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LEWVIS AND CLARKE COUNTY
OFFICIAL NOMINATIONS.
Electors for President and Vice-President
Vote for Three.
Cooper. Walter............ I Democrat_ I
puse. Paul A.............. I Democrat -
Lman. Ambrose W....... I Demeerat
MoKRa. Daniel ............ I People's Party
Base, John W............ I People'. Party I
llea. Sollomon .......... I Peopl' l'srt I a
tullard. Mrsana .......... I Prohibition 2
Highmith George P...r . I l'rohibition
Orr. illm Cam C............ I Prohibition _
iHal. Wiliam W1........ I Ripubliean I
Malone. ramoinh M........ I Republican T
HMores. George W......... I Republican
Representative in Congress- Vote for One.
Atkin, Benjamin It ....... I Prohibition I C
Dixon. William W........ I Democrat
Edwards. Caldwell........ I Peopleo' Party I C
Hartman, Charlea S....... I Replmlican
Governor--Vote for One.
itennedy. Illiam......... I People's Party I
lickards. John ii........ I lRepublican I
Waters. J. .......... Prohibition I
lien lenant-(;overnor--.Vo for One. 1
Pot'.in, Alexander C...... I llepublican
Colloum. larvey H........I I ople'e Party
-- - - 1--- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - -
aelton. llenry 1t.......... I Democrat I
Templeton, J. C.......... Prohibition I
Secretary of State-Vote for One.
Allen. Joseph W........... Peoople's Party I
Folk. Fenjamin W. d .... I Democrat
Gardner. Edward M...... I Prohibition I
Iotwitt, Lone............ I Iepublican I
Attorney-General-Vote for One.
Day. ]Edward C............ Democrat I
Haskell. Henri J.......... I Republican I
Knowle, Ella L.......... Foeople's Party I
State Treaunrcr-Vote for One.
('orbly. Andrew L......... I Prohibition I 1
thaeton. Jeum .............. I Democrat I
Lear. William D.......... I People's Party I V
Wright. Fdetrio W......i Inepubllican I
State Auditor-Vote for One. J
Cook. Andrew B........... I Republican I
McKay. James D.......... l'eople's Party I
Smith., t hrlos F.......... i Prohibition I
Whaley, William C........ I Democrat I
Superintendent of Public Instruction-Vote
for One.
Hunter. Mrs. Eva M...... I Prohibition I
Mahony. John C........... I ernocrat I
Steers, Eugene A.......... I lepublican
Chief Justice-Vote for One. A
Blake. Henry N............ I Republican I i
Pemberton, William Y.... I Dom, ra I V
Femberton- Willianm Y.... I People's Party I
State Senator-Vote for One.
Gillette. Warren C........ I Republican
Jrgen. John H.......... I People's Party I
Steele, William L......... t Domo rat I
- - --- --- --
Members of the House of Representati ves
Vote for Eightt.
Each, Thomas C........... I Democrat I J
Bray, Charles H........... Ilepublican
Brown, Charles K ......... I Democrat I
Eurrell, Alexander........ I tepublican I
Carpenter, Stephen........ I Republican I {
Comly. Harry R........... I Democrat I
Davidson. Anslem J ...... I Democrat I
Dudley, I('harles E......... I I emocrat I
Gourley. Jamos ........... I Republican I
Hoery. h;obert H ......... I Republian I
li1e,,4y. John H........... I People's Party
hetchum, John P........ I People's Party I
Lidolph, H. F ............. I Democrat
Lockay, ltichard.... ...... I ltepublican I
Murphy. Jotn H.... ...... i Democrat I
hewbury. Abel T.......... I 'eopl.'a Party I
Osborn, Charleas (......... I eople's arty I
Ehay, Martin {'............ i 'ol,los , arty I
fhober. John eI........... I toollea tarty
Uith, eorge . B.-.. .oepubnl . I
Smith. liouert ........... i lrnlocrat
Woodratl, John ....... II'uple a Plarty I
Working, Lincoln......... .oiubican I
Vilxon, irac............. p, ' Party I
Clerk Suplreme Court-- Vott for One.
