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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 May 1907

V THE WKHULY HERALD MAY Jo I9O7 COMPANY TO TAKE CHARGE Santa Fe Prepared to Take Right of Way and Land' For Shops In in unofficial way the authori- ties of the Ranta To companies gavo notice yesbsrday that full possession of all the property needed for the. cut-off and for the extensions hero would be aBked within few days. This include! all of tho city propoity purchased by tho clUiens' c-ommliteo it coat of about $30.(1(10 and also the right of way fron hero to the t on the main line thla side of landle city. Contracts for the ruction of tho cut-off lll be ithln a weok or ho. no porperty included In thin nsfer includes the strip from two four blocks wide extending for mile on the east side of tho Tocos Valley lines a right of way strip long the Denver to a point near the Denver round house and a small tract of land on the went side of the track tear the crossing of Fourth treat ty the Pecos Valley lines. In the long tract east of tho Po- ets Valley will be located the great freigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 May 1907

iiVi. I 1 1. 6 xi: TIIR WHHKLY MUIUIJ). HAYJoJ0071 Don't . the P .ace of Take 1 0) est i 'Don't let anyone's prejudice or selfish opposition convince ' you that any of the "Triangle A" brands are not better than any other cigars sold at the. same price. That's no way to judge. You can test it for yourself and you arc the only one vho knows when the cigar suits you. Smoke any "Triangle A" brand and compare it fairly (with any other cigar sold at the same price Vc are willing to stake the success of our whole business on public opinion founded on this test. The experience which has been combined in producing .the American Cigar Company's cigars was acquired from the operation of nearly 100 of the most famous and successful factories in Cuba and the United States. And processes of proper refining and scientific blending mean much to every smoker. You can bank on the "Triangle A" sign every time. No v inore raw green bitter-tobacco in your cigars ! v X Is that worth the trouble ? ftvOK ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 May 1907

13 NEW OWNER FOR LSRANCH C. T Herring of Vernon Takes Charge of Celebrated Old- ham. County Property A deal which has been quietly dis- cussed for several days and which Is just becoming generally known here Is thajLwhereby C. T. Herring of ponies the. owner of the bal- L. S. ranch lands In Old- near Tnscosa. Thero :res of land In the tract o about 6500 head of J. Paffrath ns agent (chase from the L. S. Ittlo Company of Chl- fi'rrlng Is now on tho I'ascosa receiving tho rrlng the new owner of ble property Is one of the known and most surress- uid and rattle operators In the iwest. Ho h.is a ranch In stro county. Is interested In rarhes Kansas Colorado and Montana be sides holding other properties I n Texas. He Is the principal stock holder In the Herring bank at Vernon and Is director In the other banks. It ia said by those who are familiar with the situation that Mr. Herring will devote a great deal of attention to his new purchaso and that he may conclude to make his home and head...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 May 1907

1 7TTT. '. ;.;.v. '.'TrrA ' V. TriG WEEKLY 1IHRAL MAY 30 1907. .s i GOMMEIIGEMENT AT GOODNIGHT COLLEGE f pnelal to Daily PtohtndlM. Goodnight Tel. May 31. Ex- tensive preparations have been mtdo for tba commencement exercises at Uoodnliht loduilrlal Institute. The collage hai enjoyed a very success- ful year bin made materia) progress and Will celebrate the year's work with program! od varloua days us follows: Saturday 1:10 p. m.. annual do bate between Phllomstheslan and Erosophhn literary societies. Sub ject; "Resolved That the frtrl government should own and manip ulate the railroads." Sunday. 11 a. m. commencement sermon by R. T. Jenkins Anmrlllo Monday 10 a. m. oratorical con lft for a modal: mimical contest for a medal; 2:30 p. in. ball same Goodnight vs. Clarendon; 8:30 p. m.. grand concert. Tuesday 8:30 . m.. trimieo meet- Inn; 10 a. m. elocution content for a ruodal; presentation of suven medals; 1:30 p. in. ball gamo Goodnight vs. Clarendon. MKKS THK r.tXIIAXDLK Indiana Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

