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to BowI--F inest
Alleys in the city.
I POOL-CIGARS -CANDIES I
131 N. Main Street
To break up a cold, try r
a box of
Price .... 25c
Wc make deliveries.
J. E. Messenger. Prop.
We study tlieso four
points. We meet each as fol
, Price Moderate.
. Our Fall goods are all in
and are ready for your in
spection. JOSEPH VOLL
North Main St.
Ladiug Tailor, 110 S. Slate St
Opposite Grand Opera Hounn
Begins Jan. 3.
Day mill Night School.
New Classes In nil Depart
iticntH, Including Teachers"
Students nro allowed to go
ns fiiht as tliey can. .Some (In 11 1
Bookkeeping or Sliortliand In
four mouths and succeed,
n AVo assist In securing po'J-
lions. lately placed a lady
graduate (is teacher of Short
hand and TyKwrltlug In a
largo Business College.
Office over New York Store
open every evening. Call, write
or telephone 11-002, or 1232.
The School of Commerce,
Elicker & Davis, Props.
We want to be your
friend so let us-supply
you with coal.
YES we carry a line
of feed of all kinds.
a & rttu uufirai
C. P. vWfey
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SI A 'Milt
FEAR THE BANE 8f HUMANITY;
RATiONALAND IRRATIONAL FEAR
Ignorance and Superstition the
Factors Which Lead to Fear.
True Message of God's Word, the Only
Proper Antidote lo Fear, Desirable
at Opening of New Year.
Brooklyn, N. ?.,
January 1. Pastor
IIurhoII of Brooklyn
ed a large eollgre'
gallon lu tho Brook
lyn Academy of
Mulc this after
noon on tho impor
tance of good cour
age for the New
Year, from the fol
"Fear not, for 1
hae redeemed thee;
I have called then by thy name; thou urt
mine." Isnlali jtlllt, 1.
As usual ho lind a largo audlcuco
and tho very closest attention. lie
said lu part:-
Tear Is a great calamity. It is close
ly relateil to all tho sorrows of life,
closely linked to all Uio crimes of the
world! One of the blessings of true
Christianity is the rclrase It gives
from fear. But alas! true Christiani
ty, true Christian faith, and tho pres
ent rewards of these aro not very com
mon even in Christendom, Few know
tho meaning of the Master's words,
"Come unto me, all ye that labor and
are heavy laden, and I will glvo you
rest." Few appreciate the assurance,
"If tho Son shall make you free, yo
shall bo free indeed" (Matthew xl, S;
John vill, 3(1).
Tear has Its foundation In sin. Wo
may be sure that tho angels in heaven
know no fear. After Adam had dis
obeyed tho Divine command in Kden,
ho feared his Maker and hid from him.
Similarly, fear affects nil of Adam's
posterity, bocauso of tho general real
ization that "all nro sinners." Cod
and his righteousness are, figurative
ly. UuM, and tho sinner and Ills sins
are, llgurnllvely, darkness. There Is no
compromise tho darkness lintcth (op
po.4tth) tho light, the light scnttereth
the durkness. Love and luvureueo go
hand In hand, but love and fear arc
opposltesj we cannot lovo that which
we fear, wo do not fear that which we
Fear, Worry, Sickness.
Hope, prldo and ambition encourage
tho business man mid the laborer, the
king and the peasant, the housewife
n ml the maid, the lenders of tho social
set and the patient mother. Never
theless, all of these have a drag-anchor
of fear, which lu the stress of life
produces worry; worry produces Indi
gestion, Indigestion produces Insomnia
and nervousness which lend on to
every form of disease and unhappl
ness. To tho extent, therefore, that
fear is removed, health and happiness
are encouraged and aided.
All physicians recognize the fact
that fear is closely related to disease. !
Hence tho wise physician always coun
sels cheerful surroundings for tho sick,
cheerful conversation, diversion of tho
mind, tho avoidance of thought nloag
worrisome lines the rest euro, ete.
