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F Hjljllegan aftd E Wei-ling, h ehf6fc4a?" u 15 16 is 22 25 land L&Too, sw ne & efifn* 27 j ChHstian Hoffman, ne 32 John Tlllson, h hi ne & n nt S ht (ig '33 t'redGehrtcli.nhf n\v 30 .871 .10 50 10 18 1452 2(> 14 2 00 502 7 06 0 27 0 27 5 02 3 56 Ot 08 1 15 6' 1 61 2 89 8 83 S 60 11 74 10 69 16 03 3 22 32 30 28 38 61 43 48 37 al 232 0 30 7 67 075 075 0 29 3 87 Township ost Sange so* Jas Callanan fl\fr i 39 st Nels^Liidersoti , p«- and w ht se l 7 os Nr Pearsoiij wlifsw • 2 a 48 Alice Ei-ioksoti, e hf aw 2 8 25 AHdfejv Clejnetisonjpei- add n\4 Ses 22 51 «Jas Callanan, nw 5 47 74 do hw do inv ne do ne n\V Uo se nw do sw nw oo se . f I.^^M i whfse John A Hale, pel- and s6 he 7 27 10 it 4 74 n 7 52 14 8 32 14 7 os 14 24 31 14 1403 15 is lo Cyrils E Bravender, s hf . 17 60 17 Peter Ureirhoitz, whf my 10 sot do se nw 10 4 is Ellsworth & .Tones, nw sw 21 7 87 O K Higley, e hf hw 28 7 52 do nw sw 28 3 8t JnsCallatian.slif sw 28 1507 3 r Johnson.tax '02 '03 '04 e hf ne 20 35 28 A Lewis, per and nw 20 is 63 Jas Oallaiiun, se se 20 7 87 L E.Jones, ne 30 37 oo J K lilnford, w hf so 05 02 EAGLE. Township loo, Bange 30. I>avid Freeman, per and e hf ne 7 4 27 Joseph Wos, w hf se 9 do se se o Emma G Llndbloom U6 and ehf se!7 frt 3 Ol iJ lana "'ne nw and w hf nw2i Theo NeJsou, e hf ne 31 UNION. 7 oo 3 60 308 s 01 8 20 l 7 8 8 8 9 9 12 19 19 20. 18 82 4484 24 46 13 87 1481 1635 5 67 6 34 1347 7 00 10.75 44 65 1347 3177 6 74 3 78 44 1 05 04 2 23 4 511 2 04 02 88 05 02 2 3,9 1 65 1 83 00 2 70 47 2 41 4 71 31 33 00 43 54 1 04 3 37 1 87 00 358 0 10 68 83 44 20 97 04 1 89 4 23 2 40 t 44 1 63 1 67 70 39 1 41 92 1 12 43 50 8 42 10 53 0 10 2474 62 24 20 83 6 30 840 0 27 8 00 20 70 16 08 10 03 0 41 31 03 3 50 27 08 51 88 3 92 •4 70 8 77 7 05 4 85 17 til 38 05 20 5(1 8 77 41 18 71 72 485 7 83 <? ju 337 9 58 9 14 20 71 49 07 20 80 1531 19 34 18 02 6 37 .6 73 1488 8 91 11 87 Township oo, Range Geo E Marble, W hf ne Aug Doering, per and ne Jas MoMahon, per and s hf no Jas Murray, o hf nw HoraoeWheeler w hf ne Miles W H Haines, w hf nw Jas H McMahon, so nw Lloyd Sarchett, w hf nw John Kargleder, w hf se •do se se - Jos-HJMcMahon, w,hf nw - 21 OByson, Sji.50 a all lying ei and V of hy in ri 17 a se n w* 24 Fred Pompe, per and nw 29 do e hf sw . 29 f olin Schermer, per and ue 33 do ne se 32 WHITTEMOBE. Township 95, Range 30. Harrlette A Nellis. w hf nw 4 17 01 Ellen Nellis. w hf sw 4 12 51 Jas Gallanan, sw nw 9 2 94 Moses Stewart, per and e hf se 11 11 43 R Hilleshelr, e hf se 12 12 61 Geo A McKay, e hf nw 14 14 09 UALtlllbrldge.shfnhf 18 1246 Jas Oallanan, e hf se 20 11 66 J JP filbert, sw , 20 23 42 T and C Ryan nw 21 24 GO J R Beardsley, nw 28 20 52 J Dorweiller, sw 31 8 17 WHITTEMOBE INCORPORATION. Name. Des. Lot. Blk. Tax I & O Total ,-1.21. 35 • 4 21< 48 86 1 41 14 88 3 05 34 82 60 7 34 l 73 l 33 29 l 23 l 33 155 57 1 24 2 31 241 2 05 44 18 74 13 84 3 23 12 00 13 84 10 54 13 03 12 90 25 73 28 10 22 57 8 01 Albert Mead et al e 18 ft 3 Mason Leach, • lands inghiim & Smith 4, 5- f -Henry Goetseh.-per and •'; 3 Agusta Ohrischilles, w, 19 ft 5 smith Carlisle, , s, o 11, 12,13,14 3 7 10 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 14 7 11 11 7, 8 13 1 14 8 14 0 14 11 14 3 15 . , 7 15 11,12 17 12 18 25 3 71 9 0(1 52 06 1236 6 92 4'40 55 04 6 18 4 95 14 83 9 89 99 5 44 1 24 00 99 0 89 4 95 1 24 11 13 1 24 8 42 8 66 M A VVichler, per and L Beattie N Wagner, ex e 2 ft Theresa Schmidt , M enry Munch ason Leach Lorene Thompson Theo Schmidt Nellie Trumau Tngliam & Smith John Bennett Henry Gebhart liiKham Ss Smith Ambrose Thompson Ingham & Smith , „ JU do do 1,2, 8,4, 8, 9,10,11 19 Aug