The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 6, 1894 · Page 12
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE T taint*' DAILY AND WEKKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SENTINEL Is tlie only newspaper In Carroll county that Is printed all at home and It con•Ins more local and county news than any other two papers ID this county. . . POWERS & COLCLO, Props. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. "Midway Types." Visit Moore's shoe store. Read Reok & Eike'e new ad. Onion sots at the green house. "Midway Types,"our greatcoupon offer. Sirs. W. H. Munson is visiting friends in Chicago. Hugh Chambers, of Lake View, was in the city Saturday. Those desiring old newspapers can be supplied at this office. Tested garden seeds in bulk at the green lioufie Hast Fifth street. Ralph Smith was in the city to spend Sunday with his family. F. W. Wurzbacher spent Saturday in the city visiting friends. Sheriff Jeffrey left Sunday evening for Anamosa with E. E. Spickler. Diseases of tbe eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Mrs. A. Kessler left for Atlantic this •afternoon to visit with relatives. ;• J. C. Pruter, of Arcadia, was in the city Monday transacting business, John Hall, of Greene county, was doing business in the city Saturday. Money to loan on real estate at 6 per oont. C. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, Diseases of women and children a specialty. DR. B. C. KELLEY, Carroll, la. Read Reok & Elbe's new ad. Postmaster Vonstine, of Qlidden, favored us" with a pleasant call Wednesday; " Choice new maple sugar. Fresh made, guaranteed pure, MoLAGAN & SCHUMACHER. ' Call on Mahoney and Cavanaugh for Miss Diua Seimer and to Henry Venden- kamp and Miss Bolette Hansen. Read Reok & Eike's new ad. If yon want the diso harrow that received the highest award at the World's fair buy it of Duncan & Sproul, west side of court house square. A. W. Swendei has returned from his western trip. He spent several days in Nebraska and Dakota and while absent got caught in two snow storms. Dr. and Mrs. 'A. L. Wright entertained a large number of their friends Friday at whist. Refreshments were served and a good time enjoyed by all. For sale or rent—A blacksmith and wagon shop with tools, well located in Carroll, Iowa. For particulars call on or write W. R. Lee, Carroll, Iowa. Chase & Sanborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on the World's fair grounds, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. The high wind Monday night did considerable damage to the electric light wires on the south side, thereby burning out a large number of the lamps. A. Crelsinger and wife of Union township were in the city Saturday, having brought Mrs. Vradenburg's little daughter up for a short visit with her mother. Read Reok & Eike's new ad. Henry Lohman, of Brunswick, Neb., arrived in the city Sunday to. spend a week or more visiting old friends and disposing of some business that requires his attention. Jonas Nichols is around again after his severe attack of diphtheria. He had a close call but pulled through all right and his friends are pleased to see him •with them again. Petitions asking for consent to sell and buy spiritous liquois within Carroll county are flying through the air. They are being quite generally signed by the citizens of our city. The Turn Verein did so nicely at its entertainment in this city that the boys arc thinking of repeating it at Breda. We are sure our Breda friends would enjoy it yery much. f Merchant wants yon to call at bie store and see how few goods yon can bay for five dollars. Leave your sacks and litest styles in spring millinery. Price* reasonable. Mrs. W. E. Guild spent Sunday at Ida Grove, her husband being called to Dee Mcines. John Johnson, of the south side, died Friday after a protracted illness of some weeks. Try our caned goods, the prices and quality will suit you. MOLAOIAN & HOHUMAOHEB, Farmers call and see the large assortment ot farm and buggy harness at Uartin & Olovis'. Ludwig Bros, are having their store painted and are undergoing a general liouse cleaning siege. Miss Grace Kail will assist the Epworth league of Manning fn giving an entertainment at that place Saturday evening. The monibers of tbe Preibyterian church held their annual election of officers and dinner at the church Tuesday. Schubert's male quartette