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CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION SEPT. 10 1906 ail. t relief in , rrh - «l!a.T imlammnt ion. hi'al nracflns membrane, sweetnu breath. Hen c .in:le tore throat. Mr C. I. Hood <:„.. iavvU. ilaia. If Blade liy Hood It's Ci.oil- OWN A HOME We Have These and Many Other v Bargains. $1,800—Nine-room dwelling, small barn, some fruit, two lots,in excellent neighborhood. $2,350--Seven-room dwelling-, bath, etc.. barn and woodshed. Lot 50x112 feet. 9BSO-. Five-room dwelling, on West Webster street, one lot. $1,000—Six-roomdwelling on North Elm street. Good neigh- hood rnd a, bargain. ° $85O — Five-room dwelling with lot 90xUO feet. $6OO — Two small dwellings 8600 each, oa easy terms. GILL G Barney Bldg. my AN, CbfllicoLhe, Mo. WHEN YOU IRE GETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache and Eyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. Saves Hard Work 6=5=4 '»s prepared" par= ticularly for GASCOOK- INQ RANGES and is also a labor saving sub= stitute for blacking, on the sides of any cook stove bumtng hard coal. It is better than an enamel for STOVE PIPES or WIRE SCREENS; it covers more surface, is applied easier, dries quicker and wears longer. 6-5-4 Kills Rust For sale by Joseph Batta and Minteer & Williams. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Vliet Webster of Utica spent Sundaj- in the city with friends. N. L.Thompson went to Gallatin Monday afternoon on an extended visit with relatives. Charles Maupin returned Sunday night from a visit with his parents at New Haven. J. C. Bouton left Monday morning on his regular trip. He went to the south part of the state, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams of Creston, towa> are in the city the guests of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs.*Robert Pringle of Clearmont, Iowa, are in the city the guests of Mr. and Mrt. Wilbur Pringle. James Hamilton accompanied by his cousin, Mrs. Johns, o£ near Linneus, is visiting relatives in the city. Hugh Mansur, who has been confined to his home for the past three days, was reported improving Monday, I Col. Bell, who remained here the guest of W. H. Mansur and family over Saturday, left Sunday for his home in Laramie, Wyo. Misses Lulu Oliver, Gladys Grbuse and Ruth Page left Sunday night, for Columbia where they will enter the State University. An informal reception was given Saturday evening, by Messrs Roy and Allen Moore, Jr.,in chap el hall at the Normal school for the new students. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures radically—that is, it removes the roots of disease. That's better than lopping the branches. Frank Pinkley arrived Sunday from Cassa Granda, Arizona, and will be the guest of George Pinkley and family, for several weeks. J. E. Watkins left Monday nooa for St. Joseph. Prom there ho will go to Kansas City. He will What is a Backache? IT IS NATURE'S WARNING TO WOMEN Disease* of Woman's Organism Cured arid Consequent Pain Stopped by Lydia E. Plnkham'e Vegetable Compound. , "It seems as though iny back would | reak." Women utter these words t C;MESUPIN THE "CONSTITUTION" CONTEST break." Women utter these words _ LT^roLTnds^^tn^e^thl Other. 81»re in Big Monday Vote, teadod;the Good Roads" eonVn- WHEELING NEWS NOTES Wheeling. Sept 10—(Special Correspondence)—Jessie Wright has gone to Liberty to enter William Jewell college. T. B. Hendrii was in Chillieo- j the Thursday. Clarence DeWitt and family af> ftiag- along- and suffer with aches in the Small of the back, pain low down in ' the side, " bearing-down" pains, nervousness and no ambition tor any task. And Last Week Starts Off in Lively Fashion. They do not realize that the back ii the mainspring of woman's organism, and <iuickly indicates by aching a diseased condition of the female organs or kidneys, and that the aches and pains will continue until the cause