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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1886)
THE WEEKLY OREGON SCOUT.
UNION. OREGON, SAT, J UN 13 ,'-'0 1880,
Tlin SCOUT hni a Mich I,nnjer Circu
lation tltnn any ln)icr in this Htictlon
f the State, nnil If, tlicrnfnrii tlip ItllST
Tills Is n Trim Htntt'inmit, nnil v
phut I notallov it to lie quntiuii(:l by nny
other paper. Advertisers will tlu well
fo make a nolo uf till.
Union county is graph jcalli' flo
pcribctl hy a writer in tho Portland
Orcgonia'n as follows:
Union county is now onJoyng a
healthy and woll-doservcd boom. The
recent rloh strikes in tho placer find
quart? mines of Pine valloy has at
tracted the attention of the milling
jnen and capitalists of the ontire coast.
Investigation, so far, has resulted
favorably to both the newcomer and
tho industries tested. Owing to the
peculiar location of the rich agricul
tural districts of tho county, lying as
they do in u chain of rich unci fertile
valleys, extending from tho gotith
wost to tho northeast, and but one
lino of railroad crossing the county,
tho O It, So N, , hut littlo of Union's
diversified advantages are seen by the
incoming or outgoing visitor via the
overland route. At present the O.
It, SsN. is tho only lino of railroad
traversing tho county. This lino
crosses neai the south end of the
county and at the head of Grande
Jlondc valley. To poo tho many and
productive valleys and extensive .slock
ranges tho visitor must leave tho rail
road, and, to reach the most remote
Talleys, travel some thirty to lifty
miles by stage.
AN KXTENSIVK COUNT!'.
Union county has an area of over
fiOOO miles or nearly !), .100,000 acres.
Of this vast acreage two-thirds hns
been surveyed, tho most of it being
the finest agricultural and grazing
lands that can be found in the state
Tho chuin of valleys extending as
nbovo mentioned, are protected on
cither side by a range of mountains,
tho Blue on the west and tho Engle on
the east; tho Eagle hojng tho gold
hearing rungo. The Grand Hondo,
Wallowa, Imuaha and many other
streams wator tho numerous valleys
from end to end, and nearly evcrv
fltroam i of suiucient sizo to furnish
more than water powor enough to
run the mills and factories of the
towns and hamlets of tho county.
Tho lumbering interests are larger,
and the fir, nine, spruce and tamarack
statute thick and extensive. The
iitock ranges aro tho finest in the state,
being well watered; not subject to
hard winters and free from diseases
Tisuully prevalent on Western ranges.
jiosiKS Foit ti:rn,u:ts.
Farmors dciriug to locate in thin
port of Oregon will find many induce
ments not olfured elsewhere Here
they can find a cliuiato, soil and sur
roundings of a congenial nature.
Tho invalid can not llnd a better place
or health; the physician in search of
rest and reliremout from practice will
exclaim, Hiirukiil" after u year's
residence hore, Every calling save the
laborer and professional man can do
well here. Tho last mentioned will
find room as I lie country settles up.
Lands may lie had by purchase from
private parties, the stato board of
Bohool laud commissioners, and by
location under tlio honicstoad anil
othor acts of the United States Land
laws, Stato lands cost Sl.'Jfi per
acre; school land, $2. Improved
lands aro worth fiom $G to if lift per
acre, according to location; deeded
lands, unimproved, $2 to $16 per
CIIAKOKS 1'Olt TOOK MKN.
The interior valleys offer rare op
portunities to men of moderate means;
tho Indian and Wallowa, especially
tho latter. Thousands of acres of
lands sirnorioi in fertility to Iowa and
othor Wostorn states oau bo had in
tho AVallowa valley uudor tho land
acts of the lrnited States, at a Hilling
cost. Deeded land, both improved
and unimproved, can be had at "live
and lot live" prices, Tho great vnl
loy of the lVallowu is about forty by
sixty miles, and its only drawback is
a luck of railroad facilities, La Grande,
sixty miles distant, being the nearest
shipping point. Tho new mining dis
tricts lie adjacent to this vallev, and
a wagon road of n few miles will soon
giro the valley a better homo murkol
than a railroad would. Eastern men
with small means can do more for 'ess
money in this part of Oregon, than
for three times the same amount in
California her eliinatlo-ctiro-nll supe
riority to the contrary notwithstand
ing. SOU. AND I'ltOIU'CTS.
