Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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1*17 KU W K K K I A' .
BY II18A <fc CARR.
Official City and County Paper.
Call for Convention.
A democratic t onv
by the Democratic
for the purpom
the various oily «
community to the extent of $70. If
Denver community will do this well it
will help him very much.
Literary every other Friday night
at Highland. Everybody is invited to
Miss Carlie Chcaney, of Norman,
hIIp'I |,as becu visiting with Mrs. Russell
Prof. Tom Cheatwood was in our
town Monday. He says his school is
holding up well this bad weather.
About five hundred rabbits have
been killed in this settlement since
the snow has been on the ground.
Vr. Newman, one of our best (arm-
ors, moved to Wynnewood ttiis week.
We regret losing him very much.
A farewell party was given at Mr.
Newmans Wednesday night. All who
were present report a splendid time
Mrs. Jim May, Miss Louise Chafiin,
Oscar May and (leorge Young went
over to Dave Oliphant's Friday on
France Oliphant has moved in from
Arkansas and will make this his fu-
ture home. He says he feels at home
here as nearly all of the people in this
community are from Arkansas.
A musical entertainment was given
at the home of Mr. Kidds Friday
night. Those in attendance were:
Mi ses Allie Oliphant, Verda and An-
, , w ua Boyd, Pearl aud Emma Hoy and
. Hnnounrt' > J Wilkin.
th- .loiiuvr.ii, : llattie Russell. Messrs. John Darker.
ontion ti hereby
•if noiulnaliOK candidate* for
• in the oily of Norman
on Wcdnenday. March Bth, at 7 :3o p in., in the
probate court room. It If recommended th t
the ward caucuaea b<- held on Tuesday, March
7, commencing at 7 o'clock a in sharp, ami
closing at 8o'clock p 111 sharp The number
of delegates from each ward shall be one del
egate for each ten votes or major fraction
thereof cast for City C lerk In lima
It is further recommended that the candi-
dates for Council men, Board of Kducatlon
and one Committeeman b«- elected at thc«e
ward meetings. Tin- number <>i delegates
from each ward whall be ah follow ■
Ward 1—Klght delegates
Ward 2—Seven delegates.
Ward 8— Kight delegates.
Ward 4—Kight delegates.
The ward meetings will be held at toe fol-
Ward 1. Probate Court Room
Ward 2, Scruggs' Carpenter shop
Ward 3, McCoj s Carpenter Shop.
Ward 4, Polio© Court Room.
J. K. I'YI.KS, 8 J WlLaiMH,
We arc authorii. ti to announce A W Ktsh
er a* a candidate for City Attorney, subject t«
the action of the democratic coiiventloc
We arc authorised to announce Ike >alc f« i
City Marshall, subje t to the action of Uh
democratic convention March 8th
We are authorlt*
ftirPolice Judge. • jeCt
conventt. n to u- h 1 March sth ke>. Boyd, Pee and Ed Oliphant, Hud
We are authorised to announce J F Norman j (* juiam, Jim Boyd and Mr. Oakey,
who is visiting Mr. Boyd's folks from
City Attorney, subject to
n«ntton to 1* Lei I March >
as a candidate h
the democratic c
We ar* authorised t announce J W Arm
strong as * candidate for City A««e**or, sub-
ject to the democratic contention to bo held
We are autbortaad to anr> unce Jo* Vincent
for City tlerk aubject to the action of the
demivratic «*vtD"^n March *th
All report a most excellent
Jessie I.ill) is slowly convalescing.
Miss Allie Lee Cox is on the sick list
j this week.
L B. Jones and family have moved
j to Norman.
Seems as if North Dakota and Mich-
igan were paying us a visit.
Mr. Albrecht has moved to his farm
that he purchased of Mr. Moon.
! Mr. and Mrs. Janeway were visiting
We are thinking of having a box a w R Lassjters last Monday,
supper real soon. W W. Mi/er visited at his Nephew
Robt. Maphis spent Friday on his Mf Gco Mi/er a part 0f |ast week.
I nion Point.
Mrs. Ben Clay was sick last Mon-
Oscar Orrick is on the sick list this
Sam Rogers was on the sick list
Mrs. Will Ward is sick with an at-
tact of la grippe at this writing.
