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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 April 1912

mm it DUEL BETWEEN PAN AND EAQ. By Martha McCulloeh Williamt. Kxjnrlnce lias bttn m- only school which, iirrtiapB. accounts for tlie fact that I hoi U no opinions half hoarti.'dly. KspHlally about cooking. It Kpenia to mo. the finest of flno arts, all too much iiiinprincd, and held a drudgery lnslnad of a privilege. I'oh jilhly thla mukos mo reactionary a holdor fast to old 'nmthnds. Certainly when Soyer'B paper Iiiir cookery was hiiRRPRtPd to me, there wag not a M outer skeptic In all those X'uited Ktatea. Rover's experience did notu InK to change my mind. Vtathor, It convinced me that paper bag cooking was one of the things that cost more than they come to. For I eft myself this Bum. liafiH, plus eroaslng, plus clips, equal cost of many sauce pans. Furthermore, It is against souse and reason that the mere put ting of food In a hag should either hasten the cooking or better the fla vor of It. Thus I aivued the case forthrlRhtly, but ended by conces sion! would try out paper ba?s an...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 5 April 1912

" V tleorge Rinper of Dexter is in Jackson visiting his mother. iJ J Andrew Caldwell is attending r ho at Fmiericktown. The little daughter of Mr. and Mr.--. Clyde Vandivort is ill with tl-.iri:?y. Kobt. Keid transacted business in ('ape Girardeau Monday and Tuesday. Miss Maud Wright of New Madrid is a pleasant guest of relatives and friends in Jackson this week. Nine children were confirmed at the Evangelical church, and .ix at the Lutheran church last Sunday. The little daughter of George W. Ringer of Dexter, who is visiting her grandmother. Mrs. M. Ringer, is ill with pneumonia. Recorder G. F. Seimers and wife went to St. Louis last Sat urday to be present at the con firmation of their daughter, Lil lian, in that city Sunday. They returned home Monday. Jas. Sheppard, a colored man aged about seventy years, died Monday night and was buried in Jackson cemetery Wednesday. He had been in poor health for sometime. The Jackson postoffice will be moved into the new building ad joining t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

r- ir-n ""mp""1 r" J H ill! J ( ' j 11. A ) I ! . '.3 , f- I ft u . . " n n ', ! ' O m....t&.4 ft. TH! PEOPLE'S PAPER "hit THE MEVS THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" ssscr??tis rruca, $i.c3 a year, n a:va:::s Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 12. 1912 No. 15 M A LOCAL AKD GBIEOAL Wm. A. Rose and MisaMary Donnerman, who reside rear Jackson, came to Cape Girardeau Monday night and went to the home of 'Squire Orren Wilson, aroused him from his slumbers and asked that he say the neces sary words to make them man and wife, which the Judge did Al III I I I I 1 ll ni.L' l I.ILll. V II V . 4 i I though the hour was later ,i uiun . Judge Wilson was accustomed acting in the capacity of "Mar rying 'Squire," he could not see his way clear to thwart off Cu pid's arrow, and accepted the demands of the happy couple to tie the knot, and they went on their way to live happy ever after. Before leaving, the groom chucked some coin towards the Judge, but not having aroused to the full significanc...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

-" 1 Cape County Herald Hf:J Pufci'nblng Co. . CAPE Ci! R A R 0" AU - MISSOURI TRACED BACK TO ASIANS i Reivers In History Find Beginnings of te Church t-leepla Reach Far Into the Centuries. Th'ns Is a !tory wl.lch f.ad tfv (rpir of tb Now FngUnd meeting boima in tlie'mni'.ntain peaks of Ara- '.st, Tmr!o bnrk the pwni of evoiu tS'in. we com first to I,cndnn, where 'She clean nwp of the Great Tire gave Sir Clrt!.;-fcT Wren tls opportunity to Tperlment In steeples; and then to "Venice, where the campanile Is a sh'r.ing example cf a lower beside a church t".:t separate from rt; and then to Alexandria, where tho famous Hgbt liote on "lie Isle of pharos cor.trih-MU-i to the religion of Mahomet both tt.o f.irra and tbe came of the minaret; xn.l ti.ea to tha "Towr of rW at 1'orslppa, and the tikkurats of tbe temples cf Babylonia and Assyria. A rikicrat is a huge quadrangular mass cf brick, rising Ia diminishing etsrks as a child places a hg block n the floor, end ruts a smaller one on it. a...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

