Commercial Club rooms. It is due Mr. Newberry to say that the expense of the enterprise is borne by him individually. To iucur such a heavy expense without any di rect remuneration is certainly a mark of...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

tut hi mHBituiViiMtmmt ' thm'' Btato lllslorloal Soototy A in" The Alliance Herald. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Publication of the City and County. VOLUME XVI. ALLIANCE BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1909 NUMBER 17 , iPMUuMltuUMIfS-i i K ! 'W '4 Br u K. Alliance Goes Wet- Harris is Mayor 1st ward: For mayor, Harris 197, Hampton 201. Clerk, Irish 217, Pierson 171 Treasurer, Copsey 169, Brennan 236- Councilman, Holsten 197, Rowan 189- Police Judge, Fielding 81, Ridgell 145,1nrn 160. Engineer, Hamblin JQJ. 2d ward: Mayor, Harris 192, Hampton 102. Clerk, Irish 183, Pierson 96. Treas., Copsey 153, Brennan 132. Council, James 192, Tillett 90. Police Judge, Fielding 54, Ridgell 67, Zurn 158. Engineer, Hamblin 208. The Rain In money matters as well as in weather matters the Rainy Day 'Period comes. A wise provision against that time and the discomforts attending is a substantial account in some strong, reliable bank. ' We are not offeri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

1 1 Jn--Wtt"Wt.ll I'M l IXH.HJIIII " ' '"!f-ii."'i.lLu,B ' ilBffT' 7YS WEEK! AH Next Week THE Huf f er & Huff er Those most pleasing and fun provoking comedians IN TWO NEW PROGRAMS Ask what the people say about them Whel tons Singing, Talking, Ac robatic Novelty Artists WATCH FOR OUR NEW SURPRISE Special Matinee SATURDAY Afternoon T h e CRYSTAL Phone 304- T h e ei t r e l s f u i ON TRIAL FOR LIFE Case Against Mrs. Harry Samp son Is Galled, 1JB6FIM IS ADMIRAL'S HEPHEW. Widow Must Face Jury In Lyons, N. Y., on Charge of Shooting Husband After Quarrel She Declares He Committed Suicide. "With tho execution ot Mrs. Mary Fnrmor Inst week fresh In the mind of every one, the case of Mrs. Georgia IS. Sampson, accused of shooting to death her husband, Harry Sampson, on Nov. 1, 1008, was called for trial at Lyons, N. Y., Monday. It Is expected that the procuring of a Jury to lienr the evidence fqr and against tho young woman will con sume much time. Almost every one In Wayne, county Is ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

fZ.kXlta3)kZ. UNDUE ACTIVITY IN POLITICO Civil Service Committee Finds Unde sirable Situation Exists. The report of the committee of the National civil Service Reform league to investigate the matter of po litical activity on the part of the fed eral ofnceholderB has been made pub lic. The committee sstematlcnlly gathered current press reports of al leged undue political activity and sift ing out the more serious accusations, through correspondence with the par ties involved, and by detailed Inquiry into the circumstances, sought to de termine the truth. The conclusions of the committee briefly stated, are that the charges to a great extent are sustained. A nota ble exception Is reported in the alle gations made during the last campaign to the effect that Mr. Roosevelt co erced certain federal officeholders In to the support of Mr. Taft for the Re publican nomination. With his per mission the lists of the president's ap pointments for a considerable period prior to the national conv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

SUS," TJtfti .iL.iiaaasisgawIIEiFiEilS S''JS'f'1 "'' KiWV MliU 9WrmitlMthQmmtM ! i I I UAnRfflD ejf-r sskjbtt .-r r t- - Pubtlitied I3Tery Thursday by Th KeraM Publishing Company. F, A. I'ikhnon. I'ri . Uwra P, Thomas, Hoc. John V. Thomas. Mgr. JOHN V. THOMAS Kdllor J, B. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at tho postofllce at Alliance, Nebraska, (or transmission through the malU, ai second-cUss mntler, Subscription, li.jo per year in advance. THURSDAY, AI'IUL 8, 1009. Mm APRIL. Jo K!6NltutlwHmniinnMr 819IZ02IZ2Z324 8"9"1 I1J4IS1617 2829130 Lot's nil got together ami statu! for Alliance up Will tlio editors of papora hi neigh boring towiiR that have been slaudoriug Alliance kindly take It back? Says tho Gordon Journal; Tally ono for Governor Shallenberger. Ho placed his veto on tho Gates bill which pro vlded for permission of saloons at Fort Crook. Lnat week The Herald said It looked like tho water wagon would again bo tho band wagon In Alliance, but wo can't sometimes most always tell...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

