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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1915)
Has Trie ler est Circulation Of Any
Ni-w.Ppt In Harney County.
SATURDAY. MCHHM 4. 111
Do you realize that Xmas is al
Rare bargains in clock at Sal
C. E. Tulloch was
from Catlow this week
Paramount pictures at Tona
wama next Monday night.
School Superintendent Hamil-!
ton was in the city this week.
Meet me at the Burns Hotel.
That's the central place in town
All kinds of grain including I
wheat at Lunaburg Dalton & Co. j
A great variety of weather has
baen experienced in this vicinity ',
during the past week.
Arrangements are going for
ward for the usual Christmas
ball at Tonawama.
I am closing out the toilet and
manicure sets. You can get one
cheap at Salisbury's.
Don Baker has been irtwrino!
his many old time friends in this
city during the week.
Mrs. Millar has made a gener
al reduction on all her millinery.
See her at Schwartz store.
Geo. D. Harris, one of the en
ergetic homesteaders of the Egli
section, was in the city on busi
ness this week.
Wm. Cnmmins and wife took
(heir departure last Monday for
Portland where they will remain
for an indefinite time.
Mrs. Millar has received some
of her Fall and Winter Millenery
and invites the ladies of this vic
inity to call at the Schwartz
store and see the display.
Dell Dibble is figuring an easy
time now since they struck oil.
He is a heavy stockholder in the
oil well project and his many
friends are planning ways to help
him spend the money.
A big bloodhoun left the Fred
Nickles place in the mountains
some three weeks ago. He was
branded K on left hip. Reason
able reward for his return. A.
Kimball, Burns, Oregon. 4-5
Didn't hear any of the farmers
say anything about wanting a
county agricultuist We're con
tented as he doesn't help us much
in running a news paper but he
might help the new man who is a
novice at trying to subdue this
wild sage brush land.
Mrs. A. C. Welcome had the
misfortune to catch the toe of
her shoe on a nail in the side
vyalk the other day which paused
her to fall quite heavily with the
result that her knee was injured
to such an extent that she is com
pelled to remain at home.
From a letter written by Wat
er Commissoner Cochran address
ed to C. B. McConnell of this
city, it is quite evident that the
adjudication proceedings on the
water question is going to be pro
longed just as much as possible.
We object but what good does it
Statement Of The Condition
Of Th --
First National Bank
At the close of business November 10, 1915.
Loans and Discounts $335,240.96
U. S. Bonds 61,000.00
Bonds and Securities 47,906.29
Real Estate. Furniture and Fixtures 9,504.92
Five per cent Redemption Fund 2,600.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Capital and Surplus $100,000.
United States Depositary
la invited to the strong condition of Itila bank aa re-flx-ted
by t hr abe reyert to the Ue vrramcal which
ah we our drooalU larger, oar rraoarrea giosster
than ever before In the history of oar Institution
DRESS UP BOYS Williams-I Wc do job printing-.
Zoglman Clo. Co. have the goods, j Mexican chilli at Mac's Res-
W. H. Robins was over from) taurant.
his Crow Camp home this week. I Mat..d Restart wanUj to buy
I still have some good golf 1 100 dozen eggs each week,
shirts at 3 for $1.00-1. Schwartz, j He8t of given ,.,. at
Yep, they say its a fact that ! Mrs. Fireoved's maternity hospi
we have ile. Why shouldn't we I ta'-
all be happy? Scott Catterson was mixing
Rolled barlev. wheat and oats) with his friends in this city dur
for sale at market prices. - W. A. ; in the week.
Goodman's feed yard. Mixed timothy and clover seed
il.tum from Iur 8a,t- " ' vanuerveer.
week looking ! Drewsey, Oregon
Ihos. Main was
Harney during the
after some business matters.
Chicken dinner Sunday at
Overland 12 o'clock and
from 5:30 in the evening.
I am closing out the toilet and
manicure sets. You can get one
aiHO ' cheap at Salisbury's.
