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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

II NEBRASKA STATE NEwsi 1 It' - ! SETTLERS DEFEND TITLES. Several Answers Flied In the Boyd County land Cases. LINCOLN.-Deendants In the Boyd , ' + county land suits have filed answers asserting that they settled ; the prop , ' . \ orty in controversy In good fallh. They \ I . . . . \ allege that they have complied with ' ' 'tr . - . .JUlC law , and ask the supreme court for \ . x ; ! 'Uer. Stephen W. Tanner , A. T. Mc- Cright and Fraud Bodner have filed answcrs. After setting forth that the land was a part of the Fort ; Randall military reservation - ervation , the settlers assert that the board of educatIonal lands and funds I authorized ex.Land Commissioner Jacob - I - cob V. Wolfe to proceed to this reservation - vatlon and select certain lands as in- ' " deminlly school lands , and that among the lands 80 selected were those occupied - cupied by the defendants - . prairie ; that the said Jacob V. Wolfe did not intend to select in behalf of the state of Nebraska any lands In ' '...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

i , II I I I I' . , , ' * . r . ' . - . ' ' " > " , . ' . . . . . . ' " " : . , . ! , " , . . . , ' , . . . , . , . . , " . , ' . i . . . . . . . ' " , ' ' . . ' - TJ.IE 1 FALLS l C I'I'Y I Ti' : ' ' ,1 : - " Jlll'G J 10 , I goy } Y . ' _ ! . _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'A'A'A _ . _ - A"A _ . - . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A. . . . . . . . . . . . _ r " , - ' - - Correspondence News of the County as Told by Our Special Correspondents Fort Hazel ! News. Grace Jones is viiting fricnds in Salcm. Our ball ) ) team played a good game of ball Sunday. Mina Jones of S1. Joseph is vis- iting' her parents here The Owl club met at the home . of . James 1'ang'ncy Saturday night l\Ii : Kit of Denver , Colo. , is visiting friends and relatives in this vicl11ity. Quite a number of our people attended the meetings at Rube last week. Mabel Swain from near Reserve has been visiting relatives in this I vicinity for the past week. Anna and Emma ± P...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

f II I I ; i . DARKEST RUSSIA i ' \ . I DY II. RATTAN DONNELLY. 1 ) . COpyrIght , 1890. by Strcc .t Smith , All rights rescryed , _ _ _ _ _ _ II II II u -II -II-A . . - . - - - - - . . - - - . . . . . - . . . . . - - . . . - - - . - - . - - . - - . - - - ) . . . , . -.v----- . . . ---ww mow- CHAPTER IV.-Contlnued. , Once more Ivan carelessly turned . . . , 4 . . . . the leaves , and then without looking _ ; 'I\ l.lp asked , in a matter . of . fact way : 1t 1 \ 'You desire to sell the book-what Is . t . ' " \ . 'ti the price ? . I t "I preferred to leave that to the : I' ' I J , , _ . r , jUdgment of one who is better able to form an opinion of Its value than f I am m 'self. " \ 1 Ivan bowed. t I "You will pardon me If I say that the book Is not of sufficient value to I , find a place , as a rare volume , among the Baroness von Rhlneberg's collec t tlon ; but since you desire to dispose of it , and under the circumstances , I ; may say that the value of this ' volume : in St. Petersb...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

I unc 10 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE ' . . . . . . ' . . ' : wunc , 1904 .i. :1' . . . . ; , ; w - " . - - - . . - - - - - . - - - . , - - - - - - . ; , : , . . { II Educational Depariment Conducted by County Superintendent Croccr Preston School Notes Another school year has gone into history at Preston and those who attended regularly made splendid progress : luring the ycar. Commencement exercises were held at thc school building on \Vcdncsday evening , June 1st. I IIon. J. L. .McBricn ] , deputy state superintendent of T4incoln delh'- erect thc class addrcss. The ad- dress was an able one was to thc t point and greatly pleased all present . County Sup C.roclccr presented the diplomas and delivcrcd a splendid address which was well rcech'cd. The members of the class all acquitted themselves well and were thc recipients of many handsome boqucts and beautiful prescnts. The entire program was good and if space permit t'd wc would make special mention of each participPt1t. \Vc feel however...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

