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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 April 1879

1 THE COCHRANE PATENT "Gath" Revieivs tlie Case of the Patentees Against the Minnesota Millers, and Con cludes that the Supreme Court Was Duped. [Cincinnati Enquirer, You have probably not seen a clear ac count of the great upsetting just given by George Harding to the great milling monopoly, with its headquaarters in Ohio and the district of Columbia. This came off in the circuit court of the United States west of the Mississippi river, and the decis ion was only given March 17th. The monop oly took the name of "The American Mid dlings Purifier Company," and had sued John A. Christian, of Minnesota, and the i Atlantio Middling company of St. Louis, for alleged infringement of patent. The in fringement essentially consisted in atmos pheric bolting of flour middlings. I despair of making this plain to you, except in the way of conversation. Let me put to the lawyer, therefore, some questions: ''What is a grain of wheat?" "A grain of wheat is a berry with a soft floury mass in the cen...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 April 1879

nvJk **"**Vt*-**-IM IF I MIGHT BK. I said, "Ah! would that I might he, If but for one short hour, By some good fairy godmother Gifted with magic power. Of roses you should be the queen, Toe fairest, loveliest ever seen. 'Aud I the bee, that round you I Might hover all the day, And unreproved draw from your heart Its choicest sweets away. No other flower my kiss should woo, Were I a bee, a queen rose you. "Or should you be from all eyes hid, A violet pure and sweet A clover blossom, I would rest Contented at your feet Alone tegether, you and I. Beneath the tender summer sky!" Two merrv eves looked into mine, Two arch lips answered me: "But I am not a rose, you know, And you are not a bee.,' "Well, then," cried I, "just as you are, I'll take you for ray guiding star!" THE BEST OF HEALTH. How toAttain It And How to Preserve It. From the Brooklyn Eagle. The work done by the body, according to scientific definition can be divided into three classes: internal work, such as nervous energy ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 April 1879

THE CHISUEB O VER THE GATE, BT HEXRT W. I^PNGFBLtOWj Is it so far from thee Thou canst no longer see In the chamber over the gate The old man desolate, Weeping and wailing sore For his son, who is no more Oh Absalom, my son! It is so long ago That cry offhuman woo From the walled city came,* Galling on hid dear name, That it has died away In the distance of to-day? Oh Absalom,my son! There is no far nor near, There is neither there nor here. There is neither soon nor late In that chambsr over the gate Nor any long ago To that human cry of woe Oh Absalom, my son! From the ages that are past The voice cornea like a blast, Over seas that wreck and drown, Over tumult of traffic and town And for ages yet to bel **M Csme the echoes back to me Oh Absalom,my son! Somewhere at every hour The watchman on the tower Looks forth, and sees the fleet Approach of the hurrying feet Of messengers, that bear., The tidings of despair. Oh Absalom, my son! He goes forth from the door, Who shall return no...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 April 1879

fl ANNUAL FINANGIALSTATEMENT or TJltt RECEIPTS -AND EXPENDITURES -OF Milie Lacs Co fcOR THE YEAR KNDINQ FEBRUARY 8tll, 1879, ON* ACCOUNT OY Kill, buiji Iowa a& School fu&s. Feb. 38, 1S73. Balance in the hands of F. M. Campbell, county treasurer Tales collected during the year b81o 04 Received of stale treasurer, during Sue year school lunds. Paid state treasurer during \\\c yearstate funds $1154 93 Paid town treasuicrs during the yeartown funds 50S IS Paid* town tieasurers during the yearroad funds 1242 3S Paid school district treasurers during the year 1427 75 County uiders cancelled during the year 2450 25 Jurors' certihVales cancelled during the year 162 28 Poor orders cancelled during the year. County 'ioad ordeis cancelled the year Balance 17 6-3 ASSETTS. Feb. 2S, IS79. Total assetls: Uncollected couuty taxes Court Iloufic and jail Office turnflure County poor fund Counly ioad tucd. o4 Feb. 28, 187D. Balance in coun ty treasury $ S72 59 Feb. 2S, 1S79. Balance 287 97 Rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

