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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TiB(.E-A., X. A S. F. K. K. untKH V IIT Pasaeager. 1.-40 a.m. rasaengrr. .1 UM. Emigrant. ..1I-H a.. Krttftit Ju r k. rreignt J0 ij. uniyn nir. rasenger..3:10A.x. Pasae njrer. V r.w. Emigrant. .7:40 uu. 'rrUbt....J-'.-01r.M. Frricht ... ItttAK. J. McGIXMS, Agrnt. Dr. McCarly's old stand i being fi.ted op for a saloon. M. R. M. Wright mnd daughter have returned fiooi visit Eit. . Lloyd Shtbn'a lecture on Caste wai well attended, anJ is Light? spoken of. A ptotfice ha, been permanently estab lished t Adobe Wall', in the Pan Handle. Frank MtG.nnis retorted Monday morn ing from a few week visit to his old home in Michigan. ReT. A. S. Bunell, the M. E. minister, delivered an interesting discourw nt the Union ihurch, Sunday evening. Nicholas Hn'on prewntedus with a very large potato giown on hi' ulacd farm. It U as large a potato grown snjwhere. A large fix- of quail was seen two miles north the other day. These floe bird.1 will soon be numerous in these parts. Dr. McCart...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

?r jlarroMlnsr and Storing Apples. The rule with winter apples ou-lit al ways to he tricking by hacd no shaking; down. With low-Lcailed, properly trained trees hand-picking becomes uito as easy a matter as shaking off tho Imit and then gathering it from the ground. licforc tho harvest begins it is well to hare a suitable placo prepared in the orchard or near at hand lor the tempo rary storing of tho apples, unless theso are to bo assorted and packed as fast as gathered. Many of our leading pomol oglsts employ two sets of hands at timo of harvest, ono for picking tho apples and tho other for asortingand packing immediately in barrels. Others who hive fmit-houscs delir the packing un til the approach of cold w eathcr. Apples should bu assorted according to variety, iwj and ijnality, tnd packed so cloefy in cli-an barrels that they will not more during transportation. 1'ru'it destined for a long distance will arrive in belter order by being jacked lull. ecn to a'lL'lit jamming, than if...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

3" Horses oftfn suffer from irritation of the skin under the hair of the mane and tall. It may be due to ant of proper cleaning of the skin, or to some irritation of the blood caused by dry feed. The parts should be washed with warm water and soap, and then rubbed with alcohol, to which a fen- dropsof tincturo of cantharides are added. Give the horse soma scalded bran with salt in it for a few days. X I". Times. ... A sentimental fellow at Wrights town, Minn., wrote to a pirl that he would hang himself if she did not marry him. As he was a stranger, sho took his missive as an insulting' joke, and re plied angrily that he would please her greatly by choosing the tree vt Inch grew near the window of her room. When she looked out next morning there hung his lifeless body. , . Whoever learns to stand alone must learn to fall alone. Ax ex-Consul of Gmt Britain, sajs th, Brooklyn $, related that Mr. Cnarle Tonrnsend,Sedalla, Mo., was cured of rheu matism of the wont kind by St. Jacobs Oil...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Theriia atone near I'ownal, VL, where three counties and three States meet, Tit., Jlennacbmrtt, Veriooat and New York. A vbile ego man leased the apot and erected a three-comrred chanty containing a three corneredbar, with the store atita center, and began to dispense corn juice without a liceoae to the eoTereipu of the three Stale. When the Bar State conrtabls came in doe time with his handenfia and warrant, the culprit stepped into the Vermont corner, and Ttnmtinir In the interraiirJi: atone. deeJ him The eame happened with the Vermont officer. Then thorn constable connived to meet and Kite him together. While they were polling mil their warrant and handcufl toe Sew Yorker broke away from them and got oyer into the State of New York, where he was beyond the jurisdiction of both. Then the majesty of the law in three States was aroused, and then threexEcera moved upon the shanty at one and the fame time, and the defiant rum-seller wai now in hot water. He carri...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES. 0 SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., KOY. 3, 1881. NO. 285 THE ELECTION. The election for Conwy Officer occur next Tueedsy, snd the interest in tie fny it now tt it heighth. The content, however, is ooe-tideJ a reaction, an under-current, and a deeper and more intense interest is go ing on all the lime in favor of the Hinkle, Myton anJ Evans ticket. On election day theoppostion will confine their endeavors t ihe election of Sheriff and County Clerk. Thee offices seem to be the rock upon which they will strand. The people of Ford county are welt ac quainted with Messrs. Hinkle, Myton and Evan and the remainder of tbe ticket, and bo word of praise will commend them higher in the estimation of tbe people. There is no issue in the canva.- except opon the merita of the candidates. As all of tbe candidate! ate well known we bare noth ing to sjy practically. There is some clap trap indulged in, but these vsgue senseless stories abuut candidates are not breded by aeneible and t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

