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THE KED CLOUD CHIEF, ElilDAY, JAN. 8, 1897.
LIVER AND KIDNEY BALM X
h the remedy you need, of equal service in mild or chronic
cases. It relieves promptly and works a permanent cure.
tan li avsnvwMirit t tt.oo k aom P
THE DR. J. H. MoLEAN MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo. jf
Mind this. It makes no
of tho MubcIcs, Joints, and Bones is cured by
mi hi mm inn inn mm mini
Hlntc of Nctiriitkn .
Webster dimity f"
In tlie County Court of tlio said County of
In the innttcr of tlio cntnto of Jnincs Eves, de
ceased. Now on the M dayof Novcmlicr, 18W1, cams
1, II. Cnlvlii, administrator of Mild cntnto mid
firaj-n for lem o to render n Html report as ftilmln
Mratorof fold potato and tliat said rciortie
supplemented anil amendatory to tlio report
Iierotoforu tiled In tlio County Court of raid
county on llioustli day of Octohcr, IWff, and to
bo dlnclmrgi'd from bin trust a administrator of
It I therefore, nrdon-il that tho SOth dayof
December, 1KM). at 10 o'clock a. in., at my otllco
In Itcd Cluud, be ilxcd as tho llino and placo for
examining aud allowing such report. And the
heirs of said deceased and all persons Interested
In .aid entitle, aru required to appear at the lime
and plnco no designated, nml show calico, If
such exists, why mid report should not bo al
lowed. Umks Ihrrrv,
Notice la hereby ghen that under and by vlr
tno of an order of salo Issued from thoofllcoof
James llurdcu clerk of tho District Court of tho
Tenth .ludlrlal District, within nud for Web
slcrcotiuty,Ncbraaka, upon adccreoluanactloii
! lending therein, wherein (Jcorgo P. Lewis la
'lalntllf and against Douglas J. Myers, Mnud
Myers, Jcrlorsoii (I. Mycra, and Mra. Mycrti.
whoio real tlrat name U unknown defendants, 1
hall offer for unto at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder for cash In hand at tho cant
donr of tho court house, at Hod Cloud, Neb
raska, (that being the building wherein the
last term of .aid court win holden) on tho
4th dayof January, A. O. 1B97, nt one o'clock
p.m. of nald day, tlio following property, towlt:
Leti one (I.) two (3.) throo (3,) four (4,) and
Ato (B.) In block number twenty two (Zl) In
Hmlth and Moore addition to tho city of Hcd
Given under my hand this 3d day of Decem
ber, A. D. J8W.
J. W. ItuNciisr, Sheriff.
lank MoNrmt, Plain tiff 'a Attornoy.
Thli aalo Ii continued for want of bidden
until February 13U), 1R07. at one o'clock p.m.
Iten under my hand thli 7th day of January.
A. D. 1899.
J. W. Ruhciict, Sheriff.
Notlco Ii hereby given that under and by virtue
f an order of salo Issued from tlio offlco of Jai.
Burden. Clerk of the Dlitrlct Court of the Tenth
Judicial District, within and for Webster nauntT.
Nebraska, upon a decree In an action pending
therein, wherein Union Trust Company of New
York, Trustee Ii plalntltT, and again.! Leander
J. Lockrldgo nud Kinina N. Lockrldgo
defendant., I .hall otrer for aalo at public vendue
to the highest bidder for ca.h In hand, at tho cut
ooroiino conn nouse, at lieu Cloud. In said
Webster county, Nebra.ka, (that being tho
building wherein tho la.t term of .aid court
wai noiuoii) on tno -tin day of January, A. D.
1K07, at ono o'clock p. m. of .aid day, tho follow
lnc described nronorlv. towlt:
Southeast quarter of section thirty-two (SJ,t
township one (1.) north of rangu ten (lo.) went
f the (Itli I'. M. In Webster county. Nebraska.
. uivcn miner my nand tins 3d day of Decern
bcr, A. D. 1890.
