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Lost the Game for Logan
And Riley's Pitching Were
Nationals, fivu; Logan, two;
earned runs, none for either that
opltomizos Sunday's game horo,
and the gontlo render may easily
picture tlio details. Riloy's pitch
ing vns a dream, and with proper
support the game would htive buon
Logan'B. Canty'swork at the hat
and bohind it was by oil odds the
feature of tho game. Three clenr
hits woro scored to his credit, for
three times at bat, and his catch
ing was perfect. Its diehoarkening
but hero's the way tho loathor
Janton hit und wud caught at
second in nn attempt to steal :
Brown and Miller struck out.
Webb and Dill struck out; Mc
Dermott grounded out, l'iorce to
llurk fanned; Pierce planted n
hot liner squ are into Stultz's hand ;
Mayer singled; Houston got first
on a fumble by Stultz, and Fran
cisco ditto by a wild pitch on Ii is
third' strlko; Iteinhart tlied to
Beck binglod; Stultz fanned,
Riley Hied to center, and Buntz
Junton's lly to right was mulled
by Dill; Brown got first on un un
Buccessfnl pluy of his grounder to
second; Miller grounded, MoDer
mott to Bock; Burk's grounder
pissod Book, scoring Janton and
Brown; a wild throw by Stultz to
Beck gave Pierce first, scoring
Burk; Pioroo died at second in
stealing ; and Mayor f mined, tho
Spencer hit, but was put out at
second on ni assist from short,
after Canty'a hit; Webb fouled to
Frunoisoo, aud Dill filed to sec
ond, KOUUTU INNING,
Houston ami Francisco struck
out; Rlioinliart'n- grounder was
thrown wild by Buntz, giving him
first; Janton singled, and Brown
lliod to Spencer.
MoDertnott llbd to Mayer; Heck
aud Stultz walked; Riley tlied to
short, and Buntz foulucl out to
Francisco, a good catch by the
Miller and Pierce fanned, mid
Burk'd hot luior was stopped by
" ' Bfr,((rm' ne-Jindeil cutoli,
, Arthur 'ked Canty Blngled;
cousin nV"1 t0 tn'rd tttul went
was on A Spencer dying In a
bo will mil? re in tho play;
hoO. U, eut' MU,er t0
Mayor singled ; Houstnti ground
od, Stultz to Book: Francisco
poppod n "longuor" toMcDormott;
and Rliolnhnrt was thrown out at
first, after three Btrikos.
MoDertnott grounded, Plorco to
Janton; Beck gavo a high fly to
Brown; and Stultz struck out.
Janton drove n low lly to (loop
ldft, which was misjudged by
Webb, giving hi in two bases;
Brown groundod to Buntz, who
played to Stultz, tho latter mulling,
and Jnnton got third, scoring on a
wild pitch ; Brown stolo socoud ;
Miller bunted out, Rlloy to Beck;
Burk filed to right, Brown scoring
after tho catch; Pierce was caught
out by Buntz on a lino lly.
Rlloy struck out; Buntz singled
and stolo; Sponcor got first on a
fielder's choice, and stolo, Buntz
scoring on a wild throw homo by
Mayor; Canty again hit safely,
scoring Sponcer; Webb was hit by
a pitched bull, and got second on
a fumble by Millor; Canty was
forced out at third on Dill's
grounder; and Webb was run out
by Francisco and Pierce, between
third and home.
Mavor grounded. McDormotfc to
(Beok; Houston struck out; and
Francisco groundod to Stultz.
McDennott Hied to Houston, and
Beck to Brown; Stiltz fanned.
Rhoinhartaud Brown struck out;
Janton singled, and win left at
first, Miller Hying to McDermott .
Riley and Spencer struck out,
Buntz grounding out, Pierce to
Janton, lb., .
Brown, rf . .
