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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1890)
—Harney races will begin Sept.
—Burns.—This little city is on a
—County Court convene» next
J. DURKHEIMER <& CO.,
2d and continue five days.
Monday, August 4th.
boom since the election, and every
—Received at the Hardware
IIÁS LAIIUEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
—Mr. L. Harlow moved his house
()—DEALERS IN —()
N. Brown will go to Portland
Store of Cal. Geer, a supply of doors
NEWSi-APEH IN THIS COUNTY.’
IBS I. and O ffk
»«>, Ju- e la. imi
soon to lav in his fall and winter
EN that »he folluw-
—As near as can be determined . _Ro'ert Baker of Silver Creek, p,"( k "f
i< e of his inten- i
II P’ Tt of his**laiin,
Official County Paper. there is a population of about
h a- e before ihe
a call-^..«1,;«. leaving at o our best i ili:, ns - P it d
H. 1 and offit e, at
sn Burns precinct.
gpecimMW of wht.al and World.
Carry the Largest S.ock iu Ea. tern Oregon. Z1 orders have our prompt atttn.¡on.
—We had the pleasu-c of shak- |,ar|PVi raised on hi» ranch, which
lof HW A, Ser 12.
House and Lot for Sale.
F. W. M. II«
ing hands with Bnrt Cronin who cannot be beaten in Oregon for qual
•s< 8 to prove .his
|nu . u> i\ a i >n ».f,
house and lot. situated |
T. Whi w. r h. T.
Portland Boot and Shoe Store
j ., h . «11 of Bun a.
and the g ain plump He has 25 iu the town of Burns, can be pur-!
> gtun . Regis er.
WEDNESDAY. JULY !A ISSI.
LUNABURG A FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
—Ed. Staufft-r paid Burns a visit1 acres of wheat, and of barley 40
well built and furnished inside, con-1
this week. He reports millions of acreri.
; —Chas. W. Jones was in town on
t lining 4 rooms and one store a $*5,OOO stock of Boot, and Shota, of lhe aery beet que'lty, Juet received
crickets on Crane creek, but doing
— Ren Brown of Burns, Harney room. Lot 50x160 feet. Warran-1
regon Junei.3,1MM\ I the 28th.
county, who has been in the city tee deed will be given. Apply at
—Smith <t Young will have 650
b> i e of hls i.itei'- ¡1
in supp«iri uf h e
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
—Sworts it Miller, of Anderson for about a year left for home to day. H erald office.
ilit i>e made befere
’ tons of hny this year.
S , i an<l'<*rti< e, ui
valley, are in Burns this week.
, 1S91, vix:
£9** Also, Custom work and Repairing neatly done.
—Ike Baer came in from Baker They report vast quantit-es of hav him to the kind citizens of the new-
■ Eqr N’l-i of SEqr r
8. K, 34 k. w. M
capital of Harney, and trust he will
in their section, but few la bon rs.
IC88 -8 tu pr >ve 11 iR I
Notice is hereby given that Agnes I
HARNEY ADVERTISE ME N TS.
ktiu < u.ti*a i.»t» «4,
—Thos. Stephens returned from
Irphv, rh s. D» h I-
—Charles Johns, attorney of the sbe as welcome a v’nitor to the news (h-arhart. my wife,did, in Septeni-
t>\ r<l. all vf i ur s,
Baker City, on the 28th,
INGTüM, Re.is er.
firm of Hyde, Olmstead it Johns of paper offices there a» he has been • er, 1889, leave my l ed and board,
to the Worlds sanctum.—Foreland
and I will not T.e responsible for
—The daily edition of the Baker Baker City, is visiting Burns this
any debts contracted by her what
City Blade has been discontinued.
I ra B oyce , Proprietor, Harney City, Or.
reg.in. June 2318t>0.
—The Register and Receiver of ever, from this date.
¡EN that tn»-* follow-
—Lee Ca.dwell and family, Mrs.
—At the Candv Store of Mrs.
e «»f his luten-
the land office at Burns have re
Dated at Burns, Oregon, July 16
■uppuH of h » * laini Vaughn you will find fresh figs, Sta Stenger and family and Mrs Jame
MW-îlay and Grain constantly on hand«. Give me a call when at Ilarncy.
