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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1922)
TVMDAT, JUNE 10, IftW.
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
H. K. at.......,...r-Uty K&tor
Published, dally etceptiBHtday, by
The Herald Pttbltehlnar Company of
Klamath Fall, at J ID Highlit atreet.
Knterfcd at the postofflce at Klam
ath Kails, Ore., for transmission
throuth tb stalls as aaro&d-class
MKMMCR OP TIIR ASSOCIATED
. . 1 PItBUfl . ,
Tbs Associated Presses iclttilre
It entitled to tbn tiso for publica
tion o "11 ne dlspatche,, credited
In It. (.root otherwise; credited In
thin paper, and also Hie local news
TlUMbAV, 4tVi: -M, 1022.
I BAR REMOVED j
RKOAimi.KSS of technicalities,
tho tlmberwnrkers strike ha
been called off. Tho action tbo tlm
herworkers unions leaves with Its
members tho choice tin to whether
(hey will return to work, and trie
number of plants working Is Indl
riitUe of Ibo Rcnornl cboleo a de
dlrn lo work, earn and restore
pr(isMrliy lo tho rominiinlty.
The California labor commission
representative recently declared
that Weed was not Mrlke territory,
but Klamath whs. Ho based hi
flndltiR on actual and not technical
condition)), for If an eight hour
iitrlk" miy not technically lm cilled
off in Klamath Kails, It lx oblous
I bit jt cannot he called off In
Ilul In Klamath Kails tbn labor
eommlsjdoner found that strikers
worn holding mooting iind sub
rrrlbltiK to a benefit fund. In Weed
ho found no such actual Indica
tions. Tim action of tho tlniberworkers
removes there actual conditions
and place thin territory on all
foura with Weed.
Tim necessity of einrdcier.s ad
vertlflng "strike conditions" In
seeking men In outside labor cen
ters!, therefore can no longer bo
construed to exist, and the h'jt
clar of labor ran now be secured
In whatever numbers men are avail-nbln.
Wn wruld prefer .that more
definite eettlci&fit fcftd been
reached. The present condition Is
an armistice, with u conceivable re
rumptlon of hnsillltlei a an out
come. On the other hand both parlies
to the unfortunate controversy
reallio that it has resulted In' much
waste of time and los of money.
Hoth will be Mow to do an) thing
that will Ic-id to a renewal or con
ditions of the past four months.
Tho lack of disorder, the absence
of violence during tho strike, ndl
rates that Intelligence controlled on
both sldis. and this offers htpe
frr the future. When feolinK baK
subsided, when prosperity Ii restor
ed, perhaps a mutually agreeable
settlement will be reached.
In any event, tbu strll.o hv reas-
ed to be an obstacle to this r.ea-
elals seem io ready to take upon
themselves the nature of the con
tractor and rater Into the building
of nubile, hulldlnn land the pur
chasing ttltcetof nppltai and mt,
terlala seeded, roue, as. they would
l ,liu teAA.' .iihbIii fthttt mm n
prlvata ibuslBesstT jrhsfcc In no
rnccK or comparison possioin on
work done that way.
Does thn law compel It? Are the
peoplo demanding It? It the public
kicking over the enormous profits
edUtrMtorX" We wsktn jT "liar any-'
ono come out with the results of
a enremt mtwUtrattonthit' shown
contractors are robbing the pubi
lie? . . '
ltav0J public officials." who are
taking over the contractors work,
ever shown as their reason the
fraudulent arts of these men
whose business they have taken
overt Is It sufficient for.them lust
to claim "great satlngst" Hate
they ever snowa this o be actual
ly ever done!
Is It not strange' that men, who
tiav never done building or pav
ing or construction work of. any
amount, a boob as elected, take
upon themselves .alt thn preroga
tive of einerlenced builders and
It Is too often at the taxpayers
expense that state, county, city and
school officials let work out with
out taking hide, or If they takn
bids under the Oregon law ate
not compelled to let the worh to
the lowest bidder.
"I AM AN AMERICAN"
No need to auk Who's Wu In
China. Wit's Who! Iloston Tran
Why don't they call m tho sex
bes sellers: Medford Mall 'Trib
une. About the only bone-dry spot '"
tbn United Stale,, are, some of the
nil wells. New. York. Tribune.