, 5 2
Miller, ss 5 0
Burk, If 4 1
Pierce, 8b 4 0
Mayer, ef-. ... 4 0
Houston, 2b.. 4 0
Francisco, c. 4 0
Rheinhnrt, p. . 4 0
Total.... 30. 5
LOGAN, aii is
Webb, If H 0
Dill, rf 4 0
McDermott, 2b 4 0
Beck, Lb 8 0
SMtltz, 3b ... 8 Q
Riley, p.k.... 4 0
Buntz, ss 4 1
Spencer, of. . . 3 1
Canty, c 3 0
Total.... 81 2
Score by innings:
12 3 4 5 0 7
Nationals 0 0 8.0002
Logan 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Stolen bases: Brown, Buntz and
Spencer. Sacrifice hits: Houston
and Webb. Double play: Pierce
to Janton to Francisco. Struck
out: by Rheinbart, 0; by Riloy,
12, Ba9e on balls: oil' Rheinbart,
3. Hii by pitched ball: by Rhein
bart, 1. Wild pitch: Riloy, 2.
Passed ball: Francisco, 1. Earned
runs: none. Umpire: Camp.
Time: 1 hr. 45 min.
Franchise at Athens
The Nelsonville, Athens and
Gloustor Traction Company secur
ed a franchiso for the use of'the
streets at Athens for traction pur
poses, and also at Trimble. This
completes tho franchises to be pro
cured from citlos and villages.
The company will now send a
representative east to close a con
tract for the bonding and building
of the road, and unless tho unex
pected happens, as sometimes does,
the road will bo an assured fact.
This muoh must bo said for the
Nelsonville, Athons and Gloustor
Traotion Co. : Tho company has
hung to the proposition from tho
very start, until all the franchises
have been procured, and all the
expense of doing this work have
been promptly met, without any
quibbling or disputing. This is
far better than any other company
seeking to enter the field has over
done, and wo believo the road will
be built. Buokey News, Nelson
ville. For Sale.
Good 0 hnrso power steam en
gine and new fiuo-boiler, All in
first class condition. May be teen
running at this ofllpo any day,
Reason for selling, will install gas
Foil Sack House and Lot, in
quire of J. J. Harwell, corner of
Second and Orchard streote, Lo
gun, Ohio, June 7 8 w
To Violator of the Antl
Knnsns City, Mo., Juno 22. In
tho United States District Court
horo to-day Judgo Smith Mc
pherson, of Red Oak, Iowa, passed
sontonco nn tho seven defendants
recently convicted in tho Court of
making concessions and accepting
and conspiring to accept rebates
on shipments. Judgements in tho
nature of fines were assessed as
follows: Swift & Co., $15,000;
Cudahy Packing Company,:r'15,000;
tho Armour Packing Company,
.$15,000; Nelson, Morris ic Co.,
$15,000; Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy Railway, Jfilfi.OOO.
Goorge L. Thomas, of New York,
was fined $0,000 and sentenced to
four months in the penitentiary.
L. B. Taggart, of New York, was
fined $1, 000 and sentenced to three
months in the ponitentiary.
The fine of $15,000 assessed a-
cainst tho Burlington covered all
four counts, the aggregate amoun't
of the fines iu the seven cases to
talling $85,000. Appeals wore
filed in each cuso and a stay of ex
ecution was grantod until June 20
until they could bn perfected.
The bonds in the case of Thomas
and Taggart were fixed at $0,000
each. These two men appeared in
Court personally, and upon being
sentenced promptly furnished the
required bonds. The bonds in the
case of tho packing companies and
the Burlington were fixed nt $15,000
Before sentence wns passed in
the various cases motions for new
trials wero made by John C. Owens,
of Omaha, and Frank Hugerman.
of Knnsas City, for the packers,
and by Judge O. M. Spencer, of
St. Joseph, upon behalf of the
Burlington Railroad and Thomas
and Taggart. All these motions
One other case, that of the
Chicago and Alton, and two of its
officials, hns been reset for trial in
The indictments on which the
various defendants were tried wero
returned in Kuiisub City by the
grand jury on December 18, 1005
Of tho 11 cases brought up at this
term, the Government has secured
seven convictions, one defendant
was acquitted, and three cases
Geo. L. Thomas, of New York, a
freight broker, and his chief clerk,
L. B. Taggart, whoso case was the
first to bo tried, were convicted of
securing rebates from railways on
shipments from New York to St.
Louis and Kansas City dry goods
concorns. At their trial several
prominent merchants, who admit
ted having signed contracts with
Thomas, testified to receiving nt
various times sums of money from
mysterious sourcos. Many thous
ands of dollars wero thus received,
and some of tho witnesses admit
ted the likelihood of it havingenme
During the past six or eight
years tiio Republicans have prom
ised to roviso tho tnrifi', but the
leaders have prevented any bill
from being considered by congress.