Coates, ,l(atpton H. .... I People's l'arty I
Piots. John M ............. | I'rohihition I
Iloane. John L........... I Demiocrat
Webster, Benjamin ........ ] Re; ttblican
Di.trict JudgRes--First .Indicial District
Vote for Two.
luck, Horace R........... I lrmocrat
( reuclhr, Thims i ...e.. I emiocrat
Ila .,s. t'ob rt ci.......... I 1npleiO'n s I'art,,, i
tbsIc, \lii liapt t.......... l Ieuican ..
hii.Ly J, ,h .oph W .... ... i I~t !t'blcan "
('Clerk of tle li-t'ict (',urt--. lto fIr One.
tInRa. John......... ... II.. Lb v ib
D).iton il nvi r P........ I DJ.mocr a
la.tt lien F. .............. 'e pll" . Iarty
(Oullnty Commwsions-i o-II fr 'I brC
.ur -., A.ir J ..... I :el I,.i ;i
1larr,., t.n ' n l: i:r:.I ..... ).e~[l li, 'a .
lihrkx , Jhl n ........... I exb.i,.n
LaIt.hre, -a La ...... 1 1'mocrat - -
Mluth. \ .l.ia..i. ........... I'no.,n :.t -
lail, tIrae ........... i l,,,p . ['arty !
I naltr, loodllianll ......, i oi l. Irtly
yke. Ita . .
twykoi* lasry .........I u p, i, laiy
(nartui.. Iiano A . ...... II "1··e I-arlyI
(olline. luticr . .. ...... ; , uocr:t
I ol r:so:i. : ,tt 0........ t u'lle'c Party
ho, ..r. . h. , .... . ...... l,. ubluican I
t',tnity Auditur--Viot, for nilt.
Ati7,' ., I lea.ne : _.. ileI.,plt 'artyl I
roeuca., ugy:, H ........ S Republican I
oozannaki, olomon...... n Duniocat I
Sheriff--Vote for One.
Curtie. :hrlee D1)......... I Demoorat_ _
MlFarland, James It..... I People's Party
Bander-, Jun no U........ I Optblican I
County Treasurer-Vote for One. S.'
Barden. Richard 1'........ I Republican I t
Garrett, Clarence ....... Iemoorat I
ZP~trow, -Filism......... People' Party I
County Assessore-Vote for One. It.
ell. obert A............. I People's Party I
Biokett, William J........ I Demoorst
co.mb, lohlling W.... ... Republican I No
Public Admtinistrator-Vote for One. 'ii
Opheim. Knnto........... I lepubllican
Stranb. Frank M.......... I D .emoort I
Ward. Samunel W.......... I People's Party I
Cortloner-Vote for One.
Parsons. Malcolm (7...... I People's Party I
'loasant.s 'lhomas i... I Democrat I
lihckrau, Dr. oses...... I Republican I
County Superintendent of Schools-Vote L
for One. A.
Il.njamin. .lti........... I People'n Party I
leifenr:tlth. lies Minnie A i Iopubliean I
'lurnley, Miss (. 1..... ( Dom.crat
County Snrveyor-Vote for One.
sEcab -enjamin F ... I Republican I 1
bo
Wad'. John W............ morat
Justices of the Peace, Helena Township
Vote for Two. pr
O'Donald. Terrence....... I emocrat I e
Porter. Jamens P... . .... L Democrat I
ebmith. Andrew F ......... P 'eoplo's Party I
Vo' aw. Arred C........... I Republican
iWoodman. lleujammn F... I l:epubloan I
Constables, Helena Township-Vote for Two.
Graham. Fred. . ........ 1 Democrat I
lorn. t harles ............. I 1'epubli. an I
QJuirk. John A .............I Democrat I
Sennett, Joseph 8......... I People's Party I
Wilson, ( harles W........ I Hepublican I
Justices of the Peace, Spokane Township-
Vote for Two.
Eramblo. L................ I Citizen
Constables, Spokane Township-Vote for
Two.
March. T. C............... C (tizen
Jastices of the Peace, Augusta Township
Vote for Two.
Anchard, Richard........ I Democrat
Gilbert, Robert............ I Citizen
Warden, W. IE............. I Democrat I
Woods, Thomas ......... I (itizen
Constables, Augusta Township-Vote for SI
Two.
