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ONIONS HE SAYS
MlfrVtfORD "ItfATL TlttBUNE, MEDFORD, ORISON, FRTDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1015
F reckles and His Friends ' By Blosser
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IIIPHIPIBS 1 I WONOEH I Hope ! no PMR sim-6iSMT, ISig !f wsjs" (HEY. MISTER! ( fr,
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"Onions is unions this .your, ns noil
us pij,s is y w,id A. W. SehntT
ner of Chicago, (luting u vWt bo
tween trains in Mediord yesterday.
Mr. SelutlTiier is tin onion muii, both
as n producer mul a buyer in tlio
"Tlio onion yield Jliis your in nil of
the importnnt union-growing- states is
Jtbout 100 bushels shorf to the nere,"
continued tlio Cliiean num. "Tlint
inenns u shortage of '2r per eent. The
average yield is -lllO bitbhels to the
"Onion heed, whieh usually sells
nt 75 eents a pound, are worth to
day fuun .f'2 to .fil a pound, and lit
tle or nothing i being offered at
lhe.se figures. Nearly all of our seed
supply is raised in California, but
the erop in that great onion state is
10 per cent short. Dealers agree
that onion seed at next planting time
will he three or four times the priee
purehusui'H ever before paid. Onion
sets are praetieally out of deeent
reach already. Tlio idea of, investing
$lf() to .V2-."i an nere for onion sets
is startling, hut that is nbout what
it will be. Growers scarcely got
enough from their plantings to pay
their seed hills this year. Continuous
henvv rains rotted them and those
that have been athcicd nre still rot
ting. This was tho o,ase in the coun
try nbout Chicago, us well as in many
.J-'ln'o Onion Region
"I have enough information about
your Rogue Ilivor vnllcv country to
huow that it is a fine onion region.
Why don't you raiso more of them?
If you had a few hundred thousand
tons of onions this year, what a hnr
est in twenty-dollar gold nieces you
would enjoy! If is n big crop in
profit, when propeily handled in the
right kind of soil and climate. You
have both of these advantages here.
If your farmers already know that,
are their backs too stiff to cultivate
onions! From year to year they will
beat your apples and Dears and
penehes nil hollow.
"Italy, from which count rv we. gut
most of our white onion seed, is at
war, and wc can't get any seed from
there for next year. Wo got nbout
10 per cent of the usual supply from
that country Inst year. So, if you
have any onion seed in this valley, get
them in the ground and raise more.
They'll bo good as gold for some
.'ITTSI.UI.O, Dee. .1.-Closing of
the Paiiamu canal was said by mill
men here today to be responsible for
the. marked scarcity of high speed
and tool steels whieh is causing
marked inconvenience in the milts of
the I'itUhurg distiiet. A cargo of
tungsten which enters largely into
those grades on its way hero has been
forced to round Cape Horn because
the canal is closed and is not ex
pected to arrive until the fust of the
year. .Meantime, it was said, tung
sten has been advanced from 7i cents
a pound to 80 cents.
PAWS. Dee. :!. The I'leneh sec
tion of the WomunV InUmiutionnl
League for Permanent Pence lint
been oideied by the Paris police au
thorities to discontinue the en dilu
tion of pea cu pamphlets.
The, officer of the French section
wore summoned befoie the commiH
hioner of police today to explain thu
activities. The women niaintainisl
that they ware acting according to
their philosophical conuctions. The
police aic continuing their inhume.
Dallas Wants Convention
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. .1. IleaniiK n
certified tiheok for rKIO.OOl), ..event
liiv Texas democrats lett heie this
HMirtUHg twi a special tram for Wash
ington, wln they will Uu-c Dulles'
rlaiwk Ireful? th nutionnl cc uiiw
fiMMBJII' TtMMfaii to mlcit.iii. Htf
tutfjiinl dMMcmlie romentmn "
PAR S POLICE HALT
Troop Ship Returns ,
OTTAWA, ()(.. 1W. .1. Til. lio,j
ht Alrtagwa. kub nW ' -,
(MMMla. NovmuImt m. with 'rfi iiii-.
at i- nnd ll mm ! !... t l . hi- .n .
