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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

IS3S .11 ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY. President J.F. Wllllts, McLooth Vloe President Mrs. Emm Troudner. Carbondale Secretary J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. j. u. Otis, Topexa Assistant Lecturer u. w. Ames, usDorne DEPAfiTMENT WOBX. BOARD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka J. P. Stephens Wells vllle Mrs. JEmma Troudner caroonaaie Mrs. L. E. Fnrbeck Topeka Mrs. E. M. Wardall Topeka STATE XANAGKRS. Agriculture A. F. Allen, Vlnland Horticulture J. H. Darche, Garnett Floriculture W. H. Coultis,Tevla Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Taos. Strawbrldge, Ottaw Domes tio Economy Mrs. Lydla E. Fnrbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Bina A. Otis, Topeka jLniertainments ana jsuidui.. Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondale improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economr and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Stevens, Wellaville Co-onerate Commerce and Finance. ... Bobert Hanson, Concordia Fire Insurance H. Baughman, Burrton Life Insurance S. D. Cooler, Topeka General Culture. . .Mrs. E. M...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. OCT. 8 U3Wv.'." CJ U R K SHIRK, CI ' jU'ioe. Jvnwqr.Qn Ostein Cuttle. 1 kfalADd China iuerniWT A Hnl. )' bwP, Fancy Poultry, Hunting . v ;.;ir, uocnranvitiA, Chester Co., Fa DUY-CYCLE3 Ml ftponhw Good., ri.hto TwkM, fer liua ilnlm AraJ x. fa 40dm oulnm IPOWELL 4 CLEMENT CO.' V.;.!iSTJ -i ii Ca'J UCj'141Saiat,()iaciautl.O. HVi 'iil writing advertisers mention Advocat " SteelTanks i Galvanised, lnUizea, I round.oblong or square It. 1 TTrTTTATTTt. (tf) Chicago. !( i . T ft. tiiV 1 a 1AA I; t"0H GRADE OXrORDf?fe -r uut(Wtnrmnf 4 lTrt to . IMipTlocadJmjtt f v) , m. Ut WB Tl TO DAT fof ut jlMdwiw V ki 'Jiii MDSE. CO. 88S Waba Av. Chicago, 111. First Published September 11, 1863, Sheriff's Sale. No. 17263. In the district court, Third Judicial dis trict. Shawnee county Kansas: B. F. Perkins, plaintiff, vs. Ludlow Martin and Stella Martin, defendants. Br nrtue of an order of sale to sell attached property Issued oat of the district court, in the above en titled case, to me dir...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. ISI1 $5;0X- TO CALIFORNIA Is our Sleeping Car Rate on the Phillipa-Rook Island Tourist Excursions, from Kansas City and kindred distant cities on the route of this oar, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The oars have upholstered spring seats, are Pull man build and appointment perfect. You have a special manager on the car all the way. and excursions run twice a week. leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running Yia xopexa, wicnita. Ft. worm ana &i ratio, 10 Los Angeles, a superb Southern route, re nowned for its clement weather, low altitude and complete freedom from snow blockades, and leavlne- Kansas City every Friday, run ning via the famed Scenic Route (D. & R. Q. R. R.) the only line through Salt Lake, to san Francisco and Los Angeles. Save money by taking this popular mode of travel. Address for full particulars, T. J. ANDERSON, A. G. T. & P. A. Topexa, Kaa. JNO. SEBASTIAN, G. P. A- Chicago. GREHT MMV THE 8Y8TER1. onnectfflj the Commercial Centers and...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 9 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE.! OCT. FMRKET REPORTS. Kansas City Lira Stotfa. i:a?t!US Crrr, Oot. 7.Cattli Receipts t.'zra Saturday, 12,880; calves, 401; shipped Saturday, 1,148 cattle, 61 calves. The market wiki generally steady on both sides of the river. Tie follow lag are representative sales: . SHIPPING AND DBESSBD BBI7 BTBSRS. it 0w Ave. Price. 1,810 $100 1,353 4.35 l! 1,81 1.25 li.., 1,107 8.9J T1XAS AMO INDIA5 SXMB& No. Ave. Price. 0 1.488 H50 84 1.364 4 25 8 U'30 4.00 : 2 1,090 13.10 7i 1,097 8.10 i mo 2.65 3 m 2.40 22 1,407 H10 10 1,011 3.00 5 1,034 2.50 51 903 2.40 COLOEDO 8TEBHS. 130.. 1,290 1175 US 1,103 $3.75 WESTlttN STEEE3. Z ..'..1,323 13.80 I 23 1.808 $3.40 22 1,120 3.10 I 8 933 2.85 OKLAHOMA COWS. 13 835 $2.63 3 939 $2.25 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 17 8)8 $2150 38 23 722 2.50 6 4.. 725 1.75 4 1 1,000 1.50 I 1 COWS AND HEIFERS. 1..... 960 $3.00 2 1,200 2.70 37 82" 2.6 : 2 1,080 2.60 43... 903 2.65 3.... 900 2.00 1. 1,100 1.75 709 $2.59 860 2.50 730 1.75 890 1.E0 976 . 670 .1,020 1....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