But now comes Leslie M. Shaw,
who bb secretary of tho treasury
has oharge of tho oiiBtoms depart
ment and should theroforo know
the intentions of Prosident Roose
velt, and deolaros that the tariff
will bo revised by its friends in
1000. That is a long time nhoad
and Shaw and the other Republi
can standpatters may change thoir
minds iu three yours as thev have
done boforo. Tho timo to reform
Is now by tho present congress.
Ab Secretary Shaw is spellbinding
on his own account and is trying
to dofoat Govomor Cummins and
the tarill' reform faction of tho
Republican party in Iowa and else
where his promises of reforming
the tarill' in 1000 must bo taken
with a' grain of salt, In all prob
ability Secretary Shaw will be a
private oitizen before that duto
and file promise of tarlil' roform is
therefore no more valuable than
that of any other voter,
It should not be considered pro
sumptuous to request Secretary
Shaw to bo a little more explicit
I in his promises. As one of the
J arrogant standpatters, who so fnr
has believed thnt the only way to
roVlHo the turill' Is to reviso it
higher, Secretary Shaw should tell
us his Bchemo of tariff revision.
Republican platforms hnvo prom
ised reciprocity for tho past twenty
yours, but tho reciprocity treaties
that MoKinley arranged with
many countries have never been
I ratified and aro lying in senate
pigeon holes presided over . by
standpatters. Jtis nlnln, there
fore, that if tho protection faction
of the Republicans, with whom
Secretary Shaw has always been
allied, are again entrusted by the
voters with another leaso of power,
they aro not to bo trustod to re
doeni their promises mnde boforo
election, judging by their refusal
to redeem theui iu the past.
The Economist, the orgnn of the
standpatters, subsidized' by the
trusts and combines which arc
fattening on tho present tarlil'
schedules, is denouncing every Re
publican who favors any revision
of tho tarill'. It brands reciproci
ty witli Canada and tho abolition
of the tnrifi' on hides and coal as a
Democratic plan to ruin the coun
try nnd any form of tariff revision
as the certain overthrow of pros
perity. Tho Economist advocates
the continuation of the prcsont
burdensome tarill' schedules, which
aro principally responsible for the
increueo in the cost of living 40
per cent since its enactment. The
Economist lauds Secretary Shaw
as the staunch friend of the taillf
system that has fostered trusts and
protected combines in plundering
the people. Secretary Shaw is
therefore discredited as a tariff re
former by his association with
those who believe such reform
would reduce their large profits
and make their watered stock
worthless. Would any sane busi
ness man trust negotiations for u
great change in his system of busi
ness to a known enemy of the pro
posed reform? After so ninny
promises and so many years of
non-performance can the Republi
can party be trusted to reviso the
tariff, especially when the "special
intoiests" fostered by protection
aro the principal purveyors of
boodle, without which Republican
campaigns would be- u vapory
vision and result in disaster to the
The retirement of some of the
Republican standpatters by their
own party shows tho drift of pub
lic sentiment on the tarill' of re
form. They seo that monopoly
breeds graft nnd that high protec
tion lias bred monopoly. The in
dependent voters are too well in
formed to be the tools of tho Re
publican machine and will in the
coming election for congress turn
to tiio Democratic party as tho
true nnd only tarill reformer!,
that can be trusted.
What Secretary Must Be.
"I have built a frame outlining
the kind of a man I want for sec
rotary and now what I want is a
man who will fit this frame," said
Governor Hnrris Saturday morn
ing. "I want ii mun who will be
loyal to me at nil times aud under
all circumstances and I want also
n man upon whoso judgment I
can rely. I want such a man with
out regard to whothor lie is a por
bonul friend, acquaintance or
stranger to mo personally. Sev
eral names have occurred to me
and many more hnvo been suggest
ed. The man that fits tho frame
best when I havo moasurcd them
all iu it will be my secretary. As
yet T do' not know whnt his name
is and will probably not bo ready
tocommonco applying the available
men to my frame before Tuesday."