(IV .1 - I I fit III I- lljlltiltl 'I
jail) ai4juii'd tJj., I
0. A. C. WILL SEND I
Alfred It. I.ee, animal husbandman
in poultry investigations, United
States department of ugrieultuie, has
written n letter to T. .1. (lariner of
this city, from whieh the Afnil Trib
une is courteously permitted to copy
the following paragraphs of informa
tion for poultry rnisens in this valley,-
or those who are interested in
learning something nbout the poultry
"1 would suggest that you furnish
the numes of pnrties in your terri
tory to whom wo could send a few of
our general publications on poultry
raising, and perhaps in this wnv stim
ulate mi increased production of
poultry in your section.
"As you doubtless know, you have
a state exeriment station located at
Corvallis, Or., which has a poultry
department, and doubtless could be of
assistance in the matter of increasing
intere-it in poultry raising in your
The Agricultural college at Corval
lis, this state, would gladly scud lit
erature to anyone interested in poul
try in this valley, and the Mail Trib
une suggests that fanners of this re
gion avail themselves of this oppor
tunity to obtain free literature on
poultry and how to mnko it pay. This
literatim) will explain methods of
handling chickens and other poultry
profitably; how to avoid loss from
common and incidental ean-es; how
to feed; how to select; how to en
courage egg production; how to mar
ket and various other matters per
taining to successful poultry raising,
both in Jhc utility and fancy lines.
The proposed poultiy show pro
gram will be replete with information
on the same subjects and will afford
practical lessons that will be of gteat
benefit. There ought to be produced
in this valley all of the poultry uud
eggs needed for home consumption
mid thousands of dollars' worth to
ship away. The markets in the large
cities are eager for the product. Ami
yet would do pioduce enough to sup
ply tho local demand,
At the Churches
iTho following IntereKtliiK nuil ex
tended program will bo given at tho
Christian church In this city Sunday
owning at 7.30 o'cleck:
Song by tho choir.
Scripture reading by Mrs. Hooly.
Praer by tho pastor.
Solo by Miss Mona Seoly.
Itccltntlon by Miss Annavelle.
Itccltatlon by Victoria Mulkoy.
Solo by Miss Hutch Schiller.
Iteoltntlon by I'anl Walker.
Hecltatlon by MIhh Lois Qulson
herry. Quartot. Mossm. Golohult and
Chase and MotalauioH liolltiiKor ami
Heading by Mrs. A. W. Wnlkor.
Heading by Mia. McDonald.
Solo by Ml Iloss Ilryuu.
Paper by Mr- IJanby.
Song by tliq choir.
The gulrkol Way Oul
MUtress Nora, t have round my
best uilk petticoat in your trunk!
Nora Have yo, mum? An' you
thought von hail lout it'
I ivorn i jHWiUHJtrtyiln
curi rr! ''' i "
VALLEY HAD NO
In a letter to an apple grower of
this vnIpy, dated at Scuttle recently,
the writer sayu:
"I was disappointed to bbeervo that
Hoguc river valley woh not represent
ed at tho recent meetings and confer
cnccH of the apple shippers In this
city thlfl fnll. They have launched n
campaign for the North Pacific stntc.i
of market extension and development
In behalf of northwcHtcrn boxed np
plon that, It Is hoped, will go far to
ward meeting tho marketing problem
that will bo creatod by tho proopect
Ivo largo crop of 1U1G, which is esti
mated at moro than 20,000 cars.
"Hy mcaiiB of a tax of opo cent per
box on all apple!) a fund will be rais
ed In 101 0 to bo iiRcd In market ex
tension ami market development.
Thin fund In to he administered by
a committee of threo leading busi
ness men, ono from Seattle, one from
Portland and ono from Spokane. W.
II. PnulhaniUB, chairman of tho exec
utive commltto of tho growers' coun
cil, will be an ex-offlclo member.
The buslnesn men are to be tho Joint
selection of the clearing house asso
ciations nud chamberfl of commerce,
of their respectlov cIIIoh.