... J. W. HnNcur.r,fahcrlir.
J. S. (Iimiam, Haliilllf a Attorney.
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
, III the IMstrlu Court of tlio Toiiili Judicial
jiisirtct in aud rr Webster county, Nebraikn.
jijiniin iiiiifiru in-muni, i
William 8. Oarber, Wine,
fa'dt Oarlicr hi. wife, N,
H. Uarwoed whoso full
llrtt name Ih unknown,
and Ucrnard McNenr,
William Sew.nl ll.rtmr nlmvn linmoil im l
fendant will take notice that on the 10th day ef
Nevember. 1800. 1 filed my petition In the above
entitled court agaln.t him Impleaded with
other defendant, the object and prayer of
which are for the aottlng aalde of certain
traiufer ef tho follewlng real e.tate, towlt:
Let number .even (T.) In aectlon number nine
(D,)ln town.hlp eue(l.) in range eleven Ml,)
we.tof Uie .lith principal meridian in Web'
.ter ceunty, Nehra.ka. ai.de by Wluefrede
Garner to Bernard McHeny en the S8th day of
Augiut, 1890. and the aubjectlon of .aid real
property to .ale under execution t.aucd out of
aid court agaln.t your property on a Judgment
in my favor agalu.tyeu rendered In ld court
at tho SejitciiiDer, 1HM, term thereof; and fur
ther praying that the following property to wit:
101 iwomy-eue (21.) in block thirty-one (SI,) of
.. .-. ..J-W..V m.. II, UIVVI billlkJ'UllO
the erlglnal town now city of Itod Clou
ra.ka. be declared te bo your property a
your property aud that
w. a. uarwoou in wnom the title now .taudaof
record be decreed to have nu Interval therein
nd that name may be .objected to aalo under
aid execution above dc.crlbcd. You aru ro
quired to an.wer .aid potltlon on or before the
SHI day of December, isuo, or the .amewlllbe
taken an true aud decree rendered accordingly.
Hti.inii Dii.lahii Biuroiiii,
Case & MqNitt, ATTonNEYa.
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
Intbo Dl.trlct Court of the Tenth Jn,llelI l)
utt nun tui ,v Du,r vuuuir. eurn.ia
I'eoplea Uulldlug LoauA
Frank Malre, Bertha
Malre and John Doe
wIioko real name la un
known to plaintiff,
The above named Prank Main, ami llnnd
Malre will take notice that on tho KM
day of November. 1H0S. nlalnlirf filed hi. i-u
tlon In tho ntoe entitled court Impleaded with
other defendant, tho object and prayer of which
are ror tno rorecio.ure or a certain mortgago
deed given by them to plaintiff on the 2d day of
jnnj. invi, uu mu luuowillg real pi
Lota, six. seven, eight ulna and
i ten, In
one, of Moray's addition to the town of Blue
1IIII, Nebra.ka, to cecure the naymentof accr
iitii, iiunu vAvvHicu mm ueiiverea
Maira to plaintiff on the same daj
on account of
Which there Is HOW dUO from milt Prank Main,
to this plaintiff the sum of Km.W). Said mortgage
was recorded on May 8, IS91, In book 'J. of mort
gage records of nald county at page US thereof.
Bald petition prays for the foreclosure of all In
terest or said Fraluk Malre and llcrlha Malre In
or to said premise., that same may be sold and
proceeds applied to satisfaction of plaintiffs
claim and for all proper relief. You aru required
to answer said petition on or boforo the 11th day
of January, or the alienation, thereof will 1k
taken as true and decree rendered accordingly,
I'koi-lks IluiMiimi Loan a
, ... Bavinu Association.
Casb ii McNitt. Attorneys.
CASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS an COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Speoial attention to Commercial and
MU OLOUD, NKBRASKA. ,
LIVER and KIDNEY
by Backache, Rheumatism,
Loss of Appetite, Foul
Tongue and Weakness
Hereafter wriln It 187.