r zu lr FURS ARE MADE MOTH-PROu. . rr- S ft Lli DEATH Life of City Workingman Shov;n to Be in prcater Danger Every Year. ACCIDENTS GROW IN VOLUME One Person In Elflht, In Industrial Ranki, Injured, Is the Grewsome Record for 1911 Number of Both Killed and Maimed Grows Rapidly. The lire of the clly workltigmnn Is !n greater danner every year. Not withstanding sanitary surroundings md improved machinery, tho working man conlliuies to bo a victim to indus trial accidents. In 1911 one city man in every eight suffered an Injury, the larger part of '.hose being Industrial accidents. The death ratio due to accident has In creased within a short period from 9 to 12 per cent, of the total deaths. The automobile figured largely last year In accidents both to owners and to pedestrians aud men employed in their manufacture. Ten years ago the au tomobile did not amount to anything; today It Is regarded as the worst the accident Insurance companies hnve to consider. The workingman in the railway ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

Cr.; Cczzly Ilcrc'J iv.r.,i fl. Jackson fUral.H fBl'lixbotl Hfiy FrMay by the ;r:ui.t rrui ihsiixo coMrAsr. Kntercdl as second class matter at the post office st Cpe Girardeau, Mo., under the net of Varch 3, 1879. n.?ru Ilcsni ?A;Ac Convention. Arrangements h;ive been com pleted for hold in;: the republi can state convention in St. Louis Thursday. April 25. The 1151 delegates will be seated by con jrrc,sional districts eisrht dis tricts on each side of the Main aisle. Kansas City delegates will be seated along the main aisle fronting the speakers' stand and St. Louis county and St. Louis city delegates on the left. The other delegations will be group ed around these larger delega tions, with seats so arranged as that every delegate shall face the chairman and be in easy "hearing distance from the stand. The first to the eighth districts will be on the right (looking from the stand) and the ninth to sixteenth on the left. Spac ious aisles will separate the del egations. All around th...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

ORDINANCE T'O. 1000. AN ORDINANCE PKOVIDLW, FOR THE SELKCTiON OK A CITY DEPOSITOR Y FOR TH E DEPOSITORY OF ALL OF THE FUNDS OF THE CITY AND PROVIDING FOR THE P.OND TO HE GIVEN HY SUCH DEPOSITORY AND THE DUTIES THEREOF IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. Re it ordained by the City Coun cil of the City of Capo Girar deau, Missouri, as follows: Section 1.- Proposal to act as depositary; advertising therefor. At the first regular meeting of the Council in July of each year, sealed proposal shall be received for the custody of the city funds from any banking corporation, association or individual banker doing business within the city that may desire to be selected a: a depositary of the funds of the city. Notice that .such bids will be received shall be published by the city clerk, not less than two nor more than four weeks before such meeting, in some news paper published in the city, which paper shall be the official medium for the publication of the proceedings of the City Council. Section 2. Se...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

n. b r J i Oil S v. li I D!o Man's I M romance I lif Louis J()rph Vance I I i;',us.Jr8lwt) Ij Ray VaUr rs 5 i.twmvtJmwimmmiiwmamtiK& J4 SYNOPSIS. Crtrrit C'oHsf, ( youtiff mnn of Now f'nrH .Hy, ttf-t-lll Pnn;ln; IM'l.-t.ntork, w!.o nvtlfH bltrs to H rill'. I t.urty. Ho m-i-i-ft. fclt'inuRh l diKltkra Hlui IvKtnrli. the r.vi "n b'-'ttfcr i hut tnt h nr In luvo t M h Km 1 h vln T n(r. C'oant fall. o rnm ln o tiT It'Bt l;:;u-kKtw'k In unworthy of i)'T I,;,, lt ,;ity C u.-t inc. Is two ttarnta! I'unil.m nnd ;in Tuvl. Tln-rf i li (niMri'l. find ItlHi-kKlo.-k Hhoots 'nn tTtiyl ileml. Const ulnu-Kls to wrest th Werr"n from him, tlius the policf dm- Tm-( r thirt. CuftHt Is nrrefitnl for mur'lor. To tn coevicft.d, hut ntt !.o oridnn Ms B-n-tn- tun'i H nnmcfl Htnrkslo' k hh tho fiiurilorvr ami MH himself. t'nnnt be MnioH few, but KlackKloik bus married Kth"rln Thaxtcr ami !le1. (Vmat pur chflMrK n yarht nrul ulillo naUlnR bn a nn trirown from a llM;int bont. IT? r'S-?u-n t!ii fellow who I...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