Douglass,. James.......... I Citizen
Furman, J. (' . ..... I- Citizen
ilolbroo.. Ira........... i Democrat I
Weaver, J. M............. I Democrat
Justices of the Peace, Craig Township
Vote for Two.
Eillings. Fd.vard E ....... I Democrat r I
ltc' ngfellow, lettenhonse , Democrat
Wells, Ralph. Jr ... ... Citizen
Constables. Craig Township-Vote for Two.
Johnson, b. B............ 1i eople's arty T
Justices of the Peace. Belmont Township- !A
Vote for Two.
Mat. ewe, T. J............. IRepublican i
Me(iiven, J. C............. I People's Party i
ci
Padbnry, Geo. W..... .. People's Party I
Padhury, Geo. W.......... I Democrat I
lRalston. James N......... 1 Democrat I
Ha lters. John H.......... I Republican
Constables, Belmont Townshlip-Vote for
Two.
Bare. 'I h men......... I Renublican I
Dillon, P. I ... ......... [l Democrat I
Hendricks. James A...... I I'leoplo's P'arty I
H!endricks. Jamnes A.... I Democrat
Senstrtm. ( harle-.....I. Republicani
eissn. Xlichael ....... I 1'People l arty I
Amendment to the Constitution-Vote for
.F..r the Amendment to thu InRtitnutipn.. I
For l'!:re of ILo ftion ofltR I'Perimanert Cap
itl of the State of Montrama--Vote
for hne.
ityn r A hnrflt . . ...t......... .. . . . I
Ittny f Coulder. .......C
ity ,f l'7mn ........................... I
('It ,,tt t, '.t'r, . ............................ l
Ity., of irtatl Ia. _ ....... .
( ty ot lielo a ....... . ...... ...... I I
I hr. e,:t to ho forveir, o th a correct
:iltlt tlay oh t ct,,b ,.r, ta ,I
J. H. " N K It,
t'tutty (ik.
lropO..sl.d Amtrtn ' ltet tt thte (C"ntitntijn.
| .re a ll t, , m tt,,d i t ,e toaltd it ...
-r ,,f I t, .,-tah, at t, ,, r, exl g,'wral ·',.V . ti,,
r.., ,on a roIb hall to arn,.l d ro a to
roh ttt a t. f,,i o,
'c , a n li , .r } ju ,e |·of
IIt
I torelty . yrl.of lteI t f.tre ttits to a,. nrih, ni
curryc ct'y.t o.t thtlt. orott tattt' ttw lrnur attotte
in t. .tti o st II trt,,I t. I ta1(t , heet I'unto at rny
oIlq'Ita lll r'. tr ,.l 1I ,[ f .. 1,*&r .o" to l,la t 1 wll
- . /bt I .rlay ut hclotte , A. U, It . r . I
I toP .l J. . 'I Oil O nt,
Count- Cler,. ,
irst National Wk
OF HELENA, MON,.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,b00. i
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000
Designated Depository of the
United States.
Interest Allowei on Tlie Depoelt. .
t3eneral lankLi i In iaeec 'Iransacted.
rtaety Deposit Bo e for en a.
Dlrectors,
S. T. IIATER ..................... ....Preident
E. W. KNI IIT ............... ... t.
'IT'. II. HKLEIN(SCHMiIT...... Are stnt I'mshier
(GEu. 1i. HILL........ Second Assistat Casler
Granville Stuart.................o... h grorweg
K%' W. la h ........................ Merchnnt
J. C. I ntou...........larke, Conrad Curtln I
I. ". Ilamilton......... .... ( itali t
it R. .-lte............ Mining and Stoep growr I
Chainri. K \\oill .......................... Marc, ant
A. M. Holter..........A. M. Holter Hardware Co.
Assneoiated tanksaI
Northwrseern N~tional Bank........Great falls
Iir t Nati nil nk .................... u I u la
]first National H.ank................. .......butte
Serchants National
BANK, OF HELENA. MONT. I'
UNITED STATES DER 5SIT'OýY.
Paid in Capital, $350,000.
Surplus and Profits, $90,000.
I H. HESRRHFIELD .................President
A. J. DAVIDSON..... .........Vice-Presideut
AAIeON HEIIiHFIELD ............. .k.,lhior
Roard of Direetores
Thoma Cru.. M. Hande.
