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II jSS Is is 1 vi I 1 $: At Afei ^\f«MEJL8B(/IKY»S BEST FLOUR r~?*v \Va 'A» *t Five-sack lots, per 100 pounds $2.50 Single sacks, $2*60 FOB SALE BY Hope Bakery & Restaurant FERD. GRAMS, Proprietor. OR. J, 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Offlice over First National Bank Office Phone No. 181 Residence Phone No-161 BR. J. G. ALEXANDER, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Special Attention Given to Dis eases of Women and Children. Office In Philip* Block. Phone No. ST H, 6. FISH Physician and Surgeon Office 2d Floor Woodward Block Office hours, 9:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Telephone Connections. G. S. SHIPPY Attoraey-at-Law aid Notary Public HOPE, NO. DAKOTA. HICKORY RUBBERS Qtr« Satisfactio*. Ask mr dialer for thi QSXSW LABXIJtO KnMxr Footwea HIDES and FURS W«po«ltlT*l7(lTa mora*taabla lllinl nil IIITIII Mm raUtlT* to HldMtnd run,t!uuiur •tiurluaM ttU» world.<p></p>MIDMCM, W« pay Htokcd Csik film pr l"rjM, Mtrn Xte~ ai4 W» prompt ntums for sack sUmasim. W« T«7 ttapyaCs SanllM MU eh***. WHto for Obsnlar, •Uppta* ft**, UluitrtUd Trap-Book,OtteloCM^to— ttifiw. NORTHWESTERN HIDE FUR CO.. IstaMlslnttSM Misass»ells, Mlaa. mumm HIDES FURSetc. 1 D.BERGIUN&CO. ST. PAUL, MINN. widths largMt and oldest house laUnWtat. HighMt piiess and Immediate E?iSom:«o£rit* "".Uoandj His Stomach Troubles Over. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to feel that your stomach trubles were over, that you could eat any kind of food you desired without injuro? That may seem so unlikely to you that you do not even hope for an ending of your trubles, but permit us to assure you that it is not altogether impossi ble. If others can be cured perma nently, and thousands have been, why not you John R. Baker, of Battle Creek, Mich., is one of them. He says, "I was trabled with heartburn, indi gestion, and liver oomplaint until I used Chamberlain's Tablets, and then my trubles was over." Sold by all dealers.—Adv. Real Estate Transfers. Transfers of Steele County real es tate for the week ending Jan. 6: John C. Dorrance and wife to The First National Bank of Hope, qod. to lots 3 and 4, block 30, Original Town of Hope consideration $1. N. R. Martin to Gordon Jefferson and John C. Dorrance, wd. to lots 3 and 4, Original Town of Hope con sideration 93,000. Hope Cemetery Association to Anna Yonde, wd. to lot 12, row N, blook consideration 912, Hans K. Llvendalen and to Burnt G. Strand, wd. to northwest quarter section 27, in Westfield township oonslderation 93,600. Burnt G. Strand and wife to Hans K. Llvendalen, wd. east half of northwest quarter of section 3 2, in Westfield township consideration 94, 000. Hans K. Llvendalen and wife toCarl Johnson, wd. to east half of northeast quarter of section 32, Westfield town ship consideration 93,200. P. O. Sathre, executor, to Carl and Robert Ohristopherson, ez-d. to south vest quarter of seetion 27, in Franklin township consideration 96,400. iLiU A Lt SCHOOL BOTES. Misa Gibbons has been absentsev oral days because of illness. Miss Gulliokson has been doing third grade work in her absenoe. Pink-eye appears to be going the rounds. This and oolds have been the cause of a great deal of absence during the past two weeks. Sam Ray is taking special work in the high sohool. A game of basketball has been ar ranged with the Cooperstown High Sohool team, and will be played on the looal court Friday night. There is a os it of a am he a night between the girls' teams of the two schools as well. Arrangements have been made for a game of basketball with the Fargo High School team, to be played Hope on the afternoon of Saturday, January 24th. This game, without question, will be the fastest and most interesting game of the year which may be seen by the friends of our high school team. As evidenced by the re cords of the year, our team plays a hard, fast game, and will no doubt give a good account of itself a t-that time. Every one who desires to see a game worth while should be in attend ance on Saturday, January 24th. Miss Slingsby went to Fargo Mon day night with her friend, Miss