The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on July 6, 1894 · Page 8
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 6, 1894
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. .ighest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report, Pomler ABSOLUTELY PURE imell DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SKNTIKBL U the only newspaper In Cat- toll count}' tbat IB printed all at borne and It con- sins mote local and county news than any other two papers ID this county. POWKRS A COLCLO, Props. FRIDAY, Jcur 6, 1894. Visit Moore's shoe store, Gall at Martin & Olovis' for Glidden barbed wire. Patent photograph envelopes for Bale at this office. "Ships that Pass in the Night" begins in today's paper. Paiutg, Oils and Brushes at J. W. Hattou's. Church evidently held the "sack" and caught the gnnio too. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and noes. Dr. O. L. Wright, Oarroll. About two hundred of our citizens enjoyed the Fourth at Manning. Dr. Gockley has been appointed health officer for the city for the ensuing year. Diseases of women and children a specialty. DR. B. C. KELLEY, Carroll, la. Late oabbBg* and sweet potato plants home grown at the green house. Oboioe new maple sugar. Freeh made, guaranteed pure. MoLiQAN & BOHU- 1UOHEB. 'Cry onr canned goods, the price* and quality will euit yon. MoLAQAU & SOHUMAOHEB. Our new story, "Ships the Pass in the Night," is one of the best that has appeared in recent years. Bead it. Our prices on flour are right, suite every body, give it a trial and you will coma back to toe Yellow front for more. Mrs. f. M. Powers left Monday for Spirit Lake to be abstnt several weeks, visiting at that popular summer resort. f , Geo. Priestley, of Pierce county, Neb., is in the city, having been called here by the death of his brother who was buried on the Fourth. Miss Maggie Frisbv, cousin of Joe Wall, returned from Illinois Friday. She has been visiting with relatives for the past month. , The old say ing is, that the honest politician is the man who will stay bought. According to this rule Sac has very few honest pollticans. W. If. Button and family, of Ames,were in the city the guests of J. E. Griffith and family. Mr. Button was one of the pioneer settlers of this city. Glidden and Manning crossed bats Saturday at Manning and Glidden dropped the game by a score of 6 to 7. The Manning players are all right. Chase & Sanborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on the World's fair grounds, selected for tbeir superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. Miss Maggie Cornell, of Marahalltown, arrived in the citv to fill Miss Shober's position as stenographer for Letts, Fletcher company during her absence in Chicago. Trouble with water, lots of trouble on account of the great railroad strike, but no trouble for the Diamond to set free lunch a» long as any provisions are to bo bad in Carroll. Merchant wants you to oall at bis •tore and see bow few goods yon can buy for five dollars. Leave your sacks and baaketa at bone, but put a doable box on your sled or wagon. Miss Mamie Schober left Saturday evening fora month's vacation in Chicago with her mother. Her friends trust she will enjoy the vacation she has so rightfully earned. J. W. Hatton bas been offered the appointment of chief of staff for the department of Iowa by the stale command- siderably faster than they were when they were here they will get distanced as they always did with the doctor, notwithstanding "they could go like the wind," The city out of voter and the supply of beer running low tie chances are good for us "to go dry" if nature or the strikers do not make a change in the present pr6ffM)in within a few days. Robert Bamill, one of the faithful employees of this office, is enjoying a few days' vacation with relatives at Cedar Rapids. During his absence Herman Tape will hold down his place at the "case," The leading article in the North American .Review for July is furnished by ex- Speaker Reed, who dltcusses "The Present Administration of National Affairs" in a manner that will command wide attention. It will soon be spring weather and yon will need good footwear, as this is a time whem money should not be wasted in worthless goods, yon will find it best to take a little time and look at Moore'e line before you bay. The judicial convention was not as harmonious at the wind up at these Republican