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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 April 1894

ir. v -. v. , H 'ft VOL. "VII. AKE THEY ANGUY ? The Opposition Seem to bo a Little Itlled. When wc took up the Benton 7?cc onl of last wcclc and began to read the article headed "Circuit Clerk and Recorder," we expected to be annoy ed with some of Smith's fiiiscellan eous ideas (?) and told the 1 'devil" to provides some paregoric. Before we had half finished the article, how ever, we concluded thatSmithwasn't "in it" at all, but that Ed. Crowe or Tommy Moore had bobbed up serene ly. But at the close here was the give-away. We recognized the elor quenca(?) We had heard it before. "No, sir; we know the metal of out county judges. They rc men M stamina and good judgment." Th s is the same strain of argument us: u by our so-called prosecuting attorney when he was pleading before 'Squire Cannon, trying to send Jake Milljer to the pmitentiary for having a fif teen sent toy trick which th? sapiejnt Joe thought wa3 a counterfeit ijfig machine. II j knew tho "stamina and good judgment" of t...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 April 1894

! i mi an I. v i U X lit .7 -i.i THE SCOTT COnHTYMSBOT. , TUVU A. HAfJfErt, FablUher. fiENTON. MISSOURI. Wetter wheat was seriously dam aged in many localities by the recent freeze. Gov. Jackson of Iowa signed the Martin mulct and local option bills on the 29th. Gov. William McKiki.ky of Ohio was given an informal reception in the hull ot representatives at St Paul, Minn., on the 99th. New York city has been fairly flood ed with tramps recently, and the po lice have inaugurated a concerted ef fort to get rid of them. Latr advices from Hawaii state that the American league and the Union party have amalgamated, the platform of the latter being adopted with a few changes. The senate resolutions on the death of Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian pa triot, were forwarded, on the 27th, by Vice-President Stevenson to the family of the deceased. The prospect of a commitment to the workhouse for thirty days under the vagrancy act awaits those members of the Coxey army who succeed in reach ing Wash...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 April 1894

THE SCOTTCOUmmSBOY. . A. HAFKER, Publlier. BESJTON. . MISSOURI . PATIENCE. Be patient! Eur words to cpeak While plenty nils the cup of life, : While health brings rosea to the cheek, ' - And fr removed are care and strife. Falling so fllby from the tongue Of thoae I often think of this Vhotr suffering hu never wrung. Who scarcely know what patience la. Be patient! When the luff'rer lies Prostrate beneath some fell disease, And longs, through torturing agonies. Only for one short hour of ease. Be pattentl When the weary brain Is racked with thought and anxious care, And troubles la an endless train tJeem almost more than It can bean To feat the torture of delay The agony of hope deterred; To labor still from day to day The prize unwon, the prayer unheard; ..And still to hope snd strive and watt The due reward of fortune's kiss This is to almost conquer fat, This Is to learn what patience is. Despair not) though the clouds are dark, And storm and danger veil the sky; Let fate and cour...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 April 1894

ml SCOTT COUNTY -NEWSBOY. Phil. A Vfsik, Publisher. TEliMS. Jrr Yrar, in Atlranct.- 00 Jjr than i lVcir, per Mntttit . . 10c. A?:NOrNCEMENTS. VOR CCHT5nES3, XVe'are authorized tonnrounco MAHSHAM. irVKNOI.D ax candidate for Congrats from the Fourteenth District, subject to tho Demo Vrutio nominating ciinwntteu. Ife an'ri'tiilol,i7.cdo'lfnnonnee tho follow ing candidate for orow In Scott County. sub ject ti tlic Democratic primary election, to Lc eld Tuesday. August 21, 1W4: For 'Sheriff, E. A. JOHNSON. Vor County Clerk. CHA8. S. STONK. "For Prosecuting Attorney. MILO G.GUESHAM. Yor Assessor. FKANK-.,riTlStIlT.. The South Carolina liouor law has 'led to insurrection and bloodshed.. :Sut'h fnatorial as Gov. Tillman's tepies are sure to bo made of are like ly to get thenwoJros iuto trouble. They are, nine times out of ten. men "of "no character, who take up the spy business as an easy way to make a lazy living. Some of these sneaks fired on defenceless citizens in Dar lington, the citiz...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 April 1894