Mc Gruer, returning Tuesday morning. The high school team defeated Dazey Friday night by a soore of 42 to 19. After the game the teams were given a spread at the high school buildlBg, the cooking class being in charge. Grace and Lina Churchill have en tered the first grade. Fanny Baldwin visited the high school Wednesday. Miss McGruer visited Miss Slingsby at the high school Friday and Monday. The Youths Companion, Review of Reviews and Technical World have been subscribed for and appear regu larly on the reading table in the high school. SHERBROOKE. H. A. Livermore, of Hope, made a business trip to Sherbrooke Wednes day of last week. Sheriff Long and Attorney Barclay were business visitors in Broad! awn township Thursday. Adam Major autoed to Sherbrooke Thursday, accompanied by L. J. Stranahan, of Fargo, representingthe Fargo Bridge and Iron Co., who had business before the commissioners. Dr. Goodheart and Supt. Newton made a business trip to Lu verne Tues day, attending-to school matters. Thornton Green, of Williams coun ty, visited with home folks a few days last week. Sheriff Long conducted a foreclos ure sale at the county seat Saturday. Editor Anderson motored to Finley Saturday, mingling in the business circle. Ed. Fuller autoed from Hope Saturday, accompanied by Attorney Shippy, who came up on foreclosure business. Frank Ozton, of Easton township, made Sherbrooke a short call Monday afternoon. George Cooper is visiting relatives at Moorehead this week. Miss Fanny Baldwin is visiting friends and relatives in Hope this week. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goodno is under Dr. Heimark's care at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Collins. The Sherbrooke township school board held their regular meeting at the court house Tuesday. Present, E. E Baldwin, J. M. Cooper and James Devlin, with E P. Still, clerk. Wm. Barclay, Alvin Boe, Miss Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Vadnie, Mrs. Nellie Young and daughter, Beryl, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gilbertson Sunday ning, Nells Hanson and Lurlts Mlkkelson, of Lu verne, filed their first naturaliza tion papers before Clerk of Court Vadnie Saturday. C. V. Green, proprietor of the Ash a an so ha among the business men in town Tues day. Erick Ellingson, Mr. and Mrs. R. Still and Mrs. Henry Bralnard were in town on business before the school board Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs E. E. Baldwin were visitors in town Tuesday evening. L. N. Bugbee was in town Tuesday —the first visit since his recent ill ness. W. J. Moore, Finley, was over on business Tuesday. Miss Tollefson is employed a housekeeper for Carl Erickson and Ole Hanson for the winter. Mrs. S. C. Allen returned to Fargo after a fortnight's visit with her son Fay and family and other relatives aud friends in SherbroolM. •ft K%' yj --S Lf* ''A*1 \\V,v, Dr. Goodheart, Leslie Still and Maurloe Long, of Finley, practiced: with the Sherbrooke band Saturday night. The Sherbrooke Litera^ Soei&ty had a good meeting Saturday night. The question debated was: '-Resolved, That it would benefit the United States to have Canada annexed." It was de cided in favor of the affirmative. The next regular meeting will be Saturday, January 24th. A good program advertised. S. D. Parkman mingled In Sher brooke business oircles Wednesday afternoon. BR0ADLAWN Peter Freund is visiting at Juanita, N. D. Mr. Grimwood and family visited at the Keroting farm Sunday, Olive Bailey visited with Bdna Pope Saturday and Sunday. Nels Haugen visited a few days with his parents last week. Mr. Kirkpatrlck and family spent Tuesday evening at Ernest Schmidt's Gunnar Haugen visited Meryl Pope Tuesday evening. Edna snd Meryl Pope gave a party for twenty-one of their friends, Friday night. The Ladies' Aid met at Mrs. G. E. Pope's last week. Dr. Hunter, of Fargo, delivered an eloquent sermon at the Broadlawn church Sunday. Edna Pope and Olive Bailey .called at Plaine's Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eggert and family vis ited with the Freunds last Sunday. Fred Pope and family called at John Jacobs'Wednesday evening. Iver