THE PODGE CITY TIMES. ftl'RMUIITItlV. J.OOT T.r,l JUisarr. NICHOLAS It. KLAIXH. KniTon. lillAVE KATE SHELLEY. Oh, tut tb night nil will and dark, and tho wind blew flm-cand blah! Oh, but the t'gbtulnf Bashed and fbot across tbe Inky skyl xVhil tbe hurt Ungthundercrackedand rolled, till down tbo black clouds amo, Anl.-artb sneinea nothing at ail to sight but water, wind and Came. which tried and doomed Major Andre Accession to the SpoopenJjke Family. in 1780, and In the fame Tear had com- mandof the troops in Virginia, and did "Well, well, well," said Mr. Spoop good work in mating matters nncom- endike, with a grin that involved his fortable for Benedict Arnold, who was I whole head, and n effort at a tip-toe "And Kate Mm Hey stands at bcr cottage door, an I beers iut Intn the nlvht rr?h',f Suoti'S:Klrtt DOUirt,,lle,,or, t'ons and military experiments for two i.jii .... -..- .. .. f tinned . Tnnnir ndippro nml .nnftqtntu in command of the Ilritish forces. Sub sequently 'he was attach...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCBlPIIOXt ttJOO pr Tar, la Adaare. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. - Editor. POPULAR rOETRY. There wns a younir Lnuls Me routrh. Who wanted a newspaper poujrb; Hut it wain c the kind That be lUcil. so be whined, "Don't iri o uie no more o tbat stouirh.1" There a cbap on the Marias des Cygnc, Vt bo courted a Ctrl somewhat irrygnc. the referred blm to dad. Who treated the lad In a way tbat was awfully myrnc A younff swell once saw fit to laugh At a jrray-halred old man with a siauga, Wbo &tod the younjr swell On hi ear for a spell, "Wblch wan"t so f unnr by baugh. And tbls same younir swell, with his laughter iot Into a scrape n t long augbtcr. He derided hi ma. When his bhr-ntcil pa Made blm wlsb tbat hencvcrh.nl chauirned er. Chicago Inter IKcaa. THE YEAR OF liRACE 20S1. A Fort-cant pf llotv Affaire Will Be Conducted 'Two Hundred Years Hence. A visit to the electrical exhibition in Paris will set unimaginative persons wondering what kind of a world this will be in ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. NOV. S. bUIlSCClITlOK: M 00 frijni. in advance. ft B KaVAINE.EdllorauidPiabiivlier. THE CATTLE BUSINESS A great number of ranches and berda in Weateru Nebraaka, Wjoining, Dakota and Jlontini, btte recently been ditpoaed of t alnioat fabuloue pricea. Enaliab capilalla' hire gone in there,and "joti con!d hardly aak e oouj;h lo male tbem even hraitate about baying. They nme out from ihe old coun trj to new to engage in the utile bcniniM; tbey arc loaded down with money, and tbere in no nonnae about them. They meant lo buy at once, and a tbeir idea of a ranch and berd fr boTe any dure tbit tie moat eotbuaiaatic Weatern cattle breeder ew er dreamed of, the latter aeked priore 'as they could hold their breath,' and then aold." The Engliabman look with perfxrt wonder on ranche that are thirty to fifty milis long and tweaty wide, and when they aee t.e herd roaming at will orer the Taat range, all they d.aire la to net be Id of them. The prlc i not...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIM TAI.t-A., K- oorsosasr. ool3,?V,'l?: w Puugnr 140 a.m. rmger.. 3:10 A.M. SiJSK::.ii.-m .. &r tM" rrtUht tfc r.. Er JEI-" Su am' Vrl!Tfal . A0 AOf. rrt-IKot.... 113 AM. " J. McCI.NMS. Agent. Tte biography wai left oat of the Globe this week. Vote for Hiokel-nd don't yoa forget ' il he will be elected. Vote for Myton and don't yoa forget it' he will le fleeted. Vote for Evns-and don't yoa forget it he will be elcCed. Don't yoa f oret it-Hinkel, Mj ton and Evans will be elected. Mr. J. Q Adams i crrjiog on fine restaurant ner the depot. F. a Zimmermanu baa gone on business to Topk end Kmw City. The sheep trade promises to be u good this month tl ny time this aeaeon. Whet political bird foaled bis nest it the hottl in Bpeareville last weeiu tv. TVv)e Houee has secured new help in the dmirg room nod chambcre. Chaa. Dickeraoa bis returned from the Eat, and will eogsge in business again. Tnoa. Labey sold 360 Iamb to Sir. Hers man, of Meide coaniy. and 50 eww tu J. H. Cr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

