The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on August 17, 1894 · Page 12
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 17, 1894
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Carroll DAILY AMD WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THB BBNTINBL is tbe only newspaper In Car- toll county that Is printed all at home and It con Mm more local and county news than any otbe two papers to this county. POWBBS ft COLOLO, Props. FHIDAI, AUGUST 17, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Patent photograph envelopes for sale •t this office. Gall at Martin & Olovis' (or Olidden barbed wire. The Boone district fair will begin Aug 90. Four days. Paints, Oils and Brushes at J. W. Hatton's. Frank Wurzbacher spent Sunday in the city with friends. F. M. Wilson, of Templeton, was city visitor Saturday evening. J. H. Helm, of Auburn, was a pleasant caller at our office Wednesday. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and •ose. Dr. O.L. Wright, Carroll License was eranted Saturday to O. P. Judklns and Laura Brooks. Mrs. Bummers, of Omaha, is the guest of Miss Anna Ringer of this city. Mrs. B. H. Shoemaker, of Hampton, is in the city visiting Mrs. W. R. Lee. J. J. Russell, of Jefferson, was transacting business in our city Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. Rose was in the city over Sunday the guest of Mrs. Geo. Russell. Diseases of women and children a specialty. DR.B.C. KELLEV,Carroll,la. Col. E. R. Burke returned Sunday evening from bis trip to Hot Springs, 8. D. E. M. Funk and F. T. Salmon, of Manning, were city visitors Tuesday for a short time. Dr. 8. H. Johnston has returned home after a visit for some time with relatives at Dunlap. Mrs. J. W. Blrohm and Daisy are in Omaha for a visit with relatives for a short time. Floor is 00 cents per saok at Mo- Lagan's. Why is it SQ cheap T Because be is selling oat, MoLaganhae got some awful good groceries and will sell much below any pne in Carroll. Be is selling out. tJnas. Munsoii is in the city visiting old friends. II appears quite natural to see bis smiling face on eur streets again. Miss Emma Russell, of Jefferson, arrived in the city Saturday last and is tbe guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. E. Russell. Ourprioss on flour are right, suits everybody, give i|it, trial and you will oome back to tbe Yellow front for more. All book accounts must be settled at once either by cash on note. EBMPKKB & COLIDGB. Tbe dedication of the new church Sunday was a success. The contributions wen liberal indeed considering the hard times, The late rains have at least done one good thing and that is to replenish tbe supply of cistern water which bad run very low- Have yon beard tbe news ? MoLagsn Is selling out. Goods most be all sold during the month of August end don't yon forget it. Ten dollars to all part of England. Ureat reduction in steamship tickets to •11 part in tbe world. Call at once. Mows Simon. Mrs. Baunderson and son.ot Sheridan .township, were in tbe city Tuesday and remembered TUB BKNTINKL office with a pleasant call. The Feast of the Assumption was observed Wednesday at the Catholic churches and was attended by large congregations. T. G. Paine and family, withUbe exception of Arthur, left last evening for Lanark 111., where they will visit for a couple of weeks. Mesdames Roberts and Stelgerwalt, of ficranton, were in the oily last Saturday to attend tbe dedicatory services of the church of God. 0, A. Junod and family returned Wednesday fiom •» extended visit with relatives in Ohio. They enjoyed an ex. oeedlogly pleasant vacation. Ohase & BMboro ISM and coffees were used exclusively on tbe World's fair grounds, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merohant. Tbos. F. Barbee arrived in tbe city Saturday evening, 110 has been spending the summer ut Malbeur, Ore., aud l return about the first of September, Shelby county fair will begin Au«. 