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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 April 1882

w aUis.Lcn4csA.Co 1 r r " \ liELTON JOURNAL. THUR3DAY, APRIL 6. 1882. LOCAL SEWS AXD V1LWS .y Branch Notes.—Capt. Geo. W. Rafter liiis reuted an office in the Den- ny building. On Monday hia engineer corps began operations toward the Burnet county line. Crossing Nolan creek at the jail they proceeded straight ahead, going to the right of the McFarland residence, to the left of Robertson's place, through the chard of Mrs. Johnson, then iue that lies just beyond her ml so on out." ^portion of the 'corps were about ten milei above here yesterday, Capt. Rafter biinseu Irtwng business in the city that demands his attention. He informs us that the line from the place of beginning to the de- pot grounds in the city is all ready for t ie grading forces. Mr. Clark, a large contiactor. went up to Port Worth on 1 "t-sday to make flnai for the work. He BR£VIL<H(rEST. arrangements , , c wi" probably return i,S, " lon,orr;'w- hegin work setdi a * " Iu tijL' matter of with Mr. Eugene Rlcfc noth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 April 1882

JON JOURNAL. JDAY, APRIL 6, 1882. TERMS. $3 00; Six Months, ft 00; Three Months, 50c. 4. lut-s |-1 ut Costkftross.—As will be reference to Iris letter on the Mr. Geo. C. Pendleton is an advocate for nominating in con a candidate for the lower house legislature should Bell county hav ntative to hereelf. The Jock isagrees with Mr. Pendleton in his conclusions. We hare that amount of confidence in the people of Bell county to believe that they can select 1 proper representative, and we are willing to risk their judgment at the ballot box. We want to say plainly that we have but little confidence in conventions. Sootion have they de generated into factional contests, final- ly defeating the wishes of the people, that we, in common with a large pro portion of our fellow citizens, have ac- quired no little disgust for them, and did we not regard them as necessary evils in the selection of district and state candidates, would urge their ab- rogation altogether. But here in Bell cflonty CTe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 April 1882

liELTON JOURNAL. i THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1:382 LOCAL XE«S A\D VIUWS Branch Notes.—Capt. Geo. W. Rafter has routed an otiice in the Den- ny building. On Monday his engineer corps began operations toward the Burnet county line. Crossing Nolan creek at the jail they proceeded straight ahead, going to the right of A.lie McFarland residence, to the left of Robertson's place, through the j-chard of Mrs. Johnson, then iue that lies just beyond her nd so oTTout.* Aportiun of the corps were about ieu mile^ above here yesterday, Capt Rafter himseti Graving business in the city that demands his attention. lie informs us that the line from the place of beginning to the de- pot grounds in the city is all ready for the grading forces. Mr. Clark, a large contractor, went up p Fort Worth on Tuesday to make flnal arrangements for the work. He will probably return or tomorrow, and begin work of a week. In the matter of Mr- Eugene Rich nothing The commis- today inside st definite has been done. «Ooers ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 April 1882

t«V« no nl Confession*. Austin Statesman. The Helton Jouiinai, fulls aUciilioii to the ff«:t that lite SLi! c? mm fuvoretl the election of Gov. Coke to the Uuilcil Stales Semite. Thin is a mailer of i.o- torfcty, ami directly after his eleclion it was explained in these columns w hy he wan thus supported. The Stales- man Wus,tli«l) convinced that Kiehurd C >ke woul I mal e a reasonably fair sur.4ti r. hut it was fully as well «-• >u vinced thai his aJ minis! rutiou of slate ulluirs wastlanu'eious to the In-st inter- ests of Texas, and that it would thi ro tore be safest to have him removed from the executive <«fllet> ut the earliest moment jxissiMe. His ilnancial policy had been ruinous to the state, and he was runuin;; an expensive p< rsitiial >;i>v- crumenl f«> his own advancement ai d to tbe detriment of the state. With such conviction.*. the idea ia-im; that Jiis early removal from the sphere of executive power would )>tf henitleial to puldie interests...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 September 1883

a asjiSsi JAVA1* FIEHY MOIXTAISN. Office In Helton as second claw mail matter. £ SfHlJRSMY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. HELTON, BILL Thr Xamfeer #f Urea Loai K u at not less than 73,000. Imiwj, August <H.—'The latest ailrim fnioa Batavia. the capital of .lava, show that I he v. .leant. • eruptions In that island arp miK'h mure nerious than at first indicated The OrM eruptions wer* on Saturday ni^ht .m Sunday morning the disturbances WW landed beneath the waters of the strait, and iher were soon boiling and hissing violently while meat waves dashed upon the Javanese si ores, and the teinparature of the sea went upitMriy^wCTtydeKrces. Kven as far away from the original point of disturbance as M - i! 'ir*, im>re tnan UK> miles, the furious waves were lashed Into mountains of foam as they .™n«roJltaRin. The threatening rumblinrs ifnuinaUy became more and more distinrt, and by noon the Maha Sleru, the larrest of the volcanoes of Java, was bek-hlne forth Uames at an alarming rate. This er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 September 1883

