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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 May 1900

CHEAP RATES VIA WABASH RAILROAD. Home-Seekers Excursions, May 1st and 15th, June 6th and 19th, 1900. One first class fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Tickets limited to 21 days from date of sale. Excursion tick ets will also be sold to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colo., on dates and at rates named above. Annual Meeting Southern Baptists, Hot Springs. Ark., May 10th to 17th. One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 7th to 11th inclusive. Christian Endeavor Union Meeting, Chillicothe, Mo., May 18th to 20th, 1900. One and one third fare for the round trip Dates of sale May 18th and 19th final return limit May 21st. General Assembly. Presbyte rian Church in U. S., St. Louis, May 17th to 31st. One and one third fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 15th, 10th, 17th and 22nd, final return lim it June 2nd, 1900. Imperial Council Ancient Or der Nobles of the Mytic Shrine Washington, D. C, May 22nd to 24th, 1900. Tickets on sale May 19th, 20th and 21st at very low ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 May 1900

V MMM tM( Correspondence COOPERVILLE. The badly needed rain fell Satur day. MlM LlOdlo Ki'li-r, of Monroe, i visiting her aunt, Mm. K. .1. .Me Knight. Miss Silva Davis and hr brother, Lou, are. having quite a time with the mumps. Cburloy Web m ulster, Ray, of Bollvtltfl, visited their sister, Mrs. B. V. Hatiley. Thursday and Friday. Charley Davis and Miss Ora Mo , 'unlock were inane one Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents by Rev. George Smith. George Quokiuau - and wife returned to their home near Indian I reelt alter a week's visit with their daughter, Mr. W. .1. McLeod. Jim Hyan and Ollle Burdltt moved botoe Thursday. They have been batoning but they nay there is too many "(iris to batch. You are right boys. Lewis Lear and cousin. Charley Lear, of Coopervllle, spent Thursday at Clover Dale, shooting frogs. They are shipping them to -it. Louis. Frank Mowers went to Palmyra on business la-t week. Charley Ryan and family, of Phila delphia, f (sited John Ryan's family Saturda...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

Monroe City democrat. Jbemocrat Printing Co., Publisher. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. NO. 6 DECORATION DAY. Wednesday. May 30th is Dec oration day and don't you for get it. The G. A. R's are pre paring for the occasion and have invited the Ex Confeder ates to join them in the.haud clasp of friendship and brother ly love over the graves of those who were once political enemies but are now friends eternal. To meet there will warm the cockles of the heart, make the fountain of toleration, forgive ness and love burst forth anew. To meet there will have a ten dency to obliterate self, to cause one to think of others and to teach one and all to be more considerate of each other. The citizens generally will take part in the celebration this year and the Monroe City Band has gen erously consented to give its services that afternoon. We -would suggest that the business house...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

FOR PUEblDEN Hos. W. .T. Hr.YA. the committee, of wblc i been made chairman. HON I i 1 'TO BE IRISH IS THE THING. I I It is very smart to be Irish HE LOVED TO FIGHT. A Little Men Who Would Rather shoot Than b'at. "The earnest man and the best fighter that I ever knew and I've If noun quite a number in my day was little Jacic Watson of California," remark ed Senator William M, Stewart of Nevada one day in Washing 4on when he was in a story tell ing mood to a party of interest ed listeners. "Watson had beeu a member of Jack Hayes' famous com pany, and. though he didn't weigh over 120 pounds and in height measured but 5 feet S inches, he would right at the drop of a hat the biggest man that ever breathed. I don't know what state gave him birth, but he .was a native of the south, and all the pioneers of Texas knew him well. "The little chap didn't pro voke difficulties, but I verily believe he en joyed lighting for its own sake, and odds didn't figure with him once he con cluded to go i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