is removed, i Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- be absent about a week on legal business. T. E. Sallee, who has been visiting his daughter in Lineville, [owa, returned home Sunday night, accompanied by his daughter, Mies Pearl. Grelton Byrd has farms of 80, 140, 160 or 200 acre for sale. Write or see him or the land at Vondale, Dawn, Mo., R. R. No. 3, or see Paul Byrd, Chilliqothe, Mo. lOsdtf J. W. Benney and son, John, of Breckenridge were in the city Modday, the guests of R. H. Hicks and family. Mr. Benney's son will enter Maupin's college in the near future. Mrs. Fred Wilson and daughter pound has been for many years the one and only effective remedy in such cases. It speedily cures female and kidney disorders and restores the female organs to a healthy condition. " I have suffered with feniala troubles for over two years, suffering intense pain each month, my bock ached until it seemed OB though it would break, and I felt so weak all over that I did not find strength to attend to my work but had to stay in bed a large part of the first two or three days every Aionth. I would have sleepless nights, bad dreams and severe headaches. All this undermined my health. "We consulted an old family physician, who advised that I try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I began takinR it.regularly and soon found that I could sleep and eat better than I had done for months. Within two months I became regular and I no longer suffer from backache or pain."—Miss Maude Morris, Sec. Ladies' Aid and Mission Society, 85 E. Hunter St., Atlanta, Ga. The last week in the CONSTITUTION gift contest started off in lively fashion with a heavy vote. Miss Louise Joslin recsived more than any other candidate and advanced to third place. Miss Inez Cox dropping to fourth. Miss Ruth Francis remains first and Miss Vernie Grouse second. Ruth Francis, Chilli . .. ol.OlO Vernie Grouse, CMilico 33,050 Louise Joslin, Chilli 25,130 Inez Cox, Grand R 23,980 Ruth Thompson,CreamR.. 115.050 tion in Chillicothe Tuesday. Tom Wells and wife were over from Bedford Saturday. Mrs. Steve EUwldus of Chillicothe is here vi^itiug her son and family. Euterpe Club 10,750 Sadie Bradford, Chilli 9rSO Imo Coberly, Chilli 4StO Nola Thompson. Chilli .1500 Ona C. Lowey, Chilli 27SO Eva Plenniken,Mooresy Mary Grace Seay, Chilli. Garnett Thompson,Sou. p.. MOBERLYTOJOIN IN. From the Moberly Democrat. H- G. Waters, Dean of the Ag ricultural college, and George B. are confined to their South Cherry street. soniis suffering with and her daughter with malaria fever. Mrs. L. A. Hughes, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Reeder, left Monday morning for her home in Bisby, Arizona; She was accompa- died as far as Kansas City by her mother. Ellis, Secretary of the Board of Agriculture, called at the Democrat office yesterday on their return to Columbia from the Chillicothe Goods Roads convention. They expressed themselves as being much pleased with the convention in that city and the unanimous resolutions calling for a constitutional convention. They desire to hold a number of conventions in the different parts of the state to build up sentiment in its favor and co promote the good road cause. They want to hold one of these convenitons at Moborly and include several counties. The matter will be presented to the Commercial club, this week and no doubt meet with approval and a STILL &T THE OLD [STAND E. M. GRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTACLES IN CHTLLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS PHONE 75 THEO SHEPPARD AT TALENT'S 'BARN. Miss Ethel Thorp, who has been in tho city for the past week, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorp, will leave Tuesday morning for Kansas City, from which place she will go to Lead, South Dakota,to accept a position in a hospital. Wanted—Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel and collect for firm of §250,000.00 capital. Salary, L §1072 per year and expenses. Salary paid weekly and expenses advanced; references required. Address with stamp, J. ' A. Alexander, Chillicothe. Mb. Marshall Democrat-News: Ora Randolph returned Saturday morning from a three weeks' visit to friends and relatives at Chillicothe, Mo., and Bloomfield, Iowa. The trip was act only a pleasant one but a / beneficial one, the young gentleman having gained fifteen pounds during his stay. James Kyrle MacCurdy, in "The Old Clothes Man," the play in which he makes his appearance here shortly, is a story of life in big convention held at such a home on date as may be-agreed upon. A Mrs. Wil- now constitution will have to be dysentery adopted before much is accomplished toward adequate road expenditure and building. Miss Grace Hay ward and her company will be the next repertoire attraction in this cit;. ,-ind t e announcement to those trine ki>o\v and follow things theatrical means a week of plays of merit, pleasing specialties and crowded houses, as Miss Hay ward is beyond doubt a great favorite with theatregoers of this city and the announcement of her appearance is always greeted with pleasure. Miss Hayward can always be depended upon to bring with her a line of plays new to theatergoers of this city and of a class that are not attempted by the usual stock organization, and it is said that she has this season not only a well selected line of plays but a clever supporting company. Miss Hayward will open her cn- gagement^at the Luella next Monday night, Sept. 17th. The beauty bee's a honey maker. It "honeys"up ono's thoughts; it sweetens one's lifs; it's nectaron one's words, and drops sip by sip, into one's heart when Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is used. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.—N. J. S wetland Drug Co. 2080 iOHO Laura Bird, Wheeling IS'JO Pearl Venard, Pairview.... ITtiO Lmcile Venable, Jackson.... 1750 May Brookshier, Chilli... 1320 Cora Careyj Blue M. ... 1100 Joseph Iberg, Medicine ... 1 ICO Eva Toner, Monroe., 1000 Loyal Knights, Chilli tftJO Hazel Estep, Chilli 820 Ethel Gann, Sampsel SOO Banna Kerr, Green 710 Gladys Mowry, Samp..;. 7'!<1 Lena Morris , Chillico.... 7; 0 Bessie Provolt, Chillico 500 Mrs. S. H. Price.So.pre . -LSD Alena Bushncli.Bluu M... ftiO Clara Parker, Chilli ' J (0 Ethel Gillinartin, Chilli ... -liO Mary Lamb jijo Xauthia Dowel!, Chilli 380 Anna Sumrnerville, So. p.. olO Myrtle Martin, Chilli 320 Lucile Thompson.. .1 320 Gladys Hosman, Chilli... 300 Ethel Garr '; 2SO Laura Hudson 180 Bernard Sallee 100 Ruth Page, Chilli 80 Cora Clark, city 80 Maude Hughes, Ciiiiii .. 40 Flora Hudson, city .... -10 Maude Lee, Chilii.. 20 Louise Krouse, 20 The conditions of this contest will bo as follows: Tho first prizs in this contest is in elegant S300 Victor piaco, in a superb walnut case, which will 5o giyea to the person or organization in Livingston county receiving tha highest number of votes. With the piano are included a late stool or bench and a silk scarf. The second prize is a 8100 Columbia Majestic graphaphcao, the finest talking machine manufactured. This machine .has a mahogany case, and a mechanism which plays from ten to fifteen pieces at one winding. The winner of this prizo'will be allowed tho choice of any horn in the store of S. A. Stone, from whom both prizes have been purchased. This prize will go to the person or organization receiving iha second highest number ot votes. Tho third prize will bo a handsome gold watc:h, Elgin, Waltham or American movement, with gold filled gcase warranted for twenty years. Votes will be issued for money paid on subscription to the Daily and Weekly CONSTITUTION at the rate of 200 for every §1 for renewal subscriptions and 300 for every SI paid on now subscriptions. On every club of six new subscribers to the daily or weekly CONSTITUTION, all brought or sent in