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Thursday , May i th. 1885.
CON.GHEGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10
A. 51. every week. Preaching services every
Sunday night at 7.80. M. T. Also , every alter
nate Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exceptions
to the above will bo noticed in locals.
Guoiiai : DUKOAN , Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11
A. it. and 7:30 P. 31. . mountain timo. Sunday
School at 3 P. M. The services and Sunday
pchool will bo held for the future In the Opera
Hnll. All are cordially invited. Seats tree.
W. S. AV'HEELEU , Pastor.
. Services will bo held in the
Opera Hall once every four weeks.
JOSKPII CLEKY , Pastor.
A. F. & A. M. McCook Lodge , U.
D. , meets on the flrstnnd third Tues
days of each month.
G. L. LAWS , \V. M.
T. G. ItEES. Secretary.
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
KA8T LEAVES : EAST LEAVES :
No.2 7:10 , A. M. | No. 40 C : 10 , P.M.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES : -
No. 30 1:00. P.M. I No. 1 0XiP. M.
CSfEastbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freight tniins do not carry passengers.
It. It. WOOIJB , Agent.
L.OCB , ! Intelligeiice.
Memorial Day May 30th.
Fresh candy at the City Bakery.
E. M. Brickcy & Co. for clothing.
Special meeting of the Board of Trus
tees , to-night.
Chickens every Saturday at Church
& Bohanan's meat market.
Sweet Michigan cider of excellent
quality at the City Bakery.
A full line of Pumps and Pump fit
tings , at Spanogle & Rinker's.
Adjustable Screen Windows to fit any
window , for sale at Lytle Bros.
Fresh fish at Church & Bohanan's
meat market Mondays and Thursdays.
Spring stock at C. H. Rogers. ' Every
thing fresh , new and stylish.
Superior writing paper and envelopes
at this office , at reasonable prices.
Spanogle & Rinker keep hose , hose
nozzles , 4 and 8 arm lawn sprinklers.
Jennings & Starbuck have plenty of
,1 money to loan on real estate for 5 years.
, A traveling photographer has been
taking views of residences , etc. , in town ,
this week.
,1"T FARM LOANS Col. Snavely informs
us that he is now procuring farm loans
quite easily. *
A fine line of gents' furnishing goods
" at C. H. Rogers' . An elegant lot of
"T hats just received.
Choice cuts of beef and pork at
Church & Bohanan's. Corn-fed beef
best in the market.
Excuse me , partner , but can't you
give me a dime havn't had anything to
eat to-day is the latest song.
WANTED Everybody to call and in
spect C. H. Rogers' stock of dry goods ;
clothing , gents' furnishing goods , etc.
Stock boarded by the day or week at
Olcott's barn , opposite Colvin House.
Also buys and sells stock on commission.
Money to loan on improved farms in
Nebraska and Kansas. R. F. Williams ,
office with Judge Lucas , McCook , Neb ,
Large shipments of cattle , sheep and
horses bound for'wcstern ranges passed
through this station , the latter part of
the past week.
If you want a suit of cloths cut and
made in first-class style , call on R. A.
Cole , first door west of B. &JM. Pharm
acy , McCook , Neb.
A half dozen schooners drove through
town , last Friday , in a bunch. Quite a
herd of mixed stock belonging to the
outfit proceeded them.
An important session of the District
Court called a nuinbe'r of our attorneys
to Indianola , Tuesday. We hope to give
the proceedings in our next.
First-class legal cap for sale at this
office. Also the celebrated Oinahs
Mills Note Paper , with envelopes fc
match. All at reasonable rates.
From the stage driver between this
city and the Centre we leArn that M. J
Abbott of the Hayes Centre News was
quite seriously ill , the first of the week
The Great Western Furniture EmpO'
rium is displaying a fine lot of bab }
carriages for public inspection. Remem
her the place , when } ! ou want a carriage
They have just received a choice con
signment of candies at the City Bakery
* and lovers of that toothsome article art
U requested to call and sample them bj
( i purchase. _ _ . t
WANTED A few more pupils to re
ceive instruction on' the piano and or
tan. I also teach voice culture. Gal
l at Dr. Boyle's Dental Office.
