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MEDFORD MATE TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, 0KKC10N. WEDNESDAY. OCTOW10R 0, 1012.
OCAL AND -IMPERSONAL
'llr, mid Si. Ilcrt Anderson Imva
Inft for a vlnlt fct Snh FrancWo.
P. 8. Sttcnatrup liaa loft for visit
With .friends at Portland.
P. ,1. O'Oara lias returned from a
vfftlt In' tho Ahtclopu section.
'Medford Consevntory ot Music and
LmiEuacew, College Dldg. Tho onlyi!
mnsto school In So. Oregon with a full
corps of teachers. Send for catalog.
.1. 13. Rnyart has 'returned to his
Hogue Itlver ranch after u visit with
Tlioso'of 'oit In need of alterations
ortinalfR on your clothing will do
woll to iiavo them done at the Panfor-
llHllj I '
Senator Von der Helton returned
Wednesday from a huslness trip to
Coryallls where ho attended a session
of the .board ot rogeuts of the Ore-
roii Agricultural college,
Dr. Rlckcrt, eyesight specialist.
Unable to secure a nuorum Ikeiclty
eounrll did not meet In special sos
rIou Tuesday evening as expected.
Call the Pantorlum on cither phone
and their driver will call and get any
clothing yon may have to be cleaned
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Williams of
AiAlaud-re In Med ford on business.
S. A. Novell, ladles tailor, tb
floor M.F. &H. bldg.
fioj,H .Meyer of Medford will
spend the winter in California re
turning to Mcdford In tho spring.
Tho ladles of the M. E. church
South, will serve a chicken pie din
ner at tho parsonage, 25 North Oak
dalo, Friday evening, tho 11th, .com
mencing at 5 o'clock. Price 50 cents.
Everyone Invited. 13
Tho Woman's Amona Bible class
of the Baptist church meet Tuesday
evening at the liome of Miss Louise
Haupher on West Tenth street. A
very enjoyable evening was spent.
Miss Dcrna Roberts being the enter
taluor. "Collego Girls." Refresh
ments were served.- The new offi
cers elected for the next six months
were: Miss Catherines Mears, presi
dent. Miss Bertha Daley, vlce-presf-donti
Miss N'ora Dalley, secretary
and treasurer. Miss Ella Rollins was
visitor. Any young ladles In the city
not attending Sunday school are in
vited to meet at tho Baptist church
nest Sunday morning at 3:4o.
A smoker will be held this evening
at tho K..P. lodge at which time rep
rescntation at the grand lodge which
meets next Tuesday at Portland will
he considered. A large delegation
will be sent to Portland In hope that
Dr. C E. Saunders of this city can
be elected vice-grand chancellor.
Garland stoves and ranges, lubri
cating oils. F. W. Sbaplelgh Hard
ware, No. 28, South Central.
Arthur Geary Is down from Eu
gene, looking after tho Geary or
chard on Griffin creek, which Is
loaded with fruit.
Lost, October 1, a pair of eye
glasses in case. Finder please leave
at Mall Tribune office,
t Gaorge. N. Anderson of Ashland
and his sister, Miss Belle, were In
Now Is the tlnio to have your blank
ets and heavier bed clothing put in
order for winter at the Pantorlum.
Those who have not registered tor
the coming November ejection, should
do so beforo October 0, as registra
tion closes on the" 19th Inst.
Oak and hardwood $4.50 and 15.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir. '
E. E. Morrison, J. F. Kelly, Mr.
and Mrs. N. W. Kllno of Griffin
creek wero recent visitors In Med
ford. t Hats cleaned and blocked Pantor
Jtitn. Prof. P, J. O'Gara was In the north
western part of tho county the fore
part of the week, on official business.
Mr. 31111s, who has been employed
In L. Hell's butcherahop for some
time, and his wife left for San Fran
Oak and hardwood 4.50 and $5.00
per cord, Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
A. IX, Cannon, clerk of tho U. S.
district court, has been spending the
past few dayH at the Trail farm of
J, E, Knyart. Ho left for Portland
Diamond Edgo tools and cutlery,
picking baskets and ladders. F.
