The Lawton Constitution. (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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OKLAHOMA fclTV OKLA
official paper of comancht county and of the people.
LAWTON, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY EVKNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1907
Prom Wetlnesdi'.y'B Doily Constitution.
The Memphis Commercial Appeal of
the 18th publishes t hc> followi:itr, rola-
tlve to the "lawton Route.:"
The Union ajid Planters' Bonk : nd
Trust company of Memphis Is earned
as trustoe In a first mortgage fil il
with th? territorial secretary at Gutli-
Arraigned In Court
From Tuesday's Dally Constitution.
Many of the persons against whom
grand jury Indictments have been re-
turned were arraigned before the (1k-
Ir'it c<>Ui 1- yesterday aft-raoon end
ihlB morning. Each in his turn plead
J. W. Siinipson, ex-county ei rkof Co
main-he county, was Indicted some
tlirto ago 011 the iharge of umbezik-
01, ill and Illegally certifying mines of
iuro-s. At that time he was in Old
Mexico but recently he i\ turned to
I aw on and gave himself up.
rle, Okia. Saturday, to secure an issue 1 Osorg? Lodgorwood was charged with
of bonds to the amount of $6,^50,000 b>' robbery and 9e.UIng whiskay on Sun-
the Kansas Ciiy, Lawton ana Pacific j -lay; Lon Scrogglns with assault
Railroad oompany. Information of the' with inient to kill; Charley Anderson,
filing of the mortgage was received in I carrying 11 conceal; d -veapon and assau
Memphis yesterday. j It with intent to kill.
The proposed lines of the Kansas Cii
lawton and Pacific railway company,. Five Hundred Party
it is Announced, will extend from Kail
Baa City to San Diego, a distance of
some 1,600 ml leu, and at an estimate
From Tuesday's Dally Constitution.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd entertained last
The issue of bonds' evening In honor of Misses Hoagland
cost of $40,000,000.
lb which the local bank is named as | and llarshaw, ot Hutchinson, KaJisas
The diversion of the evening wan the
card game of Five Hundred. Three of
trustee, is to construct a portion of th
road some 240 miles in length from
Muskogee to Lawton, and from Dust-
in lo Wewoka, in Oklahoma, and Ijaw
ton, Oklahoma, Is to be made a paaeeti
per and freight division. The naming
of the Union and Planters bank end
Trust Co., as trustee for tho pur
pose of having the institution certify
to and approv3 the bonds.
'i 1 e purchasers of the bonds just is-
biud are eastern bond buyers. The of-
ficers of the proposed rood lire George
M. Paschal^ Lawton, Okia; pres d~nt; I
JL W. Scott, Now York, vice prcs'dant
C. M. Rawlings, St. Louis, eeonatary 1111
treasurer. Tho W. K. Burton company,
of Memphis, Is the sou them f iianoial
agent, and Clarence Wells, assistant tc
the vice-president, of the Mexican Can
tral for a number of years is to be the
general manager, while K. A. Hall wUl,
be assistant goneml manager. Th«j
headquarters will be. 'in St. lcou'.b.
C. M. Rnwl'.ng, secretary and trrvs j
ti.tr, was in Memphis yesterday, and
stated that wo k of actual construct |
io.i will begin March 1st, on the 24(
miles from Muskogee to Lawton, and 1
DHBtin to Wewoka, in Oklahoma.
the guests won, first prizes and the |
cutting resulted in Mr. Riddle winning
the prise. A most excellent one-cour- ,
se luncheon was served. It consisted
of cake, coffee and ice cream. The re-
freshments were unique in that the 1
ice cream was in various shapes.
Those present were;Messrs. and Mas ;
dames Dole, Sleeper, Crabtree, Clark,
Lloyd, Misses Hoag'and, Harshaw, El-
lswoith, Joy, Cobb, Messrs. Champitn,
Giaybill, Riddle, SaUzgaber, ^Uis, Rob
ertsor, f.nd leaders.
