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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1909)
of the f'aliforniii Fir Syrup Co nnd the
Kficniidc rtltninnirnts of its i-lit-iiii-tH have
rcndorjMl tms'ihlo the production of Syrup
of I iH ami Klivir of Senna, in all of its
excellence, by obtaining the purr medic
itial pritifiplfsnf plants known to art tiuwt
bi'iielieially and combining them most
f-killfully, in the riht lirottortioim, with
it" wholesome and refreshing Syrup of
As there is only one genuine Syrup of
Firs and F.lixir of Senna and as the gen
uine is manufactured by an original
method known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, it h alway.s nceeMary to buy the.
genuine to get, ill beneficial efforts.
A knowledge, of the nlxio faets enables
ono to decline imitation.'! or to return them
if, upon viewing the package, the full name
of the California Fig Syrup Co. is not found
printed on the front thereof.
Schools tor Tuberculous Children.
Special schools for tuberculous chil
dren have now been established In
Providence, Hoston. Now York, Roches
ter, Washington, llurtToid. Conn., Chi
cago mill Pittsburg. Now York has
thno .schools mid Washington. I). C
two Thi' board of education ot New
York city Is proposing to establish
three more, and similar Institutions
are being planned In Detroit, lluffnlo,
Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Newark.
In cities like Providence, Hoston and
Now York, where outdoor schools have
boon conducted for two years, the re
sults obtained from the treatment of
children In special tuberculosis open
air schools seem to show the groat ad
vantage of this class of Institutions.
This, coupled with tho experience of
open air schools In Oorniany and Kiig
land, proves that children can be cured
ol tuberculosis mid keep up with their
school vork, without any danger to
I eliow 'pupils.
boy's Essay on Clothing.
Here; Is an extract from mi essay,
written by a boy in a London school:
"Clothing la an article which every
body sbotild wear. Tho least of
this nrtlclo Is worn by savages or na
tives, Which Is n piece of cloth br a
few leavejs or feathers round the wulst.
in cold countries, same as Eskimos,
the peoploiwear more clothes than wo
do, count of tho ley cold out there.
They can skate nil the year round, ex
. oept about one thaw there is In sum
mer. If they walked about llko na
tives they would catch cold directly
and die of bronkltls. Wo put clothes
on which arc nearly like our bodies,
some have caps, coats and trousers,
but women and girls wear hats and
1 rocks to tell who they are."
Still for Equine Comradeship.
Horse owners get a pleusuro from
their horses which they get troni
nothing else. When they ride or drive
they get pleasure of gentle motion,
conservative progress and companion
ship. Some men will not give up the
horse for a piece of machinery, even
though It moves faster and kicks up
more dust. The man who owns a
horse should not bo driven off the
road by a ninh'who happens to own,
or partially own. a machine. Wash
ington (D. C.) Star.
Foreign Trade of United States.
Croat Itritain buys more goods from
the United States than from any other
three principal countries in the woild
Sti'JO.OOO.OUO worth In PJOS; $10,000.
000 more than from France, Ciormnny
and Holland combined, according to
tho July report of tho department of
trade and commerco of Canada.
"He says he knows her like a
"Yes, so he does: like a Henry
James book. Ho simply does not un
derstand her at all."
The Plan Upon Which Coffee Operates.
Coffee In sucl a secret worker that
it is not suspected as the cause of sick
liness or dlscuso, but there is a very
sure way to lino out tno trutn.
A lndy In Memphis gives an Inter
esting experlenco hor husband had
with coffee, it seems that he had boon
using it for Bomo time and was an
The physician in charge shrewdly
suspected that coffeo was the 'Worm
nt the root of tho treo," and ordered
It discontinued with Instructions to
uso Postuin regularly In Its place.
The wife says: "Wo found that was
the truo remedy for his stomach and
heart troublo and wo would have glad
ly paid a hundred times the amount
of the doctor's chargo when we found
how wlso his Judgment was.
"Tho uso of Postum Instead of cof
feo was begun about a year ago, nnd
It has mado my husband a strong, well
man. Ho has gained thlrty-flvo pounds
in thnt tlino and his stomach and heart
troubles havo all disappeared.
"Tho first tlmo I prepared it I did
not boll It long enough and he said
there was somothlnr wrong with it.
