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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1889

FOOD IN OLD AQE. Strict Moderation Should In All Canes Be the (imilinic Maxim. With regard to food, we find from Dr. Humphrey's report that ninety per cent, of the aged persons were either ••moderate" or "small" eaters, and ■uch moderation is quite in accord with the teachings of physiology. In old age the changes in the bodily Us bugs gradually become less and less actire, and less food is required to make up for the daily waste. The ap petite and the power of digestion are correspondingly diminished, and, al though for the attainment of a great age a considerable amount of digestive power is absolutely necessary, its per fection, when exercised upon proper articles of diet, is the most important characteristic. Indulgence in the pleasures of the table is one of the common errors of advanced life, and is not infrequent in persons who, up to that period, were moderate or even small eaters. Luxuries in the way of food are apt to be regarded as rewards that have been fully earned by a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 2. J. D. KIRKWOOD, j> it: > v i ss* r r ■•ullumn. WnwltUißtoii Tor. On i. r 11.. i us: IA.M.to 12 M. and 1 to 4P. M. STKVVAUT HI.OCX. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN 4. CO., J ilealei's iii Grain; Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oat*. Hurley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Asset* - $1,250,000 LOSSES PAID-FiyK million DOLLARS • The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WIWIHIM, Agent. Pullman. j menu. J. F. WAIT WEHB& WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office in Stewart Block. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TER. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Gutter. Special Attention is Given to Culling : ami : Trimming 1 Ladies' and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCES CAPITAL STOCK: $600000 $500,000 $500100 j-oimxa.M) - - OREGON. W. V. \V INDUS, Agent. I'utliiiuii, Washington Ter. ? MASON BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1889

AY AVHITi;, Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAII CO., IDAHO. Plans and Sixjcifie.it ions furnished on short MUm and on reasonable tanas. Correspond ence solicited. OtHee hi Inker's Block. 25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Courts of Washington and Idaho. Special attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in P. O. Building, Main-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDEIt & CO., MASCFAOTCKS3S OF BRICK and LIME, tODlldllOrb dllll DiiillMiJ. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & • MOSCOW. THE UNION Xii**iii*iiiic*c Co. OF SAN FBANCISCO. Cash Assets, • - $1,250,000. LOSSES paid-it vk MILLION dollars. Tli ■ Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand a number of choice bargains in FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. Z^" If yon want a Farm, don't make a deal until yo.i have examined our List. Z'&~ If...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1889

The Herald. Published every Suturday morning at Pall 3inn, Whitman county, Washington Ter. Oregon Hallira}/ ct Btmv, Co. KABT-BOUXD: Freight and Accommodation C.15 p m WEST-BOUND: Freight end Accommodation 9.58 p m A. R. CHANDLBR, Agent. Northern l'aclflc Railroad. GOING NORTH: Pn.-*enger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.0 a a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, SATURDAY,... .NOVEMBER, 9 188 —Erve Rice and family have moved on to their ranch. —Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clifford, on Tuesday, a boy. / — Mrs. Archie White returned Thurs day, from Palouse City. —J. M. Hill has been attending com missioners' court this week. —Frank Fariss is, for the time beii^ff' "doing" landlord at the Grand. —Henry Jackson has purchased^ the Harding property on the south side. —Mrs. Kirkwood and little daughter Pearl, have gono to Tacoma on a visit. —Born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown, of Union Flat, on Sunday last, a girl. —Dr. Webb hss purchased t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1889

COMFORTED. Td Just been desperate all that day; I couldn't siai.u one thing more; The work was piling a d piling up, like an aw ful mountain before. I gave my dishcloth a twist and a wring, the wring of my b tteren mood, And said: "If thu Lord .s tender, or cares, He'll show me a token (or good." And M:lly turned, as she stood outside. In her pretty new figured gown, 1 saw the tears in her big blue eyes—God bins her I they seemed to drown A little of all I was suffering. She waited, and then said »ho: "Perhaps He sends us some tokens that we do not look to bee." "When she was gone I sat down and cried, with my head on the old red shawl, I almost thought there wasn't a God to plan lor th world at all! But after I'd cried my tears away, I thought of what Milly had said; 1 thought ot it all the afternoon, and when I had gone to bed. In the morning I went to the door, and there was my cactus at last in bloom; A great, red, glorious blossom that had burst 'twtxi the 1 ght and gloom. And ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1889

