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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
The Livingston Loan and
Of Pl&ttsmouth, Nebraska.
On tbe 29th day of June, 1901.
Tbe PlattsmoQtb Jonroal
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT
George B. Mann
W. K. Fox
First mortoajre loans C8.68S.64
Ptock loans MM.OO
Real estate 3,064.11
Oellnanent Interest, oremlnms. fines
and does. 1.696.65
Otber assets real estate contracts. . . 4.KW.71
Insurance and taxes nald and ad
Capital stock paid up. $35,996.00
Reaerre fund. 674.80
Undinded profits. 10.3(52. 88 1
One year 11.00
Six months 50
Invariably in advance.
Entered at tbe postofflfe at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, as second class matter.
FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901.
I. Henry R. Gertng. secretary o
named association, do solemnly
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR
THE TEAR ENDING JUNE 90. 1901.
Balance on band July 1. 1900 f 799.86
Interest, premiums and fines 3.iw.74
Loans repaid M 13.58
Real estate contracts.. 753. BS
MembersblD and transfer fees 65.25
Loans.. I 8.737.30
Stock redeemed 5,000.00
Cash on hand 1.3&0.Z1
Interest on bills payable 8 01
Insurance and taxes nald and ad
Stat or Nebraska
1 of tbe above
the foregoing statement of the condition of
said association is true ana correct to ue
best of my knowledge and belief.
Hkbbt R. GsBisa. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12tb
day of July, laoi.
(Seall Notary Public
ijommusion expires ten. ix iwi.
I). B. Smith, C A. Marshall. Fred W. Ebln
g er, directors.
QY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
- issued bv George F. Housewortb. clerk
of tbe district court within and for Cass
county. Nebraska, and to me directed, I will
Oa tk lltfc day of August, A. D. 1001
at II o'clock a. m. of said day, at the south
door of the court house in tbe city of Platts
moutn, in said county, sell at puoiic auction
to the highest bidder for cash, the following
real estate, to-wit: Lots three hundred and
ninety (390), three hundred and ninety-one
(ayi), three nunarea ana ninety-two (zo.
and three hundred and ninety-three 393), in
tbe Village of Greenwood. Cass county, ft
braska, together with tbe privileges and ap
purtenances tnereunto oeionging or in any
wise appertaining. Tbe same being levied
noon and taken as the urooertv of John P.
Ryan et aL. defendants, to satisfy a Judgment
of said court recovered by the County of
ca9a, piainuzr. against naia aerenaants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. July 11. A. D-, 1901.
- W. D. Wheiub.
Sheriff. Cass county, Nebraska.
J. L. Root, Plaintiff's Attorney.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
Issued by George F. Housewortb. clerk
of the district court within and for Cass
county, Nebraska, and to me directed, I w
Oa t etfc ay of Auflutt. A. D. 1901
at eleven o'clock a. m. of said dav. at tbe
south door of the court bouse In tbe city of
Plattsmoutn. In said county, sell at public
auction, to tbe highest bidder for cash, tbe
following real estate, to-wlt: Lots thirty to
thirty-eight, inclusive, in block three. Park
addition to the city of Weeping Water; lot
neven. In block nine. Carter's addition to the
slve. In block sixteen. Carter's addition ; lots
one ana two, tuocic sixteen, carter s addition:
lot one. In block eleven. Carter's addition ; lot
two. block eleven. Carter's addition ; lot three,
block eleven. Carter's addition; lot four, block
eleven, carter's addition ; lots one and two.
block ten. Carter's addition : lot three, block
one. carter s addition; lots one ana two. block
seven, carter's addition : all In Cass countv.
Nebraska, together with tbe privileges and
appurtenances tnerennto belonging or in any-
wise appertaining, i fie same oeing lev
upon and taken as the broDerty of John
Carter et aL. defendants, to satisfy a ludg
ment of said court recovered by the County
01 -, piainuii. against saia aerenqant.
