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Here is a Special Bargain We are selling "WHISKET
made in 1910, pure (goods, at $2 a gallon.
Think of it, $4 grade fbr $2,
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
I havo tnado it my chief caijo neither
a to ridicule, nor to deplore, nor to cx-
ccrato, but to understand tho actions
of mankind. Spinoza.
J. FIFTY YEARS AqO IN J.
J (Commercial Tribune) J
j. (November 14, l$Gt.) .J.
i !! 4 T I I ii I 1 I4 I X I I
William Walking, "Captain of the
I'orty-soveuth Kontueky, was robb?d of
, . There wero seven packet arrivals yes
terday and tvclvo departurcs-r-St,
"Louis, Memphis and New Orleans one
etch; rsnshvillo two ami, l'ittsburg two.
Colonel James A. Wilson, Provost
'.rtr.,i.i - ai.T- .it..t..!.i 1 ! .....1 ....
iiiiiau.ii lur Lllf uiairiri, nun iiuvii ui
V-order revoking all furloughs and order-
'mg both ofliecrs and men to rejoiu their
'Miss Kmily Burnett, ilnughtor of the
- famous humorist, made her debut at
Mozart Hall, rendering several Ming
with guitar accompaniment.
Cold was quoted in New York at
$2.12 with sales slightly higher. The
local grain, markets were firm. Wheat
$2.2.'5, corn $1.25, oats 78 cents, and
, . flour f!.2.'5.
All this fuss about the foot and
mouth disea.-e appears to have 1 ben-
f efieial effect 011 the personal habits of
Cows. . Reports from Chicago show a
surprising improvement in buvinr
cleanliness. The saiii is narticnlarlv
'?U. noticeable on' the farms belonging to
Tho cows owned by Arthur Meeker,
?of Armour & Company, huve taken to
. tho foot bath. No member of the herd
goes to bed or gets up in the morning
. without this delicate ablution. Joseph
-!M. Cudahy's cows, we aro told, go still
f urthgr, and brush their tojajti twico a
J day. At least, they submit to the cer
" cmony. A revolving brush has been
rigged upon an old horse clipping ma
chine, and every cow walks up .like a
jlady and has her molars scrubbed with
V nn nntismitle. snliitinn until nnv "Grin
s ' . ; . ... .
cievcr cnougn 10 escapo aniiiiianor. may
bo said to deserve his or her im
munity. 'Mrs. Scott Durnnd adds to tha ef
fectiveness of tho pasteurizing cam
paign by thoroughly disinfecting ev
ery human being that has anything to
do with her cows. This doubtloss has
a peculiarly refining effect upon the
character of tho lady cattle. What
cow has not, at some tlmo or other,
boen offended and shocked by the pres
ence of a stableman in a soiled collar,
or a milkmaid with unpolished nails.
1,271,443 SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Frank W. (Miller, Stato Superintend
ent of Public Instruction, has an
nounced that there are 1,271,413 schopl
children in Ohio this year, or 25,543,
moro than half, 051,897 aro boys and
010,55!) aro girls. Tho statQ will pay
to school districts $2,542,880, or f2 for
PKAlItL WHITE AND CRANE WIL-
1 rum txt
ERILS OF PAULINE. '
"ins "brother bill."
?"" Two-nart Lubin Drum 11.
IltENb' BOYLE in
'THE COUNTERFEITER'S PLOT."
Maysville Tobacco Met i
SfcOPENS DECEMBER ttlrgsa
The Central Warehouse Go. I
invites Tobacco Growers everywhere to attend and 5
make "THIS HOUSE" Headquarters. J
We will receive Tqaqco an,y jjay ajicr Q.ec ist. g
Send in a load lor our opqnAng sale,
J L CRISP, lute Ma". C. H, JMIES, Sales Manager.
R. L TURNER, Trtafurir. A. M. PAUY, AMtiMNf.
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.J. IN OLD KENTUCKY .J.
C. 1). Shellmun has a plot of ground
something less than ono hundred feet
squaro on which he grow six pumpkin
vines. From theso six vines ho has
gathered nlnoty-flvo gigantic pumpkins
for the winter, besides using a number
for tho tablo and giving to friends.
