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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 August 1896

VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 7,1896. NO. 35. Aa PUNCTt OU can fin.! my de? scription in any of the little books dis? tributed by our firm, nud should you look it np, you will dis? cover that ruy p:cturo occupies the pince of Honor on tile second page nuder tho bending, in lurge, black letters, "A High Gruie Ladies' Wheel," the high crude, of course, applyiug to me and not to the ladies 1 defy any one to produce a moro perfect specimen of the bicycle kind than I wai when 1 loft tho'mAnufuctnrer.s' on a beautiful May morning just two mouths ag;). They were proud of me at the shop3 5 indeed, 1 think thero was something about my graceful frame and polished enamel finish that made rn3 stand out as one apart from the thousands of other wheels nround me. Tho first journey I took wis when I left my na? tive city and was shipped with many companions to Washington. 1 liked this beautiful Capital City of jours, and longeJ. for a spiu on the smooth asphalt pavements, but it -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 August 1896

aaa^SjataVa**a-aaa?aaaaaitt?Vm lil I ann 'li f niluan -fFlGIILAXD RlXOllIMSIt, Terms, $1.89 c. TedrJnAdvajioc. Issued cVerv Kridc*,' ereaiag bv ? ins Monterey postofflreas ? I .'-lass nial I^tcr. i-, ?a., Friday, A?| Representative Mo, iiJi, t giui:t, says; "If is all one way in Virginia. A large number of re? publicans and all of tho populists uro going to support the democrat? ic ticket which will carry the state .hy a big majority. Thero will bo no large defection of gold demo? crats from.tho ticket, ami for every bolter there will be two acquisi? tions frons thc republicai When Mr. Bryan is defeated in November next, he will have the distinction of being: the youngest man ever defeated for the Presi? dency.?Spirit of the Valley. On the other hand if Mr. Mc? Kinley should be defeated?ah?i such a illina might be?ho would en? joy the distinction of being defeat? ed by the youngest man ^\ho ever ran for the Presidency. The nountain Wedding. Since our last issue, we have come jti pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 August 1896

J fa-~~fK-mr\a,*m mai-Tar-ianiiri -r-mm*..?. HlGHLAXD ReCRODER LOCAL NEWS. ^ While the haying season is on, the loaf en in town are scarce. Mr. Wm. 0. Rodgers, of Mead? ow Dale, was over Wednesday. Mrs: L. A. CaricJioff and children are visiting friends in Monteray. The people of Monterey aid vi? cinity don't take sugar in ther'n. Mr. Charles Gnni, of Back Creek, paid our merchants a vi -it Wednes? day rJ ie mercury lias a considerable liahrjering after the DO mark these da\ Bi The mercury registered 9S> in the shade yesterday eveiling, at % o'? clock. Mr. Cl if. Matheny left for ' Staunton Wednesday to spend sev? eral da\ Mr. VV. YV. Stephenson, of Wil sonsville, was in town Wednesday on business. \i The demand for sugar has been greatly in excess of the supply for the past week. Mr. Harper Rymer, ot Fendle ?on county, spent a short while in Monterey Tuesday. '-'.. Burr Flour for Sale.?-Wil? liamsville burr flour for sale at the oidence of 0. Wilson. 2t. Miss Mollie Camp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 August 1896

otron . (cad; nerve*. i?ood appot'U, (hlng sleep come with blood mndcpur ? > Hood's Sarsaparilla ie True Blood llirifier. AlldrupKis<s- SI. Hood's Pills avo the best af ter-dinner pills RELICS OF ROMAN OCCUPATION rTnteresttnj- Finds In the Excavations I nt 8ilcheater, in England. The result of last summer's labors In the excavation of the Roman city of Silehester?about ten miles to the southwest of Reading?may be seen in the rooms of the Society of Antiquari? ans, under whose auspices the work ir, carried on. The committee has been systematically engaged with this l.-.bof for six successive seasons, none of which has been more fruitful than the last as regards both the structural re? storation of the cltv and individual finds. About half the area?100 acres?with? in tin? walls?has been thoroughly ex? plored, but it is anticipated that sev? eral more years' work will be required before the Romano-British city can be regarded ns completely disclosed. An expenditur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 August 1896

IGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNY, VA., AUGUST 14, 189. NO. ii . i arr - . C-tTZ /"aO ri-iB Las V' rsx ella can S tlio coffee was being served, tho hostess said; "Youknow, gen? tlemen, I do not lind smoking at all dis? agreeable," and at the 6amc time nodded to ber husband. He left the table, aud soon returned with a box decorated with many inscriptions, containing largo cigars, each envel? oped in silver paper, and having all the luxury due to their high price. As thc case, passiug from hand to hand, came to me, I tock one and offered the box to my neighbor, who, gently push? ing it aside, said: "Thank you, I do not smoke!" "Yon don't Brooke!:' cried the host e-s, iu astonishment. "And where, pray, did you form that habit?" "It is not a habit, but a punish rntnt," he replied. "A punishment? I do not under? stand," said the, in mystified tone. "Ol co ar ac you cannot understand. lt is a romance." "A rom&noe! Tell us about it." Evidently my neighbor wante...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 August 1896

- I,, iantANo Recokdeu. j Term?, $1.50 a Year ii: Au lM?d everv Pridti- even! "W. -Kl. JVLA.1.'m:iFlSsr V\ 32?*:--:_-- -. _c. 'lier, Mona DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election: Tuesuay, Nov. 3, iP96. FOO Wm*. J. Bryan, of Nebrn Arthur Sewall, il. 1). Flood, of Appomatt* . ?**a***-*a*l JIM > ? ra***aM*a*a--a-*-**-a-*-----^ I l?-ra*-a*a~**a-a*a-?-a-**Ma-^^ Where Am li AtS lorn week past, Hie Staunton Daily Neics has b?-*cn engaged in a "political set-to" with the 1 cator in regard to the matter of free silver, \ have ?v*ith interest, and while we know chat the opponent of the News iieeq ve can't re? frain from a few remarks. The News has always been rath? er inclined to tho gold-standard theory in n mild sense, h it hus assumed a bold position, ?whether from the strength of its convictions, or othen . we do not "venture an opinion?probably tin' Nnrs run explain il-. rn sat? isfactorily to itself? thing certain, it has been i round lor some time for an anchorage, .. and has at last Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 August 1896

Highland Reckodek LOCAL MEWS. Mr. Otho Gnni, of Meadow Dale, is in town today. Mr. Bob Hiidebrande, of Crab hot tom, was in town Wednesday. Dr. IT. II. Jones, of Doe Hill, av as in town a couple days this week. Mr. Lot Jo McLaughlin, of Jock son's river, was in town this morn? ing. Mr. Sam. Ruckman, of Crabbot? tom, spent a short time in town "Wednesday. V- - V'-ie Mauzy and little ter, - Jrabbottom, visited f'ru-i.d** in ] iterey Tuesday. Miss Rispie Dadly, of Staunton, ia visiting her friend, Miss Maude Trhnble, (I' this pla s. q 0. Wilson, Esq., and Rev. Q, Trawick aro enjoying a quiet rest at Kolor Springs ck. . ..e Randolph Enterprise i mates the damage by recent floods in Randolph county tobei Misses Ida Quidore and Annie! [rode, <?r McDowell,are visiting Mrs. W. P. Campbell, of thia place. Mr. Henry Mnllenax, keeper of the parish farm in Crabbottom, at ded the meeting of the Board un last Monday. Mr. Ashby liam mer, of McDow? ell neighborhood, waa iii town Monday o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 August 1896

