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GOODRIDGE-CALL LUMBER COMPANY,
DACOT0H LUMBER COMPANY, flgents.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Serial No. 07Vl.)
Department of the Interior,
T.S. Land Office at Bismarck, N. I),.
Aupust 2" 1, 191u.
-Notice is hereby given that
Leopold Feiszt.
:•'f Marie, North Dakota, why, on
March -, 19o0, made Homestead
Kntry No. 33274. .Serial No. u"»91,
for south half of northeast quarter
and north half of southeast quarter
'•i ecti«m 2'J, Township 1-53 north.
Range 74 west of Fifth Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final five-year proof,
t" establish claim to the land above
described, before Charles B. Carlev,
judge ami ex-officio clerk of the
•ounty court.at Linton,North Dako
ta, on the eleventh dav of October
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Claimant name-: as witne-wes:
Iwnatz Bosch, of Linton, N. U.
Wendelin Burgad, of Marie, N. I).
Jacob Kuntz. of Marie, N. 1).
Sebastian Schlosser, jf Marie, N. Ii.
-M.H.Jewell, Register!
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Serial No. u7ot',7.1
Department of the Interior,
U.S.Land Office at Bi-:marck, N. I
September l'.Mo.
Notice is hereby given that
Christian Albrecht.
Of Larvik, North Dakota, who, on
J'uly 22, 11KI5, made Homestead En
try No. 3120i, Serial No. 1170(17, for
lot 3, south half of northwest quar
ter and northwest quarter of south
west quarter of Section 2. Township
north. Range 77 west of Fifth
P«ncipal Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final five-year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before P. CI. Rooks,
clerk of district court, at Linton.
North Dakota, on the 18th day of
••.October, 1910.
Claimant names a witnesses:
•.Peter Schmidt, of Larvik, N. 1).
Christof Krug, of Larvik, N. D.
Ooorg Huber, of Larvik, N. D.
Fred Pfatr, of Larvik, N. D.
M. H. Jewell. Register.
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Yearlings and Two-Year-Olds. Ail Subject to
Registration Terms to Suit.
At O.O.JOHNSON RANCH. 3:- Miles East
of Linton.
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St ria! No. t'7:tn .Sep. 29—Oct. 27.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U.S. I^nd Office at Bismarck, N.D.,
.September 19,1910.
Notice is hereby given that
Jakob Sehindler.
Of Brufy, North Dakota, who, on
October "Jo. 1905. made Homestead
Application and Entry N'o. 32052,
•Serial No. 073'Vi, for the northwest
quarter of .Section 10. Township 133
north, Range 77 west of the Fifth
Principal Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final five-year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before William
Muench. United States Commission
er. at Linton. North Dakota, on the
1st day of November, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses
Friedrich Pfaflf. Linton, N. D.
Peter F. Schmidt, Linton. N. I).
Christof Krieg. Linton, N. D.
Karl Fritschle, Linton. N. D.
M. H. Jewell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Serial No. 02306.)
Department of the Interior,
U.S. Land Office at Bismarck, N. D.,
August 22, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that
Evelyn Stearns,
Of Linton, North Dakota, who on
November 13, 1908. made Ho'me
stead Entry, Serial No. 02300. for
the south half of the northeast
quarter and lots 1 and 2, Section 4
Township 133 north, Range 77 «•pet
of Fifth Principal Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
commutation proof, to establish
claim to the land above described
before Charles B. Carley, judge and
ex-ofiicio clerk of the county court
at Linton, North Dakota,on the 10th
dav of October, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses
E. C. Brooks, of Linton. N. I).
William T. Brooks, of Linton, N 1)
Ray Little, of Linton. N. D.
William McCulley.of Linton, N
—M. H. Jewell, Register
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Work inished at coon, after which
tnere wsi a respite until 3. when
more haj was given, and Spain at 7.
We were usually readr for i«e\i at ?,
although a few times we re-juur.c-d
up until 10.
