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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 31, 1918, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe agitator Willsboro fa., july 31, 1918. His Battle by Lilian h. Crowley. 1uj7. By me my Elure per Syndicate Harry weren t you a Little hard on fhe boy perhaps be could t help it. Tibere May have been a reason for Bis what excuse could he have Mes Efenger boys Are always late looking in the windows somewhere i suppose instead of getting Here with my suit x dear you Are unreasonable because fou Are anxious to be on time with Slizabeth Yon will have to learn to your temper or it May get you into serious trouble. The poor boy was and tried to explain but you listen can t you see dear that the world will not come to an end things turn out a Little differently than Yon mrs. Dangerfield looked at her son with some she realized Anore and More that he was giving to a Hasty temper that wag Natu ral to him and that he had no thought iof curbing it. Harry took the Box of clothes up and after a Hasty dressing Hur aled out of the House and Down the to the Home of his Fiancee Elizabeth Root by several blocks May. As he neared his destination he a Young Man run Down the Steps of the House jump into his automobile lend drive away in the opposite direction. He recon mixed him As Harold Tong one of his own friends and a Young Man of their set and Pang of jealous anger shot through men with nerves of Ibon remarkable that said to have been performed by eng Lish Steeple jacks. The business of being a Steeple Jack has very strangely run through eral families of England. At notting Ham there was a family named Wool ton members of which centuries the reputation of being daring a Tuple climbers not for adventure but in the Way of business. One of these . In the of George Iii was famous for repair ing steeples and Spires without using scaffolding he did his work by the help of ladders Hooka and ropes. When repaired St. Peter s spire notting Ham in 1789, having finished his work he beat a drum at us top thousands of people looking on. Another of the woo tons undertook the perilous task of ascending the spire of St. Mary a Manchester which was by a tremendous wind the Ball and Cross had been Bent Down and looked dangerous. This Steeple climber raised ladders one after the other assisted by blocks and ropes and secured each in succession to the Stone work with clamps. When he got near the top of the spire the work became More difficult and the spectators anxiously watched him As he fixed the last ladder. Having accomplished this feat Wootton stepped from the ladder on to the Crown or Pinnacle of the Steeple and stood quite upright with his hands free. Then he raised a cheer which was responded to by the crowds below. More extraordinary still one of these Steeple climbers is said to have per formed the feat of standing upon head on a Steeple top. He mounted the Steps with All the Page of the previous hour returned. When Harry entered the living room lie saw Elizabeth bending Over a Basket of Pink roses. She looked up Ait him Ana smiled. Did t i see Harold Young just Seave he demanded. Said the astonished Girt. And he brought these Flowers jul Len t again answered the now to tightened and bewildered girl then this is what i shall do with Harry took the Basket threw All the Lovely roses on the floor and stamped their Beauty to nothingness. Then turning on his Biel without one look Jat Elizabeth he left the House and went Home. Weeks passed and Harry nursed his Inger and jealousy with stubbornness. He did not go anywhere that he might meet Elizabeth. Every one was so Rosy with War and hed Cross work hat he was not missed As he other Wise would have been. One Day while Harry was sitting in his office miserably unhappy in his longing for the girl who was to have been his wife the door opened and in walked Louise Spencer. Louise was an intimate Friend of Elizabeth Harry was pleased and surprised As he arose receive his visitor. Began Louise at once "1 we to see u you would help a with the exclaimed he Why a Lent you know that Ellis Ibeth is the president of the Angela Flower Mission and i am the Secre no. Tell me about it i supposed Elizabeth had told Yon Mil about it. We were elected to office to collect Flowers Junie time ago Strom our friends and take them to the blk people on our list Harold Young has driven his machine on most of the errands for us but he sails for France next week and we need you does Elizabeth know you were go tag to ask no she does t i Only thought of it this morning. I have been so upset Harold s going away. Tonight our engagement is to be announced and i am telling you now so that you will tide remand. You will help us won t you with All my heart and soul i help. You can depend on me Day or plight for after she left Harry walked up and flown the length of the room Many times. Twice he took Down the receiver of the Telephone Only to put it Back again. His Mother s words came Back to blk you will have to learn to control your temper or it May get you Tato serious yes that was the whole trouble. He had been As Harty with Elizabeth As he had been