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Records of Whitman County
MARCH 16. ly 17
Heeds
'. ' C. N. Stllson si ux. to Huntley In
vestment Co., nh 9. nwq nwq 10-16
--42. $23,400.
W. H. Forney st ux. to Eva Sako
witch tract In 2-15-39. $600.
D. .1. Crisp St ux. to I. A. Crisp,
undivided half lots 1,2.- 4. blk 2,
Gartlu's add. Garfield, $150.
Edward Csltaui Si ux. to Adal
bart Moaman lot* 4, 5, 0, 11, 12. 3,
blk "A," Griefs add. Bnlonlo^ n
$2600.
J. w. Simpson et in to i. A. anj
Ii .1. Crisp, lots 1. 2. 3, 4, blk 2, N.
K. Oartins add. Garfield, $350.
Colfax National Hunk lo Chits
tlon Oswald, eh nwq lots 1, •■ of 19*
18-42, $1.
Mary Stevenson et vir to KmII N
Prehn. east 50 ft lot 10, blk "D, '
Griefs add. Unlontown, $1.
Jos Grief et ux. to Emll N. Prehn,
east BO ft lot 1. Nik "D." Griefs add.
I'liiontown, $1.
Michael Grief to Emll N. Prehn,
east BO ft lot 1. bib "D." Griefs add.
Pnlontown, $1.
Jno J. Grief et : .i to Emll x.
Prehn. east •'■" ft. lot 1. blk "D."
111 iefs add, I'liiontown. $1.
Mortgage*
E. G. Falres et iiv to Bertha Pel
ton, lot l, blk 8, R. ('. MeOroskey's
lad add. Garfield, $200.
Chat L. Warren to St. John Stale
Bank, live stock, auto, machinery,
two-thirds crop, eh seq, soq neq 34
--19-41. $700.
B. P. Taylor et ux. to A. B. Will
aid, live stock, Implements, two
thirds crop, eh eh .10-45-5, sh seq
30-44-4, nh neq 31-45-4, $000.
Geo. V. Wetsel el al. toC, F. Mc
Greevy, 255 tons hay, 160 tons of
straw, $3000.
Ceo. F. Wetsel et al. to C, I. Mc
Kalbflelsch, live stock, machinery,
grain, two-thirds crop on lands oni
reservation. $8000,
J C. Hubbard el v* to Colfax Na
tional Bank, live slock, two-thirds
crop, see SB, wh 36-19-4 2: all the
crop, sec 35, wh 9-42; all the
crop on sh nh, neq neq 25-16-41;
wh 19-16-42 ( nwq 30-16-42, $9000.
R. F. Carroll to Colfax National
Bank, two-thirds crop part sec. IT.
part, sec S In 1042: two thirds of
crop nh neq, seq neq, 8-16-42, nh 9,
nwq nwq 10-IC-4 2, live stock, $1300.
Releases
Voorheei & Canfleld to Thos. A
White et al.. real mtge.
Garfield National Hank lo K. L.
Wisenor, chattel mtge.
MARCH 10. 1917
Be wis
Jno. H. Hodgson el ux, to Chas.
Berquesl part blk 11, Thornton. $1.
W. H. Vannlce et ux, to J. 1. Ma
jor, stl seq 20, swq swq 21. liwq 28,
nh neq 29-16-4 and tract In neq
29 :6 43, $28,000.
Ben Bowerman et. ux. to Ernes!
Bowerman, lot 10, blk I, Anderson's
add. Rosalia. $1.
Minnie I. Latta el vir to 1. P.
Young, lot 3, Latta'a Bub division, of
lot 6 of McGee'a sub-df vision, seq
32-15-46, $1.
Anna lungers el vir to Richard W.
Wallace et ux.. lot 3. blk 21. La
inont, $1.
Q. W. Harper el ux. to C E. Day.
tun 1 in 1 16-46, $800.
state of Washington to J, A. An
derson, seq 36-16-41, $5100.
Colfax Investment Co. to Wm.
Kramllch, eh seq .11-10-43 (ex), neq
14-16-43 mi, $20,000.
Marion Lester to C. R. Ruble, lots
11. 12. blk 3. Lamb's add. Johnson,
lots 1. 2. 3. 1, blk 3, and lots 0, 7,
i, d, blk 1. Johnson, $550.
