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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

II- I fWSF®- -M L _ t w -*c I I > -v'iL® ■ ? *' ^ •' ■ftf? ^ ^yib^SSp1 .£m- ST. JO TRIBUNE "irV- ■■ •. ' ;• - v- - THE BAT qA Novel from the Play By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART and AVERY HOPWOOD "The Bat." copyright, IS20, by Mary Roberts Rlnehart and Avery Hopwood. WNU Servlc* 8TORY FROM THE 8TART Defying all efforts to capture him, after a Ionic aeries of mur- dera and robberies, a super- crook known only as "The Bat" haa brought about a veritable ralgn of terror The chief of po- lice asalKna hl best operative, Anderson, to get on the trail of The Bat. With her niece, Dale Ogden, Miss Cornelia Van ttyrder Is living In the country home of the late Courtlelgh Fleming, who until bla recent death had been president of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large aum of currency. Miss Van Qorder receives a note warning her to vacate the place at once on pain of death. Dale returns from the city, where she had been to hire a gardener. The gardener arrives, giving his name as Bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

-W<(. Duck Season is now open —and our Duck Shells are here. We have several good duck guns for rent. We prepare you for a day of real sport Again we sound our warning about the First Cold Wave. When the ducks fly the Frost is not far behind All kintis of wood, coal and oil Heators and Cook Stoves SCOTT BROS. Embalmers Furniture 8 Per Cent Dividend. • J AS. R. WILEY • • ATTORNEY * • Saint Jo, Texas • ******* • • C. C. W A R E (Meaning and Pressing * : Garments Called for and Delivered * First Class Work • I *•**•••***••****• The Directors of the Saint Jo Na- tional Farm Loan Association, at a recent meting declared an 8 percent dividend on the stock of the associa- tion, and Secretary C. H. Dunbar is issuing and sending out the dividend checks to the members this week. Subscribe for the Tribune, $1.00. • ••••••*••••••••• DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • General Practice of Dentistry * Saint Jo, Texas • Dental X-lJav •; **«•••***•••••••• * * * * * CHIROPRACTIC The Modern Health Science W. H....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

s ■/ ♦ * I 1 | I k , * -*'! . ST. JO TRIBUNE IS « HEALTHIER STRONGER Cffll STILL fi€T THRILL AT PENNY ARCADES Became She Took Lydia ham's Vegetable Comi E. Pink- mpoood The fertile valleys of Oregon heln to eupp'y the tables of America. ThlS U Dossiblethrough the pjaglo of the huu- ule tin can. In one of the can- ning establish- Julia Schmidt was em- ployed. It was com- plicated work be- cause she did seal- ing and other parts of the work. It was strenuous work and — she was not a strong girt Often she forced herself to work when she was hardly able to sit at her machine At times she would have to irT/u h°,™e f°r she was so weak she eould hardly walk. For five years she In this weakened condition. Bhe tried various medicines. At last a friend of hers spoke of Lydla E. Plnkuam s Vegetable Compound and •he gave It a trial. "Everyone says I am a healthier aad stronger girl," she writes. "I am reo- ommending the Vegetable Compound to ml my friends who tell me how they suffer and I am wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

* -Vv*- $3*1 ST. JO TRIBUNE The BABY No motlMjr tii this enlightened ape Would give her baby something she did not know was perfectly harmless, especially when a few drops of plain Castorla wi* right a baby's stomatli and end almost any little ill. Fretful- ness and fever, too; it seems no time ntll everything is serene. That's the beauty of Castorla J Its gentle influence seems just what Is needed. It does all that castor oil might accomplish, without shock to the system. Without the evil taste. It's delicious! Being purely vegeta- abie, you can give it as often as there's a sign of colic; constipation; diarrhea; or need to aid sound, nat- ural Bleep. Just one warning: It is genuine Fletcher's Castorla that physicians reeommend. Other preparations may be just as free from all doubtful drugs, but no child of this writer's Is going to test them! Besides, the book on care and feeding of babies that cotr*f with Fletcher's Castorla is worth Its weight In gold, c Children Cry for aP Had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 October 1927

