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SATURDAY. JANUARY H, 1N6.
Ri'BbCKf rnoN KAT Kb:
Six M od ths
JULIAN H Y K l>
— — Maia(«r
OFFICIAL DIKE« TORY
J. II Mitchel
< . W» b ulton
I J. N. WHHauison,
A. M. < r«wfor«L
(¡co. E. < haiftlx riaiii.
bueretar) ol State
I I Dunbar.
T reagii rcr
L‘. 8. Moore.
Hupt. Publie Instruction
J. If. Ackerman.
J. R. Whitney.
by the continuous tramping on the
earth surrounding the tree. The
only theory that has been suggest
ed is, that a u< in »>.is killed under
the tier in 1862, and while many
do not believe in -‘spirts,” the
facts arc so plain and the voice
can be so distinctly heard that
they cannot dispute the fact. A
family of people who lived there
many years ago become so frigh
tened from the voice that they
sold their farm at a sacrifice and
went wi st and are now living in
Texas. I’aducha News Demo
TH»; NîiWVORK U OPI I)
THE BURNS rURNITURE CO.,
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk ol laying
it down here from any catalogue
house in America.
The tickets are now made up
and the most interesting Presi
dential campaign the United
States has ever known since i860
lias begun. And it is the most
Which will it be, Parker and
Davis or Roosevelt and Fair
banks? Nobody knows yet, but
The Thrice-a-Week World will
tell you promptly, fully and truth
fully every movement of a hot and
newspaper now prints facts rather
than hopes, and it has always been
the effort of The Thrice-a-Week
World to tell the thing that has
happened exactly as it happened.
Thus > ou can judge for yourself
and form your opinion.
There is also a great war going
on in the East, where T he World
Kitchen furnishing will be one of our specialties, and your kitch-
has a brilliant staff of correspond
er will be ready to go into and cook a meal
ents in the field, and their reports
Ror mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
are found regularly in the columns
of The Thrice-a-Week World.
The Thrice-a-Week World’s
regular subscription price is only
Rockers, $2 and up,
Chair» VI and l'p,
$100 per year, and this pays for
Ladies Desks $8 up
156 papers. We offer this un
Spring beds $ I up,
Music cabinets Í5 up,
equalled newspapir and The
at $7 75, up
Times-I lernhl together one year
floss, (2 50, up
The regular subscription price
of the two papers isj$3-
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there
fore, our prices must, and will be
rieht. A call will convince you.
Leayee Burns daily for Ontario
at 6:30 a tn. Arrives at Burns dai
ly from Ontario at 5 p m.
The only through passenger and
transfer route from Burns to the
The Harney county Live Stock Association
will pay Five Hundred Dollars Reward for the
and conviction of atn parson or persons who
kill, steal or drive off any horses, mules or
cattle belonging to any member of the Associ-
tion. The County Court also otters an addi
tier a reward of Five Hundred Dollars.
W. B. J ohnson , Pres
Ai;< h 1 e M< < owan , Sec’y, Burns, Oregon.
First-class accommodations, and
good eating stations nt convenient
distances along the route.
8. 8. WILLIAMS, Gen Mgr .
BRANDS .»ND P. O. ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
L. Wofdenberg Jr.. Agent,
Colonel R. C. Judson, industrial
$<ou Additional Reward.
. K. S Beari
In addition to the
./ ('. Wolverton agent of the (J. R. & N, does not
above I offer |-'>oo
» F. A. Sf«>ore
under the same eou
believe that the fair alone will be
ditions for horses
NINTH JUDH IAI. DlHTRfCT.
baron both er either
Geo. E. Davis ’ responsible for the record-break
O ROSSI \ I A N N X
jaw reeorde«! iu a
J W McCullo« h
into the state
WRITING RING. |
Deputy List Atty
.............. CH Leonai'l ing immigration
Harney. Lake and
< irC’Ult Court meet« the Third Monday in
Horses vented when
April and Eoiirtli Monda) in October.
sold. Horses sold 'T'KE most important improve-
tisment the state is receiving now
to puss through thii
1 ment of the age in the art of
.J L Hitz
section will be re
from the Harriman system and
ported in this paper, penmanship males the poor writer
J L. Rand
write or telephone
| from commeicial bodies has re
Main 324. Burns, Ore.