5 maie lien re the
ceived instructions from the Hon. A. D. 1890.
W. H. G earhart .
[H. !.a i •
a« tionary and fire works.
a MM. \ s
grant Creek Sunday the 27th, to Commis.-ioner of the General Land
— Harvest is in full blast, Harney
Se<-. 10 Tp. 24 S K
Office, dated July 11, 1890, that
rusticate and fish for a few davs
valley has an enormous crop of hay
üb de 'e ip »o /•
1; <•. i>. Rusk. Puter
—C. B. Raker has the contract tlers who have .received filings on day of May, A. D., 1890.1 bought
d TI u b . G. L> u < b u. and a very fair crop of grain.
for carrying the mail between
—H erald is only $2.50 a year; Burns and Vale. This contract lands in “List 5?’ the ‘•'Red S.” ofJ.T. Ivy, his interest in a band of
now is the time to subscribe to a calls for a daily mail.—Prineville To determine the character of the sheep, which were Teased by I vi
live local newspaper.
land if its natural state. The let and Vestal. I also agree to settle- OREGON 1 IDAHO WAREHOUSE CO
tes hand Office,I
also stated that 58,000 acres, of all indebtedness contiacted in the
ion July 11,1MU0.1
?EN that the follow- bert, is again in town, and, we are of the mail route mentioned, that the land, are of doubtful character name of Ivy & Vesta), and to col
Carri».« a full lint of
| noth e of his inten-
and a contest will have to be in»ti* lect all bills due the firm.
in support of hi« sorry
Will te made before
LT. 8. Land office, rheumatism.
A lbfrt V estal .
daijv mail we like to get our- tiiail tiited-in Order to.det»raikie whether
it 21st. 1890, viz:
it is swamp within the meaning -.of
- BARB WIRB,
—Ralph Geer has completed his at Burns oftener than once every
Section 10 Tp. 24
Farm fbr Sale.
BACON AND HAMS,
[ names the following Tin-shop and is now ready to do
le car lets.
The farm belonging to Mrs. S.
4’ ' "
kid land, viz: N. R. all repairing in that line.
—Adolph Tupker looks happy
irt Terrell and Wil-
Haskell, one mile east of Burns,
- . ..
—Crawford Gilliam, once a resi and contented, and why shouldn’t
I have in my hands All unsettled
Alm. agent for the
dent of Harney valley, who left he? He gets his Bhare of custom,
ranch, having on it a good house
notes and accounts die Geo. i and barn, and excellent well of wa
J Uli LUUlt Bl i U I Ut di
ter, died in Oklahoma, a few days and treats his customers with McGowan in this county, and am ter; one of the best gardens in tho
And keap abv<< a a targ« S ock on htr.òa.
I all peraona whom
his authorized agent to collect and county, besides the whole 160 acres
[lYderiigned h«8 filed »go-
is splendid meadow land. Parties
es ate of Henry W.
County Court ’of the
—R. J. Ivers, from the Red-S. • —Mrs. Amy Byrd ackowledges ing themselves indebted to him desiring to purchase, call on Mrs.
hntv of Harnev, anti
s»f AUTUBt, A D. 1M90.
the receipt of a nice present of veg
Haskell for terms and purchase
Prices Low st in Eastern órgóü-
day has been Bet bv country, called on T he H erald .
will please settle immediately and price,
of the same and lhe
etables sent by Mrs. Robert McKin
ill objections, if any,
save cost, for if not paid in one
The Oregon and Tdaho Forwarding Company have just completed a targe stene and
dance in that section of the coun non. The potatoes were the finest month from this date July 9th, all
J ohn W. J omes
iron fire-proof warehouse at Huntingdon, and will be prepared to receive confeigmueuU
j of Henry W. Jones,
try, aid grain and vegetables we have seen this season.
freight bv the fir-t dav of April
unpaid bills, notes and accounts
¿®T"The Company is prepared to wake liberal advances on consignments of wocl.
—Dr. Boyd was once the recip will be put into the hands of an On the afternoon of July 12,-on the
road leading from Burns to the Fry
—S. W. McMurphy returned ient of a serenade, music selected officer for collection.
field, a lady’s red plush portemon-
State of Oregon, for from California a few days ago.
He for the occasion, “ring dem bells.”