Haugen attended the "Young People's Society" at Thor Olstad's, Sunday. Esther Eggert and Rose Freund started school Monday. Gunnar and Frithjof Haugen visit ed with Plaine's Sunday evening. Meryl Pope visited at Hau^en's last Wednesday evening. Co-to-CHarcb Sunday, Feb. 1. W. F. M. S. Notes. The Woman's Foreign ^liss'ionary Society continues to meet regularly the First Tuesday of each month at the home of the members. The follow ing are the officers for 1914: Mrs. C. S. Shippy, President. H. H. Moore, Vice President. R. G. Lathrop, Cor. Sec'y. Lydia Northup, Rec. Sec'y. J. A. Officer, Treasurer. W a us in he re pa re grams as sent out by the National so ciety this year, and find them very in tereBting, instructive and broadening. Every member of the Auxilliary subscribes for the Missionary Friend, the official organ of the society. We are glad that we are able to keep our Bible woman, Souamaur Lai, at work this year again in he same field that we had last year, near Lahore, Northwest Conference, India. It costs twenty-five dollars to keep one Bible woman in the field for one year. We are grateful to those, who have not yet joined our Auxilliary, for the aid they give us from time to time, in our efforts to secure funds to help in this great work for the Master. With out their aid, the work could not be carried on so well. We are glad our Auxilliary is not a childless one this year. The King's Heralds, a society of children, under the efficient leadership of Mrs. H. H. Moore, is doing good work. We will hear more from the King's Heralds in near future. Watch for them. "It may be only our part To patiently turn the. sod. One plants, another waters, But the increase comes from God. The Ladies' Home Journal and Saturday Evening Poat for one year, $3.00. Phone your order to The Pioneer offioe. Notice of Chattel gage Sale. Mort- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That default has been made In the conditions oi that certain Mortgage made by Charles Qoffe and B. M. Bemls, at theCltr olHope In the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, Mort gagors, to Andrew Morgan, of Hope, County of Steele and State of North Dakota, Mort gagee, dated the 12th day of August, A.D. 1910, to secure the following Indebtedness, to-wlt.: One note for the sum of 91,000.00, dated Au gust 12th, 1910, due August 12th, 1911, made, executed and delivered by the said Mortgag ors to the said Mortgagee, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, and which said mortgage was duly Died In the office of the Register of Deeds of Steele County, North Dakota, on the 18th day of August, A. D. jftio, at 2 o'clock pi. m., and which default is of the foUowlng nature to-wlt: That the said Mort gagors have failed to pay said note, or any part thereof, and that the whole of said note, and the Interest thereon and the entire in debtedness which said mortgage was given to secure now remains wholly unpaid And unsat isfied, and there is claimed to be due Ion said Interest And that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the personal property in such mortgage and neretnafterl described, at public auction, agreeably to the statute in suoh ease made an provided, at thertront door of the office of Major Implement Co., in theOity of Hope, In the said County of Steele and State of North.. Dakota, at the hour of One (1) o'clock p.m., on Saturday, the 24th day of sffei ., *1 1 JBall Bearings fftntlmtn:—! Namt Dated this 13th day of January, A. D. 1914. ANDREW MORGAN, Mortgagee, C. S. SHIPPY, Hope. North Dakota. Attorney for Mortgagee. Hope, No. Dak. 43tl PUBLIC NOTICE. To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come or May Concern: Whereas, on the 5th day of January, 1914, there was presented to and filed it he a of E at on of it of of he S a of North Dakota, of the County of Steele in said State, an application and petition, in writing, dated December 29, 1913, duly signed by more than two-thirds of all the le gal voters, qualified to vote upon all sohool matters, residing in that oer tain territory lying outside of the lim its of, but adjacent to Hope Special Sohool District of Steele