fTfi NEWSBOY TY 2i V As to tiro Kansas Clty.Con veatteft. f , , , Editor Nkwsbot i , In response yow request that I should pive jo tfly views on theduty of Democrats at the coming cttn-' tlbn, 1 have this to Sy': It Is time the old line Democrats Xvere falling into le-that tfrfcrttt class who still adhere to the immor tal principles of the Farty, thettirdy feomtifetSfA.(tiQ country, the descen dants of the school of Jefferson arid Jackson. How are the mighty fal con! To what tsso , uses has the grand oM party "been prostWttdd "By the bankers, plutocrats and coupon clippers of the Hill and Cleveland pattern. . We of the old f cjtocj feereoi Democracy have bctfa betrayed oy Wall street codfrofJi..,.,The good old jmoney, silver, which had", "during all the trying times of our struggles ftk independence through all the chang ing fortunes of cmrrational existence, walked hand is hv.ua with gold as money of the constitution and of the people, lias been debased by the sub 'scrviant and cri...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 April 1894

mMconmmsBoi. rail. A. UAVNEKt FahlUinr. "BENTON. MISSOURI. Ax the city election in Spring Hill, Kaa., on the 8d, women were elected to all the municipal offices, including mayor, conncilmen and polioe judges. Sib Julias PAxmcKroTB. British am- bassador to the United States, will probably succeed Sir Edward Malet as ambassador to Germany at the end ot this year. - Hon. A. L. Thurston, of Honolulu, Hawaiian minister to the United States, was married, on the 5th, at Benton Harbor, to Miss Harriet E. Potter, of 6t Joseph, Mich. Thb house of representatives, on the 4th, refused, by a rote of 144 to 114 less than the necessary two-thirds ma jority to pass the seigniorage bill over the veto of the president Thb business failures during the week ended on the Cth, numbered 349 Sn the United States, against 105 for the same time last year; and SO in Canada, against 28 lost year. Mrs. Augusta Schmidt, daughter of Baroness Schlinger, was convicted at Kokorao, Ind., on the 3d, of killing Oscar W...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 April 1894

THE SCOTT CODOTT HEWSBOY. FHIX. A BAVNER, FablUher. DENTON. MISSOURI. ft LIFE'S BEAUTY. t tried to wrtt poem Bo noble end 10 irmnd, I thought tti rlngtnr measures Would echo o'er the lend. Bat e'er the llnee were nnlsbrd Toe thoughts were trite end old, And to the wondrone story To erltlfa ne'er wm told. 1 tried to paint a picture CM rare end stately trace SVr sore In marble palaoe 1 My work would Una a place. .. Alas I my strokes were feeble, My touch waa weak and tame; I threw aside my brushes, O'erwhelmed with grief and staama But Duty cams and oallod me. I heard her solemn tone: "Nor brush nor pen has ever The truest beauty shown. The grandest, sweetest poem Is lived from day to days It Is the struggle upward Along the heavenly way. The rarest, fairest picture In living lines we trace A sweet and loving spirit Illumining a face. This poem and this cloture Are both within thy power: Haste to thy task," cried Duty, " Begin this very hour!" Mary Brooks, In Good Househeeftng, ON A L...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 April 1894

. :.'VV; as. 14 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. pHit, X. Hafner, Pub'Mtc'r. Tr Tenr, in kdyanct.. ... . . . . .01 QO YstM Man n )Vnr, per Mouth. . . 10c. , , .,. , NNOUNCKMKNTS. FOR C05JGRE88, V ere authorised t announce MARSHALL AHNOLI) u Candidate for Centra from the Fourteenth District, tmbjoct lone Detno- ratio nominating cohnuun. ..'We are authorised to announce In" follow I ig candidate for office in Scottipouatysub ct to the Denwwrasfc primary el"etfn,to be weld Tuesday, August a, MM i Vor Sheriff, WrCOUk8.8TONB. tar Porocitlng Attorney, MILO G.GRESHAM. Vor Assessor. FRANK HEISLBH. Labor Commissioner of Kan sas reports that wheat cannot be 'profitably raised in that State at present prices. He figures it out .that the average cost of producing a bushel of wheat is 63 cents. They have been getfT an average of 58 befits for it lor the past five years, If such is the case and we think his figures are wrong why in thunder noes the Kansas farmer go on plant ing wheat, wheat lind still wheat...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 21 April 1894