The cattlemen had the entire ru:
of the great broad open steerage
devk ait and the portion of the bow
forward assigned to the crew. Here
we met niaay of the cabin passen
gers and had jolly good times and
talks with them. On the quiet sev
eral of the higher officers had pleas
ant' words for us. To our amuse
ment the menials took delight in
making things as unpleasant as pos
sible when opportunity offered.
Th« Ostrich.
That ostriches hide their heads
in the sand and think that their
bodies are thereby hidden seems to
be pure myth, says the London
'limes. Old birds on the nest and
young birds when seeking to evade
notice squat close to the ground and
stretch their necks out ilut on the
sand. In the case of the young,
which harmonizes as perfectly with
their sandy surroundings as young
ringed plover do with the stone» on
a beach, the ruse is said to reader
them almost invisible, and on the
wide espanses of the desert it is
evident that the upright neck of a
sitting bird would render it unnec
essarily conspicuous to a marauding
enemy. But there is no more
ground for accusing the ostrich of
"self illusion" than there is for
bringing the same charge against
ihe partridge chick, which by mere
ly sitting still among the grass prac
tically disappears from sight.
Fully Explained.
Our colored friends are never at
a loss for a word or a reason.
'"Why is it," said I to Uncle John
Henry at the lish market, "that
these fish have pink gills and those
white
"Oh, miss," answered he wisely,
'•yo' see, it's on count ob de cauglit
ness ob de fish. Yes. miss, it am
sure de calightness dat makes de
fish difluiit. Some fish hez moah
an' some fish hez less. Yes, indeed,
miss, dat's^de entiah an' eberlast
inT reason of it. Some of de fish
hez moah an' some hez less. Yes,
miss, dat am so. Y'es, indeed,
miss."—Philadelphia Ledger.
A Littl* Abstntminded.
The other day Dixon came out of
his house, walked to the edge of
the pavement, threw his right leg
into the air with a vaulting move
ment and fell to the ground.
A friend who came along in time
to witness the singular perform
ance said to him:
"Why, Dixon, whatever do you
mean by such a performance
Dixon got up, brushed the dirt
from his garments and, rubbing his
bruises, said:
"I thought 1 was getting 0:1 my
bieyclc. I forgot that I didn't have
it with me."'—London Scraps.
Whirl H« Failad.
"Offenbach," said a musician of
wide experience, "once had an un
usually good valet. The man could
shave, cook, tailor, market, doctor
horses—do, in a word, a thousand
things. Offenbach nevertheless dis
charged him.
'Wliy,' his friends said, 'did vou
di—
•nn.-s a servant so apt?'
'h, because,' said OfTenljach
pettishly, "in heating mv clothes
mi¥K
m.v dootr he would never
I keep in time.'"
UliUtt*
oo Uie N. E. of Section
north* Kun lb vettl of
Icriiliau. in satd Kmmons
To Constitution.
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txj r. ss f. .-\vs:
sfcali by aw for
oi »jssjc*s o.f tt-t p«iof
v*V5ur:\ within
s:atie. hat the tamiyr cf sa-d jus
I tsw to he in tUK'h
j«saiy siar. :v iv.ri:?v5 by aw to
asmbrr sfeatli iv rwvvssarv
fwr iJw pr.-ivr sdn^Hrsfsrst-cn of
Ibe .-u-s::^5# cf the p««c«
Sfivsn ptwv2«\i f.'.r sfcsii have eon
ic-"jmea: %vish the uis
|um ftsatts jus*S with a"! county
Csxiri^ ia s...'x*iv?i K*i»s when the
is cvc :rvvvrsy. «daave of
cvsts. vkvs dc: c.\cif«ed two hundrtv.
aad sh^y shxJI feaxe such
'iarUuicUco to fetw
arc: oeterr.v.ne
K^irwar-or ss nay be
proxTd-evl by :sw, but ir, r.o ease
sfea«I sski justjevs c: the pesace have
.-urisdknieo wl«r. the boundaries of
•o.r title to res.: estate shall come in
i»jiies:5cn. T!re I^isjasive assembly
shall law power to abolish the ornoe
of justice of the yea?e and confer
ti»t jurisdiction utvm judges of
]county courts or eisevhtre.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
Section :'i oi the constitution of
he state of North Dakota is amend
1 ed to read as follows:
Ithe
Fro-n o'oioci :o we ssuli-^ v.
