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Powers Thcatro Bld'g When Your Head Aches don't take chances with your heart by dosing with headache cures. stomach or inactive liver. fffrt u J pat will settle the stomach and make your liver act with out violence but effectively. It will remove the cause and cure the headache. 53 Get a 25c. Box W. I. BENEDICT, Graham & Morton Line 7:40 a. m. and 9:00 p. m. interurban cars from Grand Rapids connect with Steamer at Macatawa for Chicago. Close connection! with P. M. Kr. at Holland and St. Joseph for Chicago. The right la reserved to change thla schedule without notic- Dock, Chicago, Foot of Wabash Avenue GriswroM Me DETROIT, MICHIGAN European Plan 200 Rooms 1 100 Rooms with running tf fl A A with private bath wtter tD vu Per Day 1 Per Day Dining Room Club Breakfast from 25 cent up Large, well lighted dining room on parlor Boor, end cafe grill room on ground floor. POSTAL & MOREY, Proprietor Do You Say "Flour?" The way you order flour has a great deal to do with the quality of your bakings. If you simply say "flour' you must expect most any kind and most iny kind of results. But when you say "Crescent" flour you instantly protect yourself against poor bread and pastry. Crescent flour is made for your use and contains all that is, best in the wheat. Its quality is always uniform and there's a flavor that after once trying, you'll And hard to do without so you'll always say e VOIGT MILLING COMPANY arrcn tucatmcnt Grand Rapids, fJich, It s caused by upset ornce: Belding, Mich. 50 Rooms $J50 i terX'- $900 .with bath T X Per Day Ld and Cafe Tabic d'Hote dinner at noon and night, 50 cent Lady waitera in main dining room CRESCENT FLOUR rescent h "The Flour Everybody Likes" CRESCENT FLOUR ORDINANCE JCO. 101. An ordinance prohibiting the placing of ashes, cans, or rubbish in any of the streets or public places in the city of Belding and requiring the owners, occupants or iersons having charge of any lands, lots or premises, abutting on any of the streets or public places free from weeds and grass as authorized by sec. 1.5 of chapter of the charter ami to be known as ordinance No. 101 of the City of lidding. The City of llelding hereby ordains: Sec. 1 No ivrsoti or iersons, by himself or by his agent, shall place or cause to be pi ami any ashes, cans, brush or other rubbish in any or the streets or public places within the City of Belding. Sec. 2 it shall le the duty of all owners or owner, occupant or occu pants or perswns having charge or any lands, lots or premises within the City of Belding, abutting on any street or public place in said City, to cut or des troy or cut and destroy all the grass, weeds or other herbage growing along and in front of such land, lot or prem ises and between the curb line of such street and the center thereof and to keep such jwrtion of the street free from all grass, stones, weeds and herb age as aforesaid. Sec. X When the street commission er of the City of Belding shall have knowlege that any ierson or jiersons have placed any ashes, cans, brush or other rubbish in any of the streets or public places in the City of Belding contrary to section lof this ordinance or shall have knowlege that any jer son or persons, occupant or occupants or person having charge of any land, lots, or premises in the City of Belding shall fail or neglect to cut or destroy or cut and destroy any grass weeds or other herbage between the curb line of the lands, lots or premises owned, oc cupied or controlled by such ierson he shall give to such owners, occupants, or persons in charge of such lands, lots or premises a written notice to cut and destroy or cut or destroy such grass, weeds or other herbage within live days from the day of such notice and in case such ierson shall fail or refuse to comply with the terms of such notice within the time therein stated they shall be deemed guilty of a breach of this ordinance and liable to the punishment herein named. Jn case any lands, lots, or premises shall be owned by a non-resident such notice may be served by jesting it in some conspicious place on such lands, lots or premises for the length of time aforesaid. Sec. 4 Any person or itcrsons who shall violate either of the foregoing pro visions shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a line not less than ($.5.00) Three Dollars or more than (flO.OO) Ten Dollars to gether with the costs of prosecution or imprisonment in the common jail ofr the County of Ionia for a erkd not exceeding lhirty days (.0) or loth such fine and imprisonment in the dis cretion of the justice. Sec. & This ordinance shall take ef feet from and after the 21th day of July, A. 1). 