Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 30, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, November 30, 1907
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MELTEf FBONK, Itat Cashier. y20O,OOO ! FJor Mitt W4lMn. •Vr. and Mrs. C. K. SU'lil)lns. ins Son.ll Thlnl strt 'i 'l, KIIVI' U VCTV II1,>I\S- nut iiurty liisi <'V<>iiliig In ooiniiliiiu'iit 1(1 tliolr iiliro. Miss Hazol Wilson 'I 'iu KUfsts wcri' stTvud with a. very li''i>.ty liinch;-»iii. after a merry lioiiV wit 1 gainP!=. Th()s«> who attcndcil vo <« Mlsscv Hyzpl Wilson, ("Iwno StoDblns. Ki'ss U'hnrtou. I>)ra V'.n- me rDhlsy S-iiz. Noriiiu it<'ssl»'r. I.lz zle Rpsslnr. l.enora WJlsoii. CIclla Waiiioh. Mrs. rcila Rtchanis. of Kansas Cltv. Miss Clara RIc-llanIs, Mrs. I.. S. Wlson. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1.. Wilson. Mr. .McICfiiiia and .Mr. KUKIMH' Goifs. W. R. C. Inspection. ( ne of the most important day.s ii tlio calendar of the W'omanH Rellt^ (^oipsfor the season was the occaslor, for the annual inspection of th.> Corp:- wh ch occurred, yesterday. Jfrs. Belli C. Harris, of Emiwi-ia, a natlona' senior aid. hail the ceromonies: it. chsrge and a larpe number of th^ Cojpsiniembor.s wer? pres'ei:|t to creel hoi. M noon :hei-e wks an olaboratr dm ieij served In the G. A. R. hall with the Itjdies of the Lyric Quartette wh ch appeared in oonc?rt last ni.cht one members of the visiting delatioi fron Chanufe as ffiiests of honor Billing the afternoon Mrs. Harris and Mm. Emma Ellis, of Garnett. depart irent chaplain, gave short addresses anc • mernber.s of the hostass Corp: contributed tol the projrram. Th' -guest list is at; follows: Mrs. M. .1 Call, of Broolflyn, Iowa. .Mr.s. S. E Vat ghn. of Mcjran. Mrs. Emma Ellis ol"garnett. Miss Amy Moore, of Cha- rtutp. ahd Mesdames ^ Joyce, ^^oore ^Nicely, Hawkins, Roberson, Jackson and Kemiiierling, of Chanuta. j(. A Special Rehearsal. The I^ies Music tlub will meet nexjt Monday afternoon at the home of Airs. >ralcolm Hughes, to prepare muii<i for the Christmas time. :^IIs!' Alldc. Hendricks who is to direct the cho'US Has a list of trios, duetts and' ouartettfi for the holiday season am^ these will he rehearsed next weeV. * * + Current Event Club. T|io program for the Current Ev.'iit club mei^tlnp on Monday afternoon 1.- ns Mlows: Roll Call—Qnot .1t ions from Poor Rich ard. "^^wri^TllSI The Centennial Exposition—Mrs. MB ;Bon. :]^'^'^''9!Vg History of Exposition Jfovement— •'Mrs. Scott. Pen,iisylvania Iron Works—Mr.s. Eyler Curj-ont Events—Leader. Mrs. Lyons * + • Evening Card- Party. T>r. and Mrs. S.. Coffman were at ijome with Mr. and Jtrs. C. C erman last eviening to members of thei Friday E:uchre club and their husbands. The evening was featured by the delightfuJ hour with progress Ive euchre. At a late hour the hos tessies had the assistance of Miss EHz abeth. GnuU and.Miss Joy' Hershber- Si' 1 JJ..- % "Where ate you going?" •f Oping ajter a sack of !/• R,1flBiwtr Floor. My wife potj't tise anything else-.." ivrfM BMi^* tkBvm Oo. Ker in serviiiK. TUo menu daln tlly serv <Hl In courses, the Ttiai(k8Klv lug Idea prevulling in the d?cpratltuis .Vlioul fortv guests were present. •:• . Art Club Meeting. .The Art oluU held a short" bUHi noss session yesterday afternoon In the Y. .M. C. A. parlors. .MiW- .Mary ChanihiTlaiti, of Huinbotdt. lirealdcnf of iJie club, was present, aiid gave some very helpful suggestions as to the placing of articles during tjie art exhibit which is to occur neit week Deeember sixth and sev.?nlh; There was no iirograra and the .tfti^rnooi was spent informally after (he' bus! less hour. j • "5« Six O'clocJt Dinner Party'. Miss Florence Bedel! ami ' M^ss Irace Bedell who are home from ..iwrence for a few iaya. «intertain Hi at dinner last evening to Int.'oduce Miss .Maude Gans. a K. l". student The table was jirettiy arraligi^d for •ight. the guests being >ri^ Cano, Miss Ethel Bennett. Miss U^nA Cul 'erison. Miss Helen Smith. Mh^s Lulu "lulbertson and Miss Lucy Wilson. ••• >«• * Postponed Meeting. Tlie \Vo!uan's Christian T.