First class potatoes $1 per 100,
Mrs. Bert Simmons wpactato & M at J""!
leave at once for Washington ! Ju"lfu nd Brogan- Uldwe11
where she goes for an extended I Potato ""
visit with relatives and friends The cheapest and best flour on
for the winter. i the local market is that made
Syracuse wiped 0. A. C. out at i rrom new wheat by the Burns
foot ball the other day. The! Milling- Co. As your merchant
boys made a reputation for them-' 'or '
.liw hv Hofffttinir the Michigan ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
agricultural college team but
'haven't done anything since."
Starr Buckland was In town
Rare bargainsln clocks ot Sal
Stop at the Burns Hotel when
in town. Hesl service.
county court was in session
for a couple of days this week.
Wm. Catterson and wife were
in the city a few days this week.
I still have some good orolf
shirts at 3 for $1.00 I. Schwartz.
The new flour made by the
Burns Milling Co. from this year's
wheat is every sack guaranteed.
Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Waid were
in the city a few days during this
week from their home on Home
creek runch of the Hanley com
Mrs. Miller will take orders
for the Palmer Garment Co., of
Chicago. Sample book now on
hand at the Schwartz store.
With Mr. Strahorn op his way
in to see the people of Burns wo
are going to be in a position to
build more railroads next week
Mrs. Sam King and son and
R. H. King desire to express
their sincere thanks to the many
friends who were so kind and
helpful during their recent be
reavement. Although there is an element
of danger most people with rfcd
blood like to see a clean game of
foot ball, therefore it is certain
the game between Burns and
John Day next Saturday will at
tract a big crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clingan
have returned home from Wash
ington where they were at the
bedside of Mrs. Clinghan's moth
er, Mrs. Hale. I he lauy died on
Nov. 23 and was buried on Thank
sgiving day. The lady was well
and favorably known in this city
where she made her home for
some time and there is universal
regret to learn of her demise.
The bereaved relatives have the
sympathy of many friends in this
Good barley ground at Chas.
I still have some pnnri golf
shirts at U for 1. (Ml I. Rebwurtt.
SAY! Have you seen our New
Mackinaw i7 -Williams-ZoRlmnnn
Mrs. H. M. Horton has been
indisposed and confined to her
room the unst several days. ,
The best bacon nnd lard is on
sale at the local ttQTM and the
Hums Meal Market and is packed
I'V i lie p, i ling pi nt of The
I. un. . wiil.ii . Co. d , it.
Whole and rolled barlny for
sale. Phoneror see Henry Vul
gamore. The school children are making
the best of the short vacation
period during Thanksgiving.
The Burns Hotel is the head
quarters for all when in town.
Good table service, clean rooms
and accommodating attendants.
v .titter reeeurt. to iho iiiei io applicant
New mail onntrnrtnra novo ha?'l",1", "' their erjlrloviia of protest In ihl'
new man contractors nave dc-,,.,, or teior. n. Ma u of January
gun their services but under rath
er discouraging conditions, the
roads being about as bad as thev
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
1 1 00.000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR tf$$ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Vail I, let No IIB 'trial No. IMtsy
NOTICE FOB, PUBLICATION.
t NITKI) STATS LAND OrriCtt
V.ls, Oregon. Noveiulier rt, Vt
Notice la hereby given f lint the Northern
I'a.'lll.' Itallwav Cionnanv. ftlioat? noa! entice
arl.ti.'MlaNI. . a ii I. Ml ii lira' t a, liaa th la ft 4a vol
i Snviiiiiirr, lui.'i filed In thla nines ltlSMlles
I Hun in eeleol under the i.roi;l9fli o! trie ;.-!
ol ' "i'M-a, eiir.ived Jul) I, Ulll (Ml mei. 7.
I Uit , Hep. 4, I'p HI H ,R.M Keel, W. M., 8K.4I
Any end ell ueraone Helming adversely the
laiula ilea, tllieii nr ileelrlne rn nhlrrl beeanee
of the Mlaetal character of the laud, or any
other reeeoh, to the itlapneel to applicant,
THoe. Joxea. Hegtiter.
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Frank Johnson spent a few INVITED.
days in the city this week ttraigh
tenmg up business nii.uis oi me
Colonisation Co. preparatory to
leaving for Prineville where he
expects to remain for the winter.