1W.K Win. F. Sandell, Major W. S. Eddy, City Clerk. The State Fair of Today. The state fair has become recogniz ed as an auxiliary In helping to build tin the Ronpral agricultural Interests of live stock pnd agricultural districts. The Incentive of exhibition contest and friendly competition at the Michigan State fair, which opens September 2 nnd continues until September 10, will stimulate and encourage 1n the mind of Michigan stockmen and agricultur ists, a desire the following year to do Fomethlng better. The fair influence Is not confined to one line or one branch of agricultural Industry, but extends to every depart ment of home life, farm and industrial rnterpri?e. It Is sufficient' broad to tnlo in every feature of manufacture and production, even to the educa tional accomplishments of the public schools of the state. The Michigan State fair has become tV great clearing house Institution as it vere, for the breeder, the feeder, the producer, the scientist, and in fact pi'fv branch of industry to be Intro duced to an Intelligent and appreci ative public. It Is here where the wide-awake producer .brings the best, the choicest of his herd, the pick of his product of whatever nature, to test the merit and its value when p1"ced In comparison with the work and efforts of others. The State Fair is an educational Institution and a n cans of congregating Into one sys tematically arranged exhibition, the best of everything; the state has pro duced 31 lour GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN NOTICE. To Whom it May Concern- Take Notice, that the common coun cil of the city of Belding, deem it nec essary and expedient, and have deter mined, by a resolution heretofore passed to construct a certain sewer, within a sewer district known as Lateral "A" of Sewer District No. 2 as created by Or dinance number 98 of the city of Bel ding, authorized by chapter twenty- four (21) of the charter, and entitled "An Ordinance Creatine Lateral A of Sewer District No. Two (2) and to be known as ordinance number 98 of the city of Belding, authorize! by chapter iweiuy-iour (L'l) or the charter," and 10 construct said certain sewer within the said above mentioned sewer district and to Ihj placed as follows, to wit: commencing at a jx)int on the cen ter line of south Bridire street f:ist south of the north-west corner of lot number seventy-four (71) of Broas second addi tion to the city of Belding; thence run ning north alone the said center line of South Bridge street to the point of in- lerseciion oi trie-center lines of South Bridge street and Division street and to connect with the sewer constructed on said Division street, and to cause tne same to be constructed unon the grades and in the dimensions and in accordance with the estimates, plans, plats and diagrams thereof now on tile and to be placed on hie in the olllce of the city clerk of said city. And further, that one-sixth (J) of the entire cost and expense of estab- usning, making, laying and construct ing said sewer, as provided in said charter, be paid out of the general sew er fund of said city and the remainder of such cost and expense shall be paid out of a special assessment levied on all or the taxable lands, lots, subdivis ions and premises, included within said sewer district known as Lateral A of Sewer District No. Two (2) of the city of Belding, in proportion to the estimated benefits accruing to each parcel, resjHxtively, from the con struction of said sewer, which assess ment snail equal in amount on each parcel of land resiiectlvelv. for the con struction of said sewer, the amount as sesed on each of the parcels of lands, lots, subdivisions and premises in sub division C of sewer district number two (2), and the balance of the sum so levied, after defraying the cost and ex jK'iises of establishing, making, laying, and constructing the sewer in said Lateral A of Sewer District Number Two (2) shall be paid into the sewer fund of sulxlivision C of sewer district numlter two (2), to be used in helping to defray the cost and expenses of es tablishing, making, laying and con structing said sewer in subdivision C of sewer district number two (2). Take further notice, that the esti mates, plans, plats and diagrams for said above mentioned improvements to-wit: the construction and laying of a sewer commencing at a point on the center line of SjuUi Bridge .street just south of the northwest corner of lot number t-eventy-four (74), of Broas, second (2) addition to the citv of Beld- ding; thence running north along the center line of the said south bridge street to the ioint of intersection of the center lines of South Bridge street and Division street, and to connect with the sewer constructed on said Divi sion sfreet, have been prepared and are now on file in the ollice of the city