a splendid penman in a few weeks
COUNTY harnky :
W. \V BROWN, Fife urvgou.
sulted in a belter understanding
by the use of this ring, Endorsed
Jeter lumens, Burns, horses, PC on leftatl*
<110111 y Ju<lg<;
II I . I.I V.H»
fie; cattie same on either hip; eaimarks crop
by prominent College Presidents
S hih Mothur«huH<! of the resources and climate and
J .M I Hi I to 11
ami split in l«*ft ear, swallow fork audgquare
and Boards of Education in Europe
under bit in right.
F M JortlMii
Tom Allen I the Eastern people who are seek
M Fenwit k, Burns, horses, double dot vertic and America.
Sample dozen as-
J. E. Loggati
al bar on left shoulder, cattle. L on right hip
H< hool Super! I'teinleliI
M E Rigby ing better opportunities and a less
earmarks, two underbits in each ear; also som sorted sizes sent post paid for $1.00
J A V.Mt
Stork I lispeetor
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, unde single sample 25c.
< ' ohi hi iMhioncra
.... G T Miller rigorous climate are thinking of
half crop in left ear.
fW L Bu«t
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear a Bingle ring, state whether for man,
Oregon as they have nevei done
marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right. woman, or child.
< ounty Court nie« I« the flrnt We<ineH«lay in
J I’ Withers. Harney, horses, combine«! TJP
California has long been
January, March. Mny, July, September an«! before.
on left shoulder; cuttle, half circle cross ou
PENN MI G. SUPPLY CO.
N'«>ve«n I ht .
either hip: earmark«, upperbit in right ear, un-
known as the Lind of perpetual
derbit in left.
No. 118 S. Fourth Street. PHILADELPHIA.
HARNEY U. B. LAND OFFICK:
Martin Bros.. Burns, cattle, double dot hori
sunshine and the thoughts of the
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
><> ■■ ' ' > ' t
A W OOW un Eastern people have up to this
jaw; also some branded <-ir< le N on right side
« ITY. HCHNM’
time turned to that slate gener
O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, 5 or lef
shoulder; cattle, a «>n right side and hip; ear
.Dr J. W Geary.
marks, crop oil right ear, crop and under half
ally instead of the northwest. Mr
B W Miil«i
crop oil’ left.
V 1 Hopkins
J W Bcvedge Judson thinks however, that from
l re«l Densledt, Burns, horses, FD on the left
1 (’ E MePheetcrs
der half crop in each ear.
now on (hegon will receive more
( J <; Foley
1 Hi mon Lewis,
K J WIIII biii «. Riley, liornea, I B on the left
I G W Clevenger attention aH indeed the tendency
shoulder; cattle, ('B on left hip; earmarks, crop
utt left cur. under half crop oft right, wattle uu-
Meeting« of the Council every Herum! ami j of tin' past two years
der chin; also cattle branded 88, crop and un
derbit in left ear, tinder halt crop in right; also
«•attic JT on left ribs, crop and split lu left ear.
pecially productive of new farms
Is Absnlutely PURE, and
under hall crop in right.
Nothing is omitted that concerns
H II Elliott. Narrows, horses, Th combined on
I and settlement. Prineville Jour
will OUTWEAR all other
left stub'; cattle Th combined on left hip; ear
the interest of buyers and sellers
mark, upper slope on ea< h ear. wattle on chin
and bell collar.
UClall Paper 13 eents a
i:i the live stock, grain, provisions,
// your local dealer does )>ot. car
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses, HSon right
HAKNKY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
leg; «attic V bar, earmark, under half crop «nd
ry it write to us and ue will see that
| produce and financial markets— sin gle • oil and UP.
>1 eels nt odd Fellows Hall, every Haturday
detvla'p VF ’ OPe hl Va, h eHr Jughaud,e and
When a man doesn’t know
30 p m ,
J. W. Buchanan, N. G.
you get it.
A MANLFACTLRINO DEPARTMENT in
the quotations are comprehensive,
F <>. Jackson, Hecretary.