Mrs. Susie Simpson has been
made supervising operator of the
Juntura-Burns Telephone and
Telegraph Co. Any information
desired should be addressed to
her. She will be "information"
at the central office in this city.
1 have juat received my new Jine. The largest and
most complete ever shown in Burns. The celebrated
line manufactured by
The list following gives juat a slight idea of the stock
Rust Proof Corset
" Skeleton Waists
$1.28 to $3.50
The meriU of Warner Bros. Corset
are too well known to require any
extended mention, Thi it mply
to let you know that the above men
tioned goods are here, and you are
cordially invited to come into the
store and inspect them.
- General Merchandise -
fluHonlc Building-, - - Burns, Oregon
Webfoot weather prevails in
these parts. We like the mois
ture but would rather have it in
the form of snow as it is more
Be sure that your next pur
chase of bacon and lard is from
the local packing plant it is up:
to date and guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Ask your merchant
Hay Smith, who has been drill
ing wells over at Juntura, re
turned home for the winter the
other day. He left his machine
over there as he has other wells
to drill in the spring.
Good bread and pastry is as
sured when the new flour from
new wheat made by the Burns
Milling Co. is used. Get it from
your merchant, the mill, or Hous
ton, the Secretary.
Relatives and friends have re
ceived the information that Frank
Thompson and Mrs. Mary Crox
ton were married recently at On
tario. The Times-Herald did not
learn the exact date of the happy
event but joins with friends in
ox tending congratulations. Both
art' very popular well known
young people of this county,
Frank being the son of Judge
Grant Thompson and tbp bride a
most charming young lady who
has many friends and admirers
throughout this valley.
Married On Thanksgiving day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Busch in Valley View,
Otto Neutae and Miss Anna Har-
gens, Justice of1 "the Peace Hoffe
ditz performing the ceremony.
Tilt- marriage was witnessed oy
s.'vtral neighbors and the happy
couple given the hearty congratU;
lations qf al. Theae WW Pe
ple ar residents of that section
and Th Times Herald is Inform
ed they will make their home
these. This important piece of
news waa not brought to the at
tention of The Tlmes-Herald un
til after last Issue. We want to
join in the good wishes of their
many friends and hope they may
The Times-Herald office had
the distinction of being the first
telephone on the local exchange
to be "hitched up" on the new
switch-board of the Juntura
Burns Telephone & Telegraph Co.
lines. They gave us number 13
and was ordered to remove the
phono at once but as yet this de
mand has not been complied with
and as no bad results have fol
lowed its installation guess we
will have to let it remain at least
until some disaster can be laid to
this unlucky number then out
John Collins, who has been
held at Prineville sinee the Nor
ris trial, was successful in obtain
ing bail last week and is now out
pending the hearing of his ap
peal. Bail was set at $5000 and
the following bondsmen secured,
George H. Russell, John Combs,
Nute Williamson, Champ Smith.
and A. Dibble. V. A. Forbes.
Mr. Collin's attorney, spent Fri
day in Prineville attending to the
matter. - Bend Bulletin.
Are Your Taxes Delinquent.
The court of this county has
entered an order to the sheriff to
issue delinquent certificates on
all delinquent taxes at once. He
is going to comply with this order
and issue certificates on all delin
quent taxes from 1909 to 1914.
If vou have failed to pay you
should at once attend to the mat
ter and save additional cost
W. A, Goodman, Sheriff.
Baar Thle la Mind.
"I consider Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy by far the best
medacine in the market for colds
on. I .,.. u ell t
uniiu u"Ui, BBjra JVirri. rtiucri
iTltlosser, Lima, Ohio. Many ot
hers are of the same opinion.
For sale by all dealers.
Burning Daylight" one of
Jack London's thrilling Alaska
stories will bo seen in pictures nt
Tonawaina tonight with Bosworth
cast in the loading role. Kverv
body's talking about this picture
and it is going to have a big run.
There are five reds. It should
also be remember by Tonawama
patrons that special music is pro
vided for each night there are
pictures. Tonight Alex Eggles
ton is going to play a violin solo
during intermission between
shows. Monday night another
1 Paramount picture is to be pro
duced and they're every one the
the best- none better. On next
Saturday night Mary Pickford is
billed in "Such a Little (Jueen."