RIOT AT THE EXPO ' ALL BECAUSE A BULL FIGHT WAS . NOT PULLED OFF - . . . COV. DOCKERY STOPS THE SHOW ( i # - \ , , ; . : : cnsed Mob Fires One of the l.t" . World's Fair Buildings Because , . They Could not Get Money Beck Jj , ' , Paid to See the Fight ST. UlS-lncensed over their failure to see t1 "genuine Spanish bull fight , " which the authorities bad ordered - ' dered stopped , a riot was started in an arena near the 'Vorhl's Fair grounds Sunday 'evening by u. crowd of 2,500 men and boys who were unable . able to get their money back and the building was burned to the ground. Thu price of admission charged was $1. Four men were wry . ' . placed under arrest by the author- ties of St. Louis county , charged with the dstrucUon of proporty. The crowd , thinking these men were connected with the show , mad an attempt to mob them and in their encounter with the deputy sheriffs a . number were roughly handled and some received scalp wounds. The building is said to have cost $2,500. It...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

. . . - , . . . . . . . , - JU,1C 10 , 1904 1'111. FALLS CITY TRIBU\E ; _ . . . - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - NURSERY GARDEN IN JAPAN Curious Revelation of What Can Je Done In the Way of Training Dwarf Tru A Japanese nursery garden f. 1'JI l'evelution , HIQ'fi Macmillnn' : l'l1ere , on benches , in rows , sit tor. aired t trees in their bowls or pans ] of fnience. Their perfection iB a inn r'vel of patience , requiring yen rs for its nccomplishl1Hn ! ; , 80n1l'times one man will give us much gas ' au years' attention to a single little cherry tree. Each curve , each leaf , each twig has its : direction and proportion rpgu 111 t. . ed hJ' thc most rigid and immlm- ! OI'IIIIH'inciplps } ; and to have any value in .Tapllnefw eyes a dwarf Ihust conform absolutely t.o the iron rules laid down br the canons of taste in the days when Iyeyasu 'rokugawa paralyzed into an ada- mantine immobility the whole ar t'istic and intellectual life of the ; eoullt...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

a _ TIME TO ACT. When the back aches and you are ' always tired Li . > : r out , depressed - pressed and ; r nervous - : when sl'ep p t is disturbed by pain and by urinary " " I. . _ l- . . - ills , it's time f to act. The " kidneys are Blcle. Doan's tit' ' Kidney Pills ' cure sick kidneys quickly and perma- nently. Hero's proof. Mrs. W. S. Marshall , n. F. D. No. 1 , Dawson , Ga. , says : "My husband's back and hips were so stiff and sore that he could not get up from a ' chair without help. I got him a box of DOEm's Kidney P11Is. lIe Celt re- ' Iler in three days. One box cured him ; ' I A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney - ney medicine which cured Mr. Mar- shall will bo mailed on application to any part of the United Statos. Ad- _ dress Foster-Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. . - Y. Sold all dealers 50 " ' ' ' ' by ; price cents ' ' per box. f A fortified town calls itself a Gib- raltar Wild as little excuse as some women call themselves 1\I1\donnaB. i . Under the caption , "The Unio...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 June 1904

. . . . . _ _ . . - _ . - . - June 10 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , I Correspondence . ' . News of the County as Told by - ' ; : Our Special Correspondents Dawson. Ed. Huff of Burchard visited Dawson friends Sunday Vivian Hanna of Denver is vis- iting Mrs. Ethel Barlow Heim. Mrs. Cotton and Marie Emerson - son are visiting relatives in Illi- nois. Minnie Albright of Falls City is visiting relatives here this week F Nettie Shier went to Fremont i Monday to attend the summer } , school. i Mrs. J. C. Guinn has returned * from a visit to her old home ill & .t Missouri. Theresa Brick of St. Joe visited 1 Mamie and NeB Riley the first of the week Anna Nesladek of Falls City visited her brother and sister here over Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Harbaugh and son , Joe went to Kansas City Wednesday - day morning. Helen Martin of the Falls City " ' Journal was the guest of Mrs. Will T. Fenton over Sunday. The Omaha Medicine Show Company is at the opera house this w ek. They are showing to large au...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