Tho woll of the valleys is black sandy
loam, subsoil usually clay, in mi mo
localities gravel. Wheat , ' oats, bar
ley, rye, hops, flax and hemp; hay
timothy and clover; all kinds of veg
etables and fruits except pouches,
which, however, do well in some lo
calities. Who it yields twenty-five to
forty bushels to tho acre; otus and
barley, forty to seventy; timuthv hay,
two to three and a hair tons, 2o irri
gation is necessary, as there is suffi
cient ruiufall to raise any crop.
As yet tho mineral resources of the
county are in their infancy. As far as
developed, tho indications point to
great possibilities. At present the
new districts aro overrun with a lot
of farmer-minors and inexperienced
prospectors, who place a high price
upon "tin Indication." and thus
keep capital out . Experienced miners
with money enough to "grub" them
selves n few mouths can find in the
-oseph, Cornucopia and other dis
tricts of liiiou county an HI Dorado
that they littlo dream of. Thoadvnu
tangos of this comity make living
water is plenty ami rice as
DnjiMissiosKii Si'AnKS. of tho land
pfflco, states that of the whole public
domain acquired bv the government
(about 1 ,-100,000,000 acres) thero re
mains unoutcrcd un'd undisposed of
2,M),OOO.O0D acres, pr a litto more
than one sixth, l'ivorsixths of nil the
public lauds acquired by the govern
mcnt. therefore, and thcen five-sixths
cmhrarin" the most valuable of them,
have boon disposed of, and onc-sixtli
onlv remains, Of this ronmamt the
Commissioner estimates that three.
qtliirtcMs. or about 160 000,000 acres
aro unavailable foi egrictiltiral pur
poses. Tho total area granted to
rai roads is loft , 000, POO acres, an area
lariror than tho .States of Missouri,
Illinois. Iowa and Indiana, and equal
to cloven per cent, of flip entire public
domain. Tho value or ineso raiiroaci
irrants is estimated at ?") an acre
makinir the whole value 8705,000,000.
The public lands in Alaska, about
!(70,00U,000 acres, are not included
in this estimate,
Tim New i ork Commercial says
editorially: It behooves us at this
stage of qpr history to consider the
nronrictv of nrotciting ourselves
aira hist the immigration of alien ene
mies, who are oneinios not alone of
this country, but of society and civil
ization, of law and order, of peace,
industry add human progress, It is
lime for Congress to consider the
question of regulating immigration,
that foretell countries may no longer
make a Uotany Day pf America.
Of thp 110th.
Nuup, July 5, 1
Grand Procession at 10
Oration at Grounds, by 1'cr. G,
M. Irwin. Heading of Dcola
ruljon of Independence,
Public Dinner on tho Grounds at lgM".
.Many of the most extensive stock
growers In Montana Territory are
driving large bunches qf cattle across
the border and ranging tlieui on the
Xorthwest Territory ranges. Ranges
are leased from the Canadian Govern
ment for terms of twoiity-ono years.-
The Canadian rangemen are inc:n.ed
against the Dominion Government tor
permitting Montana owners this priv
ilege. They win petition the Domin
ion to revoke the law granting such
Miiavaukkk is making pretty thor
ough work with her anarchist pets.
About fifty indictments have been
found bv her grand jury, one of the
victims of oppression being an alder
man who made a speech counseling
tho forcible nlol very of some of his
brethren who wore under arrest for
Sinou the Wallowa Jliiottnin re
ceived its now press, tho printing lias
been so badly executed that its patrons
have been unable to decipher a single
paragraph in tho paper, boipc poo-
plo, if thev wanted to bo sarcastic,
would declare the same to be a groat
Mpsic wjll be Furis!ied by fhn L'n
i oi) Silver Cqrnet Hand,
Foot jhico, Sack I face, Kgg I ace,
Hurdle I (nop. Etc.
Entrances will close at 10 a. pi. July 5.
The Ancient Order of Plugs
Will appear at. It o'clock p
(S It AND DISPLAY 01
AT XINE O'CLOCK P. M.