If ff , MINNIE BOYLE ,
Lytle Bros , sell Screen Windows you
can adjust in a moment to fit any win
dow in your house.
This office received a handsome bo-
quet of flowers at the hands of Mrs. R-
H. Hamilton from her choice conserva
tory.
Martin's family Matinee at the Opera
House , Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Admission to matinee , 25 cts. Child
ren , 15 cents.
I have just received a large stock of
new shades in all colors , and am selling
the large sun hats in all colors for 50c. ,
original price 75c. MRS. T. NELIS.
The new 10x15 Peerless Jobber now
in operation at THE TKIBUNE job office
is the finest piece of machinery in this
part of the state. Call and see our job
work.
Drop in the Great Western Furni
ture Emporium and inspect that hand
some assortment of new Window Blinds.
They are beauties and reasonable in
price.
Five Hundred head of Northwestern
Texas Mares and one hundred head of
saddle horses will shortly be put on the
market by Messrs. Berger & Mishler , at
McCook and Culbertson.
TEXAS PONIES D. P. Rogers arrived
in town , Sunday evening , with six car
loads of ponies. He started from Tex
as with eleven car-loads , but left three
at Red-Cloud and two at Wymore.
THE TRIBUNE has the very best facil
ities and workmen for doing Job Work
in Southwestern Nebraska. We guar
antee neatund tasty work , and entire
satisfaction in execution and prices.
It will be just a shade out of proportion
tion five saloons , and but one church
and one school building but it is the
part of wisdom to embrace all such
blessings as they present themselves.
The City Bakery is in receipt of a
car-load of the "Cream" and "Fancy"
brands of the celebrated Grand Island
Flour the house-keepers' delight and
the finest flour offered for sale in the city.
The dance given by J. G. Stokes , one
of the whole-souled stockmen of the
Willow , at the Palace rink , Monday
evening , was well attended by the young
people of our city , who enjoyed the oc
casion immensely.
The corner stone laying of the M. E.
Church will take place at the founda
tion of the church on Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock , M. T. Presiding Elder P.
C. Johnson will be present. Let there
be a large attendance.
The saloon men refuse to give any
thing to support the Night Watchman ,
( Welsh ) , but will each subscribe $10 for
a man to be chosen by them. Pretty
good reason why the citizens ought to
retain the present man.
The Culbertson skating rink was
thrown open to the public on Tuesday
evening and by Saturday evening a young
man by the name of George Siglinger
had made sufficient progress toward ex
pert proficiency as to be able to break
a leg.
The Park block has been plowed up ,
this week , preparatory to setting out
trees. We also notice that a number of
residents in that neighborhood are do
ing likewise , and that a general move in
the line of improvement and embellish
ment is progressing.
The patent bird cage received by the
B. & M. surgeon at Prof. Martin's first
grand prize distribution , Monday even
ing , was decidedly unique in design , re
sembling the old style "hoops" in vogue
some years since , in every essential par
ticular save in proportions.
Although portions of the striking ma
chine that has been located on the cor
ner of Main and Dennison streets for the
past ten days , have been carried away
and destroyed , the "old thing" has been
repeatedly repaired , and is still in the
ring , with as large a number of "heavy
hitters" hanging around as ever.
While our business men are being
c
worked for advertising and job work
and subscriptions and , well , we will no
further enumerate , by Tom , Dick and
Harry , with untiring energy and perse
verance , we hope they will not forget
THE TRIBUNE , although we will cove
nant not to bore them to death with such
importunities.
The enterprising city of Hastings has
gone into the missionary work with in
tense earnestness , with McCook as a
radial point. She has already sent us
two educational institutions , with all
needed scientific apparatus , saloons , and
a democratic newspaper , to complete
the work of evangelizing this commu
nity. Ora pro nobis.
It were a good idea to pass an ordi
nance imposing a license upon striking
machines , shooting galleries , etc.
Through our exchanges we learn that
Holdredge has raised the saloon license
to $3,000. One person has taken out
license.
Messrs. Berger & Mishler expect their
shipment of 500 Northwestern Texas
mares and 100 saddle horses , the last of
this week. Parties wanting to buy a
The music students of Mrs. Vincent
will notice that on account of sickness
she will be absent from her class , this
week , but will be here on Thursday of
next week.