at one time, votes wiil be allowed at the rate of 400 for every d'ol- lar. ' Tickets issued for votes will be ( good for one week from the date Miss Nina Collins of LiiiDOus is visiting relatives and friends here. Mi«s Lillian B. Harlan wna the guest of friends in Nettleton last week. Mrs. Tom Moore returned from Sumner Sunday whe e aho visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jacobson announce the birth of a daughter Tuoaday, Sept. 4. Buel A. Swopo left Saturday for Highland, Kas.. to enter the University there. He was accompanied by his father, Dr. W. A. Swopfi. Miss Stella Warren left for Kirksville Monday to enter the State Normal there. Paul Higgiaa and family were in Chillicothe Thursday. George Williams and wife went to Chula Saturday to attend the funeral of Ed Jacobs. Miss Lizzie Gish of Kansas City arrived Sunday on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Joe Wiley of Mountain Grove is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wright. Miss Myra Mace has been very ill, but is slightly improved. Ray Darling and sister, Miss Nannie, were up from Meadville Thursday. Misses Frances and Harriet Hawker spetit Sunday with thoir parents hore. Mrs. A. E. Norman and daughter, Miss Lulu, were in Chillicothe Thursday. Miss Mildred Oliver of Oklahoma was the guest of T. B. Hendrix and wife last week. The Baptist meeting which has baen in progress for the past two weeks closed Sunday night with four additions. John Collins of Bucklin is hero visiting relatives. Charlie Clark and wife of Brook- Belti are the guests of A. B. Clark and family north of town. Ros.&Cd esMakers- fad New York Fali Suii Talk. We're of the opinion that it'* about now thut, a word or tivo concerning your Fall n,rul Winter Suits will be in order so now wo remind you. On i- new Suits are fresh from the Tailoring Shops of the very best makers, and ready for your osinir. Kvery style, kink and turn of fall fashions has been honored in the making of these choice tranrumts. TEc Tailoring is Perfect; T5e Fabrics are Unusually Handsome. We're ri^'ht sure that we have a suit to your liking, and that you'll lie surprised when yon learn how ranch suit excellence you can ^et hen; for it modest price. It will afford us the greatest of pleasure to show you the new styles, if you will drop in for H look. You needn't think of buying 1 —just come in and see what's new. Our time is all yours. We are new and want the business. | PRICES ARE RIGHT. i island & B West, Sido Square HOGS 5G HIGHER. CONSTITUTION SpftciM. Kansas City, Sept. 10—Tho live j stock market for touiiy,a« reported ! by Clay, Uobiadon & C-j., via.* as | follovvu: 11 Cattlo—R"uoipl3 slow, steady. Hogs—Receipts steady to uc higher $632'...; top S.e.37'0. Shoop—Lieceipw 7,030; mirk.it steady. Chicago. Sept. 10—Cattlo—Ro- coipts 21,000; lOc higher; top SG.75. Hogs—Receipts 30,000; market 5c higher; top 86.70. market i | walk m l'i 6,0.00; market!"""- 1 ™" bulk SO 33 to .NllTIOK TO C!ONTRA'JTOIW. Xotii-i- ixlu'r.-liy aivi-ii tlutt si-ali-d pro- niiwiN will !„. m-Hvi'rl !iy th« City Amlit'n- 'if tin.' City nf <.!lil!||,:,,tlii>. Jit,., up til 12 "Vlin-k, iiiiiiii.iin rim lir.ii iiuj- O f ui'litilvi. I'.MWriH-th.. fiirnlabiiiK of all mnti-rlitl anil tin- rli>ini! of all WIM-I: and lah.n- mvi^fury ti. Mstrin.-tiL>i,l,.v.ail;.-/ifiTt In li-ni;! b ami I rt v.-iil,-,.f r!,,. m -,|..,....| ,j . s ,. ri |,.,,| i,.. ;,,„! THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. DIRECTORS TO MEET. The board of directors of the Industrial League will meet in the office of county clerk Monday evening- The chairmen of the various committees connected with the wild west show arc requested to attend this maeiiug. A world of truth in a. few r.