Of the 110th. Anniversary of America's
at elgin; ob., GRAND BALL AT If H
Saturday, July 3, '86
NQTfCE VOl PUBLICATION.
Lvxji Prrui: iT I,v Ohaxhe. OnKojX.
Ma 17, 18.SH, 1
Nothjc in hcroby plven that flic followhiK-nnnn-q
eottlqr fins tiled notice pf his Inten
tion t inuko iitul proof in minport of
cluim, and that Haul proof wil) be niuijo lie
forc ltcristcr and Keceiver t f-u (irn(lc,
Orej,Mii, on Juno 28, 1SM5, vU;
D. S. Vo. ,')KO. for the UK NI-J h-pc. ami
SV VV umlNVi MV Sec, i'! T B H. Hsime
40 I'JWM. Ho nnmcs tho fullowiiiK witness
es to prove Ii'is continuous ro.-tjijpncc upfin.
and cultivation of, said land, viz: Ixn.'ic
Hullcri A. J.'Wrifjlit, Hindi Lynclj, ami K.
Favrc, nil of 'f'ulocayct. Oregon.
Ii III Fay YOU lo hi ii lii li ink
l'Cm Till? UKASON THAT
jsylkt) Bj "
Has a Mammoth Stock of Dry Goods and
They are Coming,
Mr. Marr. of Moborly, Mo. , is jiore
ant will have a oar load of tho
Champion Hay Rick-!
and Ends from Rundown.
ill tlie Mel,
ersand Rakes, !WooJ Hi(Ics
Tn a fow days,
Any ono wif-hing one, can call
Mr. Marr or ,T,E. Yowell.
; SAUNDERS NEW STORE,
KVHUY MAC'HINK OUAllANTUKD.
Having rented the old stand formerly occupied by 1. A. "Hoskowilz,
I have PERMANENTLY LOCATED and .cipd up a
MTJLHOLLAN, KNOX & CO.,
New, Full and Complete Assortment
126 First St., PORTLAND, OR.
Nn rharfTPS fnr fillmrr nrrtorc
SEND F" CIRCULAR-
SOMMER it HAMILTON,
General Merchandise BARGAINS IN MINER OUTFITS,
KiL'in is tho now. lmisncrous town, situa
ted near Kiili Tran liridire. hi Indian Val
The next wagoij road eiin through l-Hghi,
to tlio Wallowa, I'onpj sec us, anil tin-
town, when you go to or come from tlio
11 UIIU il
HOMMER & HAMILTON.
The BUST Washing
Machine in the W ovld!
S. M. WAIT, Pitoi-iiiKTOit.
WaitUro's. AgontK for Union count v.
HOOTS find SILOES, HATS iuul (RPS, oc.
Now tiopda are Constantly Arriving, apd all Ucjlrtiiients of tho Store
Will he kept PULL and rOMPllTE,
Wia NOT BE IIHIEISW,
And invite everyliod)' to come and examine gods, learn prices and
judge for themselves. 1 HPY and KEjl'OR CASH,
Mv motto is: i
PROFITS and QTIGK SALES.
REM EMIJER THE NEW spiUi.
Xj. S.ATJIsriDiLK3, Proprietor,
OT! r A T 7
Grand Procession at ! ft. ni. from l'.lgin to
ltcv. Wm. Owenhy Chnplin of tint Day.
0 RATION, 1!Y Kit A NIC It. COLLI NH.
lti-ading of Declaration of Independence,
ny rrof. j. A. Jacusoti.
Jtu-iic lv HununervllloSilvert'ornet Hand.
Vocal exercises will be conducted by Prof.
Xo pains will ho spared to make
this ono of tho (Jrnndcst C'olehrations
ever held in Eastern Oregon.
It y Order of the Committee.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'ic-nic Dinner on the Grounds
at is o'clock M.
The Ancient Order of Plug-iiBlict will ap
pear at z o clock p. in.
UliAND HALL IN TDK KVUNINti
at Kbm Hall.