MAIN STREET, 1' O The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market "With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionar'ws, Tobacco and Segars, Se. or mm W E WILL SSLL A O SUIT TH E mn o Aud we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as wo Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. WE: MEAN BUSINESS A A A o SIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. CCWLES DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK* Tke Best Assortment o/ Goods in his Line Jforth of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLORS. PERFUMERY. LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, STATIO VERY SCH...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

I A JVwn Mc Provencale ofJordi, a Troubadour of the Thirteenth Century, "Mais plazer que dins moan cor seniisse." O ioy and pain that I in heart perceive. Now most desired, and most detested now! O jov that killest, pain that bidd'at rae live! If Love thou art not, what and whence art thou? Jov can I that which bringeth pain believe a 9 Fain can I that which biingeth joy avow? O pain thatpleasest,joy that bidd'st me grieve! If Love thou art not, what and whence art thou''' JTothinsj I fear, yet am in evil case I know no peace, vet hear no battle's sound Myself I hate, to others fondly vow. Nothing I touch, yet all the world embrace To heavenward soar, yet never leave the rounu If Love thou art not, what and whence art thou* The Spectator. A NIGHT WITH PETER CRIM. "I pity the skiff or canoe caught in this blast," was Peter Crim's mental re flection, as he threw an extra pine knot on the aheady blazing fire, which sent a shower of sparks up the chimney and filled the apartment in whic...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

1/ Latest Fashion Chit-Chat. Contrasts in trimmings and pinings of costumes are given preierence over shades of the prevailing colors of the dresses. White and colored Canton crape bon nets, trimmed witri flowers, feathers and lace, appear at the openings among other millinery novelties. Broad brimmed hats are more suitable for our bright, warm American summers than English round hats, and are mnch more becoming. Gypsy bonnets have large flowing biims raised in front, tied down at the sides, and falling on the neck, after be ing partially raised in the back. Satteens and mummy cloth novelties show dainty httle flower and leaf bouquet and vine paterns in jardiniere colors on pure white grounds. Quantities of cheap pinhead-checked and hair-lined striped summer silks are selling at the moment for parts of suits and also for entire costumes. American women who are sensible as well as tasteful avoid English styles of half masculine Derby hats, manish, ulsters, and jackets for street wear...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

4H^ iv A 'l Sl'f The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termsf1.60 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. GRIMES ANP CRIMINALS. There have been serious riots in col ry villages in Durham, England. It is reported irom Wichita, April 8th that the Cheyenne Indians are on the war path. Sixteen gamblers were arrested on grand jury indictments at St. Louis, Mo. April 12. An incendiary fire in Coffey ville, Miss., April 9, destroyed the greater portion of the busin ess part of the town. A dispatch from Berlin says 1,000 Nihilists have been arrested at Charkoff. The severities do not seem to intimidate the -conspirators. It is reported from Ottawa that Indians at Lapelle liver have seized the government stores there, not from any rebellious design but probably from hunger. At Washington, 0., April 12th tnjuisa Wallace, colored, convicted of the L-aurderof her infant child in April 1878 was Sutenced to be hnng June 30. At East St. Louis, April 12, Mrs Har riet Cornwall was arrested on a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

HOUSE, FARM, GARDEN* WHO OOIKS HIS BKST OOJS8 WKM,. Yes, life is a burden of sorrow ana care, And none, do their best, can escape from their fate Then since we are doomed our great burden to bear, Let us steadily study to lighten its weight. And, first, in good humor stt out on the way With a song, or a cheer, a kind word or a laugh For we find, as long as tho world's highway we stray. The mass of mankind are too serious by half. Why should Virtue forever wear cypress and yew While Sin flaunts in garlands of myrtle and rose? The heart that is cheerful can still be as true As the heart that is ever bemoaning its woes Leave preaching for practice, loave promise fordteds, The poorest can spare a kind word or a smile One act of true brotherhood shames all the creeds Even woven by councils the world to be guile. Do the best that you can, with a hearty good will Help the weak and the weary you find on the way Thus Humanity's measure of duty fulfill You'll find every act with the deed brin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