There has been so everlastingly
much talk of elections during tho past
iow months that wo got off our trolley
Jast week and said an election for
county oilicers would bo held next year.
Wo wero mistaken thank heaven as
wo will miss that ordeal.
Our popiftur and esteemed fellow cit
i7en, Mr. W. 11. Millor, reports n gourd
ino HO feet long in this way: The
original stalk separated and one part
went south and tho other went north,
and from tip to tip was a distance of
1 10 feet. He plucked from this gourd
ino 101 flue long-handled gourds.
Lieutenant-Commander Max B. llor
ton of the English submarines i" an
enthusiastic motorcyclist. And in
times of peace he spends much time
01 the two-wheeler.
Joe INIcr of Quincey, 111., tho motor
ivclo glolle trotter, has not given u
the 30,000-mlle world tour which h
had planned for this fall, but e
pects to sturCout as soon as the Iu
ropc.in troubles arc settled.
"I now get more business in this
territory than anyone over did bu
lore," says Elmer Riley, a .saleiman
af Atchison, Kas. Riley has reconth
purchased a motorcycle, and says that
on it he can make as high as thirty
towns a dny.
Tile Canadian government has or
ilcrcd 500 American motorcycles to
equip tho dispatch riders of tho troops
they are raising to send to England.
Peoria, III., is planning to leave
nothing uudono to laud the 1015 cou
ention of tho Federation of American
Hob Perry, tho winner of last year's
300-milo motorcycle race at Savannah,
is expecting- to again take part in a
similar event on Thanksgiving day.
Get your Hunting Liccnso before
you go into the field, and avoid tho
possibility of arrest.
A AA A A A A JA A A A A A A A
.J. LUKE I45LUKE, SAYS A
A " " " A
A AA. A A A A AA A A A A A A A
Whon a man starts to go to the
devil ho nearly always takes a woman
ning with him.
Twenty-five years ago if n man wore
a silk hat in tho day tlmo everybody
in town Know that ho was a "Profos
sor" who demonstrated Electric Salve
or Indian Sagwa and formed a parade
behind him. 'But a man can wear one
nojvadays without starting anything.
In all tho nasty mess of divorce scan
dals and njllnity killings it certainly is
a relief to sue a husband and wife who
aro in lovo with each other. And there
are a few of them loft in tho world.
(A man can havo a fine tlmo telling
what ho intonds to do. A. woman can
have a good tlmo telling what she used
"Oh, sny, mother, I don't want 'em
manicured," protested tho boy who
waB going to n party. "Shiny nails
nro awful sissy. Why, Dill's novor
had his nails polished, and he said to
mo Just yesterday that he'd never
heard of anybody having to take a
bath overy day except me. I've asked
every boy In this block and thero
nln't a single follow who has to tako
a bath moro'n once a week. Now I've
got to take an etra ono this after
noon on account of Mnybello's party!
Gee! I don't want to go to her old
baby doll pnrty.
"Say, mother, havo I got to go?
Well, I think It's mean having parties
on Saturday. I wish I was lame, so
I couldn't dance, and then no girl
Would want mo to her party. I don't
see why the girls aro always having
"You say you're going to glvo mo
ono to return all this hospertallty!
Oh, say, mothor, please don't. I dpn't
see wha,t I've done that you're golng
to glvo mo a party. If you only won t
do It I'll bo more enreful about my
English and I'll clean my nails and
scrub my teeth every morning with
out your reminding mo. I will, hon
est. Why, if Bill know I was going
to have a party he'd guy mo terrible.
"There's no use training me up for
society, 'causo I'm going to be n gold
miner. 13111 knows about a mlno out
in Noma or Nevada that's awful rich.
Thero's old nuggets as big as foot
falls and ho and mo I mean I and
him aro going out thero as soon as
we'ro 1G. There was ono fellow who
went out "when ho was only 15 going
on 10, and now ho's a millionaire.
"Well, anywny. if I do havo to go to
college first beforo I'm a miner, I'll
be a athlete. No society for me, moth
er, bo I don't sco why I can't cut out
parties and dancing school.