->iup^ranc; irnion dill n<it I:ave the fortnightly vrograni yasterday because ,of the Thanksgiving festivities. Tl^ere will be an afternoon meeting next' week. * * * Entertain Violet Club: Mrs. S. E. Vauchn is giving a party l;is afternoon for ladles of tlje-Violet club. * * • Attended Weddinq. Mrs. Roy Grlswold Is In ^Cfianute where she went to be present at the iiarriage of Miss Tinia Stewart to Mr. .loseph Thornburg. The wedd^nf wa.s solemnized on Wednesdjiy even Ing. the Rev. I. B. PiiHiam- afflclat 'ng. The home of the b:ide's;parent.s .Mrs. .1. L. Stewart was pleasantly fil'ed wiih guests, who expressed •heir ?ood wishes by a niimbtir of ele ?ant gifts. Jlr. and Mrs. Tlmmbiir?.' are lit home- to friends at COG S<nitr "entral Avenue. Chanute. * + * To Elect Officers. The Eastern Star Unlpe will; havi Ji;> iinnual election of officers «n Moii lay evening ^urlng the meeting of thr •j.-dor. It hoped that a large niim her of members will attend. * •:• 'f Give Pie Social. ' One of the informal events to-occiu lexi week under the auspices of- loca o.lges is a pie socitil. Jfembers of R. X. .\. oC 'i. will eiijlertaln <m S:itur day. December savenfh. in thriir lodge rooms, and for refreshments 'there will be a varietv of'i)'e. The pastry will be served by a bevy of youn? ladies. * f 1 To Rehearse Cantata. Afrs. M. Hilles desires to liiivt al' pupils of the Methodist church' whr are to t.ike part inj the Christ ma' cantata to meet in tl^e church' at hall past two tomorrow^ ajfternoon. ' <• • •> For Miss Stiner. X p.irfy of young i)eople will enjoy a dinner party i\m evening and go to LaHarpe for an hour at the skating rink. * • Party at Farm. Miss Bessie Meisbenh.=imer. , whfi lives a few miles north of the city was the charming hostess of a party of girl friends at a picnic yesterday ' • (iav wa-! spent in out Of door frolics and at noon a dinner wa.^ cooked in camp style. Those who en ieyed the party were Jaunita ^ale. Now Is the Time Before the Christmas begins, you not only get ^the tJHOrCE of our beaatilul Holidav Oflerings ii SUvertware, Art China, Cut; G 1 AH «, Jewelry. Gold Goods, etc., but you also AVOID THE CROWDS of hurried shoppers and the annoying /eatnr 6 ihalt attend li-isty selections. Buy your CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW! . Send for our So Jiage Illustrated catalogue free. Vtk\f\b, fliftte'rf MiJI ~M. K. A. T. Watch-Iwi ^Metore. ,j It has always been our aim to have a store and a iBtock of jewelry so that when the people of lolaj want Ithe best up-to-date goods they will find them at our store. We have bought very extensively this year for ronr Clirislmas trade, and we feel sure you will find iwhat you are loikiug for at our store. aiVeUSMOALL, J. W. Coffey & Son, TOUK JEWELEBS. E.VST SIDK SQIAKF .\'anule Schooley, May Brigham, Krar.. ce.s Munson. Gladys Brumbaugh, Laura Cooper. Ora Spurrier. Bessie Gray. Hazel Wllnioth, Lula Craft, and l^essie .Meisenhelmer. + * • Personals. Mrs. W. .1. -A. Schoppp and son have returned from flraton, S. U. where they spent the summer. -Mi-s. Schoppe was accompanied by her par :ntR. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wfndell, who will visit here for a short time. Mi-s. Carrie Bird <-iiie;-talneil Miss Mary Chamberlain, lu" Humboldt, yesterday. Miss Anna ^YanceF, of Colony, wa.s among the cut of town ladles who at 'ended a meeting of the Art club yesterday. .Mrs. .1. Wliit.''