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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 16, 1904, Washington, Indiana                                v IESS 22 AlMUL 1 WEEKLY ED1TIOJ1 human body of the average contains three OUttteB of CAlciuin at present market rates Is about an so that the amount of it cnn tained in one htiman body has a money value of Few of our fellow JcUiiins realize that tUey are worth KO inucb April 20 at 10 the IS unjnty delegates selected at totuor township nuus will jnest irf this city at Peoples theater to select a democratic ticket The ijas to all other copvun JionSj should attend linbued with a de eire to select Hi on for the various cbnnty jWllthms who are capable of Qllingjtheui withlomllt to the county sfter elected and Who Me wijh the people lu VotejjatUng thinKi inJluierica that our country Jg ttey make tbetn In dlscusaing Siberia it is of nuall ad vantage to dwell upon the area of 000 000 square If aU the states whicii compose the American Tjnion were taken np and planted bodily in 1 the mtdetof they would be en doged In every OlrecUoij by a wide bor r In thia border territory all the countries of fexcept likewise bo plantjed bodily and wouldstill remain unoccupied uare area twice the lie 0f Iinperial and yet Si beria la but a part of t UKJUbT council askedifor further in foraaation about the new gravel road systenj which will cost the city and j including in a permanent tax 3evy i for teO years of over font per the C Qaiatte assumesthat body is opposed W Council did exactly right in i oekinglnto jbfore acting onjtbe That body would be unworthy the respect of tbe t people hid it passed the measure with i out fall knowledge of its Effect on the of the It is by caiefulnetallke the city is 1 moving1 forward aifely and surely in the line of substantial Our opinion is that with the gang the Gazette is landing to the in city office for two years tbe city would be hopelessly in and Inefficiency would reign H the citizens s know what is good for them they wilj keep It out of A TERRIBLE Thajthe republicans are conducting a gamshoe campaign in this city be more and more apparent as the SICK AND A Deserter Gave Himself I Deserted from lh League IngStstlon Sick and Tlrtd of Dodging the Tired of dodging and almost a wreck physically a man walked up to the west entrance of thecounty jail afternoon aod rang the duor The sberiffB daughter answered thf Jolin at tile Kilz gerald accouipauying her tt the i WUe the Strcnger apked to have a few words with him My naiue is Harry began the and my home is in Hutch I am a deserter from tht League Island training station ic Pennsjivftnia and U want tu give my self np to the Im ured ol dodging the officers and Im not feelinp very Sheriff Fitzgerald wns not at homo and officer Geyer was called to the jail and degerter was turned over t After questioning the inaL closely the officer placed him In jail and a telegram has been sent to League Inland informing officials of Can Uns Conlin U about 25 years old and ap pears to have POLITICAL days go We know they are u 1 t cnte and sly and iive some very slick i the bashes for the It doesnt even seem t nacessary for the i leaderg let the people know who the republican candi dales can Maybe the managers j like to keep the dear people guessing as rtorWhb the candidates on the repnbli can city ticket are can it be possible that the bosses are ashamed oftheir and have concluded that thelesjit said about them the better JJ i given the republican pri on March small type and in ajnobgcnre there has since that no of candidates kept a for the in red and lurid which never to Ixwst its nor has of commendation and praise that except hoyr either or would be an improve melt oni any man the democrats are offering for the Wny f thia reticence T Tell it to that we may know of their great y and general j WqO IS i icaUs atten to recent sale or thousands of ijrbf steel ip one to the ton delivered at says the India This la equivalent to a Sprioeof tlSatthe The Ameri l and have been ton for steel which is more than the price road plus Njw whomjdoes this duty pro Sucti Not the people tbeUnited It not protect the liAmiirican railroadsi which have to pay Ijljf ton more thando their Canadian r It does not protect or the or tbe jner who hare to in jpart at for this extra price by an llinorease in freight The steel intyprotects no one except the It does that at the ex of the people this coun Sand in the interest of the buyers and transportation com And the institution that is cared for by on government is a the people to think JWe hare no doubt that the standpat fwohlJ greatly prefer that nothing