P G Smith, Barns, horses, «quarter circle S on
wliat he »ays he generally says it
W. P. Fuller A Co. Portland
right hm<! leg an«i left shoulder; cattle, quarter
connection where we will make you anything
and are in every way reliable.
circle s on either hln; earmarx, crop off right
anyhow, and then regrets it
HI RNS LODGE N g 97, A F. A M,
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
from a wooden knitting needle to “doable-
The Journal in addition carries
Meets every Haturday evening In Masonic
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
T he man who struggles unsuc every days a full and truthful re deck" wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
J-< conne« i«d on right shoulder; also booton
J. c. Welcome Jr, W. M.
left shoulder; « attic, rocking chair on left hip;
F. H. Beider, Hccrelary.
¡alk or furnish estimates.
earmark, right ear drooped down, left cut slop
cessfully against fortunéis apt’to
port of tne world’s news and pre
ing fou aids head on upper side; wattleou lef
Hide of neck; all animals dehorned.
“THE BtGlir.ST HENHATIO: KI I : IWIIEKR■’
! feel that lie lias been robbed of
INLAND LODGE NG. 70 K. of I’.
sents many special features of deep
c P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
Meets every Thursday evening In the Brow n the decision.
side; earmark, under half crop right ear; horses
il M Horton, < <
bar 2 on left shoulder.
interest to the average reader.
L. M Brown, K. R. h
Thos Wingfield, Burns, horses,® (ehainlink)
There is nothing in which we The Jouanal's woman’s page, the
•*i* !■ ft thunder; cattle, same on left side;mark COIapsable
' top «>11 left ear, short overslop« in right.
take a greater personal interest illustrated sportlang news page,
BtJRNH LODGE No 47 A. O. D. W.
8. W. MILLER,
John ( raddo; k, Silvieg, horses, 8-8 on the 1«*°
Meets every second aud fourth Friday
Hhoubhu ; cattle, s-s on right side; mark, crop The BmalleRt SterecBcop? with th- strongest
than the things that tend to our Journal stories and comic pages
A. C. Welcome, M. W.
i r-skm Car' ■WB,,OW fork 1,1 leir- dewlap ou opticai effect
lllghlj fiitMiei! in «liticrent col
c N. Cocinan, Recorder.
ors with rich gobi ami silver <lc< orations
and other good things meke it a
XIon «-iKht side: (mountings). Including jh V. f. Phot, graphs.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
mark, split tn right ear, wattle on nose.
Views of art (genre). PRI E "N.t.Y «1.00.
Byiicle accidents, we arc in- very popular family newspaper,
ORDER OF WAS A ING TON.
G Hudspeth. Burns, cattle, sc issors on right Seut everywhere prepaid in letter form.
side; mark, crop and split in each ear.
Meets every Hist ami third Friday, in Brown formed, are very few nowadays. clean and bright from A to Z and
(', I’. Rutherford, Presiden
Simon Lewis. Burns, cattle 8L on right side,
I’eai l Vulgiimore, Secretary,
We’ve noticed, too that not many year’s end to year’s end.
W. J. COLEMAN,
under hull crop off right.
are hurt by falling off stage coach
HURNS «HAITER NO. 40,0. K. H.
Stenographer anti Notary Public j
<liainoti«i bar on left hip; mark;
split in ea< h ear, wattle unuer chin.
Meut« evt rv H« < O||«I HI1«I fourth M oik I hsm , I III es.
six months, $2.25; three months,
B urns , - O regon .
M hroii D Hull,
Euiih'u I- Th«>ni|i«(>ii, W M
i o ‘V n1’Burns, horses, reverse L ou
Dvltiora '. i . iwhii , Buerut«ry.
left stifle; <-«ttle, t»9 on left hip: mark, metal tag
A deer w as seriously wounded | $x'25-
office lu cltlxena Bank Building.
in each ear W ith full name aud add res
i r “pvii Iln.s., horse«. I.K on right gillie: cutl«
in the Virginia woods recently be
KYI.VI A RKBEKAII DEGREE No.si.
lerblt li right«“
Mvetsuvery 1st and 3d Weilnenday.
cause a hunter mistook him for a year, $1.50.