It does not matter how lino the
quality is if the fitting is not cor
rect, it is positively injurious to
Bo suro to get both. Best
quality and correct fitting. If you
want comfort from oyo glasses or
Examination froe. Dr. Woist,
Ohio's loading Specialist for fit
ting glassos, is making regular
monthly yJBits to Loguu, Ohio,
and can be consulted at tho
rtcuipe! Hotel, Monday July Oth,
from 0 u. m. to 4 p. m. For near
ly twenty years Tho Fruuoo Me
dical' Institute physicians have
boon making regular monthly
visits to tho principal cities in
Ohio. Their long und successful
experience entitles thorn to the
full confldonoo of the alllicted,
SAVE YOUR SIGHT Have your eyes examined and tested by n akllled Optician. l)r, West of the
France Medical Institute Co., wilt EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. H glnHses are required he will fit
you 50 per cent lower than any other firm. We grind lenses to suit each person.
II You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability
V.'-iy Not Consult Froo an Experienced, Educated Specialist, who is thoroughly
oquipped with the nocossary appliances known to modern modlcul science?
It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist
Clitef Examining and Consulting Physician ot ll'O Kranre Medical Imtltutc Dr. WHtt Mill do more for you and Insure jierfect success and In the
(HORTCST Pf JJIBlt time olid you arc M no charges It lis falls to heal fills to cure, Not a PENH! ii lost to you It you are at nil dissatisfied.
1 would rather effect a -ureof a difficult case than receive
ablcsum of money. I believo In ' CU.'IINQ TO STAY CJTED."
Nothing Is PAIS by you ItnjIHns n done for j on. RESULTS COUNT; NOTdlNQ ELSE. You ret satisfaction. ou get cured or you are OUT NO HONEY.
The FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE CO., VISS Columbus, 0. ,KliKK
Logan John W. Woun and
wife to William M. Woun; part of
Lota 400 and 401; $300.
Porry Twp. George Creiglow
and wife to Eunice Judy; 78 u. in
Sec. 0 ; $2000.
Marion Twp. Mary Dnuben
uiier et al to Peter Wagner; 10 a.
in Sec. 17; $275-
Greon Twp. Daniel Green and
wife to Gcorgo Green; a. iu See.
Suit Creek Twp. Oliver A.
Hutchinson and wife to William
II. Orr; 40 a. in Sec. 18, and 10 a.
in Sec. 19; $!i05.
Green Twp. It. P. Wolf nnd
Frank Pickett to Joseph D. Myers
and Meda C. Poling; 10(5.82 a. in
Fr. Lot 8, Sec. 10; $1000.
Logan P. D. Sloan and wife to
Mary and Kate Kcssler; lu Lot
Ward Twp. John E. Real to G.
A. Aumiller et nl; tt a. in Sec. 80;
Millville Vernon Duplet and
wife to Amos P. Carpenter; Lot
73, Dupler'H Addition; $105.
Suit Creek Twp. John L, Davis
to Ida M. Davis; 17.78 a. iu Sec.
Ward Twp. V. A. Nye to
James Wilson and John Dowers,
Jr.; 1.25 a. in Sec. 19; $500.
Salt Creek Twp. Elmer E.
Kitcilion aud wife to Samuel aud
Maltha Rizer; 52A a. in Lot 4;
Salt Crook Twp. Ainos Francis
and wife to Lewis Smith; 40.87 n.
in Seo. 4; quit-clnini ; $150.
Salt Crook Twp. Henry Smith
and wife to Amos Francis and
Franklin Mooro; quit-claim to last
described premises; $275.
Salt Creek Twp. Franklin
Moore anil wife to Thomas Dothol;
quit'olahu to last described prem
Salt Creok Twp. J. L. Martin,
Auditor, to Thomas Dethel; 42 a.
iu Sec. 34; auditor's deed for $2.
Salt Creok Twp, John Elliott,
Receiver of Tho Elliott Paper
Company, to Thomas Dethel; 40
u, in Seo, 8; $125.
Murray City Sullivan Mnxwvll,
Guardian of William Maxwell, to
Charles A. Chatfleld; part of Lots
2 aud 8, Shield's Addition ; $250,
Falls Gore Twp, Parley Phelps
to Victoria. Phelps; Lot 7, Seo, 21,
and Lot 4, Sec, 25; also Lots 82,
38,89, 44, 45, 46, 47, 51, 58, CO,
00, Ul, 02, 08, 61, 05, 0(1, and 07;
Logun Jacob Keller and wife
to Harry F, Ambrose; tho eustliug until Oct, 81.
