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THE BEND BULLETIN
I'UnUSlIKI) KVHRV l'HIMAY nV
LUUDMiMANN & LAWRUNCU.
-1 'lyviy-H ri.p-.- -jc.----
"i:orcvorjuriHn n Square deal, no
less nnil ho more."
One year ..... i.s
nix month. .,, ,....., .So
three mouth - o
(Invariably In adranc.)
HOW TO KKM1T.
' Remit liy ixuik ilraft, postal money
rnlcr on lleinl, express money ortlcr, or
rvglstorvtl letter. Make Wl rerillttaiicw.
M)nblc to The llciul lUilletin.
StaRc iinJ .Mall Schedule.
AHRIVK at Hbni.
rum Shiiklko vin lrlHevtlte -7 p. m. liU
.obi iMkcrtevr amt Mtver IjiUe
i a. m. tllv escept Tuc
J rem ThiihiIo Tw., Thtr. smt Nt...j.l. p. rti
1 rem I.shltaw daily except MiuJay p. m
I- H Stiaiiiko Tin lriiMtviltr. 6 . ra. lUll)
l-r Lakevtewr mhI Wlvcr Uike
J.VMi. m dally except Sun
l or .iikhim Tue., i nurv una mi .
1 or LaltlUw dally except SiituUy...
S a. in
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PosrOrifiCK IIoths Week day:S.m.to.p
tn Sundays, from It a. m. to ni nml hull
hour after arrival of oil mails from rmllrtw)'
rearhliij; littirt before p. m.
THtkriloKKOrriCK Hoi' WccL day, fron
ra. m. to 9vo p. hi. Sundavs ami holiday
from Sot a. ra. to la noon, ami from $vo p. in. Ii
V-otf p. in,.
FRIDAY, FKBRUARY 33. !9
rJiAT man school question.
Next Tuesday, Feb. 27, voters o.
Bend school district No. is will be
called upon to state whether Bent
shall establish a high school. Since
last fall Miss Reid has been teach
ing ninth and tenth grade studie
to a tew advanced scholars, but
this has been done out of school
hdUrs . It is now proposed to es
taJb&su a high school, if the voters
so desire, and incorporate tlicae two
grades into the school curriculum.
The law of the state provides that
all high school mu,t be established
only after a vote of the citizens has
btfen taken. Hence the call, by the
sctlool board, lor this election,
-jilt (is the sincere conviction of
iaan.iX'Otir citizens that Bend
sliotiltVkeep to the forefront in all
educational papers and should put
IKe nark pj approval on the high
scKoel at Tiiescjay's election, No
new teachers wjll be hired, no addi
tional rooms opened and no extra
expense incurred for the present.
T"ite plan proposes to simply incor
p9ratcj libtise studies now beint?
Uugbt otifqlu'e-of schoo kours into
.!. l- J '- ..J- 1
iut icuiricoTs: 01 sma j , anu
thus will place no additional burden
ou thettrfpaypp. t tfhere, then, is
aCdsonahls objebtion to establish
ing a' high school?
The condition facing the voters
is simply this: If a high school
is not established certain of Bend's
citizens will take their families and
move where proper school facilities
can be obtained. The Bulletin
knows this to be a fact, for it has
the statements of these citizens to
that effect. Shall the district, then,
djecourage the high school, lose
those families which arc already lo
cated here for the purpose, of send
ing their children to our schools
and deplete our population by los
ing those- citizens who will feel it
their doty to go elsewhere for
school facilities? -Tliis would cer
tain 1 ti'.i u'h.wisc action.
' Property owners have invested in
Bend real estate with the firm be
lief that Bend will some day be a
city. They are expecting an ad
vance in property values. ' If this
growth is to come the citizens have
got to help by keeping' the town in
the lead in all things that make a
town a desirable place to live. Ad
equate school facilities, it is well
kuowu, always attract people to a
tpwu when looking for a place of
rjsidence. Shall wclose tluV most
x'oniiruble'class of citizens atrd re
tard the growth' of the loWtijpr fear
that at some future time it will add'
a few cents to each citizen tnxes?
This would be saving rit the spigot
and wasting at the bung liflle. '
The towns in every regidn that
grow and remain at the front are
those that are' constantly alert in
supplying school advantages, man
ufactories, public1 institutions, etc.