It may be asked, Why Is It that the
Master's cure is little considered to
day? "Why aro so few pointed to
Christ, tho Great Physician, for tho
rest and peace and comfort and Joy
which ho promised to his followers
eighteen centuries ago? Have his
words proven untrue? Aro his pro
fesscd followers amongst the most
anxious and troubled and ovcrclurgvd
and Pick nnd sorrowing and fearful of
our poor, groaning creation? If so,
what is the explanation? Wo must
concede the Inference. We must admit
that tho four hundred millions of pro
fessed Christians are much more r.h
happy, much more fearful, much inc re
nervous, peevish and sickly than the
twclvo hundred millions outsldo of
Tho explanation of this peculiar sit
uation Is that Christendom Is not
Christian; that tho nnmo Christendom
is n misnomer! Christ's Kingdom dees
not prevail amongst the civilized one
fourth of humanity. For centuries
now Christendom has deceived Itself,
and Iiris seriously misrepresented
Christ, his teachings nnd his promised
Kingdom of righteousness for which
still wo aro praying, "Thy Kingdom
come, thy will bo dono on earth." Our
standing armies, prepared to destroy
each other; and our Dreadnought na
vies, prepared to blow each other to
atoms; and our submarines nnd our
flying machines, our great cannons iintf
torpedoes all prove tho mistake of call
Ing human civilization Chr' s King
dom, Similarly, tho worry, i "H .-Hfo,
nervousness, etc., of Christqndoui u11
provo thut the Great Teacher's anti
dote for fear and worry has not boon
taken by tho masses of Christendom.
Wo hold that tho Good Physician's
remedy for sin. corroding care, worry,
fear, Is Just as cffoctlvo today as It
wus eighteen and n half centuries ago;
we hold that tho real dllllculty is that
Ids prescription has not been faith
fully followed. Wo urgo that thoso
who now have "an ear to hear" his
messago hIiouUI accept It faithfully,
and that they should not accept at tho
hands of anybody another prescrip
tion, said to bo "Just as good." Wo
should make sure that wo get the
remedy which bears the endorsement
of tho Lord's Word, and which has tho
loal of "the precious blood."
The Master's Teachings Perverted.
During the Dark Ages superstitious
feur was encouraged, all will concede.
Tho attempt was rnad- to drlvo hii
manlty to God. Atrocious doctrines
wore promulgated in tho name of God,
Christ and his Apostles. St. Paul ao
nomluates theso "doctrines of demons"
(I U'lwotu,v Iv, 1). Theso. urliuurilv,
taught n lalory ' to be mitigated
by prnycrs"aud''lnrtsses!. 'Ulifler Ihu
Impulse of fenr, millions accepted
Christ and professed dlsclpleshlp, lu
totnl Ignorance of his rent teachings,
and yet no moro his followers than
when they wore heathen. Later on the
Ai1vornr nnvHnllv li1ntrnM.-Ml tho
Reformation Movement by leading knowledge lmist go further and not
zealous people to renounco Purgatory only.Bco nnd acknowledge tho death of
as unscrlpturnl nnd to accept In its t Kedeoincf, but also Hint God nils
stead for tho world ut largo eternal "''" from the dead and highly cx
torment-a still moro unscrlptural nltC(1 "l' to "plrlt being ogaln, to tho
proposltlon-n still more God-dishonor-, "'font thnt eventually he may Becom
ing doctrine of demons. , ' P'-sh for nil (mankind, tho wonderful
Fortunately for ourselves wo Prot- blessings foretold In tho Law and tho
estants do not take our own doctrine Prophets.
seriously. However much all Prot-' Additionally, to such wJU bo revealed
cstnut Creeds nssert that only bap- tho grent "Mystery" of this Gospel
tlzod saints will reach heaven and. Age, lasting from tho death of Jesus
contrariwise, that all tho unsnlntly to tho manifestation of Messiah lu
will suffer eternal torture, nevcrthe- power nnd great glory as Mlchncl-
lcss, not ouo lu n hundred believes tho "God-llko One" (Daniel xll, 1). Tho
this. The most saintly, tho most con- Mystery is thnt Jesus Is tho Head,
Hclentions of them nre troubled by Chief, Lord, over tho Church which
their fears, tormented by. their sym- Is his Body, nnd thnt the "Body" mem
pathles, perplexed to understand God's bers will eventually be glorified with
dealings, hindered from having tho tho Hend on tho spirit plane; and that
peace and Joy which tho Master prom- then Head and Body will constitute
Ised his followers. The loss consclon- the great Messiah whoso spiritual
tlous of them stlllo conscience to their reign of a thousand years will result
own injury, gradually losing faith in ' in tho blessing and uplifting of man-
the Word of God because of this error,
They thus escape some of the torments
of fear, but they do not attain tho
love, Joy, contentment and pcaco which
the Master promised his faithful ones.
