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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

I CS>00090<g 1913 will be happier and more prosperous for you ii you let us assist you with pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions It Please! Us to Please You Palace Drug' Store Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor , m i>c^ooo<*>oo0oo<e>ocoe<Kt Van Zandt Girls in Demand Van Zandt county is short 891 girls! An investigation ought to bo had and the cause for this snortage made .known to all. The census of that county .shows males 13,271 and females 12,380. A shortage of 891 girls in on© small county is a right serious problem or else this editor's glasses are on wrong.—Tyler Courier Times. If the Courier-Times man will only read the wedding announcements in the Van Zandt papers, he will with- draw his motion for an investigation. The truth of the matter is. Van Zandt produces such a superior grade cf girls that she can't possibly supply the demand made upon her by our sister counties. Last week this paper printed on acoount of the wedding of a prominent young Harr...

Publication Title: Canton Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

Jft: M i I WILL $ '■ II if . . k: , -V'r m ■' "-Z ' f;; ^V' *' v; ' More Economical loth in Use and Cost CALUH1T BAKING POWDER — And it docs better work. Simply follow your cuttomary method of preparation — add a little lest of Calumet than when using ordi- nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even- ly raised — the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome, C&lufflet iiuutres the baking of an expert. Ask your grocer to-day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food it' Mr. William A. Radford w'll .n.^.r questions and Kive advice * KEfi. the roomalS plicate thf COST on all subjects pertaining to the Tho arajj ST OnacS^Vu'V^^Heno, pantry wifc on all these subjects. Address '" Inquiries to William A. Radford. No. 1.8 West Jackson boulevard. Chicago. and oalr tuclonu two-cent atainp for rep y* HOT Parts, Ex- position, Franco, March, 1912. It la one of the healthful signs of present day building that the Interior arrangement of a house...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

zz"r THE WISDOM OF DADDY CROW By CALEB B. WHITFORD. A very wise old crow that lived lb the north with his big tribe found the winters were too severe for him so LrttUUy Uu* fcVt u>M uik .tlfcui i. flew back to the road and droppec down to look at the creature that had Beared him nearly out of bis senses He walked around the broken claiti several times, then going quite close to him he stuck his bill out and pecked at the meat. He found It so delicious he walked boldly up and devoured the last morsel of It and then stepped back with a satisfied look, congratulating himself on hU extreme good fortune. "That is the sweetest meal 1 ever had In'all my life," he said. "I feel | like a new creature. But poor little ! lame Billy! I was so hungry 1 for- got all about him. Rut never mind, little Billy shall have JuRt eood a meal as I have had," and away he flew to the shore to catch another clam. Very soon he returned and hovered he concluded to take the crows, over ; over the road with a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 14 May 1913

4.*' *V - Face >V:T, -r tr.Fk v ^w/i. a <s I hard luck has struc. representative is here; freeT 20 Handsome Presents to be given away FREE to the first 20 ladies enter- ing the sale on the morn- ing of the opening &COUCH e With Trouble! to raise the almighty dollars. Creditors after mon= • must be paid. Never needed assistance as we need it now! D] rj ' \jf j$L jjumSr © / Nov/ in i 1%^ / ^22?^ i£L wY. [QS °f the Chicago Adjustment Co. *u liloiuw v) 20 Handsome Presents to be given away FREE to the first 20 ladies enter- ing the Sale on the morn- ing of the opening i . v. © ttt J1 7 J fi| Ki mfgL, w.u u it A J I assr* Hop the first train, horse, mute or m The Highest Grade Mc r>— ^-^ods. Clol 11Si V?. , ' Dry * fe: Will be turned into cash at once, tn the core regardless of cost os v£ eet the cash to settle with creditor ® « r"P* ~ 1 S « %/" 1*5 fl *' m l! 'i*® ■ V I past due. The climax has come a extension of time. Stop and consid means to you, when you c&n pu clia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