-ords: "Nearly all other cough o,un-s are constipating, especially those containing opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar movns the bowels. Contains no opiates." You can get it at Clark's Pharmacy- ^ ^ _ MB, KUHL IS HORSELESS, William Kuhl, a well known German farmer living in Rich Hill township, suffered the loss of his faithful buggy horse Friday. Now for the 'first time in fifty years Mr. Kuhl is without a horse. He came to town in a neighbor's buggy Saturday. MUST HAVE THE MEWS New or renewal subscriptions have been received by the CONSTITUTION from the following persons within the past few days: Andy L. |VViIson, Moorseville, Miles Darr, Chula. Edward Shea, Wheeling. J. W. Shannon, Hale. vVilton Thompson, Watonga, Okia. Bon Marlow, Sfimpscl. R. P. Moore, Wheeling. Ethel Thorp, Lead, S. D. F. M. Fiske, Denver, Col. G. W. Alexander, Chula. J. F. Kesler, Sampsel. Mrs. E. E. Reed, Kirksville. Petor Troeger, Route 6, city. Edward Conner, Tina. Toles Terrell, Breckeuridge. James R. Moody, .Colorado Springs. Annie Liuville, city. Ray McClellen, Kansas City. J. J Martin, eltv. L. N. Kinsolla, Wheeling. . William Feen«y, Wheeling. j J. R. Neis, Tyrone, Okla. | T] Hay ties, Hal'-. i J. F. Harris, Chnla. Ho«nr.l Smith, Route 1, city. Mrs. O. E. rfmith, Vinita, I. t in li'iiL'tliitiid .| fn-1 \viili- of tin) lr.-u:rll>"(l hy ami in ;K.'i:«iriJauf:e j with unlituinr.. X,,. i>:c, : a siil»wallt III (we in | llMlUtlllllnl I f,"..t Will,' of flu- lliatlM'ial ll.- j.si-rili.Ml hy anil in .u-cnnUim:.- with orill- I niino-Nr,. viurusiili'ttiiili HI fwt in lenutl- I ami ! f.'._-i v.-iclc: i,r tli,' miitvrinl ilvsurilH'tl hy I »nil innceiirilain.- with nnliiinnci- Xo.-'H;;t shli-walk IU f.'.'t !n I"iiL'tli.-uiil I fr.'t wlilv i.f the material <l"srril».|l byand inniruoiiliuw with oriliiiiini-c No.iU:asi(l-w:ilk till foul n. li-nuth and I luce with' of tho material Ui>- .sc)}|>..ti i,y niui it; aecordariur with unli- nance N'o.i'l:!: a sidewalk .V! luvt in loii[.'tlr j and I fi-i-t ividi.' i«f tho iiiatcrin! d.-SL-rihrd b.v nnd iiiitcruttlnnci- with onlinanci- No. I'll: asiik".valk.<ifo.'t in li-iitfthand i lave wiik- of the mnti-rla: d-si-ritu-d by ami in acrc.r- clanui' with ordinance Xo. 2H; a aidnwalk 171 fi'i-t In leostb and I f«>t widoof thf matiM-ial diwrilieil tiyumi in nrTOrdancf with ordi- nunri'No. i'|i;:u sidewalk ll_> [Vet in length and 4 f.'i't wldi- of tin- matiM-iai dcscrtbi'd hy nn£ In aeroriliinci 1 with ordinance No. 2IS: n sldinvaik l»MVi't In lonstli ami If.-.-t wide of t!ie mjUJ'i-fnl (Ifst'ritvfl !>y:md inaccordanut* with onlln:inr» Xo. i»t; a sidewalk ."<!> fi-ot In length and I f.-i-r wide of the material il«- soribod by and in at'rordance with ordi- n.ince No.-'.II: a sidewalk nu fci-t in lencth and I fei-t wide of the niatei-ial described by antl in a.'L'ordani;i; with ordinance No. 332;'» sidewalk lli feei in lensth and t feet wide of the material described by ami In accordance with ordinance No. ya: a sidewalk no feet In lenutb andlfr-et wide of die nintcrial described by and in accordance with ordinance No. S31: a sidewalk Hi fivt in lanirth and I feet wide of the material d'-acrlbed by and in accordance with ordinance No- iJ>3: a i sidewalk iK» feet iu leimth and I feet wide of | the materi.il described hyand InaccordancH j with ordinance No. •£>•:>; a sidewallc 112 feet in I leni_'thand 1 feet wii.lt; of thu material de- j scribed by and in accordance- with ordi- [ nance No.1^7. TliL- proposals rnnst l>t^ accordrns to form required and fiu'nisJi..-il by the City Enai- neer. A certiti'.'d check in the sum of $'_*">.IIO j must accompany each bid to Insure the j making of a contract. The riirhc to reject | any and ail bids is reserved by the City ; Council. . HHepMid WIGEIA". City Auditor. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Tho county court met Monday ! 