Plattsmoutn. Nebraska. July 5. A. D. 1901
W. D. Wbrlim.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
j. u. root, fiaintin s Attorney.
jtCriknds of W. H. Heil, of Cedar
V Creek, are urging him to become
a candidate for the nomination for
county treasurer on the democratic
ticket, and his availability as a candi
date is being quite generally recog
nized by everyone who takes an inter
est in things political. That he would
be an excellent man for the place is
well known, having all the qualifica
tions necessary to make a first-class
official. He enjoys a wide acquaint
ance throughout the county, Is known
well and favorably as a successful far
mer and stock raiser, and his nomina
tion would mean his election undoubt
edly, besides adding strength to the
whole party ticKet. While in no
sense a politician, in the general ac
ceptance of the term, Mr. Ileil has at
ways taken an Interest in political
matters and Is a staunch democrat.
The writer has enjoyed his acquaint
ance for a number of years, and heart
ily commends him to the democrats of
Cass county as an excellent candidate
for the office of county treasurer, and
believes that a better man could not
be selected for that place on the
TTNeputy Labor Commissioner Wat
son has just completed a compil
ation of the value of farm lands in
Nebraska, based on the figures re
turned by tbe county assessors. Doug
las county heads the list, with a valu
ation of from t65 to 885 per acre for
the best tillable land, and Cass, Otoe,
Richardson and Nemaha rank next in
order, with a valuation of from $60 to
80 per acre. Cheyenne county ranks
lowest, with a valuation of 12.50 per
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received by the Committee on
Street. Alleys and Bridges of tbe city of
riattsmouin. eorasKa. ror tne ouiiaing ana
constructing of sidewalks, according to the
estimate of tbe city engineer, now on file Id
the office of the city clerk, up to noon of the!
22d day of July. A. I). !. alongand adjacent!
to toe following aescrioea property, to-wlt:
East side of Block No. L South Park addi
East end of Lots t and 3, Stadelmann's ad-
Lota 1. 1 and 3. Block 62. Plattsmouth citv.
Lots 34. 35, 30. 37. 38 and 30. Wise's addition
to tne city or nattsmouth. Neb.
The Committee reserves tbe right to reject
any ana iu mas.
ED FITZG ERA I.D
Chairman Committee on Streets, Alleys and
C. A. flARSHALL, D.D.S
DeataJ Rwwms, FKxgeraitf Sleek.
All Work First Class Guaranteed
Platts. 'Phones j"
W. B. ELSTER.
watersaa Black Nebraska
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
D. O. DWYER
Plattsmouth .... Nebraska
SPURLOCK & TIDD
Counsellors at Law.
DOVEY BLOCK - PLATTSMOUTH
-A.tt0raa.e3r at Xjarw
WETTENKAMP B'L'K PLATTS
Is fully equipped with new stock,
new bug gles, etc., and can furnish
the public with first class service.
Quick trips to all parts of county.
STABLE SIXTH & VINE STREETS
Every democrat in the county can
get new subscribers to the Journal if
Cut asks his neighbor about it.
to hear a howl from the trusts. A to be well pleased with his reception
little tip from these great combines to all along the line, and we regard him
the effect that the protective tariff as a pleasant gentleman to meet and
must be abolished, when it is no an energetic and hustling worker,
longer a protection to them, and you Saturday the junior ball nine of Ne-
will hear our republican friends howl haWka played wltn the juniors of
themselves hoarse for free trade this Tt. oc nn nf th0 nt
Schuyler Quill. davs. hilt, tho hnvs nlav with Vim
rf y f -J
and our home hrivs ramp nut, wlnnorc
Vir66nWOOQ 8001,6 12 to 10 McNurlln, the
featherweight, pitched for the locals,
From tbe News. and struck out flftppn
Sheriff Wheeler, of Plattsmouth, m . . . .
vmmn news Wtli luauc UJf SBV-
eral of our citizens that it would be a
good plan for
Call for Exquisito, 5c cigars.
Hammocks at Lehnhoff's, 50c up.
Dr. W. B. Elster, Dentist, Water
Buy your hammocks at Lehnhoff's
book store, 50c up.
Balky watches made to work by Mc
Elwain, the Jeweler.
Rlngling Brothers' circus wiil be in
Omaha on Friday, August Oth.
All first-class dealers sell the Exqui-
was in Greenwood Thursday, looking
aftpr nfftainl rmclnoce
w. ".-'. I itmH nlnr. V- .
i kuuu uiau i.i h 1'ii.v I'jumpii mnan
TheB. & M. flyer going east at 11 hn the 88.000 wr hnnnntnmn sito 5c cigar. H. Spies, manufacturer.