tiiiitAiiipitlii,irfrt7BBS!iB!iri. H ff ? & f i r is ill W J u v 4 v i W, - 4, . " vr Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO 416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381 DR, O. L. WEBER DISEASES OF Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Refraction DR. G. W. MITCHELL, Physician ano Surgeon Day and nlghtcrlli Office over Uoguo Store. Phone ISO. H. A. COPSEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Phono 300 Calls answered promptly day and night from ollllce. Olllces: Alllunco National llank Untitling over the Post OIIlco. DRTcfiASrErSLAQL with DR. BELLWOOD ' Special Attention Paid to Eye Work GEO. J. HAND, 11 0.MEOPAT111C PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Formerly Interne Homeopathic IIos pftiil University of Iowa. ome bourse Modern Agriculture VIIL Corn Growing By C. V. GREGORY, Agricultural TH-OUlon. lotoa Siale Collect Copyright. 1DO0, by American Press Association S Phone 51. Office over Alliance Shoe Store Residence Phone 231. DR. C. H. CHURCHILL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON (Successor to Dr. J. E. Moore) OFFICE IN FLETCHER BL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

SXS!?!!! i,-?-fcST-V - tsMmmmm'-. m. wwSa0KWMWB3S8arr " - &?-2sm .- . &Z -" y"XP-" Z2J!im& X ssscasaaaBa9' !I Pi 1 n i! M i i J n Easter Shoes and in all styles and prices. Tans in the latest shades. Call and see the stock Remembe, when vou want SHOE REPAIRING we do the work promptly and satisfactorily The Alliance Cash Shoe Store Box Butte County in i j --- ---- ORA E. IMIILLIPS, COUNTY School Legislation. Tito following bills which have to do with our public schools have passed the legislature, been sigued by the govern or and arc now laws: Truant Officers' Duties I'bnav ties tor Violation H R. 47, by Young, of Madison. Section 2 of the compulsory education law is amended so as to provide an effective means for its enforcement in metropolitan and city districts. The law is greatly strengthened and now contains a clear ly stated, legal penalty for any viola tion of the act. Duties ok the Moderator H. R. 73, by Taylor, ot Custer, gives the moderator of a school district ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

SflWttMri9l m, K -im $ ;. m tot" fi V Spring Sale AT H. L. Bushnell's Store Has Commenced We have the Goods, Prices are Right and our Customers are Pleased irJJJyJJJJ wWNaA1- M. HUTTON Bargains in Real Estate INSURANCE WRITTEN We now have a $2,500 Clothing Stock which we can exchange for land HEfllNGFORD, NEBR. ANTON UHRIO Dealer in Hardware, Saddlery and Implements c Just getting in two cars of ail the latest J improved John Deere Implements HEMINGFORD, NEBR. Vk'''' N. FROHNAPFEL Hemingford, Nebraska Livery JtiMJLi Funerals and ?eed4k4iMEM tended Jllwo i AnTMHHara HaarcP in connection rWV'w Imported and Home-Bred Stallion FOR SALE vHSMEHsIHHBBPB We Have Two-year-old Colts Weighing Over 1800 Pounds Call and Inspect Them Headquarters at PALACE LIVERY BARN SMITH dc WILSON, Props ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Palace Livery Barn' H. T. COTJRSKY, Prop. (Successor to C. C. Smith) ONE itl OK west or Good turnouts, strict attention to bur business, tub Si .HiNDKN and courteous treatment to all has won...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1909

Srft. " i K-" Yr , -astizr-- "2&: Li,''iic iJ6u.riix,cr .ws. MSiriaiOW'iffNriWiuwi wwwH'Iflp " : gariw wt' w w'iwf -wm - r II Our Lincoln Letter lines it may bo said that tlio Slocumb law as it now stands has not been changed in any respect, Strong cfTorlB were tnado by the brewery interests to amend this law, and thereby open up the gates for a more liberal construc tion, but these efforts were nipped in the bud. Every measure that had that purpose in view has met with instant death. It lias been the sen6o of tills legislature that the liquor question was not an issue in the campaign last fall except locally, and that there was no mandate from the people to change existing laws and in consequence no radical laws upon this question have been placed upon the statuto books. It must not be forgotten that the new oil law is of vast importance to the people of this state- It reduces the rate on Kansas oil and it will now be possible to get this oil here for fuel purposes. It changes ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