Unreliable Subterfuges Harmful.
There Is only the one Divine remedy
for this hnrinful fenr. That remedy
Is associated with tho Gospel of Christ;
but there aro numerous subterfuges.
Some drown their fears, disappoint
ments and sorrows with alcohol or
various narcotics. Some seek to drown
them with sensuous pleasures, some
with business activity, some with
church activity, some with "devil-may-care"
unreason. Of late n considerable
degree of subterfuge success has como
nlong the lines of deceit denying the
existence of sin. denying the facts of
puln nnd sorrow and death and, con
Irnrlwlie, affirming that everything
is good, regardless of the untruthful
ness of thrs proposition.
Tho result of this self-deception in
deed relieves from a considerable mens
tiro of fear. To this extent it proves
n solttco and satisfaction; but It Is a
subterfuge nnd not tho true remedy.
As a proposition Its Influence upon tho
mind, upon all the reasoning faculties,
is injurious. The twisting of reason
necessary to this philosophy, which
calls black white, and pain pleasure,
and sin righteousnesses destructive of
sound rensonlng ability. Tho habit of
perversion necessary to tho calling of
bad good nnd wrong right not only In
jures the mind, but, In attempting to
sustain itself from tho Scriptures, per
verts the entire Word of God. With
renson perverted nnd the Scriptures
perverted, the trao message of the
Scriptures cannot be enjoyed. Unloss
fenr bo measurably eliminated, tho
proper faith, hope, Joy and spirit of a
Found mind are Impossible.
Divine Antldoto For Foar.
God's message through the Law and
the Prophets, to Israel, as interpreted
by Jesus and his Apostles, gives us tho
truo antidote for fear. It docs not
deny sin, sickness, sorrow, death; it de
nies no fact, b.ut it does hold out n
remedy for all of these, an antidote,
"the balm of Gllead." Moreover, It In
forms us that this antidote can bo re
ceived only through tho co-operation of
our heads and hearts.
It informs us. that this healing Is ob
tainable by only a comparatively few
at this time, but, eventually, tho Divine
blessings, world-wide, shall operate to
ward all humanity ns fully as havo tho
penalties of sin. It npplles now (In full (
degree) only to such as havo tho hear
ing ear, tho eye of faith and the ap
preciative, responsive heart. Others
may obtain a measure only of this con
solution. Tho Grent Teacher gavo us
tho key to this deliverance from fear,
saying, "Ye shall know the Truth nnd
the Truth shall make you free. If tho
.Son shall make you free, ye shall bo
free Indeed" (John vlli, .12. 30),
The first step toward having tho
Truth mako us free Is to havo tho coat
ing of Ignorance and superstition re
moved and this is n difficult matter.
For instance, the Cutholle superstition
of Purgatory and tho Protestant super
stition of eternal torment, for practical
ly all mankind, havo been so thorough
ly rlveled upon their faithful that to
break thejr bonds and get frco Is a
difficult ta3k. Only thoso who hunger
ami thirst nfter tho Lord and his right
eousness aro in any likelihood of ever
being properly freed.
Others getting frco from ono error
aro merely steered by tho Adversary
Into another as bad or worse. God
sccketh not these at tho present tlmo;
ho will deal with them by and- by un
der Messiah's glorious Kingdom, wheu
Satan shall bo bound. Now, as tho
Apostle declares, "God seekcth such to
worship him us worship him In spirit
and in truth"; "Tho secret of tho Lord
is with them thut rovereuco him and
ho will show thorn his Covenant" he
will set them freo now from tho bond
ogo of superstition nnd fear, and by
und by, lu tho "First Itesurrectlon," ho
will freo them from tho body of cor
ruption. In other words, at tho present tlmo
all humanity may recolvo a blessing
of heurt-consolatlon In proportion us
they can como to tho knowledge of
Divine Truth; and each will be helped
to tho knowledgo of tho Truth in pro.
portion to his hunger nnd thlrtft after
rlghteousness-hls honesty of soul.
