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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 June 1899

THE GAZETTE Prousria itv-t Widi^-S ?BT? BARCLAY AND XQMPANT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS tl 00p**i inch for fret Insertion and 60c. for ec iii ?-*, rtnygtirc lhr*\*eu*r<*t TH_h W-IGILS Ot LABOR. [old stuidard organs are makit, a of th* in_|fa#y|ll|Jfc in a factories, at* Miifeident* an proof that prc-apmjty "haa strmck t e wage work en aa well kt the mo ope Lstaa^-Whowill be foe.*-? Not -hr mea who ere out of employment; not ih* men Working for le?s than enough to keep body and soul together decent ly; not any intelligent observer of th* econ* of events. After Cleveland, Rothschild _. Co.'s panic in 1898 wages every wnere were ent; and when times failed to gat better under tb* gold cor* treatment then administered bj ?engross nt th* dictation of Wail *treel through Wall street's igent, Grover CleTeiaad, wages weare eat again aad again. Jiving th* *asapaifu af 1898 ?aarlyallof th* great employ an of labor, und*f pfnsnri from th* merer*, Itated to tb*ir tend* thst if Brynn ?hould b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 June 1899

NEWS IN BRIEF. M. J. Heister, of Harri-u nburg, ig the guest of friends here. Mr. Crebbs of Chicago is the guest of hia brother at Elmeria. Min Mary Laving, of Amherst, Is the guest of Miss Margaret Witt: Mila Fowell, of Alexandria, is the guest of Miss May Haskins. : Clemmer Humphris, of Vesuvius, was tha guest of friends hore this week. Mr. Joe Glasgow and wife are thf guests of W. A. Glasgow. Mr. Garrow, of Texas is attending commencement. *?* Misi Fannie MeKutt of the Rock bridge Baths, is tbe guest of Mrs. T. E. McOorklo. Prof. H. W. Barclay, of Roncevert, W. Va., it the aunt of hit father, Mr J. W. Barclay. Min Ethel Witherspoon of Lexing? ton, Ky., ia tba guest of Min Marj Wilton. Mitt Grainer, of Philadelphia, and lilias McGuire, of Winchester, are tho gouts of Mrs. J. R. Tucker. Mossnf Jack and Harry Carmichael, of Grafton, W. Va., ara visiting their mothar, Mra. John Carmichael. Minn Amy andj Katie Rogers, of Nelson county, are visiting Miss Marga? ret Withrow. MinMiah and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 June 1899

.11 I I ?? A PREACHER ON THE MUSCLF. Birmingham, May 31.?Rev. W. D. Ernest, who is tho Methodist minister in charge of the church at Wylaud, a small mining town near this city, did the John L. Sullivan act last nig.it to an unruly youth who disturbed chuich worship and knocked out the fellow in the first round, A protracted meetiug has been in progress for some time. Several young men and women have been so boisterous in the rear part of tho church during services tbat Mr. Ernest wai compelled tho other day to have one of the "youtha arrested, uia exhortations having proven unavailing. Last night the same youth wno noisy again, and Mr. Ernest remonitratad in vigorous languago from the pulpit, nstog torte and tart ^English in doing BO. When his lennon bad been eon. eluded tho young man walked up to the rostrum, and after tome parley, de? manded an apology. At tba tame time, perhaps to frighten Mr. Ernest into aequieacenee, he put his hand in his hip pocket aa if to draw a pistol. Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 June 1899

THE LEXINGTON Vol. 95* No. 25 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 21. 1899. ^ $1,5 a Your The Deering Idci ??a?? mum. Uso Peering Binder T' Wc also handle " Jones' Scales Z M The Vulcan Plo THE OWEN JUST AF Two Ca Buggies, Carria< AU tho latest stylos including Rubber I have reopon<*e. he Old ___cd? and styles of V. F>__ 12STT13 ghort ne *1! i ... i inlier, this is jus-t thc oy Muggie- . . ii. .rf, Kejupeers, Howers, Dril Wagon* iii o.ioit, everything Ihe fanner ne Heineinber wo eany a full.line of Stank "?OT. I''. I-?I Corner of Main a New York Life In J. W. McCLUNG, Agent, ?"HTThe oldest International ineujane??* ct Jy grown f or fifty-/our years. W Is under 1 nients. ?!*" olicies are ineontif-tirb'eaiid n days gm ce ce given in raj nu nt of purniun at 5 per cent interest. "-HTNo restrictions n living, or manner of death. CiT Issues all fe Payment Life nnd Endowment; and all these when it becomes a claim by dealhj <? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 June 1899