KODOL digesti what you eat.
Flora Hag«*y, N. (i.
G. Bnilth, Hee Hec’y.
man and fired without taking
From Huntington Ore
ear. under slope in right.
Physicians and Surgeons.
I KODOL cleanses, purifies, strengthens
Semi-Weekly and eekly |ourn-
stiJh-lrit»ti?'-rrB ih<Lrs<8’1H4 combined on left
time to investigate
<—— and sweetens the stomach.
Chicago* Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
HAKNM VALI I \ < AMI’ No :W|, U
on left side; mark, underbit iu
al also contain the market news
right ear, eft split in half lower part lopped
Keels every tirai miti s«*e«>n«i Tucaday
Ojlice at residence.
Phone No. SO
doWn against side of head.
KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, and
<’. W Met lain, ''oin.
and all of the features of the Daily
Special sas City, St. Louis.
all stomach and bowel troubles.
on left shoulder; " "
W. A. Gowmi, Clerk.
No More Stomach Troubles.
caitli, m J on leit hip; mark, crop aud uuder
half crop in right ear, uuderbit iu left.
KODOL Bocolsrates the action of the <»»
<’ J Jonnson, Riley, cattle, O tar on left Din- —'
TUl.Kl'IKl I.K S.. KIA, W „( w
trie glands and gives tone to the
L E. Hibbard
The Times-1 lerakl clubs with IL H. Brownton
marks, swallow fork iu right ear, Bj.lit iu left P’
All stimuli'll trouble is removed
Mut t« every fourth T iiuri I mv .
‘‘T/iT.’10’ J K combine«i on left hip;
i Atlantic Salt Lake.bunver.I’t.
Marth« hnltoii, G M
l>v the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the Journal at the follow ing rates
hu“f i:rUI', i.,',i (rr‘K',,l'*r’
lone W h II I ng, t l«*rk
KODOL relieves an overworked stomach
, Express Worth, Omaha. Kat
1 > I-’. > TTST.-L
Il give* the stomach perfect rest for both papers:
of all nervous strain gives te
enst of The Ci'izens Bank
'.li l. tt Kh-.nl.t., . nttle, I.«.- xc romblneil ou ! the heart a full, free and untrammalod
bv digesting what you eat without Daily,.................
.$4 oo office ftrit «l«H)r
action, nourtshea the nervous system and
I he Im al sheepmen have made 11 lie stomach's aid. The food builds Semi-Week))' . .
, „oi1.'" i'."" Il,!r"f- h"r,'>«.-Bun left«lioul<ler feeds the brain.
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lewis*
an agreement w ith an expelh*ncc<l j up the body, the rest restores the Weekly......... ....
14 the wooderful remedy that h
F/stMail ton. Spokano. Minne
12:35 ■ M1,H 1 •s. ^u«bt;t, Warm Springs, cattle ear'
-— making so many sick people w^
tiapper to pay him 7*2.75 for coy stomach's to hoallli. You don't
lock «ni left side; mark, w attle uuder chin.’
145 apolis. St. I’aul, Du- a. in
strong by giving to th*
John Hlpsman, Burns, horses, OJ on the left
ote si alps, and they hope by so have tn diet yourself when Inkin'-
-honl.l., , ,.„,1 OJ
bodies all of the nourishment that Is oe»
lllltli Milwaukee, Chi !
It ft ear, two underbits in right.
talned tn the food they eat.
eago : nd East.
doing to rid the ranges of these Kopol Dyspepsia Cure, ■I I) Ers-
Sam K ing. Burns, cattle, 87 on left hip mark
jaw **'1' “,,d‘,rbit 1,1 ca<’h ear, wattlePon left BoWlee aetv. 81.00 SUe holdlnr 2H H im the «rut
B urnii , O hwion .
destnn tive aniin ils. Each sheep
•tee. wSte» MUe for JOc.
suffered Heartburn and stomach
I k-li. burses, .E on ieftstifle; cattle K 1
OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDULE A y
Office U| stair« in Voegtly Building.
miser pays in proportion to the
Ip t. C. D.VITT ( CO, CtlKdflfe
on right hip; mark, upper half crop off right ear
trouble for some time. M v sister-
J W Biggs. Burns. Imrses, OR on left stifle.
number of sheep he owns, If Ihr
' ill-law Ims luid the same trouble
11 B Simmons, Narrows, horses, TH L com bin
bim don h it stifle; cuttie, circle U on left ribs- i
sheepmen 111 other sections Would I and was
All sailing dates sub
'»ar k < r.'p «nd umler half crop in left ear ni’
nut able to eat for six
ject to charge.