* V & f '4 t il 4 I ■r. -3*3 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS : \ That Always-Good Place to Find Something to Eat i Chancey Grocery! Just phone 7 Lynn Davis spent the week with friends in the Jones High community, j Mmes. Clarence Moose and Kate Lane were visiting in Gainesvile on' Thursday of last week. —o—— MissesAlene Collier, Pauline Mel-1 ton, Mrs. Jim Melton, d Borger and Sam Bradley were in Muenster Sun- j day. —o— Marshall McCollum and O. P. Ad- j ams left Sunday to attend th State Fair at Dallas. Mrs. B. F. Williams and daughter, Bettie Jo, and Miss Wilda Parks are Spending the week with friends in Dallas. Mens 2-Pant Suits Worth anybody's $22.50—Pick First Lyceum Number Box Supper. On Friday night, October 21, th«sre i Mrs. J. G. Webb of Tioga is visit- ing relatives in Saint Jo. —o— Misses Jo Harwood, Mary Hoover, Messrs. Melson and Clem LaNier were j in Muenster last Friday. I I). D. Griffin and Pauline and Cecil Griffin attended the State Fair at I Dallas last Sunday. They were ac-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

* • V v • .. * „ . ,, '•%, '■ - ■ '■■ mi i m "5 * 1 « 1 1 SAIN i JO ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. VOLUME 29, NUMBER 50 The Stork's Visit There's nothing more precious than the little bundle of hu- manity the stork leaves at your home. Of course you are proud. The grandparents seem even prouder. Why not make provision for the little stranger's welfare right now, by opening a bank account in the youngster's own name? It would be a fine thing for the future. We w:ll guard the account carefully if placed in our Bank. You will never have cause to regret it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Walker-Huey. H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier COTTON REPORT. MONTAGUE NEWS Local cotton buyers report that up to Wednesday night 550 bales of cot- ton had been marketed in Saint Jo this season, the prices ranging from 16c to 21c. NOTES FROM THE OIL FIELD The deep test put down o>i the II L. Denni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

> .J1" t SF- •V? flflHflj :!T I ST. JO TRIBUNE WOMAN PRESIDEI By ELMO SCOTT WAT80N I ILL ■ woman be Dom- inated for vice-president In U)28I And If she la, will be she be elected! Impossible? Improbable? It's aot such an Im- probability as might ap- pear at tirst glance. For- ty or fifty years ago the average American would bave said that we would never see a woman In the balls of congress. Tet Miss Alice Robertson of Oklahoma and MUs Jeanette Rankin of Montana proved otherwise. And when the Seventieth congress convenes In December four women will be qfcupylng seals In the house of representatives. They are Mrs. Mary T. Norton of New Jersey, Mrs. Florence Kalin of California, Mrs. Edith Nourse lingers of Massa- chusetts, and Mrs. Katheriue Lufigiey of Kentucky. Twenty years ago the average American would have regarded It us highly Improbuble that the voters of a sovereign state would ever elect a woman governor. Yet "out In the MRS. FLORENCE ALI.EN great open spaces of the West, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

- ST. JO TRIBUNE e o a rr STORY FROM THE START Defying all efforts to cnpturu him, after a long Merles of mur- der* nnd robberies, n super- crook known only ns "The Bat" has brought about n veritable relltl) of terror. .The chief of po- lice assigns his best operative, Anderson, to get on the trull of The Bat. With her niece, Dnle Ogden, Miss Cornelia Van Gorder Is living In the country home of the late Courtleigh Fleming, who until his recent death had been president of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large sum of currency. Miss Van Oorder receives a note warning her to vacate the place at once on pain of death. Dale returns from the city, where she had been to hire a gardener. The gardener arrives, giving his name as Brooks. He admits he is not a gardener, but needs work Miss Cornelia tells Doctor Wells of the threatening note. They are Interrupted by the smashing of a window In the house. They find another warning note. The detective. Anderson, arrives, Is told ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