VOL. VH, NO. 42. TOPEKA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 16, 1095. CIGMTIC RAILROAD SCHEME Napoleons of Eailroading Want Control of the Union Pacific. Just As Soon As Uncle Sam Gets the Prop erty la Shape to Hand It Over to a New Company, They Will Gobble It. Chicago, October 14. The Tribune eays: Ever since the famous traffic con tract was made between the Union Pa cific and the Chicago & Northwestern railroads whereby the former secured tha right to dictate the through rates from the WeBt to Chicago and the latter through rates from Chicago to points on the Union Pacific west of Omaha, rumors have been current that tha Vanderbilts would sooner or later secure full control of the Union Pacific property. A plan of there-organization of the Union Pacific Is now in course of prepa ration and the preliminary steps al-. ready taken indicate beyond a doubt that when the Union Pacific gets out of the hands of receivers It will be con trolled and operated by the Chicago & orthwectern which Is one ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

I TPI US JLID.VO OAT EL OCTOBER 13, THAT DL1GEA31. : , i'i-;! lljsjratn'' tliat .'.Jbn'JIada lor Steve to .',. Hint. Out' In III? Maxwell Grant ,Jyf Steel '.Is Herewith , Fnrthar Considered. 1 fX'l.-inscription of the ' boundaries ',l ;beJ in the petition of the gran y.$miW 'the alleged Maxwell grant ii ;lii3 at a point on Eed river, In New .' 2I:xl:o, and runs northwest to the ''.'"summit of the table land"-the Raton ; . roiintalns; thence, turning westward, f'io follow along said summit." Thl3 is tli3 reason why Surveyor General Atiiason Instructed his deputies to '.'.render '-the south ; summit of the S 'Dn mountains. lie did not quite Esierstand how he could turn and fellow along said summit" and at the aataa' time turn and run a line of survey rosi five to fifteen miles north of that summit In Colorado. Hence, as we have sean, the contract of Surveyor Ocnsral Atkinson with Messrs. Griffin ,!, .Pitch, . of May 28, 1877, was r h i .tsd by the conspirators Congress nta Eliins and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

A VERY WEAK EFFORT. Congressman Barter Cornea to the Defense of the Banks. Michael D, Harter, member of the last Congress, joins issue with the Voice. Oar editorial, August 15, on the proposed retirement of greenbacks, has called forth a vigorous letter from him. We are glad of it, for Mr. Harter may be taken as a sort of authorized defender of the views held by the na tional bankers. He was, if we are not mistaken, one of the invited speakers before the convention of national bank, ers last year. We publish his letter in full a3 follows: Editor of The Voice: I can see no evidence that the tankers of the country are, as the ar ticle you mall me says, "striking" for the re tirement of the greenbacks. I wish they were. That we can ever have a perfectly sound cur rency, or a permanently good business condl tlon, 10 long as the government Insists upon doing a banking business (Involving, as It does, the keeping ot a proper gold reserve), I do not think possible. The quicker, therefore, ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