ISCTM JOURNAL. THURSDAY. 1888 J TKRM& An year, $8 00; Mi Month*, Thru Month*. 60c. *1 00; (tronft fe from Cuwron. Tbis I plase Vko lwtwe two bran.-bes of for depot i hi Xnr OitaM on Tuesday. That tajMtft trifle sore than to usually paM in •dtoa for ate Oar gronnds. It to perfectly natural that we should be proadof therteady Increase to our pay-in- •itvannanay of Mbacrtbers. and of the en- eontactacworda from all sources. to th* Waco Examiner the pro- iment to tha constitution reduc- hfttotMsaof the eoanty courts, wasde- IsaMd. Wath—«ht everybody was in favor ct that proposition. _ [Arthurhas been west and con- I not to imm up with the country. He wfllprebabiy taken Journey up salt river naa* snaisisi. about the time the national icpnMfcaa committee adjourns. Joe Blackburn has withdrawn, and Cox and CMtola have pooled their issues. This looks gloomy for Sam Kandall, who was about to manfc into the speaker's chair while the ottor candidates held each other back t mat neglect an op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 September 1883

mm ■ijMHM m liELTON JOURNAL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1883. I-OCAL SJiWS AND VIEWS. AuMnecatut. Mr. Petty, of Sparta, is now canvass- ing Bell county in the interests of tbe Jour- nal. He is authorized to receipt for money from old or new subscribers, and to contract for advertising and job work. I «r Pablie Schools. Monday morning oar public schools for the second year were opened with an enrollment • .f WU. The children appeared refreshed by I heir vacation and returned upon their scho- lastic duties cheerfully, a fact that Soparin- t:ndent Williams speaks of with great gratifi- cation. of course all of the new pupils have not been enrolled, but the superintendent the assurance of parents and guardians that they will be placed at school at an early day. A fine corps of competent teachers have been -eeuretf to instruct the public school pupils Iluring the present session, and our schools, in which Belton prides herself, will hold rank with the best in the country. Mrs. Vandiver Uia C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 6 September 1883

.1 WtSBm T«m Editok of The Sex—9h: In Sub it printed a m> licsef rke WWngof Mie incnrpwr* tart <>f I ha Florida Ship C'ml Compn- If The papers Mf*m to Irett llns (in. jeet «rri<MHly, and it i* about 'ime 10 lei Ike public know that the sdiwni' i" wikl aud utterly impracticable. First—It would coat fire times * mock Money aa amy eatimte made by the eafiaeert, or about $3M>,000.900. SeenM—It would require more time to go through tkeeanal than to keep t be open sea. Third—The insurance would be higher by one half of 1 per cent, the ■firing of two ports adding to the ink. Fourth—It would be quarantined half of the lime. Fifth—No ahimnaater would be fool iafe —ough to patronize the canal if tl A Bad Citizen. A dispatch from Waco to the Ga!- vt-gton News, of August 31, says that Major Moran, president of Waco farm, while nmlbr ibe influence of liquor, on Austin street, gave an exhibition of Ins taste by taking a chicken out of liU buggy, partially twisting its neck, and pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 August 1889

«ir READ THIS. sjsss^s* *?*• «te ,twag«Mfe.g « sJtoSootoM s™^«^E£h5$r8 SrtSAd. I am ioo^oWfor^tbe^sta®" "Syy0* Cora Hill. wmiMMO- Co., Tex**- BY HUNTER 4 R0B1H801M xoented on Skfrf any movement JJ*?glSS° I n „«aii j Jg 1 —>• It,,p -'sxsss^ And the wIM Yarrell knocked senseless J.i«« nhnill HENRY AUSTIN, & BELTOS, BELL COUNTY, TBj beltonT ' the Postoffloe In Belton as Second-class JUil Matter. JOURNAL. The renuirks^ncerm^th^Bclton uprovement Asaoci* „ ^ and natural advantog<*°f ®^ed in Bell County, ^dihuve this column, r ve elicited " I on at home, wd *?*eeu letters of inquiry from _ The men and Voperty owners business meu r-^^- , ^ — 'li,e to rS; to 4 garden «fld« eweomwe OMBinlxn* , Sow end agata ■ TrytagU>^?flier Son* song <Btn*r resound tiw« • hand bill o£ ital THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1889. ) VOL. MIL NO. 33. Or* Like 1o cow a to"* iorthecommonfe^-^^ observer, evident to the mw t in_ only * Jul rit* and trade center if omy ©. **« iwui i-'fa'ts' aTice that there im « ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 August 1889