with the messenger seizing Bis hat he left the pile of letters on his desk and went to see he found her at Home looking sad it As Beautiful As Ever and she was a bending Over a Large Basket of Flowers feat had been sent in for the Mission. Into her face came a look of but prone and Joy which she quickly sup pressed. Then looking calmly and boldly at him she waited for him to he went Over to her and took her band. He Bent his head Over it Peni gently and said Dearest can Yon Ever forgive my beastly temper i was jealous of har because i thought he brought the Howers for you. I have just Learned the truth. I am so Happy and so and if you forgive Roe i prom ise to try with All the strength i never to let my temper get away from me Aplin. Dear one won t Yon try a again and let me help with the Flowers As has Donet for answer two soft arms stole hink. Her privilege. Mrs. Don t mind my looking at year hat band do Yont i think perfectly Lovely. He s been making eyes at me All evening. As much As you dear. A cat May look at a language hard to master fearful and wonderful were Thooe written by Pupilli of malaysian school. Some queer sentences turned out by the pupils of the methodist girls school at Kuala Bumpur Malaysia. One can usually distinguish the subject and Tell what the child tried to say at least when the form of a verb is changed it is called congregation. The prime Meridian is called the eternal Date line Gibraltar is the keynote in the Mediterranean. The finest wheat that Ever cropped grows in Russia. The masculine of spinster is bore. He bad nothing on except a sword and he was unarmed. A wife is the upset opposite of the husband the place was taken by Eton and Thunder. Benjamin Franklin looked very funny with his clothes behind and a loaf of bread in his Mouth. The cat was thin and Pale. Gibraltar is known As the Keyhole of England. St Helena is a place where Napoleon bad been diminished. The barbarian states Are Morocco Algiers Tripoli and turnips. Queen Victoria reigned 60 years. She was the longest Sovereign that Ever ruled in England. A Frog is a Bug with four legs. It stands up in ftnf1 Outlook. Got their Lively a famous lion Tamer tells of a queer Christmas present he once received. It was a consignment from a Friend abroad of three Boa constrictors and Flo nut Gator Tow to univer Gitt cd the chinese in medi Cal Yale University founded Luchina the College of or Yale in China with the object of fitting native students to become leaders in their own land. In no direction do the chinese More require leadership in the Field of Medicine and Hygiene according to a writer in world Outlook. Yale in China believes in a Ennd mind in a sound body and it in rustling to teach Back Ward China How to develop such bodies. Its training school is preparing 40 White capped nurses to tend the Chi Nese sick it has a Fine Hospital and it is developing Strong med ical schools to launch into a waiting world 200 eager medical students at a graduation. Old Yale loved China Early but China did not love Yale at first it did not know about these foreign doctors and their queer ways but two remarkable men an american and a Chi Nese showed what Western skill could do and the chinese were won. Doctors Hume and yen cured so Many patients that the grate Ful people spared the College in the riots of 1910, when other for Eigners were killed. In the revolution of 1911 the Ya-11 doctors again proved themselves such effective friends of the chinese caring for the wounded that they became More beloved than Ever. And when doctor yen succeeded in keeping the dread manchurian plague out of the province gratitude was expressed by a Gold medal now doctor yen can do what he wants and have what be pleases in Hunan. Family should read aloud Why inventor Elton blamed for decline of custom. Edison is most to blame for the de Cline of the pleasant and profitable old custom of Reading aloud Accord ing to the Omaha news. The electric Light affording convenient illumination for every Book or paper in the family started it substitution of the phonograph and moving picture As a Means of entertainment did even More. Good poetry can never be fully appreciated until it is read aloud even to one s self. Whitman and Swan bume for instance Are not poetry at All without the magical sound of the syllables. The better the poetry the More it is improved by Correct and leisurely Reading. But the principal gain lies in draw ing the family together and in educating the children. Not even hard study will improve the spoken vocabulary of a child so much As listening to Good literature and taking a turn in read ing. The hard words become easy and common when fatties or Mother can help with pronunciation and definition. Stirring stories for a Lively the lion Tamer and a wife got the Lively time desired he says i shall never forget Tow annoyed i was when during the night two of the alligators broke out of their boxes in our bedroom and began exploring. I could not find the matches and i and my wife remained on top of the bed canopy till morning. Luckily my wife never thought of the thing that Wor ried me. I was afraid the alligators might Call on the Boa