From Wednesday's Dally Constitution, j
Hon. Lee Cruce, of Ardmore, who is 1
a candidate for democratic nomination
for governor of the new state spoke ^
at the court house last evening. He
discussed state politics in general,
The line of the proposed road) is froi giving a nice smooth talk and made a
K 'fsrs City to .!opl'Ji in Missouri, Mui gllo(i impression
I.e.gee and Lawton, Oklahoma, El Paso The speaker dwelt at length on the
Tex.. Carlsb d, N. M. through the nor- m,just freight rates that hav.j Ijcen th-
in part of M xleo, to San Diego, Cal. 1 rUBt upon the citizens of the new state;
The fpet one of the largest fi- under the republican rule, a condition j
1 anclal insti i titions In Memphis v. as that j,a„ heiil sway for the last lx (1,0 |cie8"„
s.-iected to •• lis trustee for til's bond years, yet no action has been taken by ,
1 ... ompha /. s th" growing importer the party In power to correct them. j
a el tins c is a financial u'-'d com- Another topic, that receiv d consid 1
tno. Ial cen , as it is usual to make entlon was the reduction of taxes on |
•jl such arrangements through rome j-a iroad property and the material ad I
i f the larger Eastern banks . but the vanoei of taxes on farms and other pr-
officials of ttonew read r-'flfc'ae the operty, under a republican form of
lact lhat Memphis is one of the great territorial government. He domemstr
railroad gateway of the southwest at;d that the only time the railroads
and that tills city will be In direct tou Were forced to pay Just tax was when
ch with the new roid's territory «Pnd tlio territory was under a democratic
they < xpect to still further inter st the administration.
• Memphis capitalists in the develop- Following Mr. Cruce came Roford
nn>nt ot the territory'In Oklahoma and Biaid, of Chickasha, a candidate for
Indian 'lerrltory along the line of the congressman from this district. He
CANT DO BUSINESS
From Saturday Daily Constitution.
This proposition has been introduc-
ed I11 the Oklahoma constitution;!] cou
Tliat the following insurance com-
panies known In the Wolchers la tlx
late Siin Francisco fire, which said
companies failed to pay their lossas in
full and led In the fight to enforce the
policy holders to accept seventy-five
tjents, or less, on their policies, name
Phoenix of Brooklyn.
London and Lancanshirc.
Orient of Hartford.
State of Liverpool.
Knglish American Underwriters
' Scotch Underwriters.
American of New Jearswy.
National of Hartford,
! British America.
I British-America of New York.
Western of Toronto.
j National Union of Pittsburg
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Ph iladelphia Underwriters.
Delaware of Philadelphia.
North western National.
Northwestern Fire and Marine
Assurance Company of America.
Aachen and Munich.
Globe and Rutgers.
Securlity of New Haveu.
Commercial Union of Now York
Commercial Uniou of London.
Alliance of London.
Williamsburg City, (on earthquak
Petit Jury Drawn.
From Wednesday's IXUly constitution.
The petit jury as drawn for this
term of court follows: P. D. And te-
non, j. T. Brass, William Bower, John(
Braun, W. M. Buell. W. M. Carlisle,
K. S. C stle, Llo.vd D.llon, C. H. Dean,
W. H. Dyer, K L. Gordon, E. A. Gray.
W. T. Glenn, W. C. Hamosn, J. J.
lloi I man, O. L. Kennedy, W. C. Uiird,
0. L. Hudson, 0. D. K iinett, B. L.
1, tiard, E. W. Murphy, J. T. M >rris,
C. (' Mullvaney, B. T. MeGow ui, 11. A.
Nolly, L( wis Optttl, R. H. Paschal, D.
R. Rankin, J. L. Sanderson, E. D. Sh-
ackkford, J. S. SiKtice, J. C. Tandy,
A. Tucker, C. L. Thornton, anil J. W
Another Spurring Match
BIDDERS TO FILE
DATE SET FOR
II1DDFRS TO FILE MOH 20
From Tuesday s Dally Constitution.
Chic Tucker, of New York City, the
light weight prize fighter, hws uiatchet
a I eli round battle with Kid Rose, of
Kansas City, Each weight ib at 128
pounds. Several weeks ago Tucker, had
sparring match with Mike Rice, a
soldier of the 13th cavalry at Fort Bill
and won an easy victory. Ho and Hose
will be In training twenty days. Tut t Be 9 4s 14. $2150.
er f headquarters are in this city.
Bailey, John W. Wichita Falls, Tex.,
ne 28 4s 1G, $lt 20.