Dr. Hoschal, of Franklin, was a
Stella visitor one day last week.
Prof. Floyd Swank was an honored
visitor at school Friday afternoon.
There have been several begging
peripatetics in this portion of the coun-
ty this winter.
Sure enough statehood was erron-
eously reported here last week. We
are still living in hopes of this blessed
boon, though we die in despair.
John Studholme, postmaster
Stella, sent his picture to one of our
prettiest girls for a valentine. Isn't
that using the mails for fraudulent
A weather report came iu yesterday
by way of our mail man stating that
another severe storm was expected by
the 14th, away down below zero, 30 or
If his groundhogship had the cour
age to emerge from his den the 14th
he undoubtedly saw his shadow which
means six more weeks of wintery
weather. Arn't we glad we're iu the
black jacks where wood is abundant?
Tom Harrison while out sleigh rid
ing Tuesday and accompanied by his
wife, accideutly struck a stump up
setting his sleigh and throwing them
out, breaking oue of Mr. Harrisons
arms. His wife sustained uo. serious
Mr. Lydick's many friends aud fol
lowers here are very much elated over
his success as a legislator. We have
the right man at the helm and feel
sure he will steer us clear of all trou
blesome or destructive breakers. Let
the good work go on in the name of
A Candidate for Mayor.
The time will soon come when the
democrats of Norman must nominate
candidates for city offices. The pay-
ing positions will not go a beggiug for
the want of candidates to select from.
The office of mayor seems to be the
most difficult to find a man who will
aspire for it. The jtosition is an im-
portant one, and while it carries uo
emoluments with it it is the duty of
the citizens to urge the best man to
make the sacrifice. Who will we have?
The question is asked a dozen times
each day. Norman has several good
reliable men who could do honor to
Those spoken of up to date are, Dr.
Bobo, John E. Millar, Dr. Capshaw,
W. H. Blackmon, W. T. Mayfield, B
Tate, E. K. Himes, A. D. Acers.W.
M. Newell,Dr. J. A. Davis, J A. Joues
andj. S. Buchanan. Any of the above
gentlemen would make a good candi
date and lead the democracy to victory
farm hunting rabbits.
Mrs. Mary Shadrick was on the
sick list first of last week.
Mrs. Donielson, who has been very
sick with pneumonia, is slowly improv-
Mrs. Cochran, of Noble, visited her
daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Grimniitt, last
Willie and Verna Froneberg were
out of school Thursday and Friday on
account of bad weather.
S. M. Walter, Louis Hall, Ross
and Chas. Gower have made sleighs to
enjoy the snow y weather.
It seems that "the woman in the
moon" had not picked her geese iu
long time, from the amount of feathers
that fell Tuesday evening.
Miss Myrtle Walter and her cousin,
Miss Viola Stoue, of Mankato,
Mr. Boswell has moved on his farm
just north of the Roy Howell place.
R. C. Daniels has ordered a buggy
from a factory at Evansville Indiana.
Quite a number of our people got their
feet aud ears frost bitten last Saturday
"Dick" Massey made a trip from the
Pott, Country up here last Friday after
his son, James.
Attendance at school for the last
Month has been light on account of
the cold weather.
Mrs. Ethel Todd is visiting at Mr.
Keller's six miles north and one east
of Norman, this week.
Rev. N. B. Woods came out to fill
his appointment Saturday and Sunday
but the bad weather prevented.
Mrs. J W. Grotts has been sick lor
D. Kuhlman from Nebraska is visit
ing his brother, J.H. Kiilman this week
Mt. Sammetinger is preparing to saw
lumber judging from the nice lot of
logs he has sliding.
Mr. P. C. Lessly and family areen
joying a visit from J. K. Maxev of
Kingston, I. T., this week.
Pont forget the lecture Sunday at
3:30. The Singing League will meet
at 1 o'clcck. Everybody come.
The farmers in this community are
dissatisfied with the present low prices
of cotton have decided to reduce the
cotton acreage and plant a more diver
sified crop. Correspondents let us hear
We do not know exactly how cold
got this time but one of our little riv
farmers who formerly lived in a coun
try where the thermometer registered
24 degrees below zero said that Satur
day's blizzard was the worst he ev
experienced. From the appearance of
Mi. Charles E. Moon and family have ; his ears it must have been below free
sas. called on Misses Jessie and Adelia moved to Norman We are sorry to j mg
have to give up our moon but what is
our loss is Norman's gain.