W. Bhaplelgh Hardware, 28 South
S. P. Deltoboam, Geo. O. Henry, S.
C. Whlttlngton and John . Dun
utngtou were down from Jacksonville
Tuesday afternoon. j
Suits that you think arc scarcely
good enough to wear, can bo thai
oughly renovated at a trifling cost,
by the Pantorlum,
Weeks &McGo wan Co.
jMfti. ritoBMM -V, W. Wcka tarn
A.X. on,. MM
v ,J?' A ,
George A. Gardner and Jay Tcr
rell of Talent tarried several hours
In Medford Tuesday.
Dr. T. T. Shaw nlid ltoy Ulrteh of
Jacksonville wero lh Medford Tues
day, on their way north '
Dr; Rlckcrt, oyeslght specialist,
over Kentucr's. '
A, Corldn and U. 11. Bradshaw
were down from Hrownsboro the fore
pArt of tho week,
Plumes cleaned and curled at tho
Irving McCall of Prospect Is In
Medford, having just returned from
a trip to uuuorntn.
Dr., !.!. nlf.n.ftYnlltnilmn.
Mrs. H. Cameron hns returned
from a visit with rolmhos living In
Try a Vapor hath for that cold Dr
It. J. Lockwood, Garnet-Corey Bldg.,
phone Home 145.
Frank urump and Frank Cameron
ot Applegate wero business visitors
in Medford Tuesday.
Ladles suits, skirts and Jackets
made over, or repaired neatly and
well at tho Pantorlum.
S. E. Dnnnlngton of Jacksonville
was In Medford Tuesday, accompa
nied by Mr. Martin of Wallowa coun
tjv his brother-in-law.
Dr. Morrison has removed his of
fice from tho St. Mark's block to
roams 11-212 second floor Gnrnett
Corvy building. 17i
E. 11. Hanley left for Northern
California on Tuesday afternoon's
train, on a short business visit.
Vapor baths and scientific massage
$1.00 for men and women. Dr. U
J. Lockwood, chlroproctcr and nervo
specialist, 203 Gamett-Corcy1 Bldg
phone Home 145.
Mrs. M. M. Taylor and Mrs. Min
nie Kelly of Jacksonville wero vis
itors In Medford Tuesday.
Small rugs cleaned Pantorlum.
Furs cleaned and rellned at Pan
torlum. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkins ot Cen
tral Point wero among their Med
ford friends Tuesday afternoon. Mr,
H. will shlji several thousand boxes
ot "Winter Nellls pears from the
Snowy Butte orchard this season, the
crop being both large and first-class
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
A. C. Chittenden of Rogue River
spent a few hours In Medford Tues
day. See R. A. Holmes. The Insurance
Man. over Jackson-Connty Bank.
Mrs. E. Ccnger .of Central Point
Is at the Ashland hospital for treat
ment for an affection of the throat
hjFhone.us your- orders (for milk,
cream, butter and butormllk. Two
dellverys dally. R. R. Creamery.
W. H. Venable of Applegate was
In Medford Tuesday, accompanied by
Carkin & Taylor iJohn H. Carkln,
Glenn O. Taylor), attornoys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank Building,
Miss Canthran of Jacksonville has
taken a position In the office of tho
Medford Taxi and Auto company.
Get Mrs. Reynolds home made
bread at DeVoe's.
Medford Is entertaining a large
number of candidates for state and
county offices nowadas.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog-
rapbern, .negatives made any time or
place by appointment, Phono M. 1471
W. P. Bailey and J. Healy -ot Jack
sonville -were among those at the
fair grounds Tuesday aftornoon..
" John H. Devlin ot Portland, who
has been visiting relatives living on
Applegate, left for home on Tuesday
Miss Nellie Kirk of Grants Pass
has been visiting in Medford.
A. O. Freel, formerly a teacher Jn
the schools of Jackson county, Is
wielding tho birch In tho Portland
Notlco Is horoby glvon that the
uhderslgned will apply at tho apeclal
meeting of the city council October
21, 1912, for a license to boll malt,
splrltous qnd, vinous liquors at 22
North 'Front street, for a period of
SELSBV &. KENNEDY,
Dated October 9, 1912.
Curd of 'J'liankH.
We wish to thank our friends of
Butte Falls and Medford who so
kindly assisted us during the sick
ness and death of wife and slstcr-ln-law.