IT. "^1*? i'"arcr O-'v ks rT O't
bi-:k ar.i tAckk- *hir v- -a b-^rtlles
•if "lit aac :*earr hs^s of et-~. 1
Section SI. The term of office
of the judges of the supreme court,
except as in this article otherwise
provided, shai! he ten years, begin
ning on the nrst Tuesday after the
first Monday in January of the year
next foUowiRg their election, and
they shall hold their ornoes until
their successors are du'.v quaMr.eil
I This section shali not be construed
II as extending the term of othce of
thv judges servi at the time of
the adaption of this amendment. e.\
Scept as herein provided. The
terms of office of the judges 1 the
supreme court elected at the genera!
election in 1910 shall be as follows:
jThe one receiving the highest nam
's ber of votes at such election shall
hoid his office for a term of ten
years: the one receiving the next
.highest number of votes at such
election shall h.^'ii his oTrice for a
terni of eight years, and the one re
ceiving the lowest number of votes
at such election shall hoid his office
for a term of six years.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
Article 9. Section 15S. of the con
stitution of the state of North Da
kota is amended so as to read as fol
lows:
Section 1"». No land shall be sold
for less than the appraised value,
and in no ease for less than
ten dollars per acre. The pur
chaser shall pay one-fifth of the
prich in cash and the remaining
four-fifths as follows: One-fifth in
five years, one-fifth on or before the
expiration of ten years, one-fifth on
or before the expiration of fifteen
years,and one-fifth on or before the
expiration of twenty years, with
interest at the rate of not less than
five per cent per anum. payable an
nually in advance provided, that
when payments are made before due
they shall be made at an interest
paying date, and one year's interest
in advance shall he paid on all money
so paid. All sales shall be held at
the county seat of the county in
which the land so sold is situated,
and shall be at public auction and
to the highest bidder, after sixty
days' advertisement of the same iii
a newspaper of general circulation
in the vicinity of the land to be sold,
and one at the seat of government.
Such lands as shall not have been
especiallv subdivided shall be of
fered in tracts of one-quarter sec
tion. and those subdivided in the
smallest subdivision. All lands desig
nated for sale and not sold within
two years after appraisal shall be
reappraised before they are sold.
No grant or patent for such lands
shall issue until payment is made
for the same: provided, that the
iand contracted to be sold by the
state shall be subject to taxation
from the date of such contract. In
case the taxes assessed against any
of said lands for any year remain
unpaid until the first Monday in
October of the following year, then
and thereupon the contract of sale
for such lands shall, if the board of
university and school lands so deter
mine, become null and void. Any
lands under the provisions of Section
158 of the constitution of the state
of North Dakota that have hereto
fore been sold may be paid for, ex
cept as to interest, as provided here
in provided, further, that anv
school or institution lands that may
be required for townsite purposes,
school-house sites, church sites,cem
etery sites, sites for otfier educa
tional or charitable institutions,pub
lic parks, fair grounds, public high
ways, railroad right-of-wav, or for
other railroad uses and purposes,
reservoirs for the storage of water
for irrigation, drain ditches or irri
gation ditches, and lands that may
be required for any of the purposes
over which the right of eminent do
main may be exercised under the
constitution and the laws of the state
of North Dakota, may be sold under
the provisions of this section and
shall be paid for,principal and inter
est, in full in advance at the time of
sale or at any time thereafter and
patent issued therefor when prin
cipal and interest are paid.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
The legislative assembly is hereby
authorized and empowered to pro
vide by law for the erection, pur
chasing or leasing and operation of
one or more terminal grain elevators
in the states of Minnesota or Wiscon
sin. or both, to be maintained and
operated in such manner as the
legislative assembly shall prescribe,
and provide for inspection, weigh-
Mouco is uereuj' ft Yen mtTpSBIHW BM
bet'n tiled with the of VA» liUr
the TMatloo of the illif In block
in Hunter*s first addition to Linton,
trn.i.-.w u-ill i'im« lilflrth» m}itt*»P ahd
Pr^Hwd Amewl»ews ^^^SSSir*,,rt CHANGED OWNERS.