"That brown stuff on my hands? Oh.
that's tho mahogany stain Bill and mo
nro going to put on my model aero
plane. I was Just trying It. Ain't It a
swell color? Of course. It won't como
oft easy or It wouldn't bo any good,
BUI was coming over this afternoon
to work on tho aeroplane. He'll bo
awful soro when ho finds out that you
mnde mo go to a party. Bill hasn't
got any mother. Sho died when ho
was a kid a few days old. Of course.
It was an awful sad loss ti Bill, but
ho Is real bravo about It. Ho says his
father wouldn't know If ho didn't take
a bath for a month. His father be
lieves In letting Bill grow up Indepen
dent and develop his ow.n character,
that's what ho says. Oh, yes, BUI
takes a bath real often. I didn't Bay
"Oh, say, mother, do I havo to wear
them silk stockings and pumps? I
hopo BUI won't bo anywhere around
when I start to the party. I don't
caro If Aunt Julia did glvo 'em to mo.
I'd rather Bhe'd given me Bomo
leggings or a pair of ico skates. I've
got to go to boo Aunt Julia next Sat
urday! Say, mother, It's awful mean
tho way my Saturdays go. BUI and
me I mean I nnd BUI ain't that
right? Well, thon, us we was going
to finish tho aeroplane and make an
other model all by ourselves, and now
If I've got to go to Aunt JulIa'B I don't
know when I'll havo tlmo for any
thing. "No, I hnven't written to grandpa
yet. Of course not. With all them
partes and calls on Aunt Julia I don't
havo a mlnuto to write letters. I
guess If grandpa knew how my tlmo
was spoilt ho wouldn't expect mo to
wrjte to thank him for that Jackltnlfe.
BUI says It's a pretty good knife and
ho's goln to get n man ho knows to
sharpen It for me. Tho man used to
bo his father's hired man when they
kept a horse, before Bill was born, and
he's such nn old friend of the family
that he'll do it for nothing. So even
If you don't think BUI Is a good com
panion for mo, you can see what a
valuablo friend ho Is.
"Oh, say, mothor, I hato that sissy
tie! Can't I wear my old dark bluo
ono? No, I ain't chewing gum. I Just
happened to havo a little In my mouth,
but I wasn't chewing It. I never chew
It since you told mo not to tho last
time. But I've got a Uttlo on hand
that I thought I ought to use up, so
I Just put it In my mouth onco In a
"Lemmo comb my hair myself,
mother. I can part It straight. Say,
did you hear that? That's Bill's
whlstlo, Lemme go to tho window
and holler down that It's all off with
tho aoroplano work today, for I'vo got
to go to a party.
"Say, mother, what do you think?
Bill's all dolled up In a lot of now
Clothes and ho's going to Mnybollo's
party himself. Wouldn't that freeze
you?" Chicago Dally Nows.
THE BABBIT PERIL
Pooplo should bo caroful In regard to
tho rabbit proposition. It is said they
aro dying in great quantities. Health
authorities nro warning the people
against using thorn as food. In fact,
several cities aro quarantined against j
thom. It Is clulmod they inoculate the
human boiu with diphtheria,
WAVED FAREWELL BY PROXY
After This, Who Shall Say English
Business Man Is Not Full of
Tho other morning, ns a departing
transatlantic steamer was casting oft
its lines and swinging out into tho
stream, an elderly business man hast
ily embraced a lady who was ono of
tho passengers, and rushed down the
gang-plank to tho wharf, says tho Lon
Going hurriedly up to a melancholy
loafer who was watching the busy
crowd,' the gentleman drew him behind
a ptlo of baggage and said:
-"Want to earn a shilling or two?"
"You bet I do."
"You sco that lady In black on tho
bridge there?" Bald tho elderly ono.
"Well, that's my wife going nbroad
Now, of courso, Bho'll expect mo to
stand hero for tho next 20 minutes
while tho steamer is backing nnd fill
ing In, waving my hnudkerchlof and
wntchlng her out of sight. D'ye see?"
"I do, sir."
