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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. BOYS 9 DAY $4.98 $3.98 $2.48 For choice of a big: line of Children's and Boys Knee Pants Suits includes Vestee Suits, sizes 4 to 7, and School and Dress Suits, sizes 7 to 16. Former prices, $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00. For Boys' double-breasted Knee Pants Suits, that sold at $5.00. For Boys' double-breasted Knee Pants Suits sizes 7 to 15, that were $3.50 and $4.00. When Clothing C 30 to 40 N. Pennsylvania Street. I 'SPRING GINGHAMS' "Toile du Nord" "Amoskeag A. F. C." "Parkhill Zephyrs" "Normandie" and "Amoskeag" Fancys 50 CASES POPULAR-PRICED Many new and novel color combinations. Plain and Fancy Cham brays, silk-shot effects. A very large and complete line, from 4c to 40c. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers, Jot3f3oxs9 Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (EXCLUSIVELY BOND VB OPPER '$8,000 U. S. Gov't, 1907, rcg 4s $9,732 Scott County, Ind 4s $21,718 Knox County, Ind 6s $13,500 Jackson County, In (J 4s Prices and particulars upon appli...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 January 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. raec ompa uccessful Life Insurance Company for Its Age Ever Organized. Life 11 The Most S 1 Certificate of the STATE OF INDIANA, OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. Insurance Department. I, W. II. Hart, auditor of State of the State of Indiana, do hereby certify that the State Life Insurance Company, with its principal office at Indianapolis, Indiana, has fully complied with the provisions of an act of the General Assemby of the State of Indiana, entitled "An set for the incorporation of life, insurance companies on either the stock or mutual plan, defining" their powers and prescribing1 their duties and the duties of certain officers in connection therewith, pro viding" penalties for the violation this act, and declaring an emerg ency," approved Feb. 10, 1899, and is duly incorporated under said act. I further certify that this department has caused to be made a val uation of the policies issued by said company and remaining in force ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUKNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. SS SASSAU STREET, SEW TORIC Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities II AR VET ZDWAED TISX CKOBG TL, BOEINSON. Member Kiw York Stock ExcUsr. X UUY AX e-iiirwi Indiana Insurance Stock, Indianapolis Insurance Stock, Vernon Insurance and Trust Stock, All Local Stocks and Bonds, New York and Chicago Stocks. NEWTON TODD, 7 Ingalls Block. ' S. A. FLETCHER& CO.'S Sofo Deroit Vault 30 East Washington Street Absolut safety against flr and burglar. Fo Ilceman dar and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Bonds, Wills, Deeds. Ab stracts, Silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks, Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Rent 5 to 845 per year. ' JOHN S. TAHKI(;TON.........Manager. STRENGTH IN LAST HOUR DEVELOPED BY THE STOCK MA II . KET IX WALL STREET. Baying Ordcra for Investment Pur poses Were Much In Evidence Local Trading Still la Slow. At New York yesterday money on call was steady at 3Ci2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 January 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. Buying Stockings There's a price that it is not safe to go below; then there's another, not many cents higher, that gives the limit of comfort and wear. Those prices are not arbitrary, but we believe that 25c and 75c are close to right. Below 25c, quality is apt to be sacrificed for cheapness: beyond 75c, elegance is only added to excellence. We make specialties of Hosiery for women, men and children at these quality encompassing prices: 25c, 35c, 39c, 50c, 65c and 75c. Plain cotton, fleeced cotton, wool, part wool and lisle. Most for the money. L. S.AYRES&CO. Manufacturer of Grillet and Fret Work. "MARKED COPY" YOUHAVECERTAINLYBEFOR ETHIS1SOT ICEDTH ATOURADV ERTISEMENTSÄR EOFANATU RETOATTRACTYOU RATTENTI ONNOTONLYFR OMTH EIRMAN NERBUTALSOFR OMTHEACKN OWLEDGEDFACTTHATOURST OREISTHEBE STPLACETOBUY ALLKIN DSOFG 00 DSINOU RLI NEATR EA SON A BLEPR ICESW ETIIERE FORE ASKTHECONTIN UEDFAV OROFYOUREST EEME DPATRONAGE. Albert Gall -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