Taylor last Friday afternoon.
T. Abshver is on thesicklist.
. w. a? a N . r:: a: .s.t >r ,
Mrs. Sarah Boyd spent Monday
*ith Mrs. Dr. Hoshall
Mr. Joe Springs who has been uite
ill with pneumonia i> convalescent.
There has beeu uo Sund. . School
for several Sundays on acc .nt ' the
Mrs. J. E. Hicks who has beeu con-
fined to her bed ft 1 some time 1- non
able to be up.
The Methodist people are contemp-
lating building a church during the
The oldest child of Mr. Walter
Martin, of Norman was buried at the
Franklin Cemetery last Friday.
The boys have en; ved the snow
and put in good time hunting. Ouite a
large number of rabbits were killed
The oyster supper which was u
given at the scho- ' boose last Saturday
We regret to learn of the death of
Walter Martin's baby which occured
last week Mrs. Martin's family is
certainly having their share of trouble
this being the third death of near re-
latives sinct Jan. 1st.
Ne Hope School.
art for the month of January:
enrolled 5- : average attendance
■ither tardy nor al>sent- Fred
Elmer Marr< •*. Minnie Blauton.
The celebrated Wilcox Brothers will
begin a series of temperance meetings
in Norman on Sunday evening, Feb
This is the brightest, strongest and
best presentation of of the temperance
issue in its modern significanse and its
utest phases that has ever been given
the public. The lectures are
thoughtful and logical, earnest and
convincing, bright and entertaining,
Some of the lectures are illustrated
with stereoptican views. Good music
aud pleuty of it.
Admission free except for the last
lecture. An offering will be made
on each evening. Begining Sunday-
evening next; continuing through the
week. Watch for the bills giving the
place and subjects.
The junior clasp of the University ^
was royally entertained here Tuesday
night by Prof, and Mrs. W. K. Hum
phreys, at a valentine party held in
the parlors of the Arliue hotel.
Mrs. Humphreys was recently se-
lected as class mother by the juniors
aud the delightful manner in which
she and Mr. Humphreys made every
one feel at home certainly proved the
wisdom of the class in their choice.
A merry crowd of about twenty-five
juniors was present and spent the
evening in playing progressive hearts
and flinch. Daiuty refreshments were
served iu a most appropriate valentine I
style, and two gentlemen of color im- j
ported from Guthrie—(two University ,
students with blackened faces) served j
as waiters and created considerable;
amusement. A very pretty souvenir
was given to each guest As the
crowd departed every one agreed that
the event was a most pleasant atfair.
PEEBLES & MORTER
Bonded Abstracters, Farm Loans, Real Estate and Insurance.
in cultivation; 15 acres
Carrie Nation Coming.
Word has beeu received by friends
of the great hatchet weilder that she
will surely be here in the near future, j
She is unable to announce the date i
yet. but due notice will be given the j
public. So watch out for her.
See nur list of bargains for this week:
60 acres of land adjoining town; 45 acres
pasture; an ideal place for a dairy farm.
Half section miles from town; 125 acres in cultivation; balance
in pasture, at only per acre.
A fine quarter section 3 miles from town at a bargain if taken at
once; can be bought ou easy terms.
ifio acres, good four room house, barn for ten horses, living water
go acres in cultivation, 36 acres valley, balance good up land, Go acres
good pasture This cau be had at $21 per acre.
160 a^res 10 miles from railroad, 100 acres in cultivation, balance
in pasture; price #1,400; $500 can run 7 years at 6^ per cent.
160 acres adjoining Norman; 100 acres in cultivation, balance in
pasture, good 5 room house, plenty of water; a bargain at $40 per acre.
160 acres improved land in Caddo County, Okla , j'i miles from
Binger on R. I. We would trade this place for Cleveland County land,
either prairie or black jack land.
A nice 4 room house and 3 lots, only 2lA blocks from the business
part of town, east of railroad; only $800; one-half cash, balance a
per cent on easy terms.
