The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947, May 24, 1899, PART 1, Image 4

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Ttrts-Fcailts cfttsCliT ki'Wi
HTl 261
People Became Paoic Stricken Vast
Amount of Gold Dust and Curreocj
VicTOKii, B. C, May 21 The main
portion of the city of Dawson was df
trovei by fire on April 26, causing
los of 11,00.000. In all, Ill bailding,
including the British North American
back, were burced.
Reports say Ite fire occurred in the
very heart of the business center of the
city, beginning near the opera-house, on
tbe water front, and spreading with un
it tail rapidity. It vat driven by a
strong north wind, destroviog every
thing in iti war on tbat ttreet down to
and including Donahue & Smith's es
tablishment. The fire then tjok in ail of the water
front building abreast of the tame
block". It crossed the street, tnrned
through and epread over to Second
ttreet, covering the principal portion of
Daw too, leaving it all in ashes, with the
firemen helpless to do anything. The
flames spread with ench rapidity tbat
tbe people became panicatricken and un
able to tare anything in the war of farni-
tare, good and clothing.
Sax Fbanxisco, May 22. It ia said
tbat the banks and basinets houses have
roach gold dost and currency on band.
It represents their accumulation for the
winter, which ther would ship down
soon as tbe roads open with spring. Ta
per money circulates very extensively
ia that country, as it ia the bandiett
.one ol tne stores, hotels or saioons are
ovi ded with safes or strong boxes and
that fact alone mast account for a Ire
nteadoos loee of ready cuh.
Early Lltcratara t Oregoa.
The second lecture which the members
of tbe Taine class have provided for the
people of The Dalles occurred last even
ing at tbe Congregational church. Mr.
Geo. II. Himes, of Portland, secretary
of tbe Oregon Historical Association,
was the speaker of tbe evening and read
aa interesting paper upon "The Early
Literature of Oregon." Mr. W. H. Wil
soo introdocad the speaker with a few
comments upon tbe desirability of tbe
inhabitants of this state becoming ac
qnaicted with its early history, and
stale I in this connection tbat knowledge
should bin at borne. Mr. Himes'
paper began with the first mention of
Oregon in literature, wbich occarred in
the writings of Jonathan Carver about
tbe middle of the 17th century. From
that time until recent years the increas
ing mention of the great Northwest in
the writings of tbe world was traced
with much detail and told in an exceed
ingly interesting manner. Tbe first
printing press ever in the Pacific North
west was brought from tbe Sandwich
Islands early in the thirties and n:ed to
print tbe first copies cf tbe early Oregon
papers. This press, Mr. Himes stated,
was now in bis office in Portland. Tbe
lecture was well attended, ard those
who were present felt nnder mnch obli
gation to Mr. Himes for his interesting
researches and to the Taine class for
providing such an interesting occasion.
T Tex Her Speed.
All records for fist time on the river
are in drg?r of being smashed into
mitbereens before another forty eight
boars have elapsed. Tomorrow morning
theD. P. A A. ". Co.'s new steamer
Inland Flyer a ill go oat for a test of
speed, and there will be nothing nndone
to attain the desired results. I' possible
tbe rasor-like craft will be made to fairly
flyover Ler course. Mr. Glenn, presi
dent of the company, came down from
Tbe Dalles this morning, and is helping
oat in arranging for tbe trial. He states
tbe Flyer is x pec ted to leave the foot of
Oak street, the company's wharf, at
10 o'clock, and it is possible that tbe
ran will txtend as far as Rainier.
General Agent W. C. Allaway will ar
rive in tbe city this afternoon from Tbe
Dalles, aod will, in company with a
Bomber of local steamboat men, go
along on tbe trial trip.
Captain Alden, who is to be master of
tbe Flyer when going into regular cora
xniesion, will be at tbe wheel tomorrow.
W Wa vf
We can f arnisb yoa with strictly first
das, dry, fir wood at tbe same prices
wbicb yoa bsve been paying for inferior
quality. Send ns your orders and get
the best. . Phone 25.
Vchl. Jos. T. Pcnas & Co.