" w ucu iu that draw Six nor ivnt anH ro.lr.on J. F. Oonk. f Mvnnrrl. wns a wl
, l r tt I r - -
"U1W nirrywKiuiu, them for possibly four percent, it come caller at this office on Wednes-
aooub iwo mnes nortneast 01 ureen- khm,uh,omi i,. i
wuua, ourning aoout mree acres. bonds have rim the at.innLt.Mi numh..
Monday evening two men engaged of years and can now be paid off as
in a lively debate on the streets of I fast as the city can meet them. If
CI rPn IVf )Of1 tAH cwm rrAnr tviAPn I tVtan 1 S m
wihi. than rvi i ta j;.."."".. Z . r Meorge if. Lehnhoff's book store is
t;:;:"Z"y7tr tor all klndiior ham
finish thP dicniissinn Thv htpm a talrirT thom .u fflOHKS, I rom OUC Up
... ... v, iuviii ul, anil iui tiiab icoauh
little too noisy in their walk to the there would be no savins to the citv.
suburbs, and many followed, among If there should be one nald off each
them the constable. The battle came year, in eight years the citv would be
on, ana one 01 me men was soon free from debt,
draped in mourning, when the officer
. NO HUNTING .
ON THESE GROUNDS.
That's a sign you often see on country 'places, but
you will never see it on this store.
Robert Mauzy and Win. Leuchtweis
have put in a bowling allev at Shenan
called time and locked ud the com
batants, who had been imbibing too
much liquid inspiration. On Tuesday
they were brought before Justice Pos-
From the Leader-Echo.
Elmer Woodruff has decided not
ter, who fined them 86 and costs. One enter the race for county superintend-
of the men, Mike Redman, seemed to ent tuis fall, having been offered an
have gotten ibe hard end of the dis
I. N. Applegate, of Union, was a
I county seat visitor on Thursday, and
was a caller at this office.
Henry Wolf, Simon Gruber, David
L&Rue and S. McCain, of Union, were
Plattsmouth visitors last Saturday.
For Salk Two Jersey cows, will be
fresh in two weeks. Inquire of Nor
man Slocom, two miles south of My-nard.
We want, you to hunt f
Over the entire town, then come here and you will
Our Dru$ Ijpe i5 ore ?ompl
And our prices lower than can be found elsewhere.
cussion, and looked
his short walk.
much worse for
Whan vni 1 nrahuQ rmnH nnnliAl,.
jrowvu au ncoiucj. IbllUW Mil nnV.at TV1 ?.- TkTK .l 1
'r. s iKT cold .-cSiu-
luc icyuuuuiu nomi
nee for that office, ne is a stroncr man
From the Courier.
for the place and would be elected.
John Baird drove to Murdock Wed
nesaay morning, going from there to
A party of a half dozen young men
were about town yesterday, distribut
ing samples of health biscuits and
Tbe county commissioners are busy
Miss Lillian Shryock and Miss Helen Plattsmouth. having hn iio,i
Cox, of Plattsmouth, are Louisville witness in the Langhorst-Bornemier
The school board is up aeainst it. x dnht. county officers
They realize there must be more room will atrain r a inriiit ,0lt. QQvP.
provided before the fall term and they of deeds on th nmihiim t.iir.t. ,o Messrs. A. F. Boedeker and W. H.
have no money on hand with which to fall. If he is all the other candidates SohWker of Nehawka, were in town
build, and no authority to use it if may just as well throw up the sponge Wednesday and called at these head
they had. They have called a meet- rlebt now. as Mr. Hav ha m quarters.
ng or the people of the district at the ideal officer, and his re-elctirm hv a Parrv Tavlor. of Glenwimd. has hopn
To .Bleep Out Flies
this week checking up the books of put up those fine screeus of Cox's
lOr the Past SiX I that orlmit tha air nnrl OTnlnflft fhp.
pests. These summer door and win-
dow fixtures are good for several sea
sons and serva the purpose intended
beterthan anything else. It only
costs a nominal sum a door or window
Parmele hall on Tuesday evening, July large majority is an absolute certainty. ilWtalled as engineer at the electric to fortify your castle against the
6, at 8 o'clock to talk over a plan
furnishing the desired room.
and express yourself.