A modern residence in a fine location iu Oklahoma City.
Money tor Farmers:
better prices, we wish to call attention to the easy terms and low rate
of inteiest we are offering ou first class real estate See us or write to
us about farm loans.
PEEBLES 8c MOOTER
Phone 22 N. Main St., ov ef GitV INat'l ftanK
McCune, Jackson Jt Company is the
name of the new firm who will succeed
the firm of E. E. Bailey & Company
furniture dealers. The deal was closed
last Saturday aud the stock was in
oiced this week.
R. J. McCune was a member of the
late firm and is one of the best furni-
ture and undertaking men in Oklahoma
Mr. I. M. Jackson conducted a bus
iness in Norman until the past year
when he was employed by Meyer &
Meyer. The new firm are good busi
ness men and the public can always
expect fair and courteous treatment.
The Democrat Topic, predicts a sue
cessful career for the new firm.
xon Me Daniel, and
Or* McGUI, Elmei
iura Burke, lead the
Mrs H. R. McDos
school in spell-
Mr. Ashford drove his beef
off this week.
Miss Austin spent Sunday wi
parents in Noble.
Miss Ola Kennedy was visiting Miss
Viuce Nolan this week.
Jeff CastKman was appointed dis
trict clerk at Highland.
Mr. InwtH'd *ent to Noble Saturday
after medicii.e * 1 Mr. Dixon.
Miss Allie Oliphant was visiting
Iks this week.
Fre Trip to Mexico
The Mexican Agricultural Land Co
of Norman, Oklahoma, is being organ
lzed with a capital stock of 5150,000,
divided into 1,500 shares of $100 each
for the purpose of purchasing a tract
of 57.400 acres of fine agricultural
laud in the the state of Oaxaca, Mexi*
co,located on the V. C. & P. R. R.
Free transportation to the land and
return will be furnished one person,
representing fifty shares of stock, for |
the purpose of inspecting the land, j
These representatives will leave Nor j
man in a special sleeper March 9th j
and will go via San Antonio, Laredo
and the City of Mexico. A few days
stop will be made at the City of Mexi
co to see the sights, and then proceed
to the land The tract is to be sub I
divided and sold. Stockholders may |
; take land to the amount of stock sub- i
; scribed if desired. For particulars i
write immediately, or call and see the 1
Mexican Agricultural Land Co., or
Morgan A: Griesmer, Norman. Okla.
CsmmissioDers ia Seuioi
County Commissioners J. F. Deui
son, Jos. Cobb and W. A. Taylor
were in session Wednesday and
Thursday looking over plans and
specifications for the building of
new court house. There are six plans
submitted and it is likely that oue of
them will be adopted before adjourn
ment. The pcyspects for a much
needed court house is very encourag
Lets of Good Thisgs to Eat.
The womans aid and Missionary
Society of the Baptist Church will
hold an exchange in Mr. Ed Yates store
Saturday afternoon Feb. 18, 1905
Chickens, cakes, pies, aud bread, etc
Girl wanted at Brittains. 30-it
with Jim Mays
Dr. Parker, o
this part of the
Misses Ola K<
Ian visited Higl
About half of
Phil Sulivant, of u
had the misfortune t
and its contents by
beeu assisted by the
A RACE FOR LIFE.
Spnmnc his ■ ided korsr to renewed
th her mwhenth' mal should N- refreshed
with ; • per f- <>1 and re- t. 1* about *s kd
•ib prescribing nrrve tonics, alcoholic
compounds, coca textures and cocktails
which only spur n th- alrrade weakened
ner\ us system N "her does it do to put
the nerves to sleep w th narcotic* When
ron feel worn out or ken down itded sod
feel the efftcts of bra n tire a wrll as nerve
weakness sleep - *Mie«* and fatigue take
Pr Tierce's t . Iden Medical Discovery, a
tonic which will do you lasting good boild
ymi up. increase y >ut appetite and strength
ami improve the condition of the blood
When the blood :s impoverished the nerves
feel the effect Nerrousneaa in nine caaes
out of ten is the "cry of the starved nerves
, . i for food " Feed the nerves on rich blood
8 tlirougli ajj ncrvou manifestations will cease
,tcek. "It has heen seren months siocv as.ag Dr
Ftern O. - Mr-iici! Isnd I on\j
v* ,• N<> ihree boU'.esof the median* whec it Tisde
m«* !'«- 'kc a nrw man "writes S A Miller
M !ldav K~j icare of Mr Amo Hyre R D ic Dsrtow
Oh> ' "t had doctored with twn local phys -
, cisn without ben*6t I felt sll worn oat tn-i
oil was 4., awiu: misery in mt hack for two rears
but noticed a change for the k«tter when I
l) ■ began using your C.ol<ien Medical Discv^ery *
To gam knowledge of your own body-
in aickneaa and health—send for the Peo-
nver, v pie s Common S« nse Mfdical Adviser A
, f>. ,f iooh page* !*nd ji cents in
stamps for paper-covered or, 31 stamps
Biitlv, has ft: >futh bound copy Address Dr VL ▼.