Vt.KKUD 1U.AISDF.IL
S*vrv::iry of Stat*.
Kwvarcs. I* August Ifl1.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
N.'tuv iS her^'y tiiat
tr:ct si cour.ty o:V-or-rs
Tht' State
v:?:Avrs
are
T-v ConjrrossiriaTv
Thrv-? J-:stiots of '.! supreme
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One I'OvertiOr.
One Lieuter.srt Governor.
One Secretary of State.
One Stats Auditor.
One State Treasurer.
One Superintendent of Puhilc In
struction.
Or.e Commissioner of Insurance.
One Attorney General.
One Commissioner of Agriculture
and Labor.
Three Commissioners of Railroads.
Ihe District Officer* are:
One State Senator to represent
the 2" :h District.
Two Members of the House of
Representatives to represent the
2ith District.
"Hie County Officers are.
One Sheriff.
One Auditor.
One Treasurer.
One C!e»k of District Court.
One Register of Deeds.
One State's Attorney.
One County Judge.
Or.e Surveyor.
One Coroner.
One Superintendent of Schools.
Four Justices of the Feace.
Four Constables.
The follwoing places are designat
ed as voting places, and inspectors
appointed as named:
Precinct No. i. Burr Oak: Town
ship 13c\ Ranges 7S and 79. Vote at
Macdonald school-house. Inspector.
John Eastwood.
Precinct No. 2. Denhem: Town
ships 134 and 13o. Range7». Vote at
Jones school-house. Inspector. John
Baker.
Precinct No. 3. Livona: Town
ship Kj, Ranges 7 and 79. Vote
at Livona school-house. Inspector,
Wesley Baker.
Precinct No. 4. (.layton: Town
ship 134. Ranges 7 and ~v. Vote at
Gimble school-house. Inspector.
Geortre Suverly.
Precinct No. •". Hampton: Town
ship 133, Ranges 77, 78 and 79. Vote
at School-house No. 2. Inspector.
S. G. Busby.
Precinct No.fi. Braddock Town
ship 136, Ranges 74 and 75. Vote at
Braddock school-house. Inspector,
L. M. Doerschlag.
Precinct No. 7. Cherry Grove:
Township 139, Range 70.' Vote at
Sueltz school-house. Inspector, E.
F. Savage.
Precinct No. 8. Hazelton: Town
sihps 134 and 13f. Range 70. Vote
at Hazelton school-house. Inspect
or, S. F. Wright
Precinct No. 9. Logan: Town
ships 134 and 13o, Range 75. Vote
at Lc®an school-house. Inspector,
Win. Baxter.
Precinct No. 10. Tell: Townships
134 and 135, Range 74. Vote at Tell
schosl-house No. 3. Inspector, P.
G. Levin.
Precinct No. 11. Omio: Town
ship 133, Ranges 74 and 75. Vote at
Lovell school-house. Inspector, J.
H. Jennings.
Precinct No. 12. McCully: Town
ship 133. Range TO. Vote at residence
ofWm. McCully. lispector. Charlts
e\V itt.
Precinct No. 13. Dakem: Town
ship 132, Ranges 74 and 75. Vote at
Bosch school-house. Inspector, Win.
Maxwell.
Precinct No. 14. Exeter: Town
ship 1'31, Ranges 74 and 75. Vote at
residence of Sebastian Wald. In
spector, Rochus Dosch.
Precinct No. 15. Hague: Town
ships 129 and 130, Ranges 71 ami 75.
