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JHE'lORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLr TRIBUNE: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1895.
The North Side Grocer,
E0CERIES, : FLOUR, :
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ike fwi-lftetttf Iriliie.
IRA Ic BABE, Editor and Proprtetok
One Year, cti la advance, $1.25.
I Six Months, CMb Is idnict 75 Onto.
The gold4)uggers say that "all
the commodities will be at gold
prices and all labor at silver." Be
fore democrats made this discovery
the country was getting" along well
and did not object to silver, and
they won't now: It is the million
aires of the world that are
BUT ONE POINT PROVED
Durrant Was Well Acquainted With
the Murdered Girl.
PEEAOHEE ON THE STAND.
Our Goods are Guaranteed Fresh,"
The president wants "a safe cut-
Remonstrances against the par- rency." Well, - suppose he- goes
don of Jno. W. West, the defaulting I back" and takes; notes of "the safe
cashier of Grand Island, are being currency" that republicans nave
circulated. For the amount in- had for the past thirty years.
Pastor Glbsoa Subjected to a Rigorous Ex
amlaatioa Bristling With Insinuations.
Shooting Affray at Denver Bob
bers Secured 33,000.
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. -p. i j 1 T i vuivcu, ncbi icccivcu i very lini x nwe was uu nuu "i "
UUr r riCeS LOW aS ID ft .OWftST. sentence in the penitentiary, and as his party have. been trying
We Insure Prompt Delivery,
We Solicit a Share of Your Trade.
NORTH LOCUST STREET.
many people in Grand Island
believe he should do full time for
galvanize ito life until it struck a
snap- and retired, from active busi-
San Francisco, April 25. About the
only tangible evidence against Durrant,
the medical student accused of having
killed Marian Williams, that has been
adduced in the preliminary examination
so far is that the prisoner was better ac-
ness. Tne presiaeni nas eviaenuy iUiUllwu www
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5R . COAL,
Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store.
In the face ot the present outlook,
which is not nearlv as erood as it
should be, the farmers of western
Nebraska take an optimistic view
of the situation and are planting
and sowing all the seed they can
can obtain. There are a few who
vow they will not turn a furrow
until more rain tails, but tins pro
crastination may result disas-
trously to them.
Fearing that The Tribune
might dip into his personal char
acter, ,4W" in last week's Telegraph
heads off such an action by making
a somewhat lengthy confession.
But The Tribune had no intention
ot making such an attack; it is only
on political grounds that this paper
would censure him, and that too,
because he seems to imagine that
jowmt- ill lucal politics,
wnicn ne is not. As to The Tri
bune: it was established over ten
years ago in face of strong competi
tion, and since that time it has
built up a business and gained
circulation exceeded by few country
newspapers m the state. It has
to-day nearly twice as many repub
lican subscribers as has the Tele-
1- 3 11. J ,
giduii, ana ims must De ratten as
evidence that its political course is
satisfactory to the republicans of
learned a lesson. Inter Ocean.
Political speculators are cut
ting out a line of work tor President
Cleveland that, if he follows one
branch of it will make him the
r a . . xii. i
most picturesque, martyr xnai nas
ever expired on the national stage.
It is argued that three ways lie
open to the democrats in their em
barrassment over a winning settle
ment of the money question. First,
if Mr. Cleveland brings his party
around to him on this question, it
will have to nominate .him again.
Second, if. the parties divide over
the monetary issue, then Mr. Cleve
land may take the leadership of
the gold battalions. Third, if the
southern and western silver demo
crats make their own nomination,
and the republicans generally stand
by their platform of bi-metallism,
would Grover then accept a nomi
nation from so-called sound-money
democrats and so draw off enough
votes to make republican success
certain? "Magnificent, but not
HOKE SMITH'S DREAM.
capltol was sinking in
Don't pay other people's debts.
Is the ONLY Hardware
Man in North Platte that
NO ONE OWES. You
will always find my price
Yours for Business,
A. L. DAYIS.
I DEALER IN
. uwwja UaiinV.ll!'. I Ml 11(11'!', rtlHVBX
Sporting Goods, Etc.
WALL-PAPER, PAINT AND OIL DEPOT.