llileman, out lot 3 Hotelllng's Addition. A H Hotelling, biles l, 2,3, and 4 11 47 m, &° .Per and 1,2,3,0,7 5 25 90 Thos Oarmody 30 74 Ueo Hauna 4 o 74 A H Hotelling 5, o o 74 /< w , -Township 95, Range 30, and Plat ne Geo Edgett, It l ne se 7 l 98 Harriet 0 Babcock, und o-lo se 8 55 03 H A Lillibndgo, per and n qr is 44 14 WESLEY. Townsnip 06, Range 27. Jas Oallauan, se se is 23 John Govern, trustee ne ; 3 1419 P H Gurren, per and w hf ne 4 11 2s James Gurreii, per and nw 4 32 36 Patrick Gurreii ne se 4 8 13 Ohas A Anderson, se ' 5 2824 Jasper Meyer, s Si e hf o 17 oa do m e hf sw o 7 53 Thos A Way, uw 10 14 82 O W Mitchell, per and n hf nw 12 20 02 Chandler Ward, per s hf nw 12 24 01 Ed Kunz, w hf sw s of hy 15 3 50 Vf D Smith, nhfse 15 753 Ohas A Seegrow, per and ne 17 28 71 A J Wetherby, nw 17 14 98 Geo J Adams, sw 17 13 24 W J Hager, e hf sw is 7 63 E E Thomas, se sw 10 3 os Soran Jensou, per and se 20 21 oo A K Kennedy, w hf sw 22 7 20 Geo U Durham, ne nw 24 <98l 22 31 MO 4 96 1 31 • 42 33 6 14 39 05 1 53 1 10 28 30 30 29 29 1 11 05 31 1 20 31 90 97 55 98 20 20 22 47 4 02 11 00 57 92 1367 7 34 4 79 62 08 6 57 5 00 10 30 11 90 1 27 5 80 1 63 1 28 1 28 11 90 5 00 1.55 12 33 1 55 9 38 9 03 12 02 26 94 1 00 1 00 00 se. 38 230 5 20 60 83 152 4566 Henry Eekart, se ' ,Wesley Independent ' , 02 1 21 3 11 03 2 74 73 43 04 2 08 841 51 43 2 78 05 00 43 31 2 44 44 1 09 9 17 14 81 12 49 35 47 9 06 30 OS 18 41 7 90 15 46 23 00 27 02 4 01 7 06 31 49 15 63 13 84 7 90 3 96 2413 8 73 10 90 26 45 02 4 25 49 27 Busie Lawson s W e % 3 13 uarl and OH Olson, es-il 413 II o Holleubeok, '93, 04,e hf e 2,33 14 ****M£W- ej-r.e V M ana J tt Wttrd.'ne qr M Z Barrett, sw 4 Geo A Wuk, per and.se JH Merrill, JolmSGaJlagher.eTana s K Grove, per and w qr J B Men- u; n h| Jacob Johnson, per & e % 105. ft W CQ,rt r ,e* 4 14 414 J8 20 23 ' 23 384 826 •27 2? *'» 2 S3 1051 4347 9 34 Q84 4 07 2 33 701 62 J8 467 933 Ql 68 41 2 .63 11 420 47 1 04 10 37 6 34 5 41 2 83 7 5 79 07 - ,01 5 1VQ4 10 5 74 07 WmOo)bv,ftH W p tifddjnes, per and sand -303 jj 3 \\ 3' I 8;8 I 8 326 515 2 33 S6Q 083 '•PIIHH McdofnmpH,8Uf w ui N U StiKiPi 1 . n'hf w Uriln An q \rifif if , r 85 5 41 '2 JH 4 78' '6 74 13 07 38 21 01 74 84 97 28 37 42 80 94 75 5074 01 55 B6 £> "• > ?.r,v, ,' ^'c-i'-'-' -' ,„.„„„,„...„ i §nd§ 7 'lie''' . .M.:-- "! •':*.'._,. ''Q,.7 t>, IM-',,' • « • O Q ' 1 on |'(U-aa ! 'illflf'Ml 7*a ! 'n 1 QnHT ' i'liv'-ia . K So- ^iSSf.'^ SUMEP AS HERETICS tHE AWft/L Stem? fHAt 1ft Btilldlflg fifed by Ofrde* 6t •frndge— *h* ft&ti*4>« In a and 4 Jbsicfti t fit- Irofcft, ftov. 4.— A special to The Wofld fftnn Pfechucft, Mexico, lays: IfeWs eoineg ftota 't'exac&fca, & Isnaii town ifahafcited by IhdiafiS fttid Mestizos (haifiteeeds), that 10 persona Wefe but fted there as hef-etics by pfdef of the attiiliafy town jtidge. He claims he was actiiif ftecof ding to the Will of God, toatiifested to him in an eittaof di* ttary vision, accompanied by cettaitt indi* cations of ditifie tmth against hectic's and people leading immoral lives. fhe dispatch adds: As soon as the news reached Mollango, the principal town in the district, the municipal president and minor officials, with a escort of over 60 men armed with rifles, went to Texacapa, where they found everybody in the pttblic sqttare, Executing Grotesque in honor of the virgin of Guadalottpe, around the ruins of the jail, a small building solidly constructed, close to the parish church. In this jail previous to Saturday had been confined Nicolas Hernandez, Martin Santiago, Jose Manuel, Casper Hernandez, Juan Tomas, Juan Tomas, Jr., Maria Juaua, Maria Magdalena, Maria Concepcion and an infant child. They had been