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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 May 1904

' lip'" Wi' ■ i:? *> A ,+/, * ) • . x . !' '- t •., f. •J|lg j V >Ji: ■,.- MENTS. Rate*—In Advpno*. District ...... 910.90 Comic • • • 'B,°® Precinct 93.00 FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Ooraicanr, Texas. as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 13ih Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of suid district, We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic ™-imarIea: For Judge 13th Judicial District— 1, B COBB (lie-election) W. R. BOYD. For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHElt' A JOHNSON for Ctate Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mc-.ennan— A M KENNEDY For Representative* - F M SELLERS N 1* HOUX For County Judge— JAS IUMBELL Reelection) For District Cleric— W. L, CARLE Y (re election) For County Clerk— .Vi^' MILLS K-ir County Attorney-r WM (BILL) KENNEDY; V B HAYKS (re-olection2d term) For Tax Collector— J J BURR1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 May 1904

--V si, ^ 'J&wij&.'&M&t: (cV fylvG ' : !ll0H Aaf'^fc - ?! — M >; aT> HM ;?-/fer: Iff Wi £& 4: >; 1 - C--V. fi I ;-' M K :enfs IS Eight cents a pound what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh. She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scott's Emulsion, and by tak- ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before tlie bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is! cheap for such valuable ma- terial. Some pay more, some less, some get nothing for their money. You get your money's worth when you buy Scott's Emulsion. We will send you a little free. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00 ; all druggists. Prof. R. B. Cousins spent Sun- day hero visiting his many friends. The professor looks hale and hearty and says Ins canvass for state superintendent is progressing very nicely and his chances for success look favorable. Growing Aches and Fains. Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bren.ond, Texas, writes. April...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 May 1904

I KKamS P> I \C) "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient." TRAVEL VIA \ Lowest Rates, Quickest Schedules, BestServic:, The Pioneer Cafe Car Line Meals Dispensed* en route at Moderate Prices. For full information regarding rates, routes, etc., call on or ad- 'lyeas any Midland Agent, or K B, McKAY, ^General Passenger Agent, Terrell, Texas. wide vestibuled, t electric lighted trains from GALVESTON, HOUSTON, . SAN ANTONIO, DALLAS AND FORT WOKTI1 ^TO ST.LOUI& KANSAS CITY AND THE NORTH AND EAST I Choice of Routes via Paris or Denison Observation Dining [Cars and Harvey Dining'Halls /a V 3,1 the way /a W. A.TULEY/.G. P. A. FORT WORTH.TEXAS & IA ( WAN l'ED—Special ReDtesentative J in this and adjoining territories, to re \ resent ai>d advertise an old establishp < badness house o( solid financial stand lug. 3aiarv |21 weekly, vritta Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Expenses advanced position permanent. We fnrnish every- mini*. Address The Columbia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 May 1904

ateib' w;; 3ays| ,.,ne. it is amusing the mother-in-law is of the seven jokes of rid. She is found every- even in most ancient San- abic literature. The medan says: "The best of -in-laws is like a large ■bile the subtle Hi lulu de- "Hov.-ev w, she is w." :• «* m ■ •bw. oni Vai to !" : w:um V. SSfcr&ead. U is s at iaifs 'd :• m;' ■Stft:*,-.? Pi':c h; e gesture repartees r®T.t&er-in-law to boil with eel that we, may expect the Hindu woman -st •.i-". •':votli,.';'r.>. Bibi kn in time she wiil -C.er-in-iaw hersei:. •icvs ■•SSBvr f" er good a moth- never the1 cs'3 a W ith c cr::tin l'.2 .Brahma ns the though liv ing in i^ not .alio1. .-el to •. -.hand's mother. way to sol re the she has an * ;,'.;ing she does i: by lers are giv en she an ineiinrtion of lid, h evevc - : -1 :e.A up for 1 cr cn- • spirited a "d cx- S7 and th; t her oftcr. car. • j her racre; My views are perhaps thodox, and will no doubt be con- demned by many, but a state* ment in the press with referenoe to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