37, he managers of tbe association say, "we know HUB season of general depression but our inottto I* 'never say die.' We Me not running the fair simply a» shosr or amusement, but are trying tc make it attractive and an Important fac tor in the prosperity of the community.' Ben Stultz returned Wednesday even ing from Hot Springs, 8. D., and says b left the Carroll contingent at that place in good health and all enjoying them selves. The old building used for a laundry which stood next to this office, baa a last been moved away and one lees fire trap on this street ia the result. We are glad that it is gone. Merchant wants yon to call at hi store and see how few goods yon can buy for five dollars. Leave your Backs and baskets at home, but put a double box on your sled or wagon. Formers oome on, now is tbe time am MoLagan'a ia the place to get some g cheap to carry jjffji over this bard season. Lay in a stock for the year; yon can save money by doing so. Sheriff Jeffrey has returned from the hospital at Clarinda, where he took Mrs Dieter. He says he has some trouble with her, especially at Council|Bluffs, where the transfer was made. The store loom on Fifth street next to Anderson's harness shop has been rented by Victor Steppuhn for a storage room (or his stock of liquors and wines, 61 which he has made a large purchase. Jos. Pudenz, the Democratic chairman of Kniest township, was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday. Mr. Pudenz Feels confident of a rousing old-time Democratic victory in this county this 'all. County Attorney Korte was called to Templeton Wednesday to prosecute wo men who were arrested for burglary at that place Tuesday night. The trial was held before Justice Overmire of Tern- >leton. The tennis club telegraphed home Sat urday evening for a hearse. When the rain arrived it looked more as if they were in need of a doctor than anything ise for they looked like a very sick lot if sports. Mrs. J. W. King, one of Carroll's old ist settlers was in tbe cityTuesday on her way from Harper, Kans., her home, to Sac City, where she is going to visit her ildtst daughter, Mrs. Baxter. Mrs. King is looking as if time was dealing gently with her. Miss Martha J. Butzow, teacher of German in our high school, is in tbe city. Miss Butzow will leave for Europe as oon as her year's work closes, where he will inspect school work, and visit lMiyes in Berlin, Afiss Lola Blake and mother have returned from the lake, where they have been for a few weeks. Miss Lola is again filling her position with Letts. Fletcher Co. Mr. Whitman and wife will not return until next week. Barnum & Bailey's greatest show on earth will visit our city Saturday, Sept 8. The city is pretty thoroughly covered over with gorgeous posters, being the moat elaborate tbe combination has ever spread upon tbe bill boardi, Dr. C. L. Wright returned from Ho Springs, 8. D., Monday evening and gives a good account of our boys who arc there enjoying the pleasures of that beautiful resort. The doctor is looking well, as'if the waters had a good effect on him. Wm. Schumacher and his rife moved their household goods* to their father's farm northeast of the city and will take charge of tbe place in the future. Mr. Schumacher is of the opinion that it does not pay to rent the farm and will run it himself another year. Our correspondent from Hot Springs gives a rather graphic account of Mr. Russell's endeavor to solve the great problem of irrigation which the correspondent says is a pet theory of his. Dr. Wright says to fully understand the full force of tbe article a few foot notes should have been added. John Madigan, of Lake City, III., is visiting relatives. Be was called here by the sad news of tbe death of bis sister, Maggie. Afr. Madigan says that the crops are exceptionally good in the part of tbe state in which be lives and is sur prised at tbe appearance of things here in Iowa. Miss Maggie Cornell, of Marshalltown, who has been in the city during the past few weeks filling the position of stenographer for Letts, Fletcher company loft Saturday for home to accept a similar position with the Iowa Central people at that city. The Insane commission met Friday evening at tbe clerk's office mid Elizabeth Dloter was adjudged insane. Saturday Sheriff Jeffrey started with her to tbe hospital at Clariuda, where she will be much better off than she would be here. Her daughter telephoned from Nevada that it would be impossible for her to take charge of her aud thought H best to Bond her to the hospital. The committee received the plans yester day furnished by Andrews manufactur- ing company for seating the new oper house. The plan is a good one and Wi undoubtedly be accepted this evening a a meeting of the society. The lawn tennis club of Castana wi play a return game jn our city With th home players next Tuesday. As ou boys have been doing some hard, worl practicing for this game the contest wil Do doubt be a hot one. G. H, Jones, of Audubon, Was in th city Wednesday. Mr. Jones is superin tendent of the machinery department o the Inter-State fair to be