VOL. 2. NO. a* J. D. KIRKWOOD, 1> :]E > rJ- v I »rr I'ullninu. MaNlilnston Tcr. Okfick Hocks :9a.m.to II M . and 1 to 4 KM. SMEW ART BLOCK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAH A. CO., Dealei'fii in Grain. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats. barley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets - $I,«sO,<M>© LOSSES PAID-FIVK MILLION DOLLAHS The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WIMIUJS, Agent, Pullman. J. WEBB. J F. WAIT WEBB& WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office In Stewart Block. PULLMAN*, WASHINGTON TER. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention in Given to Cutting : and : .Trimming 1 Ladies' and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: |bOOOOp $500,000 $500.000 PORTLAND - - OREGON. W. V. WINDUS, Agent. Pullman, Washington Ter. MA SOX BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealer* in all kinds of Fresh a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1889

W. WHITE, Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. ' ■': Plans and Specifications furnished on short notice and on 11imiililn terms. Comepond anse solicitod. OSice in Baker's Block. •>:, Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Courts of Washington and Idaho. Special attention Riven to Blatters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in P. O. Building, Mui;!-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO.. HANCFACTUHr.ES OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors dull Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & - MOSCOW. THE UNION .Kiis-*iii #mice Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - 11,250,000. LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. Tin' Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWN EN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand a number of choice bargains in FAHSIING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to cv.it purchasers. 'W If yon want a Farm, don't maka a deal intil you have examined our List. rg>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1889

The Herald. Published oven,- Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county. Washington Tor. Oregon Ha it tray 4S Xuv. Co. EAST-BOUND: Freight and Accommodation C.15 p m west-bound: Freight and Accommodation .... 9 58 p m A. K. CHANDLER, Agent. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING KOBTH: Passenger 6.15 v m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m going south: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services on second and fourth Sabbaths of each month at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Sunday-school each Sab bath at 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People's meeting every Honda; evening at 8. Communion eer vice wound Sabbath in January, March. May, July, September and November. E. C. W. Hill, pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—Ser vices on first nnil third Sabbaths of each month nt 11 a. m. i.nd 7:30 p. m. Clhks mooting after Bfih day service. Prayer meet ing every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. C E. (iIIiMON, pastor. SATURD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1889

BARON YON STUBEN. The Grout Work of the Prussian Soldier . In the Revolutionary Amir. After his interview with Congress. Steuben repaired at once to Valley Forge, where Washington was not slow in recognizing his ability; nor was Steuben. on the other hand, at a loss to perceive, in the ragged and motley army which he passed in re view, the existence of soldierly quali ties which needed nothing so much as training. Disregarding the English prejudice which looked upon the drill ing of soldiers as work fit only for ser geants, ho took musket in hand and showed what was to be done. Alert and untiring, he worked from morning till night in showing the men how to advance, retreat or change front with out tailing into disorder how to per form, in short, all the rapid and accu rate movements for which the Prussian army had become so famous. It was a revelation to the American troops. Generals, Colonels and Captains were fired by the contagion of his example and his tremendous enthusiasm, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 5. The Heretic!. Published every Saturday morning-«ft Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will bo continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY,.. .NOVEMBER 30, 1889, Oregon Hallway «C Xav. Co. east-bound: Kxpress 558 pm Freight and Accommodation 11,1.1 » m WEST-BOUND: *SV Eipress 9:35 p m Freight and Acoommodntion 1.85 p m A. B. CHANDLER, Agent. Northern Pacific Ha llroad. OOIXO NORTH: Paa«*E{;tT. : 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m ooimo horni: Passenger „.. 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p ru E. F. CBAWFOBD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— on t'.-conil and fourth Sabbaths of each month at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Btrnday-scbool each Bab bath ■) 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People's meeting every Monday evening ut 8. Communion ser vico second Sabbath in .liinuary, March, May, July, September and November. E. C. W. Hill, par-tor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. vire« on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

I*iUliiia,ii Herald. THOMAS NEILL, Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor THE SAMOAN'S PALOLO. A Curion* Worm That Comix Qnce a Year to Delight Dinky Epicure* The palolo is probably the most curious table delicacy in the world. It is a worm about as thick as ii strand of yarn and from five to eight inches long. It is caught once a year near the Samoan Islands and is eaten by tne native Samoans. Very early in the morning- of the first day of the last quarter of the November moon hundreds of small boats full of Sa moans put out from the shore near Apia to the coral reefs. Every boat is provided with line nets stretched be tween bent sticks and attached to a short handle. At the reefs a little skirmishing lor the best places, many collisions, a good bit of Us mow ii cursing, and any amount of singing and shouting precede the fishing. Then an occasional shout of ••Palolo! palolo!" is heard as someone scoops in a netful of worms. Sud denly the water begins to crawl. It seems to he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

