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About The Ione journal. (Ione, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1915)
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Brad To Ley ' Anconee. Egas
from larga well mottled bird.
; . Pn headed by large male birdr
. Setting! $2:00 per 16. Mra. J.
- A. Waters. lone. Ore. ' tf
lMl'BOVED MILVEIl CAM PIN KH-
Hn beautifully barred. Headed
by ana oflmnorted Kltno. who
' took flrat premium at Manchester.
England, and, took first at Ohio
8tw Fair te class c4eIxtonKgga
88.80 t.if Interfile egg re
placed If returned within- 15 flay.
Mra. J. O. Nairn, 871 So. Church St.
Balera. Oregon. 2-6 1
yam moth Rronss Turkey and
Fawa ud Whiw Indlau Runner
' Duck. Turkey gg 28 cants each.
Duck eg :a 6 entachr- N. MeKln
ly, R. a. bos 100, Graaham, Oreg
KOUM for hatching from M. B. tur
ky and Tonlou gee St enta
Mb: I. R. ducks, 8i 8t Hamburg
and BuH Orpington cants each.
J. Wellborn, Warren, Oregon. 48-68
W will aril durlog April and May,
agga for batching, from birds aver,
aging tOO eggs a ysar. for $1.00 per
letting of IB, $5.00 par hundred.
Whit Ply month Roekn only.
C. U Btllwell, Woodbnni. Oregon.
Ftrwetl Poultry Farm.
Fob BALewBngllih Penciled Indian
Ruaner duck agga, II par down
tingle aomb A neon m and white
Leghorn egg. $1 for 15; BJ.SO per
M. John Kllndt. P. O. Box 84.
The Uallea, Oregon. 49-52
StfAaiXTMD Eout Now ready..
Partridge Wyandotte egg fur
aatahlug 3 00 par 16. Every (
tosted and guaranteed fertile. H.
Knajppanberg, lone, Or. 44-53
Wmrit WTjDoTaa Trapneated
winter layer from prla winning
atoeg; won allrar cup second time
m cms of 68 birds. Btocaaudeggs.
RegUtrl DuroKTFtgsr-t McKIra.
Kennewke, Wash, 441
Babx Cntc- W hit Leghorn hlp
. pdn approval. Ksamlna at your
home before remlltlug. No weal
jOaa charged tor Bcbellvm Hatch
ery, R. 1. Sonoma, Cal. 44-58
Mhode Island Bed chick, hundred,
bbngsani W batch all year for
vii SiwIhI Drin.
Finest hatchery on coast. Stocli
batching eggs. Pebbleslde Poult
ry Farm and Hattbsry, Sunnyvale
Plckarlng's 8. C Reds and classy
Buttercup. I an booking orders
from these high elaa birds, 2.50
for 15. Writ about my stock. - B
Katalla Pickering, Ehrlkh. Waab
Ir Tou Want Euua get Blue Andelu
alona. Have bred and exhibited
them for 12 years. Tber lay lafKS
whit egg lust the lowi lor hy
D. t'albreath, U on mouth
FoBttALBEgg for hati'hlng, K. C.
Brown Legltorn and Mottled' An-
eonaa, 1 for 16; choice stock.
Ueorga H. Jacobean, The Dalle.
Oregon, ' R. I Tel. JWKll 6-H
A noon a. ltiL.vBN Uaiupluwi and But-
. tercups, stock better than aTer.
Hatching egg, writ E. O. Green,
Portland lud. 614
Oun BnAimrui t room resldeuce for
Bak). No. 500 K. 28rd and Ivan, lOOx
100 comer lot block from carllne
newly painted and renovated tire
eiik with full baatreeut, furnace
and elegant fireplace, price 87500
owner J. J. Kenny, Leoua, Oregon
FobiSalb 89 acre alfalfa rauch,
good pumping plant, plenty water,
I houses, large barn and .smaller
bare, t miles from railway, within
alty limit Ontario, Calif.. a40,00O
elear. Terms. John imbaugh,
Fufaaa, Callt. h.m
A BaawAia bay, 6 room boueee, H
acre, poultry aooaaa, with yard,
8txH ft,, place planted to vege
tobhM and email fruit; a leu a few
fruit tree; coet ate tl&oa. Will sell
for $IOOOj $Ba down, my equity.
a8 per cent of If taAea before Jane
Jet. Located at Jennings Lodge,
- Oregon. I blocks ast of station.