Mortgages
W. T. Wright el ux. to F. A. Pier
son; neq (ex) 25-1 !»-45.' and eh sU(|
nwq seq 2-19-45, $14,000.
Ernest Bowerman et ux. to Hank
of Rosalia, lot U), blk I, Anderson's
add, Rosalia, $150.
('has Reid et ux. to Pullman Sav
ings & Loan asoclation, lots 5, 6,
blk 5, Guy. $300.
J. A. Anderson et ax to Farmers
National Bank. Colfax, seq 36-16
--41, $4800.
.1. C Hubbard si iv to Colfax Na
tional Bank, part eh neq. pan neq
seq 24-16-41, Qq, part nh swq 19
--10-4 2. 19000,
Wm. J. Brophy el al. to A. 11 Av
erill Machinery Co.. two-thirds crop,
nh 18-20-40, $1000.
A. G. Tullar to 11. K. Lum, house
hold fin allure, fixtures, medical
supplies, etc., $700;
Jacob Kiefer to E. E. Cole, live
stock, machinery, grain two-thirds
.crop eh eh 20-19-4 5. $3500
Coon Kaiser to Bank of Endieott,
live stock, machinery, one-third of
crop on pan sec 2, sec II 16-41, part
10-16-41, two-thirds crop sec 4, part
see 5-16-42, $3700.
Releases
Fidelity National BanK to Dolph
E. .Boozer et al., real mtge.
Fidelity Savings & I..an Ana. to
Alvah L, Logsdon ct ux.. real mtge.
Mrs, Minnie Cooiey to Jos. B.
•ebwslgaf et ux., real mtge.
C. i. Hoover to W. A. Self, chat
: tel mtge. .
Bessie P.. Bowman, gdu, to Frank
J. Bowman, chattel mtge.
.MARCH 17, 1911
Deeds
Frank A. Piersou si ux. to W. T.
Wright; part neq. part nwq swq, eh
I swq 26-19-46; »eg neq, neq seq 26
--j 19-46; $34,000.
Ltndstrom-Handforth Lumber Co.
i lo M. A. Ilarwood, lots 5 to 12, inc.
j blk .".2, Ewan $1000.
C. N. Stllson et ux. to I). W. Henry,
seq and part neq. 5-10-4 2, swq nw q,
R'h »wq and seq swq, 4-10-4 2, $23,
--000.
Richard a Truax, executor, lo
Matilda Ann Steward tract in
Fartiifngton, $340.
School district No, 1 to I. It.
Good »■' "I■■ lota 3, I, 5, 6, I'll. 33,
Colfax. $1900.
Mortgages
K. it in mi. i Fry to Farmers Nation
al Hank. Colfax, tract in nh nh 30
--15-41, 600.
Wm. X rum! [eh el ux. to Colfax
National Bank, part eh seq 11-16
13, neq 14-10-43. lots and tracts In
I Grand View add, Colfax. $8000,
D. VV, Henry et al. to Elizabeth
Neace, part eh 5-16-42, sli swq, nwq
swq, swq nwq, SUq lleq. seq Il\\q.
| nwq .. q, lleq swq 1-10-12, $16,000
Clarence W. Lindsay el al. to Col
fax State Bank, lots 8, 9, blk 8, Per
kins & Prescott's Riverside add., Col
fax, $1000.
Chattel Mortgages
Lee Maleed to John P. Duke, live
stock, crop on McCormick tract, Bh
36-I *-46, $175.
J. L. Brown to VV. ii. Spence, live
stock, $500.
10. M Voting to Asa White, ha*
of crop on eh 36-17-41, $:;',>.",.
Release*.
Emma Lee Cory to Prank Ran
som et ux., real mtge.
Tekoa State Bank to Mercy C.
Flint et al.. real mtge.
Ragdon & Henderson to Jolin
Coolldge, chattel mine.
MARCH 19, 1917
Patents
United State;, to John Nagel. swq
seq, 20-15-4 I.
Deeds
Neri Coats el al. to Wm. Verhei
jen, lot 2, blk 2, Geo. T. Huffman
add, Tekoa, $260.
