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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1915)
Judge V. M. CnlklnB and Court
Stenographer Roy Davis relumed
Monday evening from Gold Heuch
whoro Judge Calkins presided in the
trial of fho fishermen accused of vio
lating un Injunction and Illegal fish
ing. For ono week, your choice of any
Hummer hat in the storo for $1.00.
SU,.nunBbuj' rullllnory, M. M. de
partment store 138
James St. Hnzolwood of Kvnns val
loy died last wook nt his homo. Ho
had been ill for many weeks.
rtundelott's millinery stock is be
ing moved to Moo & Co.'s storo whore
will bo displayed early fnll stylos.
S!ls,i Doth Stowart will bo with lh
fA now sohdol house Is heing con
structed nt Iljrbou Springs neat Itoguo
Vulcan film, quick as lightning.
Sold nt Swoin's. HO
David lillger. wife and daughter of
T.owlston, Mont., brother of Sirs. 14.
1'. Chandlor of Itoguo Ulver, spent
n few dnya visiting iti the valley last
week. Mr. IIHger Is president of thO
Mtfntnnn fair commission nnd tho
party weio on their way home from
Boo Davo Wood nbout that flro In
surance, policy. Offlco Mall Trlbuno
Dynnmitors nro reported to have
been busy tho latter part of last week
ill tho upper Ilogue and dead fish
mark their trail.
Screen doors Med ford hmhr. Co.
Mrs. Ii. M. Kpss and two children
of t.ewlston, Idaho, who havo been
vlrttod hor parents Sir. nnd Mrs. I).
W. Stono of tho Wlllnw Springs dis
trict for sevornl weeks, hos returned
to her homo.
Looso loaf kodak nlbums, cloth
nnd lonthor covers nt Sworn'. M0
,I)rs. 8. A. nndMyrtlo 8. I.ockwood
rtnva rlurnod from n ton days' visit to
tho exposition nt Son KruHclsro.
Prlclla Initial outfits for stamp
ing, 28c. Handicraft Shop.
llonjnmlu SI. Collins of Jnckson
vlllo spent Slonilny In Sledford at
tending to IiuuIiicks mntlors. Sir. Col
llno Is still Buffering from Iho Injury
to his oyo received dining tho Fourth
of July celebration nt Palmer Cicok.
Volvet Ii cream at Do Voe's.
(1. F. Cuthbort and wlfo nnd two
sons, former residents of this city,
passed through (IrnntB Pass Monday
on'roiito to their homo In Bouttlo
after an auto tour of tho coast via
Crescent City. Sir. Cuthbort was for
inorly n business mnn of his city.
niorolntes. SO centn Iti Do Voo'n.
George W. Colvlg nnd wlfo of
Grants Pnss, I V. Chnusso nnd wlfo,
and County Tronsuror Fred Colvlg
hnd wlfo; havo returned from n trip lo
Crnlor Lake, On the trip they wero
caught iu n storm un it mountain top
nnd Ulllod n buok.
For flour or feed phono Stedford
Roller Mills. I'hono R07.
Sam lllchardfon and John II. Coch
ran will leuvo shortly on n deer hunt
ing trip to tho Fish l.nko district.
When that nuto whcol crncks and
pops It needs fixing. Wo mnko ns
solid ns now. at a small oxponso. Hil
lings Carrlogo nnd Auto Works.
Judgo W. SI. Colvlg. tax attorney
for tho Southorn raclfle, spent Tues
day In Sledford.
Weston Cnmorn Shop tor first class
Kodak finishing nnd Kodak supplies.
Pooplo living along tho Pacific
HlKlfway, complain to (ho county nil
IhorljKwthal speeding has naln
Whon you neod nny blotter cnll
at tho It. lit MeCurdy Agoney, or tele
phono Oiiu-lwo-three, nnd wo will
send you Joint). tf
A fylnhul ! wagon collided
with a Ford drlvoii by C. I Haxtor of
CnWornln. n tourist, t the corner
of Mnln nvonue mid Front street Mon
day afternoon. Tho driver of the If
wagon was standing on tho Imck
step when tho accident ooeurrod. nnd
did lint sea tho auto. Uaxler seeing
that lin ofcidil tmt mis a olllslon,
aUorrtl Uie ear so ss to hit the wagon
Instead of the horses.
