Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, June 03, 1937, Image 2

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    T h u r n d a y , J u n e 3, 1937
By
masquerade
' ' < ! « > » la » Sn-wv
BwS
F R I D A Y — Continued
tt.p acme AU I kaoe
dj*r. ’
« ir Safin: traffic
~
are sues* and a the ____
« -* too* road» a rt empty I have
as idea that I spec through red
-^ -a
•*
caaiaCy as through
stop tar agy-tfr-wg
Dressed for the O ccasion
F arm
INEZ HAYNES IRWIN te.-.pj^ m t h e ______
“ <***!»« wah
T * 0“ -
« P e o a E y «nee h» a
-T -^ < «o produce that edecy w teci
-* «a* purpose of lia» oocxane--
h* becomes Bruce H e x m the So*-
U w y*
b r -'
1er toe poor, icrturec »oui. I car>-
* * brtog myweE to ir.ak» puhbc
evec » s^gie e t l _
of toe u>
Bmt .-.ere are toc». per
i* t t *-*' **-■* or relatively sane pas
jS**** »Tuch I CQBKàer significant I
& m e I give wwd ter
„ \ e I ;
«hem. Some I have
.
t o m e ------ -—
This brings me to the »»ei-mg
-vf -as« Friday— the dav 1 t ,. e t
A c e B U ik i.
He t t o d T n t o d ^
luachevc.
aa4
ard to play
Io ton M r!«
gotf with h ^
* * played tine hole»—and tbeo
suddemy he suggested that a e call
oe Mrs. Avery W< arrived there
• lia le after two o cteck.
Mm
Carnes and Miss Prer.ti»,
“ ere
ax abcu: i h r «
irepped Dcx-uc Mardeo at tus
home ob Second H ead; brought Ace
'-hec. drove borne my-
I
o p ic s
1272,
G R A S S F L A V O R IN
M IL K U N N E C E S S A R Y
K e e p Cow s F ro m A n y G reens
F ew H o u rs Is A d v ised .
* * J?’- ?. - r ,
. laarvetw a D.lr»
1270
130 »♦
V
P“ 1*
lh4!
desirable
** ® * R v o r to Bulk quite so suc-
- I Bunk I bad not been at borne
cessfuLy a» tender green gra«». but
He
a o re than fifteen
wh«
I doctor Mardec called me up <» » order to avoid the undesirable
« i - r and flavor which nearly ak
£
i s ;
1 I
the teiepboBe He said that be
» ays occurs when cows are first
a m atter o< great smpcrtaace to **“ 3 7 * ao pasture, it is necessary
///
“ * *> f re -,« the telepvcoe ■ »
.^ - ,^ 3 » ^ * ^
“ e* K*SA< talk over with as» and asked tf
« f e » that have artruaa^tod dur- X Z S m T S
» * * * £«-‘ =---i be might come to the Camp at to observe cautxto in the pasturing
practice
*
«a< my absence She saw at * e -7.f .-.
'•'«*-*-• trace, ooc* ° f course I s a d yes He
Reaearch worker» at the Califor-
that c etoirg bad h a rre -e - and v * - i r - ^ e r pi*ymg together—ba:- a rm e d as sex» as his car could
I « - that ¿ 7 s a w
S .^ T a s ^
? * L ¿ * n o e a
Yet
toa and Oklahoma Agncultural Ex-
bring him
And he told t - t
“
periment statoona have shown that
ae quesa-e«. made no comment I i
».
W /
Here folkwed as detail the «-»v-t. - cc-ws are kept away from rough­
the
firs:
^Z“ ^ * 1
1
e>*=<
*
time
a
l
i
.
4
L_»,
V
-
w- — a ~ -
iC
age» especiaUy green roughages,
«
«
7
that
Doctor
Mardes
had
told
—
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«
.
.
.
n
.
the
mo-
are walked through the haU
and arrow the floor at my bvmg- ■ * * war was declared I sailed for ^ atr>ck ■r!- ="-» This was Bruce at least fir» hours before milking
very httoe at the feedy flavorwiU
rooer. to the door ieadirg ccto the France I volarieered to ru= an Hexscc. s comment
evade,.,
e < m ia ,
“ I have sever expersenced such
ambulance ter the French army
pcarza
Procedure
c
a
t
be applied to pas-
•
cataclysm
since
the
day
I
learned
1
met
hem
when
I
r
u
clearing
There I was cocfrocted by a
It was as
- - - • « practice. The cow. can be
the wounded ter the Formgo Le- at Sister Dora s te a m
« ta rg e picture.
