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THE COUNTY DEMOCRAT. TBCUMSEH. OKLA
OFFICIAL FOOD NEWS OF
FEDERAL FOOD ADMIN-
ISTRATION
J. CECIL BROWN
Director of Education.
Oklahoma City.
CTP iTrur A I Til ITP MC ART STUDIO, all kinds of Photo
J 1 A 1 t lie A L I II I 1 tlllj work, Kodak Flouting and Em
larging. We aro prepared to flee you
l_ ■■■■“ j pictures in eolora. J. B. VaaWiakle.
roar* the efforta of jTecumseh, Okla.
11.2-1914
11 i iwir.
$99.31
$39,01
92.15
48.l'l
USE OF BEEF CUT
TO FEED ARMIES
The United Staten Food Admlnlo-
trallon hai turned Ita attention to the
cutting down of the cnneumptlon of
beef, aa a reeult of a depletion of the
supply In thla country and evidence
ttial the eating of beef muat be cur
tailed here If our artnlee are sup-
plled.
To ahow what a email amount of
beef la available for domeatlc oon-
euiiiptlon, on June 1 there wae lean
than three daya' aupply on hand. On
January 1 there wai 346 000,000
pounds of beef In storage Thla had
dwindled to 227,000,000 pounda on
June 1, of which 130,000,000 pounda
waa meat In proceae of preparation
and ahipment for allied and army uaa,
leaving Iona than three daya' supply
to thla country.
Strict conservation of beef muat be
practiced at least until September 16,
according to a message which C. B.
Ames, federal food administrator for
Oklahoma, has received from Herbert
Hoover. Rules have been prepared
putting both public eating houses and
home consumers on voluntary beef ra-
tions.
The new rules are:
bating houses must not serve boiled
beef more than two meuls wekly.
Roast beef muat not ba served more
than once a week.
Beef steak must not be offered on
menus more than one meat each week.
Householders are requested not to
buy moro than one and a fourth
pounds of clear beef weekly per person
In the household or more than one
and a half pounds. Including the bone.
These do not apply to by-products
of beef which are not exported, such
as hearts, livers, etc. Neither do re-
strictions apply to mutton or lamb.
THE CONQUERING SPIRIT.
"I can’t get labor; machinery la
high; I am increasing my acreage.”
—An American Farmer.
, e a s
"My left wing is broken; my right
wing Is crushed; we are attacking
In the center all along the line.”
. —Cguiirai Koch.
STATE NORMAL WHEATLESS
Sixteen hundred studeuts attending
summer school at the Central State
Normal at Edmond have voted to do
without wheat products for the term,
and longer If neceuaary. Action was
taken following a talk by C. H. Rus-
sell, food administrator for Oklahoma
county.
SUGAR BOWLS IN DISCARD
Sugar bowls in pnbltc eating houaes
have gone Into the discard in Okla-
homa. Instead of the old-fashioned
sugar bowl In which the customer was
wont to plunge for six or seven help-
ings. the patron now Is ladled out two
teaspoonsful In a small envelope.
Persons In their hrimes are asked to
use no more than two teaspoonsful of
sugar each meal to assure that they
will keep wlthm the three-pound limit
per month.
SAVING WASTE IN ICE
Care in the handling of Ice Is re-
quested both by the food and fuel ad-
ministrations In messages to C. B.
Ames, federal food administrator for
Oklahoma. Waste of Ice must he
avoided, not because of nny antici-
pated shortage, but to save supplies
which are essential to other Important
Induatriea.
During recant
physicians anil to even n greater de-
gree of health officers have been aimed
at the prevention Of disease, rather
thaa at the curing of sickness after
it has set in. More and more the
value of this work is coming to lie
recognised and more and more the
public is eo operating. The value of
this cooperation cannot be overesti-
mated, since nearly every preventive
measure depends upon the sympathy
ami aid of the |ieople for its success.
Health officers may suggest, or even
order, but if the publle opposes eveu
a passive resistance much of the best
efforts of the health officers will In-
nullified.