rt 'f '-y-y'-T'rV j Vt rn'Tf v - 'i. he Weekly initio VOL. XXII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNIi 6 1907 NO. 23 V "LJIT i ill ITSL TESllliYi Ttis Trial For ttse Murder of Governor Stainljorg Proceeds at Boise Idaho and Testimony is Doing Taken Associated Tro?. Boi.-.e Idaho June '- The llay- Vond trial ;j !V.miei ;it !t a. in. today. .1. M. Hnirii hotel keeper (if Nampa icHiiiu'd to the piesouco of Orchard In N.nnpa ;ini Slnipklns in .'impi in November 1 !hi The presence (if SimpUns a I. Namp a .Nov. 7 Hlli1 ill Silver City Nov. S I'.in.i. was established 1 y .. 1 1 : 1 1 U y anil .1. A. Connors hotel keepers of their respective cities. During thy ghln;; of this testimony Haywood's mother a gray haired lilinlly faced woman entered the court mom and took a pe..it beside tho i Isoner's wife O. II. Wcntj! bookkeeper for 1 1 1 111 1 n -ing company at Watdnor Identified tho photographs of SiiiipMns and his hand writing on the hotel registers. Tho photograph ami hotel registers wore admitted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD HAY 30 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. Wills REAL E3TATB and ABSTRACTS Potter bounty Orgsniied Amarillo Laid Out and John II. Willo' Und OiQc & tablUhadln 1887. 7EA.LE&CRUDGINGT0N Lawyers Amarillo Tcmi DR. J. J. "ANNA. Dua of E; Er Koia and Throat CUimi rtttd. Room J and 8. Eberatadt Building N. J. WADE. Attorny-t-Law Rri.lda r.WrHTau Practice In State and Federal Court. Buaintu of non-resident given per- coal attention. 8. W. Phone 180. Dr. Horace M. Walker Osteopathic lhylda Graduate of American School of Osteopathy Kirksville Mo. Office la Canon Bldg Fhene 33 James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In. vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. baa opened a branch office at ' Groom Texas R. E. EDMONSON Jr. AUCTIONEER Public Sales of All Kind Conducted Special Attention to Farm and Farm Property Household Good Etc. Write me for Term and Date . CLAUD3 TEXAS 7 . i w p n l c I u- n 'w - mtm " r a a a. ta. u kumw Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- ephone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 6 1907. 1 ft i 7hat Ails You? T ynii fn I hi'itli tired ili'SiniiilHnt have friiin iil lii'itiliii'liet I'imli'd tongue lilttiT or bad tii'te In morning "lie.irt- burn" belching if gus acid rfllr-'t in throat lifter cut inn Moiiiiuh gnaw or Inn ii (mil breath dizzy spells pour or VUl'lllble appclilo nuHM'il nl tiling uhd klndrrd s y in p i (ii dm '. If yoTHvn any considerable number of KhtiviisYMitonH you nrn sirTprlnj frornillnuMi?Njrpld liver with Indl- (retloiiNortf'Tfw l; l'er;c' r!oMin H'jal I'if Tyi.'ri'i1!' j1."1'' iv1 jj vtibmiile n".''li''in;) miicu'W k'ir-n to ni"l ii-it) i;lnf- tur ihe't'emiill."-'''! .en re nl U "it I IP." II 1 1 1 y ) IllTI 1 1"; lZ u ll I it IIMI ellli ii'iit liver Invlgorater stomach tonic bowel Myulatiii' mid ni-rvn Mrmigi heimr. The"(iolden Medical Hmeiivery " Imol ft ixtnt ineilii'liin or secret nn-iriim a full IK of It liu'redicnts ticliin iriiiti'd nn Iti bottle-wrapper nud attested under OHth A glance at ll- formula will s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 6. Iqo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weakly on Thursdays . 61 Polk Street Amarlllo Tmis. P. E. HOE.HEX Publisher. S. A. BREWSTER Editor and Mgr. Entered at the ro.tofflce at Amar- lllo Texas as second claso mail mat- tsr. O.'flclal Organ of CHy of Aioerillo and Poller County ADVEKTIS1NQ RATES. Display 20c per Inch wh Insertion. Locale 10c per Inch each Insertion. BUDSCniPTlON 11.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will m coming to you when your time expiree unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly please ad vim us at once by card or leie phone. Any errors reflecting upon the character landing or reputation of any cereon. firm or corporation which may appear In the coUhids of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon lit being brought to the at tention of the publishers. THURSDAY JUNB 6 1107. HIS LITTLE MAJESTY. . Blue blood or red whit matter It? What matter pride 6f race? This little manikin bedecked With dainty ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