V e became close fr.ends al­ though » tornado had been loosed turned on pasture or.mediately aft­
Seated a ooe at the hammocks
most
at
ccoe. we have bees close esjee rn j bead—a tornado amh tha er the mommg milking but they
were Care and HrpestCl Thev sat
should be removed to a dry lot or
inends
ever
cnee
There was a l­ e « r a fury <* fism» R „ ^p,
close,
bolt upftghk
her hand
Is ^ - t * d everyw e re a bam at least five hours before the
so
a
profess,;nil
ae
I became r_s
« « P e d EfhUy m hto. Thee were
next miuung.
T » hare been much to­
>
outwardly. J
mooting s t r a t a ahead. It « a j ob- **w > «
I I
pr* cuc* » followed for the
gether ever m e t jut first m eetng "
perfectly a-1!
vwua that they had not heard the
first
two
or
three
weeks
in
the
Doctor M arder that
ear or my footstep»
r
I --ad kaewa Sister Dora
I did ^ r ^ J ther* ’rU1 *» ' « 7 kttle of
“In l i l t we both met at a
They started apart and then there
_
pital a: Coocy-sur-Sen e » yoarg
v
1 ipved her
I the undaurabie grass odor and fla-
“»»»
came together agam ~
him cciy that I had admired rcr a tbs m Jk This practice will
T'acre I did not k r »-
T H E R E , Mrs. Astorbilt. ti< n. Spring means so much m or*
I toetered through the
«
ev er, wimmate most of the wild gar-
her as H.eancr Caere
»•here are you going in that when one's clothes look tha p a rt.”
£*=*
-T *y saw a: once that scene-
rf to*-», p i,at
E '^ rrtc d y m the hospxtd M r told me that Ace BLailue was bc or ooioo
lovely summer gown?”
catadyamjc had happened.
' You're quite right, dear, b^t
P-ying to make Mis» Eames elope are .ourd m the pasture
At the
They eaped • their feet, harried ca~e_ her *S aler Dora' and bo
“ Not very far, Miss Junior Deb. now let's run along W * have work
same
tan<
the
cows
will
have
Ace and I followed the habsL J
In- * : -Z T 51 . 7 \ * r * 7 * » »0 time to
toward m *
Just down to the store to buy ma- to do.*’
1 advisrd him to go to enough tome to consume the neces-
-« *c «men last Friday afremocc. I »
'V a a t a n, Auat M ary»“ Hope-
**.?*? for “ piay ’ Ult Ilke yo u « ”
The Palteraa.
*nd toll him the whole « • 7 quar.hty at gras, to supply
- ♦ 42
I ’-«Pi*'-her refer to her
B ell, Ma -mah, tf you must copy
asked
Dear Mrs Avers ' ” *» Eleanor. I real_rec that 1
H * »sked me tf I would ac­ their neeos
Pattern 1270 comes in sires 14
my style, you couldn't find a bet­ to 20 ( 33 to 42 bust ) S i m 18 re­
quavered • -what ha» hap- chfme.y forgotten what her re*:
7^
the very finest flavor in
kt“ aad I agreed to do
ter model because these shorts quires 5 S yards of 38 meh ma
m -k durmg the pasture season, it is
5cme water. S arah'"
really fit. and the whole thing is terial.
_ -Sister Dora was the most beaj-
-“-»FPened fortunately that Ace suggested that this procedure be tel-
Sarah appeared wtth a glass oí - - woman I have ever seer a _-»d not left the house
a tailored job.”
la my c v r i throughout the entire tim a
Pattern 1273 is designed ter
»a-«-’
I drank it to the las: drop
A Stylist peaks.
i—e nre was the best woman P'r^e ce Doctor Maraen told Ace
; sires 14 to 30 <33 to 42 bunt) Sise
May
I
as
Susie
Sew-Your-Own
—estén, both ai you—and listen I have ever km wn m my hie
I
what he had u ld me
I
16 requires 4*b yards of 38 meh
F o rc in g B re e d in g H e n s
S * '* -
- \ 5 = I myself cacgt: the
Interrupt you two with the latest m aterial. 2 4 yards o ' ribbon are
•e - to tore with her the mstan: I frunk th » was the firs: tome m
--s n g e hollow resonance ci mv looked a: her F r im that moment. « y h f e that I ever saw Ace B '^ k ie
word from my class in dress de required for the tie belt.
