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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 March 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONO EXPOSURE VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., .MARCH 20, 189(1. NO. 15. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; rho Wail of tho Western Prairies, DY WELDON J. COBB. fliArTEr, II?ronttauaxt "I will dele u tho purpose of tho-*? wreckers, or will sq 1 my lifo dearly,*" he murmur-d, grimly. "Caution Bod vigi lance, Darrel Grey, and yon ipaybocom* rt hero in spite of yourself.*' Ho j aused as he had proceeded only a Bhortdi->tan?-o down the tracks Far to iho small ho heard iii*1 dim echo of advancing sound, like, tho dis? tant noise of a horso's hoofs mi tho hard, rocky road lhat Iel toward Miner's Loch. "Thc dc pd agent," soliloquized Grey. "Iii- i-- returning. Had 1 bolter wait and i - aid? Hark!" A m.nd thal thrillc 1 him keenly broke thc stillness ' I tho seen . ! 'ar down tho ca:." "ii cchoc ! iii' mn >'> <1 whisl *? of an engine. "Tho tran i- comin**!" ho cr'od ex - T"!i ? !?? ls no 1 ian- to los?c." Ile diverged from '!:?? track and struck inward lin' curve, Through...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 March 1896

MaQ o^oManmnmnani r&jii&asna--'. .. itt mw la? Terras, $1.50 a '-'c. i ? ? Z - 3'sl J- . ' hap rj ? fl nd i ' and b ? Iii-, fcla-d* the : out t; Sen-ate v.ii. uo di . ' land i fjo, Tlie ne ? of tisi! and Biiti mot at Stan:, ana ? ; --villi J. preside..: rotary. They will n let 01 of Apiti to p ill the plaee-i which will be Siled ix* .lui The vote for United Sta - for in th. Kentucky L Saturday resulted in no eh Senator ? . 1. Thero tvn-j no ext Gov Br: of miKtary to take possession of the State House at Fi Dr. Patt Icon ;. chairman for the ettj li mo nd rice Mr. Edg ir ."' ;. 6 tn io Chairman' ' : phy, who ** aa a] tirst, got ? do*' ii] not g:V'~ uj ut. ? with of dome n V is era] at Who ono can r?ad resit! 1 wou'd have beea to had ti,is continued. Hie 1* mers woii'd li ot' dollars, fn <i tion. wi the uni) suit would havo beon nwee trOUS till'.!", i t)f thi State. There is more in ~\for tho pe<.'. hud been juan y ol readers :.er.3, who aro a iv.'a-. afcrt and know when ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 March 1896

? &****? ???*?? HilWS I. sTIf ll Highland IlECitoi>E2i LOCAL NEWS Miss Signora Lightocr i.j tt of Mrs. 0. G. Ci r. Wm. Mcl$ui1 Dow ell, waa in towin Wednesday, All caiti^'i and nothing lost when yon take your county pap Mr M. A. Colaw, of Crabbottoni, waa in Monterey, Wednesday. Mr. .1. B Hr ml sh a v.. of McDow? ell, wa*5, in Monterey, Monday. t The way new subscribers rolling in i3 quite encouraging, Mr J, M. Colaw is still imp ing, hut not able to go to - Mr. Wm. Rexrode, ofHh spent a short wh Mr. F.. Dale day. Mr. J. A. Chest? of Green ii il!. '? > short time. Mi?S Abbi ? pool, is visiting Mr** L. rf. i)*: son. of this place. Mr. Ge^rg-"* Buzzard, of the lar Spring neighborhood, wa town Wednesday* C<">**ne in court-day and se - your account with nf.. them are plenty old, Mr, Collingwood Dickson ot Trimble P. G., R] m rt white in town Wed Messrs. AV tn, and Fleury G shall, of Jae . were ir town Saturday, lust. Dr. N. A. Whitelaw, of High town, was professionally e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 March 1896

