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CHAPTER X 11. (Continued.)
"You best dm I Yutt haven't tha sllgbt-
M Idee rho the other ahareboldere am:
the company is thoroughly rotten In all
It put tilatory and hm you go plnof
fnjr Into It up to your eye. And thy
u; you're the moat conaervatlv banker
en the river."
"I gneea yon don't hare to get bm oat
of many acrapea," aald I'orter.
"When the annual meeting? wked
"It's day after to-morrow-r c' M"
bui I'll make ir all right."
"Mr. I'orter, I want you to remember
that I haven't given you any advice at.
all In thla matter. It'e en extra baaard
oua ihlng that you're doing. Now, I don't
knmv anything definitely ahoiit It. but
r-l've got the linpmwlon that Margrave'ii
paralleling your linen In thia buaiueaa."
"Where'd you get thatT'
"It'e thlH way." aaid Kenton, In hi
quietpnt lone. "A Baltimore lawyer that
1 know wrole me a -letter taking me
about Margrave'a reaponaiblllty, It aeem
that my friend ha a a client who owna
Mm of tbeae aharea. A good deal of
that stock weal to Baltimore and FM'a
delphla, you may remember. 1 enaume
that Margrave la after It."
"Wire your friend right away not to
etl !" ahooted Porter, founding Dm table
With hi Rat.
"I did that thl morning, and here a hi
aobwer. I got ft iuet before you came
In. Margrave evidently got en x loon and
Wired then to send certificate with draft
through the Drover National. They're
probably OB the way bow." H panwd
the telegram across to Porter, who. put
on hie glasses and read It. ..
"Now," continued eotoa, "I doa
know Juet what thla mean, but It look"
to me aa If Margrave wee hat on the
track of the troney com v "J - -
Tim Margrave lent a particularly pha
ant fellow to go Into business with, la
"But the boodholderi would atlll have
their obance. wouldn't they, even If ha get
' n an bond., bare
rat first thing 1 hnow you'll be telling
ate that you've got a lew
HL L .Aaad. lokinalr. Ut mai not
. ... Ll. llnHat.
aeip - ; " Maaaed
"My dear boy, 'n t ttry BM
b0?.d!' Vhlae'fa. aronened
wonder. He walked arourfrteuble end
put hta brnd oa Poftar-a
t-M tanehln'. like a
waa trying -r --- . ,,.
-i.. i. .iwui m rebuke a chiw
P". . .7 ,k. ranee of Ha of
frnee. Porter avtdaatly thought that be
had dona aa Mtrecaaty bright thing.
-Ai 1 uiwetataud rou. yoa have bought
.. . .... j a- .ul wir nf the atock.
-urul ki&ai teB fete what Tea
wanted with tha Mack 11 yoa bad the
"Well, I Br i red It thl way, Hull
e ki . wtrih th neW 1 bad ft)
irancniee wee r ' ' , M , o tat meB m thaw
pay for the wbol. thing, and If I TtS, it teH me -Ue:
lock control I d ear tbe fuan nl ttt l ialr
tag. Yon lawyara itwaya auw a m m
rumpua about tboae thlnga, ana a reeeiv
erahlp would prejudice tn Kaaiera aar
ket whoa I cotaa ta rforganlae and aejl
i. la hla chair and
I ki .kiu Porte leaked at him A tit
tle aonantly, with hla bat tipped over hla
Wtae Anlah eour lob and
are of your majority," aald Fen ton. Ha)
tag waa rtalng new and a did nt arge
m nmIi when ta banket hi
m. a. ii wu ot at all analooa lo
defend a franaMee arhloh'tho hx-al eBurta,
alwnya alre t BOhlW oeBtimem,
aakaht not aaam.
miii m wm tn tha ahotalnc 8 fat
thiBf, aabt Poriar a ta aoor, wbjcw
rent opened for hlat .','1 waat fej i
ta (a tha awetta) with me and wa ll aaad
day ta fet-tvady." ' 1 "!