TECH .ADVOOATB. OCTOBER 16, rpBH82ID 2 71 AT WlDKXSDAT BT 5 MCCATE .FDBLMM CO. Looms 3 and Columbian Bid;, ;rSA, - . - KANSAS. ADVSr.TI3IKO RATZ3. ?! :!la lanertion: Display matter. 15 cents f ft t't Utjb, (14 lines to Inch). Beading '.. i i-j cash per une, (conni iiaeij. tVrr or electro s&ouM reach tils office Mon ?" y ii oralag to insure insertion la following - : Jrca mui have msUlbaao.U-em column 01.00 PER YEAR, '.::r'5l At thepoatoffloe at Topexa, Kansas, as sacoaa ci&as natter. VB XJSAUflD THE FREE AND UNLIMITED CDIBICS OF SILVER AND GOLD AT THE rsrsjiKT legal ratio of 18 to 1. Omiiu Populist Platform. Each tank failure, and there have Iccn several of them la Kansas re cmlly, is an argument in favor of a chins9 in our financial system, as well cs in our banking laws. mTwle listening to the brag and ' hilof the pugilists, Corbett and Fitz " k i mona, it is impossible to tell which '-rt&aia represents the Republican :vd7 and which the Democratic party 4hay are bo muc...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

TjriHs 'advooat: 13S3. because bis hotel, the Shoreham, has at tached to It one of the host saloons In the country. The Duke of Marlborough, whose en gagement to Miss Vanderbllt has occupied so much newspaper space for the past three weeks, got too gay around the stage of a Louisville variety theatre last week, and the result was that he lit on his head after being pitched out of the back door by the stage manager. Of course the matter of repairing the head is a small item to Sites Vanderbllt. The Massachusetts Reform Club is a polit ical organization whose object is p get the monied interests of the country together as against all other interests. Following the rich banquet at its meeting in Boston last week President Hale said: "We are Democrats with Grover Cleveland, and Re publicans with Teddy Roosevelt. - Some times we are Republicans with Edmunds, sometimes with Sherman and even with Greenhalge" Having thus explained things he introduced Secretary Carlisle who gave them a two ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

I THE ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 16, , A SO-CALLED FALSE EEPOET. Th3 Temperance Monitor, the new , t ;aporance paper just started In To ' r-cia, has a column communication from Charles. II. St. John, in which he chsKctcrizea as false a report of Mr. E. L Barrett, a representative of the Xt, Worth (Tex.) Gazette, who came ; to Kansas to investigate the ef if c ct of the prohibitory law. Mr. Bar rett, it seems, after investigating the natter fully in Kansas City, Kas., re ports, to his paper that the law is a '.'failure. ' Mr. St. John disputes this proposition. Evidently the question turns updh "vftzt may be considered failure, and wli?.t ti required to constitute success. Sursly if the suppression of the liquor 'traffic must be accomplished in order that the law may be pronounced a sue CS33, then it is a failure. Mr. St. John admits the existence of sixty-nine joints running in the city in question, and he tzv:z his claim of the success of the hw upon the assumed fact that this is a smaller ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

re SOME INSIDE VIEWS. Interesting Observations of Tnlnja Known In and About the CapltoL Private Secretary Bristow, with his new paper, the Ottawa Herald, as a side issue, and Executive Clerk 0. C. Iliil, with his school book business as a side issue, hope to knock out a pretty good living. V Secretary J. W. Moore, of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission, says that President J. W. Johnson is the most disagreeable man he ever tried to get along with. Here is another specimen of Republican harmony. V Cy Leland and Attorney General Dawes do not speak. Dawes regards Leland as a bully. Leland regards Dawes as an ass. The last time Le land.was in Topeka he and Dawes came very nearly having a fight in the gov ernor's office. V Charley Martin, who used to be chief clerk of the National House of Rep resentatives, now a clerk in the office of secretary of state, has a souvenir of great value to himself in the form of a testimonial from the newspaper corre spondents who were at Washington during ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

. 0 THE ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 18, KANSAS NOTES. Senator Baker owns a race horse, Newton is to have free mail de livery. - Osborne's waterworks plant cost ,;7,coo. mawatha is to nave a teiepnone Joe Bristow has bought the Ottawa Herald. Corn is worth 25 cents a bushel in TJX county. Speaker Lobdell is going; into the cattle business. Ex-Senator John Martin will resume tie practice of law in Topeka. The Kansas City Gazette (rep.) calls Morrill "a flabby old woman." Judge Eeed, of Wichita, will locate at Kansas City and practice law. The Union Bays that two large brick buildings are going up in Salina. Emporia militia encampment bills Lave been paid amounting to $11,000. Decatur county Populists will have eighteen school house meetings in ten days. Charles S. Davis, late of the Junc tion City Tribune, will return to school work. County expenses in Ness county: 1889, republican, $4,777.67; 1895, Populist, $3,430. Judge Peters, of Newton, is trying to develop a scheme to break into Con gress...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