MHM^HHM-_-We_M!a-eMqHMriSJHPPrM| THE GAZETTE Published every- Wbdnksd./ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OOper Inch for first insertion, and 50c. for ecah c ou tlnuanee thereafrot JEFFERSONIAN PRINCIPLES The libel tieas we enjoy we ov e large? ly to Thomas Jefferson, the ^uthor ol the Declaration of Independence nnd the steadfast opponent of the grafting upon our body politic of Englirh aris? tocracy of European militarism. OnJy the germs of plutocracy were visible in Jefleraon's day, but bank control of tne currency shows where he would stand in these "currency reform" days. Un? less we return to Jeffersonian princi? ples and apply them to present day conditions we shall be reduced to a worse and more degrading condition of vassalage than that from which Jef serson's labors guarded us in tbe early years of this century. "Jefferson would trust the people," says a New York writer, "not because the people are always trustworthy, but because there is really nobody else t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 June 1899

^DYSPEPSIA "Uvwife suffered for many years from Ne tous Dyspepsia, ; iclc Hcadruh.-, Sleep] nnd Nervous Debility." writes Ioho 1 Philadelphia. " We tried man* n'liv.i-in'rJ ? n,i numerous remedies, such aa bloexl purifiers. nerye-rcstorers and strengtheners and bleed foods, bnt with no results, until I heard of John? son's Dyspepsia Cure. We bought six of the larK slze boxes, and the results far surpassed our cx peetat.?:w Uta. Kelloes* health began to merni immediately: she now eats and sleeps well is pining in flesh, and her color, whieh had eo; to be yelfo* and sickly, is now as fresh as when we were first married, and I tell her that John ?on s Dyspepsia Cure haa made her ten years younf er. Large Boxes, 10c. 25c and 50c. McCiurn Drug Company. NEWS IN BRIEF. A Cyclorama Showing tbe Movements Of Onr People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. ] Miss Laura Beeton is visiting friends in Baltimore. Mrs. H. A. W-ite is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 June 1899

m ' Vn__.RASKA TOWN SWEPT BY I 1 STORM. '4 STORM. Ohaha, Neb., June 13.?A torondo struck the town ot Herman, in Wash \ ington county, this evening, and wiped the piree out of existence, Herman iR a plate of about 300 inhabitants.in the extreme northern part of Washington eounty. It is on the line of the Chicago, ' St.|Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail \ way. / Omaha, Neb., June 13.?The torna? do that struk the village of (Herman this evening wrought fearful destruction. A ? oonductor on the evening train from Sionx City passed through the place not long after the storm, and he Bays not a building ia left standing in town. He counted twelve dead bodies lying in the streets. The fatalities will un? doubtedly run up to a hundred if not higher. A special train has left Blair, the eounty seat, ten miles distant, for the scene of disaster, carrying surge >ns rand all needed supplies. Wires are all down north of Herman rand it id not known how much further north the storm went, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 June 1899

i \**< ty-. LEXINGTON Cl4__i_Tm ? ?_B_a Vol.95. No. 26 Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 28, 1899. <( $1,5 a Year ' le i< fc=?2 The Deering Ide mum. Use Peering Binder 1 We also handle I Jones' Scales r_. The Vulcan Plo TBE OWEN JUST Al Two Ci Buggies, Cania, AU ths latest styles Including Rubber I have reopened the Old. __h.Oc5 and styles of Vt*W _=__INTI short not Ue' le tuber, this ls just the o Boggier-, ..ni .-i, Reapers, Mowers, Dr Wagon* i.. -Msu-at. everything the farmer n KtiiAiuoer we carry a full Hoe of Stapl Comer of Malu i New York Life Ii J. W. MoCLXJNG, Agent, ?WThe oldest International iuBiiiauce < frown for fifty-four years. ??'"Ie under tit. *AT oltfea^re hseohfef-jtabJeandt tra eg ae grveai lapaimfat of pit n itu pr cast .?_??*...ta^rWrt'-tt-strirUori-i ?^ or ___?ttf (kath. -IT Issues all f. Pa** vent Life and _?do*eJr*_eBt; snd ail the* whea ft becomes a cia!Rt by death] trTllett, ?yon, nsttipyio p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 June 1899