WINDOW GLSS, VARNISHES, GOLD LEAF, GOLD
PAINTS, BRONZES, ARTISTS' COLORS AND BRUSHES, PIANO AND
FURNITURE POLISHES, PREPARED HOUoE AND BUGGY PAINTS,
KLSOMINE MATERIAL, WINDOW SHADES.
ESTABLISHED JULY 1868. - 310 SPRUCE STREET.
F. J- BROEKER.
A Fine Line of Piece
Goods to select from.
First-class Fit. Excel
-A-IsTD PEED STABLE
Sunday before last Brother
Moody, the evangelist, was holding
forth at Ft Worth, Tex., the pres
ent home of the drouth. In his
preliminary prayer he made
I J -
oirong appeal to tne .uora tor ram.
Before the services ended the
ueavens openea ana tne nooa came
and washed the tabernacle in which
he was preaching from its founda
tion and several of the congregation
were-severeiy injurea iu xne rusn
to get asnore. Ana now they are
j debating whether or not a Texas
jury would ffive a verdict to the
sufferers for damages against
Brother Moody. Ex.
There is some' smooth work
going on in New York in anticipa
tion of the census to be taken five
years hence. A nice little bill has
been prepared and favorably re
ported upon, creating a "Greater
New York." It is ostensibly what
its name implies. When its pro
visions are examined, however, it
is found that all of the cities, and
villages in the district are to be
left independent of the government
of New York uutil the terms of a
complete union can be determined
by a commission. This commission
may find it impossible to bring in
many of the towns, but in the
meantime all of the inhabitants of
the new district, comprising some
1300 square miles, will be counted as
living: in New York when the next
census is taken. If this bill be
comes a law it will be useless for
for Chicago to aspire to the position
of chief city of the continent when
the next century is ushered in. It
will take until 1910 or 1920 to over
take the "census district of New
Excellent Accommodations for ih famine FqI.'i ,
The president is very solicitous
that the country shall have "sound
money," Not so very long ago he
was dead set for "tariff reform."
lust what either term
The sun behind the
When Hoke Smith, of Georgia, said: "I'll
take my daily rest.
The day has been a busy one; to Grover I've
I've taken thirty iensIons from as manv
boys in blue,
So now unto my virtuous couch, a patriot I'll
And dream of cutting pensions off, my eager
And as he slept he dreamed a dream in which.
he thought he died,
And was wafted by an angel to the river's
f artherest side,
Thence far away thro' space he soared until
with heart elate,
He came to where St. Peter kept the bright,
eternal gate, -
The guardian old of Paradise at Hoke a
He looked him o'er from head, to foot, then
Who are you?" said St. Peter, ''And say,
from whence you came,
It seems to me you've missed the road, tho
I've forget your name.
Just stand aside a moment till I let these
They've all been crippled soldiers in the
nether world of sin;
They fought to save their country, they grew
old and stood in need,
As oft do men who in the cause of holy free
A lot of them had pensions, but a fellow,
Smith by name,
Took all their pensions from them, leaving
them to want and shame."
Hoke stepped aside and watched the line that
passed the Golden Gate,
St. Peter bowed to every one, for .he is good
And when the last one had passed in, he
turned to Hoke and spoke:
Nowwhoare you? Ah, here's your card!
Hoke Smith? The Georgia Hoke?"
Hoke thought he saw St.,Peter frown, as he
returned the card,
"You can't get into Paradise as long as I am
Here, porter, take this fellow down, you know
the road to well,
The've got his quarters ready in Beelzebub's
And see that everything's O. K. in that well-
And mention that his name's Hoke Smith,
Old Nick will understand."