- Call or write J, W. Boyle, 40-53
itaaafta, rich mad, good water,
ewttaerw Utah, Alao relbjqulah
BMateatal to 8 per acre. 8tte
aBssrt reqewed moatha after Allng.
8rtaa S. aw SMpeaaa, R. 4 Lmtl.
Cal. - 44A8
eTejtvnn to 4 yaata leaea oa a
saoek or hay raaca. will pay hi
advaase h? partle will take laeonet
. proprty hi Cooa Coaoty aa pay
. meet. I wlakt a ranch with mtotk
aad wUl bay taw aasat a price k
righi W. a. Qoodmaa, Foreat
wrove, Otegoa, 61-1 i
Fob Bala ob Trade On aaetloa
400 acres la summer fallow, best
wheat- land la Morrow comity,
good house, two baros, wash house
complete with, power waaber and
and engine, water system with
plenty of water, hot and cold
water In house, blacksmith shop
thoroughly equipped, - M bead
borne and mulrt, 7 wagons, bacaa
buggy, two ploughs, and bar
rows, 85 bone-power gae traction
engine, and separator, bender and
all other tools necessary to run
farm, interest In 300 acres of fall
wheat goes with this farm.' This
has to have $ II, 000 cash, and for
balance of 10,000. will take proper
ty aoywber. Oood reasons for sell-
Imr. Box 120, lone. Ore. tf
H you'wautalfalfa or orange ram-be
write Jbn JSs- Clabaugh, Pwate,
Calif. - '40 OS
FokMai.x Karin aud several good
820 acre relloaulehmenta In the
North Judlib Haslo of "Montana.
Andrew 4 'Melsuer, Christina,
' Mnntaiin. ' - " 40-81
Nkah AuaonA Klve acres, 4 clear.
Itiilanee easy; new bouse; Ell. cellar
ben house, neve-falllng -water,
spring branch, partcree bottom,
an be Irrigated, all flue sol); health'
not good; win sell at a bargain.
Owuer. George A. Watts, Aurora,
Orea-on. . 40-51
Fob-8ai.b 028 acre Art elaea land
haif mile water frout Columbia
Htver, Morrow County, Oregon;
$30.00 per acre, one-third-ah,
balancs 8 per cent. Ralph Bwalle.
L. C. Smith Bui Id log, Seattle. 48-66
26 Farm Fob 8ai,b Range from
845 to 200 per acre. In tract from
7 acres to 800. Reasonable term.
For further Information addrew
Pbll Marouam. real ettate agent,
Marauani. Ore. - 44-6fi
4600 1 acres, 9 blocAs Irvlngton
club honse. S bloc A school. No
trade. P.O.Box fort land,
Oreaon. . 44-M
$8800 win buy 3 acres, house, barn.
orchard, fifteen minute walk from
Baptist College, Address H. 0
Slinouaon, McHlnnrllle, Oregon.
FOR RALE tOO acre In Gilliam
Counter- TbU land can bn bought
for small payment down and the
balance can be made on term to
ault the purchaser. Located Are
miles from Rpsece. near Book
Creek. W. R RUey, Owner, La
Pin. Orea-oo. - 43-61
Gilliam W heeler Co. rheat and
stoct ranches, get my free printed
list before buying. t A- O. Ralston,
Foasll. Orearon. - 48-52
Fine improved land for sale i at
$20 per acre, ' Crop, Stock and
Improvements In lot of t aeo
tion and up. -.Temii one-third
cash; balance Ion? time with
"Tnterest Ttiia is aom or the
beat land in Morrow County.
Address Journal Office,' lone,
60-Acbb dairy and hog ranch SO ac tn I
cuiuvannn; wwi iracvu matt whp
l; partly stocked; good building.