, ; . . , ?
ifJ tst-rft .V4 f Mr. W. I BraJ.baw sJ o. Cotton,
x "T Ci.; "i -s. . fc? ' rrioreeJ Uit avght froai I'ort:aii.
SN p! 55 H:-. itV Mr. W.O. Har. ihoUilii cna
?0:-ff 5Cr-2r$ f ;haiceilr:pdjnt:. river. U leave
ITstx -. j3 v-",'j - -.J ' : for Xloru on Ite evening train.
FSiiL" FJV i Mr A.M. VTilMen-s anJ her Miff.
- ;""' -0 f t'ntFi i Tub . returned to Portland Venter
t -i-aV Era
Hn 'EUcelleut Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
;ffct of the well known remedy.
SfRi"P or Fio. manufactured by the
CxiATOKSiA i'lo Strcp Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principle of plants known to oe
medicinally laxative and presenting
them ia the form most rvfreshicjrtothe
taste arid acceptable to tbe system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, eleaosin? thf system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome nauuuii cvniiwima per
mineotlv. Ita perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting? on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating' them, make it the ideal
Ia the process of manufacturing' fifrs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the Cautorsia FlO SYRfP
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
Foe sale by all Druggist . Price ioc per botsla
LeS All Jala Wl h tk G. A. R, I
a K-
mbertBC Oar Dead Hro.
Headqarters.J.W.Xesmilb Post.Xo 32.
Department of Oregon, G. A. K.
The Dalles. Ore., May 23. 1890.
General Orders No. 1.
The usual memorial service on May
30th will be conducted by this post. All
members of tbe post are expected to
aid as much as possible, that tbe day
may be suitably observed, and nothing
left nndone which ruay show our resp- :t
for, and remembrance of our comrades,
who are our guard in tbe silent
bivouac, to wbich we are ail on tbe
All citizens of The Dulles end vicinity
are reo netted to join in the rxerciets.
Friends an 1 relatives of our gaiUnt
young volunteers now fighting under
the old flig, are especially invited to
take part with us, that their fallen
heroes be also fully remembered.
Members of the post will meet in their
hall at 7 o'clock Sunday evening, May
28th, and march to the Episcopal church
to attend services there. On May 30tb
the post will assemble at 12:15 p.m.
sharp. All soldiers and sailors of 1661
to 1865; snd all returned veterans of
the Spanish war, are invited to join ni
in tbe march to tbe cemetery.
The Commercial Club Concert
Co. "D" Third Regiment, O. X. G.,
Captain G. E. Barteil.
Jas. W. Xesmith Post and all veterans.
Womans Relief Corps.
Clergy and citizens in carriages.
R. L. Aikc.v,
J. G. Muss, Sen. Vice Com.
By Attending- the fteonloa la Portland
This Menlh.
Many Dalles people are anxious to
aid the monument fund, and the move
ment now in hand by tbe Woodmen is a
splendid opportunity for all to assist in
this grand work.
A reunion has been arranged to be
held in Portland on Ma) 30th and 31st
and Judb 1st and 2. id. A fine program
lias been planned (or the 30lh, which
will be participated in by the G. A. R.,
O. X. G., and in fact everybody in
On the 31st there will be exemplifica
tion of tbe amplified work of tbe order at
the tabernacle, aod lu tbe evening there
will be a memorial concert at the O. X.
G. armory, also different addresses, in
cluding a memorial oration by Governor
Getr; adm!ssicn25 and 50 cents. On
June 1st and 2nd there will be enter
tainments given at Cordray'a, to which
the admission will be 23, 50 and 75 cents.
Our people are to be given tbe best of
chances to attend these exercises, the
Dalles City having been engaged to take
an excursion to Portland en tbe 30tb,
leaving here at 4 o'clock a.m. and ar
riving at 10:30, and the round trip will
cost bat $2.