will appear at tbe Baptist church next Saturday evening under the auspices of the Clio club. The new time card shortens up ,the time between the arrival and the return of the Audubon train to thirty minutes, Our prices on flour are right, suits everybody, give it a trial and yon will oome bank to tbe Yellow front for more. J. E. Kelly and wife of Jasper township were in tbo city Saturday and very kindly remembered TUB SENTINKL ofllce. Read Reok & Bike's new ad. Clerk Kennobeck granted a marriage license Saturday toCarsiine Hoffman and Mrs. Maggie Bcblopkuhl both of Man- uiug, 71m North American Review for April, con- ulns un important article by Governor Stone 'of Ml6BlBb!i)pl, on "Tbe Suppression ol Lawlessness hi the South." Christ Stuhliulllor was relcaeodMouduy, having furnished the $1,000 bond us required uwtitiug uu appeal of the supremo court. Mies Juuuio I'oulolzki aud Joe Duevol were nulled iu marriages Monday at SB. Peter and 1'uul's church, Uev. Father Nacke ollluiallng. Eddlu 1.1 oof I has entered tho dry-goods of Cyrus Mark of this city uud Jou Boos will again occupy bis old place t.t Moore's shoo store. "Midway Types" ie tho title of Tuic BBHTINKL'B portfolio of views ' of tho Midway Pluiaaucu. Head the advertisement elsewhere. Read Reok &.13ike'n new uil. 'Regular mooting of IhcU. 10. H., Buiiml 'Chapter,' FrldaY evening, Allhuumbrrs vfV requested to be present. M«v 0. T. WAUSWOUXU, W. M Couuly Clerk Kouuebeek marriage licenses to Quo, Dophoido baskets at home, bat pat a double box on your sled or wagon. Read Reok & Eike's ntw ad. Mr. Bel'inghauser, of Halbur, upon when the difficult operation was performed last Wednesday, died Friday. It was thought '.be patient would recover, but complications set in and resulted in death. School closed Friday for a week's vacation, a very interesting program Was given at tbe high school room. All of the departments had appropriate exercises which were enjoyed by quite a number visitors. John Conwiyhas a new dray wagon one of the nobbiest in the city. John feel's just a little bigger now if possible than he ever did. The wagon is a good one aud was manufactured by Reck & Eicke of this city. John Meyers, of Rosellc township, came to tho cityThursday with a hay rack on bis wagon and took homo a load of fine parlor furniture purchased of seem to point to a Republican victory next November. Cardinal Glbbons.who was tbe youngest bishop that attended the great Vatican Council la 1870, has contributed to the April number of the North American Review, a paper containing his personal recollections of that assemblage imd of the famous prelatea that took pnrt In Its deliberations. This article, apart from Its engrossing Interest, possesses an almost International value. Frank Florencourt was at Des Molues Fridny and says that Jos'. Eiboeck ii practically certain to got tho postofflc e at that city. This is a good position and the worthy colonel's many friends throughout the state will bo glad to hear of bis appointment. Satuidav evening a daughter of Henry Klocke came to town driving a borse to a cart. The horse became frightened and ran into the green house so injuring itself that it was necessary to kill it. The cart was considerably broken but the girl was uninjured. Read Reck & Eike's new ad. The saloons are running in our city as usual. There will be an effort made to secure tbe necessary 65 per cent to grant consent to allow the business to be con- conducted in accordance to the law. Until this is done there will be no chance and the business will be conducted as usual. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wadsworth returned Saturday from Enterprise, Florida, where they have been spending the winter on their orange farm. They enjoyed their vacation very much and Mr. Wodswortb is as brown as aunt, hav ing worked every day hoeing orange trees during his absence. Our stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. The. tariff or silver bill outs no figure witb us. Don't think because we don't button hole you on tbe street and beg you to trade with us, we don't want your trade. We do .but think yon are wise enough to obooae tbe best place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MERCHANT. Anton Lange and Miss Mary Straub were united in marriage Tuesday at 8S. Peter and Paul's church, Rev. Father Nacke performing thejnarriage ceremony. The groom