Bend has made a' most commend-
able start in her school system, one1
of the very important factors in a
town's development. 2JM1J we now
stunt this excellent baglnnipg by
hiudering its further, grpwth?
" The legislature Has appealed to
for a generous appropriation for con
ducting farmers' institute attJhnd
the state, aud it-gave the uippey.j
At that finle it was pretty well un-l
dorstood that Dr. Withycombc, di
rector of the agricultural experi
ment station at Corvnllis, would be
H candidate for governor, and there
was a wclbdclincd suspicion that
the farmers' institute appropriation
was in the interest of hiscatulidncvi
Indeed, that was precisely to the
liking of a legislature whiclttcfuscd
to believe that John IL Mitchell
could sin and which persisted in
"indoiMng" him niter lie hhd writ-
ton his own plea Uf gllilt. Withy
combe for governor was n part of
the Mitchell programme nud the
legislature placed the state treasury
at his disposal in order that he
might work his game with great
effect among the farmers and not
only be at no expense for his cam
paign but actually be paid for it
from the public treasury. If this is
Dr. Withycombc's conception of
public duty and it cannot be
doubted that it is, else he would not
b; found so eagerly accepting n sit
uation that is monstrously indeli
cate, to say Ihc least Ihc people
hive ample warning that he is not
a tit man for governor. They who
regard public office as a trough
around which a lot of political hogs
may crowd, should be left at home
1 1 revise their notions of the public
service. And we think some ot
them will be.
ALICE WHERE ART THOU?
It is to be hoped that Alice
Roosevelt will have a happier ex
perience than Nellie Grant. And
there is assurance that she will, for
she marrjed a 'typical American
while Nellie Grant -'look a typical
Briton and expatriated 'herself to a
life that conld hold itljle ja, True
happiness U mqst likely io be found
at home. World-straying hearts
arc seldom satisfied. , .
Having introduced among the
Chinese the blessing of Christianity,
we must now hurry them on to en
joy its reward. And what an in
significant recompense they are able
to make by giving their patch of
this diry little planet in exchange
for all Ibe boundless inheritance of
heaven. A Knickerbocker's His
tory of China next year ought to be
pretty rich reading.
Elsewhere in this'issue appears
the announcement of Willis W.
Brown of Heisler, who is seeking
nomination for sheriff on the re
publican ticket. Ml-. Brown's en"
trance into the political field adds
another good aud competent man
to the large list who are aspiring
to the sheriff's office.
Rjhts Timber and Stone Repeal.
Oregon's senior senator has
waged a determined conflict the
past week in the Committee on
Public Lands, of which he is a
member, to have the proposed con
ditions for repeal of the timber and
stone r.ct modified so that the laud
may be acquired by private individ
uals if it is thought to be more
valuable for any other purpose
than foresty. The natural effect of
the proposed repeal and forbidding
entry of timber for homesteads,
tvnuld be to place nil Oregon's
timbered public domian not em
braced withiu forest reserve with
drawals on practically the same
footing as reserved areas. The
committee 'vaS not disposed to al
low the cou'nffy in which timber
grew, morejhnujb per cent of the
total derivm from, sales.
Senator IfaftorVs strongest effort
.vas to have eny timbered area
thought to haye gt eater value for
any purpose than forestry, opeu to
some form of private acquisition.
He held that a vast proportion ol
Western Oregon being timbered,
splendid land lor agriculture, graz
ing, etc., might be kept under the
forest for years, under proposed
conditions. His futures nresented
showed the remarkable low revenue
forest lands yielded. While of West.
ern Oregon's timbered area a rel
atively uraall amoVint remains
public domain, the'isenator feared
that much good land would be kept
irom development, aud is striving
to convince the committee of the
peculiar cpnditibns'.in his and other
rnn.fi clnl.,AA.'lt.i...o tM. I..l
"""I. nin,.-!,. rfcii HUIUtlCU UICU9
nre sometirhM the best lands when'
cleared, .ff'he'is unsuccessful! in
the eomtimfee, he Will carry the
figlii"toAthe senate floof for a firiar
striiL'L'le with the !iIlastenl'flh,,
which seems unabfti to apbFedate
Roslanjl Heard Prom.
