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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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aatai. Wk ay ceaaMaatea ta real
eataterT CoBMBuatcsts direct with owa
tr. mm niM, Herald. Mt
FOB BULB Two thoroughbred Pol-
aad China bout. serviceable age.
Aadrcos WtU W. Adams. MenilL Ore.
TOKaUIJB CHEAP Camera. Slnnott
t Herald office.
FOB BALEFurnlture cheap;
white Mon hoas. CaU at S19
Washington. C. B. Wlddoas. 1-Ct
POX SALS AAA THBXB SPEED
Harley-Davidsoa. la Al shape for
sale or trad foe real piopetty. fU-
See CmU Weeks, Klamath Sportsaaaaa
HOUSEHOLD GOODS for sale, til
Jateraoa atraat Mt
POX SALE PlTa room hoasa to Hot
Spriaga AddiUoa; farakkad or as
fanlakad; a bargala. Addraaa box
HAVE SEVERAL SETS team harness
and collars to trada for oats, wheat
or barky. Addraaa Keller Brae, Be-
MONET TO LOAN Arthur X. Wil
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AUTO FOR HtRBPhOBT"a8-W.
LOAN WANTED From 6.9
SIMM. Eaamlre of C C
CITY AND .COUNTY
SMOWBBH. BATHTUBS, SINKS,
Pi spoils laati
t'oMpteto Ua f
Pack Ml Lotbbz
Van Riper Bros.
THB STOBB OF QUALITY
OLIVE OIL "B A W.w
Lare battle S1 J0
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SARDINES Baaiars YaaM Club"
OHEESE Martin's New York.
PASTRY FLOUR "wene'Dewn."
Plaa far cakes. Paekase BJe
STRINS BEANa . A W."
Just Ilka fresh anaa, cane Mo
-GET THE HABIT"
STAR DRUG COMPANY
Ooaattpatiea la a vary simple,
aataral trouble. -bat aalaaa prsa
rlr treated, It may daratop lata
s mast eenobs aad eompueaCM
i. Wa atviaa that Carl's
LMtie Uvar Liftore be kept at ar
art aama, w aaaaai niomwaad
thaw ptUa.too aKaly. Wa aaa
ttas amr aatraaa asatoat taa frae
asal'1 lamlaaTlmJaata aaa af tamv
ML W. M. WHITE
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The Evening Herald
W. O. SMITH
Published dally oasopt Bandar at
The Herald PubUehtag Oeanpaay ot
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth atraat.
Eatarad at tha postoMea at Klaa-
ath falls. Oragoa, for traassalasten
through the malls aa second-class
BuhacrlpUoa tanu ay mall to amy
addraaa la tha Uattod States:
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KLAMATH FALLS, ORBGON
WIDNItOAY MAY 3, 1918
HOW smallJimports OKMORAL
IZK OUR MARKETS
T IS ONE of the mlifortunes of the
democratic party that its economic
policies are framed chialy by man who
have had no practical experience In
business bat who form their opinions
from aa. abstract study of economics.
It is not surprising that men who thus
fornf their opinions are impressed with
the 'argument that since Imports of
foreign commodities constitute but a
small par cast ot the total amount of
those commodities sold and consumed
in this country, such Imports can hare
no material elect upon prices received
by the American producer.
Mea who have had practical experi
ence in baalaeaa know better. A Tory
b'nuil excess of supply will demoralize
a market- To take a local and easily
understood illustration, let ua suppose
that to a certain community there Is in
the strawberry season a market for
10,000 crates' of strawberries. If the
producers of that community have
11,000 crates to sell, the excess 1,000
crates, although small In proportion to
the total. Is sufficient when rushed
upon the market, to bring the price
down below the cost of production.
With- a market demanding 10.000
crates and a 9,000-crate crop, the fruit
could be sold at a large margin of
prow, wrote an u.vvu craie crop would
be sold at a loss. Theoretically. 11.000
crates would be worth more than 9,000:
practically, tney are worth less when
the market is flooded.
