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BIC1I HILL, MlHHOVV.lt TIICIiSDATa OCTOBER 15, I03.
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DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Wall qa1p4 to trvat . of voiacm.
Vaa, mho tar auffrr.d lor rora4 al
. Special took (otvtnnrHUL
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aau la HpH4 ckllAiam iaa haktUrtaaa,
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FOR THS BOY OR BIRLI
Ol'aa aa rraaaot faw OaWaf Tmm
Wow nTMiia ftar T Kaiaaa
ttiy Wooklr Jaaraal.
The boy or rlrl run And no lt-
Ut tun thnn Knie f cromnU
Tlir aet we oftt'r eoiwUita i'.ur
lm!lnand four wirviltrtk. wltUlu
riMtnry w ! . nud !. Tim
rt U writ HuImIki) tlimiiKliout
and macula a. nice ai'i'Hranor.
Ova raoKiTioNj Any boy
or Riil who will get TtN new
tubicriptioni (or The Kansas
City Weekly Journal at ascents
each, making a total of $1.50,
tod will send us a list ct the
names together with the money,
wa will ship to his or her ad
dress, express charges prepaid,
this nice croquet act.
Itoys and girls, here is a
chance to get a very nice pres
ent. Hustle a little and get this
croquet set, as our proposition
only holds good until Nov. 1,
bend money by postoflfice or
der or draft and advise 11 of the
time of your express office.
Addies all communications
to The Kansas City Journal,
Kansas City, Mo.
jvirSend for aample copira of
tha Weekly lor canvassing.
Special Colon'at rates to Cali
fornia and the noithwest, tickets
on sale via the M. O. P. Hy.Scpt.
15 to Nov. jo, $15.00 San Fran
cisco, Los Angeloa aud intermc
Oiate points, liG.oo to Portland,
Tacoma and other coast points,
$23.50 to Spokane and interme
C. F; BEARD,
Is now ready to make
dates lor your public sales,
and is better prepaitd
than ever before to give
you complete satisfaction,
lie ia thoroughly familiar
with the pricra of all
kinds of stock and imple
ments, aod will be able to
secure for you the highest
possible price. Terms
leasonable. See hira be.
foit claiming dates. lie
is s Licensed Auctioneer
and can Rive you sny ref
erences you dt aim. Ail
C. F. BOARD.
Tvi. j'iivueca Duller A tjTuvn JJ"
r . nmcTT homav.
Mj Dear Allen 1 in en 1v j
wish you were Valerie's mother ! n om Cologne, sktuea in his nie
instead of hi-r guardian. 1 really ; tier, makes harming pieces of ar
don't m-c what use there is of a j tistic furniture out of hickory and
guardian if he does on you do, furled leaf maple wood,
lire shut up in hi country house,! Squirrels abound, and brown
while all aorta of things are Imp-i mountain rabbits ran across the
ininr and undesirable men ore road, and thia old castle is big
: , -i....: f 1
IUK ' luuirj " .
tbia ia all jumbled up, but, real! v,! na, mj housekeeper, win took,
I am so provoked with the child I a1" Ju itl delight.
I dont know what I am writing.' , al'u,t forgotten a amall
What t he menna bv her M-naeieaa ! 'ke where you can catch moun
and erratic war of Koing on, turn- i- 1'. anJ man
ing off all the niee men and P.d l-'at; ' lhe artist w.ll let jou, for
partiea whom the other girls are
runninc after . and who flaKh
v ...v .
anrh mnw unions iVllnuft aa
Klcbard IVnton, going w ..lLiDC '
with him and giving him most of
ber dances at everv cotillon and
laughing at every bint or sugga-,
tion I make and not following inv ,
adviee at all, ia more than 1 can
Everybody ia beginning to talk 1
about the roues be sends her
I'd like to know where ht get
the mesne to order American
beautiee in New York and hia
outrageously pointed attentions..
I am exasperated to the last de- i
gree, and can do absolutely noth-!
ing with the troublesome rhild.
I told her plainly the other day
that with her looks and educa
tion and wealth she certainly
ought to marry brilliantly, and
that I disapproved emphatically
of Hirhard Kenton.
Khe laughed and whistled to
ber dog and wnt out of the house.
I said I would write to you
about ber silly and "outree" eon
duet, and reminded ber of h-r
father's will, and that she mnxt
do aa yon any about marriage un
til nh-'i Lo. She Iil;i7..d out that
she would not le dictated to by
you or anylxwly on kucIi matters,
and that lick Teuton wan worth
much more than a million dollar.