Ko.sj.Aja, -Pch, 31 At Itosland is an'
oittfiie way pUceand hcti! rtiuc)t,uiia ground too ilty tftHjirrtiti'Jje gruhiH,
alwut 't, I tliouglit I would ''t you know ao I resortet' to irrlgr'tlon nml, an the
wMtitfibintftft! " ' ' ' glKitfuMiliieeiifcilcrylrVWialtWiif
Atprcbent the snow i about four the year, I gave it o hoo'tj;h wetting.
, : , t':n :
hu'hcs deep, Slotta ,looU fi' plenty
of liny to go tlrutt'lil tlu 'vlntcr, initl
with the nllroml tttul illicit enterprises
in view we tuny llilve rtitltlnt; tinieit tip
here in the KpriniilTkle rnilromt ix. net
tlitK cloe! We'chh lieitr the whittle
down itt V. !' Vniiilcvert'ft from here,
iitnl the company linn licen up (lie line nx
fitr it RoMitntl nnil ciiKitgvtl wnrchnintn
to forward freight nml m.'11 tickets to
nit they foituil more people hero tlmn itt
ny plucc lielow. Tills place will lie
the lemliiig point in Hitstcrn Oregon ntt
toon nit the tllrt Itcgintto Uyinul weluive
the rnilnwil on the gnniml in plnco of in
tltenlr. it. T. S.
TUAIALO WANTS SCHOOL.
.Many Children lit That Locality nml
a School Is Needed.
Tu.MAi.11, l'cli. 2 Oct busy now nil
von tlntt lmve children to cnil to ncltool
or that nre Interested itt cliooln. There
nre enough eltlldren of ..cIuhiI Hge to get
it district Inid oil for tills irction. Junt
think, it is six tulles to our uenrct
school, which is at I.nidlnw. Now w lint
is the tuittter with linvlug n school nt or
near Titmalo. Six miles is too fur for
cliildrcu to lmve to go. We 11 ceil n
seliiKil here . Who will uiaVe the start
for it? Scverni nrv willing to dotmte
toward the tiuilding, nud there i 110
ilticstiou of land for ehooI gnnind. It
only reiunins for some otic to iiutke n
start and the rest will Much help. There
arc aliout 30 children at present within
three miles of Tumalo that are of school
age which nt present have to stay nt
home from school or go from three to
eight mites to ltidUw.
Wc arc having some more moisture,
which is always welcome in a dv:rt
M. N. Neil Inst week moved his fntiiily
from I.aidlaw to their homestcrid one
mile north of Tumalo, They cxxi'l Io
make tills their ticrituiwut hottir,
W. J. llightower fetUfttetl BUIliUy
from a two mo'titt4 vUlt tVlUI hU wife
ami daughter l'carl at Scdro-Wooley,
There ia some talk of a large saw mill
Wing put up ott the Turlcy ranch ix
miles west of Ttunalo,
Charles Tlmrnthwaltc passed thfoUgh
Tumalo one tinj- iat wrcV on tils wat
to hii ranch b, batch n (eif liays anil
make some improvements.'
PeWte Ulectetl at filler"
(Too late for last neck.)
SlSTKHS, 1'eb. ij.At a ttieetirtgof the
voter of Illack lliitte precinct on the loh
init. Irviit Person was named as candi
date for county cnmtii!toiier Wni( ,ex
Smith ami J. II, Welt wtfe tJecietldcl
egates to meet the delegates ol ,ie vari
ous adjoining predtiKts a;t .Jeimoiid to
nominate a candidate for that office.
The grand ball Riven by Messrs. Judge
Palmer and Willant Wilt the e cuing of
the 14th was 0 gr.in'll sitcces. l'.tcryone
seemed to enjoy themsches until 4 "
A nitm1er of jicrsons, ajiioiig whom
were K. H. Sparks, J. . Lambert, A. O.
Allltigham, I.estef Ijryan und others,
spent totlay visiting ill town.
The stage cctfnpauv have a new coach
man in the jfcrjiuil of C'.eorge WwmIs, mjii
of Williitui Wood of this jdace. If
George's whip holds out uc have !ioMa
of his fcrfc'liing Cliiic falls this eeuiiig
011 scIkhIuIc time.
