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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

.lijTEaaaaaaa1rL : '-aimSC "' 'JaT'' m t aimgniiiiiiB'ji MARSHALL REPUBLICAN If ' m .1 Marsltll RepiMican J. J. WITT, KUtor and Prvpcritor, MARSHAIA MISSOUKL Crinoline mutt be comlni Into fast Ion actio, aa Vassar college-needs at, Bw buildings. nice may to declared a contraband of war. Well, let'a be ilad It l neither oeana nor prunes. 8chwab broke one of the banks at Monte Carlo the other day. They are probably drawing him on. The namo of tho Emperor of Korea la III 1J. For tho noil few months bit highness had better He low. Somebody at Port Arthur might tr be able to aet up a fine business In acrap Iron when tho trouble la over, "Panamans" la tho official v-ord, And ll ought not to b objected to by thoto who call tbonisclvcs "Amerl cana." The newa enmea from I-iindon that the Prlnco of Walea la not coming to the Bt. Ixiuls exposition. Sorry fur the prince. Tho Japancso ahell that dlsenvcrcc tbe Npwaky works at Tort Arthur con firmed the autplclon that there wan auca a place. The ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Woman Has Long Hair. An extraordinary bead of hair ta pe aessed by Mercedes Lopes, the wife ot a poor sheepherder In San Vincent, Mexico. Her height la Ave feet, and wben ahe stands erect her hair trail on the ground for four feet tight Inches. SOUTH DAKOTA STATESMAN ENEMY OF BEEF COMBINE '"" " tmtU.fU, h Mtrt X.rrt(.OtArrk, Wluli The accuracy library is for co-operation in informa lion on the enemies of easy errors and the friends of forethought, to re duce mutually expensive mis takes of mechanical, commcr- cial and professional pcovle. Ovorcomo ovll with good In trying to help thoso in any trouble. A minute ago 1 read itiout a wmnan who went two thousand miles In or der tn git away (rum tier many sym pathizing friends. How ! ( (hat tho sympathizing friend manax.es to Incrcaiu our eor ruwe? Hy having a big heart and a little bead or by having an artificially Lie heart My troubles havo been more pain ful on account of sympathizing friends brcauso In placo of lif...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

Friday, March 18, 1904 MARSHALL REPUBLIOAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. hUUM rj PiMaf aS HUH4 at Iks tv aataa al atar.WIl.Vs.. ssssrona'.tlaasi.allaiaMst. Terms: 11.00 rat Year in Advance, J. J. WITT, - Editor and Prop. Telephone No. 9. Ws are told that the statement we tnide last week tbit the Demo cratic central committee adjourned Id order to give the "machine crowd" time to get a load of But ler Indians, was false and uncalled for, aa Marshall already has. an ov erabundance of that tribe so says M. C. Chaffee, Sr. , W'n heard a Democrat the ether day telling a Republican why he was a Demo.rat, His father had fought lu the Southern army and had lost three slaves by Lincoln's proclamation 40 years agol The man he was talking to was also in tbe ami) and had suffered even a heavier lots; but when peace was algntd, kept his promise, was loyal to his country and to himelf by voting for hla own interests. For all but 'eight years since i860 the judgment of the Ameri can people has been to keep...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, March 18, 1904. t ount 5Utf SWEET SPRINGS Dr. J..C. Bredeboft and wife, ol Bucklln, Kansas, arrived Wednes day night and are with Dr Brede bolt's father, who i stilt very low. Mesdtmei J. W Matth nnd J. M. Bos well, of Kansas City, are visiting their brother. Charlie Ferguson. Mrs. E. C. Magness went to Higglnsvllle Thursday, where she wilt visit a few days before going to St. Joseph where she will spend the summer. J. L. Yantis, of Independence, la the guest of relatives for a few days. Mrs. D. L Smith, of Odessa, is visiting her sons, Jas. R. and C. O. Smith, of south of torn. Mrs. N. N. Ferguson is very ill at her home. Miss Ida Smith spent Sunday with Higglnsvllle friends. J. T. Wilson, of Wilson, Dry Goods Co., went to St. Louis Mon day to buy new summer good. Fostmattcr Smith was in Scdalla Saturday in the Interest of the A. O. U W. Lodge. Julius A. Hennrr and bride, of St. Louis, ate guests of G. It Ilenner at Sweet Spring. I:d Stuerkc was In Sedal...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