County, North Dakota,in said application and hereinafter described, petitioning and praying that such territory in said ap plication and petition and hereinafter described be, by the said the Board of Education of .the City of Hope of the State of North Dakota, annexed and attached to and be made apart of the said Hope Special School District for all school purposes. The territory described in said ap plication and petition and which it is sought to be annexed and attaahed to the said Hope Speeial School Distriot is located in the Township of Melrose in said Steele County, North Dakota, and 8 described as follows, to-wit.: All of Sections twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine (29), thirty (30), thirty-one (31), thirty-two (32) and thirty-three (33), in Township one hundred and forty-five (145) North, of Range fifty six (56) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. ... ... And,.Whereas, The said Board of Education of the City of Hope, of the State of North Dakota, upon the pre sentation and filing of said applica tion and petition did issue its order fixing Saturday, the 24th day of Jan uary, A. D. 1914, at the hour of seven 7 in he a no on of a day, at the City Council Chambers in the City Hall in the City of Hope, in he a of S el a S at of N or a a a time ahd plaee for the hearing upon said application and petition. Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given to any and all persons interes ted in said matter and to the public generally, and particularly to the ... ..... 9 £££. Addrtu January, A. D. 1914, to satisfy the amount due on said -mortgage. That-personal property which will be sold to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage is described as follows,'to wlt.: One Satterlee (Barnes) turning lathe, with gears, chucks and. jcalllpers complete one Bowser pump and-tank one flVe-horse power gasoline engine: one two-horse power gaso line eqglne one iron safe one roll-top desk one press drill one emery wheel one dresser one work stand one bedstead and mattress, and springs two chairs one line shaft, hang ers and belts one coal shovel fifteen cold chisels four ball pene hammers twenty "S" wrenches: three pipe wrenches one torch: three solderlhg irons one breast drill: two braces: one box of drlllB two claw hammers one emery wheel dresser two gasoline vul canlzers one wheel puller two Marwood. ve hicle casters one hack-saw five blades: twenty punches one hand axe one chain drill one pair tire tools one show case: one auto chuck set nine Ford wrenches four bearing scrapers one set reamers set thread cutters one set screw thread cutters: one die handle 'one water power pump one Beck with heating stove one small heater one block and tackle 75 feet of 1-lnch rope: one hard coal stove one portable forge, with 8 tnch fan on 90-lb. anvil one 10xftx2tt bench, with drawers one 18x4x3 tiench, with draw ers one pair clamps one air bottle, complete with hose one small portable bench one tube testing, tank one barrel augur: one 14-lb. sledge: one half-gallon oil can two 2-gallon oil cans two shovels, one fire shovel five steel faucets one S-gallonoll can twenty flies one 3-lt. rule: one pair tin snips four spark ping wrenches six screw drivers: one step ladder two pair tongs: two hand saws: one carpenter square one 8-lnch Jack screw: one 4-inch jaw bench vise two babbit ladles: two criflfla niltforo minimum effort —better work, with the least physical and mental strain. MAIL THIS COUPON am interested fa a Typewriter for General L_J Card Writing I I Billing Tabulating I I Label To L. C. SMITH fif BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY HOME OFFICE AND FACTORY AT SYRACUSE. N. V. 420 Second Avenue S., Minneapolis, Minn. Robert St. and 1st Avenue, Fargo Of the territory hereinbefore described, and the people of the said Hope Spe dial School. District said Steele County, that the said application and petition will be heard and duly con sidered by the Board of Education of the City of Hope, of the State of North Dakota, on Saturday, the 24th day of January, A. D. 1914, at the hour seven (7) o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the