LankOiu-ioi; at La Oiiandi:, OitnioN', I
Notli-e is liil-eli L'iven tli.-il Die fullinvlii"
named settlor haw (Tied notice of liii inteii
t Inn to iniikti tinal proof In support of bis
elaliii, and that said proof will lie made be
lore KCiiisieraiui itcceivcr at l.a (irande.
iiregoii, on jiuy -ju, imi, viz:
lid. No. L'StKI. for t ie SV NK XW'SH NIC
SWand .NV See. L Tov, lisldp (ISoutli It 11
kwji, no names ine louowim; witnesse-'
lo nrove bin continuous residunee uiioii. and
eiiuivaiion oi, sum laiiu, vi .lo-culi an
dervauter, .lobii Vanorder, Klebard South,
ami Aurani vamiervaiiter, all or l iilon, Or.
ififNo paini will bo npnied to make thio
eeiuiirauoii a success ill every pariieiuar.
ALL AHI3 CORDIALLY l.WlTKD.
Ily order of ICxoeutlvo Committee.
NOTICE FOI! lU'HLICATlON.
report of n ("hicngo ('rand
alluding to tho iiuurehihtK of
that city, differs hut littlo front tho
one recently made by u. b, urantt
Jury ut Seattle, indicating thai social
Ihiii and counnnnUtlu iirliiciplos are
spread over the United istntch, and
tht their tendencies are evil.
Wilziuski Pros. ,t Co. and Oregon Kurni-
turo .Mamuaeturiiig id.
Dan. K. Moure ot nl.
I'lideraud hy virtue of un order of sale
and decree of foreclosure issued out of the
Circuit court of tlio Htt of Oreiron. in and
for I'liion county, on tho 27th. day of Feb
ruary, l.sstl, in the above entitled action,
wherein Marx Vil.innld, Albert WiUinski,
It. J. SideiiiHii.aud A.J. Licbinan, imrtuurs
doing business under the linn name of
WilrinsM ltios. iV Co. mid tin- Oregon Kur
uiture MimufarturiiiK' Compuny, (lie above
named iilaintilN oltaiiiel a pnlKemeiit and
decree au-aliist l)nn. 1. .Mooieuud I'.iiiiiin-
ret It. Moore bis s ife.di'feiiilaiiL-, recorded
in judceiiieut lumk , of said court, on
pane ; 1 am commanded to m-1Iii11 that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land situated
in the county of I'nlon. State of Oregon.
ami bounded ami described us follows, to
wit : Twenty-tlire l') feet ollof the wuith
side of lot number ThriH) (.1) in block num
ber Ouc(l), in thw town of est nion, t'n
ioii couiitv. Orcvon, accordimt to the nlat
of said town ; also, tbut cvrtaiu niece, lot or
parcel of land, bounded and described as
follows, to wit : ltt-(iniiliig at a point 'JU-vh
feet west of the iiMrth-weol comer of bliK-k
No. H (l), Haiiuuh addition to the said
town of Wet I'nioii, ticeordintr to the )Unt
of sniil town, tlieneo went 1UD feet, tlieuee
south 41t) feel, thence vct 'JnO fin't, thence
south -1IU fel. tbeuce east (AX) fut, Ibulice
uorib KM) feet to tlie Au v of bKhuiiuK, !
so In the said count v of I'nlon. State of
Oregiin. Niiiv is luivhv uiven that on
Mon.luy tin- lUih. day of July, at 10
o'clock A. M. oi that day, t the court
luiix diHtr in ibe town of I'nioii, coiiniy
pf I 'nion. Slate o( Orvyoii, 1 will, ill oltfdl-
4Uci- to said order of sale nmj um rte ol ion--
t'tiwure, s'tl all of thr dd p.m. !' Xtire's
uud Kniuiitrt-t It Moore's rtjdit. title and
interest in --mi.I .ii'iin- altoye lc rilk d,
or IHI Ulii' li I'ii n .1 a-in i Im no evsiirv to
"Hlisfy plaint itl- Jlldu'iu ul. lor tin- sllin 4
4,435.(41, willt iiiKit-t theie-.il. Ie llio
siun of .I'JK.TA, cndoi-M-O on nld order of
Mile, to the hUdi'.-sland Is si lijddcr.ior cash.
I'niiin, Oreg.'li, Jun, Ulb , IHI i .
A. I.. Sl NDK.ltS.
bliontJ' of 1'iiuui i ouiu Oregon.
