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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 4 January 1881

DAILY BAZOO The tildtsit daily parvr in the city, a-v .va.-ively read thr.H'shont Uie '.-cnV -:!.-n t.t the State, In iness men a-. i iia'4 all cla?ea. it otiers imlncci::ei:i 1 "ivrti-j as tin', het medium ttwoog i I 2 to roach the nwbhe. DAILY BAZOO Published every eren'mp (St urday excepted ) , and on Sunday Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF DAILY : One year, by mai (in advance) - - SC 00 Six month. " " - a to Delivered, payaUe to carrierevery Saturday, 15 TERMS OF WEEKLY : One year, ------ VOLUME XII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4, 1SSI NUMBER 31. TKK3I3 OK SUNDAY OV-JONG BAZOO: One war, - - . $i hi 51 00 Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. During the past year 4,946 miles of new railroad have been built in this couulry. What is kuown as Gould's system of railroads embraces 9,649 miles of completed line. Mr. Jay Cooke's income for the past three years is said to have in en over 875,000 a year. A city of London official estimates the gross annual income of that city 's char...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 4 January 1881

''LV&. Erf K - 'it WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAUA, Mo., TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1831. John Kelly continues to bulldoze hie opponents. Chicago wants Emory Storrs on the supreme bench. An anonymous contribution of $50, 000 has been received for the great cathedral at Melbourne. Mayor Stokley wants Philadelphia to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the foundation of the city. It is reported that Jem Mace, now in Melbourne, has purchased the rac ing mare Haidee for 20,000 guineas. Mrs. Logan superintends her hus band's correspondence. She is not the only married woman in the same line. The American consul at Cork says that what Ireland needs is coal grates and coal-burning stoves trom the United State. The Safe Deposit company of San Fraactsco has laid down an iron vault weighing 800,000 pounds. It is be lieved to be the largest in the world. The musical farce, "Charity Begins at Home has been performed 1,200 times in London, New York and Bos ton. District Attorney Austelas, of Al leotown, Pa., h...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 4 January 1881

Keeping np Appetranoea. A member of the sanitary police came across a boy the other day who was wheeling home, a load of oyster cans and bottles, and curious to know what use the lad could put them to he made direct inquiry. "Going to throw them over into our back yard, replied the bov. "I took two loads home yesterday " "But what do you use 'em for?" "It's a trick ot the family," grinned the lad. "How trick?" "I'd just as lief tell," continued the boy as he spit on bis bands to re sume his hold on the barrow. "We re poing to have some relashuns come in from the country. We may not have much to eat, but if they see these cans, and bottles and boxes, they'll think we've bad isters, chain pagne, figs and nuts till we've got tired of em, and are living on bread and taters for a healthy change ! The officer scrouched his ear like a man who had a new idea. A Previous Promise. The old widower Dupont was lately married again. The honeymoon was in the full, and be was too soft for anything....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 4 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1851. . .. . : FAITHFUL UNTIL DEATH, j ' TheBMSon a Well Known Young Man of this City DoeB Not Marry. - j Once upon a time, as the little ones say, there resided in the northern part of this iiUte, not more than one hundred unlets from Sedalii, a charming young lady, very much in love with her fiance, ayounj; man of good family and excellent business qual ities. Everything ran smoothly, a 'lis said true love never doe, until the ''heavy villian" appeared upon the scene ; not a man ;'whom 'twere base flattery to call a villian," but a highly re-pf cted younp man, with a plight regard for veracity, where lien could do him greater service. He fell madly in love with the young lady afore mentioned, who regarded him with nub lime indifference. To lie brief, he, by sly hints and an anonymous letter or two, succeeded in breaking the engagement between hi- di vinity and young man Uo. 1, who. after that, lefr hi home and came to fredalist, ente...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 January 1881

DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paprr in the city. aw i 21-ively read throughout the centr. --'"'ix of the State, by -..sines men. a.nc lilng all classes, it oilers inducement 'Ivtrtiso-.. as the best medium thioujp h to rcuck the public DAILY BAZOO Published every evening (Saturdays excepted), and on Sunday Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF DAILY : One year, by mail, (in advance) - - 86 00 Six months. " . - - - 3 50 Deli Tared, payable to carrier every Saturday, 15 TERMS OF WEEKLY : One year, ------ VOLUME XII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY II, 1881. NUMBER 32 TMLMS OF SUNDAY XOKXIXG BAZOO: Oacxcar, - . Z bk f 1 00 Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. been discovered The prohibitionists in North Caro Una are making a vigorous battle. One thousand women are employed in the government printing works. A decanter of water made a focus and set fire to a house in Brighton, England. Col. James G. Fair, of Nevada, gave his family governess a 5,000 check for Christmas. A movement is being o...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 January 1881

Eg WEEKLY BAZOO SEDALIA, Mo-, TUESDAY. JANUARY 11. 181. A girl at Shelby, Ind., was greatly agitated at the wedding of an inti nate friend, and, on her way home with the man whom she was soon to starry, f II dead from heart disease. Seventeen women of Star City, Ind., are being prosecuted for entering the only saloon in town, emptying the liquor cask, breaking the glassware, and cutting up the pool table with an axe. Adam Forepm-j-h, whose testimony must be deemed conclusive utiles am ple rebutting evidence is offered, say? that Boston is the best circus city in the country. B'tston is yet to be heard in her own defence. The congregation owning the Park er memorial chapel in Boston, which cost f 110.000, has voted to sill it to Isaac B. Rich, a leading Spiritualist, for $15,000. The reason given U the rapid multiplication of Unitarian churches in that city. THE DOCTOR'S EVIDENCE. The Kansas newsiajiertj declare that a phyncian of Lt Cvgne, in thai state, narrowly escaped lynching. l...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 January 1881

By RoaPearIe"and Kay Myrtl ." In ihe Kansas City Saturd-y Eveiing Herald of J in. 1 apiea.rs the fol owing line. conlribme.l by two well-known local writers : ACBomc. L-t me wih yon II ippy New Yeat" 'Ere g from us wy. Nm" wil ioi jou mere sincerely--Alwav grieving while tun ty. Go md win the greenet I itirIi, Ami ascend the path fame. Living friend w II aiy G -d-p?eJ you, L .ving viiice- lire atbe tout name. Iri crown yon wiih'a glory Even more than mystic -Tory . '.ay Myrtle, Sedalia. TO ASTKES 'ol.KEK D'HiTHEIl." A ! yiiiM f,r I'e-iilt (S -i, iiy friiu', I'.ii nre yuii Iiiui!fltt ) IJ.ii in-itter, Ift me -ay : If oiiM -e ht-r, m, ym woli'.li.''. Vi, heV neiilitr i-e Mir win-nine. II It I nil arfillh atik- li.t Ve inl-ht-il hr, Atit ll'ife1 'ret kit h tin her iie Ir Hi h-rtiny ir:Vr In ki'tui lier. Nt hir ll'ft IV.irl, sh, no ! L ink r-tinil von fur ancither. S-eier, er, f.tr, t!il li for :ier, oh 'uMr limther " Ka lear!e, S(lalia T e frot h q ihh riimel the rnet lmm T . f livullt...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1831. IT IS A FACT, And the Paper Published for the People How on Earth Can Prove It. That Officer Carries ia the pet of the ladie. That the "CoUFin Mollie" gag is a good one. That 'Curg Marvin is now living in St. Louis. That Col. Hamlin's appetite ii Ptill prettj fair. That all the pool tabled in town do a good business. That Al. Donobue knows how to en tertain handsomely. That a new time card went into effect on the Pacific to-day. That "Don't Touch 'im" etaniiw ".San dy" Anderson as one of the boys. That the store and ice men have been all smiles for the past two week?. That Sedalia has more lawyers than any other profession can boapt of. That "Don" Seeley is death ou scram bled eggs when he can get them. That all the police are jealous oi Bchanawerk because be ia handsome. That Sedaliana cannot appreciate a le gitimate, talented concert company. That neither Jese James or Charlie Boss were seen in Sedalia yesterday. That Joe Pelt...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 January 1881