579.00 for round-trip tickets 'o ! Yellowstone Piirk, via, St. Paul oi' : Billings (thro' Denver, if desired), I including stage thro' the Park and j 5>j days' hotel accommodations, j any day until September 16; good returning within 90 days. as a board of equalization and ad- j Ask me for free in us trate,d liter- justed the asfObsmen:* of the mer- [ ature- - £. B. Jordan, chants aud niinut'acturors of the ! Agent. city. The work will bo finished! —• this evening and tho bodv will! >few post cards iust received at meet as a county court Tuesday. Potter Drug Co. - S 8d2t stamped on their back. <-!••;-I-K-M-*- -I-M-H-* OPEN FOR. ALL ENGAGEMENTS CHiLLIGOTHE ~ 0, i, swmn, New. York and of tbe typical exist- 'ence of an East Side Hebrew. Mr. MacCurdy's interpretation of- the part is strong, both in acting and in make-up. His dialect, actions and wit stamp him as. an actual student of Hebrew nature, J as well as a practical portrayer of * the same. His quick turn of wit 4- lends' great charm to the play, ?• which will be presented at the 5 Luella on Friday night. Many J bright specialties are introduced * during the action of the play, and v the famous boxing duo, Danny 4- Dougherty and Kid Shamey, ap» ^ pear in the last act. M. A. Freeman of Laredo came down Monday morning to visit old friends and called to renew for the Daily CONSTITUTION, voting Jor L9uise Joslin. His little daughter, Zelma, came down later in the day. To Remove FrecHles & Pimples A neir discovery, Bold under • posture guarantee and money refunded In eTery ease wbere It fails to remor* freckles, pimples, Uver^- spots, Bnn-tan, lallow- ness, collar dlscolorar tlons, blackheads and alL eruptions of the skin, no matter.--of how long: standing, Cures ordinary cases In 10 days, and the> worst In 20 days. Alter Tickets which do not bear the CONSTITUTION'S dated stamp on their back, or tickets whereon the date has been altered or one name erased and another substituted or tickets which are placed in the boi more than one week after the date of their issue will not be counted. 1 Candidates may be entered at any time, this contest being open to any person or organization in Livingston county. The publishers of the CONSTITDTION reserve the right to reject the nomination of any candidate which* is not •made in good faith. This contest will end at 3 o'clock September 15, You are wasting time if you are waiting for nature to do all the work. Everybody needs a little lelp, so does nature; assist her by taking a courso of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or tablets, 35 cents.—N*. J. Swetland Drug Co. Spavin ijlmmeuc removes a H:;rii.Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes troiui horses. Blood Spavins, Curbs Splints. Sweeney, RlnK Boue, Stifles rtpnilns. nil Swollen Throats. CouKha. etc 3avo S50 by use of one bottle. Warranted tbe mo*r —onderful Blemish Oure every known Sold l.yth«N-I.Swclntnd Hrnit Oo New coughs are bad enough. Old coughs are worse, much worse. They always make one think of bronchitis, consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral quickly cures new coughs. And it cures old ontvs, too. The next time you sec your doctor, ask him why this medicine , ,. ,,„ Wo liavft no secrets! We publish J.C.-AyerCo., SO promptly relieves COUgnS. tlm formulM cf nil our nmaicinf a ! I-ownll. MJBB. ELM PARK- Second-Class Colonist Rales. One-way second-class colonist tickets will be sold via the C. M. & St. P. daily August 27 to October 31, 1903, to all the principal points in the west and north-west, also to points intermediate. Half of colonist rates will • be rtesa defect! *n removed tbe itin will t>« 1906. clear, fall, be&lthr an4 beautiful. NO poulblft harm nan mail frocr.lu Bw. K «S3« iaS'Hi& K letting (Jrag store? bt br ffl»U, •'" CS ^ i® "3? » 3=5. Z «0u , •tan (6* made for children. S. Nicholas, Agent, Chillicothe, R9o., Sept. 14-15, '06 The largest premium list ever given to the Old Settlers. Plenty to eat and good water. Something doing every, minute in the day. Gome and Enjoy Yourself. Cot J, T. SELBY, Mgr, BSBT VAWlANIWOHAM, DAVJP GIRDNER, Mgr, W*

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