Lognnherry sherbet. Tho Shasta.
Tnko your watch to Johnson, tho
Jeweler, you will reeelvo unusuully
Raymond flrnjr of Grants l'sis
IMiit' Slonduy In Medtord lltlnsr
frteaile and rolatlves.
Fresh roaaied peanuts at De Voo'a.
8. 8. HuyU auetit Tuewlejr morning
In JsoksoavtUe attending to business
I take prltle In uiaklUK our watch
ktvqp perfeat Uihb. I bnve, ovary fa
cility for doing fine wiitah repairing.
Johnson tho Jeweler.
"Topsy" Hie leader of the elk herd
at lldllt wd perk on the remd U
Jacksonville, ilM Mfladsv afterauen
of throat trouble produrH ly eating
foKtall. Her kuwr sttcmpteit lo put
it row arodnd, too til"' neck, so M
lo administer trootateot nnd the. oik
choked to death Ml tkc opera t ton.
Do Voe can lei tk bw line of
flvo cent duars In tbe olty
Wilbur f v i rf Aab,foi return
Slondav etomng tragi .i 1 Mrt kMl
uess trip to lorttaiul.
Farley JohnBon, Sr has returned
from a two weeks' vacation trip to
When better Insurance Is sold
Holmes Tho Insurance Slan will sell
Thomas Potter or Watklrts opent
Slondny In Sledford nltcndlng to bus
Quick servlco for your Kodak fin
ishing. Sco Weston's Camera Shop.
SI re. Godrgo II u fit who has Uecn
seriously 111 Is so far Improved ns to
bo able to ho up and around.
Wnntcd. Wo havo Inqullros to
rent poultry ranches. Flvo and 10
ncro trnctrt with Improvements, what
havo you to offer. Stedford Poultry
& Kgg Co. 1-18
Chariot) Otter of Gdld Hill spent
Monday In tills city and Jacksonville
attending to business matters.
Johnsbn, at tho Hook Store, an
expert watch ropalrer.
Ooorgo Nolghbors of Yroka, Cal , Ib
spending n fow days In tho city at
tending to business matters.
Classes nt St. - Slary's Academy,
Sfrdford, Orogoti, will reopen Septem
ber 7th. Uoth boardors nnd dny
pupils nro received. Full high school
course Individual nttentlon in pri
mary nnd grniumar grades. Hxcep
tlonal advantages In nrt, iiiubIc, china
painting and modern languages. Ux
collont commercial course. For par
ticulars, address Sister Superior.
Fred Williams of Grants Pass spent
Mondny In Slodford nttondlng to bus
Merchants' Lunch, 215c. Tho Shasta.
Gcorgo Overton of Debcngor Gap
Is spending tho day In tho city nt
tondlng to buslnoss matters.
J. O. Corking, the best all around
photographer in southorn Oregon.
Always rollablo. Negatives in nil 6 any
whom, tlmo or plnco. Studio 22S
Mnlr, Bt Phono J120-J
Paul Robinson of tho forestry sor
vlce loft UiIh morning for Ilutte Fnlls
with n forco of mon to ojigngo In
fighting forost flros In that soctlon.
Out your butter, eggs, cream, milk
-Inn butter milk nt Do Voo'a
Roy Whitman of Roddlng, Cnl., Is
spondlng u few days In the city this
woek attending to buslnesfi matters.
Hnvo you tried ono of those Co
milk shakes nt DoVoo's?
8. O. Pentlnnd of Rosohurg spent
.Monday In Sledford uttondlng to
business mnttors. .
Jnckson County fair premium lists
can bo had nt any of tho "'slorcs,
bunks, hotels or nt tho Commercial
club. Oct ono today, mnko nn ex
hibit nnd pull down tho prizes.
Tlnrplnrn onlnred tho 1'nco thontOr
Sunday night, and rlflod tho ticket
offlco nnd Dr. Page's prlvato offlro
In nn effort to securo loot. Kntrnnco
was effected through tho back door.
Tho tool chest of tho theater was
forced open nnd n chisel tnken out.
The burglars cut holes In tho doom
so ns to roach In and spring tho locks.
The nrowloiH nlso chiseled Into an
empty room on I he second floor.