HOSE, KAKX'AXD GARDES. Choice hay, laid by upon etaffoldj direct! OTer'Blablcs, receives Irrepara lite damage. Such a practice it to be HtcourpEcv, since bay thus situatpcl absorbs tlie stench from the animals beneath, unless, perhaps, a tight 1'obr be proviJ'-iI between the (tables and the hay shore. Ico-Crcam Cake. Make pood .sponge cake, baV.0 half an inch thick in jelly pauit and Jet get cold. Whip a J lint of thick, sweet cream, until it o6ts like icecream, sweeten and flavor with vandlx. Itlanch aud chop a pound of almond, stir into the cream and spread tery thick between the cakes. The totato was. discuscd recently at ILc Central New York Farmers' Club. The fact? developed in the ex perience of farmers present were that though soil and sei3on umuestionably liavu much to do with the tlavorof po tatoes, the latu potatoes retain their favor overwinter and Into spring better than early sorts. Honey Cakes. Three and one half pounds of Hour, ono and one-half pounds of honey, tine h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

A Hatch Caused by Shoe. A 'fashionable 'shoemaker tells a prcttj little story that reads well even thou eh it may be a cunningly devised lie. His work is exclusively in ladies' foot-Wear, and to an inquisitive reporter he said : "Last year I made a pair of shoes for a lady who had as pretty feet as were ever fashioned. It was a pleasure for me to make the shoes, ana when they were finished I put them in the show-window in a very conspicuous place, where I could view them at my leisure. Pretty soon a nicely-dressed gentleman stopped and began viewing them very attentive ly. Presently he entered the store and inquired if .they were for sale. I told him no, that they were made for one of my customers. He looked surprised, and asked the lady's name. I would not give him this much satisfaction, but told him where she lived, however. I was considerably surprised to learn after ward that he was calling at the house, and more surprised still, when the lady, accompanied by the gentleman, cal...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 0?tr three hundred thousand dollars hire Ud mid out br Ibr banka in thu city, tb twa, for th wool, wheat od broom corn crops This, in coocty cf less than G.OOO population,!? a good abowlnc- Oar statistics, published ifaia week, ol ehrep and cattle, .hows an intimated raluation c( $200,000 which, in in rented in wool-growing and cattle. Say Ihtt oar lands and all other property ; worthless and Jet rch inhabitart ol thin county, has lully on o aterK, $90. in cat i lr, sbecp and crops ahead. Yet eastern land speculator rulean- that t.othing can b tiind iii Western Kansas. Lsrned Cbron fwcoj. Bcby Me Near the Olb Home. Tbe'lateat 8or and Chorus Iit Will.. L. Thomwon. Bmcc tbe death of President Garti'M the sen'iimnt expre-ed. io this beautiful nuns has become universal. Tbe melody i ry prety maA alfeedy tbe. piece baa bicuiue great fasoriie. We adsiee all lover of (xjpulsr uioic Io rttid 35 cents to the publisher and receire a copy by return mall. Published by W. L...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

