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We nit- gl.ul to learn that Knox K -.till Improving. Mrs.' Itobert Johnson attended the morning services at Forbes Suntla. Mis. A lux Cooksey spent a few hours Saturday In Forbes, visiting wiin uramima I'utien ami family. The beautiful nuv dwelling house or M r. ami Mrs. Uhel Hanks makes qnllu an Improvement to our section of country. -Chris tmboden lias commenced building his six-room house In the Oak Grove district. It will hu an Improvement to our neighborhood. Mr. Iloone Pansher spent a few hours In Forbes, Saturday. She has had quite a siege of sickness all win tcr, but Me hope the opening of spring wilt helphcr to regain strength and vigor. Dewey Cooksey has set a price on his riding pony one hundred dollars Is his price, and we have been In formed that he says he Isn't anilous to sell at that price, for the pony Is worth more money than that to him. X. Y. SC. If you want the latest map, and one of the best weekly farm Journals In the country, and Tub Skntinrl, for one year, send us tl.CO, the price of Titic Skktinicl alone. Upon receipt of 91.50 wo will send you the Missouri Ituralist, weekly for ono year, and the Parcel Tost Map. The map Is the latest, six pages, and beside thu Parcel Post Zone Map, contains, among other late features, one page, of the six fages, The Anatomical Horsu Chart Icsldeslhls.CoiiiplctcCcnsusHcturhs, Map or the World, United Stales and tho State of Missouri by counties, ami also a Map of the Panama Canal. Remember you get the Wkkki.v MlSiMMIItl ItUltAMHT, TlIK SlX-l'AOK MAr and THE SENTINEL, one year, for only $l.,To. Wm. itostock, onu mllu vast of Oregon, has Hoars and Gilts for sale. They are long and deep bodied, and are thirty Inches tall ami over: they have eight Inch hone, they are cut out for SN.)ouml hogs. Ills spring iKiats w III weigh -V) pounds ami bet ter, just in breeding condition: they are not fat, Just big ami smooth, lie lias them hi excellent condition, which Is the main part to produce good, strong vigorous pig1, lie feeds them very little corn, hence they are not burnt out with corn, which would make them unlit for breeding. If you want something that gets big at half the age that the hogs we used to have and have now. tret one of these Improved lllg Type Poland-Chinas. Ills sows and Herd Hoars are all recorded. They were carefully selected by him. regardlessof price, In Iowa, and shipped right to Oregon. Call on or address, WM. ROSTOCK. Oregon, Mo. WHEN your Eyes fail you go to Carey E. Bunker, Oregon, Mo.. and have them properly fitted. MAKE MONEY AS A MERCHANT. Without capital and through salesmanship, not peddling can vassing, you can set up In busi ness for yourself. We are es tablishlug Represent all vis In every city, town and village for the JEW EL Vacuum Sweeper. It Is, we believe, the best and cheapest hand-power Vacuum Sweeper In the world. Every thing about It Is explained In our two booklets: "An Enemy to Dust," and "How We Set You Pp In llusiuess." At once, write for these In come producing booklets and make money in u protltablu and permanent business as a re sponsible and respected mer chant. Simply address, GENERAL APPLIANCE FACTOIIY, INC., 1 380 Main Street, Marinette, Wisconsin, I'. S. A. LOW FREIGHT RATES on Household Qoodi Wteuilfraldwr(itlhuiUilbiajMcaait M HtOMbofd Owdi, Aoloi. lie.. It 17 ' UalMt SHIM. Ll ui iblt for joa ad SATI YOU MONEY. WrlUn.iitocfr low ttlM MlMftwri River rratahl Mm Cm. Nfta. Math HaNM M. M Dwcllinfl House Cheap. Notice is hereby given that the un derslgncd Chairman of the Hoard of Trustees for tho I. O. O. F., of this city, will receive sealed bids, and award to tho highest and best bidder for the ownership and removal of the two frame buildings and foundations on the lot owned W me uaa reuows located south of the oostoftlce. Hid. ders must accompany bids with a flu forfeiture, and a bond for 9100 that they will remove such buildings with In 30 days, following the award. Hlds will do receivea up io noon oi MONDAY, APRIL 21, WW. Consideration, cash in lrand. .' 