Tho It. II. SIcCurdy ngonoy has
nald out during tho laat year In Jack-
ion county over $2B,000 In flro losses
and ovory claim wns sotllod 100 coins
on the dollar, and without n single
Tho police havo tho names of sev
eral cutups who persist In toaslng
William Rattle, Iho colored porter
who Sunday night look n coupln of
shots at two practical Jokers, whom
ho believed Intended to rob him.
Classes at St. Slary's Academy,
Slodford, Oregon, will roopon Sep
tember 7lh. Roth boardorH and day
pupils nro nro recloved. Full high
sehoul course. Individual attention
in primary and Bruiumar grades. H
coptlonnl advantages In nrt, music,
china painting and modem language.
KxoeJInnt commercial course. For
particulars, address Sister Ruparlor.
There has been a decided moder
ation In the temperature the last two
days, the highest temperature Mon
day being $x degrovM. At noon todny
the miw'im registered SR degree.
Udlee desiring a high sobool girl
to board or to work for hor board,
notify the Woman's College club,
through Sire. Jm. Campbell, Modrnrd,
Imn 113. 18T
A dispatch from 8mi Diego roclv
wl by I.uuls Iteunetl. states that hie
fnther. 8ni L. Rennctt, wm strleken
with pgralyels Monday end tall con
dition Is serious.
.lull u lHintlng has returned from a
tilp to northern towns
Attorney W H. Phli'ps rently r
turniNl from u busmeH trip to Port
.ludgf K. M I'ulkiM". ieturnil Mom
(U from !'" foauty. lM-re lw
HhmI llu- tet eN l the Kno
Hei Mieiv right. iuwiIwnk the
righu or Ike ceiinei v of the MecU'us
c.tnle and the inUfeJenl fUhennen
The ebjtrge e viJtM o4 tke in
uiueiion t tho .. t, ivhtruinuig H
iitttM fioo inleiteiiug wk t)f
fehier, employee) by H ilnehwy
emtry. Tke two HM iriet) wre
fwi4 guilty Mei riuMi and eon.
Tksy will wl t
mmn t Ok 4to fwr t Km4
. ., ,.,,,.. wvnnsr 'rnDAY. AFOX'ST 01,1015 -
l A M ' 'K U . .)! I'Jl ;iM ll'l f JIIJ I-M - "-' - "JL-
""Hypocrites7, at the star theater tOnighjand iwedhesd ay
HOOPER CALLS ON
The followiinj Klorv fnuii lliu I'u-
jji'nc Kiwler ih Hie firbt inkling (Ik
iiiitlioritio have luiil of .John Austin
Ilnopcr Hinco lie lei I K. Kioh nt Hogue
River the eveniriff of hw CHi-ape. There
is u striking reserrililiince between tlie
Imewell words uC Hooper lo both
. J'W. Orr, living on r"ourtli avenue
west, liml the noel expenence or jt
tinp down to u cniiip fire in eustern
Oregon nilil oulortniiiiiiKrn noli'd Iiigli
wnymiin, Hooper, itmiwure. Hooper,
known nil oer tlid const us the gon
llmiiiiti Inn-glnr, who leeonllv eom
iimiuleereil an nillomoliile in (hunt
Plies to iimke his eseape from the
jail, after ruliliing u bunk, wnlkeil in
on Mr. Orr, who with n piutv wit
euinpiiic on n rnneli lie owns near
( "The man eiimo up; Inlkeil n while
iu bin iihiiiiI smiiotli iiml enterdiiiilng
.'. .!..:.... . ,!... I...
WO'. Alli'C reillllllllUK nil 11 nnv in-
imllcil out hix wuteli and wiiil tliul he
hnd u long wnys lo gonuil ueHed he
hnd hotter 'liit Iho truil,' nnd ile
"Shirlly nfterwunl offleen lele
plioned Hint lloopor would he nlonur
Unit wn nnd to look out for him, hut
lie hnd gone, nnd no mure tmce of
him liiix been found."
Mr Orr w i- lorimrlv n Hie hnr-
1 1 - lillillU1". licit'
Reported by Jackson County Ab
rct Co Hlxth and Fir 8t
Jackson County Hank vs. Trail
Lumber Co., stipulation.
Charles Dodge vs. C. W. Root, no
tlco of ci oss appeal.