W. E. COLEMAN.
G. L. COLEMAN.
MRS. C. S, LIMING,
Attention K. or P.
Special social meeting this even
ing at our hall nt $ p. in. Bo sure
nnd come, 171
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED To let contract for clear
ing ton acres land. Have Hercules
Hteol puller In first clasB shape,
want to turn In and pay cash for
balance. J. H. Byorly, Central
Point, Ore, It, F. D., No, 1, Box
;rO EXCHANGE 70 acreu, wuter
. right, Improvements, take city pro
perty. Clurk Realty Co. 1 T,i
It. K. Kennedy
H. r Kciiiu'dy. the Pmjjit,.isie
nominee Tor the office of s.pentiirv
of state, is utnkinr n tour of the
Male, lu itu interview ho stand:
"The MM'rclnrV of titt is n meui
ber of Hie kittle hoards jlmt levy
.-tnte tnxe and -.pvniN tux iay,r'
money. The tte lionnl i- the htfi
ne flccin'v llm same u- the count v
court is the county liuiiu ngency.
Would .von elect hoth of your county
commissioners ami county julji
from one precinct i Of course not!
Why! lUH'tiut-e it i not rishl. nil
section.- should be reprtKentcd ti)in
the county venuiiji board. If this
is true In n county, why .should it not
lie true in tho whole state. I east
ern Oregon or southern Oregon or
central Oregon or any of the cost
counties, or .Multnomah county rep
resented on the stale linn nit No!
Salem only is represented. Governor
West, Secretary Olcott. Treasurer
Kay are all Salem men and have
been practically all their lives.
"Hundreds of iieople nre employed
at the various state institutions.
Nearly all .salaries are fixed by the
tate beard: mo-st all the employees
are Salem and Marion county peo
ple. Jlbst nil their .salaries nre fixed
by the state board; the secretary of
state audits nil bills; most nil sup
plies arc purchased jn Salem; the
hoard buys from heir old school
mates and Salem friends. Is it any
wonder that state taxes, are high!
"Th'e pngressive voters cannot
consistently vote for llr. Olcott be
cause he sii)Hirted Hnlph Williams
for national committeeman, coing to
the extent of wiring .Mr. Hynon, one
of the national committeemen ut the
Ilepublican Chicago national conven
tion to vote for Mr. Williams mid by
so doing lie helped nullify the will
of the lK'opIe expressed at the pri
maries'. ".Mr. Olcott cannot consistently
claim Republican suport because he
managed Governor West's campaign
and contributed u large sum of mon
ey to the campaign j'unri to ussis.t in
West's election. He was nt the time
assistant secretnry of the stnte dem
ocratic central committee, and now
asking the republican voters of the
state for the office of secretary of
state on the republican ticket.
CIT1' TUEASUItnit'S NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that thero
are funds on hand lu tho city treas
ury for redemption of tho following
warrants. Interest on samo will
cease .at dato of this notice
Warrant No. 1 on Lateral t, district
Warrant No. on Lateral 23, dis
GUS II. SAMUELS,
Dated Oct. 8, 1912.
Easy to Get Relief
Your stomach should dlgeut the
food yob eat,' without' the aid of any
artificial digestives. If It won't do
that, then you arc continually subject
to dyspepsia, Indigestion, heartburn,
headaches and constipation. '
Instead of taking dlgestl'vo medi
cines, take stops to get your stom
ach and intestines again In a healthy,
natural condition. Jayno'a Tonic
Vermifuge will do this for you If you
will take It regularly. It Is not u
digester of foods, but It will restore
your Htomach and intestines so .that
tfioy will attend to their natural
functions, digesting what you cat and
giving strength to tho body.
For moro than eighty years thous
ands of men and wo in on who had
suffered tho pains caused by dyspep
sia and indigestion have 'been prais
ing this Tonic uk tho only remedy
which brought them permanent relief.
As tho Tonic acts directly upon tho
stomach and Intestines, It Ih a nat
ural uppotlzor apd strength builder.
Many forniH of supposed indiges
tion are tho result of Intestinal para
sites, for which Jayno'H Tonic Vermi
fuge Is unsurpassed. Insist upon
Jayno's; aqcept no other. Sold by
druggists everywhere. Dr. 1), .Inyno
& Son, Philadelphia, Pa.