' That Is exactly the situation pre
sented under a free trada policy In this
country. While It is true that the im
ports from foreign countries are small
In proportion to the total consumption,
those imports, together with the stocks
held In foreign countries ready to be
dumped upon our market constitute an
excess which bears down the price the
J producer is able to demand, and forces
him to sell at a
It Is not a sufficient answer to this to
say that strawberries, for example, are
a perishable crop, while woolen goods
are not From an economic standpoint
a stock of woolen goods Is perishable,
for the reason that the owner must
pay interest upon his money, must pay
insurance upon his stock, and is very
likely to sustain a loss through change
of styles. Woolen goods need not be
sold so quickly as-strawberries, but
they cannot be held over from season
to season, notwithstandlnd they are
not perishable. ' The manufacturer
who has paid out his money for labor
and raw material must sell his goods
at a prott wlthto a reasonable time, or
he must close his factory. He is eon
fronted by a condition, not a theory.
Under a free trada policy not only
the goods that have been manufac
tured, but those that can be manufac
tured on the other side of the ocean,
constitute a standing surplus constant
ly menacing the market of the Amer
ican producer. That surplus, small
though it be, stands in the same rela
tion to the entire output of the Amer
ican manufacturer that the excess of
strawberries bears to the total crop
that la offered for aala on a flooded
market The theorist cannot under
stand this. The man who la experi
enced in practical business knows only
too well that It la tree.
CLOSING THE ANKCNY CANAL
By HORTENSB HOOUB
Klamath County High School Student
THE people of Klamath Palls are
again preparing a celebration la
honor of the closing of the Ankeay
canal. As often, to the past, wa are
being assured that that much desired
event Is not to be far in the future.
We sincerely hope that this rumor Is
founded upon fact, and that this "un
sightly blot upon the beauty of our
fair city" will soon be erased. Wa
always hope for the best and though
wa have many times been disappoint
ed, wew!U persist in retaining our
It la said that "the pleasures of an
ticipation are greater than those of
reaUaation." This U hard to believe
to this Instance, but if so, the question
of tloaing the canal has afforded its
fall measure of pleasure to the people.
Therefore, we are now ready to accept
Laaglivo the mayor aad aeaaeU who
win axteraiaate this aaaaasto our
fcatlth aad happiness.
Els, math Palls Steam Laaadry
fl'bleaeh that prolongs taa lift of
HOW THAT THERM flood weathe
r. some peeple aay Ifa tae dry, aad wa
ought to hara rala.
IT WAS A YEAR ago Suaday that
the Lusitanla was torpedoed. Maybe,
a year from then, the Uat aota may ha
THE MUNITION WORKERS art-
dently believe la striking while the or
ders are hot
IT IS THIS strike breaking duty,
not a lack of patriotism, that keeps
men and youths from joining the Na
A COUPLE OF more days like this,
and you'll find the school boys with
the usual summertime burned back.
The la grippe, influents, epUoodlc
or whatever It's called, together with
worrying over the county school super
intendent contest, has Just about done
for this scribe.
Miss Hendrlckson Is here to visit
her brother, W. B. Hendrlckson, who
fireman at R. A. Johnson's mill. The
young lady Is from Salem.
B. R. Yancey, who has had a pro
tected siege of asthma, we are now
pleased to state, haa .almost tally re
covered nis usual neaita.
Mrs. Captain Wlckstrom has been on
i he sick list with a severe attack of
C. B. Clendenning haa planted sev
eral acres to sugar berta.
-'aptnin Tarker Is thinking of run
nin the Fteamer Annie Laurie aa an
excursion boat this summer. It is to
to hoped so, for it would be appre
ciated by many people in this neck of
Guy Wayland of Los Angeles, and
Elfin Carol King, were awarded tho
jrize for being the mojt elegant wait-
zers at the dance at Saint Cloud last
Friday night This wai a highly novel
dance. Miss King, be it known, s
none other than the 'high soprano of
the far famed Saint Cloud Mechanical
choir, and violinist of the Suffragist
There is probably no more Indus
trious man on earth than John Linn
man. SInr'e handed and alone, he la
boating dirt and making a fill the size
of a city lot en his nursh land proper
ty near Wlnema landing. John worka
like a beaver and like a beaver, he
knows what be la woralag for.