The dearest spot on earth is home ,
sweet home. The cheapest spot on earth
to furnish a home is at J. P. Mathes'
Furniture Emporium. Everybody is in
vited to call and see him in his new quar
ters , at McCook.
Call on Berger & Mishler for bar
gains in horses.
We were in error in our last issue in
locating Philip Katzcnmyer's residence.
Mr. K ; is building just south of J. A.
Snydcr. The same will be veneered with
brick , and will be a very creditable ad
dition to the residence part of our town.
White Bolted Corn Meal at the City
Bakery.
We call attention to the card ot'G. W.
Minkler , which appears in the business
directory on our first page. Mr. Mink
ler comes to our town from Beatrice ,
is building a residence and preparing to
live amongst us , and asks a share of the
work in his line.
New goods just arrived at C.
Rogers' .
We are informed that a gentleman
by the name of W. 0. Saylorof Oxford ,
Ind. , has rented or leased the West Den
nison street skating rink , and that he
will put a wholesale stock of groceries
and queensware in the building at once.
McCook is a good point for just such
an establishment.
Call and see Spanogle & Rinker's top
Buggies.
The antics of Billy Bloomer and wife ,
who live on Brush creek and who re
ceived the grand prize a lounge at
Martin's distribution , Tuesday night ,
were among the most thoroughly amus
ing performances of the evening. The
expressions and other indications of de
light were Teutonic in the original.
Thtt City Livery Stable , B. F. Olcott ,
proprietor , for fine teams.
Martin , the Wizzard , has been giving
first-class performances in his line at the
Opera Hall , every night so far this week.
His audiences have been rather small ,
but appreciative. The Professor will
continue his entertainment the rest of
the week , giving a family matinee , Sat
urday afternoon. Martin gives a very
good entertainment.
Spanogle & Rinker have the Grass
Hopper Rod Breaker.
A gentleman by the name of Bow
man , from Iowa , has commenced the
erection of a residence on the corner
east of the school house. We under
stand that Mr. Bowman comes to our
city for the purpose of starting a Demo
cratic newspaper , which with R. Thomp
son's organ , will probably produce
bourbon melody sufficient to satisfy the
hungriest democrat in the community.
Standard Hallady wind mills at Span-
ogle & Rinker's.
The property on Main Avenue now
occupied by D. Kendall has been rented
by Messrs. Leopold Hahn and E. C.
O'Donnell of Hastings , who will com
mence their missionary work from that
stand on or about June 1st , or as soon
after the first as the preliminaries re
quired by law for the establishment of
a saloon have been complied with. The
usual course of study will be observed ,
and graduates will receive the highest
degrees bestowed ordinarily ,
Great Reduction in Watches and
Jewelry at McCrackcn's.
A resident of our town , while under
the beatific influence of coffin varnish ,
came near losing his life at the round
house , Monday night. While in a state
of intoxication , and wandering around
the shop , he must have fallen into the
pit of the ponderous turn-table , and
gone to sleep. During the night the
turn-table was used , and fortunately for
the mau in the pit , one of the men who
was assisting in moving the table , and
who carried a torch , spied the form of
the sleeping person , else the probabili
ties are , we would have had another tem
perance lecture to present to our read
ers , and another soul would have been
ushered into eternity.
BUILDING NOTES. Work on the
foundation of the Catholic Church has
commenced , and the superstructure will
be carricd right up. The church will
be a fine building , 32x50 , with a rear
addition for vestry rooms , 12x37. with
tower and other artistic effects. A par
sonage , 18x24. is also in course of erec
tion. The Catholic people are working
with their usual zeal in this matter ,
and will undoubtedly have a handsome
property. # * # The Methodists are
pushing ; the foundation for their house
of worship along rapidly , and are about
ready to commence work on the build
ing proper. # * 4 Messrs. Welsh and
Boyd have a house well under way , north
of the school building , and will , we arc
informed , build three more dwellings at
once , all for rent. # % A. E , Lytle
commenced the erection of his residence
on Main Avenue , just north of Mr.
Trowbridge's handsome property , the
first of the week.
Boston Brown Bread at the City Bak
ery constantly.