Another flight forHoke; it was thro' dangers
Until they reached a lofty wall with door of
And over it in fiery words a name Hoke
Hotel de Brimestone," and unto his silent
guide he said:
"Is this the place where I'm to stop?" The
angel gently bowed,
It Is: you'll find yourself amontr the anti-
Just then the door flew open and Old Nick
amid a blast
Of heat appeared and gaily cried: "What,
Hoke old boy, at last?"
shown that he lied in regard to. that
particular point. As to the matter of the
positive identification of Durrant as
having been seen about the church
where the murders occurred during the
evening when the deed was committed,
that has not so far been done. There
are many witnesses to come and it may
be that this allegation may yet be sus
tained. Rev. John George Gibson, the preach
er of the church against whom some
suspicions have been publicly expressed
as being tne guuey man, naa aiong
siege in the witness box. The district
attorney's questions to the minister did
not detain him long, but the cross-examination
seemed interminable. Dr. Gib
son did not enjoy himself. The law
yers were austere with him and the
judge was sarcastic. General Dickin
son, attorney for the defense, took the
preacher over the whole course of his
life, from his birth in Edinburgh to the
day of the discovery of Minnie Will
iams bloody body in his church, and
every question seemed to veil an insin
uation. Everybody enjoyed the par
son's discomfiture. The district attor
ney, to be sure, did put in one objec
tion to save him from annoyance, but
Judge Conlan swept it aside and did
some prodding of the pastor himself.
The length of the cross-examination and
the manner of it indicate that Durrant's
lawyers propose to throw the preacher
forward as the center of their theory of
the murders for, of course, when they
contend that Durrant did not commit
the crimes they must supply a possible
substitute, and Rev. John George Gibson
understands just what they are about.
BANDITS CHANGED THEIR MINDS.
Extracts From the Diary of
Calcutta, April 25. A dispatch
from Simla announces that the contents
of the diary of Dr. Robertson, the Brifc
Ish agent at Chitral, who was besieged
in the fort there and who was relieved
on Saturday last by the flying column
commanded by Colonel Kelly, has been
received there and gives au account ol
the siege. He says that on March 3 the
British garrison made a reconnoissance
iu force and lost 23 officers and men
killed and had 81 wounded. The siege
proper began on March 4. On the 14th
the besiegers attacked the east side fort,
but were repulsed. The tribesmen on
April 5 occupied a summer house about
60 yards from the tower and on the 6th
they advanced a Sanger, or stone breast
work, to within 40 yards of tho main
gate of the fort. On April 7
the enemy attacked and fired thb
tower. While the garrison was fight
ing the flames Dr. Robertson was
wounded, and several of tho British
force were killed or wounded. On the
lltlf the fort was attacked on all sides.
The garrison made a sortie on April 17,
recapturing the summer house and blew
up the enemy's mine. The British
loss in this sortie was eight killed and
13 wounded. The enemy lost 60 killed,
of whom 35 were bayoneted by the
troops engaged in the sortie. On April
19 the siege was raised. The British
soldiers suffered terribly from bad food
and from the exhaustion of the medical
stores. The heavy loss of life suffered
by the besieged was due to the splendid
marksmanship of the tribesmen, who
picked off the British soldiers from be
hind sangers, which were "built on all
LIGHT. ONTi ORDER.
Explanation of the Supreme Court's
Announcement in the Income Tax,
WILL KEOPEF THE OASES.
Rehearing Is Granted and a Final Decision
of the Fall Court on the Question Is
Expected Before Adjournment.
Rational Capital Notes.
SETJOR DE I.03IE INTERVIEWED
"WHEN IS FLAG DAY?
A correspondent inquires: "When
person can tell, for they are capable I is Flag- day and what of it?" Flag
Northwest corner of Courthouse square.
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper wid Galvaniwd Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
-Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive prompt attention
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
North. IPlatte. - Nebraska.
Dr. N. McOABE, Prop! j. E. BUSH, Manager:
NORTH PLATTE PHARMACY,
NOETH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
of interpretation to suit the indi
vidual taste. We know however
that "tariff reform" as Cleveland
put it meant a lift for the English
industrial system. It didn't neces
sarily mean that, but the proof of
the puddincr is in the eatinrr, and
this is undoubtedly the effect.
