Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 4, 1907 · Page 2
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iiiorth fu p National Bank D/Pv NORTH ^dp, e ^ond Vi lefMHpry ttr tiw Olitel pci Established 1869. iflet CMity I Mieil liik It AUu Ci. ^^RUM^^T^M^ MELVIN KAONK, Attn. Caihlw. u It 1- Mrs. R. MoCaiin i"'. I '^M -^i Siiniri' -Stif'et. PlilcrL-iiiif (1 '.''• Al'.ii Kni -iiv (i| :lhi* ("jllifjlic \i- iiril:i>. "Thsrc V.'clc l .o IK'W il|i(>;i 111"- CaflioUc riif ••v .'iii-': ;ii ilni i-\t uiwting r(iniiiiln<''\' vi'i I..' .'IM.')!!!! j'll.in worl; mil liii- i; it>ii-!.t r.':!tiir. jirs .1. II I'fiMi )• .'iiKi (Iiitiulid r U'llnra, will r;'(iii'n fr<iii) Kaiisns CI:-.' toniorrow vh <i<* iliry li:iv<'' II.-IM •inMiiIlii;; ;i will MIHS l'i-> I" ';• • ! •!• •:• ''• I Only a r <-w <if III.- iii.-i(ili.-is :iii()i.! I f(' H iii.-'f'tof till- Hiipfisi Ai • Mprj-j otf ycsimijiy and so ii'illiii:*; il-liii itfl was iloiio i!i oniiTioction ujili liii- Fcries of ipas wliirli ;ln' I',.! .r' la sivo. -Mr.s ('. .f. I)ox>'"<'. nfi .i y-.i • llJiFlfS^ n:i lliis ni'c;is|i>:i, •';'.i!:iii..'.l Ihp Odiiipany ij :l "oriii:fl!v iiulil !:•.!• u" <''>•:• Miss \y-iU< M«-."')v. i.r K;m-.i>: Cry, is Miss n .'i-tja Sic!:;vV yiH -st (,\y a rtay--.. Miss SioUly and Miss Mt - Coy will Ko 111 LaHariif Saninlav t'lr - n hous*? |iait> '.vli!<-li \ti;-s Mvrtiv ^!;'.x• ron will siVI'. .t. jt, Tlio meeting nf tlic' K.-fmm.-.j .\i:ss imiary sncicty was )i.>stiioi\>Ml •,i-: r (lay itrfciu.'.i of llio • iii(l.'iii»«r.l v,.:i- tl) t>r. •J' •> * Tlir lioiiii of itiicrini- (iC 11, nr. lilians' Home i.s In ,<.-s-iiiii in i!..- <"ol|Tl hoi||-"<' J. si li.ilii Itii^ ;il'.r 'Z* Mr. aii(L.>ri -s-. .1. I> .\ri'<-(t v!'! i-i- t<>rJaMi u ,!-'riiiiii of IIMT.IIS at i-.ivi' (oiiighr. Mrs. n -.xl n .Mcriai,,. a ;M .1 I.-. ;^'rfi. C. S fnlbi-risDn. -rav.' a t!iilil- ren's pariy yi'sinrday to coifi....n.> •]•., Diamonds! A i^Mil time to hiiy lie /urt- llic prire ri.scs. ,\ fjom] plato to liiiy is SEWILL'S JEWELRY STORE ^ lu.j North Washington. Ciai;.. vvitll s •» .v <iri :':;i I (111 i.iriluiay of .\i;ss .Mari;ar<i M-Til" lin:>" folk wi'!-.' .luiiisi'ii •\i:al jir. fui!:' ijaiiK -s aiul .\Ii< IMMI a li\>' oV -l 'icI, liili< :i lilir. of llii' l)ail-lil' IS 1.1 ua-- i;a"v<'iilfiil y,>-i.•.-,!: , li.'' siiKill a!l<'iiil:.ni-" 'ii •.N. The atfaiis of lli<- par iiiii Kill); lU'C-.IIIS'' ol llii- ::i ,'nr :i. isli w .Ti- lo liavi- lii'iu lliv ii' iiiijriiriaiiif. Til. .M.lli. Illl.lV. iiai: ThereF "Where are yon •joir;.-/'" "Going nftfr a Siicl-- <«• if, PmUnt Pio-ir. M.- w ft- won't use anjMliir;; f-lse " 1Hwton9gj(g0 A Elv, Co. K. mofttnst Ami- ICliu'iitli l .i 'aj'ii'' of lii .". Si I i\r.<'li V, ill im'sciil llii- 1 Mr.' !uM .;v :ii!i loiiiRliI in l.iliiary .M-.i-.li Mau> (.Jiiarioiic. IC'ridia:; • .li'siali -v.'- W'lU-." l'..'iiU.li I'.ivl.r. i'aiio.ijiiiii*' "SfVi'M 'I TiM'S tiii«-" ?>1 irj Mil- (;aiHiu;lio\|v,.. "siiis 'i- .\la !i- Qiiarl.'il" ;..'iiiu' M.Mlli- Know 111.11. !