A tramp entered the room of one of
the coal-heavers at Akron , some days
since , and took a suit of clothing hang
ing therein , leaving his own time-worn
garments in the place of the borrowed ( ? )
ones. Ascertaining , the following day ,
that a well-dressed tramp was at Eckley ,
the coal-heaver took the train for that
station , where the would-be gentlemanly
tramp was detained by the agent , who
promised the tramp transportation on
the coming train. The clothing worn
by the tramp proved to be the coal-
heaver's , and his trampship was uncere
moniously disrobed , and having been
given what remained of a pair of over
alls and a blouse , he was promptly
bounced. The tramp struck the road
running , and those who witnessed the
tramp's exit , think he is running yet ,
somewhere down in Kansas.
House plants for sale at the Metro
politan Drug Store.
A very neat ( and -withal practical )
joke was perpetrated by Inspector Lee
of the U. S. Interior Department upon
the land attorneys at Oberlin , Kansas ,
recently. The Inspector assumed the
role of a land seeker , and visited each
land man in the town , inquiring con
cerning the timber-claim relinquishments -
ments in their possession. Every man
took the bait in a surprisingly voracious
manner , and gave Lee the information
desired , whereupon the Inspector went
to the local U. S. land office at Oberlin
and instead of making application for
the numerous and sundry timber claims ,
had them all cancelled. Obcrlin land
men are very cute not men that can't
learn and * profit and we imagine that
the person who catches them napping
again will be smooth , very.
For pumps and pipes go to Spanogle
& Rinker.
Some queer things have transpired
in this city , the past few weeks , that evi
dently merit investigation ; and it is
rather surprising , indeed , that those
parties interested do not investigate the
affair fully and conclusively. Whatever
other facts exist , it is evident that some
one is short $800 , if the statements
concerning the matter are veracious.
If such is the case , the guilty party
should be ferreted out and just punish
ment meted to the same. If , on the
other hand , current statements are false ,
unjust suspicions should be removed.
While there seems to be an inclination
to smooth over and suppress , it were
much better that the real facts in the
"case be made public.
Two setts of harness , ( one light and
one heavy , ) for sale at B. F. Olcott's ,
very cheap.
CLOSE CALL Headmaster Phclan's
youngest child narrowly escaped death
by poison , Wednesday afternoon. The
poison , in the shape of strychnine pills ,
sugar-coated , was administered to the
little one by older sisters , who were in
nocently "playing doctor1 and but for
the timely arrival of a physician the
baby must have died in terrible agony.
The doctor reports the child as doing
very well at last account. The poison
was supposed to be beyond the reach of
the children.
Blue jrrass and white clover for sale at
o
Spanogle & Rinker's implement house.
The saloon man at Indianola had such
a rustic to get a sufficient number of
resident free-holders on his petition , that
three of the board of trustees of that
village had to help him out and peti
tion their honorable selves.
The county commisbioners advertise
elsewhere in this issue for bids for the
construction of a county jail.
PERSONAL POINTERS.
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L. Morse of Dcnkleman was in town ,
on business , Monday.
Arthur B. Law made proof on his
Hayes county claim , Monday.
J. 11. King , County Clerk of Dundy ,
was in town , Tuesday , on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hayden and
children spent most of the week in town.
Sheriff Wclborn of Indianola came up
to the metropolis on business , Tuesday.
Dr. Gibson has been entertaining his
daughter , who arrived in our city last
week.
Special Agent Coburn of the Interior
Department came up to town , Monday
night.
night.W.
W. T. Hamilton of Box Elder was in
town , Saturday , making final proof on
his claim.
John Sanders of the Grand Pacific at
Kearney took a run up to town , Tues
day night.
County Surveyor Dyer of Hayes
county was in town , rustling land busi
ness , Monday.
AV. II. McCartney and George Short
were among the county-seat people in
town , Saturday.
0. E. Wagner arrived in town from
Dccatur , Mich. , where he has been the
past few months , last week.
Miss Carrie Ashmore came up to the
city , Monday noon , to participate in the
dance at the rink. Monday evening.
W. P. Campbell , R. C. Walker and
a number of other Thornburg people
were in town Saturday on business.
Harry Ellison came up to town , Sun
day , to see the boys , and get away from
the rush and bustle of the .county-seat.