B. S. Hasemeier came in from
farm near Greenwood Friday morning.
Ben is one of the lucky ones who Is
holding his last year's corn crop, and
he tells us he has been offered 43 cents
for it, but will hold it for a half a dol-
fori JgmAC Pnharf .nn h. . jij.. I llffht DOWer hOUS. vlrP Wm Six era
.uva uuumhuu niu uc aouiUlQaw "r
for re-nomination for county clerk on resigned.
the republican ticket this fall. Jim We take especial care in repairing
nis nas made a good officer and has a great watches. Let us repair your watch.
enemy. JJon t lose
sleep to save a trifle.
many friends in western Cass.
J. W. Crabill,
We can please you.
The art stained glass windows for
the new Methodist church building
arrived yesterday, and will soon be
placed in position.
Henry Iluckins, publisher of the
Nebraska Blizzard, at Lincoln, was In
town on Tuesday, in the interest of
Crede Harris and Forest Cunniniz-
Little Fritz Wagner, the 13-year-old bam each sold a span of mules to Kan-
son of Fred Wagner, met with a very sas City parties this week.
painful accident Friday forenoon while Harvest has begun in earnest in this
plowing corn. The team he was driv- neighborhood, and h maii cr.in 1. ki. mi,ki. "
lJ SJT J.Jmlth.d Call nenin bave gone to Shenandoah, Iowa, for a
an Inch and a. half innn th...: mury vls,lors on Tuesday. visit with their grand-parents; Mr
of his nose. The little fellow came to ru?.er wil1 WOTk for i
town and Dr. Worthman dressed the L J, JaUer s tnreshjn machine
Two more spans of the old Platte
river bridge at South Bend tumbled
into the river Tuesday from decay, and
floated away. This was one of the first
and best bridges crossing the Platte in
Wm. Puis shelled orn on Wednes
day and delivered it to Zach Shrader.
and Mrs. G. Knapp.
When you want to enjoy a good
smoke call for the Exquisito 5c cigar.
None better. ITome made, union
made. All dealers sell them.
Cold stuff for warm weather. The
fine, clear blocks of ice you can get
Tlxe 22Zl3a.gr Of Oczaa.iTsrt3
during warm weather is the ice cream
freezer. It will turn the hottest day
into one of delicious coolness. . All
the delightful frozen dainties that
are so palatable during the summer,
as well as ice cream, can be frozen in
our freezer. We are selling them at
prices that will enable everyone who
wishes to enjoy ice cream at home.
TOIXZSr 32. cox,
sank ef damaty
Plattsmouth, Neb., July ic, 1901. from McMaken. the ice man
I 1 a . . . I . .
the state, and the fact that it isal- ooara met Puruant to adjournment, book, and save money on your ice bills.
lowed to go down in decay is a source 11 ..; . . Frank Faiman, the young man who
or much disappointment to many farm- c ,u"u'"l waims were auowea
ers who live in the vicinity and have th enera,1 fu,,d:
""- . " i tt j uujfUKCK 9 44 VI
J. W. Cox, salary and expenses 14.85
J- P- Falter, salary and expenses 34.C5
. .V p e,JO,ln9 i35 Fiorde Aya, Bed Axe, Acorns -ask
tmZr iS foroneofthesebrandswhenyouwa.it
z. s. Branson, nerving papers 1.75 a smoke, and learn for yourself that
city of Plattsmouth, bs siao the cigars of Ptak & Bajeck are equal
Lyman KUdow, work xoo toany.
John Waterman. lumber 96.90 , .
w. h. Rnoades, work n i mere is one store in .Plattsmouth
Wm. Schmidtmann, mdse 1.50 1 that makes you want to buy every-
crossed it almost daily for years going
to and from town. South Bend people
made an effort last winter to have the
legislature make an appropriation to
put it in repair, but failed, and now It
is more than Iikelv that it will ncvpr
Editor Wit he row, of the Platts
mouth Tribune, writes us that he is a
attempted suicide by shooting last
Saturday afternoon, has gone to the
home ot his brother at Lawrence,
Capital ------- $50,000.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Money to loan at current rates on approved security. Deposits received
on time certificates at the rate of 3 per cent per annum for six months, or
4 per cent for one year. Collections made and promptly remitted. Your
business,' whether large or small, solicited.