1 THE] SAUCY BOGIK. FROM THB GERMAN. There is a saucy rogue, well known To youth and gray-beard, maid and crone A boy, witb eyes that mirih bespeak, With curly locks and dimpled cheek: He has a sly, demurish air. But, maiden fair. Take care, take care! His dart may wound you, unaware! With uow and arrows in his hand He wanders up and dowu the land 'Tis iollv sport to aim a dart At some pooc maiden's fluttering heart: She -wonders what has hurt her there. Ah maiden fair, Take care, take care! His dart may wound you, unaware! Her nimble hands the distaff ply A gallant soldier-lad rides by He gives her such a loving glance Her heart stands still, as in a trance, And death pale sinks the maiden fair. Quick, mother there, Give heed, take care, Else you may lose her, unaware! Who stands there laughing at the door? That rogue, who triumphs thus once more! Both lad and maiden he has hit, And laughs asthough his sides would split. And so he sports him everywhere Now here, now there He mocks ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

5BRKPSBKU3U ..i.lfi?^ .^tyifint.i "It is." she ans wered, and would havepro- ._. .vu Revenge and Retribution. ing officer, and asked, in an excited voice "is he to die?" The Countess de la Floret was one of the "He is spare yourself the trouble, lor no most beautiful and accomplished women in entreaties save him, thief and murderer France, and the count, her husband, was of *na:in Before her marriage sho had the misfortune 0 which it. 10 One day she insisted on visiting Paris in order that she miyht discover how much long- ear tMrftve!2iU 8 s, an w*ds le \A a i8/can luuw.auuiuc "Savehimsave him!" sheshneked,hysteri the very flower of the old noblesse. caU 0 leav hi 8ee for her the most passionate attachment. Sfftft o^SKa? His attentions were of course discounted "Avenged, avenged!"d the countess mur- by the lad\, but nevertheless he insisted upon mured, as she fell iuto the arms of her friend making her a tender of his hand, which she declined with firmness, but, at the same tirno- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 April 1879

i perauee Lo(lie hi A 'if ''W The Cincinnati Gdzelte announce* that Ohio Tor the stars and stripes, at might have added "and sill the of tfices lj'ng around loose." An event, arrival, or whatever you have a miivl to fall it, occurred in Mv.-aolvfi v\\ussctt's family, \vt Gieen hush, last Friday. It is a girl. wtglMSWif" pj*r 1 St-vrial oi th^oMest .o.d Kst titi/. Sabbrth School Organization, on. of this" pUce'havc expressed their- Vutsunnt to pmtois announce meht, the Wyanett Sabbath school intention of joining the Son5 of Tem Thanks tor that nice present we re ceived on Thursday morning, its 10- semblance to the donor was very s,tliking---they must have been twins. The county attorney of Isanti coun ty had to come over to Princeton on .Sunday to attend to a --uit, whether it was a law suit or a love nt deponent sayeth not. The parents of Mrs. Vvr, V.r. aulMn. George Phillips, Yas*\l- boro, Maine, are out here on a vMt. and intend remaining for some length of time. The long-wished f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

us'- WAIN STREET, k'h y& ***& :*l, _,^,.?*j|g'' -& /_ The Old Un-ReliaMe Firm of H. COWLE S & CO Aa Usual arc in tbe Market "With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OP Dry Goods, Groaories and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and' Caps, Boots and* Shoes, Clothing, Con feetiotiaries, Tobacco and Segars, Jc.- AL 8 WOT WIL A mm wm Aad w* Cordially Invito Purchasers Jo Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as tho Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State* MEAN NEiSSi BUS I -r-0 CALL B. CCWLES J.ND "YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. PRINCETON J.T. D. SADLEY, Proprietor Flour, F^ed and Meal Kept Constantly on Hand* I will not be Undersold For Cash. Fe*d Ground to Order and Satisfaction Guaranteed. fHST-Bwy Tour Flour in Princeton and- thm Encourage Home Lidustereen AIX ABOAKB FOR* THE OLDfRELIABL.F4ST0RE The Grand Central Depot. H. RJNES, Has Jut Received the Largest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