constrictors to wish them a merry Christmas and so Wake them up tool and digestion. The reason nuts Are thought indigestible by some is because of the thin skin surrounding each Kernel notes a medical authority. This can easily be blanched Oft by pouring boiling water on the nut and allowing it to stand for a few moments. Almonds should never be eaten with the red Tough skin on the nut meat when boiling water is poured on the Almond this skin becomes As Tough As leather. The to. Grind the nut meats or Pound them for which purpose the nut butter knife in the meat grinder will found the right tool. A Good nut Cracker with Strong Spring makes nut cracking easy and is preferable to buying the ready picked meats on the Market Robinson Mark Twain s Tom and Cooper s tales the legend of sleepy Dick ens and Scott s works pigs to Little Are just a few suggestions. Reading aloud is pleasant in itself and forms a background for character Rise of italian officers How younger gained com Mand of during War. The readjustment of the army com mands in Italy As a result of the recent Rapallo conference which selected the Veteran general Cadorna As the Empire s military Counselor brings a con summation Long wished for advancement of the younger men among the commanders says a correspondent these Are general Arman do Diaz fifty six general Bado Llo forty sir and general Olard no who will soon be fifty six. General Diaz started in the War As a Junior major general. He Rose from the command of a corps to a division and then was Given charge of operations in the Carso. He smashed Solo line in August taking prisoners. General bag Dollo a lieutenant colonel in 1915, reached the rank of major general after taking sub Ono his neighbor by Agnes a. Brown. Copyright 1k17, in Union. Dear Gwen i am keeping my Promise by writ ing As soon As the new studio has been installed. It looks As though i might do Good work Here in my Glass roof room near the sky. The Only place available for renting seemed this old time mansion now Given Over to cheap apartments this because we Are nearer the business Center than a desirable residence Section. To me however obscurity lends value to the situation As i May be free from visit ing interruptions. The picture progresses favourably and i am intent up on a second. Please save yourself the trouble of instructing friends to Hunt me out. I have already been obliged to refuse various evening invitations tendered in my sister Gwendolen a name. I suppose you Are As usual Busy with your pet charities. Do not worry about my welfare As i shall keep you duly informed. Your affectionate brother Jack. Dear Owen the morning Sun comes in at right angles through my Glass roof the painting grows apace and meals served from a nearby restaurant Are in my enjoyable isolation i might be on a desert Isle save for the Young woman across the Hall. She would i think be fit subject for your passion for if you could reach her. Of these proud self sacrificing american women of ours what will they not do for love and duty i though i must confess this is my first actual experience with the kind. Who wipes up our says that when my neighbor s husband went to War she gave up her comfortable Flat and came Here to live with her child. During the Day she has taken up an unaccustomed Posi Tion in a Flower shop it seems but she sings right cheerily at night As she Cooks the child s supper. It was this same singing which attracted my at Tention to the two that and the child s evident glee when her Mother brings Home a currant Roll. Can you. Imagine it Gwen unalloyed Joy Over the fact of a currant Roll Joy in three Dingy rooms near the roof Joy after a hard Day s work it makes one Long to step out and buy a Quantity of those delicacies we sated ones take As our matter of course and leave them at their door. But the presumption would be resented. The child looks like a Christmas show window doll. After school hours she often sits at a turn of the Stair knitting for a when i almost fell Over her one Day she naively informed me that it was not so lonesome there As in i thank you for comforts kindly sent to myself. Your Loving Jack. Dear Owen i too. Having difficulty with my study of Spring the face of the Central Fig ure lacks that significant Sweet fresh Ness which it must have. Following your adv Cpl the Flower shop one evening Purchas ing from my neighbor a Rose tree which has been sent to you. Acting again upon your suggestion i frankly presented myself and made inquiry concerning father. Peggy May happens to be the unusually of that Phurm singly free from self consciousness were the Mother s replies or. May was Well and in Good spirits she herself managed very nicely and Peggy May was Happy. I was dismissed. So to help these Brave people seems beyond our Power. Love to you my sister. Jack. Dear Gwen the second idea was a Bright one and speedily acted upon. With Diplo Macy and persuasion it was arranged that Peggy May should pose for my child Model of Spring. The picture will be a Success. We paint very Early in the morning before the Little Mother is due at the Flower shop. Her Needles Flash in that everlasting knitting As she sits beside