B y I n c re a s in g P ro te in
“ Aad doc't tell anybody ye:' , 00 ether w ____
*ign? You, Sis, are a pre-vue ' Pattern 1304 is for sires 34 to
» « P « it- Before
Forcing
breeding
hens
by
m-
1 . * * •'J* t coese from Bruce Hea- j^ced my heart She did
cf Miss America m proper sports . 4« Sue 3« requires 3 4 yards at
lore -toe-or Maraen finished the story
S K ! camp. Be shot himself jts t “ •*' 1 r t i -cec very sooc that sre hts face was ghastly He admitted creasmg toe amount of protein in
» e a r while Ma-mah is modern ,o 35 inch m aterial plus 4 yard coo-
“ J . <°* tBere
H e i dead
He
the minute with her raised «ai.it- I toa»ting.
a
*~ true
He sad that “7 , ra :xgi tf.ay be done «Tth no iU
never lore me. In all the
^ d A « B la ik i«
H e - s l e f t a « , . “ Z i t . 1 tcew her, I never even prm a Demcyne had not divorced
“ *= »butidsnee of green
line and fulled bodice I, in this
Send your order to The Sewing
•eed
is
supp„ed
Recent
experi­
— ed at my love a * may have
morning frock, have what tie i Circle Pattern Dept . 149 New
-rx t husband when she went
For an instant Hopemll sad ^■-îdectet it, out no word of hers «--rough the cerem jc . with h im ; ments conducted at the Oklahoma
hook calls classic simplicity. Be Montgomery Ave . San Franciscn
experiment
statx»
that ^ c - ” coasequeac*
ac-hmg. Then “ Great God"' he ever suggested to me » that tote
that as it may, I couldn't get Calif. Patterns 15 cents <m coins)
she did
E^ qrjeBC* h a ’ m am age • gricuitura!
mattered.
aad a « knew
r - * * * 3 IX
* : and that Show toiat the m ortality of the breed­
I« may be ti
T' 'r4 was > € gal
along without it. because it's so each
ers fed green feed was not increased
Caro ourst into tears
f tr from the time she
cool and comfortable ”
respect him
:e met h j m - I „
.* T t J a a te
res,
Bell 9 > n « ra i«
W Kc Service
— - was
___ m ~ one
H
w u no at- by forcing, observes a w riter m
^ - b i e " ' she exclaimed
beamed last Fmda T_«he
oc* thir.r
tn.r.g
He * m
made
Everybody's llappy.
Success*!.
Farm
ing
Green
feed
pro-
I did not teript tc vindicate himself. At the
“ Thanks for the approval, Su­
Her voice rounded and -eve with Ace B -tà ie
MHR COOL w it *
end. he said briefly. What do you tecto the hatching «puabties of eggs
deepened with her emotion. But S T u i * ? * * “ ■ * *
sie. Your clever dress would be
— ^er. Naturally. o«r Pans wer- expect me to do. Doctor Mar-den*’ “ P—’-uced by forced breeders Rs-
as she went oc repeatmg. “H o m -
a bright spot m anybody's kitchen
'Doctor M a r ie - said. -I expect tx r i ’ --’t a protein carter.: as high
ble Hom bie: H o rn U M “ that emo- =tiss»es did a « always r:m ad e
and now that you've got the swing
so we did not afra-:
her u> y o i to make an annotmeement that * • a per cent may be fed without
two went out of her voice and
of this sewing business there will
tojury
to
the
hatchabilitv
of
eggs
tf
Ce’-cer
I never suspected that, ® F ?iep ‘ granddaughter a your
other came in its piace—relief. O -
be no stopping you. But even so, 1
sprouted oats, alfalfs meal, or some
Aoe
« ¡<mg as it had to come out. dear wüen *e was oc pe—
must admit I'm a proud mother
i« * '
green
feed
is
fed
each
day.
