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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I1 cmnnmnlcation forth!- paper sliouIU he nccinipamel liy tlio name of the author, not mce--arlly for pnblic.it Inn, 1ut us e hlenre o! tfuodfaitUon tuepart f the writer. Write oiilvon one -idrot the paper, llep'irticulirly cairful in tfWnjc names nml tlatti, ttt have nHIiifrrtIirrfs pl-iin ami di-timt. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Pergonal and Literary. The oldest newspaper in the United States is the Annapolis (Md.) Gazette. Its first number was issued in January, 1745. A new opera by Offenbach, "Mad ame Favart," was produced on Dec. 29 in Paris, and bids fair to equal in popu larity any of his previous works. Senator Sargent's two daughters hare both studied medicine, and the elder, having been graduated, is prac ticing her profession at the Freedmen's Hospital, in Washington. It is rumored that M. Gustave Dore will shortly visit America, and inspect some of its wonders, such as the Mam moth Cave of Kentucky, the Itocky Mountains, the Yosemite Valley, 'and Niagara. Turge...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. UOIME CITY. fcATCIiDAi . FEB. 1. T.t. OFFICIAL CITT AND COUNTY PAPEE. ' SI IJ-CKIITIOX 2 i i-eryor. in aihanrr J MC1IOI.AM II. KI.AI.M:, (,'lilor. TIIE MONEY" POWEIt. The crutral exetulive committee of lb" oatloaal party hive ivuel an fcdJroi to the l0lr, warning tlitm agaii.! tee combina tlon of ihu wotivy juwer. It at-peiU thai "the monrj lower iiai cbcwu the Kepoli i ao j-aity through which to make its cootwt with the people ujon the jiauea now indicr, at the tame lime iio'uin the leader of the Ileuocralic tarty Killing allien." The con test, it claim, '"i not between the Kepub liran and Dtim.etalic jni it ij between the money power an.! the lieople; the hank "hilla bared ujteu untaxed bond and a gor ernment legal tender ourreccy." The coniuiittte urgre upon the people to organize with the national party 111 every reboot district, toirn and ward. It is claimed that the Greenbackera will number viztcen member in the next Con grew, who will act indejieodently,...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE C1TV. SATUKDAY. FEB. 1. TO Theie is a coal famine in Topek. Linn cmmy eheeu are sufierii'g from wolrea. The cipher investigation promises to pin out livelr. Nesi county is nappy oitr the discovery cf a vein ol coal i eirlv three feet tl let. About fifteen thousand Mennonite will arrive in this country from Rtusia during the present year. It is thought that the next census will ehow the UnileJ States to be the richest m t:03 in the wcrld. Col. Pat. Docan, f. rmerly editor cf the Lexington ' Caucassisn," is itctuiicg in St. Louis on "Woman." The South Carolina Legislature has re pealed the divorce iasr, and abolished all process for obtsii.ingadivon'e in that Sta'e. Senator David Divis, it is rumored, is tired of being a great roliticsl party alt by himself, and will join and train regutailr with the Republicans. The comnii'8'oneis of iienaions now ett mate that it will require 335,(00,000 to cir ry cut the provivoi a of the arrearage of the new...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

"COME UNTO ME." A wn ter song tbau e'er wa auntf, Hy poet. priest or aagca; A songwhichthro' all heaen haarung And down thro' all the iiges. A precious strain of swt t accord, A note it! cheer from Christ our Ixml; Urt' H!t ibrat s lull and free. Ohf grieving heart, "Como unto Mc," oht wise, provision, sweet command, ouelisafed the w eak and w eary . A friend to Cud on either hand, A light for prosjiect dreary. A iriend who knows our bitter need, of each endeavor taking heed W ho calls to every wml opprest, " Couieunto He, I'll (rite ou rist." Come unti Me." The w ay's not long, llli bands are stretched to meet thee. 3o Hill thy sobbing. lit the song AVhlih eteryw here shall grei t thee. Hi re at Ills lis jour llurden laj , H hj 'neutb It tend another da , Mnceono to loving calls to thee, 'oh' heavy laden, come to Sic?" A sweeter ssmg than 'rrwa6ung lit jkh t,prli.slorsa,;es; A sonic which thro' all hca en has rang And tlown I hro' all the aces. How can we turn Irom such a strain. O...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