Cures Talk in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla as for no other medicine, lt has the gteatest record of cures of any medicine in the world. In fact, Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blo?d trifler. $1. Hood's Pillscure sick headache.indigestion Baron Hirsch's Son. i A lady at present occupying a promi? nent position at the Russian court was, when a girl of 14, invited to spend the day with poor young Lucien Hirsch, who was then living at the Chateau de Beauregard, near Versailles, with his father, the late Baron Hirsch, and his mother. Having feasted on all the deli? cacies which the baron's generosity had lavished on his young guest, she went out with Lucien to play croquet. Paus? ing ou the terrace, she condescended to admire the view and the grounds, and her young companion asked, "If it were yours, mademoiselle, what would you do with lt?" "First of all, I should turn you all out," ansVered the enfant ter? rible, probably actuated by the Russian aristocrat's aversion to Jews, and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 August 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER NO. 37. VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 21, 18%. 4*u?i't'?"""'-nun Tin tu HY Mflrl VIRGINIA STATE ITEMS. {.. (ha H-.ouWerl THE NEWS iL.tiin John H. Blnsslngame was killed U home iu Spnrtnusburg, S. 0, by a colored burglar, who waa arrested-A (lumber of persons wero killed in Virginia by lightning.- -The steamer Oceanica and tho propeller WI liam Chlsolm collided in Lake St. (lair, and both were sunk.-An ex? press train on Ihe Chesapeake and Ohio road wm derailed by train-wreckers at Ra vensworth, Va.-Belect Councilman Wil? liam Abbott Wilmar, of Reading, Pa., was arrested on n charge ol bribery.?Two en? gineers nnd a Qreman were killed ia ? bead end collision on theil & 0. Southwestern near Parkersburg, Ya.Ha9-Johu Athey was sandbagged a d robbed while asleep In bis livery stable i:i Keyser, W. Ya-The dead 1 ody of an unknown woman was found near Richmond, 0 - Fire gutted tho Woodruff b ock, in Rockford, Ul, causing n less ol over 9100.0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 August 1896

' ^jjjJT.J1*^^** ?""' ' '''ll ?-"? 'i ? ll i a-m ? -jhafUsASTt ItECORBEK. Terms, $1.50 a Ytttt In Advance. Issued ererv Frldav^etetili "?s^x-ron A5*ro ***"*c**B^a*ai3r\;ia. antere M . y pcstoli-rd aa ....,.--. matter. - DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ETection; i te3day, Nov. ?, i896. TOR PBESIDEOT,' wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. FOR VICK PRE8IDEN1, Arthur Sewall, of Main . For (-?.iir: ncr. Ii. D. Flood, cf Appomattox. Bryan's Speech. T h e ? j i eec h. i n ad e b y Mr. B ry a 11 at tho Madison Square Garden, in accepting the nomination tor the * pre^dencv, curried out what li some week*- previous to his di ure for the East?"thM it would be tt of his life." It a great e?ort and trill be fol? lowed by great rei . Some wno ? heard the speech were disappointed I because they expected him to air his oratory instead of dealing with logical and plain facts. His: 1: de at the Chicago convention was ;. flow of oratory and carried that rnul itnde in the twinkling of an eye. His speech in New York was desig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 August 1896

? laisnaaar-araaaaaaatoaaaaaili Kim ii I ms ii ir" f HIGHLAND RECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. Camp-meeting commences today. Masons and Odd Fellows meei tonight. Miss Elva Jones, of Doc Hill, is "visiting friends at Hightown. '?Silver threads among the gold" 'ire allowable,'if-they are 10 to 1. Mr, James Whitelaw, of High town, paid our town a visit Tues? day. Prof. Turner, of Staunton, is in the county this week tuning pi? anos, Miss Mamie Boret, of Culppper county, is visiting relatives in Mon? terey.; \ Miss-Gertrude Hull, of Williams? ville, is paying friends in Monterey a visit. D. V. Ruckman and wife passed through town Wednesday, enroute Huck Creek. 8. E, A. McLaughlin, of Jack 1-1 .-, visited her sinter, Mrs. A. T. Carpenter, Wednesday, Miss Emma Ranting, of Raphine, Rockbridge county, is visiting Misses Clara and Kate Gibson, Mr. W. Price Campbell and little s^n, Boyd, of Lae!. Creek, wore in town Wednesday for a short while. Mr. James 0. Hiner will run a hack regularly from Monterey t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 August 1896

