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KCAJRRieOBT, nSTBBIJSiCA., THTJBSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1901. IS) O. 7
TitE L0CL nEIVS
Mr. F. W. Clark end her sister. Ift
Saturday night fur Hot Springs 8. I).
Word hen boon received that Bodarc
Post Office will be discontinued today.
Prof. Myers, who ia a clou observer
called at th PRgM-JoiWUL bead quart
ers on day last weak and was heard to
J lnre vary emphatically that toe floor
tuul been scrubbed, f or rear of losing
our standing .with tlie profession we da
sire to announce that tins is entirely a
John Anderson and Thoa. Bell shipped
a carload of cattle from Coffee's siding
last Sunday. - - - -.- j
Lucy Morevek waa taken quite sick
b...mIu and waa contlned to tier bad for
a law day but ia now much improved
ft. Crawford had a narrow escape from
a falling tree faat week. He bad been
riding in hi hayrack and had juat dis
mounted when a large tree fell, lighting
in the unit spot where he had been.
The rack waa quite badly wrecked and
Mr. Crawford indulged in a few reflect
ion on "whs might have been".
O .O. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says: I waa
troubled with constipation until 1 bought
DsWitl'e Little Early Riser Since then
liavahsea entirely cured of my oW com
i ra-iuuiiiil theiu. J. K.
E. J. Wright returned Thuraday night
from Douelaa and now working at
Dickmann and Lacy's Livery barn.
After a considerable legal discussion
John Herman waa releaaed atChadroo on
a $.100 bond to appear Aug. 22 for trial-
Mr, la. Rohwsr returned Tuesday froie
Andrews where she .ias been visiting Iter
aiaUr Mrs. Chriatensen.
Mrs. Jameson and Mis Mabel Dargan
'..ia. nriwd Fridar and visited a
VI V.IMW 1
few days at the home of the Bourrrt a.
If the action of your bowela ia not aaay
ai'al regular serious complication must
w- th- (innl mult DeWltte ttle
be the Umil
Safe, pleasant and "ffectiva.
will remove tbia daoger,
J. E. Phin-
Uoedav evening. Mia Zimmermao of
R.larc left for South Dakota wliere ahe
wiilviait for awhile before abe enUra
The daaee on Frida night waa pro
' .mii a deckled aucceea. Kreryoor
- wafl pleated with the mime and njoyed
drat cbue time. . h
Mm. Haya. wife of editor lUyaof the
rvr Derrick wa-i a oj on iiw
a u iLrltnpn train
WV f.-- -
waa returning home after a viait
INSTITUTE NOTES , ANDREWS HAPPENINGS,
Mrs. a H. Allport, Johnatown, Pa.
aaya'Our little girl almoat strangled to
ieatli with croup. The doctors aaid ahe
ooulden't live but ahe waa luatantly re
lieved by One Minute Cough Cure. J.
Principal L. M. Oberkotter, of Chadron
Academy came up from Chadron Friday
morning and spent a couple of days in
the city io Ute interests of the Academy.
Thin 18 a very deserving inatitution and
should have a number of student from
Geo. L. Towne, editor of The Nebraaka
Teacher, published at Liucoln, waa in
Harrison between trains lust Friday.
After visiting the Inatitute, he waa taken
for a drive up aome of our beautiful
suiyona, by the Purviance Broa. and tlie
PtUEaft-JotltNaJ. luao. Hia enthusiastic
praiae of the scenery waa unbounded.
The Pbew Journal man grew deapcr-
ate last week and had the uacx yarn
leaned Up to the me'of going to preaa
there baa been no fataUlitie aa tlie
milt of tlie rasli act although the town
cows have ceased to atop on their way up
the alley. Probably it ia because thev
did not recognise the place.
Mrs. Holly and bar children left Mon
day- night for Stuart where they will
mates their future home. lira. Holly
hae purchased fxatillanery stock at that
place. Har ttiany friends ia Harrison
w4il joTa with ; the Puisw Jouau lu
wishing her the beet of success ia he
new hoRM and. will congratulaU the
citiiens of Stuart in obtaining a worthy
Jamea White, Bryanuville, Ind., say
PeWitf Wikh Hasal Salve healed run
Blng sores on both leg - M had sulTereU
years. Doctors failed to Iwlp him.
