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I Pleasant Grove Department 1
Mining News From
1 AmericanJPork Canyon
Mr. iBaiic Wndley enmo down from
I American Fork canyon Tuesday,
Ivherc lie ns been operating the
fl'adlcy lease on tho Wyoming mine.
lie reports conditions looking up in
I this old .historic proporty, and ho is
St, fluking out more oro and of a better
trade than he has done for several
.months past He expects to send
fltio more shipments to the smelter
" Before ue,ng 0,09C(1 ,n with .the wln-
flttr'a snow. However, ho Intends con-
tlmilng work all winter, and will sack
die ore extracted and ship to the
l(. Hineltcr at tho opening of spring next
Mr. Wndley says that tho Mineral
flat strike is tho greatest strike in
tie canyon for several years. He
thinks that Hnbbo and Daniels, tho
"""leasees, will mako a nice bunch of
ooncy out of tho strike beforo the
lease expires, Tho oro Is of a good
I! H trade and lies In a well denned vein,
indicating permanency mora than is
jj I usual with strikes In this district.
"Incmcn have several feet of stoplug
ground and the dcptli in yet to be de
k' I Mr Wiidley thinks, however, that
fltlit most promising property in the
unjroii Is the Day State, being opor-
itd by George Tyler and others. He
looks to sea this proporty develop
'nto a great paying mino; tho for-
"""nitlon is solid and In placo, which
flu not true of somo other parts of the
I "Bjlitrlct,. Ho thinks that it will not
i Inquire much work to dctcrmlno that
flibe Day Stoto will become a steady
BlOKJIEK PLEASANT GROVK
; CITIZEN UltKATLY IIOXOUED
fl. Pleasant Qrovo wus honored this
r Hieex by having tho Utah Stato Teach-
Itri' Convention elect Howard R.
Drlggs lis president for tho ensuing
tar. There were about 3000 tcach-
rt present, so that the election means
Bi great honor to Mr. Drlggs, who is
i'profus9or in tho U. of U-. Ho was
--torn and ruiscd in Pleasant Drove,
Mat while acknowledging Salt Lake
City as his plilco of rcsldonce, still
li pleased to call Pleasant Grove tho
(lice whoro he was born and raised,
, oil Another Utah county man, O. N'.
jHchlld, served as prosldeut over the
ate.B$tato Teachers' Instituto during the
IsfltRICKSOX GKOCKHV TO
fl OPEN SOON
ifl Mr, 0. J. Krlckson cumo from Salt
SwUlte Tuvsduy and Is now remodeling
JtMis Johnson Storo building on First
iiiBtorlh Stiect. Ho will open up in the
twBcear futuro with a completo stock of
stocerles; in tho spring ho will erect
w addition to his building whoro ho
U1 Install a modern bakery and ico
'ream factory. Mr. Erlckson Is well
Wllflcd to conduct these lines, hav
ing had uldo exporienco in Los Ange
m and Salt Uko City.
IHOIl Y ON ic SONS INCOlU'OHATE
I'rovo, Nov. 21. A. K. Thornton &
Som. who aro conducting a mercan-'
He business, in American Forlc'nud
ileasant Grovje, liavo incoroprnted
wler the namo of Tho A. 1C. Thorn
'0 & Sons company, and will toko
wr the business of A. K. Thornton
4 Sons. - v
Plfftsuut (irovo Is the placo of tho
foopanys general olllco. Tho enpi
' stock Is 2&,000, In.Bhnres of tho
I" nlu.. f $i ,, Tj10 oincluls,
Io also constitute tho board of d
A K Thtiruton, president; Alex
Jomton. vice president; and Mrs. J.
Tliaiuion, 'secretary nnd trensur-
Jo farmers met ono dny.
H'lo si "
-'8:y. what did you give your.horso
"en he limi tho colic?" ,
Jhty met Knlu sorvornl days later.
II lo Si"
j I I",'1" Jo8h"'
l2V'1!lt, ""1 you H,,y '0 kuvo your
; "wiiin In. hud tho roller
XM J";!'1'"!"!!'" -,."
l""'1 "" too."
iiM .. K 81"
(? 'S'lo"K Josh!"
