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m OF BRIBERY?
litis Says Brown Did, Brown
Says Nix, Lewis Did.
CANDIDATE UNDER A CLOUD
4tam4als In Opposition Parties Are
Dltauttlng Patriotic Citizens, Who
Find Democrats Are Free From
Them Question as to Whether
, Brown Offered $5,000 to Llewellyn
Lewis to Win His Brother to Teddy,
Or Whether Lewellyn Sought the
Money, Agitates Capital City.
Walter Drown, formr Rppubllcnn
fcos, who In leading the Third Term
ers In Ohio, and Llewellyn Lewis
'rather of Tom L. Lewis, Hopubllcan
estadldatc for secretary of state, are
gaged In a mud throwing contest,
with the result that both are badly
smeared, while the political Integrity
f Tom Lewis has been questioned.
Uewellyn LowIb opened hostilities
y charging that Drown offered him
I6,0e0 to induce his brother Tom to
ran as a noosovelt delegate to tho G.
. P. national convention laat spring,
and that the offer waa refused. Drown
Implies that It was Llewellyn who told
Mm that his brother Tom could be
yurehaaed for !,000, and that he,
Brawn, declined, so that one of the
two mud-throwers bolongs In the Ana
nit club. Thousands of Republicans
art) becoming disgusted as thoy watch
oa wing of tholr party point out the
rottenness of the other, and arc going
to vole tho Democratic ticket.
"Early in April last, Michael Galla
gher, of Steubenvllle, called mo by
telephone ut Toledo and stnted that
'JH. K. Ersklne of Jefferson county and
Tom L. Lewis, of Delmont county,
were willing to run as Itoosevelt del
egates for the 16th district and had
em decided upon by the Roosevelt
leaders, subject to my approval. 1
acquiesced In tho selection.
"When I reached Columbus, the next
flay to attend tho Constitutional Con
rojiUon, I found at tho Noll House the
Trd of Llewellyn Lewis with u pen
ciled Htatoment that he wished to sea
me. Luter In the afternoon, while I
"was In the convention, I was Informod
'by a page that some one wished to
r.rxs me In tho hall. I went out Into
the corridor und there found u man
who Intioduced himself as Llewellyn
. "My recollootlon of our brief oon
Tersatlon is both clear und accurate.
"ile said, 'Mr. Dmwn, the Roosevelt
jieeplo iu tho Sixteenth district want
y brother Tom to run an a Rooso--tftH
delegate to the national coin en
tloa. How about lliuuipoT
'"I ald. Must what do you mean?'
"Woll, it will be hard to light over
there.' he answoied, 'and will tskn
lata of money to make the right kind
t a campaign.'
""'How much?' I Inquired,
"'We will have to have $5,000,' was
"When I had sufflelently rrcovorol
train the shock to spoak, 1 said, 'For
mhat will you need such a sum of
uianoy as that In oritur to make u
campaign for delegate to the national
JI said, 'It will take all of Tom's
11m and mine for about six weeks,
and besides It will nmko u lot of fel
lows soiv, and we can't afford to ko
Into It for less than tlmt. If It'n
worlti tlmt much to you we'll go
-ahead. Otherwise Tom won't run.'
"I answoied, 'Very well, Mr. l.ewls,
Vf there Is anything more to be said
wa the subject jon will lurnr fioin
"ve," and went back into tho couven-
"When tho constitutional conven
tion udjourued for the day I called
Mr. Gallagher on tho teluphono and
ttM him the terms upon which Mr.
wta said his brother, was willing
ran. Mr, Gallagher expi eased his
ssacemeut and Indlgnatton and said
nawy would at once look for another
saaCidate. Mr. Cook Danford of Del--lairs
was then selected.
CHAVES IS COMMENDED
JI Powerful Newspaper For His
Charles H. Qraves, In the two
jraars ha has been, Im.ofNce, has
sstsaliahes a reputation for effl
wiant sarvlees, orderly procedure
and slots attention to the butl
sasss sf hie office. By a atrltt en
fsrosment of the law he hat large
ly Increased the earnings of hit
and at the same tlmt Intro
modern methodi In hit
At chief election officer, ht
J-at handled the affairs of that dt
, atartirent so at to inspire genaral
.' sawfldsnce. He was given a unan
" Itwsut renomlnatlon at an exprtt
X, sssn of appreciation." Cleveland
Wain Dunlor, Sept, 22.