Bprlug crops In, 4 miles railroad
and good town on good road, one-
lourth mile to church and school
no commission, no Interest; ooe
half caah, balance terms. T. Kroen
ung.owner. Woodland. Wash. 4768
Owixn to poor health, 1 wlah to aell
p y farm of lfloacrea located 8 mile
8. W. Molalla; 100 acre In culti
vation: '2 mtlea from Yoder eta-
tlon on W. V. 8. eketrie line;
aacriflce at tlOO per acre: also 000
acrea of otbar land to Hl to set
tie an estate. C. E, Judd, Molnlln
Orewon, R. F. D. No. I. 46-64
Fob Bai. or Tbaub White Rock
Dairy Farm Bv miles from Ioar
wltb or .without stock, 800 acre
(more or mm to ault purchaser) of
best Eastern Oregon wheat laud
tenced, new houea 84x80, barn
lx40, and many other Improve-
BtenU If eold In OOdaye wlllltcrop
gn with place. 1 alao bold
ob 4W aerre of flue bunch grass
pasture adjoining my farm; will let
that go K ao desired. Will sail
cheap, see me for terms. C. H. Calk
ins, Box 110, tone, Oregon. 4K-A3
For Ooverament land location call
oa or writ Smith A Balrd, Red
ding, at - a I -8
Bieauow, fenced, running water, a
B snap at 98 per acre; 8A000 cash.
balance on long time. Write C B
Funk, tmx M. Enterprise, On. 61-88
Fob 8ALa-e1t acre of On lavri laa I
X mil from Plaaada. Cal., Marco
Oo.;aJeo good huetne lot third
from bank bldg. Address J. W.
Ferner, Monteltrllo. Cal. 60-4
Houea 7 room. Improved, electric
flghta, ft, ehashea Boeee, trait
tree, 46 by IDS, a,v ttraaa, Owaer
J8i K.48ta. Portlaad. Ore. 4T-84
Fob Bami or FxoBAjiea iSO acre In
Fsrrr (anyon, Ollllam Co., Ore
All fenced, barb wire, edjr post
- good grain land, aboutrnaU In
cultlratlon, will exchange for
Southern California property or
ell aheap for cash. ' Might glee
terms or consider heavy team,
harness aad.wagoa on deal Ad
dress O H. Bell, lOi Park Ave..
Corona, Cal. - 46-52
Fob Walb Cattijcmbn, ir xou ake
looking for an Al range I have If.
-It Is 12 miles of mountain, vallev
-and foothill' 700 or mora bead of
cattle, moatly white face. 10 grade
bulla, with spring I nerve coming.
about 80 hones, ranch house, cor
ral, piping, pump: Ju fact every
thing nsceeeary for a growing
stock ranch. Satisfactory reason
foreelllng. Price 956.000, U cash.
balance 1, S, S years, which the In
crease will nearly take care of -For
further Information write Buckly
v. Taylor, K-lngman, Arts. 4847
EXPBUNCBD DANMH FaBUBB. 81
yearn old, marrleil, wishes posi
tion a foreman 6?mnaaer oii
farm dairy preferred, alona orln
eouectlon with owner, a Ander
sen, care A. E. Olader, Whin
Salmon. Wash. ' fii-iu
Fob Halb Registered Ayrshire cow
and be fere; bulls of serviceable age
a specialty; I pay express. Walter
Domes, McCoy, Oregon. 40-6U
ROHB COMB Buff Orpingtons exclu-
alvely; egg for batching from Blue
Kiooon winners. Arthur Sehhrder,
iena. ill. 50-52
Widow 36, worth MO.uuo. .W(M.id
marry. "B" Box 684, Los Angeles,
FOB 8alb Pure SIlvw Laced Wn.
aottea, . Buff Leghorns, Barm)
Rocks, Eggs. Mary Carlson, Cam
lno. El lorado Co., CaL : gu-6
Fob Salic very cheap, mated I'lgaou
all -kind; Belgian Uares, Buck
Does bred, mothers wltb litter.
D. Uopkiua, 3161-61 Ave., Oakland.
Cal. - - - J -50.52
Tomato Bbbd extra selectel Bart-
bodyConteej export earliest and
best variety and bountiful producer
10c pactage, 8 tor 2flc F. Q. Cobb,
Obb Motob 80 a-F, S cyllader. In
good shape, 80. One wood frame
S In. Jointer 18. Louis Lareon,
Harmony, Minn. ' - iwj-sa
80 Rpriug l'4ga fur aale at weanlug
time, Pedigree furnished, will par
express till June 16th, nothing but
the best shipped out Ths beat of
breeding represent my herd. Yoor
for a fair deal, J. A. Fey, dark
Fob 8ai.b Thuuderlng good nire-
dale puppies by Champion- HM
Highness and Champion Bauglifell
Briar,- out of flrst-prfse-wliiDfog
bltebca the best blood: "aud the
beet Individual, Grown dogs and
Imported and American bltche In
wlielp to champion of record.