If ulte were not my child I would
w uhIi my hatnlx of ber.
Now, I ri-ally thik you ought
to rome and look after Valerie
: aa 1m-r gunrdiau.
j tfhe was ulwaya the ueTest
i and most uumanageablo child,
and so unlike other gii 1.
Hhe takes iii( rent in all mi (
of que-r jM'ople and thii;g, nd
none at all in Iter gownn. When
we wire in i an. i cmrcuieu er ,
to come with me to consult iK.u ;
rei anu oruer some co,uu.es io .
winter. 8he said that wan none,
of ber business, but iotivts;
that ahe was nodrcssuuiki r. Just
fancv. I learnetl the olWr dav bv
aeciocnt mat sue was helping
some iropoveriBneu naiian wni -
an who claims, 1 suppose, to W a
countess-to raise silk worms.
I nearly fainted when 1 heard
VI It. or am llilir 1 UK 1 I'lllill p
throughout the bouse next.
You really must do otm
ibin'g, my dear Alleu. You'd bet
1. t . in 1. .. :n
.Yours with a nervous heiol.li he,
The Cottage 011 the I'litTs.
Jly Hear Val Aren't ,mu rath
fr tired of your iintnrting picas
ures? Toujoiirs l'eidiix ci ts to
le ruthcr sickening, and a little
rhauge and variety is a womb r
(ul toule to brace up one's j.ili-d
appreciation of pleasures, which
li oiuo tuouotonous by coitsiant
1 bear jou are growing pah-.
and your rosea me fading, so I
thought of you yesterday while
watching a clear skinned moun-
taiu girl trudging by with u ptiil
of milk and the idea occurred to
lue that If you would run up here
fO these solitudes for U few Weeks
or mouitis, my near mo pii
uant contrast kJ this life with
vour ceiuelcsa tuiinoil and rush
would amuse vou.
Here you would have nothing
ou earth to do but drhc or stroll
through the mountains aud chat
with your old guardian in the
tveuiuga, until you get sleepy and
go to U'd.
An artist of some value conies
here every summer to sketch uud
paint, uud you mut ghe him a
few aittings, so that when ou
leave the hermit of these wilds
and go btuk to jour youthful und
lt'llhiial frivolities, jbur linage
will remain behiud on the wulla
it hi library, to kccj biiu com
pany durlus the Kig w lutvr U'U-
What induecms-iits tan I offer
jou? The open patches on th
ftlM-N of the mountains are whit
with daisies, tJlcu Hirnie falli
tumble and roar a half mile away,
tin Ocrman cabinet roster
;i7! cninfort.-itile. anil lira, liar-
iiii' iab.tr auu iiff ifiia air uui.
There in a amall picturesque
' : -. t . M .. .1 2 .Inn
"'np the rave of the aettmg
sun, preaches its own lesson, and
the sound of. its little bell ia dia
tiuetly heard from the terrace of
my castle, a pretty terrace, Vat,
where you and I will sit and take
our coffee after dinner, following
the mode of Europe, while listen
ing to the tinkling of the cow bells,
as "the herd winds slowly o'er
Will you come, Val? Yours
Of course I will, and with joy
unspeakable, Cousin Allen, if only
to cscaiio pertu'cution, stale and
unprofitable gossip, auamma'a re
proachful glances and a fat man
and his glasw You mayexect
jour troublesome ward any day.
1 can't iOhsibly sty when, be
cause our engagement list is
crowded and tlien mater will nev
er let me off from attending at
least one half of these fearful
functions, which have become
the Kccne of an exciting game of
hide aud wek, carried on by a pur
suer and a pursued. The fat man,
w ln possf xcs a few railroad.
; some tow us and villages, and half
the I'acifie coast mamma says,
and the w riter of this note, tl
bo y on w ill be able to read it.)
j If it were not for the kindly
help of a nin Woy, li k Kenton,
who wariia me tf my enemy a aj-
j jn oai h and hcli-a me to elude him,
' mid usually Usds hiiu at the ta
ble with muunua and a rham
liagnc bottle, I would havefullru
ijiio his cltithcs de gwrre lase
and the j-oor victim, Valerie Farn
; bi!. would have diel a hideous
1 death, in white satin and Venhv
,( ,,e MUIJ
oIlU H ,; h.