THE GAZETTE fUBLISUKD SVKBY WSONKSO-/ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS *1 OOper , inch for first Insertion, and 60c. for ecah ' continuance thereafrat VICTORY CERTAIN IN 1900. Bimetallism, despite ell conspiracies on the part of Republicans to retire it, still remsins the dominant issue. The currency question (whether the gov? ernment or tbe bsnks shsll is ue the paper money of the country) is going to forge to the front as one of the burn ing issues in next year's campaign. The solution of these if sues as outlined by the Chicago platform (free coinage of silrer at the ratio of 16 to 1 and the abolition of national bsnks of iasne) would soire the trust question. The money trust is the parent root of si I trusts, and until it is demoliaed tbe others will flourish. There ctn be no such thing as a legitimate fight on the trusts without the offer of a specific remedy. Thst kind of skulduggery will be left to the Republicans. They will hare an antitrust blank, but sill offer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 June 1899

iDNkv pi _Ls THEY CUREI NOT SIMPLY RELIEVE. " ? ? ? Oh. what a bleasinjj year KidtteT Mila have been lo me. I con d nut straighten up for a yetar,ami walkin* nearie kille* ~?!. Kow! could ran a foot-race, and whet . <*e a tnaa humping along. I tell him to get a box of John? son'* Kidney lille and gxi well." J.lru Jracas vier pocket eur. Canton, ohio. 25 PILLS 10 CENTS. ??parlor to any high-priced remedy. By mail, on rtectlpt Bf Atc Kent stamps. McCrum Drug Company. NEWS IN BRIEF. A Cyclorama Showing the Movements Oz Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. Misses Eva Md Clara Hazelwood are il Roanoke visiting relatives. Mr. Henry Sellers Md wife, of New York, are registered at The Lexington. Miss Lois Gorrell is visiting friends in Kentucky. Mrs. J. J. White has returned from Alabama where she spent the winter. Mrs. W. G. Brown, of Missouri, is visiting her mother. Mrs. J. J. White* Mrs Walker, of Lou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 June 1899

Ill?Ill ll ' ii is.i' PREACHER SCORES MAYOR, f Atlanta, Ga., June 19.?In a sensa? tion al sermon last night Dr. L. G. Broughton, rastor of the Baptist Tabernacle, called upon the City Coun? cil to impeach James G. Woodward, Mayor of Atlanta. Dr. Broughton said the chief executive wasja confeseea j gambler, a libertine, a sot and a dis j grace to the city. At these words tba - audience of about 2,000 people oheeroo. i In [the course of his remarks In I Broughton said: ?'When the Mayor was a member of an important committee to go to Wash ington on the matter of tha Federal prison site, he was drunk most of the time, snd there wera other things that occurred in connection with him that I hesitate to mention from the pulpit* He should be impeached at once. If the members of the City Council do not impeach bim, I shall take stops my self. No auch man haa a right to ba Mayor of thia city. The situation is iiidecent and disgraceful.'' _. j sa WHAT SHE KNEW. ?'When dote tha next train that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 July 1899

THE LEXINGTON Gaaj_TTE* Vol.95. No. 27 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July fl, 1819. <{ IU a Year The Deering Idea mam. Use Deering Binder Tw We also handle S Jones' Scales ???! The Vulcan Ploi THE OWEN JUST Ali Two Cae Buggies Carrig All the lateBtatylese ? o'udlng Rubber ' I have reopo : he Old. T-hccli nnd stylo* . f Y?.i..vios, AP Jk. I KT Til ?hort int ii v. liumeniber, this is Just the ov BuggU-, I Ut lieus, Reapers, Mowers, Dril Wagon*, in shoit. everything the farmer nei Remember we carry a (ull line of Staple Comer of Main a New York Life In J. W. McCLUNG, Agent, **aT*The oMeat lutere_.lk_eU iufcuiaiice ci ^grown for fifty-four yearn. **HTIb under nts. *W olicies are incontt ttab'e and n days gra pe ae given lu ya} pu nt of piexmuo at 5 per cent interest. (sr.No restrictions i living, or manner of death, (tfie'suee all fe rayment l._?aa* _?_?wment; ana all Ines when it becomes a claim by death, _TBefo you a sample policy. Al ttUUT eil Baal Ern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 July 1899