Price- low -tor rear quality.
ON8TOTT, SOW American Ave.,
WlllowvUle, HtaUon, Lono BBaok,
California. ... 4948
Fob Balb Small hotel. 14 bedroonw.
new furniture and new building;
headquarter for traveling men
and aportamen; a hunting and
O.hlug resort; good busTuean.
Must sell oa account of alckneea.
Addnwa, J. C Dlxoa, Elk City, Ore-
8on- fc 4448
Fob Saij Patent outright of beat
patent gate made, $1600 sold at
once. Boliy t lay, 660 East Mala,
Lrxlugton, Ky. , 44-68
FOR SALIC One complete No, 9
Eureka Stone Cruahmg Plant. Al
so, is 1-8 aerea uf laud all la cultt-
vatloB. 8 acres yotttur bearing or
chard, s aerea 1 year old straw
berries, is In, watsrra room old
houae. City water lor domestic use.
Joins city Umlte at north and east
aide. 1 1-8 blocks from atore, 7
blocka to publla and a blocks to
high achool, all cement walka,
mall delivered twice a day, easy
karma. John Sola, Owner, Hood
River, Oregon. - 4ut
STBoiAi, tiU-Hnr ae la.it Rg,
Haree, 6 At raootaeo4d. aleadi.
j6 pair. H. a. Megae, Ooeur D
Alene, Idaho. 44 Q8
Dbi-qub Haaaa Uood utility stock.
White Indian Banner duck egga,
1 at perl. Mra. W. a Mortov, a,
Helena, Oregon. LH8
Fountain pen 81 value with recipe
aow to bmb black Jak Mr only Sac.
end today. U Fank, Boomvett,
Waab. box! 47-54
Hvdak Haaoe best Texaa: aflle.
airy Inspected. Twenty noanda
Ave dollar, fltty pound Bra 4
lar cultural laforanatloa tree.
Ordar now, Wa are mklag these
Vriee to ctoae ot. Mahai TeiUa
Borgbnai Hoover onra. Amarillo
aad On, AaaariUo. Texaa.
ELECTION DATE PUZZLE.
Why the "Firt Tuesday Aftee the f Ires
Mny" In Nevwnberl
Nearly ell the American world know
that the national election and nearly
all of the suite Jctku occur on the
oret Tuesday after the first Monday In
Novewtwr. but probably not eu la aU
tn million of voter and uooTotera
can tell "why" that date was selected
for the Tholce of elector. The "When",,
I aay of dlacevery, hot thai 1 anoth
er vtory. It Is alwaye the first Tuea
dny after the flrat Monday, but any
body who took . at the calendar of
several year in November will ae
that tb dt varle almost every year.
Years ago the writer Inquired of
many of the ttnanriearned congreamen
In Wasbluifton a to the "why" of the
myetery. Not one could anawer ex
cept to ay, "Btetta me, 1 don't know."
Harry Smith, who fur long year waa
Journal clerk of tb house of repre
seututlvea,' was. almost a magician In
dragging to light those little mysteries
associated with the history of the conn-,
try. Ue sought high and low a to the
'why?, actually tor months and then
gave It up.
It la. really one of th cnrlosltl of
our national legislation. H. H. B.
Meyer, chief bibliographer of the Con
gresalonaj library, say:
"As to why the flrat Tuesday after
(be flrat Mouday In November, Instead
of the flrat Tueaday In November waa
fixed for .the date of presidential elee
tlou. we have to report that no aatla
ractory auswer can be given." BL W.
Ligbtner In PltUburgh Dispatch. .
Tb man making money In a small
town up th atnte met a friend not'
making money In New York there any
a few bene Infhnt claa and they were
talking of their reapectiv places of
"I tell you what It Is," said the ru
ral visitor In woeful tope, 'It'a ter
rible to bav a lot of money and live
where you coultanend It"
"Ob, I doti't know," reapouded the
bnpecunlou city mnn. "I guess It wat
any more terrible, than not to have a
lot of money nod live where yen can
peud If-Nrw York Sou.
Lsfneh Meringu Pudding.