. of Fresco, la.,' h.i.s come to spend tiio winter months with her brother. .T. L. Brown. 3i>."> North Wnshlngton Avenue. . Mrs. T. li. VanBuskirk and sister. MI.S8 Flora Miller, of Rich Hill. Mo., 'eft today for a few days with Garnett relatives. Fred Aspinall has relumed to rence after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Aspinall. 50ss Mae Dennis, who is teaching chool in one of the rural districts his yaar. is here for a visit with her arents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Dennis. Miw Pearl \\Tieatlcy is spending the Thanksgiving vacation With Miss Gertrude Sallee. Mrs. C. .J. Doxsee Is home from a :hort visit with Miss Beatrice Dox•e.^ who is a pupil In St. Luke's ^chcoI for nurses. M'ss Cora Klein. Vho Is a student ->( WTashburn this year, spending a ••ei k wiih her iiarents. Mr. and .Mrs °aul Klein. ' Mr. and Airs. R. B. Stevenson are 11 Wichita for a week. Mrs Herman Tholen has gone to \\'>icbita to see Mis:? Helene Tholen •vho is attending Mount Camiel nead- •mv. Mrs. Ray West and daughter are guests of Ottawa relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Adams, of fhanute were gne =fF of Mr. and Mrs <~'t. W. Adams on Thursday. SILVER TOILET SETS in fJterliim and (|uadru|)le plate. .\ la-stiug and mo .-;t useful pie- sent for the ladies. .Military Brushes and Two Piece Comb and Brush Sets for the gentlemen. They are in beautiful designs and at prices that will surprise yon by their McNEIL BR01HERS, TMCJewasjRS. I ir. B. fharch. Sabbath school at Si-iS a. ni. Praacblug at 11 a. m. Subject, "The Slayer Slain." Jr. V. P. C. U. at 2:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. ni. Subject, "Reasons for Gratitude." A cordail invitation and a. heart welcoiue la given to all. O. G. MISAMORE. St. Timothj'N EpiMCopal Thnrch. There will he service and nermon tomorrow, the firBt Sunday in advent, at 11 a. m. The Hubjert of sermon. "The Clirlallau Year." • Sunday school at y:-l5 a. m. h All are Invited. REV. .1. 1). KRl'.M, 1) I>. Presbyterian. First Church: Rev. S. S. Hllscher, the pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. SiihJiTt. "Thf S'ew Muredonlan Phulytix." and at 7::!ti p im. subjwl, •Jesus Among Sick Folks." Ph.VKlc- 1 .1MB and others Interested in healiOK the sick are esjiecially Invited. At !t:4.') the second lecture will bv given to the "A'truistic club" in th;* church study, subject. ".\ Cosnilcal View of the .-Vges." All .voiing men are invlt- eil. Sabbath school at a. m Christian Endeavor at «::!<> p. m. Little Builders" Chapel: The Boys' Sabbath school at 2 p. m. The Regular i^ahbalh school at :: p. m. The Chora) Guilders' m.'eting at 7::!fl p. m. Mrs. [-:. N. .Jones. Siipt. Basseti Chapel: Sabbath school at " p. m. Evangelistic meetings wHl t)e held everv evening ne.xt wi 'ck. Wm. Davis. Supt. Revival Meetinns at the Bassett Presbyterian Chapel. Beginning Monday evening of next .veek Rev. S. S. Hiischer will hold a sf-rie.s of special meetings at the Ba.s- selt chapel. Everybody is invited to 'hese meetin.cs. ROBBED A BANK Riililiers Secured $4,000 From VnnK of New FrankUu Bank. FINISH CONTRACTS HERE. American Concrete Company Has Put in Cement Crossing. Hershel Myers, of the American Concrete company today finished up the last of their contract In this city. They were given a contract by the ity some time aso to put in thirty-six Mocks of cement curbing. All this v.-ork has been completed and accept- 'd with the exception of the work on -oiith Walnut street. Sedalia. Mo.. Nov. :>.0. — A telephone message from .New Franklin, Howard ojunty. forty miles from Sedalia, say.