Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 19, 1912 · Page 5
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"IF THERE'S TROUBLE IN THE Xm, PM SURE TO KNOW 0 FIT,'' SAYS FELK TO FlNKl /COWe OH OUT 5) OE\ lUHCUE>«0SE6THt ) tRMKruPOVER ) \pwR HEA05 ?/ ProfcttifKniil' Directoiy^ WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTKIJ—IfpSlTJON HY CO.MPE- lent RtenoKraji|i<<r of xevcn >«>ur«' ox- pi-rlcnce. Ad<lro»s K. X.. UU S. Walnut €t., lolu. Kan. WANTED—MAN AND WOMAN FOR Koneral work ut Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTKIJ—IfpSlTJON HY CO.MPE- lent RtenoKraji|i<<r of xevcn >«>ur«' ox- pi-rlcnce. Ad<lro»s K. X.. UU S. Walnut €t., lolu. Kan. WANTED—MAN TO WORK ON MY farm. Dr. W. S. Hendricks. FORM LOANS WANTED— 1 AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or smalli at the lowest rate to be obtained apywhere. Hrlvllege to pay any amount at any inter^^ paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L Tborapsuu. Over Kvans Drug Store. WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO cook at the hotel. J. C. Uurrls, Garble, Kans. WANTED—MAN TO WORK ON MY farm. Dr. W. S. Hendricks. FORM LOANS WANTED— 1 AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or smalli at the lowest rate to be obtained apywhere. Hrlvllege to pay any amount at any inter^^ paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L Tborapsuu. Over Kvans Drug Store. WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO cook at the hotel. J. C. Uurrls, Garble, Kans. WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSE- koeper. Address "H," care Register. FORM LOANS WANTED— 1 AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or smalli at the lowest rate to be obtained apywhere. Hrlvllege to pay any amount at any inter^^ paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L Tborapsuu. Over Kvans Drug Store. WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO cook at the hotel. J. C. Uurrls, Garble, Kans. SALESMAN-BALANCE THIS YEAR and next, i -xperlenced In any line, to soil general trade in Kansas. Unexcelled specialty proposition. t'«»iuuiis- slon contract. is.'i.OO weekly for «'x- penses. The Continental Jewelry Co., Cleveland. Ohio.' FORM LOANS WANTED— 1 AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or smalli at the lowest rate to be obtained apywhere. Hrlvllege to pay any amount at any inter^^ paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L Tborapsuu. Over Kvans Drug Store. WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO cook at the hotel. J. C. Uurrls, Garble, Kans. WANTED —CHAMBERMAID AND dining room girl. Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED TO UUY—FIVE OR SIX room house, close in; It must be worth the money. Phone 360. WANTED —CHAMBERMAID AND dining room girl. Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED TO UUY—FIVE OR SIX room house, close in; It must be worth the money. Phone 360. WANTED AT lOLA—PIPE LINE teams. $4.00 to $5.00 a day. C. C. Luccock. Phone 194; WANT-YOU TO KNOW ABOUT the finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. G. Gates, Arcadia, Florida. P. 0. Box 20. WANTED AT lOLA—PIPE LINE teams. $4.00 to $5.00 a day. C. C. Luccock. Phone 194; WANT-YOU TO KNOW ABOUT the finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. G. Gates, Arcadia, Florida. P. 0. Box 20. WOMEN—SELL GUARANTEED, lioslery 70 per cent profit; make $10 1 daily: full or part lime; beginners in- | vestigate. STRONG K^'IT. Box 4029,] West Philadelphia, Pa.' j WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BAR- lier trade. No limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can Join u.