THE GIRL HALFWAY a y t cr y or v lintimii iiiTimn n ft CtHrliklld, tm. D, AH as ) sa . yf, Wiiwiif CHAPTKR XXIz-Conllnuad. "There must be some motive shown for the supposition of inch an act ai mnrder. What motlre can bo abown herof Certainly not that of robbery. The horse of tba missing man cam back alone, Ita lariat drawling, aa we aball prove. It had not been ridden loco the lariat waa broken. You all know, aa wo ahall proto. that thta nan Joan waa never known to ride a hone. Wa ahall prore that ho walked tlitr rallea, to Iho Tor ipot whero tho hone had been tied, and that be corned to touch a hone on hla whole Journey. He wanted no hone. He alole no hone. That waa no motlre. To bo lubjoct to tho law, aa you very well know, a man mint be mor ally responsible, Ho mint know rlAt and wronic. I ahall ihow to you that when thU man wai a child he waa struck a sorero blow upon Ibe head and that lnco that time ho has never been of sound mind, his brain never recorcrlnic from that shock, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN 9 28 Amy Generals Send Letters of Endorsement To The Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. P I Two severe cases and two terrible operations avoided. Mrs. Emmons and Mrs. Coleman each tell how they were saved by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. M DeAit Jtw. PiNKit am : I nm no pleased with tlio result obtained from I,)-ll 1. J'lnkliatii'a YrRctnblo t'oniirauiiit that 1 feel It a duty and a rrivUego to wrlto you about it. "1 suffered for moro than flvo years with ovarian troubles, cans. Inn an unpleasant ilUchnrpe, n great weakness, nud at times n falntncts would como over mo which no nmount of medicine, illot, or excrrlso scorned to correct. Your Vegetable Gmipomnl found tlio weak spot, however, within n low weeks and ivcd mo from nn operation al! my troubles had disappeared, and I found myself oneo more liealthr nnd well. ords fall to iWrllio the leal, true, grateful fet'llng that U in my heart, and I want to tell every sick and sufferi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

ft. ...THE WHOLE HOUSE ABLAZE 1TH BARGAINS Thirty Days of Red Hot Selling. Nothing Held in Reserve. We start on the second week and the great work still goes on. Panic prices reign throughout the big store. Were you here Saturday? If you were not here, why not? It appeared as.thouh the whole community turned out. They heard of this great sale and came to it, hundreds- stood in line trying to get waited on. The big sale started off like chain lightning, the like was never seen before. The people were going to and fro through the Big Store picking up here and there Bargains, such as they never saw before in their lives. The whole house was topsy turvy. From 9:30 a. m. until 5:30 p. m. this store was a solid mass of humanity. Twenty-five sales people could not wait on the anxious buying public. We will be in better shape to serve you next Saturday. We have re-arranged and brought out hundreds of articles that were put away in boxes and drawers, and will place them before the people, bl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 March 1904

. 3 1 Jf j MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Vol.. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH l5. 1004. No. 7. t1 Subscription to this Paper, $1.00 Per Annum in Advanok, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal w f f f t tf w w tf if .f w w t Hf t w w a a a tf j Af w w a w w w ; jA. ft X LOCAL NEWS X 1 Mliii Mamie Sanger came In (roni St t-oult Tuff doy on account of tick nctt at.il will tpend tevrral wcekt at IjOllIf, NOTICE. The car carrying our papur was carried past Marshall yester day by mistake and we are compelled to issue a smaller paper this week. We will make up for it next week. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft Wa are glad to tcu Mldldaauthrey TT back at br old p Itlon at Wlcgate't JRv after an abtcnce of teveral montln on vjy accouut of lllnct. r Itubt. II. Kern, a well known Dem 'fift ncratlo orator, will apeak at theorrn VST boute In Marthall, Saturday, March jpv -Otli, at 2 o'clock p. m, TV J. 11. Well. U returned to hli home at Jonrtburg, Mo , after, a few dayt vl.Il wltli lit brother, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 March 1904