rudely hustled from their homes at dead of night on the extraordinary charge preferred by the auxiliary town judge that their lives *were an evil in the sight of God, and that they were enemies of the faith and heretics whom God had ordered through His holy saint to be consumed by fin. The auxiliary judge related this with the utmost sangfroid to the authorities. He added that God had wrought astonishing miracles to confirm what' the saint had told him in the vision. Obeyed the Dlvlno Command, Said the judge: "I obeyed the Divine command and ordered out my constables and we took these sinners from their beds and dragged them in the darkness/of night, weeping and wailing, to the jail. " "When ' they, ..were locked securely in. I ordered the consttftbles" to set the building on fire." Twenty-one arrests were niade although the fanatical mob threatened death to the authorities. The prisoners securely bound around the arms and chained together, wore marched to Mollango, where a judicial investigation will take place. _ SERIOUS CONDITION Of 1 AFFAIRS. More Maisacre* of Armenians Said to Have Be«n Planned. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 1.—A sensation has been caused here by the report, generally believed to be correct, that th-fee Armenian notabilities, of Trebi- zond, including a prominent-, ecclesiastic, are to be executed'on the "ground that they are responsible for the present rioting there. According to statements made in Armenian circles, about 800 Armenians were killed during the fighting at BitliS with the Turks. The loss of the latter is said to be trifling. Advices from Moosh say that the leading Armenians of that locality have been conferring with the representative Turks of that city and neighborhood as to the means to be adopted in order to. prevent the outbreak there of disorders similar to those which" have occurred recently in different parts of Armenia and which have resulted in so much bloodshed. It is added that the Turks stipulated that the American missionaries who are distributing relief to the suffering people of Sassoun withdrew from there in three days, otherwise the Turkish notabilities claim they fear there will be a massacre such as just occurred at Bitlis. Ask Missionaries to 'Withdraw. In view of the critical situation of affairs outlined above, the United States ambassador, Mr. Alexander Terrell, has advised the American missionaries to withdraw temporarily from Sassoun, At the same time Mr, Terrell has notified the Turkish government that the Upited ^States will hold it responsible for the livos of American missionaries, The United States ambaasadojr aas taken a firm stand in the matter, and nothing will be left undone which will in any way insure the safety of the missionaries, The British charge d'affaires, the Hon, My. Herbert, has made representations to the porte of a nature identical to Mr, Terrell, The result is that the government fcas Decided to - t Troops to Protect the Missionaries. But here another qornpJiodtion arises, Kurds pf Saasoun are only held in check by the presence tbeje of the missionaries, fearing to oqjnmit excesses in presence and they threate» to plunder tjw Armenians OR the 4ej>8rfc. of $K» tniWJWWfl, " Therefore, in any case, fyesJi tumbles are feared, u»» [ess. the authorities take special meas. nj-es f or.$ie pyp.teptiQJ» Of flw Arin'e. njtms. Tljenjefe prefejape jfe^e of TwrWeh fa? from Mnga sufficient ft 8QUAR6. at the . . , fe±., Nbt. 1.