Suro enough it did taste very flat, but
'ti nwf mrti-nlnf1 T fnllnwml illrnHnna
M,i,IU HUM IIIWI ll.llft .w..wiv.. .....,. w..m
carefully, boiling it for fifteen minutes,
nnd ho rcmarKert Mills is bettor tnan
any of tho old coffee.'
"Wo uso Postum regulnrly and never
tiro of telling our friends of the bono
fit wo hnvo received from leaving off
Look for tholHtlo hook, Thofio'n'd to
WollvlUo," in pkgs. "Thero's a neason,"
Hvc-r rrnil tlio nlunc Ipflrrf A
mo npi-iirM from time to time, Tlicy
urr ni-tiiilne, (rue. uuil full of liuimiu
OF YEAR'S WORK
Report of the Secretary of the In
PROBLEM OF PUBLIC LANDS
Development Through Private Enter
prise Under National Supervision
and Control Desired Reclama
tion Service Discussed,
Washington, Nov. 'J. -Tho annual re
port to the president of Hlchard A.
llalllrigor. secretary of the Interior,
was made public today, and makes
Interesting reading Tho report cov
ers a portion of the time under the ad
ministration of James It. Ciiirfiold, and
Mr. llallinger gives him credit for his
earnest and efficient services.
Secretary llallinger comments on
the old public land statutes, and con
tinues: "The liberal and rapid disposition of
tho public lands under those statutes
and the lax methods of administration
which for a long tlmo prevailed nat
urally prooked the fooling that the
public domain was legitimate prey for
I lie unscrupulous ami that It was no
crime to violate or circumvent the
land laws. It is to be rogrcttcjl that
we, as a nation, wore so tardy to real
ize tin Importance of preventing so
large n measure of our natural re
sources passing into tho hands of land
pirates and speculators, with no view
to development looking to the national
Must Continue Prosecutions.
"It may be safely said that millions
of acres of timber nnd other lands
haw been unlaw! ully obtained, and it
is also true that actions to recover
such lands have lit most Instunceslong
since been barred by tho statuto .of
limitations. Tho principal awakening
to our wasteful course came under
your predecessor's administration. The
bold and vigorous prosecutions of land
1 lauds, through Secretaries Hitchcock
and Carlleld, have restored a salutary
respect for tho law, and the public
mind has rapidly grasped the impor
tance of safeguarding the further dis
position of our natural resources In
the public lands in tho interest of the
public good as agalntit private greed.
Notwithstanding this, it is necessary
to continue with utmost vigor, through
all available sources, the securing of
information of violations of the publlo
laud laws and to follow such viola
tions with rigid prosecutions.
Use Private Enterprise.
"On this present policy of conserv
lug the natural resources of the pub
lic domain, while development is tho
keynote, tho best thought of tho day
is not that development shall bo by na
tional agencies, but that wise utiliza
tion shall be secured through private
enterprise, under national supervision
and control. Therefore, if material
progress is to bo made in securing tho
host use of our remaining public
lands, congress must bo called upon
to enact remedial legislation."
Mr. llallinger then gives In detail
his recommendations for the classifi
cation of public lands, nnd the fea
tures of a measure which ho advises
for the direction of the disposal of water-power
The Reclamation Service.
Concerning the reclamation service,
the report says in part:
"In view of the importance of n
speedy completion of existing projects
and their proper extension, and of the
necessity in 1912 of an adjustment be
tween the states by which tho major
portion of the funds arising from tho
sale of public- lands within each state
and territory shall have been ex
ponded so far as practicable within
such state or territory, and In view
of the importance of making a bene
ficial use of waters already ap
propriated or capable of appropria
tion to which rights may be lost
for nonuso, 1 believe an urgent ap
peal should be made to congress to
authorize the issuance of certificates
of indebtedness, or of bonds against
the reclamation fund, to nn aggregate
of not exceeding po.000,000, or bo
much thereof ns niny be needed."
Knergetlc reorganization of tho In
dian bureau is In progress, says Mr.
llallinger, nnd he recommends that
the Indian warehouses at New York,
Chicago, Onfnhn, St. Louis and San
Francisco be closed as soon as pos
sible A more ndvnnced policy re
specting the maintenance, improe
miiiit and operation of the Yellow
stone and Yoscmitc national parks is
urged on the government.
