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Alden Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Alden, Iowa """im* von ME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JENE 27, ISHO. NUMBER 11. BUSINESS DIRECTORY CHU KOH ES. CONORJIOATIOItALrnrSCII .t-r-rWe a*wh •at lath at U o'clock a. rn. Ran Ut Kaboot at Ii in -errlcaa *«h Pal,bath •Vanlue. Hav. J *U. MMIav Ii ll , j-*«t ,» o* UM \n m. R. cnrncn Sad***# iwrr •amla? ut lo JO n olnrk a m. Pr«a> Mag av*ry •th»«r Sunday. ftaoday Bbl*®! ii Um avary •Hu Ut t rim 1000X104 ever* Thursday «vaw, inc **l * o'clock. snpson & consol ORA I.KUB IN- Grain, Lim Stock. OERMAN LOTIKI4X avtrscn Warn*?#. •vert Hahhath at l(4J od ** a rn. Baa lay •cb-ml leaned tat aly artar morning aprrn-er. m e caritrn -naT. j w. rorrvth, raamr. •mil'!! «t»rr Blin,lay at ll ucl*«k a rn an I •til tip rn Claa< rnaating at l<> *> alncb a rn. *»rrr “abtalh. I’rarar ma*ting every Tuer-lay aa I I oar aday arm toga COAL, ALDEN, IOWA. A KELARCHOLT JOLLY TALK ar Ray m< nm mo. I ob r» baa* a tai loo «<i ;<>lly Th* gtria they all *-ali~l bim “Oh Chol;*, Yr, ti ti ’ loot to a yr oat With vl»nr \ gfav*t • loift you im-to tnan oar dally.* That SOCIETIES. WI non A, 111., Coal, Warranted 06 Pw OM, Fuel. BVDIXYT LODOE No, -mb. A F A A if , ^111 moat in regular Cf uh, naif at I -n on th* Fri. •ay ayoning ob or hofora th* full moon. at Ma-•mi. Hall. Al lac. leva. Vuitlitg l rathr»n ara ♦radially iuvne.1 ut attaod ». I* lUerca W. lf., IL W Cricket. Sa cr alary. ALDEN LIBRARY AND READING ROOM-aa llayii rid Rail,ling. * lpm every day and •VrnlBg, Bun day atcaital tear I y auf.ecrtp Moae. I #♦*!#. Mr*. F E Furry. Preaidant, lf I aa Luttla Taylor, Sac rat ary. ALDEN LOBOS, No va, I. 0.0 p.- ICata •v*rv Wednesday avenine at Utlaya Hall Y|«tung hrathrati ara cordially invit'd to at-ta od. IL ll * PETER TRYIOR. Jo ob*. Secretary ALDEN LO DOE No na. A. O O’. W -Mea ta Al Otlay a Hall. I taco I ar marting* aacond and lait Tare lav aeeBing* Of each ru-’nth. All TtaiUng rn un In. r» ara cordially Invited to at UNH EC. K.*er«, ll W , J. Toot Un aob, IU •order. DUtlOO LPPOPB No SI. K of T Meat mo th* ara* an I third Taeaday araru no of each ad<j»ith In I tiny I Hail. V'ltltlng nm, nu alway* welcome M J, I nun, C. C. KT. IL Sr ant, & ai K. and H. M AKK J. IT RHT. Live Stodc f GRAIN, Seeds & Goal Atliirnay and ronni.lnr at law. Prom' t attention a1 < en tor- lle-inn* Of on »»*r I tin % Brown ■ Mont. Alden, Hardin Count;, iowa. ALDEN, IOWA. J? P FRISBIE, lf D Physician anal S*rg*oa, Iowa. O Sc# oyer Heat)** a ll art ware WILLIAM KEA TOTO. Dealer ta Al Un •tora. T. J. RICK. BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER. dfffl /ha A al Lawai Moamohip fin# aal Oar-•nam /natimnm I a., of fWfwrt. IU. I e*n omV. Stenmahtp t chats and can bring FU ir friend* or a- ud thcui Alway. ready to eire lufomt.iuoa. T. J. BICK. Ai leo, la Shelf Hardware; Pocket ud Ti Iii CHItrj, Pin ware & Woodenware, th. litjutt and fin Mi (took cf ME BEATING STOWS & BARGES A* th*,er ie. lit f*at I, ar*n • (.alf «> et**—-if It at cl arna-.4 I ti liy dtirtor him*. lf, nil night; in other worrit, had l*e«n ruling on the roof of one of lh** i ar*. Ae 111*’ 11 ii I ti jollier! (Ult tho pot jm»hed hi* email traveling grijx troll I back to giro him freedom of motion, advanced to (lie counter and !»egan I'UttiBff and ho* mg at an <»hj*»ct hating the otitwa d -enihlauc*- of a | I* "Stop'" |.leaded the loo|»: :r-tor. ‘ You'll rniti niv counter ami br* ik mr ■ heart." "Not if it*, a* hard a* this j>io," re-! J died C’ooticv, with otM of In* well-! known air glance* ntid tuy.tefiou. | finite*. Hut tbi- I.i-t wa* (tooti fta inferred lo the face of tho |*roj>m*tor. for at the Tore nett bion tho a\ broke iii twain, leaving th* joe maeter of tho situation. For three Ii mr* I shadowed mv man I with tho lynx-eyed vision, cat-like fD’ad and -Iouth-honlid nos# of tho ideal detective of the books. It wa* d ek when the ( Im ago train a rn rod. and I boldly followed Master lievtiani into tho coach. Til® conductor wa* old irate “Hot off at tho neit alation," -ai l bo. “I’m a detective, anti leu- are my dew*." “I'm a conductor, and w ant mr due# " demanded the Cronin "And who ber < loader of tic gang "The unravel*- of tho groat my-Ierr; the original ami only — "Fraud!" shriek**! tho copper, an ho tore (ij>* n my coat and removed my hon .- made atar. Then thcv -aul something. I don’t TUR FIRST HK SM.I fOAf«. A Una ■ AHU cl me* vt*I li t to folly, art a* a I—Ilk"!, -ti ' Pi lly. Wile , ii iii jra* I nil bi* (usa ; I ai l bim oat vary U*a<l At I cr <ak*>l,-ob «a«ii ’ •>; y * III hi ,n I tnt i AN HAKIM) ETE! TI \ E. in D\v lour n vt ow in. la UM market. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, o WILLIAM KEA TI IWO, Aldea, lee Notary Public, Real Estate, Leat CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA n a.txjWa.’t. INNUHANt'E AdKNT. Farm loan* nagoiia-e I on long * tabor Elm* at Mw rate* of Inter**!. A large Hat of Improved and unimproved land* for aal*. Shortest, Quickest and Only Direct Line BETWEEN ALDEN, IOWA FALLS, AND ( HIC ALO, MHW Al AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. ELDORA, in TK* U«v« mnrtjr,#«‘inuit* **i*>r» ta I Uat.ng H t Met IV rf tifvt*s h»t« ma ie them and Mf A»,a.h*4 IbNlF ss** STrfw »bor* TM; «rt |gtfrrted •htf ’f r f n*-*». #l*|fan*N> *n«J >.ft«viS‘ (tiWFtneM di-fi^r til 7 ar iimifUl (or tiwoi isd «s«l sil Mist it cI*f RICKSECKER'S TOOTH POWDER Ila * »rt* , ,.r i ..niwl (ba iMtl I'awd** la •> i** It f i»r»t,i»r, <»«»n i**ife •»«•* t,ra»*b aa J n rn* I / »!1 I tr, lf foil ar* a--*-IrsaUy »*.n* U RICKSECKER'} FACE POWDER Vr-Iie ti - bi** cr* ir»<l-r»*m. al #» -ry Passengers Can Save FROM 2 BOHS TO S un amateur ci-dcteetiv e. I |>on referring to “Th*- Voting I.adv’. Fiieml aud l.a- v Lott ** f-TV lite! ." w Inch I keej* . ..ii-.tautly at hand. I arn that “ex amateur detective" i» the l»otter form. Anyway. I nm •><* <‘<>mt*Iofeiv and overw liclniingl i un] that y /. occurrence &*tft f t CDM* n o (ill the I* ,*k* of life I can't ex plain. A man of iud. jxo dent fortune largely independ* .it of i *• to th** -lojijiiug-over |*>int know what, to Cooooy, foro«**l me into til** petrol wag. n aud da*tml luu k to th** .tation. No one appearing to proaecuto the ca***, I wa* di»rni"*od with a m-vere reprimand. * In my cheerio*!