Canton Herald Successor to Van Zandt Enterprise One Dollar per Year Published Wedkly by A. M. Foster ESTABLISHED 1S<S2 CANTON, VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1913 Ft <j) ffi VOL. XXXI, NO. 48 ■ t J ■% -A ' ' •>fivJ3,'£^/£1 v55vSv£/ " —' —- 1 ir ' ■ '"'AdI WM&Ci & W//MM/A .©) P'..rsor.L! Mill, A. J. Ammona, of Martins was a Canton visitor Friday. County Attorney M. G. ganders was at Edom Friday for justice court. Another fine rain fell here last Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Den Wheeler and Short Line Den heeler, May 26.—A rail-, road meeting was held Saturday to consider a proposition from the Short Line, which calls for $5000, 750 acres of land and 60,000 ties. Rev. Martin was chairman and S. I R. West secretary. A committee was appointed to secure pledges for the required bonus and report as soon a3 possible, consisting of Whether Farmer, Merchant or Professional Man A bank balancc adds to your prestige, iti both a personal and business way. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

-TT ^•'^rw ^ BWw&rM: ar msmt: ■ ..w . i?A}, •', ft •$ •% "a. - if.■ Mgnttj "•'' /.^;/:',1' SgtriM >(te | j J t) b;i*yjXk- jjgiji-.'.v:,-.^1. .,$* THE CANTON HERALD I A.■• FOSTER, UKUt mt NMIstor CANTON. - • " - TEXAS M8tArr« tto# fly" la much the better slogan. No man dn<1 b* devoid of prido whoa ho can preM his own U-oubots ■folly. Uvea a person without much other eoltvre mar point proudly to hit ap- pendicitis sear. A California man Is breeding striped rata, bat what kind of liquor be Is ■sing la not stated. There are no new names to call the umpire, of course, but then there are always new umpires. No wonder the man who gave his wife thirty hats failed to win her love, considering the styles. The simplified spelling board Is go- ing right on simplifying words that refuse to be simplified. There Is reason to think that those Eeppelln airships are dangerous eon* trlvances—to those on board. Our respect for China Is consider- ably enhanced by the Information that the Chine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

HI SERIAL 8TORY My Lady rf Doubt By Randall Parrbh Amtkm "Ltm Undtr rim." "My Lady of th* ■n-niDiOij ILLUSTRATIONS BY HENRY THIEDS Oejgrrlgln, A. C. MuClurg « tfe, uu, SYNOPSIS. Major Lawrence, son of Judge Law- rence of Virginia, whose wife waa a Lee, !• aent oil a perilous mission by Gen. Washington. Just after the winter at Val- ley Forge. Disguised In a British uni- form Lawrence arrives within the enemy's lines. The Major attends a great fete aad saves the "Lady of the Blended Rose" from mob. He later meets the girl at a brilliant ball. Trouble Is started over a waits, cad Lawrence Is urged by hla partner. Mistress Mortimer (The Lady of tne Blended Rose), to make his escape. Lawrence Is detected as a spy by Captain Qrant of the British Army, who agrees to a duel. The duel Is stopped by Orant s friends and the spy makes a dash for liberty, swimming a river following a nar- row escape. The Major arrives at the ■hop of a blacksmith, who is friendly, and knows the Lady of the Blend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

*«, , ' A Good Thin^—Push It Along Transfer of Pupils i ssf> HMS SM; ■ % iar*4 The school tax has been a good thing for Wills Point The following letter from State and for the Wills Point school. The school tax has School Superintendent P. M. Bral- been a good thing for Grand Saline and for the Grand I }®y to Superintendent G. Saline school. The echool tax has been a good thing ,aw ^Sg'lhe^schoLJic age from for Edgewood and for the Edgewood school. The school i | 7 to 21 years and covens in detail tax has been a good thing for Ben Wheeler and for the. the question of transfer of pupile Ben Wheeler school. The school tax has been a good and tuition from one district to thing for the 66 progressive Van Zandt schools (out of another: 91) that have adopted it The same may be said of the fast increasing multitude of up-to-date communities throughout this broad state, from Red river to the Rio Grande and from gulf coast to the Panhandle. Can you doubt that the school tax will be a good...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

"2 i£. dl # S Jfr O'V I: w • «• €> 0 •■; C« n I AiL_..:-„ ®) Persona! and Otherwise RU3.atJY.T!53V3 jfiET YOUR VOTES HERE! malarial diseases. Will cure your Rheumatism 1 The I lerald will give voting cou- _ « i ^ | Neuralgia. _ Hcadaches, Cramps, pons — -1 - - _— f"i j on all money pai<l in on Suu- R. M. Mathis visited Dallas Mon- ~ollc' ^P^ains, ®I^'?es> Cuts and j sciiption, advertising, job printing, day.1 Burns, Old Sores, fetmgs of Insects etc.. which will be credited if de-i n , . . , n Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in- pcaiti-d with the Riley-Richardson! ou- wsue* unison ternally and externally. Price 25c« ( Dry Goods Co. in the player piano . —j contest which opens in the morn-1 . j / „ . ing---one vote for everv cent paid.! motor car railroad rrom Dallas to ' 1 lyler, passed through Canton yes- terday going to Dallas. They were ub-; will be happier and more prosperous for you ti you let us assist you with pure drugs and properly filled prescriptions It Pleases Us t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