TOM DEANE'S ADVENTURE. Few wild animals bear a greater va riety oi names than—let us give an incomplete tat ol his names—cougar, puma, Amnicnn lion, American tisjer and panther, often corrupted into "painter," Indian devil, catamount. The panther, that is his best name, has a very extensive ranee, being found from Northern New England, all through both American continents. He is an active climber. His cry is l>eculiar, and has often been taken lor the scream ot * woman. There are well authenticated instances of per sons in dense forests who havo hur ried, sis they supposed, to the rescue of a woman in distress, and have not discovered theit fearful mistake until the Berne animal was upon them. Ordinarily the panther m a coward ly beast. It sneaks up behind its vic tim, after the manner ot the lion of South Africa, and though it often re treats rather than encace with an en emy, it is a dangerous foe when wounded, and occasionally displays remarkable t'onrage. There are parts ot P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

The Herald. ,';r, -"•■ THOMAS HULL, Pudusuku. irJnLli 'ALLEX, Associate Editor. TERMS OF BUBSCniITION: .ONKYKAK $2.00 WiX MONTH;* ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in jMTmin or by mall, lipgul Notices at the legal rates. Give us a trial. Kntered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mail* at Second-Claw KaU*. EMPEROR AND LANCER. A Story Which Civ.» m Good Illustration of Military Kfil T:tp». Busy men, accustomed to do busi ness in a brisk, coranion-senso fashion. find official n<<l tape so vexatious that it is no wonder they invent stories to •make it ridiculous. The French havo tine of them, which is perhaps as good as any. When Napoleon 111. was Em poror, bo the narrative runs, ho sat one day at Longchamps, sleepily ro viewiug his army. Begim«at after regiment passed, but nothing seemed to stir the Emperor from his lethargy. At la.=t, however, as a regiment of dragoons rode by, he suddenly fixed his attention upon the front rank. ••W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

oui\ Palouse City. From News, 21st inst. Postmaster Orcutt is at Olympia, or was, a member of the third house. A. L. Mcßride has sold his interest in the firm of Mcßride & Games to Doc. Smith. The firm will be known as Smith & Games. Mr. Arthur, of Deep creek, reports a good yield of wheat this year—about 15 bushels for fall wheat and 25 for spring whoat to the aero. The manager of the News, Wm. Good year, returned home from Massachusetts on Wednesday evening, single, where he has been visiting "his mother." He does not resume management till next issue. The village of Palouse City vs. E. B. Spray; F. L. Moore for the prosecution, T. B. Kent, defendant's attorney. The defendant was charged with fighting with R. Filliber and disturbing the pe;ice of Palouso City on the 18th day of No vember. Spray pleaded not guilty, but acknowledged fighting in self defence. After the evidence was all taken, the prisoner was discharged without argu ment of the case. Moscow. From Star, 22nd i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

ilevatri. THOP. NEILL, Publisher. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON. THE INTERNAL, REVENUE. Report of the Commissioner for the Fiscal Year Ended Last June. Commissioner of internal Revenue Ma eon, in reporting the operations of the in ternal revenue service lor the fiscal year ended June 'M, 1889, says: The aggregate receipts for the last fiscal year were $1:JO,8!»4,4:51, or 96,567,958 more than the receipts for the previous year. The only object of taxation showing a decrease during the first quarter of the present year is oleomargarine, it dropped from {I4S,IK:i in ISSN to $124,7:50 in 1889. The total cost of collection during the past fiscal year was $4,185,729, a fraction less thau 3.2 per cent of the amount collected. Tne commissioner says that owing to the great number of distilleries in opera tion during the last fiscal year and the in creased quantities of spirits produced, re sulting in an increase of tl'e taxes collected from that source, ac compared with the re ceipts of the previous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

INDIAN PRIZF-FIGHTERS. How SulllvHn'* Art It Represented in the I.hiiil ol the Moeul. The professional Indian boxers aro known as jetties, a name derived from the peculiar contrivance worn by them upon the right hand. This consists of a kind of cestus made of a buffalo horn, with four sharp knobs upon it resembling exaggerated knuckles. Near the little fager is a fifth projec tion of greater prominence and keen ness than the others. It is worn on the right hand between the lower joints and the main knuckles, the fin gen being pass -d through a narrow opening below the raised points, of sufficient size to receive them when the fist is doubled. If it were placed directly over the knuckles it is very evident that a blow directed with the full force of an ath letic arm would, in all probability, crush the skull of the unfortunate at whom it was aimed. Placed in the manner described the wearer is obliged to be very chary in the deliverance of a full arm blow, as tho concussion would be v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1889