= with assurance you will succeed. We have received praise from thousands for our beneficial course. Investigate now. .Molar Barber.Col­ lege, Kansas City. M<?. WOMEN—SELL GUARANTEED, lioslery 70 per cent profit; make $10 1 daily: full or part lime; beginners in- | vestigate. STRONG K^'IT. Box 4029,] West Philadelphia, Pa.' j WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BAR- lier trade. No limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can Join u.= with assurance you will succeed. We have received praise from thousands for our beneficial course. Investigate now. .Molar Barber.Col­ lege, Kansas City. M<?. LADIES—WHEN"" DELAYED OR j irregular, use Triumph.Pills; always! dependable; "Relief" a nd particulars \ fr.'P Write National Medical Ins., Mll- w.-^ukee, Wis. WANTED-IJVBORfcRS FOR FOUN- dry work; wages to $2.00 a daj-; steady employment. ; U. S. Radiator Corporation, Paola, Has. IF THE PAPER BOY FAIlfl TO j delirer youir paper, call 18 and we will send you a paper by a special carrier, the same er<>nfnr. { • FOR SALE—FOR SALE ' FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—HOUSE FURNISH- ings. rugs, linuleums. trunks, suit cases and combination heaters. Bunnell. 9 N. Jefferson. Phone 1290. \ FOR SALE-UNREDEEMED SUIT ' cases. You can't tell them from new. From $1.00 up. All kinds of handbags iand trunks Blgus Pawn Shop .In fruit store. : trunks, handbags and watches. Above ! articles have been pawned and aro unredeemed, therefore jl can sell ihcni cheap. Blgus Pawn Shrip, In fruit !...—„ r>i,r<„„ 293. • FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IN j tJiSe.i„Z;!rrr '^^-i FOR RENT-FOR RENT STOVE WOOD FOR SALE $2.2 .'^i a cord delivered Phon«' 997 -22. J. H. Frlsch«>nuii*yi'r or 1< D. llDrville Phone 474-J. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your Insurance. _place some of it with me. I will see that your interests aro safely guarded, by writing you In a first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone -142. Over Evans Drug Store. FOR SALE—GOOD SOUND Assorted, hand picked winter apples at the orchard. Harry Boeken, Moran, Kan.sas. Lallarpe Phone 764. FOR SALE—SIX MALE COLLIES, four months old: $.').00 each. S. C. Gardner. LaHarpe. FOR SALE—CHOICE MILCH cows. Phone 6 CJ. FOR SALE—TEAM. WAGON AND harness. Frank Boyer, 4 miles south of I^Harpc, Kos. • FOR SALK --2U0 HOMER AND CAR- noaiii plK.'ons Fine ilioroughbrHds. Uuartors crf>wd«'d Bargains If taken at «>nc«v MlsB Grace Aters. lola Pigeonrv. 21 Acer.s Park. FOR SALE—HOI^TEIN BULL, year old. Inquire ^4 mile north lola Portland or William Cooper, Bassett. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED room for gt^ntleuian. 402 E. Madison. F«JR RKNT-FOt:R ROOM HOUSE. furnlsliKil or tinfuruliilieil. Inquire 42.1 S. Che.-sinul. ri;oii.' FOR SALE—WINTER APPLES 2r .c per bushel; elder apples. Sc. Tobias Kramer, 3 miles north, 2 west Moran. SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD goocls for sale, cheap at 501 S. Walnut, FOR RKNT—FOUR ROOM MOD- ern house; paved street. See M. L Decker, 211 N. Sycamore. FOR RENT—FURNISHED RES- taurant and rooios; 21S South street. Phone 1220. FOR RE.NT—THREE NICE ROOMS 71 ."i S. W'ashlngton. FOR SALE AT ONCE—TWO IIOUS- j pQR RE.NT OR SALE-FURNISH- es In lola either with or without lots. Phone 961-2. ed restaur.tnt and rooms: 218 South Street. Phone 1220. FOR SALE-RUGS. FURNITURE pQR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. Stoves. Big stock. Cash or payments.: JQ^ JJ jei^prson. Ed Hennlngcr. West Madison. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—GOLD BAR PIN. RETURN to Register office. •> 9B. G. M. SCS8 • ^ Bxtractloii without pain by tb* # « use of Nitrous Oxide Gas # •> Ke ^M TS>m. 1 Xertkray VHf. • « Pfaonesi-Office &&3; Res. 8S2 • • • XONKT TO LOAHI I Will lend pn bqusebold goods, pianos, organs. sewlBg iuap rbines. diamonds and Jewelry. i. W. COFFEI OfBce, Ka. 11« Korth Stfttl • * •> •> • • « PHIUIP HEICiELI # •9 • •> HARNESS AMD 8ADDLBBX « ^ deaenj Bcpalrlaf • • llOM South Btreet-Iola. KM. • LOST—GOLD BAND RING SOME where In the north part of town, near Buckeye street. Return to Register office. Reward. R. Walla. LOST—WHITE ANGORA CAT. about six weeks old. Return to 416 .-Jouth Wa.vhington. I shall 'r<-comraenU its adoption by the; stale of Washington." I : 1 Saves Leg of Boy. I —"It seemed that my 14-year-oId | "loy would have to lose his leg. on ac-' •ount of an ugly, ulcer, caused by a bad. bruise." wrote D. F. Howard, \quone. N. C. "All remedies and doc- ors treatment failed till we tried lucklen's Arnica Salve, afad cured him | with one box." Cures burns, bolls, skin' eruptions, piles. 25c at all druggists. • «• F. L. B. LEATELL, H. DL • SpecialUes: • 4 plseayea of the Cheat # •> Diseases of Childreo ^ <> PhoaesVOfiice M;I Bet. Vkl • •> lola State Bank Bldg. • • • - • I • T.O.CANATSEY Expert Piano Tanliif and Repairing. •mth Roberta Marie Co. PHomin FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM .MODERN house. .'{07 S. Oak. Inquire 323 S Oak. FOR SALB-^HITE NANNY GOAT wagon and harness. Louie H. Klau- niann. . ; —• • • ~ FOR RENT—12 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE CHEAP—ALL MND !»,cio3e .suitable for rooming; or of shotguns, revolvers and rifles, boanllng. Whitaker & Donnell. mm. NEWS FOR TODAY LeROY SrORIXG WAS UXi :SlI.\L LO(AL FOOTBALL EYE.XT Willis Spragne l.'oing to Texas—Mr. Parla-sr» Sees Balloon—I'hurrh and Social News., I l^Hari)e. Oct 19—Mrs. J. V. Poisett t and grandson. Verl Polsett, went to' Erie yesterday on account of the 111- | ness of her dauKhtof-ln-law, Mrs. J. V. Polsett. Jr. Marshall J. N. Clark was transacting business In lola yesterday. One of the old time foot ball players statM yesterday that the game Thursday between UiHarpe and l-eRoy was the third time in eight years that the first team.had* beoi).scored against on tlieir home grounds. The first time was eight years ago this fall when the Haskell Indians defeated the first team before the largest crt)wd over known to attend a game here. C. T. Harris yesterday sold his Interest In the UiHarpe Marble & Granite Works to L. L. Same of Garnett. Mr. Sams Is an expert stone cutter and will move the stock to Garnett •wtoere he w-ill no doubt enjoy a good business. MV. Tarrls will In the near future receive a nev»- line of stones and continue In the same business. Mrs. Sherwood of Geneva Is spending the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Bacon. Dr. G. B. Lambeth of Moran was calling on Dr. C. J. Halm yesterday. —Ask for Marr's Purity Bread at W. S. Ford's. , Mrs. G. A.Cowden was in lola on business yesterday.. W'illis Sprague of seven miles north of town was in town yesterday making preparations to move to Texas. He owns a farm near Katy and only fifty miles from Houston. Mrs. C. E. Meader returned yesterday from Ijouisbnrg. j Kahses. Her daugiiter, Mrs. Hugh {Borders and daughter accompanied ber home for a two weeks' visit. Mr. Borders Is expected down tomorrow. G. C. Parlasca said yesterday that ,a big baloon passed over LaHarpe. According to Mr. Paslasca a baloon or airship, passes over our city about • • • . We do all kinds of Watch •> •> and Clock Repair Work. We • also have a complete line of •> ^ WalebeK and Clorks <• • to select from. Come In and * • let us show you. <• « * • * • * • WATERS k DANFORTH « • Drugs and Jewelry <• • •> • <• •> FELT MATTRESSES • « • • The Ijtyer Felt Mattress Is • • the best sold anywhere. We * ^ have them for $ti.7."