T. A. Barton, the pedagogue, has
constructed a fence around his prop
erty on Buena Vista Heights. He says
the "stock" ordinance U aU right, but
be will take no cbancc3 in having his
garden chewed up.
B. V. Finntll la preparing to build
.-. water tank for a water system for
his house. The water will be sup
plied by hli 140 foot well, bis wtod-
roill and pump.
Women In Massachusetts have an
eight hour day to a few trades only
tpographical, telephone, bindery, com
I'Ositors and cigar strippers.
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You can make better coffee
with less M.J.B. to the cup
than with any other coffee.
Test it yourself and be convinced.
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Social Alter Another
It waa pie at Lorella.
Saturday night marked the end of a
busy week for the candidates, aa moat
of them made an eighty mile Jump
from Fort Klamath to Lorella and back
to Klamath Falls. In spite of Its bolng
such a long and tiresome round of
meetings, the most of the candldstcs
were at Lorella, and a largo gathering
of Langell Valley people were present.
Fred Fleet, who has been out in
that section of the country before, and
who calls most everyone by their first
name, acted as chairman, and after a
well rendered recitation by Mrs. Oar
tell, Introduced the speakers. Some
one had to be a Ple-ln-ear as soon as
the bill of fare was exhibited, but no
one thought of being pl-ous.
Miss Wells gave a reading, and
George A. Haydon gave a vocal solo.
lie and coffee were served, the pro
ceeds of the sales going to the Langell
Valley Sunday school.
A meeting haa been scheduled for
May Sth by John Irwin and C. M.
Onelll. at which time the people of the
valley will be Informed just what Is
the matter with law enforcement In
It Is regrettable that this meeting Is
to be held on the samo night as the
Spring Lake meeting, as many who
would otherwise be present will not
be able to be there. However, as a few
challenges were offered, It Is expected
that many people from here will go.
Over 200 people were In attendanco
at the candidates' meeting and ball at
Fort Klamath on April 29tb. The meet-
Case After Case
Plenty More Llks This In Klamath
Scores ot Klamath Falls people can
tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills.
Many t happy citizen makes a public
statement of bis experience. Here is a
case of it What better proof of merit
can be bad than such an endorsement?
M. G. Wilklns, C38 Orant street,
Klamath Palls, says. "I am subject to
backache at times, and then my - kid -
neys are more or less irregular in;
action. After taking Doan'B Kitaeyj
Pills a few days, my kidneys act per-;
fectly regular and my back feels as
strong as ever. I advise anyone who
Is suffering from backache and kidney
disorders to give Doan's Kidney rtlla'appiicuo,, of JtH untiring research is
a gooa tnai, ror i Know tney are very the recommendation that it is aa neces
reliable.' Ibarv to attend to Internal aanltstion of
Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Wllklna bad. Foster-Mllhurn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
Ail persons engaged for night shift,
please report at our office Saturday,
May 6, 1916. Applications will be
considered at that time. Night shift
will commence May 8th, at 7 p. m.
2-5t ' EWAUNA BOX COMPANY.
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"Jt goca further"
No other coffee is quite so good
as M.J.B., no matter what price
Your grocer will refund the
full price you paid for M.J.B.
coffee, if it does not please
your taste, no matter how
much you have used out of
Always the same in
Strength and Flavor
fa Let llnp
ina was held in Molhase hall, ami the
S.U.O. sign was out long before the
CMndldatss started speaking.
lr. A. A. Soule, who Is regarded as
n homo product by Wood River peoplo
picsldcd. and limited tho speakers to
one and a half minutes for reocra
mouiHng their respoctlvo qunllflcntlons.
Few vere able to tell even how tatls
factory they regarded thcmsolves In
pitch a short tlmo, bu.t none overlooked
tho opportunity to solicit thcnld of tho
voter. In the primaries.