MAYOR SFJQEL ID
j ' HERE OCT! '17
, Kuril Seitlel, iw.nuivor of Alllwiiu-
koe, iotinlist cundulnte lor the viw
preHUniy of the, I'liilod Kloti, will
hpenk in MvilFpnl ()i,ll;ev I", n
coilliitf In fin Hiinutiiu'i'monl nufri
by (lie MtH'ialistS' lmml if lliis (!(y
Tutwdivj. An-'el"fir( lu 0t'iUv lliii
far MeiUnnl ftrilfd nt Tirxt lliii ''tltii
jloVnl s.oeinliUvKV)t it uuiiVlliey
j fiiinllv sm'ieetlciljn ii'uiimr liljiut '
Mr Seulol wfiii jinlioiinl (liinoT Vor
ril'nrms in .UKwtl,i't. lie it mlitiU
, llrtnl. uiaic and w itonlit a Inrye until
her will nvnil iIujium'Ivih ir an op-,
pm-lunilv to niei'r trim.
(Continued, ttom mr,ol.)
announced It would bo played off on
this field tomnriW
Til., unnw.. . .
K. II. PO. A. K.
0 1 2 5 1
.10 II 0 0
2 It' S 0 I
1 ,1? IS 1 1
I :t 2 4 0
oo i a i
,00 1 G 1
.00 0 0 0
0 0 11.1
0 0 110
Snodgrass, ,rf .
Doyle. 2b 1.,
Becker, cf .."....''4.
Murray rf-lf .v-..
Mnrkle' lb . XiX
Henog 3b ...,..'.,.
Meyers c ,
Fletcher ss ...,..,...
Wilson c -
Sim for ss xx .
Total C 1.1 :i;i 21 5
McCormlck batted for "Fletcher.
Shafer ran for Meyers.
It. it. PO
Hooper rf . ... 1 .1 3
Yerkes 2 b I 1 4
Speaker cf 2 2 2
Lewis If 2 .". 2
Gardner 3b .., . ...0
Stahl lb . ,....0
Wagner ss ..0
Collins p ....
Bedlent p . 0
Totals .'.'. ..G U 33 14 1
Summary: Stolen bases. Hoop
er 2, Henog, Gardner, Stnhl, Snod-
grass. Two base bite: Stiodgraas.
Hooper, Lewis. Threo base hits
Herzog, Murray, Yerkes, Merkle,
Speaker. Sacrifice hit: Gardner
Double play: Fletcher to Herzog.
FOR MEDFORD PEOPLE
Medford Citizens' Experience Fun
ulsli Topic for .Medford Discussion
The following experience occurred
In Medford. i A Medford citizen re
Similar experiences aro occurring
Medford people aro being relieved.
Getting rid of distressing kidney
Try Doan'a Kidney Pills the tested
Medford peoplo testify, Medford
The evidence Ih home evidence
the proof convincing.
Medford testimony la gratefully
Medford sufferors should heed It.
Mrs. Grace Skeotors, 0 W. Jackson
St., Medford, Oro.i says: "1 can rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills, pro
cured at Jlasklns' drug store, for
pain and stiffness In the back apd
other symptoms of kidney trouble.
This remedy rolloved mo when 1 used
It and I have been well ever since."
For sale by al dealerM, Price fiO
cents. Kosjcr-MIIburu Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for the United
Remember the namo Doan's
and take no otlidr.
A Change of Feature
Is often very deslrahlo, .cspoclally. by
elderly people Nothing effects this
change hotter, or gives n person a
young appearance- quicker, than a
now sot of tooth, should tho natural
onos ho lost. Wo can niako" from
ton .to twenty years(dlffjronco toypur
advantage, If you will lot us attend
to your toeth and eolcct for you a
now set of tho very bpst quality
Maybo It's what YOU need.
Oyer Danleli tor 'Du'd'g, Pacific
Phono 2528, Hojoe PUotie 3C2-K
liases on bulls; Off Hull I, lludloilt
1. lilt by pitched hull KtioiU:nin.
Struck out hy Miithewson I, 1'olllitn
r, by iwuiiutit .
llr IiiiiIiihs: '
4 1 r
l 3 0
iTILL ENEMY OF CRATER LAKE
v i , , -
5 Jj (CHtlnuud froiilPijgiiiej,
Vim state of Oregon, ill' Ih a groal
poker player only."