J ohn E. M artin .
Residents in the Twentv-seventh DR. H. M, HORTON
containing a gold watch and
That serenade has a moral.
ward, Chicago, had an experience
te uf Ruyal Glenn, informs us he had a very pleasant
some other small articles.
trip; but some bad luek, two of his
—Dr. Ashford <t Boyd are cer
ti*: i»i to Rtf.
The party finding the above men with a mad dog on the evening of DENTIST,............... B urns O reoo ’ n .
Program of Bums Races.
ie 27th dav of June, horses getting crippled while on tainly meeting with success in their
portemounaie, and leaving it July 21st. Early in the evening a Office M resldonce, in thè Jvbn Robinson
named court, the un
profession here, not having lost a
to of A<l<ni iWraiioii the road.
The following is the program for I at T he H erald office in Burns, large bulldog came tearing down building, ru < ì is prepare t tu a tenJ tu thè
pratile e of tieni .s.ry iu all Iti branche!.
la nu-.v lhe <iulv ap-
They cured two the Burns races commencing Aug- will be liberally rewarded.
M-ii'tjr Ad'iiiuis ra «.r
the road from the Niles, snapping at
—Clara Stenger gave us a call patient yet.
refore. httving < lain s
B. Reed attacked g s 27th.
went the name. <iul> this evening, the first since she re children of E.
everything he met. He crossed lhe
id. to the uu<iersi«ned
with cerebro-spinal meningitin a
. Pit inond rant h. in turned from school.
First day: Six hundred yard N< tic® of Iiiftsclutit u of Partnership. river and ran down Main street to J. W. ASIIPORD,
Oregon or ai the uf-
[g. one of ihv a'torne 8
—A. Dunn had a runaway this'
Notice is hereby given that the co
n of Turtles ,sixid coun
non hs front the date evening, his horses ran off with the proves fatal.
Second day :»One-half tnile.dssh. partnership existing under the name was not learned, endeavored to
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
fcly. A. 1).. 1W90.
«-agon. No damage except one
firm name of J. Durkheimer X- Co., intercept him The huge beast fas- J B urns ...................................O regon
—Mr. Mark Emhree has charge free for-all, $150. ; .,
.. PEI Ett FRENCH.
wrist slightly sprained.
Third day: Onq-hilf mile nr.d has this day been dissolved by mu tened his jaws on the man’s arm
of T. J. Morrison's ran ch, during bis
Office in W. E. Grace’s Drugstore.
—The grain on the ’anchi of G. absence on a visit to his pArents repeat, free for alL $150,
tual consent. Isaac Baer retiring. and multilated it to such an extent j
Maupin, G. Stanclift. L. Harkey, N. and friends. We noticed—a few
Fourth day: Three-fourth mile
that amputation will probably be
J. D urkhei - jeh A C o .,
Brown and Thos. Whiting, all situ days ago—when passing his ranch, dash, free for all, $150.
necessary. He then ran on down Stoddart and Co.,
I saac B aer .
Fifth day: Three-fourth mile
thatsixtv davg from ated near Burns, is looking fine.
All those knowing themselves in the street, bitting a dozen or more !
the grain partly harvested and
1 uiuawlul for 8 \ ine to
dash, for tjiree year old oolts, $150. debted to J. Duikbeimer <t Co., will dogs in the neighborhood.
|ity ut 1» fur the fiisi
—Dr H. M. Horton, our promi ftould judge his crop to be good.
[and every subsequent
Irvin Park he sprang upon two! ' pension
from lhe owner uf the nent dentist, is now permanently
boys who were playing in the road i
—Lunaburg & Fry received, last mile, $.'0 a quarter. Free for all.
the name of the Ma e
J. D urkheimer A Co.
let* of the Pea< e of the located in Burns, all wishing work
Or.e of them, a son, of Mr. Klehm.j
Burns, July 1, 189G.
week, another supply of boots and
1 owner or keeper or
Ide, and such penalty
done in his line of business, will do shoes, of tne very finest quality,
pf, and when t oile' ed
cheat and was taken to the hospital I C15 7th St., Washington, D. C.
¡eho.il Euntiuf the< oun-
Iu Justice Court.
well by giving him a call. Office and made of the beat material, since
fs brvUghr, within 6 x-
The other, a son of Mr. Gayer was 1
Uu ie proved u> be ai at his residence.