Lanii Oi'i u'i: vr Lv (iitANim, Ouucon, I
.llllietl, ISSU, j
Notice Is hereby irlven that tin- following-
mimed settler !k tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make liiuil pruur in support of his
claim, and that said proof will lie made be
fore Itegl.-ter ami l!eeclei- at La (irande,
Oregon, on , Inly .'(!, ISSO, vi.:
ltd. No, ISIS, for the SK 1-t See ill Tp. o S.
It. -II i:VM. lie mum s the followlin,' wlt-
uesMis to prove Ids eoiitliiuoiis rosldeiiee
upon, and eiillivatloii or, said laud, Iz:
dosepll Vitlldevallter, John Vanorder, Itieli
ard At. South, and Samuel South, all of I'n
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Lami OKi tin: at L.i (lit.iXiiK.OnnoiiN, )
.nine u, lMtfu. j
Notice Is hereby given that tlie following-
ii lined settb-r has tiled notice of lils Inten
tion to make tinal nroof in simnort of his
did n, and that said proof will bo made be
fore Register and Itcceivcr rt bi t irande,
Oregon, on July ail, ISSU, vlzs
Klilnird m, Siuiili,
ltd. No. JtltS, for the W t-2 NW See. 2 and
H l-a NKSee. : Tp. 0 South It. 41 UWM.
He nanus the following wltnesx;- to nroe
bis eoiiiliiiious residence unoii. Mint cultiva
tion of. Mid bul l, viz: A. VaudevanUr.
Joseph VuiidiiMiuter, John Vammlor, and
fttunuui Miuin,iUi oi ruKin.ui'egon,
NOTICE KOU PUllLlCATlON.
This inacliiiie is without doubt the best in I
existence, and gives liM llili satisfaction
irfir-Machinesiii stock at J. 1!. KATON'S
.STOltU. wheie they can be bouglit at anv
time. TKY THK LAI NDH V QlIIJKN.
mwm m niiniirinni
Farm For Sale.
Contaliiliig .li'O aurcs of good laud, silu
ated one ipiurter of a mile Kant of Summer
villi!, all under fence, 'I'liere is an ordinary
dwelling hoihe on it, and a good barn anil
outbuildings. It has a good well, and K
additionally supplied with waterby a stream
which l!ow through it, About o'ue-balf of
the laud i- undercultlvation. Will Mill it for
S 1 0 50 per acre.
which will Include the following farm im
pleinents: One mower, 1 rake,,'! breaking
plows, 1 narrow, I roller, 1 sccoml hand
uic-ou and liarnes-, one-half interest In one
lii-iiUi r, 10.000 rails, I'O.tHHl shingles, :K) tou
ul' liny, and other things too numerous to
mention, A good title will I e given. It i
For further information cull at till- ollli
Has just Kecoivcd an
Main Street, Union, Orcgi,
Immense Stock of Now (,iot,
which ho will .sell at :t
t'loao compare the following prices with those ofther stores in tlie countv
Four lined Hay Fits
Fork, Pake, and l handles
HELL it TUTTLE
Searchers of Records,
Real Hstate and
COL L13CTING Ail ENTS,
Ihiion, - - - - Oregon,
Hetunis promptly made on all collections.
Having an abstract of tlie records in otir
oillee, abstracts of title prepared with ills-
paten, uiargeo nioitcrate.
K?ei 8 jGQ e
"Silver-heel," a Clvdesd do stallimi, dark
brown in color, and weighing about P'.mi
lbs., will stuml this season at mv rauclie on
the Sand Hidicc. 1' ree nasture for the con
venience ot parties living at a distance.
Tkumh: Ten dollars for the season. Mon
ey lmvahle utter service.
1 will also stand two other horses nt the
same plat e. A. It. CONLKY.
Farm For Sale!
Situated ahout one mile from North
Powder, containing 1G0 acres. Good
hous-, harn and other outhulldiiiiis.
Enquire of .1. W. KIM (SHELL,
I.ANII OlTU'lsAT LvliltA.Mlll, Oiihuon, )
.nines, isMi. (
Notice Is Imrebv iriveii tlmt the followln :-
named settler Imt tiled untie of his Inn n
ttmi to nuke liiml nrof In mmnort of his
claim, nnil that udd proof will W uimle l
fon ItiKUter and ltciver at ij tirmidc,
OiTtfon, on duly 17, lSStl, lx:
11 intent tjiierretl,
lid. Nu. iftiH. fortheS 1-3 SK anil S 1-S s
See. t Tp. 5 Soulh It. 40 UWM. II nuiii.-s
thv followlin; witnsis lo nrove bis nm-
linuuus m-ldene' iiik.ii, and (udtiviuioii or,
tthl hind, vl: Wlftls Skiff. W.T. arroll,
Kd. licinlllard, unit (leo. . Stamiul, all ot
Axes ... .