, il f.^41 s I £ J 11 it- Por Every Baking CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Pood Expo* •ition, Chicago, 11L Paris Exposition, Franco* March, 1912. You don't too* money when you bay cheap or big-can baking powder. Don I bo milled. Buy Calumet, li't more economical—more wholetome—gioet bolt mullt. Calumet h fat tupertor to $omr milk and toda. To Clean Rubber. A rubber coat can be nicely cleaned by the use of automobile soap, a jel- lylike substance of dark color, whicb can be procured at any automobile supply Btore or at a garage. The soap can be used for other garments also, as it does not injure the finest finished material, but the •Sect seems better on rubberized goods. The first step In cleaning is to make a strong lather. Clean the coat thoroughly and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

sm fbrthe NEW BLOWPIPE GLIDER TOY Whirling Wheel Describes Arc Over Person Blowing It Into Air and Returns to Kis Feet. One of the new glider toys placed npon the market this year Is a whirl- ing-wheel glider whlcto describes an arc over the person blowing It Into the air and returns to his feet from Boomerang Glider. the rear, says the Popular Mechanics. The glider is in the form of an elon- gated plate with ends turned down and is somewhat similar to a pin- wheel. It is set upon pegs at the out- er end of a blowpipe, and when air is puffed through the latter it rises into the air. BOYS' CORN CLUB CONTESTS Important Factor In Directing Rural Youth to Buslneaa of Farming as Noble Profession. Boys' corn club contests, started a few yearn ago by Secretary Wilson through the bureau of plant Industry of the United States department of ag- riculture, have become so successful and popular in the south that the movement has become national in character. A recent circular of the bureau of p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 28 May 1913

8 II n i f ( • I'b I ! ' i i . M %:•! v. ;V ■> Ff W 0 !. ' 5 ' • . * . I '-"-V, ;'fe 1 i -s BssSatll^w H .^,Mpipippi I .■=■'..s:-V: ki ' i> *'■'f' M%. ■' *\ .'V , ,. '.' V'";,v is' w^0p: ■'T'' 11® ' ". tej5 ^'-.'l.-v , .'Jyti ■ ''.';vij''f;, "5V.v ' ||fc «! ;-fv fk hjmsmi :.t;-V A lacfor for pure food ante-dating all state and national food laws rcpi'ctf BAKING POWiS No Alum—No PbospMcs Be on your guard. Alam Pow- ders may be known fey their price —10 or 25c. a JEio3 or one eenS aa ounce. Ben Wheeler Doings Ben Wheeler, May 26.—Rev. Jones failed to fill his appointment Saturday. Profs. A. L. Farrell and R. S. West were in Athens Saturday. J. F. Sanders was on the sick list last week. Owing to the prevalence of measles, Sunday's big singing has been postponed indefinitely. Mrs. Jess Moseley, from West Texas, is visiting her parents, B. F. Gates and wife. Mrs. John Sandle, who was quite sick last week, is better. Dewey Burns is improving slow- ly, after a bad spell of sickness. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

.1^ —ASkO' ;.t« #1 Canton Herald m Successor to vi* £andt Enterprise One Dollar per ,Y ear Publishod Weekly by A. M. Foster ESTABLISHED 1882 CANftXN, VAN ZANIJT COUNTY, TKX^S, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1913 >) r .s. 'Jl i 3 % *.'\f Irf., • •> ■ r* - . ^jfi'^h^r^armer, Merchant or • '"Professional Man : , • H* A bank-balance adds to your, prestige in both' a' pirsbna.fyand business way. , Thinly how irtaWy successful men you know that do not carry a passbook—A PROTECTION AGAINST . WflSfcORIUNE. No one knows wherj^siQknqas QOt misfortune may come. We .hope it.never will} but if it does come, be pre- pared—atartwith us today. SS5 Texas State Bank ;■ "Canton, Texas xinmmEBSsrsars farh facts <■ • V % By Ifetec.Radford; President Farmers' Union 4 > ' r>. i if ;4 •' •/ , i 1 • .M * "** Make your farm add to the charm of ' • I 1 i. ^he neighborhood. \\ A large total yield of any crop brings less money than a smaller1crop. i^. Why make two blade's df grass grWW p-*where one grew befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