is a resident of Kniest township and the bride of Pleasant Valley township, The friends of this worthy couple unite in wishing them a happy married life. Superintendent Ament was elected for another year Tuesday by the school board. During the time he has been connected with the schools in our city he bas been a tireless worker for their success and if he has made enemies it has been due to his over zealous disposition to elevate tho standard of the schools and increase their usefulness. Tuesday evening tho city council from Grind Junction was in tho citv examin- iogour street lights and were well pleased with the work they are doing. Grand Junction is to be lighted by electricity and it was the unanimous opinion of the council after seeing what our system was doing that they wanted the same, it is a fact that our city is better lighted than any other of its size any where around here. ../ Onr contemporary says there is no comparison between the cases of Stuhlmiller and Hawkins. That's what we claim. Hawkins was an all round crook, a safe blower, a burglar and a jail break er and cost tbe state f 175 to send to Texas to bring him back to servo out a six months' sentence. We know a few cases which no doubt even our friend would consider good companion pieces for Stuhlmiller and will give them to the public if tbe judge's official mouthpiece cares to bear them. "One of the most delightful musical entertainments ever given in Rochester was that last night by tho Schubert Male Quartette, of Chicago, at Music Hall; blunders which characterized his writing, and which have been sometimes attributed to haste and the rapid flow of his Ideas, but are more probably the result of the limited and Imperfect training which he received at the college of Brlenne. MesdamesA. U. Quintand A. M. Benton returned Friday afternoon from a four mouths' visit at Pensacoln, Florida. They are bolh looking bealtby nnd wnll and the children give evidctit signs of haying been exposed to tbe rays of the southern sun. Mrs. Beiiton bad a severe spell of sickness during her absence, but bus nearly recovered from all effects of it. When tbe party got off the train all of them looked as if they were highly pleased at being home again, There was a large and very pleasant gathering of Baptist 1 young people at Mrs. 'C.P.O'Noal's Friday evening,the oc cssion being a reception Riven by tbo Young People's Union to the new members recently recieved. The society has more than doubled its membership during tbe last year. A feature of special interest is its missionary meeting held the last 'Sunday evening of each month. Baptist young people believe in promoting sociability and tbe reception last evening was a successful affair. A deal was consummated Thursday whereby Fred A. Bennett severed his connection with the State bank, having sold his interest to C. D. Dewing. Mr. Bennett is one of the city's best business men, and during tbe time he was cashier of the bank, made many fri?nds and greatly increased tbe institution's patronage. As to bis future intentions we are not informed, but we trust that he will not conclude to leave Manning. Mr. Dewing needs no introduction as he is favorably known and was formerly connected with this bank. He will be president of the institution, and C. S. Bennett will be made cashier.—Manning Monitor. Read ReoK & Eike's new ad. ELECTION CONTEST. The election contest from Arcadia was disposed ot by Judge Paine Saturday afternoon. The title ot tbe case was the State vs. Frank Hagen. Contest being fought by D. Hagge. The contest was between D. Hagge and Frank Hagen to determine which was entitled to tbe seat aa councilman. At tbe last municipal election the canvassing board rejected two ballots, and by BO doing it left tbe count between tbe two a tie. Action was brought before tbe judge on stipulation who decided in favor of Hagge. Tbe ballot BB counted by the judge which was rejected by the canvassing board was marked as follows: xi E3 Woodring & Co. and will Ox his house up in clcgu'nt style. The fast mail train arrived hero Monday for tbe first, bringing tho morning papers hero at 3 o'clock. This is a groat advantage in this respect for it brings the Chicago papers hero a day earlier than wo got them before. It will BOOD be spring weather and you will need good footwear, as this is a time whem money should not be wasted in worthless goods, you will find it best to take a little time uud look at Moore'e Hue before you buy. Any person holding a ticket to tho public library is requested to suggest to the librarian some desirable book which is not in tho library, and in making further purchases the committee will as far as possible procure those named. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Stoolman, of Sheridan township, wore ia tbo city Saturday. Mrs, Stoolmau has boon, confined to ucr bed with sickness the greater part of the winter, this belug tho 11 ret time she has been away from home for some weeki. Head Reok & Eike's uew ad. cii»Blii»l3. Cramp ot tbe weii-knowu shipbuilding linn, contribute!) and article on "Our Navigation l.uwu," to the April number ot the North American llevlow. It In In tbe nature of a reply to the vauer by United Btatet Com- uilnsluuur of Navigation Chamberlain, that up- Inured In the Muruu number ot tlie Kevjew. Wo are in receipt of a circular from F. T. Sulmen, secretary for the Mantling Trotting association,announcing that tho HBuociatlon \vil! hold a Buries of races ut tbut place July t\ie third uud fourth. Liberal purbou ure uttered, which will undoubtedly utiruct a line Held of horsed. The lion. TUonuu U. Carter, uhuhvuian of tbe Uepubllcftu National committee, uouUllmUtu uu urUHeou "The ItepuUilcun Outlook," to tue i(irll number of the North imerlcau Uevlew Iu which be uuuijzes tbe political ultuutlyu auq M't» forth (be rtiinuuu which Iu bin opinion aud a more thoroughly, delighted, charmed and altogether more than satisfied audience is seldom seen, There were many persons willing to unhesitatingly pronounce it tho finest male quartette singing ever beard in Rochester, The voices are of smoothness that sennas perfection itself,"—Rochester Herald. T. F. Antbony, Ex-Postmaster of Promise City, Iowa suys: "1 bought one bottle of "Uyatlo Cure," for BheumatlBiu and two dotes of It did roe more good thHii any medicine I ever took." Bold by J. W. nation drug-glut Carroll. bON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. THE PSCOTER 6 GAMBLE CO.. OIN'TL time, mom v, work ami ability to build tip a first <I!BBB school nod above all, harmony in the ranks of tha workers and,RB we )'«eaeee all of these ^requisite's there is DO maeon why the schools of Ibis city should not be among the very best in oar state. It requires but little more to hove n first clues sobnol than it does to just, dimply "keep" sohool and our citizens « ant tbe beet. GOT SOAKED. A few of th.i saloon keepers got soared Tuesday ami • closed their places ot bueii.ese and for a long time it looked as if the city might go dry, at least until a petition ooulil be circulated and filed with tbe county uivlitor, granting consent to tboee who 6V-. ired to engage in the business. On more tmture deliberation it was thought best to continue as they are until the petition could be 'circulated. The law has been ignored, for the past ten years and there ia no more reason now for going out of business than there was before. Tbe new law, under which we are now living, provides that if parties continue in the business that a tax of $600 shall be assessed against the property. As this ie payable quarterly the amount of snob tax would only be SI 50 for the first quarter, which will not CITY the be so very much and will time for those who desire afford ample to familiarize themselves with it and its workings, and also to ascertain if it is possible to secure 65 per cent of those who voted at the last election to sign snob a petition. At best it will take some time to fully comply with tbe law, DO difference how good the intention may be, and it is idle folly to close up the saloons when a law has just been framed looking to their legalization. It baa been demonstrated time and again that Oarroll will hove saloons and that they are here to stay, and it is all nonsense to eay that a strict compliance to a law, which they have been violating every day and have paid a revenue to our city fur so doing, DOW requires a closing of tbe doors until the petition can be circulated. DUNCAN & SPROUL Welt side ol Court House Bijuare. Will continue their policy of handling only standard and thoroughly tested FARM MACHINERY AID VEHICLES. Bo eitraordlnary la tbe opportunity wblub lias enabled Tlie> Comuopollluu to prenvnt a ctory f roui tbe pen of,Nupoleon Uouuvurte (but Interest