Tbe D. P. & A
X. Co. has not only
been of inestimable benefit to The Dalles
and surrounding country in a direct way,
bnt through the advertisement given
the line of steamers, tb Colombia river
valley baa also rerired much advertis
ing and benefit it would otherwise never
have obtained. The Ciiboxiclb job de
partment has just piinted a pamphlet
descriptive ol the scenery along the
river, wbicb, it w do say it ourselves,
is a piece of work any office of far better
facilities might well be proud to put its
imprint on. It is composed of cuts oi
all the beautiful spots along the river,
and descriptive matter is interspersed
witn tbem. They make very pretty
souvenirs, as well as so advertisement
which cannot fail to attract tonrists to
this line as tbe one where grand scenery
may be found.
s' T'.r, ' I"iSM
Mrs. H. Wents. who has spent tie!
past two week wrh friends here, v. 1 1 1 1
leave on the afternoon traia for ben
fcoxe ia Portland. I
Dr. O. C. HollUter wi.l arrive in The j
Dalles cn the evening train, and it is ;
expected he wiil remain in the city
three or four weeks. )
W. II. Lowden, manager of the Xoraxh
Union Ius. Co., and A. V. tiiesy, aent j
fcr the fame sient todav in the ci:y in ;
I the interest of their company
Mr. and Mrs. Moses
a Thatcher and
f. and Mr. and
daughter. rf lt Like
Mr. Geo. Tnatcher, of Logan. I tah.
visited A. D. VVbituey and family iaet t
P. H. Lvin was a passenger on tbe j
boat this morning for Portland, where;
be expects to give a one set skeich in j
conr.tction with the camera club en- j
tertaiaaienU j
Men lay 's Dally.
II . R. Bine and Frank Gable are in
from Wapinitia today.
M. M. Pe.-k, father of Mrs. Gifford,
left this morning for a visit in Portland. )
Miss M. E. Brink and Miss Crooks
were registered at the Umatilla yester
day from Prineville.
Mrs. W. Jobnson and son, Xello John
son, of Oregon City, came op with the
excursionist yesterday.
tt. A. Clifford and r . M. Klondin re
turned Saturday night from Portlan
where tbey went to purchase some need
ed instruments for tbe Conviercial Club
Mr. and Mrs. Balch, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop who have been
visiting tbem at Dufur, spent today in
the city. The latter will leave tonight
tor tbeir borne In isconsin
Among tbe visitors to the city yester-
dav was Or 3. A. Hardy, formerly leleg
rapher for the Western Union office
here, but now nieht operator in tbe
Southern Pacific office at Portland
Tuesday s Daily.
Ex-Governor Moody I a visitor from
M.J.Anderson came in from Dufur
S. t. iouig is a Grass alley visitor
In the city.
J. If. Eubanks was in from bis farm
at Wapini it yisterdar.
G. W. Bowen and wife, of Glennwood,
are over trom tbat place today.
Cbas. McAllister, an extensive stock
raiser from Glennwood, is in the city.
Miss Juiia Bybee, of Port Is n I, is a
guest of ber cousin, Miss Jeseie Fisher.
J. V". O'learv is In the citv from Grass
alley to attend the wool growers meet
C.L. Solomon, Prlnnerille's merchant.
and John Hansaker came in on today's
X. R. Baird, one of Brownsville's
couocilmen, is in tbe city attending
Mrs. Gertrude
Sylvester was a pas
morning's boat for
senger on this
Miss Hattie Ricks came np from Bon
neville last night and remained over
until tuis afternoon's train.
Frank Fleming, who has -snent a few
days in tbe city on basiness, left this
afternoon for bis borne near Bakeoven.
W, II. H. Dufur and wife came in
from Dufur today. Mr. Dufur is here
for the purpose of meeting Capt. Orms
by, who will arrive this evening.
Among the Antelope people In the
city attending court are E. C. Dicker son,
Peter Kircheimer, X. W. Wallace, W.
H. Herman, Sam Glover and F. M.
A UlTlne" Tramp.
We have beard of tramps, who being
left to fioieh a meal in the kitchen
while tbe housekeeper went about her
duties, were thoughtful enough to leave
on tbe plate a piece cf paper on which
was written, "I thank you bnt yester
day was the first time our attention has
oeen called to one wbo was fo nnappre
ciative as to help himself and then in
flict on his benefactors spring poetry
like the following:
An hu ruble, way-worn tramp
Came along by Jones' camp,
And finding Jones not at home,
Took possession all alone.