ENGLISH DISGRACE. England is pouring out the blood and treasure of her peo ple to conquer and subjugate a free prosperous people in Af rica, while 80,000,000 English subjects in India are suffering in some way from famine. For the 80,000,000 famine sufferers England has sent, in subscrip tions, 125,000 to aid the In dian treasury. In South Africa where at most a population of 300.000 is directly involved in the outcome of the war England is spending a thousand fold more, . l.r0.000. British civili zation, what a comment. For 200 years India has enjoyed (?) the blessings (?) ot English rule. Behold he spectacle. England allowing her subjects in India to die of starvation by hundreds of thousands where food could be obtained by the spending of money; and at the same time England is spending ublood and money to make a free prosper ous people British subjects. The Philadelphia North Ameri can makes a strong contrast. It quotes as follows the appeal from the New York Christian Herald whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. II. V, HlXSOlf, City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. i Itercd it the pott office at Monroe Mly, as I'l-ond-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY. MAY 17. 1900. Pulley Belts autl Buckles at Williamson & Bull's J. L. Lyon and wife spent Sunday in Brookheld with their daughter, Mrs. Theo Gartner. Miss Gussie Theioff, of Hun newell. soent nart of the week p p pj with the family of Joseph Hick man. Miss Cora Settle, of Sbelbi nn, came down Saturday to spend Sunday folk. with the home Republic or shall it be' Empire. Which The Monroe been repudiated ley crowd. Doctrine has by tne McKin- The Republican party is for a large standing army. Tins is not only dangerous, but expen sive and will not be endorsed by the people. America is now and has for several months been pursuing such tactics of war as were con demned by no less person than President McKinley in 1897. rln 1897 it was Spain that was carrying on the war. Now Em per William, of Canton, is the Commander-inch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

I Don't Fail to Sec j If AROINT I V1 11 lUIl J Line of Summer Dress Goods, 1 I All the latest things in Wash j I Goods. Come and see us, j I It costs nothing to look. j Yours for trade, j i W. V. CARSON & CO. ! New Glassware son & Bull's. at William-1 te-, . . W. B. Coisets & Bull's. at Williamson The Loyal Temperance Le gion will meet next Sunday at 3 p. m. Brings Medcalf the week on nis near Saverton. IS spending apple farm WARM weather brings Ice Boxes and Freezers to the front, Come and see ours, we will sell them cheap. We have a fine line of Gasoline Stoves r as Ladies Slippers, t.O0, 1.28, 1.50 and 2.00 at Williamson & Bull's. Childrens fans and umbrellas at Wi lliamson & Bull's. James Pike, of Indian Creek, was visiting relatives in this city Sunday. If you have an account at Westhoff & Carson's you will please settle it at once. James T. S. Hickman flagged North Main St. Monday morn ing. It was a case of name it. Charles Taylor, of Philadel pbia. has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. . ROL5E, R. F. HIXSON. Editor City. Editor i Trv the new remedv nr 00t Irene, tham ..erlali.'n Stomach hihI Href Teblett. Kvery box luaranteod, prm c. roraaie oy n. v. oon. i" Fo-- trimmed hats of all styles go toTudie Swinkey. MONROE CITY, MO. H. & ST. .101: TIMH TABLE. at See those lovely hammocks A. JaBOBB'8. OOINO EAST. sen lfaoniief i' Denver & 81 l.onl" Ex ttBe m ' a Denver It Lonli Ex SsM II l.'-portlun 1 A: l. I.ools Kx pm ftrt Ohlrajro Ex ttBSB a m f II Lwal tniht IM P m WKKT. ;: Paaienfter K' n m ' Denver A Bt Lout Ex Ift Denv r a- si. Loot Ex Ii 0 am It Portlnwl it t Louis Ex Hi h p m I M-OMonip) Ex... Ifc14pra t t 1 1 Pretihl IsW " m I ah train marked i are dally oxeepl Sunday. All Other daily. J. I.. l.Yo.V. A(ciit. MlHHOUrl, Kimsiis Al Tt-xiis Hall way Co. Time Table. TJtAIVh ft'irTll. No. sPMiengof " 21 Passe11e.fr JM.-I..H :.i Prelffht ,. si Duly Bxet Sunday. TKAINS NORTH. .llsTS 11 m . 12:07 p tn - 1 ; a m . . 41 11 m . . ,.2:48 p m . .. 8:10...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

