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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. g)'NTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOIiSI.I NA, SATUI'I.AY, SEPTEMBIER i6, 1914 N E l IES--V. ....L~, H I)S) . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

Act No. 31 oease Bill No. 91. By Mr. Maism. JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing an amendment to the Consti tution of the State of I.ouisiana. with reference to taxation of hanks. hank inK associations, banking corpora tions or banking companies. doln ex elutlvely the thisincs of londing money or dealing In bills of excha- ge. in this State but domictled in other Stsats of the Union or in foreign countries, and providing for the ex tent and limitation of taxation there of. Section 1. Be It resolved by the gen eral Assembly of the State of ILouiti ana. two-thirds of all the members elected to each house concurring. 'That the following amendment to the ('onsti-/ tution of the State be subhmitted to the qualified electors of the State for their, adoption or rejection at the r,ngrs-riin al election to he held on the first Ti'P day after the first Monday In the month ef November. 1914, as fllowq: All banks. banking aseao, attons. hank tla corporations. or bankirhe rm tnlce. doing business in t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

g atst that under the laws ggnatry. Stats or territory, or I r lct of his residence like and privileges are granted Svehicles duly registere.d un ietr of and owned by residents ~ l e it further enartel. ctrack engtnes, road, rollers. fire fire enriP,. pllies patrol - as well as all other mt,r use e lrl I:stvrl' fr part,:i, b v the tn't*'i Sta "'I ;,o" v."n L State. or an" te, ,,: , (* F trrl 'ti"i tho p - . .- -,. i thn~ n e' P te irk .t. I. i 4sth o' 1 a w.44 1 *Nthe oam'e ^' a4. 't', ,1 r on or l;r '"- f .,t ) . rointh of Fn rui,' a' t 1 it ne it tf-t" P-'.h4 T. ýý Mllern ni ' t' ' t ",-, . l , t , S . rc h outo t, tt, .., r ti lths one of Ith h.iank I.. ' i e fa.r, th e fl" ft',. I tai t*'i o) f the 'lt 44 1 t u l , tlie 'l 1 ,. '. 'I1 l i 4'. ,r 4' t' he plne re,! ' . - t' "t, ,r .,," as n. from trh."'' t... a , ,' r a reeidin s ., r n of ?.r. exhrnded I r"", "'. t S to the S Str,' rt oi ."",f I." r 1 t1 h ', In-""wrrt tely t law rel ftin th nmitt r  ,-t' 'sll annuallY....

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNALI Published every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer ......... Editor W. L. Rountree .....Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah S1.SO per Annum, in Advance Entered Jan. 10, 1903 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not reipnnsible for the views and opinions of corrc"ponidents appearing in its columns. Tallulta, Louisiana, - Saturday, September 26, 1914 The President land The eortton crop. President Wilson's remarks to the representatives of the National Farmers' Union are instinct with the wisdom - of the trained economist. The President fully under stands the magnitude of the crisis which the war has brought upon the South, and he also understands that the entire country must suffer, if cotton continues to be a drug in the markets. In meeting our annual indebtedness abroad, we largely depend on bil...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

