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18 Jan 1924

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - January 18, 1924, Kadoka, South DakotaPress. Vol. 16, No. 36 KADOKA, S. D.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1924 THE KA OK PRESS Reporter Vol. 16, No. 33 GRIM REAPER TAKES CLAUDE L. CREW i i Died Suddenly Sunday Morning! of Hemorage, large Masonic Funeral on Wednesday As rtientioned in these columns last week, Mr. Grew suffered an ugly wound while accidentally cutting into his leg as he was chopping wood. He suffered sev- eral severe hemorages and even j when brought here they refused to i stop. : Last Friday night he called for his mother. She was brought here I and stayed with him until the fin- j al summons came. His kind and Ipving wife too, was constantly at his side and everything was being done for his comfort. Sunday morning he expressed: himself as feeling fine and urged i his wife and mother to go to break fast after he had enjoyed his re- past. They had gone perhaps two ; minutes when an other hemorage ; set in. The doctor came and did ; all in his power but alas, this loss ' of blood so weakened him follow- ing the other hemorages that lifejust ebbed away. He crossed the river into the land whence there is no return. It wac thought best to remove him to the hospital and oddlv en- J ough he conveyance was nearlv at ' the door, when death said halt! he is to go no further. Claude Lvmp.n Crew was born February 22, 1887 at Salem, lowa, and lived there with his parents until he was nine years old when he moved with them to Pierce, Nebraska. Fifteen years ago he came to Jackson county and went through the privations and hard- ships of the homesteader. Here he lived until six years ago when ; he saw a larger opportunity on the reservation and moved there, j In 1914 he was married to Miss Pearl Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Alex Williamson of Inter- ior. Their happv union was bless- j ed with three children. Loehl Or-; vil aged eight, Lola Aldine aged seven and Zella Norine two year? of age. . . , . Besides these he is survived bv his aged parents Mr. and Mrs. ,E Ct. Crew who live in the west of the coun*y as well as his brother Le«lie of the same neighborhood ; and a sister Mrs. L. A. l«e of Ly- mfn, Colorado Funeral services were held Wed- nesday afternoon at two o'clock at. t the Masonic Temnle with the Ma- • sonie lodges of Kadoka, Cotton-j wood. Interior and Belvidere tak- ing charge according to his wish he being a member of the Cotton- y-nod lodge of Masons. A. G. . was acting master and ; Frank Coye Marshall with Rev. A.; V. Bryan as chap’ain. A largo concourse of relatives and friends took part and the floral offerings were generous and very i beautiful, a fitting tribute to the life of a man who was both honor- ed and respected as a faithful and conscientious citizen as well as a loving father and husband. Inter- ment was made in the leal ceme- i terv. Mr. Crew was a man of sterling worth and character and so accept ed and taken by his fellow men , wherever he came in contact with men He served for a term as the treasurer of • the Washabaugh j countv schools and as chairman of the Washabaugh county Hiwav Board for four years, in which , capacity death called him. The heartfelt sympathy of both coun- ties, where he vifes widely known, j crocs out to the sadlv bereaved re- latives a"d friends in this their t.cur of deepest osin and anguish. His untimely end serves as a warn- ing all to "Prepare for the dav comes as surelv to each one, as dav follows night”. RESOLUTION WHEREAS: It has pleased the Almighty God to take from us the chairman oi our Hiway Board of Washabaugh County. CLAUDE L. CREW, we the undersigned members of the said board hereby desire to express our great loss and sorrow. He was a man to whom we all looked up a an honest, fair and square lead- er, who was always willing to do the right as he saw it. We shall keenly miss him in our councils and WHEREAS: Through his death a place that can never be filled has been made vacant in a hospitable home, we wish to express our sincerest sym- pathy to the bereaved widow and his fatherless children. May God be their comfort and guide in their sad loss. Olen Larmer Thomas H. Wells Washabaugh County Hiway Board Ray Woodard Hiway Superintendent. Some folks say they don't like music, but the Marion