First I.Mt and always a'lvert'sci! as a true blood puri? fier, the most wonderful cures on record are made and the greatest sa!e3 are won by Hood's He sure to A ? 11 ?a-iss-. Sa rsa parilla Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, biliousness MALAGA IN JULY. The Old Spanish City Has Little to Offer the Sight-Seer. It was July, .ind we had arrived at Malaga from Marseilles by water. The town lay white and shluing under a barren amphitheater of mountains. Be? tween it and the Yinuesa was a great stretch of hot, hazy, shimmering, sunlit water, over which little boats, each with white awning up, pulled out to meet us. We had read in Mr. Hare's "Wandorings in Spain" of the extortion and shocking manners of Malaga's boatmen; the same story was in Mur? ray, with an added warning to keep our temper. But we had no trouble. Once we had landed, and on the open quay J. had unstrapped and unlocked ail our bags for a customs officer, who was too lazy to look into them; and at the Hotel Victoria the land...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 August 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 28, 1896. NO. 38. CRUEL THeTIvE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE'ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Marg-aroV* Etc, Etc CHAl'TER Z. RMS VT-KA-VRJ-*CKBX. Al! day lohg the blast hod scourged tho northern seas into a maelstrom of boII ing surf: tho li avons wero eclipsed by leaden clouds which trailed their ragged ?hirts along the surface of the waters; lightnings streamed from tho rent skies like lire through an open door; thunders rolled?it was a wi d day, that! Set in the midst of this elemental frenzy, a rock-bound is'et stood, black ?and steadfast; its basaltic c itTs were crowned by an ancient si]naro embat? tled tower. A fag streamed from its turrets, the broad rose window of its chapel glimmer cl amid thu wild wrack of the storm. The breakers roared around thc foot of thc is!c?leaio 1 upon Its rocky walls, Hinging their snowy foam up even to the castle parapet, and fe 1 back fn a thousand silvery rids, to crouc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 August 1896

Wia-aaaaa^ean-ann-aa*-***^^ HIGHI4AND Recorder Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued <*vcrv Friday creninK by "W. H. ladTA-TIiEISTY, EDiToro a.it-3 y vjax^xassavseaa. Entered at the Monterey post oin ce as second class matter. Mon fe *?'?**, Va., Friday, Augu-tSS, 189^ L SOCRATIC TICKET. Election: Tuesday, Nov. 3, i896. FOB PRESIDENT, Win. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. ? FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Artlmr Sewall, of Maine. FOR CONGRESS?TENTi! DISTRICT. II. D. Flood, of Appomattox. That notorious Norfolk Pilot has taken down its prohibition ticket and is supporting Brvan and Sew? all. Senator Daniel, who has been in Europe taking depositions in a law suit involving $95,000, sailed for America on the 23d. He will be ac home about the 1st of -Septem? ber. Ile writes that he will return in excellent trim for the campaign. The Rockingham Register man regrets very much that he cannot attend the "National Boltooratic CJoldbug" convention on account ot its date conflicting with the date that R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 August 1896

HIujtILAND RECRODER LOCAL NEWS. A small crowd attended couri Tuesday. Most of our people have finished mr.k I og hay. Dr. W, Pi, Biron, of McDowell, was in to see us Tuesday. Mr. Ellis Willi nus made a busi? ness trip to town Monday. Mr. Charles Wade, Jr.. of Back Creek, called to see us Monday. The great even*: of the season will be the band entertainment, The Dot.more letter came too late for this issue, and will appear in next. Mr. Ed. Wilson, who has been visiting his home in the Valley, re? turned last Monday. Mrs. G. W. Hevener. who has been visiting at her old hom'3, re? turned to Swope's Monday. Mr. C--.aries P. Jones, Jr., started Wednesday tor Richmond, where will attend a schcol of stenography. Turn out and he-p the Highland Cornet Band. It is a county or? ganization and needs your support. Mr. Mason Boggs, of Franklin, spent Monday night in Monterey, the guest of his cousin, Mr. J. C. Boggs. J. Trimble, Esq., superintendent of the S. and P. road, made nu ex? amination of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 August 1896

Feed Yout nerves upon rich, red Mood and you will not he nervous. Blood i-; made rich and pure by Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggist*. $1. Hood's Pills axe always reli'ib e. Scents. HER POSITION PAYS. Queen Victoria Haa Found Ruling a Very Profitable Callina. Victoria has found queenhood a very profitable calling. Figures for fifty seven years of her reign show that the British people have given ber under the nnme of civil list expenditures 1110^275,000. In addition to this vast total, .?4S,670.7H5 has been expended for the maintenance of seventeen resi? dents, st al iles and the like. The total direct expenditure of the Queen alone is over $1,800,000 a year. There is at this date an annual expenditure in ad? dition for other members of the royal family of $1,300,000. The thrltj old lady who lias this vast Income at her disposal has taken care to "make hay while the sun shines." Of course, the money has been voted to enable her to keep up tbe ornamental st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 September 1896