such cases of government at the present it is weUfto know the And ao Americans roads ant paying for Jails which the Canadian roads get for at the If that is fair play to theAoierictp we con that we do not know what fair i Thej question is respectfully i t i i jjpw p et al vg John M Lsfljrs McKiy to be still enjoy tried tocash a raised draf tand also a mobey order at Terre tive of Concerning the Partita and ti Treasurer Underdown reports on hand April Thafsa pretty big bunch of isnt It shows thatunder the pres ent administration the finances of the city have beenl carefully t t Tbe Gazette is at its old game of heaping abuse upon the men who toil upon streets of Washington for a II As yet that paper has gone no farther than to call them a gang of ward heelers but language even more offensive is expected to creep into the columns of that measly little sheet before neat And the fact stands oat as boldly as a skyscraper on the desert that ted two years didnt vote at all in the city election when Pap Eltis and other good republicans were candidates for city People residing in the vicinity of Hefron and Meridian streets are complaining because of action of Edward i republican candidate for imayor In removing a large amount bf handsome bloegrass sod from off a public street and using the sod to beautify bis private i J i t The present administration has paid more than on the citys indebt edness within the past two years according to Treasurer Underdowne report to council Monday there are nt present in the citys strong dont you think it would te to the best interest of everyone to let well enough More than a reduction In the citys indebtedness and there are still in the treasury Those are two things the present administration is proud The insinuation by the that the police in trying to keep order by ar regting frail females are doing BO to raise campaign fnnds is about as low and contemptible a statement as has appeared the of that Of course Itis s tieand the paperknew it was a lie j before it was Democrats should refuse to believe a single injurious political news item about democrats1 tbat appears that paper unless they know it to be i u tt In the fifth ward many taxpayers who are republicans de termined to defeat Tom candi date for They and rightly jthatl Harris didnt attend council when be held that of fice some twelve preaca ago and that as county clerk he didnt gee the Inside of the clerks office more than 300 times during the Entire four years that he drew salary frOni trie The people feel that if again plared in office he would doi just as he has done in the nothing but draw his If any has been slyly ap proached Ed Meredith to vote Fur him for mayor and be has half T way promised to So said democrat should stop and find faij reflectioniwill I for mat ba something like If I were a f rom theilate Tb by ujijititry S was neveriinitbe military na he IB not i from hi brother Bill vis a veteran bf the civ but pnlonel did qat iorve i the civil orihe Spanish hat like the lute Xrtenn willing U sacrifice hi i U lit safe to say that Mr Mjiifditl will take are uot u lnjont town on the corning city ilecticju day He acaiijidiUj this tiiuv himaiiH and no train will keep liiui awaj from the i U L t I Wiby nhonjd feiij Bob Miers seek the nomination jfor vicepresident when he has such iilbad pijw cinch on agftiaput ting Judge phoney lo sleep In the race fordongrewJ The Invincible oaaniig familiar with the old A i I in oli second ward republican veteran was an nnfortonati thing that Meredith allowed himself to uoisa strain out of Chicago two years jago couldnt get home in time tO vofer j j A cigar dialer euggetts thatj it i scarcely proper caper for fandi dates to at factory prices to pass Retailers ought toj have i the preseiit city a record of nava battle its Still a candidate to suc ceed iortbp tenth 3e no donb received a good bundeome p ineion for afliictioM tod should be al otved to retire and enjoy his declining f f Thtt the watci dog of the city drtws na pen ion at although vtopbtleai he coald g t He served ip the oavy receiving anhonprablo discharge a Phil He servsd man adelpbia matebn ofwar andafjsojon thei a inan ofwar of of jtbesecond Hi for a short supplied tbe place of a sick mau on board 4 goven ment Hie record was Innassai His affliction Is partial deaness caused by the concussion of the 1 leavy guns on board the the but it does not interfere with duties las a collector of delinquent as the people I there ever the right inan in place it is Tom Underdo wni Two after jiiers wan npminatefl for there was 4r4ness lief the result of the sharp contest for The not entirely Iheal over when the came but