189& THE ADVOCATE, nounced his return to the Republican party. As he was never of any earthly value and, on the contrary, was a det rimenttothe Populist party, no one but Republicans need feel bad over the change. An enthusiastic Populist convention in Sheridan county nominated the f ol lowing ticket: Treasurer, W. W. Kess ler; Clerk, H. Percival; Sheriff, L Bard well; Register of Deeds, J. F. Col man; Surveyor, James Foster; Com missioner Third district, II. W Ottken. Judge Reed, the present Republican Judge of the Wichita district, says of Republican politics in this State: "Let a man once push his nose out of the rack and commence to outstrip his fellows and he is pounced upon and dragged to the dust by a pack of yelp ing coyotes." Lawrence Journal : Ingalls says the man is now living who will see journey made across the continent in one day. It is his own personal ex perience that has led him to this belief, Ttie Populists once fired Ingalls from Washington back to Kansas in...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

tsejs; advocate. OCTOBER 16, I. 0. 0. F. GRAND LODGE. linry Interestins and Enthusiastic Ses- ; sloa. Thserand ledge of the I. 0. 0. F. j ia F,cc3ioa in Topeka the 7th, 8th ?. :18th. Reports submitted indicate I i t tz order Is ia excellent condition. On Tuesday evening a meeting was ' I at Representative Hall at which Oli Fellow fraternal insurance was v l3cnssed. A long letter from George r I , VUhnAWntlt -, . i ci a. xr 4i i Dj aaaresses oy ex-oenaiur juaruu auu officers of the grand lodge. The in surance department of the order has 20 members. The election of officers on Wednes day occupied the entire day. Thlsis thQ last election under the old plan. A new plan, having been sanctioned by the sovereign grand lodge, wiHbe puiiaio eizecb uvi. year, x-tuuiiua-tions were made at this session of th crand lodge for next year's officers and they will be voted for by the indi vidual members at the regular May election in the subordinate lodges. The officers elected were Dr.. William Tayl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

1805. THE ADVOCATE. 11 Horsesaoelnjr In Old Times. The first methods of protection the . hon.a'e feet wore by means of buskins, ta they were termed; then came a net work, and lastly metal ehcca. Theim pefcuoua notion of the animals, their weight, and the angular form of the hoof have given much (rouble about the manner of fastening on the shoes. In Japan a kind of rush-work is used, which wraps the whole hoof, but it wears bo fEst on the road that travelers take a quantity with them on a journey, and poor people have them ready made for sale at stopping places. The Mongols in high northern places shoe their horses with the palmy parts of reindeer horns. In ancient Persia where the breeds of gray, dun and bay racers are all hard hoofed, the use of shoes in the sandy districts was needless, and not much at tention was required in the abrasion of the horn; but in the higher and more stony districts, where the frog and edges of the hoot became more tender, it was looked ta In rapid and ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

13 APVOOATE. . October ie, LYNCH IS OUT 500. Ita JTarden lias to Put Up That Amount and Charges It to Ills Experience Account. To hear the average redeemer dls c;:s public questions and air his ideas en the proper way to manage. public sfeln, one would be led to believe that he possessed all the knowledge worth having on such matters. How ever, circumstances often prove that he don't know anything worth speak ing of in regard to such matters. As a cample, Redeemer Morrill was going to appoint a committee last spring to investigate Breidenthal with a view to making an order to remove him, but before he did so he was saved the dis credit of making such a fool blunder by some friend calling his attention to the law in relation to the removal of the Bank Commissioner which pro vides that prior to removal he must be convicted in court of some crime. Then another brilliant case, which happened more recently, and in which the redeemer in charge was not quite so fortunate, is Warden Lynch's...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

1805. TEE JLIDVOOA-TID. 13 Success la Fuming. I sjn of the opinion that end of ths greatest factors in the improved condi tion of farming and Btcck-raMcg ia the -taking and readies of our agricultural and live itock journals which an printed by the thousand and ipread broad cast over tie face of our whole country end at auch reasonable price that almost every famer can afford to take one or more. The day ia certainly not far distant when our farmers will all take and read the paper and periodicals pertaining to their calling with as much interest as the professional man merch ant or manufacturer looks after his individual profusion or business. I do not mean newspaper farming, but by thasa means we are enabled to get in a nutshell the interchange of ideas, experiments and practical operations in five years that we could not get other wise in a lifetime. Take the seven to ten millions of farmers of this country who do not make on an average 3 per cent, on their in vestmint and ask yo...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