Quartette will make you like it next Mon- day night at the Scenic theatre, pane? after he program. - . | Tueweu Eject ou icers One oi uie nicest puunc meet- ngs neui here ioi‘ a long time was teal last Monday mgnt, wnen an ,uusc luteieateu in me are depai t- uent met and elected new’ on icers. Alter a temporary organizaton lad started the bail rolling, J.H. 1 ?'ryberger received a unanimous indorsement of the assembly of some thirty lor the position ol inief. Harold P. Gilchrist met \ith little oppositon for the office if the assistant chief. Flagg P. won out as secretary and vhen it came to handing out the lurse, the majority insisted upon ohn Brockleby holding the string .. iii spite of his friendly pro* est. It was brought out in the nieet- ng that for tour years no elections lad been held and there was some luestion in the minds of the assem- bly as to where tne finances of the iremen stood. Brocklesby had 1 acts and figures right at hand as oliow’s: Proceeds from the Firemens’ lance Doe. 1919 $97.17 Received from State August2l, 921 $103.79 Received from the State August 6, 1922 $82.01 Received from the State August 5, 1923 $71.(57 Total balance to date $357.(54 This encouraging news was well eceived and it was voted to buy a look and ladder truck fully equip- >eri w’ith this money. It was then agreed upon to take roll of all men not now members, 1 v’ho desired to join the organiza-' ion. Those signing up are the ollowing in addition to about a lozen of the old company: M. E. Adlestein Peter Larson Roy Dun more J. D. Wilkerson H. P. Gilchrist R. H.Laßau F. Junc’erman James Judge G. J. Zimmer Motion % was then made and car- ied to meet again Wednesday vening to complete the organiza- ion of the different companies. Lilies Aid-. MeetingThe local ladies aid met a week igo last Thursday at the home of Irs. J.R. Fowler. In spite of the evere cold weather a large num- ler of ladies braved the chilly at- no phere to be present. A good ime was enjoyed by all of them, .he hostess was assisted by Mrs. • V->. a. tithe ami iviib, ocuuCi Ouaiu o iio^tc^es. yoMiViKKCIAL.cuui> Will. EtitiLT Ui i'iCEKb As will be seen t>y an amiounce- uent in anotner column, prestucnl . fi. f'ryberger has canea a nieet- ng of the Kadoka Commercial J:uh ior Tuesday evening, January !2, at 6:30 when all members anti 31 those interested will meet loi . social get together banquet at he Hotel Dacotah. The banquet will be followed by he routine business and the annu- ! election of officers. The Press would like to see very man and woman interested n Kadoka and vicinity there and oin the club which stands for ajigger and better Kadoka as well is a bigger and better Jackson bounty and its trade territory. Everyone ought to belong. If you :an’t pull, you surely can” help msh an then as this community ully grasps the spirit of the times ’o-oncration- things will be forth ¦oming that will surprise even the larkest pessimist. The push and >ull co-operative spirit has done ots of good things and is still mod for more. What do you say oiks? Let’s all go. WEDDING BELLS JOHNSON-STICKLER A young couple from the east :nd of the county appeared at the ocal county clerks office and pro- cured a license to wed last Tues- iay. They were Miss Thelma lohnson of Stamford and Harley >tickler of Oakton. . The young couple, attended by ;he brother of the 'groom and the dster of the bride, were thenjuietely married at the Presbyter- ian parsonage by Rev. A V. Rry- xn. They left on the next train for ¦Stamford where the Press under- stands, they will go to farming. We would extend hearty con- gratulations and the very best of vlshes to the newly weds in their HALLINAN-McCULLOUGH Miss Martha Haiiin*xn of Fonday, lowa and William McCullough oi Dakton, S. D. appeared at the oil ice of the local clerk of courts and procured license to wed on Wed- nesday. They then found father McCor- mic of Belvidere and Daily at the local parsonage and w’crc united in marriage by Father McCurmic Father Daily assisting, after which the newly married returned to their home at Oakton. Stanton Fowler is enjoying com- munion with a large part of the good old U. S. A. by tuning in his radio outfit, he can hear what is going on from coast to coast by picking up the mysterious voices from the air. Wet a School Notes Thefoliowing pupils were perfect in attendance during the fourth month: Maurine Miller, Helen