The Only Cold Toilet Set. Tlie only complete gold toilet service In the world belongs to the Khedive of Egypt. It waa made in London nud consists of twenty-eight pieces. Each piece bears the monogram of tho Khedive lu diamond*, the same being Burroumled by a fillet in imitation of that of the Grand Turk. Upwards of 8,000 diamonds and over 1,200 rubies were used in decorating those golden toilet articles. Tlie body of each piece ls of 18-carnt gold, and all are inclosed In a dianiond-incrusted ebony case.. STAGE HORSES BRING LUCK. Actors Like to Play In a Company that Utilises thc Animals. There is an old theatrical supersti? tion thnt horses are very lucky to have In a piny, and theatrical superstitious, like nil others, die bard. There are one or two leading London managers who, If they wore to reveal their inmost thoughts, believe in this superstition, nnd to this very day. "Cut the cackle nnd come to the "osso*V was the favor? ite maxim of the celebrated Ducrow, and h*a had good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 March 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 27, 1896. NO. 16. ROYAL ROGER RALPH; -; on :-? The Waif of the Western Prairies, EY WELDON J. COBB. CntPTEK IV. THE PC II SC IT. On and on with tho speed or tho wind dashed tho two horses, bearing in flight to safety the intrepid Darrel Grey and the courageous and lovely Inez Tracey. Before them, milo af tor milo, spread the broad, level prairie, in places like an emerald carpet dotted with spangles of flowers of tho rarest hue and beauty, and a?ain grown hi.h with rank, heavy grass. I Tho horse*, they role woro rapid trav? eler-}, anti within an hour, as they danced tac .ward, they saw no sign ol their pursuers. I ''Your enemies have either abandonee the chase, or tho long grass hides them," romarkcvl Darrel, as he allowed tht horses to pr?>ece 1 moro s owly ano glanced over tho fair moonlit picture spread b;*foro them, and then at tho girl at his side. 1 Darrel Grey had led an adventurou. life and had seen many fa...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 March 1896

ii*0*H^AXl> llE?OKI>ER. \~- ? .?7-7-1-; Terms, $1.50 a \ ear in Advance. I??*"cd ererv Friday tr wi, ri jr bv *w*. n. *m: AT*HCEisrir, **err>: ron A.*tr*o ******-raai.iaxx*esa. Entered &# the Monterey postofPce ap seeoad class matter, llon'.ry, Va:, Friday, Mar 21] '1S96. The joint resolution of Congress ?directinp: the Secretary of Agricul? ture to purchase and distribute seeds has become a law without the President's signature. Never before, it is stated iii a Wa.-hington dispatch, has money .been used on so large a soak, and so openly in purchasing delegates to thc republican national conven? tion. The Senate has commenced the fifth week on the Cuban resolutions but whether this is to be the last is not at r.ll certain, all ho it is prob nUo. iVosidiWii. Cleveland has said nut bin*? and those who presume to know, say that he will continue to maintain silence until he feels that there is occasion to say somethings regardles** of Congressional action. Married Singly. B...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 March 1896

Highland Recrodek 'Notice to Masons. The memfceTs of Highland Lodge 110 A. F. and A. M. are here? by notified that there will be a meetiug at theil hall at Monterey, on Friday, the 27th day of March. All members are requested to be present as tbe meeting will be im? portant. W. M. Public Sale. At Beulah Manse, on Tuesday, March 31st, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder mv stock ot household goods including the usu? al variety of necessary articles; al *o -tut excellent cow, and a horse, six years old, working especially well in double harness and under ..addle. Terms of Sale? ?ash for all sums under five dollars; six months time on all bills exceeding $5.00, with approved security. H. R. Smiau. Excursions to Washing-ton, D. C. via C. & O. Railway. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Company will sell extmreion tickets to Washington, D. C., and return, on trains leaving Staunton Va., at 2:07 a. m. and 11:11 a. nj. of Feb? ruary 20th, March 19th, April 23.1, and May 21st. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 March 1896