Feeling jast a little hungry,
And, as usual out of money,
Helped himselt to toast, so fine,
And rested with contented mind.
If at home you do not stay.
When again I come this way,
Be it clear or cloudy day,
I'll get my lunch'witbout the pay.
The worst feature of the affair was
that we have since learned tbat tbe
aforesaid tramp a as none other than
one of our prominent divines. This
tramp question is surely assuming a
serious aspect.
The Best In the. World.
We believe Chamberlain's Congh
Remedy is the belt In the world. A few
week ago we suffered with a severe cold
an I a troublesome cough, and having
read their advertisements in our own
iiu oiuer papers we purchased n
j .,
bottle to see if it would effect us. It
cored as before the bottle was more tban
halfosed. It Is tbe best medicine out
for cold and congh. Tbe Herald,
Andersonville, Ind. For sale by Blake
ley dt Houghton Druggists.
For Bale Cheat.
Ilarricoffilay press, good as new, in
quire at Lane Bros', blacksmith (bop.
No. 4- size 3-4 x 4'4) S3.00
No. 5- stZ9 4x5' lO.OO
Just Arrived.
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How About Your Title?
ertv to insure, give us a call. e are agents for four of
the best fire insurance companies in tbe world. If yon
have property for sale, list it with us and we'll find a
J, M. Huntington &Co.
'Phone 81.
Dewey white wash? Yes, and wash white. You can
Havana thing washed at the Steam Laundry. The
Maine point is quality and the
Merritt of our work is such that people go
Miles to patronize us. Our prices are not
Hobson S choice, but the
Cevera high as some people
C-U-B-A customer of ours.
Corner of First
'Phone 341.
IVasco VVai ehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of all kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ot rii kinds
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, an kinda
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts, S?
Headquarters fcr "Byers' Best" Pendle
ton FlOUr Thi Floor " manufactured expressly for famllj
i. ne: e'erT,,:lck foaranteed to give satisfaction.
N seii oar good lower tban anv house in the trn.lo ami if a,...u
call and gel cur prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats.
Rockford Quick Shot"
12-Plate Magazine Camera.
"Turn the lever and vou are readv for
another." N'o plate holders with slides
draw. No sleeve or changing bar. Nn
chance to fog plates. No failures.
If yoa want 12 pictures oiiick. bnv the
'Quick-Shot.'! the on v inaitazine cams
era that holds the p'ates securely ader
they are exposed. No rattling or "break
ing oi piates. uesi on earth,
3U-!4 $6.00
5 $9.00
With one dozen plate bolder.
Manufactured under tbe Contey patents by the
Rockford Silver Plat Co.,
We sell only throned local aienta. Aak our
agents to ahow you thia "Quick shot."
Wholesale and Retail
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greate t American Liquor
Yellowstone Sour Mash Whistav.
TDITTnTTtW I . . . ' ' -
jromsoio mtHj per gallon.
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In)Lffl.!E.I?C,.da"bt' "d V"
FOR 1839.
Ten Points to Consider:
1-12 Pictures In 12 Seconds.
2 -bhutter Bulb Release.
3- Sruttr Automatic.
4 Shutter Locks,
i Aluminum Clatsnalaers .
6- Set stops.
7- Speclai Quick Lens.
8- Automatic Register.
9- A I parts Interchangeable.
10- Exposed plates removed without
disturbing unexposed.
1S99 CatalORue with com
plete information FREE.
f RE YOU SURE it is all right? Remember it i the
W RECORD that governs. It is our business to
search the records and show what they contain in
reiation to land titles. If you contemplate baying land
or loaning money on real estate security, take no man's
word, but insist opon knowing what the record shows
regarding the title. An Abstract is as essential as a
deed. Insist on having it. We have the only set of
Abstract Books in the Connty. All work promptly ex
ecuted and eatitfaction guaranteed. It yoa have prop-
2d St., opposite A
M. Williams & Co.
standard rates, which are not
think, and we want to
and Court Street,
Quick Seller
No Complaints
5L' . 7T
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The Snipes- Klnersly Drug Co.