In addition to general and far roach
ing hygienic mensures much practical
preventive work lias been done along
the line of decreasing the toll taken
bv what urc known as diseases of the
| -^-generative type, such as Bright ’»
disease, cain-er, apoplexy cirrhois of
the liver, and arterial diseases. These
aro most frequent causes of disability
and death after 45 years. They are
most fr.-qijgiit among ‘he industrial
population and often exert a detri-
mental effeet on the efficiency of
workers lit earlier ages.
l*redls|UMiiig factors which contri-
bute to the occurence of those diseases
often exist in the very early |ieriods
of life. It has been urged that gen-
eral sickness insurance would go far
toward stimulating effort for the pre
ventiou of these diseases. While op-
portunity for such prevention may be
less promising than in the ease of ill
rectly coiniuunicnldc diseases, there
undoubtedly a large field for preveti
tive work, if unuertaken in time.
Successful Preventive Effoft.
Preventive work in the ease of such
communicable diseases as typhoid, tu
bcrculosis, pneumonia, and diphtheria
has been remarkab.y successful. That
in less than a generation the mortality
rate for tuberculosis has been reduced
oved 25 percent and that for typhoid
fever about St) percent is tribute to
ilic efficiency of prevention, since in
the main these results have been ac
coinplished by preventive agencies
These results have encouraged inves-
tigalora to believe that nation-wide
movement for the prevention of ill
ness would liave still greater results.
Oil this question the National indus-
trial Couferenee Board iu a recent re
port says:
“The results already attained with
a comparatively modest expenditure
nrc an earnest of the possibilities of
success iu the field of iiou-conimunic
able diseases as well, if these are at
tacked under a definite policy with a
permanent and efficient organization
mid sufficient funds. The need for
a thorough investigation of these pos-
sibilities is proven.
“Huch an investigation should be
undertaken at once. The withdrawal
from production of hundreds of thous
anils of the most robust workers for
military service already has increased
the relative importauce of the sickness
burden as related to national effic-
iency, and it will be accentuated by
further withdrawals as the w-ar goes
Oil.’’
The way to cut out partisan politics
this year is for the Democratic voters
to nominate Robertson by so large a
plurality that the Republicans and
Socialists will see the folly of making
more than one perfunctory campaign.
FOOD BRIEFS
Sugar sunk in the bottom of a ten
cup or a coffee cap is the same aa
sugar sunk in the bottom of the ocean
by a submarine—it’s wasted.
There are always a few people who
refuse to do what the government
asks them. But this should not be an
excuse for the rest of us to do like-
wise.
Reduce the eat,
In wheat and meat,
And toot the tute,
In Substitute.
There Is a work for every person to
do In this war—food is ammunition,
are you wasting It?
Sugar wasted in America wtiuld
keep many little children In the coun-
tries of our allies from starvation.
If you have a food conservation plan
or recipe pass It on to your neighbors
and your friends—be “In the service.”
That idle acre is a Qerman missis
for an American heart.
We must conquer f*he whims of our
>wn appetites before we can hope to
oonquer the German menace.
Give up fried food: save the fata ts
defeat the kaiser. A certain amount
of fat each day Is necessary to human
life.. Don’t waste an ounce; It means
the life of someon" somewhere In tha
world.
NEEL’S
HARDWARE
OKLAHOMA BINDER TWINE
23 CENTS PEE POUND, LIGHT
WEIGHT HAY TIES $1.20 PBR
BUNCH. HEAVY $1.40.
REFRIGERATORS
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
LAWN MOWERS AND HOSE
OIL STOVES and OVENS
BUGGIES and WAGONS
IN PACT EVERYTHING IN
THE HARDWARE and IMPLE-
MENT LINE.
A. C. NEEL’S
Hardware
The Best Place to Do Your Trad-
ing.
{First published June 21*t, 1918.—8t)
state of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
County, u.
In the County Court in and For Raid
County nad State.
la the Matter of the Estate of
Janies H. Rit-hardaon, Deceased.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOR THE
APPOINTMENT OF ADMINI8
TEATOR
The Htate of Oklahoma.
To the heirs and next of kin anil
creditors of the said Janies R. Richard
son, deceased:
You are hereby notified that F. V.