Becne, Otis I.. Llndsey ' T. sw 12 2s
Ilywater, Ralph 1), Lawton, Okia hoi
Its 3 4 s 1-2 nw 1-4 1 Is 13, $1 00.
Itrody, Horris, Rog: rs I'ark, 111, No.
fi25. Kenil .vorth, ne 7 3s 12, $Hi0tl.
Crouch, Herthe M, Lawton, Okia, st
29 3s 14 $1480.
denver, Harrison F, Vernon, Tex,
nw 28 4s 16, $1290.27.
Carpenter. Francis J Perry, Okia, ne
13 Is 13. $1850.
Cuss, John A, Ipava, 111, Its 1 2 s 1-
2 ne 1 4n 10, $1574.40.
Dtllinger, Jas N, Comanche, 1 T.se
24 3s 15, $1080.
Kversole, Ophelia, Elk City, Kan, nw
2 4s 15, $1280.
Gatton, Henry M. Gilmore City la,
Grand Jury Empaneled
l.ate th's afternoon the grand Jury
wis empaneled and instructed. Th
jury is composed of C. B. Bellamy, j.
K. Bn«irfJt, W. T. Chlldv, W. H. Cooiior-
F m. English, T. N. Gay, O. R. Q lleipl
A. J. ILarrs, Frank Harvey, A. B. Hall
11 E. Julien. F. A. M InUra, C. A. Pr-
octor, D. II. Pearson, R. H. Sulton,
ajid Roy Wallace. C. W. MuKay,
near Comanche, I T., luriv il here
th's moriiing, li-iviug loft bus wife at
home In a dying condition. The court
heard his case immediately and he waa
relcnsod from serving on tho jury.
Thlrty-oae prisoners were taken
from the county jail and marched into
t««e court room to w'tn. ss the ompanol
lug of the grand jury.
Good farm Tor sale 8 miles from La-
ton, nearly all cotton, raise corn, oats,
alfalfa, wheat. Plenty water for stock
Fresh enws for safc". Atldress John F.
Barrand, 9 W corner, sec. 18, 1 N 12.
Call at the place. No agnets. 2-6 w4
Pay Yeur Taxes
j dvertis mont of all unpaid per-
sotuil taxes will soon be made. The
county treasurer's force is busy mak-
ng up the list. 'Pax warrants will b>;
issued against tho property in March
unless the taxes ara paid.
$5 REWARD! !
The above reward will be paid for
the return, of one white and lemon col-
ored pointer dog. The above desrrib-
Hardman, Louisa E. Temple, Oklu e(j ,j0(, disappeared from near Miller's
se 33 4s 15, $1936. j dry goods store In Lawton, on the 27t
Jackson, Bon C, Wichita Falls, lex, December. Is about eight yeaot
sw 8 4s 14, $1005. j 3id and nnswers to the namo of Sanx
Littleton, Geo W, Frederick, Okia,1 Hft(J n(J conar on at time ot disappear
Its 1 2 e 1-2 nw 19 3s 15, $2000. 1 llnoe.
Mounts, MatUe E, Frederick, Okia, ^ information leading to his re-
ne 14 3s 15, $1280. j covery will be liberally rewarded.
M«Cul e, Edward S, Kingfisher, Ok Respectfully, 1-28™
nw 26 Is 12, $1125. I a. B. March, 309 D Ave.,
McBride, John F, Forris, Tex, liw 12 j Lawton. Oklahoma.
4b 16, $2800.15. |
M.ller, Jake J, lawton, Okia, sw 15 ^
Is 12 $$1625.
Morris K W, Talala, 1 T nn, 35 2s 16.
McKnight, Samuel L, Walter, Okia 1 j
R 1 1 3 4 e 1-2 sw 7 3s 12, $1226.
Nixos, CyruB L, nw 8 3s 14, $1800- j
Odor L Burgess, Anthony, Kan, its (
3 4 s 1-2 nw 2 3a 14, $1610. j jiYom Tuesday's Dally constitution.