Pierce, 663 M*iu Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The city council met Tuesday night!
with all members present except Dr.
Bobo. Claims to the amount of
£291.98 were allowed.
The county weigher was given per
mission to move cotton scales on Gray
street The resignation of J N. Bur
ton was read and accepted and J. J
Bnrtoc was elected to succeed him.
Mr. Burton is deputy county treasurer,
' and well qualified for the place.
Recital at Hasic Hall
There will be a recital given by pu-
pils of the Conservatory of Music, of
the University of Oklahoma, Friday,
February 17, at 8:15 p. m. in the Mu-
sic Hall on Main Street.
The following pupils will take part.
Mrs. Finney, Misses Bnggs. Adding-
ton, Nausler. Goodrich, t nnor, Flor-
ence McMakin, Ina Wynne, Mary
McMakin. Vivian Johnson,Paul Bree e
and Ruth Newell.
Ll&xide Davu. 21
Morey Eubank, 17
Henry L Jone , 24
Estella Jones, 11.
jack M Ventres*, 25.
I Lula L luhnsc-i, iS.
Paoli. I T
experienced farrr.i r
has learned that some
grains require far differ-
ent soil than others;
some crops need differ-
cnthandling than others.
He knows that a great
dc-1 depends upon right
planing at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about a mis-
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
"iie best time to reme-
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be-
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi-
dence of loss of flesh
should be taken imme-
diately. There is noth-
ing that will repair
wasted tissue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott s Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the body when ordi-
nary foods absolutely
W Peail Street
K NEW YORK
We wish to announce that the firm of McCune, Jack
son & Co. have purchased from E. E. Bailey 8c Co. their
entire stock of furniture and undertaking, also the Harrison
Mutual Burial Association and will conduct said associa-
tion as per instruction of its by-laws. The new firm will
occupy the same building as formerly occupied by E. E.
Bailey & Co. and will handle a new and complete stock of
everything in house furnishings. We respectfully solicit
your patronage and promise courteous treatment and best
prices consistent with well manufactured goods.
HcCUNE, JACKSON & CO.
Backer's Shoe Bargains
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate ol Mary U. Has-
All persons having claims ngalnst said es-
estate of Mary K Haswell, deceased, are re-
quired to exhibit the same,with the n.-.-essary
vouchers, to the undersigned Willie I Haswell
executor of said estate, at his residence In
Liberty township, 8E Sec 7, T 9, R 3 W',
In the County of Cleveland, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, and that six months have been limited
as the time lor creditors to present their
claims against said estate
Dated the 7th day of February. 1905.
Willie 1 Haswbi.l,
Executor of estate of Mary R Haswell, do-
C L Ik)Tsr"Ri . Attorney for Executor
Seasonable shoes at sacrifice sale.
Secure same soon.
Rucker's Cash Store.
The Why to Dramatic Co. at the
opera house tonight
S. N. Brees went to Okeene, Okla
homa yesterday ou buisness.
W. N. Rucker made a buisness trip
to Oklahoma City Wednesday.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of of the estate of Nancy J
All persons havinjr claims against said
Nancy J. Crocker, deceased, aro required to
exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchor,
to the undersigned executor of said estate, ss
the office of ihe Probate Judge, In the city < 1
Norman, in the county <>i cleveland, Oklaho-
ma Territory, and that lour months have
been limited as the time for creditors to pre-
sent their claims against said estate
Dated the Jdtli day of January. 1V" 5.
