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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUMI XXXVIII. NO. 39.
8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1941.
EVERY TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY.
LINCOLN HAS TEN VOTES
TO NOMINATE DEMOCRATIC CAN
DIDATE FOR RAILROAD COM
"Hilly" Klnlr, or J.oxiigton. whn
la n condlilAto for Railroad Commls
iilonor, won out nt ft meotlng of tho
Stnto Central Coinmltlco last week
nml a convention wns called to nomi
nal o tho democratic candidate, to bo
hold in I.outsvlllo Juno 14. County
(mass convention will bo held In tho
32 counties of tho district on Monday,
Juno 12 to nnmo delegates to tlio con
tention. Lincoln county In In till, the
rccond railroad district, and In entit
led to 10 rotes In tlm convention, tho
comities In tho district having rcprc
uentntlou ns follows:
Counties Delognto Vote
Gallatin , h
Pulaski , 12
Caoy ..... (i
Mercer t 3
Carroll ...... S
Jefferson , 131
Shelby , u
ilullltt ,....'. 7
Jsclt-on ,.l 12
Uuihlncton ... a
Taylor '. 6
Judge i:. II. Heard, or Slielhyvlllp.
!h nn active candidate for tho place
and as ho Is the only candldato from
tho iiii congressional district. Lincoln
county will very probably Instruct for
Mm. Heard wanted to go before tho
iieopio In a primary, but Klalr con
trolled. Others mentioned as proba
ble candidates aro W. O. Davis, of
Wiodord, It. L. llrown. of Pulaski; J.
l. Newmun, or Nolson: II. I). New
comb, of Louisville, nnd W. 1). Clay
brook, of Washington.
Game at Lancaster
WON BY THRELKELO BY 8 TO 0
THE BOX SCORE.
Lancaster Muy IS.
Tho ThrelKelil Select School bnso
ball team of Nlchol.isvlllo defeated
tlio Lancaster high tclinol team hert
on Monday afternoon, tho score being
S to 0. Although tlio giuno was vory
onesided It whs interesting from
start to finish. The local boys were
nnablo to solvo Kvnn' delivery, whllo
the visitors found llcrrou for ten hits.
Hotli teams put up good field work.
LANCASTER AH Hll I'O A
Robinson lb 4 0 10 0
Mcltoberts 3b 4 0 C 4
llalcomb cf 4 1 1 l
Miller ss 3 0 1 2
.1. Herron rf ....3 0 10
llastin c 3 0 6 0
Joseph 21 3 ' 0 0 2
Doty If :t 0 2 0
Jlerron p , 2 0 1 G
29 1 27 17
Alt Hll PO A
Smith cf 4 2 0
Yarrlngton If .., 5 1 1
L. Caywood lb 3 2 13
WOOdcOCk B8 3 1 1
'. Caywood c 4 2 10
Alexander 2b 6 1 a
Curd rf & 1 1
Kvnns i 4 o o
Klrkpatrick 3b 4 0 1
37 10 27 20
INNINUS . 1 2 3 4 0 C 7 8 9-T
Uincaster o 0000000 00
Threlkcld 0 2100041 0 S
Errors Mcltoberts, Miller 4, Her
ron 2, Klrkpatrick. Stollen bases
McRobots, Yarrlngton 2. Caywood 3,
Johnston for MTreary
Wilson's Adjutant General 8ayt
Hs'll De Elected
Adjutant Gonernl 1. r. Jonston,
who In ono.of tho loading members of
Gov. Wlllson's administration, and
u high-clans gentleman In ovory sonn
ut tho word, Is for McCrenry for Oov
ornor and expresses tlio boiler that
ho will win for Governor, lidltor W.
I. Walton, or the Ixrxlngton Herald,
wrote In his paper
"In n conversation with Adjutant
General 1. I. Johnson, who attended
tlm rates yesterday, he told tho wrltor
without hesitation tbutho would vote
for Senator McCreary lor (lovernor
and folt sum that he would mo elect
ed. Ho iiIbo expressed tho belief that
Lieutenant Governor- Cox would re
ceive tlm Itepubllcnn nomination for
Governor and mnko the bCHt race nnv
man of his pnrty can."