, W. P. Sevier peat Thureday in the city. 'Mr. W. A. Gilpin spent part of last ek in Jackson and Crystal Springs, Mbs Hattie Blair has been visiting in sa, Miss.. for the past week. Mr. N. H. Lewis arrived here on Sun " after a long visit to St. Louis. Mr. Beni. Mitchell, of Afton came 4~ ato toTallulah Thursday. s, J. D. Sevier was in the city ,llisy evening. J, ge F. X. Ranadell passed through i~sfish Thursday last. Mr. C. C. Aiken, of Dalketh was in es ae day this week. SMr JuMl Devine, to Waverly. was I btlllah Thursday. ,.' Gee. M. Long, planter of Delta was in Tallulah Tuesday. B. C. Montgomery, Jr., made a trip to Jackson this week. a W. R. Spean made a auto trip * ,idshbsrg Tuesday. lr. 3. Galloway. of Omega, was L Msw Thursday. r. Sad Mrs. R. H. Twedle spent ay sad part of Tuesday on Tenses A dilhtftl dance was given at the Opeea Nows yesterday evening by de Tallalsh Orchestra. " Pannie Peterkin returned from : usee Thursday after a very pleasant iit to relatives and frien...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truitt OB Author of HENRY RUSSELL MILLER "1IE MANO HIGHER UP."HIS RIS (Coordi. 11, o The lb DMerrill Company) SYNOPSIS. Mark Trultt, encouraged- by his sweet heart, Unity Martin, leaves Bethel. his native town, to seek his fortune. Simon Trultt tells Mark that it long has be.en his dream to see a steel plant at Bethel and asks the son to return and build one if he ever gets rih. Mark applies to Thomas Henley, head of the Quinby Iron works, for a Job and is sent to the con structlon gang. Ills sucress in that work wins him a place as helper to Ronlan Andarejzaki, open-hearth furnaceman. Ile becomes a hoarder in Itoan's holnme and aulstas Plotr. Roman's son, In his stulles. Kasia, an adopted daughter, shows her ratitude in sucth a manner as to arouse Mark's Interest in her. Ilenvy work in the Intense hbat of the furnace cautses" Mark to collapse andi Kazia cares fo, him. Later Rolman also suc(,'unmbs and Mark gets his job. Itoman resents thili and tells Mark to fi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

R'S WIFE ILLTO WORK Nervous Sufferer to Health by Ly Spinkham's Veg -bb Compound. --"I am glad to say g. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done more for me than anything else, and I had the best physi cian here. I was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work and suf fered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege d01pad, and now I feel like a e I believe there is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege for weak women and sad I would be glad if I anyone to try the medi Iksow it will do all and much it is claimed to do." - Mrs. Ii, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple gasota, Minn. asi suffer from those dis to their sex should at the ability of Lydia E. 'g Vegetable Compound to re bsith by the many genuine testimonials we are con ig in the newspapers. svS the elightest doubt gEpinkham's Vegeta will help you.write hamMedicineCo. Lyun,Mass., for ad t will be opened, aewered by a woman, I strict confidence. a Bum ane ht A ,tifh.l carJM ANFPORD'S _ofMyrrh Sii anod I w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 September 1914

* / " " " ** . l] ITEEN hundred feet above my creditors-hung in space twixt heaven and earth-at peace with God and the world, and yet traveling at the rate of . sixty or more miles an hour! A2 , That's what I felt on my first aeroplane trip, and mighty sor ry was I to have to come back to earth, writes Irene Vandy in the New York Press. utes, at a height of 200 feet. However, the avi- the man who draws. From war to aeronautics m ,° m th " In t * o wanrl, . .. . _ . .. , - -_ -- . - .- ° . ..'-- . . .. " . an _ ° 1. , .*..-, . .m .,w . hn mh fli . ah-, . v -h nr i - There is nothinlg in the world quite like flying. Some have eompared it with sailing-water sailing; others h have eompared it with autoing on a very smooth t read; but it is incomparable. Once or twice dur- h ing my trip I looked aloft almost expecting to h find the big white-winged mechanical bird hung d from a wire attached to gigantic telegraph poles uad operated on a pulley, so easy did It ride on t space. Once or t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

rV THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUN'TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULA,, MAD)ISONT PARlISlI, LOUISIANA, SAT AY, ('TOER :, 1914 NEW SE --VI,. N. un----- nn mm nnmll •·· um-- -- - - -- -· 'RMAN RUSH FAILS TO BREAK ALLIES CENTER pig Lines of Fire and Death Are Confronting Armies on the Aisne. ATTACKS BY TEUTONS IFPULSED EVERYWHERE OSSES OF LAST FEW DAYS SAID TO EXCEED ALL OTHER EN. GAGEMENTS OF WAR. glMAN POSITION CRITICAL . Joffre Pushes His Lines Inside the Range of German Artillery. Fercing Hand-to-Hand Fighting. * Bordeaux.-According to dis- " ' pitches from the front, the Prus- * * ds guard has been cut to pieces * esrtiag the fighting of the last * * three days. The strength of some * * gospanies was reduced from 259 I * to 100 men. Virtually all the orig o* a officers of guard have been " * llled or wounded, and two bat- " Stallions have been annihilated. " "gee** " " s * * * ** * * ** TIs Newrppepr Unibn NewSr Srrve,'. i phrls.-The following official com- 1 lion was issued Monday night: r...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