Jess Cox anil I'. C. Holmes were up
from Deschutes to attend the ball aud
take back a grub stake. Mr. Holme is
grubbing 011 one of the II. II, L, & L. Co.
Sam Stiluell is a bad man with n gun
but iiccr shoots.
Itveryoue seemed ijulte anxious to re
ceive their mail today, but were very
careful not to open their letters until
reaching home. Very few were disap
pointed ' in receiving photographs of
themselves, some very Incoming.
Charles llucatiau and Ko1crt Clover
were up rccj.-utly from Ijner Metolinc.
There seems to be some attraction around
Sisters for Charlus and Kolwrt.
Martin Wools and lUlph Johuwin
have retunied from Cliue I'nlls where
tiiey had a contract of grubbing, which
they hae finished
Dr. Turley lvft recently to make a fly
ing trip to Weston, his former home.
Tony Trahait was attending to busi
ness in Sisters today,
fiuy Claypool and wife were up from
Sjuaw Creek visiting mid returned home
Dnnco ut Redmond,
TliKre was a dance at the 1 Intel Red
mond', Saturday, I'cbruary 17, given by
Theo. Decker, manager. All enjoyed
themselves until midnight. Mr, Ilccker
deserves credit. There will be miothcr
in the near future. All will hehuitcd
w don't forget to come.
HOW TO IRRIOATE. .
flooa Ideal frohiOne ,AVho Has Had
AVriting in the pacific Homestead
Dr. 14, h. Robert of North Yaki
ma, Wash., says
"t 80011' foifnd jf-Slvfsablt' to get my
whct 111 the gipttnd it'carly lit the
priig as possible, in ortler to get the
benefit of the tiioU'turi froi(i, snow aud
U.. .....!...', ii.. iiLLjX, t
caIy sjiring,' rains, Oiic T. found my
. r 1 t 1
ORUdON POLITICAL INPURMATION
(Cuiitillnt by lilt HllfJ' 'l HUtc SH1 Allot'
Roglntffllloti, ' '
HruUtrnlioH U utMiiM
I'llH.!.. .1 l..lilli..V . libLl
liv ciiiiiily clctksi
Hritl'ttMttoii 1khV.cUsv lor mlliisty (Irttlon,
iiiniiy i, iw .
on IhhiIiIii1' lor ii
AIMII 10, I II, III
mil III. 11. Ill
KriilMi'ntliiH tiotiVs nl'clitil sltrr inlmsiy flec
tion Al'tll if, .
Unl.liollim lHHikclliil lor Kfiictnl tlcitlnii
iy IJ. 5 l. Ill
Direct PrlitlnrV lllcctlon.
County clctV gKr iiutlcr nl I'llinniy tlntltHi
1101 mici 1111111 .iinitii ji,
l.t iln fin ntlim llrllllmK. fur lilnelnc linm
(in ImIIhI for Utc, iMiiAlrxlonst sml itltilct
ulllcrs. Msrrli ,
l.l iliiy for (Hill kIII1oii fur roiinly uniccti
lute of iirlmmr flwlllin. Aill
i.nuii.tiiii uirsiti ihi
IhIiiiai) tlrilloii fur slnlr
unices. May J,
t.ntttlA rrntlng ittiMUttH'wtliiK tnrss'
iur. ls.Yiiilirv, im
UK itsy fttr AIH( Hiillsllir kIIoii, f tUo
l y ivrn
Ijinl iky fin- rllliiK pamphlet npptwliit; mrss
iiirs. I'rliiiKiry y im.