Big Bob ealsily distanced in the Tbii year Miers baa no opjwsitlon for the nomination the democrats of tba district are soliq for ind be jhae quite a following among repablicafes whojhaVe discovered that he is bkoidgaueOd nota narrow and that be is tbe atauncp friebd of the irrei pec at posaibre show has bls opponentf tJudge who doesnt even lite in the district Joe VeaU jwill be one of the nahers at the democijatio national convention i I Frederick Wi Hitterakainp was nom Inated or city on the repibllcan Hotel Weaoesday ntght toaucoled Julian de clined tjo make In the jon ventior which Julian de feated by only three f Big ijete keps right along attending to i business ind ng a TfotoV knowing that hi He feels that jpr notisay an easy cpnscioiisnegsof performed duty re tardless colbi TherispnbUcaMJBinay carry the i rst bnt they have to n pretty stiff fight to do i t i KMi ofWbeatland had Vo ed for Mr Tom Ea ris would probably beta a candid ite for to wit fiver there where ih i is in instep of trying to step ut of the county scletlfa office into a e at in the city coancqpf this Sone office seekers nevWiknow when to qi it PERRY COLLINS D ied in a WagonWednes day Warn a Well Known Lawyer and Wai t Republican Candidate for Prosecuting in April who lias been a citizen of th city Hi nee lie left WuHUlngto Bolne seven yearn died lint nigh while being removed from the count jail to the poor oneawluha miles from the Last Saturday night Who wi a republican candidate for was found unconscious 0 the pavement on Second Ther was a bad gaah in his sculp and thie le to the belief that he bad been snnd was learne that be had fallen and struck bin bna ngainst the He was rblnovei to the hospital department Of th coonty jail where pbysicinna attemKv to bin Collins was u physical wreck and th physicians cnald do but little fojr him Yesterday ibis condition was tllghtl mprored and late that afternoon i decided to remove him to th county poor He was placed 01 a cot in a Upon reaching tb xor fHrui the men started to linK into bonne when they covered Uiat be svas bav resulted while making tbe tri over the country roads FOUR CANDIDATES Will Go from Here To Be Initiated Into the of i ioit Sunday a class will be initia ed into the KuiicbU of Columbus a Many from thia city wil Seventy five knlgnls and al most as many ladies will go from thii traveling in a special trainwliicb will leave over the railway a Returning the train will leave vansville at 11 m There will be four candidateH for in tiation from this city Reister EL Nicholas Mandabach and Harry The Washing ton council will confer the second de e A banquet will be jjiven night at which Arnold adgett will respond to a toast GETS LAND and Bought by B a In 1869 Never Paid he suit of Mra Leoro Wilson gainst the railwajjjcom tiny to quiet tbe title to hind de idjsd in favor of nd tbe title was ordered According to the complaint of i Wilson a strip of the Wilson east f was conveyed to tbe I corn any to use the land for rock pens and agreeing to pay for ha The company erected but after a year or so tore Wilson claims the company never paid a penny of which it promised to pay for said Our Third and street repul li can contempotari6 are great on They hajre had light tr is tees and I cobiicU buying a jn outfit wlieitHbe fafcp is th bodies have not considered t be matter and will the plant is which isiseveral years hen In democratic candidate same po sition that his personal the would now be insinuating that I was everything mean in the primjnal a I dont belieye I will vote for If the Gatetteihns japyrespect for ipeech aOoepting Wefifth nomination happy v uttered the slqganMn in the raisls out books postal and partment fraudg shall be Frank Jennings siAd six other mlnir iUliv to Fort this morning ii uua IU1 1 i its own standing as T newspaper it H would apologize cha rgingithat the e the truth about a adminlg his home conjectures as befor a republican cajndidate came and c ostsfamoun ttf Mrt s ttneu i who Dav esa electric light plant bad been made a tbftt political But a statement of the fact the employes are republicans and bnlyfjonr democrats will nawrj thai narrow j 11 it paver a I tralflfoom o i Li 11 Li iMany from Davlesi county came in OTTER CAUGHT IN PIKE l j1 rilrnal Will Be Mounted and In I the State Last night William Callaban of Black a small mining town south of here caqght a twentythree poqnd otter and took it to Petersburg and sold to Jacob Scllurz shipped it to where it will te mOuntedand will be placed on exhibi tion in the state department Schnrz also has two pelicans which were killed in the river bottoms below Petersburg a few mpnths They are mounted and