DAILY BAZOO Published every evening (Saturdays escepted), and oa Sunday Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TECHS OP DAILY : One vear.b? mail, (in advance) - . ffl 00 Mix months, " " - 3 M Delivered, payable to carrier every Saturday, 15 TERMS OF WEEKLY : Ope year, ------ - fl 00 Sed ali a Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO Tin- oMttit oaiH )'ijH?r n the eity. an-.n-::vly read tl-r.-.''!ioui the centra !. i.f the State, i ..?iness men. :ta. i ..i't .til clas it oners huhiremen. .rt;M;-., as the bet medium through ' i ii to rc:toL the uubtic, VOLUME XII. SED ALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 18S1. NUMBER 33 rni?i of suirrAY .sscenixg bazoo: 0:te V4,r, - . . $2 ill ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN". It U the doom of all men to me. It is the destiny of most men to be mar ried. We have a few wo.Is of advice to give young men who are not yet married, but probuMv will be. Manv of them are heedless and wasteful now of their earnings and income, and careless as to whether (bey spend every cent they earn or t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEOALIA, Mo., IUE3DAY, JANUARY 18, 1831. A writer on doga sajs that every one given to sedentary pursuits ought to keep a dog, as the necessity of giving exercise to the dog will esercise the man. The following is an epitaph from a tomb near Versailles: "Except in 1859, during which for eeveral days ehe took lessons on the piano, her life was without a stain." Protests are coming up from negroes all over the country agmnst the ap pointment of Bruce to a cabinet posi tion It is claimed that he has never done anything for the race. This theory will bar oat all men of color save Fred. Douglass and J. Milton Turner. The military committee of the sen ate does not seem in a slate of feverish anxiety about the Logan measure to make Grant an army pensioner for life. The matter has been pushed aside un til next week. Meanwhile Grant should make another lobbying trip to Washington. Many remarkable incidents took place at the last English election, hut probably no more extraordin...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 January 1881

