Daily Capita! Journal,
BY HOIfftR BROTHRR8
FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1890.
and People's Government.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, ,
t of Nebraska.
ORECO.V UNION PRESIDENTIAL RLECTORS,
N. L. UUTLER, Polk County, Democratic.
M. L. OLMSTED. Baker County, Peoples.
HARRY W ATKINS, Yamhill Co., Peoples.
E. HOFER, Marion Co., Silver Republican.
THE GOLDBUGS AND THE OLD
The following Is taken from the
Kansas Cipit.il, and the gentleman
lias been, four times honored by a seat
in the Icjisl.iture In that .state. A
prominent f.iruH-rand a hard worker
He N eovoied wlt!i wounds and had
one eye cl,wLtiyi.I In the servlca:
Editor C.lpltal: One of the disgust
ing features of ,t!ie present political
campaign i the appeal of the gold bug
press to the old soldier. The soldier
is eternally being reminded that he Is
a dependent upon the government.
He Is remjnded day after day that his
pr-nsien may be endangered by free
silver. He la told over and over
again that his only possible hope
lies in the proposition to keep money
dear so his pension will buy as much
as possible. He is talked to just as
though he was a ponr.oId'dllapldatcri,
sap-headed mendicant. Now I
protest against such treatment. It Is
true that many of the boys are nearlng
the sunset of life; many arc walking
down the western slope; while those
that were the youngest are at, or very
near the half century mark. But what
of It? Do not other people grotf old?
Wiiy dops our age or our condition
affect our citizenship? Why should
wo be singled out and held up to the
pitying gaze of the world? Every true
soldier scorns the pity of anyone.
Every brave soldier feels that he de
serves to be treated as a man, an
American citizen. He protests against
this Infamous practice of being
held up as an object of pity
and commiseration. If the government
owes us our pensions pay It and say
no more about It, and don't eternally
be dinning it In our ears. If It must
como at the cost of our manhood wo
don't want It.
The fact that we were soldiers once
docs not altar the fact that we are
full-Hedged citizens now, and we de
mand to be treated as such and not bo
treated as though wc had neither
bruins or manhood loft. The plucky
man of the sixties Is a plucky man to
day, though he be tottering to the
grave No general class of men In
this government ever had such an
Influence in shaping Its destinies as
tho Union soldiers. No large class of
men have been so honored and trusted
In tho civic walks of life They
aro among the most enterprising citi
zens of our country, and as a lango
class they are in better slmpo flunncl
ally than any other class of people.
Thoy aro not a class of poor old worn
out paupers. Some of the boys it Is
true have fallen behind In tho struggle
of life. To them wo extend the kindly
hand. They should be treated not as
paupers but as tho guests of tho na
tion. If wo gave our youth to our
country wo only did our duty. Wo
asic no fulsome prats, but wo ask and
demand that we bo treated with that
respect and dignity duo mature man
hood. W. M. Campukm..
Sllvorltes of South Dakota huvo de
vised n way to make tho state pay
their slmro of tho llrynn campaign ex
penses, They wero short of ready
money, tho party managers refused to
accept contributions of farm produce,
and the pops hit upon tho schemo of
organizing prairie wolf limits and
turning over to tho campaign fund
tho bounty of $2 for every scalp. They
huvo already secured in this way sev
eral thousand dollars.
in);, Pat liovv ,uro vou going to
vote?" MJmi01 Vm
going to vote for W. J. Bryan, 10
to 1." '.'And I'liffgStngltbvoto! for
MeKinley." "Nothing to 8 (eat)
PRE3!DENTIApT TICKET , ,
MM -i ::
Independent American Bimetallism
lurse .will oe inieresvcu ,iu x-s x.