• ierbit in right, dewlap under throat.
adopt similar methods, coyotes weeks She lived entirely on hot
8 p Ui
4 P Hi.
Joel H Howard. Burns, honiea, bar 11 on left
For San Francisco
would soon be as scarce as deei water. After taking two bottles of
every 5 days.
and oilier native animals that were Kodol Ihspep-ia Cure she w is en-
8 p. m
Our new book entitled “ 40 MoNBY
I p. ni. «1'1 iu righi . »r. .wallow fork In lefl; cattl.
once so numerous. The Sprax | tirelv eilied She now cats heartily
" ,HI' "l»r«."'«ll"w loth in both«r,'
M aking I dkas in worth its weight in F.x Sun. To Astoria ano Way- Except
and is in good health. I am glml
Hurns. .anle, j Y combined «
\’ITORN F \ -AT-!. AW .
gold to every man who wants to start a
lnd!!l “in l?ft,‘: 'n,rk- Cr"P *ud ■"* ">
to say Ivod il gnvn me instant re
m 1 M I Ik H Bk
10 p. n .
<Ifliee olio door nori li
legitimate, paying mail order tuaineaa.
Bare on the lalt ‘
lief'' Sold by Bum« Druggists.
it telh you what to do and how to do
of French Hotel
T radì M arks
Out on the farm of Will Albert,
6 a. in. Orcgmi (’ity New 4:30 p n»
i it successfully
Send ui 50c today
neat Heath, tins county, the peo
( O regon
berg. Sab tn and Way Except ,
Are you going to the Railroad if mo do
Biilklei. Hili iea, rattle. 44 <>u lelbblp and
Anyrm« ««ndlnf a
and dc’crtptfn* t «« v
; and we will «end von ti o book. a nd a Except
light rii.a, mark, »mouth crop iu each ear ben qufcfcJy a«c«rukin car optaion fru« wh«<btir an
pie ot th.it sei tion are xet w rought not forget the O. C. i o.
P*11 mvenuen la probably p itental i«^ f’cn-umBl^
Sunday. wattle; h .. ., U „„ le.tatitle
| valuable no t tb y !«>« r ai «n ve » free
ttoM «trictly or>nfldenU«L Handbook -m r.itouta
»kennan Kiley, ka«»
»» »1 ••nt
free, Ohlwt «<««iey f< r aeeurtTv paleate,
up over the “talking tree” that
tak«n Ur n.S M»iu, .« Os rreafr-
t'KNT’ H' I'l KLlMlli'
Wlllaaaette A lambiti 3:30 p m
• a in
nottoa, wltfemn MA.-.A tn tke
h is been there for some time.
Biggs & Biggs
it» R »N LA •
• i KN
On gon City. Datton Monday
Enormous crowds continue to
Tuhrd’v and Way-Landings Wed. A
»• x W.
’ > rg Jr. Burns, cattle tkre«
congregate there every Sunday llaruev
riti ’ hip mark crop off each ear •
to he.it the strange noises that mouth
Practice in all the court* of Ora.
6 a. m
4:30 p m
'uo'haw Burns. .«Mie brand G 8 on right I
.’.bLV ‘ k“8M“af«Cwp in both ear« with .
emanate from the tree. The Salilntth *ehi sd every - d'bath at 2 Collection* promptly made
Tuesday Portland Corvallis Tuesday
' in left
undt G -bit
Thurs A and Way Landings Thurs «k *>• '
voice can lie distinctly heard, and !
H Kelle lai ■ hnrw Brand circi, 4. ,1^, g
-re two very nn. ly prv|<nr»a
Bay»: “There aie treasures buii
. nisu K un Ieft «houliler.