Add a tableaimmfnl of butter, a cup
ful of augar, two Jieuplug teaapoouful
of coroatarcb dlmolTed lu a little cold
water aud the Juic and grated rind of
Iwq lemoua to a quart uf bolHng wa
ter. Beat the yolk of three eggs and
add to the boiling; mixture. -Pour tab
a baking dish and bnk In a nan of
water until the custard-Js eel. Make
meringue of. the, whipped, wait of -the
egg aud add two or three taMe
spoonftila or stimulated sugar, beat
ing tn well. Ilrown. chill and eerva.
Hew t Clean tot 14 Wall Paear.
-The following inlxlur la more easily,
applied nud does the work more effec
tively tba any oT lb bolced prepara
tion tbut are old at a good price for
a aoall qitnntltj-. one generally paying
ib autn fur the label and tin te box
It up for aale.
Take one part anl ammoniac, foer
part rye flour and water enough to
form a doiurn: then use ra tbe soiled
parts as If tbe mixture was a aponge.
As tbe dirt la transferred from the
wall to the cleaner lurn tbe soil la
ud wurkTtut tt clean part of the mix
lure. A little, practice wtUeoea abew
bow enitfry th'li la accomplished with
out wsste to4Jte mixture. .Never con
tinue rubbing the soiled surface of the
cleaner Into tb wall.
Ue Cmpty Baking
If tb empty baking powder can are
saved and the lids pierced with bole
thev mv h nrlltaeA for a unmlur ttf
" ' - - - - Tkw naba aw-
celleut soap ahakera when filled with
tbe email piece of soap. They may be
AIM with soap itowder. rand, borax or
cleaning fluid. They are alao vary
bandy la tbe ainndry as eprmklera'
f '" Farm Brief. '
The farmer who ba planted hartad
seed hi likely to be the man of whom
his neighbors jrill say next fall: "Hvi
Iwaya a lucky fellow. Look at the
crop be'a got,". -
On of tbe advantages uf awlne ba
bendry I that It give quick and r
RalMng Ut stock la on of tR moat
ferreschrag meana of economy en the
Intel Mgeat spsclahaatloB pays tn !
farmlag aa tt aaya la any ether lie at
Fihb male Scotch Collie pup.
td. Price 86 00. Prom plgrara
temaki Colli t nd fine hi aaak
Collie, One cattle doge, e. B. Aprk-.off tbe tttn of Tbe rbk kee and boae
Fob Balb A reataurant, complete
vlBrnlabed. B yeaia to, Bvfng
room, flne location: good trade
bow. Writ Btfx 48ftlde, Ore.
Wood Fob Balb la car lota, JS In
Pine bloek wood. 87.88 f. o. b. tone
far further particular write E. L
Boot, Hoaer, Ore, - al-t
Fon Balb Mara buelneea
Loa Aagewe, A4&0 will aaatlk It.
Machine and tooto. whine, cnlkev,
pad, gtoveev caah regmter, gewd
locatloa. ether bwaJaeea. . 4. W.
Ferwer, MoatebeHn, CaL 09S
8600 per year rahdag Oanartea. The
aww tBdnatry. - Btaet -a- aoare.
Bvare time. We enow yon how
prtwalar fre. . -The J. O
BBtcneU Bake O., ALP University
Am, Baraarty. CnL 48-67
Biggest Gone In Town
Ice Cream Sundaes-Nut,
and Cherry. . . .".
Made From, Morrow County's Finest Wheat.
Are You Using It ? -IfNojt? Begfn'owl
SPECIAL Cash Price
. - ... . e '
At The Egg City Cash Store, Joe Mason, Prop,
Odd Fellow Bldg. lone, Oregon,
'. COOKERY NOTKB.
--inrism arowi sulfar' frosting I
I which will not crack Is mads of X
one tablespoonful ofa vinegar, e
, , uvwa augar uuuni w uui iuu
1 ' tb beaten whit of half an gg.
I Beat ail well together and add
; sugar oougb to spread. - -
1 When cbouDlut auet trv so tin
kling the kulfo wltb- a little
ground, rice or cornstarch- and '
you will bar no troqble,
Wltb a flreleee cooker yoa can
ook Mverel vegetables sod
meat all In the same dlabes m
which they will be est on tbe
T v U aggs are placed la hot wa-
ur for 1 fw eeeonda before
breaking tbe wbltea will aspe
rate from the yolks vary easily.