Ut).r el)aMlitfI1 vou can
r(i.diz( th(, utUT L't with
wiln h I tlee away to you aud your
castle on the heights, and not a
soui snail Know wix-re i uitr
. . .it. . t a v -
illlt. 1 , ,H)Kjtively U-ginning
,, i,,...!,,. mv "monotonous ideas
j ,.,. llH vul, riCVerly call our
,,.,; auj utheriugs, .lo
! ..,...,, ., d-.n.-sst
coiisiu, if jour imitation bud not
come just when it did 1 would
base iictvpted. an auto ride with
my tietsecutor, the fat man, as a
ible alternative endiug lu
atead of the ollo r liiiiU.
The delight of tramping through
tieUU of il.iifcies, milkiug cows
diil jou not include milking iu the.
list of rural diversions you offer
iind listening to lilett llirulo
falls, uud jour sweet cburcU
1 think 1 will give mamma the
slip, let her d the treadmill
round of dinners and other weari
some thin;;, aud will take the
train without even Annette, and
w ill ruu up to jou to morrow.
ll.ne you any pretty, rosy
faced cbilSrcu in jour moun
tain? Who is your artist? 1
kuow only one. lie is wcll.be is
u vci v remarkable man, and 1 w ill
... . ..
oiJ aioui nun w ueu we
ittiug ou u.ur tenuce siiq iug
lie. to, locs the inouutaius
I Ulieve Utter thuu anything
except bis ait. He has just left
(own. lie wants to tJu.su some
womb i ful picture.
He will base a great reputation
some day, my artist, lie has real
tf course 1 will sit to have iny
pirtrait piutel If jou want roe
ou jour libra.y walls, although if
jou will only Unite me 1 will take
up my j-ft-riuatieiit jiIkkIc lu jour
castle Hud gladly forget tbe
woil.l, its jHftiups auj vanities, tbe
fat owner of railroads and an
uuto, and my artist friend, who is
am u u d-ar, jolly fvllw, C&lj
uuii tua taleatsjvla
' L-n iJ yo sajr run would
eipeet me? Wedneadaj? Whr
not tomorrow atght?
With leligbtf! antkiatkna
of freedom, raws and daUiea and
long, confidential hats.
Tbe rastle on the Cliffs.
My IVar Hir If not V ab
sorbed In your present work I
would esteem It a great favor if
you will consent to paint a Jit--alee
portrait of my ward, w ho w ill
be my goeat In the mountain for
a few weeks abortly.
She will give you sittings In
any room you may select, and your
terms will be entirely satisfactory
I bare seen and very much ad
mire some of vor work. Allow 1
low me to euggest day after to
morrow at one o'clock In the
afternoon for tbe firtt sitting.
I will add tha tbe young lady
has considerable beauty, a eonsid
eration which osuallr most have
weight with a talented artist.
With regards, yours very truly.
Tbe Caetle on the Cliffs.
My lear Puson Val arrived
safely last evening, and I trust 1
ran safely promise to send ber
back to you in good health aod
If you will only stop trying to
drive the child, and win realise
that you can't possibly thrust a
round ball into a square hole, t bat
Valerie is a most remarkable
young womaa, bigh spirited, inde
pendent and beautiful, and utter
ly unamenable to sordid reasons
which would readily influence a
less noble and kfgh strung nature,
you would spare yourself endless
trouble and tbe child much mor
tification and unhappiness.
Let ber alone is my earnest ad
vice to you. Of oue thing you may
be aure, wisely r unwisely but
I think wisely, for Val has as keen
an intellect at ahe has a tender
and true heart she will make
ber own selection, and shape ber
own future, and any urging on
your part or interference will be
time w asted, my dear friend.
She has not mentioned tbe im
pecunious fellow, Kicbard Fen
ton, you w rote me of, 1-nt alludes
frequently to an artist friend
whom she says is a genius. To my
mind there is more danger in that
direction. I w ill get ber to tell me
I am about to bare m portrait
painted of Val by an artist of re
markable talent who comes up
here ia the summertime.
Again I repeat and urge, let her
Ilelieve me, my dear Susan, cor
Tbey aat on the lerraee togeth
er and Val bad just declared ber
unalterable conviction ou a cer
l agnv with you, my dear," Al
ln sabl, amiling gravely, "tialy,
little girl, the choir,- must W w Utv
A life's happiness Is a grate con
abV ration. F.verything pak-aluto
Innigniflcanee beside it. Hut Vt
must Ik a certainty of happinesa.