N I THB 8AINT JO TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice at Saint Jo, Texas as Second Class Matter, 1898. Published every Friday. L.J.REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927 Subscription Rstes—in Advance One year .... $1.00 Six months 50 Three months \ .25 A Short Sermon By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas Advertising rates for display space made known on application. Business Locals, Obituaries," Cards, of Thanks, announcements of enter- tainments where admission fees are charged or eolations taken up ov accepted, eulogies poems, etc., will be charged for at. five cents per line lor each insertion. RAYON VELVET. Transparent velvet is the up to the minute hit in fabrics. Velvet was re-1 garded so highly in the days of Shakespeare that he used it in his do- j scription of "Velvet Guards and Sun- j day Citizens." Rayon is often referred to as the | "man-made fibre" which was first used as a substitute for silk. After- j wards it came to be considered as a worthy complement t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

Ij Just Arrived I Some New Patterns in CONGOLEUM RUGS Some jfew Colors in WINDOW SHADES Always we strive to give our Friends the BEST QUALITY OF : MERCHANDISE SCOTT BROS. Embalmers furniture Editorial Writer Beatrice Beckner Literary Reporter Mary Davis Joke Reporter Alene Collier Sport Reporter James Lauderdale EDITORIAL JAS. R. WILEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas WANTED. • •*****•••* *•** C. C. W A R E Cleaning and Pressing * Garments Called for and Delivered * I First Class Work • I ; Chickens, eggs, hides, butter, cream. | Bring us a part of your produce and I bo convinced that we pay you as much for it as you can get elsewhere, i Courteous treatment and prompt J service to all. SAINT JO PRODUCE CO. o Subscribe for the Tribune. $1.00. DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • General Practice of Dentistry " Saint Jo, Texas * Dental X-Ray ***************** CHIROPRACTIC • The Modern Health Science * W. H. REYNOLDS Chiropractor Saint Jo, Tex- * POULTRY PLAY SCORES BIG HIT I Poultry Raisers Learn Ways of Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

y-^'tMwKW* ST. JO TRIBUNE - OAK floors add value to yojr home They tone up every room, and make the ♦louse modern. Economical, permanent, beautiful. Save housework. Write for free descriptive literature. - oak flooring bureau W1 Builder*' UulUlim; CHICAGO In the Way *1 suppose you saw heaiitlfv •cenery ©tit in the lilll country?" "We looked for it, but the hills cut ©IT uc view." The charm of a bathroom Is Its spot- fessness. By the use of Red Gross Ball Blue all cloths and towels retain thei Whiteness until worn out.—Adv. Very Practical "Is there tmythitig In this affair of yours \tith the heiress?" "Certainly, There's millions in It, I hope." Snwr not at your own town. Mo tywns 11 re perfect. Wen anYOUl Don't blame the feed or the con- dition of your stock if market men grade you low and custom- ers complain on account of the color of your butter. You can keep your butter always that golden June color which brings top prices by using Dandelion Butter Color. It's purely vege- table...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

ST. JO TRIBUNE GIRLHOOD TO MOTHERHOOD Iowa Woman Found Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com* pound Always Helpful Vinton, Iowa.—"When I was seven- teen years old I had to stay at home from school. 1 finally had to quit school, I was so weak. I suffered for about two years be- fore I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound, then I picked up one of your books and read It. I be- gan taking the medi- cine. Now I am a housekeeper w r t h sixe-blldren, and I have taken It before each one was born. I can- not tell you all the good I have re- ceived from It. When I am not as well as can be I take It. I have been doing this for over thirteen years and It al- ways helps me. I read all of your little books I can get and I tell everyone I know what the Vegetable Compound does for me."—Mrs. Frank Sellers 610 7th Avenue, Vinton, Iowa. Many girls in the fourth generation are learning through their own per- eoual experiences the beneficial effects of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. Mother...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 October 1927