us. Like a Flower her self. Is the wife of that Soldier in courageous always. What a contrast to the Fortune favored girls we have known and j. Very hastily Jack. Dear Gwen Pardon me if this letter May prove somewhat incomprehensible. Perhaps Pioneer life in Missouri Tine or men and but l soul i Day also hard on the women. We knit Illus of in Imit a .1 utter written by u worn a to Ihm r in Kentucky the Kansas City Star the men and dogs have a Fine time but we poor women have to suffer. We pack water from one half mile to one mile for cooking and washing. My advice is stay where you Are. But if you see anyone coming to this country Send a Plank Cradle for poor Little Pat Rick. His poor Little Back is full of hard bumps lying in a Cradle George made out of a hollow log. With a piece of Wood for a Pillow. George and i at tended a wedding last week. The preacher a hard Shell Baptist had a Long Buckskin overcoat. The Groom was in his shirt sleeves with White Cotton pants that cume just below Bis Knees and White Cotton socks and Buckskin slippers on his feet. The girl was dressed in a Low necked Short waisted Short sleeved White Cotton dress that was monstrous Short for a girl like her. She had on Buckskin slippers and her hair was tied with a Buckskin string which is All the go Here. And when the preacher was spelling and Reading the ceremony from the Book the girl commenced sneezing and the Buckskin string slipped off her hair which fell All Over her face and everybody an Early marriage ceremony in Liv Ingston county took place with the couple on one Side of Medicine Creek and Squire Jordan on the other Side. The Creek was booming. The Young Man swam the Stream and brought the Squire Down from his Bouse. Then the Young Man swam Back and took his place beside the Young woman. Squire Jordan could t swim. He wanted to postpone the ceremony a few Days until the Creek went Down. The Young folks would t have it they joined hands and told the Squire to go ahead. The questions and answers were shouted across the Creek and the knot was tied. Medicine Creek got its name according to tradition because a country doctor in trying to swim it lost his Pill As they were called. Potash always in demand hard to obtain sufficient Quantity of thai most important of Potash is perhaps the most important of fertilizers. Although potassium in its combinations is one of the most widely distributed of the ele ments it is found massed in bulk in Only a few places. The Saxon deposits at Stassfurth and the Beds in Alsace Are the world s chief sources of sup pay. Elsewhere Potash is to be had Only by the treatment of great quantities of material with a Small resultant yield. The Case is not As bad As that of Radium where a ton of Ore May give Only a a Gram of the pre Cious Metal but it is bad enough to make its extraction an extremely costly process. The Farmer s wife has Al ways known How to Leach Potash from Wood ashes in sufficient Quantity to make the soft soap the family washing but this method does not pay hone s jumping Powers. A the Reader will carefully measure out 89 feet an idea of a horse s Capac Ity in this direction will be gathered. Such a distance a steeplechase horse called old Chandler is reported to have of Toped at and then became chief of staff of the second army. He has directed the of a or aeons of an army corps better 1 die icon co since. General Lardino was a colonel in 1915. He won a major generalship last june and later was Given command of a full army corps. Folly of ridicule. A moment of indulgence in ridicule May create lifelong resentment notes a student the late Richard Mansfield la said to have nursed a grievance against Henry Irving for years. The reason was that Irving had momentarily indulged a Little weakness be had for making sardonic remarks. Ridicule of persons strikes at vanity. And vanity is a very common few escape it Al together. And this kind of ridicule in fact All kinds on examination will be found to be associated with vanity. In ridiculing there is invariably that desire to show How Clerry one is oneself. Yoti Tell me prof member in Entrena of that s very Mully it in alcohol for if grim Exchange. Oit out that Kythe and boor demanded father time. Protected the artist i have plot Norert yrs that Way for Tnie but this is Slot Cather Dif Ferent year you not to portray me with a machine gun and a Gas Atto Bether different hotel waiters Are not at All like they to no formerly you Tom waiter it Chari. It it s genuine it will then Hare j Yon in nod to put. Now he ton what you i How to Tell Good que. 1 if glue is frequently re melted it loses much of its strength therefore Gloe newly made is preferable to that which has been rebelled. The hotter the glue the More Force it will exert in keeping the joined parts glued to Gether. In ail Large and Long it should be applied immediately after boiling. Apply pressure until it is ret and hardened. Good glue More water than does poor glue. The beat glue will require from one half to More than double the water that is required with poor glue which is Clear and red. The Quality can be discovered by breaking a piece. If Good it will break Bard and Tough