Vote at Hague school-house. In
spector, Chris. Hirning.
Precinct No. 10. Linton: Town
ship 132. Range 70. Vote at Frank
lin school-house. Inspector W. E
Petrie.
Priecinct No 17. Strasburg
Townohip 131. Ranges 70 and 77.
Vote at Strasburg school-house. In
spector. J. J. Baumgartner.
Precint No. 18. Westlield: Town
ships 129 and 130, Range 70. Vote at
Rowerdink's store. Inspetor, Louis
Dornbush.
Precinct No. 19. Union: Town
ships 129 and 130, Range 77. Vote
at School-house No. I. Inspector,
Barend Looyenga.
Precinct No. 20. Hmmonsburg
Townshi|) 132, Ranges 78 and 70.
ote at Tuttlo school-house. In
spector, O. K. Purge.
Dated this 3d day of Oct
D. 1910, at I.intoii. N 11.
J. (!. PUTS.
I will make my
ton after October l.'.th,
a
able noil s!ifi-«|'ndion ,,
l.ist ot Ummo.is county Real Estate
Transferred Since Our Last
Published Report
Receiver's Certificates.
United Staets to Joseph I.!itz, lots
1, 2^i:h1
:1
011
the :h J.\\ ct" November
!he seve:-^ vo:privincts
:n tho wunty e.i K-".:nons. state of
Xwth lak(Xta. an eltvtion will be .,
.v'd for she fc" ow»rff state, .iis-1
and qr of qr of 2-
United States to Albert Shepers-
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1-1-^ -.n
United State? to Oliver B. Peck
ens. lots 1, 2 and 3 of 4-13(5-70.
Patents.
United States to F.mil Naumann,
hf of qr of 2^-131-75.
United States Willie Burkhardt,
lots 1 and 2 of 4-131-7.
United States to David D. Leon
ard. qr of 22-131-77.
United States to Louise II. Kings
ley. hf of qr and hf of qr
of 2^-134-70.
United States John Fish, hf of
qr and lots and 2 of 1-129-77.
United States to Jo'nn O'Fiynn, lot
3 oi 1-131- ,o.
United States to Christof Krug,
hf of qr and hf of qr of
14-133-77.
Warranty Deeds. 0
Ursula Kalberer and husband to
August rl Klahunde. hf of qr
ano iotr -. iiiid -I ot k'J-1-jo-1o. 80,-
Ernest A. Crain and wife to
Charles W. Pratt, qr of qr
and lot 2 ..f -129-77: qr of
qr of and hf of qr of
3«.i-13:':-7". 2, iHi.03.
E A. Crain and wife to Charles
W. Pratt, hf oi hf of 13-129-78
of 31-131-74 hf of qr,
qr of qr and qr of qr
of 3o.j3n.7- hi of or and lots
3 and 1 of 0-133-75. 88,ol5.02.
John 1. II-top and wife to Anton
Kramer, lot 12. block 5. Roop's lirst
addition to Hazelton. 875.i\i.
Mrs. C. H. Wilcox to C. II. Ash
and Dr. J. C. Ash, all of 7-130-77.
1.00,
C. A. Palters.'ii and wife to L. A.
Wearherby. lot 13, block 11, Hun
ters' first addition to Linton. 81,
.}0o,oo.
Anion Goehring and wife to Frank
Shoits, hf of 2*'.l:::.-70. S'LO. 1KI.OO.
Frank A. Letner t' Jacob Opp,
hf of qr and, w. lit" of qr of 1
134-79. ?2,5oo.Oi).
A. E. Pnil'ner and wife to F.
Pfiii'ner. qr and hf
of 1-135-75. ,oii.tXi.
Charles W. Pratt and wife to Jen
nie S. Means, hf of hf of 13-129
78: qr of 31-131-71: vv hf of
qr, qr of qr and qr of
qr of 30-1:10-78 hf of qr and
ldfs 3 and 1 of -'to.133-75: qr of
qr and lot 2 of 18-129-77: qr of
qr of 1M33-75 nml hf of qr
of *0-1:13-7-. 81 l.Ooo.01.