love feasts (?) are usually reported. The Carroll and Calboun delegations were in a very had frame of wind when Elwood and Church bagged thn game. W. L. Culbertson returned Saturday from the eastern part of the state, where he has been during the past week, and reports everything looking better there than here from the fact that that part of the state has bad more rain than this. Chas. Macomber, of Ida Grove, was in the city attending the Republican judicl- &1 convention not as a delegate for he is now a Populist; and says he was here to see what chances there will be for defeating the Republican nominees this fall at the polls. A letter received from John Delaney states that he has left Omaha and moved to Iowa City, where he and his son-in- law, Frank Donohoe, are running a hotel. The many friends of these gentle men in this city hope to see them succeed in their new venture. Mrs. John Neuerburg returned to the city Tuesday and her husband will be back some time nest week. Last spring they moved frem here to Albion, Neb., but became dissatisfied with the country and for that reason have concluded to return to the best state in the union. tages of their own at the lake they are troiog to take household goods enough with them to set up housekeeping and will remain about six weeks, Little Ben Sftlingdr was otnfiiprescnt in the convention fixing his fences for the state convention on the llth. He says he has the nomination for supreme court reporter "Coopered" on • the first ballol. Carroll will do well to keep on eve <>u Sac and Greene that day or it may not be such 0 stnile for the "little giant" after all. Sunday was a great day at Germaniu park. The performance glTon by the Turners was first class and the music furnished by the Northwestern band added greatly to the day's program and materially assisted in entertaining the large crowd which had gone there for rest and pleasure. The beat ot order prevailed and many of our citizens enjoyed the pleasant shade for several hours, __ A RUNAWAY. Monday afternoon as Win. Reeder, wife and little daughter were oat riding their horse became frightened and after running n couple of blocks turned the corner very suddenly overturning the buggy, throwing the ooonpante to the ground. Mr. Reeder was badly bruised having sustained injuries on his head and limbs and was unconscious for a short time. Mrs. Boeder was badly injured about the head and one of her ankles was badly braised. She was carried into Sol Quint's boose in an nnooneoioris condition and remained so for several hours l>r. Qookley was summoned and announced tbat no bones were broken and while they bad sustained a severe shook no internal injuries bad been received. The little girl escaped unhurt. The boggy was badly wrecked. Mrs. Reeder ie still confined to her bed bnt is gradually recovering. DEFEATED BY TBEAOHBBY. The delegates tor the Republican judicial convention began to arrive in the city Sunday afternoon and by noon Monday all of the six counties were fully represented. Each delegation represented a favorite from its own county and apparently was deeply interested in bis snooeee. As the convention was not called to order until 4 o'clock the day was spent by the politicians in fixing up tbeir fences. Elwood of Sao and Church ot Greene appeared to be the favorites in the fight for the onteide delegates, while Judge Paine beld a large following of personal friends from all over tbe district. At the time of calling the meeting to order all tbe delegates were in the court room ready tor work. 3. T. Lavender, of Oalhocn, was made A. Helsell, Tbe vari- fof Judge Paine. Bat they both repudiated their agreement with this county and voted against it. A worse breach ot faith tban this has never been witnessed in R convention ball. The ballot stood Ohuroh 21, Sao and Greene voting together; Paine 18, Carroll and Oalbouo, voting together; Boynton 9, the exact vote ot hie county, and Warren 6, the vote ot his own county, Neither Sad nor Ida gave Paine a single vote thus completely repudiating their deal with Carroll. The next ballot Crawford wheeled into line and voted for Church thus giving him 28 votes, Paine 20 and Warren 6. Ohuroh having received the majority of all the votes cast was declared thd nominee of the convention and tbe honest old judge who would not truckle to the attorneys over'the district was defeated. It was the same game that was worked