held at Biou City this fall and is very tnuiih interests in tbe success of this fair. Elsewhere will be found a notice cal ling for a meeting of the stockholders o the fair association at the clerk's offlc next Monday afternoon. Very import ant business will come before this meet ing and a full attendance is much desired Ida county agricultural society wil hold its twenty-fifth annuah;fair, begin ning Sept. 37. The premium list is good one and the association Is antici pating a first class fair notwithstanding tbe hard times and the drouth. Walt Scott slipped on the steps leading from the landing at Lake View to th restaurant and broke tbe small bone in one of his legs. This was quite unfortu nate for him for he was crippled in the other leg and will be laid up until the injury is repaired. R. R. Woodring informs us that unloaded the largest car of furniture to day that was ever shipped to this city He has been at work for some time making room for the new invoice am now has one of the finest equippec furniture stores in the west. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. F. Day was buried Wednesday. This is the third death in the family this sum mer. Mr. Day is the forman of the rail- rond machine shop in this city. The bereaved parents have the sympathy ol their friends in their sad afflictions. At a meeting of the school board Tuesday evening Frank Yonker was employed as janitor for the south side scboolj building. Miss Ella Griffin, one of the teachers employed in the south school, tendered her resignation which was accepted. The vacancy has not as pet been filled. Our correspondent from the Black iills says Sam Todd is very anxious to mow how the city well is coming on. About all that can be said on the subject is that the well has been completed and a pump ordered from St. Louis. Until it arrives nothing can be done,so it is prob ably proper to state that it is in statue quo. Our stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill cute no figure with us. Don't bink because we don't button hole yon on the street and beg yon to trade with ne, we don't want your trade. Wedo, ant bink yon are wise enough to obocse the * set place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MBBCHAKT. Tbe lecture Wednesday evening at the ourt bouse by Rev. Wlnterbourne w»s airly well attended. Coming as it did t the close of the normal the teachers were very busy preparing for tbe final xaminations. The subject on education was treated in a masterly way and leased those who were fortunate enough o hear it. J. R. Whitney has been appointed uperintendent of the art department of he Inter-State fair to be held at Bioux ity this fall. Mr. W. says he is receiv- ng a number ot applications for "space'* and thinks bis department will be well epresented. Mr. Whitney is the right man for this division of the fair and will make it a success. Tbe lecture Tuesday evening at the court bouse delivered by J. M. Hussey. superintendent of tbe Shenandoah normal college, was well attended by the normal students. The lecture was an able discussion of the qualities that are required for a cultured mind. Prof. Hussey is a bright young man .thoroughly mbued with the work of education and will in time, we predict, rank among tbe eading school men of our state. Sunlay was a day of gracious relief. The rain Friday night made the air cool and refreshing and then the everlasting oot of tbe merry-go-round with its ex cursions on tbe "Suwanee Itiver" or its continual bustling "After the Ball" were all lost hushed in the sweet dreams of a peaceful Sabbath day. Those who are in close proximity to the infernal machine doubly appreciate the above, Two weeks from next Monday tbe city schools will begin another year's work, During tbe vacation which is uow about drawing to a close the board has been >uiy at work making needed improvements in tbe school buildings. The high room has been remodeled and now presents an appearance of attractiveness md comfort that cannot fail to <tdd to ,be efficiency of the work o( that room. Tbe whole upper part of that addition has been placed in one room making a •ne,iarge,airy assembly room, Well lighted and properly seated. Tbe room presents an air of business and refinement that cannot fail to have its {effect upon the pupils, All of the balls have been papered,ai have the larger number of tbe school rooms, thus giving them a neat and attractive appearance. From all indications the school year will open un der very favorable auspices. On Monday