II0MII1 E DYNAMITING SOIL FOR TREES tnableo Root to Get Down Through Irrpeivlous Layer Cheapest Way of Preparing Holes. my U. O. W.ATHKltRTONrc.) The growth of many litwly planted trees I impeded by inipe rvlous sub n.'ll or bard pan. Take the pecan tree for 1iipI.tjoc : To pet the enormous t ; i p root of the pecan tree down Into Foil (hep enough to give the root uitlo (noni-.li tai.'o in which to mow pro pciiy rcnuircu a food deal of thought and cure. .Per this purpose It In a good piac '.ko to "8lio')t' the, holes with dyna. in dinamitcd holt ,0l. xSuhioilbrkeniiDbtj blast ' '" "' ' t ''...' Tk'- . subsoil . ,.ag if ! " ' aiaK 'V' Use of Dynamite. mite before the trees are planted, so that the roots can get down through tho Impervious layer of soil. It hat recently been found that this is the cheapest and most effective way oi preparing holes for these trees. I have found from experience that 10 cents' worth of dynamite, in blast ing stumps or digging holes for trees will do more...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 12 April 1912

tlTT CCCyUL, COlTM. FKOM lt fASC M u-.bcrs elect, Joe' T. Wilson, for I he first ward ; Williarn II. Coerver. for the .second ward; Clcnu ns D. Hoeiler, for the third v,;rd and Thomas .1. Gill for the fourth ward, elected on April 2i:d, JS12. presented their cer ti!ic.U','rs of t -lection to the office of councilmen, and were sworn lv the Clerk as the law directs. The Clerk having announced that the several councilmen had vmjlied with t h e h w by fl i in it in his office affidavits of their election expenses and taken the required official oath, ' were qu ilified to enter upon their du ties as eouncilmen of ihe city of Caije Girardeau. The Mayor having delivered to them their commissions to said offices, called the Board to e-nler. The roll was called and the following members recorded as pi-osent:. Aga J. Flentge and Joe T. Wil son, first ward; Louis Wittmor and William II. Coerver, second ward; Charles G. Moeder and Clemens 15. Hoeller, third ward and William H. Medley and Thomas...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

J"'r ? 11 t ( I M I'3 J1 ! I o THE PECPirS PAPER "ALL THE HEWS TEAT'S TlX TO PRINT" S'JSSCR!PTI3: PRICE, 51.03 A YEA3. H ASVACI Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, April 19. 1912 If LOCAL MID GBIERAL A report, was circulated in this city Tuesday that a man charged with dynamiting the levee at Gale, 111., recently, had been ap prehended and quite a commotion was aroused among the people along the river, many who were affected by the act requesting that the man be dealt with se verely in causing the overflow of their lands. At one time the opinion prevailed that the cutting of the levee was done at the instigation of the railroads to better their conditions, but this idea at present seems to have lost prestage. The report that the guilty party has been caught is likewise abounding in mystery, as several wild reports have come from unauthentic sources; until the evidence ha3 been submitted proving the man guilty of the charge the public will doubtless look upon the late report a...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO Tins wee:: April 1, 18G2. Tho Union force under General Punks advanced from Stranburg, Vir ginia, to 'Woodstock. Colonel Afhby remitted them nt V:oodHtock with n force of Infantry, cavalry and art !1 lery, but was not In sufficient fctreiifrth to hold them In check. Ashby, re treating, burned one railroad nnd two turnpike bridges. All the railroad bridges between Strnsburg and Wood stock had previously been destroyed. A detachment of Union troops follow ed tho Confederates os far as Edin burgh, five miles beyond Woodstock. Three; brigades composed of foreign e'Miers were organized In New Or le; ns for tho defence of the city npainat tho northern armies. Tho en tiro enlistment was about 12,000 men. Or tho first brlpndo 2,000 were Creole!) nnd 1,000 French, Hpnnlards, Itr'.ir.ns and Germans. Tho second brigade comprised 2, COO French, S00 Spaniards, 500 Italians, 400 Germans nnd Scandinavians nnd C00 Suits, I'.el- plnns, Enrillrih, Slavonians, etc. The third ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