CHEAP RATES VIA WABASH RAILROAD. Home-Seekers Excursions, Mav 1st and 16th, June 8th and 10th, 1000. One first class fare plus&2.00 for the round trip. Tickets limited to 21 days from date of sale. Excursion tick ets will also be sold to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colo., on dates and at rates named above. Annual Meeting Southern Baptists, Hot Springs. Ark., May 10th to 17th. One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 7th to 11th inclusive. Christian Endeavor Union Meeting, Chillicothe, Mo., May 18th to 20th, 1900. One and one third fare for the round trip. Dates of sale May 18th and 10th final return limit May 21st. General Assembly Presbyte rian Church in U. S., St. Louis, May 17th to JJtst. One and one third fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 15th, 16th, 17th and 22nd, final return lim it June 2nd, 1900. Imperial Council Ancient Or der Nobles of the Mytic Shrine, Washington, D. O, May 22nd to 24th, 11)00. Tickets on sale May 19th, 20th and 21st at ver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 May 1900

4, frfrtlfrfrM Correspondence HATCH. Parmer nil busy )iiwin Sntui(l:iv the primary riu ill anil i ..TV mini oraltiro. COUNTY LINE, corn. Corn yrowinff nicely. OaU looking went tT All very bud. will Htii'k to tin' i Itev. Patrick will preach at IJcthle- ! hem next Sunday. There .u.s HUM! at Brush I 'reek Sunday. Miss Pearl Mtllor who in visiting in this vicinity, npeut Sunday with Miss Owulln bSlllott, Tlw younK ltly will return to lit r home In St. Luult about tin" lli'nl of .1 unu. A litu llnliitltf parly will spend a lav mi .''.ill lllvor eri! loiio linn- will he li.vd later. (truss was nuvui' hut ten Health im good, No mora small-pox scare. Banket ure plentiful Imt new! scare an bens toeih. The as COOPbKSVILLB. II. i. Lear and family visited Mm. Loar'i lalher, Mr. Klierly, at New Market Sunday. .) amen Smith and daughter, Miss Ellie, tl Indian Creek, visited W. J. MoLsod'l family Sunday. Miss Joule Melxjod and her little sisters, RUie and Ktiniee, visited their aunt, Mrs. Harden ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1900. NO. 7 MARION COUNTY DEMOCRATS. At the primary held in Mari on County Saturday the total vote received by each candi date was as follows: Representative Thomas W. Hawkins. 1477; M. L. Farres, 790; B. G. Moss, 974; Hawkins plurality 503. Collector Collins J. Johnson 1,807; Louis E. Prazer, 1,573; J ohnson's majority 234. Sheriff E. Sims O'Conner (no opposition) 3,357. Treasurer Alex P. Griffith. 1,691; Wade Maxwell, 649; Jas. M. Morriss, 879; Griffith's ma jority over both, 162. Prosecuting Attorney S yd ney J. Roy, 1,458; Ben P. Glahn 636; Allen E. Dent, 1.227; Roy's plurality, 231. Assessor John A. Miller, 1,233; Rufus Christian, 800; E. W. Cannon, 434; Milton Phillips 55; Miller s plurality, 378. Public Administrator Jerry T. Hansbrough (no opposition), 3,343. Surveyor Henry P. K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

FOR PRESIDENT She held the hand of Mr. , if you like we'll sit it outthat you want. Time means money Apps for 1 moment, causing lis, if you promise to keep up to you, 'Enery." that gentleman to gasp for thai diverting Jvist li,nc: tain. and called one of the I like it. Do you ever think I you can manage to do so?" Rather!" said Mr. Apps. "And it is a capital make up, Captain Norman." she went on. "Do you know that at tirst, wasn't just for one moment. I thought breath maids. "Just bring me a a card." she said. m j a. i i range lor a carriage 10 nic 'Captain Norman back to his hotel in the morning. I pencil and 1 must ar- SPRINC FEVER. Feelin' mighty badly, an' I don't know what It Is. iMainmv any the rbeumalit! Daddy my iat little tiooni way whon tiey (trow) OratiBy don't iay nuffln', ebuoklt) uoV and low. the reckon dat it mu' ie dis but Bh. Feet dey keep adrafgin' an' ma shot sivm full d' lead: Clare to (foodnetli, mo" de time I Willi dat 1 was dead, l'eopk- ketob me inoo&In' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