1 %&&$&S^ghi SU.'KK3rVfK^^%A x^3^ MVKISfiOOM, FKOM UHDER THIS LILACS. A little kingdom I possess, Where thoughts and feelings dwell, And very hard I find the task 'Of governing it well.... For passion tempts tuici troubles me, A wayward wilt misleads, And selfishness its 'shadow oasts Ou all toy words and deeds. How can I learn to rule myself, To bo the child I should Honest ami brave, nor ever tire Of trying to be good? How can I keep a sunny soul, To shine ulonr lite's way? How can I tuie my little heart To sweetly sing all day? Dear Father, help ine with the lovo That casteth out all fear! Teach me to lean on Thee, and feel That Thou are very near That no temptation is uuseen No childish grief too small, Since Thou with patience infinite Doth ^oothe and comfort all I do not ask for any crown But that which all may win Nor seek to conquer any world, Except the one within. Be Thou my guide until I find, Led by a tender hand Thy happy kingdom in myself, And dare to take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

A. CA.tfTICUB O SU'KIXtt. O green, up-sprrogmg gnus, your tender freshness spreading By man's a narrow pass wheie way-worn leet are treading, O lightly -waving trees, -whose swelling leaf buds render Undoubted promises of the full summer's splendor,-- O dainty darfadils, whoso lovely sunlit faces Brighten the ban en hills with unexpected graces, O all yo blossoms, set the fell and meadows over, Wild flowers and violets, and columbine and clover, Ble&s je the Lordon hiph by -wood and field, and river, Prmse him, and magnify His holy name for ever! Now when ta 'mddiag spring escapes fiom -winter's durance, Hope hath Its flowering and Faith its sweet aSMJrauce How -"hall our hearts be sad when Matuie's face rejoices, And th and an are glad -with hei tumultu ous A oices "C.t that His message seek, and doubt not in pObeOo-mg, To them the wind shall speak in undeitones of bluss ng AUG to the seeing ejes. His gracious works beholding, No lurle bird that flies, no small green thing unfo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Tenns-~$i.tO ^ar year in advance. NEW-S OF HIE WEEK. CRI VMS AXr GJiJJl I V.1ZA Lei at Nicholea a Ncv\ "Wrk' "vVaJI t-tire orl\'r hnnnculh eniluiuased killed 'um-id' t\\\\ 10 Wiliuitn lladley, an Albnny, K\ V., liwu vthowiia.it'uuliul.miUuv'vwlh.ihmfc i i 11 li jnfc-j is devd. L*. Par ion-3 the nt4.ge robber, at 1 al at STukron I 1 April IT, pkt.d MI n*u was -entenitd to,)t si iLie olbL.otO, i i- ran .lsviiinunt i ait 5 Noble, rhu ullage lietvmrer ol i ii*,. been mu a tseunal ciijs, I Hi' ne l^ i\ ultci EIUI roue !i i b'l iii^mi' to tiie idli^e it|.^ e-^v-bin 'vuo had aUevpte.l r'c-i.J, tin "^mr-erur ot P.iss-i 4 I ajnO wh di il ryreUir.Uuauks nio'i- lfo T\-. Te I'.tvel in San I'.' W sro i Bicon, iocen'iY fntik lo id u'be i Mil toll'. 1 IU'UO,J hullUK,: I *Fn i *'-tM i'U iiiia,U 'i hi .ooai-tLd ha.i i d'6|i .roe1 mrl 'iii ii .'K i .nk i' lo ^,.0 a i tu \,d-uu I M')i'!] i u'v a p.'iuiid ar ni fcafi- .iiu Ai I bet* i I 1 1 i I I 1 I r/ 'li '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