"-There Is universal agreement that
tho applo crop of 1910 promises to
be tho largest In the history of the
northwest and that each year Im
mediately thereafter will witness a
further consldcrabel Increase."
UKFILIN, Dec. 3, by wireless.
Scattered Serbian detachments In tho
region southwest of Mltrovitza, near
tho Montenegrin border, wero defeat
ed by Teutonic forcoH In engagements
yesterday and more than 1200 Ser
bians were taken prisoner, It was an
nounced today by German -army
IF HAIR IS TURNING
Don't look old I Try Grandmother's
recipe to darken and beautify
faded, lifeless hair.
Tlmt Ixxtuiiful, even slindo of dnrk,
gloMy hair win only lw bml liy brewing
a imxturu of Sago Ten uud Sulphur,
Your hair i jour charm. It iruikist or
mars the Uxco, When U. fade, turn
gray, fctruiked and looks dry, wispy and
hcraggly, just an application or two of
Hagu and Sulphur enluinni's IU apjiuar
Mice u hundredfold
IXm't lother to irpiai-o tho tonloj you
can got from any drug stmi a SO ornt
UtUlo of "Wy4J' Hugo uud Sulphur
Hair Ilcmedy, ' ready to me. This can
alwnyti l) ilojsuulc-U upon to bring lack
the natural color, Uikkness and lustre
of your lair uud rcinov dandrulT, stop
sculp itcliuig aiKl falling hair.
HterjUxl uw "WyrthV Sago and
Sulphur Uicausu It darkens so naturaJiy
ami evrnlv that nobody ran tell .it has
lptn applied. You simply damx.n a
si')iigo or (toft brush with It and draw
this through the hair, taking one small
strand at a tinin, by morning the gray
hair has disappeared, and after another
application it becomes beautifully dark
and appearu glosy, lustrous and abun
Ctrser Gury asd Jostt Sis.
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Im 11 l tr',i w i iHijr ,ilKW
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Mil' IL..( I
EAT LESS AND TIE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Take a gbus of SalU before breakfiut
if your Back hurU or Bladder
ThS JAmfrlean men and women must
guard constantly against Kidney trouble,
becauso wo eat too much and all our fool
is rich. Our blood Is filled with urla
ncld which tho kidneys ntrivo to filter
out, they weaken from overwork, becomo
Bluggish; the cllmlnativo tit'iics clog and
'tho result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a general decllno In health.
When your kidneys feel liko lumps of
lcndj your back hurls or tho urlna is
cloudy, full of sediment or you aro
obliged to seek relief two or threo times
during tlio night j if you suffer with sick
hmdacba or dluy, nervous spells, acid
Btnm.ich, or you have rheumatism when
tho weather is bad, get from your phar
macist about four ounces of Jad Salts:
tako a tablcspoonful in a glass of
water beforo breakfast for a, few days
and your kidneys will then act flno.
This famous salts Is mado from tho acid
of grape.! and lemon juice, combined with
llthla, and has hccn'uacd for generations
to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys j
to ncutralizo tho acids in tho urlna so it
no longer is a source of irritation, thus
ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive cannot in-
fure, makes a delightful effervescent
ithla-water beverage, and belong In
every home, because nobody can msko
a mistake by having a good kidney flush
ing anj time.
Ono cent per word per Isnun.
Six Insertions for price of flro.
Fifty conts per Una per mouth
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FOIt IlKNT llOUHKt?
KOIt ItBNT Modern "7urnfhl?ciUioiiBo
keejilug rooms, close In; gnu and
wood stoves. 2JU Kast 9th. 238
bungalow. 421 South Laurel.
l'OR HUNT Col. Sargont'n place on
Onkdalo avenue. Inquire of II, H.
Nye or Itoy II. Peebles. 22C
FOK HUNT .MISCi:i,l;ANi:OU3
FOIt ltKNT All leases having ox
plrod on brick store rooms, Nos.
Kit. 20'J, 211, 213 WoHt Main St.,
Medford, tho undoiHlgneil wlshos
to lenso said store rooms, present
tenants given first refusal. Secure
locations near new postofflco. Jno.