r SUNDAY JOURNAL. Part One Pages 1 to 8 wex:klt i:sTAnM.irEn a JVOT T M DAILY LSTAUMSIIKD 1W. I JJ. Xj J, INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. (MEAT BAT ATTA HTA British Fighting Every Foot of Their Way Towards Beleaguered Ladysmith. General Clery, Has a Thirteen-Hour Engagement With the Boers, and Succeeds in Advancing His Force About Three Miles. RAKES THE HILLS WITH SHELLS Captures Ridge After Ridge and Camps at Night on the Enemy's Former Position. Main Stronghold of the Boers Still in Front and Further Desperate Fighting is Expected British Casualties Not Heavy. LONDON, Jaa. 21. The War Office shortly after midnight posted the following- dispatch from Gene ral Duller, dated Spearman's camp, Jan. 20, evening: 'General Clerj, with a part of General Warren's force, has been in action, rom 6 o'clock this morn ing: until this evening. By a ju dicious use of his artillery he has fought his way up, capturing ridge after ridge, for about three...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUAIIY 21, 1900. a cortincation of the postal laws; by Mr. Larelv of Virginia, fixing the number of army chaplains, one for each regiment. . The State Department has been notlüed that the State of Washington proposes to examine into the allegation that officers of that State were responsible for the kld capin of an American named Everett, and if it Is borne out the men will be pun ished. The State has called for the report made to the department by the United States consul at Victoria as a basis for action. Thl report shows that Everett, who was chanted with stage robbery, was spirited across the line from Washington into British Columbia, where he was held by iltrs authorities, but that the blame lies upon the Washington officers instead of upon the British Columbian police, as was at first supposed. The man Is still under arrest, and his case is a subject of corre spondence between the State Department and the British government through the Erit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

3 n 3 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. MONEY" o WAY TO In considering the plan of this Company, a glance at Mexico of to-day wia aid the careful Investor to determine, not only the absolute safety of business opera tions in this land of rapid and radical transformation, but to realize as well, the ex treme desirability of Investments placed In a country making its lirst enormous strides along the way of national process and prosperity. . The former turbulent conditions of Mexico have given place to established tran quillity; the firm hand of President Diaz has quieted unrest, and shaped a peaceful destiny. The administrative forces have wisely prepared a broad Inviting way for an era of development and safe-guarding cery approach of enterprise. OUR PLAN makes it possible for any man or woman to secure an income for life, -by investing with us $150 per share each month for a period of thirty months, and $3.00 per share each month for the following ten months. There...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. WILL BE KEPT OUT MÖU3ION HOni:HTS OT TO nC GIYHX A SCAT JN COXttHKSS. I Twn Ilcporta from the Committee That Invt-Mtlvntrd the C'!inrj;ri Against the l'olj jtnnilat. FINDING OF THE MAJORITY it iu:co mm r:ns that the tttaii SCAT IIC DKCLAItCD VACANT, While the Minority Maintains nob. ertu Should lie Sworn In nnd Then Cxpelled an n Laivllreakrr. WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. The reports of the tpecial committee of Investigation In the ca?e ot Erigham II. Roberts, of Utah, were presented to the House to-day. The majority report, tinned by Chairman Tay ler and six of his associates. Is a volum inous document, and Is accompanied by a summary of the law. and fact It gives the details cf the hearings, the ample oppor tunities afforded to Mr. Roberts to present his case, his refusal to testify and the unanimous finding of facts heretofore pub lished. It proceeds: "The committee Is unanimous In Its be lief that Mr. Roberts ought not to remain a memb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. 5 IfSA Our Great Choice of the House Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats Still Goes THE See Windows. TWO BROTHERS LYNCHED GEORGE SIDLEE AND ED MEEKS - HANGED HI A KANSAS MOD. Latter Defied Ilia Executioners and Ordered Ills Companion to Die Game Jail Battered. FORT SCOTT, Kan.. Jan. 20. George Bllbee and Ed Meeks, half brothers, -who were convicted of murder early In the week, were lynched by a mob In the county Jail yard here to-night. At a late hour their bodies were dangling from two trees In the yard, the authorities having been so com pletely surprised that no effort has been made to remove the ghastly evidence of the mob's work. The two men, who came from Kansas City, had been convicted of murder in the first degree, they having killed a young German farmer named Leopold Edlinger, whoeo murder occurred near thi3 city in October last. The murderers disposed of Edlinger's pair of mules, one horse and a wagon in Missouri. Amo3 Phi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. joinxAis ni'si.NEss directoiiy. COAL Cobcrn Coal Co., Käst SI treet. Anth racite, cuke, hard ni oft coal. Phone 2443. DYEING EHILL & CO.. !" N. Illinois ft. ar.J 2:3 Ma. t. Tarty, tall and theatrical dresses cleaned eq'ial to new; a.o. dyeing and cleaning cents md ladles' garments tj expert dyers. FLO JUSTS BERTERMANN FLOHAL COMPANY. New No. 241 Haas ave.. r N. Jet. et. TeL 144. LAUNDRIES rNlON CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called tor. Virg. w. 'Phone 1205. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PL RS ELL. (Maatela. Fumsces). Z31 Maes, arc. SALE AND UVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trap. Buck beard. tc) 2a Circle. Tel. 1057. BliOW CASES WILLIAM WIEG EL. IH South ranniylvanU it. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCUARD, 6 N. Delawar t. Tel. I1L Lady AttenJant WALL PAPERS H. C STEVENS. New Stjl Wall rarr, Low prices. 30 2i. Senate ave. TtL 2 oa 2iS2. FL3EUAL DIRECTORS rLAVN'Zn & BUCHANAN ra North Illinois street. Ladj emtaliuer. tor ladles and childre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. 7 O MALI savings are of as much import ance as large ones, but the owners of mall sarings, as a rule, are not duly sen sible of that fact. The sum seems insig nificant. They look a t them absolutely, not relatively, failing to realize that rate of growth is what makes accumulations. The Indiana Trust Company Is formed for the purpose of advising as to all manner of investment and of directing and taking charge of affairs of every kind that have to do with the prudent ordering of business. It pays 3 PER CENT. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS OK 81 AND UPWARD INDIANA TRUST COMPANY OFFICES: INDIANA TRUST BUILDING Capital $1,000,000 Surplus $70,000 offichrsi J. P. FRENZEL. President. FREDERICK FA UN LEY, 1st Vice Pres. K. G. CORNELIUS. 2d Vice President. JOHN A. BUTLER. Secretary. on ..REAL ESTATE.. AT BEST INTEREST RATES "" NO DELAYS TERMS TO SUIT BORROWERS TBE MARION TRUST CO. . N. E. Cor. Monument Place and Market St jlEDErOSITS. S. A. .FLETCHE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,-' SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN state National Guard Association, will take place in rooms of the Commercial Club Tuesday evening, Jan. Z, at S o'clock. The entertainment will be in tho nature of a smoker and all members of both organi zations are informal'? invited to be pres ent. 000000--000 0-0-0-O000-0 0 0---00 0 picture Framing Tili: IlKPUILJCAN C'OIMV 1 OMM1T- tki-3 is hi:oh;amzi:d. aw ttc7EeberCa TUT Sale ! i am THEIR FRIENDS INDIGNANT. im Manufacturer cf (miles acd Fret Work. 1 ( V A LAiti on j-i IN... Monday's Bargain Sale 2 Lots New Axminster 1 lot fine Oriental patterns and color logs, large Rugs, 9 ft. by 12 ft.. MONDAY, ONLY $21X0. 1 lot floral patterns, rich and varied in Colorings, 27 in. by tJ3 in., MONDAY, ONLY $1.87. rySee the show windows come to the Rug floor come early. Albert Gall Carpet;, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington Street. ll&rdwocd Floors laid, flnlihed and rvflntihed. Harmony Is an attract...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