Pearson, Robert L, Frederick, Okia-1 ^jj members of the city council
T>"d Jrtry th's mornlnl w 24 3s 15 jmo.75. 'were present with the mayor in tho
lhe.t two w'mbers| prouge) George E, Anthony, Kan, nw iAflt evening to bear the report
GRAND JURY NOT
THE WATER SUP-
PLY STEPS TO IN-
To Cremate Body
JTrom Wednesday's Daily Consuto*soa
Charls Richter, a stone cutter of this
oity, died at the Lawton hospital yes-
terday a'ternoon, of dla.bat.os. li s as11
is sixty-seven and he work <1 upon the
Improvement of the Comanche county
court houat last fall. His home is in
Chioago and his wife will arrive today
to accompany the body back to Ch ca-
go. Should the d sir s of the deceas-
ed be followed, hds body w 11 be cre-
mated. A clause i.u the insurance pol-
loy provides for the cremation ot his
New Brunswick, 70 cents
Austin of TeXiis.
German of Freeport.
American of Philadelphia.
Gorman of Peoria.
American of Boston
North German of New York
North erman of New (York.
That the above settlements being
on the account of dishonesty of these
companies in the settleme.t of their
Be it therefore provide* that tike a
companies be and
Krom Tuesday's Dally Constitution.
When the district court undertook
to empanel the
It was learned
were absent. They werey Judge G. W•' 27 2s 15, $1500.
McKay, of near Rush Springs, 1. T., f *
ex-district judge of Kansas, and R. W. |
Hensler, who lives nine mtlcs from
Attachments were immediately i-i-
sued for tho t w-> grand jurors and Ton
Waiker. United States marshal, wa3
armed with the Instruments and loft| e 12 nw 3(J 5s n $2050.
this afternoon for Frederick* send ng 1 Ritter, Herman, Alva,
nother deputy to Rush Springs. Mr. 13 ji«80.
McKay h.as written a letter U> the coup j Joseph,
stating that he was quite deaf, rjld| aa 12 $2105.50.
could not serve. The court remarked a,m fre j(«eph 11, Wetumka
of the committee of flvo gentlemen
Patton, Albert S Yukon. Ok. nw 34 at a apec'al meeting of the-
2s 14, $1250.
Peeler, Edley G Lawton,
C Ave, 11W 20 4s 11, $1650.
Parker, Larkin J, Sentinel, Okfa, sw
3 4s 15, $1253.
Ro'j. !s, Luke, Guthrie, Okia, Its 1 2
' I 5s 12, $2050.
Okia, se 20
Yukon, Okia, se 34
atkid that hio was here as a matter of
courtesy and not with the hope of car-
ry.ng Comanche county over Its "fa-
vorite sons." That the people of this
coin ty would support their own men
but if he succeeds in tho race he says
he will not only strive for a brigade j h°ve I1,'m'£
post at Fort Sill, but a division point;
th'.t Lawton has been given a fider-
al court as has also his city; if he | stuto 0 10—;
is elected to congress that L .wton sho I / 1 li II TAWNSTT V,S
vld have just as good a fed ira.1 build- j ITl W II l J lv 11 M U ' 1"'k-
ing as Chickasha, and that Chickasha
should have :is good a building as It
is in his power to secure. •
He discussed nation '1 issues to somt
extent. The mooting was successful
in evory particular.
that it w:is the court's business to do
t.he excusing in such cas°s and that
he was going to do it. because the per
son can not excuse himself.
If the attachments can be served to-
day the grand jury will be convened
tomorrow and then if It is necessary
to got additional men to fill the vac-
ancles it can b done.
Dat.s liave l.oj set by the court for
the hearing of applications for natura-
lization. They are as follows; At Law
ton, Comanche County, Tuesday, April
2- at Anadarko, Caddo County, Tues-
day, May 7; and at Hobart, Kiowa
County, Tuesday, May 28. Upon those
various dates It Is anticipated that the
arejre will be a large number of foroign
hereby forever prohibited from trans-j born citizens who will apply for clti-
acting an insurance business in 111- j /.euship.
half sw 28 5s 12, $1041.33.
Sullivan, William W, Burton, Kans,
i,e 29 2s 12 $1610.
Stafford, George H, Frederick, Oklu,
ne 23 4s 12, $1655.
Spalding, Richard G, Lindsay, 1 T,
nw 34 3s 14, $2375.
Short,ridge, John M, Shawnee, Okia,
ne 34 3s 14 $2304
Sull'ms, Roberts A, Lawton, Okia
ne lialf nw quarter 11 3s 15, $3tiO.
Sarrett, Ixuilsa, Davidson, Okia, ne
30 4s 14, $2400.