Mr. Selling dirlng tho Interview
hrnught nV the futhiot of tho I'ntu
hill Initiated bv tho Medford Trnrfle
Condemns Itatc lllll
"I read that bill over," Hinted Mr
Selling, "and It Is n very fair one on
Us face. Hut I dlsi'oxerod. during
r3 JC.i K 'C
Muffins can never be their best if made from lard and
soaked with grease!
Coitokm mufiinB arc light, dry nnd crisp, because Cottokno
heats to a higher temperature than butter or lard, without burnmir,
TRY THIS RECIPE FOR
Vi tabletpooni melted Cttttlext
iVz cups milk 1 tablespoon mgar
3 cups tided flour 1 teant iclipoon cult
1 egg 3 leatpooni baking pottder
Sift baking powder ami flour together)
add the Gtttsltuc, euar, egs and milk
(uio mote or lets milk according lo flour).
Woodrovv Wilson has refused emphatically to accept contributions to
his Campaign Fund from the Interests, from corrupting influences, from
any questionable sources.
He has given us, the Democratic National Committee, to understand
that he will go into the White House with clean hands or not at nil.
Who Is Getting The Money
of The Trusts?
So sure h.if been Wilson' stand, so well known bis Incor
ruptible purpose, th.it no private Intcrrais )mvc d.ircd to
approach cither our candidate or his Committee.
Wc have not been offered a penny by the trusts, and
we ccrtulnly have not solicited a penny from them. The
money of the Intercuts is bcinc spent agImt Wilson. No
matter for vhomwQ need nol discuss tli.it here it is now
common gossip that the money power ol the nation is being
used in an attempt to defeat Woodrovv Wilson,
What Is a "People's Campaign?"
Wc nre addressing ourselves to tho real freemen of
Amoriea, the upright, Progressive Voters ol the country
who arr doing the work of the nation and nut the work of
truits and bosses.
' We rr.tllic that the salvation of every righteous cause
rests with you.
Often this cry of a People's Party or a People's President
(s ralcd,by the very forrcs we seek to defeat and whom we
must andrwi defeat, Hut look to our standard and pur
Standard bearer HSuti decide ymirMilf a to ,wldqh is the
People's Campiigu and must, therefore, be louijht with the
Woodrow Wilson Has Clean Hands
Wimlrow Wilson Is the cleanest manjii national politics
lie rapic ol illtiMrioui forefathers, who laid hy blood and
heredity the foundation of it future President through kcii
eratlon after generation of upright record.
If Wilson is to he elected it must lie by clean money and
there Is only one sour.ee of such money from the voters if
the country who realise the importance of having u i;ovcrn
ment unlnfliii need ' in njjhty dollar,
Wilson'- handi . ' .
Will you uphold them
How Much Money Will You Givo?
How Much Can Yop Raiup?
There aro big campaign expenses to be met If wc are to
win on Ulertlon Pay In November. Wdmiwi tell the voteis
of the country about Wilson, what ho In, what he ha,u done
We must show them his record. Wo must show them his
platform. Wo must point out to them the fc,nre of lls
platform which menu so much to this na(iir This j;reat
work will oKt a lot of money, Wu mum meet I tut usual
heavy toll necessary to present , platform and a candldato
In a hundred million, ,
Your dollar, our t.r, your 810, your rJ0 Is needed, And
don't mlstake-wc want tho man who can only afford the
one dojlar, Wo need lilu. Wu need the woman who cm
"W. II. CailOll, Stjllo ('oiUmiKopiIIIUI, 0 wllOlll HllliHOI'lllliOllB 0X1 II 1)0 lllU1(lcl. jf proCoi'l'lKl
a cim vernal Ion with II. 10. Koulisliiiny,
ittuuMiil frolghl uncut of tin? Southern
Pacific, that It In full of dwidtftj'
will bo fatal to Medford and tlnothor
lowun or Oregon, U Is luititlitir In
Hlnimo of nbiiHOjof dm ItiltlnUvo."