0 FARM TOPICS. Do Xot Let the Farm Run Dowk The fertility o( the soil is the farmer's capital; on this depends largely his suc cess or failure, and his great anxiety should be how best to keep it up to the highest point, at the least expense. It is a well known fact that it is much easier to keep it up as wo go along, than, after it has ueen auowta to run aown, to make spasmodic efforts to restore its former vigor. It does not pay to raise small crops of any kind; medium crops may just pay expenses, while that part of a large crop which is in excess of the medium crop, is nearly all profit. Hence we know where to look for our profit, and study to devise the best means of enriching our lands at the least expense. There are several ways suggested. One man feeds stock ; another plows clover under; another buys commercial fertil izers. The Western man uses up all the fertility of the soil, and then goes farther west to repeat the process. I have seen something of this sj stem, having kn...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWls. ' Wbw-mbhm ' dodge city, satukday. ri:. i. no Bnduc. slieet Prujicrtv is adtancine. Kun! Laueh! Dr. AmnM next wck. W ('. Sliiim returned from Iowa this fleck. Th Hoop will not march uutil fair weather.,,. Oua nf Gov. St. Johnls Secretary is Deaf ami Dorf. ; -John leaser and wifo aro announcd in hc ai VI vals :i t Kansas City. - t'ant. J. W. Howard has returned to IJodgc lie will locate In Meado county. I-!. J. Cotborn was called 10 Tnpeka tdnesday. tocncacein fc'cnatorsmakinc. hitte the suow !elt the ground, the wheat presents a crdaut appsnrar.ee. Dr. IL II. Arnold, the luuniust man iu tho wrst. is coining next week. Dr. Arnold plays from olio to eirlit ins sirumt-iits at tlic mtno tunc lion. 1.'. 21. Wright Is chairman of the omuiitico on Texas cattle. 1 b-tehcr .Meicditti, eilitor of tho Hutchinson .News, called 'I bursdav nighty Ho went wot. GcnJeff. C. Dai is arrived in this city Tuesday, with tbe 23d resimeuu Messrt. Clark &. Multer. the....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 8, 1879. NO. 39. LOCAL NEWS. The IIue at Washinston. Tuesday, in committee of the whole on the armv ap propriation bill, defeated bv a large max jonty the amendment reduciug the arnty to 15,000. IICCMlaKII TO BOaMJtt C1TV Th railroad company intend running their excoraiou trains to Dodge City. Tbe first train Trill anive soine time in this month. TBI DIBIT WMTIM HtTKI. Dr. Galiand is making arrangements to entertain tbs large nnmber of people who will visit this section the coming spring. 1U is sending out cinls to various sections of country. riKEJIK.It'S BALL,. Tbe Dodge City Fire Company intend giving a grand ball in IToover's Hall. Sat urday night, Feb. Sid, m bonor of the birth of the Father of bis Country. It is the intention to nuke this ball tbe grand est one of the season. cHSXfz.fXKs comae On Tuesday twenty-one Cbevennn pris oners, consisting of seven bucks and four teen women and children, guarded bv two . companies of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