short stop, who hud too much to tot the kind of ball they played. of tbe G. A. R.. but au yet has not decided on accepting it. Tbe sewer on if ourth street has been completed and Is one of the finest improvements made by the city. U extends from Adams street west to tbe railroad bridge and is la good condition, ItiH Bessie Whitney returned from her visit Sunday morning accompanied by iflis Edna Holmes, of Clinton. Mies Edna will remain In the city for aouio time the guest of the Whitney family, frank Van Krdcwyk, of Breda, ro' turned from Doe Molnes where ho has been attending Highland ParU college, lie aUo pawed tUo examination for a mate certUioato before returning. The bulloonlit, l»«t Tuesday eventuR was injured a little by striking against a tree in Dr. Sherman 1 * yard in decondinjf "from the cloudi in his famous parachute leap." But tbo next day he was able to tbe ^ap ut Muuuiug. Fulton, 1)1.11* having a series of rum d wt> sue by the list of entries tbat Dr. Donnelly, of Tlpton, bft» John L. la the 8:00 minute clans and aUo the 9,85. JusilneHa I* entered iu the If M»e«J hprwi are not CPU- The editor of the Review of Reviews reports in his July number an interesting conversation with Mr. Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, on several questions of tbe hour, including tbe coal strike, arbitration as a remedy for silver, the income tax, and short hours. Judge Paine can feel prouder of hie record, though defeated, by the Re publican attorneys of ' this district, than can the nominees of his party after securing tbeir nominations by such questionable methods aa tbey employed. There is sometimes honor in defeat. John Tobin returned Friday from Oklahoma where he bas been for several months. He says be has a|fine quarter section of land and has 100 acres broke an in sod corn. Mr. Tobin will remain here for a few weeks and will then move his family there. Be is well pleased with the country. Tbo work on the German ball has been delayed some by the failure of tbe lailroad company to get tbe dimension material here which was billed out of tbe yards at Clinton several days ago. It is m all probability delayed on account of the strike. The switchmen at tbat place are all out and the yards are filled with cars. I desire to express my thanks to all the kind friends who K) liberally assisted mo after the loss I sustained by the fire- temporary chairman and W. ot Sac, temporary secretary, ooa committees were appointed and while they were deliberating Major Curtis, ot Atlantic, candidate for the Republican nomination for .attorney general, addressed the delegates. The committees reported, the temporary organisation was made permanent and the convention then proceeded to ballot tor tbe nomination of one candidate for judge. First ballot —Oalboon, MoOrary 10 votes; Oarroll, Paine 8; Crawford, Boynton 0; Greene, Obnrob 11; Ida, Warren 6; Sao, Elwood 10. The evening session of tbe convention Through your kind effort, I have been enabled to purchase another horse with which to do my work. I also desire to especially thank Clay Baird and Geo. W. Uarclay for the interest they took in my misfortune. W. J. BOKLUY. Mrs. II. M, Rhodes, of Denver, and Miss Betty Foid are visit! ng with Mrs. A. B. Hanger. Mrs. Rhodes IB an aunt of Mrs. Hanger and her husband U editor of the Rocky Mountain News. She will remain In the city but a short time, for she does not consider this, as much of a summer resort aq her own uoiuo in tbe mountains, Our stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill cute no figure with as. Don't tbiuk became we dou't button bole you ou tbe street uud beg you to trade with us, we don't want your trad*. W* dc/aufc think TOO are wise enough to obooae the bast place to trade. Respectfully. 13. N. MKIIOUANT, C. B. Whitman aud wife aud Wai. Oilley aud wife Marled this morning for tbeir summer vacation at Okobojl. Tb«y will go overland as the company will not undertake at this time to ship tbeir freight. Ai they have cot- waa a eerie* of exciting events. A few vote* were taken on tbe roll call of counties with tbe re*nlt tbat each candidate Held his own county's strength. A mo l ~ j lion waa then passed tbat a secret ballot be taken, each delegate placing the name of two candidate* on hi* ballot. Every one in the ball realized tbat something was liable to happen almost any time aud tbe leault of the first ballot was awaited with intense aniiety. The reeult was E'.wood 26, Ohnroh 21, MoOrary. 