AS THE DEVIL WOULD DO. The editor of the Atchison Champion concluded he would have his paper run tor a week as the devil would run it and wrote to various prominent men over the state for llieir opinions as to how they thought bit Sa tanic Majesty would handle the job. Among those who answer ed was ex-Governor John P. St. John, who said : "I have received yours of the 29th ult., asking me to give my opinion as to 'How the devil would run a paper.' and in re ply hereto I desire to congrat ulate you on your excellent judgment in selecting me to an swer that question, for my fa miliarity with his Satanic Maj esty enables me to impart to you a lot of information that the ordinary inous man knows but little about. The first thing the devil would do would be to write a salutatory. He would give it an intense religious tone. He would shout for "Old Glory," and scream for liberty, and pitch into the Mormons, but would not say a word about the thousands of slaves, and our government salaried...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W.J. HOUSE, Editor. n. W. hixson, city Editor. TEPMS $1.00 PER YEAR. ileri'fl t the pot ofllrril Monroe Ctljr, a HCOondclaKS mattt-r. Mo. THURSDAY, MAY 24. l'.too. Oxfords COUNTY CONVETION. Continued from Int. pnc Carpet bag rule will the same. ever be Another white washing com mittee is now in order. The Cuban scandal is too black to go un -white washed. Every Democrat owes it to himself, to his country, to his family to contribute his mite to the Democratic campaign fund. Now is the time for our Re publican Jfriends to do some thing to curtail the power of the robber trusts. England's war on the Boers and America's war on the Filip pinos is nothing less than a big strong bully murdering a weak, inoffensive citizen. The laws which make the few millionaires and the masses poorer are not just laws, and that political party which plac ed such laws on the country should not be continued in control. America stands appalled at the manner in which some for eign countries are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

w MCCORMICK BINDERS AND -AND- WHAT SOME OF OUR BEST FARMERS SAY ABOUT THEM. XKXXXXXXXKlkXXXKJIXK T wwwm WW -r r HE best hope of com'' petition is to make Machines just as good as McCormick's, The Prosperous larmeralvvays has a I have been running a Mc Cormick Mower for three years and have thoroughly proven its faculties. I can recommend it to my friends. J. L. Melson. Iam using the McCormick Vertical Lift Mower and will say it is very light draft, easy to handle and the most conven ient mower I ever used, can re commend it as first class in every respect. J. P. Bush. I bought a McCormick Binder two years ago. It is perfect in every respect, and if I had to buy another it would be the Mc Cormick, as they certainly are the best. I have also been using a McCormick Mower, which can not be beat. I can fully recom mend the McCormick to every body. T. P. Stephens. . ixk- r r ' 'to yhc i T r m HE greatest record in the world, 213,629 McCoiv mick Machines were made and sold in 1899, Have be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

T II F DEMOCRAT w. rouse, K. F. HIXSON. Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & ST. JOB TIME TABLE GOING EAST. No 4-Pn cngtt MS V "1 A lii-uvrr A St Lculs E Sf.jrm m in - deliver 4 81 I.ouiM Ex ftM m uPorilanl a si. Urate n ' W ehlem-o Kt II fi I Local Freight 1 WF.HT. "-Passenger .. r.-Doiivi r k St. I.oiil Ex lA-DenYor & Louis ex .til'nrl'ninl A It Lout K M Chicago Ex t M"loal Freight. All trails maraud t M lallj acept jui others dMly 111 pin : S a m 1 ::;.' u m 'M a m . f::". am ; r, urn . p m . H p m 1 itll n m ( Sunday. TrTthe new remeilv sor eotlvrno. Chsm Uerlllu't Btomaeh and liver Tablets. Kverv box guaranteed, l'rlee 2.1c. Korsalc liy H. O. Wood. W. W. Longmire was a busi ness visitor in Paris Monday. Walter Boarman lost a fine Jersey cow Sunday. Fo- trimmed hats of all styles go toTudie Swinkey. Miss Tudie Swinkey carries a choice line of Dry Goods, call and see her. .!. E. LYON, Aceiit. Missouri, Khmsbs A Texas Hall way Co. Time Table. TRAIN" SOUTH. HO, IfrFMMU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