h' A RIDE FOR LibE. U. i beautiful m,aMumnjo'i aftinioou. Iho IN Mi.nwig hruhtly upon one of Uie l.-^,)l is. tto hdio mnl Iheia _ij, of \U 11 (aUinile ft ns up tin i*Ubtj 'i i I iHM I Iv. 1 I 1 111 'JW^WJFJW ic i-.' liu e*, ami '.he fihtlenrps? M-atua hruwn io.nl nd a blow iv. mis unarms oihoi.i lie loie a larcje ii JronUl)K vtlii &<.vnn, voiy 1.1.1- i. to i ioie mmi ~apidl on-vvarcl. bi I. wa ^on ipr IO^I', With a tut'. i.. ii i i" I it fui. Ho liji^ht i,i v v( i i itjiistuih lul hU) wJKU hir~, i i' i *Hii ol (hn bun riui) )hni V. 1 I I 111 1 1 111. I I i lf V.i O l-s^, t'lO i un iiit i mtd 1 ins i I 111 lilt* li i iti 11 11 tiuuol im'\oi'-i\ nUiil. 1 i Ui A i in u\ (i I-, JiUi i tliisiuotui'i^r, i an ii| ii si nt oloi i1-1 'SLA.K c' of It v( II Aj 11 itfe in t' i i un. li tb i u. I t'u ui uw )'t\ i i*i i ui-oii 10 uv-l Ji -ii ti in i ie\ ior i I 1 i.) i* on in I J. (1 fui o' i.' i nM)4 ilh 1 1 -u I i a 'i u\i i a ii' I'IL \J a 1.J It O l" f. Y\ i i, li 1 i it 1 I'll i i.i 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

TAKIJfW TOLL. In the door of the mill stood Richaid Lee White as an image of snow was he, Prom his heavy boots to his bearded'lips, From the crown of his hat to his fingertips. Now, slowly jogging along the street, Dro\e Farmer Brown with his grist of wheat, And with him Bessie as fresh as the spiing, And ripe as the fruits the fall months bring. While the farmer drove about the town, Young Lee ground the wheat and bolted it down, With many a glance at the maiden fair, Who sat by the door in the oaken chah. At last he"called her in shouting tones, And she stood by the whirling, rumbling stones, And watched the grain as it ebbed so still, Till the farmer came, but the noise of the mill Drowned the sound of his feet, and over the hoppei, A good deal closer than he thought was proper, Two heads weie bent and then Richard Lee Saw him standing there, he,stamniered: "I see Thatio' (then he paused and shuffled his feet,) "I think theie are weevils your wheat!" But the farmer smiltd and sai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

CBtAKXLE'S 8TOY. was sitting in the twilight, "With my Charlie on mj knee, (Little two year-old, forevei Teasing, ''Talk aHoiy, pease, tome.") "Now," I said, "talk me a 'tor "Well," i^ftectlveljj "I'll 'menee., Mamma, I did see a kitty, Greatbigkitty, on the fence Mamma smiles. Five little fingers Cover up her ltturhiuglip* "Is oo lauarlung?" "Yes," 1 tell him, Butlkibs the finger-tips, And I say, "Now tell another "Wall," (all6miles) "now I'irmenco. Mamma, I did see a doggie, Greatbigdoggie, on the fence." "Rather similaryour stories Aren't they, dear?" A sober look Swept across the pretty forehead, Then he sudden courage took. "But I know a nice, ne%\ 'tory, 'Plondid, mamma' Hear mo 'mence. Mamma, Idid*eer-aelfuut Greatbigelfunton the fence." Sptmgflelct Republican. OiSE 0* SOCIETY'S QUEENS. Mine. De Maintenon's Career. The topic of Dr. John Lord's lecture at Chickermg Hall yesteiday -was "Mme De Maintenon,'' whose abilities and short comings were described to a very large audienc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 April 1879

*~r thuo and Mr, IK call dates" houso Is the piaoe the supervisors navo deter mined upon to hear all arguments for or against the changing' th at Gejv inany r^ad, A eojitr^iclor residing -i Washing. tot\, VJ. G., was the successful bidder for carrying the mail between Rlk River and Princeton. Th contractor anxious to .sublet, to Campbell & Libbv. Van San ford found his wallet which was advertised'in last week's UNION. Miss Fanny .Jones has our thank*? for a l.-oquet of 8\r*et smelling flower*. At Anoka, on Monday evening,'a pile of dry lumber, containing 775,000 feet, the property of Pratt &. Rioes of this place, was totally consumed by fire it was undoubtedly the work of an incendiary. There was no insur ance whatever, but 'there was. a letter iu the Anoka post-office,- from Mr. Rines ordering Mr. Pratt, an insurance agent in Anoka, to insure the lumoe-r Mr. Pratt did not-go to the P. 0 that rening. hence no policy was issued, AVA the lire occurred that same even- 5::g. Ru....

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