(Jet DeWiUs. Accept uo Imitations. J.
E. Phinney. .,."
In cases of couith or crouo give the
little one Una Minute Cough Cure. Theu
reateaav and liave no fear. The child
ill be all right io a little while. It
never fails. Pleasant to take, always
safe, sure and almoat instantaneous in
effect. J. E. Phinney.
Geo. Williams is on the sick list.
Examinations Thuraday afternoon,
Friday and Saturday.
Three hive registered since our last
issue, Mra Mason, Miss Raines and Miss
Mr. Fisher, of Chadron, and well
known here on account of his musical
ability and bis arneal work in the inter
vals of tlie Sunday Srhool led the singing
Monday morning and again at noon and
then In place of Didactics at four he led
the teachers in a apieited half hour's sing,
from Uncle Sam's Song book. Be v. Rice
of Carey presided at the organ for this
Two parties of the teachers and in-
structerx went out to the bud lands Sun
day afternoon and enjoyed themselves
hugely, and though it is rumored that
that a chaperon was needed with one of
Ute parties, and that search was made
by some of tlie members of that party
hoping to Hod a straggler from Ute party
farther down the valley, none was found
while tlie members of tlie latter party
claimed to have sighted the waudrers
and to have signalled f a icully to th m
without avail. So many connections
leaves tlie whole matter in doubt and
new trial will likely be grunted.
Prof. Oberkotter of the Chadron Acad
emy was present and conducted the de-
yoliual execiaes Monday morning. He
spoke of the immensity of the solar
system and of tlie fact that tome of the
stars are so very dittunt from the earth
that it Ukes many years for their light
to get to the earth. '
R. U. Pollock of Lincoln and Field
Secretary for the Sunday Schools of this
state was also preseut at the opening ex
erci see Monday and he also spoke briefly
to the teachers ou the importance of
their work and compared past with pres-
.1 conditions io school work.
Prof. Hyde spoke on the subject of
mensurntiou Tueaday at four o'clock
Monday evening at Ute church lie talked
Ui tlie teachers and patrons preseut on
tlie products etc, of tlte U. 8.
Tuesday evening Prof. Purvianc spoke
on tlie "Miasou of llie readier ' lu a very
pleasing and interesting manner.
Edwin Outline met with a slight -ac
ctdent and was (oread to be absent from
ius clsssss Tuesday.
Miss FUaa-arald visited the claaaes in
the Institute Monday.
The rhysica and itotany claaees are en
joying their experiment studies. Beaisg
S believing Willi them.
Frank Currie( aod Jae. Owen w.
naasasiKere on the wast bound Elkhoro
train Friday and stoppsd over in Harris
on in the interests of their respective
commission nrms of South Omaha.
I)o you need a new suit far the Bo T If
ao consult your beat intereaU by calling
at Bartell'a, Another invoice jnst re
ceived and will be sold Right. Come and
mmm. Yours forbusineus. J. H. Bartell.
A. Fisher, and Geo. Palmer of Chadron
arrived in Harriaon Friday. Ms. Fiaher
assisted in the Sunday School services at
the Metliodiel churuh Sunday morning
and Mr. Palmer was a guest of u. "
Ernest Buoas. foreman of one of Mrs.
Liscie Coffe's randies was a plansaat
Milar at the PgfjsWot WAl head quart
ers and owing to the lac that Saturday
wsa the day his subscription expired, he
left a dollar for aootlier yaw of it.
Tlie Press Jot' al recicved this wei-k
the first copy of the Fremont l-ounty
News, of St. Anthony Idaho, under the
management of Geo. JJr Canon. Among
other thimrs of interest to Sioux County
citizens is the announcement of the ar
rival of a 0 lb. ty at the horn of Mr.
Canon. Judging from the appearance of
the paper, Mr. Canon will start out with
. t . ...in l . r...
a ntronuge wiiicii win oe a j'v
A Rich Field
Mrs. Eggert Rohwer, of Harriaon,
spent Sunday and Monday in Andrews,
the guest of tier sister, Mrs. Chris Chriat-ensen.
Road master Hashourg stopped over at
Andrews, Wednesday, and superntended
the erection of a new switch stand at. tlie
east end of the yards.