Askew has applied for betters of Ad-
ministration on said estate to be grant
ed o him and that saiu application
will lie heard at a regular term of
said court on the 9th -lav of July,
1918, at 10 o’clock A. M. at the Coun
ty Court room in the City of Teeumseh,
Mii-I County and Htate.
Wituess my hand this 20th day of
June, 191*.
W. H. PENDLETON,
County Judge
BALDWIN t CARLTON
Attorneys for Petitioner.
(First published June llth, 1918.—2t.)
Htate of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
County, ss.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that on May
20, 1919, at the County Treasurer ’»
Office in the City of Teeumseh, said
County and Htate, the undersigned
County Treasurer of said County, in
pursuance to legal notice offered for
sale between the hours of one o’clock
I*, M. and four o'clock P. M., of said
-lay, to the highest bidder for cash
the lots, tracts ami parcels of land
hereinafter described, and at such sale
there were no bidders, aud no person
offered to buy saiil lots, tracts ami
parcels separately and severally offer
ed for sale for the amount of taxes
-Inc and unpaid with accrued Interest
ami penalty, and the County Treasurer
thereupon bid off said lots, tracts and
parcels of laud separately and sever
ally in the name of the eouuty for the
amount set opposite the several lots
tracts ami parcels, and a tax deed has
been issued to said County Treasurer
for the use ami benefit of the said
County; And thereafter, to-wit,
June 4, 1918, said several lots, tracts
nml parcels of land were sold to Chas.
E. Wells, at and for the sum of One
($1.00) Dollar per lot, tract or parcel
and all persons are hereby notified that
the undersigned, County Treasurer,
said County and State, will ask the
Board of County Coinmissione.s of said
County, at its next meeting, to-wit,
regular July meeting of said Board, to
approve said sale, and order the County
Tieasurer of saiil County ami Htate to
execute a deed of conveyance to said
purchaser for said property so sold.
Description of Property.
Total Tax,
Interest
Date Amount Penalty
of of and
Lot Block Hale Sale Costs
Amended Plat of Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Total ..................$301.91
9 11-2-1914 $112.98 $173.73
9 11-1-19U $ 58.10 79.85
Total ...................$263.58
9 112 1914 $ 93.58 $144.24
9 11 1.1915 9 58.45 77.64
Total ...................$221.88
Choctaw
Addition to
homa.
Shawnee. Okla
11.3-1913
11-3-1913
11-2-1914
11-1-1915
$70.80
$54.91
$88.64
$69.45
$122.36
95.35
136.73
95.06
11-3-1913
$65.35
$113.10
11-3.1913
$40.40
70.68
11-2-1914
$84.06
129.77
11-1-1915
$76.57
104.60
........
$418.15
11-3-1913
$64.15
$111.05
11-3-1913
$48.87
85.05
11.2-1914
$21.12
125.30
11-1-1915
$73.71
$00.77
........
. $422.20
11-3 1913
$34.48
$ 60.62
11-3-1913
$40.93
71.58
11-2-1914
$20.03 -
32.45
11-1.1915
$19.02
27.49
$192.14
11-3-1913
$18.54
$ 33.62
11-3-1913
$21.69
38.87
11-2-1914
$14.60
24.19
11 1-1915
$11.50
17.41
.$114.09
11.3-1913
$18.77
$ 33.91
11-3-1913
$21.88
39.20
11-2-1914
$14.47
23.99
11-1-1915
$11.50
17.41
$114.51
11-2 1914
$82.13
$ 96.44
11-1.1915
$58.95
80.99
11.3-1913
$70.80
$122.36
$177.43
8
Total
21 11-2-1914
21 11-1-1915
Total ........
131 11-3-1913
131 113-1913
131 11.21914
Total ........
150 11-3-1913
150 113-1913
150 11-2-1914
150 11-1-1915
Total ........
150 11-3.1913
150 11-3-1913
150 11-2-1914
150 11-11915
Total ........
159 11-3-1913
159 11.2-1914
159 11-1-1915
Total ........
159 11-2 1914
159 11-1-1915
Total .........