Herman Reik to Sanford 11. Riggs,
lots'l, 2, blk 3, Proffs 2nd add, Ro
salia. $10.
('has N. Gowdy to Flora E. Lltch,
, tract in 5-14-45, $3000.
Barbara Kaiser to Jno. Guettin
| ger, sh neq. lots 1, 2 of 3-12-4 6,
! * I 6,065
Gertrude S. Hill el vir to ('has. B.
Miller el ux., part lots 5, 6, blk 12,
Pullman, $3500.
Aaron Hover el ux. to ("lias. 1..
Chamberlin, seq 31, wh swq 32-17
--13, $1.
Mortgages
Flora K. Litch et vir to ('has. N.
low v, rati in 5-14-45, $1000;
<;. F. Jamison* et ux. to Pullman
Savings & Loan Assn., lots 5, 6, 7, 8,
<». 10, blk 26. College Hill add. Pull
man, $750.
.Ino. Guettinger el ux. to Barbara
Kaiser, sh neq, lots 1.'2, 3-12-45,
*1 1.000.
Chas. L. Chamberlain et ux. to
Aaron 11. Hover, sen Ml, wh swq 32
--17-43. $2500.
Lizzie Leinbach et vir to Colfax
State Bank, lot 12, nh lot 13, blk 9,
Prescott & Perkins Riverside add.
Colfax, $161.
Jno. E. Strain et ux. to Farmers
National Bank, Colfax, house fur
nishings, surgical instruments, medi
cal library, etc., $219.
Same to same, Colfax, automobile,
$300.
J. A. Brown to Revue Farmers
Warehouse & Elevator Co., live
stock, $98
Irvin Hehivan to Bank of Winona
live stock, $600,
Chas. J. Smith to Fred Boyd, llvo
stock, two-thirds crop sh nwq 13-17
■M. $165.
Releases
Lizzie Klauser to .las M. East et
ux., real mtge.
Pullman Savings & Loan Assn. to
Jno. Melvin et ux., real mtge.
Augusta Vasher to Jos. B.
j Schwelger el al., real mtge.
Augusta Vasher to Geo. J. Bcha
degg .t al.. real mtge.
Bank of Winona to Geo. James,
chattel mtge
Marion Freeman to Jno. R. Strain,
! chattel mtge.
F. A. Williams to W. Q. Allen.
j conditional bill of sale.
P. A. Williams to Alex Canutt et
[ al.. conditional bill of sale.
F. A. Williams to J. E. Sarver,
conditional bill of sale.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Standard Furniture Co. to Samuel
Price, house furnishings, $125.
Wm. H. Porter to J. C. Foot, two
pontes, harness, buggy, $100.
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MARCH 20, 1917
Patents
United States to John A. Smith.
seq 28-18-41. .£,<:
Deeds
W. C. Reuter et ux. to Jno. H.
I rum lots 3, 4. blk 29, College Hill
add, Pullman, $1.
H. E. Splater et ux. to Wm. E.
Moore, lot 2, blk 1, Hay, $200.
Jno. Chandler et al. to H. E. Splat
er. lot 8, blk 1. Hay, $10.
J. Anna Harris to Jno. Berner.
swq wq, 5-17-45 lex). $3850.
Orion E. Henry to Chas. E. Saw
yer, lots 3, 4, blk 12, Smiths add,
Palousa, $50.
Wm. P. Belvaii et ux. to R. A. Bel
vall, lots 5, 6, blk 20, Powers add,
Palouse, $1.
Pine City Development Co. to Roy
Williams, lot 4, blk 3, Smiths add
Pine City, $65.
Pine City Development Co. to A
Walden. lot 3, blk 3, Smiths add
Pine City. $65.
Klisu A. Wilson to Herbert Klui
brough, lot 13, blk 7, College Park
add. Pullman, $1.
11. Edward Finch et ux. to E. L
Withers, part lot 14, blk 64, Samuel
Simpsons add, Garfield, $1200.
Jno. Kelly, admr., to Emmett Kel
ly, -!i neq, sh nwq, nh seq 24-20-39,
2.000.
Jno. Kelly to Kinmett Kelly, sh
neq. Bh nwq. nh seq, 24-20-39, $1.