ORGAIZEO DY MUSICIANS OF STAN
Tho pupils oi tlio Instrumental de
partment of Stanford school1 have or
ganized u bach Club Mia will study
music nr.d musicians through tho sum
mer. Tho club will be under tho
supervision or MUs ICIIen llallou and
will neet twlcn n week Tho follow
tag fiavo became members of Uic
Club. Mary M. Mnlninoy, Mary M
ltntioy, M.iymo Slnglomn, Mary 13. Mc
Kinnoy, Thos. Colcmim, Vera Totleti,
Jnxcphlno Carpenter, llnrry Itclnhnrt,
Anna I). Mrlloberts, Kfllo Uaughumn,
Llwi Holtzclnw, Ponrl Fields
Miss Knto Ncwland will bo pianist
Vlils should provo a boncrit In mus-
, leal culture and will be a source or
, plcasurcbiu enjoyment and a reeroa
tlon through the vacation season.
Lincoln's for Him
CHENAULT HUCUELY SUGGEST
ED FOR R. R. COMMISSIONER
I (l)anvlllo Advocate)
l Attorney Chennult Muguely, of the
local bar. Is being boosted for mil-
road commissioner from this the sec
'ond dlstrlcL Mr. Huguely Is being
urged by his mnny friends In this
'nnd the ndjolnlng counties to enter
tht. race, but ns yet has not signified
his Intentions. It ho decides to enter
tho political arena, he will mako a
Btrong candldato for tins Important
position of railroad commissioner
which demands men or ability, and
will causo tn two Resent nsplmnts
to havo visions of ilvfc.it. Mr. Hug-
liiely Is a graduate of Centre College
.iiiiil the Ijiw Department. He has
been practicing law lor tho past sev
en yearn, nnd his legal ability is well
known nnd recognized throughout
central Kentucky. IJoylo county Wiould
have a representative uti th,) statu ad
mlnlhtratlon. nnd if Attorney Hugue
ly runs, It will bo two of her best
rhancos to securo her dcsertH. Ilo
bah a. host of friends ttiroughout tho
ninny adjoining counties, nnd tho
Advocates hopes that his decision will
bo to tackle tho gam.
New Fast Train
St. Louis Brought In Closer Touch j
With "The Land or The Sky." ,
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cles tb.it have characterized tho nd
mlnUti.itlon of President W. V
Flnl-y, tho Southern Hallway Ion
Sunday put Into operation n new fart
train of modern equipment to bo
known as the "St mhiIh Special".
This new train will operate botween
St. louls. Mo nnd Ashvllle, N. ('.,
viu or lxnilsvllle. Shelby Me. Hnrrods
burg, nnd Dnnvlllc, Ity nnd Knowlllo
7enneeo , Throueh drawing room
pullpiun sleeping cars cf the most
modem typo will be carried between
St. Louis and Ashvillo. in addition
to providing thro'igh Pullman sleep
ers and couches between St. l.oul
nnd western North Carolina It will
nlso provide superior accommodations
lor nil western people lor Atlnntn.
Chnrloston. Chattanooga and all south
Tfe "St. Louis rpeclnl" will not
materially change tho train service
between Louisville mid Diuvllo ex
cept tint tho equlprient will ho of
much higher class than tint former!)
used. Tho now troln will lenve St
Louis at noon each day nnd Will
miikn the trip to Lomsvi'llo In oleht
'lours. Only eight stops will be made
lietwon Lou sv Ilo nnd St. Louis. Two
of the finest new pnsscnger engines
that havo recently been set In this sec
Hon passed over tho southern Itnllwuy
In Kentucky lor St Louis Inst weeK
nnd will be used on vne new fast train
The Southern Hnllway throughout Its
new system is Improving Its trains
Tho "St. Louis Bpcrml" Is In lino
with tho Inauguration or tho "Carolina
Special", which links Cincinnati.
Louisville and St. Louts with Charles
ton, on the Atlantic coast lino. With
ine liuproveu Bervice. mo soumerni
taiiway will now doubtless excel Its
past record as the popular line be-
tween Hip west and southwest.
Speaks Here Saturday.