A i-J I IU IT
Abcrcrombie's. ufticltuon Trotting
Iload Teams and Their Drivers," In
Outing for October. No man Is better
quailtled than Mr. Abercrombie to
handle tills subject, for he knows and
loretthTT"r7Ut?rarl( Htnrwrlttcn Tfr
liiinjfyf riia'TJy'yejirs. Otviiers of flue
drivers may lind some; useful hints
In the author's description of the
famous team, and the methods em
ployed to secure that frlctlonless,
coniblncd'action, without which no
team Could command a second glance
from New York's gentlemen kings of
the road. The article Is flccly illus
trated. Here Is a peculiar state of affairs:
The htates that will vote for free
silver produce 100 percent of all the
gold mined In this country, 100 per
cent of all the silver, 100 per cent of
all the ait ton, 97 per cent of all the
corn, 92 per cent of all the wheat, 92
per cent of all the barley, 87 per cent
of all the oats, and 80 per cent of the
value of all farm products. Can it be
possible that the anarchists are the
producers of tills country?
A poor editor down in Kansas wants
the motto on the silver dollars, "In
God we Trust," changed to "God be
with you till we meet again."
On a boat down the "Willamette a
vote was taken among ninety people
with this result: Bryan, 80; MeKin
The son of an Iowa Bepublican sold
a Democrat ten silver dollars for a
live dollar gold piece, having believed
his father's statement that they wero
"50-cent" dollars. And his father
For the Bryan Literature and Campaign
Tho subscriptions aro coming in
slowly, but as they are purely volun
tary tliuy snow tnat mere arestni
moo in this hotbed of Itunubllcanlsm
and bread-and-butter onlclalism who
dare contribute to the cause of the
D.J. Fry $1 00
Businessman 2 00
Cash 1 00
A. Strong 50
W. G. "NVcstacott 50
John Bayno 25
T. L. Davidson 50
W.S. Jlott 50
James Under 25
Jeff Myers 50
II. M. Jones 10
N. M. Learned . -"
Businessman ., 25
Dr. Jeffries '. 50
W. C. Mitchell 25
W. T. Slater 50
W. B.Simpson 25
II. W. Prcscott 25
John Savage, 'ar 25
N. Lambert, cash 50
ITarmer, cash 2 50
A Bryan boy, cash 25
Laborer, casli 25
Business man 50
It. P. Boise 1 00
Silver Bepublican 5 00
The campaign now begun will last
six weeks and will result In Oregon
casting her vote for Bryan or Mc
Klnloy. The money will be turned
over to tho treasurer of the Salem
If you cannot contribute from 10
cents to $1 a week for tho campaign,
give a cash contribution. While the
MeKinley campaign committee can
hold up every banker and $5 to $500
out of every employe of tho state,
county and city government, this
cause when won will owe tho otllce
seekors and tax-eaters nothing.
THE ONE CENT DAILY.
Has the Largest Circulation With All
Classes of People.
The Littlk One Cent Silver
Daily lias double tho circulation It
over hud. It is tho only Bryan As
sociated Press Dally In Oregon, aud
tho cheapest paper on tho Pacific
Even the everlasting, selr-porpetuj
atiug, onice-holdlug aristocracy of
Oregon read The Journal.
Advocates of Bryan and Independ
ent American Bimetallism aro circu
lating tho Daily and Weekly as n
campaign paper all over Oregon, Its
circulation in Marlon county Ib
greater tliun any other nowspaper. '
Sure to Win,
The people recognize and appreciate real
merit. That Is why Hood'i Sirsaparilla has
the largest sales in the world Merit in
medicine means the power to cure, Hood's
Sanaparilla cures absolutely, permanently
cures. I( is the One True Blood PurifierIls
kcpetlorinerit U an established fact,' and
merit wins. " ""
Hood's Pills are easy tojtake, eay to
operate, Cure indigestion, hea'dache. j'
pr- - jjt
liEvprjJlnvrr of the tlRlit
As He Was and
- - as He Is. ;
HOW.HE IS - ROBBED.
A rERNICIODS FINANCIAL TOLICT.
StIU of Contraction The Concentration
of Wealth -Rise, and Tall of. Gold The
' " . ' ' ' lit
Effect ' of . the Tree Coinage of Sllrer.