K. Whlto. 210
rOK HAMl IIOUSKH
FOR SAMS A bargain, well Improv
ed lot, 87x150, 6 room cottage,
partly modern, ten Inrgo fruit
trees, cement walk, flno garden
laud, cIobu in, Kast Side, l'hono
POK 8AMC Ml.lCTCMiATfKOUa
FOR 8AI.H flraln hay and geoso.
l'hono 59 1-J2.
FOR SAUK DrcBs"eiriiogH, corn fed"
baled nlfalfu nud grain bay; beurd
less barley seed. 1'hono 201-R3.
FOR SAhK Small Tight percent
mortgages on ranches near Agntu
and Kaglo Point, Address Dux
521 Medford, Ore.
FOR SAI.i: (looa seconil hand Tbor
electric wmhIiIiik iiuielilno. Phono
570-11, or cnll 2 Hi S. ltlvifislde.
FOR SAI.K Have cockerels bred by
last year's .Spokane winner. 12 00
and up. liruust W'ubb, Central
FOR SAM-; Cood piano; will tako
part rush, iialnnre In live stock p.
O. IJox 72... Phono 53H-I.. 221
FOR SAM-: Stock "lirels nnd'eiirirotii
C 00 per ton. F. U. Caton, Cen
tral Point, R. F. U. No. 2, Phono
A fine loveteil. Irrigated nlfalfu
irawh near town In Imatllla county,
with house, barn, and bearing orch
ard noath all is either In alfalfa or
real for sending. Water abundant,
and all paid up. Will lake a smll
highly Unproved plage as first pay
ment. iai,.n' cauitl run Place prlc
.i ien i,k at 100.o an acrr
t.ti 1 ( arrn plar rry (lose to
Meilfoul tur rSt, ehp
C. D. HOON
It WW ((I, JhtM Cvuuiy lUuk llldy.
FOR SAMS-Cnnncd "f ruitTiriiit Jara?
clilld's cart and other articles. Ap
ply 211 Washington St.
FOR SAMC Rabbits, all nixes, cheap,
Call .Model Grocory, 2 West Jack
FOR SAM-: lllcyclc, extension table,
dresser and bath cabinet. 725
Welch St. 219
FOIt SAM-:- -Good young Jersey row,
cheap, ,1'liono 25R-R. 223
FOR SAMJ-Ono registered Duroo
.lerscy brood sow, ono boar, flvo
gilts, ready for service, nlno wean
lings. All choice stock, will bo
oold cheap, II. W. Davidson, Con
tral Point. 221
FOR SAIjK Ninety good sound Rnm
boullet ewes bred to high grade
blnckfuco bucks. Rosenberg Ilros.,
Central Point. Tel. .Ilxxxl.
WANTKD Young married man do
Blren work on fruit ranch; exper
ienced In all kinds of grafting and
orchard work. Phono 199-V. 219
WANTHt)- Office "work" bjTVxpcr
leuced woman book-keeper. 204 S.
Central, 2 IS
WANTED Work by day. hour or Job
by man with team; also we bavo
alfalfa, grain, hay and straw and
wood for sale. Leo Yotiug, Phone
or Job, very reawonnblo, Phono
WANTKD To rent about 20 acres
for early potatoes. I want my
board, machinery nud team fur
nished when needed for cultivat
ing or plowing. While not busy
with the cropa I'll work for tlio
owner who jiaya half of expenses,
such an seed.ete., ami will take
half of the net proceeds from thu
CO acres for my Bhure. This will
give mo an Interest In my work
and tho owner will get moro than
by renting for cash, p (1. Deuber,
Ashland, Ore. 219
W"ANTKD HlllyAiluni8to' smiTfiid
drcss to Ilox 102, Mall Trlbuuef
Komothlng that may Intel est. 2 1 S
WANTKDr-'Doublo spring tooth har
row; have to trade or for salo sin
gle spring tooth barrow In No, 1
condition. Leonard Oorthuyu, 1
tulle south of Talent, right on Pa
WANTKD To jiurehiiso Irrigated
ranch; prefer location In district
north and enst of Medford; place
must bo Irrigated or under propos
ed extension of Irrigation ditch;
prlco must be reasonable; glva
price and best terms, nlso section,
township and rango In replying.