U'f Stitto Ulplorl'itl Society Alliance Herald. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Ifublication of the City and County. '&! VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909 NUM u "ii fioPitinwrtPi5,j I HP 1 n. 1 rjh 18 i - I) I Thje Rain Continues In money matters as well as in weather matters the Rainy Day Period comes. A wise provision against that time and the discomforts attending is a substantial account in some strong, reliable bank We are not offering you Big Returns on Small Investments,' BUT AN ABSOLUTE LY SAFE DEPOSITORY FOR YOUR FIENDS AND INTEREST ON SAME AT A RATE CONSISTENT WITH SOUND PROFITABLE BAN KING. Our successful experience oi nearly a score of years enables us to claim the titlcof banking experts, and we cordi ally invite your account on' our merits. The First National Bank of Alliance. FINE BUSINESS BLOCK DESTROYED BY FIRE ULji MSB?!' .A&fw . . . JL 1 M. KNIGHT. President. V. II. CORUIN, Vice Pr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

fcWIWWlffllHIWWJWi I am IIUWIpiMmw iiijwin! 1 1 ' rmmmv9mmmm mmmrn '"naraiawii ui nnunuw IT T TAR1 FF IN S ENATE Amended Payne Bill Is Placed oi Galendart DLL CHANGES. NOT YET MADE -- Hosiery and GloveA Restored to Rates Provided for la (Present Law- Reve nue Producing Features of Measure Are but Little Changed. Tjir'riTritt bill 1b now on the Bcnato '-"tfilendnr nnd by an agreement reached an thu floor, consldcratlun of the meas uro will begin this week. Tho bill was laid boforo tho flnanco commit tee. with tho Democratic members present, and after thirty minutes' par leylng a vote was taken on the ques tion of making Immediate report to tho senate, all of the Republicans vot ing In tho nfllnnntlvo ana tho Demo crats In the negative Boon after tho senate mot Senator Aldrlch presented tho amended lilll. Senator Dnnlol, on bchnlf of the minority, protested that tho Democrats hnd not been given an opportunity to examines tho mensuru, and Aldrlch replied that they could mnko their exam...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

H f. l r V r JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER BIG CAR OF R-UR-N ITU-RE Direct from Factories at a Big Saving, both in Purchase Price and Freight. The jobber's profit is eliminated the freight charges are reduced to the minimum by shipping in the largest car made. You share in all this if you come to us for needs in Furniture. BEGIN .TO THINK of what will bo needed to brighten your home at housecleaning time, and make your selection early before assortment is broken. G oods are now on display and we are showing some nobby new things. Don't overlook our other lines of goodsRugs, Linoleums, Carpets and Dra peries in particular. These goods are also purchased direct from the manufacturersbought at the lowest prices for quantity lots. Our stock of goods. never was so large as at present we are better equipped to supply householders ' ot Alliance than ever before. Everything to furnish your home. Two stores Geo. D. Dorling h o u sTb furnisher jlMMmnH k m , .... . . . , i A beautiful present FOR READ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

PM 1 W UMIW '' WWWWHWU lHIUI WHUl ! "I ?, ! s J" I 1 , I" ' i j il. "4 111 J! H J . 5 -;.!! ."AihSL''" Ww J Pub1in4 ftyery Thursday byl I i " " WiWWWJ jr. A.Msnor; pr . t.unrn ; t hohaj TOHN W, rnOMAS. Mjtp ' ; JOHlrtV, f tlQMA$ !.BKMESr Associate lit Etred at tMVnctttottca it Alllit Kfers)m, for trsaiwatsslo throughl Mfls, M eCOfid-ClM IWAttof. a s-yjr. ., :, ,,', , v'.'itj, ,r', v ',, r I,.:, tafrtcrlptfow, f x.sc-jjjr year In advat ,.T TT.' ,', ' , , ?fKilRSt)AY, APRIL 15. 1909. StiH Mtif v. Th regular monthly melir of til Alllac Commercial Club was h Mowky evening, a fair attendance lag present, l, A. iaaH, who wii 'elected president at the annual iheeil-p ast month, occupied th chair-. H made a abort inaugural address ,wbteh,he''Btated that bis policy wou be ust wbat th members wanted it I oe; in otuer woras, mat no is at tm service of the club. TIw cbair announced tbo abpoln iment of the executive committee for the enauinc year as follows: On Merri T.ftp Trade, F. JE. Reddish ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

I) MARSLAND. I'ollovvlntr correspondence wns re V ! I I WE LEAD IN MILLINERY others follow, both in style and prices " . .' " As advertised before Easter our 2S Discount Sale still continues cetroil lastl'thlny morning, too late for I lust week's paper: REGAN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Phoenix Like, We have "Risen from the Ashes" TH E CRYSTAL THEATRE Opens Again To-night Thursday, April 15, and continuing this week, At PHELAN OPERA HOUSE Despite Our Recent Misfortune, We will Again Open To-night (Thursday) in, a Complete Moving- Picture and Vaudeville Entertainment. The Whettens In a Dutch Com edy Acrobatic Act AND 3000 feet of Motion Pictures Everything NEW. We trust we will merit your patronage as we have in the past by giving you the same class of interesting pictures and performances. WW Remember, at the Opera House to-night 7:30 Wk 10C CTS. 10 CTS. 10 CTS. Tom Houk lint) u large crowd to Ills (In nee Fililuy Inst. I Karmcia nro alt busy discing' in grain I and doin j? their spring's wor...

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