nnew Little of lt. At the Inst meeting of the British Medical Association but one, the dis? cussion on neurasthenia and its treat -rfiert was Introduced*by Dr. Savage in tbe following words: "What is in u Sistlienla ? There was once a professor \fiktt,being asked what he knew upon n certain subject, replied. 'Nothing; I have not even lectured on it.' " Bound the Ileurthstoic. Household necessities, cheor and warmth In winter, require the building of more flree. A chocrful, warm flro-placels a gracious com? fort, but tbe "harm Ure may do htia no limit. Hearthstones have storied logends, and there Are stories of how houses SIS burned down by cati'lrs-Mi'?s>i. l?ut it is because we have moro Btrs that thero aro moro burns and scalds, the treatment of whioh, to allay at onee tho torturing pales, requires .something for Immediate nee. No household shoald be without it and St. Jacobs Oil BnpplltW the need. Vari aeeordiug to direct lon, it heals, sooting aud cures, and leaves ny scars b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 April 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONOEXPOSUKb HIGHLAND VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 3, 1890. NX). 17. ? i t-v-? IT T> ROYAL RANGER RALPH; The Waif of the Witera Prairies. CT weldon j. cobb. rBAFTEn V?Continue-!. "d am g ;,d the poor amma! has es rapid." breathed In<v.. "It moan3 danger o ns.'* "Daiigor to us?'' "Yes. Despard will see tho horse and think wo arc hero." lui-/, looked distressed "Wo daro not 1 ot urn 10 tho main canyon, and w- will bc fonnd if ho and his nen come this w iv " "What shall wd '." Darr'1 survey tl tholr situation erltl ca'ly. He cbservod that across tho little str am thc canyon seemed, to aff rd a lar-e number of secure h ding paces, "Beyond the quicksands yonder wc might cr ss thc river," ho sa d. "Will tot D'spanl follow us there?*" "No; thc river will be a b rr.cr. " "And bc ii ay think wc have p rishod In the quicksand*." "Ve--, we can at lea t conceal cur ?eves for a tim ?." They ira versed the led ie to ? ho verge nf the stream. It was shallow at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 April 1896

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Vear jn Advance. '?.?.neil cr?rv Kridav cvcninpbv ***?m iro"*** .A-iTrs ?--ry-a^t*Bir.Eie. intered at the Monterey postofPee ae second ela*s tnntter. M-nt^rcy, Va., Friday, April 3, tWS. lt looks as though McKinley would hove a walkover in Virginia. The South Dakota republicans Inve declared for sound money and McKinley. President Cleveland and Iii*- cab? inet have been invited to attend a ?democratic gathering on Jefferson's birthday -April 13?at Monticello. Va. the great democrat's birthplace. The present program is for the Mouse to agree to the conference report in favor of its accepting the Senate Cuban resolutions without Any considerable debate, but there have been other programs of late that were not carried out. The chances, are, however, in favor of this one. Col John S. Wise, who is a re? publican, had this to say about the prospect of his party in New York: "Mayor Strong and Teddy Koose velt would wreck any party, and two more grotesque p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 April 1896

Highland Reckodek Excursions to Washington, D. C. via C. & 0. Railway. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets lo V\ ellington, I). C., and return, on trains leaving Staunton Va. al 2*01 a.m. and 11:11 a. im. of Feb? ruary 20th, March 19th, April 23d, aud May 21st. at ?5.75, round trip. Tickets'have to be used gouig on dav of sale and return any day within ten days from date of sale. For further information call oir cr address, J.\s Kerr, .lr,, T. A. C. & O. Railroad, may21 Staunton, Vt*, W. R. Smith's College, Lexington, Kentucky, Ts where hundreds of clerks, farmer boys and others have invested from fOG to *t)0 for tui tion and board ? for an education and are now getting ?100 and over a month in banks aud mercantile offices. Prof. Smith, President of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky University, takes pleas? ure in assisting his graduates in se? curing situations. Read his ad.: cut this notice out tor future ref? erence and write for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 April 1896