Priday, March 26, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. raallaa4 attrt Prlda and tatarta at tfca foal IvnM tl Martaall.Mo., at rvf tnl-1ati nail latitat. Tutus: (1.00 l-Kii Yr.Aii in Advancc. J. J. WITT. Kdltor and Prop. Telephone No. 9. The Dockery wink Is becoming famous. ' Watch me talk now, but don't pay any attention to what I nay." explains It. It looks very much n though Duller expect to pay his debt to Judge Gantt by turning over to him at the proper time the no Hawes delegates from St. Louis. Wranoi.ino, quarreling, and sometimes physically thumping ench other, the Democratic State organization of the patty, is in a worse plight than it ever was be fore. Marshall Progress. Democratic oRicials follow nearly every net with n long "ex planation." "He Mire you're right then go ahead" Is n good rule and needs no rchanhlng. Wrong acts with plausible explanations don't make them right. A new pension ruling, which will no doubt become n law audi take nfftct immediately, gi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, March 25, 1904. I ounW SLATER Some party broke Into tho rrar of Kels' tlorc Sunday night and stole two coats nnd some slilrU and r haps otlirr goods, t 'e I don't know exactly what lie baa lint yet. A leading Democrat of Fish Creek, says that although he Is not a Folk ma.., he don't bcllete the report that Folk furnished money to help carry Hay county. He knows that there wan nothing doing In Clay township when they held their primary, therefore It went agalnit folk. C. C. Hupp. ho on It. V. D. car rier on route No. I, ha. been appoint ed railway clerk. I.uclu. I.. .Thomp. on Is now carrier for this route. Iloht I'rlce, who was appointed car rlrr for route No. 3 hat resigned. No appointment hn been made to nil this vacancy. There must toon be lomethlng done for the crowded condition of our chool. The plan of building a new high school cciu to Ira favored by many, while some advocate tho build, lag of two ward school., one In cast and one to Wot Slater, fo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 March 1904

Friday, March 25, 1904 MARSHALL REPUBLIOAN Attend Wingate's Great Clearing Sale ! Wo will, on Wednesday, Marcli J2d, Inaugurate our second cut in prices. Now wo must sell these goods and wo liavo Inaugurated the 2nd mark-down in prices. TIii'ho good are sold from one-half to one-third wliat otliur so-called clearing snle iieiipht ask for their good, nor are wu cutting up our Calicoes or other l)ry Uoortu and calling them mill end. W will sell yon as many yards an you want at one-third or ono-half what any so-called mill end salo will sell their goods at. Don t bo humbiwcd for common sense will tell you there are not one-half of the mill ends advertised all over the U. S. These people simply cut up their goods and try to fool the public by their advertisements. ' We want to dispose of this Kntlre SUck, nud therefore will sell you anything In the house, In the way of merchandise, at less than cost, In Dry (foods, Shoes. Cloth ing, Underwear, Hosiery or Skirts. These goods mmt be sold,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN 4 r ; Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINB COUNT V, MISSOURI, APitIL 1. 104. No. 8 Subscription to this Paper, f 1.00 Per Annum in Advanok, MANY DEANS. . Col. Vlnco Mannaduke, Mrs. Mnrgaret Squiere nntl Others Pans Away. VINCENT MAHMADBKE Col. Vincent Marmaduke died tail Friday morning after two woek't lllneti of pneumonia at the tome t hit daughter, Mrt. Wm. Harrison, f f J 74 yeart. lit km attacked by the grip two weckt ago which brought on pneumonia. Col. Marmaduke wat the oldest ton ot Ex Oov. M. II, Marmadke and wife (nee Lavlnla Sapplug'on) and was born at their uld home near Arrow Itock. lie graduated from several law schools and took up the legal profession, but practiced but very little owing to Mi Interest In the Civil War, hit estate and politic. He was a brother of KxCor. Marmaduke. In 1833 he wat married to Mitt Julia Eakln, who died In Sept. 1901. Four children were born to Ihle union two of whom survive, Mn. Wm. Harrlsoo and Mn. Ilobt. Carey. He wat mar rle...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