— fhe negro Henry Hillard, who so brutally murdered Mrs. Bell near here, was captured about 4 a. m. three miles from Joigore. He offered no resistance. Soon after the officers had him handcuffed a mob of some 200 men, heavily armed, arrived on the scene and demanded the immediate surrender of the prisoner, which Was readily given. The mob then left for the scene of the murder, where they arrived in the afternoon. The crowd continued to gather at the scene of the horrible crime until nearly 2,000 citizens of Tyler and vicinity Were there. When the negro and his captors arrived on the scene the murderer Was fully identified and made a full confession, admitting the charge and giving the fearful details of the act. He then wrote a farewell letter to his wife and calmly awaited his doom. After his confession and thorough identity a vote Was taken as to the mode of punishment. It was agreed to burn him in the public square. The sentence Was promptly carried out. DIAZ MAY AID THE CUBANS. Mexico's President to Fend troops to the Island. WASHINGTON, Nov. 1.— Private ad- Vices from Mexico indicate that Mexico may take a prominent part in the Cuban insurrection. It is asserted that President Diaz is ready to extend material aid to the insurgents. Just as soon as he is asked to do so, it is reported, Diaz will send several regiments of Mexican troops to aid the Cubans. Cuba, the advices assert, is ready to become a state of the Mexican republic, and Diaz sees an opportunity which he ' is ready to seize. If this rumor is well founded it is the most important chapter yet added to the Cuban story. Said to Be Poatofflce Robbers. Sioux FALLS, 8. D., Nov. 4.— Upon the representations of Postal Inspector Frosnes, three alleged postofflce robbers who have been operating at Madison, S. D., and Hills, Minn., were bound over to the United States grand jury in the sum of $1,000 each. None of the three were able to furnish bail, and they will remain in jail here until the next term of the United States court. They gave their names as William Grant, Edward Clemmens and George DeWitt. Earning* Were Phenomenal. MILWAUKEE, Nov. 4.— It is whispered about in Milwaukee railway circles that the earnings of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul company for the month of October were something phenomenal and unexpected. They reach nearly $4,000,000, it is said, for last month, an amount that has not been reached by the road in any One month since the great year of ,1892. Yellow Fever at. Havana. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.— Reports to the marine hospital service show the continued prevalence of yellow fever at HavanaS-Thfere-were leo'^aier^sfia'-^a deaths from the disease from Oct. 10 to 24. A large percentage of the deaths are in the military hospitals. During the week ending Oct. 24, out of 28 deaths, 18 were soldiers in the hospitals. Say They Have No Grievance. HELENA, Mon., Nov. 4.— There are no- developments here in regard to the probable Great Northern strike. On the Montana Central, a branch of the Great Northern, the employes claim they have no grievance and will not strike unless forced out by the Great Northern men. Overdue Ship Arrived. TACOMA, Nov. 4.— The British ship Yola has arrived 171 days out from London with 180 barrels of cement consigned to the Northern Pacific railroad andlooal dealers. Some fear had been entertained for her, as she had been spoken but onqe during the passage. The British bark Edinburgshire is 215 days out from London for this port with a cargo of cement. Called Herself Mrs, Huntlngton. NEW YORK, Nov. 4.— Mrs. Sophia Caroline Smith, a fine looking woman of 46 years of age, was arrested and locked in a cell at police headquarters on the charge that she has secured many hundreds of dollars worth of goods from dry goods stores by representing herself to be Mr3. C, P, Huntington, the wife of the railway magnate. Seeking the South Pole. BERLIN, Nov. 4.