Kvery week Is clean-up week
with the visiting "'highwaymen.
!ew York Tribune.
If Conan Doyle would only raise
the plrlt of 8nerlock Holmes to
put an end to the present level of
crime, he would be giving an ex
ample of practical religion. De
troit Free Press.
It Irn't likely that business will
.. . ... . . . ... ..-
ever attain "run speed aneaa, wun
a tax hurdle to be negotiated at ev
ery quarter. Columbia Record.
Tho Chinese are not as civilized
as was generally supposed. They
haven't used any poison gas
The Slnnx City; town, Itotary
Punch, n publication with consider
able pep and "punch" lo It, tell,, Its
readers "I nut an American," and
why In tbo following.
-1 wm a Pilgrim seeking place. I
was a Catholic In quest of freedom
tor my ralth. I was a Protestant flee
Ing persecution I could no longer
bear. I was a Jew, nn outcast, car
rying Hie burden of ccuturlixs of tin
repose I was n political ero with no
function lo seio. I was n mind kept
unschooled lesl knowledge set me
free. I was a Man made In tbo Imago
of my Creator as other men are, but
bending low before 'the power of a
fellow man. And so I left thn Und of
my fat hern to begin life nnow i u
l range slid land,
I came to Amerlrn I did not come
to bntld castles. These ere the
badge of the kings who cald that
!fought and bled to hotd tho winning
so hardly earned. In the 'tin's 1
fought nnd bled again to free my
self of old world wrongs unit lo keep
the new nation whole Thus I made
And Amerlrn made mo a new
man, stilt n Protestant, mill n Cntho
lie, still it .low, bul first an Ameri
can. No longer a nonentity, but n
mnn bending only In tlm olunlnry
servitude of mankind.
America has given mo opportun
ity, the golden wand which has
transformed mo from a chattel to
the peer of any man or euth. And am
I great enough, strong enough to
keep what I have made?
tmll.tn.l t...lt.t lliiiu t L-.imi- Mil I
, i. ... . ...,
realise now that America hold- the '81011 IS opilOIUll VUl IW 111
Inspiration mid tho purlflng prln- IsiU'Otl.
clplos for tho world Does American
liberty moan nn) thing particular to
me? Is It more than a mere nation of ,
New Policy Forms
Total and Permanent Disa
bility Waiver of all future
premiums;, and, iu addi
An immediate monthly
income to the insured, life
long under a Life policy,
and until maturity under
mi RmlrtUMiiitnt wl!" tnwl I
.... -..".v," ......... ,.,...,, , .......
Full amount of policy
,", '. .'paid at death or maturitv.
es - -x
i r.v . i,t.
Wash llloiiM't In W'lillo mill t'oloin
:.? main nr i
i Inclusion of this provi
Double the sum insured
ii in , .ii i , i ,. ,
(lod had appointed them to be the' people, conceived In tho freedom-lov. y111 u1 I'llKl 111 UISC 01 aCCI
keepers ofthe riches 1 produced Hi Ing thought of n hundred nations, jdeiltal death.
. fii.is lur iif mm i nuuiu .i.. ( nuiiuni m niinian .ie.sieraunn nun , inuiiiMUU in iMi.i nuvi- .nV man or woman who ents ineiit neulm the acids in urine so It
...v - "" " ...-.,. ....... . I it wiioi,. u- i no w in nun ni'ierinin siOIl IS OMllOliai Wlin 1110 111- roKiiiiirly run iniikn u inlstiiko b l" longer muses iriiiiuioii, iiius t
began to build n new, free borne In . atlon of tho noble Inronthn? Will ijui(w flushing the kldno)s oernslonnlly, lK bluddiir disorders
nf seilliunnl, Iriegulnr of passage or
nt tended by a soiihuiIoh of sriitillng.
got nbout four ounces of Jud Hulls
from miy rollubln ibnriiiury nnd luke
J n Inlilesiuionful In u Kluss of water
before break rust for u few dus mid
)oiir klduo)H will then nit flue This
famous salts Is made from thn ufld
Vour Klilne)N O.Tii.loimllj "f grnpes nnd lemon Juke, uimblned
If Von lint Mont "'"' Ht lilu mid bus been used for
HeKiilnrl) geiiernllons to flush clogged kidneys
nun siiiiiiiime uieiii in iuiitii, msn
BEG N ON SILTS
lh wll.li.rti..ft mt-t,.,.ilf ti.iL u IIIIM..K .....I Mln.ll..