Mra. Baasett, accompanied by Mra. i
Weir, the sweet singer of Ihadron, left
for Um &t Saturday srsning. These
ladies are engaged in religious and
Mrs. Chris Christensen, accompanied
by her little daughters Clara and Mable
visited with relatives in Harrison Friday
Miases Clara Christ enaen and Julia Mad.
sen will be weekly visitors to Harrison
hereafter where they are to receive
musical instruction at the hands of Mra.
Uuthrie. They are bright little girls
and will prove exceedingly apt pupils.
Miss Mary MiUsen, who is employed aa
domestic at the home of Mrs. J. 11.
Cook, fifteen miles south was a Sunday
isitor to her parentH here.
Gen. Hill, acknowleegea to be the
most expert "Broncho buster" in North
west Nebraska, and whose friends would
have sworn was invinceable, was thrown
three times in one day. recently, by the
same animal, it was a kiud of a new
cork screw "buck", a la Fitzsinimons
that did the business for George.
The discriminating powers of some
people are ao diminutive that they are
unable to discern tlie difference between
a truthful news item and an untruthful
one. This remark is occasioned by the
Doubtieg Ttiomaaes" who insinuate
that Free Lance's snake story was a
Local happenings are few and far be
tween this week, but the write baa
lassoed everything that had the slightest
semblance of news.
BOD ARC OLE A NING8.
Crowded out last week.
Irven Zimmerman dime home from
old Woman creek last week to help his
father put up liay. His brother Cleve
has gone to look after the cattle during
Irvens absense and will have a chance to
learn how lovely the life of a bachelor
A good shower visited this locality
last Friday afternoon aud evening which
brightened up tlie gardens somewhat
but did not materially beuefit the water
supply. A good heavy rain is needed.
Garden produce is rather backward
this year. Matt Hall seems to be ahead
of us all as he picked his first sweet corn
July 31st. Now Ziekel we expect to
hear you crow.
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United States
Fire Insurance written ia rellabW
(JfLegal papers carefully drawn.
Hakkboh. - Nkmumu.
M. J. O'CoMMll, to. Atteraey,
Will Practice U AH Court.
Special Attoittoa Given to Land Of
Colleetiwu and all business entrust-
Hon. C. F. Coffee accompanied by a ledteasewlU receive prawapt atteatloa.
sruiitlemao from Texas was visiting the
several ranches last week. He returned
to Chadron last Saturday.
Mrs. Lizzie Coffee and children are
visitini! at the old home ranch, now in
cliarge of Earneat Bunge.
E. W. Upfinger was over from Runn
ing Water Sunday and made a few calls
in the Valley.
Joseph Montgomery after vainly try
ing to get someone to put up his hay to
his satisfaction has attempted to put it
up himself without help and is meeting
with the usual luck of haymakers. A
tipid over wagon and a broken wheel
caused him a trip to town ou Tueaday.
We believe the but wave is at last
brokeu here. There is a marked ctuttige
Habrihon - Nkbhaxka.
J, E. PHINNEY. M. D.
Phykrlaa and Margeoei
411 calls given prompt attention.
Office in Oruf Store.
Lumber, IlarnesM, Saddles
Grain and Feed, Doom
and Windows. Heavy Hart ware.
M. A. C.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued by the
clerk of the district courl oux County
UBbraeka. and to uw directed, u'pett decree
is the days, and the nights are delight- rendered, in said court In favor of the"aia-
ty of SIout. as plalntiu ana aaamati K,n-
ton Met, Mrs. UHuton Mets bu wtfe wnose
true Christian name is uuHikiwb to plain Ua.
Marie C. DorrliiKton.
i -in on thtlidayof AugsstlMI, atone
Sheriff Saie. o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at las
o ,,,(,1 front door of the court House Of aaM
By virtue of an enltr of sale Issued by the 4!O0Btyl t Harrison, Mebraska, sell at ab-
clerk of the disttrict Court of Sioux tiemntv. ,lc aIlction to the highest bidder for sash In
Nebrs.ks. and lo ui UnecUd, upen a de- hn(lj tb. following descrlbea real estate "
cree rendered by said Court In favor of the ,1,1,1 in aald county, to-WIt:
County of Sioux as plaintiff and against Tje KortD eMt quarter of section twsaty
IheoUoreMcaer, as defendant. , 1,, townshln tliirty tUes north Of aenge
I win on iiie wnn my ui ufjy.tureo wet of th principal uieriaisa.