last F. M. Davenport of this city received word of the death at Oekaloona of Abner Taylor, an old pio • neer who had resided there for more than fifty years. On Wednesday Mr. Davenport was notified by the clerk of the court there that Mr. Taylor's will had been filed for probate In his office, and named him as executor. We learn that there is quito a large estate and that the deceased was a client of Mr. Davenport's tor nearly 20 years. A BOW time card went into effect on the C. & N. W. Sunday. Nos. 8 and 4 have been discontinued west of Belle Plaine. No. 6, which arrives from the west at 8:05, has been made a local train and will carry the mail. The limited from the east will arrive twenty minutes later, its time now being 10:55 a. m. The other trains run about on the old time with the exception of the limited from the west, which will meet the Des Moines train at this point at 9:10 p." rn. The baptismal service in the Church of God was observed Wednesday as previously announced. Atter a very forcible discourse by Elder J. E. Boyer, of Ida Grove, upon the subject of bap tism fromjthe^text. Matt.,28tu chapter, 18 and 19, verses revealing explicitly the subject of "Christ's Example," Elder Nelson buried fourteen candidates in Christian baptism. May the spirit of the Master dwell richly in the hearts of thpse voung converts whose life is hid with Christ in God, that they may ever cultivate an upright walk and a; godly conversation. J. K. NELSON, Pastor. They raealkd how one boy went into the battle bearing the old standard at tbe right of the riglment, and how he fell pitrosd through with a rebel bullet, while hia warm blood stained that flag which went down for a moment with him. But only for a moment, for a comrade seiead tbe flag aud carried it aloft in defiance of the shot and shell of the etipmv. Tender memories cling around (hope flags, and every one of them tails a thrilling story. The body ot no loved child or mother was ever borne to its last retting place by gentler bands than were thece precious old flags carried to the place of their final deposit in the magnificent oapitolof Iowa. God bless the veterans. No true man stood on tbe curb-stone and looked at that noble procession as it moved along, but would have given all he possessed and part of the years of his life if be could only belong to that prond and gallant band. The hearts of all swelled with love for every one of them, and tears swam in eyes that were not wont to weep at sight of the grand and pathetic spectacle. May time lay its gentlest hand upon the frosted brow of every veteran soldier. So longjaa they live on earth a grateful government will ever remember them and hold th«m free from want and oare, and a patriotic people will be ever ready to crown them with honor and strew their pathway with brightest flowers." IVORY 60A? IT FLOATS FOR 5HIRT5. THE PROCTER I QAMBLE CO., OIN'TI. Theodore Slallman, of Templeton, was a caller at this office Wednesday and informed us of an accidVnt -which aappened to a neighbor of his bv the name of Clemens Siemer. His team became unmanagable and ran away browing him and the family from the carriage. Mr. and Mrs. Siemer were quite badly injured but not seriously. The ittle babe was thrown against a barbed wire fence. Its clothing caught and SUB- tended the child on the wire. Strange to ay it was uninjured. Tbe accident, while it might have been serious, was very fortunate indeed. Tbe illustrations in the Art Amateur August) are as they ought to be, largely uggestive of the coolness which views of he water gratefully produce in the sultry eat of the dog days. They Include a re- roductiOD in color of Edward Aforan'u 'Lightship," full-page black-and-white of ionel Walden's '-Toilers of tbe sea," and ome capital pencil and pen drawings by. Theodore R. Davis; In addition to which lore are sketches of water-lilies, and the ourth of Mr. Volkmar's fish-series of lates for china painters. The pictures, owever, are by no means all marines: iere is a grouping of butterflies (one of ie color plates) a portrait of Kossuth frontispiece), and various Interiors, pecimens of carved work, embroideries, tc.,;beaides the numerous supplementary working-designs for which this magazine s so favorably known. In the text Mr. )avla supplies some"Notes from an Ocean tudio," the late Theodore Child's articles n the National Gallery are continued, aero are seasonable hints to young marine painters, reminiscences of Edward (oran, etc. • OLD'Gwmr HOMOBID. The old veterans who