Day is June 14 and is the anniver
sary of the adoption of a resolution
by the American congress, June 14,
1777, to the effect that "the flag- of
the United States shall be thirteen
stripes alternate red and white;
and that the union shall be thirteen
stars, white in a blue field, repre-
"Sound money" is a very convenient senting- a new constellation."
catch phrase. We have heard it
before. It looks well, it sounds
well, and is in fact as a basis of
financial policy all that could be
asked for. But it is greatly to be
feared that the president is misus
ing1 the term and that when sound
money is secured according1 to his
way of thinking" it will be found
j that we have been used to fasten
the English financial system upon
jthe United States. No person
blames England for wanting to
The first celebration of Flag- Day
to any extent was.in 1894, promoted
by the American Flag Day associa
tion, and the city1 of Chicago took
the lead, makingt a holiday and
two' hundred thousand children
participated in the exercises. It is
not a legal holiday, but the associ
ation and public sentiment will
doubtless result in a congressional
statute giving it that distinction.
June 14, 1895, will be the
hundred and eighteenth
Missouri Pacific Officials Were Prepared
For Train Robbers.
Atchison, April 25. Officials of the
Missouri Pacific were given warning of
a plot to hold up the incoming passen
ger train on the Central branch, be
tween Gbffs and Corning, where it
passed about midnight. When the train
arrived at Frankfort a flat car was placed
between the smoker and mail car and
an armed posse concealed themselves
behind the sideboards. As the robbers
did not make the attempt it is supposed
-they got wind of the reception awaiting
iium my fifiii Tho citizens o GrofL
were up in arms waiting to go in pur
suit of the robbers if necessary.
Irfrd Douglass Iiove Affair.
Bakersfield, Cal., April 25. Great
interest is felt in the Lord Douglass
episode, and it is the general talk about
town. A new turn was given to public
opinion last night when it became ru
mored that his lordship's friend, Bur
meister, who swore out the warrant, is
also in love with the little Irish actress,
and so declared himself to a newspaper
man today. It seems that jealousy as
much as a desire to keep hi3 lordship
from "throwing himself away" played
a part in inducing him to have his friend
incarcerated as a madman.
Shooting Affray at Denver.
Denver, April 25. Henry Goloyd, a
hostler, lies in a critical condition with
bullet wounds in his thigh and abdo
men, inflicted by Walter Scott, a hostler
out of work. Scott was jealous of Go
loyd on account of his attentions to a
woman with whom the former had
been living. After shooting Goloyd,
Scott fired two shots at Deputy Sheriff
William Arnold without effect and shot
Special Policeman George M. Gilmore
in the neck.
Sirs. Parnell's Condition.
Bordentown, N. J., April 25. Dr.
William Shipps, together with Rev. E.
Taylor, rector of Christ church, visited
Mrs. Parnell early this morning. Dr.
Shipps says ho can see very little change
in the condition of the aged woman
since last night. She does not appear to
suffer so much pain as she has experi
enced during the past few days.
Relic of the Rnstlers War.
Cheyenne, April 25. William C.
Irving, member of the Ogalalla, the
largest cattle company in Wyoming,
has been arrested at Buffalo, charged
with shooting at O. H. Flagg, once
called "King of the Rustlers," on April
9, 1M)2. Irving gave i3,000 bail for his
appearance at the term of court.
Train Robber Huffman Captured.
Sedalia, Mo., April 25. Word has
bpen received that Frank Huffman, the
train robber and desperado who has op
erated in central Missouri for the past
five year3, has been captured at Collins,
Robbers Secured 835,000.
Mifflintown, Pa., April 25. Early
this morning the store of Noah Hertzler
at Port Royal, this county, was robbed
of stocks, bonds and cash amounting to
about $35,000. The safe was blown
Colored Murderer Executed.
Nashville, April 25. Robert Ford,
colored, who shot and killed Jerry
Brown, colored, was hanged in the jail
yard here. The fall was nearly eight
feet and Ford strangled to death.
Blaze at North Platte.
North Platte, April 25. Fire in
Keith's opera house burned out six
lodges. The postoffice was also flooded.
Confident That the Cuban Revolt Will
New York, April 25. Senor Dupuy
de Lome, the new Spanish minister to
the United States, was interviewed by
an Associated Press reporter today on
board the revenue cutter, which brought
him up from quarantine. Senor de Lome
spoke of the lack of interest in the
Cuban insurrection which he observed
during his stay in Havana, which place
he visited en route Tiither, and also of
the exaggerated reports sent out from
the island concerning the progress of
the insurrections, and he expressed his
confidence iu the speedy extinction of
"The arrival of General Martinez
Campos in Cuba," the Spanish minister
said, "brings a feeling of security to the
people and an assurance that the insur
rectionists will be speedily suppressed.