s, ( r"" " T r I ? 1 Ff-iry tie J'Vt-a l'rl-i) r:t".5?;f4 very YnitJ 1T the j i i;s.'-r-j . m-,x,-.1 ciin i!ur at. tie .. t,f st Cs;e G-rarSwm, II tisi!-r the !Asrca 3. 1V7J. A!N'.N OL'.NCKMI IMS. fra. A- ! ciiHTe tir tl-e .ne cf A s'.w.ir. fiubjfft. to Jnfti'n dl The government reu! boit, ' Y.'clls, arrived it the' Gape "on day evening on its wayj rom L Louis to Ccru and other points district with a supplj .crrvi.ie cf pro- visions J cUthir. for the fi1Kd ! fTertrs, cclleeted in Ct T-.--;a -thrf-'J'h the hospitality of tnej -various Civic bodies, and by ; ped here to nxtive a consign- 3cer;t of general vrares for the j rafortuMte flood Jttim. xvh.ch j courtesies were brou-.t atOUt; by the foresight of njenjbtrs of -. ;i j n, ! 3ub. who deen'e commenaa- lion for their liberal donations to the cause, as veil as those' -hoo:!ered individual contribu tions. While there are some who are too narrow-minded to lize the importance of united elTort in any institution, it is portar.t to reali...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

HERE ROOSEVELT STANDS 111 FIGHT He Is the Leader in Your Cause, Not His Ow.v Agalce the Bosses and Their Mi chime for the Genuine Rule of the People For Human Right and An Equal Chance for Every Man WW Art You? "TIIH LEADER FDR TIIK TIMK nrCTrfO. WHOEVER HK MAY RE, IS HOT AN INSTRUMENT. TO HI? USED UNTIL IIROKEN AND THEN TO EH CAST ASIDE; AND IF HE IS WOICTIl HIS SALT HE WIU, CARE NO MORE WHEN HE IS I.ROKEN TIIAN A BOLTMER CARES WHEN HE IS RENT WHERE HIS LIFE IS FORFEIT IN ORDKII THAT TIIH: V1CTOIIT MAY HE WON." THEODORE ROOSEVELT. He la the lender In your cause, tint hit own. He stands for the rule of Hip people Do ytwi? He Brands for his seven years' roe ord as president ag-alml every crooked Interest and every crooked political be. Do you! He stands for rigidly enforcing the pure food laws he enacted not for driving out of office those who. Iile Dr. Wiley, would enforce them. Do yoa? i He stands for driving out of public I 'hat the work of public spirited dm life those who "hnve ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

CnpD County Herald Herald FublinMng Co. . CAPE GIRARDEAU . . MISSOURI Keep out of Mexico. Keep out o fcrotihle. Mr feet rrny bo a lor. but moatly to Xhe nhoeruakir. A Missouri girl demands $20,000 for we-vrn klssta. Prices ara going up '-ry dnjr. Clttna'a republic seems to hr.ve Npilte ns much trouble as the defunct snonarrrhy. At this time, of the yenr almost any fcawfcall scribe can bat .300 la the plore league. Accidents will happen. A New York budge has refused to grant a wealthy w-oman a divorce. Oco of our beet nellcrs at this ea on of the year Is the teed catalogue, "which Is given away. ' Many a Chicago man awnkes from WreaniB of baseball to be told to get cut and shovel snow. Nobody need be discouraged, except iperhaps the man who planted his to mato seeds In tin cans. A woman In Virginia bought a $3,000 raintlng for $8, but usually art col Jtectors buy $S paintings for $5,000. Germany, according to a dispatch. Is watching Mexico. That country, ac cording to rumor, will bea...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