> cash. * • « • Heavy coil bed springs guar- • • anteed for twenty-five ye:irs • •> at $2.7r.. * • • • LAIIAKPE FrRMTlKE STOKE •> • H. K. Martin, From. <• Tomorrow Is Rally Day at the church.' Instead of the usual morning sermon the time will be devoted to a big Rally Day program that villi be of unusual Interest. Everyont^ invited. ; A. J. MORTO.V. Pastor: Don't forget that the revival meet- j Ings begin this evening at the Holl-' ness church. THE DATS DOINGS AT 6AS CITY MR. SINCLAIR LIKES TABLOID STOCK ENGACSEMENTS. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. LItlle Girl Took FreHldent Talt'n Pic lure for .Mr. Alklotl.—Fernonal .He'ntlou. 3; $ £ 3i $ $ £ $ $ $ $ $ £ £ £ £ Jn^t arrived, onr new stoek of a- CANDIES Alt in bulk ar^ 'V.*?? «IT^ every third night. The first Issue of the l^Harpe Enterprise, was printed yesterday. Editor R. H. Colley Is interested in IJI- Harpe an d her people and will no doubt give It a good paper. . P. P. Henderson, who has been visiting at Somerset. Paola and Kansais City for the past two months returned home Thursday. —For Glasses, see I. B. Frantz. the Optometrist, at Atteberry's Restaurant Tuesday, October 1.5th. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dains of Galesburg. Kansas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dana Anderson this week. Hugh Davis has gone to Atoona to take up his new duties as chemest for the smelters there. Mrs. T. R. Maxson and ?on. Roy of Oklahoma City are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duggan this week. Charley Asliley. who has been in poor health for the past number of years Is reported worse t hJs week. P. A. Cooksey drove to lola yesterday. A large number from here attended the party at the Kemp Glllum home south o f town ast night. Mrs. E. A. Pettier.and Mr. Christian Anderson came down yesterday In their automobile to enjoy a visit with Dr. A. M. Kirkpatrick and family. Oscar Polsett of Parsons is spending the week with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Polsett. Rev. A. J. Morton, W. A. HIdlts and J. T.| Treadway returned Thursday from i Neosho Falls, where they attended the district confetience of the M. E. Church. K. £. Cknreh. Sunday .s «hoor9 :45 a. m. Junior League S:00'p. m. Kpworth League 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p:,m. What n Heap of IIupplnesN It Would Brinic to lola Hornet Hard to do housework with iin aching back. I Brings yoii hours of misery at leisure or at work. \ If women only knew the cause— that Backacho pains ofttjn come from weak kidneys. Twould save much peedleas woe. Doau's Kidney Pills are for we:ik kidneys. Re:id wh.'it an lola ei'ir.en says: Mrs. Harry A. Cott, 14 N. Fourth St., lola, Kas., says: "I bad weak kidneys and suffered intensely from backache and pains in my loins. Spots often appeared before me and there was putrincss bene:|th my eyes. I bud dizzy and nervous^ spells and 1 fell miserable in every way. Nothing helped me to any extent until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. This preparation corrected my trouble and proved of benefit In every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cepts. Fosier-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. Ndw York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the nam—Doan's—and take no other. R. E. AVIght. who dearly loves a inke. engaged in a bantering contest with a friend the other day and when •he words had all been spoken, he had signed a contract and become the owner of a handsome seven-roomed residence at 702 South street and will quit paying rent. —Geo. T. Craddock, Ruiie. Ark., says: "I was