Monday, July 9th. 1906.
Hotel from 10 a. in. to 5 p. in,
Tho France Medical Institute SKSKSl'l&.V.SS:
j ear I wu huve been making regular monthly Tlitti to the prluilp! cltltiot
half of In Lots 48 nnd 10; $12,500.
Marion Twp. Charles Frasure
ot al to George W. Houston; quit
claim to 120 a. in Sec. 33; $35.
Marion Twp. William Frasure
to Geo. W. Houston ; quit-claim to
last described premises; $35.
Marion Twp. Mazy and Chnrles
Derr to George W. Houston; quit
claim to last debcribed premises;
Green Twp. William Ilerl and
svife to Andrew M. Marks; 10 n.
in Fr. Lot 11, Sec. 30; $200.
Green Twp. Christian Kreitz
and wife to Ollie D. Smith; 110 a.
in Sec, 19; $3100.
Logan Ciroline E. Hughes and
husband to Ida J. and Henry
Smith; the south jj of Lot 418;
Winno Lake Assembly, ticket
on sale to Sept. 30 al low excursion
rates, good for return until Oct.
31. See C. W. Seliwenkc for full
Fishing excursion rates tickets
to points in Northern Michigan
will be sold June 18 to Sept. 30,
good returning 15 days from date
JJexico City, Mexico, nnd return
$08 15. Tickets will bo fold June
24 to Jul' (5, good returning until
San Frnncieco, Oil., and return
June 21 until July (i, $71.00.
Tickets good returning until Sept.
Denver, Colo., and return July
11, 12, 13 and 14, $33.50 round
trip. Good returning until Aug.
4th of July excursions to all
points out of Ohio, half faro plus
25 cents where rati) does not exceed
$0. Tickets sold July 3, good re
turning July 5.
St. Paul and return July 28, 24
and 25, $23.15 round trip. Tickets
good for return until July 31.
Mexico City, Mox., and return
Sept. 2 to 13, $00.15 good return
ing until Out. 31.
Toronto, Out,, and return Sept.
13 to 10, $11.75 round trip. Tick
ots good returning until Sept. 24
und extension may be had to Oct.
Mountain Lake, Mil,, and return
Aug 28 to 31, $7.85 good return
ing Sept. 15.
Milwaukee, Wis,, and return
Aug. 10, 11 and 12, $11.20, yood
returning until Aug, 22.
Dome City, Ind., and roturn
Aug, 20 to Sept 8, $7.25 good tor
return Sept. 11,
ltounnke, Va., und roturn Aug.
12 and 13, $12,00, good returning
until Aug, 25.
Chattanooga and return Sept.
li ? '! 18, $11.85, good roturn-
Ohio. Otir lour riier!pMt'p.
the full confidence ol the allllcU'd. REFERENCES-Beit Bmki sad Itilltf l.ilmti
Mm f C.lumbuj. Men ami utnnpn who niuil treatment, lliul out wlit alii you.
Wnen tliu leal trouble Is known thnt la one half the cure. Not dollar need he
)Mld unleai rou are absolutely tutltlled l'i every particular that IJr. Weill will
keep lilr treeinent.
WHAT AILS YOU?
Throat, Lung, Nasal Diseases ?a,S!?".0
Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases p.V.mV: 1lu
Brain, Spinal and Nerve Diseases SSSlnS'jRiSft
'CMIepiy, Kill. I.VmulKla, Bi iktlr-a, IleiuWhes, Klerplekihtu, Dltilneii, ll.'aiu)
nd .Strvoun'hxliaujtlun. He , Micceiilully treated by our original method.
nViattir) orient Ourcoro tor Khcuniatliui li the inoit iucceiiful luowm
nil tui man sm , lm.diuii u-ieuee.