Tho dlshonest-hearted are not worthy
of liolng set freo from four. Liberty
nnd freedom from fear for these would
not bp fnvorablo to them nor to rthew
under present conditions. Fenr is ntr
socjatcd with alleiujtlon from God.
And, as tho Blblo declares, "Nono of
tho wicked shall understand" (Dan.
Mystery of the Gospel' Age.
To attain tho highest blessing which
Gpd bus to offer at tho present tlmo
rcrtaln difficult requirements must bo
compiled with, Sin must bo repented
uf hQurtll und. su far a? poylbly.
imMnmam. mat wasmx, turns tm.
toaUfttnThxftl fro hinder tftiich
melius tkt sins imtst 'bo'.ferflflk&n to
the extent'.of, abllltyi Fall u unist? thoti
recognize-1 tha 'T.amb of God which
tnkcth away tho sin of tho world"
that tho sacrifice for sins was heees
sary, and thut God himself provided
It ltl tllO death Of JcSUS. Faith timl
Whoever shall bo thus taught of God
In tho school of Christ will learn also
thcv necessity for having a share with
the Master In his suffering nnd death,
in order to havo n share with him in
his glorious reign. These will bo
tnught by tho great Head thot "if
they suffer with him they shall reign
with him" and that the sufferings of
this present time (If faithfully endured
by them) will work out un cxcccdlug
and abundant blessing.
Tho Sentiment of Our Text.
To properly understand our text and,
indeed, to understand the Bible us a
whole, It io necessnry to discern that
God has foreordained two Israels tho
earthly and tho heavenly. Both aro
precious, both are "elect," both aro to
lie used of tho Lord during Messiah's
Kingdom reign tho one on the heav
enly piano and tho other ou tho earth
ly. A mistake has been lnndo by
solno in recognizing tho earthly Israel
and not recognizing tho heavenly or
spiritual Israel. Others have mado the
mistake of rccogulzlng tho heavenly
or spiritual Israel and not recognizing
tho earthly Israel. "The promlso of
God Is to bo sure to both the seeds of
Abraham to Hint which Is according
to tho promise, tho oath tho Spiritual
Seed and also to that which is accord
ing to tho Law, tho natural seed (Ho
maim iv, 10).
Tho Spiritual Seed must bo develop
ed first, because tho blessing will pro
ceed from tho Heavenly Seed to tho
cartlily seed, then from tho earthly
seed to all nations. The blessing upon
all nntlons will consist of the oppor
tunity that will bo offered them of be
coming members of tho earthly seed
which, ultimately, as tho sands of tho
seashore, will include tho saved of all
nations all found worthy of everlast
ing life. "I havo constituted theo n
father of many nations", (Horn, iv, 17).
"Princes In All the Earth."
All who will como Into this blessed
expcrlenco of relationship to God aro
described In our text, "Fear not! for 1
hnve redeemed theo; I havo called
theo by thy name, thou art mine."
Tho faithful few of this Gospel Ago,
who havo passed through the deep wa
ters of tribulation and walked through
fiery trials, havo not only come off
milnlnn.,1 l..,f !. !.-.. 1.1 1
V tin i' i i ""',',,.' i. t0 th0 8tftt0s a constitutional amend-r-nd
w 11 bo abundantly blessed In tho mcnt providing for tho election of
rowards of tho coming Kingdom, senators by popular vote, It will mako
Ihey havo naught to fear. this session of congress ono of tho
Similarly, Natural Israel as a peo- most Important in recent years,
plo was specially favored from tho "It was tho original intention of tho
days of Abraham down to the rejec- framers of tho constitution to havo
Hon of Messiah particularly the saint- tno Presidents and vico presidents so
ly few of thnt people whoso sure re-1 )ectcd by leading colleges composed
ward will !m tholr nriviin,,,. nf i.i,,., ' of leading citizens of each state, in-
mado Prlnen.s In nil ti. n..rM. l.v tim
great King of glory (Psalm xlv. 10),
Even during tho Gospel Ago when
tho nation of Israel, "Jacob," has been
obliged to pass through trying experi
ences, "waters of nllilctlon" nnd "fiery
trials," tho Lord has not forsaken
them. -He has kept them together as
u people, no has not permitted them
to bo destroyed by their enemies.