Presently I induced, compelled, tho! sacrifice to save my Amerlrn nnd
untrained soil to share Its bounty, l' thereby sav the world? Yes.
contended V'lth wild men. In ITTi?
I AM AN AMCIW'AN
ThQ children's vac.itlnn has started I
and motherV vacation Is over I
Nii)s a well-knoiMi nuthnrlty Meat '' r"i is meipensiie nun enn
fnrin lirli' nrlit ulileli elnifu Hut kl.l. Illlt lllllire. Illlll.es II deliulltflll offer-
A lUOnthlV. 01' Oliarterlv. '""V l",r,,, " ,n,'v sluggishly filter or vesoun lithlu-wmer drink which nil
. .. '.' ' . ' '.iriiln milv n. ii i i.r ilin uilIu i.n. I M'Kiilur iiii'iil .uiliirs hIioiiIiI lake now
01' liall-yearly, Ol yearlV I poisons from the blood, II ou get nnd tlmn I" keep the kldne clean
IIICUIUC, IOl IIIC, Ii lICSUCll, stci jveariy nil rneuinuiHin, neau- mni inn uioou imro, wion-ny iituiuins
.em I., tlaghagen. Justice court, instimil nt iinvmont. nf tiii "Vr """I". nerx.msness, srlous kldne complications -Adv.
, t ,...,,....., ... " I'onstlpllllotl, tlltltness, sleeplessness -
'bliiildnr disorders inme fnim siuggisii " v.mii .ihi..-.. ....
.kidneys four n.'W houses
tl.TO : n::,i...i ..... .,:... . II. , ' The moment you feel a dull aclm In Corvullls aards paling contracts
Marny Chambers, Justice eourt. IJIMiltMMIS aUlOmailC.lliy the kldimys nr )nur bark InirtM, nr If tlujiK fr.M.nou
" iisuii iu unv iuii-imm-mr !" """ . .,.'."... ,..., ......
i ! I ' Ihn urine Is cloudy, offmislve. or (lilt n'i"0 v.n.
I n ..
1 ' '....It.... ... ... .!....!
I J. r Murky, constable. $1 on '. " si miikiu huiii.
j. j. ..ui.nugniiii. insure coin. uenersi frnvuinm
Mark Howard. Justlre rotirt. 1 1 TO l.ii;i :ul ..,.
ii s wiison. insure emirt. ii ?n atKutioiHu insurance: 01
Aft llnlatJ-t 4ttti. millPt 41 Til ) lliltt lti. ilkiillllii lit itii.ili k
The averag,. life of a coin Is only .,.n, I., ('iaghagen, Julkn' court. i" V J 'Vl ' !,
55 years. That's what It gets" f. r IT h i W l)0 USOd to lX'dlR'e
traveling so fast,
'About alt that makes a train late
Iheso days Is running over atitoi.
ts tJ2,5im bunds lo
Jazz Is popular because they ran
play the same piece over and over
and you don't recognize It.
If winter comes, can high
prices be far behind?
If Rome people could be In half a
dozen place at one,, none of the Mi
would be home.
Harding Is, raid to lx losing pa
tience with ongrers That makes
When a woman sees a shop wtn-)4...0
low she says "Them Is tiometlilng
In 'that needs looking Into."
J. P. Morley. constable. St To. oniTiMit. ni'Ptmtinm' nv
John Hatllff. Justice court. $r..9(i ,. . ... ' ,,.
I.em I., tlaghagen. Justice court. ! ')-' 10ft tO aCCUIllU-
3-,9fi- , n late at interests subject to
um i?,a!'ji.Vr4 , .withdrawal by the insured.
IS 70. ' Plinifut (if (Huiflonrl nun
I J. K. Morley, constable. M.ilii i, , , ... ...... .. ' .