Act No. 31 I eWnse Bill No. t91. By Mr. Mastea. it JOINT RESOL'TION. reponstag an amendment to the Constl- ( tation of the State of L.ouisiana. with , reference to taxation of hanks. bank- of I n assorcatlons., anking corporr- el ltons or banking companies. doing ex- tl telusivelv the business of lending 01 aoney or dealing in bills of exchi. ge. Is this State but domiciled in other A States of the Union or in foreign , countries, and providing for the ex- t) teat and limitation of taxation there- tl at. Seetlon 1. re It resolved by the G~en- S ral Assemmhly of the State of Ilnlrl an, two-thirdr of all the members L. elected to each house rone arring. That the following amendment to the Consti-, A tItton of the State be slhm!tt-d to the qualtfied electors of the State for their Iel/etion or rejection at the rc~nverstl ·n- . Sel elction to be held on tile first Ties day after the first .Monday in the month af November. 1914. as fIlli,.rs All banks. ' -inking asi,.intions, hank tu cor...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

to the extent that under the laws eign rlnntry. State or territory, or district of his reeldence like snpttonn and privileges are granted o motor vehiclePs dilty registered ,on St. 'I"m of and owned hy r.esidents Ithis Statp. Sler'tl t. P it f rth r er-trt.. I AI trlt k  r.0 n, ,. roal. r .llr. fi 4.. II r " -f ct' lsq don t  . s ~ at as ~'t the lr 1'n.t'' rt ,:,.y t , ,f the bty k ,f thr o e  th .' 1' t k a,, tf itre i"V .i g t t he Fr' .I n t i.e tte pl .ler d, f lth n" i th tf l"bruart a ' - 1 se tirr t traP ,7,,t 1 th Par' t h "re .. l all pnhlir rv~ r- . v",f t-v tis le ,'+'.l'. f St.jil ss rn sl ,.,.e  t th, rl of all ,f tht. f m ollr '- ' I 'n, ., thi pra"t",1 n - nf ti ac fnn ' : I:'r tIit. frmfl or c"trPn rton 'rt, , i t thh rspt e 5 : ti-or do- 0*1 thrs t It h i'.t the Statir'.h Tr.h , ctn'r f o thls a n cn ' tt he at"or fl a, l st't1 e y I I'tn a,,,ar i nt e wtth the ' rfito , of p rtin 1'. ,st at the '-('.l'o r:i.p fRs other i -o - mtiOP ne o's"r Ibfr the rethes'ti...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

FHE MADISON JOURNALl every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. o. Sp .......... Editor W. L. Rountree ..........Manager al Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah i1.50 per Annum, In Advance htred Jan. 10, 1908 at Tallulah, La., u as second-class mail matter, under Act of Coenre of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns. 'talllahl, Louisiana, - saturday, October 3, 1914. The eotton eonventlon. The Cotton Convention at New Orleans met and ad Journed. There was a strong division of sentiment on the proposal to prohibit, by state legislation, the production of cotton for the season of 1915. After much discussion the convention finally resolved to recommend to the cotton states a plan to call together the several legislatures and pees prohibitory laws. If the convention has created a sentiment that will ý euse a curtailment of the crop for 19...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

, sia Omeg, was this week. JII will Convene next fI oe.was in town ,go prominent planter. SSanders and WR. H. i tows Wednesday. ~a audria postmaster. at wsdsy in Tallula. S etit of Thomastown oi weik. Ssm.. .1 Wave ly wae I tWed, Measteid was I M w.e o Oak (rove plea rtswL oThrdayIL INNn menebeat t d naeek ehgsin, ef Aftlm attended w ye kauday. C  wll wnld m its ew pr. eiae that Mr. Jes. * bamwry 7mth improved. h CoGuste Ol Cempaey ira e hr week, for the Oebketra has reelhved ak s start giving a R NWw. Jidg. d Metgm. i Bs spent Menday in t3. tDe. Duke and Jack the pinsetoers bw ln elght r gnestd W. M. Seotº t ses west to Delh Men uek Ddepert MerNsam. keitpet. La., was is tows hedoad t the advertise S4t P. Hy. netinss m us to New Orletom whho as baee is * thgthe d nmmer it s Tatel~he. thin - Tall Uagmseny.ro eB Dayer ied oes is Tallulh the Mar Lea emy nd sleet oysters; alew mes at 40 Bents ltws ma year seder:-H. me t Tal ll's eld and a very useful and dd at Ms hrms Men A btlh Dis...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