'Lkvi'Soiiijltk, , .- j Trustee,. KI.KOTIOX NOTICK. Big Tarkio Drainage Dist.ict. Milliv Is herein gleii to (lie nmi. ers of land l.ilng. being .mil situate within the rnriMiialc lliiills of the UK'. TA It Kit i DRAINAGE DIS TRICT, hi Holt Counti. Missouri, that a meeting of the I. mil owners has been called bv the boa id of sup ervisors of said Drainage District, and will be held therein on SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1013, at North Center school house, situ ate on the Southeast corner of the Southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Sixty-two (02), of Range (40), for the pnrpose of electing one Supervisor to succeed John . Slater, whose term explrea,and for the trans action of such other business as may come before said meeting. That the polls will open at 2 o'clock m., sharp, of that day at the time and place specified herein, and will close at 4 o'clock p. m. Ily order of the Hoard of Supervis ors of lllg Tarkio Drainage District of Holt County, Missouri. I ) John E. Slatkk, 8KAL President of the Hoard ( -v ) of Supervisors. Attest: O. W. Poyntkk, Secretary. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. George P. Leach, bv his certain deed of trust dated .tune 11, WOt), and tiled for record on May t, mr-', in tne onice or tlie itecordcr or Deeds within and for the County or Holt. State of Missouri, and recorded In Hook 121, at Page 200, conveyed to the undersigned trustee In trust to secure the payment of the promissory notes in sain teei oi irust uescritieii the following described real estate situate In the County of Holt and Statu of Missouri, tu-wlt: Heglnnlug at a certain hollow west of tho Nodaway River where the east Hue of the south east quarter of Sec tion eleven (11) In Townshlh slxtvdioi of Range thirty-seven (37) crosses said iioiiow; tiieure up sain nouow norm ni west six aiid.rt-luoclialiiMnorth :i;t east twoamllHl-KHichalnsitheiici! thence north III c west until It in tersects the north Hue of the tract of and hounded as fo lows: commencing In the center of Section II in said Township and Range: thence north.") rods: thence east so rod: thence south .Vi rods: thencu west so rods to the commencing; thence east to the Section line: thence south on the Sec tion line to Hie n ace of beginning, containing 2." acres more or less. Also Lot ve ( Hi Section ll. in Town ship and Range aforesaid, also one acre lying in Andrew County, Missou ri, adjoining the Mill Dam and being olT of the northwest miarter of Sec tion twelve (12). Township and Range aforesaid. And whereas default has been madu In the navment of said notes, and wnereas me legal uoiner oi sain noie has reuuesteil me lo execute the now ers vested In me bv the terms and provisions of said deed of trust Therefore In compliance witli said re quest and In pursuance of the powers vcsieo in me ny sain (teen oi irusi, i will on MONDAY, MAY .', WW, between the hours of U o'clock In the forenoon ami . o'clock In the after noon of said day at the north court house door In the City of Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, proceed to sell at public vendue to thu highest umder ror casii in hand me auove described properly, to satisfy said dent and Interest ami costs of execu ting this trust. r. .1. lir.NKKii, Trustee Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby given, that Let' ters Testamentary and of Admlnls (ration on the Estate of T. S. Illmle. deceased, were granted to the under slLMied on Hip lllli rial- of March. ltli:i. DV i tie rronate uuri or no i county. Missouri. All persons having claims against, said Estate are required to ex libit them for allowance to the Ad mlnlstrator within six months after the date of said Letters, or they may hu precluded from any benetlt of said Estate: and if such claims hi not ex hibited within one year from tho date of the last insertion of thu publica tion oi mis nonce, mey suau no lor ever barred. This Uth day of March WW. W. II. RICHARDS, .1. HUNT. Executors. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is Hereby Given, That thu undersigned administrator oi me es tate of John W. rancher, deceased. will make final settlements of his ac counts with said estate as such ad mlnlstrator at the next Term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Mis souri, to be holden in Oregon, In said County, on the 12th day of May, A D., Wi.l. JOHN K. TAYLOR, Administrator. This 2Hth day of March, WW. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned Administrator of the estate of Gilbert W. Pollen, deceased will make Final Settlement of his ac counts with said estate as such Ad mlnlstrator at ttie next Term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Mis sourl, to bu holden at Oregon In said County, on the 12th day of May, A I)., WW. G. W. CUMMINS, Public Administrator. This lttli day of April, 1013. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned Administrator of the estate of George P. Leach, deceased will make Final Settlement of his accounts witli said estate as such Ad' mlnlstrator at the next Term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Mis souri, to be holden at Oregon In said County, on the 12th day of May, A T 19W. G. W. CUMMINS, Ii'uuui; viuiuiiiiiLiaiur. This Uth day of April,. WW. Notice of Bridge Letting. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned, will on thu nth day or May. 11)1.1, between the hours or 1 and 4 ii. m.. of said day. at the nori It door of the Court House. In the Ot of Oregon, let at public outcry or sealed bids, as may be ordered by the Court on day of letting. Contracts for building bridges and concrete culverts, as named below, and such other bridges and culverts that the Court mav add thereto on day of letting. Contractor to give bond to main tain said bridges and culverts for four years. Said bridges and culverts to be completed In 120 days from day of letting, and bridges and culverts not completed within Bald time, contract shall be null and void. Hlds to be either sealed or open as determined on day of letting. Court reserves the right lo reiect any and all bids. Flans and sDecltications on tile in County Clerk's onice and County Sur veyor s onice. LIST OK CONCUKTE CUI.VKUTS: No. 4,-S-ft. Arch at the Kd. 11 or- necker farm, H miles northeast of Oregon. No. 7.-11x4 Hox at the Kills Rob erts' farm, 2( miles southwest of Maltlaml. No. 8.Vft. Arch at the Kb Ho- zclle farm, 4 miles northwest of Malt land. No. 1). ."eft. Arch at the George Stephenson's farm, :i miles northeast of Oregon. No. W. .Vft. Arch at the Philip Schlolzhaucr farm, one-half mllu north of Curon Switch. No. 12. .Vft. Arch at the Alon.o Meadows farm, miles southwest of Maltlaml. No. W.-.VU. Arch at the Mrs. .11 miles southwest of Hrowuleu farm. Maltlaml. No. It Ixt Hox at the W. U miles southwest Smith rami, of Maltlaml. No. l.VVU. Arch at thu Robert Cottier farm, 31 miles northeast or Mound City. No. III.-lo-f i. A roll at the Atlolph Summers' farm, " miles east of ( ire gon. No. 17. Vft , Arch at the Pierce 21 111110 northwest of school house. lorbes. No. II). 12-rt. Arch at the liurcli. U miles northeast of I'nion Mound City. No. 20 ilx:i Hox at the Perry Mini ker's farm, :i miles northeast of Na pier. No. 2l.-H-ft. Arch at the Abe Loucks' farm, ." miles northwest of Maltlaml Xu.22.10.fi Arch, 1 miles north of Xewt Patterson's farm, and 01 miles east of Mound City. No. 21.-8x4 linx at the .las. Gar rett farm,! miles east of Mound City. No.2.-.-12-ft. Arch at thu L11111 1 miles southwest of Patterson farm, Maltlaml. No. 20.-4x4 Hox at the II. II miles southwest Wright farm, Maltlaml. No. 27..Vft. Arch at the Geo. Hun ter farm, 11 miles west uf Maltlaml. No. 30. -Vft. Arch at the Lum Meadows' farm, .'I I miles west of Maltlaml. No. 2!).