(• a.liii:- • \\~;<.|i ill.. .\li.il: i. : t i.ai .. Ill '\'>:i" Kalif llonl. Ifi-.Mliai; "An ()i-,l(.|- i .ir a r .'rlnri ' /ui- .\.<-liiv.iii. .Mii-:i- • "I )i:!-ii. ii.l- in ill" Ucn -.li." .•( iloni.- <..r liraiha. ''liaianii.rf;: Mr .li-i i! :i;li I'iivi- i a ViiTMiia mar i Prof.'ssiir l'ail>s .M;s S'l-annali IMUc Slflla Hi\Ici' •.rail'-:!" W'il.-i.a. .Mary Wilson, nii'ff .; of I >:u. - . . . Tr -an l.o'.vil"vm;IK AU:." noil \\\ >t(ii-l,l I a iliiil-- 1 .... FiT.-:;.i':il-! >'i;sjr-.- r. ni' iiu: -Til- "l". ,1 \'in-'!i-" II. Ti II '^"M.in;; l.ailii -s. M^^ A 'ii-!.•• Ic'i . and ollir. i-' il;i. l.'.-o.ii" lia\.' ilii.i'liil ill., i -i -lii .•.^• .•ll' ••• ^ •• Si.Ill- ^ rl'ili's fir I III n," i:i!i (ici-iin-.-d yi-sti -r.!av Ai !!.>: I .iM's |iailoi> ill III" liiiililiMv Till' iiiiM~ion wa- , many of the ladlt-s who have been! join of town. The rooins wore pret- jtlly docorated w.tli hii^o boqiicts of . r.-(l Ki 'raiiliin.'s. tiiii.s making thi- i-liib.s • roiiir M-liciiii.. Till' proRram was (liriof. .\ tall; liy .Mrs. l.odR<'. (hf |ii<>siil ''ii:. and soiiip topics of K<'n-• jiral lulcr".-.! hciiiK th«' nioHt import-; ; «iit thhi ;;s. The dcli'sati's to th:^ sce-j jon.l (lis:r :<-i li'di-ratloii iiicotin!; in l-'t. ,.S<o:t ttcrc I'l. cti'd. .\Iiv. W. I). W .dfi 'i ai.il Mis. tt. I,. CarliiinUoiisi'. TIic' :<d!iirs iii"iiiiii .|-s !i .p li.st this yoar is ; Uii liloid. .\us. \V. Mruii'iliaii.ih, iMrs. A. I,. I ).|iiiis. Mrs. V.. Kii«;i;ii .\lr^. .\. ('.. Kppi'naiicr, Mrs. A r .iiil;. Mrs. II. II.. IJarlhiKlloiise . -Ms. . u. I... lliiKi". .Mrs. IMiinip. II .'U : dricUs. .Mis. II. I... llolnu 'S, .Mrs. O W .. lloiiiiis. .Mrs S. I., llortoii. .Mrs .1 , Kiiiip. .Mrs. .Mifi'. hoilRp. .Mrs. v.. Lyons. Mrs. W. M.. M.'l'al!. .M;.. .1 U'.. \l(K..|v.'v. .Mrs. I". S. .Vyl .-r. Mrs. W.. I'rtddocl;. .Mis:' .\ii;iai.i-l. I'l.illijis. .Mrs. K. N.. Siliip- -.1!, .••lis. .\(.||ii-. .^tod.lard. .Mrs. .M Wishanl. .Mrs. I.. II.. Wliitniaii .\'r.-.. .1. 1) .\s ...o<;a'<' iiK.iiih .-'rs. Arm II Tir.;. .Mrs. II. .\.. Doxsoi.. Mis;. l..-.il;i<-•. Sr.11. .\lrs. C I-'.. Wolf... .Mi's. \V. I) .Mis: |.;.a \ 1 iiisl lOli;; fjaV.' S 'Vi'ia'. •i./S (l .ir lit; 111" s .ss on \ <.sl. i d;..y. Til" I 'lirsiiaii .Aid society iiii-t in I hi' iiarliMs y.'slcr.lay from two iiiilil f. nr O'CIIHU. Tli" Mils r.-lanvi' i-.i till' irmiK-r si'rv.'il on .Monday. .S.'pi :;ii Will, st 'itli'd. f •> * Til" piot;raiii for ll .i- ll.iiKii.st .M.'.! al (^iiitc.-l at l.ii' iCas; lida (-.iiiu'li llii- ' .. niiii.' ai:-.tii;'.il ii 11;.' luilmviii. OIII.T: < I:T 1 H St ra, "ii .a IC"\. Ilail.iu'ss 1 liii.;i .\!..s .Maiidi' li:.-l.l .vlu.,i. In'. S.ti'i' Mi-: 1 i • •Ii- in Mr-. I i III a I . a I aiiii lii'CaiiS" of 111.' iir.sciii' • of 1...,: ! , • 1 111' S "i-...i .ii ill :>. .owinill." •i "ii-.' Ill IS fllillr i,il""' • Iiu- ool .li.al I'ai -.id.'