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On,, of tho biggest events In a po
ltilral wny in Stunrord in a lon(
time, will bo the nppearancc here on
Saturday or Congressman Olllo M
Jamfs, of tho First district, who will
speak In tho interest of his candidacy
tor United. States Senator rromlnei.)
democrats from nil over this and ad
Joining counties nro expected to t
present ns well as nuito a number
of republicans, who nut only want to
sec tho man who has been a thorn
In the sldq of their pnrty in Congrqss
Kverett Djn l.ns Just recovered from
nn nttark or turpcz.
Mrs. J. D. Long Is 111.
MIsb Annlo Wells is on the sick list.
W. T. Flanagan, of Lebanon Junc
tion, nnd Jnmese Dyo bought ol 1..
Hunt, his farm near here, ot 11.'! acres
Ilev. Moore, ol Hethei Ridge, preach
ed nt tho M. K. church Wednesday
ltcv. J, A. Singleton will till Uev.
Jelfrles' appointment nt Pleasant
Point Haptlst church Saturday nfter
noon, Sunday and Sunday evening.
Ilev. Jeffries having gone to Jackson
Hcvs. Combs and Jones aro hold
lug a protracted meeting at Parlor
Oliver Itouten went to Danville on
Wednesday, seeking employment.
MUs Kdna Childcrs is visiting rel
atives near Duncan.
-"'"O11 Harmon, or Danvl le, win
drlcs the Indian Kenning Comoany's
oil wagon, was hoie :.ionday.
Krnest Dunawav is vlsltinc his
Mrs. Milton Johnson returned homo
Tuesday after n visit to her son and
other relatives at WilllumsLown.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Flanagan havo
been visiting tho latters mother near
Mrs. James Reynolds and sons Fred
and U., wore visiting liir mothor, Mrs.
Wesley Bastln, of Middle-town, O.,
was horo to seo one of our most
cbnrming young Indies last week.
.Mrs. J. It. Singleton and daughter,
Mrs. C. C. Uoocli, ot Stanford, left on
Thursday for Loulsvillo whore they
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlc Unya
LOCAL COLORED MAN A LEADER
Tho Courler-Journ.il says: A con
vention of the Civic and Political
'-(-'"Kilo of Kentucky, an organization
ot colored voteis. has been called by
tho president O. W. Gentry, uf Stan
ford, to moot July 10 at ioulsvlllo.
The president says that tho dnto was
oelocted so the delegates w.o ure
to attend tho Republican state con
vention may be present at tho meet
ing of tho lpngue one day curlier. ie
basis of rcpresonntlon Is uunouiiced
no one delegate, for every 100 colored
voters In tho county or dlstrlcL
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tne,r next annuaI roun,on ut Mncon'
CLLIE M. JAMES.
tot the past dozen years but also wast
to hear the man speak who Is con
ceded to be coo or thu foremost
American statesmen or the day.
Mr. James will &peak in the court
room at two o'clock.
A delegation or democrats wl.I bo
hero from Danvillo In automobile!;
to hoar Mr. James and escort him to
Dam Hie where be speaks on Satur
Mr. James' speech will bo worth
coming miles to hear. Don't miss It.
Tho death angel visited at Mr. M.
(rutin's Inst week and took two chil
dren tho 3ame day. They wcro plac
ed to rebt In the same coffin. Tho
purtnts havo our greatest sympathy.
Mli3 Mlunlo Hargcr who has been
suTcrlng from rheumatism for several
wo'ks, is much better at this writing
Mr. i:ijnh Crltim us sold his farm
i.ud Is going to Oklahoma In a few
Tho soil or Mr. Jimmy Kstes lost
two nice hor&os last Saturday morn
ing. They were struck by lightning.
.Miss Kdlth Tllford and .MUs Mnry
Cnbtlneau took tho examination nt
Somerset last week. Miss llettle Rey
nolds nnd Mr. Cla.. Slugleton took tho
examination nt Stanford also.
Dr. T. J. Acton Is treating a cancer
on .Mrs. Myers face. It is getting
Miss Minnie Perkins or this placo is
visltiug her sister at Somerset nt
Miss nertio Woodali of Science Hill
vlbited ber grandmother, Mrs. Patsy
Perkins, who lives at this place.