17, Warren 16, Paine 13. No choice hav. ing been made, a second ballot was ordered. Elwood developed suob strength tbat it was generally conceded tbat be would be Dominated. The second and third ballot* resulted about as the flrer. Then Oarroll went into an agreement with Bao and Id* to oast its vote for Elwood, which would nominate him a* Oarroll bad not been voting for him ou tbe previous ballot*. This would save insured tbe nomination of Judge Paine on the subsequent vote. Tbe next ballot resulted: Elwood 85, MoOrary 94, Church 28, Boynton 18, Warren 18, Elwoood having received a majority of halt tbe number ot ballote woe declared nominated. Now Sao aud Ida according to tbe agreement were to wheel Into line and vote wilb OeJbouu aud Oarroll five year* ago when Sac and Greene went into the combination and defeated Senator Deal for his second term. The fajt tbat them men had served bnt one term was ignored end the machine turned them down and nominated Z. A. Ohuroh in both instances to fill out tbe time which according to all political precedent belonged to Carroll men. Mr. Church haa been a standing candidate tor any and every office that haa been before the people for a number ot year*. He so far has either been defeated in the convention or at the poll*. Five years ago thin county repudiated him and we believe it will again this year. The friends of Judge Paine will surely resent the treachery and wrong perpetrated against him by the Republican bar of this district. It was an admitted fact that be waa many vote* stronger than any other aspirant to of- floe, for be was a friend to the people. Tbe fact that four year* ago he waa elected over an adverse majority of nearly 400 was not considered tbia year, for the majority is so large that tbey think they can impose anything upon the district that these scheming •; politician* could by treachery and deception force upon the convention.. Tbe fact that tour years ago Judge Paine was strong enough to be elected while Sam Elwood was defeated and that now Paine is turned down and Elwood given a place on the ticket is ot itaelt evidence that the will ot the voters ot the district was not taken into consideration. Sac's treachery to Judge Paine and Crawford'* determination, given force through Judge Connor, to bang bis scalp at their bait, defeated the judge. It was a rotten piece of political treachery, bat u it eminate* from the source that it dose the people of tbia county have no cause to be surpriaed,'but it Sam Elwood, who personally figured in the deal, does not feel|tbe effect ot Monday's treachery to Oarroll county on election day then tbe Republicans ot tbia county have lost tbeir sense ot honor which they have maintained on former occasion*. _ BOONB vs. OABBOUI. Tbe game of ball between Carroll and Boone Sunday was very unsatisfactory <U1 around. The attendance wee email, the greater part of those who usually patronize the game preferring to go to Oermania park and sit in the (bade on such a day aa that. Tbe playing on both aide* was poor and the umpiring wa* anything but satisfactory. Both side* bad an umpire and it looked to an outsider a* if it was more of a contest between tbe umpire* to see who could win tbe game than it we* between tbe play- *»v TBN WtiA BtAttt. Monday the city ordinance regulating the sale of spiritods liquor went into effect and the following applications tor permits to do business were made at the Mayor's office whiou were acted on Monday evening at the regular meeting of the council : ' • Geo, ttelzer, wholesale, J. J. Wielaud, wholesale. W. K. Smith, wholesale and retail, Aug. Staak, retail. J. D. Schmidt, retail. ' J. B. Hahn, retail. D. Bettenmaier, retail. W.E.Folken, retail. Henry Thiers, retail. V. H. Steppuhn, retail. Making ten in all who will ran under the new law. Should they continue during the year the city will receive (4,800, which ie more than it got nnler the old law., The county will also receive 88,000 making a total ot $7,800 paid in tor the privilege ot oocdnoting saloons in this WATEB FAMINH. The creek has gone dry and the water problem is more serious now than it baa been at any time during the drouth. Saturday tbe supply gave out, tbe tank waa fuil ot water and tbe marshal out off the main and not a drop of it can now be had for any other than fire purposes. Burke'e hotel, the streets and all th* lawn* are