—The German committee on the exploration for the South polejjiet, Privy Councillor Neumayer presiding, and resolved to start two vessels from Keyguele island in further. anoe'of the work", They allot 950,000 for the expenses of the exped;. Nov, l.-rThe Comwer, £&«3as City hag adopted a meifl,9Fiai to J&e executive wmnUftees pf the. p§njQor#tic and RepubUcmjxwties, earnestly wgipg a short presidential It is suggested that the. cam,, fee pjrpionge4 yaofct Qors has arrived in Menasba after a tways* pyulee P& lj*§ Wiiipe.bggQ, gara 18 git], uetfl, UQ,OQO e» n sl4QO pgimdji pj , ali eaptured from illegal flute by EUGENE FIELD IS DEAb. fft£ $6ted thtcttfa JfeWfrpftpe* Man find Prtet Pl»fel A«"4y. CStciGo, Nov. 4.—feisgene Field, the poet, died in his bed of heart disease about 6 o'clock a. m. He retired lit usual health and apparently slept *UOENE FIELD, [As he appearea in 189.5,] soundly till daybreak, when his son, Who occupied the room With him, heard him groan, and putting out his hand, found that death had already taken place, Mr. Field leaves a widow and five children. A GREAT NORTHERN EXTENSION, President Hill Credited With a Deslrn for a Chicago Outlet, CHICAGO, Nov, 4.—A project is under way for extending the Great Northern railroad to Chicago.. It is the outgrowth of a deal whereby a belt line was to have been built around Milwaukee, but which fell through, owing to the scheme of constructing a Great Northern connection to this city. There is every reason to believe that within a couple of years at the latest the through line, now only outlined on paper, will be in operation. Several conferences have already been held with J. J. Hill, president of the Great Northern, and the Eastern capitalists interested. One of the conferences was upon the question of Extending the Groat Northern from Superior to Milwaukee and Chicago, the object being to give the Great Northern an outlet to the lake and rail centers of business and a through all- winter route. As a result of these recent conferences it was found that the great railroad projector and operator had already considered the same'scheme and looked favorably upon it. He said frankly, however, that the present was no time to undertake such an enterprise, but he .felt that some time in the not distant future the plan would become a possibility and a very practical one. STATUE MUST BE TORN DOWN. Ills., Lincoln Monument at Springfield, Poorly Constructed. SPRINGFIELD, Ells., Nov. 3.— The Lincoln monument at Oak Ridge cemetery, which has for the past 20 years been ad- mirecTby, thousands upon thousands of to be torn dt>wn. It is too far gone~lo be repaired, and, besides, its construction is such that it will not admit of re- repair. Instead of being a substantial pile of solid granite, as external appearances would indicate, it is a rickety structure of brick, veneered over with slabs of granite. This is the verdict of state trustees who have charge of the monument. THE PUGILISTS WERE DISCHARGED. Proceedings Dropped on Promises They Would Leave Arkansas. LITTLE BOOK, Ark., Nov. 2. —The criminal cases against Fitzsimmons and Julian, Brady and Corbett were dismissed at noon on condition that the, men leave the state as soon as they can conveniently do so. The restaining order preventing the men from fighting in the State of Arkansas remains in force, and all chance of bringing off the fight in this state is over, even if Fitzsimmons would be willing to fignt here, and he' stated unmistakably that he would do nothing of the kind, v ORDERED TO VENEZUELA, ' The