o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the ' arder uf sale ia the ansa at
i. ... rioiisrs. seventy-flve cente and
Principal Oberkotter of Clmdroo Acad
emy left Tuesay for Douglas on the
lookout for more students. Tlie Misses
Anna Millar, Maggie Hunter, ami Lilly
Zi merman of Bodarc, tb Misses Mabel
Thaver and May Lewis, of Harrison, and
Miss Iva Spsase or Carey; will attend
rrom Sioux County at ' Cliadron
Academy.' Other are thinking of goi ng
but these named above are practicUly
sure to go. This is a lirst class prepar
atory school and should recieve a large
. . . 01 r-....
number of students irom anoua vvuv
Mr. Peterson, who has been fa this Io
cality all ssvou collecting specimens for
the Carnegie Museum of Pittsburg: Pa.
was in the city Satuiday and again Mon
day. They luvve moved their camp to
the locality of Sugar Loaf. Mr. Peterson
when interviewed by a PlflfrsvJouKNAL
representative expressed himself well
satisfied with the seasons work. He has
spent 13 years in the work having been
twice to South America io tlint time
and his experience has been that it was a
good season's work for a whole party to
get one complete skeleton of an animal
which has lived in former ages and
whose bones have petrified. This s.ason
Mr. Peterson and his orother have col
lected 4 or 3 complete and almost perfect
skeletons of these animals which lived
It rains do the jusk aad unjust but it
doesn't huil on everybody Just alike. ,
This secatoa of tlie country was visited
by a severe baP storm bsat Friday waseh
damaged crop coowderabls. U was a
veritable deluge. It is said the bail drift
ed in the canyons io places 9 ft. deep
The water came down the creek with a
mighty rush taking out bridges and de
stroying gardens. Cottonwood . was
never knowu to be so high before. -
The father, mother and sister of Geo.
Davis arrived from Um eastern part of
the state, last week. They expect to
slay some time for tlie benefit of their
son who came two weeks ago( he is very
csst front door of the court bouse of said
i i-onnly, at Harrison, Nebraaka, sell at pub
i lie auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand the following described real estate slt
ated in said conn tv, to-a it :
Th sooth west quarter of section thirty
in tvwusnle thirty Ove north, of range fifty
three, west of the tth piiuclpal meridian in
sabjaot to right of av of 109 feet across
eatd lead ef Great 1 stead seat Wyeinleg Geo.
trat Rail way oontpsny.
To satisfy said frier ef ealeta the sum of
forty sveaollar and eighty ire reuse aud
eot and aoerulng cost. '.
Dated JalyMth, Iiei.
' Aux Vownr,
Thlrty-twe dollar, seventy-nve 1
costs and accruing costa.
Dated Jnly the 1M, WW.
ErupUona cuts, burna. scalds and sores
of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitfs
unt, h Hisel fttlve. C-wUln core for
Ml. Dewareof oounterfeiU Be sure
- tKsm arillln.l -IJef VT IVV
JU ev " --r
J. Uver, whom all Uie stockmen 00
tiw. Klkhura irsteoi know to ben royal
awai fellow, was in tlie city the last of
tbe week tod while bare left two plunks
ilk the PaatsvJotmNAl. in pnjrneot lor
ti.. vaas and the Insertion Of
bis brand advertisement.
If yon want to eee a wagon which la a
beauty and which in at the same Urns
atrooK enough for all kinds of service,
ti a look at the Mitchell mountain
um. which stands in front of L.
fslaeh's store and which was ordered
for Joe Staohoey.
Two excursions to ths Badlands Satur-
day was the occasion ot consioeraoie
enjoyment to parties concernca. xne
first party was composed of me rurvi-
ance Brothers, Prof. Obsrkolter, rroi.
Hyde, Prof. Myers, Hsury Moravek. and
the Paw-JounVAL man. They ransack
ed tlie Badlands and carried away Sci
mans of various sizes and descriptions.
Tlie other party was com posed of school
teachers in attendande at the institute
It is a glorious outing and worth coming
many miles to participate In.