See J. Sandford Smith for Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas VOL. BATTLE j| ! H ( j Lj L ... J Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1904, GREAT ARMIES ARE CLOSING IN SPUTTER OF GUNS ON THE FIRING lINE PRESAGES A TERRIDLE FIGHT. additional troops there and oom- mence an attack on Port Arthur. A Japan officer informed a cor- respondent of the Associated Press that the .Japanese were ready to lose 2000 men in the at- tack, and this ho did not consider a very large number in view of the great percentage of sick and wounded who will be able to re- take the field as the result of a modern hospital. Well informed Chinese say the entrance to Port Arthur is not blocked. Russian Army Evacuates New Chwang and Marche Forth to Meet the Japanese at Hai Cheng== riain Bodies Fifteen fliles Apart-- Fighting Has Commenced. Qroesbeck News. New Chwang, Night, May i7.--In comfirmation or re- cent Associated Press dispatches the Russian evacuation of this city has been completed. Nothing no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

Matter Who.t Doc« >ra Say—We Know T hat Heart Trou- lle in Many Casco Can Be Cured. ' ' 'There nro seven main features of 'Stcart disease, viz.: (1) Weakness or XteWUty: (2) Rheumatism or Neuralgia; <3> Valvular Disorder; (4) Dilation; <5) EularifQpjont; (6) Fatty Degenera- tion; (7) ."Dropsy, |>oci.:.Kintary evidence will prove '•thousands of'so-called "incurables" have toeen i'.bfjolutply cured by Dr. Miles' IJvew Heart Cure. Patients often have no Idea their dis- •«esLse Is heart trouble, but ascribe it to 'JTaoIffestion, Liver Complaint, etc. Here are some of the symptoms: "Shortness ot breath after exercise. "Smothering" Spells. Pain in Chest, left Shoulder and arm. Discomfort In Lying ♦on one side. Fainting Spells. Nervous CkKigh. Swelling* of Feet and Ankles. Ta!r i esg of Face and Lips. Palpitation. .Nightmare, Irregular Pulse. *'l have great faith in Dr. Miles* New 3E£eart Cure, and speak of its merits whenever opportunity presents. 1 can cow go lip and down ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

s ■ >'"''' i -fin SjR A1 Ki JL 3t= !Wk > •■' \U V >,*• X I L) j Summer Homes ! for 1904. It. is none too early to plan your summer vacation. You will be considerably assisted if vou have at hand the descriptive booklets ibsued b? the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. Lake resorts and other ideal summer homes in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and Jo.va are described. Books with rates for tickets and board, information about routes aiid train se ice, sent for six cents postage. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 343 M in St., Dallas. G. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. V a o o a a a0 0 a o a 0 0 0 o a o t; o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 « 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 000 £'000000 0. 0 000 Swift and Conven- ient Schedules H gh Grade Mod= ern Equipment Courteous Treat= ment Perfect Dining ^nd Cafe Car Service. 0 00000000000000000000000000 0.0 Q00000OQio And Everything Necessary to insure a Safe, Speedy, Comforta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

I Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tax., aa second class mall matter The State Pharmaceutical As~ sociation is in session in Houston 'v u S. n R st Parker carried the day in Indi ana, Hearst only gstting two of the delegates. Two officers and fifteen men have been killed by the Moros in the Philippine Islands. The Japs are still hot in behind the Russians, and now a big Rus- sian retreat is talked of. It is now believed that Bryan is getting l'tady to bolt the St. Louis convention and organize a new party. Gen. Miles is out in an inter- view in which he says that Jeff Davis was not handcuffed while a prisoner at Fortress Monroe. There is never any war news in the Monday morning papers. Perhaps this is because the war correspondents do not work on Sunday. Gov. Lanham has called the boll weevil board to meet in Floresville on Jane 1st. All par- ties who have n medies to submit should take notice and be on hand so as to get that $50,000. The railroad commission is about to take up t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