Contracts Made on Feast Days.
Tho fixed dato for Kaster Is prob
ably a matter of llttlo concern in tho
United States, but of great Impor
tance in continental Europe, whoro
rent nnd other contracts aro written
on such feast days rather than at Now
Year's or tho 1st of May.
Army Sorvlco Corps N. C. O. In
charge of fornge (to officer's groom
who litis come for. extra rations for
a horsoj "Havo you brought a requisi
tion?" Groom "No. Ain't got nono
with us, but I've brought a bucket."
Good for Something.
SublmliR "What do you intend' to
do with that lot you bought in Swamp
hurst?" Commuto "I am thinking of
making n fishing prcservo of it"
NEBRASKA NEWS AND NOTES.
Items of Interest Taken From Hero
and There Over the State,
Fremont had a lire entailing a loss
Henry Tapper, while operating n
corn husking machine southwest of
Osmond, had his right hand caught in
the snapper rolls, of the machine, re
sulting in a bad laceration.
William i: Dayton, editor and
owner of tho York Republican, died
unexpectedly at his homo. Death was
due to a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Day
ton was well known out the state.
Nicholas M. Farrons. who was found
'illlty of killing Lester Hall nt Deca
tur, was sentenced by Judge Troup to
two years In the stnto penitentiary,
tho sentence to commence on the day
the verdict was rendered by the jury.
Through fi eight No. I.,, drawn by
two engines, wont off the track at
Whitman. 1 tot li engines and tenders
and some six or seven cars were de
railed In such a manner that It took
thirty-six hours to got the track clear.
The matter of county dhlslon lim
ing been adopted in Deuel county,
whereby the now county of Garden is
created, the gosornor issued a procla
mation calling for the election ol coun
ty olUccrs and designating the tempo
rary seat of government.
A. Malcolm of Lexington, received
a 'phone call from P. A Croft, state
tiro marshal of South Dakota, who
wanted tho Lexington bloodhounds to
trace some culprits. Malcolm left
with the hounds for Mitchell. S. I). He
is receiving $30 per day and expenses.
The Woman's lub of Holdrogo Is
planning to take i p the sale of the
Christians Rod Cross stumps, some
$100 worth being spoken for. A com
mittee was appointed at the meeting
to Interview local merchants as to
their co-operation In the selling of
Tho Hay State Trust company, of
New York, have notified Judge Hut
ton of Hastings, of deposits agrogat
lug $si.r,:tri. belonging to ('has. McLean,
the supposed Schlatter, who died
there u month ago. Hector Mclean,
of Hrush, Col., has asked to be ap
pointed administrator of the estate.
Rev. John Garrotson of Chirks wont
to Central City and swore to an In
formation alleging thnt his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Hattle A. Dellart, was a lit
subject for treatment In an Insane
asylum and that her being at largo
was a menace to the safety of thoso
Kd Hell shot and killed Charles Mc
Arthur at Valentine. They hnd been
quarreling for over n week and both
had guns. Hell elnlins he shot Mc
Arthur In self defense He afterwards
gave himself up. Jloth men have been
at work for the railroad at the bridge
The program for the Joint meeting
if the county supervisors and the
county clerks of the state to be held
In Fremont during tho middle of De
cember linn been about arranged.
Among the speakers will bo II. J. Stln
son, K, It. Gurney, J. M. Matzcn and
J. C. Cook.
Harry Miller, the 12-ycur-old son
nf P. C. Miller of Nellght, was shot
by the accidental discharge of a 22
caliber rllle. Harry requested his "-year-old
brouther to hand him tho
rllle. The gun was discharged, the
ball entering the neck and partially
soverod the juglar vein. Ho died
Merlek county will bine n splendid
'orn show this year, to bo hold In
Central City December H. both the
o petti house and the Academy of
Music, the two big hnlls of tho town,
having been hired for the occasion.
A subscription has been taken among
the business men of the town and
enough money raised to furnish a
splendid lino of premiums and secure
The Nebraska Dairymen's associa
tion has offered $50 In prizes for es
says on dairy topics, tho competition
to bo open to residents of the ntnto
of Nebraska. The announcement of
the contest was made by Secretary S.