clerk of said city for examination and insjiection by the public. Said Lateral A of Sewer District Number Two (2), as established by said ordinance number 98 of the city of Belding comprises the lands within the following lioundarics, to-wit: Commencing at the south east cor ner of lot number seventy-four f74) of Broas' second (2nd) addition to the city of Belding; thence running north to the south east corner of lot number sixty-nine (!) of Broas' second (2nd) addition to the city of Belding; thence running west to the southeast corner of lot number fifty-three (53) of Broas' second (2nd) addition to the city of Belding; thence running south to the south east corner of lot number fifty eight (.rS) of j" Broas' second addition to me city or JJelding; thence running east to the place of beginning. Take further notice, that on the 24th day of July A. I). 1909, between the hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon and live o'clock in the afternoon, the common council will be in session at the council(rooms . for the purpose of considering any suggestions and anv objections that may be made by par ties interested, wun resjpeci lo sucn sewer, as provided by the charter of the city of Belding. WM. F. SAKDKLL, Mayor. W. S. EDDY, City Clerk. NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern: Take Notice, that the Common Council of the City of Belding deem it necessary and exiiedient and have de termined by resolution heretofore pass ed to construct a certain sewer within the sewer district known as subdivision A. of Sewer District Number Ten (10) as created by an ordinance known as Ordinance Number Ninety-nine of the City ot Belding authorized by Chapter twenty-four (21) of the Charter and to construct said certain sewer within the said aliove mentioned sewer district and to place same as follows, to wit: Commencing at the point of inter section of the center lines of Prospect street and Kenwood avenue; thence running north along the center line of Prospect street to the iint of inter section of the center line of Prospect street and the center line of Masonic avenue if extended easterly; then com Interior view Horticultural hall, State Fair, Detroit. mencing at the point of intersection of ; the center line of Prosjiect street and the center line of Masonic avenue when i extended easterly and thence running westerly along the center line of Ma sonic avenue to a point on the said cen ter line Just west of the southeast cor ner of lot number seventy-four (74) of Luther's addition to the City of Beld ing; then commencing at the point of intersection on the center lines of Pros ect street and Kenwood avenue and thence running west along the center line of Kenwood avenue to a point on the center line just west of the south-, east corner of lot number sixty-four (04) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; then commencing at the point of intersection of the center lines of Prospect street and Kenwood avenue thence running south along the j center line of Prospect street to a ioint on said line just south of the northeast corner of lot numlier one hundred and i fourteen (114) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding, and to order same to be constructed upon the grades and in the dimensions and in accordance with the estimates, plans, jlats, and diagrams thereof now on file in the olllce of the city clerk of said city. And Further, that one-sixth of the entire cost and exiense of establishing, making, laying, and constructing said sewer as provided in said Charter be paid out of the general sewer fund of said city, and that the remainder of such cost and ex iK'nse be defrayed by sjeeial assessment uion all the laxable j lands, lots, and premises included i within said district known as suln! division A. of Sewer District number ten (10) of the city of Belding in pro-j portion to the estimated lenelits to each parcel res iectivel y from const uc-1 lion of said sewer as provided by the Charter of the City of Belding. Take Further Notice, that the es timates, plans, plats, and diagrams for said above described improvements to wit: the construction and laying of said sewer. Commencing at the point of inter section of the center lines of Prosect street and Kenwood avenue; thence running north along the center line of Prosiiect street to the ioint of intersec tion of the center line of Prosject street and the center line of Masonic avenue if extended easterly; tben commencing at the poiut of intersection of the cen ter line of Prospect street and the center line of Masonic avenue when ex tended easterly and thence running westerly along the center line of Ma sonic avenue to a point on the said center line just west of the south-east corner of lot