r , .-5y.t ,• Friday and Saturday Mrs. Bairds Caramel Nut, Cocoanut Angel Food and Orange SNOW WHITE LAYER CAKES Chancey Grocery Just phone 7 Joel Bryant of Gainesville was here Monday. Prof. C. B. Wright was in Montague i on business Monday. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS f . Monday on business; Mrs. J. W. Wright is visiting her -os Moines, Iowa. •HK Mrs. J. G. Webb is in Nocona visit- ing her son, R. D. Cochran. las, where they had been visiting and attending the State Fair. J. A. Fanning of Abilene is in the city on business this week. Lester Brewer of Archer City was visiting in Saint Jo last week. Mrs. S. H. Camp and daughter, Miss Carolyn, returned Sunday from Dai- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ware were vis- iting Mrs. Ware's parents in Bellevue Sunday. Pie Slipper. There will be a pie supper at Moun- tain View school house Friday night, November 4, for the benefit of the school. Every one cordially invited. I am in the market for cream, poul- try, eggs and butter. D. E. Millikin. Get McCall's Patter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

1 1 I 0 \ ft. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV KM HER . 1927. VOLUME 2!), NUMBER 51 The Stork's Visit There's nothing: more' precious than the little biindle of hu- manity the stork leaves at your home. Of course you are proud. The grandparents seem even prouder. Why not make provision for the little stranger's welfare right now, by opening a bank account in the youngster's own name? It would be a fine thing for the future. We will guard the account carefully if placed in our Bank. You will never have cause to regret it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK HUNDREDS OF YOUNG SINGERS FOUND IN HUN1 FOR TALENT H. D. FIELD, President JOE BOWERS, Cashier S. M. KING, Vice President GEO. A. WRIGHT. Ass't Cashier COTTON REPORT. MONTAGUE NEWS Local cotton buyers report that up to Wednesday night 625 bales of cot- ton 4 had been marketed in Sain* -To this season, the prices ranging from 16c to 20e. Items of Interest from Our County Capital. NOTES FROM TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

. fl® 3 " ...r. . " r. - ■ ; ' % ' ' •-■ '• • '« m 'ws*'. • . V '*•« -V. ■ * ■ 1 ST. JO TRIBUNE America Faces Eas ifc*S r*y>4>yyy ' ' 'v ^ Z- WWWpMM ^teiii iiiMWA i*sy^S15t SS&".iK j*# A"#;-? 'i M_-'.,;'*: -.-r-^- ■., ..,A tk I :■ J, ,*: smMv itr immmmmrnmmm v ■* • \i V/H&Xl? J6,000 J37VZ7Z/C2Lrr WAR IO&IOJ2<$-AX& 2&JKDZD, j^OI^AOTO;, f&AlTC'J? /*t r aiio *//*-*> By ELMO SCCTT WATSON TS tlie eleventh hour (if the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Ou Broad- way and on State street; In Portland, Ore., In Portland, Maine, In Duluth, Minn., and in New Orleans the roar of traffic Is hushed. In the factories and on the farms, men drop whatever tools of trade are in their hands and— America faces East! For this Is Armistice day and all over the United States for the space Vv-'.,y "' • 4*"" "■'*•■ ' . ' ''/ ■ v, |$S«; V':'V, \ <* . n"" V% "%$'«' X ' ■ ....•'. . X > *• < V-1"' rag % a—;■ < S' > Hra ■.'■-.m.-' ' ;*' :; A '~ * ' w " -<W\A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

'T- ' • - "'-fr ' ■ ' :T "V- lS ""■'v* r%'^ .%S ' " ■• • '*•%.■• - ■*' . flb •• r." 'i • •♦ " '. 'w -3L" ' *# r ■**$ ■ ?>•... • - *.:v^ * ,•< % .v.. uJ . ■- A. ■i«) t *':£&■ ■ jf >' ?"3j5#Si,«..®-T"'*I*i(mm-BflL iTi' v® • >1£1 '4JS1 rftP^ws^fST*' Jit .*iw« .vjs «: -SIKSL |vv .'15 Sl5 * *'. ST. JO TRIBUNE THE BAT A Novel from the Play By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART and AVLHY HOPWOOD •The Bat." copyright, 1920. by Mary Roberta Klueliart and Avery Ilopwood. wnu Service STORY FROM THE START Defying all efforts to capture him. after a long series of mur- ders and robberies, a super- crook known only as "The Bat" has brought about a veritable reign of terror. The chief of po- lice assigns his best operative, Anderson, to get on the trail of The Bat. With her niece, Dale Ogdw, Miss Cornelia Van Clorder Is living In the country home of the lata Courtlelgh Fleming, who until hla recent death had been president of the Union bank, wrecked because of the theft of a large sum of curren...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