“ ' I wnb do that. Ace agreed
M r*. Avery, Tm glad that it has spxmt virtually all his urne w.m
7ou can go just as far as you
Where
feremg
is
done
by
mcreas.r’g
“ •VneE»' Doctor Marder. asked
« » * ou« new. For hew I sufTered Sister Dora."
*'ith this new hobby.’*
the protein in the feed and us-r.g
tersely.
mght long' I ^ v e been sc
Gee, Ma-mah, isn't it swell to
lights, the use of green feed is espe-
.
remember ve rr weT the as:
“
Are
said
that
he
would
like
to
would arrest m.v t o « I saw her
be on such friendly terms with
Danger in Words
Bat that » a take a little time to think the mat- ciaEy important to maintain goad
^ » a d -a fre r. Grandfather told me
Fashion? I think good old Sew-
Wise men say nothing in dan­
pre-oaus
memcry
and
.as
nc
place
advances
m
the
total
egg
produc-
- -v
e'-er
'You see a involves
-ae whoie story last night. I know
Your-Own
deserves
most
of
the
gerous times —Selden.
tian.
— — s comes^or.
Tre nei
mg ohahgmg my will, he said
now that my real name is Carol_ne I anew ai s ^ t was that she had
credit for arranging the introduc-
xn
g
do
you
r
e
;
uire
to
“" •?
r ® Ace Bla-k.e s •one to soutfaen France Sr e came
t-m k s over?' Doctor Mardes
ax-ughtor. but I carnet m û » i f * beck
to Pa.-a but a f t ___ .
C le a n W a te r fo r P o n d s
asked.
it ^ b J
Scarce':r *2 ® « “ 4bir- t <F for Spam I did
- L T to r
A iocatxwi that wiE allow drain-
"Ace
thought
lor
a
moment
or
X for .ast Eight grandfather told I ’ »eve-
------ see saw
ner ner agam
•X' ocq orz.y
pasture ©f
two. Then he sam. T E tell yoa
c e that I must be prepared at
Suoceh-y I got -r.rrug- friends wfiat TE do. Doctor Mardes We re meadow should be chosen for the
TV.
---- V -----
« V taomem for his arrest
He the news of her death in S
The .a p re m , fall of a)| f . | | t
•am
f-to g to M rs Stew s party tzv- g»-- farm pond, says Marion Clark of the
■ku:
the
firvt
doubt of one c « - I f —
was sc exhaustod that he went
” I t is impxissibie tor me to ^ 2 I have ah app.tmtm.en: to meet my Missouri Ccbege of .Agrxruiture.
C o a a le u de C w peru i.
I « < « mm u ni the haste in winch I am _
*
ater
from
barnyards
and
lots
<h«ty by M e rifirr« ran n u n ad
«
teL Hc^estoZ and he sa.d 4-->3 with me »adequate ,<w ers~S t*tft-egger is Mrs. Avery's Spmner should nev er be alio« ed to drain in­
st lfl 36. I have a little business
that -
We've peer. U k ih g it
T T i ~ Mrn 6" 91
»1 broliK
mi
expression at my command «hat «-to has
• I h ie itself, to attsia n a tu rr'i eree-
That won't take two to ^to*-4 Poo«is 'Where it is de-
■
“ -a whole mormr.g long We
e . aeato did to me
For several mmutes S-poose yoa stroll over ftrabie jo construct a pond where
eeredmg t d e j . - f l i , 1rlh u f K ritk
s* * „ ao W4-T « r t - b r t what a weeas. I «as not myself. Inneed.
UMTS lin M T lf -W «U TIN
l here is no >urh thing a< a great
there at about a quarter to eleven water from lots would normally
« » -fo rt Hopesthl. wen to me
H«r» • th» i m thai vt! "----- zfc M r
~ * y ^ y that I nave never been —iet us say—and we'B rate the cram mto it. terraces should be
man ar a great ««m an . People be­
•"J?®*“*
»‘‘V • h " W ---- n ir « T U
^ dv 30W JE *-"•
everyth..-E
lieve in them a . they u.r<t Io b. Iirve
-ne same man since Th-s I man- whole thing over Tas pretty shak­ 'C<C to intercept the contam.nated
u.. cf-4r- i «
Grandfather is out cf
»
dragon«
and
unirom
«
-G
eorge
C?OCea; froea = F tr ends en by tins and I was up most of last w ter and carry rt to another water­
£
W -v
*£“ a aorra* sei.<
Bernard SAair.