Where has General Drown boen for
las last 50 years? Just when every-
believes that every elector In
knows tho governor Is an exec-
'Alva officer, General Drown makes
tasj amaslnx statement that Congress-
Coi will rewrite the Oh(o constl-
whtn be u elected governor.
r joy la aay primary class ousftt to
Eggs 28c; butter 28c.
Flower pots Wbolson's.
Chinese Lilly Dulbs, 10c. Woolson's
Mr. Robert L. Carr went to Dela
ware, O., this afternoon on business.
Mr. Alfred Mill went to Drink Hav
en Thursday morning on business.
Hyacinth, Tulips and Crocus bulbs
now ready. Woolson's store.
Mr. Cyill Keckncr of Klllbuck was
In the city Thursday on business.
Flowering bulbs for fall planting.
Woolson's Dept. store.
Mr. John Wlsner made a business
trip to Columbus Wednesday.
Mrs. Ira Atwood left this afternoon
for Wilmington, o to visit with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. U. M. Heed of Utlca Is a
JKUORt nt tho homo of Dr. ami Mrs. C.
Counrd, KftBt vino street.
Miss Agnes McConnlck hns accept
ed n position nt tho wrapping counter
nt tho Meyor-LIndorf store.
Mrs. C. C. Dnrber and daughter,
Miss 10 v a, went to Mnnsllcld Thurs
day morning to visit with relatives.
.Mr. Alfred Sbutt spent Monday ev
ening In Frcdcricktown visiting with
Mr. LoRoy Mnyer went to Center
burg Tuesday morning to mako a
short business visit.
Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick of Colum
bus Is the guest of her brother, Mr.
D. 10. Salisbury.
Mr. William Thompson ictumcd to
his homo in Canton Monday evening
after a -vinlL with Air. und Mrs. J. W.
Freeman of South JnckBon street.
Mrs. G. II. Heard of West High
street entered tho Medlcul and Surgi
cal Sanitarium Wednesday evening
Miss Wlnulfrcd Mnrrsluill left
Thursday morning for Lovelock, Ne
vada, to spend the winter with rela
tives and friends.
Y. M. C. A. gymnnHliim class sup
plIiM, shirts, pant and shoes at Tho
Arnold Store at the lowest prices.
WANTED A farmer In vicinity of
my place on the (Hon road, Pleasant
township, to sell mo a stack of old
straw. Tom Dogardus.
Tlio Ilooslor Romance, fl.fiO edi
tion, Illustrated In color, "Riley
I Week" sale 50 cents, at The Arnold
Mrs. J. C, Spindlor hns returned to
her homo In tho city after n two
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs,
White, of Lima.
Mr, and Mrs. Francis Jennings and
daughter, Frances, of Marlon, Ohio,
art) the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Jennings, No. 2 Wooster avenue.
Mis. William Harnett, East Chest
nut street, left Thursday afternoon
for New Castlo, Pa,, where sho will
visit for ten days with relatives.
Miss JcshIo Drnnyan, nftcr soveral
weeks' Illness, has resumed her posi
tion nt the A. A. Dowds Dry Goods
Councilman Jacob Dublusky left
Thursday morning for Cleveland
where he will make u short business
Mr. and Mrs, John Treeso and
daughter, Frances, of Akron are' tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O, T, Wright
10, O, Arnold and W. A, Ackermun,
Frank L. Ream and Rev. W. A, Clem
mor of Mt, Vernon were visitors nt
the Newark Telephone company's
plant Tuosduy,--Nowurk Advocate.
Cut rates on all watch repairing.
Main spring 75c; clounlag 75c; crys
tals ICo; Jowcls, 25o to 75c. Work
guaranteed 1 year. Owens, corner
Main nnd Oaniblor streets up stairs,
Mr, Harry Perkins, who was operat
ed upon for appendicitis at tho Mt.
Vernon hospital, was moved to the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Wlsner
on I'.aiU Chestnut street Wednesday
FOR SALE Ueiicrul purpoBo horse
city broke, Kentucky bred, ago 5
yeni'H, weight about twelve hundred.