I - - , . . . . . . " ' . .a1ht < ! tit ! ! ( Jribunt. . " 1t 1 t ' VOLiMEi FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA FRIDAY , JUNE 17. 1904 . NUMBER ' 24 I , , V . ' " Ladies , Entertain . r I The. ladies of the Woodmen . . . . i . . . ° , 'circle . enleitained the lodge in ' ' ' : the \V O. W. hall Saturday even- . : :1 : 1g. . . ; , Strawberries , ice cream . , - ai5d ' cake w re served and a most enjoyable . : . titnG w'as rep rted. 1 . . Signed' the Contract. Prof , William Harnack signed - ed a contract yesterday to fur- : 'nish _ . . . . . both . band . and orchestra for . " irs : r. : < , ; . ar-ie ! : ; . ' Salem. Cha 1.1 ta.tiq ua , Reher- . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , : , . , . : . . . 5als ? 0 will begin a.t ; once and ' chau- : 4tauqua patrons wIll be assured of \ II' first class musicd ring the entire / . ' . ' seSSIOn. , , " ' ' , " , Bitten by a Dog. o 7 . ' , ' A little son of Chas Lei ke was . f , ' i bitten , Wednesday ; . , by a dog own- : : f eel by ; l\In \ . Davis who l...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

falls . City Tribune , BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 1\ \ FALLS CITY . . NEBRASKA { . - . _ , - . . - - ' " - . , . Incredible fiB It may scorn , there 'Jpj no such place us Chow . chow on the map. Il's a wise husband who lets his wife nmw ] nil the arrangements for ' the summer vacation . ' , nr.w. Dr Locke ] says that only the good arc bravo but fortunately others besides the bravo are .good. 1 j It 11'1 ' sad to hear that Dill Nye's _ widow Is In want. That Is too frequently - . Iuently } the legacy of humorists. Wo don't know ] where the fly has been all winter long , but It was some- where where he got nicelY rested. After all Is said and cone ' : the disease - ease ) microbe still remains the most L. deadly Implement of modern warfare In Korea they sell the offices to the l highest bidder. They could hardly bo 1. L1 expected to let them go to the lowest 'n j "tt i As no news Is reported from Brazil . . " or Peru , It Is supposed that war Is , ' going on there in the same old monot...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

, . l . . , June 17 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE j Itrl Education a l De artm e . Conducted by County Superintendent Crocker t , C. H. 'Viltse returned home last r , week from an extended trip along the Pacific coast. He is delighted ed with his trip and feels that his time and money were well spent , but after all he saw noth- J . jug . to beat Richardson county. Iva Lowe , who has just recent- 1 t ly completed her work a1 ! special teacher of Latin and Literature in the Ponca high school has returned - turned to Falls City to spend the summer. She expects to teach in Richardson county during the ' coming , year. ' ' The Falls City board of educa- tion held a special meeting Mon- day e\'ening. It now seems cer- , tain..that Miss Bridges will re- main with the Falls City schools for at least another year , the board granted . her an increase in sala1T. I Clara Gagnon who taught the primary department in the Ver- don , schools last - year was elected to teach in the Falls City schoo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

l . - - falls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO FALLS CITY - t NEBRASKA - . . When a woman asks n man how much ho loves . her , she hm't na1tlng for Informntlon. And she expects hIm to answer In sUlernll ) ] ves. Less limn half of the Russian pope atlon ] cnn rend and wrIte. But thlnt ] of the technical ] dlrl1cultlos to be over- i como In learnIng HUflslun. 11 It has not been tlecllled yet whether a.t the New Jersey gIrl who tllled ] herr self becnullo she 1I111n't have It bIg , weddIng shall have a big funera ) There are only one war and sIx revolutions ] In progress In South Amerl I I cn. This condItion of South AmerIcan pence Is becoming frIghtfully monoto , nous. 1 It appears that LillIan Russell has for nome time past been drawIng $1 , . f 200 1101' No wonder that the airy fairy LillIan finds It so easy to get mnrrh.H1. The Baltimore Sun wants to know ' , Ir "tho Russian type has changed. " Some of those RussIan names have certainly played havoc with the types r In thIs co...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