Leases
K. R. Keller to .1. Lew Powell, lot
">, blk 10, LaCrosse, and barber fix
i tires.
W. H. Barnhart et ux. to Floyd F
Fields, seq 33-16-40.
Mortgages
H. E. Tweedy et ux. to Melvin La
kin, seq swq, 5-14-45, $2000.
V. B. .McDowell et ux. to Equitable
Savings & Loan Assn., lot 5, blk 2
Myrlcks add to Colfax, $1911.60.
Merrltt S. Dearborn to W. L. Rich
tract in -■„(• 3 and 4, 17-45, $2500
Nora V. Prior et vir to W. H. Lacy
lot 5, blk 9, Prescott & Perkins Riv
erside add to Colfax. $288.4 0.
Jno. L. Richards to Farmers Na
tional Hank. Colfax, sh nwq 25-18
43 (ex), $5000."
C. B. Elliot to Citizens State Bank
Tekoa, live stock, two-thirds crop wh
seq, 23-20-45, nwq 25-20-45, $2700
Releases
R. J. Edwards to Walter A. Holtz
et ux.. real mtge.
Security National Bank, Cheney
to E. E. Likens, chattel mtge.
Thos. McCart vs. Garfield National
Bank, liens.
Conditional Bills of Sale
Economy Welding Machine Co. to
Fred K. ScHultz, torch, $50.
Champion Register Co. to W. A
Chamberlln, accounts system, $135
The John Doran company to Win.
A. Pearl, automobile, $412.
Washington Motor Car Finance
company to Mrs P. A. ltoundy, au
tomobile, $1402.
Bills of Sale
J. C Rains to Frank Burnett, live
stock. $675.
MARCH 21, 1917
Receiver's Receipt
United States to Clifford H. Cald
well, wh swq, 8-13-38.
Deeds
Floyd Wilson et ux. to Harmar
Robeson, part lot 2, blk 1, Black
hurst * Hufds add. St. John, $1700
Harry _. Jordon et ux. to Henry
Turner, nh seq, neq swq 28-19-40,
$X
W. C. Kruegel et ux. to Eugene W.
Hill, 10t.9, nh lot 8, blk 2, Rose Park
add. Pullman. $2700.
M. A. Lynch to Nellie Lynch, lot
10. blk 10, Ewan, $1.
Ceo. E. Wright et ux. to S. K.
[Carles, lots 21, 22. blk l. Roachdale,
$150.
Clifford H. Caldwell et ux. to
Alonzo Nichols, wh swq 8-13-38,
$750.
Alonzo Nichols el u\. to Clifford
H. Caldwell, part eh seq 8-13-38,
$750.
Alonzo Nichols et ux. to Clifford
H. Caldwell, part eh seq 8-13-38, $1.
Geo. W. Taylor et ux. to Clarence
Fronek, lots 9, 10. blk 3, Shobes
add. LaCrosse, $250.
Lease
Mrs. Barbary C. Sanders et al. to
Fred Peed, sh neq, seq 19, wh wh
20-15-45.
Mortgages
Eugene W. Hill et ux. to F. C. For
rest, lot 9, nh lot 8, blk 2, Rose Park
add. Pullman. $1700.
Alonzo Nichols et ux. to First Sav
ings & Trust Bank. Whitman county,
neq 18, wh swq 8-13-38, $400.
R. B. Jamison to T. Davis, house
furnishings, $450.
Releases
Isabella Taylor to Augustus M.
Durkee et ux.. real mtge.
J. S. Albright et al. to L. F. Stout
et ux.. real mtge.
Jno. J. Cowley to W. E Leavltt et
UK, real mtge.
Bill of Sale
Ralph Lyons to Jno. Kuder, auto
mobile. $325.
Mace A. Lynch to Nellie Lynch
live stock, machinery, etc., $1.
Floyd Wilson to Harraar Robeson,
barber shop fixtures, etc., $1.
GARDEN VEGETABLES FOR
WASHINGTON
I lie following varieties of vege
tables ure recommended for planting
in Washington by W. S. Thornber,
Director of Extension, State College
of Washington.