Peterson, Robert Freemole, Lueile beitel, raul MilUr, uait* liafher, Niamey Uhlir, Allan Peterson, Alilo Uhlir Inez Doss, Elmer Peterson, Vilas Uhlir and Doris Prichard. The grades had their January examination Wednesday and Thurs day. Regardless of the storm all : pupils were in school. The younger pupils from the town ate dinner at the lunch room . and thus avoided going home thru ! tne severe weather. The Hot Lunch Board of Control decided that any pupil who was ; tardy lowered the standard of the , school and therefore owed his fel- low students some effort which w’as to lie paid in the form of do- i ing detail in the hot lunch room, | either- cooking or washing dishes. The officers for the next wo weeks are: Fred Freemole- President. Clarene Uhlir- Recorder Supply Committo: Elmer Peterson Marion McHenry Clarence Uhlir Price Committo: Rowland Prichard Elton Barber Frances Gatehel Auditing Committee: Clifford Schillinger Inez Dross Elmer Uhlir The cold weather recently has made the repairing done on the furnace during the Christmas va- cation doubly appreciated. It now, heats the building very satisfac- torily. The public program for the month will ho given on Friday eve- ning January 18, at the school building. Among the numbers to 1 be given are. a comic nlav bv Ihr second vear English class of the* t High school, original talks on cur-1 rent topics of the day by the four- f th year English class, a p'ay "The | Magic Wand” ,by the Grammar j room, and miscellaneous numbers] by the primary room. The public [ are cordially invited. j A GREAT 1921 ANNOUNCEMENT i sclie-' of Distiict Conferences Our ; Greatest Forward Sit ) The South Dakota Council ol , Religious Education has I eer. able j 9y the fine courtesy of the Inter- j national office, to secure the very valuable services of Rev. R. A Vaitp of Chicago, the Young Peo- nies Si e a": , for a series of Dis- ! »i • t Con-erenc' : , January 15-27. i! iM. Ho v/ill be assisted by the \ Central Secretary and the State County and Div’siona! officer '. The great host, of Sunday school ] corkers that heard Mr. Waite at tferdeen will 1 boosters for his ¦ et ut n to South Dakota. The com-j ng of Mr. Waite to our state for . these conferences marks the most | T> nmed sten that has yet iteon , taken in the inlete?.ts of a well do- j sned eductaion%' program of the! highest order, and it is already i iled with delight from all parts >f the state. Rapid City has been chosen as the place of meeting of the Confcr- ,op that will serve hie counties , f Custer, Fall River, Shannon, j did to, Pennington, Meade, Law- m-c, Haakan, Jackson, Washing-1 • in. Washabaugh and Rennet. Thr i !, 't(\s are Tuesday and Wednesday, 'anuarv 22 and 93. A large attend-1 nre of Sunday school workers j rom these counties is expected < The entertainment, will be op the! Harvard plan lodging and break- fast. — lack Thonms Beats Mail Order Houses 1 The big mail order houses pf the country always sell certain artic-j !cs. they call leaders, at cost or be- low cost in order to belittle the local small town dealer and to firing distrust between the con- sumer and the store keeper. 11 they succeed in this and cause the 'man who buys and the man who dls to become enemies, the buy- er will send away for his. stuff and send the money out of town where it never to help build up a community. Jack Thomas has the past week and continuing this week taken the kink out of the tire business as far as mail order houses are concerned. Considering the stand aid tires lie offers and the kind that ihe big business wolfes offer and ihe freighi or express added in them. Jack has them backed rieht off the mr.p. Buyers of tires have not been slow to see this and the Kadoka Auto Co. has filled orders from , nil parts of the county, many buying a whole set and a spare on top. They realize that they are i getting one of the best tires at a¦ juice that will not lie duplicated the coming year and besides they o-et them right at home where they can look the stock over and consult with the dealer afterwards ;if they need to. Jack has certain- ly hit the Lulls eye as far as tires and prices are concerned. Father McCormic of the Belvi- dere Catholic church and Father Daily of the local Our Lady of Vic- BKADY TOWNSHIP Miss Nellie Stout, Fern Baldwin, Alvin Baldwin and Reverend Cran- dall who spent the Christmas week attending the Nazareenc