Jhe Ambition of Mark Tritt B AuEsor of HENRY RUSSELL MILLER "THE MAN HIGHER UP." - S RISE TO POWU R." Cma SYNOPSIS. Mark Truitt, encouraged by his sweet esart. Unity Martin. leaves Bethel, his 1ye town, to seek his fortune. Simon utt tells Mark that it long has been his dream to see a steel plant at Bethel ead asks the son to return and build e It he ever gets rich. Mark applies to omas Henley. head of the Qulnby Iron k for a Job and is sent to the con etruct on gang. His success In that work Wins him a place as helper to Roman a1dreJsaki, open-hearth furnaceman. He mes a boarder In Roman's home and glmists Plotr. RIoman's son, in his studies. Xasia, an adopted daughter. shows her gratitude In such a manner as to arouse Mark's Interest In her. Heavy work in khe intense heat of the furnace causes ,ark to collapse and Kazla cares for la. Iter Roman also succumbs and stark gets his Job. Itoman resents this and tells Mark to find another boarding lace. Itve years elapse during which ark...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

lS MISERABLE ILDN'T STAND She Was Restored ,IH.aJth by Lydia E ! Mkham''sVegetable Compound. i.awan N. Y.-"After my first gssbmb I felt very miserable and could not stand on my feet. My sister in-law wished me to try Lydia E. Pink- c ham's Vegetable Compound and my ". nerves became firm, appetite good, step elastic, and I lost that weak, tired feeling. That was six years ago and I have had three fine 3 children since. For female trou- i always take Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound and it works like i I do all my own work. "- Mrs. I . XIEAMER. 1574 Electric Avenue, N.Y. t os uccess of Lydia E. Pinkham's le Compound, made from roots erbs, is unparalleled. It may be rbth perfect confidence by women t a[ier from displacements, inflam - lkeration,tumors,irregularities, pains, backache, bearing-down flatulency,indigestion,dizzines, t prostration. Lydia E. Pink s Vegetable Compound is the stan asnmdy for female ills. geamg who suffer from those dis ils peculiar to their sex should t of the abil...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 October 1914

r ago, November 19, the United State revenue cutter ear was crews of eight whaling vessels e bound in the Artie ean romew he re in the neighborhood of Point arrow, Alaska. Now the same ship is off VI S ai r dispatched northward to rescue the , bound in the Arctic ocean somewhere Alaska. Now the same ship is off once more for that frigid region, the ~T this time to effect the relief of that part of the I ISTORY again repeats itself. Seventeen years ago, in November, 1897, the United States revenue cutter Hear was dispatched northward to rescue the crews of eight whaling vessels ice bound In the Arctic ocean somewhere in the neighborhood of Point harrow, Alaska. Now the same ship is off 4 once more for that frigid region. but this time to effect the relief of that part of the crew of the ill-fated Karluk now marooned upon Wrangel island, to the northwest of BIering strait. As will be recalled, the Karluk set out to explore the Arctic region north of Beaufort sea and if pos sible to ex...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 October 1914