“ 1 -«>- beer. free. I wouid n a v e m gr: with patients. I'd -ike to take shed «here it « J1 not pollute toe
Any ebd Brace H e z m
The *o r« t of i| ¡a, divarniamrnt
pc-rxi water
gone
a:
once
mto
ret-remer*
I
4
bttle
r.»p—
I
want
to
sleep
oe
n
.'
—nay father?”
am been left to ,he p a ritiq . „„J
•xthk I would have
“ Doctor Marder. agreed He left
Iroo lnrU m .l, rwluoor ooo-OwS H oo^uZie
pew e h a, h ^ n left 1» the militaries«.
- knew no mere about it
• , “ft U .nrwhom K.— „ I
'“ f t
nrotnerbood or other, retired to immed.ateiy
But after he had
G ra in M ix tu re fo r P o u ltry
I a i »</ I Jo> d G+orf+.
• » Ir H * an hour to nomata. 8 » roo, •---•
you «io, my dear child ’’ .
some remote m e ra s e rv
But »e gone. Ace said sjabeniy that B was
hanlwar» à»ai«r.
rw*» ■ ir"-'
The «Ih m ale value of our w i,n -
There are several grains or com­
swered “ We shaj a_ ar.ow
were m a war and I
t.he achievement, re.«. u,o,n , u r
FRfcB F»U «*~ l:>ttatrwb< aa4 « b O m a l
bo use his trying to sleep, that he
b in ever ’•
binations of grams that give satisfac­
about ih ta woa«larfal Iraa. ¿>a*d p«8(au<
■ 3t ® cr“ eTer- I found one comfo—
•b it.« , io „ „ .h ,,,,
broaden and
was
too
exctoc
He
offeree
to
in “I
tory
results.
but
the
one
most
com-
* 3 - : . f I had pmom_sed my moth- 1 drive me back to toe camp. After
1» enrich our liv e .. Z M u d Sarnof)
mor..y used in sE sections of this
— a a-nd o. dreamy apathy. " I er that I would 4 ways car
ner ! be got there, he suodestoy made up xta'e, says a North Carolina State
want to feel for awhfc toL re-
Bible with me. Kcw J begar. to 1 his mind to change his wiu then ar.d
-e ase from that awful am am .”
read i t I read it through. Since I there
I was rus lawyer. I drew co—i^e pou.ti> man. is composed of
®
cent yellow corn and 40
I > « ; d " e T i0 T ,d n r e HopestiH,“ then I have read
—
_l th r o u g h m a n y t up a new will for him
It was
tan«*. At first i t g a v e m e o n ly abort I typed it myself He s«aed per cent wheat However, this ra­
? We=t
* T comfort came— ¿ t it and Berry and Adah serv ed as tion should be largely governed by
o T * V'e New T« “ a « *-< x t» m (ha witnesses. You wiE find that «-Jl what a grown on the farm , and the
oort cf toe grain which must be
keejoo that Sarah Darbe heined Oid zestament Presently, but this , clipped to this confessjon.
purchased Where there is an abun­
S
1 •« *
“ TY eaa Ace went home
was several years after Dcra s
7 °;
the mid-day sur aeath, I saw the Light ”
‘ After he had gone, I began to dance of heavy barley (48 pounds to
was fiarmg m the blue skv
And
feei uneasy. That tornado r t E toe nuf.be. i or heavy oats (38 pounds
J^if F r e d N e h e r
t--er. nature, reinforced by this sec- I ,
t&Zovei a rather long, ram-
to toe bushel) these may be substi­
bormfymg s h o c k . ' p r - ^ i to , ~-mg arc msanely iEogical account swirled and flamed m my mm«L tuted for a part of the corn and
But scene toungs were clear
I
J =1° not quote
take her toU. I sank iaxmediatelv ' ? f'X
realised that here was / heaveu- w heat but should never exceed 30
W IL L -
’Í fc* ars °®-‘y indirect: v os ser.t importunity to serve Sister per cent of the grain mixture.