Notice to the taxpayers of School
the opening of their Boot and Shoe
Justice court, of Burns precinct. bitten in the right side.
Opposite U. S. Patent Offioe.
,Jub , A. D. 1H90.
—The old Robinson and Dodson Store, the firm has been liberally Distrist No. t,-county of-Harney. July 28, 1890, criminal information
W. E. G race ,
By this time quite a party of ci- i
Clerk, Harney County.
State of Oregon vs. G. W. Scott tizens were in persuitof themad bog. i All person having Claims for
Saloon, was opened on the 7th, by patronized. Why? because their State-of Oregon. ■
Youare hereby notified that the Scott held, under $250 bonds, to He was followed out into an open j Pension Increase of Pension, ot of
Henry Long. The proprietor asks stock is of th« best brands and their
field, where he turned on his pur- any nature whatever against the
tax levied on the 3d day of March, apoear before grand jury.
for a share of the public patronage; prices reasonable.
suers. One of the party shot and 1 Gouernment, should writo tons for
d Order of Sale.
Justice court, of Burns precinct,
ie presen.s hat pursu- his saloon is first class in every re
Proposed new law»
—We take pleasure in noting the No. 1, county of Harney, State of July 25, 1890. T. A. Crump vs. L. wounded him, and then a man arm-; information.
jT uh evur; uf the oia «
."cvuuty, njR'.c and eii- spect. his Liquors are of the best
ed with an ice pick struck hi-n a affecting. Soldiers rights fully ex
r, lvju. in a aui , h bere
change for the better in the case of Oregon, is now due and paya.Jc at B. Springer. Jury trial; verdict blow on the neck. The dog fastend plained. Advice free.
it iff, and E. U. Weaver, brands, and by strict attention to
Wa eis and A
Mrs. Maggie Levens who for sever Burns, Oregon, office of N. Brown, i t favor of defendant.
his teeth in the handle of the pick
1m ,.f |4_.\k0 and IÜ per buisness, and gentlemanly courtesv
Jerts- thereon from the
wa» prodded to death with a NO FEE UNLESS CLAIM IS AL
al months has been in ill health. and that the said tax will be
Justice court, of burns precinct,
Tur .be iorechsure uf a Henry hopes to receive his share of
before he would release!
vf «.a e the . ni da uf
deemed delinquent unless paid July 26, 1890,T. A. Ciutnp vs. J.
tie b) Brtiu defendant to CUStOlIl.
friends are rejoicing nt the change within GO days from the date of E. Dees Jury trial; jury disagree,
rued tberiMÍicr iu Blai..-
to have been in the path of the en
ke< . z.. Tp
K ò. t.
—The Hardware Store of Cal. for the better, and hope it may la* this notice.
C has . N ew X i L,
iitv, Oregon, anti uir»‘i t-
Same trial. July 29th. Jury ver raged animal, were shot the follow
sa.isfy »al>l uecree
I Geer, is giving genera) satisfaction. permanent.
District Clei k.
ing mon ing.—Bedrock Democrat.,
dict in fa »or of defendant.
1'. N>:*"0t“«*!**“-p°i! I
»’eer endeavors to keep cvery-
Li the righ
—W W. Cardwell, while assist
« , ti'.e,
u:er-1 thing in the hardware line wanted
the sal i E. i>. '
The Az'ec 'Pressure-House, by THE cry of mill :.. XST
ing his wife in living down carpet,
vii .he bh I4 - rt < _
'to he bights bi \?
a: 1 |’n *tii» country, and has made im-
OH. 7WY BKCK1
L»-..««» te ■
* «» I I... I
Strayed from the range on Bea i TI i >s. A. Janvicr. hu, just, been ia-
i'2,"<.. r. h ui
Tr/i e .4 < »re- ! niensc sales of all kinds of niachin- slipped a knuckle of his knee joint,
rroe it now .
eniitigal ^ v’clutk p m,
'• erv. He makes it a point to accom which has since given him some ver creek, six head of horses; one
m her, 1«MM.