11. A. Drake and wife to A. N.
Drake, hf of 27-133-70 .sl.oO.
Fred W. Carringer to Mason W.
Spicer, 11 hf of qr of 10-130-75.
81.110.
Uiiit-Claim Deeds.
N. B. Nelson et al. to Emma I
Burse, hf of qr and hf of
qr of 18-132-7 and qr of 22-132-
Charles lieni-dicks to
qr of 31-135-7*'. and
135-70. 81.0!'!
(Serial No. o,
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Precinct No. 21. Winona: Town
ship 131, Ranges 78 and 79. Vote at
Winona school-house. Inspector
W. K. Carpenter.
Precinct No. 22. Putnam: 'I own
ship 130, Ranges 78 ami 79, exeeiii
Sections 1 to 12 of each township
Vote a* Putnam soiiool-house. In/
spector, Clif. Putnam.
Precinct No. 2:t. Glanavon: Town
ship 129. Ranges 78 and 79. Vote nt
School-house No. I. Inspector Ste
phen Silk.
Precinct No. 21.
Township 130, Ihinife
Buchanan scheo!-bous
A. K. Dutton.
,M,,'
Said elect ion will lie
o'clock in the morning and eontinue
open until 5 o'clock in ||M.
of that day.
LWM Lodge, No. TI
Pythias.
Meetings every fir,t 1,
of each motitb,
ers in good standtca nn--,
I'lGAKS
!'. Ii. Ryan,
qr of 35-
:7,
September 30, piio.
Notice is hereby given that
John Rensehler.
01 1 lartfoul. North Dakota, who,
f)t
northwest
quarter and noi ilu-a-t quarter of
southwest quarter of Section "O
'-V »"'tli. Range 78 west
O the I- ,fth Principal .Meridian, has
iled notice of intention to make
'Iii-'il li\e-.vear i-roof, to establish
'•hum to the ,,-mil above described
nlv\' K"- and
a OIIk 10 ,ei o| the (Hint Court
at Linton, North Dakota,'011 the
••1st day o| (1,-U.ber. 1 iJo.
laimant nanieo. as witnesses
Bnrkliardi. ,,f Linton. N." D.
Ben-ehler. ..f Linton, N
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PHYSICIAN AMI
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phones: offin*.
WILLIAM
United States Coin:.
U.VTK.Y NOKTII 1
iiici 1 f'roof.s—
THE HOME
BAKERY)
Next to Petrie'-
f'lior,' T- ..
Bread, Cakes. Pies.
Etc.
Fresh Baked
Dmly
GIVE US A
call. I
J. W. McKITRICK.1
LINTON
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CARPENTER
and
BUILDERl
Fine and Coarse rk I i.,ne.
Will Guarantee to Ii-. .• Sat- -fact-
Apply ut Hosifion.-f
or tl II. Tli-
E.
MICKEL,
o.
Omio. North I ufojt.i.
Will Drill Wells from
I Inches in Diameter, A I'
ABLE RATES.
tfl-
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
TUBULAR
s,. -jj 0ct 27
N( TICE l-'( 111 PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. I.and Oiice at Bismarck. N. D..
WELLS.
NINE YEARS' EXPEiiiENYh
SATISFACTION (.1 \R\Sthl
Agent tor Electric Plow ar.o I lira
ing Engin
011
I December o, plot, made Ibunestead
Entry N... 29517. Serial No. 00287,
I *l" half ot northwest quarter,
1 southwest quarter
FRANCIS JASZK1 1 \K.
No. 421 Twelfth St.. Bismaro...V9
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Watchmaker
ano
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Repairing a
i'all at the Stone I•
Linton. North Dakota
SMITH & IRVINE-
Undertaking and
1 1 mi. in
Embaining.
Furniture and
tvs
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Cas^ts.
Personal ar.d prompt
telephone orders.
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