It is needless for me to repeat the state
ments that have been made so often of
the greatly exaggerated stories sent out
by the newspaper correspondents. The
newspaper correspondents have made
me say and do all manner of things from
the time of my arrival at Cuba of which
I am not awaro of saying or doing."
JAPAN'S REPLY TO RUSSIA.
Would Expose Herself to a Revolution Jl
She Made Concessions.
St. Petersburg, April 25. The Jap
anese government, replying to the .note
1ia. "Rn5sian fitovernment intimating
that there are various conditions in the
treaty of peace between J apan and China
that Russia cannot allow to be put into
execution, has informed Russia that if
Japan would yield to the exaction of
Russia, France and Germany she would
expose herself to a revolution, as the
Japanese people are intoxicated with
their victories and would assent to no
concessions, in spite of this reply, Rus
sia is determined to maintain her de
mands. TERRIFIC HAILSTORM IN TEXAS.
Railway Tracks Blockaded With Hall
Stones the Size of Goose Eggs.
San Antonio, April 25. The terrific
hailstorm which swept through Wilson,
Bexar and! Medina counties last night
did much damage. The hail stones were
the size of goose eggs and covered the
ground to the depth of two feet. The
towns of Lytle, Benton City and Castre-
ville were greatly devastated by the
storm, the houses being riddled like a
sieve by the hail stones The damage
to residences and business houses in
Lytle alone amounts to about 50,000.
Hundreds of head of live stock were
killed. The track of the International
and Great Northern railroad was block
aded with hail stones, and they had to
be removed before trains could proceed.
The cotton and corn crops in the path of
the storm were completely destroyed.
Two hundred thousand dollars, it is esti-.
mated, will hardly cover tho amount of
damage to crops and other property. A
subscription was started here today for
the relief of sufferers from the storm.
Washington, April 25. When the
United States supreme court on May 6
again takes up the income tax case, it
will once more go into the merits of all
the points involved and will not, as its
order made Tuesday apparently stated,
confine the arguments to tho question
whether or not a rehearing of the cases
shall be granted. This unexpected ex
planation of the court's order shows
that what it intended to state in its am
biguous announcement was that it had
granted the petition for a rehearing,
and, if the bench was full on thafrdate
named, would reopen the case on May
6. This order of the court, it is said,
was drawn hastily and it was not no
ticed at the time that it was ambiguous
and apparently justified tho conclusion
that the court had decided simply to
hear arguments on the question ot
granting a rehearing.
The explanation now given unoffici
ally at the court of the meaning of its
order indicates a probability that before
final adjournment of the court for the
present term a final determination of
the full court on the mooted income tax
question may be expected.
Bulletins on Foreign Markets.
Washington, April 25. The secretary
of agriculture will in about 10 days be
gin the publication and distribution of a
series of bulletins relative to the foreign
markets for the agricultural products of
the United States. Letters were sent to
the American consuls tho world over
last fall askiucr for replies to certain
questions relative to the consumption in
the localities to which they are credited
of meats, cereals, dairy products, cotton,
tobacco, fruits, liquors, seeds, etc., where
they are produced, prices, etc., and all
other statistical information. The bul
letins, it is believed, will be of great
value to all persons seeking foreign mar
kets for their products, as it will enable
them to select the most advantageous
markets and give them in advance all
the information desired relativo to the
prices asked and received by their com
petitors. Nicaragua Given Due Notice.
Washington, April 25. Advices re
ceived here today say that "Vice Admral
Stephenson, iu command of the British
fleet at Corinto, has given Nicaragua
detailed information as to the time and
circumstances of the proposed landing
of British troops. The admiral will con
sider tho time of grace to run until 12
o'clock midnight.. He fixes 6 o'clock to
morrow morning as the precise time
when the Br'tisli forces will move.
PresKUut. Cleveland and uu
Topeka, April 25. At the opening
meeting of the Republican State league
today Judge Horton, associate judge of
tho supremo court, made his first polit
ical convention talk in many years. He
severely scored President Cleveland and
his financial views. Judge Horton de
clared for tho importance of the recog
nition of silver.