"Well, I'm too busy to humbug nbout
lwe; stock to buy, biz to attend to
She's a little near-sighted, so I'll Just
engage you to wave this handkerchief
instead. It's a big ono, with a red bor
der, and ns long as she sees it slio'll
think It's me. Come up to 202 Bangup
street when they are well off, and I'll
pay you "
"S'posln' she looks through a tele
scope, or somethln'?"
"In that caso you'll havo to bury
your face in the handkerchief nnd do
the great weep act."
"That'll be extra payment."
"All right. Time Is money. Look
sharp, now. You can kiss your hand
a fow times nt, say, a penny per kiss."
And closing his watch with a snap,
tho overdriven business man rushed
HISTORIC- FIND IN PALESTINE
Chlcnj-onn Reports Discovery of Floor
of Church Dating From Third or
Dr. George L. Robinson of flio Mc
Cormlck Theological seminary, who
has returned to Chicago after a year's
study of ruins In Palestine, reports
tho finding of an ancient mosaic Hoor
one mile south of St. Nebo.
"Tho floor was discovered by an
Arabian farmer -who dug Into the
earth to build a foundation for a
barn," he said. "Tho floor was In
ono of the early Christian churches
nnd was built In tho third or fourth
"Flowers, animals and Greek In
scriptions nre Inlaid In most artlslfc
manner. "The mosaic is In a perfect
state of preservation and looks as
though It might have been laid yes
terday." Vs a result of his studies Doctor
Uoblnson has come to the conclusion
that the true Kadesh of Moses and
tho Israelites is properly located at
Aim Kadees. Doctor Robinson said he
believed that tho Catholics wero cor
rect in their contention that Zlon is
located on tho southwestern hill ol
Jerusalem nnd that Calvary is under
neath tho church of tho Holy Sep
American Invasion of Canada.
Ono hundred years ago an American
forco of 720 men, in command of Gen.
Duncan McArthur, penetrated 200
miles Into Canada and captured nu
merous prisoners and largo quantities
of war supplies beforo beginning tho
return to Detroit. The rnld was a
part of a bold plan projected nnd part
ly accomplished by General McArthur
with the object of conquering upper
Canada, and tho total success of
which was prevented only by tho fail
ure of tho forces of General Irard to
co-qporato with him. General McAr
thur was a distinguished soldier of
tho War of 1812 and at the time of
his daring raid he was In command
of the Army of tho Westr In later
years, following tho cIobo of the war,
he servod as representative in con
gress and ns governor of Ohio. His
death occurred nt his homo near Chil
llcotho, O., In 1839.
For Study of Aeronautics.
Thero nro already six great aoro
dynamical laboratories scattered
throughout tho world. The oldest of
theso Is that directed by Doctor Rla
bonchlneky, at Koulchjuo, in Russia;
next comes that of M Eiffel in Paris,
a private Institution whqre this fa
mous engineer has carried out re
search work of Inestimable value for
years past. Paris possesses another
laboratory, planned on an ambitious
scale, founded at St. Cyr through the
generosity of M.-"Doutsch and con
trolled by tho University of Paris. At
Rome there exists a well quipped lab
oratory belonging to tho Italian avia
tion corps, and finally there is tho
admirable aeronautical section of tho
national physical laboratory at Ted
dington. Steel. Barrels for Russia.
Ono of the Eurppean orders which
tho war has sent to this country has
boon obtained by tho Pressed Steel
company of Sharon, Pa. It Is from
tho Russian government, and Is for
100,000 steel barrels for uso In tho
Russian and Gallcian oil regions, and
tho best part of It is that hundreds
or thousands or tiioso barrels aro
needed, and havo hlther'.o boen ob-
tnlned In Germany. Tho Sharon con
corn wJH run day nnd night for many
weoks to fill this order, which, It Is
believed, will bo rollbwcd by many
.M At. . J
HEROES DEVELOPED BY WAR
Terrible as Is the Battlefield, lit Brings
to the Surface Man's GiVeat
Hateful as wor Is and utterlty abhor
rent to the Christian mind, we must
yet recognize tho fact that lit brlnga
to tho surfaco as nothing else Aan cer
tain heroic qualities In man that tho
whole world admires. And Urn great
war has already been prolific I of he
roes. What Is a hero? He is omo who
does his duty fearlessly, as ho tjees It,
with all tho onergy, ability, powW and
enthusiasm at his command. AtlLlego
a German officer, directing his mien In
the trenches, fell shot In the
At once tho others came to him,
to help. Ho waved his hand.