Charles C. Parmele, President, J. M. Patterson, Vice President.
T. M. Patterson, Cashier.
Aug. Bach, mdse to poor S1.0O
B. C. Marquardt, mdse to poor 6.00
8. P. Glrardet, mdse to poor 4.70
W. E. Palling, mdse to poor 10.00
Stander Bros., mdse to poor 10.00
John Kopla. mdse to poor S.00
J. M. Jeroushek, mdse to poor 10.00
r. H. Nichols, mdse to poor
C. M. Leach, mdse to poor
ROAD DISTRICT FUND,
fPHARLKY Graves' paper, the Union
w Ledger, was not up to its usual
standard of excellence last week al
or which causes us to believe that
while Charley keeps one eye on his
newspaper he has the other trained on
the county clerk's office.
Thk officers of the big steel combine
as well as those of the Amalga
mated association are realizing what
a disaster to all concerned the strike
which involves the great industry
really is. As a consequence an
effort is being made to settle the pend
ing trouble and there is every indica
tion of success. Ordinarily there
would be no hurry, as the works
generally Phut down for repairs at
this season and the men would prefer
a period of idleness after a long period
of intense activity. The country
is Interested in this matter and wel
come the snow of fairness on both
9Thk Omaha Bee says: Superintend
w ent O'Brien, of the state fish
pond, has been partially vindicated
and reinstated with the admonition
that he is expected to take better care
of his sea legs. If well-defined rumor
can be depended upon the state has
really no use for a fish commission,
since there are no fish to bite or breed
n tbe state fish pond.
Speaking of free trade, the time is
not far distant when the renuh-
icans will be ardent supporters of the
doctrine which has been preached by
democrats for decades. When foreign
countries begin to retaliate by putting
a heavy tariff on goods Imported Xrom
the United States, then we may expect I
candidate for sheriff; Editor Bahr, of Plattsmouth water cx. rents 44.66
the Weeping Water Advocate, that he
is in tbe race for county superintend
ent of schools; Editor Morrison, of
the Eagle Beacon, that he would like
to be register of deeds, and we have
been watching every mall for a letter
from Editor Graves, of the Union Led
ger, stating that he will accept the
nomination for county clerk. This is
move in the right direction, boys,
but there are a few offices leTt. What
the matter with Editor Clements, of
e Elmwood Leader-Echo, for county
commissioner. Editor Keithley, of
the Weeping Water Republican, for
county treasurer, and and. Well,
there doesn't seem to be offices enough
to go around, so Editor Farley and the
Courier man will flip pennies to see
who prints the commissioners proceedings.
thing they have It's that of the Sattler I
Furniture Co. the big store on Sixth
U. JS. Towl, former editor of the
Journal, was in town on Monday, and
made a business trip to Mynard and
10.09 Murray in me interests or the worid-
The republican county central com-
John Waterman, lumber 87.80 mlUee ,s called to meet in Weeping
D. B. Ebersoie. work iaro Water on Saturday, July 27th, to ar-
countv road fund. range for holding their primaries and
Austin Western Co.. mdse 256.S0 convention.
From the Republican.
Harry Evans has for the past week
been caring for Louis Foltz. Mr. Foltz'
condition does not seem to Improve,
athough he is said to be convalescent.
Last Friday J. M. Kilbourn was pros
trated by the heat, and was in a criti
cal condition for a time, but is now all
Miss Crissie Beed, of Eagle, was the
guest for several days of her friend
Miss Cora Cotner . She returned home
Union's saloon is hanging in the bal
ance until another hearing August 5.
Attorney Wolfenberger, of -Lincoln,
J. R. Sheely & Co., building bridges.... 1,425.00
Lots 1, 2, 3, block 1, Donelan's addi
tion, ordered foreclosed for taxes.
Board adjourned to meet August 6,
Nebraska Epwortn Assembly.