City Council Cham bers in. the City Hall in the City of Hope, in the said County of Steeile and State of North Dakota, at which time and place any and qjl persons may be and appear before he said the Board of Education of the City of Hope of the State of North Dakota, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said application and pe tition be not granted. Dated the 5th day of January, A. D. 1914. The Board of Education of the Attest: •r Jb' tyfrft act txaet striktt printing etnUr *v*rytim$ Th* L. C. Smith & Brot. ,3 BmV Btaring, Long Wtaring TyftwrtOr Think of everything that is modern and useful in typewriter con ®truction---tnen .add twenty to thirty per cent, for increased efficiency due to ball hearings—that's Le L. C. Smitli 6? Bros. Typewriter It compact, complete, easy to operate, durable and proof against inexperience and carelessness. Ball Bearings permit closer adjustments without binding than any other form of bearing. Expressed in human effort, this means that the City of Hope, of the State of North Dakota, By F. W. EHRBD, President. GEO. W. COLE, 1 CORPORATE Illegal. If berg Co., Sohool District No, of Melrose 6, of the said County of Steele, and, V- operator Seoretary. SEAL, F:' Adulterated and Miibrand.1l Products and Beverages J, E. F. Ladd, Chemist of the North Dakota Government Agricultural Ex periment Station and Food commission er for North Dakota, do hereby certify that the list of food products and bev erages, herein specified, have been analyzed during the six months pre ceding December 31st, 1913, and the same found to be adulterated or mis-' branded within the meaning of th» Statute as shown In each Individual case. I further affirm that this is a tru9 and correct list to the best of my knowledge. Correspondence E. F. LADD, Chemist and Food Commissioner. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st. day of December, 191S. (Seal) ALMA-K. JOHNSON. Fli 100S0—Candy rg Co., Tola made In imitation of figs. Illegal. Igs. Hanson-Dahl N. D. A mixture Wlnfleld Webster 10031—Tomatoes, A Co., Vienna, Md. legal. 10062—Sweet Mixed Pickles. Green A DeLalttre Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Con tain bensoate and alum. Illegal. 10070—Graham Flohr. Chaffee Mill er Milling Co., Casselton, N. D. A blend of mill products. Misbranded. 10.079—Graham Flour. Ellendale Milling Co., Ellendale, N. D. A blend of mill products. Misbranded. 10086—Gelatin Ice Cream. Cavalier. Cleamery Co., Cavalier, N. D. Fat 1 Notary Public. Notary Public, Cass County, N. D. Mv Commission expires Oct. 23, 1917. Adulterated aad Mlabraaded Foods and BmngM. 9931—Graham Flour. Lldgerwood Roller Mills, l.ldgerwood, N. D. A mixture of whole wheat .flour, -bolted flour and germ meal. Mlabranded. 9933—Prunes, Pitted: California Fruit Canner's Association, Fresno, Cal.. Weight not shown decomposed." Illegal. 993S—Sweet Pickles. Alart A Mc Gulre, New York. Contain alum. Ille gal. 9981—Apple Cider Vinegar. Clements Merc. Co., Sheldon, N. D. Diluted with water. Mlabranded. 9992—Yulka. Sohmlts Supply Co., St Paul, Minn. Made In imitation ot eggs. Illegal. 999S—Flavoring Extract, Vanilla. Arbuckle Bros., Chicago, ill. 14 per cent short measure. Mlabranded. 10002—Tomatoes. Daniel Packing Co., Amburg, Va. Contain added water, not Standard. 10004—Maraschino Cherries. Gold Lion. Oooke A Bernhelme'r Co., New York. Weight not shown colored with coal tar dye, not maraschino. Illegal. 10017—Fittest Cherries. Geo. R. New ell A Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Weight not shown: contains bensoate of soda. Illegal. 10028—Ice Cream. Crescent Creamery Co., St. Paul, Minn. Fat 7.6 per cent. Contain water.- II- -r* V! lit f* -4^^c#!R .: can do more work Writing '•ji'.'fe-- •OSS. 1009&—Caravan Figs. Jtoach-Tisiale, Minneapolis, Minn. Mixture imitation. Illegal. .. .. 10130—Candy. Mott Suoply Co., Mott, N. D. Coating imitation of chocolate colored with coal tar dye. Illegal. 10160—Graham Flour. No-Vary-Pro duuts Co., Minneapolis, Minn. A mill blend. Misbranded. 10166—-Sweet Plccalette. Yours Truly Brand. Nash Bros., Grand Forks, N. D. Contents spoiled. Illegal. 