•keleton* of big gnake* In th. Xi
Sunday -,ihool it Kurnev the • • \ H im Mm
Forest reserve scrip, in tracts of 40
ed at my roots.”
I ' M
-, Biirn,. bore«, dnmb bell un |,f, al museum |D Waxhingt. -, -.„j H
»¡-le »«lue. .n Irti hip.
acie» an i upward, rea ly for immediate
tir«t Sin d li of each month at lit
i'ARRISH & REMBOLD.
A p.irty consisting of the most
w M - n.-t. Barn«, retti,. ? L on rl.ht bln ®*klng tb. ni rondy I
o'clock it in On the second, third
» « tn.I. iti»
1 20 a m
utmost pains were taken »u
Will buy soldiers' land warrants given
reliable 1 ituens of the country and fourth S utuiai of each month
the cartils<inons extr
Butna tand ( any««n Oily. • »r»*g«n».
l ■ Il
c - n. Burri. re t;e 51 ob lcft bi. Aa. which wIth ■ r< aarj
I" th<- i «dirt« of Harney and ' tor service- in all Indian wars ami Mex
' 'l'irr »« t er..riB nÌitìi?
visited the tree not long since to •it 3 o’clock |> ni Preaching Bar rai.i • • P't
• fit I ent
mt' • « ami in th- •«ipn-me «xMirt »»I the ican and War of IslJ
lair, «nd al««» in U s ian4 e(Hie.
With >ut th
make a thorough investigation for vice • wrv -ccollìi Sundav at 8 ¡> in.
of cartilage tbe serj>-i t’* sk>
Huntington. Oregon K l'Sy Ice.rer. BarM, retti, C on Utt.blr
■ n rei
themselves as the noises lieing
R,‘I M ...... ,,arn’ '••ut. Ab conscctcd 1,N bardly 1« *aM to tie compl
A I. CRAIG,
At the I’resliyterian church
« ’ha«. II.
much as they are the feet ■ • ri whlgb
heard. I hey listened patiently
tien. Pas* Ag’t. Portland. Oregon b*''.v». un. irft «bouldcr.
«be reptile walk*, as It ■
Burns. Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
A. I. MOHLER. Premdent
for several hours and were pie
• .a’? M k ’
‘ Bnrr•■ «e snircrt oi a snake walks ou the en !-
-ah hip, borw, l«ft «tute
IN'vine Derrice* the *hir4 -inti fourth Careful itleation given U> Collec
and In that mancer achieve •<■> TIO
paring to leave for home when a
tions and Real Estate matters
Sunday* of meh month at 11 *. m.
THAMES PROPER DIET*
sudden crash, which has been giv and . ;U* p m. .-»bbaih school at
« •»;* runwrr« »p»«.-
big serpent«, how .
en many times before the marvel 10 a in. evert Sabbath morning.
• p in , hrtr bar»« miu .brando,¡«fi b*’ and python*, really hive hind
antbp - T bi stwobthy mbn ant SI
O r KGOM.
•eg» though they are qnfe
ous production of voice came.
» BBS t.> trai. I and advertise for eld
W H Ml
I’reacliing , nervi
- » •
FX «rWr b , ,r ry
Jcea at the
I he mystery still remains unsolv
F\ lef* ,bvu:der
•r«. crushing their prey
ti, r tolia.
church ev v lit Aittl 2nd Sundays
|7»0 * a year and ex
ed, and so great has the number
’ « ' * - ■ .» p na-t They have no p,»i*on glan.!« I>nt they
GKO S. SIZEMORE.
morning and evening Sunday
pen," ail pataMe in ca»h. 5
>i righi «r I
, t ,
can bite terrifically with thetr rnauy
o( people been who have gone m I mo ) •
•mg requ r d Give n-fereaces
ry Sunday at 11 a. in
____ and en-
-mah .rtle fiuiglr. far « HI teeth, whl.■•. turn Inwnrd Ilk* heoka
there in the |»asl several months prayer meeting every Thursvlav
•»> p w» bone, Mae.
»o that a person once se s~» woeM
DeWitt’s fry# Salva Addr,«« Manager 3M Caston Bl ie
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