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1 Verdict for Dr Pierce PierceAQAIS8T
1 AQAIS8T THE THELadles TilELadles TELadies
Ladles Home Journal Journalfencltne JournalEndlnr JournalI
I 11L fencltne truth after ftcr a He It Is an old oldtnaxlmlhat oldmaxlmthiLt oldmaxlm
maxlm tnaxlmlhat that a 1 He will travel seven sevenleagues I Ilenguci ir
r I r leagues whllo truth Is getting Its boots bootson bootson tootsno
no on on and no doubt hundreds of thousands thousandsof I Iof
J of good people read the unwarranted and andrMlclous andart
art i rMlclous r tiicloua attack upon Dr K 1L V Pierce Pierceand Plercoand I II
I r1i c and his hlsIaverlte Favorlt Prescription Prescrlptlonpublished Prescrlptlonpublished1n published publishedin
in the May Ma 1001 number of the Ladles LadlesHomo Ll les lesJIomeJournal
atl t Homo JIomeJournal Journal with Its great black dis display dlspIn disht ¬
7 ht play pIn headings who never no vcr saw tho hum humble humble humt ¬
ble groveling retraction with Its Incon Inconiplcuous IncolIIplcuous inconti
t t iplcuous heading published publl hcd two months monthsUter monthlater monthsl
ti i later It Itwasboldlychargedlnthesland Itwasboldlychargedlntheslandi114 was boldly charged In the sland slanderous slnnderou ¬
CL i114 iu l erous and libelous article that Dr Pierce PierceFavorite Plercosluorlte
II tot e I Favorite Prescription for the cure of ofwomans ofwomans ofIt
It t womans weaknesses and ailments con contained contalned contanned ¬
tanned alcohol and other harmful harmfullnllredl harmfullnllredlents Ingredi Ingredients ingredllit ¬
lit t ents Dr Ilerco promptly brought suit suitgainst ult ultaralnst
e against the publishers rubllshers of the Ladles LadlesHomo LadlcsDome
n Homo HomeJourealfor Journal for f30000000 0000000damages 0000000damagesDr damage damageDr
Dr PIerce alleged that Mr Hofc the theeditor theedlwr theW I
W i S editor editor maliciously published the article articlecontaining nrtlclocontaining
11 dtt t s containing such uch false and defamatory defamatorymatter delamatDr1metter
ti matter wlUf wit the Intent of Injuring his histmslnej hisbuslncc hisbusine
tmslnej buslncc rTurthormore urthermort Mint no alcohol or orother orether
d other furious Jurlou or habitforming habit forming drugs drugsro druasaro
a a are ro oryet or er vere contained In his Fa Favorite Favorlte Fasil ¬
sil j vorite yeyfIptlon e es Iptlon j that said medicine medicineIs
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1 I t basinets of Dr Ilerco w WI i ercatlr Injured by bythe lIyahe byShe
4 the publication of the he libelous 1I lou article with withIts withf fltllau
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1 r i 4 ever rer brought before tore a Jury In tho Supreme SupremeCourt uprcmo j
Court lCoer urt of Now York State which hlch promptly promptlynderld I Irendered
yi fin rendered nderld a verdict In the Doctors favor livorThus fnorbu favorbus
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Probably Probbl tho greatest sufferer from frommthe fromthe fromthe
the discontinuance of free passes is isthe Isthe isthe
the Pullman Company Very Ver few of ofthe otthe ofthe
the thousands who received free rail railway railway railway ¬
way transportation enjoyed any faT favors faTors fayors ¬
ors at the hands of the Pullmans PullmansThey PullmansThey PullmansThey
They paid for their berths like othor othorpassengers othorplssengers otherpassengers
passengers RidIng without cost coatthey costthey costthey
they generally felt able to Indulge In latho Intho inthe
tho luxury luxul of a bed Cutting off the thobulk tb tbbulk thebulk
bulk of this travel tr el has cut off many manythousands m3nTthousaeds manythousands
thousands of the Pullmans revenue revenueIn
In fact hundreds hU llreds of sleeping cars art arthauled arthauled arehauled
hauled back and forth now that ur urlittle IIrIIttio sirs sirsllttlo
little more than so many emptiesAny empties emptioLAny emptiesAny
Any commercial traveler will bear bearwitness bearwltn bearwitness
witness wltn s of this thsKan Kansas as City Journal JournalCONSOLATION JourDtLlCO JournalCONSOLATION
His Wife WifeAt At last my eyes are open opento opento opento
to the fact that you ou married me for formy f formy r rmy
my money moneyHer moneyHer moneyHer