J-e I/# If#*--?: v~ THE HAH ABOUT TOWH. ••The doctor ia often superfluous, «ome- times miachievioas, and occasionally 'a- I quote thai. It isn't mine. A* kaowa, medical aw haw —- • •' for taL" BKEVII^IUfr. Use poiion on your cotton. Rer. J. A. Duncan will hold serrices in the Episcopal church at Austin on Sun- day. Mr. F. Keylich baa opened a Block of ~ He Nigro building next door to Hews. ^ ">e-a pieui*- " ' La tVl?:. KOTIC* OF BISSOLOTIOH. The firm • f I'yier & Euibrce, doing bu> iness in Bel loo, Texna. has been dissolve- by mutual consent, O. T. Tyler retinaj. A. J. Embree succeeds to the business and will pay all liabilities and coll^t a) outstanding accounts. 0<*:' "W,,, ELTON JOURNAL ¥ •OBMCRIPTIOH ®Me Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents; Three Months, 40 Cents. . * - - Club Rirss-Ten copies, 1 year, each $1.40, ^ M copies, 1 year, each, $1.25; 50 copies, 1 year *ach, $1:15, invariably in advance. , PAPERS DISCONTINUED AT BXPI- t RATION OF TIMS PAID FOB. i ■; j . T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 August 1889

■w- ' 'r-X-y BELTON JOURNAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. I860 LOCAL. M i:\V8 AMD TlfiWI C B. Dockum is quite dek. Ed. T. Rocker to Tinting Ban Antonio. Jeff Boone bu retarned to the Puton- die, accompanied by Joe Reese. Mr. C. C. Rather has gone to Kauff- Ban County. Col. W. H. Estill and Nat Terry are ytailing Fort Worth. Mra. Tom Tait and Mrs. Tiidea wiJ re- tarn home this week. Mr. W. E. Roaborough was quite *ick the first of the week, but is now up. Mr. T. N. Duckworth is at Wooten Wells. Mrs. Lizzie Duval of Waco is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jo. L. Wilson. Mr. P. T. Morey bu returned from Minneapolis. City Attorney Frank Andrews leaves today on a business visit to Tezarkaoa. Mr. A- D. Potts :• at Wooten Wells. He will visit Galveston before he returns. Mfes Lula Burger, who went to Galves- ton last week, writes that her health to already improving. Miss Nellie Rucker to visiting in San Antonio. Mr. Bam S. Walker has gone to New York to make fall and winter purchases. Mrs. K. C. Smitber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 August 1889

/ M r y WOODS' MIDSUMMER &MM A GREAT SUCCESS! MY MIDSUMMER SALES PRC VED TO THE PUBLIC THAT he and that no goods can be fonnd for less v 'oney, taking quality into consideration. - Now, you all knowing that the First Cash Store of Belton did sell the best Bargains through Spr saving prices, as I have done heretofore. I shall have the best accommodations for my cust^^ ^ -r all, you shall find CLOSEST PR3 1 %nd Summer, it shall be now my main work to place the Fall and Winter stock before you at money- 1e will be complete and pleasant to you all. I shall give you prices through the papers, and best of i-n A Grand Bargain in RED and WHITE TAL. LINEN. Plain and Fringed NAPKINS to match. Thanking you for past favors, and promising to ay promises to you, I remain, yours very respectfully, The f HVE. i J. WOODS, Belton. Texas. 1SSIP. i win that Brown- ' *—>m his lit- of of t- >■' of iships\ ICL W. Brace, of Hew York, has given 180^000 to Harvard university for a photo- graphic te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 2 October 1897