" Jun C 10 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - - , President of Sorosis ' , ' Delivers Annual Address ' A a recent business mecting' ( . . ! ' of Sorosis ; ; 1\lrs. 'Vm.Vilson , thc president , dclivcrcd thc annual address as follows : Your delegate , Mrs. Holland has given you a most excellent report of the seventh h biennial , thc secret of whose power and charm lies in that magic word- : fricndship. Your president has i . tried to give you just a glimpse of the social functions where the Nebraska delegates pa.tock . : of the charming hospitality so grac- iously extended to thc delegate by thc hospitable c1ubwom'n of ' . . St. Louis. Our highest aim would be to bring to you some of the inspiration , thc spirit of true devotion and helpfulness for _ others and of thc grand and noble work which is being clone by. this great body of dignified self sacri- ficing womcn-could you have seen this gathering of women coming from glacier bound Alas- ka and sunny Florida-from thc granite ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

- _ - . _ _ - - - 1 - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 r. , , , . , I . . I I I . t , o I , , . . 1 . 4 , v . . ; , r I , t L' 4 ' fmlf 1 ; ,4 9 „ r I h ; I . rrF . ' . . . , , . . . " Biography of "Old Mooch" l Age , 45 ycars Weight , 1,000 pounds. , Killed : 4 men , 800 head of cattle , hOI'ces , colts , etc. Shot over a hundred tlm s. Reward offered , for him for thirty years. Cost of his depredations , $30,000. Identified by toe missing on right I hind foot. , - "Old Mose , " the most dreadful grizzly - 7.1y bear in the United States , met I loath befitting his lon ] ; life of murder and outrage on a recent Saturday I ovonlng. His lust stand was made in a quaking asp draw within the con- I l1noo of his homo among the brolwn rocks at the northwest corner of Ii , 'BIncle mountain Ho died befitting his I' rank tend lay down in his lust sleep with imllosing grandeur II ' Shot through ail through times without number , baited with every . device and cunning known to the ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

r . .J JUlre I it IQ04 I ' TIIE I FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ _ _ i - - - - - 1- . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ ! d { THE li'ALLS crrr TRIBUNE PUblisliel Every riday I at l'ALLS ; CITY , NEBRASKA - By 'l'RIBUN8 PUBLISHING CO v , - - - t Elltet'cel a ± ; second-c1nSs mnUcrt .Tantl- " ) . . L , : my 11. 1'.m.Jat the post office : Jt.l."I1 ' r' . . , City. Nco. , tinder the Act of Congress vf Mu'h Jt 13i'l. ' . . . _ . _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ONE . : DOLLAR PER YEAR . Telephone 1 1 -.T 'W. ' _ "VI _ ( ) . . - . IRE E PUB LI C . . \ i'1 TICKET. I . . . 1'icsic ! eiitial Elect n- . 'J' I : : . A. Be.rlou , Pawncc I' \ A. C. Sn ith , Douglas : A. C. Abbott , Dodg-c F ' 1J4. . Nor\'nlt Seward . i , - , v. P. Hall Phelps ' -II. : ! A. Brown Buffalo - . ' . H. I3. { Wilsollt Lancaster \ J. C. Robinson t Douglas - - - - - ( ; ,1vtrnor--- _ . . . - + _ J. H. Mickey ' Jictttcnailt : Governor Ia. G. 'M'Gilloll , _ Secretary of State _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ . Galusha Aild tOl. . . _...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

t r , I . MID TfIE ! WOULD"S I . ; BEST WRITERS I THB AGE OF ALUMINUM. . I Ever since the separation of the I metal aluminum from its ores-nnll 'j every claybanle Is an aluminum mine -Inventors have dreamed of an "am- mlnum age " whose mechanical mars . a vels should leave as far behind the present "ago of steel" as wo surpass I the "ago of stano" of the primitive man Here was a beautiful metal that was only a third as heavy as Iron ; and \ what limit could there bo to time wonders - I deI's Its use would make possible. The long.awalted airship was to become a reality and a revolution was to come ut once In shipbuilding , railroading I. and automobiling. i But little CUll he dune with n. metal , so soft that to secure the sumo , 1 strength as much aluminum In weight I I fiS of Iron must bo usod. H only some way of temperIng It could bo found ! Now the announcement comes from Germany that this problem has been I solved. "Metoorlt" Is a simple alloy of aluminum and phosphorus , and fo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