Quito a blizzard arrived Saturday
There hut been lots of HiuKaess in
these parts, but nil are reported better
at this writing.
Mr. Barrett's daughters, of Htd
Oloud spent New Years with their
Mr. TJitmias Kyan lias benight several
hundred bushels of corn ut tan cants
S Iloaten is buying aud feuding a
great deal of corn.
Miai Kmtna liliefuiuk of Illinois, ii
visiting hot' aunt, Mrs. Chas. Stf ffeu.
C. O. Weaver wont to Lebanon
Tuesday. His father near Lebanon
has lost several horses from being In
Disttict No. 00 is having a vacation.
Miss Leana Stouur Is on tho sick list.
Wo sympathizo with Mr. nud Mrs.
Sapp over tko loss of their littlo ona.
May they lovk ia Him who is able to
comfort them in their lsnoly sorrowful
Again tho death angel has coma to
our midst and taken from the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Happ, Little Eulah,
aged 4 years, 9 months and 10 days, af
diphtheria. On last Thursday at 11
o'clock, her spirit soared to the heights
of glory. The sadness of the event
cannot bo expressed, as she was a
bright and winsome child, and tho eld
est child of her parents, but we feel
that what is our loss is His oternal
gain. May God's comfort abide with
the bereaved ones.
There', a pair af littlo handi,
Laid to reat forever more J
Theae twopoarly dimpled checki.
Wlioao rich bloiaonilng la o'er;
Death ha. cloied two little cyca,
That will no moro amlle or weep;
Tiny windows of tho'aoul,
Littlo Kiiluh's gone to sleep.
Tbero'a nuother bud removed,
lire It felt tho blight of .In,
Through the door, tho angels made;
Littlo Eulah linn passed In;
l'ar beyond the azure skies,
Where the tiny atnreyea pcop;
From all oarth'a sad doubts and fears,
Little Eulah has gono to sleep
The dainty garments wrought with care.
Through happy hours for leve'a sake;
Are laid away for one moro fair,
Tkaa mothors bauds can make.
How could we bear this heavy cross,
The loneliness, the cruel pain;
Did we not know our earthly lost,
Is her eternal gain.
he will wake In fairer lands,
Where the angels' voices sing;
There the floweret shall expand.
There shall love's perfection bring.
k)he has reached the golden shore.
Through the river cold and deep,
Angela bore her safely there,
Little Kulah's gone to sleep.
Exposure to Disease.
Does not necessarily mean tho con
traction of disoaso provided the sys
tem is in a vigorous condition, with the
blood pure and all the organs ia
neaituy actiou. wiien in such a con
dition contagion is readily resisted and
tho disease germs can find ao lodg
ment. Hood's Satsapaiilla is tho
best medicino to build up the system
because it makes pure, rich blood, and
puro plood is the basis of good health.
In cold weather ii is especially nec
essary to keep up tho health tone be
cause tlio body is subject to greater ex
posure aud more liable to disease.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho safeguard of
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday afternoon a tourist
sleoplng car for Salt Lake City, Sau
Irancisco aud Los Angeles loaves
Omaha and Lincoln via the Burlington
Route. It is carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring seats and backs and
is provided with cm-tnlnn ,o.t,lln,r
towels, soap. etc. An experienced ex
ttirsion conductor and uniformed Pull
man porter accompany it through to
I ho pacific coast. While neither as ex
pensively finished nor as lino to look at
us a palaco sleeper, it Is just as good to
ndo in. Second class tickets nre
honored and tlio price of r berth, wide
enough and big enough for two, is only
15. tor a folder giving full partlcu
lars, call at the nearest B, & M. R, R.
ticket oflico. Or, write to J Francis,
General Passomror Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Nob.
Dr. Price's Craaai Baklag Powder
Pair liiglae-at Award.
Mrs. M. CJaekson received a great
many Clii'IstniiiH presents from htr
grnudchildiHi who live in Hot Springs,
South Dakota, nn also fmm her child
reii in Missouri.
Mrs, Jake Lucy mid her father, Mr.