North Atlantic Squadron May Make a Demonstration. CHICAGO, Nov. 8,— A ^pecial to The Times- Herald from Washington states that the ships of the North Atlantic, squadron have been ordered to depart at once for the Cambean sea. It is believed that a demonstration by the men* of- war off the coast of Venezuela is intended, or at least is not improbable, Concurred in Jenbius' Decision, NEW YoBKi Nov. 2,— In the action of the Farmers Loan and Trust company against the Northern Pacific 'Railroad. company, Judge Lacombe in the United Spates circuit court opnouJred in the decision of 'Judge Jenkins permitting the first and third mortgage bondholders to become parties to the suit, the Nawe of Sandy Hook, , Nov. J.^The president and. secretary of way bare eti »a»a of Sandy Hook to Fort jjj honpp of ffce Jate General is ta£en en t^e of the Hpjne, , KilWi JTov, £- :Qvej< ej Howe fop Infants i« t Oft Publisher's icfotftefiiefttt o subsci-ib«f§ whole i>lac6 6f ness is ih Some Sthet tdWft ifi tto «etflN ty than Algorlai aa &t?&Vgmmi Kt& beeh made by the ftubiishet wfal»§tf paymehts oa subsctiptiot to the ppe* may be made afc a&y o«e of the fdll<JW» ing hamed battks: BAMGftaF-r-^afmets' and Savings Bafik. BUR?-The Bdft Bafik. WttlTOMdKE-Whittetoofe State Bask. WESLEV-Wesley State Babk. LE&YAfcB-state Bank of Led. GEftMAMiA--8fcate Bank of &efmanfa SWEA enpY-Swea City Bank. ELMORE—Eimote Exchange Batik, Subscribers paying f 0 f the year ia advance can avail themselves of our lowest clubbing rates, given herewith. This arrangement is made with a view to accommodating any whd may find it more convenient to pay their subscription at their home batik, AM business coming through these banks will be given prompt attention. YOU CAN ~ SAVE MONEY By availing yourself of the low rates quoted in this CLUBBING LIST: 4 I ','\1 ( , **! '' '1 N and Inter Ocean State Register N. Y. Tribune Dubuque Times, (a semUweekly....... Pioneer Press Chicago Times Ne\v York World.. New York Sun.... Homestead Orange Judd Farmer. Harper's Weekly.. H arper's Bazar.... Harper's Magazine Cosmopolitan Mc'Clures Magaz'n N. Y. Independent Chautauquan Review of Reviews Dedorah Posten... The Midland Scientific American Century St. Nicholas Scribnors Youth's Companion Harper's 'Young People Week's Current $1.85 1.85 1.85 2.10 2.23 3.30 3.30 3.30 3.40 2.35 4.75 4.75 4.60 2.85 3.60 4,00 2.6T 3.6C 3.50 2.5 r 4.1' 5.1' 4.10 4.10 3.30 AND DRILLING: GALLION BROS., Bancroft, la. SALESMEN WANTED. Pushing, trustworthy men to represent us in the sale of our Choice Nursery Stock Specialties controlled by us. Hig-hest Salary or commission paid weekly. Steady employment the year round. Outfit free; exclusive territory; experience not necessary; biff pay arsurecl workers; special induce- o S- ° once for P*"" Allen Nursery Co,, ROCHESTER, N. Y. WANTED . , , tocal and Travbllns A good chance! Don't miss it! .You nee^ no capital to represent a reliable firm that warrants nursery stock first class and true to name. WORK AM, TfBE YBAK, and _-, „„__„„_ ..».».», rf »*jjLj j,4J.jm xjiutn, iinu. good pay weekly. Our famous Minnetonka Apple Is.warranted until it produces a busliel of f rut t. Our Seed Potatoes sell everywhere. State age. 1 L. L, ~~ Wanted Salesmen one - o?% t ' w,,- o;; MEN in each county to take orders fi Choice line of NUBBEBY STOQK o? pSLw,,, ^OTATOBS, Stock and seed cruaranteea 1 4 $^rffi^£zss^ s^5 »» £&* J ®S£J*«'* M& $$* The H&wks Nursery Co,^ , Wis, P ^{gjMjyfc v m ^ -' tf TTO*,^, AGENTS •'SSJMgttfseA^l^^ Stool FailiKto jiyj *- ! " ia "** We tseU qi|ly Also Pyre 90«d *Pj 2PftS9SBKeri> " ftfflBpr^USssaa:

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