Abbreviations are: E. for Early;
M. for Mid-season, and L. for Late.
Beans
M. Burpee's Stringless Green Pod.
M. Golden Refugee
Beets
E. Crosby Egyptian.
L. Edmond's Blood Turnip.
Cabbage
E. Early Jersey Wakefield.
\i. Succession,
L. Kate Drum Head.
Carrots
E. Earliest Short Horn.
M. Chantenay,
M. Half Long,
Cauliflower
E. Early Snowball.
M. Dry Weather.
Celery
E. White Plume,
M. Golden Self Blanching.
L. Giant Pascol.
Corn
E. Golden Bantam,
K. Peep o'Day,
M. Howling Mob.
I. Evergreen.
K. Country Gentleman.
Cucumbers
E. Early Russian.
M. White Spine.
Egg Plain
E. Black Beauty. *> ,
M. New York Improved.
Kohl Raid
E. Earliest Erfurt,
M. Early Purple Vienna.
Lettuce
K. Grand Rapids Forcing.
M. Head: New York.
VI. Head: Hanson
.Musk melons
10. Rocky Ford.
l-:. Hurt-ell's Netted Gem.
Onions
E. Australian Brown
M. White Portugal;
L. Prlzetaker.
Parsley
Moss Curled.
Peppers
K. Ruby King. '
M. Chinese Giant,
Pumpkins
E. Small Sugar.
VI, Large cheese.
K. Large Yellow.
Peas
E. Alaska.
M. Advancer,
1. Large White- Marrowfat
Radishes
E. French Breakfast,
10. Early Scarlet Turnip.
M. Icicle.
M. Long White Vienna, .
Salsify
M, Long White.
M. Sandwich Island.
Spinach
E. Victoria.
M. New Zealand.
Sun Flowers
K. Giant Russian.
Tomatoes
10. Sparks' Earliana.
E. Chalk's Early Jewel.
L. Trucker's Favorite.
Turnips
E. Early Purple Top.
M. Milan.
Watermelons
M. Kleckley Sweet or Monte Crista.
E. Cole's Sweet.
Squash
K. Bush Scallop.
E. Summer Crookneck,
M. Boston Marrow.
L. Golden Hubbard.
FARMING IS A BUSINESS
Mans people can remember when
their mothers used to card and spin
the wool from their own sheep.
"Homespun" made popular clothes
In those days each farm was more
Independence from the rest of the
world than is the case today. 'I hen
crops were traded for other commod
ities, grain was hauled to the grist
mill and ground up, the resulting
meal, flour, etc., hauled home. Lit
tle money was used or seen. Money
was buried in the back yard, banks
were under suspicion.
Today how many people in America
card and spin wool? How many of the
old grist mills survive? How much
money is hoarded and buried? Times
have changed. Now the Washington
farmer is too busy raising crops' to
feed war-devastated Europe and run
ning his farm to bother trying to
raise and grow everything he needs.
He would rather buy flower and
meal and pay the middleman's profit
than to bother to haul his grain to -
grist mill, even if the grist mill ex
isted. .Money is not buried as of
yore; it is invested in farms, live
stock, bonds, stock, and other ways
♦here it win bring la a revenue.
Times have (hanged, farming lias be
come a business,
FOR SALE—Monarch range. in
very good condition. Inquire at
Herald office. mch2tf
C THE GOOD JUDGE MEETS A DISCONTENTED WESTERN MAN
NEIGHBOR, YOU LOOK AS IFI I LOST MY LAST AND BESTI [~F ME GETS A C«»JTI
YOU MAD LOST YOUR LAST] FRIEND' THAT WAS A f—' OF W-B TOBACCO J
—ANYTHING IfT POUCH OF W-B CUT L I'M CERTAINLY aA'
CAN DO FOR YOU , r— J TOBACCO. YOU KNOW il I NO^JSroNt^
"^ LITTLE CHEW LASTS AND I TOO I -——
*,-;) ' CONTENTS A MAN C ' ' -L-^>^
WHO is there that's got the heart to refuse a man
a little chew from his pouch of W-B CUT
Chewing—especially if he's a gentlemanly fel
low who would appreciate rich tobacco? Once a man
gets used to real tobacco, it goes mighty hard with him
to swing back to the ordinary over sweetened kind.