Wolf, ate vei'i sick now,
Uontley and Ndlio Drown of Hast
ings were visiting during holidays with
their uncle and family of A. N. Godwin,
Maggie Nau of Dine Hill was visiting
with Iter sister Anna last weak.
I vu Carpenter of Indian Creek is
visiting with tho Willow Creek young
Mrs. A. J. Kwings of Pawnee cotintv
was visiting during holidays with her
sister Mrs. A. C. Hon and Mrs. Samuel
Jiruncr and her mother Mrs. Henry
Waller of Cowlos.
Perry Norris and family were visit
ing on the creek Dec. 20.
May Bon Sanderson went homo to
Manitoba Jan. 2.
Emma Moushang visited with Nellie
lion and May Sanderson the Sunday
Tlio young people of Willow Creek
and Ml. Hopo gave a surprise party at
Perry Norris' week beforo last.
Charloy Jackson and family took
dinner with J. Urtibakor Christmas.
Some friends from Hed Cloud were
visiting Mrs.T. G. Wilder last week.
Mrs. Talt of Hcd Cloud was visiting
with Uobt. Adamson's last week.
Ethol Brubaker did not got to her
boarding place Sunday on account of
Nellie Ben started by train from Red
Cloud to her boarding place Saturday
near Rivertoa, but wo presume slio did
not loavo Riverton beforo Tuesday.
Samuel Brunei- and family and Mrs.
Ewings took dinner with A. C. Bon
Children and grandchildren Grandpa
Morris gavo hiw a surprise on Christ
mas and eat dinnor with him.
A spelling school at Mt. Hopo was
John Wilder has been hauling corn
tho past week.
We Offer One Hundred Dellars Re
ward for any case af Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY &CV, Props., Toledo,
We the undersigned, have knawn k
J. Cheney far tho lasl 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
busiaess transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their lira.
West & TuuAX.WhelesalaJDruggisU,
Waldinq, Kinnan & ManviN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucons surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Said by all drug
gists. Testimanials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Report of Mt. Hopo school for the
mouth ondlng January 1st 1897.
Total enrollment, 51.
N umber of days taught, 20.
Average daily attendance, 32 1-0.
Cases of tardiness, 10.
Names af those who were not absent
daring the month: Clydo anil Pearl
Arbtickle, Freddio Cerbott, Eddio El
Holt, Myrtle, Maudie and Lulu Fitz
gerald, Emma Motiutford, Emma and
Delbert Meline, Adda Potter, Roy and
Geo. Evans, Teacher.
Here is a diamond, here a piece of
charcoal. Both carbon; yet between
thorn stands thejmightiost of magicians
Nature. Tho food on your table,
and your own body; elementally tho
same; yet between the two stands tho
digestion, tho arbiter of growth or de
cline, life or death.
We cannot make a diamond; we can
not make flesh; blood aud bone. No.
But by means of the Shaker Digestivo
Cordial we can enable the stomach to
digest food would otherwise ferment
and poison the system. In all forms of
ujaiupoin nuu tuvii'icub tvusuuiptiwu,
with weakness, loss of flesh, thin blood,
nervous prostration the Cordial is tho
successful remedy. Taken with food
it relieves at once. It nourishes, and
assists nature to nourish. A trial bot
tleenough to show its merit 10
Laxol is the host medicino for
children. Doctors reoommeud, it in
place of Castor Oil.
Miss Annie Groonhalgli is visiting in
Born to Mr. aud Mrs. Oris Hubbard,
January 1, a son.
Rov. Chadwick was called to Illinois
Tuesday, by tho death of a sister. The
meetings which he is conducting at
this place were discontinued till Wed
nesday, January 12th.
School opened last Monday. The at
tendance has been very poor on ac
count of the drifted roads,
E. B. B.
For Infanta and Children.
1 1( if
Should bo In every family
medicine chest nml rwry
traveller's grip.. They are
lavnlii.Me when the stomach
Is out nf order) euro he.-ulachc bllloutnrsi, and
all liver troubles. Mild and fflclcut, 2 cent..