THE CANTON HERALD I A H. FOtTIR, tdtor sad PvMMmt QAVTOir. - - - TEXAS > : tfltAMtlAOC LAWS AND DIVORCE. . To *k*t «tnt (JM divorce rrll M '«MroMhta| ob our aattaual Ufa is •towi by Um report of the Illinois ■Mm appointed to secure nij i an that nllMt Tk« l|utf it k t staggering. Within the of Mil Om (km u4 M toot as Um papula' IB ths poot year It ta mUmM I WOO* liwtli It l «Vtktlilk* SeSS hev^ Ml that Marly a ■It' Ban and a half of shttdios seder Iko f— of tea vin deprived of one or Mk —Mala. Compare tbo Ipmo Mr MM la M taeropeea conn trice, la afldlttau to AastmMa. Cmi«i tad Nov fltaatoad, a total population «i mjmjm. as easiest oar pspntattaal at that tlaac of TMMJM. Ths dt ia the II ooaatrtoo KM no flvoma granted la •Mo country were M.SSO. Tbo rata ttasss that at Berope. *J£ > Patriotism Is Quite Broad Subject By JOHN B. LEWIS Patriotism is a subject so broad and comprehensive that'it might be easier to tell what it ia not than to define what it ia or should be. Much that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

T ) I • .... V, UL . My Lady tf Doubt Br Randall Pammbh tor af "tM M« ■n n n«m ILLUSTRATIONS BT HENRY THIEOE a. a nnm«e « o*. mu. It / SYNOPSIS. Major Lawrence, son of Judgre Ijiw- {•liot of Virginia, wboit wife wu a la sent on a perlloua mission by Oen. Washington, just after the winter at Valley Porg*. Disguised In a British uniform Lawrence arrive* within tbe enemy's lines. The Major attends a «reat fete and saves the "UAr of the landed Rose" from mob. He later ■••II the airl at a brilliant ball. Trou- We la started over a wait a and L w- !•••• to ureal by his partner. Mistress Mortimer (The udy or the Blended ■MM), to make his esoape. Lawrence to detected as a apy by Captain Orant •' the British Army, who aarees to a dual. The dual la stopped by Grant's fliende and the apy makea a dash for •Ibarty. swimming a river following a narrow escape. The Major arrives at the shop of « blaoksmlth. who la friend- ly. and knowi the Lady of the Blended Roaa. Captain Orant and rangers aearoh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

/ rVon~r\ : _ : All Kinds Meats ahd Ice '!- ZT: :"V0 to* the* ' -f- Hathis Bros. Market ,, Good Land for Sale For Sale—05 ,acrq&, good rich soil, three milea southwest from Canton; 15 acres in cultivation; located on R. F. D. route, best road in county, no sand beds;' good settlement. A bargain at 815 per acre; $ 100 down, balance to suit purchaser. See Moore Bros., Canton, Tex. otton Mills* Ice cream every day at McKin- non & Couch's—mixed right and made right. Drop in and refresh your hot tired self, or have tome sent to the house for the wife and "kiddies." Delivered anywhere in town at SI per gullon. Memorial at Cool Spring* There will be memorial services ftt Cool Springs Friday before the second Sunday in June and every- body is invited to come and bring well-filled baskets. W. H. Donohoe, 0. N. Cole, W. H. Emerson. I For Sale—Good open-top buggy.and harness. Used very littie. Terms liberal. Call at Noleh Bros, drug store. Need a Carpenter Can use in exchange Cor car- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