cVRSEHHHIHBm ill. ,JAT . W 3. V. 1 'Set. ft. Kit, La" . flM f I X V fftif Jf. J. WITT, Editor and P.vprfetor, V MIUBHALL. MISROUlit Cut' ws fancy anything mora de llrfeusbr picturesque than "a cbiotU aareklsff ' There being no other bandy method f .attracting" attention. I'eru ha bad an earthquake. Tbe aenato fcai lifted Cbaplala Jlsle'e par f 100 roar, but how many senators baa bo converted ? Korea mar change Ita name from "tho land of the mornlnit calm" to' "the land of all-day trouble." What It all American women are pigeon-toed? It doesn't seem to Inter fere with their getting married. Of courae, tho trouUo waa thnt Mme. Paltl had alreadr aald good-by and tho American people took ber at ber word. The correspondent who tolegrapha from the far Kaal that Gen. Ma la the father of tho Chlnoso army muat be an Irlahman. ' If. Mme. Barah nernhardt tells what the knows her "Memoirs" ought to be even mora Interesting than tbosp) of Herbert Bpcncer. Almost any city can bo mane beau tiful, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

MAR8HALL REPUBLICAN THE GIRL n A .u t w A i T O R Y Or BY B. HOUOH, AUTIIOft llf THM TKV OF Till COWnOt C, ri.il, J. ,,,,, I,, a,, I,,,. Cm,,.,. .v,m Vrk rWsi.ajfWt CHAPTER XXIIr-Continued. At thli'ptaco they aaw a few mn elttlng putsldo the door, calmly imok. log among those Sam. the liveryman, ft merchant by name of Chapmau, and it homesteader, who wai known ai Onyod Pennyman. Inside iho house, playing carda with Curlr. ware four other men. Franklin noticed that they all were armed. Ther all ap peared from their atory, to have Just dropped In to pais a little time with Curl. From time to time other dropped In, most of them remaining outside In the moonlight, sitting on their heels alone the porch, talking Imt little, and then mentioning any thins but the ono subject which waa uppermost In over one'a mind. Yet though nothlnic waa aald, It might well bo aecn that thl little body of men wero of those who had taken the istnnd for law and order, and who wero resolved upon a now day In ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

MARSHALL REPU1LICAK " Friday, April 1, 1M4. GREATEST BARGAIN SALE Ever in Marshall. The most terrifilc slashiug of prices on high grade DRY GOODS, CLOTHING and SHOES, regardless of profits II 'f n r THINK OF US. nl)ou lo think o( n licneer you llilnk of Dry Good. Our hlc enerRy In concentrated on tearing K""' thing" '"f ou to er. This l True of Drew OooK Til I True of Viulerwcar. Till l True of'lltwlery. Our 8irln(! tU)le arc now mailing rtronj; ica1 to your eye, while our rena1Ie l'rice mike equally lnn -at to your purw. You my,eluthe unit natUfactlon licrc lit tlie Mine time, and we can make ny lady prowl of licr apjwarance lio come litre Ivr her toggery. Seenty-fm-cviit litre ill tlie work of the mlKlity dollar. If you re at nil particular Mmut what )ou ljuy or what you wiy for It, you will fiml It tojonr Interest to trade litre. A few uinile of our JIONHV SAVIN'S IlAROAINSt Tulir-t' Mtllmi Clirtli f J4 Indie wl.lej fl.lS grade . .. nt-li Vinlf I it Inclm wilei rte trade Mack fig...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

Friday, April 1, 1004 MARSHALL REPUBLIOAN ountvi 9letf s f K MALTA BEND. J. I. Houston and wife Sunday, ed in Mtratiall, A. V, Brown, Jr. returned to St Louis Sunday to complete his mtd Icat scholarship. One of J. V. Cochran's little girls is very sick with pneumonia. We hope (or his steedy recovery. On Thur'day last while driving along the road, Miss Carrie Lun beck met with a painful accident, which might have been much wore:. The horse became fright enrd at some dogs and started to tun, ovettutnlng the buggy, break Ing her arm aud dislocating her wrist, She Is resting very well at present. Quite a number from here at tended the Democratic convention at Marshall Monday. Ja. Meier came down from My. rick Sunday. He is now pumping water for the Mo l'ac. railroad at that place. Julius Wilson, of Alma, was here one day last week. Mrs. V. T. German has been helping to nurse her sister's, Mrs, John Nye, of near I'alrvllle,! child, who has been very sick, but is now much better. Prof. At...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