Properly Nam td. "I want to buy a make-up u Yr," said the young married man. "A make-up box?" the coufetAloner pohoed. "We don't keep theatrical ?sup? plies." "I mean a box of candy to take hom-* to my wife. I promised to be home three hours ago."?Indianapolis Jour? nal. .? Tho Aortn Kingdom. Norway ls more properly Norea, meaning "North Isle." It ls called by the natives "The North Kingdom." Driven From the Otade*. the warmth of Bpring and summer may do much to re'ax the musculiir system and mako many feol much moro comfortab'e, but there 13 this about tho old enemy rheu? matism, tui.t when ho once takes hold, he tries lo hold the citadel nt all seasons o( tho year. But whether this areli enemy lurks iu the muscles, joints, bones or tho nerves, he is such an enemy to humau happiness that lie must be driven out of any stronghold. It was planned long ago to do this, and 8t. Jacob's Oil as ;v knight in battlo has scored wonderful victories. At all times ho is ready to overcome aud con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 April 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE^ HIGHLAND VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 10, 1890 NO. 18. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; i- i on I-* The Waif of tlie Western Prairies, EY WELDON J. COBB. rnAPTKH Vit_(-ontin-i?.1. Their banda nnd eyes met Ono Blanco nt their resolute faces to'd that Dyke Dcspard need havo rv care for hira *-olf when these two moo started upon his trail. "Homomber,** spoke tho scout, "this ls lao ordinary venture,." *'l realls) nml am rea ly for it," re piled Darro) sturdily. '"Already Dcspard has crossed tho doud Uno *if civl hatton and is an mg tho ba 1 lands to tho oast.* "Thon wo can follow him thoro.'* "Yes; only ho ll at hone air! among fr'vn '.Ss whero tho white renegade and tho red warrior will a'lko b< banded against ns. Pat'enco, couiage, an J (Taft can alone overcome mir enemies." **I will dare lt all for tho sake of iho Imperilled girl wo seek to save," cried Darrel, enthusiastically. "But you aro ill from tho wound yon rocelvod?unablo lo pro oed on th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 April 1896

IniOlILsVXD iiECOKDEK. Term?, $1.50 a Year In Advancs. Issued ere rv Friday tveningby "VV. KT. IVIA.TKCElsTY, co:rr;i*t ^-.-o ***>**a*<*B**^m*t*c**C*st. it the Monterey postofPre as second elass matter. .<-icy, Va., Friday, April JO, North Carolina democrats in YwiU.iiigton are delighted at the Wak whit li has occurred between the Senators from that State. and they say that ii' Senator Prichard can control the republicans and Senator Butler the populist.- ic, an extent to prevent the fusion of those parties again Unit tho return oi the State to the democratic colL.i.n is a certainty, aud that when it comes '.a-jl: it will come back to stay. Considerable discussion has fol? lowed the dicision of Speaker Reed upon that long disputed question ..er a majority of the full rha-mibership of the House was nec? essary to make a quorum or wheth? er a majority of the living members waa a quorum. In the fifty-first Congress Mr. Reed ruled that the former was necessary. In his last ruli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 April 1896

li -|jj>ian.irani "ii 'ii" " " """*'?*? ?\"~r*********'**!*** ~*.' ' -Highland IIegiiodeb ?Excursions to Washington, D. C. via C. &. O. Pajjway. The Chesapeake & Ohio Kailroad ?Company will sell excursion tickets to Washington, I). C., ami jreturn, on trains leaving Staunton, Va., at 2:07 a. ra. and 11:11 a. m. of Fob ruarv 20th, March 10th, April .23d, and May 21st. at 15.75, round trip. Tickets have to be used going on day of sale and return any day .within ten davs from date of sale. For further information call on cr address, J as. Kerr, .Ir., T. A. C. & 0. Rail road, may21 Staunton, Va. W. R. Smith's College, Lexington, Kentucky, Ts where hundreds of clerks, farmer boys and others have invested from $00 to $00 for tui tion and board for an education, and are now getting $100 and over a month in banks and mercantile offices. Prof. Smith, President of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky University, takes pleas? ure in assisting hisgr-tdoates in se? curing sit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 April 1896