» to a coma so truck—it w m Ï" .
i'"'3' ! 6 '
t* e= toXKtei on th i B - J ' S * * * “ ‘■a'ie r
1 itove read Dcra by protecting her child
head, chloroformed . .
a f ,Z ~ n. uce Hexsoh s confession of fa th Something seemes to tell me th a t
A g rlc u itu ra i N o tes
rate I did not ©per. my eyes u n tj many tim .es b u t I always
. - get
content with the wul. Ace
tx . mommg run was stream.:-»
» toe erraticism and dis-asso-
dis-associa- ‘ delay toe anriouncemest that
Hogs yield a greater proportion
to the room.
s
taos of his expression f I •*.
r bne*
I
ft»'.»* T
...
e ___ a--
Prentiss « was
his daughter
amU. aft­ at edible meat than any other meat
° ° Ce r t f l * re4-X g er he had married Miss Eames. anim als
Bruce Hexson's canfessx» lie« the Old Testament a great Xugr.t— That story might make a difference
• • •
be. ore me as I write But not his
A'ways begms if with a capita;— » M i « Eames's feeung lor farm
I t is found that seven out of every
xuoserjy horned m his mur.d
'
confesnor as I shall set rt
JOB farm fires start wb. i sparks
I iiked and admired M-ss Fames
here It is or. f i r r x g ,
I did not want her to undergo as land on a roof.
dOCUaent' He
P°ured
• • •
-
a t would approximate
it out m one night, writing a ta ir ^ -o tr. the Psaima
5is.er
Dora
s
But
more
ana
more
and Isaiah
Among spring-seeded pastures,
ume I tad read it-a tid 7 r.e d
—oh steadfastoy more and more—I
it—again and again before I saw
cfc* n<ec
whe^e wanted to do this last service for oats g ne the greatest pasturage in
the fhortest time and at the leas»
I became as entirely «tfferent
» it two entities One is the insane
cost.
HreX* 0B- ? F ia< i l i c g . i a E ^ ••/an. I eschewed aE my former the dead lady of m y heart.
“ AE this tore and flared inside
• • •
r a t if y from toe Old T e s t a t e - b-eai-res—drinking, dancing, thea- me
what the sane Bruce H e x o S ^ S i er-gKhg, I might say. social <tver-
M ilk cows require from 100 to 300
‘ The end of it was that I sug­ pounds of water daily, it is stated by
of every kind First I ren-ed
never have ju stffied-send.-g M
gested to toe servants that we go the Missouri experiment station
x-
j...
an
active
professional
hie
rcaa 7 * °
t>re's<nce of :
up toe n v e r to the island camp
• • •
be* Maker, sending himself tr his then I retired from toe world
for the week-end. Adah aad Berry
M aker with blood or. his r.arxfr
,<ram
W0Tid and I
More
than
50
kinds of frujts and
always erjoyed toie island camp
H e n . I am quoting phrases m the eschewed aE my former esio*
» ■ a . One thmg I c.-ung to ^toat aad they were delighted with toe vegetables are of commercial m>
c o n fe s s » itself.
AE these pas- ;
idea. They rowed up the river to portance in toe United States
»7
fr.er.hsf.;p w,th
a X
sages have what my husband use'- » •«
the camp. I had some port «m e
J
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1
?-
ved
to call the rhythm of insarntv
in tfie camp and I gave them a bot­
For the past ten years the tobacco
But 1
him for
Some are nearly uninteE-g. « ■ ^ .Z -f* “
anotoer thing
He was m e x ^ tle that night. I knew that after crop in the United States has aver­
some grotesquely incoherent. Obce
1*^7- «^h efted in my mind with the long day. that would make aged about 1450.000.000 pounds
«to h4i k cov«
w i c i 7
r u l j4
■ p«ge
P*ge W
with strange s
them sleep aad it did They went
grown on 1.740.000 acres and having
v He Was « r e m e i y to bed early.
fi-agra.ms or drawings. with the I fi
> « O l|
4* = » 4Uhg_what With has r r > ?
f i t * 7 ‘lr-*''*d f4r» value of C14,-
n o BE C 0 \ T l M L b /
800.000.
H id to
• a * H w «. nono of Mow
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frees
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