The Home Merchant
Who is he? Ho is tlio man whose
Interestls in Fnllerton; he s the man
who assists in maintaining tho side
walks ami kerying the streets in good
shape. He is the man whose taxes go
to benefit the entire community in
which hp lives. He is tho man who
helped pay for the school house where
in you get your education and whoso
money was expended for tho erection
of a church and lie is the man whose
contributions to homo charity is al
ways considerable. Ho sollsyoit goods
at an honest profit and many times
when you aro broke gives you credit.
Then why is it that you go away for
your goods when you have money?
Trade with tho man whose lcputatiou,
Is at slake aud whoso prido is in his
goods. Ho will always treat you right.
P. S. This plea Is in behalf of all, even
of thoso merchants who uso stationery
with an axlo grease nd. at tho top aud
tlio obverso side and whose envelopes
aro printed by tho government at
Washington, or who got their job work
of a traveling fakir. They aro in busi
ness here and should be patronized
though they glvo the homo paper tho
worst of it repeatedly. Fullerton
Don't Wouuy about your health.
Keep your blood pure by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla and yuu need not fear the
grip, cold, bronchitis, pneumonia or
Hood's Pills aro tho favorito family
cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate.
OVER THE LINE.
Wishing all a happy New Year.
Biblo rending at Penny Creek next
Sunday night, Myrtle Anderson acting
Some of tho young folks spent Now
Years with Mrs. Richard Keagle.
Dan and Ed Grewell and John War
rington Imvo returned from Cripple
Creek to Nebraska and they think they
will stay awhile.
Mr. aud Mrs. Guthrio attended the
funbial of Frank Houghtalingdewn in
in XEMeriT or kulau sari'.
Gentle Shepherd, tbeu bast stilled,
Now thv little lambs' lone weenlni
Aht bow peaceful, pale and mild
In Its narrow bed His sleeping.
And no sigh of anguish sore.
In this world of care and pain.
Lord 1 Thou wouldsi no longer leave It
To the sunny heavenly plains;
Dost tbou new In Joy receive It
Clothed In robes of spotless white,
ow It dwells with thee In light.
Ah I Lord Jesus, grant that we.
Where It lives, may noon be living
And tho lovely pastures see;
That its heavenly food aro giving,
Then the gain of death we'll prove
Though thou take what we moat love.
Tuuk to the Link.
Totter, Salt-Rhoum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by npplying Chamberlain's Eyo mid
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently enred by it. It
fa equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorito remedy for soro nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronio sore eyes. 25 cts. per bor.
i m i
Br. Cadj's Condition Powders, arc
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
oents per package.
Free to any person suffering from
dyspepsia ia any form. A remedy that
will cure you. Send name and address
to J. Cramer, Box It, Covington, Ohio.
He will send it free of charge. Ho
wants your name for his mailing list.
TiufSl UiltUF alt FtSl falls.
Bet Couuh gyrnp. Ta.ua Good. Use I
in lima, froiq vj gniagi.M.
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ll -aatV BH H bbH aVJafafl aTa m afafj afafafal
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ll HaTHI M H A H KaW J
Careata. and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-1
enthutlneu conducted for uriiTr In.
and we can secure patent la lew time, than tooUC
remote irora naininiioo.
Send model, drawing or phots., with descrip
tion. Wo advUe. II patentable or not. free o(
't hara-a. Oar fee not due till natont u aecured.
i A paMPMUtT. " How to Obtain Patent," with
cost ot sameia the U. S. and ioccl-a countries!
tent free. Aaaress,
0. Patcnt Orncf, WasMiNQTOM. m. 0.
County Court Web.ter couiity. Nebra.ka,
licinjuiiT rain juaniiiaciiirniK
(. V Tabor, defendant.