.1. It. Oariett Co. V C. F. Pendle
ton et al. affidavit and order for puu
llratlon of summons.
Alice ICeeleatOH vs. Kred Kccleston.
answer to affidavit.
ln the matter of (be Keleto of Ucu
ry SlBTe. dec., prowl of pnUllratliii of
mil proof o( iMtfthig.
ltei Klngery srfd .Mkhel Cnlherfaon.
AllierU Karl In best on ami Ada
lttwl llstiito Tmifi ri
IrUn (1. (ti-ten et, ifK to Itlmor
Crawford, pt. SI. 87, 1W. .I0.0
II. 8. Kvmhs to OKI-sou rowler
UHmber Co. lot Iu Aatiland !.
U. S. to Klmer It. Spencer, pt.
S8, 31, 2B Patont
l.etllo A'. Ilobitlai to Ogro
I.. Knight, lot Iu fruitdslo
add. Motlfonl 100.0
Alfreil if. U ntttti ot al to V.
II. niHgham. (. . S3. 1W
and 33. S;t, 1VV
Kolieit C. Htumo to ItllMtbetb
A KUppel. lot blk SO MeU
.Mnilfiinl it (tuoil Town
Med ford Is a mighty good town,
worthy of the beet of, even thing
Thai's why we have Joined the Amer
ican rrug and Press association and
oMer la mil' neonle ike Merltol line
of preparations, mude by the aiwooln
ikm aiwc mU oal thrwugk Its mem
uers Them l nothing like tu-
goods, guaranteed In every way. Ae
waat M4for moil) hve the it
(her if, so we offer you thl lln
Aak to kH- Merltol goods. Harms'
Drg 8iere. loeal ageuU.
wanfB i a1 "-
WJCi ll'nt Mi eUltfBlr-'Y
.- IN"WS soarssa mm - ,-
KOH HKNT-- ."-room modern hoor.
close In. Cheap to right puit
Phone 4tt-T. !'
rOH AL kwte tefeg. Bigs, brood
govs, plug l. Br0
Cflt-traJ WgMU l l3
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
By A. C Hewlett
SI. ?. Root aii'l II. V. doling rep-,
resenting tho Produce Fr.ilt Co. of
o . r..i ..... i.o
tncramonto, uni., woro nmoiiK
Tuesday Inst looking nfter thh In-
. . , n... f-.,i Mr vmin
., .,. ,,i... ...i ..i.,iulu,it
in iiiv uvv in.iuuti. ...... ,.w. ....... -
mnnager of the company.
Tho orchnrd men nro busily en
gaged gathering tholr ponrti and
poaches nnd the prospect Is that thoy
will have a largo crop anil tho
ponchos scorn to bo of a suportor
Ooorgo Slovens and T. W. Os
good, one of tho civil engineers nnd
Sir. Cowgll another civil onglncor,
wero nil here trying to perfect tho
plan to hnvo a general Irrigation sys
tem throughout the vnlloy lnilt week.
In my rounds Weduosdny I had
occasion to call on T. I). Singleton,
ono of our progrosslvo fnrmers.
While he has plantod quite a tract
of his land .to fruit troos ho nlso has
utfllxod hit land lor diversified fann
ing mid thu result Is that ho hns a
largu lot of 'tay and, grain on hand
nnd l porfeetly Independent so far
as thlB world's goods are concernod.
While I WW there ho, ronewwl his
subscription to the weekly Slall Til
bnne and is talking of having his
subscription changed from tho week
ly to the dully so that he oan get
"all the news, all the tlmo." Whllo
I was there ha told me that ho had
been over to help at a b.triiralslng
for N'lok Young and thai the fol
lowing persona among Mi U's neigh
bor aaelstetl -In the werk: Pote
Young. Jaiuoe Qwena.. Charles (liven,
Jiininle rHiRgan. Alei Hets. W. W.
Taylor, thouiM and John Singleton
and Thonins Olngcade.
The Butler threshing machine wna
nt work al George Uivcus' at the
tlmo, so that kept quite a number
from Joining in tho festivities ot the
occasion for while, thoy worked hard
to get the frame up wlilrli Iliey inn.
Including Iho ruftors. They always
have fun on such occasions and to
"cap the climax" two of, Xlck'a sis
ters Sllss (Mara and Mrs. James
Owens serl a regular "Hut to
Creek" dinner that consisted ot all
the good things the country affords.