Tii vv Packs.
Snaths.. .. ,
'ho Finest Assort 111 cut of
In the County.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
PAT, OVAL CHURNS, THE W IN THE WORLD,
Guns, Revolvers, ancAmunition.
HUnill S IFF WKAK, NERVCS AND DEBILITATED
lltsiiLisLt ijjij -A-TiD mm.
1 AM Ait TIuvATMMI ;Sir'SlS:
-au.-ti. mm nuc, u iiu ir inuisi reis or exct-ssjveindulgence, broii"ht
u i'.mis prostration, dehiiit.i . nervliml physical weakness, producniif
,ing elici ts : Ncmmsiie s, Del.iiniimne.ss of si-bt, Defective Mom-
VnUHL'il'iiI nil, Idle
lliioli llieni'chrs m-
.son. i- of the tollowinir
ory, Pimples on the Face. Aversion to Sociotv. WKSf Ainl.itli.n' M,.ii,w.i,ni.. n.,u... .
sin. llilllo.is.ue.ss. Los.sof Power Pains i the Uauj;0.. etc. : for all such deHu'igcniunts
a permanent cure is guaranteed by the Use of T STukatment.
'I nmnr 1 rentmciit lr..serllii-i by the I.endlncfi.Ulaiis. i:,-atl What They Snyi
allyGiible I think it tho duty of the pro-
""nil" iimitv 11 tvuowil.
Ht. Louis, Mo., Feb. 10, ltiSO.
"For more than three years I have used
l iM in Tur. itSik.nt with the Iwst results. I
recall now several cases of seminal weakness
and debility with all ite evil consequences
1 have treated duriiiK the past venr, which
have Im-oii curwl by tho use of the TaEiT
mext, and ieveral of these cases were in tlie
last stage, The composition of the ilill'er-
nt iniilu ines contained in the Tnr.iTiii.-vr
indicate, mid its ell'ects nrove it to 1m u sne-
citic restorative of nerve and sexual H)uer.
1 nu an- in iiiK-rv.v in use mv ieur in any
wii) ib.it m illeoiitrlliute toymir pleuureir
piniii There are s,, mn nc.irlv worthless
propiiitary niedii iiu-s ,if this kind mi the
ni.uki i land evcr.i day is aildimc to their
nun, ht r) that when one is found to bo rl -
l'A MA 11 TltKATMFNT is ol,I on itso,Vot
s-arv inr over one tuiuuii trriiineiit.' v'
3.7.. HALL, M. D."
017 Walnut St.. St. Louis. Mo.
1 ri is
PSs 1 liKiTME.NT is prescribed dailv for
all fis of nervous deliilityjn both suxos
as wis for checking tlio unnatural secret
lossjliicb cause so much loss of vitality,
rinjdiciiios arc prompt in action, and
lwnontp restore those wenkonod by ear
ly ucretion. excesses or overwork of the
braj A number of physicians havo dis
cag all the liynophosphitos, Dainiana
phcorus foriiiulas and invariablv jire-
scri'iMAK Tlir.lT.MEXT With tllO bfteit rc
'Cll Treitmhvt is cnmnosml nt iiim.1L
cfiiuist nureeable to the taste and wJl
wf-ii ov tlie stomaeii.
neb lmckatre contains all nuxlieinns
and ionitlcteini,tructious how to ex-
1 diet biithe. etc ; price. T 01 m i'Kiaf'W-r package f.'.OO; three iackaw $5.C0
vri oaiilanil seur-!v scu e,l on r'i-urTrf Hrl 1 1 tou.i,v.
r.MAK Tit K ATM ftNT bavimr !,i?W b ,,... 4. , ...
n,r j.,,sit..isofst 1...1U f..r .1 .lYni "' i"imh" tu.
1 uratiic cltcets. we wi
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