"wnL?f "' ,0l.u,n weddings of
Mg "" wus tho marrlaso of Miss
Lacy Olpiu nnd Mr. Logrnndo White,
in tho Salt Lake Temple Friday. Miss
Olpin Is tho charming daughter of
Bishop tind Mrs. K. I). Olpin, nnd tho
groom Is ono of Plcasanfs drove's
loading young men. Over 100 attend
ed tho double wedding reception,
which was held last night for tho
nnclcs and aunts, nnd tonight for tho
In ono of tho most largely attended
games played hero for a long time,
the Pleasant Grove High School de
feated the Springvlllo High In tho
Orpheus Thursday night, by a scoro of
30 to 20. At tho end of tho first half.
"Pleasant Grove was ono nhcad, but"
played rings around tho visitors In
the second half. Success was duo to
tho suporlor team work of tho homo
team. Ploasant Grovo never had a
better team and will 'show up woll Jti
tho leaguo games next month. TJie
line up follows:
Pleasant Grovo Springvlllo
West rf Clyde
Wilson If Koylnnco
B. Walker..,..,, o W. Wing
Clark rg F. wing
P Walker lg noutz
Coach Dalrd attended tho state
meeting of High School coaches In
Salt L'ako City, this week, and helped
arrange tho divisions, etc. Tho Al
pine division Includes Lehl, American
Fork, Ploasant Grovo, Provo and Hcb
er. Tho dates for tho games will bo
A. Leo Harper Is" improving niter
an attack of rheumatism.
Mr. Guy Cutler was tho guest of
Miss Estollo Fcnton Thursday.
Mr. Summer Hatch of Hebcr, was
Pleasant Gjovo visitor Thanksgiv
Miss Bertha Owons from Snowflako,
Arizona, spent tho past week with
Mrs. L. M, Monson.
Mr. Richard Fcnton, who has been
attending school at Morgan, spent
Thanksgiving at home.
Miss Clcono Bullock went to Tooele
Tuesday, to spend ten days visiting
her sister, Mrs. Samuel Jorgcnscn.
Mrs. draco H. Niolson and Miss
Efflo NIelson were Amorlcan Fork
Miss Lorena White of Salt Lake
City, spent Sunday hero visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. White. .
The Met lew nunts jour Job print
ing Messrs Business .Man, Profession
a! Mnu nnd Khtv liny Citizen. 28-lt
Tho Misses Lorena Rank'.n mid
Floronco Harped wedo guests of Mrs.
E. W. Browster of Salt Lako City the
forepart of tho week.
Mr. Thomas Glcason left .Monday
for a mission to tho Northwestern
States, with headquarters at Portland,
Mr. John H. Wright, who has been
living in Charloy Johnson's home,
moved to Llndon, and W. E. Morby
has moved into tho Johnson home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Uolph Wurnlck or
MuutI, romalncd over from nttondlng
tho Statu Teachers' Convention, to
visit for a fow dnys with Pleasant
Miss Corn Olpin entertained at n
bundle shower in honor of Miss Lacy
Olpin Saturday oveulng. Games, mu
sic mill luncheon furnished thoovpn
lug's pleasure. The brldp-to-'b" re
ceived many beaut If ill presents. Tho
guests woro: Mrs, Nell Halllday, Mrs
Suslo Robinson, Mrs. Lucy Schoflold,
Mrs, Emma Whlto, Mrs. Inez Olpr..
Mra. Lltha Olson, Mrs. Emma Over
Indo and Mrs. Jonnv Olson; Misses
Lorcnh White, Roso and Floronco
Harper, Estollo Fcnton, Estollo Oar
ton, Sndlo and Avis Mills, .Lola Robl
son, Josephine Hnllidoy, Hullo Olpin,
Elslo Osnirson, Clcono Bullock, Lo
onn West, and Hentrlco-and Vligto
The MltmeH Roso and Flnronr-o Har
per entertained Friday ovenlng, No
vember 20th, the occasion bolng their
fntlipr's blrthdny. Tho evening wnH
srJijjiiVplaylng.ganieH. Dainty ie
ri'esfiiieiits were .served. Those pi.ij
Bont worn: Mr. and Mis. S. I..