MBS. KoSHERBT. 8he Boats a Glazier and Gives Him a Severe Whipping. KaimsCityS.ar. This morning a fellow who follows the business of going about the city looking for windows that have glass broken and soliciting the repairing of the same, was passiug out Third street a 1 I ! 1 near uign, wneu ne aiscoverea a window that wanted two lights. He knocked and the sylph-like form of Mrs. McSherry appeared at the door. The Hebrew gentleman, whose name is Wolf Rosenthal, asked Mrs. Mc Sherrv if she wanted the two vacan cies filled. Mrs. McSherry informed him iu a very bland manner that she did. Rosenthal went to work and soon performed his part of the con tract and demanded bis pav. Mrs. Mc. informed him that she would pay him when she got ready. This did not suit Rosenthal, and he commenc ed to take out tbe light, when Mrs. McSherry seized a kettle of boiling water aud attempted to scald Rosen thal. He retired to the sidewalk with Mrs. McSherry closely in the rear. Unfortunately fr Rosentha...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1831. OUH SUB DAY SEfiMOW. Reader, is then a cue of suffering hu manity in your vicinity that you can reach sad alleviate? Is there a widow or ere there orphans to whom you csn extend a helping hand ? Ia there an afflicted one, whose sorrows you can aaausge? Are there tears you can wipe away? Or, is there an aching heart from which you can lift a burden ? If you know any case of sadness or grief which you can alleviate, happy are you if you speak the word or do the deed, which fiha!l carry blessings with it to tone throbbing human heart. Beligiow does not consist in going to church. Thin is all right and proper. .But the great Teacher who "went about doing good," net an example of benevolence which is one of the crowning beauties of the character of his true follower, and tbey who fail to be like Him in this re spect, whatever they may do, are deficient in one of the most important particulars which marks the. christian. The world nee...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SATES OF ADVJERTISllfC. DULY BAZOO: Oae Bqatie, one iosei-oa $ 7o tbree ia&eiiioaflM 1 50 " " oae week ............ 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO : Onemu e.o ooeiiise loa......$l 25 Each irnneot j aee oo Oae wuaie ooe l-ve, da-'jr a week I -r. 1 75 75 J. WEST GOOD WTdf. The senate has passed the Ben Hoi kday claim, first cutting down the amount from $526,739 to $140,000, In the house, Mr. tSparks made an un favorable report on the bill to put Grant on the retired list of the army with the rank and pay of general, and Gen. McCook submitted a ininori lr report in favor of it. That great American litigant, Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, has been unusually quiet for many months. It was but the calm before the storm. She now appears as a plaintiff in a suit to ob tain possession of certain lands in the citv of St. Louis, which she claims represent thousands of dollars due her father from a former owner. Will H. Kernan, the Okolona jack- who has been fed for several years past from the rep...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 January 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY. JAKUABY 25, 1881. A bill k to be introduced in the Delaware legislature exempting from taxation, for ten years at least, all panose coning into the state with the intention of colonizing. The Chicago Tribune thinks that there are no grounds for a Chinese labor scare. In a population of 684, 000 in California there are less than 30,000 Chinese, and this number is rapidly diminishing. The receipts of the Catholic society for the propagation of the faith for the last year were $1,200,000. Of this amount France alone contributed $832,000. Only $7,100 were received from the United States. The books of the Paris morgue show that during the year 1880 a to tal of 806 bodies, the results of crime, suicide and accident, were deposited ia that grim establishment. These figures show an increase of 96 over those referring to the year 1879. The legislature of Ohio has just passed a bill prohibiting pool-selling in the state. It is claimed by turf men that if i...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 January 1881

Baaaian Barbarism. London Telegraph. Our RuM:tn contempnr-iry, the Go los, gives conspicuous publicity to a terrible story of pries-tly and pe.if.ant barbarity, reaching that j itirnal from TJ-chitza, in the government of Po dolia. Some short timn io three HE LOST HIS POWDER. Too Curious Manner in Which He Pound It. "Da Lord Hab Mussy on U.J, da Dib.l'a Got Us." NOTES FROM KONTRCSE. SHATTERED CARS. Montbcse. Jnn.i6, i8si. An Accident on the Missouri Editor Bazoo: A I see no news from , P&Cific our tillage in vour pp.r, ai d think you i I r Wftrlliv .-if AriittA flAina T will pfl tilt ' I . . . I- ww. ... . . ' ri . . v. ..u.r.. . ... - . - horses were stolen from the opu of a village in tiie Uscm zi Oistrict. fcus-, i,he t.x.n of one of ihe colored churches pectin j two oi his pari-hon-r- of be- xltU cl$Ti ulSlje a,,-,,.,,.,. ce nt the ing concerned in the thefu he recked .(;trr)ll j,uuie rubl-c roonjj Hf)ll H Iok vl to extort from them by force a coiift-s-U!ilolI1J Tt.hnHli,m O...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 January 1881