Senator Baker made a lengthy speech,
in which he opposed President Cleve
land's financial policy,, and said: "We
must not place either metal, silver or
gold, above the other. "J
The other speaker was Representa
tive Beekman, who made a strong
speech for free silver sentiments which
were vigorously applauded. About 600
delegates were present.
Congressman Dolliver of Iowa deliv
ered the annual address before tho
NEW JERSEY FOREST FIRES
Two Thousand Acres of Timber Already
Lakewood, April 25. The forest fire
which originated from the burning of
tallow in a hotel in the cedars about a
mile from this place continued to burn
fiercely this afternoon. It is estimated
that $75,000 worth of property has al
ready been destroyed. Most of the dam
age has been to standing timber, about
2,000 acres having been already burned
over. The residents of the surrounding
neighborhood have been fighting the
flames since yesterday. Tho -wind is
shifting and it is now hopedjto save much
Vineland, Tenn., April 25. The for
est fires, which have been burning some
distance from this place for somo days
past, are getting dangerously close to
Vineland. The heat of the flames can
be plainly felt here and the residents of
the outskirts of the town are in great
fear that the fire will reach their prop
erty unless the wind shifts.
Agreed as to England's Course.
London, April 25. Inquiries made to
day at the American embassy confirm
the report that the United States and
Great Britain are firmly agreed as to
the latter's course of action in enforcing
her demands upon Nicaragua.
First Case Under Corrupt Practices Act.
St. Joseph, April 25. James T.
Beach, late Republican candidate for
circuit clerk, today filed information
for a writ of quo warranto against John
T. Chestnut, the present circuit clerk.
Tho action is brought under the corrupt
practices act, and, being the first case
brought undrtho provisions of that act.
a test case will be made of it. Beach
charges Chestnut with having spent
more money in his canvass than is al
lowed by the law. It is claimed sensa
tional developments, in which other
county officers will be implicated, will
be made when the case comes to trial.
Congress to Take Action.
Albany, April 25. When the resolu
tion inviting Canada to enter the union.
which was adopted by the assembly yes
terday, came up in the senate today,
Senator Raines moved that tho words
"ask congress to invite" be inserted so as
to allow congress to take action instead
of New York state. This was agreed to
and the resolution ordered printed.
First Bimetallic League.
Cinclvnati, April 25. The first bime
tallic league has been formed in tlus
city, to be independent of any political
party, its principal object being to se
cure the free and unlimited coinage of
gold and silver withont waiting for the
action of any other government.
Receiver For a Salt Company.
St. Louis, April 25. John D. Winn,
Charles M. Skinner, Francis M. Este3.
JeanF. Webb and William S. Popo
have applied to the circuit court for the
appointment of a receiver for tho Lyons
Rock Salt company, of which they are
Coagratulatlng General Merrltt.
3t. Paul, April 25. General "ft 'ey
Merritt was receiving congratulations
by wire, by note and in person from all
quarters today over his appointment bv
me pre K-nens as major general.
50 Oents to January 1, 1896.
That is an awful little bit of
money for a twice-a-week oaner like
shape in her own interests the in-1 sary of the adoption of the resolu- tne Semi-Weekly Journal, but if you
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ausiricu ana nuauciai scuemes Ol tmn ahnve rpWrpd to KTchnnfrP I " " -v,,. ..... ...
WE AIM TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OP
3ELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT
EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED.
Ordorf from the country and along tne lino of the Union
Paoiflc Railway Solicited,
the habitable globe, but what shall
GOODS, I we say of that man " who in heart
and ' purpose expatriates himself
from the interests of his own
country. Excuse us, please, from
taking either "tariff reform" or
"sound money" according to the
A state base ball league, com-
rposed of the towns of Kearney,
Grand Island, Hastings, Aurora,
and York, will probably be formed.
These towns beinsr comparatively
close to each other, would probably
Clevelandformula, Kearney Hub. I be able to support such a league.
paper until January 1, 1896
will find it the farmer's daily
kets alone are worth more money
than that. If you take it the rest
of this year for 50 cents you will
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