r rt Vfn 'y 1 ' i 1 1 THE VVKEELY HERALD JUNE 6 I0O7 3 wnt i'tvt yrr wVt w V n-wi . HAIL RAIN AND WIND Violent Storm Strikes Ama- rlllo and Causes Much Minor Damage Hill thai punched holes through corrugated Iron riddled pntnt roof- lug. smashed ky lights it ml windows splintered shingles on roofs and rrashed against buildings like rifle fire. Such h hall storm that even old settlers admit tod that It wan tho equal of record breakers in the pist swppt over Aniarlllo at li o'clock yes- terday evening and loft plenty of roal wreckage In Its path. After tho cltl- tens had rorovorod nnriml degree of composure afior t tit storm thoy found thn actual djniage wgH consid- erably Ions than thoy had feared while tho hall wind and lightning wore at work. Hut tod.iy tho dealers In window glass and carriage work- men are realizing today that tho storm wan. a great trade brlngor In their llnoa and are accordingly mak- ing profit on account of tho dam a go done. Caused Dangerous Runaway. Coming ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

w r rv'Hi i':f y ii y v: TM2 WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 6 I0O7. 1 i I !. QUESTION IF FACTS H W. Campbell Says Big Pan- handle Wheat Yields De- pend on Right Farming KFrora Monday' Pally Panhandle) "At Clmmaron Kan. where 1 have Just visited ono man who bin heen following my dry farming nystera for A number of years expects a yield of wboat this year of fifty bimbols to the acre" said rrofessor JI. W. Campbell tho dry farming man this morning during a conversation at tho Elmlilrat hotel. 'The averago yield In that country this year" continued Mr. Campbell will be about three or four bushel per ocro. I iw tho field the man referred to while I wan there and I em confident that It will run forty biiHhels. It may run fifty bushels as the owner predicted. Iiist year the name man got a yield of forty- lght bushols whllo It f m neighbors got on average of about fifteen. No that man doea not try crops on hln land every year but allows It to lie fallow In proper condition every oth- r year. "I am now...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

THE WREKLY HERALD. JUNE ft 1007 . ' PRESCOTT CASE AGAIN On Trial as Principal In Al leged Attempt to Murder (From Thursday's Dally.) The Prescott rasa for which one of the accomplices plead guilty and li now nerving a term In the penl tentlary. la again before the district court and the trial wJll consume all uy ana pari of tomorrow. The was called yesterd.iy Immcdl tely After dinner the choosing of tne jur took about half the after noon nd taking of testimony began yesterday. For Attempt to Murder. Presrott Is held charged with the attempt to murder W. II. Heeso on a night In last August. The case caused great excitement at the time aa Reese was well nigh fatally In- jured and escaped death only by the most careful treatment and nursing. Prescott was the principal In the case and with him were Aisle Pres- cdlt his son. a boy of 18 years. Ed Barnhlll and W. T. Groves. ReeBe was the husband of Pres. eott's former wife und the difficulty grew out of the marital troubles of Reese and h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 June 1907

-". v i i i rrn mini mi n L .'. ...'.......... "-"".'J" V . y - 8 TMU WEEKLY IIFIRAL JUNE 6 1007. GOODNIGHT CLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR Commencement Season Celebrated by Pre senlalloo of Medals Alhelellc Contests Addresnes Opening New Building Special to Dally Pantiandlo. Goodnight Texas May JO. Tha session of 1906-7 of Goodnight In dustrlal Institute cumo to a tIoho Tuesday May 28. It was by far tho most successful year In tho history of the school. Thn attndnnre was largely In excess of former years tho work dono of a h1h grade tho fi- nancial status much improved 75 per cent of the students took tho ex aminations with a largo per cent of that number making pnsslng grades. Seven Medal Presented. Tha commencomont exercises be- ginning Saturday night with the first annual lnter-sor.le.ty debate nnd clos- ing Tuesday morning with the elo- cution contest and presentation of modals wore most enjoyable and well attended. There wore a largo number of visitors from a distance. Those winning me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