- cham lier, by the light of a tallow-dip -owing to my t«*in|iorarv aleo tice the ga* ha* been cut off I writ** tim* ai-couiU of my ex-tingiii*hment. Did I not ex|*cct to retrieve my-elf in th** world of letter*. I would take the l oot whi< h Htand* bc-ide me and da-li oat my bruin*. They said that the man I wha*b>wed ami arrested wa* but I’ll not mention bt* name He i* a prominent judge and one of the lie-1 known men IU t bu ngo. Hut tliev Led. the villain., thee Red! In the meantime I am exed. Am! they might write the twenty-fi-'irtb letter of th** alphaliet Itefore the name* of a number of real detective* without doing much harm. A j* --t must j a * s -So I replied : r«al bii-iueas. not I md 11 geil, my j ta* -ion I lorn I I ad h j*e »e*s n tender heart "They’re at the courting the muse “Thcv" r*‘err* <1 to a connie, newly man lea. I Jim . w ho, w rap; * <1 carefully around ea* h ■ -t lur. w«:. . .gaged in passing lo aud fr** a well-worn yet loud-void I ki-*. .mil*- !, listened to a I svut Cooney, and urn** c.i-h customer*. fair cite World'* ie I t.iunlerer ha-t-th Side cable-i-ar. I he tick* ^-tuk* ! whit I had to nu p..- ***1 out to -iud Arriving at tin Fail th*- i*-d-lii eu*-<l to Is-ard a N* the 1 wa ll -I I1K TW KEN CHICAGO AND POINTS ON THIS UHE I.* of BT TAKING j-.t r>,'-l«-i.r lr,•i«it>l», p^silar mails. JOO ll ut. • aid , -a alii SMU alas. I lr I, • »'lil J -a alii I MIO. RICKSECKER, PERFUSE!, HW TORI. THIS SHOUT ROUTE. for detective out in the i l.etsoij. I met 'itll wa- tlir»*e tim* criminal- whom aud finally -tarted i -ccond Monsieur With no friend but no fortune but an uml found on the train appropriated, I follow I run,c within an a off. but a in Tit crier.- * pluy «>f my tin -tar ca the bloated mouoj*oly j*ea**e. At Lincoln 1'nrk ( «* and entered a larg*- -t< "He ha. come bi v ring g rich employer,” I -aguci'm Havi g nothing el-e to ti or rather shadowed, the night. cheek, I that I I el nett And had ntlv -aid d I ’el the i th ■ Ie g put .I alliant of ) me in bf fr* the cur at house, d from hi. V decided. I watche I, Louse all -*, too. I br daring ladowiug," an NOTARY PUBLIC, bal Estate, Collectim ait Insurance AGENT. ALDEN, a a a a IOWA. CONNECTIONS AT FI.DOKA JUNCTION with the Chicago and Northwestern Railway for Tama ( tty, Cedar Rapid*, Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee. De* Moines. Council Bluffs, St. Haul. Minneapolis and all points lo Dakota, Nebra.ska Kansas and the West _ , _ ELDORA with the Central Iowa Hail XArm and Town Property wsv for v° inu * Norlb * nd rom BAMM awd un. BANK OF ALDEN, RI BIRDSALL A SOH, IOWA FALLS with the B . CRAN. and Illinois Central Railways, for Waterloo. Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux City For all inforotkm about Freight or Paaeenger Hates, apply hi our local agent! or add re m the Oeneral ” Freight and Passenger Agent at Eldora, Iowa Alden, Hardin Countv, lo***. JOHN HORTIN, tf*n»'4 J W. t. HORTIN, «. F. mood r. A. >mc slice b< alen I wa. “i and twice jailed for impel-onatlug officer. Emboldened by these evidence* of my genius, aud horntnd Ly the awful Cronin murder. I - dd out my I inch route aud atari* d in qm of "Cooney tin* Fox.” I wa. returning Chn ag *w ar I with a w hole bundle of clew.- i:- my claw., when. at a railway lunch-room, I sight*.! mr man. I knew him by hi. gleam- s e e, cruel mouth and craft v bn»w. Be-ide., he wa. swiugn g touud hi* h-ad u hatchet, or lather a mail ax, that, with true (•eboriaiUkn -brev.du«--■> I determined wa. the vert «*>>)*':. with which the fatal blow had be*-, strut k “All aboard 1 " shouted the conductor, at that tuomeut entering the room Cooney Souri-hedhts av, aud (sauted to a legend on the wull to the effect that the tram stopped ten lulu Ute. for refre.huieuta. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO, PERFUMES ffcewaaa ta nu- CellecthMM made a HpecbUtj doaaj LAND Of FLOWER*! DOUSSAN'S e Lems ae Reef Kotefe, ROBERT HOINES. Sweat South I* HLX I aw IN Lumber Brick, k HACH 53 CHM TH. au» o«» unu nan mrnauimm LIS MS NMI I SMMU MIST t IMUS I Mf AIA I imefi • I ■MAH*I eineiu kl Hi Lune KNMMh HOM COM •pOOVCT I Lf or TMM vAuhr i Misf •to. tt <mm.m f*w »*m% fHQQIQA A I I two ii ii.h rnhiii wAiSirtTiiSki^H od’ ** aaa ll ewa,*a ■. .. ^ AMCC^ f^MMNNM Wk aw: m •twetvl ■" wi i»i**» itaa * .top a*** ah-*-A. theta * With a *»- el, vita emtdualm OMI! piked Et* *;*•* ku *A- *>e me alf she I, I wtakleasnl 'CU »t* p u..* i*mawl* %»*-*• WMkwgeNl *ha*» Lie ma.de,a. I 4*4 «*mI h*«« Im eeovMe * akov **«•* I WI W-.. tW-f! «MW .I**** the urn AU*ut nine oVloqk in th** moruiug 1 th* fugitive from justice emerged, Kl completely wa- he metamorphosed, a. thev say in the books, that it mail** my head ache to reeogui/c him. Aud a man with Ie-- mausarvl roof to h - forehead, th High far greater J Deem.la r fwourw, would have let turn pa-- uuchallengetl. Ho did I. for that matter, hut I wa- 1 at great pain* not to lose -ight of l r . His low crowned liueu hat a ,d I g duster I id giveu pl ic.- to a high -Ck tile ami btl**deb*lh lim' while ii * leg* we e engaged in a pair el ska et*. [ light ooh*.od trouser. ’ I* a Us i 4 in his walk, he -eated him •cit ajw*-. a rustic bench b**ft,tid which w a - a l>t * Aet and a *tgu I *.«s*k out for l a it!" >Ybathe* it Woe th# J aga v*f bi- EUlll v s.*i» -deuce Ut the -dor id the i-wd aud utf. I shall never k low, but be — -.cl I-saped eacUesllv U* ha* b*»a, ca>*gI. Up bu vc-*. I*, s, aud looked ae**, chingl* behiud him is.,, -j.. *1 Hi deles ti ,e sh* uh! Ua>. u>* assai se d the lusbt urn • I base* aud Ural it « aa that ta .test nae I tie I* • talk bs*t * nu lh* atuaft , . , thou of the Fix* V l>gnt lion ss-* rn aug .stalest be al•> tug ut the lock up to whisk I •»•» XX*** Im sKHMUgU biu* aiel I ie aa bed aloud With a aouad be *•*•»»• •* Upuu -wa. I bai* Uehling I ba- lh-* Wa* a WWCW dueu Wed -be ak* up* I wmt bim b *« us.- pi UWM**** \u He* wan*,ae# I- be-l in as*ww* baja* bt i’tw*b *4*eel aud sui*. «t*»>*J * |Ua*iot W4MMW l®Tb*» ta ikwiue the I --. I I * au**y*.i « * * -d dis. mb' a*a bt'****'. *W bke -p. ic ie (•Bit FIst-ln-the-Facc, The diet th of the Count **f I’unorirns-tr>*. a Hjveuiah tiobletnan, recalls a singular story of th* past. The I mtusror ('baric- \. wa- hunting one da s<* the .tory goes which is very likely foutnied t'-i.ui un actuuloccurrence bul in it- detail- may have been modernized in th*-hum* time whig!} haw elnp-ed — with nil*- of hi- Irslv-gn.ird at hi. -id* < harh - w a-a redoubtable hunter. and -o was tiicguard. Presently a partridge pe-scd, .pute high over their ii*a*ls I tot I, sj^irtBinen fires! at .-an • tim**, ami the i in! fell. It bro iglu I the lliijveror’s -ervant-"w hii'li one of nu, do you think,^ t in.! I* "kills i this j art ridge “It wa- I " -aid the guard “Thou hest. scoundrel." -aid Km J eror. He had ha-*lly s|s*ken wIi*VU tin* guard atr ck I:i’m -onevcre a blow iu the lave that he t >uld hardly keep his I.-ct. ( i. irleV lir.t i vemeut wa, t*. joint hi- gti:, stiaigid at the aud.ui i-guard. a* : i-.ii tho trigger, but th* V* eitjwvu had ju-t beeu dt-chargt-d. ami had not been i.