8. B Huntley. A. K. Prescott,
A. J. )David. n. Moses Morris,
L. II. Hlerlshied, Anrmn liershfield.
J. Switzor.
First-clams City, County and State Seonrities
bought and sold.
Exchante issued on the principal cities of the
UFinmd ttntes and Europe. Iranesfrs of money
made by telegraph.
lnterest ailowed on time deposits. Collectione s
promptly attendod to.
roxes for rent at reasonable prices' in one of
the bIet constructed fire and burglar proof safe
deposit vaults in the countr,.
ontana National
BANK, OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital Paid in, $500,000.
Surplus and Profits, $200,000.
Directersi
C. A. tROADWATER ..................Predi
L. (t. PHELPS .................V..ie-ie'rsiidenl
t L, MtULLOH ........................('ahi
a. L. ISmith.................Assistant Cashia
A. (3. Clarke, Herman dank
H. F. tali', Peter Laisou.
C. W. Cannon. H. C. Wallase
I). A. Cory.
Second National
LANK. OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000.
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 I
A General Banking Business
Transacted.
. D. Edgerton......................President
C. K. ('OLE................ ..Vle-Presiddnt
SEOIIGE B. CHILD.............. ...(ashier
JIOtI:Pi N. KENCK.......... Asistant Cashier I
Board of Directors,
J. B. Sanford, C. Q. Evans
H. W. ('hild, S. J. Jones.
A. N. Spratt. (hris Kenck,
E. I. lEdgrton, C. I. Cole.
Georoa n ('hild.
NO. 4400.
elena National
BANK, OF HELENA.
CAPITAL, $500,000.
Transacts a General Bankir m Busi
ness.
SHIIRLEY C. ASHBY.. .............President
A. I. Ci G MINTS...............Vice-Pridet
FIRANK IAID ............... .........tshier
Interest aolwed on t me deposits Exchange
issue i , it foreihn count ri e.
'Iraresfr of money by tolegraph. tirst-class
city, county andl tato se aeritios ought and sold.
Collections promptly aittndod t,.
Board of DIrectorst
JohnT. Mu phr,
Fh:r'ey C. Ashby, . t'. AMcAdow,
I all. Eaird, Chas. K. Selle,
J. ' W.luian. E] . M.. Alclay
I. E ('olln, Jne. S. ti ,adenhall,
Abner 1. (lement 1. l. F. rd,
(oo. L. Tracy, J. P. Porter.
he Thomas Gruse
SAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA.
Sincorporated Under the Laws of
Monrxtarxa.
S PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000.
SHOMAHRE. ...UE .. ...........Presidenl
fiA. IK tl. ('llE ............. Vicr-Proeldenl
I WM. J. (Otil :..... Aot Trea. and Secrotar)
I WM. J. HWLENIh ..................'Trosurer
I Truster-:
Titoras Crnse, Frank H. Cruse,
Hni. J. C'ok,. t1i. J. hweoney.
SAllows 4 p.r rcent in'erecst on avings Depositl
- i Ot rntll idd Ji.nuury on I Luly.
S'I rlsr, ar a orulr aoRt llln business. Draws
chanilg iit on, tle piripial ctieO of the United
S )bt in tlllly an cioy ondo, and makes
Ilano on r al estate il!ortliags.
- Oiltih hloilri from 1I a. in t, 4 p. m. Also on
.ttnl iy Intld lMonday eieningn from 7 to 8
'eloolk.
--'1 tiE--
rrerican National
BANK, OF lIEIENA.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
T C. .ItOWII .......................Pron ent
"- A.t, .I I.,I.I tA N.......... j..... Vi ne S'lpcidul
&iA ,tiilc Iti, N ..... . . . (arhtisr
i. 11.0O, '. COI'E ...............,. tant Ca.ui
Il IIlr¢,.'t te' t
't. C(. Power. A. .i. H0lInmano,
he A. t. Jlhnne., l'clnail i,,ckoy.
Janlio aulln.