no," he said, "I havo got my acco
go forward do your duty." A
died a hero. Prince Frederick of
Llppe, leading his command, received
a bullet in his breast. He knelv It
to bo a mortal wound, but wlthl his
last ounce of strength ho sprang I for
ward, grasped the regimental ntan
dard, which was In danger of b&ing
taken, and shouting, "Save the flak!"
fell to rise no more. Many Incidents
of individual heroism like these lire
told of bpth sldos, and they relievo tho
somber tragedy of war. Many undis
tinguished heroes went to their deflth
at Namur, Charlerol and other batnlo
fields in Belgium and along tho bonier
from Mons to Muelhausen, and at tlte
great battle In Lorraine, where 300,0I0
fought on either side. The story Is
told of a number of students of Liege
university who had volunteered for
military service. There was an ex
amination to bo hold, but a greaA
battlo had already begun. It was a
first purposed to abandon tho examl
nation, but with a unanimous vole
tho students and faculty decided that
it should go on. "Tho examination
took place," relates the correspondent,
"and then the candidates trooped from
the hall to tho battlefield, where many
of them lay dead a fow hours later." i
SECURED HER FREE TICKET
Clever Ruse Practiced by Los Angeles
Woman to Get Transportation
A woman obtained a free ticket to
Chicago yesterday by a novel method
of extortion. Sho called ono of tho
managers of down-town department
Btore to the telephone.
"I've got tho smnllpox," sho snld. "It
doesn't Bhow yet, but I havo It. If I
can get to Chicago I can get all tho
help I need, but if I stay hero I shall
havo to go to tho county pestliouse. 1
want you to send me a ticket to Chi
cago, and If you don't I'm coming tc
your store, get sick thero, and you
will have to quarantine tho whole
Then she detailed her plan to es
cape detection. Sho demanded that
tho Btoro manager should givo the en
velope containing the money or ticket
to a messenger, tho first messenger to
glvo it to a second, who would meet
the first at Sixth and Ollvo streets,
and tho second would glvo the envel
ope to a thlijd at Fifteenth and Ver
Tho department storo notified tho
pollco and then consented to tho wom
an's demands. Tho envelop was
turned over to a messenger boy, who
callqd. The pollco followed him to
Sixth and Olive BtreetB, where a soc
ond messenger awaited. They fol
lowed tho second boy to tho Vermont
meeting place. Tho pollco wero In an
automobile. Tho third messenger had
a motorcycle. Ho dashed up Vermont
avenue, turned cross-town, nnd circled
back, camo into town, dasjjed through
a congested crossing, and disappeared
In tho traffic while tho pollco motor
car was delayed at tho crossing. Los
Vlrnlnla Only Producer of Rutlle.
Virginia produced all the American
output of rutllo In 1913, nccordlng to
tho United States geolqgloal survoy,
tho deposits being located at Rose
land, Nelson county. During tho year
the company which controls and
works these doppslts produced 305
tons of rutllo, valued at about forty
nlno thousand dollars.
A largo part of tho rutllo produced
In 1913 was usod In tho manufacture
of titanium carbide electrodes for aro
lamps. A part of tho llraenlte fpund
In tho deposits and soparated by
means of a magnetic separator has
boon sold for use In making electrodes
for electric lights, and tho experi
ments with tho electric furnaco point
to the possible use of Umonlto In tho
direct production of tool stool.
Booth Tarklngton'o Long Climb.
Although Booth Tarklngton, the
Hoosler novelist, tqday Ib on,o of
America's literary successes, ho Und a
long and difficult climb to his pres
ent position. Mr. Tarklngton him
self is responsible for tho statement
that tho financial rewards of tho first
live years of his literary endeavors
amounted to just $22.50, or a Uttlo
ovor four dollars per year. Ho re
fused to be discouraged, bowovcr, and
now his lncomo from serial rights and
book royalties puts him up near the
head of tho street called Easy.
Qettlng Even With the Teutons.