.'" I'iaiio Sivu . .Mrs. Taylor. •• 111" .S|i rit of l 'ro'.:ri'Ss.'" \i.i 'al S.ilo .Miss Wib.iii. "I liri-iliaii I'atriotisni." "Till- 1; ai 'on's -Matcli." I'aiiloiiiiiiii- -••.Saiidolpliiiii." i -"i .iia -A'ood. .Music Uii-licslra. I'r (.s (>niatioii of .Mi'i'als. Ti 'iiijU 'raiU'.' DoMiIouy. •:• •:• Til.' f -I.Tatiil (lulls of lola I av" r." civ.d wiird iluil .Mrs. W. I). SU 'Vi'iis |.;.si(|"tll of 111" soi'oiid distrlri fed • ...lii .ii i:: lionii' from lii'r trip lo .la pan and oi .i -r conn!r'l-s of tin' Ori .ii: Tii.'i.. i'.as .•^oiiii- sp.'ciilatioii Viiiin 1 1, . a!ai :is lo wliu woii)d iircsid.' al 'w s. s.siuii.^ ill I'"!. Scott lint .Mrs .S;.\.-^'S M 'liun lioiiii- will ..nil iln- di- iils>,i.li a: •^li" will of i-.iiirs" li - (III-.'111. •I- * 1)11.' id ill" iiiosi pl.'asaiii iiifiraial M'li'l .laiiis .if till- lall Was ;;iv<ii lir Our llisphiy of Bracelets. Rings. Chains. Fobs. Necl( Cliains. and Brooches Is worth your wliil»> lo s.-c. New ill si ){iiK. modi" t iir|p(»s. Wf will ial»c (ili-aMii" III .•hiiwlii;'. Ili .'iii til ; on. IVIcHEiL BROTHERS. THE JeWCLERS. SIMPSON WOXT "SIT." Allowed (rook <M ».I«H -toil to IIHWIIJ? Picture Token., •.ho cdii.icreKatioii of Iho Christian ••hiirili a.<; a comprmiciil to llfv. and Mrs. I-;. .N. Phillips who w.->ri» former.'. in char},''' of tlif pasioralc The I'oiiipaiiy w.'is received liy a j;ioiip ol ineniliiis and close friends of the •quests of li.nior an.I eiitertaiiied in •lie iiailors and study of iho clinrcli. The piilpi: was haul; 'd w th paliir. •nd oilier K '''<'ni 'ry intersperse i ivitli lo'.veis. Ill ill" slndy .Mrs. .laiiie?- Iiicliar.isoii. .Mrs. Peck and .\lrs lios ..^i .:ved the };iiesis and l!;er.' were wii s| ('lies. .Mr. Snyder, a in.'iii .er of ihe clinrcli board on l.ehalf if 111.' clinrch eviires-sed appr'ciai ioi. f l'..'\. Philliirs work diirint; lil- • •ar as jiasmr .^Ild Itev. Phillips r. :• :oiiiti d ill lii> il.siial coidi.cl vva.v. .Mi'-. 'Iiilliiis was '4iviii an "l"^'ant j'.olil '.rum li ill ;Iie sl |-.qii' uf all eiulil. in of lie f \";' H .M as a soiivenir of l!;.- •".viiini; and Hi -. !'lii!li',.s was ;.'i\iii I watch toll. .Mr. and .Mrs. Phillips erne fur ('.'ilifui-nia nevt 1^ ^. .Mr: (.'. •(• T;,!l„.rl uiil .'ni.-riai:. .1 dinii.r ii.iil-.hl fi.r .Mrs. V. .N I'lul lip:-. -> Til" V sdci.'ty will {^ive a soci.il on ieM Tiiesd.iV a! the lioiiie of t'olnii"! •nd .Mr-;. .1. I!. .Atchison on South Vas): .i.u-i in av 'iiiie. •!• •!• Mrs Keis ate! Mrs. .Arindd ar-' ;iies:s of Ihe Cas City W. C. T. V. oday diuiiiH an op.'ii nieelini;. The onicers ar.- inclined to believe that In .M. SiiU|)Hon. the pk-kiiocket who was (;aiiL';ht here cirrus day. while ! In the net of sohi-i ihrongli the pockets of .Mr. Kiissell. a farmer living smith of (Jas City, they have foiiiul a < r I! k. Sev< ral ihinKs Inilicale tint he 1 as not hern entirely straight. II.' se'II s lo have a tiii.nrutory spirit. j \V!li"n first canKhi about six o"i'lock I ill the eveiilliti; li'.s home was In I'ar si.ns. ilie iii'.vi iiiiiiniirj; it was in N'l'w- ,lon. and th" next dav it was in ">.'ew j Orleans. In addilioti to Ih's Simpson does 'not want his picture taU?ii. Now most peo|iIe rather like tohave a plr- Jofiraph of iheniselves to distribiil.' aniong their friends. Rimp.soii fom^ht like a <|ernoii when the plioto.tiraplier I tempted to Ink.' hiv pielnre yest.'i day afternoon ai the jail free N ' chai'^e. WlitMi Siniiison saw t)if> cam i-ra lie fairly raped. Fie fonphi .laiUv hoover Kerr and Coiiniv Attorney ie.irseii to a stand still Persuasion and roa\!ii;' w.