Thl.iy-ono candidates were prewnt
.in.l j.ftcr tho voten heard from all ihe
floor was cleared and dancing com
menced. At midnight a supper was
served at the Jackson hotel, whom 176
ncoDle partook of the fine chicken
, Dancing continued till after 3 o'clock
in the morning. The Fort people turn
ed out very strong. They saw the can
didates, and now have decided to hold
a meeting on May 17th for the purpose
or discussing tho aspirants for offices.
This meeting Is tor tho voters ,and
not the candidates, and no candidates
will be admitted under penalty of los
ing all the votes of Wood River pre
cinct. Many Klamath Falls people. In ad
dition to tho candidates, will attend
the meeting at Bly Friday. The other
candidates meetings scheduled are as
Saturday night, Upper I'on Valley
May 12, Merrill.
May 13. Malln.
One at Hlldebrand, date to be set
DRINK WATER TO
GLASS OF HOT WATKR BEFORE
DAILY KEEP THE
sanitary acinic has ot late made
rapid strides with resulU that are of
nntni.i hioaainv m hnminit n ud
the dralnaeo system of the human hodv
as It is to the drains of the house.
Those of us who are accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when we arise,
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid atom-
,acb, can, Instead, feel aa fresh as a
daisy by opening tho sluices of the ays-
tern each morning and flushing out the
! wttllA tt tA ,H.Atl w.luntn.... .
...mvbw w uv .u.vauaM yuiouiiuun stag
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, escb morning before
breakfast, drink a glass ot real hot
water with a teaspoonful ot limestone
phosphate in it to wash from the stom
ach, liver and bowels the previous
day's Indigestible waste, sour bile and
poisonous toxins; ' thus cleansing,
jiukwuiui uu yurjiyiog we enure ali
mentary canal before putting more
food Into tha stomach. The acUon of
hot water and limestone phosphate on
an empty stomach is wonderfully in
vigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations, gases, waste and acidity
and gives one a splendid appeUte for
breakfast While you are enjoying
your breakfast the pbosphated hot
water is quietly extracting a large vol
ume of water from the blood and get
ting ready for a thorough flushing of
all the Inside organs.
The millions of people who are both
ered with constipation, bilious spells,
stomach trouble, rheumaUo stiffness;
others who have sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quarter pound of lime
stone phosphate from tho drug store.
This win cost very little, but Is suffi
cient to make anyone a pronounced
crank on the subject ot Internal sani
Hetpeint lrens,N Chafllng Dishes,
Fuse Plugs, latteries, Plash Lights,
Handy Lanterns, etc., etc, esti
mates en Ilsctrlcal Installation
At tha Klamath apertemans Mere
Mi and Mala, Pheae ft
1 take (his means of announcing
my candidacy for the republican nom
ination for sheriff at the primaries. I
believe that my work as deputy sheriff
speaks for Itself, and I shall greatly
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of sheriff for
Klamath county, Oregon, on the re
publican ticket. I respectfully ask
tho support of the voters of the coun
ty at tlio primary election for this
office. JOHN II. COIXMAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho democratic nomination
for sheriff at tho comlug primaries,
and 1 respectfully ask tho support of
tho voters of Klamath county.
OKOKQB h. HUMPHRRY.
I hereby announce myself ns a can
didate for renomluatlon on tho repub
lican ticket for sheriff. I Invite a
careful Investigation of my record as
sheriff during tho past throo years.
O. C. LOW.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
dldato for the nomination for sheriff
on the republican ticket at the pri
mary election to bo hold on May 19,
lt 16. CAREY M. RAMSBT.
1 take this mesns of announcing my
candidacy for the republican nomina
tion as sheriff at tho primaries in
May. My record ss a cltlaen and aa a
pollco officer In Klamath Pal la la open
to all. and 1 respectfully ask tha sup
port of the voters who seek an ad
ministration of efficiency. .