Their persistency for thirty-five ecu
turles is of itself a rairaclo of Divine
supervision, Without dflllctlons they
would havo disappeared as a distinct
As tho Gospel Age (for the selec
tion of Spiritual Israel) draws to n
close, tho volco of God is calling nat
ural Israel and pointing them to tho
Land of Promlso nnd reviving their
hearts with the messages of their
All aro to sharo God's blessings
eventually, and then all may bo with
out fear. Now is tho tlmo for those
who know their God, to fenr not.
Now, thoso whoso eyes of faith nnd
understanding can discern God's stute
ly stoppings amongst tho children or
men In tho directing of tho Dlvino
Program may fearlessly rejoice. Now
Is tho tlmo for theso to bo of good
couragol to fear not! to ovorcomo tho
world! to bo rallunt for righteousness
und truthl Their blessings of th
Lord will bo In, proportion to their
faithfulness and courage. Them is
no other routo to tho truo rent and
pcaco to which ' Jesus invites. And
thero noror rnn bo a better tlmo than
now to accept tho Lord's offer: "Como
"Is her volco cultivated?"
"No; she raises It naturally!"
''""""""--"- "--"--- OS)
Tho youngest daughter of the house,
aged six. was discovered In tours. Hor
mother questioned her. Shu attempt
ed uo conceiiimpnt. She was quite
frank nbout it. "God doesn't lovo mo,"
sho said. "Why, what do you mean?"
Mid her mother, "God Jnvcs every
body," "Not mo." she replied, with
gloomy certainty. "I uled hm wJtji
u dalsv'-LoutlQa (Jlobo.
WAIL OF A '. 1 mg err a d HBstfdi '
uiniiMn.cn i eukui 3 1 .J loiKFOIn
Heart Sobbing Out Her Sor
row And More Sinned
Against Than Sinning.
Hv United rresi "Wire.
Yoshlngton, Jan 3 "Mine Is tho
saddest new, year in all the world for
I havo reached tho end of hope" sob
bed Mrs. James Knott, formerly
Floronco Bennett, of Flint, Michigan,
tho "badger girl", as she declared
today her husband had deserted her
leaving her In a dimly lighted cell
with thirty negro women ns her only
Scarcely moro than twenty years of
ago, girlish In appearance, this young
woman today drank tho bitterest
dregs of human sorrow. "I stood
everything moro than most peoplo
who llvo In warm, comfortnblo homes
can Imagine but now JItnmlo has
left me. I can't stand It any morel I
didn't bellovo ho would leave mo llko
this I couldn't bellevo It."
James Knott, her husband, obtain
ed ball last week and tho girl was
Informed today thot ho had gono to
his hom0 In South Carolina. Both aro
charged with conspiracy to obtain
$5,000 from Harry Rosenthal, a mer
chant, through blackmail.
From n futllo attempt to llvo
honrstly on U per week, which she
received ns a. 'shop girl in Michigan
down by tho "easiest way" to tho
depths; then a temporary regenera
tion through mnrrlage, followed by
tho descent to blackmail, arrest, ex
posure and disgrace such In brief Is
tho story of bnr career, which left
her deserted today at tho lowest ebb
of human existence.
"Peoplo who think thero Is sndness
In death, might look tit me and
laugh" sho said, today.
Don't fall to buy Bcntty & Long's
high tops and "Jockey Boofs" for
children's winter wear. They're "the
thing" for stylo nnd comfort low
For Direct Election of U. S.
Senators to be Pushed in
Upper House of Congress.
By United Press Wire.
Washington, Jen. 3. Tho Lorlmer
election trial will bo used In tho sen
ate as an argument to forco action
on tho Brlstow resolution providing
that a constitutional amendment for
tho direct election of senators bo sub
mitted to tho states,
Following several conferences It
was announced today that tho advo
cates of tho measure bellovo tho tlmo
is at hand for its passage Since It
has beepmo apparont that tho Lori
mer brlbory charges aro to bo given
a, thorough airing, many hollovo that
a raro opportunity Is offered for nb
ollshlng tho prcient system.
"If wo can succeed," said Senator
Brlstow, Republican. Kansas, today,
'" l'""H l"U irauiuuuil BU UIHUUIIB
Mh nnnl Jl.. .,. ..! 1. l..l,.
ste,ul of y direct voto of tho peoplo,
Tho evolution of our institutions has
nullified that purpose, of tho framers
of tho constitution and for moro than
half a century tho people havo been
electing tho presidents by direct voto.