-re resorted to in an" effor. to i-'ei l:iiii •(> fold Irs hamls over his boroin and sit ipih llv ia f 1(1111 of ill'' caniera while the pliotog- r-ii'hi'j' iiiishi'd the button, bill to no .'Mail. II" w.iiild iiol "sif and it wa.- L'lven Siinpsim evidently has re .i sons of his own for not wrmi'n^ his picture takea. The odic -rs. lK.we\-er. will ;;el a fl:ish lii-'hl p:ctnre at ni^ht when .STiiipsdii is ill ITs cell. .Al least a hiiii'lied p'^ople were attracted t-i Ihe jail yes:erila.\ le Simpsoirs liowl- iiit;M when h.- war; ritthlint; lli.' mlii ers. • m expecl week. II: j roniil> Aitorney I 'et.'i .-nti is li.iv- iii:; bis iiiitnre taken al the sii^:!;.'S. I'on of the Pinkerl -iii deii-cllve who is woikiu; al .Moral! on lli.' Sapp case III" s.iid that Simpson iuii;hi lie wani- •il some place for mole serious criiiier- aiul iliHt if his picture is obtained h l :'i;ilit he i .leiillfi .'il by olficrs ..'..-r I he coiiiilry. • }•< GRABB SAYS: We have long had a reputation in ibis locality of filling pret('ription.s with the highest quality goods that could lie secured, and in filling them in a •way which ntet with the approval o( the entire medical profession. The .same carelul work will be coiitiuued in the fflr ture. The same high quality goods will he used that have licen used in the pa.st. We .solicit yonr patronage W. L. Crabb, Ta/ophonB ^76 PposaHptlon OfuggM w. ir. AM>Enso\, Attomey-at-Law. Notary and Stenograplier In Onice. rbotm 4G5. FI. A. Ewli>g, g. A. Card, O. R. Oard • EWlKG, GARD & GAED, ' Lawyers. ^ Practice lu all CoBTtS. ^ 9% W. Madison: FhoM 2S9. » Civ. -• disiilay of .\iltiliiili .MilliieTV al reinarkiible low prices, liicbard- soti 's. H\.\.Vl':i{ Camp l^JM U. .N. A. beb; lasi 1 viiiiiii' 'e li-l.Iilar M-.-sioii ia-.i •\.-iiiii. .| I 'Wi 'lily of 111" lllellll-ers will :;o l.l' ••Jiii'kii II. 'M Priilay ninlit to b":ii -irj -111:,' - a in w lo-Ii;" ;ini| in-tall t ; ' of-I I.e.-l. \ iir,^ i.| N.-.1. \V:ii;:; i:i vhii-li noiliin:; lackin.:,' n. make ii com j ib'le. Iticliardsim's REMEMBER! In looking for liij'h grade .lewei- ry. Cm Class, or 1 l:iiid 'Painted CIiinawar(>. .>;ee J.W. COFFEY & SON Dxehisive .lewi-lcrs. V.usi Sid**. • ? I • i hi i I 'll m FMSHMAN'S Fasbionable Apparel for^Women, Misses and Girls Coats, Suits, Skirts in the lal e 5t models made of the newest materials. Every wish of every taste can be satisfied at prices that outdistance competition. V/e want you to inspect this extensive display —see what others are showing, compare style, quality and price and you will buy here. A Special Purchase of New Black Coats for Women Wrt have arrattpe;! for t<Mn)rrow and Monflay a most iiUercsting sale of new coats, llie Inl'hit .'