C. Hassott of Gmbon, who Is In gen
eral charge of the contest. Tho llrst
prize Is $2F, the second $15 nnd tho
third $10. The requirements are, that
the essays srill bo In typewritten
form nnd shall not exceed 1,000 words
Jack Williams, alias Jack McWll
Hams, who a week ago left Aurora for
Chicago, having, It Is alleged, in his
possession several valuablo bolts of
cloth belonging to Aurora tnllors, be
sides a $50 gold watch and chain be
longing to S. J. Johnson, nn Aurora
grocer, has been captured In Nlles,
Mich. Ho was taken to Chicago and
there turned over to Sheriff Young of
Hamilton county, who arrived in Au
rora with him in custody.
The governor's oihco has received
.ho latest quarterly payment on what
constitutes the annual revenuo from
tho forest reserve district of Nebras
ka. This fund, which amounts to
about $10,000 annually, Is obtained
from the lands In the forest resorvo
district which are leased for grazing
purposes. Tho last chock was for
$2,8:J7.:14, and will bo expended for tho
Improvement of public highways and
the benefit of tho public schools In the
counties comprising the district.
In tho district court nt Plnttsmoiith
Judge Pomberton of Ilcntrlco sen
tenced Churles .1. Ilaker to servo in
the state penitentiary for eighteen
months at hard labor. Wlfo No. 1
of Ohio prosecuted him and tho Jury
was out ono hour.
Aftor disposing of four criminal
cases, Judgo Hollonheck brought tho
November term of the district court
at Fremont, to an hnd. Ononinn was
given a penitentiary sentence. Hoff
man and Peterson, held on the cliargo
of picking the pockets of a Valley fnr
mer about two months ago, wore giv
en thirty davs each in tho county jail
.THE BOY AND HIS AUNT.
Little Nephew Auntie, did you
unrry an Indian?
Auut- Why do you nsk such a silly
Little Nephew- Well, 1 saw soino
scalps on your dtcsslug table.
FREED AT LAST
From the Awful Tortures of Kidney
Harhel lvio, Henrietta, Texns,
I would bo ungrateful If 1 did
not loll what Dean's
Kidney Pills have
done for mo. I'lltoen
years kidney troublo
clung to mo, my ex
istence was one of
misery and for two
whole 'years I was tin
abb' to go out of the
house. My bark ached all the time and
1 was uit.-ily weak, unable at times In
walk without assistance. The kidney
secret Ioiim were ory irregular. Dunn's
Kidney Pills restored mo to good
health, and I am able to do as much
work as the average woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Heineniber tho name Dean's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster
Mllburu Co., lluffnlo, N. Y.
A Kneeling Proposition.
"Pony" Moore, tho once famous inln-
Mrol, is dead at the age of SO. He j
was oiio of the last of his kind.
"Moore." said a veteran Chicago !
manager, used to make up his jokes i
Once, when lie played hero, ho had I
his toes run over, and limped on that I
night with a loot that resembled a
" 'All's ez tondah-hoofed as Llzo
Joliuslug,' ho said , to the audience,
with a chuckle. 'Yo1 know 'bout Liza?
Young Calhoun White, ho sez to her,
Whafto' you make a face like
dat when I propose, Miss Johnslng?"
Well. Cal," says Liza, "Ah kaln't
give yo' offah propah consideration
loss'n yo' takes yo' knee off'n malt
Catnrrh Cannot Be Cured
Willi LOCAL Afl'LICAIlONS. nn thi-y rannot mut
the foal ot the ilKvi Catarrh it n liliaxl nr ruimtl
tutlonat U!.vn, anil In orilrr tu ram It yiiu mint take
lntrrn.il n-iniilli. mil's Cntnrrli Cur" li takrn In
ternally, uml arm itlrrrtly iiku I lie IiIikhI anil murmui
surface. Hall' Catarrh Cure nut a quack mull
cine, It was prmrTllxil by onn o( llir- bret ih)lcliria
In this country lor nnr ami n n rrciiliir priirrlptlon.