10159—Tomatoes. Glbbs Preserving Co., Baltimore, Md. Decomposed In edible. Illegal. 10176—Catsup. Tolerton & Warfleld Cto., Sioux City, Ta. Decomposed, filthy material containing 0.18 per cent ben-, •oate. Illegal. 10213—Gelatin Ice Cream. Willlston Creamery, WlUiston, N. D. Fat 12.4 per cent. Illegal. 10219-—Lemon Extract. Star fc Cres cent. S. H. Allen A Co., dt. Paul, Minn. Contains only trao.j ot lemon. Illegal. 10220—California Figs. Green Cord Brand. J. K. Armsby Co., San Fran cisco, Calif. Bleached with sulfur diox ide. Illegal. 10232—Gelatin Ice Cream. White's Ice Cream Co., Minot, N. ,.v, D. nit--:: A-:. v?!y 'S-i' Fat 12 per cent. Illegal. 10260—Chocolate Candy. Novelty Candy Co. Chicago, 111. Coated with shellac. Illegal. 1499—Whiskey. Umpire Spooial. Angelo Myers, Philadelphia, Pa. Com-, pound whiskey. Illegal. 1608—Whiskey—Old Rye DeLuxe^ Seal of Minnesota.' Miller Bros. Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Not a straight whiskey.- Illegal. 1521—Whiskey, Three Points. Sandell Bros., St. Paul, Minn. Not a straight whiskey. 1681—Tip Top Beer. The Hamburger Co., Chicago, 111. Alcohol 1.59 per cent not- a temperance beer. 1637—Whiskey. Baker's Private Stock. Baker A Rosenswelg, St. Paul, Minn. Not Standard. Not a straight whlsk6y 1566—Whiskey, Rye. Old Velvet. W. L. Perkins Co., St. Paul, Minn.- Largely neutral spirits colored and flavored. Illegal. 1602—Whiskey, Fine Old Rye, Cream Club. Miller Bros., Co.. Minneapolis,' Minn.' Not a straight whiskey low la alcohol. Notice of Sale, Mortgage Fore closure. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by vir tue of a Judgment and decree in foreclos ure and sale rendered and given by the Dist rict Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, and filed, entered and docket ed In the office of the Clerk of the said Court on the 7th day. of January 1914, In an action wherein James D. Brown was Plaintiff, and Joseph A. Pepper, Edith A. Pepper, Michael B. Hanley, Mary C. Hanley, and D. W. Mc Kellipe, were defendants, in favor of the said plaintiff, and against the said defendants. Joseph A. Pepper. Edith A. Pepper, Michael B. Hanley ana Mary O. Hanley, for the sUm ot One Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Dol lars and fifteen cents (11380.15) which judg ment and decree among other things directed the sale by me of the real estate hereinafter described, to satisfy the amount of said Judg ment with interest thereon, and the costs and expenses of said sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds thereof applicable thereto will satisfy. And by virtue of a special writ of execution to me Issued out of the office of the Cleric ot said Court, In and for said County of Steele, and under the seal ot said Court, directing me to sell said real estate pursuant to sald judg ment and decree, I, C. J. Long, Sheriff of said County, and person appointed by said Court to make said sale wU seU the hereinafter des cribed real estate to the highest bidder, for cash, at public auction at the front door of the Court house in the village ot Sherbrooke, In the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, on the 14th day of February 1914, at 1 o'clock p. m. ot that day, to satisfy said judgment, with the interest and costs there on, aad the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will satisfy. The premises to be Sold as aforesaid pursu antto said Judgment and decree, and to said writ, and to this notice, are described In said ludgment, decree and writ, as follows, to wit ..Lots Numbered seventeen (17) and eighteen (18), In Block numbered twenty-four (24) in the Orlgln^l Townslte of Hope, according to the plat thereof of record In the office of the RegisterofDeedsin and for the County of Steele, North Dakota. There will be due on said Judgment on the day of sale, the sum of One Thousand Three Hundred Ninety-nine and 11-100 Dollars, to gether with the costs and expenses of such Dated this 7th day of January 1914. O. J. LONG, Sheriff in and tor Steele County, North Dakota Wm. Barclay, Attorney for Plaintiff, Bhc herbrooke, N. D. 42-et: 1-8-14 -V ft1 -..J-. 'f- eu, t' -i 0 4 /v 'A •.v. -r-, "VV' ®8g#'