*>*!%,*■'" • — ■«*• ■■ fHMMttv • • r"m.C<>• ,... ...•■• 1913 will be happier arid more 8 j prosperous for yoiii it you t let us; assist, you with pure drugs and properly ? f filled prescription IS It Pleases Us to Please You Palace Drug; Store Di. C. P. Smith, Proprietor i>eeH>oo<$>oo<>o<K®>do< o6« Cake and Ice Cream Junior claas no. 6 of the Baptist Sunday school will sell cake and cpea.-n at the court houae Satur* .day aiternoon at six o'clock. Stella Sides, President Alice McKinnon, Secy. If you have.land for sale list it ■with A. J. Brooks. Canton Texas. Largest Magazine in World Today's Magazine is the largest and best edited magazine pub- lished at 50c per year, Five cents per copy nt all newsdealers. Every lady who appreciates a good magazine should send for a free sample copy and premium catalog. Address, Today's Mag- azine, Canton, Ohio. jf| Wrsot3l and Otherwise *} B. M. McKir.rvon Jr. is a business i visitor in D&'luM B. II. MilCinn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

j hi •yj, I'W.V * KAMSASWOJyUN I MtSffFBQ LAUNCHING OF "tATCRUUD/" IDE WORLD'S LARGEST STEAMER m HuMi by Lydia E. JPitiik Immm's The Ascension . of Ovist B REV. JAMES M. GRAY. D. & D~ of to Moo* Mfe I X A fMTMPlWM I iwmtwfof ilhunfc 1 always had pain sod milmnkr. Dor- log tbe delay I raf- ! tend i great deaZ with iMidftch^btck" Jsche, rf'rrlroiw, fev- erish spells, nervous- ness and bloating. I bad been married naarly thrM yean. I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable * Compound and now I feel better than I have for years. I Xeoonunend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Compound to all who suffer a* I did."—Mrs. M. Zkunkr, 1046 Nov Jar- bej Street, Lawrence, Ksnsss i Mwitonn Woman's Case, Mont—"Lydia E. Pinkham'a id oared me of awful I had raftered with for X was so weak I could hardly do ley ww* end my head aed area ached all tt time. Tow Oompound helped ma rhw waya and la a great strsngtk- |m I always reoommeod It to mr ■toads aad too than what a fiaad nsd* Ihieeklatorwemee. Too may...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

mm i HA VIC trod from lh« thi_ w heM of turbulent March, Till ft (mil scarf ef April la bang on Um link 1W Sown the Mfkl MUM that w.l- MMf the to;, "We k««r Um Mm pontine of bootftif.1 M*r A FSW FIBM DISHES. and arrant*-, after being wall but tok*d. .,FtUi the-pondm then.Jtoftg qn, a ww made a* lollawe: Bake ft banana, add It to the wall bwlM white of ftn *u and two tabiaapaoa futo of eugar; flavor with vantlta. boat woll ftnd eerve it ft mum*. One kw> ana to one egg white to ea Solent tor tour Individual shortcake*. to esnond to Boat In food vela* ipwilw In amt ■WlltX-K to MM4. tWT wny*, ow ho placed oc the tabl* at utesoet nny seaeon. latitude *r long- Made. Where the fresh tefc to obtate- i Ptoti «M|k( to; are not to la the en i. Bat far the variety to a peat booa With ef oalaaon. eteaai It In fat, turn oat aa a platter aad gurnluh with a eauee af green peae. If the i eaee are need, Ihtohin the with ft tow af the peaa pat a aleve, to muhe a Another form of the aomo dleh to pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canton Herald — 4 June 1913

DrPRICE'S crs?m Baking Powder v The finest In the world •> AWhen ordcMng ask for Dr. Priced &yname,el&e the grocer ma^ioigct kind, >pu are a^ustpined: / '4* • 4 / h" /• — ■ i. With Tundra People*,; J ft «... TV M ' . . Tundra, June 2<—A.W. McL<o- more's baby is reported no better. 'K$rfe. kate Good mail is tfery Sick.' Claude Hehdemori left'Fli": • day -fot-Penton, wher«'( ho-,will stay ' invs6hbol tilh August. ' >J<H. Shaw, of Mabank, visited at *W. M. Summons's Sunday. Prof. Ben H. Gray and wife of! West Texas, are visiting relatives here. •*' - . • • 9 . • Little Miss Rutha Andrews, of Fort Worth, is visiting Miss Kate • Andrews. Several from here attended the closing of the Myrtle Springs school Friday, ' "• The Yoemen lodge served ice cream and cake Saturday night in honor of their visiting members. Misses Willie Henderson and Kate Ward have returned home from. Commerce for a few days' stay after being sick there. Lumber has been "put on the ground to ...

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