ri . ivj22JH n , THE DODGECHT TIMES. SCKtCllirnO'St $iO(l-' Trar.lo Iduora. NICHOLAS B. ELAINE, - Editor. THE CHOCTAW CAPITA I. A Vllt tollirChht-Tmlia 1 Curloiw L.jCi.Ilnr An lo.llan atlon with au Irian (jurerntri Isaac II. Bromley writes to the New York Intune of a recent visit to the In dian Territory; We were desirous of seeing more of the civilized Indians of the Five Nations than we conld from the unsatisfactory glimpse of them from the train and at, the stations. Indeed, they are quite right who say that very little can be learned about them from a railroad trip across the Territory. Their homes and villages are back several miles from the line of the road, and the people whom you see at the stations are mostly rail road emploj-ees, or white men who have become Indians by adoption, with here and there a lialf-breed. The Senate Committee appointed to consider the subject of organizing the Territory un der the laws of the United States were at St. Louis when we were there, in t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. .VII commuiilcutfuiu fur this paper shonffi lie accorapanietl by thenaintjof the author, not inKt-wirilj for publication, butasvvidencoof khI fj.tii on thepnrt of tlio writer. Write wnh on ouu.Iif thopapr. lW'purticularlT cuvftil In xufn.; nam- ami tint-, to liae hit I-itfixtr Anuria plain uiil distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal nnd Literary. Colonel Robert G. Ingcrsoll, it Is said, made 326,000 last year by lectur ing. One little boy at Hartford, Conn., devoured 102 story books from the Pub lic Libraiy during the last sis months of 1878, and one little girl 112 novels. Charles G. Came, leading editorial writer of the Boston journal, died a few days ago, aged 53. lie was a graduate from Yale in 1849. Mrs. I). G. Croly ("Jennie June") is going to lecture before the young la dies ot Lascll Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., on the " Pathetics of Dress." Charles G. Leland ("HansBreit man ") has just completed, for a Lon don magazine, a novel entitled " Eben ezer," in wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FEU. 8, TJ. OFFICIAL CUT AND COUNTY PAPER. SDHSCKIITIOX: 2 W . jtir, In aJvance lVICIlOI.AM B. KI.AI.1i:, Editor. THE CATTLE TBADE. The Teiu cattle arise of (be year 1ST9 is Lcomiug a source of comment, and we gi?e such information a) we hare. Ko oce mis takes (be probable turn cattle afLIrs will take, ami it i in the Hit of prubibililits that after ihia year, the iinmeitfe Texas ct: c ilrire will be iMDdeJ. Tie range of country soqtb and wibt uf ibis point ill for Kime years be ktl J for rattle grazing. Tne ea!ablibment of cattle csroju will yearly he increased. Cattle raiding can be a prt lit ably engaged in Kansas aa in Texa. This niose will be sought by those who make mock cattla raining a Se.iallj. The Texas drite Lai lo-t iti immense prestige and profit. Catlle raising will t extecded in tnis section of Cuunlry, in New Mexico, and in Statu and Territory noitb of Kansas. Young cattle for atock raisin?, therefore, will be supplied from...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

0 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITV. i SATURDAY. FEU. a. VJ A joang deer, pjistird br hound, i through Wat Las Animas lt week. A bill to protect the rvazing land of C 1- ondo trom the stock ol non-ieiidrtiL ha pssserd both boose of the Lcgislatuie. A bill has been introduced in the Colorado Legislature to prevent the driving durirg certain months o(Te xas cattle into Colorado for shipment. Clifton, New ilex co, promise lo be the next important station on the eonthra ex tension. It is nnderstood that it will be the terminus for several month. The Craig Kancb, on the Huerfano, has been purchased bv a corupanj of eastern cap italists, of which I. T. Birnum is a member. The price paid wis $350,003. The r, urch-ise, however, embraces considerable laod con vejel by Crai to o'.Lcr", anions ILcm II. W. Jones, of this place, ai d his sots, who realizsfor their proNv 6,000. Las An imaa Leader. KMUBV NOTES. From the Graphic Qiite a number of our farmers bwe been plowing tLis wtek. W...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