-H-ft. Arch at the L. !.'. Cooper rami, I mile southeast or apicr. Xo. 32.-0.ft. Arch at thu Gus miles northeast or Hunt, farm. 21 Mound uity. No. 33. -8xt Hox at thu Alex Mever farm. 8 miles northeast of Mound City. Xo.3!i 8-ft. Arch at the Smith Meadows rami, 41 miles southwest or Maltlaml. No. 10. -3x3 Hox at the. Chris Stro hel rami, II miles northeast or Mound my. No. I2....vrt. Hox at the. I. G. Nor man rami, i miles noriiieast 01 Mound City. No. 31.-H.ft. Arch at J. II. Hints' farm, 7 miles northwest of Maltlaml. No. 23.. -0x3 Hox at the .1. 21 miles northeast A. or Mo Na bier rami. pier. No. .". .Vrt. Arch at thu High land church, 4 miles northeast of lorbes. No. W.-O-ft. Arch at the Cull) school house, 21 miles east of Curzon switch. LIST OK HTKKI, IIRIIHlKSi No. 300-rt. steel bridgo at tho Asa Sharp rami, 3 miles northeast or craig. No. ii.--22-tt. steel bridge at the Jake Crider farm, miles southwest 01 Maiuami. Xo. 1. ."Mi-ft. steel bridge at thu Jack Haker farm, & miles northwest 01 urcgon. No. 7.-22-ft. steel bridge at the Lee Kvans farm, 4 miles northwest of rorest cny. No. I), 10-ft. steel bridge at the Thomas Hutton farm, 0 miles north east of Mound City. This 14th day of April, 1013. JOHN H. PERET, County Surveyor. UNDERTAKING OREGON FURNITURE CO. Reildance. Horn Ffcona, 17B Of lie, Farmer' Phon. 148 W. J. BRYNE, JR. No. 3263. .Foaled 1008; Ml hands high, and black, with mealy nose. Sire, W. J. Hryne, Reg. No. 627; Sire by Leo Chief, ho by Hourbon Chief, he by Patterson Ueuna Vista, lie by Im ported Hercules. Ills dam byEspatlc, Hourbon Chief dam by Napoleon 3rd; second dam Retina Vista; third dam by Imported Castlllan Henna: W. J. Hryne, Jr.. Dam. Queen Hess, Reg. No. D.iin,2280; Sire Grover Cleveland, Reg. No. 02(1; lie by Mammoth 4th: he by Mammoth 3rd: tlrst dam by Hamilton Mammoth 2nd. Tkrms ani Conditions: W. .1. Hryne, Jr., will make the season of W13, at my livery barn, In Oregon, Mo. $12.50 to Insure live colt, but for Jennets, I2.V00 w ill be charged for a .Tack colt and fl2.no for a Jennet. If mare or mares are parted with, or removed from the neighborhood, witnotit my consent, money for ser vice becomes due, and must lie paid at once. Care will be taken to pre vent accidents, hut will not he re sponsible should any occur. O. W. SIMERLV, Oregon, Mo. HARRY M. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Van Busklrk Build intj, Northwest Corner Court House Square, OREGON, MISSOURI. Sheriff's Sale in 1'artition. Stati: in- Misoi;m, I Coi!NT OF lldl.T. I In the Circuit Court, of Hull County, Mtsfouri. L. L. Teaie, PlalntllT, vs. Peter Galhralth. Defendant. Whereas, on thu litli day or Janu ary. ' 1 . in the circuit uourt or 110 t County, Missouri, a Decree in Parti tion in the above entitled causu was rendered, and It was In the court round that owing to the nature, lo cation and amount or said property nereiuaiier described, nan 111011 mere of In kind could not be made without great sacrlllce and prejudice to the rights and interests or me parties. It was ordered by the court that thu said lauds bu sold for cash, by the Sheriff of Holt County, Missouri, at the April Term of said court for the year W13. as , provided hv law In such cases, and that the Sheriff report his acts ami doings in tne premises at the next term 01 tins court. Hv virtue ami authority or said de cree or partition and order or sale a cert Hied copy whereof was to mu de livered DV me cierK 01 said court on thu .'tli day oi February, WI3, I will on WHDNKSDAY, APRIL 30, W13, between the hours ol 0 o'clock In the forenoon and . 1 o'clock In the after noon of that day, at t lie north door of the Court House, In the City of Oregon. Holt County. Missouri, sell at public vendue, to thu highest bid der for cash In hand, the following described real estate, to-wlt: "Lots one (1), two (2), thicu (3), four (I), (12) twelve, thirteen (13) and fourteen (14) 111 mock tiiirty-six in the t tiy 01 t'tirtsi, 11011 county, .Missouri, as same are designated on the rccoided plat thereof except that part of Lots 13 and II aforesaid taken for railroad right or way, all in Holt County. Mis souri. G. K, GF.LVIN, Slicrlu or Holt county, Missouri. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, Rebecca ('. Proud, Execu trix of the Estate of Clark O. Proud, deceased, .will make Final Settlement or her accounts with said Estate as such Executrix at the next Term or the Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri, to bu holden at Oregon. In said County, on the 12th day of May A. 11. UU.i. HKHECCA C.FHori), Executrix. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned Administratrix of thu estate of Kate G. Holt, deceased, will make Final Settlement or her accounts with said estate as such Ad ministratrix at the next Term or the Probate Court or Ho t County. Mis sourl, to be holden ut Oregon In said County, on thu V.'th day or May, A !., W13. MINNIE IL MOORE. Administratrix. This Uth day of April, 1013. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice h hereby given, that the undersigned Executor of the estate of Alfred Gentry, deceased, will make Final Settlement of his accounts with said estate as such Executor at the next Term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri, to be holden at Oregon In said County, on the 12th day of May, A. D.. WW. FRANK PETREE, Executor. This Uth day of April, W13. Mrsj,Wlll Schulte'wasaSt. Joseph vlsltorr this week.' BLACK PEKCHtKUN No 512.1. COLOR AND DESCRIPTlUN:- Hlack, w 1th starisood st vie and action: weight, 1700 lbs.; coming 7 vcars old: better known as the John Wachtel horse. IILACK PERCH KRON was foaled .tune 21. 1000; bred by M. L. Avers, of Shenandoah, Iowa; got by lllande, JSC'S 30577: ho by llrllllant 111, 11110 2010: he by Fenelon, 2082-38; he by iirimaiu, iziwon; ne ny iiriinani, 1BDO-760: he by Coco, 11-714; he by Vleux Cnasl In 713: he bv Coco 712: he by Mlgnun 71f: ho by Jcan-Le-lllanc. 7.10. Ills pedigree may be seen at the barn. HLACK PKRCIIKRON will make the season of 1013. at my farm. 11 miles southeast of New Point. Season to Iwgln the tlrst or April. Farmers' rnone. TKRMS AND CONDITION: I5.00 to Insure living colt. Service fee be comes due when mare leaves the neighborhood or count v. Mare and colt to stand good for lieu, (.'are will lie tahen to prevent accidents, nut will not le responsible should any occur. WM. BUCKNUM, Owner. JOE JEWELL, JR., THIRD. COLOR AND DESCRIPTION: Is a hand-nine .'I year-old Hay Stallion, with white points: good, strong Hat hone, with gcod action; weighs 1,0in) pounds, Thu saddle horse of today Is the horse that brings the money. If you havu a horsu that saddles and can change his galls, he Is worth .'K0 to .'00. He Is the only horse that can change his gaits. 100 Jewell. Jr.. Tiiitd, was sired ny Old Joe Jewell, of Lexington, Ken tucky. Dam, by Old I-1) lug Cloud, he by Peacock, by Pat Clavhorne. l'.it (:!uvlinrni)'M stiwk nn, flu. L-n !il- est. saddle burses known tods v. Joe Jewell, Jr.. Third, will make the season of WW, at my place, four miles north or I orest City and one half mile north of Klmsey school house. TERMS ANDCONDITIONS: H.00 to Insure living colt. Money due when mare Is sold or removed from original locality. Care taken to pre vent, accidents, hut will not lie re sponsible should any occur. M. H. WRIGHT. FARMERS' PHONE, FOREST CITY. King Risdike. COLOR AND DESCRIPTION Is a handsome six-year-old Hay Stallion with black points; W hands high, good strong Mat bone, with good ac tion: weight i.s-H pounds. King Risdike. bred by Menlo King, No. 311200. a full hiother to Reuben W. 2IH. King Ulsdlke's D.1111 was Josephine, shed hv Clark Street, No. 11)07. King Rlsdikus Grand Dam wus sired bv Robert. Risdike. 2131; sire or Eli.:. K. .21l: a horse that sold for 11,000. Swan Glen. 22l: Guy, JW and sire or a carload of 21 colts that sold at an average or (!. each, when linr.u mint i-i,rv tnte all hold for fancy roadsters. 