•tyle.s fci ull .ind winter wear. They are made of tht> fiool hroadclotli and Vif^ht \\>.\y^].\. ' Ki .Tsey .s in a ^';reat inatiy diiTirctit <i'!a!itie.s. The sale prices r.oiginpj as follows: $5.00, $7.50. $10.00. $12.50, $15.00, $18.50 and $19.75 This Coat for $10.00 And. lis one oJ' llie jirctliost new frtll style?, the new full siceve-* an i full Ibre i f • the .••kirt Its a b au'y, liicu throughout •aith grey or black satm, ' 0 inches hiDjv, . f • fine wo ••! broiocloth, .<;iik braid triinined. Special fur .tomorrou- SlO.OO Women's aud M -^HHS ' lonir co-t-- in : great variety rf .styles at $5,00. S6,95 3"'^ j $7i50» p :^i >»tivcly tlic bJ^l values ever .sliow u Coats in the Season's Novelties in. Caracul and Broadtii', prices rancing from ..:< $15.00 to $40.00 A great assorttu^nt of children's coats in Astrakhan, Broadtail and Bearskin, at $2.50. $2.95, $3.50, $4.95 New Panama Walking Skirts, Special $5.00 Tile (piality of the Panama i 'j cxcep- ti >ua'. to find anywhere near ^o.OO and the slyk- IS the verj' late?1. New Voile Skirts At $6.50. $8.95, $10.00, SI2.50 200 Pairs of Blankets , Wortlj *1 .<I0 for 69C a pair. A remarkable blanket oflcring, 200 pairs of excellent quality, tan, grey and white blankets th'.; fall lU-l size, worth $1.00 a pair, while they last, per pair .69C Heatherbloom Petticoats I'li.OO value $1.98. For Saturday only ')0 Heatherbloom petticoats in b'ack, nav}-, brown and grey shades, full du^t ruffles, woftli $;5.00, special for Saturd ly only $(,98 Special Chiffon Broadcloth. ') 1 in< hes wide. The $1 50 quality, a yard .... 98c Saturday aud Monday only • • • • DB. McMILLKX, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases ot Children. Telephones: OtIIce S2. lies. 232. Otfice In Mrs. Turner's BIdg., West Madison. 1* • i • Phone 687. Res. 701. .UK. 0. L. COX, Eye, Ear, .Nose aud Throat. Spectacles Properly Kitted. Office A. O. i;. W. lildg. Phone 554. Tola, Kans. • l»It. EDITH S. HAIGH. • Office and Residence over Bur- • rell's Drug Store. • Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m., 2 • to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 evenlnga. • Sundays by Appointment. • • • • F. n. MAETEf, Practice LJinlted to Surgery. *'* IG N. Buckeye. " Phone 576. • • • • • • • Office Phone 1083. I)U. IC. O. CIIKISTI.l.V. Pbysli'lan mid .Surgeon. Rooms 7 and 8. • i • •I* •I* Evans Bldg. • i • .................... DH. ^y. B. HEYLMUN. Pbyslclafi & SnrKeon. * Office N. E. Corner of Square. • Over K. C. Plumbing Co.'s Store. • Res. Tel 38. Office Te.l. 502. • Phone II:;::. Fuller Bldfr. * DK. r,i.\ss, KpC 'cmliNt. • Eye. Ear. .