' m ■ 1 > I J \' ANNOUNCEMENTS. rnmrnmm.* Rata*—In Advanoa. District 10.W Cotruv* • • • • |8 Praclnct $3 FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Oorsicanr, Texas, as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of £he 13th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of said district, We aire authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic wcimaries: For Judge 13th Judicial District— 1, B CuBB (Re-election) W. R. BOYD. For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHER A JOHNSON To the Democrats of the 13t.li Judical District. I wish thf, use of the office of Dis'rict Attorney for one more term, and I ask you fcr it subject to your will (at) in the primaries. While my rfrfcial duties will prevent me from seeing many of you before the el- - on yet, I will be (jrateful for your support and more grateful for the office Yours truly, May 16, 190*. O. C. KIIiVEN.- For State Senator, 12th District — A J IIARFER Fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

fW. ■ \bvim, ISIR i INE FOOD ■ - % .4! • ^ • ' if? ' • ,'s i 4. Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Call the disease rickets if you want to. The growing child must eat the right food for growth. Bones must have bone food, blood must'have'blood food and so on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children. Little doses every day give thfc: stiffness and shape j that healthy bones should have. . Bow legs become straighter, ' loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble.1 -Right food will cure it. In thousands of cases Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. ■unrmaorrTCT awit— saawt——«a—— George Kennedy of Beaumont, is visiting his grandmother hero. Growing Aches ami Pains. Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bron.ond, Texas, writes. April 15, 1902: "I have used...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

I ,w V I' HI J US - .' i .. ■ :>f' ' ==ki HfcMiiSSi DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes vou Miserable. Almost everybody v/ho re..ds the news- papers is sure to know of the wonderful lt=dJ cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, j the great kidney, liver *, and bladder remedy. It is the great medi- JJJft cal triumph of the nine- teenth century; dis- covered after years ot scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi- nent kidney and blad- der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble.' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rcfi" omrnendedfor everything but if you havekla- ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 May 1904

►HhBkS - k^. ! :h wpf' *! E$ m% r^ u Tha Nawaat and Dest Gun, ... ! A middle agpd resident of Vlf- I r, who always shoots with the Scst and ncWes" of guns', has ««• owned a fowling picce in &£ life. I t is doubtful' if he has JwS.Cfeiit capital to buy one. Re- aHrfly a discovery was made by ar.jwrty of shooters from New Tai who f 11• • t with him near ffcsrituck :i few days before wild •surk.s" w.eti outlawed in this state. Mi find a beautiful gun that had anrstt- beer. used. The price of it mm.$250, a bigr one in these days. Ife-shot two days and disappeared .«s;--f'.'.!rn within twenty-four hours wirier another weauon of different «wi , Li:' quite as costly. With fie £ii• shot two days. An « !.•?member of the club Sh'nT' :d: (hm manufacturers know jprtv.'i. ' vho r.r? the good shots «f t! world : they know that our ^V,-; n:'an can lvold his own with Cleveland . :i:ey ship him C. (1)., wit!; the privilege w* trying it two days, he deposit- ary the frire and frei.rlit charges ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

waft M. W fe / 3 A Sandford Smith State Herald. vol. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904, Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas NO. 21 JAPANESE WIPE OUT AN ENTIRE SQUADRON Russian Cossacks Defeated By Section Japanese Infantry. Fierce and Bloody Skirmishing Continues at Seat of War*-St. Petersburg informed That Japan- ese Lost 15,000 Men atfPort Arthur but Report Not Credited. Bulletin—Tokio, May 24, 5 p. m.—General Kuroki re- ports that a section of Japanese infantry encountered and defeated 200 Cossacks at Touto Kou, eight miles northeast of Kuang Tien. The Cossacks fled to Ai Youncr Piemen, leaving 20 dead, the Japanese sustaining no loss. Additional derails of the right fight at Wang Chiatun, near Takushan, May 20, indicate that a squadron of Cossacks was almost annihilated by Japanese infantry, which surrounded and completely routed the enemy. All the Russian officers were killed, wounded or cap- tured, Natives report that some Cossacks escaped on foot, abandoning their equipment. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