dry as ia everything else in the city. The railroad company has about 10 feet of water in each tank. But very little water is being taken at this point. Tbe company ia putting in a pump at Maple River and should the water give out there then it will be compelled to haul it here in tanks. STRUCK COAL IS PLEASANT VALIJBK 400 FEBT BELOW THE SUBPAOB—A SIX FOOT VEIN. Ohas. Orittenden waa in tbe city today with wimple of coal taken from a well which he haa been boring on bis farm five miles south of Glidden. Tbe drill was down about 400 feet when it •truck a six foot vein ot coal. Just above the coal is a two foot la?er of abate which will make a splendid root for the mine. Mr. Orittenden bas aent a sample to tbe state geologist at Ames and just so Boon as he hears from him will begin the work of sinking a draft. We trust tbe find will turn out all right for it will be a fine thing; for Oarroll county as well as for those located in the immediate locality. To IVORY 60A? IT FLOATS BEST FOR SHIRTS. THI PROCTER * GAMBLE CO., OIN'TI. •rs. Wbeu six and a half inning* were played tba umpires tailed to agree on whose right it was to make • decision at home base. A runner coming from third was put out at borne waajlbe verdict ot tbe Oarroll umpire who was playing behind tbe bat. Tbe Boone umpire who waa supposed to play the field /and paae on the baae ruanere claimed tbe man got home all right and had lime to *p«ra. As be was supposed to umpire the field be claimed tbat hi* decision oq the run- uer ebould stand. A failure of tbe umpires to get together broke ap the game. Booue bed played seven innings and bad 0 scores and Oarroll slxj innings with 8 score*. Joel what tbe result would have been bad the gome been played pul would have been hard to tell, but we tbiuk lh« borne club would have woo. Tbe players of the visiting club were Ml gentlemanly fellows with the exception of the that baseman and the SALOONS, The citv officials say that the ordinance regulating the sale of spirituous liquors in this. city will be rigidly inforced. Tbey have ordered cards printed with the following instructiononsand will have them bung up in each saloon in the city; Tbe Instructions are as. follows: To ALL LIQUOR UBALBRS : Ordinance No. 41 cont&inesthe follow, ing wbicb we expect will be strictly complied with: The sale shall be con ducted in a single room having but one entrance or exit. There shall be no chairs, benches or tables iu front of the bar, There shall be no gambling with cards, dice, billards or any other device, no music or other form of amusement. Your place shall not open before five o'clock in the morning and abut at ten o'clock promptly and not opened at all Sundays. No minor, drunkard or in- toxlcated person shall be allowed in tbe room, nor any sale to any person who has taken any of tbe recognized cures for drunkeness. E, M. FAMOUS, _'•' Mayor. DIED OF CONSUMPTION. James Priestley died at bis home in tbe Fourth ward Tuesday. Be be* been iu poor health for some time and failed very rapidly during tbe past two the large crowd. The game of ball b*f tween Manning and Audnbon failed to- attract much interest, for it was too one- sided Manning scoring 31 points and) Audnbon 14. Those who had the program for the day's amusement in charge* have every reason to congratulate themselves on the result. HE SPEAKS BY THE CABD. Frank Fl >renoonrt, editor of Die Germania, spent part of the Fourth at Manning. He had a gay time we shonldi judge from the write up of tbe day given in hie paper, while his head was still' "swelled" with tba excitement incident to • an event of this kind. He writes thai, the oration was delivered by one be believes ro be an A. P. A. This conclusion, he deducts from the tone of the speech. It. must have struck a responsive chord in the manly heart ot this wise and noble ^f) man for he compliments the speech by saying that it waa "fiery and patriotic." This ie not the first time that Mr. Florenooart has given expression to bia ideas in snob a way tbat have led people to believe that be was a member ot that order. We were unable to deaoern anything in the speech which would convey an idea that the, speaker was anything bnt a true; patriotic American citizen, bat as Florenpoart says be is an A. P. A. we are not in a position to contradict him only in a general way for we know nothing of the eigns or earmarks by which one member in enabled to recognize another. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given tbat the contract for a grade between sections 14 and 218, in Grant township, Oarroll county, Iowa, will be let to the lowest responsible bidder, at the site of said grade, on Tuesday the 10th day of July, 1894, at two o'clock p. m. I reserve the right to rejaot any and all bid*. Wx. SBXTON, Co. Supervisor. ' "' ... . lOB. Rich & Todd are nowiready to deliver . ice. They desire the patronage of their old customers and all others .who are in need of first class ice and prompt delivery. We guarantee satisfaction. Leave orders at Todd & McAllister'I lunchroom. _ . RICH '& TODD. CAKHOLL READING CIDCLK. The following program has been arranged for Saturday evening, July 0, 1894: Honor ami Rlgbt ....HlfsMttrjrXeUey, Detection of Offmdw Miss Katie ZerWM. Tin Belt Importing 8/»lem., .MU» Minnie Br»n. VnoBeatsolDuty*.,', ..Mlti Unda Wentorman. Resolved; That pupils are governed weeks. He has been a victim of oou- sumption for a number of years. The funeral waa beld Wednesday at the M. E. church at 4 o'clock nude? tbe ens- pioeeof tbe G. A. U. Bev. W. B. Thompson preached the foberal sermon. The wite and three small children who survive him have the sympathy of tbe entire community in this ead ttiltiotion, Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. D*PRICE'S Tbf only Pure Cfeam of TiMftw powd»r,»-N94wwo»ift) No Aiwa. U»c4 ia MilUotti'of»Ho«je»-4o Year* tbt SteudwA more through love of duty than bv fear of punishment. , Affirmative—Mlsws Ora Quint and Anna Yeggc. Negative—Keurs. W. A, Deining and F. J. Rettenmaier. Two minute speeches by members. Readlng-"Cbllde Harold," Mrea NBTTIB Fox. Piles I Plies) Itching Piles. Symptom* moUture; Intense Itching and itlng tug'UHMUtnliiUtiwombs turatohjog. U til lowed to oontlmw (union form, which often bleed and ulu«rat», becoming very ne'i ointment ito|>« tile Itching I . tor and ing, the litsuu uluvratton «utl Ip wort u»m removal the minors. At druggl(U. or by nmll, for W c*ntt Dr. Bwayue & Sin, mimlripbln. o-l-» & WANTBD> To bnv some poUtaee at MoLagau FODHTII. Our natal day pawed very quietly in our city, » large portion ot onr citizens •pent the day at Mtwntne,, Lake View, Arcadia, Resell*, WUlej w»d Oooa Rapid*. All these place* soared the Aowri- can eagle and *bot off ore crook*)?, while the fee? who remained bore at borne enjoyed* day ot re*t. Manning attracted about two hundred from ibis place, as tbe program ther* wo* more elaborate thau tbat presented by any of our sister oitie*. The program oon*i*ted of a street parade, speaking, muslo *ud other exercise* •ppropriato to the occasion. E, M. Funk delivered the oratlou, with unusual force and elequsnoe «nd pleased the larg* aadieuoe which had ajueubled to h**i him. Iu lUe of lerooou the r«jwi ou the fair ground »ei» attended by old and young, the amphitheater being crowded to it* fallM* wpwUy. Tbe races were furnUhed iu»ttM«jMN»t tor oUl tu« Sheriff a Sale. Notice la hereby given that or virtu* ot a «pe- l«l execution, to wa directed by tno olerk of IB district court ot Oarroll oouiUX, Iowa, tliouopdv, ehatloli, luiidn, touomoutu, UtmrUtiu Uuruet) uml Thou. V. Bitrbws, «u. i» favor of 1). Joyo«, :, l win oner at putiiio uuiw to u>» uuu««i _.»l binder foroisli, ui HIM door o! the uwinUouwi, In the (own of Curroll, county ol Carroll! Iowa, on Uwlpth day pf July. wM* twe*u tl»e hour* of 9 o'clock H. m and * o'oloek p. ui, ou said day, «H of »ald defendant*' right, till* and tntwwt »» and u> tli» following o> lerlbad real «»t4to, viluatwi In .Carroll wuuW, to-wlt; tots itumlwrta four and tlvu, Iu bleak savon, in Wattles' weoml iiUilUlou to thetowu of and 8 it eimrifl qurro hpur or NoWott-Uighway-Proor of Ulftlm*. To T. Davis. l>. Duvlf, O. W. Oitrutfuwr aud J. wlioiu t nwy ooiioeru: r MmolBted to yiioutu and locate a highway oowiusuo n* at uortbwest uoru«ro(norUit>a*Mouth«aitti«Mtt-8i aud run ning tueuw ««»t to ui uQriut)o»t conicr of sai iionhMiit uoutUetmt SS-ta-w and tenuliiuUug at iUtttt0i CttUauutt onaau wiioju |t nwy oonoerni Tim ooiiiiuUtlonor MinolBted to " * *^sassflu» •* ruu. •^^.faKi^ftunt the iiortlHiimti »ouih- ttorjicr of [lie ««ld uorlh aor0M (he wild uorl _, auU totmluuto uofti I (10 aalU tunUeesl south* ,<u r«uon«d iu favo. , and «|i oujuc „._.-_!> IUU»t to Wl i ot Mbro uoou of fiw j.or tuoh btgbww will he wlUwut rwuNiioe Ihweto. f f '*SJ

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