are on exhibition lo his place of j NEWREBEKAH LODGE t i I Were Initiated Into the Order at i i District Deputy Elmer E qf tbe t instituted a Jew Bebekah lodge at j Wednesday night The Newbnrry degree teamlhad charge of the work and fiftyone coidi datej were iQdon tend Plaiiiville lodges were well Following the initiation 4 lunch served and several talks were Martin County Man Weds a Barr ship j George Arvln and JMiss Nora Graves were united in marrjagb Tuesday by fChe groom Is a well known yonpg farmer of Martin county and thebride is STATE NORMAL at Terre April don cflrning Da vies county students at Terre Haute state normal The total enrollment eonnty people is over j j B lllw Mary HannarJ Is an assistant In the chemical t j Wlnklepleck is iprlogi assistant on1 com on of high i i C With many it is a matter of curloos Wednesday to tbe charge Dkviesa county hagflv6 se i6n in Jhe flim school Speaks well korDailer to Zack a former Davlesi i I I K i h county is teaching in tb j Most of the ntmlimU who hive neve studied iiipsic are taking fimt term miwlc I The Diiviess counts boarding cln nnuiberatwo from Davioss with man others from other HubbsrJ and Callaba two Odop leathers will be here at th cloio of their They are jun i The auimal interClass debate 0 tho Indlnnn itate normal took plac April Seniors and fresh uieq versus juniors sophomores that the Unitet States woo jngtiBable it her action In the Into cannl nnd HOpbopOrea wot unanimously Dnviess couBti was not represented b a j j TRYING TO FOiQL The Trying to Play thi Public for a Twice within the paai few days thi Uizette bos compelled to crawfish Rnd all because of that Newspapers at tempt to inject polltici into the elec trie light a where polltici permitted to him never yet been creep Last week tile Gazettes juvenile po lltical writer Be ireheaaed an article which told of rcjdo language I citizen bail received from an employ of the plant becauie tue hac made compluint of aal arc lUht no U iz tbla em ploye should de fired but that the of wouldnt do suck a thing beauw tbe uiaployo wiis democratic ward Alfrec Hhepjird tho emplojte referred to He ndinittfJ that be ha that it wall none of hit street light Wasnt Shepard called tin the Giizette and rei lated had but he also republican he a democratic told a citizen business if the stated that ag be was n was not guilty Of being ward The apologies came thick and The Gazette people told Shepard that they were alining their uind balli at some one elite and tbat they based theirattack on a letter from the This morning Superintendent Rob of the i light at tbe Gazette office and requested that be be given the naineiof the eiuploye whom llo Gazette wanted firSd bacause he old a citizen ihflt it is none of your business if tbe light isnt Roberts stated that 4 the Gazette was ih possession of such information and the trustees woult like to know they w4nted eve treated n a gentlemanljr we wont tell who the party ba we received an art cle coinplain ngof what employe The ar iole was written by a n an who had been told by another mas that the em iloye said I think he ought to D but aa I have at ready said I wontt give you jthe employes was about the answer Roberts re Roberts then went o the Gazette thnt the lant wis being run on a Not counting th dent there are ten men he electric light trustee bese are six ana and the politics of on n to explain lectric light nonpartisan Bnperinten mployed by Three of are repnbli employe is to the I snpetlntendent or nknown Then it was bat Editoi o the dignity his call ng and de endedhis attitinde by aayJng are going to eve you are democratic After the yon employ or the next few weeks wi ry to make the people be mploying nothing but ward beelors down there lection I dqnt care who r what the people belieVc THE PLAtFORM B Lineman Suspended In tH Above the 8tr Aprij foreman 6f the lint ed by the Newcastle T two fere Thursday suspend f0 eot above the stre t on a small wooden platforjn surrounded and cov rad engage 1 In splicing clephone when caUKhtfiro froni a torch The ropes supporting the phit orm tbe threj i men grasp ed j tho slender teleptmno to they until thei flaming plat orm fell to tlie Then they to a polo and the Allwere though iot Paris arose Air 60 Feet Walter men employ ephone the canvas the BROWNfS He Reporttd to Be Much Better iThursijay Walter the Elkhart manufacturer and who suffered aivero stroke f heart failure night after he la tho federal courjt found him GRAHAM CONTRACT Meters Quietly Measured il Electricity According to the Meters the Street Worth of Elec Irlclty Tfao trustees of the electric light plant inetjvifith thb city council at tbe city