I.em I., tlaghagen, Justlcn p.-a-e. ,1"" uv muni; iu tinj. iiiiiu,
s,'1:, , .,,.., ino medical examination re-
J. V Morley, constable. )N 70 . ,
Karl Whlllock. coroner. IlilSil ClllllCCl.
l-jri Whitlock. (f.ronor. ibo.oii. i Po.4Unioi'tem dividend.
O. ........ .11...t1lAM llAA fnIM I . . '- --
iiH"i iiifii, ni''iv -, uwi ut iii
1 ! i" A
$4 no. uuKiiiiiwi wiin liixt, yuiir.
A. i:. Mitchell, service, assessor. , Lmni. cash sinrtMiflcr.
p - -....-.- . T
K. Sugarman. supplies, pour farm, pam-up uisillJillce, e,ieim-
'.,.1 iitiiiniiiiiiiik ..ft,,,, iiitmii
V.-1 1 IIISlllillll.1.-, .uii;i iiin-i-
yeai-s premiums have been
Freeman Tanner, supplies, survey-
i or. in 'J4.
. ...... H.MIiIhj
ItiAlr 11111a rAVHlelfiiihlil IMIf . I If cbl,f, r.. Ir.it.im ,l.n.. n.. t.. .. ..
or (Chlcagi). them too far. , 'j'! V Kamarad. asvssor, lann nil IlltOlCSt Hot payable llll-
i .. . .....,- l V A llnn.l. mtn sn.iler. II. "..Ml ill ni.itiii.ltir iF lr.m
. 4s m y ai s I .is ui m.iii.. iiwii iii.ir ii.iiiii.h hi " z; I i v iiuwiiiiv.y wi i.jiiii.
Tire problem of Europe Is to res- you-count those who live In h"f J j i "jr.. ' Loans may be paid off ill r
cue i.ermany irom ner marks anu automobile i Klamath Hardware Co.. supplies, enmu nu umnl nu Sill i
Russia from her Marx. Columbia' The hardest thing about being n .poor farm. I4f.9r.. Pwrn'mm wuiViniinno ..u
Record. I movl. actor I. geulng marrleil nv-ry Klamath Hardware Co., supplies I' I CC fl 0111 restl ICtlOllS IIS
I time vour nav It raised (poor larm. u.j'i. no xS ( CI1C0 UKI iniVL'l.
lime your pa) is raiHeii, i.'i.n.i. iinr.lu.nr.. I'n aniinlli.s ,
,poor farm, li.oo. I The Company
Kiamain naruwarn to., supplies, j le xMuuiai LilIC in.SUI
poor farm. 119.35. rnnn.,n,? nf M,
STAR THEATRE TODAY
- ..-...-- -
"The Beauty Shop"
with Raymond Hitchcock
And the greatest comedy cast, ever assembled.
More fun than a dozen ordinary comedies com
bined. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The bitftfest hit of the season
with MABEL NORMAND
Produced by MaCk Sennett
Think how our hearts would
bleed for -Mississippi valley, folk.. If
they were In Ireland, China or In
County Court Proceedings
CAUSE OF TAXES I
LACK of experience in construe
Hon if bridges, highways and
other public Improvements by public
officials who nevertheless mistaken
ly seek to sav0 tho public moony by
likening work that they could more
economically let Jo a contractor. Is
ndvunced by thn Com Hay Times In a
recent Issun us a reason for high
Inxe'i. Thn Tlmis argues as follews:
One can s.i of high taxea Is due
to person,. In public' offices under
taking to cxecuto public work on
tbn theory that tbuy are .cutting
out contralto and buying mater
ial and supplies and hiring the
work done cheaper.
Why Ih it that our public off!-
VKM6r MOe E6vs
au' irAPttoac nou no Os
O AMsl TCA NOU KMOWf
...:.-. . . l
fv uno MBli 1
. vn. ,r..- .. .
- -.6 Vv J T.. .
TnrMlay, Mny 10th., HttJ
Court Met. pursuant to Adjourn-
fly the 'time America gets Into ment, wtun were present: It. II. Hun
ton game. therVwen't be much left "e11 County Judge. Ilurrell Short and
in n....r.. .vr., .i, .1,'i.b. . ' Asa 'Fcrdyce County CommlsslonerH.
