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Mr. Cl)d Spencer it reported
Old newspapers, 5c (or a bij
bundle at 1 11 e fmiUNK oflice.
Tit a Thibunk telephone it No
5a. St-nd in your items by tele
phone. Our icr men are taking advan
tage of iliu cold and laym ia
suppl) f ice
Hereafter I will he in my denial
office from Tuesday noon to Sun
day noon. Dn. Slater.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Miller of
Jefferson City are here visiting
her I'ai'n's Mr. and Mr. Jicob
M tor. 1 .
h:r. 1 - O .--
oil- r 1 ) ci t
-? ituriied to his
: , Kan., Sund i ,
vi;t to his brotiur,
J J" M 'a.
is now acting as baggageman on
the Missouri I'acific between Jop
lin and Kansas City.
Mr. J M Wheatleyltom Rural
route No. 1, was in the city Mon
day trading and made the Tut
lii.vL office a pleasant call.
11. A Koce has been confined
to hi home for about a week with
a threatened case of pneumonia,
but is reported as considerably im
proved. Mr. Fred Uarvey of Kansas
Cilv, came down Monday noon on
a short visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. V A. Harvey returning
A letter from Mrs C. D, Win.
cliell says Lawton reminds her of
Kich Hill about twenty years ago.
The push and energy displayed
reminds her of Rich Hill when she
Erst saw it.
Mis Mrtle Armsworthy, dauh
ter of Mr. and Mrs V. W. Arms
worthy of Arcadia, Kan., it ia the
city visiting Misses Agnes and
Barbara Twaddle and other friends
Sne look dinner Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. A. Kuhn.
We call special attention to the
letter of Tat (J' Hare in this issue.
P t rather likes a "big stick" and
his atticle in lavor of reducing the
river overflow to a minimum is a
regular '-big stick" in the argu
ment of the question.
Saturda morning the thermo
meter ranged Irom lour, to twelve
degrees below zero al 7:30 a. m.,
and 00 Sunday morning (com
eight to sixteen. The differences
being occasioned by the location of
the instrument. These mornings
were by far the coldest of the sea
son and catua laii in lull accord
with Hicks' almanac, at. did the
now storm that ptecceded them.
Gatland C Turner, who lived
near Kocksill incc l.vSi . died at
hi home near that city, Jan. to,
1905, in the seventieth year of hit
ngc. He wa universally loved and
respected in the community where
he lived, for hi upright Chrivtiau
ctiMimler and active public spirit
Dick Npitlcr and 'Snowball"
IHcdoc b4 a little scrimmage
at the Taimage hotel Sunday
morning in which Ulcdsoe drew
first blood and paid for it ia Judge
Shrppard's court Monday morn
ing. He was Uttr arrested on a
stat" warrant and taken to Dutlcr
Ce il Ames, son of Dr. anJ Mrs
L. L. Ames, who is a student at
Itakei 1'imersity at Haldwin, Kas
stand, A No. 1 in his class. His
grade card shows that in the ex
animations at the end c( the (all
term he passed at the too mark in
all his studies. Good enough (or
a Rich Hill boy.
A daily ii r fir f 1 00 a yeur t
mulct iiliiK the public baa long uVlr
t-d. Tin.' Chicago lUlly F.vvk'w,
(1. lilildil f.inilly daily Kiting nil tin
portant news, mnrki't rvKrt nnd
ninny ii(rvKtlnu: depart men ta for
nu ll, women iiinl ehtldrvn, I ml to
sujItwrltM-r for f 1 n year, 71 cent
tor i luoiillm. .V) eeut lor 3 month.
NuImmtIIr titlay, uddrv, Tlw Chi
cuiMi lu'il Co., 'Jsi Coca-Cola
JfuUdluir. flK-ai'D, lno'J,
Uncle Ike Neat was 111 the city
Nevd Porter has returned from
Mi Sylvania Williamson it vis
iiinp friend in Nevada.
J. A. Andrrion took a business
trip i Kansas City Monday.
Mr. J. K. Maitin made a hort
visit to Foster the first of the week.
Attend the musical at the Walnut
Street M. E. Church on Friday
niieht Ot next week.
Mr Wm. Vouard, of the water
works station, spent Saturday and
Sunday in the city visiting friends.