night for the purpose of holding a conference In regard to the Graiara contract lelectric current for street railway During three weeks meters at tbe power have been register ing Jhe amount of electricity consumed the jiars and heating and lighting reported tr cooocil and tlie light trustees the Tari out registered by the meters fronj day io According to tb meters street rallwy lines con enmes an average of f7 worth of elec tricky per AC present Graham pays Si cents per hoar for each which amounts to ttjont per day It was decided that council and electric light trustees hare a meetin with Graham with the hope of SE curing from him a just compensatio for tlie electricity bat the Graham contrac was at Thurldays mwtinn j THE and Pater McCarty and he U a popular hotel being a son of and Cnnningham John MoCarty and son of this attended the wed i A Bg and Democrat Thecongranlonal convention held a Spencer Thursday was the largeit i point of attendance of any that has bee leld In It was hannon oaa jron to the an therewas hit very belt of feeling man j I fht convection was held In the Chris tian District Chairman Hen dren waa Indisposed and he asked J Padgett of this city to call the conven ion ta of selected and Upon taking th gavel made an eloquent and pleasin speech George of wa elected Reed offeree an appropriate Invocation and th argei audience joined in I ROBERT tho DomocnU Istrlcu rufity of pompHclty in ndlana national cking the was eported much bottar Thursday He tojleave his but the ttcndlng physicians ordexcd that ho emaln In his room In the English ho He Is Friday is fight for his attor eyg will Uo a mpUon for i now trial r they fail will apical to the ourt of Must Stand a Andemo4 April Tinplate steel mch Thursday Ight received iword from JltUburf tiat in spocltq meeUng of ha of Tin It thatthotin plateand stew tho association idust stai d a roduc IOD of IB pbr cotit In until tho xplratlon oxt f thepresent of the I a nga scsJo Fulkerson has bee appointed ty election cpmmlgsion r by the aid George Fattl by the re Will jlty s a member if theboard i decided j branch of endorsing Oongrensman adopted ahw aggart for oommitteeman and th good of Spencer were tanked for oonrtesiea Con ressman Miers made an exceedingly slronjtjspeech that was received with great Other short ad resaeft were made by Jndge Alvin John Spencer and Charles Hnjit exstate chairman was ri t The Convention was a record breaker n point of A groat number of ladies graced the crAsiob with their Clark miased the train nd didi not get to the convention The people of fipencer dd themselves rond ih the Many democrats called on Judge toblnson who was sick and to ttend the Philander was member of he committee on organization and ohn Spencer was chairman of tbe imlttee on Alvinj Padgetts speech was excln slvely tij the One pretty young lidy was remark that such soap as that from an old would not catch i John I Easts speech In nom inating Mlarl Was humor ous from start to finish There is but one John Kansora Eastin ths TJnis is ttefifth he that placed Mlerslni ijohn Aiyin Hunter Warren Ptolander KJttricki Arthur Greenwood and Sam Elswick We re among thoee f rom Da vipss coujuty who attended oonven The cMriitlan chorch In which the oobvention held is a It 1s of and has a capacity of when anditoriutu and are thrown The floor U elevated anaitUJrnrnlthed with elegant open HERE AND THERE of Interest ta of the Miss Carrie Harrod of itonth Wakh Ington bag arrived fn and hag matriculated attbfe nnlyerBity cennes Lloyd Clark had a sale at his farm lo Barr township BellliDg all of bis Uve stock And ii fact nil of his persona property except household and wife will nd the in Louis taking in the sights at the worlds fair and visiting their son r James Howard is in the city from is manager of the fire dance theater which is onn of thebest attractions of tbe coming carni A dance was given at Masonic hull Thursday I Lithographs are being posted over the coonty advertising carnival in this city the first Week In j Thad of is an applicant for an appointment as printer in the Weather1 Bureau at jsays the Indiana polls j i Archdeacon Walton of Indiana polls arrived In the city JHe will con duct services at tbe Episcopal church Sunday morning at The National base ball league opeded the season The McKernan Hock Is being re as is also tb Brann occupied by George Flynni I The remains of theilate Perry Collins will likely be at i I 1 Walter will go to Chi cago next week wbeie he jwill become connected with a dental FELL THIRTY 4 Telephone Lineman Has I a the Pole Rotten and III Fill While Hirry Cross it Not Much FINGRES Csrr Aecld Squire Carr ivas feeding