Her Husband HusbandWell Well that ought to tobo tobe tobe
be some consolation my dear dearHis d dearHis ar arHIs
His wife wifeSome Some consolation consolntlonlHer I IHer f fHer
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alize that I am not as big a fool as aayou asyou asyou
you thought I was wasTltDlts wasTltDltsCURES wasTit TitBits TitBitsCURES Dits DitsCURES
S Sulphur nlptmr the Accepted Remedy for a aHundred AIIl1nllred aIluntlccd
Hundred Years VenrsSulphur YenrsSulpbur YearsSulphur
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nature ever gave to man Every CI physician physiciannow physicianknews physicianknows
knows now it cures skin and blood trouble troubleancocks troublCJIlJmeocks troublesHaneocks
ancocks Liquid Sulphur enables you to toct
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wafers or powdered sulphur In molasses molawenHancocks molnaleIBnncock molassesHancock
Hancock Liquid Sulphur is pleasant to toake t < l
and perfect p rlect In its It action Druggists
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A well known citizen of Danville Pa Panbci PalllTItCtl Pawrites
nbci I have had an aggravated case of ofJczema
for over twentyfive years ears I have haveised
seven BOcent tiOe f0 cent nt bottles of the Liquid Liquidnd
nd one jar of your Hancocks Liquid Sul Sulihxir
ihxir Ointment and now I feel as a though thoughhad
had a brand new pair of hands It ha haTired h has
me and I am certain It t will cure any anyme
if they persist in using Hancocks Hancocksiquid
Sulphur according to direction directionsBuTLKR directionBUTLER directionBurran
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An upcountry up couutry business man was wasnee wasonce I
once nee Introduced to Abbot Lawrence LawrenceMr
Mr r Smith said Mr Lawrence Lawrence1th Lawrencewith Lawrencewith
with 1th a musing air I dont think thinkTtnow thInkI
I know 1 < now you ou do 11 11Well I INell
Well you OU ought to was lIS the re reily reopI reply
pI ply ily Ive traded with you OU for twen tweny twenty twenty
ty y years yearsAlways yearsAlways ears earsAlways
Always paid your bills perhaps perhapsOf
Of course courseThat courseThat courseThat
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Lawrence nwrence I know the others othersoston othersDoston othersBoston
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Place for Good Books BooksThe BooksThe BooksThe
The very best b st place for a thoroughly thoroughlygood tharoughlygood thoroughlygood
good book is In your head and your yourheart yourheart yourheart
heart If it is not worthy wort1 y of being kept keptthere keptthere keptthere
there it t is of little importance where whereit
it is kept or how soon you OU get rid of ofIt atItFram ofItFrom
It ItFram From Books and Reading In St StNicholas StNicholas StNicholas
Nicholas NicholasBoys NicholasBoys NicholasBoys
Boys Composition on Hornets HornetsThe HornetsThe HornetsThe
The hornet is the smartest bug that thatflies thatfiles thatfiles
files anywhere He comes when hen ho hopleases heplenses hopleases
pleases and goes when he gets ready readyOne readyOne readyOne
One way wa a hornet shows his smartness smartnessis
is by attending to his own business businessand businessand businessand
and making everyone who Interferes Interfereswith Interfereswith Interfereswith
with him wish he had done one the same samething samethIng samething
thing thingWhen thIngWhen thingWhen
When a hornet stings a fellow he heknows heImows heknows
knows it never stops talking about it itas Itas t tas
as long as his friends will listen to tohim tohim tohim
him One day a hornet stung pa my mypa mypa mypa
pa is a preacher on the nose and he hedid hedid bedid
did not do any an pastoral visiting for a amonth amonth I Imonth
month without talking about that hor hornet hornet barnet ¬
Another way a hornet shows his hissmartness hissm3rtness hissmartness
smartness is by not procrastinating If Ifhe Ifhe Ifhe
he has any business with you OU he will willattend willattend willattend
attend to It at once and then leave you youto youto ou outo
to think it over yourself ourself He dont do dolike doIIIto dolike
like the mosquito who comes fooling foolingaround foalingaround foolingaround
around for half a hour singing singingCousin singingCousin singingCousin