W-B has cut in two the amount he tucks away in his
cheek.
Made by WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 1107 Bro.Jw.y, New To* City
-;s" Saturday Specials Aj
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
3HHC
DR. I). R. CAMPBELL
Physician and Surgeon
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
Office phone 32
Residence phone 6' i
DR. L. (i. KIMZEY
Successor to Dr. Ed Maguire
Office at White's Drug Store
Residence 301 Colorado St.
Residence phone 56. Office phone 12 6
DR. E. T. PATEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Emerson Building
• Phone 100
Office phone 81
Residence phone 3481
DR. W. LUTHER HOLT
Osteopathic Physician
Office hours: 9t012 a. in.
2 to 6 p. in.
Office over First National Han
Pullman, Wash
M. S. JAMAR
Attorney at Law
Office in Flatiron Building
D. ii. DOW
Attorney at Law
Room 14, First National Hank Bldg.
V. E. MANGER
Attorney at Law
Room 11, First National Bank Bld|
DR. A. E. SHAW
Dentist
Office:
First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pullman
Hours: 8 to 12 a. in.; 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Demist
Office In Emerson Building
Phone 63
DR. R. W. HARROLD
Dentist
EMERSON BUILDING
Phone 100
<- - T. ALLISON BALL
U_____^^>- Eye Specialist
WHLj^Sp^ Office First National
vSJSES^/ Bank Building
Phone 1403
W. 11. STB ALB ____t________^__
Optical Specialist {P^ s?^
Strictly Correct '/''____W__\.
(■lasses Guaranteed
Room 3, Emerson Building
Phone 3681
MISS EMMA C. ANDERSON
Graduate Nurse
(ienoral Private Work
Phone M 285
if you are thinking of buying lire,
health or accident Insurance It will
be to your advantage to see my
policies first, Win. M. Porter.
Janl2tf
MRS. STYLES
Teacher of Piano and Voice
Pupil or Mine. Carelll. Berlin
Studio, 510 Montgomery
Phone 208; l
FOR SALE—The quarter taction
of land one mile west of Pullman,
known as the H. M. Aten estate.
Terms: $5000 down, balance on
long time to suit purchaser. For in
formation see F. E. Sanger, attorney
for the estate. Ella M. Aten, Ad
ministratrix. Janl2tf
Go to Duthle's for Big Horn and
Utah coals.
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE
PI LI.MAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
To provide a systematic and abso
lutely safe plan for the Investment
of savings, and to aid its niemben
to acquire homes of their own Is the
object of the Pullman Savings and
Loan Association. The Association
is in every sense a HOME institution.
Who it's For
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and health, and of the folly of
spending all his money as fast at
he gets it, provides for an emer
gency.
II is for the Prudent Woman, who
out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a liPle money,
monthly, where it will be securely
and profitably invested, and give her
the least trouble and whore she can
get it when needed.
It is for the Young Man possesalaf
the manhood and determination to
save something every month from
bis earnings as a reserve fund, to
draw on when sick or out of a posi
tion, for providing a home or for a
start in business.
It is for Boys and Girl*, to help
them to be economical and Industri
ous and to encourage them to ac
quire the habit of saving, provide a
fund to educate them and to malt*
them Independent.
It is for Societies, Fraternal and
Other Organizations wishing to In
vest their Income for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build
ing.
It is for all Seeking a Home or
who want to Improve their property,
or pay off a mortgage or to provide
a fund for any other worthy purpose.
. ■'
Call on or Write
M. K. SNYDER
Pullman, Washington
Saxon .« Case
AUTOMOBILES
See
OSCAR HILL
Agent
Pullman, Wash.
Attention Farmers!
Unlimited amount of money to
loan on Palouse farms at six per cent
Interest on first class loans.
MONTANA LIFE INSURANCE <<>.
Win. M. Porter, Agent
Cullman, Wash.
Office second floor of City Hall
Phone 22
J. M. Schuster
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PHONE 32«2
FOR SALE—Five-passenger In
terstate motor car; in use only •
v<a' and a half; In best of condi-,
110:1; $600. Also camping outfit for
car. Lieut. Ark brook, phone 2-»3
--ntarSStf
Insure with McClaskey. JsnJM*

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