DODGE CITY T SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., NOV. 10, 1881. 'NO. 286 VICTORY. AH M1 TC rOBGKI I. " THE PEOPLES' INDEPENDENT YiCKET WiEVrxw. E PLUEIBUS UNUM. The election Tuesday in marked by no unpleasant or unusual sceoes, icd pissed ofl quietly. The dsy m pleasantly warm and the soft balmy air imparted it mildness to thru eneaied in the balloting coofl CU A full vote was polled, about 625 voire being cast in the county. In Dodge wry, noun aide, 245 votes were polled- Myton, for Clerk, reeeited 91 majority; Sheriff Hinkel 79 majority; R. W.En, for Treaeur.r, 112mjoriiy;B.A. Jones, Re giater Deeds, 9 majority; Heady for Coroner, and H. B. VanVoorbia for Surveyor, running with the ticket. Dodce township, aou'h side, Lang- ton for cleik recti fed 6 majority, Sughroe foraherifllm-jjrity; Evans, treasurer, ,li m-joriti ; Jones, regi-ter of deed, 66 major ity; 151 To-ei were polled. In Spearetllle township, Sughrue received 24 major! tj! Lmgton 2 majority; Ersns 3 majority; Pe tillon, regi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

THEpODGE CITY TIMES. RCBSininlOXl JJ.OO r Tear, la loiaae. NICHOLAS B. ELAINE. - Editor. 77E E ABLY DAYS. Turn backward. Time faco rlifht-l'iout. And take mo back to lire's bright Ms jr. 1 know you ne'er reversed yoiir route .And only paused for Joshua. Hut ca. It seems by far too soon ror balrtumed irrar anil falling stjrht That fonlly turns toward life's forenoon, From out this "early candle-llbf tet mo but for a time cilst tlnoo mure a rooto. liirbl-beartcd. free: Caressed, ndvlscd and fondly kissed Ity ioednesas I used to be. Jt nljrln brtncslecp with visions pure. While rain-drops kiss the roof of old Tbe Dimple, old-tlmo water-cure r'or wearied limbs and cares untold. Ob. childhood's dars, bow brief ye seem Wben looking- Iwckward o'er tbe rears! How stranireiy like a pleasant dream l.acb recollected sceiio appears: lr hmjrt and triumph wltbmv kite, Then-iw-ball chary-el proudly led, And. fart her back, that bllsrul nlybt 1 wore my first new boots to bed 1 1 fain wout 1 hear th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

THE DODGE CITTTIltESJ m KCBSCmrTIUt: S.OO jwr Tw, U Acnarr. I ', . ' NICHOLAS . KLAIXE. - Editor CESTENRIAL ODE. The fnllowlns is the Centennial Ode. written liy l'a'.l II. Ilayno. which was sunjr at the re--tent Vorktowti (Va.) lentcnntal: I. Hark! bark! down tho century's long-rcach- ina slope. To tboo transports of triumph those rapt ures of hope.! The tolcea of main and of mountain com bined. In triad resonaneo borne on tho wings of tho wind: The bass of the drum and tho trumpet that thrills Through the multiplied echoes of Jubilant bills! And m irk! how tho years, meltlnsr upward like mist. Which the breath of some splendid enchant ment bus ki-s -d. Ittealon tbeicoan, reveal on tho shore. The pnnid raycant of conquost that Braced teem of t oro. Cnonc?. Who e Mndod forever In lovo as In fame. See! the standard which stolo from the starlight us tlatnp. And typo of all chit airy, jrlory, romance. The fair llliei, the luminous Miles of i ran c! it. Oh! stubborn the strife, ere tho ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. NOV. 10. IUBSCKITT10X: MOO per year, In advance. . KLAINE. Editor Bad PablUher. The voice of the lite Corami-ioner Dae ! (gain heard, declaring that eorghum U(ir ! a toccrsa. A pretidenlial order wa iwued directing the peciion agency at St. Louie to be remov ed the firit of January to Topeka, Kv. Ome of the firat reqaititiona received from a newly appointed railroad elation agent : "Seed me one jallon of red oil for the dan ger lanterni." The emigrant train! on tee A. T. A 8. F. road, known u the "Irish Mail" in New Mexico, i called lhe,"IIon Kon; ETprew" through Kansa. An Indian Territory epecial - a Serj debate wai progiewini- in the Cherokee Council over the bill to permit railroad to pa tbroujh the tribe'e land. The bill will probably paw. A prominent trearurj eScial tbinla our national debt maj lie totally wiped ont in ten j eara, provided the lax on whitky acd to bacco can be kept at its present rate. There ought to be no trouble abo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Wboisfltpiing? "Done jou forgetit." Bring out the bind wizon. Col. Mclotire, Cul. Worth nd Mr. Frost ars dieconeola'e. Talk is cheap, but m good example ccsta eometb a. Go when thoa will lb; bills will surely 6od tbee oat. Complimrn's sre olttn nothing mora than giludgrd faWhood. Company E. 4lt Calvry, U on the way to Fort Da.'ge, from Fi. Elliott. Tbe man who InU certain that he will not succeed is selnYm mi aim. He who U aLanied of hi poverty will aril be arrogant of his wealth. The boys have ibe Und W'sgoa oat. It u said that Mr. Froat ia not in the band wagon. Tone Compiuie ot the 20th Infantry ar rived Moody, and aie low stationed at Furt D'ge. The President hai deii.nted Thursday, November 21, an a dy of national tLanks givirg and p'ayr. . Djn't be in tjo great a hurry to succeed. Wirk hard to deserve uccw, and fortune is sure Dot to forg' t yon. If your lile u unh itnyir.ing people wfl God itoutto:neror later. Kie fruit will fall lo ih gnfind without -halting the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