boioered with lumbago for seven years so bad I cotild not work. I tried several kinds of kidney medicine which gave me little or no relief. Two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills ftured me and now I can do any kind of work. 1 cheerfully recommend them to my friends." Burrell'a Drug Store. (First Published October 14,1912.) t REGrSTRATIOX NOTICE. Ofnce of the City Clerk October Hth. 1912.' Notice is hereby glVen that beginning October 16th. 1912. this office will be kept open during the noon hour and until 10 o'clock at night for the registration of voters: and at 10 o'clock Friday night.. October 25th. the reeistratloa books will be closed rd^ the- geaeral election to be held November 5th.. UIB. : T.P.'aiEOLER. City Clerk. GAS CITY. OCT. 19.—A. i\ Sinclair is playing for the United Amusement Company In Tabloid Stock at Columbus this week. Mr. Sinclair writes that he Is highly pleased with the work. K. N. Hunter visited his mother In Garnett yesterday. Mrs. J. E. Hunter has been quite ill for .«onie time bu' Is much better. A little girl the other day passed (he big sign board on .Vortli .Main street and pointed to Pronldeni Tiifi s picture suul snid. "O l.«ok at Mr. All- slotl's picture." Services were held last iilght In the Holiness church on West First street. A large crowd was In attendance a number of whom were from IjiHnrne. G W. Kauirman of Stafford. 111., was called here this week on account of the illness of his brother. J. 1.. Kauffman. Mr. Kauffman Is reported some "better at present. Miss Dollie Adams, who teaches school In LaHarpe Is spending Saturday and Sunday with her mother bouthof town L Moomcy stated this morning that work on the city mains and meter house would he completed today. The past week's work on the mains has made a great Improvement in the city gas supply. Miss Lois Bennett and Miss Bl.inche Van Buskirk are spending the week end in lola. W. M. Hanna/ of northeast of I-a- Harpe was in town yesterday on business connected with his feed store. J. B. Henderson came in yesterday from Michigan and visited with friends. He is enroute to his home in Crowder, Ok. MissSopria Shawyer will spend Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Klycald. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Russell will spend Sunday wijh relatives in Toronto. Mrs. P. S. McKelvey is reported to be about the same. , Rev. R. M. Culllson will preach here tomorrow evening and in PIqua tomorrow morning. Sunday school will be held at the usual hour. •!• « 1* 3» « $ Our Slore nlll be riosed all $ I* day Sundays. 3r •Ir - * * » * CARL k lil^NTER ?S •P * '» Gns. Kuns. » » • * I 'II KANSAS BEING WATCHED. SOlDBYOet CO'DiM'nillon of Henllli Board and rnlrerslly ('epied. That each state in the union is look enviously at t^e K.insas ?>lan of cii-uiii'i-i:ii <.u li<-i\k.»n the Coard of ll"!iiti' it:(i' Mie i:i:!< TSi' nivl llml a n>:iioni: 0!' '.[•ii.' v ili iido'it l!n' id «'a l )ocllv ;: i',... --i:.t ni Oi" Dr. K. R. K .i '.y ivvii-;! t.| Ii.^iltii (''iMii;Mssi>i:i<-r ci V. Ii 'i is iii:iKIng :i careful study ul the Kansas Fysiem this week. "After visiting many states and examining the methods of each. I found that the Kansas plan Is regarded universally as the leading system and that It sav's the state from $.50,000 to !I75,000 annually." asserts Dr. Kelley. "Kansas is not spending oiie cent for laboratory expenses as all the analysis work of the bo-ird is carried on ai :he University. Contrast with this plan 1.