-loan l. While the F.n.j** i w a-reloaditig lie «lecule*l that he would not sins*? the guard o; the spot. lie scut him to prs-'* i: -lean with rd* - ti pupa*. for I.; - e coition. “War fault is tin* greater," said the emperor, “benuiuse there wa- doubt whether thou didst really kill tho bin! “There : - no doubt, sire, iii my mind.” sa. I tin* g -aril “Will you j>ermit me to Hee the bird ?" I In* parti nim* wa- brought* ami the guard showed the Emperor that it ha I I*, ell killesl with a I* iii from hi- riff**, l l *> Emperor had In-en n-iug hird-abot a1! day. lh* Emperor Mi a little reumr-e at this, but did not countermand his order for the guard-death; hut at the la-* moment he had the man hnmght before lum "I >o*t thou re (veal vt striking mc?" “No, Hire," sanl th*-guard. If I had a thousand Uvea, aud your Majesty should tell me a thousand times, w ithout reason, that I lied, a thousand tiro** would I put mr tis' in your face ■ nil puno en el rue Bro . ami a thon-aud tim** w, old I p> cwlmh to til* block.” l h* Emj i sat j*«usiv .-I. for mhu« time revolvi,. K tW matter ut Ins mind T he word- minwno en el xv-tro rau-klssl in I muni, but preasfUtly he .aid, ■ “NE- i>* 2 baa ii*e-i af - tell luau a. you. after alt I wish there »* re a thon-aud like you! I ive aud Is-know ii hcnaftec a- the Cuout af PkUon ! fins t tv* The Conal became the most tie voted i f ( itallew sa*-al- aud hi. family ho* < •ai * teed W- thi- d* You Ik j Co.* • ! pa** O'*. rapiiln fttllps -wraMful Biparlnwil, TRINK the month of A|>nl, 1‘i.T-*. otif Mr. *iar-rard, of *f*os«ij*t*arrard" a. ho wa. rommonly callo-i. wrote a letter from London *• th** I ar! of .Mtraford, th# Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in winch In- «i I; “I cannot omit to mention any new thing tut comes up among us. though never an trivial. Here in uni* < aptiun Iiai!y; he hath Ih-vw a sea raj dei a, bnt lu*w lives ot, the land aliotit this city, where he trie*, expenm mt« He hath erected, acc-rdmg to hie ability, -nm# four harkweycoachs- . jell hi. men rn livery, anJ ap |*ointe*l them to ntand at the Maypole in the .Strand. giving them in .trnctinfi- at what rate to carry men into (several j>*rt- «»f the te%n, where all day they may ive had. tither hack ney-men .ecing this way, ffock*dtoth* same (dace, and |*erfonnesl their journey. at Hie -ame rate; as* that sometime-- there is twenty of them tivgether, winch di-jwrse nj* and down. that they ami other, ere to be had every w h**re, as watermen are to l*e had at the w ater-snle. I'.veryl oily is much pleases! w ith it. for, whereas, before o<>aclie. could not lei had but at great rules now a man may have one much cheaper." <Tarrant was mistaken aI*otit the universal popularity of the Hellenic, for it is on re*-or*I that many of the tradesmen |irot- ste*l against it. They said that when ladle- and gentlemen w alkcd the -tr**ets they had tune to atop and make jmrekases. but now they were whisked by in haehney-«s>a< bes they •lid not have cither a chance to inspect tho gooda or i*uv then. Lo*lgmg-hou-e keepers oo the principal -fleets ul.sMComjilaM.ed tliat the noise rn a-Ie by th** new vehicle, drove their tenant* to #«*ek quieter quarters ebvwwhen liutioBR Moonlight. The injurious effect of moonlight in almost a ubiquitous belief, anil. th** gh an erroneous on* in it- literal actine, ie founded ujton exjr*rienc* which make. it ]in.bable that m*x>nlight night-oftea coin cill* with atmospheric condition. that exercise a noxkrttw influence upon • Fay creature*, especially men, j tgeona ansi horse*. If th*- childten of the ^ jest an Indians are playing until.