Tk. u..ar watrhed bM Xeat wa
a. tk ateebp. It exwitnd t Mm
- that tmr'freeef) weerlaahat anf ihlilH
Hy. While haahet am! tar rae -.
hn leariad aeailtj aaalaaa- tn arte
HMaal the ekaK- J e-' -fcfw
rente then eat awwa wlth-a. d
tha eartr fantHaikiil XrartJaa
UH. kiiw- aJaa. wad- aheaT tbe
melnder of tha alwiylW IC Ua baat
treated narh aacreaaea
raya, and bed mered hallai -garoa
rwaoak wAkh h4 iraduaUj am
kktiiat rWir auL la facC a
eeatew.pt or lawyora, though ha Waned
on IWteet aaar naa a-aw .
a... ,2 the ether banal tu WtaMnt-
a. a..rfi iui kkv elleatl ahonld nado hln
elf hy h .
accretive met ho. t a. tie aaa
aaM aaea aaaVM
inmVTwV'ewad (bey war 4aapaM veiy re-
AV aarty and peat aia bay mm U
tbe baas, rantea wan dwa Maaaab? at
10 o'clock and too ad the preeldaat'e deak
Where tha boaar be demanded. .
'Won't be down this morning," aald
Wheaton. "Mia Porter Itlepfaoaed that
be wasn't feeling well, but he expected to
be dawn alter luncheon." ;
CHAPTER XIII. -Porter
fllneaa waa Broclalaaa la tha
Brat edition of tha afternoon pa pare,
which Wheaton aaw at hta deak. Newa
gain fore by puWlcatioa, and when ba
Mail the nrintaA atataneol ahet tha nreei-
dent of the Ularkaon National 4iank waa
nnHiuMl M hia honae be Ulnena. he fait
that Porter aweat really be war ate; aatd
he naturally turned Aa fitet ewer In hu
mind to eee bow thia might affect aim.
Tbe director earn in and ant about with
their bat en, and W legate, tbe atarcb
manufacturer, who had aaea rorter floc
tor, pronounced the preeldent a eery atcfc
man and auggeated that Thorn peon, tha
Invalid vice preeioent, enght to bo Boti
fled. The etkera aeajnleaced, aad they pre
naiwl tdviie t Tbamnaom t Pmoe-
nix, eogreaotng hla Unmedlata return. If
Vsnrnti mmt the afternnM la SBBft.
Ha Intended to call at the Porte re" on
hia way home, and atopaod; at the bank
before going to hla ofBoa, thinking that
the banker might be there; hot tbe preal
dent'a deak waa cloned. -
"How eick w Mr, Porter r ha aakad
"Hrt pretty -a1 aaid Wheat:
lt'a tvnhoid fever. I nuke to Mlaa Pof
tor nrer the telenhone a few mlnntee ago.
and aha did not aeem to be alarmed about
ner tamer. He a very wrong, yon wow,
Wntxn waa UAiIlstnln. "flee
here, Wheaton. 'be aald, auddenly, "do
you know anything about Porter' private
"Not very much,' aald Wheatoa, guard
"I giieaa you don't and I gueaa nobody
doea, woree lurk I Yoa know bow mor
bidly aerretive he la, and BOW be ah lee
off from publicity I anppoaa you do," he
went on a little grimly. He did not like
Wheaton partlfula rly. !'Wea ha baa
aome Traction etock tbe annual meeting
La held to-morrow and ne'e got t M rep-
-He never laid me of It, ld When L
"Hla bare are probably Id hla laalde
porket, or hid under the bed at boeae; but
wt them If he baa anv. and
ret (hem, quick. . If ho baa kla eriuj bell
probably try and aeod word to nw. I
anppoaa I couldn't eee bn IT I went
-IKm Putee (elanhoned nag t aame
ob aome vuameaa matter, abe aald, and no
doubt that'a what It W ; ? - ' .
t won't tnat now, Vat Pi I eee
yoa here aa aeon aa yoa get down town.
I'll be at my offlr rlht.arter oinaer
He naiiaad, deiiberating. Kenton waa a
careful man. who raae to emergenrlea.