number seventv-four (74) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; then commencing at the point of intersection of the cenjter lines of Prospect street and Kenwood avenue and thence running west along the center line of Kenwood avenue to a point on the center line just west of the southeast corner of lot number sixty four (04) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; then commencing at the point of intersection of the center lines of Prospect street and Kenwood avenue and thence running south along the center line of Prosj.)ect street to a point on said line just south of the northeast corner of lot number one hundred and fourteen (114) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding, have been prepared and are now on file in the olllce of the city clerk for examina tion and inspection ot the public. Said sub-division A. of sewer district number ten (10) as fixed by said or dinancejnumber 99 of the City of Beld ing comprises the lands within the fol lowing bound ries: Commencing at the jxnnt of inter section of the east line of North Pros pect street when extended southerly with the center line of Kenwood ave nue; thence running north along the east line of North Prospect street to the northwest corner of lot number twenty-one (21) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running west to and along the north line of lot No. two hundred eight-six (280) of the said Luther's addition to the City of Belding to the ioint of intersection with the said north line of lot number twenty-eight of the said Luther's ad dition with the east line of lot number thirty-five (,'&) of Luther's addition; theuce running north to the northwest corner of lot number twenty-seven (27) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running west to the north-west corner of lot number seventy-four (74) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running south to the northwest corner of lot number seventy-six (70) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running east to the northwest corner of lot numler sixty-four (04) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running south to the northwest corner of lot number ninety-one (91)of Luth er's addition to the City of Belding; thence running east to the northwest corner of lot number one hundred and fifteen (115) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding; thence running south to the point of intersection of the west line of lot number one hundred and fourteen (114) of Luther's addition to the City of Belding with the north line of Luther avenue; thence running east along the north line of Luther ave nue to the point of intersection of the north line or Outlier avenue when e extended easterly with the east line of South Prosmxit street thence running South northeasterly to the place of beirin ning. Take Further Notice, that on the twenty-second day of July, A. 1). 1909, between the hours of eight o'clock in forenoon and live o'clock in the after noon the Common Council will be in session at the Council rooms for the puriKse of considering any suggestions and any objections that may be made by parties interested with resj)ect to such sewer as provided in the Charter of the City of Belding. WM. F. SAN DLL L, Mayor W. S. EDDY, City Clerk. W-'" fflP' A BeautlfUd Park. The Michigan State Fair grounds at the present time has the appearance of a great city park. The recent rains have produced a luxurious growth of grass, shrubs and flowers, that mcke the place In every direction, a Joy even at this time of the year. Attendants are constantly at work mowing the grass, trimming" the plants, and at the same time Installing shrubs and flowers that are planned to produce a most gorgeous effect during the fair next September. The rose bushes are Just preparing to burst into bloom which will pro duce an Inspiring effect during the next few weeks. Nursery companies are already pre paring for the great fall exhibit and have many men at work arranging flower beds and shrubs to attract at tention when the fair opens. s Car loads of gravel and cement are being shipped Into the grounds for-long stretches of cement walks that will take the place of muddy thoroughfares. This la an Improve ment that will be greatly appreciated by the general public. Besides elimin ating a large amount of muddy walk, dust will also be done away with. At the present time a new horse barn 240 feet long Is being erected It will be one of the finest In the country and a great convenience to horsemen and others who will exhibit stock at the coming state fair. This structure was started early and will be fully completed long before the fair opens. Other features are contemplated which will add to the convenience of