Will Fisher , Charlie and Sam Ash-
more rode down from the range , Mon
day , to attend the dance given by J. G.
Stokes.
Cyrus and Hiram Odcll of Toledo ,
Ohio , arrived in town last Thursday , in
search of land , leaving for the east ,
Monday.
J. J. Lamburn , cashier of the Red
Willow County Bank , Indianola , was in
town , Saturday , also. Matt. Noel of the
same place.
Win. Mclntyre drove down to town
Sunday morning , to attend Catholic ser
vices , which were held in the hall on
that occasion.
R. Thompson came up from Hastings
again Monday. Mr. Wahlquist also
appeared upon this scene of activity ,
Wednesday night.
Mrs. C. W. Odcll of Brooklyn , Iowa ,
mother of Mrs. B. F. Olcott , arrived in
the city , last Saturday , and will make
quite an extended visit.
Dr. N. A. Way and a man whom na
ture made obscure by calling him Smith
were taking in the city in grand st3Tle
last week. Both from Atwood.
J. F. Forbes paid his friend Gordon ,
agent at Arapahoc , a visit Saturday
evening. Gordon will be well , we will
tell you all about it some time soon.
A. A. Talmage , General Manager of
the Missouri Pacific , and party , in the
Manager's private car , passed through
this station , Saturday , attached to 40.
Thomas Whitmore of Perry , Iowa ,
arrived in town , Monday , preparatory to
entering his claims north of town , in
the southwest corner of Frontier county.
Tim Moriarity of Omaha came UD to
town on 39 , Monday. Mr. Moriarity
formerly practiced law at Indianola ,
where he owns some property , as well as
in this city.
J. 0. Fisher , late of the State Jour
nal Co. , but now traveling for the Omaha
Republican , was in the city , Saturday ,
selling the local job offices stationery ,
and soliciting job work.
County Treasurer Goodrich , as adver
tised , was in town , Monday , to meet de
linquent taxpayers. He reports his visit
a very satisfactory one , being kept busy
all the time taking in money.
H. L. Burr , H. L. Briegs , Dr. J. J.
Hall , R. M. Pcndarvis , j ! E. Ware , D.
W. CaveF.D. Ilcnslcy , W. A. Hughes ,
and others whose names we did not learn ,
went up to McCook last Sunday. Al
ma Tribune.
Mrs. R. H. Hamilton of Indianola
has been making a number of visits to
our city , during the past few weeks ,
seeing to the business of her husband ,
who is absent at New Orleans , taking in
the world's fair.
Judge Wra. Gaslin of Alma , District
Attorney W. S. Morlan of Arapahoe ,
R. M. Snavely of Indianola , J. N. Lu
cas , J. B. Jennings , J. E. Cochran and
L J. Starbuck of this city , were all pas
sengers to Culbertson , Monday , on 39 ,
to be present at the session of District
Court , which convened in that town ,
Tuesday.
J.Byron Jennings just arrived home
from attending district court at Stock-
ville , Friday evening , in time to herald
the advent of a young lawyer at his res
idence. The father , who was around
setting up the cigars , Saturday morning ,
in honor of the auspicious occasion , in
forms our reporter that mother and child
are doing well and J. Byron himself
we believe is rapidly recovering.
P. C. Schrocder and family , of Har
vard , spent Sunday at thia place , on
their way to McCook , where they go to
locate. They are the guests of Billy
Schroedcr , our popular young harness
maker. Knncsaw Times.
Editor Hannigan of the Atwood Dem
ocrat was in town , Friday and Saturday
of the past week , and made Tun TIUH-
CXK a pleasant call. He was accom
panied by Messrs. Frasicr , hardware
dealer , and Spencer , druggist , of the
same place.
Messrs. Palmer and Stone of Tied Oak ,
Iowa , who spent most of last week in
town , started homeward , Saturday even
ing , taking in Beatrice on the way. Mr.
Palmer has business and residence- lots
in our city , and will , unless perchance
Beatrice's seductive beauty and snap
change his determination , return 'and
build in McCook , and make this his fu
ture home.