I'll come directly back here aaw
W he Ion. "No doubt tha paper ywa
want are la en of Mr. Porter- private
boaee." - - --- '. "' r
"Can you get Into It to-nlghtf"
. it, i. tk Mult where we keep
t Beedwwl buehnt and tbevea no ttaae
Lata lai tha afternoon Wheaton bad
bean waueuallT bwey with routine wor.
and the dlrectoaa had take-ay imw
hla time. He nad turned fFff I
grave, the he -went .toward1 T-
& k. w n l be tbreahoM af
the private oftW, the eight of Margra'
fat bulk aoaeeaeo late a enair ie. w
... u kla lain aa aatd him aa
pleaaantly: he bad ooiae with mlied hmt
Inge, not knowing wnetaar n
i -.i. ih the railroader were fa be
further emnbaalned, or whether Margfev
waa about t make aome aemnam
in. u. snh-hle-' enenrlied By
Manrrave. who (ufaed rwoa torcelf a
TTlrhl. be aaid. He waa
hreatkanc W tha dinWult ced maaaer
of tat mea Ik their tag. Nw, I wt
methlng; 1 wa y w
MHk. I've not to
w-. hraa kanka arkb oa
and I want you t teli ma the tree. Hew
aucfc Traction aaa Billy Porter gotT
t -I dent know, what riht you'r got
ta aat ae anet ft neettow Whealbn an
J Ul. . t
--rtwht'rWrtf1 Marftav newt-
ed, "Yoa mlaerabl tool, what da yon
hnaev r aaeaa by right or wrong either r
t. aaeoHctn wet a the
neat maa. bat who. a jJT
tk I throw aa m? band. Why did you.
ai wa vow knew waa Porter-wa doanfi
wa . thimk
mxi. u.MM.H aaJd Wheatoa, ."1
dlni't come hew ta He afconeel by ywa. f If
rtadnm nw aaj lalary, l m am ww
"J H..tVrt.ht.'M aald afargrav.
w. !. What I waat to know la
what ve k-t a thiuVrte waea't tab
itvw waa tntnM-en
nld of Tract ie ferf
Yoa knew I
-T..V.I.. tmtm. it I told aaa that with
aLli that ewa vet a friend f
lA T (K nt tat bm I
A-! .kaa, I M I betrarvd
WH aatd Wheatoa. "I had aa baal
- hU nwethlaai af tb kind
77-mrfc M thf aa tbaLH kfarm
'weal aa la Vtttev aVrtew. aaaklag hu
Rar h Wheatoa' la--wa yew wM
m that yn told m ft Ik that'a what
ju Jt,m TThaalaai '
rm cant talk t m that way," aaid
mB-nak "Vklteei I told vw thaU T be-
ffevad I . Bd be added, with 4 ooand'a
h-ltaio. "I atlU WUev rt."
UOoft t M any naar t am tt 1
aaa bakw my akMUetn aa weu a ta ant
aeaTth hka fat aamMr-wba a
uw nlaa a rrhm an Tim' Mararae. 1
MntdV hl: neft Maytrnv ftnda
It aM. I never rnwagni m ywa, auh
. lWahMM BwaJanl awft am white er I
dont know what yoi're driving at.
bat I want yoa to atdp abuaing bm
aaid Wneaton, with more rigor of ton
the ha had yet nwnllreted. "I never
aid a word to ywn about Mr. Porter in
eoanaetloa with Traction that 1 dldn t
think true. The oory adatake I made waa
in aaylng anything ta you at all ; but I
thought you war a Mend of mine. If
Hhndv'a h iW.lw.nt I'm the OB."
"It ma' aah fna mothinc. Haven'H
yoa known all the-week when I've
been weeing; ywa every few daya at the
club, nad at my bona acveraltimea" be
4wlt oo tb aevond eaiie a If
breaeb af boapltality am Wheaton' part
had been the grlevon offenae "haven t
yoa known that tb old man waa chaaing
over tb country ha hla carpet ellppara
buying all that atock ka could lay hia
"OnTfcuy jmered boner. 1 bave not.
When 5f-Uthd ef H I knew he had hem
baying aome,. bat I thought n''d atopped,
aa I let you Bjadaratand. I'm eorry if
yon were mialed by anything I aaid."
nVell. tbat'a all over now," aaid Mar
grae, ta a conciliatory tone. "P bean
relying on your Information ; In fact, I re
bad it la mind to make yon treaanrer of
tb company when we get reorganlaed.
That ought t anow you what a lot of
eniiulnna 1're heeai aottlnc in you all
thla time that you've beea watching m
run Into the eoua. clear up to my cblB.
"I'm beaeatly arry beaan Wheatoa.
"r bad RB Idea you were dHending on
on. Yoa ought to hare koewn that I
couldn't betray Mr. I'orter."