Niimlxr nf li;iiAUitf mpiltftl tn Initlslr Isws
ur miiii4mciil, US
I.t iUf fiir flllna iTilinMlr v( iioinlnntloii
f.r lslr ulfliH hy i-mltl) uOImIoh. Aptll w
Iji.t itay (at IIVhk iiiMiiliutliit; Kllllon lur
tlr ufnrr, M 4
I.sti iisy lur nilnn illftfu 01 niimliistlnii
fcretiiinly olfiiTrt l.ysfiiillyiif tlrvlin. May 4
i.b.i imv hit iiiiuk
tMlinly Ollicta. Ma ly
I.B.I iUv fur (fling iioiiiliialliiK kIIUhh tor
(Icncrnl Hlcctlon, Juno 4.
rrllli.nK for tiniiiliiallniK of ill.lllil nmrria.
licit a cnv,m I,mK. ilMiUt atliHiiry. Jirfnl mm
slur an. I Joint ttrriilalHf, mil. I Ik-IiImI In llir
iifNkc irffli ufimr, ami nut In tlir oltlirt
l cmtnty ckrW sml tht itslr vmriHliiK ihwi
liatlnn lor talc ufftcvM air apiuaMr
Then the grain cniuo tjulckly, but the
ground being mi bare, it linked and much
of the gta'tu assumed n rlo (over
water) appcdrancc. This was In a meas
ure overcome in time as the ground lie
came shrilled; but I am confident a much
better crop would hate been obtained
had I sown a couples of weeks earlier
In short, endeavor to get the ground
shaded by the growing wheat lieforc the
hot sunshine bakes the ground. Then
late irrigation will bring its reward.
The" great fault in irrigation Is the
feckless use of water; that is. In many
eWses using too much.
Many who have come from parts of the
coihiry where irrigation la not needed
and where rains arc sufficient, seem to
think as they have the mater they must
use it, I khiow cases here in Yakima
valley, and one in particular, where a
crop of potatoes was entirely ruined, rot
ted In the ground, by too much and too
continuous late Irrigation. If potatoes
at blooming time need more moisture
give It to them quickly then see to It
that they get no more.
In arranging for irrigation cither on
the farm or in the garden, those things
which require a great deal of water may
Ik associated together and all watered
together; that Is, if It Is dcsltablc to
plant a few rows of one kind jxrt way
across the field, then the remainder of
the row talth something else, so that
both get equal irrigation,
It would be unwise to plant a plat of
strawberries, which can scarcely have too
much water, then too continue your
rows across the field planted to potatoes,
thus forcing the waste water from the
strawtierries through the twtato field,
the latter of which should not hae one
drop of water after they hae bloomed,
Squashes can be easily over-irrigated,
while melons and cucumbers are "hard
Sweet potatoes are exceedingly sensi
tive to ocr-irrig.itioii. In the eastern
and central western state the dry sea
son arc juat the thing for sweet pota
toes. The custom of planting sweet mi
ta(oe, especially in rainy regions, 011
high ridges Is to keep them dry.
I knew n farmer in Washington to
plant cabbage, then continue the rows
with sweet potatoes the remainder of the
way aero the field. The cabbage throve;
tile awct potatoes were a failure.
Again, cultivation should come in be-
tweun irrigations. I have known two
and three irrigations in succession
among vegetable crops without cultiva
tion. The excuse of the growent was
they hadn't time to do the cultivating
la-fore the ground had baked and liecome
Iwril. There is null 11 thing hs having
o much to do that there la not time to
do anything right.
Ereryona thonld nticribe toi
hla home paper, in order to gat all
tho local neva, but to kMP In touch
with tho world'a dally areata
hould also ri4
The Evening Telegram,
The leading orenlnf newspaper of
the Pacific Gout, which hu com
plete Associated Freu reports and
pecial leaaod-wlre aerrlce, with
correapondenU In Important newa
centera and In all the cities and
principal towns of the Northwest.
Portland and suburbs are corered
by a bright staff of reporters, and
editorial, dramatic, society and
special writer! Saturday's edi
tion consists" of Sfl to 38 pages, and
has colored ctaic pages, as well aa
a department for children, colored
fashion page,' an. interesting serial
story and other aitractlre features
in addltfcft to' all th news of the
SubscrliiUoh Ratas: One month,
60 cents; three months, fl.36; six
months, f2.60; twelre months, S.
u.Ni) U'f.i.HTiN nud Telegram,
one year .$5.5o
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Cured Meats aiid Lard and all
the Accessories of a First-Class
Market. Everything new and
of the best. WHITE & HILL.
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Arrive l'rineville 7 11. in.
Leave l'rineville ia:.iop. tn.
Arrive llcnd 7:00 p. in.