BABY HAS QOSE TO SCHOOL. The baby has prone to school: ell mcl Whirall! tlHrtnotherdo. ' With nercr a call to button orpin. Or tie a little shoe? How can bo kn p hcrc'f Imsj all day, W Ml tlK) little hindering thing aw ? Another basket to fill with lunch, Annflier mm! hrfiiKlT. And the mother stands nt the door to sec Her bay march nw ay. Then turns w ith aslah tliat Is half relief. And half asouHthlngaklntogrkf. She thinks of a possible future worn, lOii n I he Iiiufren. linH bvone. Will go Irom their homes out Into the worja. To battle with life alone. Ami not een the baby Iw left to cheer The desolate home of that future year. HIS WAV ILLUMISED. T was at the Mount Zton relral that Jacob "wentup and "proIOMta, Where he "tranced" and shouted and capered clean out of his coat and hi est ; And trie brodders and slsterlrg present, who helped him and hupped hlui, agreed That a beautlf'lcrcaseof salvation they hadn't bcfo'neer8eed. N ow Hie next Mop In order was Joining some church, and...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. College Puddinq.i pound of bread crumbs grated, i pound of currants, i pound of raisins, i pound of suet, 2 tea spoonfuls of cinnamon, 3 ejrgs, 1 nut meg, 1 cup of sugar. Boil 3 nours. Snow Songe Cole. I cupful Hour a little heated, 1 cupfuls sugar, 2 tea spoonfuls cream-tartar, mited with flour (no soda), whites of 10 eggs. This makes a very white, beautiful cake. ToVoach Eggs.Vut a pinch of salt into some boiling water, also a teaspoonful of vinegar. Break the eggs ope at a time into a saucer, and slip into the water, which must be boiling, and enough in the spider to keep the eggs from touching bottom. Indian l.onf. Take 1 pint of sour milk, 4 pint of sweet milk, 1 teacupful of molasses, teacupful of butter, 2 tea spoonfuls of saleratus, 1 Urge teaspoon ful of salt, 3 egg. 1 pint of wheat flour, 1 quart of yellow Indian meal; bake in a deep tin basin, in an oven of same heat as for cake, for 14 hours. Cuslard Pic I quart milk, 3 eggs, 1 tablespoonful corn...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. " BODGE CITY. .SATURDAY. FEU. 8. T9 Jim Anderson 13 in Leadville. J. A. Caldwell hasjoined his regiment at Fort Dodge. W. W. Dnskell relnrncd from Texas Saturday morning last. Mins Jennie Collar is on a visit cast, and will be absent several weeks. 'I he 23d regiment broke camp Monday and marched on foot to Fort Supply. There was a gentle snow Weduesdiy. Tlie weather was decidedly winterisb. Sunday last was a lovely day. It was ground bog day. Ho saw bis shadow. We bear a mint farm is to be cstab- lisbed. Bowaro of ttio grass in the glass. Tuesday was a blizzard. Tho storm indicated winter was not over for awhile jet. The weather has struck on the delight ful order again. We still bare bopes of spring. A. It. Webster returned Weduesdar morning, after eeveral davs absence down the road. Tho ram fall last month was e7-100 inches, and nut 67 inches as our weather report shows. Wright, Beverley i. Co. have re painted the counting roo.u of their large es...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. J DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 15, 1879. :nx. 40. VOL. V. LOCAL NEWS. IDE.XTIFTIJ.C. THE I'llKYEXllKft. The remnant of the Cheyenne baud ar rived tLU week at Fort Leavenworth, Iruni Fort Robinson. Neb. This remnant com pnses that portion of the Chevernes that escaped the slaughter at Camp Kobinson. a few weeks ago. There are seven bucks a the band, together with fourteen squaws and papooses. These Indians are tbe remaining ones of tbe band that mails an incursion through Kansas last Septem ber. Their operations of murder and depredations are familiar to out readers. It will be remembered that a few week ago Countv Attorney Sutton filed com plaint against Dull Knife and his band for the murder of five persons, who were killed during tie raid. The complaints were died with the GiiTernor, who is aid ins County Attorney Sutton in bringing tbe murderers to justice. The prisoners are in tbe bands of the military authori ties With a view of transferring lb prisoners to the ci...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

THEDODGlfcIlYtJilSs. sri!SU:irN: 4iO.r lur.U Hifrt. NICHOLAS 11. KLAINE, - Editor. fashion iroTra. I w. The Influence of NnvcK.I)I( lent and Thackeray. The following is (rom Anthony Trollope: au article by In widesnread noDularitv the novels of Charles Dickens have, I believe, ex ceeded those 6f any other lintish novel ist, though they have not yet reached that open market of unrestricted com petition which a book reaches only when its copyright has run out. Up to this present lime over 800,000. copies of ' Pickwick " htve been wild "in this country and the book is still copyright property. In saying this I make no in vidious comparison between Scott and Dickens. I may indeed be in error in supposing the circulation of "Waverley" to have becifless. As it is open to any bookseller to Issue Scott's novels, it would be difficult to arrive at a correct number. Our object is simply to show what has been the circulation of a po ular noel in Great Britain. The circu lation outwile the hotf...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