Don't be saUsHed with temporary
lief from ingestion. Kodol Uyisjepek
Cure psrroaneotlT relief and completely
e noves this com plaint. It relieves per
maoeotly because it allows the tired
stomach perfect rest. Meting won't
rest the stomach. Nature recievee sup
plies from the food we eat. Tbe sensible
way to help the stomach Is to use Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure, which digests what yeu
eat and can't help but do you goon
A Disastrous Hailstorm
Friday a hailstorm which did great
damage pasied to tlie North West and
North Eust of Harrison doing consider
able damage to tlie corn and range in
places. Co, Clerk Raum visited at
borne Sunduv and reports the damage
done there as considerable. John Miller
waa raking hay and bis team became
frightened and ran throwing him in
front of the rake teeth. He would have
undoubtedly been killed If the Uam had
not ran over a shock of bay and thus
dumping the rake ard letting him out.
He was considerably battereb up by hail
On Cottonwood the hail was accompani
ed by heavy rains and this caused all ths
bridges to be swept away. The corn in
tliet section was completely destroyed
uch unproved in liealth being able to
ide to Crawford and back, ou Friday.
Abe Greenwood was home and made
short visit with his family. He then
returned to his work in Wyoming.
Mrs. D. A. Pubelow isassistingMrs. R.
Z. Stuart witli her work at present.
Chits, Saxton and family were visiting
n this locality on Sunday.
L. C. HofT is able to be about again.
A. rrocumer is building himself a
very convenient peddlers wagon, now I
suppose we will see a fine assortment of
Proverb :-Happy is the man who had
his grain harvested and stacked before
Notice For Presentation Of Claims
lMTHBOOlTXTfOOURT W SIOUX CUtfN
in tbe matter of tbe estate of Fred J,
Notice I given to all persons as vine el alms
or demands against ('red J. J. Wilt, late of
Moss Oonety, deceased, that the lime fixed
lor filing elalms. sgalast sale estate Is six
months fresa tbe (Ui dsy ef August IsM, all
persons having each elaisaes are reqalred to
present tbe ansae with the voeJoberi there
for, te the Oewuiy Judge of said Osttnty. at
his esses thscelu ea or balers the tth dsy ef
rsbrusry not, and elalssee so filed will
heard en the first Monday la September 101
and thereafter on ths first day of each re-
galar term of aaM eonrt daring the time
limited for fill eg el aims as ef oresald.
Jess H. RerUII,
Exceedingly Imw Rate Kxcur
atone to Mlnneeoia.
Datf Sale: August 1 to 10, inclu
sive. Bote: To St. Paul-Mrsosapolis Irani
Omaha, f9.86; from Council Bluffs,-
ftt.35; from Lincoln, 111.10; from Super
or, $13.90; from Hastings, $18.06; from
Long Pine, $U.. with proporttonate ,
rates from Intermediate point.
To Duluth, $4.00 higher than to St.
Traiuit Limit: Continuous passage
in each direction.
FwoILtwif: October 81st
This is the lowest rate ever .
Hy virtus ot an order of sale issued by tbe
clerk of the District Court ot Sioax County,
Nebraska, aud to me directed, upon a decree
rendered in sold court la favor of tbe coun
ty of Sioux as plaintiff and against Newnisn
C. llutcbiuga, Mrs. Newman U. Hatchings,
christian name unknown, to plaintiff. West
ern Kami Mortgage Company, a corporation,
aud J. l Brown, assignee Western Farm wit 0Dir limit ticket to
Mortgage Company and trustee, as defen- hinj. --j hunting resorts of Minnesota
dent. I . . . ' th. Nnrth.Waatara
1 willon tbe lth day of Aagnst 1901. at one ask any -o " - -
. .. . . ..1. . in bmt cud I lc
o'cleck in me uternoon 01 saia uay, av vne 1 ior lurviw y
east front door of the court bouse of said I
county, at Harrison, Nebraaka, sell at pub.
Uo aaetlon to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, the followliigdesoribed real estate
situated in said county, to-wit:
The south half of the north-west quarter,
and the west half of the south-west quarter
of section thirty three in township thirty
Snow Stormn In August
Are unusual but not unknown in YeHow
That shows you how cool it ia It
.w horrtlv be otherwise; .8,000 feet
To satisfy said order or isle in tne sum 01
seventy five Dollars snd five cents and
costs and accrolng cost.