In good condition and will soil worth
the money, must sell at ouco as I am
leaving state, J, D. Strother, 909
W, Chestnut street, Doll 'phono Main
192-W; Citizens' 'phone 871 Hod. , 12
Having lost our homo by fire, wo
must soil 511 head of registered. De
laine owes and 45 head of rums.
Thcso sheep are well bred, heavy
shearers of best quality wool, Will
sell nt half price. Call at Harry
Holmes, (lamblor, Citizens' 'phono 98.
J. F. Walker, Woodblno farm, Gam
bler. Fortunes In Faces
Thero'H often much truth in tho
suylug "her fnco Is hor fortune," hut
Its never said whuio pimples, uktn
eruptions, blotches, or nthor blemish
es dlsllKiire it. Impuro blood Is back
of them ull, und shows tho need of
Dr. King's Now Life Pills. They pro
moto health and beauty. Try them.
J 25 cents at G, R, Baker & Co.
1 JNews 11
The Wesleyan Bible class of the
Gay street M. E. church enjoyed n
social evening In the church parlors
Wednesday evening. Over sixty
members of tho class were present
nt u banquet which wns followed by
an excellent muslcnl program.
Saved By" His Wife
She's n wise woman who knows
Just whnt to do when her husband's
llfrj la In danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint,
Dralntree, Vt., Is of that kind. "She
Insisted on my using Dr. King's Now
Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for a
dieadful cough, when I was so weak
my friends nil thought 1 had only a
short time to live, and It completely
cured mo." A quick cure for cougliB
and colds, It's the most safe and re
liable medicine for ninny throat and
lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup,
whooping cough, quinsy, tonsllltls,
hemorrhages. A trial convince you.
50 cts. and $1.00. Guaranteed by O.
R. linker & Co.
BUCKING A MONOPOLY
"I had an Interesting expei lento
with my Iceman the other morning,"
said tho man with tho bulging brow.
"lie wanted you to pay for your cou
pon book 'fore he'd let you have any
moro Ice, I reckon," hazarded the man
with tho bulbous nose.
"Don't get smart. For a long time,
you know, I'vo been suspecting that
ho didn't glvo mo full weight. So when
ho cnmi) this time I was ready for him.
He had put what ho called a llfty-
pound chunk In tho box nnd was about
"'Hold on a minute.' I said. 'You're
sine Hint's 50 pounds, nre you?'
"'Yep,' ho says.
" 'Well, we'll Just measure It nnd
"I had a one-foot rule In my hand. I
measured that chunk carefully. Then
I multiplied tho length, breadth and
thickness together, and got tho dimen
sions In cubic Inches. I showed him
" 'Is that right?' 1 asked him.
"'I guess so,' ho said.
"'Well, you see, there arc Just 1,5:10
I .cubic Inches In that piece. Now, I di
vide It by 30, and hold on! Dy George,
"'Yep,' ho says, ''there's 51 pounds
In It. Thank you!'
"Then what do you think ho did?
I'll bo blnmod If ho didn't take his
steel pick, chip off a pound chunk of
that Ico and carry It back to tho wa
gon with him! What's tho uso of
bucking against the Ico trust, any
way?" MIGHTY POOR FOR SOUP
(Kansas City Times)
A mnn from tho city recently spent
his vacation iu tho Ozurks, and ouo
day on ono of his tramps stopped nt
the house of n farmer for dinner. Tho
man was hungry nnd eager to tasto tho
old-fashioned country dinner, but he
could llnd no fork. Finally ho nsked
ttio farmer's wife if ho might have one.
She looked at him a moment and then
said with a superior air: "Wo don't
never use no forks In this house. Thoy
A Log On The Track
of the Inst express moans serious
trouble nhend if not removed, so docs
loss of appotlte. It means luck of
vitality, loss of strength nnd nerve
weakness. If nppetlto falls, tuko lOlcc
trie Hitters quickly to overcome tho
cuusn by toning up tho stomnch and
curing tho Indigestion. Michael Hess
helmer of Lincoln, Neb., had beon
sick over three years, but six bottles
of lOlectrle, blUors put him light on
his feet again. They have helped
thousands. They give pure blood,
strong nerves, good digestion, Only
50 cents nt Q, It. Raker & Co,
Mra, Mnry Curtis and Misses Alice
and Kdlth Curtis, who have been
spending several weeks at Atlantic
City, N, J. nro' expected homo Thurs
day, With an individual, joy comes from
tho discovered of a means of paying
his debts. Cities grow Joyful when
they find means of borrowing still
.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Rlngwalt
have gono to Now York City for u
three weeks stay.