Married At the home of Jus
tice of the Peace C. A. McMahan
near Lawen on Nov. 30. Elbert
George and Miss Fern Bea Jones.
The ceremony took place at 130
on that date which was just 17
years, one hour and a half after
the writer went through the
same experience near Lawun.
The Times-Herald mentions the
securing of a marriage license
in another place in this issue but
the information of the wedding
came later. We certainly wish
these young people a happy Ills,
The bride is a resident of Harri
man but has been attending the
high school course being conduct
ed at Lawen by Prof. Jokisch
Died Tuesday, Nov. 30. Henry
Luig, aged 08 years. Deceased
had been ill for some time. He
was a piouoer of this county, hav
ing come here in the ouriy hu
in company with his brpther
Casper, the latter dying in 190P.
Mr. Luig was born in Germany
and came in company with his
brother to the U. S. in the latter
part of the 70's, going to Califor
nia and then i Hanioy Valley
where he has since been engaged
in the stook business and had ac
cumulated considerable property
ami his estate is Suite largo I '-
ceased had no relatives in this
country but It is understood be
has some in Germany. The fun
eral services were held Friday
afternoon from the Catholic chuch
Rev. Father Klein conducting
Ha I hereby given that the Coun
ty Sui.i-mitcnilent ,, Harnajr Comity,
Oregon, will hold the regular examina
tion of applicante lor Slate ()erii6oatea
at Burn, t)rgon, a follow :
Commencing Wednrtaday, December
II linn, at u o'clock a. m., and continuing
until Saturday, December, IS, 1015, at 4
o'i-loi kp. in.
Willing, I'. I, lllitory.
trading. Oompoaitlon Phyalology,
Method in Keating, Method in Arlth
A i itliioi'tir, llielorv of IdUOatloO.
l'-. I.ology, Method in Geography.
(iriiimuar, tieograuhy, American Lit
iiruturo, I'hyaica, Method In language,
Thaii for Primary Certlflate, Hclancr of
Kd url Ion
Theory and Practice, Orthography,
I'hyaica! Orography, Bngllah Literature,
Oh SIS III I J. Iliatnry of Bducation.
School Law, Oeology, Algebra, Civil
I iovermueiit. Childhood and Adoleecnre.
Oooiurlry. Hotany, School Adminis
tration. aaturday Afternoon
i in ml llixtory, Bookkeeping, Meth
od... Youra truly,
I,. M. Hamilton.
County School HurcrlDteudcut.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
UNITKII HTATICH LAND OWC'I. I
Hume. Oregon, November 2, 116 1
N.iil.n le hereby given thai Kdwanl I. olb
on, wniHii' pofll-ornrr itjree I Jleruey,
Dree, in. iII'I.imi lln- full J ol aUlrh. I"l. Die
111 I hla oil lee H woro Htalenienl aitl A pi Heel Ion,
No ii, u. in iiurebaaalhv NWNgiriectlea M,
luw.uhii. tl B , ltane M K. Wlllamelle eterl
illrn.aii'l i In- timber iliereon, under tbe pro
vlalon, ol the art of June I. IK7H, ami ecle
nnifliiiletory, knueii a tbe "Timber and Htoue
Law," at aueli value aa might lie filed by p
pralan.uenl. ami that, puraueril to aupb eppll -cation,
the faint ami iluiher tbereou have been
i, 1. 1 .,-) . 1 1 the. ion of One Mumtreit Duller,,
i he lliuher eallinale, I 111,011 biient feet al tl Ml
pei M, and the laud MODS: that eeld appll
rani will offer final proof In auppnrt
of hla appllrelltin elul eworll etaieineot on the
Mhilayol Kvbruery, lUltt. Inifore the Regleter
ami hecelver, hi Hume, (Iregnn.
Anv peiaon le el l.lierty to pruteet tbtfl pur
eheae before entry, or Inn laie a eouteat at any
lime befuru patent laeiice. by flllu acorrohora
leil alllrla.lt III thle office, aliening facia which
won hi iluleet the enirv
Notice of Final Setlleaaeeit.