II. G. Spraker is at home from
Effingham, III., where be has been
attending his father who is Qti!l
D. W. Dryden, one of recently
a.q tirid Republicans, will read tl.e
I kill'N'e next year, and alo send
it to a triend away up in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Ward were
Jin the city Monday doing some
hopping. Mr, Ward called on the
Tribune. We are always glad
to see our friends.
While City Clerk Jones was en
gaged in thawing out gas pipe Mon
day evening, an unexpected explo
sion took place. Luckily for Mr.
Jones he was only slightly burned.
The Epworth League of the Wal
nut Street M. E. Church held an
interesting business and social gath
ering at the home of Mrs E L.
lRK- on the South Side, Monday
WANTED YOUNG MAN Irom
I'.ati-a county to irvpare for dtIr-
able (KMltton In tlovt. Mall Service.
Salary fVW. Ilnpld promotion to
fllOO. Splendid opportunity. Ad-
drv8 Box One, CVdar Ilapldn, la.
The fourth number cf the Ep
worth League lecture course, the
musical, will be held in the Walnut
Street M. E. Church, on Friday
evening, January 7. You should
not miss it. Admission 25c
The Royal Neighbors of America
are preparing for a "royal" good
time at their meeting on Wednes
day night ot next week. Tbey
have several new member to initi
ate, add will also inftall their new
officers. Every member hould be
How Abide With Me" Came to
Henry Franc! Lyte.nuthorof that
matchlea coiupoeltion. "Abide wltb
Me," lor twenty year waa a auffer-
trfrom connuiuptlou. Hurine tui
time he wa the uiloUU-r over a par
ish cotupoaed largely of tlblxrfolk In
a count town of Lngtand lit lubor.
ed faithfully uluou hla ivoplcytt
be alwuy longv-d to do aoun tLlus
that would hove an Influence lor the
ifood ol humanity after hi death
a lotiKlntf whkh found fpri'Mtoii In
a Ix-fiuttful piwin. Tlie lory of how
thta dlre ramc to fultUI.il thro'
wrltlnf 'Abide with Me" U rrlatiM
In the February tVltneator. lu an lis
terewtlnir. pnp-r by Allan huthcriniid,
Klvlug the history mid romance el
the In 111 011 liyuin.
"In the outuiuu i( 1(7 Ida phxid-
rUn tnfortnetl Mr. l.yto that It
would U nt-osiiry for him to rx ltu-
iuih hi work mid apetid tlie win
ter In Italy. When the lat SiMihath
of hi stay In I'.ntctand (S.-ptemlxT .".
ltT) arrived. ho determined topn-ach
once more to hi little f1x k niul to
o U liratu w ith them the I-ord' Nu-
ln-r. In i"lte of the prttit ol
frtenda, ho carri.il out hit Intention.,
although warxvly nhU- to iAiid In
the ihuncvl. In word of inciting
tcudi'mctt he plcndisl w ith hi "co
1U to live holy live, and wluii he
took hi leuvo of thciu there wan
(K-nrctly a dry eye lu the- chunh.
The day bad Uvu Will ulU rfct t,
nnd In tlu lat itfteruoon, rvrovertui;
onicwhnt from tlx trnlu of the
'rvUv In tht chnrrh, hi walked
alowly ud lvtly down the tcrnuvd
wnlk to the water Iki IomhI mo w t-U
nnd which Itu wa about to leave
forvver "tie in-ll of n Is hour wrw
uooil tllti tutuUtcr. W hSlcthc bright
silliH't color fttded Into lln mlT
K ray of twilight, be !owy uiadc
hl way buck to tb bouno lu prayer
ful sllcncu uud wtLt to LU room.
Wlst-11 1k joints! ht .unity a IHtlc
Inter bt tKtrw In hi hand tlie word
that wens dtviliHti to iutve thtu.
and. Ill prayer hud lva u wer
tl. Ill buil fVfiiiiiii In til old home
hadprtKMtvd that wi.Mi wu, , .
blluir o loujf ua Uie honrt turn
toit Nokcr (or Icly lu tluca u(
K KIT II
fMi.id iv i,i..r.ln . tl . ,M l
iifl'Miwut. r 1i.i tt .- 1 i.w .'a
H'H'!inri mn nii;ii.cr. j
Fred llrx'tw-r nn iiurnitix h iuikIi- .