the great Institutions. BUSINESS MEN'S DAY. Detroit Wholesalers to Entertain Michigan Retail Dealers. Wednesday, September 6, will be "Wholesalers' day" at the Michigan State Fair and the Detroit Wholesal ers' association has arranged a pro gram of entertainments that will give the visitors an extremely delightful time. On this occasion merchants from all parts of Michigan and the surrounding states will be guests of the Detroit organization, which will see that nothing Is left undone for their enjoyment. The Michigan State Fair and the city of Detroit has a reputation for doing things and the visitors on that day will be treated to surmises at everv turn. The Wholesalers' association will have a tent on the grounds with free telephone service to visitors, who thus will be able to talk with friends back home. The evening will be known as "Wholesalers' nleht." for which a spe clal entertainment will b prepared, Including a magnificent horseshow and a general vaudeville performance which will take place In front of the grand stand. A grand display or nre works, Including many large pieces, will conclude the evening. Michigan retail merchants say that Detroit is one of the best places in the country In which to buy goods About everything under the sun can be found there. The shops, mills and wholesrile houses are numerous and the proprietors cater to the very high est class of trade. This fact was dem enstrated a year ago when five thous and visiting merchants attended the annual meeting. It is expected that this year's at tpndanre will exceed that of 1908 The railroads are Interested 'In the event and will furnish cheap rates into Detroit from every part of the state. Value of Sense of Humor. Mirth Is curative. Grim care, gloom, mxlety, all this rust, of life ought to be icoured off by the oil of mirth. It is setter than emery. Blessed is he who aas a sense of the humorous! He has ".hat which Is worth more than money. Henry Ward Beecher. Commissioners on Claims. STATE OK MICHIGAN; The Probate Court for Wie County of Ionia, in the matter of the estate of James (ranc:er. deceased. Havlni?been appointed commissioners to re celve. examine and adiust all claims and i mands of all persons BRalnst said deceased, we do hereby give notice that four months from the first day of July, A. I), nwy were allowed by said court for creditors to present their claims to . us for examination and adjustment, and that we will meet at the omce or hlmer K. tales, livery barn in the City of Belding in said county, on the tirstday of September, A. I. 199. and on the nrst day oi ."November, A, l. lHoy, at nine o ciocit in the forenoon of each of said days, for the pur pose or examining and adjusting said claims. Kated July 1st, A. I. 11). Klmer K. Kales Ievi Tuttlo Commissioners. Order for Publication. QTATE OK MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for J the County of Ionia. At a session of said court, held at the probate otliec, in the City of lonia, in saia countv, on the twenty-second dav of June. A. l. lyoit. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of PKIsciLLA GUOVK WEED. Ieecased. William J. Wilson, Administrator of said estate, having tiled In said court his petition praying that a time and place may be assigned for the examination and allowance of his final account and that the residue of said estate be assigned and distributed to and among the persons enti tled thereto. It is Ordered, that tho nineteenth day of July. A. I). l'JOi), at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate oflice. be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition: It is Further Ordered, that public notice there of U given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Iteldlng Itanncr. a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. Montgomery Wkiwter. Montgomery Webster. Judge of Probate. A true copy. Judge of Probate Order of Publication. qTATK OF MICHIGAN. Th Probate Court for the County of Ionia. -At a session of said eourt. held at the probate office, in the City of Ionia, in said county, on the fourteenth day of June. A. I). -190U. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of A It 1ST A A. THOMSON'. Deceased. Minnie K. Thompson, widow of said deceased, having (lied In said eourt her petition praying to Minnie K. Thompson or to some other suitable It Is Ordered, that the twelfth day of July, A. I). I!i9. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said m mu if oiure, rw ana is nereuy appointed ror Iiearlng said petition: It la f-'nrthor llr,1o,u1 T1,.t I. of Ik given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing In the Iteldlng Itanncr. a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. UMiMmmmy V I.BSTKK. A true copy. Judge of Probate. Cskas BMny nd CladrUr RIoM W8 D 01 W to mk jour baby strong and well. A fifty-cent bottlo of will change a sickly bby to a plump, romping child in summer as well as in winter. Only on cent a day think of it and it's as nice as cream. Oct a small bottle now. AUDrudsts rrr ImioiNcoo nincnmnvl UUOIHLUO UIIILUIUIII city OFricens. Mayor William F. andel Treasurer VV. Lee Cusser Clerk.. ., W. S. Eddy Marshal George M. Blett Citv Attorney Fred L. Warner City Health oflicer George M. Htanton Justices of the Peace K. 1$. Lapham, UtHrg . Mou lion Aldermen First Ward, J. W. Scott, E. E. Hud son; Second ard, George crawrora, eorge Putnam; Third Ward, W. It. Menkee, Albert b If nil Supervisors First Ward. Fred Mlnler; Second Ward. J. T. Angell; Third ward, uarney u. Curtis. CHunCHea. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ser rices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. babbatb School at close of morning service, t'raye meeting on Thursday evening. Rev. O.W Maxwell, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Service 3 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath schoc at 11:45 a, m. Praver meeting on Tbursda evening. Rev. Edhib Collins, Pastor. HAPTIST CHCRCH-Services at 10:80 a. ru. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at close f diorning service. Praver meeting Thuday lay evening. Rev. C. E. Maxtield Pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST-Preachtngwn eacL Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. Communion every Lord's Day. C E. at 6:30. S. S at 12 m. Praver Meeting Thursday evening Kev. O. W. Winter, Pastor FREE METHODIST CHURCH Prayer an ) ;ralse serviae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preach uf at 7:30 p. m Prayer meeting Friday venlng. Rev. L. Fletcher, Pastor. HOLY TKINITY EPISCOPAL MISSION Morning praver and sermon In the Church Houm- on Congress Si. at iu;30 Sunday. Evening Prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. J rank Jackson. Rector. ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Services at 8:00 a. m and 10:80 a. m. alternately every Sunday morning. Rev. Fk Zindlek. LATTER DAY SA INTS North Side, Mil lard Addition, corner of Eager and Moulton street Sunday school at 10:30, social meet ing at 11:30 a, m., preaching at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Everybody welcome. A. N. Hill Pastor Fred I. Warner With Alfred Locke Dwight C. Sheldon A TTORNEYS AT LA W-Omce :- Over Tuln A- stra Hardware Main St. Iielding, Mich. JAMES E. FERGUSON. M. D. Eye, Kar, Nose and Throa t, am' Fit unn of glasses. Hours 8 to 10. 1 to 3, 7 to 8 Phones: ottlce No. 1, residence No. 4b. DR. Q. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Office hours 8 to 5 :3u. Leonard overKubn'a hardware store. Hl- dinr Mich DR. C. I. TAYLOR. f.RADUATE of the "Detroit College of Med- Icine." the "Chicago Clinical School (Post Graduate). Acted as Hospital Physician, had large experience in city and country practice, Special attention to Diseases of Women, Eo zema. and Stomach Trouble. Office over Ren edicts Drug Store. Hours from tttolla-m. 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Phone 9Hr. OSTEOPATHY. J. T. HOOK. D. O. LOLLIB R. HOOK, O. O. New Beldlnp Block, Belding-, Mich Phone No. 194 Dr. B. J. Fitzmorris VETERNARY SURGEON and DENTIST Citizens' 'Phone i Residence 203-8 citizens rnonej ilosI,lla, 3.. All calls promptly attended INS-URANCE 30 Old Line Companies. Fir Insurance a 5peclalty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado, Sick, Health Accident Insurance. Office-Corner Main and Bridge Streets. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J, G. E. WAGNER, Agt. Investigation costs nothing and saves regret Office-Corner Main and Bridge Streets 4 Miller-Harris Furniture Company FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Special attention given to the proper hand Ilngof every Funeral detail. Day phone 350 Night 71 2r. Iielding. Mich. Frank C. Miller Attorney at Law Practices In all Courts Office in Silver-Graff Blk., lonia, Mich. The Country Laborer's Lot. An tncou rasing feature of the times a that a large number of small men i p. pear to have saved sufficient money o take a small farm, and this. In spite f bad times, serves to show that the abuier's lot is by no means so hard as iiany would have us believe. Agrlcul uial Economist. M. Pure '-V;r V Cunrsnteed to Pleat r S: v . I I'.vrrr uarnaner ana - ' ,.' ' isn'rr uouifi m me upuncir merit 01 uar Northern Orown Baads, special orrn FOR 10 CENTS we will tend postpaid our FAMOUS COLLrflTlftM I f. 0nmr T.t. . . , - 1 pkg. rrl.MM Kadl.fc . , , . o pkf. S!MJrw1ag OUff , , H k. r.rtr Arr.w.k4 r.khu . . . 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