CarTinp. ,In carving fowls, aj the legs lire always- Dent inwarda :mJ tucVcJ intotlie Wlv before itin'j.nt on the table, the skewers by which they arc secured ou;;lit to be ronioved. 'i ho fouls should be laid on the carver's plate and the joints m they are cut off placed on the dish. In tislnj off the win;:, the joint only mutt be divided with the knife, for by liftjnr up the pinion of the wing with the; fork, and Uieu drawing it to ward the lc the musclci will separate In a much better form than ouc:m effoct by cutting with a knife. Next place tbo Knife he twee n the le and ibody and cut to the bone: turn the Icar hack with the fork and the ioint will pfve way if the fciwj boyoum; and welt lie is a martinet in aI things. His mind is made tip of pigeon-holes, in which his fact and idea) are filed and dock eted in regular alphabetical order. He is a red-tapist, even at heart. Ho keeps old letters, and lays them up. as ev ident;. His whole character becomes tixed and determined by hi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

The Shlrarcc. For many years it-has been the cus tom cherished among the dwellers upon the shores-of the Klckapod Creek in Pe oria County to "shivareo" a bridal pair. The exercises are conducted by the yeo manry of the district, who get partially drunk, and repair to the scene of nup tial festivity and serenade the newly wedded couple and wedding guests with voluptuous music pounded from sweet instruments of tin. The instrumental part of the programme is accompanied by vocalizations of an astonishing char acter, and interspersed with numerous profane and lewd remarks. These cheerful proceedings are continued un til the sercnaders receive a donation or its equivalent in whisky. Theunsophis. ticated Kickapooers and Limestoneans retard the "shivaree" with as much reverence as they do the marriage cere mony itself, and no bride raised on the shores of that erratic stream would en ter matrimony without being assured of its ooservance. ua weuncsuay nigni John Crawl led Miss Mary Khcif to ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 November 1881

THE DODGE OITY TIMES. Thj tell a good tlorj about one WjmaM, a diminotlTe drummer. HVatopptd one night at Demlae, N. SL, a latorite retort of ibe cowboje. "Madame," wld Abo to tbe landlady, "gilt Be tome dinner, and be quick about il. I ha?e not dined wore jeaterdaj." Tbe lady brought blm tome bean aoup. "Madame, take that aoup away. I never eat aoup. Bring on tbe rout right away." Tbe lady brought him a large plate of pork and bans. "Madame, take that away. I never eat thoae things." In rain the lady explained that pork and beans waa the best the house afforded. He vae obdurate, and wanted, roast teef, rare. A mild mannered, blue eyed cowboy, at the table theu clipped in: "Begem pardon, tranger, but yoo raust excus the lady. We-" "Who are you, tir?" rttorted the drum mer. "I know my business." 'You don't tell me?" raid thefwtiTe cow boy, drawing bis nary. ""Now, you eat iheuj bean. I'm goin' to set here an' Me you M. Light into 'em quick, or I'll open you sure, and put 'em in. This...

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