will be felt In u photograph of tho manuscript, •o unexpected from such a lource, will undoubtedly remain for «ll time one of tbe greatest curiosities of literature. Tlie handwriting does nut diner materially from tbut of tbo abdication, written at PouUUuebleau Iu JBH, uud tbe m»nu- a.Tljjt contains many of those ortbogrupbloul Tbe judge decided that Hagge and Feeoatra were entitled to tbe vote aa it •xpressed tbe intention of tbe voter. Tbe case will be appealed. CONGRATULATIONS. Expressions are quite generally beard congratulating tbe board of education (or being able to retain Superintendent Ament in our schools (or another year. Hii work of reorganizing tbe schools baa juet cleverly begun and bae met witb euob favor witb tbe patron* that tbey are desirous of retaining him long euongb.at leaet.to allow bim to place tbe eohoole on tbe plane at wbiob be ia aiming. 1 be paat year baa been an oeptionully prosperous one and An, SAM. Sam Henry speaks very flatteringly of tbe "Turkish Bath." We presume tbe lady wbo took part in tbe "Oat Fight" eong won bis admiration.—OABBOUJ BKN- TINKi. It's very cruel of you, Orate, to refer to our notice like that. You see it was like thin. We "writ" it and printed it a few minutes before tbe ebow, supposing it would sustain its reputation of being a good one. But after we saw, like tbe man in tbe song. "We were sorry that we spoke." But tbey didn't give us a "Oat Fight" aong. Tbey probably saved their worst (or Carroll. But tbe show was hilarious enough. It might suit tbe proverbial bald beaded man, but (or|their wives and daughters it would be a trifle shocking. Tbe troupe ia evidently a bard lot. Aa one of tbe females, we will not call her a lady, attempted to step on tbe train nest day she aooidently stepped on her skirts and said a anas word. A brakeman standing neat said: '-Well, if yon don't like dresses why don't you wear panta," aud straigtway oame there- ply : "I thank yon, I do wear pants." This seams to be about tbe moral size of tbe troupe.—Coon Rapids Enterprise. CARBOLii.lowA, April 2,1884. Council met at tbe office of Geo. W, Bowen. Present: E. M. Parsons, mayor) C. H. tloeft, W. Leiver, W. 0. Rich, Maurice Bowler, E. N. Merchant, V7m. Trowbridge, J. A. JlfcNelll and Sam Todd council. Tbe minutes ot tbe previous meeting were reArl and approved. On motion the mutter of leveling the sand knoll near Wm. llombnch's resl- deB3e and of laying a sidewalk on the south side of public school lot, on south side, and on the south side of block slxt.v-c.i«bt as asked tor by Mr. Ilombacjj be referred to tbe street committee report at tbe next meeting. Motion inn tin aud seconded that county board of supervisors be granted the privilege of taping the drain extending through the first alley east of the M. B. church to be used as drainage for the court house and jail. Carried. On motloiutbe official bond of Cba Hamilton as city marshal was approv and ordered filed. , ^B The official bond of city clerk, Jo^f Schachtner jr., wns then presented and on motion approved. On motion a cuinmiUao of two, consisting of C. H. Hoeft and E. N. Merchant, were appointed to interview the Carroll Electric Light & Power Co. -and find out tbe reason why their lights do not give better fatisf action. Tbe following bills were then allowed: Martin & Olovis, nails and oil 8 21 E. M. Parsons, one cnr coal 17 20 E. M. Parsons, freight on same 998 E. M. Parsons, one car coal 86 80 E. U. Parsons, freight on same.... 1343—78 91 B. T. Jeffrey, sheriff of Oarroll county, hoarding of John McCor- mlck six and one-half duys 3 25 Receipt and release from Jail 60—3 75 Oarroll Electric Light & Power Co. light from March 1 to April 1,1894. 1U5 00 F. Younker.one day's Inhor 180 Eckart,I!ve hour's labor 76 Esrl Parsons, for pulling hose cart No. 2 50 Tho Oarroll Herald, for publishing proceedings of council 6 months toMarch22. 12 60 O. D. Mitts, hauling one car coal... 3 00 O. D. MittB,hnullng three loads coal 1 00 O. D. Mitts, hauling one cur coal... 8 00—7 00 H. Kempkcr, 6 chairs for council.. 