T. H. Dunn.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In t .ie matter of the estate of Edgar Francis
H. G Lindsay and J. C. Wails were Kidd, deceased
business visitors at the city Monday. p. nn., h lng |
gar Francis Ridd deceased, are require.!!" • x
McGiuIuy's Great Coat Sale will hlbll thesame, W the necessary vouchers,
do double ser-
Jas. D j
undersell* ^ executriiof said estate,
residence In Norman, In the count)
eeland, Oklahoma Territory, and that f<>
nibs have been limited as the time I
litors to present their claims against sh
make your dollars
Mrs. H. W. Stubbeman
Lawton yesterday to see Mrs.
Maguire who is very sick.
For Sale A fcood milch cow, gives
three gallons a day and will be fn h
in June. Sid Prim i.
2nd house east of depot. 3o-2t
Mrs. Jennie Paul returned to Pauls
Valley Tuesday after a few days
visit with her sister, Mis. K. S.
Bryant. Her nephew, Moore Walker,
was buried at Independence last Pri-
John G. Bently, aged 45 years, died
Monday at his home five miles south
east of Norman of pneumonia. The
burial took place at Independence
Cemetery Tuesday. The deceased j
leaves a wife and four children.
The announcement of Ike Sale ap-
pears in this issue for city Marshal.
Mr. Sale has been holding this po-
sition for naarly two years and has
given general satisfaction. He has
made a splendid official and his renom
ination means his election.
Mr. E. P. Leach, age 85 years, died
at the home of his 6on L. L. Leach
' near Moore Wednesday afternoon,
February 8 of heart failure. The body
was shipped to his home at Carbondale
Kansas. Thursday for funeral The
deceased has beeu spending his winters
here for several years and was well
known in Nornan.
W. V. Alexander, a pioneer of the I* J« BAKER, Agt.
Chickasaw Nation and a former resi.
dent of Norman came over from Alex.
1 T. Wednesday to shake hands with
old friends He left on the midnight
train for Jackson. Alabama, the home
. ■ Promptly obtained or no
: half a century. "Red" as he
is familiary known will entertain his
boyhood friends by tha hour with his
Indian stories and his adventures iu
the far west.
\N hen you want l r> Goods and
Clothing don't ior^rt McUinley'*
Great C oat Sale
A SERIES OF FIRES
simply means ruin if no insurance is
carried. A man must be considered
improvident il he doesn't take out an
When you see the labor of years go-
ing up in smoke it is comforting to
know that your Insurance will enable
you to repair or rebuild your home
again. Let me write you up a policy.
R. C. TATE,
Kear First National Bank.
Dated this l it h day of February, 19ur«.
Mosikk A DruutY, DSLLA KIOL.
Attys. Kxecu! r: \
Get Ready for
The land of sunshine,
fruit, and ever blooming
Has the direct line, and
beginning March 1st will
make the low rate of
Santa IV Time Table.
Time table effective June 19, 1904.
north not ni)
No. 406, Chicago, K. C. and
St. Louis 4.05 a. n
No. 116, K.C. and St Louis 6.55 a. 11
No. i>, Chicago, k. C. ami
St. l-.uiis 3.07 p.
No. 4.20, Local Freight. 1.58 p.
SOt TH BOUND
No. 405, Galveston.
No. i;. Galveston
No. 11s, Purcell
| No. 423. Local Freight
j We sell tickets and eli
through to all parts of the t'nited
States. Mexico and Canada, steamship
I tickets to all parts of Europe.
J. J. Baker, Agent.
12.J5 a. m
1,03 p. m.
4.15 P. ro-
il. 10 a. m.
You cannot afford to
miss such a delightful ex-
cursion. Sec local agent
Promptly obtained or no fee Write
applying rnr patent jit is worth in ,\ \\
ok ;., patents THAT f>AY
and help inventors to niecea*.
flend model, photo or skeU-h. and
immkdiati pr 11 ri PORT ON CAT
int ability. *1 year*' praeti. ■ U.
_.. ra ll'rIU or .
General Office Work.
We give satisfaction.
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