$69.40
$65.27
$34.99
$28.71
$10.32
$23.57
$12.41
$44.93
$25.11
$23.57
$12.41
$42.50
$23.74
$7.08
$3.77
$3.76
$5.92
$4.28
$107.49
89.46
.$196.95
$ 61.48
50.81
17.68
.$129.87
$ 42.07
23.10
70.29
35 65
$171.11
$ 42.07
23.10
66.60
33.81
$165.58
$ 14.04
7.73
7.04
.$ 28.81
$ 11.00
7.74
.$ 18.74
161
11-3.1913
$6.48
$ 13.02
4
- 2
11-3-1013
$ 6.16
161
11-3-1913
$5.09
10.65
4
2
11-3-1913
24.25
161
11-2-1914
$2.95
6.48
4
o
11-2-1914
26.76
161
11-1-1915
$2.96
5.97
4
2
11-1-1915
23.69
Total
.$ 36.12
Total
161
11-3-1913
$ 6.42
$ 12.91
5
2
11-3-1913
$ 24.14
161
11.3-1913
$10.23
19.39
5
2
11-3-1913
34.67
161
11 2 1914
$11.95
20.16
5
2
11-2-1914
34.48
5
2
11-1-1915
29.68
Total
161
11-1-1915
$ 5.40
$ 9.23
Total
Beard’s Addition to Shawnee
homa.
3 10 11-3 1913 $47.76
3 10 113 1913 $44.50
Okla
$ 83.19
77.65
1 113 1913 $ 3.13
1 11-3-1913 18.92
1 11-2 1914 20.29
1 11 2-1915 15.47
Total .................
1 11-3-1913 $ 2.47
1 113 19K: 13.48
1 11-2-1914 14.20
1 11-1-1915 13.36
Total .................
1 11-3 1913 $ 2.17
$ 7.32
34.28
32.84
22.73
.$ 97.17 !
$ 6.20 I
24.93
23.58
19.90
.$ 74.61
$ 6.20
MANKIN’S
ECZEMA REMEDY
1
■ 8
11-3-1913
.79
3.34
Total .......’.
. .$ 6.20
1
8
11-3 1913
2.16
- 5.67
4
1 11-3 1913
$ 17.60
$ 31.92
1
8
11-2 1914
1.98
5.00
4
1 11-21914
16.24
26.68
1
8
11-1.1915
1.89
4.53
4
1 11-1-1915
15.47
22.73
Total
. . $ 18.54
Total ........
eseesesss
.$ 87.53
2
8
11-3 1913
.79
$ 3.34
14
2 1131913
$108.38
$186.25
2
H
11 3 1913
2.53
6.30
14
2 11-3-1913
50.78
88.33
2
8
11-2-1914
2.32
5.52
14
2 11-2 1914
125.05
192.08
2
8
11-1-1915
2.18
4.92
14
2 11-1-1915
69.21
94.74
Total .........
. .$ 20.08
.1
8
11.3 1913
.79
$ 3.34
Total ........
. • • . . . * . .
$561.40
3
N
11 3 1913
2.89
6 91
15
2 11-3-1913
$ 88.72
$152.82
3
8
11-2-1914
2.65
6.03
15
2 11-3-1013
84.22
145.17
3
H
11-1-1915
2.49
5.33
15
2 1121914
111.54
171.54
15
2 11 1-1915
64.25
88.10
Total .........
. $ 21.61

4
H
11-3-1913
.63
$ 3.07
Total ........
4
s 8
11-3-1913
3.25
7.52
North Park Addition to Shawnee, Ok
4
H
11-2-1914
2.98
6.53
liAomi.
4
H
11-1-1915
2.80
5.75
o£ Ni of
6
9 11-3-1913
$ 61.05
$168.84
Total .........
.$ 22.87
6
9 1131913
50.78
88.33
5
8
11 3-1913
.02
$ 3.05
6
9 1121914
90.97
140.27
5
H
11-3-1913
3.62
8.15
6
9 11-1-1915
15.67
64.40
5
8
11 2 1914
3.32
7.05
———
5
8
11-1-1915
3.08
6.13
Total ........
........ . .
$461.84
Santa Fe Addition
to Shawnee, Ok
Total .........