"Yoa ought U be aorry." aald Mar
grave, dolefully. "Bat, look here, Jim,
I don't beller you're, going to do me up
M thla." - - i
"I'm not going to da anybody up ; but
I don't ae what I can io to help you."
. "Well, I do. You gave nw lo under
ataad that yon were bujinK thia atufl
you reel r. You atlll got what you had?
Now, bow many-aharea have you. Jlmr
"Jnat what 1 bought in the beginning i
one hundred aharea."
Margrave took a pad from hla deak and
added one hundred b hort column of
figure. He. mad the footiujr and regard
ed tbe total With enrlea intereat before
looking an. - .... .
"How much do wh want for that,
"To tell the truth; Mr. Margrava, i
don't kaow that I want to aell it.
"Now, Jim, row ain't going la noiu
e up on th7 You've got me Into n
nrettr meaav and I hope you re n going
M keep on pushing aa in."
'What 1 hav wowdn t oo yoa any
Bur iLmiaht d aw aome harm ! Now,
you dou't want the abarea. Jim. You r
eatitWd to a profl, And I n pay J a
fair price." - A
1 can'tdonMBg tonun air rw-
bow tb drnwlBarom at tna tonerw
lAAk-ad. nor tn hlndne and fraakoeaa
of Evelyn Porter' a eye".
"Yea, but you v got "X " nw.
life that if it hadn't
been for yeu. I'd ar have been la tha
pickle. Come-along a'1. Jim, i v got
lot at our jnllroau pt-opia w aw w
tki. Tliv .lefH-aui atueMutrly on my
h.ltnt. -I'm a ruinl men If I fail to
.tu. nn at th mexina to-morrow with
a majority of them- Kharee. It won't make
... jir.M t lliliv rorter wneiner
win out or t. lie got plenty oi rroaw
in tbe Ave. I don't know aa a matter
fact that I need ihe- aharea; bat I want
t... am tha aafe ih. Uow awi abail
r b. tk. Mi, k fnr Jlaar
, "Yon can't make It far anything, Mr.
u.Mrin. and I want ta any that I'm
Hk ellaaniintiiied IB IB way yoa v
triad tw art it fr.ira me. I can't imagine
that thme few ahare. of atock 1 naio eaa
ha of real Importaixw -in aeriaing u
mi (kU .iimnanr. 1 don't f I
won t giro yn theae tharw, ni a onai a
do it bow."
U.rerare'a face rn w fed and porpia a
Wheatoa walked toward tb door.
"Maybe yoa think yoa can wrung Mora
out of Potter than job ana ewt e aa.
But I'll take thla oui of yoa and awl ef
htm, to, if I g broke alolng tu fl:
(T Be rODtwaa-)
Whet He EaaeiP -
't was mighty sorry, to learn that
your wife had left ju, old folrwar.
fMi well. It mtaht have
! am glad jo run 6b4 the pbtloeo
phy that enable. .u to look ft It to
that Brnv" '
'Rni haven't von heard that b
coming gown for w.iiaen will hT 600
huttocaT" fcU-bjnie. Ji-w- -r;--
Tntb mt roretara TwaTwlt
" -HU you do mm ti nkbtatna whan
yoa went abroa.ir tL'
"No." anewemi Mr. rw. oo
T And tb girl did tb algutaeetng. I
had te pot la my tint andlnaj th
place where tbey caah ltttri ef ere
It" .Waahtngtun tar. - " j'
". Meewewew With twawkaa,
llranet ! waa uiuhfr rk taaJrwdlbK
that lb ftew.edlutr f
tine wa a young ma.r-.
RhywMr 1 thought oo, too; but b
appear t hav rearhad MB wawaan-
Ing year. ...
aa aiwi maaiww t-t 1
lvw-ar too sola ftleroftal -
ai Whv mtrtt . f
Wj aen rrm
Cwnaw--0 Miuata 1
Mlaal Treat It kindiy. A nrfi
mtrkaaa -naMtV ThW -erw. I
JF.. a " VtVesfc ' 'ILiaw - -
I - - ;v;.-
' A O J taatoaw I WnaaaaaaT.