attended Flag lay at Dse Moinee Friday have returned to tbe city and report it one of tbe most magnificent gatherings ever held in the late. 8. W. Peek of this city was detailed to assist in carrying tbe colors of be Fourth cavalry and also assisted in putting tbe old flag in its glaseease aud ealed it. Be says be is proud to know he assisted in carrying tbe flag of bis regiment to its last resting place. The )es Moines Leader in an editorial on tbe tarade says: "Tbe old battle flags, aded and tattered, were borne proudly as emblems and mementoes of victory at the bead of each fragmentary regiment. What a flood of memories poured over those old veterans and tbe throng of lympatbetlo 'spectators as these flags were so gallantly borne along tbe street. [be days were remembered wbsn deft lagers plied tbe needles to man* those flags to present to tbe "boys" as they were getting ready to leave home for tbe ronl. Then tbe presentation day, wbsn some gentle girl presented then to the regiment drawn up in line to reoeive hem. And the "boys', remembered tbe tail storms of iron and lead through which they carried those precious flags. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, D»PRICE'S OEMTBAL Ooinfiirn MEETING. The Democratic county central committee met at tbe court honse Wednesday and perfected an organization for tbe fall campaign. Tbe following officers were selected: M. J. Heine, chairman. D. Bodgere, secretary. Peter Berger, treasurer. Executive committee Thoe. Rich, chairman; J. B. Kniest, 0. 0. Oololo. The following precincts were represented: Jasper, P. Oormally. Sheridan, D. A. Rohan. Kuiesr, Jos. Pndenz. Arcadia, J. B. Bolke. Carroll, Thoe. Rich. Second ward, 0. 0. Oololo. Third ward, J. W. Kennebeok. Fourth ward, Peter Berger. Grant, J. M. Boyoe. Pleasant Valley, Jos. Hoffmann. Washington, 0. H. Flenker. Warren, D. Rogers. Eden, T. P. Stallman. The meeting was the most harmonious one that has been held in the county for years. It was the expressed intention ot all present to do everything that is possible for tbe interest of tbe party. Tbe chairmen of tbe various precincts feel as if the party is in line to roll np its old time majoiily and the success of tbe entire county ticket is looked npon by tbe chairmen ot tbe county as a settled fact. AM ACCIDENT. Henry Flenker, Democratic candidate for supervisor from Washington township, was .in tbe city and informs as that bis neighbor, Ernest Stndeman, had the misfortune to have his right leg broken just aboye tbe ankle. He bad taken hie daughter to Halbnr to take tbe train for this city to eater tbe county normal. On returning home bis horses became frightened on going down a steep incline and overturned tbe baggy, breaking bis limb as stated above. Tbe bones were badly fractured, so much so that they protruded through tbe flesh. Dr. Wright was called and says that nnder favorable circumstances be thinks the fracture will re-unite end the limb will be saved. BDBOLABS. Tbe other nigbt Mrs. Humphrey was awakened from a light sleep in which she bad fallen by the presence of a stranger in tbe bones. She inquired who it was and not receiving an answer called to tbe ioetor that a burglar was in the boose. Tbe intruder took alarm and aauapad. He bad entered in bis stocking feet and Mrs. H. saya be was an old looking man with gray whiskers. Tbe doo- lor saya that as this was tbe first time hnytbiiig of tbe kind ever occurred to him be wsa considerably exoited,not to say soared. Owing to tbe timely discovery nothing was taken from tbe boose. World, and this paper,both for one year, for $2, or we will aend you this paper for one year and The Weekly Worlk for six months for 81.75. The campaign now begun is goine to be a very important oue. Here is . the opportunity to get your ;own local paper and tbe leading metropolitan journal of tbe country nt extraordinarily low rates. Does this interest yon? If it does, and you think it worth while to take advantage ot this great special offer while it lasts, send 9l*.7& and get tbe Weekly World for ai* months and THE WEEKLY BEOTINK, foi one year. Address TBE SENTINEL, Oar- roll, Iowa, i _ ' CLOSING OCT. Commencing August I we will sett our stock of groceries, glass and queens* ware at cost for strictly cash. We have decided to quit tbe grocery trade. & Co.. owder Tbe only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—Ho 'Viuiuouto; No Alum U§ed in Millions of Home*—40 Years tbe Standard WANTED., An active agent in each county in the' United States, to solicit