Mis, F I, Jchnson left Tuesday for
CleveliMid where she will Join her
husbnnd, Rev. Joluibon. Thoy will
mnko their home In Clovolnnd.
Mrs. lOnunn A. Jennor wont to ML
Vinnon this morning to vlult with rela
tives for sovoinl days. MuiiBllold
Washington fnns were ad Jubilant
over tho Senators winning tho 19-ln-nl'.ig
gnme it Philadelphia as If the
Griffith Climbers had won a world:
Cut In thin slices tho white parts of
four teeks the same of two heads of
celery, and a lettuce; wash and throw
them Into boiling broth, add a pint of
young peas, a little sugar and pepper,
two large spoonfuls of flour mixed
thinly and smooth with a tablespoon
to render It smooth. After boiling ono
and one half hours pour It Into the tur
een with little "crusts" of bread fried
In drippings. The last should bo care
fully dried In tho hot closet so that
they shall be crisp and not greasy.
I Put four ounces of finely grated
bread-crumbs, four ounces of grated
Parmesan cheese, two ounces of fresh
butter, a little salt, and cayenne Into a
mortar; pound them thoroughly. Dlnd
tho mlxturo together with a well-beat-on
egg; make It up Into balls the size
of a large walnut. Egg and bread
crumb Oiese; fry until thoy nro lightly
browned. The fat must, not be quite
boiling when the puffs aro put In, or
thoy will bo too highly colored. Drain
them; sorvo very hot, piled on a nap
kin. Time, four or five minutes to fry.
Sufficient for Ilvo or six persons.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
The following recipe, as will bo seen,
contains no molasses, although some
uso both molasses and sugnr. About
six crackers, one quart milk, soak well.
One egg, scant cup of sugar, about u
cup of raisins. Spice to taste with nut
meg, cinnamon and a little salt. If
eaten without sauce It might have a
rounding cup of sugnr. Servo with or
Cream one quarter cup butter, add
gradually one cup sugar, two well
beaten eggs, ouo half cup milk add one
nnd two thirds cups flour and two and
one half teaspoons baking powder sift
ed together. Dako in largo tins.
Spread with orango filling nnd cover
top with ornngo frosting.
Mix together ono half cup sugar, two
and ono half tablespoons flour, grated
rind of ono half orango, ono half cup
orango juice, ono half tablespoonful
lemon Juice, ono egg slightly beaten,
ouo teaspoon butter. Cook 10 minutes
In doublo boiler, stirring contsantly.
Cool beforo spreading.
To grated rind of one orango add
half teaspoon lemon Julco, two table
spoonfuls orange julco and let stand 15
minutes. 'Strain; add gradually to
yolk of ari' egg beaten slightly. Stir
iu confectioners' sugar until of right
consistency to spread.
Oyster Plant (8alslfy)
Wash, scrape, and cut Into slices a
half-Inch thick, elthor crosswise, or
lengthwise but crosswise Is prefera
ble. ThioW at onco Into wator mado
slightly sour wit ha llttlo vinegar, to
keop from discoloration. Doll In salted
water until soft, then drain off tho
water nnd pour over tho vegetable a
white sauco mado as follows: Put two
tablespoonfuls of butter Into a sauce
pan, stir until molted und bubbling,
then stir In at onco two tablespoonfuls
of Hour, with a llttlo salt; when per
fectly smooth, pour Into a cupful of
hot milk, stirring all tho time until
smooth nnd creamy, but do not let boll.
Take from the tiro, boat until glossy,
und pour ovor the cooked plant.