$ 24.38
lahoma
6
8
11 3 1913
.75
$ 3.28
n
3 113 1913
$ 2.19
$ 5.72
6
H
11-3-1913
4.18
9.10
ii
3 113 1913
2.43
6.13
6
8
11-2 1914
3.32
7.05
ii
3 11-2 1914
1.80
4.74
6
8
11-1-1915
3.56
6.77
Total ........
..........
„$ 16.59
Total ..........
.$ 26.20
12
3 1131913
$ 2.19
$ 5.72
7
8
11-3-1913
.75
$ 3.28
12
J 11-3-1913
2.43
6.13
7
8
11 3-1913
4.55
9.74
12
* 3 11-2-1914
1.80
4.74
7
w
11-2-1914
4.16
8.32
7
11-11915
3.86
7.17
Total ........
.$ 16.59
Fruit’s Addition to
Shawnee. Okla.
Total ..........
.$ 28.51
homa.
8
8
11-3-1913
.90
$ 3.53
Mouth 5 ft.
H
8
11-3-1913
5.00
10.50
13
2 112-1914
$ 8.96
$ 16.34
8
8
11-2-1914
4.53
8.89
13
2 11-11915
7.63
13.07
8
8
11-1-1915
4.15
7.56
i
Total ........
..........
.$ 29.4!
Total ..........
14
2 11-2-1914
$ 43.43
$ 71.48
9
8
11-3-1913
.90
$ 3.53
14
2 11-1-1915
36.27
5-* "3 j
9
8
11-3 1913
5.36
11.11
-!
9
8
11-2 1914
6.00
11.12
Total ........
.........
$126.08
9
8
11 -1-1915
4.45
7.96
15
2 11-2-1914
$ 42.57
$ 70.34 1
North 10 ft.
15
2 11-1-1915
$ 4.24
$ 8.15
10
8
11-3-1913
1.29
$ 4.19
!
10
8
11-3-1913
6.43
12.93
Total ........
10
8
11-2-1914
5.47
10.31
Whittaker Addition
to Shawnee, Ok-
10
8
11-1-1915
5.07
8.79
tanoma.
i
8
14 11-2 1914
$ 44.51
$ 69.65 -
Total ..........
.$ 36.22
8
14 11-1-1915
35.00
48.90 |
11
8
11-3-1913
1.29
$ 4.19
- 1
11
8
11-3-1913
7.50
14.75
Total ........
.........
$118.55 1
11
8
11-2-1914
5.80
10.81
9
14 1121914
$ 44.51
$ 69.65 I
11
8
11-1-1915
5.38
9.21
9
14 11 I 1915
35.00
48.90 !
$ :<k ur>
Total ........
12
8
11-3-1013
7.91
$ 15.45
10
14 11-2 1914
$ 44.51
$ 69.65
12
8
11-1-1915
6.06
10.12
10
14 11-,-(315
35.00
48.90
Total ..........
.$ 25.57
Total .......
$118.55
13
8
11-3 1913
$1.41
$ 4.40
11
14 11-21914
$ 44.51
$ 69.66
13
8
11-3-1913
8.67
16.74
11
14 11-1-1915
35.00
48.90
13
8
11-2-1914
5.13
9.80
13
8
11-1-1915
2.49
5.34
Total ........
$118.65
Witness nn' hand
and official seal
Total ..........
.$ 36.28
this
4th clay of June, 1918.
14
8
11-3-1913
$ 2.47
$ 6.20
R. L. ALEXANDER.
14
8
11-3-1913
9.80
18.66
County Treasurer of Pottawatomie
14
8
11-2-1914
1.20
3.82
County, State
of Oklahoma.
U
8
11-1-1915
4.33
7.80
(Heal.)
Total ..........
.$ 36.48
-
8 11-3-1913
8 11-2-1914
8 11-1-1915
Total ........
8 11-3-1913
8 11-.1-1913
8 11-2-1914
8 11-1-1915
Total ........