IiHAT10NAL z3 By l'EARL BASH MECKEL Kalph Woodson stepped bark quick ly to ftet out of 1 tie way of a speeding sutomobllo. Ho bumped against Bome tody bark of Mm. and there was a half suppressed femlnlno cry, followed oy a crash as of broken china. In confused apology ho turned ard beheld the most twauttful girl lie had over teen. With womanly tact, she tried to relieve bis embarrassment and hide her own dismay. The package which he had knocked from her hand ho ruefully picked up. and as ho es corted her to tho sidewalk he could fed tho pieces of broken china In Ui"1r wrappings. "I'rny forgive me," he exclaimed, "I m more Horry thnn I can say. I'll :ake this article with me and have It replaced." A look nlmoHt of fright ramo Into the young woman's face, ami In anx Vins torus she said: "Oh, no! You must not think of It! I rnn't let you have this." She reached out her hand for the 111 fated package. ltalph was surprised at her nglta tlon. Hut he was also Impressed by the if mnrkable s...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 19 April 1912

n Horn, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Eman- w 1 Milde, April 17th. a Kill. Mrs. Ed. Wright returned to Now Madrid Tuesday. Dr. Whitt.aker of Oak Ridge was here Tuesday. Misses Philips and Jones have resigned their positions as in ptructors in the city schools. Mrs. Chas. Pepper has been dangerously ill several days of pneumonia. Alexander in Jackson friends. Rods of Cape Was Monday visiting Mrs. Myrtle Ward and chil dren are visiting Mrs. EfTie Wil liamson at Illmo this week. Mrs. Laura Cannon went to Marble Hill Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jake Wisecover. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wessell re turned from Oran Monday, where they had been visiting several days with friends. Alvin Taylor returned from Carbondale Monday, where he spent several days on business and pleasure combined. Robert and Ben Obermiller, who have been working at Mem phis for some time, came home Monday to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wallace of Pocahontas visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday....

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 April 1912

2!U N'.rnrHlSalj'.o! Jl II 1'. J "I A 1 1 J i I t j I i ' 3 j M i ; U !! ! i J (5 4 r f 1 ,-1 O ...,) L .;J ra. . i ft 'V-Ja . 4 THE PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL THL HtWS THAT'S TIT TO PRINT" si'SiCniPTis price, $i.co a year, in ,svr::t No7i7 Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, April 26, 1912 Are Floods Increasing? Figures of the United States Geo logical Survey Indicates Cost of Flood Destruction. The present disastrous floods of the Mississippi River and the inundation of the surrounding lowlands throughout the break ing of the levees suggest the in quiry: Are floods increasing in the United States? Present con ditions are admittedly most un unusual, floods of both the Ohio and Missouri rivers swelling the already heavy flow of the Missis sippi itself, and this has created what will probably pass down in history as the worst flood of the Mississippi since the settlement of the country. Precipitation either snow or rain must ulti mately take two courses, either along the surface of t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 April 1912

c:;s of the ale:: "r.:oQ:;s!ii::E" distilleries vnnr'fi rn i.: f r f ; Ktra.-l Pi.'. 1 IT AIL n EAR'. EST Chid Eri'a n C'-'y O-e cf te S. tai'lo'v. j .f ic," i ts..r t&r .". aa la o -:... N.. !r- "S . cccur to .' I.v-r if i -aruvt y -.ri.c !-i ;te ir.-.l. or ter "it '-!r v:j",it.tA'--T, 'a i. erpe .:tt sr. trtWU! .,tK-S tie t'r.y r:..r.: i-o.t ly l a J. ke. 1 i ttt tie wfe:"a ."ilr-e was & I 3 tiff wo-. ihT flr'T t::2 at yea Is to '.e U-k c-f 4.!5i"..-tJ;af'f.rs. Lut ti.y ;UTr,:y ci--, roved t ".? t'.iy. Tr tt-rwlt ;le rv.5t5e Srr"ifs tut they c.-iat like t"r. t Vr. Hv;t3-ircT!" re'er- to i: st t.F w i ;.i ;? t. 3 ?sUa r? ry t "t"" tly re--'.'"-d -'rtlr. td tas'.e or i cf a py r ireJiKtry tiey -c-re svt fv.: wti-'fc. Wl'.a the cj;J .-e; ;td tie 1 rci ,U t.-iy atd He ;l,w -.&red co ll tie elder womaJB fcccjrf a the c:ltr ani rrtsnnsred. "How !Hy!" Ail ti's catre tie CrJ su . ar.d ll'.-L- Cral clearr-rrvsL I: 'vm-I vie- i!r. I!rrt nrowa ts.i .2iJ .:r. Ky-1 3i!7 r:roo tits ...

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