Revival services at Loomis, S. Dak. re- turned last Friday. The new barn which is being built at the Wheeler school house is nearly completed. The Farmers Union Organization of this community are planning several social events to take place jn the near future. Florence and Mary Gredvig, I (Jearge Wheeler, Magnus Bennetland Joe Gredvig, pupils of the vVheeler school who are membersjf the Health Crusade Order, were ; presented with the Knight Ban- , uerette Pins last Friday. They ac- '• juired this honor by following i ill the health rules for the past 1 two years. Mr. and Mrs. Esler Wheeler were ! callers at the Oliver Gredvig home ast Sunday afternoon. John McCarthy was a caller at the Esler Wheeler home Thursday 1 evening. A delightful family dinner was 1 , enjoyed at the home of Mr. and 11 Mrs. Art Wheelers on christmas , lay. The home was beautifully md appropriately decorated for 1 1the occasion. After a delicious dinner had een enjoyed hy the guests they ' j assembled in the parlor where a octtily trimmed christmas nee greeted them. Here some very ! useful gifts were exchanged and <°. plea-ant and sociable aftenoon oiled by. The guests included he following: Mr.and Mrs. G. (5 Wheeler, also Lynn Wheeler and Amily of Philip and Mr. and Mrs. j Wheeler of this community, il.-o Miss Ruth VanNess. KAIMIKA MERCHANT FIGHTING FOR LIFE] Our respected fellow townsman, aardware dealer C. O. Perault, whom we have reported as recov- ‘ring nicely from the operation >f an internal rupture, was ex- acted to return here last Monday, j .4is son Frank went to Mitchell j ast Saturday to accompany his athcr home. However on Sunday complications set in. Pneumonia >f the right lung was setting in. Wednesday Mrs. Perault left, hero to be at her husbands liedside. Todav a tdegrem from the bedside >f ihe sick man urged all the hildren to come just as soon as visible, fears for the wr orst were; 'ntertained. They exnect to leave i onight from Philip for Mitchell. —-• THE TREAT OF THE SEASON I For what is there lovlier than a male quartette, said s<ooo one the ther day. Surely nothing in the ousical line. Kadoka has such a I fine treat offered here for next' vlonday night when the Marion i Quartette ai pears on the local j .vc'*um platform under tne aus- >ic< s of the commercial club. I Folks are going to drive long dis- ances to take* this in. Callers ' from other towns have said so. It therefore surely behooves very one Irving in or near Kadoka to fie here if it is at all possible. Then too that quarette of expert musicians have consented to plav p or a dance following the program ; ind you will have a chance to¦ read the fiVht phentastio toe toj nu<ie like which perhaps won’t be¦ t, ere again for manv a day. -• COUNTV i.’TFHFRS APPOINT IFOAI PAPERS The Board of County Commis- I doners re-assembled after their idjournment the first days of the ¦ear to finish their business for this month. Among other things the problem i f r.onointing legal publications .'or the county was on the pro- -1 rram. The Press fared well at ihoir hands and appreciates their ' favorable consideration. The other, papers are the same as they have ( ' been the past year, The Belvidere Times and The Interior Index. Ji This was the fair thing to do and i the counly/fathers faltered not a second in doing Oie right thing. CARD OF THANKS To all the numerous friends. > who have been so exceedinly kind ; to us in our sad hour of liereave- ment and sorrow, the death of our dear one, we desire to take these means of expressing our deepest i appreciation and thanks. Words j •annot adequately express our i| feelings of gratitude. To the i Masons we feel especially our thanks are due for the kind and sympathetic manner in which 1i they have taken care of the funer- 1 al. The many and beautiful fioral , offerings we re very much appreci- ated by us. Mrs. C.L. Crew and children Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Crew Mr. and Mrs. L. C.Crew Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Salisbury Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williamson i -1 Editor Goff of the Pioneer Re- ! view and attorney C. K. Whitney were visitors at the Press office Wednesday. Both of the gentlemen - were here in attendance of the ' Crew funeral Mr. Goff acting as • jne of the pall bearers. WANBLEE NEWS i Ted Craven moved his family to i town Sunday, in order that