W. J. McGillin , Manngcrof the Har
lem Cattle Co. , with headquarters at
Stratton , was in town , Saturday and
Sunday , expecting a shipment of Iowa
stock to arrive here on the latter day.
The company has recently become owner
of a ranch in Indian Territory , upon
which they have some 12,000 head of
stockjfouror five thousand of which they
will probably move up to their ranch in
this section , this year. The company
has been making large additions to their
range in the vicinity of Stratton , by
purchase , but having a capital stock of
$ f)00,000 , they have not drawn very
heavily upon their resources.
Lewis Pate came up from Friend-
ville , Sunday night , on a week's visit to
his brothers in this vicinity. He had
quite an experience en-route , with the
conductor who had charge of the train.
Being late upon his arrival at the depot
at Friendville , he barely succeeded in
getting on the front steps of the baggage
car , after repeated attempts , supposing
that he could get back to th'c coach.
About four miles out of Friendville , the
train was stopped , and Mr. Pate of course
took advantage of the occasion to board
one of the coaches , or rather to attempt
to do so , as every attempt was frustra
ted by the conductor and crew , who fired
him off repeatedly into the ditch , not
withstanding Mr. Pate's protestations
that he didn't want to steal his way but
wanted to pay his i'arc. As the train
moved out , Mr. Pate tried to board each
car , and was repeatedly thrown off , un
til the train had attained such a speed
and he was so exhausted as to be una
ble to make further effort , and he was
compelled to walk to the next station ,
a tiresome journey through the darkness
of night. The conductor must have
taken Mr. Pate for a would-be robber ,
as he went so far as to threaten to shoot
him if he attempted to board the train.
We understand that whiskey , women
and cards in McCook are receiving the
attention of the grand jury now in sess
ion at Indianola. Judge Gaslin is no
compromise-policy man on these points ,
and should the grand jury find any in
dictments and the offenders be found
guilty , somebody will think that th
mills of the gods grind terribly fine.
Mr. Ilughen of Creston , Iowa , for
merly cashier of the Bank of McCook ,
came up to town. Tuesday night.
Parties having weaving to do , should
call at Thomas McQuay's residence , Si
miles cast of town.
Vegetables and butter and eggs al
ways on hand at Church & Bohanan's.
An infant child of E. 11. McCormick
died Wedncsdaevening. .
Fourth Quarterly Meeting.
To be held at Mcnard's Opera Hall.
Saturday and Sunday , May IGth and
17th. The program of the Fourth Quar
terly Meeting of the Methodist Episcopal - .
pal Church will be as follows :
Quarterly ConTort-nce , Saturday at 8 o'clock ,
P. 31. , lit pastor's study.
Love Feast , Sunday at 10:30 A. M.
Preaching- Her. P. C. Johnson , P. E. , at
11 A. M.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at llJ."i ,
A. 31.
Sunday School at 3 P. 31.
Preaching by Elder Johnson at 7:30 P. 31.
We shall be glad to have all the
members of the Quarterly Conference
present. Come one and all and let us
have a season of spiritual profit.
W. S. WHEELEK , Pastor.
PATENTS.
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U. S. LAND OITICI : , 3IcCook,3Iay 12.
Patents for the following named par-
tics have been received at this office and
will be delivered upon receipt of the
Receiver's Duplicate Receipt with name
and address endorsed on back of same :
Conrad Amen , V > 'm. 3IcQuay.
Wm. S. Bye , Peter K. Nicola ! ,
Christ Detz , John F. Nicolai.
John Bovey , Frank I * Xiclioteon ,
Theodore S. Bosley , Leonard Oviatt ,
David Brown. Win. F. Primley ,
Fredrick Bredcnbach , Henry Kog-ers ,
Geonre 31. Brooke , Win. L. Shaver ,
Itichard Congdon , Chan. A. Smith.
Allen P. Day. Conrad Schat'er.
Elmer K. Farley , Henry Schafer. 2
Henry Koch , Henry Schafer. Sen.
Hattie E. Smith. John W. Traylor.
H. Michael Koch. Charles T. Waits ,
Wm. H. Kilpatrick , Jacob Wanner.
ftcorpe Lcnuarr. Conrad
Horace Lavallene ,
Thomas Lojran , Frank Yaap.
G. I , . LAWS. llegUer.
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