Tell rue about your artist, tbW
wonderful genius, the thuugkt ot
whom gives so aoft a llxhl to
your eyes ana iu.iU.-. tr,. Vor
flicker In your check. Who U
The shadows were lengthening;
the terrace, and tlx great
mountain rau;ea nielt-d off In
long sinduUtion in the distance.
The acene was fair and twautiful,
and daisies covered the sunlit
Valerie turned slowlv and
looked full at Allen from exes of
wonderful Uepta ami leauty.
There were steps heard In the
. I S,.H lid l.nflvr i.I,i.iv.I ii lit
j "or w here tney sat.
Valerie sprang up
sprang up with a slight
I rrv and t-Xtt-uded both bands
Then turning, she led lik for
"Here St I, cousin my bappt
ness," she said, smiling radiantly.
Tbe Castle on tbe Cliffs.
My Hear Jusan Uihard Feu
ton la a Sue frllow and an artist
of genius, lie will be a celebrity.
Val Is engaged to bliu w is a mj p
iMu-tdiatresayoursKif. if bp
piness is to l found 011 earth
thev will base U
Writ and roogratuUte
child. Yours cordal)v,
Tbcfe sie stftl iifpr;s ia the
1 biiippine crr.u
jot ofI.le.J.,n', fc.rawu. . i.
the chtl sofpfi lir.g
tion tt previous evijuattt
population of i'ue rtii;jc!aro,
which fsnged s'J the wy irom y,
000.000 to 10,000.000, wJslIe these-
ual erufrerttKn sos (
Si 'l 1
f " a
Tbe Spaniards never loom a care
ful cenos, gueir, j at the
of Filipinos as they gus t iheifi
1 t -.: . : Tk.. ...... .
ed wrong every time, and tbe revn
was that Uncle Sii in tie
champion guesvtr stepped
111 aii-rj j
did the job for them and did
tbo'onghlr. In tbe execution &!
field work tltre were 56 saperviv-1
ors, esch with a clerk and
ger; 93S specis! agents, 61 special
enumerators and 5,51 enumerators
and as miry cnumerauoil districts.
The total of the wild tribes enum
erated shows at about Gco.ooo,
though the returns from the tJT.cta!
enumerators' reports are to tbe ef
fect that the populmtioa generally are
"wild" when comnsnded to stand
up aod be counted, They bad nev
er done it before, and havir.e been
so long under Spaosnh rule tbt
they had acquired the habit of nev.r
domg anything they or their ancev
tors bad iot beta accu;omed to dt-
m?. thev. to nut it m::j.v. iSita it
" " ' '
the enumerators. In tbe provinces I
ot LSulacan. Uitirg2s, .-.t)iy, L.sg
una and Rizal the officials were
held up by ladroncs, who took their'
pouches away from tbem, but tothe
astonishment of tbe census takers, j
did not molest their schedules".
With not quite 7,000,000 Phil-
ipinoes scattered throughout their i,
000 islands, extending over a dis
tance equal to that between tha
north end of Maine and the south
end of FlonJa, the arch pelago is
not so very populous after a!!.
Court House News.
Grand Jurv met at 2 D
Monday and for thirty minutes
the Judge charged them as to
their duties on this occasion.
To investigate felonies sad
misdemeanors; to inspect
the county oftces: the poor
fjr.Tl and epeciai!y t-3 intiU;nte
the dram shop law and the sale of
vvhiiky as a beteiage. The Court
appointed H. Pbiibrick as foreman,
and Mr J. E. Dowell was elected
e'erk. Several cf the iurors whose
names weje publitheJ !t week as
members of the panel, were excus
ed on account ot sickness or other
cause and the jury as sworn was at
follows: Messrs. 11. Pbilbrick,
HUfre arc )oj going?
WUl art )oa delnq vith )osr life?
? vhom docs it ttlong?
Vtfccre dii)ou Qft it?
Caa )ca scpply ell )oaf etc is?
Tliua sto.lt I.
e tlir llt tli v
,;v, W(U Bn thv he-r, .,l4 w ltU a;,
mv soul, mui ith nil tir imnu .