Sturgeon, William M, Buffalo, Mo,
nw 27 2sss
nw 27 2s 13, $1290.
SUcctt, Walt r D, Fort Bill, Okia—
se 31 2s 12, $1800.
Varner, Fr d, Fredorick, Okia, R R
5, mw 20 4s 15, $1760.
Wilson, Robert, Western Springs,
III, se 10 is 12, $1710
ouncll Saturday evening tc look in-
to the matter of an additional supply
of water for the c«*y. Tho report was •
"We, your committee appointed to
Investigate tho known water resources
for temporary relief, liavo canvassed
the conditions carefully and beg leave
to submit tlbo following report with
ecommendatious that it be carried out
"We have assurance from the com-
manding offcer at. Fort Sill, that they
vv.il einiu.' se tile laying of pipe oa or
ailing the Rock island right-of-way.
to a point about at the present cross-
ing of M sdlcine creek and tho rock
island railroad and the privilege to
Install the necessary pump for deliver-
ing water, from the tost well which tin
government has dug, and which wilt
furnish us ample water to relieve the
present conditions and continue such
relief until a permanent site is secured
tun! the new system installed. This
water Is the same as to purity an qu-
al :y as our piesent well water and
v, 'I pns rve 'lie pres; nt health of our
cit /.ens. This plan involves the lay-
ing of a six inch main and ths instal-
lation of a pump sufficicnf size to de-
liver the water, and this pipe will ba
of value in extending the system over
the city and all additions, when tho
permanent supply is ready for use, and
The Local Market
mizah Mitchell, 27, anil Maud Wil-
son, 22, both colored, of Anadarko.
l^ouis Moore, 42, and Miss Caroline
Allfn, 45, boili colored, of Comanche.
James Davis, 45, and Altoe TedTord
It will be poss WIe for the various 39, both colored, of Lawton.
,1 roads contemplating routes throng | Jacob W. Rtimer 43, luml
•, Kiowa-Oamancne Indian pasture Maynle Chishohn, 38 both of Hasdngs
t rvo of a half-million acres to est- John B. Cates, 30, and Mr.. Maiy
polish townsites as soon as Pre.'dent Thompson, 25, both of
gBa R^velt signs the bill presented to1 Sam Lu.nan, 24, and M, « Willie Ow-
. 6 00 congress by Congressman Stephens, of ens, 17, both of Lawton
Texas ' J« mce Uen' a7' ^ * Kattie.Orif
35. I This bill ''as passed both houses fin 18, both of Liwton.
superintendent of schools. It gives tV ^ '.'.34. without opposition and mafc«, ttopro-j ot WtU^T'
Indians side of an old trouble. It to HogB por cwt .. ..6:00 to 6.25. v,sio® that w ere one or mi Georg" E. G*iy, 22, and U ss Estel-
on of President CfttUe> butcber gtu« .. 2.00 to 2.50. steaders. the numbe, not * ^ 1(j both of Nellie.
Fat .teem md helf« ..$.00 to U ^ ^ oommute for| James Hapcock, 26, cotorod, of Fort
Looks Likfi A Winner
"Qeron'me s Story of His Life" i« a ! ootton 700 to
mofct interesting book, written by B. |lay p,r tan _
U. Barrett, <.«? iJiwton, catid.ilnte for new, per bushel No.
Wagoner, Uiu'b D, Stover, Mo, se w)H rc6ult in tho smallest direct loss
to the city when it is abandoned,
his plan, you will bear in mind,.
11 2s 14 $1143.50.
Wool ever Lige, Marlow, 1 1, sw lo
2fi 8, $3980.50.
_, T_. . la only secured as a temporary r-llef
Weeks, Frank, Chandler, Okl.1, nw aB(j w0 wm have to carry forward our
the democratic nomination for
Oats, mixed per to
published by permii
Roosevelt and War Department. Prof.
Barrett looks like a winner In his me
—Vinita, I. T., Loader.
100 Entries Each Day
Cabbage, per lb
Potatoes, psr bu ..