26 11-3 1913
26 11-2-1914
26 11-1 1915
11.19
7.11
6.27
21.02
12.81
10.40
..........$ 54.29
$ 9.00 $ 17.30
14.29 26.29
7.11 12.81
6.57 10.80
..........$ 67.20
$52.69 $ 91.57
174.97 267.95
82,36 112.36
Total ...................$471.88
26 11-3-1913 52.69 $ 91.57
26 11-2-1914 117.05 179.92
26 11 1-1915 83.34 113.68
Total ...................$385.17
25 11-3-1913 $203.25 $347.52
25 11-2-1914 142.36 218.39
Total
10
4 112 1914
$ 27.16
10
4 11-1-1915
16.80
Total ........
11
4 11-3 1913
$ 24.36
11
4 11-2 1914
29.62
11
4 11-1-1915
28.36
Total ........
12
4 113-1913
$ 31.13
12
4 11-2-1914
47.00
12
4 11-1-1915
28.36
Total ........
.$565.91
$ 43.28
24.51
$ 43.41
47.02
40.00
$130.43
$ 54.92
73.44
40.00
Resubdlvislon of Blocks Nine and Ten
of the W. J. Estes Amended
Plat of Shawnee, Okla.
1
10
11-3-1913
$ 23.02
$ 41.13
1
10
11-3-1913
21.10
37.87
1
10
11 2 1914
52.28
81.46
1
10
11-1-1915
31.55
44.28
Total
. $204.74
O
10
11-3-1913
$ 24.39
$ 43.46
o
10
H-3-1913
20.25
36.42
2
10
11-2 1914
48.47
75.67
2
10
11-1-1915
28.52
40.22
Total
.$195.77
5
10
11-1-1915
$ 30.15
$ 42.40
Total
6
10
11-1-1915
$ 30.15
$ 42.40
] POSITIVELY the be«t remedy lor
that dread disease Eczema. Also
Itch, Barber’$ Itch, Ringworm, Toe
Itch, Sweaty, Gelded or Bad
Smelling Feet. Price $1.00.
MANKIN’S DANDRUFF
REMEDY and hair tonic abso-
lutely REMOVES the Dandruflf,
prevents the hair falling out, also
stops all itching on first applica-
tion. Price $1.00.
MANKIN’S HEALING SALVE
has no equal for old sores, car-
buncles, Inflamation of any kind,
Etc. Price 50 cents.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR MONEY REFUNDED
The above articles for sale by all first
class Druggists.
THE MANKIN REMEDY CO.
Oklahoma City, U- S. A.
(First published June 7th, 1918—3t.)
State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
Oounty, ss. ’
In the District Court Within and For
Said County and State.
Virgie Rogers, Plaintiff, vs. John H.
Rogers, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
No. 6629.
The State of Oklahoma to John H.
Rogers, Greeting:
Said defendant, John H. Rogers will
take notice that he has been sued iu
tIn* above named court U|,ou the peti-
tion of the plaintiff for divorce on the
grounds of extreme cruelty, gross ueg-
loot of duty an 1 abandonment, ami
thut lie must answer the petition of the
plaintiff on or before the. 18th day of
July, 1918, or suit] petition will be tak-
en as true ami a judgment for said
plaintiff for divorce, alimony and the
custody of the three minor children of
the parties, will be rendered arcord-
ingly.
R. L. F-LYNN, Court Clerk,
j (Seal.) By Earl Aldridge, Deputy.
PARK WYATT, Attorney for Plain-
tiff.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
cole to cure In all Its stages, and that is
Catar-'i. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow-
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by all Druggists, 75c. »
I Uall’s Family Pilla for o
constipation.
1S.&
SAVINGS STAMM
. aiiouirvn
UNITED STATU 8
GOVERNMENT
For Sale
Here
' We Have
A Complete Stock of Seasonable
Merchandise
Total ................
Hamilton Place Addition to
Oklahoma.
. .$ 42.40
Shawnee,
$ 12.47
43.56
42.68
33.74
Dry Goods
Furnishings
Men’s and Ladies’
Ready-to-Wear
$ 37.94
60.94
54.41
41.77
Amended Plat of the Amended Plat
of Reserve Number One of North
Park Addition to Shawnee.
Oklahoma.
We Appreciate Your Patronage
Larsh & Hanon
..
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