They must be cooled before
whipping up the wbltea
' FOR THE C00K."
Hew t Carry Out TbeM Rea'pea Pf
an SeeneMieai Meet.
' Clam Frapp.
OoM Meat Warrnrd an Camerol "
Una Beana. BweH Potato Ma recto
Mown mattagm ruaania.
l'- Clsat Fraae.
Waab two dosea ciani itboroughly
and puftheu In a Mwpan wltb half
h rap of eold water. Cover loely
:iud ateam unrJI the aaella open. Btralg.
".ne ftqiild and frees to a moan. A
tmall amount may be. eaafly froaen In
1 baking powder can by lng Mm
ila pall and lacking with k and aalt
ut equal nrvpurtion. The mixture will
free. In about half a hour and
should be Stirred vera er twice during
the rrewlng. Berva hi ghuwea
CW Maat Warmed a Caaeereta. .
Color roaat la nb, beef, real, chickea,
kUiwys. etc may b heated up deil
rtously'ln I be caaaerole. Heat any
ntTy-4bat Is left ever re almost BoaV
Ing point and then put la eHees ef
iamb or beet aud wt them get warmed
through. Do aot evob-thenL la the
a bee nc ef gravy a rleb beef ylc
mold be weed. Per boiled or frit a ad
chicken have ready aome bolted rice
and puttht Art In I bee eaerole. Take
It: place the Mm oa ton of tbe rtc
puar ever gravy or Mm of butter, add
seasoning If needed and a dust ef car
ry powder. Then cover tb ceeaerow
iDd art the rice and chickea beet te
the ceoklng point. . When heating tbe
ttmb aad beef sUces tbe aaessrol moat
eet be revered, aa the team roegbea
Sraaoa twe ewpfuhi f baked sweat
putatea that aav beaa prissifl
throegh a eetenaer wlU Hit end pep
per. a4 add a tea gg aad a attkt
bet ereaaa Form tats ball, and art
each preae a pitted prune fate watch
twe walant swats have been rereea.
TaJa praa aheuld wt he vWhea fMp
lae ball m emmka aad eng. Then
brown the putat aatts la deaf) fat
drala aad erve A lasea, -
They De tail 1 1
nwksa the ,han
and the Place
"T6 get it -
. . .........
Pineapple. ." 1
, . . . . ... v.
j. E. Cronan left for Portland
this week to transact a little bus-
ineaa. -.. ' . . ,
Do you want a first class ''Oil
Stove to use this aummer. We
have two of-them atVotirTiai
Office left for sale and can be
had at a reasonable ' figure..
Owner will swap for chicken.
Miss Flossie Kirk, of Hepontr,
is visitinR at the K. E. Miller
in this city this week.
Fresh bread. Cakes, and pastry
of all kinds every day at the
Titus Jewelry Store, lone, Or.
Born to Mrs. and Mr. Frank
Wilson, tff lone a son, Monday,
May 17th-. . -r-
Born to Mra. and Mr. Ralph
Akers of lone, a son, Sunday,
May 16th. v ,
visitor last Sunday.
- Mr. and Mra. Bates have mov
ed into the Griffin house and. will
reside here fn lone for awhile.
New shipment of Ice just recei-.
ved for retail trade. Anyone
wanting iceon any quantity for
home use give orders to my
''drayman or myself personally.
Peter Linn, lone, Oregon. -
Btoah and Rio
pToeor about oa and a half pound
f stewing steak, cut thin. Put a mbk
pooqful of Beer on a plate end aeaaea
It well with pepfier and ssit Cut the
teak Into stripe and well cover wltb
the prepared' flour. - Roil them ep '
rightly Md paace them m a atewmg
Jar. Have a saucepan with enough
boiling water to react) about half way
up the Jar and cook tbe meet atowty
for about twe and ene-half hour. Boil
a large breakfast cup ef rice la aalted
water aad well dry It nnt the grain
Mparato. Arrange the tak taf th
eenur ef a dbm. with the rtca aa a
CwlsWwflJ wlall" (PteyM
la fmlahing th eorfeee f a
hern fleer th as ef a are
eaneM he areeaVd except Bt awttor and
iaw. a a emootkv albwwey awrfaea
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