ro rKiH,NpoMu:Ts. AH rommnnlrtiUo'M fur Uil rapr lil& he rcrm Tanled bj th- name of u aathur: Dot neorarUj fur publication, but u an rvldrnr uf (P! faith n Uw part of th wriU r VrttnJi n nldeftf th pa Iirr lb pattlrularlj carrfnl Id cttlmr nam and dab to havr tri Ittrs ami ftnn plain and dHUuct- Knp er natulan i.rtMidincultwdrclptKr Iwcaaseuf Urn carclrtM manner In hidi Uwj r mitten ITEMS OF INTEREST. Penoaal aad Literary. Ralph Waldo Emcrson.when but 11 years old, made an excellent transla tion of the fifth eclogue of Virgil. The verse is remarkably smooth. Senor Zamacona, the Mexican Minister, is a thorough mu-ician. Ho has a piano and an organ in his house at Washington, and plays remarkably well upon both. Tho moot gifted of tho younger au thors in Holland is a young lady who w rites under the pen name of A. S. C. Walhs. She has just published a his torical novel of the days of the eighty years' war. Lady Anna Blunt, who has just pub lished an account of a winter residence a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODOECITY. SATUKDAV. FKB. 1VT9. OmCIAL CUT ASD COUNTY PAPER. SBBSCMITION: ajoo pcryt-.r. In ailrance .tIClIOI.AM B. Kl.4l.1i;, Edllor. "COMING, FATHER ABHAHAM.' The first glow of spring puna alreh the Kum immigration ftTrr. The first genisl ray of warmth arts hearts to throbbing fir ibe ranahine of Kansas. The angry blatt' of witster are onlj disappearing, and lh great tidal wafe in the cast is ret in motian for the west to Kansas, wher there in hope, prosperity and hralth. On there Yast prai rie the poor deoiien of over-crowded east ern State w.lt fiod a denial home, a happy country and a prosperous Blate. Already the white corered wagons are slowly wending Ibeir way to the new para' dise. The railroad trains are already crawded with the anzioaa aeekera of hornet on the broad and lardy plains. "Phry are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred thousand more." Prirata information is being daily re ceired which brings the gratifying intelli gence that thoosind will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

if ii A THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITY. .8ATUBDAY. FER15. TO TJi. extermination of the Cheyenne will bring a great deal ofunrinf upon many worthy ud indastrioo Indian agent. Boajmasteri elate lht they hare noticed thii win er that opoo road where then hire been the heaviest snowa there bad been the least troable with broken nib. Conse quently, they urge that snow is a ml pro tection agai ai frost 10 ml. "Pang: a paroxyiun of extreme distress, a violent pin : sgooy ; a throe." The ka iua Ciiy Times hu iu Pang juet tew, end it' a be J one; but a it was Pang-born U' celling familiar with torturing pains. Qreat B nd Tribune. A P.ng-born of the Kansas City Time i bound to make troable. An old firmer and reliable prophet, Hy ing near Leavenworth, predict an early spring. lie says: In '56 ihe Kaw lifer wan open, and farmet were plowing February lO.h; so it will be Ibis season. Between bow aaj Februaary IStb, we my expect a 11 tie now, just enough to trick a rabbit for an hour...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

., ,AFAUM-lIUUxE JtlHOE. "f thought ju until d como thl morn ins, ina'ani tl ZiHihXXXL-t ha.gnn. To fcjorrow'i a vfvk. a junt a the sun nxm inio i r wincio Minm. uhm MMtUfHiiiiifMMyaim i lchind hrrncro 1 Itu( i.hiV li-ft a l-irfcn ii ... . ii-.'.rt. 'TlMlHJArhWiMliJi. IvJjjJu utric -v.J..-. alwa)H with her. than ad tne Dr6THfeT3"fll flumiTStwt'lf he 8haiHw-it w-4h-rimU hv which he 1!tn-.-i.l nnaa-aW. .-.a-- at. ..- .- t i I 1. . 1 a tli a. !... Ii . jt - ,. 1 . i j . ..ao- 5liel4 nol!Tvr vsth tiJ Huf Kcmto1ie anj In tbrlou..) twd vJmit- w.c laid ..trl-i-ft, ; can't get hortoi-p?alror..t.r. " "iM-I'm at work., iUtln.u I wa. I should ha.ot4gim Iiefonin , j , HutthU .tttht room wl re .T"fc .Ay Mst.ll,erc thry earned ).4rjtMt tLo diKjr. I th'MicItt Iimi r yuMUt litro where It Myitis fcnl7..e.r.t'T..lrt I.uti-ov lam Hcrcltblnx and duetlngdoun, and Betting the ylaca.tori.;bt All I liaif L-.H-t.i't..it 57ort4 tliarethol it that MtniJ lv)Hnld. X i 1 f I nupiwii-e ! mut throw tlirm nua. She ...

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