Dated July 24th. 1901,
Thro' Yellowstone Park
A personally conducted
party leaves Omaha, Tuesday, Aug. 80,
for a 10-daya' trip to and through Yellow
Tlie cost will be less than $100. That
amount covers every expense of the
trip railroad fare, sleepers both ways,
meals en route, hotels and stage through
Booklet giving full information mail
ed on request.
General Passenger Agent,
71 Omaha, Nebr.
two, north of rang fifty-three west of sixth above tne level of the sea and OoeapM-
Iv surrounded by snow capped peas,
Yellowstone Park is as cool as cool can
An equaled opportunity oljvisitiog Hia
offered by the Burlington's personally
conducted Yellowstone Park excursion.
HhorlfTs Hale. whJch JkTel! Omaha, Tuesday, Aug. XO.
Dy virtue of sn order of sale Issued bv the Only nine days for tlie trip W1 no
at one o'clock Id the afternoon of said day wi. Th, expense hi lees than f 1W lor
,. clerk of tbe ULtriet Court of Sloas County, n , .
excursion I him..., nnon a doer oTerytmng. ... .
l. :Z: r"M -r , . Write for booklet containing iMssnMj
rviiuis. w 1.. . - -
ty of Hlouxaa plaintiff and aajaluat Br. M li
ner, Mrs. Kr. Mllner, his wile wnose true
Chrlstlsn name 1 unknown to piaiutin.
Western rarm Mortgage Company, Nancy
A. Plumb and J. Lewi Browne,
Western farm MoYtgage Company.
I wilt on tbe 2ttb day of August 1901,
at tbe east front door of tbe court bouse of I
saMrouniy, t narnson. i-.r "I , . ,irji r..,... Cuss.
public auction to tbohlghest bidder for casn commenceutaKiuu:" w"-i
ml full information.
General Passenger Agent,
lij.j vnwa, ew.
P T. Thomas. Sumpterville, Ala, "I
was sufferering from dyspepsia when 1
Close application in childhood, and
cassises parents, uave piaceo giaeeea up
on the noses of many people for life. It
not pleasant to contemplate going
through life ornamented by glass, but
It is Iota better than going blind". Call
on Dm, Seymour V Williams, and have
your eyes properly fitted. 7-1
in hand, the following deaerlbad real estate r tnak several bottles and Can digest any
thing." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is Tm
only preperation containing all tan nau
ural digestive fluMa It gi"- k
stomachs entire rest, restoring their
ural oooitidoB. J. E. Phinney.
situated la sstd county, to wit:
Ths north-east qosrter of section ten in
township thirty-tour north of range fifty,
four west (th nrinoipsl meridian.
To satisfy said order of ml in the sum of
Seventy dollars snd sixty eents and cost
and scorning costs.
Drs. Semour A Williams, eye special
ist, in Chadron Sept. 118 at the Blain
Fersous oaten putting a visit to the
Buffalo eipoeriloa will lad the Lake L. Gerlach oommenced to neve bis
Trip most deeirabU. Dr. Semour advises family into their new reekUuce property,
us that It le aaallgtitfully oooi journey, yesterday. Tbsy will be very oomfort
LaMving uuiutn on luesoay night one ably there.
can reaeh Buffalo Saturday morning.
Tan American yoata to seldom toM
taat to perform the ooauaoa duties of
lite to to Msoeaed. eaye a write la Suc
cess. Boeaeaow r ether tan verd, "im
oaaa." to nearly alwayi linked vltlh
fame or with the) attainment of greek
rioaee, whee It anpltan, juat M readily
to the avan wae rtoea la a ntodetste
la the etty aaa ia eouatry. rne
Duluth In itself is a very interesting city
aed the harbor there Is one of the best
that United 9tle affords, 71
Miss Maria Kendrlcks of Msrsland has
been hired for tbe Grammar room of tbe
puWIc sdieols. It Is not delnite yel
to Oat aaeat at
to be rteh. The
e tato eontrr to aot
itemalrea. but ejaoag tat
to, waa aw laateai at no wear stton,
ateevrally, wllUaaty, at waa at taty
l eaa never
sjaaag the rail
who the other teacher will be.
kaow hew, ant taea aaat mu
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