K,ife. . VOL. "VII. MOOUI3 SAYS 1113 IMI"T. ProsocuthigAttornoy Moore snorts, cavorts pad foams, anil denies Lav ing written the article iu llio Record headed "CircuitClork and Recorder. " AVc don't blame him. Wo didn't ex pect anything else. It would ba a difficult matter to got anyone to ad mit bciny the author of tlio artit-1?. Of course, the publisher of the army pres3 sheet insinuates that he wrote it, but everybody knows better. Not because there is anything in the ar ticle for it was a very lame attempt to deceive the people, but because of the absence of the usual pessimistic twang which characterizes all Smith's utterances, and the presence of such l"gal terms a.9 "aforesaid," which satisfies us that it was written by a jack-leg lawyer. Again, in the state ment showing the fees and salaries of the different county officers, all wore rated as high or higher than they should have been, except the prosecuting attorney's office, which waS rated abDut three hundred dol lars less...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 21 April 1894

Effi MR OTMOTSBOT. tniU A. HAFNKB, PaMUfl-. BENTON. MISSOURI. Tax Bearing as bill formally passed Its first reading In the bouse of lords, on the 10th, without debate, Tn general elections in the Nether lands resulted in the defeat of the gov ernment by a large majority. The Union league club of San Fran cisco gave a reception to ex-President Harrison on the night of the 10th. Both branches of he New York leg islature adjourned, on the 13th, out of respect to the memory of David Dud ley Field. The Brazilian ministers of foreign affairs, public works and finance, ten dered their resignations to President Feixoto on the 12th. For the first time since its Initial march from Massillon, O., the Coxey Commonweal army was storm-stayed let Union town, Pa., on the 10th. Ox the 10th Mrs. Patrick Mulstay, the wife of a New York stonecutter, gave birth to three boy babies, whose combined weight was thirty-five pounds. Mr. Gladstone made his appearance in the house of commons on the 13th, and wa...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 21 April 1894

TBE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. , tUlU At HArHIR, PablUher, BENTON. MISSOUBL THAT LITTLE KID. When t see UtUe youngster ' Wrapped la lonf and swaddling clothes, Strapped Inside hi wicker carriage, Out of sight except hi note; When he's left with dancing sunlight Torturing ech blinking lid. Then with all my heart I'm thankful That I'm not that little kid. When I aee him In the nursery, By the lire warm and bright, Playing with hla tort and trinkets, Laughing, gay from morn till night Keeping mother, aunt and alstera Running hither at hit bid, Lest his life ihould know a trouble Would X were that little kldt When I watch hit helpless notions As he tries alone to walk, When I hear hla wordless prattle - As he does his best to talk When I think what tiresome studies Be must hare as we onco did; Really I am very thankful I am not that little kid. Butt when decked with bows and ribbons On his ma's reception day, Beld by scores of budding maidens, Loved and hugged, he heart them tay: "Let me hol...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 21 April 1894

1,. ;. K i" K ' f" 1 Hi. i 8C0TT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Tiiil. X. iLvPSF.R, Publisher. TERMS. Vr IVnr, tn vl(rni!f . 1 00 Lett than x i'tur, per -Month: ..2 Of. ANNOUNCEMENTS. rw coNouEfs, We nre authorised tonnnovmee MATt.SH ALL ARNOLD as a candidate for Coiurfcrs rrom the Fourteenth District, subject to the Detuo 'cratlo notniuatliiir-rvnvcution. We nrr Authorized to nnnounoe te follow ing eniidtdntes for oinoc in Scott County, sub J?t to the DemncrnMc primary election, to be 'lu-ld Tuesday. August SI, lS'l: For Sheriff, E. A. JOHNSON. For Collector, TV. II. ITElSSnilER. For County Clerk. (.'HAS. 9. STONE. ForProsocutlna Attorney, MILO G.PKSOIUM. 4"or Assessor, FRANK HETPr.EK. A.V. 1I.3U. ALLEN J. HAlimsON, W. D. GODARD. Oi'R two housed ot Congress cost tho country, for the Senate. $7,311 'and 'for the II.iuso, 14.024 total T?22.2;53 p?r day. The first session of tho 52nd Congress occupied 187 work ing days, and vrhat did it do? Little or nothing but jaw and wrangle. Con gress is enormou...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 April 1894