r THE MADISON JOURNAL. pUJITREE RI')S., Puhlishers TALLULUI, MAI)IS) I' tI IAN.A, SATUII1IAV, OTOBER 10º. 1914 NEW SEI~IEi--4. N I ILUCK GAINS ADVANTAGE 01 RIGHT WING Battles Raging Along S o Battle Front of 120 Miles. GRADUALLY N TEUTONS BACK OF CROWN PRINCE MADE gSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT ApgmRCE FRENCH LINES. ENGAGEMENT AT ROYE g Sh in the Great Battle of the Si Be Sing Done on the Two Wings. THE SITUATION. " IN battle of the Aisne is en*er -m its fourth week with r SlSae change along a battle " 1 120 miles. The Allies * to push their lines grad- r arthward. although Gen. " she on Monday succeeded * aiim their attempt to turn r ua-m right wing. There r r-glnt encounters, and fre- " peat loss of life all along * A but the positions of both " appear almost impregna- * I I reported in London that * pgti w has removed Gen. * lhe as chief of Staff be- * -t a difference of opinion " irategy of making an at- - bnees with air ships on " l* eat the Czars armies " their advance on Ger- " ,gg1y , ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 October 1914

.it Act No. 31 sit at ouse Bill No. 91. By Mr. Mastea. in JOINT RltSOT,'TION. i Proposing an amendment to the Constl- Co tution of the State of Louisitana. with mi reference to taxation of banks. bank- on ing associationrs. hanking corpora- el, tions or banking companies. doing ex- th elustvely the husines. of lendin ,of money or dealing in hills of exchl ge. ..A In this State but domiciled in other At States of the Union or in foreign , countries, and providine for the ex- th tent and limitation of taxation there- th of. Section 1. Me It resolved by the Oen- Sr eral Assemhbly of the State of Tnitail ana. two-thirds of all. the members 1.1 elected to each house concurring. That the following amendment to the Consti- Al tution of the State he sihmittid to the qualified electors of the State for their adoption or rejection at the congression- A al election to he held on the first TI'le*s day after the first Monday in the month of Novemher. 1914, as follows: All banks. hanking associat...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 October 1914

ob extent that under the lawe country. State or territory, or -strict of his residence like and privileges are granted vehicles duly registered un -aws of and owned by residents 10. Be It further enacted. Strek engines, road rollers. fire fire enlgine. police patro!m. as well as all other motor used exr lstri l for puhlie by the t'nitei States (;overn " - State or any of the suhdivi f. -In,.luding the parishes. "non vislilage" as w~ell a" boards of the State. distrit or mrun!'pal. are exclude.i g provisiona of this art 11. Be it further er.nrtel secretary of State shall .( .r..t collected. under the prnvi-inns Sas son after the rller ti' , ble. in one of the hanks of th. tviousl.y ~'e, for thit ea:t the Stt eI. Innk dieo t,,ries ial fund wh!th shall hear in the same rate an other de and on or before the fifteenth me onth of February atnl .\'Ie ýeah vear. the S 'tarv onf State npemlt to the Parish Treasurer Ssworn arcount thereof, all of the rollected rnler the Irovlisins no at fr...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 October 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL Published every Sntu;nl:o: aT1;i t alTal'llah. Lot::sia a. Geo. Spencer r: it:. \V. !. m',mr . . 1. , Oificial Joura:l ut' i'ia.Iisn i'a:..i- . it -th I) .t:it Lei Board, Madivun Parish Stchoi i .:t:.. and *own a ' h'.,. $1.50 per Ann>xi:, in Adva:nce EnteredI .lan. 11. 1;.:1 ia Ti:l . . L :. .- .," u -c.-: ; n mI t::r, u:ter Art , Cor.r,,s ,f M:ch :~ . '719. T he Jouriil i< n ,,t r sp si,, f,, I" " i, liv s ::1,1 , ll, , .i (l' Corrc -ýp nlerttnti ::1,i ::ri:n, iii it . ,ltitnl <. Talluttah, Lonsisr.tat', - Nat;rda.y, O¢ct'ob r 0?, 1914. Plans For eotton. PreAidtltnt Wild n indlicated to.-day hI: wa not wilinn to 4upport various q,h`!nhemes pr.es'nted to) him. invvincI, legi,4l:tion for the, re lief of cotton ,growers, but declarel ii conidilerintg means for sul Ving the prti:omon. The Georgia con* re.es-ore',l (dhlov tio)n ,i 'l.t,4s l with the Pr1r i dent ia hill intrnodtwceI in the llu.n e by Il..pre".,,ru; ivý. I[arloi -k to allow stato bh:.nks t...

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