Turkeys per lb
Eggs, per do" • ■
Chickens, ovor thro©
..$.00 to t
4r.u 640 acrs limit, desire to oommute for,
;; ;.2\ 2 townsue purposes they may do so at WortH, Texas I MatUe Jones, col-
75. any Ouxa. There is no restriction as ored, of Waxehevtchk, Texaa._
0. to how tar apart these townsites must, PriSOnei DrenHS UUt
♦ 'Vb ^ Early in the spring the government' Fiom Wedn-^r. 1W ConstltuUon.
will dlspOM Of tho lots in the Ind.an; John Gtenn. an ex-soldier at toH
townsites. Just how many towns will ^ was ro«,ntly arrested on the
be established undor the new townslte charge of stealing a number of sad-
bin it Is imposs ble to estimate, but dies from "3h'Jrty Crane, broke ja.l
It i• safe to say there will bs as many last night and made hi. escape. Glen
as the surround ng country can sup- , crawled on top of the upper tier of
. , ceii8 and pryed (hie bar from e up
1 ix. rt.
present plans, at all possible speed,
as the time estimated to secure other
sources was suggested as approximate
ly one year.
"Your committee urg?s th's plan as
the best for temporary relief, and that
immediate efforts be made to secure
grant for permanent line across ths
The well referred to In the report is
located north of the fort and north of
Armstrong, Logau, Three LakssWas Medicine creek, one hundred feet west
hlngton, ne 12 5n 19, $1400. I of the Rock-lslanil rlghUfc-way. U
Bockham, L'.nwood, Apache, Okia, is what is known as Test well No. 2.
nw 32 3s 15, $1010. land has been abandoned by the mlL
Barnes, 8to«-wall J, Henrietta, Tex itary department. They have asked
' . not/in ♦/ fill i n the
e 29 4s 11, $2240.
28 3B 12, $1850.
Wilham, Goorge 11, Clearwater
ne 9 5s 12, $2005. f
Woodward. Frank S, Manhattan, 111,
ne 25 2s 12, $1710.
Wynn, Claude L, Frederick, Okia, n
1-2 se 1-4 sw 1-4 se 1-4 3 3s 15 $2AtO.
Yaiies, William C, Comanche, 1 T,
oe 14 In $, $2415.
BIDDERS TO FILE MOH 21.
From Tuesday's Dally ConMUttlon.
Request has l>en made by the regis- ..
tor and receive of the Lawton land of Chicken, under three U>
rjee that they be permitted to enter j Turnips, per bu
but fifty successful b dders dally. Th* i 9w.et potatoes, per
sectelary of the Inte-ior overruled the Broom oorn per ton .. ..$3a to
petition of the 1«cal land office and a i Butte*, per lb ■
that the aid pi A ot one hundred a : rnTTON 1 Congress passed the bill yesterday, per part of one of the north windows
Beginning M rch 18,1 nC°™N. [x>w clo9e ' ™ ^ £u, the president In duo and jump d to the ground. He to aJ-
,e received each day , ™ If ti ml ThJtvho have clal- so want d on th> charge of grand ar-
for three days and then seventy-five Mee # ^ g • # ^ ^ ;.lonK ^ diff .rent proposed lines ceny and a reward of $2# is offenul by
for two days and thm the one hun-j.Miy • # M of ra(ltoad wiU bogin to get busy. , the shoi-iff.
ti ed list will be entered. Juty
Bailer, James H, Minhabtan, Kans-
ne 26 4s 11, $2000.
Bowman, Hattle H, Des Moimes, la,
R R 6, nw 2 2s 12 $1608.
Carroll. Goorge W, Tctnple, Okia, ne
24 4s 15, $201#.
Ciytus, Mose, Malone, Texas, se 1-4
14 4b 11, $2500.06.
Culbreath, Frank C, Seymour, Tex,
sw 6 3a 15, $2000.
day be followed.
En *nl'.'les will be
that mon.y be set aside to fill up the
well. So far as the local army offic-
ers are concerned they are willing that
the city should use this well to glva
While the well was under direict
experiment, 150000 gal. weo-e pumped la
twenty-four hourB, and there was no
diminution In the supply. One
very notlcsbl? feature ot the water lis
this well is that it is four degrees col-
Campbril William M, Hobart, Oklu, der than any of the surrounding water
H 5n 19 $1581. * I*1"! n ls tha J'ldera° l of th" dr ilerm
Connor, WUlliun E Witcher OH#It that the supiUy 1b not conUoll :d by any
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