subscriptions for the Twice-a-Week Republic. A liberal commission will be paid to hustlers. Address, superintendent circulation, Tbe Republic, St. Louis. Mo. Advertised Letters. Tbe following letters remain uncalled for at the postofflce, Aug. 13, 1894. Unless delivered within thirty days from date they will be forwarded to tbe dead letter office at Washington, D. C.: H. S. Thompion ' Schraeder t Balrd Frank P. Smith Mr*. Cora Peterson Bert Carrier Thomas Belch Mies Myrth HoWald, see., local board of children's home society. The law provides that one cent shall be paid for all letters advertised. When calling for same please state date of ad- vertlaement. JNO. L. I'OWKUS, P. M. "Uow to Cure All Bktn Diseases." Simply apply Swayne'g o'ntment . No internal medicine required. Cares tetter, eczema, Itch, all eruptions on tbe face, bauds, none, eto. Leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. It» great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Bwayne'i ointment. / 6 1-95 SEEN ANDOAH VALLEY LAN DS MmrriNa. There will be a meeting of tbe stockholders of the Carroll County Fair and Driving Park association at the clerk's ottos in tbe court bouse wit Monday, August 20, at 8 p.m. Business of great importance will oome before tbe meeting and it ia urged Ibat all should attend who can possibly do so, By order of tbe board of directors. H. A. Jump, Secretary. THIS BliOUbB IWVHMKHT YOU. It is just as ueoassary for a man to get good reading matter «a it is to get goo I food. We have just made arrangement* which may be of interest to you, dear air, who are glauoing down this ooluntu of type. The arrangement is this: We •ill give you the greatest of all Demo- watip papers, the N«w York Weekly Why go west when such grand opportunities exist iu West Virginia, Maryland 1 and tbe famous Shenandoah Valley of Vir glnia, a section possessing all tbe requls ties for health, comfort and prosperity ? No region in the United States is attracting greater attention; people from the north and west are looking that way with the view of locating. Improved farm lands are to be obtained at from 98 per acre and upwards, unimproved timber lands at from 12 to 96 per acre. Klch mineral lands are cheap, excellent water powers, manufacturing Bites, business locations, etc , are numerous. The uchooli aud churches are excellent; the people arc hospitable aud extend a warm welcome to new comers. The climate Is unequalled, no severe storms or cyclones, no contagious diseases. • Half rate excursions from Chicago and' all J*. &O. towns in Indiana and Ohio, will be run to tbe Shenandoah Valley ou August 7tli and 14th, September 4th and 18th, October 2nd, November ttth and December 4tli. Further Information giver) free. Address M. V. Richards, Land aud Immigration Agent, H. &. O. R. It., UalUraore, Md. 13-eo w-4t Reduced Rates to Washington, D.O. GlUMU KNOAMfHKNT Of TUB KNIQUTS OF " 1'VTiiua or TUB woui.u. The biennial encampment of the Su- premo lodge and iirand encampment of the KulglitH of Pythias ot the world will he hold at the national capital Aug. 27 to Bent. 5. For this ocoai ion the Kaltlmore & Ohio railroad company will sell round trip tickets from all points on Its lines, Aug. • 22 to 26 Inclusive, valid for return trip until tiopt. »t a further extension of llmo to Sept. IB can be secured, provided the ticket It depoBltud with the joint ageut at Washington, D. O.,on or before Sept, 6, The round trip rate from Chicago will beftl7,50, and curresnondlnirly low rates from other points. Tickets will also be sold at all principal point* tlirouuhoiit the west aud northwest. No matter where' you st»rt from, a»k for ticket* via H. &O. .For Information in detail, address L. 8. /lllim, Asi't Gen'l Pass. Agent, H. * Q. R, U., Ursud Central Passenger Depot,. Chicago, Jlls. Notice-Proof of Will. State of lows,* Carroll county, s»i-DI»trlot, court Iu vacation, To all wlioui It uiiy itouaern: Notice U hereby glvon, tb«t UH Instrument lit wrmujf puportluii tube lite last will and testa-- lueut or u«iirlatt« V. Wadsworth deemed, was twin day uroduuud, opened aud r<ad by the uudwsigued and that I Itavt fixed Tuesday the 28tu dtf of «uiruit, JHW, as lue day for Iwailujj William my offlul«l «lgua»ur*>. with tn« ml of Mid wurtuorvtoattxtA, ihtf fld Uwfof July, «• W.- •>* ... (IN Blliug, Clsrk dUtrivt court. BUND twaiv« oo 5 ouriu uulidii will rtwlvs fou OVQMi OQUUllUllllX Ive imuaaud adant~*Vaii<S say whure'you iii> ' edvertueniODi.

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