•OON IT Wilt ■» TOO LATt.
fju.y, 13.» J.
iron gray m ire, 4 years old, .¡ rand
| iuod,.te his customers, consequently
A. A. CO IPO,
I h»«« been troubled manv eeara wl.h
disease uf the kidneys and have tried
e-d PC on »houlder anei |iip, also, on t.iin» several striking illustratiori»
H.rne. ...uur«»uu ; p,. ¡s Joingj a thriving business.
many different letntdies and hare
—Teter Stenger, on the 2flth. h-'d
*>ught aid frum different physiciani
JO OU left shoulder; one white
»runout relief About the ijtn of April
“ ——— — t ,. x Silmaii’s Saloon is still the the end of the front fineer on the
1 was Bufferin'? f-on» a very violent
mure, 10 year, old/ i randi d the ii ginn.
attack that almost prostrated me io
►ter tlir. iiL’bout (he favorite resort in Ptiriis, and Tex left hand, cut open tn the bone »o
■ucii a manner t ...t 1 was bent »ver
W.i'n T sat down it was alm j M impossible tor me
rto. d at 104 ” July k <-ps up his reputation of one of stop a felon. Dr Ashford prrform- ».line; tuo Lay imitys UaudoU JU
Upon a writ of tumidai. ius issued t»
ret i p alone, or to put on mydothea, wnen
kin I Frov»<knce sent Dr
Henley, with tb<
which pr.-vaib d al] the most popular saloon keepers of : ing the operation.
Ti» wvfM» «or, ■ f Suoi., , rseiil UtllUa»
KII’XKY TEA, to my
B TH.du CS 8 11 t 19 d-AClu« ;*• <jf L« Im.urtULt
norse colts, imuled JiJ mi of. I b > Judge Ciitfurd the count, rec O^EGO.4
the di .triictioi^of the age. When in town if you de
I immed.ateiy commenced
u.>; -T9 I twjm »r for Ibi Mrs! t tm ia t •
ord» ot tiiirm -. county were rmiov- using the tea. It had an almost
*■? * TL**$'-’• br >■ -nseW. •nUM 4 "la Dt.kato
A ri -a.
1» » n t !>• d
I by sny o the to>
I acres of e rn. A sire a nice ci ol lemonade at T< xs’
eel uu the lit. from liamey City <0 m: Gcu! mt» ebect, and to th« ast'm-
** ',,**-,ey lo
wb ¡ngoff .- <1 b * "f«:.-
ishmcDt ol nil the gueHs at the hotel,
« U and s i b» «j * T o au oi » b of ihwM I um
|ve oi 1. i he corn in Suloon is the place to get it, or any are making hav: Mr«. Tavlor ia that 1 may le aide to ti .d ihviu. o > i.uru«; so Burns will • e the e ui.t
rwt .but. d a lin .
in a t w days.I am happy U» state,
! rnnnine the lintel, and w>- should any oi.e bri: giirg ttiom to me it
ïh ■’il s no«| »eut on r >, «tt ’ils lUt.-tnen; b«h<
that 1 was a new man
ds all other b< ing first class drir.k you wish.
in»r* T nir L' lar. V > fuaraut«« il, and
'judge sncce«afiill_v. from tho amount my ranch on lfeaver uFe-ek. Ur<»,k
<- I r ' r-’ • ' -’lia a on a -»pli -»Go I.
Dy i d The f. fmers
gal Contest ‘li.clen otl.el M ibl-. \V . as 1 »—ve been.
—We made 8. Lampshire a visit,’
O. A. TirpFFM.
dent, but much of last wei k. it was a real pleasure to ’ of bnngrv folk.’ we see cning into county, or any written coniniiluica ■t-ile-vi* ti.e i.-.nU oUiCe toon fairly
p fut ot
¡the hotel when the bell ring«.
Proprietor Occidental II a A c !,
las not l>een sold, see the rye gcass on his meadow us
bMnui K--MB. Cai
» ii i Lt mu. t_. Seat v.emry ui.ei
A nd th i». t’>w et-Twilni acmit tirlH a oa. tiSoata
ot *j. ffro.uiu
it I e without fuel
—Tn paasintr the ranches, nf A J
high as a horses hack, and wheat
Paulina, Crook comity, Ore,,« ., ' l¡1»l II Ml.i remain ti.e p 1 u.alie nt
ic.ipiiuloi Harney eouiity.—1'ilue-
that will make at least 20 bushels Wilson. J C. Woojev. A Hein’-ree. will ue literally r< warded.