'Hu Is a full brother to Mabel King, 2131. who sold for 7,500 and was ptu chased by W. T VanHrunt, or St. Joseph. King Rllike will make tho season or WW, at my rami, H miles south east or New Point. Farmers' Phone. TEKMS-flft to Insure living colt. Service fee becomes due when mate leaves thu neighborhood or county Mare and colt to stand good for lien. Ca.ru will bo taken to prevent acci dents, but will not lie responsible should any occur. WM. BUCKNUM, Owner. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given, that the uudenlgned Executor of the estate of Susan Ii. Xachman, deceased, will make final settlements of his ac counts with said estate us such Exe cutor at the next Term of tho Pro. .,....... n( f, ...... M lr.....l to be holden In Oregon. In said County, on the 12th day of May, A D., Wi.l. DANIEL .ACIIMAN, Executor. Tills 18U day of .AprJI, Wll , What a Man Can Do. The most most hopeless man in the United States tomorrow can drop oft the railroad train at any station In- Kansas or Nebraska or Oklahoma without a cent and within an hour got work at 2 a day. Within live years he can own a piece of land and In twenty have a comfortable homo with sons and daughters In the state university. He need only have a rea sonably strong body and character. To the hundreds of Socialists who will write In to say that this sugges tion doesn't solve all tho problems of the universe, we announce In advance that we don't care. We are more In terested In telling one man who wants to know how to do It howhecandolt, than In speculating on what would happen If all the poor men In all the cities did It. We never thought much of the effectiveness of those old monks who used to spend their time debat ing how many angels could stand on the northwest side of the point of a pinCollier's Weekly. m THE OREGON INTKRIJRBAN TIME TABLE. Effective Sunday, January 1, 11)11. Oregon Forest City 27 Lv. 7:35 a m Ar. H:00a in A -48 " 0:30 a 111 " 0:55 a m 20 " 12:10 p 111 " 12:35 p m 21 " 2:00 p in " 2:25 p ni A-15 " 4:25 p 111 " 4:55 p ni 20 " 7:25 p in " 7:15 pin C. It. - ll Time Return F. City Oregon Lv. M:20 a in Ar. s:l5 a 111 " A lo:lii a in ' 10:35 a ni LOiipm " 1:25 p 111 " 2:10 pin " 3:05 pin " 5:01 p 111 " 5:25 p 111 " 0:30 p in :5o p 111 Note A Dally except Sunday. A special train for stock and car load shipments will leave Oregon at 12:10 p, m., wheneer desired by shippers. Notice: All local freight will leave Oregon on the 0:20 a. 111. train. For Sale! Mv residence, consist lug of 4 rooms. 1 closet, summer kitchen, smoke and wood house, cistern, city water. In good neighborhood, opposite the Methodist church. Price, 1H00. Ad dress, Mus. Kt.i.i'.N Dkfkkniiauuii, Oregon, Mo. C. D. Zook, President. L. I. Mooitic, G. L. Cummins, Cashier. Vice-President. Zook & Roecker BANKING COMPANY. OREGON, : : KstutillNhetl MISSOURI 1871. The oldest hank in thu county. Transacts a general hanking business. Interest paid on time deposits. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Ilavumade spe cial arrangements to collect money due from estates In foreign countries. Thu accounts or farmers, merchants ami individuals respectfully solicited. Special care given to any business in trusted to us, Telephone No. 10 Daniki. aciiman, c. .1. Hunt, President. Cashier '. Sciiui.tk, Assistant Cashier. W.l TIS CITIZENS' BiHL OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000. Transacts a general banking busi ness, interest pain on deposits leu for specllled time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted DiitKCrmts: I), .aciiman, president- J. A. Kreek secretary; Jas llucher It, F Morgan, ami s. r-. o'muioii. Telephone No. 43 77m Qmnubw DOMESTIC thl.M P'MI DUW-I i Dir.. I fpam fMl.ry OtfAmtrovall 'I'bii klml lour iirtailiunili- rr. ii.id. tlur j"01' iimiilii ti... Two m.Llilur. 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