The nest mu'Ve I made wna fr the
taftiitiful homi of Chares A. Pmett
aud )ul as I was turning around
jwlth Biy biiwsy to go 10 uu mi
place Mr I'ruett camo'dashlng ,v n"
In their auto. The) bad tu . n out
lo Crater l..ike, Fort Klanwtb Kl iu
ath rails, reka. etc., nnd'.i"' r r, st
Ing a little whILo 4 nice lm i w.iir
htelou was cut anil we lu-i t.i dH
pose or a part of that and tin n Mr
ruett gave me his cheek to ienw
his awbscrlptUiu to tho weeki. Pass
ing oh to the next place 1 stopped
at the home of J. 1 Frnnk, where he
! renewed his subscription for the
weekly Mall Tribune. From there ,1
went to Otirgo Olven's home where
1 found Mn O. and her daughter and
aud one or the hoys but sir. (Ilvena
was woiklug nn u-tract ot land that
fell tu Mi Ulvonft Iu tho division
of her f.itiert estate, so I did no
bulne- H re bht wimpled some of
their Mi.- iphes Oolnu from there
CigarcttcB fifteen ytars nco
nto amoHcrs of
tni ftyitevi wnm " w
to Mck Young's I found Nick
homo Junt fixing up his wagon to
go to tho Kdmunson mill after lum
ber to finish his' burn nnd ho told mo
that he was going to build n now
imiiun nin mi lils own land ns he
- " y ,.,.. .u
" iM '" ",a sUtor " , houBO;
I iIoiib no business thoro. Tho next
""" " --- ..
'"nn I saw was Sam Coy who bought
a nnrt of tho olil .1. .1. tryor jnoco,
i Tin was on his way homo and hnd
,1U ...IB Ml ill" ., ...... w ......
imnn iinii-n on tbo Illshon iilaco nick-
Ing ponchos, but did no business with
him, thon wont nonio nnu roncnou
llioro jusi in lime 10 w duijiji
Dr. Rebec, ono of tho professors
In the. atnto university and n car
load woro horo Wcdnesdny evening
for suppor. Tho doctor hns an or
chnrd near Jacksonville.
Silas Ruth Holmes of Central Point
Is horo visiting her cousin .Miss Hnzol
While I was out Thursday work
ing for tho SInll Trlbuno I mot Sir.
Frnnlc Derrick and ho gaVc mo his
siibscrintlon for tho weekly, i nlso i
called at tho farm of John Ruder
but found that ho was In. tho hills
fin t his wlfo renowed tho sulwcrlp
tlon to tho weokly. I also wont to
somo othor places but found that
Ihnv worn short of Cash SO (lid 110
llvo In hopes of dolnuliagi , .. 10.00
bettor In tbo future.
I se that the school board havo
posted a notice that there will be u
special school election September ."
it 3 : 1 r p. m. to oto on Iho adop
tion or tho following budget, to-vlt:
For teachers salarloii $3,!2..iio
Apparatus, maps, chalk,
THE CASOLIME I
A OP QUALITY h
NEW APPLE CIDER
J'inv and swtt't. All had iarts and worms cut out, Hand
sorted aud washed.
A Guaranteed $5
Hand Horn $3.50
v- ,..- r,.r,.t files lmve b'cn re-
.'" " " -- .
ported to.luv in Jni'kson coiinh, ana
'I now hurninjr nre tuuler control,
nci ordiinr to report lcecivcd U U
lull i-il nnd -tele forestry nerxiet-j
il Iho Jackson County Fire Put ml
T.-.i-inlioii. The fire in Die Ilutte
I- .IU district, whieh wns the ni'ist
ir on-, will he itnilor control hv -nn-ili.wn,
mhiio of the fire-figlitcrs sent
i, it n tinning tlii morninK.