In nussta except the whiskers con- Th following proceedings were had:
cets Ion'. Toronto Star. Road 'Bend Claim allowed and
'warrant drawn to Ilurrell Short.
The mom they step on the ga,l w'age. for 1160.00. '
., ... ,r . ... '. i Current Kxpensn Clalim allowed.
Ihe higher It gors. Waahlngtonjftnrt warrants drawn us follews: !
I'ost. Asa' Kordycu, Kibiry und mlleugn,
The habit of going t0 the bottom
of things uuilly lands a man on. age, lii'j.eo.
top. Boot and Shoe Itecorder ' I.. f!cg
n. M. Hector, coroner Jury. 11.31). wmk vuiiiiitinv ui i
f5. I) Orlixte coroner Jury. $1.80 Yolk IS 0I1C Of the WOl'ld's
U II. Chambers, coroner Jury, . . ... .. . .
$1.2o ifjrcatest institutions, and is'
j. a. iiousion. coroner jury, $i jo.jfhe oldest in America. It is
Sam Walker, coroner Jury, $ l 20. J" ., iUn n i,i:
F. M. Onrlch. coroner Jury. $1 20 IUS SOlind US the Republic
Arthur Maxwell, witness. $1 7ft. 'itself. Its protection COV
Holy Watson, witness. $1 .0. , ,,,', ,P ,:, . ,
J. II. Autnii. witness. XI . :' iiiuiiitmn; ui iivij.t .uivi
Jiihii lluiisaker, witness, $1 7
Alene Dennlson, witness. $1.70
Karl Whitlock. coroner. $21.70
K Sugarman, Kuppues, poor iarm,,wnv loncei CUlTV lllCS
It. II. Bunndl, salary. $l2f..00. 1'-1'- ... i-iclra t'nni-anlf ni .illnu
Burrell Short, salary and mile-' r. ugarmnn, auppiies, iir mm.. ....... jwv...,v..., .. ...,w
homes, whose risks of ill-
j fortune it has assumed.
-Why longer cany life's
cghag.-n. Justice peace, Margaret Jackson, copying
$i4.r.r.. county court. $22,011.
J. F. Morley, constable. $11.90. Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co
J. J. McLaughlin. Justice court, .officials, iz.a;..
As far as can make cut. the. $1.70
net result of the (ionba conference Is M- J Barnen, Justko court. $1.70
an offer from Russia to pay hr
II. S. Wilson Justice court. $1.70.
f .P Xfllnnljl Illation fA.ir.
.1U. .. t. . .... . .. . " .'..., jn.... .........
unuui 11 rumnnouj win ijive ner me 70.
money to pay them with. N'ew York ' K. Ambrose, justice rpurt. $1.70.
Tribune. ' K. Ilrandenburg, Justice court,
Walter 0. Went,
Wlllamlna Bflck plant ajtaln In 11.70
tlimn fn rVirnnrnn vnnv fnm.
"rliiv? Turn the burden over;
ITVIci'.Uq US uml tJ,ey .m(J y()U
II be protected to the ut-
'tnitnniil. AnnKr sit nnnn
servlcn.l- . -. !' ' ' t 1
tut uii -uruinuiy ijiie pol
icy before any dangerous,
To-morrow shall have writ-
t ti ,'M jKf. rl t
Take GlaMor'Aidtii to Vliwri KM
eyM TnOMOarr Bothers
i jj Vesj 1
Kallng meat regularly eventually
produces .kidney (rouble In some form
or othtor, says a well-known author
ity, liecause (he brio acid In meat ex
cites Ibe kidneys, they become. over
worked! xel sluggish) ciogrup and.
cause all soMh of distress, particu
larly backache and misery In the kid
bey region; rheumatic twinges, se
vere b'eadachea, acid Jrtomacb.' con
stipation, torpid liver, (sleeplessness,
bladder rfd urinary. Irritation.