THE GAZETTE PrjBHBHitn kvkrt Wann?U)-/ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl OOpor Inch for first insertion, and 50c. for ecah continuance thereafrot ACTING CHAIRMAN JOHNSON SAYS. J. G. Johnson (Kansas)?Nothing has occurred since 1896 io shake the faith of Democrats in the principles an? nounced in the Chicago platform. Tbe financial question it still the dominant issue, and all other economic questions are but collateral to it. If the present program of the Bepublican party gold standard, retirement of green? backs, control of paper money issue and volume by the national banks had been honestly annouaced, or even hinted at, in their plat'otra of 1896, Mr. Bryan would have Lad a million -plurality; By next year they will be: fully committed, in their national plat? form, to the program of the banks and money lords, and as the Chicago plat? form ot 1-306 presents the political antithesis of that program, the Demo? crats will withoat doubt reaffirm tbat declaration, thai pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 July 1899

aTaawt-traawaw-aawaraaswt^^ i a'n jj-ee INDIGESTION Cured by Johnson's Dy?r 'psia Tablets "I suffered over two years with Indigestion an^ Nervous Dyspepsia, unable to eat or sleep. 1 tried several physicians and different remedies, but they only helped me Cm a short lime. A friend advised me to take J> Imson's Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken three boxes and am now feeling better than I have for tw > years. Have ? good appetite, sleep well and have nfene of the symptoms of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, while I' have gained ten pounds in weight within a couple of months. I am taking pleasure in re? commending Johnson's Dyspepsia Cure where ever I can, ana eeveral of my friends are taking lt with marked results."?!,. A. Arnold, Cinn. Large Bom. tOc, 26c and 80c, FPS MLE BY NEWS IN BEIKP. A Cyclorama Showing th? Movements Of Oar People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. Mrs. W. S. White and family and Misa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 July 1899

MamraaTSBSataMLaMBtB WHAT IS THE GOOD OF GOING TO CHURCH. Look at the steady strain upon y<J|L The average American week ia one in? tense effort tt> get beyond the limita? tions of the week jost gone. Every nerve and foroe of body and brain hive been under the stress of excitement and rush. Six days are enough for the severe tension, and break many a on| down in the process. Let the struggle be stopped every week by one perfeet day of rest. The church is essentially a place of rest. Every part of the e enrica furnishes re* lief -from the burdens and'cares of the week. The music bringa calm and re? freshment. The hymns lift one above the plane of the secular an d common? place. The lessons from the Bible,end ihe preaching on topies connected with present and future accountability, lead one into A flew field of thought, and give a sense of responsibility and a scrioas significance not at aU suggest el by the activities of business**. The Snnday service inevitably...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 July 1899

LEXINGTON GAz^lTli !5^?*'***T?*J*?*gf*ayg!!^**T*****^^ ii ??iawa*w*^?a*?**a*?*k*'?jewawn* Vol. 95..No. 28 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, July 12, 1819a <{ $1.5 a Year The Deering Idee mum. Use Deering Binder Ti We also handle 2, Jones9 Scales S. S The Vulcan Ploi THE OWEN JUST Al Two Cai Buggies Carnap AU the leJri*e^atj le** Including Rubber ' I haia riaopeiiedd tha Old UR, hod ( aad styles of Vehicle*. xPmt\ 11ST 1" 11 rt notice). Re* n Ur, this is just the oyi glee, Harte ?* I, apers, Mowers, Dril rona le. mi,...i. . veuytbing th* farniar not R?n.. ii.t m v<e carry a tull Hoe of Staple Corner of Main a .New York Life In J. W. McCLUNG, Agent, ?et" The oldest Intel-national insuiauce ce ly grown for fifty-fonr years. f^Tlp under ?Benia tW oUcles are fnccntntub't* snd i. tfa-ejs gr*ct ae given in pa*,taint of pumrun il 6 per cent laterest. BwJRe restrictions a rSmtg, or maimer of death. <*f Ittuto aU ft Pap, meat Lift aad Endowmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 July 1899