* th :ii of other states which maintain laboratories. Indiana spends $43,000 for this service: .New Jersey $60,000: Massachusetts $75,000; Kansas nothing. "A second advantage is that in this state alone the work of the bo:ird is considered educational, while in other states it Is regarded as administrative, purely. The United Slates is observing aJmlrlngly the University of Kansas system, and when "1 return Garnett Review: It is reported that Theodore Roosevelt said that he wanted to "die with his boots on." The people of this, country have no desire to see him get his wish in this respect They'd rather he'd die a nice peaceful death, at a ripe old age, and be burled in a decent, civilized inan- ne^. At any rate, the people don't j want him to, die at the' hands of a ' crank. AUCTIONEER! . A. D. ColUns General Farm Sales; Livestock a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed.. Address, Carlyle. Kas. • • • • • -T-.T. G. Crlswell, a painter living j.t .".40 North Mulberry St.. Hagerstown. •Md. states: "I had kidney trouble with a severe pain across my back, and could hardly get up after sitting down. 1 took Foley Kidney Pills and soon found the pain left my back, I could get up and down with ease, aid the bladder action wa.s more regular j and normal." Try the. For sale at 1 llurrell's Drug Store. ' Sperlal Throngh Herew Three of the Missouri Pacific's high oRlcials passed throngh 'here Thursday afternoon on their special - train enroute to California, on the annual' inspection tour. The officials are Kingdon Gould. New York City Mr. Pearson, of St. L<ouis, both of whom are vice-presidents of the road^ and Superintendent A. H. Webb." of Wichita. —Don't miss; the Suit Sale at" the New York Store. , , .. PUBLIC SALE! I will sell.ut Pablte Auction, at what is kBona as the Port Farm, miles* east and t mile sonth of lola, on ^ - ; r Monday, Oetober 2§;i912 Beginning at 10 oVIock, a. the following described propcrij't - K HEAD HORSES AND MIfLES. 1 span five .vear old mules, about IC hands liigh: 1 hay horse. 7 years old wt. vi(\» lbs.: I black horse. 10 years old. wt. lloii Ibj;.; I bay horse. 10 years old. wl. lOOil lbs.: 1 sorrel pony; 12 years old. ; HEAD OF CATTLE. 2 4-ycar-old cows, giving milk, will be fresh 1st of .March: 1 cow 9 years old. giving milk, will be fresh March 10th: 1 6-year-old cow. will be fresh by date of sale: 3 calves. HOGS. 1 so^- and 4 shoats. FAR.VIN (r IXPLEXE5TS. 2 good ^iMde.'tire wagona 1 almost new; 1 oQ^buggy, almost new; 1 old buggy: 1 Lightning hay press; 1 Mo- Cormlck mower, 6 ft; 1 McGormIck rake. 12 ft; 1 buck rake; 2 14-incb' walking ^lows: 1 Dutch Uncle 6-shovel cultivator; 1 harrow; 2 flat racka; 4 sets double work haraeasi '.SMt*' almost new; 1 5-barreI. water taiik^ 1 saddle; 1 ten 14x16. 6-{o<^ walla; t. grindstone; 15 acres kafHi;'corn'lB shock; 3 (N) shocks'com fodder;, loo 'bushels com ill crib; about '100' too* I good baled hay fai'lnm; soroe^looB^ hay: 1 rick bound kaffir; sotne cHick-. ens and aome other artlclea. ,_. - TERMS OF SALE— All sums of $10.00 and under,'< over $10.0lO. a credit of 12 months will be glyeagT' in hand, iin: r giying^^ Bote; trtti approved security, bearing interest from d ^te ^lf paid wh«'n due. If not paid;when due to draw lOs^ from date of said.4% discount for cash on credit sales. No property to be removed until settlld- forl^ ^ COL. C. S. BISHOP, Auctioneer. AlKf J. H. CAMPBELI., Clerk. . ^^3^ LIWCH ON THE GROUNDS.'. ^ / beyond, you 'U find the t^^il the m^Dit CQnve^ ArrivesKa |i »M -.Ci^--r."~r --3.05, p .^nu- ,< TA« tarif arrival m JCa «MU CUy tnattUt-jrom to mmk» ^B.thm important coaMMfiofM Hmrm. ' The tioie ^ MI ;*'die trip via Katr to KuMuj City For (ana mtA mmr trmval iafonuiaoa pr writ* A- A. Ma«h0v«Tielnt Ajtteni; M. K. A T. Ry. lola, KMbj • • 't '.>.•<•- -•- ; -\.- t.; >..:.t'i:*::'T_:.'c;

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