.tl flnK.r ,it w.vk ciu! by 0 J
L I', Viul tif NVvOa, upnt for
fit HnLir'u t 1.-! tn. nu fi rartiirl
railing on liU tutoii;. rn bit wc k.
Th? Lnrkln S.n, '., I'r. P.i.ki r and
(ii-o linw limn an- running lu oppo-
Kltl'HI to ili Uliotlii r wltil thi'tret-
trnctii, Hiili i-, !.
Wi wcri? ji.-iiM-i to sws (iatw-'e Oab
In lut ww k'a Ili-vh'W n luteiVHUuir
I'nik- Ike Ni-nt Iman'tUvn to town
for two wo-ka. He In rit-urlr wit of
tobacco, ao will have to po aoon.
He crime Tuesday. Li.
John IUMly wcut to Atustordiitn
Sunday. H llllw abm-ut at-n-ral
I'rt U r.auJ him a (inc buuchof de
coy ducks. l'!e wt-n- mining, o he
thought soiiii liiiuu r wum -!ealin(j
them. Hut come to find out, a woll
wna the ttik'f. '1 h'-rc Iih bt n sev
eral wolves Htii nroumj here.
August uud Henry Hi-r Lnvca
ulce ck'lght. They have Iwa aliding
around couMdcrnble, tiwually to
wards tow n.
V II. Cotton would no doubt wel
come a oakio ruin, tin he h.tn ti
haul all the wuUt he uo.
No le baa bw-n put up around
here jet. Too much mow mixed In
The evening of the l'Hh a aurjrii
birthday purty was Iveu lu honor
of Ml Jean Moon, at her home
one mile wtt or town. She wu
BurprUed. The evening w-aa panned
pleasantly. We n U ln-r a return
ot many more happy avmivemarie.
Several KanKax prairie wolves
have been seen la this locality lately.
Monday evening the loth, a party
of 8lelU ridern came to town from
Foster. TUey mi.iim1 to enjoy the
beautiful moonlight nijrtit.
Mr. (li.-ut. l er'iiKou l bhlpplng
two ear loads of coal thia week, yet
the demand for coal is not treat. If
we had a few more wecka of aucU
cold weather like the pat. week It
would help iuniu-r lu till line.
The .lck ihx'Iii to te Improving and
tlilug ore moving along quietly.
Little Frauces Strong Deawd.
Rev. and Mrs J. R. Strong, of
the Fark Avenue M. E. Church,
South, have the sympathy cf the
entire community in the loss of
their only daughter, Frances, who
died Moudav inoining about 1 1
o'clock. She hid been sick about
a week with a bioncbial trouble and
was thought to be improving, but
the disease took a sudden change
lor the woisc and her death was un
expected. Trie funeral look place
from the home Wednesday after
noon at i o'clock, and she was laid
to rest 111 Grcttiljwn cemeicrr.
Mr MurifMii FrMiik Hurt.
Mr. Moiaii Funk met with
quite a seiious nciiJcnt Monday
morniiig. He w.is irtutning fiom
woik at the waurtvoiki klation and
at he ui cttMng the railroad on
Walnut Vitrei, the sit ili he was
tiding in slippt tl a(4iiit the heel
ol the luuse, mid becoming (tight
ened, the l'Oir d.ihed up the
stiect thiouiii Mr. Fiauk out on
the (lOirn tound m such a manner
as to injuie I. is spine, it is le.ired.
He was assisted to t'ue diKtor's ot-
lice and thence home sulUiing ex
cruciating p4ni. The hoise be
longed to City C'lrtW Jones, and
j found it way home m shoit oidrr
! and w ithout sci ious in iui y.
Your Hew Home
r old liuim-, l not complete
w It hunt tlio now ct ni-IlnUh
New Moiiic liiit Mnchiun
W e hav th
fiwf;) droi Itend
Ji--m Willi SUtt-
4 in a IK- nit
ifij and nil t he
li to at I lu
the lx.t tu.i
plH'O 1 $.i.
Vnr I Iui 11.. I t I.lrt v .1:1 ia-, .kf..p it
ir 1 hit u u'i owmrtuidty you
s III ut-ver m-vi a.thi.