A little boy in England, according
to a letter received slnco tho war
began, has a pocuUay brand of pa
triotism, lit had hqard ijia uaclq
complain because tho Kovernrqent, has,
seized his, horses. ' "tea," ti ie
yownsier, ,anu 1 aow iay -
tMrom ay;,Jiwietot.,t!iW for UtJ.QarMMi',i
Lt-U ..u Al. . rL.1
It is against tho law to hunt with
out liccnso, and all persons intending
to hunt should tako out a liconc.
Ben lire of Olntiurnla rr C'nlarrli Tlml
at meroury wllliurely destroy tbe innae of tmell
and completely derange the whole system when
entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, us the damage
they will dots tenfold to tho good you can possi
bly derive from thorn. Kail's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactned by P. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0.,oon
tains no mercury, and Is taken tntornallr, acting
llrectlyupon the blood and mucous SD'cesof
the system. In buying Uall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you got the genuine. It Is taV en Internally
and made In Toledo, O., by P. J. Cheney A Co
Sold by Druggists. Prlce75 per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pllltf oroonstlpatlon.
DR. E. Y. HICKS
HOURS 9:30; 12 j 1:30; 4
216Vi Court Strcot Phono 101
JOHN W. PORTER.
Olllco Phono 37. Homo Phono 00.
17 E. Second St., Maysvillo, Ky.
Look and See Why You
Should Buy Oysters
Because they aro cheap, healthy and
They hao no bones to throw away.
They havo no fat or waste.
They aro all meat.
They are good.
Theso are oaly .1 fow of tho facts
about ousters, and tho price is not high
and wo havo arranged with tho best
.-drippers in Baltimoro for fresh shucked
nstcrs to arrive hero daily.
I Givo us jour order and seo what a
tfelicious fl:ior there is in fresh oysters.
I QUALITY GR0GERS
J. 0. CABLISH
When You Need Anything in the Line of
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CUT GLASS,
Get the best. We will furcish vou
above for a price that will be satisfactory to you. In Clocks, wu
handle the Seth Thomas and the New Haven, the ery best Clocks in'
the world. In Cut Glass we handle Libbey's, without an equal. In'
Sterling Silver we handle Gorliam Manufacturing Company, Whiting
Manufacturing Company and Towle's line. In Watches, Howard,
Elgin, Wnltham, Hamilton, Illinois and Dueber-IIatupden; can't get
any better. Jewelry of the leading ptul best makes.
P J. MURPHY,
JC. EVERETT 4 CO.
?. T5-T fr:!. s:::
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that this present crop of tobacco is tho largest x-
and best ono ovor grown in Mason
I Now that you havo your part
donl't tako the chance of losing It
LET US INSURE
Wo represent the largest and
anco Companies doing busiuess in Kentucky.
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Fancy New Orleans Molasses
I am rccclriug Dally Seal Shipped
ity and alwayslhandlcd in-tho most Sanitary Manner, They aro flno this yoar
and prices realioablo. In a fow days I will bo receiving Fiao Michigan Po
tatoes tho verl- best that comes to this market. You will mako no mistake
if you; buy yourj Potatoes of 1110. My purchases of fall and winter goods arc
coming ovory diy ond in a very short tiuio my stock will bo full and com
ploteJcoji8ts.tlng lif every article in my lino, of tho very best. Vogotablos jind
Fruits of all klnlls, aud of tho very best always iu stock. Prunos, Kvaporatod
Peaches, Raisins, Currants, Gltroa, Dutos, Figs, and overy articlo In that lino;
In fact, ovorv articlo and of tho very best, usually found in a storo of tho
kind 1 ruu. A biu supply of Apples, Orauges and Loaiona always in stock, ami'
dqn't forget that
sell both wholesalo
k a ibb inr 1 rjiinnii iik'iii i'k-
Old papers 5 centh a hundred at Tho
Guess Hbw Many
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22 WEST SECON STREET,
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Wo make a specialty of lar; l contracts,
Olllco and barn East Frdjk Street
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Heciuid Floor Rtnxoiilc Trnile,
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NlM-4'lnl Addition to llCH'
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leniiltnct. l.'t K Third St Telt
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with any of the nooris mentioned
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