Cousin Cousin and then when he hehas
has bled you OU all he can dash away awayyelling awayyelling awayyelling
yelling No kin A hornet never neverbleeds neverbleeds neverbleeds
bleeds you but if he sticks you OU you youwill youwill youwill
will go off on a swell swellI
I dont know anything more about abouthornets nbouthornets abouthornets
hornets only that Josh Billings says saysA sasA saysA
A hornet i fa an inflammlble Josh was wasa
a poor speller buzzer sudden sudd ll in his hisImpreshuns hisImpreshuns hisimpreshuna
Impreshuns and rather hasty In his hisconclusions hisI hisconclusions
I conclusions or end endEpworth Epworth Herald HeraldThe HeraldI HeraldThe HeraldThe
The Sparrows Mishap MishapA
A little bird incident I saw recently recentlyproves recentlyproves recentlyproves
proves beyond doubt that among the theemotions theemotlous theemotions
emotions accredited to the feathered featheredcreatures fentheredcreatures featheredcreatures
creatures their sympathy for each eachother eachother eachother
other in time of trouble is a fact writes writesThomas writesThomas writesThomas
Thomas Hayes Uzzell in Birds and andNature andNaturo andNature
Nature One winter morning while whilewalking whilewalking whilewalking
walking to school I was attracted by bya
a loud commotion in a nearby maple maplecreated maplecreated maplecreated
created by about a dozen English spar sparrows sparrows sparrows ¬
rows It seems that one had caught caughthis caughthis caughthis
his tallfeathers in a crevice of the thebark thebark thebark
bark and loosing his balance had fal fallen fallen fallen ¬
len headlong over the branch only to tohang tohang tohang
hang securely fastened tast lled by his tall tallHls tallHlsfrantic His Hisfrantic Hisfrantic
frantic efforts to release himself himself were wereof wereof wereof
of no avail vnll for the more he fluttered flutteredand flutterednnd flutteredand
and chirped the more firmly firml the thefeathers thefeathers thefeathers
feathers seemed to bold His mates matesand matesand matesand
and neighbors were soon drawn In Innumbers Innumbers innumbers
numbers about him and their efforts effortsto
to help him were amusing and curious curiousTwo curiousTwo curiousTwo
Two or three at a time would actu actually nctunlly actually ¬
ally hang on him and the way they theyhopped theyhopped theyhopped
hopped about chirped and took turns turnsat turnsnt turnsat
at banging on their unfortunate unfortunatebrother unfortunatebrother unfortunatebrother
brother would wring pity from a heart heartof heartot heartof
of stone Shook the tree violently nnd nndscared nndscared andscared
scared all the birds away but still the thetailfeathers thetallfeathers thetallfeathers
tallfeathers held fast When finally I Isucceeded Isucceeded Isucceeded
succeeded In freeing him he fluttered flutteredaway fiutteredaway flutteredaway
away nearly exhausted a frightened frightenedbut
but thankful sparrow sparrowRams Rams HornHow Horn HornHow HornHow
How Gordon Kept Shop ShopWhen ShopWben ShopWhen
When Gen Gordon first went to the theSoudan theSoudan theSoudan
Soudan he found that the native chiefs chiefskriew chiefskrlew chiefsknew
knew nothing about money or It use useAH useAll useAll
All the European traders who had hadvisited hndylslted hadvisited
visited the country up to that time bad badp31d had hadpaid hadpaid
paid the chiefs with a handful of beads beadsor
or a few pieces ot calico for any worc worcwhich worlt worltwhIch wor7cwhich
which they had done and the chiefs chiefsprized chiefsprized chiefsprized
prized the beads and calico far more morethan morethan morethan
than copper or silver coins coinsNow coinsNow coinsNow
Now Gen Gordon was not quitesat quitesatisfied quite sat satisfied satIsfiod ¬
isfied to rodo do merely as other people p ople had haddone haddone haddone
done lIe thougnt thoug t it was time these thesegrownup the thesegrownup e egrownupchlldreD
grownup grownupchlldreD children learned to buy and andsell andsell andsell
sell with Hh the help of money But Buts as
themselves wanted none non of ofbis ofbls ofbits
the people
bits money he was puzzled how lo teach teachthem leachtJam teachthem
them to use It ItAt ItAt itAt
At feasth he hit upon a a rather ratherclever rathercleer ratherclever