Xe.-Ile. i1k. tKiiid. rul.U r. 11J
A. JlUU k to,
J:lJ.fclitufc'- v.'xii bill, iiG.
sr r r
KaJ I'.tt Tranafora.
J D Woods to Fir met t yoi": 30
18 Dcepwater $150.
Leander Kennedy to Jacob Kui-
per lota 5 to It block 3 Reeses ad
id Hume and sec 17 Howard
David Walker to II FOsterkarop
0 " 'J 1 '
a. L c" T .
LviUier to U W liean lot
j block i Peck's addition Dutler,
L W Uean to II Wmstoa lot 3 tlk
I Fecks ad Duller $qk
E A Eennet 10 W A Gourly lot
3 block 14 tvett side adJiiion Uutlcr
T R Simpson to Almira Boycr
40 acres section 9 West Fotr.t.
G C Turner to D Ilitt lots 7 & 8
Ilk 32 Rockville $450.
D Hut to S M Doyle lots 7 & 8
blk:i Kockville, $459-
W K Bell to F J Rhodes lots
lots 1 and 2 block 95 Fotter, I750.
C W McAnicb to Paige lots 13
blk32 Amoret ft.
John Armstrong to T S Wilson
undivided t-3 interest 1S0 acres
sections 34 Howrare li Vernon Co
Mollie L Price clal to G A Hen
ry etal 20 acres sec 12 Mt Pleasant
C M Mattbewt etal to G A Hen
ry etal 76 acres sec 12 Mt Pleasant
Rudolph Steiner to J N Mar
quart 93 acres section 9 Rockville.
J N Marquurt to Wm Troike 120
a sec 6 Howard $3600.
J P. Thurrnaa to T J Losey 77 a
sec 5 Howard $3600.
Gertrude Turner Gdn. of John II
Turner to Clarence Turner osd x2
int tract sec 33 Spruce, $toS.
A L Sims etal to Z L Barker lots
6 & 7 blk E Worland, I33.
FROM OUK EXCHA5GES.
Tbe Butler Democrat tell utthat
Lawrence W. Rosier living north
of Burdette in Cast county lost bis
house and contents by tire Friday
night. Jan. Ota.
E. P. Hartwell bat gone on a
Wichita, Kat. and Texas trip.
Jas. R. Angel and wife are en
tertaining bis parents and Miss
Atr.merman of Nevada.
Mrs. Will Hurt bas been to
Kansas City and is now down with
a severe case of la grippe.
A Tire Friday morning destroy
ed a bouse occupied by a Mrs.
Margaret Barrs and owned by Mrs
R. S- Catron. Tbe building was
insured lor three buodred dollars.
G. E. Cable, R. A. Figgot and
Joe. Graves bave gone to a new
town down in Arkansas, called
Colter on the New Orleans esten- j
iion of the Missouri Pacific with
a view to looking around (or in
vestments. Homer Wilmoth, after a third
enlistment in the service of Uncie
Sam has returned to Butler (or an
extended visit to old friends.
Tbos. Heath bat begun tuit
against the city of Butler for live
thousand dollars worth of damages
because he (ell on a crossing a (ew
weeks ago and was seriously in
jured. Tlie Moor-t;k Itecvptiou.
The elegant home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Moore, on Quality Hill
was aglow with electric lights and
good cheer, and decorated with
letnt, potted plantt and cut tlow
era on last Monday evening; the
occasion being a reception given
by Mis Moore and Mrs. H. G.
Cook, at which tome two hundred
guests partook of their hospitality.
Every room of tha commodious
and handsome home (by the way
one of the largest a4 best ap
pointed in our city), wat appropri
ately decorated American Beauty
roses prevailing in the refreshment
100m. While the weather outside
was inclement, nothing but good
cherr prevailed within.
From the RepuUlicaa Press we
learn that. G. F. t'uiitU Las aiov
cl back to Llklstt toi.ip (ia
It. A. McDonald was home from
Seda'ia (or a tuit cf a da u laj
ti hit (acuily.
Hew. K. T. Alaa 1 ft laa r.rit
of lat week la held a tj weeks
lucetijg at Oak Gtwvc.
Uty at J-ii.-r,cn C t; atterg!
i rptomg cf tk t I -g !4tar.
lite. v. ij. iiiMn-: y.n.S.