f I'm f ' ''' 17 i t I The Weekly He r H! VOL XXII. AMAKILLO TUXAS THURSDAY JUNIi I J 1907 NO. 24 ORCHARD STILL ON WITNESS STAND Confessed Murderer in Witness Stand Undergoing Severe Cross Examination Today aworlitC'l Fresi. Boise Idaho June '2. The ci ns! c-x it 1 1 1 1 1 ) a 1 1 1 1 (if Harry dri ll nil to- day Ih being nirrli'il over lll( attempt jil the lfi of Cmcniiir I'l'iilnnly ai I'aniin City and t li rvenu Imnio- Mslely mrceediiig. j m lml ng tin' IJodd.ird !ini Cabin rl pints iiml fol- lowed lln uiiiiiil methods (li ;i'Miri In fonfnrn and (IIk'TCiIIi iillm1:. At- torney Richardson iis.nn smc-.ted hil. Orchard was being coai bed liy DetectlV Ml'PlUt lallll 111-1 Ml w for the prosecution iiml provoked thi sharpest wrangle that the attorney ind witness have had la their Imi fnntesl. Orchard k 1 1 1 r i t f 1 1 ! y dened he was bping coached and ns'-erti-r! tie was telling the truth. orchard Mid ho II ii r petlilionn discus a-d Ih": UNEASNIESS IS FELT For Th3 Lighlliouse Tende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE !3 1907 . : IF I WERE A BOY I'd get a new Suit a Coat with two pairs of Pants and Cap to match from PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. Wills REAL ESTATE nd ABSTRACTS Potter County Oraniced Amarlllo Laid Out and John II. Willi' Land Office Es- tablished in 1SS7. ... DR. J.J. IIANNA Diseaxs of Eye Ear Noie and Throat. CUuei Fitt.J. Rooms 7 and S. EberaUidt Building N. J. WADE Attorntyat-Law RrnolU Bid ft. Worth T. Practice in State and federal Court Buiine of tion-reuidunta given per- cnal attention. S. W. Plioiie j8o. James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In- vestment Company of Mount Vcruon Ind. baa opened a branch office at Groom Texas 1FFM WHITE a KIRK'vS Monday Tuesday Wednesday BOO BUNDLES Consisting of remnants of all the yard goods in the house at Actual Cost and Less. Good Lengths New Goods new Styles and Patterns Unusual bargains in Calico Domestic Gingham Percale Lawns Dress Goods and many other lines We guarantee all ; yardage and perfection of remnants ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

THE WEUKLV HERALD JUNK I3. W. SENT ELLSWORTH Verdict of the Jury Finds Frank Ellsworth Guilty of the Ulurder of Earl Dockray and Exacts Ms Liberty as Penalty t "We Mil- J 11 1 y . find the defendant Frank Ellsworth guilty of the murder nf Karl Duel ray as charged In the Indictment and fix hi penally ns confinement In (lie slate prison fur life." .... .. 4 4- Kiit-li wan the verdict which theiull Ihn mouthers of the jury might Jury In the Klliiwiirth a:e returned in the court room Miortly before 10 o'clock last night. .Indue Browning had hecn called from hi home by tho officer of I he court and the at- torneys for t'n state and the defensu wero railed to the court room. Tho prisoner Kllsworth In custody of an officer was fiininioiied from Ms coll nt from his chair wlih his counsel heard the verdict read by the clerk of the court. rrUoncr Will Appeal. Last night when tho jury filed In- to Iho box Kllsworth. from his chair In front of I hem watched the men with desperate Intentness. Du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

V" V" ' r -f THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 13 I907 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weakly on Thursday! at 016 1'olk Btrei.t. Amaiillo 7ex V. K. IIOENKX Publisher. 8. A. imi:V8Tl:it Editor and Mgr. Entered at tba Postoffice at Amor illo Texui second clust wall mat- tor. Official Orgon of CKy of Amarlllo mid Potter County ADVERTISING RATES. Dliplay JOc per Inch 'b Insertion. Locals 10c per Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR. Th Herald will cease coming to you whan your time expires union wa ar authorised to continue It. Should any Biibserlher fall to ro- reive The Herald regularly please aavia ua at once by card or wiu phone. Thu editor of the Herald grow wa not ruined but on tho contrary quite Indignant and saya "thli la an was Mill looking quite well find with Ignorant or mallcloua mlaatatement the moisture that hid fallen In tho of the real facta. Wheat in that so- shape of Know and rain would Htlll tlou la doing w.01 a Jt U In all thla nuke a fulr crop. I would -be plena Immedi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