Dlrt-oajrylni bacteria one In tb
milk baa dona Ita nana, and no aum
ber of-atralnara of any kla. jat o
awntad eaa tab
Out tha parn'loloun
garmnr Tha beat
Btrainar far tha
la natal Teaael,
aa ahown tn th
eat, wit a wlra
acroan of lOOwIraa
.to too Inch. - A
. near nn
wlra ncTwen on ft atralnar nould b
nplaead aa aooa a U baooo-a brokan
or rnatod. Tha ooty aatlafactorr way
ta steam th Beren of ft rtralnw?
with a amall, at IS braab. Tha beat
kind of atraiDor la oo with th
aeraan on th aid, ratbor than on
tha bottom, for tbtl-thr lg no Vi
dua oraarara, which Btunetlme fore
until particle of dirt . through tn
craon. Tha crenr-cannot d oouut-
ad upon to make up for pravioua oar
leaan In milking. Bclentlata any
that poor atralnar ma va la-
craaaa th bacterial eon test of milk.
In ualnft ehclotb or thick llnan
for etralnlng milk tt ahould not only
ba boiled after ua. but aboald then
be wrapped la a papar and bakwd ba
th ores, for thirty mlnut and than
kept wrapped op until time to.tua
again. Farm and Homo,
' OewaMaawanl Mum lnt rvj
Th Drodttctlon of market I
probably th aaieat branch of th poul
try bualnoaa. and too amount of oapl-
ta lnvoated naed not b very larga.
In tha Now Bnaland But. Nw York
and Now Jersey tbr are many com
mercial an farms. keulna from WO
to aeveral thouaand hana. Tha farm
era, too. in thia aMtlaa. of tb oantrr
kaap larga nocka for ana for tha Kan
era market, and all em to be do
ing wll and making; manor- what
w aaad In tha South la mor an
farm a. Landa ara ebaap, material for
houalna and labor cheap, and, again.
It la not acwai? In tb South to
build auch MMuatvo hotiaaa. W bava
evary advaataaat In tha Bowthlandt for
producing eaa at a leaa coat than our
Northern -brother, and with quick and
aatlafactorr railroad fadllUaa to On
nmatrn market th South aboald ba
ooma th graataat poultry produclac
aaetlon of the antlr eouatrr.
Otbar braacbM af tha aewltir hadua-
try may nay bettor than aax rftrmins.
but none ara nttndd with an little
worrv and riak and ar aa eartaln of
steady return and fair remunera
tion for th time and aaenay aipeadwd
Mllklnar nbder ult, Carorable oon-
dltlona la Quite Important, for th rot
lowing rwaaoan alalnly eat forth by
John Burrougba, th amla Batumi
tat. la apaaklnc of th auppoeed pow
er ef oowa to "hold-up" their milk.
San Mr. Bwrreufthat "Moat farmer
and aouatr aoooia thing that tbe
giving down' or 'holding an tha milk
by th aow le voluntary act. in
fact, they fancy that the udder la ft
aaal ftlled with milk, and that tn
aow rate or wtlhholda tt tnat aa
abb cbooewew But the adder la ft man-
nnketnrv: at la naiad with Mood from
amine th milk by maaufafttared wnwe
you mUk. Thla proeaau la aoatroUed
har the aaw nerroaa. ayneetnj when
alt ta aaelted or hi anv war dlntarb-
atft aw atrnanwr. or brr taking
nran har aatf. or any other , th
nroc la arreated and tha mUk will
not hew Th whole arws m n la
vtiaaUary aabi aVgajatiom to aamn, amd
ha dhUaurbad-er arrftsd an . about th
auw, ny." Mlsaourl paaryman ,
.Wheat aaar 4 avar Waatara ra
gswa down Car bm m ImpraaaeVl with
tba aaaar that thw 4tajBfc 'tjw th
awiry fttw reiMteoly vmatly greater
i nmaai than lay i,J eounfry
ha. sVwmVof aMIat I aifalfiE araadw
r bt are la raanioa taa Dii
t9erm f awaf china am lvn th
wMebV eoBBw of
. Uwae ' " -
vjtnnia box fob DaiiT tmainrxa. j
hy C-- Itf thean con a log noew peojt inaa a -t
M'tr2 1--UV tt of ftorade, mot ted Th
Vlwa ara maiajy aneh na may . he good
ai r 41 'lieaamy tt iwhl : mmt bang ! then.
mnaa I rvttri
con Mt log naore Deo?U gun th
Unosa.' Bat TBtlk, aawUblo ana
J frulu ftra bottar. aa well aa
chaanar. U inrodaead noar tha plaea ef
oonaumptkm .and thla Una of arleal-
tar baa from -th oiftwn Utlnft
bacoaM tb indrtatrr of Ihutant fann
er, Field and rarm. .
nuiv eiMi Aivmwa . '' , .