AGENTS, lhe Dalles, Oregon.
(4 to 15 years ohl.T
in im u rr f it i ion
B1l Olypm Beer ,
Sa ' YA
I vn Ciacriv Cocbt or ihi t...
1 fir WKumaniv. ""'"ortW.
.Maxim illaiu Vu. t
ri rhllir, Jr. ...
linn, pan ten Coin hn. ... n,t-
ine ii.-in name nod ij le t,(
T. J. Mr-Coy. Ik-teaaant.
I o J.J. Mr rv
In 'be ram
' oitiie sLtsnf Ore1TWl
Vim re Lerebv notmi ...j
in the aljove entitled eonrt. on nil liv"1
d-.T ot the pUbli.-ii..u ol Ihl"0.0"
m. or before tbe loth day of June,
te:a to aiiuwer the comp!illt ,i Jtt
named plaintiifa flicj in ih, ,vl t. ' ,h .
and if fail , ,Pp(..r Tnti "
yu.iuiui lor want loi rei.f, t,l,ibti; ''"'is
iwls.ueiit gninat you fr tU "Z 'tT
1 gal tut nt therein ilnoe akII i!l 4
with plain till.' c.,u and diburei,J Tu"ts
1hiamiiiu;oni.erv,Q ui"n ?,n't
cation thereof by order of U.'n Via'
Judge of the above named eoUr't
rourt in Iiallea City. Waeo Coiiuiv i J" "fa
thevhdayof April, "J
Ibla turomons be nerved Uk.b you f.
tion thereof, not lei than uce "
consecutive we. k in Thb Uauib "m.',"'
newspaper ol teneral oltt-ul,,tiri f11
weekly at bullc t.ity, W,co C'ou ii.W."l,t
aald publicalion to Uifia t lhe , Jt.
newspaper on the UOlh day of Auril Lr
end on the loin day of June i-i k Tri"
Inehihively. ll"FL K i ilisiln
ai-ta-U Attorney. for'pUin
Notice. Timber Culture.
V. S. Uxo OFFICI, Thk DALLas, Oimot I
Complaint having been entered at tki.' .
byOhie f. Weber "eainM wisie, Rn pa
failur. to eon,ply"with I." a. Z lnE??!
Kntrj No. 302.-., dated eet'temter?' ST"'1'11'
Willamette Meridian. lUnre U eisi u
County. State of Omron, with a viewVuJS
cellation of aald entry, c imatant nlWiT? S
wid w e,l-y Sun,,,, er nerer piowJdo 3,
aald tract exeept about Hx iere. .nd nem'2
any time nor baa any one for him pUntaT.5
r. e oi cuttitins. or aetda, and ali tliVfe
ley buinmner about the month of Fbru, ? 5j
duly re liiquialied aald tract to the UnTOiS
and hM never said lime returned oSZ
la'nd "r 'lght r ,utcr0k "I aairJnwS
The aald parties are hereby summoned to n.
pear at thia office on the Anh dav of April im
at 10 o'clock a. m., to ,epod
testimony concerning aald all.ired failure
uu JAVKU-fAi.Kejiiter
School IdstrlctKo.Sol Wasco Comity Ortmn
will iaaue two coupon bonda of the par rtliMoi
tour hundred dollars each beaihie internt u
the rate of aix jier cent per annum,lntrwtT.T
ableaemi-annua'ly;aid boiida bring redeemibli
at the pleasure of an id district alier ten yeail
from their d.tte, bnt due and pavuble (ib,iuu.!,
twenty yeara fiom date. JTInciple and intenu
payable at the office of th TretiMirer of Vim
County, Oregon, or at uch place nu bt
designated at the option of the purchmicr.
The board of directors of aald district are In.
fully authorized to laaue aald bonds in acrord.
ante with the provision of an art of the Leeiiii.
tlvc Assembly of the State of Oregon, Bled In
the ollice of the Secretary of Btate l"ebrury a
1VJ3, and providing among other things for tS
Issuance of bonda bv school dintiiets.