Hwenson, Mr. and Mrs. J II Niolson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Olpin, Mr. mul
Mrs. C. S. White, Mr and Vru. F. C
llaiikp, Mr, nnd Mrs, W. II. Arml:
stend, Mr and Mrs, E. T. Mnjhew,
Mr and Mrs. A. I.. Hnrpor, Mr. and
Mra, O, II. Hnrpur, Mr, nnd Mrs, J.
W. Halllday, Mrs Ellas Pierce, Mr.
E. D. Olpin, Mra. Grace II Nlolsoi..
Mrs. Elizabeth Illrschmnii, Mrs. Nel
lie Rankin, Mrs. 'M. A. Palmer and
Misses Lorena and Oni Rnnklh cud
MIbs Sarah 'WHllnmsoii spent TuOfl
day In Salt Lnke City. "
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson wore
Provo visitors Tuesday. '
Howard West of Lehl, was u Plcn
sant Grove visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles Thome wns nn Am
erican Fork visitor Tuesday. -
Mustor Floyd Niolson or Springvlllo,
Is visiting rclntlveo in Plonsnnt Grovo.
Mis. J. R. Ilallldny nnd children
aro visiting friends nnd rolntlvos In
Mrs. H. W. Jacobs spent part of tho
week In Salt Lake, with relntlvc3 and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Powell spont
tho early part of tho week at tho homo
of Frank Humphries.
Mr. Walter Mathews returned Jo
Mills, Monday, whero ho Is working
on a ranch.
Murray Hayes and fumlly or Provo,
aro spending Thanksgiving nt the
homo or Mr. J. C. Hayes.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Junius Banks of Lehl,
spent Thanksgiving at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Banks,
Tho Misses Roselln nnd Hazel Wad
ley went to Draper, Thursday, to at
tend tho funorol of Mrs. Mlokolson. '
Mrs. Lylc Wiido spont the first part
of tho week in Plcueont Grove, guest
of hor sister, Mrs. C. J. Williamson.
Mrs. R J. Cobblr. has been lll.and
confined to hor bed most of the past
week. She Is Improving.
Miss Jesslo Lee or tho local High
School, Is making a live days' visit
with her parents in Spanish Fork.
Mrs. Gcorgo Spencer, who was con
fined to her bed for two weeks with
Uright's disease, Is slowly recovering.
Miss Vorvluo Hayes is homo from
tho State University to spend Thanks
giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Hayes.
Mrs Glen Adninson of' Salt Lako
City, is spending the holidays with hor
pnrentB, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Halllday,
Mrs. David' Thorno left yesterday
for Suit. Lako City, to spond n fow
duy3 with hor daughter, Mrs. Mark
Harry Wndley was suddenly strick
en with rhoumutlsm early in tho week,
alnco which tlnio ho lino been confin
ed to his room.
Frank Humphries received two big
turkeys by parcels post from Vornal,
Utah. They arrived In tlmo tor
Mr. nnd Mru. Clarnnco Wnlton of
American FoiX, spont Thanksgiving
Dny with Mrs. Walton's parents, Mr
and Mrs. David Thorno.
A numbor of Pleasant Grovo's load
ing young hid lea will organize a
Social club this weok, tho details ot
which will nppunr In our noxt. Issuo
Mr. and Mrs. Wnllnco West of
Tooele, nro spending tha lnttor half
of this weok with their Plonsnnt
A baby hoy was bom this weok
.o Mr. nnd .Mrs. C. P Richie of Salt
Lnko City. Mrs. S. F. Walker is
spending the weok with hor daughter,
EmoBt Rasmusson came down from
Morgan, whoro ho Is teaching school,
o attend tho Toachori' Instituto ami
jpend ThunksglWug with his Plcu
Kiint Grovo friends.
Tho Mutual lmproeinont Astoe'
lions of Llndon, gave n most iuece .
ful social in tho Ward Hull TueBdn
veiling. Tho chief amusement war.
dancing, iiitersporiad with a plt
program and refreshments.