Mr. Soiling wiui nuked todnffin hlti
poitltloti roliitlvo to national pollllex,
u niibjoct on which ho wn idloul for
ho long follnwiutt tho Chicago con
"I mil a Ktatulpiit lopubllciili. 1
liolltvo that Tuft not only Hhoutd ho
iCMilnMod hut that tho vyc-lfui'O of tlm
nut Ion doiuuiiiln It." , ,
BANDITS HOLD UP TRAIN
AND DYNAMITE SAFE
KOItr SMITH. Arkdifl. II. -Ilan.
tlils huh) up a uohIIioiiimI liulii ot
Hoc, OKIn , euilv todu,, lvntunii'il
I he sale in (he ovuie cur nnd Ion'-
cd llio tcitihlert'il mail pom In -
si'iigci's vvcic not nioli -vied.
The nmouiit ol' lo it lukcn I
et he"" ni'i'i tallied.
m0r Kmt . ?.iirsi4.2P"r"i
?T V, wJ,JAfia JtZ?
J&r Dieiible MiifCttis
and in cooking forms a
which Kluits out the fat.
OUtolctic h much more eco
nomical than butter or lard.
Made only by
It r i IJ44
68 PEOPLE- HEAR
Sl.l,v-i'ilil iianplo uullieioil ut I lie
Khliiloi'iiiiu Tili'Htlnv livening- ( noil
liouril A. I'3. riiii'K, Hull Mooso i'himII
ilnlo I'm' Uniloil Klnte himiiiIov, oul
llila tlul friiUlfloi oh wliloh lio4unil
llm voiiinluiU'r'ol' IiIh imily nofll fitjrt.
oorh h Nnvenilier. Mr. Clitrlf spnto
iii'iuly I wo limn. Hn wm Inlrmliiceil
bv llr. Ifnilf w'hllo A. K. Wine piv
Th' evoolug's pro)irnii wu npiiid
bv the uotlieui'it stiiuiuit )'Ouwurtli
(iilD-liiiM Snldimx" Ihhiik Iml hy the
; Mr. (lail, ii.i"il n ciiloitniului;
f Micnl(ir iiiul held his nudli'iu'o
V I r 'CI
i3 VS yA I
m-g -J) - m- P'
only ijlvc one, dollar. We believe lu this kind of loynliy
It's the kind that wlni
I.ct every one contribute to the Wnwlrow Wilson Cam
paign by the first null. Let's have as bif, a fund at the cor
poratlons can supply the otbt r iMrtls. Kur,the jn ople ,ufi)
mightier irn In mony than tho Cuinbiiiulloiu- wbtnlhcy
A Call To those Who Will Club
No live progressive voter cap do more for WM$otv'a eiyfo
than o head a list with Ins mrii t'iiHMbntlgn and tlisiiJn
have his fcllowwiirhers orid Iricnds swell li itil with
their names and money.
If you work In an ofurc or f.ietoiy, iijll, W.irdlmuso.r a
railroad, ranch or linn, start the ball rolllin;, l.ins up the
Wilson men. Sign up as many contrijmtlmui ai )tMi can.
And mall tu us,
How To Contribute To The Wilson
Campaign Fund ,
Sign the Coupon lu this corner nnd fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your money to this Coupon nnd
mail today to the address given ou the (.'oopnji,
litus all check, mnnny orders nnd addreti all contribu
tion tu 11, R. Crana, Vicn Cbiirninn I'fnxtieti Conunlltec,
Ioinocratlc National Conuuittoe, 000 Mielilgan Avonue,
Then write a letter to this paper giving your name aa a
contributor nnd stating your rcuoim why you bcllcvo
Woodfow Wilboii should he clerlid Piuidcnt of the United
.States. In this way you will lie llMul as n Wilson cmjtrj.
hutor. A Kouvnnlr Receipt, handsomely lilhngraphcd, ell
worth framing, will be kcut to you. Your letter will help the
fight by encouraging your friends,
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
ToC. R. CRANE, yjcnClnlf man l-irmntCoMiinlll,'
rh Dflmorr.llc NalluiUl Commlllev, 001) Mkl.l-jun Avenue,
Clilcti. I!inli. ,
An tullcwcr In llm pngrrivi Idonln if avarniiunt fpro
nniilrd In tlin camllilriry of V'l(iivv Wlon,(r I'trniUarit of llu
United HUt, nfnl In tin onil that li nmy tuka Ihrt olllfo frp.
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