SInternt r llnwoed on tini0 Iloitll,. Exrhange
a linlia nI1 1' i.errt. 'Ilrill s'·.r, ·.! Iri·llloy nloldi
, TUDY LAW
AT HOM 'i
I TAe. CoUas,. KI Te
iOe prge Caorrespondensee 9 i
ne SeLhel o" Law.
t, (Inerporatial.)
fiend ten odat stamee)
:iy ar prtitcar. to
d. GOotner, Jr., Sec'y.
We. Sac WIhltsr lluok. Detroit. Mih
fPACIFIC RR.
ot, Manitoba. Montana, Idaho, Ore.
guon and Washington.
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Dining Cars are run botwoeen Chicago. St. Paul,
Minneapoli Winnlaipeg. Helena, lutte. Tacoma
leattio and Po1'tland.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR. ROUIL
Pellman service daily betweoen Clhicago. St.
Paul,. Montana, and the Paclilo Northwemt; and
between Ht. Paul, Minneapolis and Minnesota
North L)akota and Manitoba points.
THE POPULAR LINE.
Daily Exornas Trains carry elgant Pallmas
Sleeping Carsa )ining Cars Day h'oachs, Pull.
man Tourist Sleepers and Free Colonist Sleepy
lag Cars.
YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE.
The Northern Plciflo railroad is the rail line to
Yellowsletie Park: the popular line to Californil
and Alaska; and its trains pas through the
grandest scenery of seven status.
-TTHROUGH TIOCKETS
Are cold at all eonpon offices of the iorthorn
Pacific ilillroad to points North. East. South
and West. in the United states and Canada.
TIME BSCREDULE.
In effect on and after Sunday. August 2L
TRtAI.r AORBTV AT OULELNA.
oa. 1. Pacifie Mail, west bound ........ 1:30 p. m n
o.4. Atlantic mail. east bound........12:40 p. m
No. 6. turur t'aleu.e, .itisuula and
Betta expro ...... ............ p. 6:i5 m
'lo. 8. Marysville passenger ............11:20a. in
o. 10. Mlarysville accommodation..... 7:p. in
No. 1. W.lckec. Boulder and Elkhorn
passnger... .......................... 5:10 lOp. min
No. 101. Rimini mixed M. nday, Wed
neadays and Fridays.................... 5:00 p.
TRAIN. DEPART FnoM t LENA.
No. 1, Pacific Mail. west bound........ :45D. min
No. 4, Atlantic naiL east bound........ I: ip. m
No. 5, itutte, Missonl annd Cwrurtd'Alene
exi res .... ................. .. 7:30 a, m
No.a , Marevlle passenger ............ 7:45 a. m
No. 9, Marysville accommoaation....... 8:00 p. mn
No. 1u. Wickes. boulder and Ilkhorn
Paeener . ... 7:30s. m
o. 101, Rin i mixed, Mondays. Wed
neadays and Fridays ................ 8:15 .
Trains Nos. 1, 4, 5 and ai connect at Garrison
with Montana 1' ion trains to and from Butte.
iDear Lodge and Anaconda.
Tradns Ios. Ii and 6 will run between Helena
and Wallace, Idaho, without obange of cars.
For Rates, Maps, Tiam Tables or Special
Iaforrmation apply to Chae. & Wee, General
Passenger and Tioket Agent, 6t. Paul.
MIna., or
A,. =D. EDCr..LR,
General Agent of the Northern Paohlie 1. B-, at
HELENA. MONT.
ALBERTA RT, & COAL CO, AND
GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY. CO
Coadensed Joint Time Table In Effeet Leap
1, 18921:
Going West-No. 2- AnRRIV. DEPART.