It la ronipnw-il of tlir rr.t tonlm known, minhlnnl
with tho umt liliioil tmrlflrrn. nctlnu cllrrrtly on the
mucotn mrfari-n The iwrfrrt combination of the
tno lidjlr-nm li whnt produce Midi wuniWful ro
lultj in curlnu catarrh. rVnd for tcMlmonlan. free.
K.J CIII'M.l A CO.. Crop., loledtsO.
Sold by Driiujlltn. price 7Se.
laic Hall's Family 1'llla for constipation.
Marks on Silverware.
"Sterling" ns used In connection
with silverware means genuine silver.
The nddition of the word "patent" Is
to Indicate that the particular design
of tho article on which the word ap
pears Is patented and that the article
Is genuino sliver.
Christmas Post Cards Free.
Send 2c stamp for five samples of
our very best Cold nnd Silk Finish
Christmas, Flower and Motto Post
Cards, beautiful colors and loveliest
designs. Art Post Card Club, 791!
Jackson St., Topokn, Kan.
Mrs. Henhnni You still Insist that
woman has more curiosity than man?
Jlenham Suro; did you over know a
man to want to find out If he could
get off a Btreot car backwards with
out committing suicide,'.'
What the Name Means.
"Pa, what Is a pony cont?"
"Something I've got to work llko n
horso for to keep your mother peace
able." Detroit Free Press.
The next time you have a cold on tho
lunRft try rubbing Wianl Oil on your
chest nnd fee how quickly it will draw out
the inflammation nnd break up the cold.
A wlso man suppresses fully two
thirds of his opinions.
What Ails You
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, hnvo frequent hend
oches, coated tongue, hitter or bad taste in morninj!,
"heart-hum," belching of jns, ocid risings in throat after
eating, stomach jjtinw or burn, foul breath, dizzy kpells,
poor or variable appetite, nausea at times end kindred
If you huYo any considerable number of the
above symptoms you aro suffering from bilious
ness. torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.
Dr. Pieroe'a Golden Medical Discovery is mado
up of tho most valuable, medicinal principles
known to medical scienco for the permanent
euro of such abnormal conditions. It is a most
efficient lirer iuvitforator, stomuoli tonic, bowel
regulator and ncrvo strengthened
Cit 9'en Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret notnrm,
a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested
tinder oath. A glanco at these will (.how that it contains no alcohol, or harm
ful habiMorming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined
glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of aative American medical,
forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
npJi(if,TiL!lPil,lh,.'e,,,,9., ni 'y'TJ?!0'. ,h.,n ,.n' 0..1.h!, I- fiV 10e siekiie eattrs sir Ikcrs. Taej js la esH wak r ktlter than any clhr dr. You can drt
aniBsrmenfwithsntrlpsinB opart. Wiilo lor treo UookJet-llewts Die, Uleaeb ana-Mix Cslsra. MOimOE DltUS SO., mulnmvl llllnai.
Kvory man hits bin ,'lft, and tho
tools go to him thnt cuu uhu them.
."Mri. AVInaloir'a Knotlilnj; Sjrnii.
For rlilldrrn tci-lhlnK, snnrn theitiim,riiiliicr In
flraiiilluu, alia) laln.cutfior 1ml collu. 'iiciitxjtllo.
Occasionally a thin wnumti acuulrvs
Uii nrt of not showing it. ,1
World's Pure Food Exposition
Chicago, November, 1907
What does this mean?
It menus that Calmnrt li.ni net n new Standard in
HAing Powder the standard of the World.
Uccnuto tliij award w.n given to Calumet after
thorough tests and cxpeiiaients, overall other baking
It means that Calumet is tin bett baking ponder
in every particular in the world.
And this means that Calumet products the
ecu, most iiciicious, lightest, and purest
baking of all bakinj; powders.
Doesn't that mean
The Largest MANurACTUitcrt of
mcn'o f-'iNC SHoca in the Would
WnnrW.L. Douf.lutv comfort alilr,
onoywnlklnR chontit Tlioy nro
nuiUo upon Itonor, of tho best loiitli
erSfliy tho montnkllled workmen,
In nil tho Ititoat fashions. Shoos In
ovary stylo nnd nlinpo to oult mon
In nil w.ilUn or I If o.