172 TOST STREET,
to the acre; oats that will make, we Peter Clemen». J S. Powen and
J oseph I elore .
C an 1 an isco.
think, mure than 50 bushels per
Central Agents for ths Paclflo Coast
With the next issue of Harper’s
acre; garden limking fine, and fruit road, we noticed the grain crop« on
is i.geut for Har-
Gods blessing to ’lumanlty— So Weekly will ie puidi.lied a Unique
trees growing nicely, although the those ranches looking well, and
n. v and Gra-.t counties for thia cel-
e-lglitpage > Upple-luelit,
appearance of tl.e fruit trees, »how
e’ rated book.
vi. «• ui LciiUuti in 16.Ii una in
j not small for Harney valley.
plainly very rough treatment.
| 1 ois J. Old unel Lew London are
Forest Crove. Or., March 19—I pteic. d side ny ».de, and thechaiig.»
«r you wigh a cooo nrvoLViw
—George Stanclift arrived in
—Lee Caldwell, proprietor of the
j luive used the Dr-gon Kidney Tea widen liaVe taken piaee ill tlie ciiv
.;r- 8 Ml Til & WE880IJ8
R d Front Suluoii. gave his well of
and <>l tci.ied il’iiiu di.ite r. lief. It din'ing tne last tinee centurie« nre
a li ■ t/ct
water, a general clvanilig up this
I is God’» I b asing to lium inity. I gi.iptiii'aliy pr- senteel tel llie ey e.
DO NOT CRIPt, ílCXtN CJ
, I. plucky girl, has n.c k "that is, ’ uip|K d all the watc r for our hardware merchant. Cal. take piea-mri-in recemine ding it to 1 )«■ same i . u . ih er ot the kti-emy
cxpsita. in «
U B td U-I 4L
Teen driving» -Inge tnwo the well teg< tber »itbthelnod 'Gier. Two Indies accompmie I
k III emit..In all ultiele by HehEy
act io®. B-.iui/ Lam
Se«r Cw« re« S-e. tt'»«re>-«, double
rv-iH-D au i Taj,uk mudwiB.
Brid B't ¡IBM-. M »ri-M tf .*’• «A
al.d Park K..p.<la, and frogs, the latter having nettled Mr. S . Mi»«e» Seward and Mheito:!. 1 the afflicted. I ani now nearly nine liiii.an entitled li e l.ast ol tile
ve Cciotip- i»n.
■ threeiri|x* a Me, k. tn the • ottom. and he now lias fresh Miss Shelton met with an accident.
llullam, reh.tl.ig smile- l.dereitll g
t r wov’. iuuK < praUktor«. lux. .. djfrr
• g ì'i.iffi't .» «- M io4.
ty A>'d nrcaracy. IX»
h» »w*»r »dpivM •• •«. t »I* ••• w
in the employ of the Hudno.i’» Bay l.u-i- in t»e ii.-.ore <d lhe Annrieuii
»< r, ruin or »blut, nice, clear, pure water, as wi ll as
a -c tx 4«* <
i>y «h* »•t<<Ur<w4«i nUmtob«»
* a rw »»Tteloi
artte’a T.«£B «®®r*
rwr tos Hili» pM
r». • •»rr'r.«»’Al
Wien lhe r< ads «re the cat ol i.iqi:ii.-t>, «¡so, Mineral <-n the 2.1th ii st.. - while going oVi r Compnny, and since I began ur ing te'.ii a U gin. g.n: ..ec. u.*t ol it»
I, t»i« ard dahtfwr* lb . T*»« K«rrn to W bb » ■ K >
•h-r» . >-«,
•rfkD'l <• ••• r-iM
» e*' -• ••
»• Tr»««4»r« »«d B«»D-e«
V Ltto B B*® B .i®»i*’l RVw. t I’ « 1 ofT' ' wfti» flint ‘9
ui.r i.oi m s In in tlie water wli.it. i- very healthy ui.d a ei nic very rm ky roi.d. ehe io»t In r the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good extii.etiu.1. .1 ue article will be ac- • »4 !»««•
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IN DARKEST AFRICA
A. L. B.Y13R0FT 4 CO.