Address P. O. Ilox 207, Medford,
r; .. .- - -.... ..mil -, tt-t,-
FOR BXCHANOK 80a tract clear
of mortgage $1200, for house with
garden ground; 2K0 acres Improv
ed, for small acreage $1200; 2 Ta
(10 inn resldencen, clear, for Imp.
a. to f 1500, $500 res. and rash for
rnunh. Clark Really Co., No. 20(1
FOR TRADi: Have hmso to trndo.
Will tradn for cow, hogH or feed.
Krnest Wobb, Central Point. 223
F()R:XCIIANGi:--I am In nposi
Hon to arrange for trades for Cal
ifornia property, either city or
county, In exchange for Roguo
river property. Address for pres
ent, I. II Houston, Talent, Phono
IT IB YOUR MIHI.MCH.S TO RKB 5IK
llecause my slocx in trudo la to
have optioned at tho lowest cash
prlco tho best buy In this county.
I have beou on tno ground look
ing nut for you for the past flvo
years. Nearly everyday I hnva In
vestigated some "good thlux." I bare
eliminated everything excopt those
deals which I sm convinced will se
iuro tno satisfied ouitomora,
In u fow bourn time I can tltvn you
the benefit of this research. It Is in;
busluxas to show you ovnr tho county
and Introduce you to th possibilities
and opportunltUi here, B Mtd
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
ion We I Mlu K(r(
LAHER AUTO SPRINO CO. We
nre operating tho largest, oldest
nnd best equipped plant In tho Pa
olflc northwest. Usd our springs
when others fall. Sold under guar
antce. 20 North Fifteenth St.,
GEO. W. CHBRRY-i-Attornoy.. nnd
.Notary, Room 9, Jaclfson County
Hank Ilulldlng, entranco N, Cen
tral, Medford, Ore.
rORTKR J. NBFP, WM. P. MEALKT
AttorncyB-at-Law. Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Hank bids'.
A. K. RHAME9, LAWYBK Garnets
1 1 , 1 . .
Q. M. RODKRTS Lawyer.
Medford National Dnnk Duildlnt;,
Dr. W. M". VAN 8COYOO
DR. O. C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnctt-Coroy Hide:., ttlto 310
Medford, Oro. Phono $50.
Collections nnd Reports
COLLECTIONS AND RBPORTS We
collected some accounts 14 year?
old, Wo know how to get the
nionoy, Tho Duuock Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, lias
kins' llldg., 210 R. Main bL
-aTmajs:. 'Lj.-w.'.. '... ; -
Knulneer nnd Contractor
FRKO N. CUMMiNaS-nBlnoer anO
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. llldg
Surveys,, eatlmntes, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and land Im
GARUAOB Got your promlsei
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good servieo. Phono 274-L. V
Instruction In Mnslo
HAIGTlT MUSIC STUDS Room
401, Onrnett-Coroy bldg. Fred A I.
ton llalght, plana; Mm. Florence
Ilulllday ilnlgbt, volco. Phone
Pliyslcinim nud Surgeons
DIL V. O. "CAIILOW, bit. " KVA
MAINS CARLOW Ontoopathlc
physicians, 416-417 Garnctt-Coroy
bldg., phono 10.1G-L. Residence
26 South Laurel at.
DR. W. wTTFoWARD Osteopathic
physician, 303 Garuott-Coroy
building. Phono 130.
DR. J. J. K.MM ENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to oyo,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tented nnd glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P,
R. It. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co
bldfc., opposlto P, O. Phone 567.
DR. It. W. CLANCY Phynlclan and
surgeon Phonos, office 36, real
donco 724-J. Offlco hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 6,
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLK 8. LOCKWOOD
P'jystclans and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II. bldg.