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Bend-Silver Lake Stage
G. A. OOOK, Proprietor
LBAVKS I1HNI) every evening; hut Sunday oil arriv
al oM'rincvitlc Mage, rllil through to Silver Lake in 30
LRAVHS SILVHH LAKU every morning except
Monday at 6 o'clock, arrives at I)jMtl 1:30 next uioruin,:.
Best 01 AccoH,mcHl,tk)n on thi Route.
Unrc ThrouKh, f fi Ja; round trip, $ 14. 1'orty iound
o( baKOKc free; tfxp're&i 2 cents a jKnitid.
Bend Livery &
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LIVERY, find FEED STABLE
HoH.sit.s IJoAkDJtl) nv tiik Uav, Wimu ok Month
Flrst-Clnss LK'e'fy Rlg for Rent. T mc No, 15
Duailitirtt.Ulwrfa Mlanraola amtOirlun, . Itcnd, Oregon.
Authorized Capital $25,000
Incorporated W4 .
TEe Central Oregon
Banking & Trust Company
of BEND, OREGON.
TraHM'Ua (riirral iMHikltix an.t tlil.t liM.tir Imik-i ftlria I it.llt n
IhrwitlMMit iHrwi.it.l art a .i.,ihmi.., f,4tr ur nlfrr utr liaita
Irra mu l,y mailur trlr(rsih i..lr.t.ii mailf .t,.Hi.iy ami wi.m fatutalaV
INTKKKHT (IN lilll'OHITH Thr Cltal llrrf..H IUmVimk Ttn.l l'u. Isaa
xWlJ rftal Hw SValHU. lit IU rapfcllir kihIH Wh II wilt now tclv Ttmr
tillrlof lM, )Ih iMtnnt Ihrfru4i S Mki. I'MMilMK) hf
tnt, I'm Ohc Vfr, 4 tr m
Safo Dapotlt Uoxos for Rent at Hoatonahla Hates
A Full Line of Loal Blanks for Sain.
Agent for tho Flro Association of Phllatlelphla,
and tho American Flro IniUranco Co.
D I R I
A. .M, DKAKK, I'hmm. A. I,. (iOODWII.I.IK, Van IV
J. M. l.AWItHNi;);, Hw'v
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llUdll O'KANU, I'nip
MOT CKNTHAI.t.V I.OCATIIII lltlTKt. IN lll(NI).
SAMPLE ROOM fN CONNECTION.
New House, New l'urniture, Kcnsonnblc Kntus. Good Kooms
Always Ke.served for Trnnstoiit Trude.
in ')' ni
Tlinbtr l.smt, Act June J, MjV
N0TICK KOlt PUBLICATION.
U. H, Und (IIUvr.Tlir lialtta, (Irrvoii,
janmiry 11, ,
Notice la hrrtliv ulvcli that In n;milliiiirc illli
the iiruvlalon ol 1
c All HI Liniijiraa or June 1,
irt fur the sale oMIiiilivrlsnils
in thr alnlraiirCiillfuriila, llrruiin, .Nrils, ami
i7i, rillllHM, All .
WaahliictouTtrrlloir," aa ralemtrl to a I Hit
iilillclnuilatulra y Act ut Aiuutt 4, S, the
lolliiwlna ierua have, (IIsmI In thlsomcv their
swum aliilcmeiita, lowlli
Kliiinu 1'. I'm. 1
of (irmillc I'ulla, CplliUy f Hnofiml.li, atntr or
WaahliiKlou, fwonl tiilt)iit nl No, 7ii, fur the
iiuiiimK 111 inr ej-i u anil 1,01s nnu J, IC Jo,
li u s, r 14 r, . ...
miIiiIm 1. i,i,a ,'
orOrsulte 1dlf, elmly nl HuohpluUh, iUte of
Wnahluiiluii,iiUirnVnieiMi tli?, aj'ji fur lliv
purchaac dr 'he aeof kc ), ti ui r ir, w 111.
their claim '",.V(I NiHlditlutclAnitrulMertiuil
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iif Y..i,c JPV'J WT.f'.l'WIU'J V line tieir
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TO SMANIKO IN ONI! DAY
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, 'rlinier I.auU. Ail June j, S;S.
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with the proMsiitiia
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the aliovf linifi, uif iriiuc.lwl to file their rlnliya
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