'-C . ..." ... . ' THE COUN VOL, Vll. BElSTTOnST, MISSOURI, jFRELi 28, 1894. 3STO. 14. SCOTT TY NEWSBOY. CIRCUIT COVT. 4 The April term of circuit court came to on end Monday evening an adjourned term being set for May '22nd and the regular pfiSiet of the petit jury being instructed to appear on that date. The grand jury finish ed their work Saturday evening. The following are the cases of more than passing interest disposed of since last report: , State vs Jos. Raidt incest plea of guilty and minimum sentence of two years. State vs Aug. Bohnhardt- forgery set for May 23rd. State vs Wm. Loyd murder set for May 23rd. State vs Justin AAms larceny from dwelling continued by defense. State vs Asa L. Crafton assault to kill continued till next term Oi $300 bonds. . Lawrence Meyer vs I. Mi B. !. damages court finds for defendant. Sinuard vs I. M. R. R. damages court finds for defendant. W. H. Stubblefield vs Harry Mil ler account judgment for plaintiff for seven dollars. Houck's M. & ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 April 1894

TH 5CDTT CO0NTF MWSBOY. i (HH. Jk. Vt&rNBK, Pnbllahor. MISSOURL Trk betrothal of Grand Duke Nicho las, era row I tx of Russia, to Princes Alix of Hesse, youngest sister of Grand Duko Louis, was announced on the tflth. 1st the British house of lords, on the 17th, the amendment to the Nehring eea bill submitted by Lord Kiraberly was accepted, and the bill, as amend ed, passed Its third and final reading. Mrs. Jeff Gullet, the wife nt prominent farmer of Magoffin county, Ky., has been arrested and placed in jail at Salyrsvllle, charged with hav ing strangled to death her 11-year-old stepson. It is stated that Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris, has finally decided to make Washington her permanent home. She enjoys an income from the prop erty left her by her fatber-in-law of $30,000 yearly. Congressman J. B. Knows, of In diana, who has been suffering for some months from a cancerous growth on the lower Up, is greatly prostrated, and his condition is regarded as ex ceedingly serious. Cextral...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 April 1894

!5fl SCQfT CdflHTTf HEWSBDY. . ' . rait. A. BAVMBR; PablUher. tiKNTtift. i i i MlSSODBi bNLt A MEMORY; mii It a -.rearif i nit otto more nly bor- , hood's dear old home, (jThe romo-embowerea eot where 1 was born, piw. woodland paths wherein my lithesome feet would often rotm, f As happy m the birds that tin at morn. . I tnw the bending orchards and the meadows t kissed wltb dew, ; The skies that ne'er with clouds were orer- L But ob, the blissful picture soon had faded from my view Twss only a sweet memory of the past. Affaln I saw the ffrtndstone that t often baa to I turn ' Until I sadly longed to run away, And, too, the cellar, whore X had to churn and churn and churn, And sprout potatoes every rainy day. There were the fields wherein I used to hoe the beans and corn, I Where crops were slow and weeds grow very !' fast, , And where t often si,'hed and wished I never bad been born . Twas only a sweet memory of the past The neighbor's watermelon patch from which I need to steal ' T...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 April 1894

-1 5. ; 4 it t. ptrtfc. . Hatfkb, PtiWlshor. "ttfstsrs. : 'JLtMt than h Jiftt, 7rr Month ANSOrNCEJIKSTS. VOtt C0S6BKS8. . . We lire authorized to anponnr M ARShYt.-!. :'IWOl.n na ttandtdate for tyngressTrom. HheTrenh District, subject to'he Demo Vratle nominating convention. We lire authorised to ajift.Mtnco the follow ing candidates for nlBee in Scott Countv. sub ject to tfe npinocrntK. lirlniirr election, to be Tield Tuesday, AwrtHt 21, For BepreseUtirtM, ALDEHT OtREIGN. 'For Pberlff, . E. A. JOHNSON. VoVCofcSotor. W. H. HE1BSERER. 8ILA8 W. WHITE. Yor County Clerk, ., CHAS. 8. StON. Vdtroaoraitlng Aftrie. Vot Ae8lr. FRANK HKISLER. A.W. FIZBtt. ALI.F.M J. HARRISON, W. I. OODART. f ARE TIIEl' .TEA LOTS f The Itiectt.il and the SW seem to somewhat concerned about a pro posed illustrated edition of the Newsboy and, as usual, they are prepared to "do the work cheaper. ''f There is little probability that the publication will appear. We hSSfe "taken little or no 'interest in the mat te....