Phonos, resldonco 814-J2, office
DR. MARTIN C. HARHER Physb
clan nnd surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposlto Nash hotel, Hours
10 to 12, 1 tn 4, Phone 110-J.
T. O, HEINE, M. I) Eyo, Ear.
Noso nnd Thront. Headaches and
nervous conditions rolleved by
properly fitted glasses. Cross eye
straightened. Offlco 228 K. Malo
st , phono 303. Consultation free.
Printers nnd Publishers
MUDFORD PRINTING CO., haH the
boft equipped printing office Id
southern Oregon; hook binding
lorrao leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc. Portland prices, 27 North
Public Stenographer '
it. T. KDwiwtlisi Steograpliei
and Multlgraphlng. Rooms 409-410
Oarnett-Coruy building. Office
phone 700-J, rosldoneu phon
HKRHKItT 1 HEItltlAN'-Stenogra-pher.
room 29, Jacftann County
Hunk It Id k liletatlon taken any ,
Hi u re any Iiii bv thu only Mteno- 1
tTP iiertnr la JhiuttiHrN Ore Of
fire pkH0 Hi. lilt- XT J.
AO TftANinjU & 8T6RAO CO '
- Offk 4? Nurtk FXih.1 si Phom
ti;, I'riiMK Mnli I Mniil'K itnnr 1
Tako tho right step now; pleasant,
profitable" work not ovordono; fevr
months learning; positions guaran
teed; wrlto for references nnd partic
ulars. Portland Watchmaking, En
graving nnd Opttcat School, 218 Com
monwealth llldg., 6th and Ankeny.
1NTKIIUUHAN ATTTO OAR CO.
Leave Medford daily except Sun
day for Ashinnd, Talent and Phoenix
at 8 a. m. 11:50 n. m., 1:15, 3:30 and
5:15 p. m. (Saturday at 11:16 p.
m.) Sunday Icavo nt 9:00 and 11:00
a. m., 1:00, 5:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Leave Ashland dally except Sunday
at 9:00 a. m., 12:50. 2:30. 4:30 and
6:15 p, m. (also Saturday only at
13 midnight) and Sunday nt 10:00 n.
m.. 18 noon. 4:00, 6 and 10-aO u. m.
Oregon's Largest and
Finest Stock of Li quors
Must be Sold Regardless of Cost
Wo must nbsolutcly dlsposo of
our largo stock of Flno Whtskoys,
Ilecra, Wines,. Glnn nnd Cordials
before January 1, 1916. Wo will
do It It low prices nnd quality
goods havo anything to do with It.
Iook nt tlilM big Sacrifice prlco
on Flno old "Lyndnto" bottled In
4 full quarts of famous
Lyndalo bottled T ff
In bond wlilskoy tJp't.UU
12 full qunrls (J'IA'7C
G full quarto tiC 7C
Kprr.s.i prepaid to any
point In tlio Xorlbwivit.
Wrlto far our freo catalog en all
klnda of liquors' nt less than
wholesale. This Is tho greatest
sacrlflco of fine old liquors In the
National Wine Company
208 East Mnin Street,
The Only Exclusive
in Southern Oregon
Negatives iMndo any time 01
lilaco by appointment.
We'll do tho rest
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
IfKHP Informtd of tho WorU's lrogr
I'illic- and Son uad All tlto I-'amlly. It ppl
tosUrljue ()!! nintoune MraandWonwo-
r.nLinrr'iiiK. nirrii.utr. snu invrniuin. I'm
l lIU VATOrirtf IAtfMIB IHIItoUWU00(
HMSlMUn'UiboUl ikarM Our retain
krria4MU ftl . ju.Uuttjr o lll mm IcU
$ur Umii4 nr aal iaiMliiitf uj i U
Writtan So Y011 Can UnrfaraUttil It
I1 Hl d.mimI 1.0 I'wnl muln.
I'r. il.. Uui. . HI wltu il a,alurtii
taalw Mulwllt II, 1 MI ( r It U) J
4f.0 14 t II turf r will I ' tf II. t.
i,ii.Bkl k. iuuiiku an- . '.I ilaniW,
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