Notioa i hereby given that the under
ignoil admlniatrator of tbr aatate of
.laaner liavi,dr'eaaed,haa fllod hi final
iiccotint of hi adminlitration of aaid
estate with the clerk of theCotinty Court
ol tbe Stale uf Orvgon, for Harney
Cotitity , and that aaid court liaa made an
order appointing Monday, December SO,
I0IR, at tbe hour ol ten o'clock A. M.,
at the County Court room in II urn,
Harney County, Oregon, aa the lima
and place for lb hearing of aaid final
account and theaellleuKot thereof, and
all objection that may b filed thereto.
All M'rHoiiM Interested In aaid aetata
ami having objection to aaid final ac
c junior tiny part or item thereof are
hereby noli lied Io preeent aaid objections
and Ilia the same with the clerk of said
court on or before aaid date.
J. P. WlTiiaaa,
Adminiitralor of the oatate
of Jaapar Davie, deceased.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
UNITRI) NT ATRH I.ANO OrriCKl
Hum. Oregon. November 10, 1916. f
Notice le hereby given that Marlaao (ill,
ul laxen, Oregon, who. on May A, ijh.
meil ll.iii,, atea.l, kntiy No. U7A34. for N VV 'U,
-..nun .., lowuanlp M, Mouth, HaugeNS g.
llllaii.vlie Meinllan haa fllait notice of luteu
1 1011 n, make fliial comrautatlon proof loeatati
neb claim to the lend eboyti described, before
Iteglster end Receiver, at Borne, Oregon, oh
the llilb day of December 115.
I'lalreanl ueinee aa wltueeaea
tlaurv K. ftuntley. of Lawen. Oregon, Marry
J. Joceieli. of llarrltnal., Oregon, 'leore Urflt
ing.ol l.axin Oregon, John B. Doogherly ol
v raaaa. Keglster.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
liutna, Dregon, November IS, till)
Notice la hereby glveu that Kai L. Trevle.
of lUruey, oregou, wuo.ou July 1, 1109, mece
llouieilead rntry No. Wtain, forSEt, aeclloo Jh
I'owuahip is H.. Hanee :tj K Vtlllemelte Men
dleti, haa filed notice ot Intention to make fle
et Ave year I'root.tueetalitlab claim to the tend
above deeerlbvd, brfurc the Hegleter end Re
ceiver, at Bum,, Oregon, on the 21et day of
1 leltnaiit nemea aa wltnvisee:
John K 1111, hdwerd I.. ..Ibxin. lailh of
lleriiey, Oregon, gred Deneteot. t berlee K.
vtcl'loelera, IkiIIiuI Hum, Oregon.
Wu. rs, lleglgler.
A Bank of
We consider each depositor in this
bank entitled to receive an individual
service-not in a general way but by
personal attention that denotes the
human touch that "makes all men
kin." This bank is governed by strict
National laws, is modern in equip
ment Conservative but also progres
sive. And it does not forget the
principle of its founders, namely, "give
all a personal service regardless of the
size of the account."
Harney County National Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
Progrea with Safety
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
l MTKII MTATKH LAND OrriCK
Iturti,. Oregon, oetoher 'jo, lylfr
Notice la hereby given that Michael Hacker,
Shabby surfaces detract from the
appearances of your home. Floors,
furniture or woodwork that are
marred, scratched or scuffed give
your home a shabby run-down ap
pearance. Make these varnished sur
faces bright and new with
There's an Acme Quality Varnish
for every purpose; a floor varnish
made to be walked upon; a quick
drying furniture varnish that imparts
a brilliant, durable lustre, and var
nishes for all outdoor and indoor sur
faces in any quantity desired. Which
do you need?
Screen Cloth f orc Doors and Porches
Water bags, nose bags
Ice Cream Freezers
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
tiNirap iTATH 1.AM1 orrn K,
Hurua, Oregon, November it. I111.1
Niitl.e I, hereby given the' Allen I.. Howard,
of HuruH, Oregon, vboou Ntiveiuhui la, IIU,
made Mtutiealee-I Kulry, No ia.41 2, l.u I ,.l :t. 1
and Si,NW,. Hccllull J. Twp, J ., Kellgu S3
K . Wlllalioilte Merlillall, haa filed until
of iiifuiiilnn 10 uieke fluel three year proof, 10
e.litl.liah clelm to the land above dVacrlbed.
beforn Kealaliir and Keeulvr. el lliirna, in.
go'i. on tbe r.tti day of January, 11111
t'lelmaui nainee aa wltheaaca:
Haideu Mrinik., Harvey I, Vanlioni, ilavld
A lliakemau. JefferKon 0. liuto eu. ell of Hav
nrl , Oregon.