The moment your bicS Jmrls or
kidneys aren't acting right, or If blad
der botberH you. get- about four '
ouncta orJad Satta frpm any. good 1
imarmary; take a taniesnoonful in u
glass, of water before breakfast for u
few, days and your kidneys wlirtben
act, fine. This famous salts is "made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Jake, combined with llthla, and has
been used. for, generations to flush'
clogged kldpeys'and stimulate tbeui
to, normal activity; also to neutralise'
Ibe acids Injhe urlna so It no longer
Irritates, thus ending Madder disor
ders. ., ,
Jad Salts canno, 'Injure anyone;
myites a delightful effervescent llthla
watec drink ,whcj! Billions of men
arid women talc pow-andtben. to
keep the kidneys and urlnarr Arcana
clean, thus .avoiding serious kidney
I disease. Adj.
II. I.. Conklnghnm, Justkn court,
J S. Mills, Justice court, $1.20
I.. N. Ilaynes, Justlco court, $1.20.
W T. F.lllott. Justice court. $1.20
B. 10 Banner, Justice court, $1 20.
Chah W. ThoniaH, Justice court.
H. W Clemens, Justko court,
I.em I., f.aghagen, Justice court,
J. F Morley, ronstablo, $fi..r.(i.
J. F. Morley. constabln, $4.0o.
Im 1.. flaghageu. Jiihlke court,
1 Im I., fiaghagnu, Jiifllcn nnirt.
J. F. Morky, constable, $.1.00.
Iin I.. (Iaghagen, Jusikn court,
J. F. Morley constable, $ 1 4.00
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co. ser1
I'aclfle Tel. & Tel,
Pacific Tel, tt Tel.
Jos. Jorr. mileage, ebrllon. $2.C0,
T" . I 1 dtrw -w . 111 -w
K. Sugarman. supplies, poor larm. ten, "100 1atC! Ulll rep-
nm.r. Iff A A ' ... ...
'""."' ... I'ncnill'llillll ...ill irl.wllw nnn
Karl Whitlock, coroner, .. u. "'"'' k""'V .
O. A. Massey. coroner ex.. $1.1.00. jfc,,. w,tn y()u at .,,, im(i
Karl Whitlock, coroner. $fi.00. . ,.1,..,.. J
Karl Whitlock. coroner. $r. 00. M Uliy place.
Karl Whitlock. coroner, $00.00 ASK
Drummond Print Shop, supplies. ,
mm, any., sj.uu.
LIBERTY "BLUEBEARD, JR."
bud three wlvrs, but hi shenie blw up,
und tonight we'll show you why. Ills
TOMORROW 1 1 on Id. were very reul nnd wry funny.
With 'Ill.t'KIIKAItH we shun HOUND
HARRY Knl, "'
' CAREY "THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
I Iu vii 011 uoilreil tutu eneb round U Just
IN u llllle bitter than the lust nunTlii tills
round n cl'iliu Hint the kick Is IN the
I Ht pliliire. not nliiiut It
BIG COMING 'OVER THE HILL'
" ' sisasa
I,. I. LOW, postage, i.'iu. 1
W. O. Smith Printing Co,, supplies,
election, $36. 4G.
I.ydla Frlcke, salary. $12.1.00.
Klectrk Shop, supplies poor farm,
l.lectrlc Shop, supplies, nssesnor,
O. M, Haymond, roporllng, $33.20,
Itobert Fryrear, transportation,
I Whereupon Court Adjourned until
Saturday, May 20, IU22.
it, 11. Bunnell, county Judge,
Burrell Short, com'mlsslonnr.
Asa Fordyce, Commissioner.
GEO. C. ULRiCH
Tin: i.ii'i: inschanck max")
111 So Mil Ht. Klnmalh K.ills, On j
Oflliu Phonn .173-W
Residence Phonn 373-R
Pilot Rock New bridge being
exlninl water system, '
D.iIIiih to lay ronrrutii Hblnwull.'H, '
I Hon between llurrlsburg nnd Hal
Wednesday Weiley Barry
THURSDAY SPECIAL ATTRACTION
The greatest picture of tho reason. Starring'
Mabel Normand and produced by Mack Sen- t
nett. We know this is the kind of a picture you
DOINGS OF JHE DUFFS
HELLO. MRS. tUfF.iOW
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, ir w iwr irs rrs -
FEW MINUTE 3j J D0WBLI..9O
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APPt ARAMCE, V.OHT
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SEE M,V SHotlS
I DIOM'T KNOW
VOt MAO , .
AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR
7ou MUfT COME VVITI
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