\OKII and Throat. • Classes Kiirnished. * i • Beautiful line of new fall suitings at greatly reduced prices, |5c, 25C> 35c, 50C, 69c and $1,00 yard. Rea. Tel. ISS. Office Tel. l^'i. DK. J. R. PEPPER. Dentist. Is permanently located over E. C. McClaln's Clothing Store, and Is prepared to do all kinds or iip-io-date dental work. ' Evening work by appointment. DR. h. TOZER, lolft luflniiary, 202 E. .Tack80ii« We use X-Ray. Violet Rays, Static. Galvanic and Faradia Electricity with vibratory stimulation in nervous and chronic disease:;. Phona 386. ; I P. I^. Lathrop, Mrs. Bessie G. Lathrop. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. Special attention given to Dls- eas^es of Women and Children. Over P.'a.st Side Hardware. Ollice 'Phone. .Main 4G8. CURES • CHRONIC ULCERS Clironi'c Ulcers are the result of a deeply polluted and foul blood supply. The blood is filled with impurities and genus which are being constantly fed into the place through the circulation, until all the surroanding flesh l.icoiuf.s di.sea.sed and the .sore an obstinate and permanent trouble. Ivvery symptom of an old ulcer suggests pollution; the discharge, the red, anjrry looking flesh, the inllammation and discoloration of surrounding parts, all show that the ulcer is prevented from healing by the constant drainage through it of impurities from the blood. This impure condition of the blood may be hereditary, or it «»ay be the remains of some constitutional disease, or ihe effects of a long spell of sickness, leaving disease genus in the system, or the absorption of the refuse of the body which has not been properly e.xpclied through the natural channels. But whaiever the cause, the bloqd is .so weakened and poUultd that it does not properly nourish and stimulate the place, and the sort cannot heal. Salves, plasters, lotions, etc., keepjthe sore or ulcer clean, relieve pain, and perhaps reduce inflammation, but can never permanently lieal them because they do not reach the blood. S. S. S. goes down to the vt-ry fountain-head of the trouble, drives out all poisons and germs, builds up the weak, sluggish blood, gives energy and strength to the .system, and by sending a fre.sh. healthy stream of blood to the diseased parts, allows the ulcer tq heal naturally and permanently. Nothing reaches inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the circulation of every trace of hereditary d-sease or impurity, and those whohave nursed and treated an old .sore for yi;ir.s will experience good results as soon as the system becomen in)lctnc:.:il nv S. S. S. Book on Sores and tflcers and medical advice free t* all who write. ___T^_SWIFT SPECIFICCO.. ATLASTA. GA. Evans Bros. OI$m. attMk-hm^m mtM/atm»m. MvhmmttimmmUmm 4raMrae« Svjifff/aa, rjrpcwrlfar tap »W »a, Otfimm MummUmm. Where quality la main consideration, we buy the best. Where demaitds will Justify, we carry all grades and prices. Wm SoUaK ttttu^ Tr COUTH •IOK ;t «UM» WM, • I POLAR BEAR FLOUR0 Has Stood the Test Because its the Best Accefit No Other Wffl. Obetdotf, Agt. Ipla fiflsioess College Penmanahip. Arithmetic; Biocatlon, Bookkeeping, jEnsiisb. 'Pbysieikl- Cul- tnre/ etc... Sbostband.. Letter -^rlting.;

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