K Not Help Your bui Will oallen Your Nerves. yolks who t'.-Usk tc is better to boar j 5J*in than -Rootl.o it—are wrong. BK9i8ri fti«liioiift doctors used to say it cettoi:, because they lia<l nothing whu lv to t?a«o pain but dangerous, fc*i-t-pat';tly:sln£ drugs. Sut flow, that a safe remedy has iletftt found, Dr. files' Anti-Pain Pills, fa 'y^ ton is to suffer, for nothing can bo but weakened nerves. rj JV: safe, rule to remember is: When '-Sh pain, take an Anti-Pain Pill. Ti. v.iil soothe your quivering nerves. J&t.' Miles' Ant!-Pain Pills relieve paSfc '£jr Tcjlorh.g the natural secretions, in wi«e":i they differ from opium and sim- • i:"..rrofk'. drugs," which relieve pain 3ty civ.^klag the action of the glands. They are sure and harmless, and aro ffiws latest medical treatment for the •are of Headache, Neuralgia, Backache, 1th , nv.itDizziness, Toothache, 8tpTuaciia *he, Menstrual (Monthly) ' - fa'r.1*. Also nerve irritations like Sea- gfc&uess, Car-Sickness, Sleeple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

WSmwivMf ■■ *w '■ •,; "* s ft. ;. iv.'-4." V... , ... i ■■ h P I 1 B; ' IB Wm Bp,/ T v itil t r 1 4 I J &■ for 1904 i I It, is none too early to plan your asminer vacation. You wili be considerably assisted if vou have at hand the descriptive booklets issued b*' the \ Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul | Railway. Lake resorts and other ideal summer homes in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and lo.va are described. Books *iifcli rates for tickets d board, information .lbdut routes and train ice, sent for six cents postage. M. F. SMITH, C111 nic rcial Agent, 348 M in Sc., Dallas. Q. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. ? SVC5>ii!??'!S9.<K6 aaDOOfiCfOoafioa0ycac.a<<«o« c^C(0ac( oaoao Swift and Conven ierit Schedules t>e>ts&a«o FOR !1gh Grade Mod= ern Equipment WVX Courteous Treat- ment Perfect Diningynd Cafe Car Service. And Everything Necessary to Insure a Safe, Speedy, Comfortable Trip, WBumim iivocjiM-aB'. ia.ia'. twtr*rm For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

'e Herald. Thursday^ by N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. iptton, per year,. $1.00 Bnterad at the postofflce at Mexta, ' Tex., as second class mail matter •\ Hearst carried California. Wonder if gold had anything to do with it? There was recently shipped out of San Antonio a solid train load of onions. There is b split in the VViscon pin republican party and two tickets will be put in the field. "In Japan even a married son obeys his mother." In America he obeys his Houston Post. wife's mother.- The School commencement season is now at hand—and the "sweet girl graduate" is the centre of attraction. It now appears that there are two Togos, one a vice admiral and the other a rear admiral. How do you expect the Russians to whip two such men? Senator Blackburn of Kentucky is out in an interview in which he predioti that an attempt will be made to stampede the National Convention to Cleveland, and now Henry Watterson of the Courier-Journal jias experienced a change ot heart and says he ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