Order of Publication in Vacation. fiTATK OF MISSOURI,) COUNTY OK IIONHOB, f In llio Olrnnlt Court of Monroe Comity. Hinl" Hi Illrks nnil JmnfK Kirks her litis pind, Ueorgunn Tuwiht, and John Towner, lur ndlttsnd, plnltulIVs, vh. Kllzn Uri'iin ThompHon, nml Frntik A. Tlioinvsoti her him linml, John K'ftnkliu Tnrlry. ClnrnOllvo '.mm nml Evan P. Gram, bfi husband, MhihI Myrtle Turley, (single), Julia I Turley. widow, mid Idn NoBrloo. cletVinlunts The suite of Missouri, to the above tikroed He- fl-lid nuts i , r .-, I i I! : Now on this 14lh. rtny of Mny, ItlOO In vnentlnn oiClrrult Court for Monrop Counlv. MIsRourl, before October Term I'.kjo of Kniil Olnult Court, come . 1 nl 1 1 1 i II V- herein tiy attorney of rcenrd MNtll, before mid CUrk Hiid oil huhalf of pluiolilV flk'B petition In suit herein, huioiik other matter! of notion hIU'kIuk: ThiUKalil defendants Klisu Cren" Thompson, Krank A. Thompson, her liusbund. John Frank lin Turley. Clara Olive Oram and Evan I'. Gram, her husban...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 May 1900

w j Correspondence HATCH. Our city wa full of people Satur day trading with our enterprising merchant. Bam Chrttttiitti Ht family of your city spent Sunday with Dr. John Hell .in. I family. Wa learn the wheat is damaged OBM by the Hessian lly. A gOOd many fish are being caught out of Salt Kiver. There will bj preaching at. Aerial the ttrt Sunday in June. IM Floyd went to Hannibal on bus ineM .Monday. Jatnea Klliott anil estimable wife iM'nt Sunday with v. J. Kendrlok and wife. .John Watson lost a valuable hoi se last week. Win. Young add Hank Bradthaw were in Hannibal on business last Week. COUNTY LINE. Plenty of line rain. Corn getting weedy. Uev. Wiley Patrick preached at Bethlehem Sunday. J. Li Melson was OOUFting in New hot. don last week. Irve Underbill was near Sidney on business Friday. Wm. Ilunnerwadul is sowing .'10 acres of eaae. This is the largest crop of cane we have yet known one man to sow. Mrs. .1. L. Mulson is getting along nicely, yet slowly. She is not conlin to i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

k V 71 r n &rc crfQH. C fc L f MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. VOL 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Per l'tar NO 9. DISCOVERY OF ZINC ORBS. In a Portion of Monroe, Marion and Halls Counties, Mo. The accidental discover' of particles of zinc blend, by JIM Green, in liis paint mine near Monroe City, Mo., about three years ago, has caused much comment, and it was the exhib it of these few "shines" that first attracted the attention of the writer, who has spent, some years in the mining districts of Colorado and Montana, where he picked up some ideas of pi ns pecting for mineral, and learned how the strata of rock are pen etrated and the wonderful de posits of nature made available for the use of man. About the first of last Novem ber in company with Mr. N. P. Rodgers I commenced, and al most continuous!- have put in the time prospecting for surface indication...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

e-M - FOK PRESIDENT Hon. W. J. TiBYAH. BROTHERHOOD. any little word of mine May make a life the brighter, II any little sun; of mine May make a lieurt the lighter, Cod help me speak the little word And take my hit of tinging! And drop it in a lonely vale To net the echoes rinrinr. 'lf any little love of mini' May make a life the sweeter, II any little care of mine. Make a friend h the fleeter. If any lift of mini; may ease The burden of another, C!od (five me loveand care and strength To help a toiling brother." GRANDMOTHER'S SAMPLER. "A Btory? Well, let me see" Kan's head nodded approval; lor. when grandma began with, 'Det me see," 'twas a "sure sign" that she was recalling an experience of her own girlhood a true story of long ago. Af ter a tew moments, the bright knitting needles stopped click ing. and fell uncomplainingly perhaps glad of a short breath ing spell, who knows:" into grandma's ample lap. "Let me see; 'twas fifty-six years ago it seems but a day to look back upon tha...

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