«*rs iii the even* ing, their j*aretit- are sure t<» tlr, *» th* rn in as so-»n a- the moon rises, lest it should make them uight-eved and unfit tor <Iav laln>r. For -ixmlar re*--■I.- the f rench-Ttircsx scres*u their eves with the fringe **f their turban, during a moonlight marcda, and moat -.lilurs on a manof-war endure til* effluvia of a cock-pit, even in the froj>-ics, rather than sleep ou deck where th** tnoMis mi.hi -hine ujsm their eyelids, Th** Neapolitan beggar*, who roam I arc-headed through th* »tr* *-t- in the glare of tbs* noontide -un. ar-- all j * ro-v i 1***1 with hit!** bags w la. Ii they dr iv over their .calp. Ilk*- nightcap-, while th*v sleep on an open j orch or among the rums of the I’elaz/o Veechia. for f-ar that tile moonlight should make them gray Laired, ami the mount,»iti-e- r» of tin* Jura go so far a- to ascribe their goitraw to th** |*oor -atellite. I he -ame origin lnul. jirohably. tho fisghtfnl -torie* which th** I* reeks used t * tell about their goddess, He**ate one of the dozen ajvpellatkme of the in--‘ti . who. made the dog. howl it hLu •■ut* t * *1 a village upou lier OOO turn a1 rambles. |*oisom*d orojis that Crooted her j atli. klighte*! ti #wera ami |*etritied men and animals that met her ice cold It ls alaioHt certain that the moon is a- innocent of the uaua** of somnambulism a- - J lunacy, but tilers* i. no don bl but that, eveu in summer time, the mr of a chilly, moonlight night dos*- not agree » uh a ma j Brit v of muu . aud army orticsfr-* know that tw** or thrjje night exi edit ic na exhaust veterans aud old cal'say hora*. tAat couhki’t Ive kn<- ked out by a dozen forced vlav march#, rn ti ut hottest Hem of th* dog da* -wa-sou. Dark Ylgkt. l it i nHvtii ta-'. Ce* of inaauii* ei*«>wa tis ut oat etmuttuv* M tttfxkuicd tv aa cuttti- txi, I leach j*by»tc*au Dr situate!, lo s«vOt**a4v# brails •ark aud alevdtwUtui i'Waea (ivUlt otk«. CWH *»•-» ha»a aal bt* vft-iue tttMu u iummcu * Wit --I-nu it..... the vattrew.o >* atcalwt aa*->ug hitu.Ws Itta t* tuaie*, I to* u t aW. til wiw ic usa nae* lout* #i OM hobo tau a** ha* mm I. -a lift -i ll rifle- Ii Beala, ar Situ thai Vs ilia (aurate ut** aw iu*<u lh** ta ate oh* teas *i . it att * i. v that -I .t’-.-jd a t|« ItlM- '•**01 apMH aalii . * • I aah* a I- la I has th aud Vt waul ta Harold, bai an* ttautt ut a diag ut aaa! nu twat«s| IbH ta th# Uh*ary. ai* lr auk wad 1*4 u * la 4 Lr w i art IWM Rl»< Lbs IV** tau** ba V s- waa.it of hi Wiser ti ag tdaMM-ha • a tate! • t*-/«,i ,t»4t -a th* i Vt*# pt* ft «• -st -vitfu Us MU > a- Xx* -* • I*- -a til »(.♦*- • |**t**» thai xix# x*«,au » dis* vt, a i* .*w- - *r th*,.. ** • ■ »<*»» .I Lawai aud iuwt **«%# |»t**d**- - la# -#*tw -tit W, 11 ll ta lr Matt *<UX XU# aas* t*q*x*w •ft* -r -d vft'tlu# It.a# tai l«t -*ud rn vt# -a*dux<**% bur IMI dxr -ala 4w* Jk-pwJ ah*h» aa* “ -U>a 1*0 >hat a # t Sal* #| rill taluk ll tMB*dl bt th# mioxatwt V xU t**hr ta* U-># }##! aa' watt nil t a ax #*#c lh' a Mal!' U-* a Ut*’ -ua#XXlta t «H*-4gax t wa aaa *•*- - axal u* tai, ba aa ad# *4 (feat*** lite -ad Mom I U .t^it I * «U *v . *tu| aa (Wa •rte tat- Poulan# m ax- it I lit AHI % 7 'Fut Mi four Xx LU ex #• a** ah|#w«ax*a a *WXM visilxua Xix ha# xxx ** ***** bu. * - a* tat |*S.*X*^
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