IaM aummar we aot a neld of wheat
atubble about halt plowed when ethor r"
wdrfc called ua away. Th fwrnalnlns
atubbla waa turned undr arty thla .
apriug. and the waol tVahl planted M ,
com. Tb corn on last annuner'a plow- -
log ai now Nitrti inenea iaur una -
that on th land plowed thia aprlng,
and ta ranker and bat tar la gmry -
There ta a mftarvne Dttwotn ram-
mer and fall plowing, tha difference bo-
ing In favor of tb aummar piowtng..
Turning ft green growut mio tn on ,
aema to be very much bettor than
turning; an eoual growth under, nut
waltiug until U baa maturd and dried
before doing it Here on tola farm
we aim to do all tb plowing? poeelblo
thla aummar. it may be not worn out ,
the daya are long and one does not
need to hurry the toama. Not onhy la
It bettor to get th work don aa aoon
aa Doaalbt for any crop to b aown
thla fall, but our xpwrina proT to
ua that the earlier the better ti corn,
le to be tha next crop. Farmer' Mall
and Breeza. ' - -r .-
' " Aaadltr ww riawae '
tt haa been 'ft generally accepted
theory amonc teaabora of and wrltora
on dairy aubjeota that th produetton
of good bottar necvaeitate the drvel
opment of a eertaia amout of aetd lav.
tha cream, for two reason, to develop
a dostrabla flavor and to Improve the
keeping auallty. Booent tovwatlga-
tloaa bv th United Stale Peoaxunent
of AftTteultare indicate, however, that
hotter mad from Paetawrwrt aweet
cream haa bettor keeping quelttlea and
romalna free from object loaabi oar-
or for ft- longer time than butter
mndn fna antir cream"."" If tha faewr
are aatabllahed tt mifjht Men that In
th years to soma only twoet aremm
would ha bought for butter making,.
-- A atoar ftiwi-. ' "
Th form of Individual hoghoun
ahown la the- tlluatratlott la, feet
squar on the ground and bath doom
are hinged so they will open ana eioae -
readily; 11 foot board make the at a
and roof. Ua good soft piae Ooor-
bu. aa It la lighter and much eaalar
to movp when naceaaary than heavier
lumber' four piece fat Inch and
feet long are tor alibi; two piece 1x4 r
luch and I feet long ar for rldga and
plat. -The door ta the roof eaa bo -
opened . whaar the ana htns. Bun. .
ahlno fa the beat toule known for lit
tle plga ta early nprtag, and the doer
tiai when the aow need at-
tantioa ai pigging tuna aa manna
Mtiwnoe and. as la omtlma th
enaa, a. very hasty aztt rwdn Q.
aette. -. - --a, :
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Butter Taethoda are aadwaUy gate- ' -v
ing tavor. , '". -
Working to th haat adraatag
inwinft ftatoat brain. . . , y
keen ewe calf growing all the Urn.
baa, don't feed H toe much.
014 and oieiladlhar wfB kin the .
ywang eall more qatenfy una aay, -thing
elnav - - : ', :
nM'k irv to Jsaaw n aw fan w I th
an beeXvafwtU mphotat ywa ev-i
ery Uaae. . --,.- ' .
Ta. mgnt wttb 2 ;ejmi pwo-er
4aaan aaawlhj vwaJM at? h
havlnaft. taw -beef aaiatna
if n tnat abamt a hnr to got ft good
BAtfer oat of n orah aa tt la to
oaui l lift V uTHL '"" "' "
tTWe aimm't nswfwa wi lk
T eaawaa, sharks while th ethor f
nfwrv'hand aaparator w""bwUt to
M ear of a.oarusai aanonat of aaUk.
ymt feed epctty.
The ordlaary man amy ha yadgwg
Tjar-rhT uosnpuBJ oW llwa, "bail
WO hir najnirw tm
' "T' i , -i. i - w ' ii" " "iwe
I wa vmwm
tm aaury jilftaaii fcaftma aaeaa w at
good tot mm m emaam g, -
if i i
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