800 Petition of Hose Company No. l,asklng the council to purchase rubber coats to be used In case of fire was then read and^on motion E. M. Parsons was instructed to negotiate for tbe purchase of eight rubber coats to be used by our fire companies for such purposes. " Motion made and seconded that tbei marshal accept $2.50 is cash in preferencei| to two day's labor poll tax. Motion carried. \ On motion a roitd tax of ftvo mills was then levied ,ono half to be p<tid In cash and one-half to be paid in labor. Motion made and seconded that the city would pay 15 cents per hour for one man aud 80 cents per hour for one. man and team for each hour's labor in working out taxes. Carried. On motion the council adjourned until tomorrow evening, April S, at eight o'clock to meet as a board of equalization, CAIUCOLJ,, IOWA, April 8,1894. Council nif t as a board of equalization at tho office of Geo. W. Bowen. Meuiberi present: E, M. Parsons, mayor; Sam Todd, Wm. TrowbrldKO, Maurice Bowler, J. A. McNelll, W. Leiver and E. N- Merchant. Motion made that wo raise E. K. Wlel- and's assessment to $500. Carried. Motion that^ wo assess Theodore Fettlg on capital employed in manufacture 81,000. Carried. Motion made that complaints be hoard regarding assessments on Monday evening, April It), 1804, at 8 o'clock p. m.,that we adjourn until that lime. Curried. JOHN ScuAciiTNKit, E. M, PAIISONS. City Clerk. Mayor. ei- tbe soboola are now in a more bealtby and llouriebiug condition than tbey ever were. Let tbe good work go on. Let tbe teuobera, pupils end tbe board all work together daring tbe coming year uud by that time we will, have a aobool of wbiob we can all feel proud. It takes Awarded Highest Honors World's Fe ^PRICE'S WANTED A SECOND DIVOBOI. A rather interesting divorce trial was in progress Saturday at tbe court room. Tbe parties to tbe trial were Fangman va. Fangman from Templeton, W. R. Lee appearing for the plaintiff and Geo. W. Korle for tbe defendant. This couple was granted a divorce about two years ago aud in a abort lime the; were again remarried. This second appeal for tbe law to grant them a divorce is brought by tbe wife on tbe charges ot eruel and inhuman treatment. Tbe case is quite spicy. Jno, W, Kennebeok was appointed as interpeter by court u Mrs. Faugman is unable to apoak English, Tho court granted Mrs, Fuugman tbo divorce 88 asked for and charged the coats to tho defendant, This Is tho second flbo has secured and will probably he tbe last ono for no doubt she has bud all the experience in dlvprce courts (but sue cures for. ^_ - — B» qsjs^ owder Tbe oiily Pure Crcain of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millio»8 r of Howes—40 Yeari the Standard, Tba entertainment given Wednesday evening by the youug people ot the South Side club is euld to have been • Buooeee. Tbe utteuduuoe wua all that could bo expected aud Hie druuia ."The Woveu Web" was presented iu u pleasing uud eutertuiulug wanner. Those who took part in the program did uioely uud tboul'i feel encouraged iu the work tbey are doing. leli jofe To neglect youulf If tumbled with »njr •lleaM of tbultldnoya, No, U is dungoroun: and It yoq •re 10 Mulcted, attend toTOurself now. Do not wait, but uso Sulphur Bitten at onoe. They cured ma when 1 was given up to die by several i>hyiol»ui. Jonathan lUm, Boston. Advertised Letters, The following letters remain uncalled for at tbe postoflloe, April Unless delivered wllblii thirty days fro] date they will be forwarded to the de»i letteroflloo at Washington,I>. 0.: Mr*. II. Peers ,i. E. llulllihen a. A. Ulllsen Himnuh Grabam The law provides that one cent shall be paid for all letters advertised. When calling for same please state date of ad- vertUumunt. JNO, L. POWJBIIS, P. Jf> FITS-iH uu mopped froo by Dr. great nerve restorer. Ko Ma utter OMt use. MMYOIOUBcures. Truutlsu «nd •« _. bottle free to lit ounou, Bund to I)r, Klme. «U Arch 8t. Phllu., Pa. Korsulo by u|l dru«vl*Mi cullou yours. " Turns Pasture, I have largo tumy pasture near tilldd«9 and Citrroll, ou which I with to ptituro stock for tbe season. Will furniib pi|t> ure, suit and water, aud exorcise general. cure over stock, but will not bo re« sponlblo for loss by Uuuth or otherwise. Apply to myuelf or 11. 0. Btevoni. A. W. m Noilce-Proof of Will. county, i To all whom It may concern: Notlcu U huruhy givvn, (hut uu instrument I" !r.f. l .!!"".l ) . l ) r l'.9'' t !!'tt t« be the lubt will tt^^ill: went of II, l> prodncjetl, opunod n. docouuuij, nnd rouil by the $. |.roon U rol (l tlSu'tl, u Veto. P ™ ""' "" Witueus my onicliil elgnuture.wltti tb» !SPA?i« l !(!S, l ",U\ 0 «'*» «»"*«* ^ .JUNNKBKOK, \ Olurk ttlnttiot Wltft, J| W-ttt

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