OCTOBER 18, FREE TO A CLUB OF FIVE. I i 'I- rift7 cents or On Dollar per woekf Thij would carry 1 or 2 aharea in Tito feXa Co-oceratiys Building and Lean Association An J pay you at least 20 per cent, per axmuzru Pay in $243 in lncaUuy lnxt&iixnenta ana receive in return wereior yvvv. JAW YOU DO BETTER? JCf-"J CUTIIEIS, Fx-Jadsre Third Judicial District, - - Presides t. t.. President lint National Bank. - Treasurer "I.T, IOUSI. - Secretary writo for particulars to L. T. YOUNT, 609 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kansas. ipnflli!fc and Fancy Groceries. Our Goods are the best. Our prices as low as the low est. We make a specialty of new teas and fresh roasted coffee. Read our prices and come and ex amine our goods. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. , , COFFEE. ItOiJledRlo . $ 25 ntofl.. , 25 Java Bland 80 Mocha and Java 33 Altloia Java 85 TEA. TJa colored Japan 4050 U an Powder 60 Imperial 50 YonnfJyson GO Oolong 60 .English Breakfast 50 fmn-fiolored Japan 25 net Sittings VkM SOAP...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

THE ADVOCATE. 1SC3. SAVE YOUR NEY. TO CALIPOENIA la oar Sleeping Car Rate on the Phillips-Rock Island Tourist Excursions, from Kansas City And kindred distant cities on the route of this oar, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cars have upholstered spring seats, are Pull man build and appointment perfect You have a special manager on the car all the way, and excursions run twice a week, leaving Kansas City every Wednesday running via Topeka, Wichita, Ft. Worth and El Paso, to Los Angeles, a superb Southern route, re nowned for Its clement weather, low altitude and complete freedom from snow blockades, and leaving Kansas City every Friday, run ning via the famed Scenic Route (D. & R. G. R. it) the only line through Salt Lake, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Save money by taking this popular mode of travel. Address for lull particulars, T. J. ANDERSON, to- A.G.T. ScP. A. Topeka. Kas. JNO. SEBASTIAN, G. P. A Chicago. THE CREKT 1H QYOTELl. CosnectiBSf tlui Commercial Centers an...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 16 October 1895

' " si" zT.CVt U-CaLtie Receipts alaca r, I cAtii, 717; shipped Satur- J 0, M cii7t. Tie market was ' . 1 "y, ttouga It woj weak on soms j 'Xj;? following are representative iiij -jsxw aso sauma sties . ve. Price. iNa Am Fric ni7 23..... uoo taw K'-X-U AXO XiTDIAN ST3K18. . . ....i,nj saco' i8,,'"....i,ccfl t300 l,i . J 30 3 819 2.60 V J 2,50 3 lad..... 013 2. fill) COLOBADO ST3ST3. 1 1,1 0 f (.5a CO.. .... .. ..1,405 H23 ....U'll 3.23 I COLORADO COWS. ....1,170 J3.00 ICS B?5 t7i ..... C:0 2.75 J U 853 2.25 TSIAS AND ISDUS COWS. ...i.r-vt taw ... m 2.35 ... 7'i 2,21 ... 073 ac5 153..,. 732 IZS3 25 lad...... 783 2.24 60.. 211. ...... &i9 a is 673 2.05 co W3 and EEirsns. R 7B3 13.15 V. 1,014 2.63 73 aw e...... ....1.115 a40 I.,. 1.010 2.35 1 1.0 JO 225 1.., 910 2.20 1 1,010 2.15 ...1,0 0 2,00 t!0 1.25 770 t-103 2 m tw 11 738 asa io m a) 1 to as 2.. 80i a 25 2 OW 2.15 5 1,052 2.10 ... ess aoo I... 779 1.00 fivocszas ASD IJEDSaOS. ....1,1"5 f'185 I 20 l,m I3.52H l,f V 3.50 13 CiJi 3...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
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