v«r I r " . W&*> ■i,r■■■x. f 3-? THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE f Entered at the Posiofft. .it Shim Jo. ! [ Texas as Second Ctas* .Matter 1898. I! ?# it ! b r Published every Friday. I M I *1 5,000,000 MEMBERS A Short Sermon f, GOAL OF RED CROSS ROLL CALL By Rev. S. L. Ball, Sherman, Texas ♦ 1*' L. J REYNOLDS Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1927 Text: 'These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed the'r robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb. * Rev. 7:14. Subscription Rates—in One year Six month? Three month* . . Advance *n *ast two s^ort sermons on $1 00 what may or what may not be in hea- 50 yen, we have found that there is no .,g night Jjiere, but that there is ever- lastingjoy ond everlasting work; and ————————————- th; t there' would be no fine turkey din- Advertisinj; ratet- for display space ners and no marrying or giving in made known on application. man'age. But we will proceed to search for a few other things, r irst Business Local...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

V t juMH Pli^P^P-" :. • * T'Vi'X-./ ,r •" . ; v . ' ..VW|^K : v? • ■ .• •:• •• • . • , ' Sfe ■.?■* ' ■•;. - ■% BBBKBra Fulton, Guardian of the person and 1890 1927 Special Attention Will be given all floor cov- erings this week-end. We have a few specials left in Congoleum and Fi- bre Rugs,but they are going fast. We are especially grateful to you for the kind atten- tion and patronage given our Hallowe'en Display. SCOTT BROS. Embalmcrs * Furniture * * JAS. R. WILEY ATTORNEY Saint Jo, Texas NOTICE TO MAKE MINERAL LEASE. *•••***•** •**** * C.C. WARE Cleaning and Pressing * * Garments Called for and Delivered * * First Class Work * ************* **** -|i No. 2396 In the matter of the Guardianship of Edwin Leo Fulton, Jr., a Minor. In the County Court of Montague County, Texas, September Term, A. D., 1927. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ESTATE: Notice is hereby given that I,Fay ****** **« + *****«* * DR. CLYDE W. YETTER • ( 1 R ° 1 A c 1 1 c General Practice of Dentistry * " Ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

• f m ' " ^ - % 'r ST. JO TRIBUNE 4 Clean Kidneys By Drinking Lots of Water |Takt 8alU to Flush Kidneys If Bladder Bothers or Back Hurts ISatlng too much rich food may pro- duce kidney trouble In some form, vayg a well known authority, because the aolda created excite the kidneys. Then they become overworked, get •luggUh, clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly backache and misery In the kidney region, rheu- niatlc twinges, severe heudaclies, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urinary irri- tation. The moment your back hurts or kid- neys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, begin drinking lots of good water an<^ also get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take a tablespounful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys may then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lltlila, and has been used for years to flush clogged kidneys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 November 1927

<$ .-vV'- ...J;.; ," .. ST. JO TRIBUNE Wrin tortr— nmp- dw UUratur*: htrut la Uy. nU, nd A>">* •4rK/ floors are not expensive Never need replacement, yet cost no more than temporary floor cnvcriuEi. Add permanent value tor rental or reaalr. OAK FLOORING BUREAU 1293 Bulldera' Building CHICAGO 'rile man who saves Up something for a rainy day is (lie one who knows enough to go In when It rains. Don't Trust Your Butter To Luck.. r Market men and con- sumers are insisting on uni- form color, now-a-days, and no real dairyman can afford to trust to luck any more. Eteep your butter always that golden June shade, which brings top prices, by using Dandelion But- ter color All large creameries have used it for years. It meets all State and National Food Laws. It's harmless, tasteless and will not color Buttermilk. Large bottles cost only 35c at all drug and grocery stores. Weill & Richardson Co., Idc Burlington, Vermont U m "Yon used to my my wife was an angel." "I made no mistake...

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