NDAY Part Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r JOURNA . . . Collarettes and Storm Collar Are to be sold for about half earlier prices. Forty-five of the season's most stunning styles that have been priced $15.00 to $95.00, will be on sale in the morning at from $8.75 to $55.00. With them we also offer fifteen $10.00 Brown Marten Muffs at $7.50 With furs even higher than a month ago, such a sale holds a peculiar interest. We'll expect you. The New Laces Place this-present showing of ours in the midst of a world col lection, and its beauty could scarcely be dimmed. For it is of the world and from the world's best. You've long- known this store for its always superb array of real laces ; you've appreciated its careful selections and rea sonable prices for the ma chine made. Expectations will be fully met in present importa tions. Russian, Renaissance and Arabian Ap- pliques promise a great degree of popu larity. Tolnt V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY: 21, 1900. tearcher after Stanley "went across the channel to Deresalaam. a distance of twenty miles, to the mainland. There he waited until Stanley was within a few miles of the town, when, securing a don key and a negro boy to drive, he rode out fix miles into the country where he met the weary traveler and his caravan. Then he wrote columns of stuff, and, I believe, later published book on 'How I Found Stanley In Central Africa These stories are rather amusing to one who has visited i the country, and learned the true history of the?e daring exploits of adventure in the wilds of Africa." QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Were Julius Caesar and Cleopatra mar- j ried? L. A. M. Not to each other. "Which Is the shortest day in the year, and has it a distinguishing name? F. P. II. Dec. 21. The period is known as the winter solstice. Is La Paz or Sucre the capital of Bo livia? Land Spring. Sucre, also called Chuquisaca, Is the capi tal La Paz is the la...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

rrenen Manuels in Taney and THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. sack TfaeCity'sOCIAL LIFE Events, Gayetles and Personal Activities oT the Week 23 Mrs. Burton IIarri?on, In Harper's Bazar. The American woman, who the world over Is amitted to. possess the charm of readiest sympathy in manner, the quickest Intelligence of apprehension, the best com bination of dignity and fearlessness in de meanor, ought surely to be the one to cre ate a twentieth-century salon. The ma terials are ready to her hand in our large communities, to which every nation con tributes a quota of its best intelligence and ripest culture. It would be an ideal con ception, that of bringing together as habitues of one's house, men and women Eurely as accomplished as any of those who graced the reunions of the beau monde of old France. Beside?, in these days, and among" us especially, it would not be peo ple's opinion and theories only that we might Invite to be associated thus. It would be their expe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