Young and Middle-Aged Men ZftHSStirFArSi;
ind Nem.ua Debility may call with confidence.
riconcnc nf Wnman After jca of oxperlcnro wc liaredlicoT
liacclOCa Ul iVUlllCH etK( tle uremcut lure kiiinrn fur o'-tauf
peculUr to theKex. I'nluful Mentru.:liiit, Sterility orUarrrnuein. Lc. -t)ii,
I'rurltK Ovarian nnd I'lliroM TiiiiimisI theeiirly Morh, en- , positives '.i--d
by ourinp lintl. Our treatment n jerfic'ly harnilijp mid nlly applied. .No
lrumllUtlnx exposure nn ixamliiatluii. Try It, mid jou will ixclalm like lm:.
dredi of others: "On, I ft cl like n. diflcreut moiii.ui."
Rupture and Varicocele E..Vr.''irKi".
mry. Ue cure and consult us before feng truULiui: elsewhere.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases FmTo'if.!:
der Knlargid rrnstnto, Frrquei t ai'd Dribbling Urination. It rrl no inula to
imploy an expert than to link jour life with an inexperienced phyilelan.
t!rrirt liriQ &ml K" I"" ' di'eaic O the urethia and proitale gland
OI.I lot 111 O cuted b our Medicaid lloUoie, u method uf treatment with
out pain or detentloL from business.
Syphilis or Blood Poison S?$ ToZer,lJPutloot
Not necessary to attend expomtve Snuimriuirs, Hiupltnli,. or Health Se
forts; our medicine!) and treatment can bo taken and vppllid at home. Kaeh
person applying for Medical Tne.t Tent to our vis ting physician or at the home
olllceH mid bring from two to four ounce of urine, which Hill receive careful
chemical ami mlcrmcoplcal ximluu(ioii. ComuHatlnn und Kxanilnatlun free
and itrlctly confidential. No namei publish d without written con. cm.
ALL CURABLE CASES
rtMiiarkahlp .LIN. unit orv at twri.a. iitlti. h. ti
Memphis, Tenn., and roturn
Oct. 15 to 18, $18.40 good return
ing until Nov. 80. See C. W.
Schwenke for particulars.
Itock Island and return $10.55.
Tickets sold Oct. 7, 8 aud 9, good
for return until Oct. 10.
Chattanooga and return $11.82,
tickets on sale Oct. 15, 10 and 17,
good returning until Oct. 30, but
may be extended until Nov. 30.
New Orleans and return $25.55,
tickets on sale Oct. 12 to 15 good
for return until Oct. 30 but may
be extended until Nov. 30.
Valuable Property for Sale
Having purchased the Dye farm
of 180 in the town of Logan, and
desiring to keep only nbout 20
acres same, will sell 110 acres in
cluding some bottom land nnd all
of hill and ridge imrt. Will sell as
a whole on divide. Soil is produc
tive and farm is in first cluss repair.
Would include at a low price all
of the building now on front part
of farm, so that purchasers could
alio rd to move same. If sold soon
would include growing crops.
Soo S. A. Collison, on farm, or
write me nt Diickhnnnnti, W. Va.
June 11, 4t. J. E. H. SINE.
Hii ty "I A iBfi
"I DIOPS" tulteii intornuUv. rids the blood
ot tUe poiuonoua mutter and acids wblcb
are tiio direct causes or inese uneaica.
ADDlled externally It arforda almost In.
taut relief from laln, while a permanent
euro Is being effected by purtfrliiK tuo
blood, dissolving the polsouous sub
stance and removing It from toe system.
DR. S. D. BLAND
or Ilrewton. Ou.. vf rlteat
'I b.d ixwia.uir.rcrloranumb.ref jis
with Luuib.no and lllieiiui.tliiu In m; arms
anil l.g, and trl.d.11 tbriiuell.tb.t leouu
galb.rlromiu.illcal vrorlu, and al.o cou.ult
nltli a nuinbar of tu. butt i' .Icl.iis, but fguaa
Dotblotr tun v.i. lb. r.ll.r ubulool from
SDituln." I .u.llrjr.icrllx Itluuir Lr.oUa.
(or rutumatlsut and kindred illnuas."
If you are sucterlnir with nbeumatlem,
Neuralsla. Uldnev Trouble or any kin
dred disease, write to u for a trial bonis
ot ' 6-1JIIOPS." aud lest It yourself.
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time vrltnout acqulrlne a ' dru bablt."
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alcohol, laudauum, and other similar
Lara ! U.ttle, S.UUOI8M (tU Dms)
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