I Tliou sl.it!! !) tf-r m-!;bli'r tU.v-1
I .-. 1 . . .u , - . r
:i t;;e slutitsl SSIol
liort 4 i'h ii'-ry t
111 una 3. '
It w-fciv v t.;v not usimil w ? !
lunke liUu is I'-ir. 1 Joint t. !. f
"r bw will thou la tt.yi,
lici-tlx-r. k't le J'lil! out t!..e riote ut ij
lu ,UlWuu .vr? "-Matt. t. 14
! ttiUH-re, atvi i-r.iKi. in-.-ftiu to
'-what u t?.at to th.v?
; thou me." Ji.Uu :i. -."V.
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4 i vvJ
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'an. I 1: 1 r'.c'itr-tiif-
tuh.; ha t- ! !--t
h are Upt t y t!: jv-r t
W.wt liirovi taut ui't- ftv.-vl HH.-it,
rea.lv t. t- rvvvuk-vl lu IW l.wt titue.
I tVt. l.i.
Christ has ability to save you.
Wbcictotv l-e W V'. to sate them to th clttniwt thai coue
unto tlvsl t-y bim, u.g becscr lisctl) to make i:ittrccsiw tor theui."
Comototho special services attho.Wal-
' nut St. M- E. Church,
October 18 1903.
anil every night until further notice.
CHAS. C. JAMES, Paster,
'UjftTiin, 3. E !!, c!rr5s. Le
(Johnson, Js. I?. F;w.pww. 3rtlfe
t,f U'" D' Aotin, V. J. Bard J IK
L, Ivdrfogion. Tbe ary went si
onte Uj their room sfd si 5 o'clock
J-orned to 8 o'clock Toev'sy
j TLe loisl tz f t-'f tt irrfcT
I sn sversge of fifff-s-s yert asd G
Oat merrsV-r aa O-JJ
,e '' 9 Maso., 5 are j
asoni "j 4 9T
Kn;rht TetnpUrs. Ttree are rceai- (
1 trs of the C P. charch, 3 cf tbe j
' iie!Chrit!ais cortb, t f the M. E- 1
Ci.nrci., "aai 7 tie S3 trfti f-
Three cesvlers t:&r.f
to know secret s&cicuea mi c "j
two have former!;; td dai i" tie ;
T be petit jury reported fr tz
on Wev"oefy nvortsf. Rrrrd.
MlsH CUISe4 Exa.svU.
The L'nlteJ States cinl service
commission assosacet that eus-j
ioaUocs will be held ia tbe go tera-
.mect bsildieg at JeSero City at
fellows;- October a;, assistant !ar-
Jdalrvmla I-'laa service".
saliry, $Soo; Pbillipice service,
. : .'-.1. .-4 t .
Coo; jacket writer, J:6oo; f roc!
reaier and reviser, $:ooo, coxpos
itsr. $1400; cosr posi tor (linotype
operator), I14SC; bookbiodw, $t,
400; pressman, $ 1400, ehtctrotjp
er, $1400; pi iota-en graver, $1400,
interpreter ( Roumanian and Slav
ic), for Indian service ; Cbinese ia
spector (department of commerce
and labor); bookkeeper, (Philip
pine service V. Oa the tame date,
and coctiauing the next day. these
examinations will b held: Law
clerk, ; mechanical draughts
man (ordnance departsseat at
large), $uoo; civil etsgiaeer (Pbi
! bppine service), $1400 to $:oo
no men tr.ere are a. wars lii--.
to be taken advantage of ; Tbe wo- i
men make their owa cppottucltes.
It is an encouraging a.gn ia our
development that the your.g women
hod vocations suitable to them
Whv, if my wife woe'd allow me,
I would have a young woman f.ilieg
every position ct stenographer ia
my office. I plead gviliy. I admire
them. I bas e more confi iencc in
women iban I have in tbe boys
Tbry are more industrious, more
efficient and a good deal safer
( -tl. I bava t uVn but I'm
nt r-t iuii-r."
"W-U. 1 eta nvttUe woratslniwr.'
Tberv r i iuny byjK-rtti-a) !a
"It w i- hurt my bultwis.'
"I ciuuol bold out."
Rich Hill, Mo., coia-
Fin? Xtz:t tl:zi::l
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M Ult k-.- -a.
IrtTSTIJ fti tTSt Z7.i tils U
Ja It VsiHS cf ftj fsi.