and will be Irreg Rofer on the broken Edge. If poor it will break comparatively easy Leav ing a Keno orb straight re Liti the record of escapes from War Captivity has been rent meal for a int noun prisoner who recently crowd the dutch Frontier in twelfth attempt to or be thre time s he fled in the j direction of Lux a Hiiop Tevlo he Remde for on several occasions he took the Rovid to Poland and Efrain to Wnm Fork but in Ewry without this the time he had tried Hick in the direct Lon of Netherlands Frontier and after be ing two months and Twenty Days on the Road crowned his Perrer Ance. Suit my Case. You accused me of negligence in writing while the sittings of my Pic Ture were going on if you could but have known the desperate state of my mind at the time. Inwardly i was accusing myself of falling in love with a married woman. And though the object of my love Bent Ever absorbed Over her knitting she must have known the state of my heart then blessedly that it is All took the croup and the woman i love came swiftly for me one evening begging me to stay with the child while she hurried for the doctor. Then the Story came out Carrie had made a Nat ural father had gone to War hut it a his sister who had taken the Motherless child into her unselfish care. And the happiest Man in the world Owen and we want you to come and plan for our wedding. Yours from a seventh heaven Jack. Expert you think that people romantic and after they Are married Don t know about roman tic part of it. But if they Are going to try to Erp Nln everything they be got to by More Tran and there is More than one apparently authentic record of a horse Clearing Over seven feet in height the scene of such an exploit was at the Phoenix Park Dublin and the horse was called turnip. The animal belonged to sir b. Crofton and the Duke of Richmond then lord lieutenant of Ireland wagered that this height could not be cleared. A Wall of the requisite dimensions was built and when finished turnip was Ridden at it he did what was asked of him in perfect style but it happened that his Grace not know ing that the feat was ready for performance was not looking when the jump was made and turnip was there fore Ridden Over it again not Only successfully but tit bits. Catching monkeys. The Well known habit of monkeys to imitate the actions of Man is cleverly utilized by wild animal catchers la Tak ing the agile climbing creatures Cap Tive says popular mechanics Maga Zine. The Hunters method is to walk about for some time within sight of boots. Then the boots Are taken off and gum is placed in their Bottoms after which the men withdraw from the scene. Be fore Long the curiosity of the imitative watchers in the Trees gets the better of their caution and they descend and Start to try on the boots whereupon they discover that the footwear cannot removed and being unable to climb Are easily captured. Easy to buy and apply Wood Board have an inviting dining room at Only a Little time labor and expense you can apply Cornell Wood Board to the Walls and ceilings of the dining room or any other room in the House and increase the Beauty a Hundred percent this Superior Wallboard nails right Over old Walls or direct to studding. Decorates perfectly with paint or Kais Omine. Gives beam and panel effects. Panel suggestion free for the asking. Makes House warm in Winter Cool in summer. Remarkable resistant of fire and moisture. Satisfaction guaranteed when properly applied. L perfect material for garages Chicken houses All farm buildings repairs alterations Etc. Write for Sample and Complete information. Your dealer has Cornell Wood Board in boards thick 32 x48 wide Standard lengths. R. W. Co. Why better Daiby Days coming. Some British problems Are of interest at this time when there is so much talk of meeting our own labor Short age by teaching the women of the land to take the places of men in the Muni Tion and other factories some of the problems that have been met and Are being met by the British government should be of special interest declares an Exchange. In this connection officials of the department of labor have made some interesting investigations. With the Advance of the War one of the most difficult problems confront ing the British government has been so to adjust wages of women and girls engaged in War work As to make them fair and equitable not Only to those who have themselves entered employ ments with which they Are almost to tally unfamiliar but also to employ ers who have been forced by the exigencies of the situation to take on Large numbers of female workers. In its attempt to regulate women s wages the British government has of course been confined so As compulsion is concerned to controlled establish la sements and in these approximately out of women have benefited by wages adequate to main Tain them in health and efficiency while to a very Large proportion Opportunity has been Given to augment the per earn pig. it is said by those of our officials who have looked carefully into this matter that when consideration is Given to the diverse nature of the trades the absence of any data on which the British authorities could work when they first took