Rev. W. G. Tllford filled his regular
appointment at tho Haptlst church
Saturday nnd Sunday
Mr. WHllm Perkins or Crab Orchard
visited his mother Mrv. Patsy Perkins
last week, who lives at this place.
Mr. Alex Cousley and family visited
at Highland last Suncay. Thoy report
a nl co tlmo.
Mrs. Vcrna Hays, tho banker's wlfo
ie visiting ber parents in Loulsvillo.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo deslro to express our high ap
pieciatlon of tho kindness shown us
In tUo sickness nnd death ot our sis
ter, Mrs. Nancy Warren, and also our
gratltudo for tho many favors that th0
people of Stanford a net community
havo conferred upon our lainlly. Wil
liam Wnrron, Mury Warren llcttlo Hnr
LANCASTER'S NEW PRINCIPAL
Prof. Uildges nnd family will eomo
from Iiucnster the latter part of this
.nontli and tnk up their nbouo in
Richmond, where ho has been elect
ed to Hucceed Supt. Coato of the City
Schools, Prof, Itlloy, tr Georgia, ban
I eon chosen by the Lnncnstor School
Hoard to succeed Prof. Hrfdges.
Forty thousand person aro horue-
less nt Kurln, Manchurlu, as tbo result Heavy rains have extinguished tor
ot n fire. est fires In Pennsylvania.
ON 8T. JOHN'S DAY APPEALNQ TO
Stanford, Ky.. will be tho Mecca for
all Masons in that pan of tho stile
on St, Johns Day noxt June. A mam
moth celebration of tho day In being
'i no Masonic Home Journal said
editorially last week:
arranged for, a great many lodgos will
take an nctlvo part, and tlio scale of
tho celebration Is larger than attempt
ed heretoforo outside of the larger
cities. Tlio Patrol and drum corpsn,
composed of tho boys of tho Masonic
Home, will go and odd their presence
to tho entertainment of the day. All
kinds of pleasures will bo provided
for tho guests, but a good wager would
be that tlio "cats" will bear awar the
prize, In succeeding making everybody
happy, contented, and nt peaco with
the whole world. Or courso It will
bo a great success. Kverythlng will
be high grade, but tho "east" tlio
eats, they aro what makes tho mouth
water, oven the nntirlpailon will do
that; nnd oho realization can't bo
described in human words.
I TEN GOOD ROADS j
I. Thou shalt everlastingly keep nt
tne good work, nnd lot nothing dis
II. Tack thou a board over thoso
treacherous holes in bridges, and hero
by save the bones of both tliino and
th;r neighbor's valuable horses.
III. Thou shalt trim out all brush
and hedgerows bordering tho road,
that the sun and tho wind ot thy
Creator may keep thitio highways dry,
and that passersby may not bo suffo
cated nato death.
IV. The aoblo drag jbeing thine
handiest and most efficient weapon,
thou shall wield It twlco a week at
tho very leasL Hlessea is the man who
ustti the drag for his fellow man's
V. Thou qj.ilt opon all drain dlt:hes
at tlio side of the road bord'rlnt thy
farm, lebt tbo water codoit tn low
places and form n mlro In which thou
or tli neighbors may get "rtuck",
whereupon the recording angel listen
eth wiUi pity to wicked words nnd
snapping of tho whip .
VI. Toss those aggrevatlng and
damaging stones from the track or
thine highway; for thou grittest teeth
In unger and thlnkest wicked saying
when thy vehicle blriketh them. And
they do knock tho "stuffing" right out
of thy buggy nud wagon wheels. Like
wife do they trouble nna Injure tho
VII. If thy neighbor oo a shirker
and doeth not hla full share of Im
proving the roads. Icj not this put a
damper on thine enthusiasm; but rath
cr set a good example and show by
the works that thou art truly an hon
est "booster" nnd nou a hanger-on
Then shall thou neighbor blush with
shame, and feel constrained to follow
th.. Hhlnlncr pxnmnlf.-
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put th) spade in the ouggy. If thou
comost to ono of those, ruts which do
cauo thee and thy neighbor to swear
when passing over,, Hll thou It with
n lew spndefulls of dirt. Thy neigh
bors will bless thee for It, and thou
nayest save a big repair bill on thine
own vehicle. And the low places nt
the approaches to bridges, thou shalt
treat in like manner with the bamo
IX If thou hast been guilty of
throwing brush or any Mnd of trash
into ono of thoso small drain ditches
niong thy farm go tnou straightway
nnd remove tho obstruction. Or If
thy neighbor has committed a like of
fense thou shalt intercede with him
till he also removes those hindrances
and open3 up tho ditches. For a road
with dltcnes across it, or down the
511am track, is an abomination and a
cuisq In tho sight of every mortal
who laboriously travels over It.