June 17 , 190L THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE - - - - - _ _ un _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ _ _ _ _ u - ' 4 fACTS AND FANCIES. ( BY ALLAN D. MAY. It is a mean man who refuses to answer a purely : business let- . Jcr when a stamp is enclosed for it reply " \ /L. ' I . 'n. > ' If..sontc . men were as zealous in , ryy : : : religion : as they arc in politics there would bc a larger male attendance - , . . ( l dance at divine services each 1 I Sunda . \ . ' . ; t , < , . . , He is a selfish man who stops \ . his wagon on a street crossing I ' . . . I ' ' . . and deeps ] a lot of . people waiting . rather than walk around in thc . 111 ud. . A Falls City woman has a hat that cost fifty do11ars. Her hus- dand is wearing the straw hat . _ - . . . . . . . . that hc paid a dollar for last . Ut11mcr. I . . - ; The prisoner at the bar cares I . . . little about the great , American , right of free spcech. It'is the right of free silence that he ap- . . . ' ' : ' reciates most. . ! ; . . \Vhen ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

_ - ' - - \ . - - ; Qnd IN'vN11L The rlnscn Light Curc. ! United States Conslll Frazier at , \ Copenhagen , Denmark , reports that In the Finson Medical Light Instllute , t now a state sanitarium , 1,367 cases had IlCen treated up to May , lD03 , by r the Plnsen rays or these most were , lupus vulgaris , and in about 1,000 cases the best results had been aUaln. . ed , so that "in most cases one may I count definitely upon a cure , " to use the official language. The doctors at the Infllltuto are extremely conservative - tlve and never promise to effect a , cure ; hut the records show that in a , majority of the cases where sufferers have been encouraged hy being admitted . mitted flfJ patients cures have been offected. In time one case of the American patients where the physi- clans have not yet determined whether . or they can give relief It appears the . , . . patient Is suffering from a rather - : . deep sented cancer , but the Finsell rays cIa not cure any but the most superfici...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

GIVE BABIES FRESH AIR. . : Boston Little Ones Sleep on Roof and . . . . . Balconies. ' Putting the baby to sleep In n 'box j ' on top of the flat roof of n modern - I . .1" : . . skyscraping apartment house , or In . . , , , ' the Iron balcony far above the side- , walk , or even on the brand window . " scat of the upper story , at the very ' : edge of the precipitous light , Is the -i. : . newest method of fresh air training . ; ' , > i' . ' ' which Is developing among the " , . . . . . ' I wealthy and arIstocratic families of I ; - 'it ; - the Back : Bay and Brookline , Boston . . , . . ; ] l : .iI < . . ' ' p. it : " , i uiiii 1 ' . " J\ . ; : : , ' I I fllPiIlTfl JRii'AT I . "d- " c' : " - ; ' , - ' . , . , ' " , , . , , : . " , . . ; , ' " , " . - , T P \ . ' . > tl " , I . - . . . , ! " : , , . ' " t " . ! " . . . . . " The treatment has become so popu- 1nr that along almost any street In . the exclusive section of the city one . : ' may look up 10 the lIlII/C Itul'le...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 17 June 1904

, a THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . . . ' . . ' r June 17 ; 19) . 1 . - ' .1'.r - " - - ti'1ieuL illslizr i , 1''yI' , nets , bnrlevnnd , ( ' . It iH vastly ' ( ( ' ' l.mrln\1\'at. . \ IH 11001'1' i : Ollllllln ' of Ihl'HP ill itch : in pro 1l'in , ill filll'l' and in fa I , allll surpluses in Hhurob. II iH pluses Ilwlll only I not 10 he I Nought of for any west 'I'll Pmnpl } ( " as n 1I1ain 8Ptiole of fooll. however , it is not aH n main article of food that if : i'l : ' ' , ' . 0111' dip is r . used ill Ihh ! ; OIlIlII'Y. . ; fOI'III11al'lr ' , 111\1l'h more 'al'il'll " t 1' than Ihnl l of the .18p11nese : \ ' : . HiN' ' hI ( l'IJlIo.n'd ) } ) in inl'I'ItRing ( qllall' lily , : sold 10 8dvuutage : , itS n pal t , . aIable \ I subHiditry ! : i : article I of f hp I 11:1. : tional ( 11ieI II iR a peculiarity ' of the h\11UIII \ : Htomal'h that ill adlli- tion 10 ) ( l)0 uulritive duality } iu food it denlaudn \ mere hull" Con I'Pllil'ale'l ( foods snap ! ruin tItp di , : ; t'Slion. ! \ I...

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