fj HM& m BUGGIES 1ID BiBIESS, ETC. BY GEORGE ROBINSON. BELTO Office: 190 Kast StrMt. Entered at the BELTON, BELL COUNTY, Belton u Secoad-elasa Mall Hatter. S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1897. F abrics If it's here it's viorthy If if 8 worthy it's here. fast filing in now. If you'll think up' the strongest store in Bell County and then think np it's strongest department | your mind will drop right square down • into this Dress Goods Corner. Maybe, you haven't been here lately? Maybe | ytou are skeptical? Make 8 t6St—"here's a late arrival of just 1G piecesj —Suitings in small checks and plaids and fancy Bourette effects—all colors—34 and 36 inches wide—price 25c and 30c. a yard-the very thing for Fall, ] school, street or travel. A postal will bring you free samples. That will test it. Save you money too. |Bentlej,Bass & Co., MAIN 14 STREET. TEMPLE, TEXAS. ALL KANSAS IS SETTLING. ■van th. Dallnqn.nt Subscriber Has Ca«(bt the F««r. Liquidation la In the Western air. It la catching. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 2 October 1897

THE BELTOH J"OTTRISTA-Xj^ fBA-TTTRX)A."5T. OCTOIBIEIR S, 1897. The Belton Journal ■UBSCKIFTIOII BATI8. One year 11.60; Six months, 75 Cents j roar months. 50 Cents. Tammany flies the track! An all-cotton country can't prosper. So long aa a man has credit be is not broke. Plant wheat and keep onr money at home. Care for the cattle; continue good. prices promise to Savage is blazing the way to a Klon- dike of the right sort. A wise man will tee to it that his credit la not impaired: Morey says the Panhandle country In the swim this year. Some of these Sunday papers are a perpetual nightmare. Some money ought to come to us on this year's pecan crop. Coal Oil Roger can now pour himself on the troubled waters. Poor old Tammany—pie before prin- ciple. Oh, It is pitiable! Tammany refuted to mention Bryan and thus exhibited the white feather. Bell county should raise enough wheat to keep thirty flouring mills running all the time. " Roger Q. Mills Is now an oil plutocrat and doesn't care a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 2 October 1897

THE BELTON JOTTRJSTJlII The Helton Journal. CUBBATU. TkrM Mmea, $3.75; five names, $5. Hear Dr. Lather on Brazil. Dengue haa lota of vlctlma. Cotton from Barnet tbia week. Cotton from Cor jell tbia week. Cotton Iron Lampaaaa tbia week. Cotton from Williamson tbia week Kd Holixclaw mnkea a fine peace offi- Hanta Fa track will reacb the com- preaa today. J. Hardy Smith baa taken a position with Sam S. Walker. Sam 8. Walker baa an interesting an- nouncement tbia week. Next Monday la tbe day for the road overseers convention. Rev. J. W. Collins of Bartlett lost a thumb by an unruly horse. Mrs. Molllna, a slater of Mrs. C. C. M Inula, died In Mayaaota tbia week. Rev. J. A. Duncan and family are now domiciled at tbe Central Hotel. Sheriff Sparks haa moved to Mr*, otrong's residence on Penelope I. Tbe ladies of tbe Christian church will servo dinner next Monday at tbe "Virr building. The Bellon Ballot is the latest addl- n to our local press. It Is populist In principles. Tbe B earner bric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 2 October 1897

t IV- THE BELTOIST JOXTEZNJlJL, SEEN FROM FKANCE. MOW AMERICA AND AMERICANS ARE 1 PICTURED IN PARISIAN PAPERS. Tim of VmIc Sun and His Tor Which French Journals Are of Qtwp Washington. A abort time ago a young American caBM to Pari* for the first time. After ■pending a week loitering up and down the grand boulevards and the Rue de BiToli in the wake of his compatriots, he conceived the idea that he would like to know something of the real Paris and of real French life and particularly to taoome acquainted with the French idea at things in general. He was ad- vised by a Frenchman that the most ex- peditions route to this knowledge was through the columns of a certain Paris paper, Le Petit Parisien. "That," said he, "is the paper of the French bourgeoisie. It reflects France. It has a circulation of 800,000 copies a day. It has no politics. It is very conserva- tive. Its foreign news is good and trust- worthy, which you will like. Jean Frollo, its chief editorial writer, is a very lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 January 1898