Cook ns above until done; mash, sea
son with butter, popper and salt, shape
Into small flat cakes, roll In flour, or
dip lu beaten egg nnd roll In comment
or bread crumbs, and fry iu a llttlo but
ter, browning tho sides ns thoy aro
After pooling and seeding tho puni
kin (not squash) cut In ono-lnch cubes
and cook over a slow tiro with as llttlo
wutor us posslblo to bogin with, until
soft and dry. Mnsh fine, senson with
sugnr, a llttlo suit and splco, as you
would for plo; spread this mlxturo on
largo plates and keep In a warm placo
near a range, or In tho hot sunshine
until tho extra moisture leaves It, thou
turn out oil tho bread board and knead
with tho hands, llko dough, which will
work out the air spaces. Pack with a
vegotnblo masher In a stono crock,
sprlnklo with sugar, cover, and set
away In u cool, dry placo. An upper
sholf In a cool pantry Is a good placo
to store it. When ready to uso, take
for each pie ono henplng spoonful of
tho Jolly, sprinkling the spaco mado
by the spoon with sugar add to the Jel
ly ono egg and milk enough to prepare
for tho pie filling in tho usual way.
This makes excellent pumpkin plos.
Any good yellow squash will do. Doll
and mash as for tho table, take ono
cupful of tho squash, halt cupful of hot
vnter, butter slzo of walnut, one, table
spoonful of sugar, ono teaspoonful of
salt. Mix nil together while hot; when
root, add one-half cup of milk, ono
half cake compressed yeast dissolved
In a llttlo water, and our to make a
soft, firm dough that can bo handled.
Hot In a warm n'&ce to rise. When
light, form into biscuit, lot riso again,
bake In a quick oven, and wash the
tops over with a little sugar moistened
with hot water. Commoner.
Iatssas4siswstsssi.iftsi nyss itdjfrtt ittymntm sfjVtsssfrst Hy i iYm
Special Suit Offering
A Line of Sample Suits Reduced
Tuesday of this week we purchased of Bishop, Sterne & Stein, of Cin
cinnati, a large line of sample suits which we will sell Friday and Saturday at
One-Fourth less than regular price. This well known house has the reputation
for making only high grade, perfect fitting garments such as you will want to
wear. You will find your fashion wants anticipated in this showing and at
such a saving as to be irresistible.
Remember this offering is very unusual at this season of the year, and
means more to you now than it would later on. However, we would not have you
confused in this matter. These suits represent the last word in style, materials
and colors but on account of being a sample line we bought them at a great re
duction in which you will share.
Suits from regular stock are not included in
Both regular and extra sizes are t o be found with a range of prices from
$17.50 to $35.00.
There are about 40 suits in this 1 ot and for Friday and Saturday we have
marked them at
4 Less Than Regular Price
You will have many an occasion for rejoicing later on if you buy one of
these suits now.
fs ! at "
Is Played On A Promloent
New York, October 10 How two
affable ttrnngnrs met n Drooklyn man,
and separated him from 4,900 of
hard-earned cash by means cf the
fnko poolroom game, wus told to tho
pollco today by Charles l.eherlter.
hoheritcr lives at 270 Strand av
enuo, Droklyn. lie .says that about
eight mouths ago ho saw an adver
tisement in u morning paper which
Btnted that thoro was n mighty good
business proposition nfoot tlmt would
Interest tho right party, and by which
tho prolltp might turn out so great
that a man could get rich enough to
retire or words and phrases to that
general effect. Through tho ndvor-
tlsemont, I.ehorltor snys, ho made the
ncfiunlntnnce of a man named Frank
lin, who was stopping nt tho Astor
Mr. Krnnkllii was very pleasant,
und took him to n second mnn, whoso
nnmo tho police say they believe to
bo Fred Homscn. His now friends
took him to nn alleged poolroom lu
tho neighborhood of Forty-second
street nnd Fifth avenue.
Thero they explained that by ad
vance information wnicn tney were
nblo to obtain it was possible to place
a bet on an absolutely suro thing In
tho racing way. Oddly enough, races
wore nbout to bo run nt that very mo
ment, nnd Mr. Leherltcr was provid
ed with the namo of a guaranteed,
first-class suro thing; nnd, being bo
provided, ho placed a bet.