hisI ehidren might go to school. Theyj are occupying the rooms just va- ; cated by Mrs. Philips in the gov- , eminent cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shaffer were callers at the Jas . Arnold home the Sitting up region Sunday afternoon. Mr. B.W. Clock installed a radio ! jet in his home Sunday, and since : then radio has been the chief top- ic of conversaton. School opened Monday morning j .vith a fine attendance. Miss Men- ! denhall has the upper room, and I Mrs Enders is starting with thej ower room. Each room is now i equipped with a splendid wall ii Jiock; these c’ocks were purchased ! .vith part of the money earned byj he school with their program and x>x supper given in the fall. Messers Reeves and Shuck, the popular insurance men of Belvi-j iere, were Wanblee visitors Mon- i lay. They remained over night in own and drove on to Kyle Tues- day morning. Chas. F. Shaffer had business in . J ,he Hislc district 1 uesday after- 1 ' toon. Mr.W. A. Porch passed through *Vanb!ee Monday afternoon en- oute home from Kadoka. Mr. s orch was shipping another car1 oad of hogs this week, making -wo car loads shipped by him since , Christmas. Einei Enders was a Belvidere; isitor Thursday. The ladies of the Catholic church od another bazaar and bake sale 'anuarv the 12th. | Frank Cook and son Elmer had ’ scries of misfortunes when they : Parted Tor Kadoka in their cai the first of the week. Somethin? e nr d to be wrong with the steer ng apnaratus. Their first mishai >ccured just north of town, w:herj they drove in to a creek fronI vhieh it took a four horse team tr i 'vtricate them. Thev were no*j ’iscouraged by so small a matter i ’'owever and continued on thei> ! * ay. They had gotten near tho ! Vorby place when the car.goin«- I•’ ,vn the road at fid! «p~od ’umned the »oad and ’anded in tlv li'ch, breaking the wind shield i and some of the wheels. Mr. Oof ‘s now boosting horses and 1 tnrgku I s the safe and sure means (/ I travel. I Politics are warming up Sev- j eral petitions have been circulated ’«v candidates, and speculation i? -ife as to who else “will run”. W. A. Porch started for Interior Friday with a load of hogs. ; Mr and Mrs. Rud Thomas and on Raymond called at Hisle Satur J Fd Skibinski was a dinner guest at Thursday, i John Retz made a business trip Tvrea’s Saturday. Olen Larmer and A. F. Burke ! •’•ove to the W. A. Porch ranch ' , T*bnrsdsv on business, i Jim Iron Cloud went to Interior Friday after a load of freight for i *-ho store and supplies for the post i office. wetTnotes On last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uhlir entertained . i number of friends and neighbor? .at their home, the event being Vlr. Uhlirs birthday. The eveningI was spent in games and music. At | nidnight a delicious lunch wa? ! served by Mrs. Uhlir. In the wee j hours of the morning the guestsi departed all voting Mr. and Mrs.,| Uhlir royal entertainers. all voting Mr. and Mrs. Uhlir roy-1|al entertainers. Solon Brothers were very busy j 'ast week putting up ice for sum- • mer use. . . ,! Mrs. W. M. Gilchrist departedi Monday morning for Vermillion to siiend the remainder of the win- ter with her mother. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller and ? amilv were entertained at the J. P. Srcith home Sunday evening. A number of snapshots were c *ken in Weta Sunday morning. Those posing for pictures were Doss and Flmer Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Coleman were Sun- dav guests at the Freemole home. Attorney H. P. Gilchrist wa« in Weta Monday bringing his mother i -o the train. W. M. Gilchrist shirked a car ? ’oad of hogs to Sioux City Mon- l i Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn of Oakton v«ve boon visiting their daughter, M-s W. Kinor the past week. Fimer TThiii- cnent Tuesday eve- ' «<-(» A? tba Grube home. Mre Propmnlo j>"<l familv and ! Mr. Wood spent Monday evening¦ -* ? Vw> Oraift' horaa. [ Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith and1 f, l’’flFnrd SchilMncrpr was in Kadoka ’jaa V»nsin'' t» (s SaturdayI mv Alset was a caller at Weta Mondav. Guv Mason paoeod throu'm *own I an hie itrnv to Kadolra on hneinoee V>i«omo at Smith'.viok P IN John Pn»-nr "*«« in town from * his ranch Tue«d«v. 0 i Reeves and Shuck, the insur- -5 »nee men of Belvidere were here - Wednesday representing the Bel- !