If I could tnkn you Into my InrRo
J factories nt Brockton. Maai.. nnrl
,jtj show you how carefully vv. L. Doug"
till SlIUUH (111) IIIIIMUI TWU VT1JUIU
then understand why tlioy hold
tholrehr.no, fit hotter, wou lonsor
nnd itro of crontor vnluo thnn nny
CAI'TION. SootlintW I. Italic!.
tmtimiiiiil tliu rotiill prion Nk iiiii1 uii
tlioliottiitn, Tiikn NoHubntltiitti.
Automatic Smokeless Device
positively prevents both. Removed in an instant for cleaning,
Solid brass font holds 4 rpiart3 of oil sufficient to give out a Blowing heat
for 9 hours Milul brass wick carriers damper top cool handle oil indicator.
Heater beautifully finished in nickel or Japan in a variety of styles.
Every Dealer Everywhere. If Not At Yours, Wilte for Descriptive Circular
to the Neatest Agency ol Die '
m m W, M 3h fff m f W 3F 'S? W JSF
M m M m Mil la m( mi la m m If m'
A youiiK Kontlomnn of our no
diialntniico. who had hint reached tho
iiko of hIx, iviiH recently waltliiB with
hM mother for a train nt n railway
station, when ho noticed a penny-in-thu-Hlot
wolKhlnK machine. Ho naked
IiIb mother a great many querulous
about It, mid at hint received pormlB
hIoh to drop In hla penny and be
weighed. Having obtained that Im
portant Information, ho mild: "How
much would I have welched, mamma,
If 1 had dropped in a dollar?"
you nti-oiiKiiinKnniiKii'I'inK. " I"'" yiiuviiun nlil-
il in i.MiKiiiHK mm ('i-l'inH It lli'll full VII UII liltl
uliloni 10i-M'Ati'ilrll,tiiH AIIi'M'k I.imik Hal
in. Nilcl by all ilniitnUtw.aJo. KK-utnl I1.UU hntUo. I
The HeiiKon Is hero when ninny a
family man would like to awap Ills bl
automobile for u mniill coal vnrd
SPOHN MEDICAL. CO..Clut!ilaIBailttcgUu, Qoahon, lnd. U.S.A.
aycrythina to you?
ir V: m
No matter how sensitive your
olfactory nerves may be, or under
what workin" conditions you en
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
you'll not defect the slightest odor
of smoke. The new
reifl rei 'c
Sonator Dollivcr, off lowo, saye:
Tho ttirnm ot rmlurnntu frnra tho UnlU! Statu
i Uunmin Mrtll ccintlnun.
briiulor ixiituiir, n-rflntijr ini n
vimi in wcMrrn i;unnin.
iiikI miiii "llicni !
nt i:ni:IUii "1'cnlllriK ifiv
tilo; tills will account for
ihn miiowii of k many
lima lannon to uunuuu.
Our looplo tint rlcuwij
with ltttuooruaifint mut
tho exrollriit nlmlnl
tratton of law, ami they
nro comlnii to jou In
ti'im of thptiHiinun, nnd
lhi-y nro -till roinlna."
ly to i no 7U.IMMI Aiiu-rl-run
furitirrtt ulio tmulu Cumuli
tlmlr ho mo Uiirlntr 1UOII.
I'lulil or iii rctiiriin nliiiio
of tlioooutitry iitiwarilit ot
flrnln Imtvliii9. itiltwl fiinii.
ins, riil Imi rol.lnif uml ilnlr jlite
nro nil iirorilitblo, 1 ri" lluuio
moiiiU of 1UO aero uro to lio
Hint In llio tvry In-iit illntrlrt-, I
1IIO tirrn iinwiiiplliiiin nt 3.(10 I
Imp urt-f. aHIiI.i fj.rl.iln i.v.ii.a B
Si IiimiIh uiiili'liiirrlii-fl In ovrry
IK'ttll'IIICIII, i lliiuito iini-xrvlliif,
will I ho rll lll-at.UOIMl, WIltlTUUU
liniiiiiiin iniitiTiai iiioiitiriii.
ror rurtlrulnntHitoliH-iitloii, low
wttlcn' rnllprnjr rti-i nml il(orll-
io iiinitnitiM i,uinTlilit, "it
font Hi.l." nn.l .itli.i. InfA.mii.
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