It was a good bet n very good bet;
for another agreeable gentleman at
tho tolophono announced that Mr,
Le'.mrltor's horse had won and Mr,
I.fJu-rltor found 100 clear profit In his
hinds. Dut why prolong a familiar
Mr. I.ehorlttor'fl now friends picked
u horsn called Double Cross, nnd
when thoy got through ploying Doublo
Cross they had exactly 4,900 of the
Lohcrltcr funds and wished t.h form
er owner a pleasant good night.
ANNCft WANT ADS .FAY
To Be Given In The Hlgb School
Auditorium This Winter
A few years back tho High School
annually undertook to afford the mu
sic loving public of Mt. Vornon, a
course tiled with very high class tal
ent. People were supplied tho best en
tertainment posslblo at a very reason
able cost in their own town without go
ing to somo larger city where tho same
concerts are yenrly booked. For some
reason in the last few years, this bene
ficial custom has been abandoned and
tho Iobs Is keenly felt. Public senti
ment recently has demanded that
thoso entertainments bo again sup
plied in a concert course. To satisfy
this domnnd the high school has se
cured this year a courso of exception
Tho number fnltng on Oct. 23, will
bo the International Operatic Co., an
organization composed of profcslonal
performers of wide oxperlcnco and rep
utation. Thoso who last winter had
tho pleasure of bearing tho I.o Drun
Opera Co. will look forward to this
number with eagor anticipation.
Following this, on Jan. 7, the South
land 8lngers will present a program of
negro melodies, lullabies wllth also an
Instrumental quartet. Tho Southland
Singers aim to portray faithfully tho
musical life of their race. People do
not tire of this style of entortalnmont
given by cducatod negroes who have
well-trained voices and who In addi
tion to their vocal quartet aro ablo to
give Instrumental and other entertain
The third number In this course on
Jan. 24, Is the Deulah Duck Quartet.
This quartet Is considered tho finest
ladles' quartet on tho lyceum plat
form. Kach momber Is a capable so
loist and their onsemblo work enables
them to give a delightfully varied pro
gram. Tho last number occurs March 24.
Sarah Mildred Wlllner has probably
tho most enviable reputation of any
reader on tho lycloura platform today
Her Interpretation ot master litera
ture productions has placed hor on tho
lyceum platform whero Sarah Horn
liurdt ranks on the stage.
Wanted an opportunity to prove
that Banner classified ads bring re
sults. Try it once.
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
Kov. Theodore M. Hofmoister, pas
tor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; proacb-.
ing, subject "Tho Greatest Thing In
tho World," at 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening.
Tho young people are requested to
bo present on Sunday evening at 6:30
for tho purpose ot organizing a Bap
tist Young People's Union. Everybody
Tho Ladles' Baptist Home and For- '"Hi
elgn Missionary Society ot Brandon "
will meet Thursday, Oct. 17th. Place,
Ktha Baxter's. Time, All day meeting.
Kov. Theodoro M. Hofmoister, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
pleaching followed by communion at
10:30 a. in. Prayer mooting Thursday
evening. Welcomo Is tho word.
j ! j Ti t t Ji t P r '
Elder G. V. McBroom
Elder G. V. McBroom, one of tho
best known nnd highly respected cit
izens of Mt. Liberty, died at his home
tbero Tuesday afternoon after a lin
gering illness of tuberculosis. Mi.
McBroom, was born Sept. 11, 1880 In M
Hocking county, 0 nnd was marriedr
to tho wife who survives him In uiwt
county In 1881. He joined the A.C.
church In early manhood, taught
school for several years and later En
tered the ministry of the church, of
his choice. He resided In Mt. Liberty
since 1903 and besides the wife U
survived by nine sons and one daugh
ter. Funeral services at the A.j ft.
church in Mt. Liberty Thursday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock by Elder O. W.
Moore or Charleston, W. Va. Burial
at Mt. Liberty.
Thomas P. Lang ton
Thomas P. Langton, tho ten-year-old
son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Patrick .1.
Langton, No. 1 Prospect street, died
nt 2 o'clock Thursday morning after
an Illness of ten days caused by diph
theria. The funeral, private, at the
house Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
Rev, L. W. Mulhano officiating. Intt
Iment In Mound View, cemetery.
that as cavil met 4 tkat. .
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