up the question of regu lating women s wages the absolute time for Wise culling. R am not in sympathy with the movement that has in View the sell ing off of Dairy herds because they have become unprofitable the pro ducts of the Dairy cow Are necessary to the growing and maintaining of the Hurana race. W0 have not got ten so very from our original milk diet and the demand for milk will Al exist. We Are in an upheaval of prices and adjustment May be some time in the future. But the cow is soon to come into her rightful heritage that is now in adjust ment the great body of Consumers of milk have not As vet comprehended the food value of milk As com pared with meats and so Long As they do not even Advance in milk Price causes them to economize on milk and then but yet More meat costing actually a half More than would milk with its Especial dietary value Over in heat. The government May Jet take a hand in this and As an economic measure make milk a substitute to go with certain kinds of foods and then the food value of milk will be discovered by the great mass of Consumers. After the War the demand for Dairy bred own will be greatly enhanced. We shall want Stock As never before and Europe will want it by the ship loads. It is a Good in f up Novelty of wage regulation by a government department the. Extreme urgency of the Many difficulties which arose the reluctant attitude of employers and the interdependence of commercial work and munitions work the British feel justified in claim ing a very considerable adjustment in the matter of women s wages. The principle upon which the wage orders relating to women and girls Ynve been designed is that a Standard rate should be fixed variable Only in special cases. It is contended by the British authorities that if the orders had fixed minimum rates there would have been a tendency for the women to agitate that they should be increased on any and every pretext on the principle that having got so much by no efforts of their own they should be Able to double their emoluments by deter mined agitation. Moreover Many of the conditions under which women Are employed on munition work must necessarily be of a temporary nature and continue Only for the War period. It is of advantage both to employers and the work done by women into two Broad classes for which both parties know definitely the rate that will be paid. A Standard rate differs from a minimum rate in that it is the rate which ordinarily is to be paid and from a maximum rate in that it is not necessarily the Hlub Wrt rate to be paid in All cases. Cows As beef is High then see that better Breeding is ordered better heifers raised better rations fed and a better sanitary condition provided so that the health of the Lierd May be More nearly guaranteed. Improvement May not exhibit great profits at first but in the end it will nay of fun new the Raj la vhf Afi for Well bred cows is phenomenal. To drop out of the Dairy would Dis arrange All of our economic Indus tries and a settled Dairyman cannot Well afford to adopt some other profession without any guaranteed pro Mathew Morgan. Strong there is one great advantage i keeping both Glass and film negatives in a Delopes made of transparent a that the negative can be at and identified without taking it int of its envelope. More negatives Are damaged by being turned Over to find some particular one than by the of time and the transparent in protects them from injury from this source. A system of filing and cataloguing by which any negative re quart a can be found with a minimum of dirt Urbance of Tho others to prevent damage. A perfectly killing of electric Bine. With your i Rex old think Boek would us in of the marked Success of recent governmental and private efforts to promote the production of More cereals during if Serif Al of the War conto Walter f. Bolyn puerto Cortes an american Eom Piny him Impo. I i mid us first Mill for the milling of Cornmeal. Was purchased in the United states and erected at Pedro sulfa it Small equipment but Marks beginning of a new in Dpi try. Proving it they Tell me Young mrs. Bangi was a War Yea it was t a week after her Marriaga before she went into us for it actually the Story i yesterday made my wife Tell it to it to Miner of Supply. Oun you name four principal Btl inc animals found in this die Yew m. Tomcat a cats Oats. A for him. Why did you get drunk of Only for a Lark. Indeed 1 Well Hare for you Oan of for thirty Days. Of Allmen. Nothing can Ever take your cooed Thyl nothing Diirr a perhaps a reason of course there is and we pm you that the reason you ought to buy your family and and shoes or is he is a careful buyer the Tery goods them on their and he personally right behind every other he Good. Why by him Why they come again and the reason new it will Cost Yon nothing to try the grocery and shoe store until you Leara for your the reason Why place to Trade All the time. Bookkeeping shorthand stenotype typewriting 4 months St Home 2 months in school. Investigate. New plan to your join on look ahead club of 10 students each month e is p a per a. Market St. Elmira. N.y1 re paper

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