Messrs Roy Wll".u, Andy Andui
son and- John Roach went to Salt
Luko. Clt-, to witiiQsn the great foot
bajl gamo between the l'. of U. ind
tho A. C., Thursday
Cull nl (he Son l'mulli firnwj
lire Helen CnrbonS fr Iiol meat
wlc hot tiimales nnd IiiiicIich. '
lonipli'le line of groceries Including
UlicrgV Steel (ill Onls and Pearl,
liarley. - 2S u
j)r " i lliun nas n Salt Lake
Miss orplm llHiiiiJUy is a Salt Lako
Visitor i his week.
"'Hr' u A- Anderson spent tho last
hnU of the week In Salt Lnke City.
, ;A,f?1,w baby boy nrihed nt tho home
of-Mnrk Murphy Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. II. m. Vance spent
5-nnkKlinK in Snlt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Swonsou spent
n;iuinksging Day in Lehl.
-Owen Andoiion of tlio U. of U Is
liomr' for the Thanksgiving holldnys.
Olnrence Christcnson and Fred
Thornt were Snlt Lako visitors Thurs.
vMUs Ruby Jlonkiu of Salt Lake,
Was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Vance
t Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Ovorlndo spent
Thursday In Provo.
t Mrs. Robort Steele Is n Salt Lake
visitor this weok.
?.' Mr. und Mrs. John Conway spent
Thanksgiving Day in Pleasant Grove.
?Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wndley nnd Air.
nnd Mrs. Hyrum Carlson spont Thurs
day dn Snlt Lako. '
' Murtellu Lund Is homo from tho
C. to spend Thanksgiving with Ills
,.' Mr. Ruben Fnrnsworth of Blackfoot,
Idaho, Is visiting rolntlvos nnd friends
in Pleasant Grove.
Frank J. Hewlott of Salt Lnke,
made n pleasant cnll ot tho Pout Of
fice this week.
Lynno and Harold Rohlson, stu
donts of tho U. of U., nro visiting with
(heir parents this week end.
"j t -
,,"Art Max field underwent n success
ful opoitlon for hcmorrold3 at tho
U D S. hospital Wednesday.
, Guj Robinson enmo In from the
road long cuoght to cat Thanksgiving
nurkoy with iiis family.
Miss Marlon Tanner spont Thanks
giving week -end nt Pnyson, Utah, the
guCst "of relatives nnd friends.
Junius Hayes, principal of tho Rleh
flold High School, visited with his
Pleasant Grovo relatives soi'eral days
Twenty seven of Pleasant Grovo's
public" school tcachors attended tho
Stnto'-Toachers' Institute In Salt Lako
City this week.
Mr.AN, K. Niolson or Springvlllo,
und Mr. nnd Mrs. D. II. Robinson or
MuiiO, were tho gliosis of Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. Thorno Thanksgiving Day.
Mrs. Lawrence Monson left Friday
morning for Snowflako, Arizona,
whoro sho will remain all winter.
Sir. Monson accompanied hor to Salt
Tho following were ninong the
tenehqrs who attended tho Utah Edu
cational meeting at Salt Lnko City,
.Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday:
.1 If. Wnlkor. A. L. Richardson, H.
i: Johnson, S. A. Khk, Mrs. Alma
Kirk, Estelle.Foiiton, Belle Olpin,
Lorena Rankin, Leonn West, Viola
Vest, Burton Smith, Elroy West,
Uunnor Rasmusson, Geo. W. Larson,
LuoIUq Hunoy and Mnu Clnrk, Mr.
md Mrs. A. R. 0orlado.
Mri. Irvln Thomsnu nnd Ixiby of
irlgllwin City, enmo to Pleas.mt Grove
Mondny, nnd uro spondtng n fow days
with her sister, Mrs. L. I'. Lund. Mr.
Thomson" tamo down Tluirsdny.