straw into a cutting box at lis home Thurs day evening when tie knives caught the two first fingers f his left badly mangling tl will not t e MctU With nt CIRCUIT s been Few Cases poaed George Ketcheni vs alas Ketch quiet Tria by court findt ng for The suit nf Margaret McWilllamil o recover damages Opening of a public because of the Aid Injury to her f am In Bogard townj was tried in the circuit cqnrb Tuesday and the today awarded her damages in the sun of j Clara Emery Emery Defendant ordered to pay plaintiff by Apr 16and each 4eek thereafter until further order of Harry Cross a linemanln the entploy of the Home ttlephone very narrow escape from death strions Injury while working jiear PJainvillfl f was at the top thirty feet when the wasvery broke off jclose td the ground and f A road scraper stood the of mind young thrtwj from the falling pole in each manner that he did not strike the sera He linded where the sand with the exception of a serctA a wrenched wrist aid S a few scratches he escaped C JHarry is a well known young of this city and la a aon of WiUlani FOR CHEAPER COAL Railroad Commlsalon M to Freight iBelleving chtaper fuel to be a neoeas to tie further expansion of Indian preliminary in a campaign cheaper coal have been Backed by the Commercial oil the Shippersprotective league of 4dl thftdatter composed of eleven aDied organizations a meeting wiH be held neSt waek wheji the plans already form ulated will be made A bin is being prepared in Fort Wjiyne providing for the appointittent of ra state railroad comrnlssion diipa to regulate all freight rates tnd charges in A Inint promote tof movement rates for coal shipmentii tcvln dianapolia than a yiar beein 60 cents from the while to the north in the1 gas belfc m5ach further j removed from the get by the at sattie which is J800 mijes farther the Indiana i than has a rate of onlj 80 iudianapolls had a oeqts three or four years MINERS BACK AT WORK I f t Pending Settlement of Vfjth by j ijj The trouble between the miners and operators of the Knox coaii Biqknelt ten mpea north of which has existed for several will be anbmitted to Tie disagreement account of trieJBfor which clawed extra butrthi refowd to in accordance iwjtti The entriea have stood idla as men ref nsedrto wotktbam without a tte former i The entries have beett i pending John diftrict president A4 and Phil eeoretaryxof thebperators organiiationj wiflgct H Good Now on Hand and V Factories Going tjo j ipril f The Btraubo piano TJrble and the Steams of have all sign ed contracts to locate their factories In The jjames Clow Manufacturing may mpvo its fao here from Accused By Debs Terre Debs has written In which he charges the pOcials ot the United Mine Workjers have betray ed their memberssbfp lo tho operators In the wagea agreemei t reached at tho recent Interstate conference fat f pejr i lOo S Soring tl tomsfold young 14o 1 1 per B f j I3c per BtigwHO ITftsfortl i O 30 Bs BARN anivllle 4 Princeton fraction Ev anavllle Princeton line Is nojw In full control dfj parties In this several thousand jdollarj of stock wta transferred from Evans vllle to Heston Interests Thursday aft Donned Jl April It Is charg ed I that the girls of Margarets brace Bplscopa dress n the robes of the and held a aOo walk In the sacred aisles of tio aactuarj at an antlmtly hour of J i 1 Richmond Womasi Aprfl Miss El lei promlnenjt In this has been chosen head of the depart eit of household economics at Earl ian The course Is to be en larged and Probably Caused by s William Shi velys barn near hookjwiaiqtally aeetroyed fire at There six tons of bay and some harness in the banu There was no insurance on elthefbnrn or Mr Bblvely thinks the bam was on flre Wants Mexican ConiulluV who for three years has boon connected with the United States eon uuta at the City of Thursday nnponceO his caadtdajcy for now vacant Weds of Tsrre Ip 11 Wd were married Tho grtwim is d bid Known Fireman to April J prominent fireman of j is i I promlnebt flrehuia of this Miss Alice McUrty and Charles was llnstantly killed wade dUchargtng Cunningham Vln1 on A cennes She is a daughter of chimney crushed him to hls but fair Htd ZlnlUn to f leaf f M c4 of this has ap an nmpireiOf the regular staff1 says fco Vincennes polntttent iwas mads on recommsDdaj two of tho Zinkim an utaCire in the old Central 189T umpired several gatttes last scaibii in the Kitty and gave f J MURDOCK ire Floatlni Down Rhrsr 1 Their i protbekwho operate mill and Tsneering factory In Boating a bijlot Of down river from near book loadodpn Icarfandhrod i ght1 b Initiated tttotiio bewvoleni society Tsieelar 7   

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