'II.,- .Tnekeon Count v Pile Patrol
i -lui.iliou will nnpori iiiiiiiuiiMiiii"'
for tin- trailing of fiwbuge. An ue
lie it fort will be mmlo to nnprehend
-one ol the inceniliurie ho lmve
hcin ri'siHiniiblo for 1)0 per cent of
the lire this ntminor. An high ns
tliiilv fire ul lime liue been set
in the Trail ilNhiut, nnd with do;:s on
the Hcene in three or four hour tin
nrvnnUU Kiiiild lmve been caught.
nt'The fires nre sol for the purpose of
iitiiiuiiir employment. One ot lite
innttei-s to come before llie next ses
sion of the jrrnnil jury will ho iiicen
linrieiu. A brush fire liumiug" on tlie liciul-wutei-s
of Pleasnnt eieek, eoverins
nlmiil miin neres. started Slondny
' , ., . .. ,
nfternoon nii.l lliroalens limber un
tier the protection of tho Patrol us
u.w.i.ilniii Tim Pirn mi (i.llls 1111. 1
i w. ... . ... j...- ..... --.-
! lvMiu iTceks niv under control. bncK
' firisr hciiuc reserteil to. The fin-
w Applentr- nre in-o veil iu uuiiu
FROM GOLF CONTEST
DETROIT, ilg Ht Charles Kvnns
Jr. of ChlcnKO wns ellinlnnted from
competition In the nntlonnl iimnteur
golf chninplonsii!- f--. nncn ne was
doofated (i up and r, In his :in hole
contest with D. K. Sawyor of Wheat-
etc., nnd II. S. equipment 300 00
Clerk's aaUiry .... -:"
Postngo nud stationary. . .. r 00
ReduuJiiK floating debt 1,000.00
With Stedford Traito Is Medford SIndo
eheve m signs
Here is tlie sign of real
gasoline the kind the
motor of your car was de
signed to hum. Kvery time
you use ,i mixed or hlciidecl
:'t;is," you loic power
you lose miles, liny real
ansolinc huy Ked Crown.
It's the good, okl-fnsliionwl
kind a highly distilled,
unmixed, pure refinery
Standard Oil Company
Yields To Lydia L. rink-
..i.,..i t.,,1 ."T suffered for four-
tccn years from orRnnio Jnnmmilton.
pain nnd Irrepilari.
ties. Tlio paina iq
my sides were In
creased by walk mi;
or Btnndinp on my
feet nnd I had such
nwful bearing down
fcelinjrs. wan do-
jn-esscd In spinu
nnd became thin nnd
pale with dull.heavy
ovwi. I Imd six doc
tors fom whom I received only tempo
rary relief. 1 uecmcu w kiv 3....
Pinkham'8 Vegotnuio ompu. ..'
trial nnd nlso Uio Sanative Wash. I lmvo
now Used tho remedies for four -months
nnd cannot express my Uinnks for what
they have done for me.
" If these linen will bo of nny to"
you have my permission to publ sli
them." -Mrs. SAUttl WILLIAMS, -IGj
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lyilla E. Pinkhnm's Vop.otnbIo Com
pound.inndofromnntiverooUandhorhs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
nnd to-day holds tho vvconl of belnp tho
most successful remedy for femnlo III
wo know of, and thousand of vo untnry
testimonials on illo in tho Pinkhnm
laboratory nt Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact.
If von lmvo tlio .slKIif est cloulit
that Vllu i:. lMnltlmiirn VcifPtn
bltCoiiiMHiilwllIIul.voiMVrUu fo Lyilla i:.rliilliiiniaimlli'liioCo.
(cnnlUlontlnl) L.vnn.lMiisH., forail-
vlcc. Your letter will hoopem-ci,
rend ami answered lira woman,
unci held la strict contldencc.
Ics blur wh'ii r ding?
If so, (11'i-oiM nrf iv '! 1 'o
nvcrtonie Mi tr nn h t mo
.n nnors csi:ii
Deep Well Drilling
Oil. ga.i, and wuler w.-lH, 12, !Sf
1 t-lnch to KiOO feet, l-'or jnices soo
j.s .wii ih Central
203 East Main Street
Thb Only Kxclusivo
tu iSciithern UruK"li
Negatives Mudt any tiiuo or
j)lai'.e hy appointment
Wu'll do the rcat
E. D. WESTOW. Prop.
'v...-. . .
m Towdl St. at O'Farr-ll
5 c ;
ll.slqiwrtrrs tar C'alifnf- Sj
f fon. if-ft't:
... w. ,.... ... ..... ...v ma.- jrTJi
Our commoJIeu lobby, Ktj:
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