Ill compliance with the terma of uld act, I,
aa treaturcr of tnld coiintv, will iecc;ve
bida for aaid bond at my office li. Kullei tin
afiireaald until 2 o'clock p. m. on the lut dT of
May lMi. All bida must be aecompanledhyi
cerlitled check of five per Ct-nt of the amouuiol
bonds for which the bid ia made. No bid for
kss than par will be considered. Rlniiki to be
submitted fur district to execute. The right It
reject any and all bids is reserved.
'iha Iiallea, Oregon, April 1, Isyj.
School District No. 50, of Wasco coiintr, Or
gon, will issue aix coupon bonds of the p
value of five hundred dollars each, besnui
Interest at the rate of six per cent per annua,
interest payable semi-annually; laid bornli h
ing redeemable at the pleasure ot said district
aftei tun yeara from their date, butdueauapsf
able absolutely twenty yeara from date. Prin
cipal and Interest payntil at the ollice of lhe
treasurer of Wasco eountv, Oreyou, or at sues
place aa may be designated at the option of the
The board of directors of said district art law
fully anthni ied to IsMie said bonds la accord
a .ce with the provision of an act of the legisla
tlve assembly of the state of Oregon, tiled In lr
o:ilceof the secretary of state, ol Oregon, Kebrs-a-y
22, lhi:l. and iraviilliig among other things
f ir the issuance ol bonds by school dlstricla.
In compliance with the terms of said act, 1,
aa treasurer of said county, will receive sealed
bids for said bonda at my ollice In Iiallea City,
aforesaid, until l o'clock p. ni. on the l.'ith dir
ol June lhiw. All bills must be accompanied bf
a cerlitled check of rive r cent of the anonnl
of bonda for which bid is made. No bid lor lea
than pur will be considered, ulanks to be fur
nished by lhe purchaser. The right to reject
any and all blda ia reserved.
lhe Dalles, Oregon, May 1,'.,
Administrator's Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that the onderrlewd
administrator of Ilia eatatenf tjarah A. Krilsv
late of Waaeo County, Oregon, now deceased,
haa filed hia flual account and report as suck
au mlh 1st ralor. with Ilia elark of the count'
court for Wasco County. Oregon, and Kr
uay me nra any ni July, iv.s.i, at J o riuea P
of said day, at tbe cotintr court room In th
county court house in Dalles (. ity.Waseut ouutt,
""'("li, nave peel, nxed br lhe Hon. wiuini
Judge of Wasco Coiintv, Oregon, as the lima and
place for hearing said Ural report.
All persona interested in aaid estate are here
by notlliid to appear at aald time and place aod
ahow cause, if auv thera be. whv said report
should not In all annroved. and as
order be madedlscharging raid administrator.
i'a eu una I'.ith day ol May. 1V.1.
Administrator of Ilia estate of Marali A. '""
deceased. M
Advartlaecl Letters.
Following is the list of letter remain
ing in the poslofflce at The Dalles un
called for May, 20th, 1800. rerwni
calling for the same will giveuRtson
which they were advertised:
Harrows, A( M
Kampli, Keen
Birchard, Ueorge
Boir, M T
iiiiis, j a
Cooper, Kusell
Donaldson. Laura
Ilydn, Nellie
Ilinnason, Kha
Ht-cknr, J J
I less, Jay
llellwell, f J
Knectitly, S
Miller, Joseph
Wilson, M 0
Smith, J A
I'attc, r M
Kelly, John
Joss, J
Vhnlan, Martin
Odell, J U
Brown. 8 J
null, Wtn
Wilson, II E
Johnson, Constace Moody. C A
Jones. Irena
Lenecal. Lena
Katnph, Kretl
Hpothurk, T
Smith, Grace
Shirley. W U
Corey, Clara
tV.lsun, Llbbie
Chltiv, J W, J
Shirley, W I)
Benson, J A
Itav, Walter II
t'atiiphell, Allen
Hill, Charlie
I'arry, Harry
Koly, Kd
Hess. II J
(iregg, Walter
Davis, W II
Kdwards, L N
Blsml, T
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