-' - - I u- ,, I I
DON'T BE AFRAID HE
WILL NOT HURT YOU
Ctmunenolng next week, December
l4t, tltj Chlpmnu Moroantllo company
llko u special lntorost In show
ing the children ami parents Hie larg
( Jt ifnd inost coinploto lino of Dolls,
i oyn, . tNovoltlos and Xmiis Goods
Tbe0 Oorman mmlo urtlclos woro nil
ljurtilrused before, tlio war nffcted
yrlomif Thoro will ho noadvonce In
io)s (his year, if you buy from us
Wo woro surcoHrful In so-ourlng, not
rnly the staple articles usually ox
hlbl'tjd, but a largo number of Inter
iililgnttractlous and ninny now
(oyixi,Uiiit have not been illiown bO'
r.no. Our rull lino will bi) sbowi
Hecembor 1st, In our Gioeery Dopnrt
ii nt. Xinns Goods, Xmas Books
Nuuui Curds, Xmas Dishes nnd Xmni
( mdles. Old Santa will bo one or tin
imminent features on display
ciiip.ua vs ma m:i stori:
Auiorlcnn Fork 2S-1
Mrs Joseph Silencer und children
nre In Salt Lnke City, visiting with
reluthes ovor the Thanksgiving holl
dns. Miss Anulo Kirk and Mrs. Martha
Wollny of Springvlllo, spent Thanks
giving weok end with Mr. and Mra
T. W. Fage
Mr. and Mra. L. V. Lund wero Salt
Lnko visitors tho first of tho weok.
Mr. Lund lort thoro for Idaho, with
n horse to sell. Mrs. Lund returned
home Tuesday nlghl.
Think of D turkeys, 1 chicken, 3
pounds of butter, n silk dross, 2 doz
en eggs nnd n box of flowers nil In
the same mall pouch. Tills enmc-to
Pleasant drove one day (his week
NOTHING KXCIJPT Till: Jl INT
can make monoy without adver
tising. But Injudicious advertis
ing is n sinful wnsto of money.
This paper Is a good pullor and
result getter. Give It n trlnl nnd
bq convinced. tf
Wo hiuo u nice line of SA3L
I'M! ORL'ETINO CARDS, both
for individuals nnd business
llrms for Christmas.
If Interested call und see
(hem. Gel your orders In curly.
Am. Fork Silver
All the latest hits
Tickets 50 cents
Von can bin nl Webb's .Ieelrj Store
Unit ulll Jail her, or lilm, a life
New und llrsl class jenclrj,
Ndflilnt,' cheap hut (he price.
All Muds of icpiitr mirk curefiillj
done und giinrnnlecd 'hw
N niches u spi'dall).
J. G. Webb
?lnlii Street Pleii'-aut (irotc, Clnli
. Cmilesl Place In (lie I'oiinly-vt'lwiii,
1 Conifeilnhle ltoums l'lrt Cliifs
Sen lee - Hither Itcgulnr
i Mcnls or Short Orders
Pleasant Grove, Ut.
MARKETING WORLD'S - 1
GREATEST PROBLEM I
' " isH
WE ARE LONG ON PftODUCTION, Sj
SHORT ON DISTRIBUTION. HWM
By Peter Radford B
Lecturer National Farmer' Union. KjjJHM
Tho economic distribution ot farm MfeiH
products is today tho world's greatest Unfl
problom ami tho war, whllo It has ftn
brought its hardships, has clearly em- .HHH
phaslzed tho- lmportanco ot dlstrlbu- RH
Hon as n factor In American ngricul- jflH
turo and promises to glvo tho farm- iyN
crs tho cooperation ot tho govern ' HHK
nient and tho buBlnoss men tho H
solution ot tholr marketing problom. HH
Tjiis result will, in a measure, com- 9S
pensnto us for our war losses, for tho IfM-l
business interests and government IH
havo bocn in tho main assisting nl- mK9
most exclusively on tho production XHI
sldo ot agriculturo. Whllo tho depart- . JHBi
niont ot agriculturo has been dumping SHH
tons ot lltcrnturo on tho farmor tolling 1HH
htm how to produce, tho farmer linn PH
bcon dumping tons of products in thn HflH
nation's garbago can for want ot a iftH
market. ' ra
The World Will Never Starve. -!