THE GAZETTE PUBLISHSD BVKRT WzDNESDk/ ?BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS *1 OOper Inch for first insertion, and 50c. for ecah Continuance thereafset "I believe that the policy ot the United States, adopted in 1853. of coining fractional silver coins in limit? ed quantities from silver bullion pur? chased ai market price, and ni .Ung them legal tender for small sums, ia the only way to preserve ihe parity of gold and silver coins at a fixed ratio. Thia ia properly called bimetallic mon? ey."?John Sherman. Hie idea of bimetallism is gold as full legal tender, with free coinage of ihat metal alone, and small .-henge in silver, et. faed on governmet account and made legal iendsr for "smt.ll sum*.' If that be the correct definition ef bimetallism, then we bave "trimetal lism'' in this country, because we auto havenieUea, -coined on government account and legal tender for small suma. In fact, we have "quaJioaaetal lism," because wa also have cents of a tlifferent metallic compo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 July 1899

M All That5 No soap, no soda, no fa Bf bnt water is needed I ht and beautifully c It cleans everything cheaply, thoroughly. ? where. Largest packag economy. TM? W. K. WAlaXUAUM. CO Caleage. st. Louie. Hew Tork. Boat HnanaaaaaooaoM NEWS IN BHIEP. A Cyclorama Showing the Movements Of Oar People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. Mrs. Waugh, of Baltimore, is the guest of Mre. J. D. Rogen. Mr. Henry O. Dold is at Wilson Springs. Mrs. Daniel Brown has returneJ frem the Rockbridge Baths. Miss Janie Campbell has returneJ trom a visit to Charleston, W. Ya. Mr. John W. Mackey, of Buffalo, is visiting his brother in California. Maa. Walter Marks is visiting her I e sitter in Clifton Forge. Mrs. C. J. Hayes and sister, Miss Minnie Johnson, left thia morning to visit Mist Lenna Brace, in Roanoke. Mr. F. Hughe ob has leased the Cen? tral Hotel, on tbe corner of Jackson aroma and Nelson atreet. It should be one f the first officia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 July 1899

THfcOBOP CONDITIONS. Effects of tbo Weather of the Past Week. Washington, July 4.?-The following is thc summary of the crop condition** ?'The drought in the South Atlantic States and in Tennessee is greater than nt the closo of tbe previous week and rain ie now needed in the Ohio Valley and por.'irms of the Lake region. Phe? nomenally heavy rains have fallen in central arid -eastern Texas, whe-e amounts ranging from two to I w* oty- j one inches are reported, causing the inundation of a large acerage of grow? ing crops. In the central valleys on the Atlantic coast north of Virginia, the central Gulf States and generally throughout the Bocky Mountain and Pacific coast regions, j, the wi atber con? ditions of the week have beou favorable "As in the previous week, corn has made very favorable progress in the principal eora States, although begin? ning to'need rain'in southern Missouri. Tho crop, however, is backward in North Dakota, Wiscons'n, an J portions of Iowa. In Texas,, corn has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 19 July 1899

THE LEXINGTON Ga^hI Vol.'95a No. 29 Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July 19, 181 C. la*aa*Maaaasa i $1.5 a The Deering: Idee mum. Use Deering Binder Ti We also handle " Jones' Scales Z M The Vulcan Ploi THE OWEN JUST AF Two Cat Buggies Cairia^ All the latest styltw including Rubber ' I have reopened the* Old R.liode' anti styles of Vehicle's. F A. 11ST T 1 1 short notice. Uer ? 1 .1 cr, lhi.s is Just ilia ott Buggies, Han* >i i lipers, Moweis, Drll Wagons- ii .n. ir-iything the farmer net Ke t kit. **? cany a full litre of Staple "OT-. 17*. JRl! Corner of Malu an *e***ni ? ? I I isT****s**s*a?aT**eTSB*a^r? New York Life In JW. McCLUNG, Agent, ?eSTThe oldest International insuiante ct ly grown for fifty-four years, -t* ls mx.t r t nients. IsT oliciee are inconttrtab'e m.tl m drays grace ae givtn In raj mt nt of pit minn at 5 per cent interest. *t*"iNo rcbtricticuf? ni living, or manner of death. eSTIfeues all foi Payment Life am? Endowment; and all these...

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