W. WHITE, Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. Plans and Bpeoifieatioaa furnished on >-],<.rt notice and on reasonable terms. Correspond mm mMML Offioe in Maker's Block. '25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Coorti of Washington cud Idaho. Bpocial attention given to matters In Probate and Insolvency. Office, in P. O. Building, Main-et. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDEB ft CO., llANt"K\eiii>Ki;s OF BRICK and LIKE. Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - ft - MOSCOW. THE UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO. rush Assets, - • $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID-FIVE MILLION DOLLABB. The Favorite Coast Comjwny. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWN EN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. ■—— '— j Havo on l and a number of choice bargains in r.\K.\llN<; LANDS convenient to Pullman, od t**nos to suit purchasers. I^f* If you want a Farm, don't make a deal niiil you have examined our List. JS-" If you have ■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 6. The Herald. Publklux] pvory Kutunlay morning nt Poll- Bion, Whitman county, Wusliincton . All Adverttsements will be continued anil chnrged for nntil ordered out. SATURDAY,.. .DECEMBER 7, 1889,' Union Pacific Hallway. FaciCc Div. E\sr-I!nUNH: Kiprr*fl 5:28 p m Frvi^-;.! find Accommodation 11.15 a m WEHT-EOCSD: rHllww 9:35 )i m Vn«s;lit a»id Arcommodation 1.35 p m A. li. CHANDLER, Agent, Northern Pacific Railroad. Mm NORTH: Vh**«\v* 6.15 a m | t*»vi^!it uid Aoooramodatioa 9.02 a in ■ ooixo booth: \ : P»tw*iKiMr 7.C0 p nij Jfreig'.t anj Acoommodulion 3.20 p m i K. F. GBAWFOBD, Agent, i official mmxrroKY. cnuitcHEa CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Benrieee on R!»coinl ilm.l fourth Sabbaths of each month at 11 a. m. uthl Bp. m. Sunday-School each Siil> batfa at 10 v. in. Prayer-meeting every Wed ii..-,d,iv «vt«nlng at 8. Young People's mifiins orery lloni'iny evening at 6. Communion ser vi'« second Sabbath in J:unmry. March, May, 4;ily, September and November. E. C. W. Hill, nHH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

I*iilliii«,ii Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher "WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor j THE PACIFIC COAST. THE FATHER''OF k YOUNG GIBBS IN PORTLAND. Swindled Out of $80,000 by a Confi dence Man-Cyclone in California. Republican Convention at Juneau, Alaska. The Union Pacific will build into Los j Angeles. A Tacoma hospital has a new $503 ambulance. McMinnville's electric light plant id ready for work. The orange crop promises to be light but of tiret quality. L. P. W. Quimby has brought a |10,000 stallion to Portland. Sonoma county, Cal., has Deen visit ed by a disastrous cyclone. W. P. Rositer, of Seattle, suicided. He was a small cigar dealer. The Boston" mine near Fairhaven promises to pay $2400 a day. Two American seamen were drowned in a squall at Pori.Townsend. The mileage of the Washington legis lators will foot up about $.~>ooo. Portland; is trying to arrange Jot a pacific coast militia tournament. British firms will contest the present foreign pilotage charges at San...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

OVERUHD TRIIH ROBBERS. BY I'ONPrAWE lIDWAKI). "Good-bye, t'onnie. He sure you write as soon as ever you act there. I don't half like the idea of your going alone, f t»hall have the horrors until 1 bear that you have not b*'en kid napped or murdered." My friend hugged and kissed me, and finally let me no with great unwilling ness. 1 had been spending a lev days with an old schoolmate in the pretty little town of G , on my way from Mich igan to California. Her husband had been called away in the morning on urgent business. The latent baby was ■creaming with cramps or pome infan tile ailment, and there was no one to go with rue to the depot, or give me what she considered a proper send ofT. 1 returned lier kisses and goodbyes, not at all put. out; being ;t rather in dependent yonne lady, in t.iie first piace, and having very nt-t le need for Hii escort, anyway. I had purchased a through ticket, and my trunk was checked to my destination, an 1 had not considered it necessary to have it ...

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