clever plan Ho main a number of little littlepiles MtlelIlies littleplies
piles or IoU of beads wire wtl e and other othertilings otherthings otherthings
things whichthey which they valued and which whichthey whlcbthey whichthey
they usually received as the pay for fortjelr fortJulr forticir
tjelr labors But when pay pa day arriv arrived 3rrlved arrived ¬
ed he gave each man a srea small coin conequal coincq coincq <
equal cq Jal al to an English En lIsh penny In value valueWhen valueWhen valueWhen
When each cllchman man had received his pay payGen payCen payCen
Cen Gordea playing at peeping shop shopoffered shopol shopoffered
offered ol ered to exchange one of his piles of ofbeads otbeads ofbeads
beads or wire for each coin Toe be men mensoon men800n mensoon
soon saw what was wanted and thus thuslearned thuslearned thuslearned
learned the use of money mane Then Gor Gordon GordOll Gordon ¬
don put before them other things of ofgreater ofcreater ofgreater
greater value Kid told them how many manycoins manycoins manycoins
coins he would take for each When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the men saw what things were to be bebought beought bebought
bought by saving up a few coins they theyrefused theyrefused theyrefused
refused to buy any more more beads No Nothey Nothey Nothey
they said we will keep the money till tillwe tillwe tillwe
we get more and can buy more expen expensive expensive expensive ¬
sive things thlngsChntttrlox thlngsChntttrloxA Cbatttrtox CbatttrtoxA t tA
A Wine Elephant ElephantOur
Our fine Indian elephant Gutida has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not only grown stouter and taller but buthe buthe buthe
he has also developed In Intelligence Intelligenceand
and sagacity in a rcarner mnr uer that is bound boundto
to make him famous UILOUS The greatest greatestcars greatesthas
cars 1 has been eserdsed exerd ed with his train training trainIng training ¬
ing food and everyday eer da life and thus thusfar thusfut thusfar
far It t appears npp rs to be labor wisely ex expended expended expended ¬
pended If actions speak for ar them themselves themseJes themselves ¬
selves he appreciate the attention be bestowed bestowed bestowed ¬
stowed upon him In numerous ways wayshe wayshe wayshe
he indicates his complete satisfaction satisfactionas
as to his bill of fare and the kindness kindnessof
of f the keepers He kneels at command commandsalutes conlmandslIutes commandsalutes
salutes shakes hands and has lately latelybecome latelybecome latelybecome
become a banker Some of the devious deviousmetods dellousmetods deviousmetods
metods he employs In his particular particularbank IJartlcularbank particularbank
bank Indicate that there will be seri serious serlous serious ¬
ous trouble unless he mends his ways waysIf wasIf waysIf
If one throws a penny on the floor floorhe noorhe floorhe
he picks It up and drops it Into the thebox thebox thebox
box above his bead after which he herings berIngs herings
rings a bell with his trunk Then he helooks helooks helooks
looks for a reward It it is not forth forthcoming forthcoming forthcoming ¬
coming In the shape of forage bis biscuits biscuits biscults ¬
cuits or peanuts he rings the bell until untilit
it does come comeIt comeIt comeIt
It was soon apparent that although althoughthe
the deposits were heavy there was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also a correspondingly heavy shortage shortageUpon shortageUpon I
Upon inspecting the books it was waslearned waslearned I Ilearned
learned that the teller dropped the thecent thecent r rcent
cent Into the box but afterward very verydeftly verydeftly i ideftly
deftly picked it t out and put it into his hismouth blsmouth hismouth
mouth When the keeper was away he heput heput heput
put It on the floor until a visitor came camealong C3mealong camealong
along when he went through the form formof formof formof
of dropping it lu again and ringing ringingthe ringingthe ringingthe
the bell To prevent this fraud small smallstaples smallstaples smallstaples
staples were driven in the bottom of ofthe ofthe I
the box so that the penny fell between betweenthem betwenthem betweenthem
them He simply elongated the tiny tinytip I Itip 1tip