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ai " te ci
juck. Ksreii::i-r; Swclx.ea
tL f U La?
a erJiiiit ci ta tt sp-ecitrerti cf
tie best tree ia. Ji. IS. Gear. 17, cf
Se-JaLa. CLajmis cS ti Ccib.ts's
tioa't Xrr.-artxe-.t cf Live Strxk
vy the avaris re-ciJ tj JTl
sviri iicckasAa at tie prnrvciJ
World's Fain aaJ tie rxr't3tl.'
iatrre-st d tjlsjti t-j tie tt.tcke-a
of tie alste. tii.tatt ir.! th sccci
isttresia rjTss-t-J si! be a
tosree c prsde to e ery ir.vsc-sirtai
It is expected 13 sbs-w yrr
o.c g rirrt tjs La evtry LfteJ a.,J
varirtv ci Lt t'zk.
He wowli tmt pel ihr saw; r!i
bis bam becsBse "t'jc zxn-n wat aet
ngbt." as be rxpresi !t ; i w-v;i
not pact bU
pc'i.: e.-!ie? ss
was rgti." ad
wosld starve b!sfe ht w&dij s.S
dwn w Ixh tieiie cacct to
a meal, aai wm'A ft-js ih bete
fit of a 2w ev.s;rsc-a rate fcef it
he would sij-t ca a jjurcry zn a
Friday, j - J yet be kaew, cr claira
ed to ksow, j.-t how the caxstrj,
state atiJnjt -a shoulJ L rati, be-
iievicg iaao overr' r.g Prssi
read the ihi-iy papers as-i bi-i
good deal D say ah-iut the enlight
ened age ia h.;h be lived, wheri a
foolish stper-ti;kr dominated a;i
LU actions, as muc'ii a thugh fcc
were a Zttla ci Suta Africa, cr a
Tagal in Ctt Pt.I.';?i&e. Qster
notice cr riNU stnumr.
Nvtie U b-r-t, k!to to nil cr'.'
!tor and olba-rs tnt-reti la tt
alate vt E-tij,u.iia XI. Cui a, i!.iYi
ed. tliat L XIaluaMS i-.U- iMtles. r-v-utrtx
c-l mUI tt. Intcn.I ta tuaa
float art tie uw-ct tis-r",, at tlx? twit
terra tu t'it-a tYmatjr t'rit't
' uurt. fa tm'-rm r,u. ( itiia-
siurt. t- be j at It 4 tlee. S4)urt,
on the th 'Jar ol N rm hr. 1.S.
sjstsvis 1'ri.i.s I'.ti.as.
Lew C:i-Waj Stars' Ratsx 3
From N-i.tetorr I' until Niv-il.-e
JD, l-S-ti, tb ti-urtiuttHs uok ?!
low ooe-wajr nftinUt rnU-n t t u.il
Iftjruiia. UreiMB, Wau!.o;;tiin, I Uho.
VJ.jutaux. 1h rwi'sctioii U from Z
t ) lf r cirat. truui tUe mj'iUr nttra.
The tlurhuit.in, with St4 r!i
lua'.u liiv-s au l tive cUisir c ir, lt
n-.-M-U.ia ll-.e U.t an-t Nort&wvsl via
Ivuver. r..'.Ut.sa v sr. t'anl.
'The PuriiUojtitt-Noft'tJiecis lai.-bte
I'.sjireoa" U tiV jtrvit U ii!.r thr.u;,-'ft
trn!u with cfmir i'n au-i Lmri.t
l'Uiit S-'iiaJ auj tutor uidtt
Tl bui!iniiitt s WrvVIjr lrui
ai!y ton !'" u.l I'KUtortA . i-ifor.! tta
IU Ihrvutl ti.ui Ut l..-eit-r arr ;.
the ttii;i; ( r --..t.t tourisU a.i t -i-tii'r.
Tin r.i-iltf U tVuver, ek-ruic
C.KrnJij aud iviilt lvk.
TUi-ae arv run tti.j first au.l tb-r.l
Tueoilavs ft-t each In mill at Ui-ir'l-ni.ftU-Sy
bait riih-a t.r lU ryiiuJ S i i.
It w ill W a. i U'.iaurv lr t rIh
you ii bvtvurt aa..l tnfir!iiitlvB i'v
eljr to aujr lujuuu.
L. J. anient. i.w. waattar,
1. r. a, t-i V.- o. I
a. . r. A . a., ai..a it.
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