What Neglect Mas Do. There ure some inflrmlties that only a lurgeon'a knife will relie.e, and mostly ?trlctly bocause of negleot. A ncglocted nerv*. pain may Docomo so chronic as to cripple, and this ls orton tho cit.se with S -iatlca. If ?aleen ia timo, it is easily Bubduod. like other nerve pains, and vigor and health aro re? cored. Thousimdsof cases havo beon treated by the uso of St. J.i'.-ob3 Oil, with tho result o' a prompt and permanent euro and restora? tion to health of the affected nerve. People cannot be too careful with their nerves. There ls too much to suffer to admit of fool? ish neglect, and the simple thing of getting a boitlo of St. Jacobs Oil and applying promptly may sava years of misery and per? haps years of crippled condition. Lot this Warning serve to show what caa be and what ought to be ?iono without delay in an attack of this disease. When a convict's watch rims down lt does not necessarily follow that hie time baa expired. ST.VTB OF Onto, CtTYOrTOLtDO, 1?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 April 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, APRIL 17, 1890. NO. 19 ROYAL RANGER RALPH; Tlie Waif of the Western Prairies, EY WELDON J. COBB. CHAPTER X. TIT. MIHI) ' (AMP. The spot by tho river t i which tim two scouts had c imo was Indeed, aa thoy supposed ?ths general camping p!acfi of tho MihIhc ami Sioux savages. Within an hour after their arrival tho banks ol' the stream wera Unod with camp-fires and wigwams, and tho war? paint ol tho Indians awl the general Viistle and activity told thal somo raovo ; 'nt "M importance was meditated by tao blo< d-thir.-ty hordes lt was destined that Rang.'-r Ra1 ph shou'd s ..in leam all tho plans ol iii i indians and their renegade white allies, an I thal ho shou'd he i> unged Into ac? tive contest within a very short timo. When lie s i summarily sprang Into tho tree wh ire Darrel had been com? pelled f i leave him, ho lost sigh! of his companion amid tho excitement of tin* hour. Ile saw tho indians scour tho vici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 April 1896

KWjrlll'Jl.'j J*f?HlL\ND BbOORDEK. Terms, $i.."50 a Year in Advance. rnsued ererv F..ji*.s\v tver.-r.*,' Ly Vhtered p.t the Xtontcroy poa*6tf-.ce as ? nu * lass matter. ' iwy, Va., Friday, April 17, 1896. ij ghi ind Needs a Clerks and .. Treasurer s Office. Tho Boar*! ol Supervisors oi' flock brid ge county has decided to -boi'il a pew Court-house and fire? proof clerk's office combined^ afc a cost not to exceed $20,000* and tin Supervisor** of Rockingham county have p&ssed an order providing for an issue of $40,0< i> o'' c. i: tty bonds | >r the purpose ol' building a new court-house arid clerks' oirices. The intervening county. Augusta. :*(vill in all probability follow this line ot improvement. Now. we think tbeBoard of Su? pervisors of Highland count) should Ciitc'n sufficient inspiration i*a .wo ni pt them to move in thc matter ot public itrjprovjen.ien-t at it far enough to provide a con? venient, commodious and safe place ?to Uet-p our county records. The ?presen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 April 1896

Highland Recbodek ^Excursions toWastimgtA.n, D.C. via C. & 0. Railway. The Chesapeake h Ohio Kailroad ?Con. pun v will sell cn cur:'ion tickets to Washington. l>. C., aud return, on trains leaving Sta-.iiitc.u_ Viv, al fc:07 a. m. and 11:13 a. ni. of Feb? ruary gOth, March Iflt'i, April 23d, and "May 21st. at $57.5, ru ind trip. Tickets have to be used going on day of sale and return any day within ten days from date of sale. J For further information call on or address, J as Kerr, Jr., T. A. C. & 0. Railroad. mav2i Staunton, Va, W. R. Smith's CoHe-j?, Lexington, ?Kentucky, ls where hundreds of clerks, farmer boya and others have inveated from |60 to $00 f>?r tui tion aud board for an education and are now getting ?100 and over ,u month in bunks mid mercantile offices. Prof. Smith, President of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky University, t.ike.-: pleas? ure in assisting his gr.idtu'tes in se? curing situations. Head his ad.: cut this notice out tor future rei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 April 1896

Pope Leo's Boyhood. He spent his childhood in the simple surroundings of Carplneto, than which none could be simpler, as every one knows who has ever visited an Italian country gentleman In his home, Early hours, constant exercise, plain food, and farm Interests made a strong man of him, with plenty of simple common sense. As a boy lie was a great walk? er and climber, and it ls said that he was excessively fond of birding, the only form of sport afforded by that part of Italy, and practised there In those times, as It ls now, not only with guns, but by means of nets, lt has often been said that poets and lovers of freedom come more frequent* .'j* from the mountains and the sea short than from a Hat Inland region.? Century. He?So they were married at home, ch? What did you think of the ser? vice? She?not much; lt was marked "sterling." but I'm sure lt was plate.? Philadelphia Record. lleautlful Though Tainlu.. We sing "Come, Ooctle Spring," and aro often very sorry that we did anyth...

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