tip at the end of his trunk and there therewith therewith ¬ I Iwith
with lifted the cent c t It was only by byusing byusing byusing
using long nails in place of the staples staplesthat staplesthat
that the trick was prevented preventedNew preventedNewYbrl New NewYbrk
Ybrk Zoological Society Soclct Bulletin BulletinThe BulletinThe
The Kitten Olga Saved SavedOb
Ob look at the poor stray kittle kittleand kittleland
and little Olga hastened to pick the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor little thing up upIts upIts upIts
Its got sore eyes ejaculated Tim Timand Timand Timand
and ought to be drowned drownedNo i iNo I
No such thing Tim Burrows It Itjust Itjust Itjust
just needs some milk and to have ha 0 a alittle alittle i
little care So saying Clga turned and andcaled andcalled andcalled
called to her mother who was sitting sittingon
on the gallery galleryMother galleryotherl galleryAfotherl
Mother otherl oh mother May M May I have havesome havosome havesome
some milk for this poor kitten kittenCertainly kittenCertainly 1 1Certalnly
Certainly dear only be careful not notto notto notto
to spill It ItMrs It itMrs
Mrs Briggs went on quietly sewing sewingloving sewingloving I
loving her little daughter for her kind kindheart kindheart kindheart
heart and thoughtfullness not only anI of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the kitten but most everyone everyonePoor eeronePoor everyonePoor
Poor little kltte was very weak she shecould shecould shecould
could hardly drink her milk She put puther puther puther
her little head right In It t and the chil children children chiledren ¬
dren how they the laughed KIttle didnt didntmind didntmind didntmind
mind It a bit however for It was mak making makIng making ¬
ing her feel much better nnd the milk milktasted milktasted milktasted
tasted better than anything she had hadever hndeyer badever
ever had It wrs only a few days be before before before ¬
fore she was so cunning that she was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the admiration of all the children Kit Kittle Kittle Kittie ¬
tle would sit and think how good little littleOgla littleOgla littleOgla
Ogla had been and would mow so pit piteously pIteously piteously
eously when she thought how awful awfullife awfullite awfullife
life would have wided Nldedperhaps perhaps In come comeold GOmeold nameeld
old ash barrel barrelhad had It not been bee a for forher forher forher
her dear little mistress Ogla loved lovedher lovedher lovedher
her pet anrt nn tied tlepthe the prettiest red rib ribbon ribbon ribbon ¬
bon bon and trass bell around her neck neckand neckand neckand
and was careful not to get It too tight tightbut tightbut tightbut
but kitten thought It would have been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more fun to play with it and would wouldrun wouldrun wouldrun
run all around trying to find where wherethat wherethnt wherethat
that tinkle sound came from fromSay fromSny fromSay
Say Olgal Tim Burrow called calledwhatll calledwhatll calledwhatll
whatll you take for your kitten Ill Illswap Illswnp Illswap
swap my best knife and besides besidesthrow besidestbrow besidesthrow
throw in my brand new agates agatesNo ngatesNo agatesNo
No I thank you ou Tim You wanted wantedto
to drown her and I am sure she would wouldnt wouldnt wouldnt ¬
nt be contented cant llted with you Besides of ofall ofnil ofall
all my m playthings I love little kitten kittenbest kittenbestHome kittenbestHome
best bestHome Home Herald HeraldThe HeraldThe
The Wings of Time TimeMethuselah TimeMethuselah
Methuselah was walking Jn Indus ls gar ¬
den My goodness ho exclaimed exclaimedthat exclaimedsuddenly
suddenly theres nnother ilowerja ilowerjathat
that centuryplant Why It Itbut itbut
but yesterday since I pluck plucked pluckedsbm a aaom
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Mo jays BtSn BtSnusing Beltrtusing Befsnusing
using Doans Kidney Pills I nj njferert
fered everything from kidney trot
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pain In the back and head and nd ndmost a amost a1
most continuous In the lotas lots and ti felt feltweary It feltweary It Itweary
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lives near Lorraine was driving drlvegis drlvegisthat V Vthat to tothat