>VV J&v ■ i i" A i • M mm *«> < ■ *■- ■:: ; - ANNOUNCEMENTS. ■* Rat«a—In Advano*. District 110.90 Comit* W-00 Precinct 13-00 FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Coreicanr , Tenia. as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 13lh Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of said district, To the Democrats of the 13th Judical District. r I wish the use of the office of District Attorney for one more term, and I ask you fcr it subject to your will (at) in the primaries. While my t fflcial dutieB will prevent me from seeing many of you before the election yet. I will bo grateful for jour support and more grateful for the office Yours truly. May 16, 190i. O. C. KIRVEN. We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic wtimaries: For Judge 13th Judicial District— 1, B COBB (Re election) W. R. BOYD. For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHER A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

List Saturday evening while the section gang on the T. & B. V. was coming in from work Walter llussell, who was pump- ing iho car, fell off and the cat passed over him. His hand and ankle were considerably bruised up b.ut it ia riot thought that ho is seriously hurt. m. lylock was the man who ted a pound of human | There are many yldcks now, the convales- it, the consumptive, the iickly child, the pale young woman, all want -human flesh and they can get it—take Scott's Emulsion. Scott's Emulsion is flesh and blood, bone and muscle. It feeds the nerves, strengthens the digestive organs and they j II, J. MiUigan feed the whole body. For nearly thirty years Scott's Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh. We will send you a couple of ounces free. I" i &f fe'cr A POSI IVE MrtEfiHY. riavi«g to lay upon my bed for 14 days from a severely bruised left, I only found,relief when I used a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment I can cheer- fully recommend it as the best medicine f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

■j •: II m K \ 9 ■ imm 4.' , vWlii'Miv WfflifiMpF^sPr ■ ib$ of Many Sudden Deaths. « a dftseaso prevailing In this most dangerous because jo decep- * *"'* tlve. Many sudden deaths sr-s Caused by it — heurt disease, pneumonia, heart failu-i or apoplexy p are ften the result of kidney disease. If h.'iney trouble is al- 'AAnfen L '"wed '° advance the •i, U ml.. . kidney-poisoned ™ *' Wood will attack the 'etnHTiniotiiiuiE'4^ 'itai organs , or the iiBXi<Yr,«r .t'lftrnselvfi down and waste . •xiiA by ce1' 'Kfotfeiw tro" .mostal'Ajys result from A 'jK9K>rptt.r of the kidneyu and a cure, is -.sickest by a pro jor treatment of :lrk-s".c «yj. If you are feeling badly you j .. .pj mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's f'WMif 'Root, the great kidney,-liver and «Sati •ranitedy. . K ■.-).) rscts inability to hold urine and sc~>(d- •5.13*5 -c,i. ,'i passing itL and overcomes that auitwi.-jrt necessity of being compelled to >{« oiss.'fl fi-.-ring the day, and to get up many titTsr,. ;.-inng t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 May 1904

I £ fii ,;/ i/l J I DIRECTORY. LODGES. ODD FELLOWS. Wsxia Lodge No. 46. Meets every WwtneH'lay tight, at Fraternal, Hall. "WMters at .va\ s welcome. John Vaughn, N. G. 1 NEWMAN. SdcretaiT. WOODMEV OF THK WOKLD Meets "nd and 4th Friday nights Joi eat naoncti at Fraternal Ha". John Vauohn, C C. A r> McDonald, Clork. A Reply to Subscriber of Point Enterprise. Mexia, Tex, .May 23, '04. Mr. Editor:—1 notice in your la&jf week's issue a communica- tor from I'oint Enterprise sign- ing Ins name subscriber. It seems he has an object in view to use your paper to advertise some people. As he has nothing to ad- vertise himself he has taken up the business of his neighbor. First, two weeks ago he run an mnights OF Pythias. | a'd C"v lm neighbor, that was des yjinTis Lodjje No 20. Meats every j t-'ent but I would think expensno to the editor. In his first he says, •'If you want berries or peaches wati for iVlr. fruit hack, Vis- ■ !.<v r.ipihtat Fraternal Hall .jr.-v.c KniRft-s always we...

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