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate on the democratic ticket for
tho nomination of sheriff, subject to
the will or the voters at the coming
prlmarles: J. A. MADDOX
I tako this means to announce my
self as u candidate for sheriff, subject
to tho will of the republican voters at
the primary election.
JAMES D. MOORK.
1 horebr announce myself a candl
date for the republican nomination for
tho offlco or sheriff at the primary
election. WM. C. MEflSNKR.
Tho undersigned announces his can
didacy for tho republican nomination
for sheriff of Klamath county. If I
am nominated and elected, I will, dur
ing my term ot offlco, construe my
oath ot office to mean a complete and
efficient enforcement ot the law. I
will have no Interest to serve but the
public Interest. I will give the pro
tection of my office to all persons and
all classes alike. I will personally
conduct my offlco with strict regard to
economy. I will at nil times serve all
official papers with promptness. I will
give all prisoners In my custody hu
mauo treatment, wholesome food and
clean quarters. I will appreciate your
support. R. W. GOWEN.
I herewith announce myself as a
candidate for tho nomination as sher
iff, subject to tho will of the demo
cratic voters at tho primary election.
R. K. IIUNSAKER.
1 hereby announce myself as a cau
dldato for tho republican nomination
for sheriff, subject to the will of the
voters at tho primary election, May
19, 1910 FRANK N. FRAKK8.
To my friends, and especially the
democrat voters In tho coming pri
mary: I trust you will give roe your
support for sheriff. I stand for hon
est work? not too much sitting on tbe
Job; and a square deal for everybody.
If olected. I can and will earn a narl
of tho salary the office pays. Don't
rorget my motto at tho polls. Thank
ing you In advance, one and all, for
any favors shown me. I am, Yours
very truly, J. T. OARTRELL,
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the republican nomination
ror coroner at the primary election
to bo held on May 19, 1918.
DR. A. A. 80UI.E.
1 take tbla means of announcing
myself n candidate for ra-elaetlon to
tho office of coroner, subject to the
win or tne democratic voters in tha
primary on May 19th. My policy
will bo to unbold my former record
of ofllclency In office, with tbe least
cost to Klamath county.
For County Treasurer
1 hereby announco myself a candi
date for the republican nomination
for treasurer of Klamath county, sub
ject to the approval of tha electors at
tbe comlog primary election.
A. A. MEHAFFBY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor the republican nomination
ror treasurer of Klamath county for
a second term.
OEOROB A. HAYDON.
For County Surveyor
1 hereby announce myself aa a can
dldato for re-nomlnatlon for tha of
fice of county surveyor on tha repubt
llcan ticket. B. B. HBNRY.
I take this moans of announcing
my candidacy for nomination on tha
repuDiicau ucaei ror tha omee of
99?"ty surveyor. F. O. BROWN.
For School Bupariatoadaat
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tha raeubllean nomination for
school suporlnteadent of Klamath
BBS8IE B. APPLBQATB.
I hereby nnnoune muif . aan4l.
dataoa tha republican Ucket for boss.
Inatlon aa county school sunsrintsiBii.
ant, aad solicit tha support of tha rot
art at tha coming prlsaarlea.
DNA I, WBLL.
For District Allnr...
I hereby announco my csasu
lor the republican aomlDiMa5
prosecuting attorney at the mBLmS
In May, end I respectful, Vfw 'ft
iipporl ef tha voters who dartre is?
s,fo,i)cr;gonn.u,,, M,,,,,,,d,n wa
HAROLD 0. MKIUtVMsu
I linrchy aunounco my cmaiA.Z
for the republic.,, nomlpifiSaiS
district attorney for Klamath ooaiSf
Oregon. JOBBPH H. Kim!9'
I horoby announce laysolf iT
dldate for the nomination" ',"
Attorney for Klamath county. Or22?
subject to the action of the 5SK'
crstlo electors at tho primary slSS?."
to be held on May 19, li. Ktl0n
w. M. DUNCAN.
I hereby announco my csnillrtM,
for the republican in atlon f
nMsessor for Klamath county, suhliw
to tho approval of tlm voter at i5
coming primary In Mny.
m JOHN Y. TIITON.