Friday, April 1, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN FREE SCHOLARSHIPS The Northwestern University located at Kvanston, III., hit re quested as to publish the (set that too scholarship have been estab llsbed In that school open to all on competitive bsils. Anyone wib log to take advantage of one ol these scholarships should make ap plications through the local high school or college. The best way to proceed would be to write to "The Registrar, University Hall. BvanMnn, III." for circulars giving particulars, take these circulars to your teacher and have him attend to it for yon. A faltly good edu ration and other ttiall6cRtlona are necessay to secure one of these scholarships. The school is too well known to nerd endorsement or explanation from us. It consists of eight dcpaitmeuts or schools. Four of the.M! (Law, Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy) are la cated In or near the center of the Cityol Chicago. The other four (College of Liberal Arts, Theology, Music and the Academy) are situ ated i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, April 1, 1904. NEW FRANKFORT Sunday, April 3 will be Eat-.er. Don Corker was in Sitter Mon day. The W. VI. S., of Good Hope, will render a litertry Program at that church Sunday evening April 3rd. Everybody invited. Perry Davi hat told hit (arm. He will give a public tale tome timet toon. Moat of the tick are convateting. Mr. Detacr and family vltited frlendt here Sunday. Chat, Matthes has begun build ing his new house west of New Frankfort. Rev. Manshardt will preach here Sunday evening, April 3, having been appointed pastor here for the coming year. Rev. Zellner and wife have moved to Atchison, Kan tat. Lee Jeter and Mist Lillle Rup perl, of Ayrcs, worshipped at New .Frankfort Sunday bight. J110. Thlerfrlder and family have moved to the bottom. MIAMI. Where is the early tpilng every body prophesied? March came in quiet enough but has been howling every since about something. The hesvy rains we had last week helped the mud holes to get worse. The rock ab...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

'mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmm MARSHALL, REPUBLICAN I Am Ua untnmt torfww miu Hr jrw jr. m m. cm ror. nuu accuracy library is for co-operation in informa tion on the enemies oj easy errors and the friends of forethought, to re duce mutually expensive mis takes of mechanical, commer cial and professional people. As we learn to do it better there's Joy In any worthy work that brings us bread and butter. You know that you Jure been your happlmt during somo of -the most diurnal weather ever endured. Now how Is It that wo co be Joy ful In the fog or freezo, tbo blizzard or tho duitjr breeze? Dust l my otit enemy of any Kind of weather, jet there ro tlmea when t am ao full of sunshine that I lorget to notlco tho dustiest kind of dint. You hart hail ao much aunshlno In your heart at tlmra that you took no notlco of tho dark clouda, eloppy walk! or ugly wind. What a heaven on carlh thla min ute. It would bo If we could keep emr Wood going In a way to Uto abovo I ho dust and hoat, tlm culd and al...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN vj mmm mmm L.mmm BiBBav wmu m m n am ULLHII HUMOR CURE FromPimples to Scrofula From Infancy to Age To those who have suf fered Ions: and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, and who have lost faith In doctors, medicines, and all things human, CUTI CURA Soap, Ointment and Pills appeal with force hardly to be realized. Every hope, every expec 1 tation awakened by them has been more than ful filled. More greet cures of Simple, Scrofulous, and Hereditary Humors are daily made by them than by all other Blood and Skin Remedies combined, a single set, costing but one dollar, being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases when all else fails. W4 ltMU.t It ww4. rttb.rft lUJtML tH, (ta ltm 4 C....1.I. w.imI If A fcto. f-, U ui. t. r.i.i It 4 M .Im IM ,1 I. . 4 IN l "KATY'S" NEW LINE Tn Oklahoma Oif bM Unthrl- U nowwi Krom Kaaui viij tha Uatjr' la tbt Ilt Mori (riDi ti.lrar, pari vt lti ahor. Una, al from HL Uiuli, " u lw tull tit taflnn the nnt ...

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