"Tho tlmo has como when tho peo
ple, In jny Judgment, aro domandlng
that tho constitution To so amended
ns to give them opportunity of ex
pressing tholr direct choice In tho
election of senators, too.
"With such an amendment in this
coristtutjlon ho Lorlmor case and
other elmllar scanduls never could bo
Bo suro and get your sharo of that
$200 to be won at tho corn show, Fri
day and Baturdny, January 0 and 7.
Uhlor & Phillips store.
Matters of State Makes a
Peculiar Mistake Gets
Into the Wrong House.
By United ph Wire.
Columbus, O., Jan. 2 In deep medi
tation on matters of stuto and legis
lation, Governor Harmon Btartcd, on
foot, recontly for tho home of Colonel
James Kllbournc, ono east Town
street, to attend a faroweli dinner
Colonel Kllbourno was giving In
Jionor of R. a. Burkhnm, who has
become publisher ot tho ayton Jour
nal. Tho governor, on arriving, absent
mindly rone tho bell, was usherod
In by a colord servant, handed over
his (vat and hat and walked on to
ward tho dining rcom where ho
heard voices. All tho time he was
meditating deeply on matters of
stato and legislation.
Ap ho entered tho dining room ho
awoke. Ho was In tho wrong hpuso.
Instead of being In Colonel Kll
bourno's houso, he was standing in
tho dining room of tho homo of Dr
E. J. "Wilson, and tho people reatod
about the table were youns peoplor
homo from collego, who were being
entertained by the Wilsons.
Tho governor Jslckofl himself a fow.l
jtimes, oxpuuncu, pis misiaxe,, oacicea i
Special Value for the Wrappers
Seven-piece glass Berry Set,
a new and beautiful design,
For SO Star Soap Wrappers.
Regular value i oo Wrappers.
To be had at
THE HOOVER-ROWLANDS COMPANY, .
Ill North Main St., Marion, Ohio,
OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 10th, 1911. Y
THE PROCTER & GAMBLE CO.
ffflmff nfl-TIT if .ill. .MM,, -WOT ,111 H,JIIMH.ILBimil.WHUWM
out, quit thinking deeply on nint
Jers of state and legislation, and
went directly to Colonel Kllbotirno'H
home. Thero ho found Dr. Wilson ns
ono of tho guests. "I Just called on
you, doctor," said thoi governor, "but
you wero not at homo."
The Power of the State
Dairy and Food Commis
By United Press Wire.
Columbus, O., Jan. 2 In his twenty
fifth annual report to tho Gover
nor, filed Saturday, Stato Dairy and
Food Commissioner, R. W. Dunlup,
calls attention to now laws enacted
during his administration which ma
terially increased tho powers of his
department. Theso luws rolato to
properly labeling foods und drags,
tho snlo of renovated nutter, tho sale
of milk, snnltury Inspection, cheese,
paint, oils and vinegar laws und
weights and measure laws.
During tho past year, for tho first
tlmo In hlHtory, a thorough Inspec
tion was mado of canning factories
in tno state. But nuio couiu no uouo
with tho weights nnd meusurcs, be
duuuo no appropriation wus mado for
enforcing tho law. Tho report calls
attention to soft drinks, of which It
Is said, only fow contain any fruit.
There wero 383 parties certified for
payment of liquor tax; -1,378 Inspec
tions wero mado. Fines, amounting to
$7,207.35 wero collected for selling
adulterated foods. Theso fines nnd
liquor Inspection fees will more than
equal tho apportionment for tho de
partment. Tho following enactments aro urg
ed: Laws regulating cream and Ice
cream ; laws to prevent fnlso and mis
lending advertisements of foods and
drug products; a law to prevent pro
miscuous distribution of drug samples
a law requiring weights and measures
to bo branded on food packages; a
law permitting dairy Inspectors to
glvo public Instructions In dairy com
munities; tho registration of all cstab
WIRING, FIXTURES, BELLS, ETC.
Davis Electric .Co. El E"nth
136 N. State
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munuiucturcU lor sale, u baiting pow
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food and dairy commissioner frdm
two years to four .years.
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