W. Arnold et joyed a iiit from
their father. Dr. Lowry.
F. II. Msrtoa, ct A'iair, Ica,
was in Butkr locking after kit
Leon Fox after a visit to hit pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. A. !L Fox bat
returned to Kansas.
Mrs. Silat !evy it isitieg ter
pareets and relativf t at Tt. Smith
Richard Frank, tan cf Gtc-rge
Frank, win rstrriei t9 a Mis?
Clara Fruit at Chicago, Jan. 1 it
Mr. and Mrs. Rot. Lctspicch
returned (rem a visit to Kansas
City, where Mr. Lctspiecli wi
consulting an occulist and takicg
treatment (or bis ees acd tLicks
be is much improved.
Beard Grifiab : Larent is a
new firm cf stack buyer.
During lie s-evere storza Tuo
day nigbt cf last week Rcbt. Van
noy and family living on IL A.
Piegot's (ars2, three vailts ncrtii
ol Butler, bad their horse burned
op. Tbe family were forced to
rush cut in the storm and tnk
shelter some distance away with
their three s mall children.
HIGH GRADE NURSERY STOCK
UJrect to the planter t V than bajf tb cnaj r-rir. tv tare
now RTowlnjc In oar M'UStlULS over Two Jiiix-:5 Iettt TtiS.
hj actual count .
V&ri'tie are trot to name otl eta !!. I tr o-n.S.a-.
with each shipment. hipnenu the patt seasoo rxowrfl tn?. T
pavrtie wbo wlati t buy to qaeilir. we H t ps-t to -6 1 tas
pies of oor tre frp of t bnnre. srxl for oor Irjw kjrntx Li-r,
ready. WE I' AY THE FKElu HT TO VOUR fTATIX.
NEW HAVEN NURSERIES, New Haven, Mo.
Send Fe to pny pcmtACf, my wbere 50a mw thU iKiTntiwoett.
and we will send you Free i Genuine Exxtn June bsd.
StNDW SCROOL ILSSON.
Lemon IV January 2Z.
Lesson Text John S, 1-1L.
Thk Fikist MittitLC tx Cana,
Gold ex Text. Whatsoever be
Kaith nnto you, do It. John Z, 5.
Time Feb. A- li. ST llace Catm
The Central Tbouxht-
llow welconse waa the call.
And sweet tbe festal lay.
When Jesus deigned la Caaa ball
To bksa the marriage day.
Hla gracious power divine
The water re-! knew;
And plenteous wa tbe rcyatic wine
The wondering aervaota drew.
O Lord ol l.le aud love.
Conte thou again today;
And bring a bk-eeicg from above
That ne'er shall pas away.
(TLSsouffbt tobcetudled Liblg la
Ca or Ualiuli It t now idvu
tlticd by mcHit oriental tt a bci&s
Kanav cl-JcUl. tbe Arabian e-julv-lentforCuna
ol CsliV. Mentioned,
to dUtlujruWh It from Cams In t'oelo
yrla, (ev JuMi'hu, anlliultir ir,
i, 1 ) It t now a beap -t rutuM.
Tmi: wins. 1 aii.i u. Tln-rc U Jt wUb
y!ng. "without wine tb-re U no
J..y." (s 1 VivcU, !"., Wuna.Uv)
St to the Jew the tllurc tit the
wine iistant much. Ttsc arrival 4
the Jru t'artj- InctvaMHl the uuiu
r of kuivU t-ynesen. Tssmotiiis
or Jut unt il i m mx. Mk-knew
of the tetimonr of John tbe Uap
tUt, "UL.W tbt' LaiU ol liod."
6 ho could wv. and by hi avlectloa
of dlwriitU-. Mi wondrou swer,
the circuuitai.i- f hU Ittrtu. tlie
aylnp of the a;vU. Thc hc
trvaur-l la Iter braru (Luke?, 15
11.) Slw now htokv lor further d
tuouatriiUoa of hi power. TUI
wait tlx- tirt thriuo tuarrtafv.
Wumxx wusr hivk 1 t ihs wna
run. ThU U it r luko. but a
expr-Kn of i.-oJ-ru. John
4, ; t. SI, S.i, 1MV SeHro.-ly K
,flixttoa.tt ttirtii tl- term uothr.