At no ttmo slnco Adam and Rvo P
wero driven from tho Garden of Kdon J
havo tho Inhabitants of this world . C&H
RUffercd from lack of production, but H
somo pcoplo havo gono hungry from 9
tho day ot creation to this good hour ; nHH
for tho lack of proper distribution. H
Slight variations in production havo mMm
forced n chango in diet and ono local 9
ity has felt tho pinch ot want, whllo iRI
another surfeited, but tlio world ana KBh
whole has over bcon a land of plenty. Mj
Wo now havo less than ono-tenth ot tUmm
tho tlllablo land ot tho earth's surfaco ll
undor cultivation, and wo not only kB!
havo this surplus area to draw on but hHK
It Is safo to cstlmato that in caso of ilH
dlro necessity ono-hnlf tho earth's ifUfl
population could nt the present tlmo 1H
knock their living out of tho trees vHH
ot tho forest, gather It from wild Imfl
vlncB and draw It from streatno. Mo . mB
ono should becomo nlarmod; tho HB
world will novcr starve. WH
Tho consumer has always feared S
that tho producpr would not supply BH
him and his fright lias found expres- nW
slon on tho statuto books ot our states fflvH
and nntloiiH nnd tho farmer has been f j jpjl
urgQd to produco roclclessly and with- 1 1 Hfi
out refcrenco to a m.trkot, and regard- ' i yHH
less ot tho demands of tho consumor. !flf
Back to tho Soil. !BB
Tlio city pcoplo havo been urging BGi
each other to movo back to tho farm, fl
but very few of thorn havo moved. jHSi
Wo welcomo our city cousins back to 0
tho soil and this earth's surfaco con- NI
tains in.002.1CO,000 ldlo acres of till- JHSfll
ublo land whoro they can mako n BKF
living by tickling tho earth with a BH
forked stick, but wo do not need them RiH
so far as Increasing production is con- EH
ccrnod; wo now havo all tho producern H
wo can uso, Tho city man has very SflH
erroneous Ideas ot agricultural condl- flU
tlons. Tho commonly accepted theory nH
that wo nro short on production is all PI
wrong. Our annual IncrcaBo In pro- SJBb
duction far exceedn that ot our in- SH
crenso In population. HboS
The World as a Farm, IfPct
Taking thn world ns ono big farm, H
wo And two billion acres of land In HrlH
cultivation. Of this amount thoro In wMPs
approximately 7GO,000,000 acres on tho Kiln
westorn nnd 1,260,000,000 acres on tho W$ffl
enstern hcmlsphero, in cultivation. 8B
This cstlmato, of courso, doos not in ' 9aMK'
elude grazing lauds, forests, etc, iiO
where largo quantities of meat nro Oa
produced. K Ism
Tho world's nnnunl crop npproxl- B,Vffi
mates fifteen billion bushels of ce- j ,
reals, thirteen billion pounds of flbro RJ'
and Rlxtv flvo million tons of meat. .' a
Tho nvorago annual world crop for W M
tho past flvo years, compared with tho ' J!
previous flvo years. Is as follows: , ffigM
Past Half Provlous Hnlf J'
Crops-- Decade Decado. j, SfH
Corn (Hu.) 3.031.171,000 3.403,G5n.00t l '
WhcaKUu.) 3,522,7CU,000 ;i12ri7,62C.00O ; ;,.!
Oats (nu.) -1,120.017,000 3,508,315.000 5- Y t
Cotton(I3nlrs) 19,803,800 17,511,200 k ;, 'g
Tho world shows nn avorngo In- " ffi
crenso In cereal production of 13 per j ',,ffi,
cent during tlfo pnBt decade, compared I Jfc&
with tho provlous flvo years, whllo tho ' mS?
world's population shows nn Incronso . ,'i,
of only threo per cent. . , qu
Tho gain In production far exceeds ' fy-l
that of our Increase In population, nnd "KJ
it is safo (o estimate that tho farmor ' : .'ga
can easily Increase production 25 per ' 'W
cent If n remunerative market can bo j ; JSgl
round for tho products. In toxtllo . ,, jr;
tlbros tho world hIiowb nn increaso 'vjftS(
during tlio past half decado In produc- rtj&j
tlon of 15 per cent against a popula- J M
(Ion Increaso of throo per cent. , lS
Tlio pcoplo or this nation should if j
address themselves to the subject of VeQ
Improved facilities for distribution. MM
Over-production and crop mortgago "Jff
force the formers Into ruinous com- $ W&
potlllon with each other. Tho remedy ;. mt
lies In organization and in co-opora- M
Hon hi marketing.
MARTIN M. LARSON '9
Attoruej -ut-Lmv J 4H
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