Thousand of Nebraska Methodists
look forward with keenest pleasure to
the annual sessions of the Epworth
assembly, at Lincoln Park, August 7
The location is ideal, and the pro
grams can always be depended on to
instruct and elevate.
This year's assembly will maintain
the high standard of previous years.
The program includes such lecturers
and entertainers as Eli Perkins, Col.
Bain, Mrs. Chant, Robert Mclntyre,
Fred Emerson Brooks, S. R. Stodard,
and Sam Jones.
Half rates to Lincoln via the Burl
ington Route, Aug. 6, 7, 8, 10, 14 and
15. Tickets good to return until Aug,
applicant for license. In the meantime
this is a very (dry" time.
John Whiteman was here Tuesday
between trains. He states that a farm
hand in the employ of Harry Todd,
south of Murray, was prostrated with
heat Saturday, and it was thought
at the time that he could not recover,
but be is now improving.
Will T. Richardson, of Mynard, was
Don't forget that Ptak & Bajeck are
manufacturers of several lines of fine
cigars, which have just been put upon
the market. Try them for a fine,
Attorney D. K. Barr, Banker N. H.
Meeker, John Axmaker and J. D.
Buckingham, of Greenwood, were in
town yesterday attending the sale of
the Tinkham farm.
Missed tbe train on account of
watch being out of order. No need
to carry a bad time-keeper when we
will guarantee to make a good one out
of it. J. W. Crabill, Union block.
The Tinkham farm near Greenwood
was sold at sheriff's sale by Deputy
John McBride on Thursday morning.
Frank Stander, of Louisville, was tbe
purchaser, and the consideration was
Hudecek & McElroy, tailors, over
Morgan's, desire to announce that tbey
have received their new fall samples
of suitings, etc., and that suits for
summer wear will be made up at a lib
eral discount from former prices. Call
samples and get
Messrs. John Hayes, of Red Oak, la.,
and a Mr. Eastman, of New Hamp
shire, representing the bondholders of
You're treated white,
With prices right, at
F. S. White's
Fresh Supply Staple
New Stock of
DRY GOODS and
"T2a.e Old. lace.
U D S'i
The Ideal 5 cent cigar.
Positively the best.
No first class retailer
should be without
'B U D 3
I ..Fred Krug Beer..
A DELICIOUS SUM
Fine Wines, Whiskies and
Best place in the city for
Fancy and Mixed Drinks.
C H. Thompson's
Weber Block, Main Street,
Drop in and get acquainted.
The Lusk, Wyo., Herald says: Gil
I I Tt.WI M . . , I VMiJkl
represents the remonstrants, while " - and look over their
Judge A. N. Sullivan represents the vei crates oi straw oer-
ii ca, uit wu nuamg. xie saia it was
so cold at the ranch Sunday that
Grandpa Hobbs had to toast his feet
in the stove oven, and the hired man
had to wear an overcoat and a pair of ine as ana eiecinc ngm pianis, were
mittens while picking strawberries. In town on Thursday of last week ror
Gil told it straight and looked serious, ine PurPose or jooKing over me prop
as if he were telllne the real truth ert to Inquire into the terms of
we city s contract.
The extremely hot weather on Sat-1 A fishing party composed of J. M.
urday caused a general lay-off among I Johns, R. O. Fellows, B. L. Kirkham
n town Saturday, on his way home the men as the B. Su M. shops. The and Charles Grimes went up near the
from a tour of the county. Mr. Rich I weather on that day was particularly I Platte river bridge on Monday after
ardson promises to be a strong candl- torrid, and the location of the shops noon, where they fished in the Platte
date before the republican convention In the valley, where scarcely any all night Monday and Tuesday fore
for county clerk, and this little trip I breeze could reach them, made the I noon. The catch is reported as eleven
was to size up the situation. He seems I heat unbearable. j at fish cf varied sizes, ix
Main Street. Plattsmouth. T
11 1CE1 ICE!
Same old "place.
Same old man.
Come to the office and get
your Ice Books at same,
McMAKEN & SON,
t Nebraska 72-73.
t Plattsmauth 72.
Union Block. 6th 1 Main Sts.
Ebinger Hardware Co.
421 Main Street
and ZEXa3rIaa.g: Tools
to 000 0C J
Sold by F 6. EuENBERGEk
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