V 32 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. Telephone Call. Buslnrsi Office 2Z Editorial Rooms M TCR32S OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MA II rally en!y. me month I -7& Pall 7 onlr, three months 2-00 l ailr only. on year - w iaii.r, including Sunday, one year Bucday only, one year 2.C0 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally. pr wek. by carrier Is ct F-jnday. tingle ropy 5 ct atly aod Sunday, per week. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year JI M Itednred Unten to Onus. Fubscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscriptions to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls, Ind. rerwns andln the Journal through the malls In the United States should put on an eight-r paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: cn a twelve cr sixteen-pace papr a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All communications IntendeJ for publication In tbia paper mutt, tn order to reeeUr attention, be accompanied ty tn name and address ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS- JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. 13 THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT iro THY FKETi" A OU DCR OF THE 3IOST II Kill. By the IteT. Robert Collyer, Minister of the Church of the Menalnh, I'nl ; tarlan, New York City. "I fell upon my face and heard a voice of one that spake; and He said. Hon of man, stand upon Jhy feet, and I will speak to thce."-t;zkiel il, 1. He was by the river, the prophet says, when the heavens were opened and he saw visions of God. There was what we should can an electric storm, as one may guess, gweeping over the land, blended of the tor nado and swift lightnings, with a splendor In the heavens as of amber and crystal fire, sapphire and burnished brass, a noise like that of great waters, and the noise of an host, and the voice of the Almighty. He was overborne by the vision, as men brave otherwise are overborne by the elec tric storms on our Western prairies, and fell on his face, not alone for safety, but In abject fear. For God was in the tornado and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

.....i JHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. Ii iPlayers j parLp,re J The most casual reader of theatrical events In New York during the present sea ion can scarcely have failed to note the extraordinary ucce?s achieved by the famou3 English actors, Mr. and Mrs. Ken dal, in their new comedy, 'The Elder Miss Blossom." The sojourn of the Kendals In the American metropolis was only curtailed because engagements in other parts of the country demanded their attention. "Tho Elder Miss Blossom" was written by Ernest Hendrio and Metcalf "Wood, two prominent young British playwrights, the former of whom was especially fitted to arrange a play for the Kendals because of his having been a member of their com pany and thus familiar with the kind of characters they could best portray. Their success' was attested by the run of 150 nights which the comedy enjoyed at St. James's Theater, London. Upon this side the cities of New York. Boston and Phila delphia have reaffirmed the verdic...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1Ö00. lo rUELISIIED BY SPECIAL, ARRANGEMENT. Ur ANN in E. IIOLDSWORTIf. Author of "The Years Thai the Locust Hath Eaten, "Joanna Traill, Spinster, Kte. Copyright. by The war of Fawcett's death was one of those problems which a hurrying civili zation has no time to solve. The dark night, the steps slippery with Ice, Fawcett's im petuosity, made a netting obvious enough for the verdict of accidental death. Life concerned Itself with the latest murder; earth received Fawsett, and men forgot him. But his death had built a stronger bar rier between his wife and Mark than the one his life had raised. Rizpah could not fcrget that Fawsett had forbidden her friendship witJi Mark- She feared disloyal ty when, in these first days of widowhood, hr heart turned Instinctively to her old friend. She longed for his presence, and the longing kept her from seeking it. He knew of Fawcett's death, and he would come to her. But Mark was busy jn his studio, p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 January 1900

1(5 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. TRAVEL IN RURAL CHINA IT Ii ATT KM) EH WITH 31 A XV EN l'LEASAM KXFCHICNCES. ?orelKn fine Are Unrrelconie nt the Inn and Are Treated Iludely 3Iut Carrr Their Own Food. Correspondence of the Indianapolis Journal. PEKING. Nov. 20. The traveler in China who leaves the cities and penetrates the comparatively unfamiliar regions in the Interior cannot but be Impressed with the tireless, silent industry of the people. The Japane5e are also constantly at work, but they are far less mechanical and more vi vacious than their Chinese neighbors. They work, too, like the ant and the bee. which never seem to soil thir coats; the Chinese are like the stolid beetle that one sees in the road, covered with dust and trundling before It a ball of that substance which fertilizes the whole of China, from one end to the other, and of which ono never loses the sight or smell. At this season the crops have all been harvested and the fields baked, like ...

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