1 ES^ \/ The Belton Journal. Jmmrmmt, Imptk Appml lOtflMr, Om iMrilJt. tali F* to lis log op In good style. A Trip lo Chinatown at the Orand on Jusary 33. Tke Bcltoa National Bank re-elected PNtDUter Harvey baa been eonflrm- ed by the Senate. Judge Farm an to a worthy successor of Judge Blackburn. Petition* for and against postoffice removal era being circulated. Katy officials are Invited to visit Bel- Ion and note the Santa Improvements. George Baugb left yesterday with an- other lot of those fine cattle for market. On all sides regret to expressed at the untimely taking off of poor Jack Adams. The ladies of the Christian cburcb will given dinner on the first Monday in February. The Baptist Cborch to having a week of prayer for guidance In the selection of a pastor. Uncle John Oreatbouse was for sever- al days dangerously Ul at bis home near Heldenbeimer. Foatmaater Harvey expects the new furniture for the Belton postoffice to ar- rive next Monday. Mrs. Allen Up*haw bas been almos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 15 January 1898

/ (T"FTTn BBLTON" 0"0"CTR2<rA.lLi, SA-TX3LEUD^"Z", JAJTTTAJyg" 15 1898' [ SEN. ROBERT E. LI A Birthdav Memorial to the South- ern Chieftain. A CONDENSED BIOGBAPHY. life of the Great Confederate Military Leader. Bora • 11m 19th of January* 2807, Died on the 12th of October, 1870—Hl« Strong Character—HI* Stern Sense or JntlM—HIt Distinguished Ancestry. Bis Devotion to His Mother and His lm for Children. Gnat men of great epochs are few. Gen. Robert Edward Lee, whose birthday this ■ketch is designed to commemorate, was one It has been said that "history will declare that the mortal remains of the man which repose hi th« vault beneath the little chapel in the JoTsly Virginia valley are not only those of O valorous soldier, but those of a great and good American." "Success often gilds the ■hallow man, but it is disaster alone that ro- ve* Is the qualities of true greatness" THEINFLUENCE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations—goes sounding through all the ages and enters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 26 February 1898

• •# r / ** / tf -fr/ •■•m * V 3fc" ^ "% 1 *& CO WILL REPAIR YOUR HARNESS BETTER AMD CHEAPER THAN ANT ONE. 3BXj I ^ THE HELTON JOURN AliSAM s ^ FISHER & MONGER FINE TAHBftlNS 1 Office: 130 Kast Street. Entered at the Poetofflce in Belton as Second-elass Mail Matter. BY GEORGE ROBINSON. MID-SEASONftd FURNI8H,MC8- BELTON, BELL COUNTJff TEXAS~"SATUR D A Y, FEBRUARY 2*:, 1898. WRECK OF THE MAINE. Nothing Known Yet as to the Cause of the Explosion. many theories advanced. Tk« OAclsU at Washington Will Hot and the Public to Suspense Official Inquiry "t'M at Havana. Washington, Feb. 21—Nearly a we«k baa passed since the battleship Maine went to the bottom of the waters in the bay at Havana from an explosion. As .far as the public are concerned they w no more of the wreck than they J? *™ ,the *** following, except that of the crew went down to death in the awful disaster, and that most of the bodies have been recovered and have been buried in Havana. If the administration knows any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 26 February 1898

J0 THE BELT035T VoTTTPTTAT. SA.TTTR-DA.1T. FEB! •I ■ EMENTS: I BIT AtUiTBCT- 'NTT ATTO*H*t. f* iMiiann tl name of iPEVA!(T x a ran-IHit' for abject tu the T i'-a of ttr« I to utnun W *• HAIR r n^Mln to the oBce of Wohjert to tfee action of the r0 DISTRICT CLERK. H C M SOHMOR I* bwe> r aannuored a* a i*>ivlai< for reciecttMof DWrict Clerk of t, . -uastr tahject to the actSua of tk« bem- i i insl prtMM J W*TT BKiBAK I* hereby aanoanetd as a utMai* '.«• DiatrVrt rterk of Bell ooontj I )aet to Ike artioa of the Democratic prlma- -«>K SHERIFF. V £ are aa:borlz*d to aaooonre SAM W M aRK« mm a -aadhlate f'.r ,-brrtff of Bell coun- ty Mfcjert to the at tloa of the Democratic WE are authorised to aaaoaace LEE J. Tan KE1CLET mi a candidate for reelection of Sheets at BbH coaatT. Sabject to the action of the D.i i tlc pnmaiiea FOB COISTY JVDGE VI are aa'hortecd to aanoance W. C, HAL IKfT aaaeaadldate for the office of Conntr Jadca of Belt Coaaty Sabjoct to the action of WE aa Mel: ...

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