Do thou all this ana ns much more
ns seetnt good. Preach thou to thy
neighbor, and to thy neighbor's sou
that good roads aro nnv er a happen-so
nor a vegetable that springeth up in n
blngln night; but that they nre a
natural result of iiioh.i1 man's untir
ing oforts. And remember thou these
Open ditches at each tdo of the
toad will perfect tho drainage. The
drag wilt smooth and work tho diit
to tho center of the roadbed. Sun.
wind and travel will aid in completing
the rcqulrraents by drying and packing
tbo earth In places.
See thou that nil thoso conditions
t'X.'st wheroier the 103d touches thy
iariu, and tho travuling public will
n.i&o on tiptoes and call theet Messed
unions men. '
Court Begins Maaday
CIRCUIT CLERK SWOPE HAS BIO
Circuit: court begins for tho regular
Juno term next Monday May 22, and
circuit uierK j. u. Hwopo has boon
busily engaged for tho past 10 days
or so In gutting up tho docket, Thoro
aro on tlio docket tho following cases
Kqulty old 100
Kqulty Appearances , 70
Ordinary Old 70
Ordinary Appearances 20
Commonwealth Old 40
Commonwealth Appearances .. 31
EDITOR OF THE LITCHFIELD GA
ZETTE COMES OUT FOR AD
DAMS FOR GOVERNOR.
(From Litchfield Gazette.)
Thero nre two aspirants for the
nomination for Governor. What
ought men who havo tho welfare on
their party at heart to do as between
these two men? It seems to bo con
ceded that they are Doth good, men
and that cither one would mako a
good governor. Which ono of these
(ncn will mcko fho (.U.Jongc race
before tho peoplo next November?
Let us. bo candid with each other.
It is a fact recognized, all over the
State that It Is very- doubtful wheth
er Mr. McCreary can bo elected. You
may inquire from almost anv part of
the State and you will hear of largo
numbers ot Democrats who aro
sweariug they will not voto tor him.
Hy no means is this opposition con
fined o the Catholics alone but Is
round among all ethers. Then, tho He
publicans are evidently of the opinion
that McCreary is going to get the
nomination and that they can beat
him. No other explanation Can be
mado of the fact that so many Re
publicans are seeking the gubernato
rial nomination at tho hands of that
party, a nomination which has usually
gone begging in this state. Thoy
see at least a fino chance to be elect
ed. If the hend of tho democratic
ticket Is delcated it is likely the en
tire ticket will be. Why should we
Jeopardize the ticket next fall In the
interest of any man? Wky should wo
even put the ticket In tho least dan
ger? Can nnybody glv. a good rea
son for such a course? ino political
trend is toward tho Democratic par
ty all over the country. Anybody
v;o may nominate, who Is ncceptable
to tho majority of the Democrats,
can bo elected Governor of Kentucky
next November. Nobody seems to
have anything to say against Hon.
William Addams. Ho does not belong
to any faction. Ho has mado no ene
mies. He is in tho prime of life.
There Is no reason why every dem
ocrat In tho state would not voto for
him, His nomination assures tho suc
cess of tho democratic ticket.
Hero aro two horses entered for
a race, ono or them has three lame
legs, nnd tho other one Is as sound
as n dollar. As a wlsu man. on which
one would you b"et your money?
It is tho duty ot the democrats to
nominate as their candidate for Gov
ernor the man who can mako tho
The editor of this paper has noth
ing against Mr. McCreary, but Is writ
ing iu the Interest of tho democratic
party (n Kentucky. Why put it In the
doubtful column when wo can so easi
ly place It whero thero will be no
IF I HAD ECZEMA
I'd wash It away with that mild sooth
ing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 2Dc.