I hereby announco my candldsei
for the republics,, nomination for
assessor of Klamath county
I hereby announco my caadlaict
for the nomination as assessor on ths
republican ticket at tho primary else.
Hon to bo held ou May 19, li
C AUHTIN IIAYDEN,
I hereby nnuounc tnyislt a audi.
date for renomluatlon as assessor on
the democratic ticket ut the coauu
primary election. J, p. LSI;
I hereby announco mysolf candi
date for assessor, subject to the till
of tho democratic voters at tbe art
marles. JAHI'KK IJKNNKTfY
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Far Circuit Judge
Tho undersigned announces tuj
candidacy for democratic noalaa
tlon for circuit Judgo of Kuunsta
county UOI.I.O C. UllOKSKECK.
I heroby announce myself as a ess
dldste for the republican nomlaatlsa
ror circuit Judgti tor the Thlrtaaath
Judicial district, comprising Kliattb
county, nt the primary election to b
hold May 19, 1916.
1 announco myself as a candidal
for the republican nomination forth
office of circuit Judge for Khuastb
county, atato of Oregon, subject tola
will of tbe votors nt tbe coalsg
primary election. C. M. ONBILL.
I boreby announce myself as a eu
dldate, for the republican nomuuuoo
for circuit Judge of Klamath county,
at the primary election to be stM
Mny 19, 1916. WILSON 8. WILIY.
For County Commlssloaer
1 hereby announce mysell u
candidate for the democratic noatat
tlon for county commlsslonsr at tbt
coming prlmsry election.
I hereby announce myself u a
candidate for re-nomlnstlon on the re
publican ticket for county esav
sloner, subject to tho will et the vot
ers at the primary election.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the offlco of county commlsstoasr
or Klamath county, subject to the i ap
proval of tho voters in tne rspasucso
primary. JACOB RUBC.
1 hereby announce my caadUiey
for the democratic nomlnauoa m
county commissioner. ..,
WILLIAM U vmuum.l
I hereby announco myself ss a can
didate for the republican nomination
ns county commissioner.
R. W. TOWER
For Circuit Court Clerk
I hereby announce my candldsei
for the republican nomination as ajrs
or tho circuit court or Klamath coun
ty at tbe coming primary JJfU'gu
U. K. UUAriUBinav"
For County Clerk
1 hereby announce myseu as a -
dldate for the office of clerk w
Klamath county. Oregon, on the IJ
publican ticket. I 'ft',JLl!S
the support of tho voters of ths ooa
ty nt the primary election for taU
offics).R. C. COWLEY. Hlldebrsa.
. l i ...... .nu.nif u s can-
dldate on tha democratic ticket w
the nomination of clerk o W
county, subject to the " "JSJ
voters at tha Primary election wis
Office. BUnT B. HAWKPW.
I hereby announce myse "
data for renomlnatlon on the repss-
lean Ucket as county c'r "DiSai
tha wishes of the voters at aw"""
primary tlt-H"" " ",p:
htreby annottnea mjriaii m-
canaiaaie tor .""" r.iitiM
ssntetlve for the 21st ropressatstiTs
district, comprising tha "u""aa
. . iL. .hias aia aaravwv
Klamath, Lake, urooa, "rr'-g-c
Jaffanp.. aubjaot to ft."
me voiers ot " K---1vfTni!
ai.MHiKi- au n "
I announce iwlf'u JSoa'SJ
for tha democratlo nomlnauoa fr
represenUtlra ot the l1"liffuvtsi'
tlva district In the lW&aW
semblr. FRED W. win- -
r hrhv announce mysslf M a
dldata onthe wj"B.JS25st
represeatatire of tha lS sf
district, comprised of "&,
Crook, JeffawoB, Grant, KWsiias--Laka.
. . -.nnni Band.
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dldate oa tha wpublloan WW-,
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district, apmprlsad of theeousg,!
Crooli, Jeffsrson, Oraat, suaa-LWIgLYO.iMITH,KlWMti