Iiofendaiil O. W. Tabor will lake notlco Hint
uiilnoiHcl day o' October, lHtifl. James Dutly,
county Judge of Web.ter rouuty, Nebra.ka, Is
sued an order of attarliiueut for the sum af
.event twn and eight hundredths dollnr. In an
action (tending In said court wherein the Deiiip
.ter Mill Manufacturing Company Is plaintiff
and .aid O. W. Tabor Is defendant, and Unit
property ron.l.tlng of one-third Intere.t In
rortj-tlte acres af corn In the Held .ltnted on
111? north-cast quarter of section It, town two,
range twelve, in Web.ter county, Nebr.rkn, lias
been attached under said order. Said chfo whs
continued until the Ittii day ot December, lKWl.
at to o'clock a. m.
Itcd Cloud. NebrH.ka, October IH, lHW.
Dknthtkh Mill MANUriLTViiiNo Co..
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II I Unul
llng l he S lomachs ondBowcls of
ncss and Rcst.Contalns neither
OpiunXMorplilnc nor Mineral.
Not Narc otic.
A perfect. Remedy Tor Constipa
tion, Soar Stomach.Diarrhoca,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
aess and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signr.turc of
EXACT COPY OT WRAPPEB.
Harness! Harness! Harness!
J. O. BUTLER
The Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red Oloud. Prices right for cash.
The season of the var has arrived when you will b prevailed upon bv
NUMEROUS COMMISSION HOUSKS ta forward them
your consignments f
POULTRY, - GAME, - BUTTER, - EGGS,
PURS, HIDES, PBLTS, BTS..
T.tkr ii chances but !dr direct t tbo old eslabllshce firm of
J. - A.. " McCutoheon - & - Co,,
22 South Water St., Chicago, III.
They will iveyiui top prices aud quick returns. Writ them for quotations
REFERENCE Fihst National Bank, Chicago, HliimU
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
J. S. EMIG-H,
ir YOU WANT IT.
Crowo Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plates.
And all the latest Improvement U dental raech
B. ft M. H.T
RED CLOUD, NEIill.
ST. LOUIS and
SALT LAKE C'T
and all points
mil points east and
THAIXS UCATK A TOLLOWal
No. 66. Freight, dally xceiit Sunday
for wymore and all point east :007a.i
No. IB. reiiRer, dally for 8t. Joe.
iaubiis i.iu. AituiKiii, di,
Louis and all poluts ea.t and
143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. HasUngs. Grand Is
lnnd. Illack llllis and all
points In tb northwest.. I :! p.ss,
141, Accommodation, dally ezrept
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
iniermeuiaia siauons, Tia
Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe and Intermediate
Junction point.-. 1:80 p.sa,
Frotght, dally for Itepubllcan
Orleans, Oxford and all points
west. 10:30 a.as,
Va.aenger. dally, Denver, all
mints In Colorado, Utah and
California ....................- 8:40 p.m.
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars'
f a.! (reel on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps cr tickets
cull n t address A. Conover, Agent, lied
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Fraud., General I'asseugcr
Agfat, OasaUa, Hakraaka.
IS ON THE
Outorla Is cat no in ens-tht bottles cnlv. It
It not sold in balk, Don't allow anysne to sell
you anything else on the plea or promise that It
is "Jnit as good" and "will answer every pur
pose." 49- Bee that yon get 0-A-B-T-O-B-I-A.
TfclfM- A .-
Umlls y f'f. s lata
, -., - vupftr.
PARKER'S GINGER TONIO
fiHK &?. 2W ftM7t dUtwwtaf tomuti and
;-" ,. wi lor mwiDff yon. wnto all ol
trwtnwnt IWUm. irtrjr mhtf and InValid ihoald h.n I?
. PARKER'S "
m HAIR BALSAM
piMnw. and bMntiflce th. bate
rromota. a lorarlftnt i-nV
Merer rail, to Baator Onj
CAUM MaJp dlaaut. hlirfllillWl
snr Com foe
EXTHflCT OF BEEf.
The lenulne has signature of
Baron Lelblg on ersry Jar.
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