• videre Masons at the funeral. Mr. Shuck was one of the pall bearers. History DO GOOD ROADS IN- CREASE TAXATION? Auto License money and Gas Tax And U. S. Aid Build Lots Of Roads For the benefit of those loss in- farmed, 1 would like to submit the following facts: We will start with our State Hi- way Commissioners which was or- ganized four years ago, from tin result of a federal hiway law passed by Congress. This origin- ated from the good roads move- ment. Oar government had at that time a vast amount of funds available for hiways. This was allowed o the different states, on the basis of area, population and vaulations. It then became necess- ary for the government to require some corporate body or Commiss- ion in each state to handle these funds. Hence the creation of our State Hiway Commission. It was also stated in this law that the states should meet the Federal government in a fifty-fifty basis. I n order for South Dakota to ake care of its allotment, it either became necessary to raise this by lireel taxation, for the counties to a iso it, or for the state to issue bonds. Our State Legislature saw fit to issue $6,000,000 in bonds and f his was to be alloted to the differ- >nt counties. 75 per cent of this was to be used in the county in vhich it was raised and 25 |>er •ent of the State Hiway Commiss- on should j.pend at large among \c poorer counties, where their nl- otinent was not sufficent to tnkc are of the Hiway System. South Dakota’s allotment from his Federal fund so far has a- nounted to around $5,500,000. With this sum about 3,000 mile.* have been built or are under eon- truction in the State system. This ¦i only about half of the program lesignated by the Hiway law. Congress, however, began to re- size that they couldn't keep on bonding the State to raise these i ’uiids. So the body passed the Motor Vehicle Rights Bill, which '.ook off the personal tax on motor ars and placed a license tax on *n them. From data at hand 1 •nd tho-e fees amounted to about ’ 31,500,000 for 1923 and for 1924 vill he crreatly in excess of that. > In addition to that, there is the Gasoline tax, which at. one e«at un o July Ist. amounted to S3OO 000 : >nd has been two cents from July Ist. 1923. When we sum up the¦ofiJiher of tourists who have ••ossed our state, we where omo of it comes from. '•'Mtb-r ooiiree of revenue is tS B. 243—-Section 101, passed by the lepr'slatue which is a two uer ,o nt tax on all gross oarnin«/s of a Common Carrier by auto Vehicle¦•onw <¦ jtb a registration foe of 1 '".on vV»»nb fbn io to nlacofj to ' , ndi* of tt>n State Wiu av fund. Hut on he nthnr baud whero does rrrt tFedora' •d fr'init Tlmv a r aisod •irl r , ol|p(>t,r.d from tho inheritance ">V (he fny nn<t the 'C -v. "n Mi' Fov.j Mnl "*"¦ bt'ornl'v *o tge roads.- on ‘"b«K Jo's automobiles travel. Returns show that for every 10 ents that South Dakota pays to die government from the income ..mililance ami amusement tax, i ~e receive n return sl.*>l. While we hear a great <teal of I . riLiesm tor wnat the Hiway commission lias not done, let us gve tnem credit tor wha they have .tone.ior you can now traverse this state rain or shine, in an old Ford v\hich you could not have done umr years ago wth a span of mules. J. B. Bateman Commissioner Ist district of Jaek- ison County. Waterworks Still Out of Repair The freeze-up of the water sys- tem is due to a defective heating plant at the pumping station anil still exists. The pipes from the ground to the water tank nave burst and can only he re- paired when more clement weather is ets in. In the. meantime water ; pressure is being maintained in the mains and as a result every body can have water but thefe is no ?:upply in the tank. I The Press was misinformed¦ when it stated last week that K L. Kosencrance, the Federal Stock Detective, well known here, was ; killed by Indians at Rosebud. The ! truth is that he was brutallyj assaulted, suffered a fractured skull and an injured spine. He is well taken care of at a hospital at 1 Hot Springs and nicely on the wayjto recovery. His friends will be pleased to learn of this. ‘I| J. R. Fowler writes cnlhusiastic- - ally regarding his work with the f big Daveni>ort Times at Davenport. » lowa, where he is engaged as Lin.- i type mechanic and operator. Thcioj: is a different hum in the plant ol Ila big daily from that of a small(country weekly to be sure.

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