Relieves all kind of skin troubles,
cleansing away the Impurities and
clearing up tho complexion as noth
ing else can.
Yes. If I had any klna ot skin trou
ble. I'D USE D. D. D. Ghugars and
Tanner Stanford, Ky.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
L. C. Dunn's creditors plaintiffs, vs
L. C. Dunn and Ktc, defendants.
Pursuant to an order made in the
above styled causo, tho creditors of
L. C. Dunn aro hereby notified to ap
pear beforo the undersigned Commis
sioner at his oflce in Stanford. Ky.,
and provo their claims on or before
Miv 20th, 1911. G. t. Florence, M. 0.
L. C. C.
President Taft sunt to the Sonnte
the Tariff Hoard's full report of Its In
vestigations of tbo pulp and nows
print paper Industry In the Unltod
Slates and Canada Urlofly summarized
tho report said that a ton of nows
print paper is mado in Canada for
$5.35 less than it is made in the
WILLIAM H. CURTIS
PASSES OVER RIVER
PROMINENT LINCOLN COUNTY
FARMER DIES AT HIS HOME
ON CRAB ORCHARD
William II. Curtis, ono of tho most
prominent farmers and citizens of Lln
coin county, died at his homo a few
miles from town on tho Crab Orchard
plko at ten o'clock Wednesday night
artcr nn Illness ot Intestinal Indiges
tion. Ho is survived b- his wlfo and
three sons, Messrs. Walter U. Sterling
T and Clyde Curtis, tho first two
named being married.
Mr. Curtis was o years of age
and was born nnd reared In Llnclln
county. Ho hud ben engaged In farm
ing practically ail his llfo nnd was
successful In this as in other phases
or life. Ho was a faithful Christian
having been a member of tho old Cum
bcrland Presbyterian church, and held
In high esteem by all who knew him
ns nu upright, Christian gentleman,
n splendid husband and father and
credit to the community. Ills demise
will bo generally mourned.
Alter services nt the homo this
morning at 10 o'clock, by Hov. Robert"
of Preachcrsvillc, tho lemnins will bo
brought to Huffalo Springs cemetery
here tor interment In their last rest
County Clerk George U. Cooper hns
returned rom a pleasant "visit to rela.
tlvcs In Nashville.
NEW DEPUTY CIRCUIT CLERK.
THOMAS D. NEWLAND, JR.
Col. J. D. Swopo has appointod Tnos
D. Newiand, Jr., deputy circuit clerk.
Mr. Newiand Is a rnt.td and accurate
penman and will make Col. "Josh"' an
The Mexican Revolutionists gained
a complete victory when it was an
nounced Thursday lrora Mexico. City
Uiat President Diaz una Vice Presi
dent Coral would resign their otflc.es
beforo Juno 1 and Francisco De la
Harm would bo mado President ad in
terim and Francisco 1, Madero, Jr.,
President of the Provisional Mexican
Government, would be his chiet ad
visor. These two are to form a new
Cabinet. A general armistice has
been declared throughout Mexico and
peaco Is expected to follow. A gener
al presidential election will bo called
within six months.
Nows of secret conference of about
twenty republicans said to be opposed
to O'Rear for Governor hns became
known. Tho conference was held at
the Victoria Hotel Tuesday night and
it was reported tha tho Cox and
Franks forces discussed plans for pool
lng their strength nnd defeating
Cincinnati May 18. Cattlo 110
cclpts 1.5GD; market quiet; fair to
good shippers ?5&5.9u; common $2.25
iif. Hogs Receipts 5,017, market
steady; butchers and Milppors WAQip
tioO; common $5i6.33. Sheep Re
ceipts C27; markot steady at S24;
lambs steady at $1.50T5.50.
Lost Hctwecn Hubble nud Stan
ford brown, spotted glass-eyed bitch.
Reward for return to Tom Uourno. Jr.,
Crab Orchard dofeatod Hustonvlllo
on their grounds In hot ball game
Wednesday by the score of 12' to 7.
Huston ville will play Morclaud this
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