Dunnore..............- .... *7:( p m
lrioasey Lake .............. *10I:0 p in
Lethb:tde ........... *2:00 am
1oning South-No. 5
Lethbridge ......... ..... 7:00 a m
tirling.............. 4F:20 a m
Binuton .............. . j00a im
Milk icer........... ..... tlu:O a in
w' uutte (intern. boundary) tll:l0 a m 2
t1weet iraes, 112:00 p in
Kevin.................... 12:50 p m
liocky Syrinse.............. 1l:t0 p m
(Ih:lb( Junction........... 2:20 pm i 2:50 p io
Conrad ............ ........ *0ih4 p Im
li'ondesra...............0.... *:00 p m "5:20 p n
('ollins .................. '11:50 p min
Stoel ........... ......... *:15 p m
Yaughan .. . .. 8:50 p inm
Great Falls ...... ........ 9:30 p inm
(ioinv North--No. 6
Great Fals ................. *11:00 p m
Vaugqh. .................. +11:40 p m
tel .. ...... 12:110 at in
('Collins .................. in
ItPonders.a.................. 04:40 a min
('onred................... 0:10
tSholiey Junction........... *:00 a m :301 a m
I cky Dprtnge.......... :20 a mn
hevin....................... 11:10a m
twZot (Gras tinter. bound.) t9:00 a mn
i'outts, ':50 a min
Nilk iRiveor..... 110:40 a in
runon ...... .............. 11:25 a in
Stirling............. ....... 12:5 p inm
Lothhridge............ . 12:10 pm
Going East--No. 3
I ethbridge ................. §8:55 a sm
t(,ras. y I ke ............... 812:45 p m
Denm ,,re ................... §4:45p m
Going . ast-No. 1
L.thbitri 'g . .. .... 10:40 p m
IGra sy i ake ............*2:00 a m
Ilnmore ..... . :40a m
'I!ally. tlonday, Wednesday and Friday.
IMealo Dl)aily except Sur~d'y.
'lhrough traills leave u,rest Falls. Sunday.
' ueeday anl 7 hurrdna, at 11 p. m.
l'hruehOl train hiatve l.ethbridge. Monday.
Wednesday and Oriday at 7 a m.
CON N ECTITiONt.
Canadian Pacine Railway -'rains leave Dan
more Junction: Ior Atlantic ('oast at 10:25 a.
in. or I'acific Coast at 6:02 p. il.
(Oreat Northern I airway--Traino leave Shelby
SJunction: hor Kalispell, lonuer'o Ferry, tpo-p
kar, e.a .., at 1,:4 a.. For St. 'Paulat 2:12 p. n.
Great Northern Railway-Trains leave Great
Fails. For Helena and butte at 10:42 a m. For
Lt. Paul at 1:45 p. n.
Macleod and Pincher ('reek-Stage leaves
Lethbridge every 'Jnesday. Thursday and Satur*
day at a. m.
Chotcau Stage for ('hoteau, Belleview. Bynum,
etc. oounects with trains No. 5 and 6.
N. B--Paaseagr. to and from Kalispell, Bon
nor's Forry. P okane, etc.. wili note that close
deily ronneoctiuus ae mltte wilt tisat Northern
liailwiy at Shelby J:, orion
I.1'. GAL' General Manager.
W. .)t. BA nlrA 1, enured "tperintendent.
H. MAit'1tN. General 'tratfic Agent.
IUMMOi)N.-IN THE DISTTICT C(OURTITO
l thle l irt judicilal district of thLe slate if
Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and
oele taulren. plaintiff, vs. M. M..Miore, A.
I Weisenborn. I". A. Jones and i. T. lleard, do
fendlants.
bel statl of Montuana sends greeting to the
above :ll::ii:'d dirfelalits:
n arb . lvreyi rreyquired t appear in on action
in the dlistrict conrt of tlie l irst juiticial distrirt
Iof the IbI Stat: f Montanan in and for t. cotunlltt if
iu'wls a I(t' rlakl. nunl l: answelir tlhe rompsai t
'3 iih1d th,~ur:ite. wilhi:1 tn lays. texcluaive of tilt
I day of e.rviu'l aftir tl,' servi('o ,on yOt of ti
........n.. it a.......i witlin Ibis clulrly: air. i..
ervod clof t ai cntat, bet wtit ili tlle disitrict
withi'i t..i'.dati unjv: otherwise witlli forty days.
or yItdo'ittsnlt h.y dlfanlt will Ie taken acatnotyou
accordntilg to the prl-ayer of a~id rompialnt.
'lto ral act~ot ts rIroullglt to rarci I,' a jilig
molrt ftar lhi sl u f $:lll..,4. ud thhe {'ot ot suit
N inclodtng .ta.U : atd for serilying. making Cnul
rlcurlelti Ils lieon, anud $ I) to te allowed antl
' firl Ily the c urtC a attorney's ft(ti, for fielr
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I tELELNA. MONTANA.
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