Wa. Kas, Iteglator
llou to make final ftve-year proof, to eelabllah
i-lelm to the land above deecrlbed, before Keg
later and lteeelver, t Burnt, Oregou, on ihe
fib day uf November, 1,1.,.
t'lalinaut limn a a, witnesses
1.11a Hlebl, Hurt Honiiliig, Nlrholsa Olater.
Michael llackor, allot Vollagv, Oregon
Wa. Fa, Register
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
UNITKU MTATBS LAND orriCK. I
hiirn. Oregon, December 2. If 1ft I
Notice Is hereby given that lllnnrh C. Busch,
uf Bums, oregun, wtio. 011 April s. IwM, made
II "in e, tea, I Kotry. No. 07JJ7, lor bt'4
Heotlou .1, Townsalp '14 Hontli, Kenge
MU K., Vtillaniett Meridian, haa filed nolle
of fuletition to make dual euinmulallon proof
in eataniiah claim 10 the lanu uove ae
e-rit-eil, before Regtatureud Receiver,! Burna,
oregun, un thefltb day ut January, 1UU,
rial ui ant uameeaa wllnsssas:
leorse K. tluodinan. otU) J Neuue, Clirbj
Ber. liny K Hbaver, all ol Burnt. Oregen.
Wa. rAs. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
liurna. Oregon, Novemlie, a, Ivl.v (
Nolle, la hereby given thai Clinton r. Borrow
dale, ol Usckley, o.vhoii.wIoi, on April 17, IVl'J,
made linuo-lend eutry. No. 0ftv77, lot
NU, Hcet ion j.i. Township ,14 a , Range .
K , Willalnelle Meridian, haa tiled notice 01
Intention In uii-iktt final llneo vear Proof, to
eatahll.li claim to ttte land above deecrlbed
hefetei: K. 1 uiiu.li 11 s t'tunmlaaluuer, el
Ilia nftiee, At Iteekley, Oregon, oil the Mh del
of I'ccelilh.-r, llll.'i
Claliuaui uainea a wltm v,
w 11. Wilkinson, Roy A Johnson, frank
Rudlala, A. R. Juhuaop, all ul BurdUgu, Or
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE
NEW STORE IN TOWN?
We will absolutely meet and beat mall order
prices. Kindly print In your list
and get onr prices
Specials for Coming Week
Young aprtng turkeys, 19c. per lb.
Sugar, 1) pound, $1,00
Freh Chrietmas and New Yeer cookie, ISc. lb.
Manchurtea Valnjit. 20c. lb.
Winter applet, $1.50 per box
Potatooet, $2 25 per hundred
Onion, yellow or white $2,50 per hundred
REMEMBER we take anything of value In trade
Why not bring In your grain and
other products and trade at home
Farmers' & Homesteaders' General Exchance Store
Phone No. S84
One block east of Hampshire's, Oarage
Paints and Oils
Implements of all kinds
In steck: Seeders, Plows,
Disc and Drag Harrows.
Binder Twine Barbed Wire
Nails, Doors, Windows, Roof
ing, Building Paper
Fishing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition
NEW DISHES, GRANITEWARE
I BURNS HARDWARE CO.
I NEIL SMITH, Manager I
For iU wonderful accuracy, it af ety and con
venience, and it etfectivene for email game
and target shooting, you should buy
from Thill., puanle. end
re sheila awajf Iq Ih aide-
gsees. Tsa MBaiaaSla alkWw.
sua teg isabae, sauleisli. fcssran. araars. etc
JSjarWa 31 repeal.r. alaq aaa4s ! Us selswsi eat
.as ouieai ,
Model 2a aa tUustralsJ. 24-
inch oclagoa aarral, II uc
Modal 29. 23-lnch
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