MivstK itsur mt uivir. Ttetv
U a clock work tt r.-cUrtj ! IV
usoreust-nt i!d piau. He
luLrkt hAV svtld th;l -hiv ttus for
work los tulnsrk-w U not jet eou-."
John T. ; 12. SST; W 1 I.
Six WXTS.UINIT or nr. lict
one holding: troiu ! tt tl jr-UKus.
tkuu claim that thv Mi ou!y
pa'.lio rch. TtMro rt nmuy
iruoi tv l sup, thl. Ir to iui
ssjif. TUl tU uiu:u u';'tt K
1 sav nzl .. w Vaow3 t j K
smut. li iKt? t.a wnvU 4n.a.'.J lv
; r,ct.vJ. Cv V-v. v-i i 1
Vl.- ti.j v.4 Lj U....e t.
i-,u 4 w la ti s'w
jvTt. Wit ..lti:i tUt Mister of
tht) Us;, luc iAr as.ir rut.
vtvtt wifc ini v.w, taatviaarjf
ta Xli ;vt4 w.i Ij Ca
BIG SKIRT SALE!
j r m
a4 taarSd Si 3" a l rry UtM
syV-anl i-tvjlaty. Jsst rel
vi, net clJ bf2-wcra g'xyi.
s.T base astkera ta. la tiI ,
tSrfitt ttArtrt s4 t'ufii axkJ it
elm to tl ssj J-sne.
W Ut i tle vt J .r Utir:t;
ttt tre axvl T tXTiT. V ii-ht
li.;ts la li' wear.
All vaJLStiRC svt cai m t-i.-.-'
tx cur ik-w jpii:taii Jit ia,
S. L AMES,
early fart of tbe Veat. a.ai w lt
ctea werr almost Intoxicated tl n t
to IntroOwx the poorer rjaality. In
iLla tbe bet wm brerojeitt In L..
It vai aaturaJ that tbe widc bx-iK-by
Jucua CbrUt houl'l be pun-.
JJuarraTtD rotTH em oiAm.
Christ' eupresse divinity. S?e Jobs
1, If. wis bow ftbowa la tto giory
taat waji bi became of tbe is Inn.;..
pcrfoiraed. SU John often wnt.-
abont Chrit' glory- ce John I.
51; 8, S: 1L Vf. IZ. 51; 17. L tlil! e
w&ai!el CI;rit' giory?
cutLOE. boolxea wetfirtk ti
prciooj "Yoa cannot eojoy Uie and
to a Christian. No raore abttr4
fallacy wa ever uttered, litre wa.
Jcus CLrt.t gracias w eddies w i;U
bi prwraoe. A c4 tts pwet did not
sevta to uCer acy locoavruWifci-.
bos Llui la tbe tooje cf Julia tU-a
Mcodcmna caoe to Istcnfew Lin,
when Jeua Cbr!t by nltit wade
known lb tcac&las tt line !
birth- Sk bis eatios witb tbr no-oi-raand
tiurUjias liieir shx.Ij.1 I.K
beCAUc be did a. JeU C"! fil
comltg loto ourl-K- loca&a tiui e
arervAlr tiricg taioed. It U wrii
ten of aim that be -came ewlitic ica t
drinking." .liter 11 cUrWtUKit.r
(uwttm all tlwt tpureod wii.U
sotac. MaXca hoj.tlai:ty kktv'!.
Tilu it.iTio.' tr Mr.iJi' It
wr lat!iuietj of irod t-.n i!!.-- i
w Incotvtit anil before tUe
Locooa of dlvom' nd tlotik-ut
(lufolde4 the? family tie tu It d--w.lt
coll.) Clirtt a!4 It. Fr tbi
cattMC hall a suao Wave Ltth r !
tuotinT uJ tkair uulo LW 1!' . '
It oblUattoo arc uiuav- .-i, I . ri
ou. Vet Uug urv t.y : .ta:
taken tiul thu t wvri-fl to.l iu.-c
acredl nlitlotu are U-tw:Jvl 1 r
tbe aeductlrv art of the la of iuc-!b-ptabiUtr
of tiuiwr. aud ail lt km
drcd relative. TbeO It U only u
toUtuUoa of tltase for la Uveu
tbere U tseliber marry nor iiivtu
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