= that roljbers last night dynamited the safe of the .\ew Franklin bank, ran sacked the vaults and escaped wiiS four thiiiisaiid dollars in roin and cur rency. The robbery was not discovered until this morning. Bales of hay and sacks of grain from a ne:irby mill had been broiiglit Into the bank by •he robbers and iiiled up against the vuiill doors to de:iden the sound of thi i '\)ilosioti. There is no clue to the roblters. JAI'S UKT ( AHKYINU TIIAIJK. Mouu|ioll(e Chinese Ocean TniiTIr From .Shanghai to IlonR; Kon^r. S;in Kranelsro. Nov. "0. —That .Ta- nan is not only planning to outdistance the I'nited Slates in the struggle for the commerce of the Pacific liut has already driven the steamship lines of every other nation out of the Chinese trade, is the statement of Har ry I. Paddock. United States consul at .Vmoy. China, who arrived yesterday on the Korea on his way to Washington. "The .Japanese have captured the "ntire ocean carrying trade of China from I long Kong to Shanghai," he -iaid. "The BritL'^h lines, which some .-ears ago monopolized this business, ire doing nothing. The same is true )f the German lines." AN ELEVATOR FELL. r'wenty Persons Were in Car.—Fell Twenty Stories. Chicago, NOV. 30.—Eight persons were killed today when a passenger ?levator in the builduig occupied b> the Edenheinier, Steins & Co.. clothiers, on Jackson Boulevard, fell ten stories. Twenty persons, a majority of whom were women, are said to have been in the elevator when it fell .STONT POINT. Most of the farmers are done gath- ring corn. AV. W. Kaney ha.i given up all the lenses he had In this territory. Charlie Stitt and Clark Speaker are tmong the'lucky ones to bnrn gas this winter. They connected to the well hai the McLaughlins drilled on the 5tltt place. The gas pipe that was ordered for Jeorge. William and Emery Brough- ou and S. I). Brandeirtmrg has come iiid they have It all strung out and vlll commence putting It together the isi of this week. .\s soon as they can ;et their homes plumbed they will turn gas. Mrs, Lu Efflln and Mrs. Orl)eson of 'ironson were the guestis of .Mr. and •Irs. Wallace Hall Friday. .Mrs. McFarland and children and Mrs. Wm. Mattocks spent Saturday vlth the family of Jim Mittock on Big Creek. S. D. Brandfnburg and w^Ife visited dm Jbnes and family Sunday. Arthur Hamilton and family of Rroneon. Albert Holeman. also from Bronson. Ed Hollingsworth and wife ind Jlrs. Hollln-^worth's father and \lbert Harris and mother took dinner Thanksgiving at George Broaghton's. Farmers are very prosperous now. feeding fifty-cent corn to three-cent hogs. Jessie Flake, of Kincaid. and F.d. Sh&rpsbear and family took dinner Tbankagiving at Wallace Hall 's. JL Most Valuable Agent. The glycerine employed in Dr. Pierce's medicines greatly enhances the medicinal properties which it extracts from native medicinal roots and holds in solution much better than alcohol wonld. It aha possesses medicinal properties of its own, being a valuable demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and antlfcrment. It adds greatly to the eflBcacy of the Black Cherry- bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root. Stone root and Queen's root, contained In "Golden Medical Discovery " in subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial, throat and lung affections, for all of which these agents oro recommended by standard medical authorities. In all cases where there la a wasting away of flesh, of appetite, with weak stomaiA, as la the early stages of con- sumtWpn, there con be no doubt that glycerine /acts as a valuable natritlva and ildcn Seal root. Stone root, t and Black Cherrybark lo IgestioD and building up tb« ngth, controlling the cougb , about a hcaUhz condition i system. Of confse. It must led to work miracles. It will isumptton except In its earlier gflgujWb The Kefi>rmed rhnrrb. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sermon. "Heaven." No evening service. The pastor will hold Communion service at Petrolla in the evening. Sunday school at D:43 a. m. .•\ cordial invitation and a hearty •A 'elcome. LOUIS C. HARNISH, Pastor. Lanyon Center. Sunday school at :*. p. m. JESSIE M. VONSTEIX, Resident Worker. rrlnlty (Ka^it lola ).Vethadl*>t rhnrcli. All the services will be held at the usual hours. Preaching by the pastor morning md evening. Wv cordially Invite all to as.-tist the iitdics with their bazaar and rmn- iiage sale lo be held in the Masonic lall December C and 7. Mrs. Crumley will be glad to receive any donations luring the week. ^j.^tj The fourth illustrated lecture "In he Land of the Incas." will be given in Trinity church on Tuesday evening. December 3rd. • n'l A. M. IIAUKNESS. Pastor. • • {• • W. H. ANDEB80N, • : •• 1 • Attoraer«at-Law. * 1 • • NoUry and Stenograpber In • omce. • i • • Phone 46S. *! * • • • EWDiG, OARD * GABO, Lawyen. Practice in all CtmttM, Madison. PhOM tS9. DB. McMILIiEN, * Special attention given to the • * traatnent ot all Chronic Diseas- * * •• and Diseases of Children. * • Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. • • OfBce In Mrs. Tnrner'a BIdg., • • West Madison. • • » t • • • * Phone 687. • Res, TOL • • .DB. 0. L. COX, • Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. • Spactaclea Properly Fitted. • Office A. O. D. W. SIdg. Phone: C54. Tola. Kani. * DB. EDITH S. HAIGH. • Office and Residence over Bur- * rell's Drug Store. • Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m.. I • to 4 p. m.. 7 to- 8 evenings. * Sundays by Appolntmant * :i F. H. MABTOr, • Practice Limited to Sargecy. * 16 N. Buckeye. Phone 578. • • • • • • • • Office Phone 1083. -i' DB. B. 0. COBISTIAN. •! • PhyslelaB and Sargeon. • • Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bidg. * 4 •••••••• • • • • • • • • • • DR. W. B. HEILMUir. " Phyglclac: A Sargeea. * Office N. E. Comer ot Square. • Over KiC. Plumbing Co.'fl Store. * Res. tel 38. Office TeL 502. * • • • • • R H I . Tel. 198. Office Tel. 163. • • DB. J. B. PEPPER. • DeuUst. • • Is permanently located over • • E. C. McCIoln'a Clothing Store, • • and Is prepared to do all kinds * • of up-to-date dental work. • • Evening work by appointment • P. L. Lathrop, • MrBr Bessie G. Lathrop. • OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAK8. • Special'aUention given to Die- * eases of Women and Children. * Over East Side Hardware. • Office 'Phone, l^aln 468. • The Christian Chnrch. .Mr. Kitchen will continue his revival sermons. His theme in the morning will be "The World'." Greatest Memorial." In the evening it will be -The Imi)erative Word of God." .All other services of the day as usual. Qui proi flesh a and bi of the not bee not - **frh1lnihei?i hanron cough*, or those of longstanding; even when accompanied by bhseding from lungs, that It has performed iu mo<t manrclous cure*. Prof Fjnley Kllininvood. M. D., of Bennett Med. College, Chicago, rsays of gly- cerlnef "TndxipcpsialtaeiTManexcellcntpiirpan. bj^irajKn ia jntttta. It fe (ilitt or die best panutsMBrjajfWjWsdl** IBMM time in tarrbU ff>.«tHtfs (catMttettjBtematkn of. rtu«n«dM.. U mo»t cfidieiit prfwratka. GiTccrtoe »UI Kliere manj-cuesof nrMsIa ^nfaam) and excecilTe nstrte- (rtoaucU •Go&n Medical _ purlBea the'blood enrloa btolelie^ piBipies. Medical DtMOTcrr * enriches and e biood enrloa btolelie^ pii ^i ^tk^ 8cn >f«k)tt* swelUncs and ol^ Bend Dr. R V. Ptetci'. of BuffSta. S. tor free tiooUct tolllnc all about Use nsUra mcdIolBal roots ansposlnf ttaia woodartU DMiUetaa. XlMteia.iioalooU>llalt. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday school at Hi a. m. Church .service at 11 a. m. Subject. "God, the only Cause an<i Creator." Testimonial meeting Wiednesday .S p. m. Services held in C. S. hall at 110 E. lackson. The hall Is used as a read- ng room from 2 to 4 p. m. each week, day. Public is invited. MRS. EM.MA E. ADAMS. First Reader. First Methodist Church. Sunday school at 9:45. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. At the morning preaching hour the pastor, J. M. Mason, will deliver, the sermon for the "Jr. O. IT. A. M." This •s a yearly custom of this order to at tend in a body some divine service. The discourse will be based upon the r-rinciples of the order and they are of a patriotic nature. Everybody Is welcome. The evening service will be evangelistic In Its nature with a sermon by the pastor^ Special and congregational singing are features of this service. \11 of these services are for the public, and we Invite you to come and bring your families and friends. REMOVAL SALE LIBBV CUT OLASS—HAND PAINTED CHINA A larj;e strck of the above at prices I 'ffercd. New doi^n-* in Kbokwood never- before Pottery (one price everywhere.) Tne only line of Rookwood in this p-trt of tht state. A general line of Jewelry and Silverware at lowest prices. About January 15-t. I expect to move my stock to the room now occupied by the Iol.i State Bank and'intend reducing as much as po-isible lo :ivoid trouble anJ expense atloiuling a temov;i'. G. T. SEWALL JEWELER First door north of Postoffice Bantlst Church. W. H. Oartleld. pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning service 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. B. Y. P. 6:30 p. m. Rvening service 7:30. Sermon. "The Gospel's Gr?at Invl- 'at ion." Sacond Baptist. Sunday schoo^ at 10 a. m. Praise and covenant meeting at 10:40 a. m. Ordlnancp of the Lord> Supper at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at C:30 p. m. Prsaching at 7:45 p. m. S^irmon. "The Cry at MidnlghJ.r Yon are cordial'y Invited to our services. J. W. GORDON. Pastor, FOR RENT—Desk room: best office In lola. Address Box 157. THAY ARE FRE=5II. A cho?ce ai.sortment of this popular brand at CRABB S. When you buy Lowney's Chocolates here, our personal pledge of their freshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and see how well It pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STOM, Corner Washington and West Sts. • r- -- TryaWant the Register S V0ISE Is the Joy of the household, for withoat it no happiness can be complete. How •wect the picture of motherland babel Angels smile at and commend tho thou <{itts and aspirations of the mothc? l>endln(;over thecradie. Thcordcal thvou;(Jj which the expectant mother must passs. how* ever, ir. so fullof danger and .^ufTeringthat she looks forward! to the ho .ur wlien &he shall feal the.cxquisite thrill of motherhood witH indescribable dread and fear. Every woin:in K.'iould^know tliat the d^iger, pain and horror of chiid« birth.ciu: he cjj.t r'rclx &«ofdbd bj the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific linirr.cttt U»r fxtern ^flji&i'ohly. which toughen^ and renders pliable all tlie parts, and n.vsisis nature in its sublime work. IJy its aid" {Itousunds of \vor ;ien have passecC this great crisis in per' •ect safety ami without pain. ,%ld at f r.oo per )K>ttlp by druggiits. Oar book jf pii^cdcimvalut* in all woinrn sen: free. Address. mmiaacia mzKuiATom oo^ wi^m,"mm'

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