HIGHLAND VOL. ix. RECORDER m kW MONTEREY, HJGHLANO CftlNTY, VA,, SEPTEMBER ?, 189(5, .NO. 39. CRUEL zA&= THE GRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. ?^ BY ANNIE ASHMORE Author of "Faithful Margarot," Etc, lute rilAI'TI-'.i; IT.-ft'oiitinued.) Edgar's heart boat faster as he recalled tho vision of tho beautiful girl, with her Inspired face, and her dauntless glance that swept the ravening wave', disput? ing with thom for their prey. "I could des-ribo her for you?every flowing curve," sai 1 he, his tones vibrat? ing with feel ng, while he raised liiiii elf to his elbow in his enthnsia-m. She h dark an 1 r. lily beautiful, like ai Assyrian: her hair ripples in bin -black waves above her proud, inure ut, brow; sho is a; merciful as hoi'brave; the people wei*-hip her for lier louder goo 1 i!0ss, and *hc is ju t what a, s a princess ought to bo!" A slight st:r ami a sound like a stifled breath attracted their eyes to a tali tig tire which stood Just without the cirelo of candle-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 September 1896

ffi'l**ir*taY r - ?- -fi,,- ajgajaja-a- aa-taaaja-aa-aajaa-aiMitaaaa Terms, $1.60 d Year .ri Advance. I'-suod crerv Krid.lv t vo.iiiK 1. ? "VST. KC. MATHiSN'S', JattsxTo-ra A.-W-0 p-j-s-ii--s--iE*t-*. Enterc- T ? i tue Monterey posloluce aft second cla-59 matter. Monterey, Va.,Friday, Augirt 29, |89fi. DEMOCRATIC TfCKET. Election: Tuesday, Nov. 3, i896. ? FOB PBE3IDEKT, "Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska7. FOR VIC3 FBESIDEKT, Arthur Si wall, of Maine. ?0.1 C >XQSE88?TENTH DISTRICT. II. D.. Flood, cf Appomattox. A 5ampie of Cochran's Speech, lt has Won stater), and that state? ment has nover been denied, that Bourke Cochran was retained at an enormous figure hy the gold people do opp -s* tjie election of Bryan. In bis speech in New fork a few, days ii;, . be showed that he was og his best for the Wall Street broker, the syndicate man, and thc* northi npitalist, who hired him, by arraying all otlur sections of country against that favored t, by drawing a line and placing on the om-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 September 1896

Highland XIeckodej M)CAL NEWS. Mr. Sidney Wade, of Back Cree was in town Monday. ?Ir. George Beverage, of Meado Dal .as in town Tuesday. Mr. M. H. Corbett, of Jackson Rifer, failed to see us Tuesday, Hr. Joseph Unil, of Hightown .nude a business ' ' !x town Jue* day. L. H. Stephenson, Esq., made business trip to Warm Springs th; week. Mr. Jacob N. Hull, of Vander pool, was up Monda) for a shori while. Miss Lillie Honk, of McDowell spent a couple of nights in towi ^his week. Mrs. Phoebe 0. Priest, of Circle ville, visited friends io Crabbotton last Sunday. Mr. Glen Mauzy, of Hightown, was over this week and spent a couple days. Dr. I. H. Trimble informs us that Mr. Wm. Swadiey, of High town, is very sick. Mr. Wm. Hull and wife, of High : -itborhood, were trading ..i the stores here Monday. Mr. Miner Marshall and sister, Mi*-s Alice, of Franklin, were vis? oring friends here this week. Miss Ida Rodgers was among those who caine np from McDow? ell to attend the lawn party. Mr. H F Slav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 September 1896

Good Blood is wb.it gives strong nerves, vigor, vital? ity. Good blood and good health come by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Ho sui\- to get Hood's and only HOOD'S. Hood'*. Pills aro the favorite family cathartic. TRUMPET CALLS. Ilax'n llorn Sounds a Warninc Nota to the Unredeemed. _ HE child of God as safe as his Father's throne. John the Bap? tist reached tho masses by preach? ing Christ. _ Where there ls growling thero cannot be much growing in grace*. Some men hate the Bible because lt ls against a ehort yardstick. If you want your wife to be an angel treat her like one. When our enemies are God's enemies We shall always win the fight. It is not so hard to do right when the mind Ls fully made up to do it. If you don't know what else to do for the Lord, become a cheerful giver. Wheo a man's tracks point toward the saloon his back is toward heaven. The first milo toward hell often looks as though it led straight to heaven. You cannot always tell who is In the grave by tho size of the...

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