that place with his wife to n a bum boRjwhen bumwhen bn bnwhen
when they the noticed a half grown coj1 coj1gar tot totIOr ooagar
gar run across the road roadMr roallrr roadMr
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giving the line to his wile went wentats wentatstho alia aliatho atsthe
tho animal and soon had him treed trecdOl trecdOlt or orn
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hatful of good sized rocks and w wto wenl wenlto amto
to pelting the snarling snnlln varmlat varmlntvlai varmlntvlaiall wltti wlttiall
all his strength He proved a rent Terltable Tertnbe rentable
able David at stono throwing throwl u usoon Uf UfBoon aa1soon
soon had the big cat hors de combat combuEugene combltEugene combatEugene
Eugene Register RegisterTHATS RegisterTHATS RegisterTHATS
THATS SO SOSenator fOSenator 0 0Senator
Senator Dubois says a senator to tonot Clnot cmnot
not live properly proper In Washington oni onisalary on a asalary asalary
salary of 5000 5000Some 5000Some 5000Some
Some of them could not live prop projry pro prorly properly
erly ry on any salary salarHouston Houston Post PostHows POltHows Posttows
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him perfectly honorable in all basin btuitwtransactions bUllclIItranJ8clioni basintranaacttona
transactions and tinsncially ajle aJ to cuij cuijout tarrJOllt carqout
out any oblientions abhFntiona made by their firm firmWEST firmWERT firm1VERT
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A novel plan for the care of teWs teWsand q qand
and little children during the morrJJ morrJJservice morn morrsenIce mornservice bii biinnd
service at the Second Presbyt0 Presbyt0Church PresbtoChurch PresbyttChurch
Church has been adopted byi b the thedIes thedies Hi Hidies
dies Aid Society SocietyA SocIetyA
A committee will be stationed la lathe IIthe c cthe
the Sundayschool room oom to look alt alttho after aftertho Iter Itertho
tho little ones so that the mothert mothertcan motheracan motherican
can hear the sermon sermonThe sermonTho sermonThe
The plan will be started the Hid HidSunday lintSunda AntSunday
Sunday Sunda In March It Is expected tint tinttho thltthe thatthe
the plan will prove decidedly d cidedly pop poplar popu popular I ° Da Dalar
lar All things needed In a nuwry nuwrywill nurseAwill
will Ill be provided by the committee committeeIniOnrlln committeeIncluding committeeincluding
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rings for the amusement of the little llttwones litdeonesSpringfield
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New ew York American AmericanRussian AmericanRuaslan AmericanRussian
Russian Childrens New Game GameThe GamesThe
tho patriotic stand stsn4which standwhich t twhich
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which the school schaolchlldren children of German GermanPoland Gcrm GcrmPoland GermanPoland
Poland have made against their op oppressors ff O Opressors ¬
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pressors has spread into
land In Warsaw the youngsters youngstersplaying youngstersrl are areplaying
Demon Dtmrnstrators Demollstrators
playing a new Eamo
them themselves thelllselves themselves
strators in which they divide
selves into into two camps canIPscossnckJ canIPscossnckJand = CossacB CossacBand Cossacks Cossacksand
and Patriots or Demonstrators Demonntrstonyanee
aeda4 and I Ivance
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upon they arc immediately
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deal dedand dealand
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and w wounded unded ou thesround the ground
hays hirtstarted h haysstarted 1 1startcd
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started a agarno game game of Bomb
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Instesa Instesaot insteadtof i iof
vate a taste for forthosothlngs those things
of poisoning ourselves with Improper Improperindigestible ImproperIndIgestible improperindigestible
indigestible food etc etcA etcI etcA
A conservative Mass U 8B woman wom wj We WeI ites itesI es esI
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for the young young and andfor for the theIirlC theIirlCi sfSf Jv Jvsickness a ai
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