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 5 May 1894

i. "J ' '" t v ' ' ""' aaaMasaBsaa BaBs"""- 1 ' rrr 1 COUf VOL. -VII. ISSOTTPtl, lLJIT 5, 1894. NO. 15. It Will lie Warm. FItOM ORAN. Fito.u hloigi:tt. HASH UAIX NOTHS. THE NTY NEWSBOY ) County Court meets next Monday and the question of the division of the offices of circuit clerk and record- J erwill be settled. While there i very little being said, there is con siderable feeling ubout this matter, nnd the action of the court will be1 closely watched. It is believed that the judges are not favorable to the separation, aud one of them litis al ready expressed that he will con sider alt who are not on the petitions as against it. We sec no justice in such a stand. We have no idea how many signatures are to the petition, but ft is very clear that all the peo ple have not hod an opportunity to nign i'. -nd it is more than probable that the petitions have not been pre sented to more than half of the tax pavers of our comity. If there is uny opposition to the division of these ofiices. ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 5 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. HAFNER, Publisher. BENTON. MISSOUBL Gov. Flower of New York has ve toed the bill allowing Sons of Veteran posts to carry arms, It is said that the president declared to two gentlemen who visited him on the 25th, that he was opposed to the income tax. Hoj. Fit ask Hattox, editor of the Washing-ton Post, who was stricken with paralysis recently, was, on the CSth, pronounced much better. ' Tbe steamers plying between Ham burg and South American ports have ceased calling at Lisbon, owing to the prevalence of cholera in the rortu truese capital. The National line steamship Hel vetia, Capt. Froliche, was abandoned in a sinking condition of Cape Finis terre, Spain, on the 26th, and her crew and passengers were landed at Gibral tar. It is stated on the authority of the German foreign office that Germany will not permit the annexation of Samoa to New Zealand, which act would be a flagrant violation of the Berlin treaty. 1 Os the 84th, the Renate committee o...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 5 May 1894

THE SCQTT CflONTT NEWSBOY. Mil. A. BAFNER, Pabllsmr. fcENTON. . . MISSOURI. OLD SIMON'S TAXES. too all ho earns to hi wretched hut Did miser Simon's ooor vat shut The tax-oollsotor, on hli round, Cme there one lummer's dsj, and found It fait Be straight bef an to pound fCome, wake up, there!" he cried, "halloo!" lAnd atlll he kept up hla tattoo, Jotil a votes irate, orotane, prowled through a broken wlndow-pantt What' wanted out theref Who are you J"nat'e raising alt this hullabaloo? I've naught to lve. I've naught to tell, la not my houae my cltadol? I'Te nothing for you. Go away ! ave me In peace. Begone, I lay I" Then lightly laughed the publican, And on the door once more tegan To beat hla deafening rataplan. Shouting aloud between the whaekit Open the door and pay your tax, Eleven dollar, twenty cent, pr take the lawful consequence!" "Eleven dollars! Robbery!" Cried Simon: "Cutthroat! who am I To pay a tax like that! 'Twould buy My bouse and all my house contains! Twould drain ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 5 May 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. .Phil. A. IlAr.NF.it, Publisher. TERMS. Per Ytttt, iVJr $1 Oit Lent than a Yenr, rr Month ... lite. AKKorsCBMKNTS. m CWNGKF.S9. We are authorized to announce M A KSH A (.1. AKNOI.D n candidate for Conre fnm the Fourteenth District. Kiitij.ft to the Demo cratic nomlnutliiir conventiou. We arc authorized to announce the follow ing candidnto fnrnffivc In fvntt County, .tib. jeet to the Democratic iirlm-rv election, to bo held Tucsdi-.y, August 31, Hit; For KfproKi'titHtire, AI.IIKKt' DKllElllV. JNO. E. MAKSHAI.L. For Sheriff. R. A. .IMIISSOX. PA Ml El. TANXEH. W. It. UATTS. For Collector. W. H. HEISSKUEIt. . SILAS W WHITK. For County clerk. CHAS. I. STONE JAMES MrPIIEETEKS. E. P. KLL1S. for Prosecuting- Attorney. MILO O. GKESHAM. for Assessor. KKANK HEtSI.EK. A.W.FIZgK. ALIEN J. HAKIUSOX. W. D. GODAKD. Nat Phillips Is somewhat of a curiosity. He has carried but two couuties his own (Dunklin) and Butler Both of these counties se lected delegates in mass convention....

Publication Title: News Boy, The
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