v THG WKEELY HERALD JUNE 13 I9O7 JURY DISAGREED IN JONES CASE AUer deliberating from Saturday noon till Sunday morning in I ho rase 1 against J. M. Jones for shooting at John Lt'ninioiiH laHt New Year's day the Jury reported to tho Judge that they were unublo to find a verdict and were accordingly discharged. The plea of the defense that Jones was actuated at the time of tho shooting liy a sudden violent and uncontrollable fear of great bodily harm and thai he shot thro times t tho defenseless uiiil pleading I.ein- mons because Htmie variety of de- ments not yet defined caused hi in to think that the said Lemons wart about to administer death to him. was argued with such success by the defendaiiVs counsel that most of the were of the opinion that the defendant should 'he found guilty of aggravated assault. One member however maintained to the last that Inasmuch as "PuddV foot" Jones shot three times at the other man wTien that man was defenseless and fleeing and as the said Jon narr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

TM12 VVKEKLY HERALD JUNE 13 IW. local imi: irn.M No greater mistake fan r mado than to consider lightly thq evidence of dlMfta In your iystem. Don't tube desperate hanren on ordinary medi- cines. lt HolllBtrr's Hoi ky Moun- tain Tea. 35 rents Tea or Talilels. 23 lm Mrs. T. R. Millar left Friday for vlrlt durlnic the summer to re. tlves and friend t Tarlfl Texan and Redlnds Cal. A friend rolntoit a ery amusing Incident In connection with tho storm of Monday evening llo ay that a lady of hla aniualutmice aontlt of tho city heranie v.-y much excited over the atorm and thought tho end of all hlngs might he at hand and fall 1ik on "her knees In tho middle of tho floor railed to nor husband: "Jerry flow you pray" and she started In to pray herself. In her excitement she forgot her prayer and started with the following words of nn old familiar hymn: "And was I horn to die and lay thla body down?" Tho reporter la not Informed whether she got atarted right on her prayer bo- fore the atorm ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

rwi "-r '"' ""'i'y"' V THE WRHKLY HERALD JUNE 13. 1907. JURY DELIBERATES ON PRISONER'S FATE Courtroom Packed Willi Listeners to the Power- ful Speeches Which Wound-up Case Against Ellsworth For the Dockray Murder Whether Frank Ellsworth nhall be held guilty of the foul butchery of Earl Dockray last October and whether ho nhall pay the penalty for the crime or be released as guiltless before the law of the ghastly deed for which the state by a powerful chain of circumstantial evidence has nought to bind lilm Ih now being determined toy the Jury of twelve men. Shortly after 12 o'clock today W. J. R. Jackson mudo tho close of :he masterly speech with which ho wound up the case for the state. Then Judge Browning without fur- ther delay read Ills charpe to tho Jury and gave the men Into the hands of the officer to deliberate on their verdict. Opinion Is Divided. .The topic of general talk today has been tho Ellsworth case. Few of (he people however who have made up the audience durlns th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 June 1907

I I i i Tlltf WHI3KLY lil'RAL JUNG 13: 1007. BEFORE THE rj ....... Ellsworth and Burke Streng li n ' Their Case Trial for Dockary Murder By Denying Statements of Other Witnesses in ! (From Thurndny'n Dally.) Ar Chief Culition of Wi htt.t Kan. the Dutch foreman. Jiuni Went K. N. Ktailia and tho other nu n from th Tandy ramh In Ochiltree rutin ty tho Hereford rektiiurunt man Bherlff llutton of Ifc.lhurt Officer 8fewrt John K1o. and oilier wit- noKRfi "mlntaken" or otherwise niln- luldrd In Mating; fmti or have Kiln- worth und Hurk flatly defied the truth In a drHperate effort to ew ape conviction? Tho men und women who have parked the i-nurt room during t ho four days while Fr.mli Kllnworlli lu ben ( rlttct for the murder of Karl Dorkray are dolmtln; I bin queit- tlnn wllh theniHelvoH and each other and before the twelve Inteiim-ly cur- rent men In the Jury box Dlntrlct. Attorney Blahnp with hl Hinlstani roundel (JiiMaviik and Jnrkxon for the Utale und 1. ('. H.irretl with ihl nnHlKta...

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