V,- r 9- WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1881. Announcement. We an authorised to announce the name of B. M. ficottea as a candidate for the of fice of county school commieiioner of Pet tie county. dAwtd Bemoved to Parsons. The lead departs) ent ol the Kansas and Texaa division of the Missouri Pacific rail road, which was removed from Parsons to Eaiporie two years since, has been returned aad consolidated with the law department at that place. Judge David Kelso will continue as attorney for the road, and aleo puperiateud the land department, with the Hoa. Maurice Davis as assistant. He Was Short. A man with twenty-five cents in bis pocket purchased forty-five cent' worth of whisky at a Main street bar yesterday af ternoon, and on being asked for the re mainder he replied that he had it not. He was quietly Jed to the door and a Blight caetigation administered, after which a dog was set upon him, and the time the fellow made in setting away would have made a locomotive...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 1 February 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SATES OF ADVERTISING DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion S 75 " " three insertions 1 c) " M one week 2 O WEKKLY BAZOO : Oae quae, or les?, one insertion $1 ? Each subsequent iroertn 75 One ouare one time, daily & w eklv. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN. Announcement. We are authorized to announce the name of R. M. Scolten as a cainlidf.le for the of fice of county ichool coinniuMiouer of Pet tin county. cJ&wttl We are authorized to announce Daniel Talbott a candidate for city mayor of Se dalia, tuject to the decLiion of the demo cratic convention. td. The Christian Intelligencer puis the expense incurred for seeking Charley Row at $00,000. and describes his father as still at the task. Mrs. L. B. Walford. author of the pleasaut novel "Mr. Smith," and other popular stories, ia described as of very agreeable aspect, and about forty-five. Gen. Beauregard is adjutant-genera! ot the state Xf Louisiana at 2,500 a year, which is supplemented, it is -said, by a salary...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 1 February 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL.IA, Mo., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1881. Announcement. We are aatborised to announce the name of B. M. Scottea as a candidate for the of fice of county school commissioner of Pet tis county. d&wtd WHIPPHfG Ilf THE SCHOOLS. PUBLIC Some months ago the idea got into the heads of certain of the Boston school committemen that corporal punishment in the city schools might be abolished, and the head masters and assistants thereby relieved of this part of their lighter duties ; but for fear of mistakes it was decided to in vestigate the matter most thoroughly and impartially before taking definite action. To prevent mistakes, the in structions were printed in circular form for ready and easy reference. The first committee, composed of le gal gentlemen, was that of judiciary, whose chief duty it was to decide ujh on the constitutionality of all legal questions that might arise during the pending investigation. Next a com mittee, composed of learned histori ans, whose parti...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 1 February 1881

8WXBT 8PBIKGS. STUFFING A POLICEMAN. WIFE OR NO WIFE. THE PEST. THE KIDS' BALL. BEHOVE THE CAPITAL. WHY THE BOARDERS LEFT A If amber of Improvement Con templated at this Splendid Summer Besort. Brownsville Herald. We have already reported that ex tensive improvements are contempla ted by the Sweet Springs company , and that our beautiful summer reeort is to be made more beneficial to invalids, and more attractive to all classes of neonle. than it has ever been. Since S a ' then, we have been placed more fully in possession of the details of the company's plans, which include an amply equipped medical department, with a view of making the wonderful healing powers ot the water a more conspicuous feature of their establish ment than heretofore. To promote this object, the splendid medicinal water of the Akesion Spring, which probably has not a superior on tbe continent, is to be brought up in pipes to Sweet Spriugs hotel, and a thor ough system of bathing provided hot and cold baths, T...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 1 February 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1881. OUR STJ1CDAY SERMON. THEY DO SAY, But are Not Willing to Swear to It. Reader, is there a case of suffering hamamty in your vicinity that you can reach and allevite ? Is there widow or are there orphans to whom too can extend a helping hand ? Is there an afflicted one whose sorrows tkere tears is there an That Conductor Jewett, of the Poific, used lo Bet type for a living. -7-Thal Howard Parke has not jet got done betting on the elect to;:. That Cspt. Bridge U called "Tlie Giant" of the h'ednlia bar, in brain and bodj. That W. J. Bagby has gotie back on pool and all hia old pards since be ha been married. That in view of the numerous mar riages this winter the bachelor are grow ing lonesome. That all the lawyer of Sedalia have been given nick-names on account of tome personal peculiarity. That lovers have to care their sweet hearts very tenderly because o many of them have been vaccinated. That reporter." are told t-o manv so- ci...

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