What Gold Monometallism Stand For.
An Ilonoit raytnentof Debts The Help
Offered by the Ballot.
By JOHN H. BEADLE.
Tho accompanying; illustra
tions are from New York
newspapers of recent date.
They are published to show
tho popular idoa of tho per
sonality of the American far
mer in the gold stronghold of
"But you concede, if I understand
you, that n part of tbo decline in form
produce prices has been duo to greatly
Unquestionably. No intelligent man
denies it. How much is duo to that and
how much to monometallism wo cannot
fignro out to a
cent, but I think
much nearer to
than tho mono-
All nnufr. nvTinri.
?C encu ha shown
liV 1 llMUI. lUUCUOtU
y production of tho
necessaries of lifo
Puck. does not of itsolf
rcduco prices in tho exact proportion of
tho iiicreuse, for increased demand
comes in mm very irequeutiy onsets
nil tho gain in production. For con
venience's sako I will stato in tho brief
est pos&iblo form what nlypritcs helievo
on this subject. Wo maintain:
1. That thero is not enough gold in
tho world and cannot bo enough pro
duced to maintain the prof-ent level of
prices. If monometallism prevails, thero
must bo u still further shrinkage. I
dnro not conjecture how far it will go,
but I am cqrtuin that it will not Mop
short of 40 cent wheat and 4 cent cotton
and other things in proportion. Gold
will then bo afar more "honest money"
than now, for it will buy much more.
You sco how neat und complcto this
honest money argument is and how it
rnpidly grows stronger as prices go
; down, for, if a dollar which will buy 2
busliols of wheat and 10 pounds of cot
ton is moro honest than a dollar which
will buy 1 bushol of wheat and 8
I pounds of cotton, then a dollttV which
will buy 4 bushels of wheat or 82
pounds of cotton will bo twico ns hon
ost us tho ono wo now have.
& That thero is not enough of both
gold und silver to restore tho prices of
1870-8 or of 1880-8.
A Ileal Gold lluU.
3. That in conseqncuco of tho n flh
g.cator increaso of population and yro-durtion-than
of tho metals, if thero had
been no demonetization, both gold mid
silver would huvo gained greatly in vol
uo sinco 1878. Tho villainy of mono
metallism lios in tho fact that nil tho
gain has been concentrated in gold. By
way of gouoral conclusion, I boliovo that
uiotiauotnllism for tho world is impos
rfhlc, and that Europo only maintains
it on tho condition thut other nations do
not. In fact, if it ia to bo maiutuiuod
in this country and Europe, wo must
prepare for another shrinkngo so groat
thut tho peoplo will not enduro it, Thoro
is n i-pirit abroad in tho country now
thut is not vory pleasant to think of,
and if thero is
another turn of
tho screw and
thero must bo
several turns bo
foro wo got down
to a roul gold
busis-it is much
to bo foared that
thoro will bo
ruptcy nnd repu
diation. Just con
sider tliis fact :
Tho national, state, provincial, muni
oipal and railroad debts of tho world,
thoso debts which uro funded and per
manent, tho interest only being paid,
now amount to nt loast (40,000,000,000,
and tho interest ou it is over $3,000,
000,000 per year. IT NOW TAKES
ALMOST EXACTLY TWICE AS
MUCH COIW, WHEAT, BEEP,
PORK, COTrOtf AND OTHER EX
PORT PRODUCTS TO PAY THAT
INTEREST AS iT DID WILEN THE
DEBTS WERE CONTRACTED. DOES
HONESTY REQUIflE THAT THE
LABORING PRODUOERS OP THE
WORLD v SHOULD J'AY 100 PER
CENT MORE THAN WAS ORIGI
NALLY CONTRACTED FOR?
"Woll, granting that many things
huvo been done to -the injury of tho
farmer, what can wo do at this lata day
to remedy them?"
A Word of CouufetL
Wo can nt loast roverso tljp. toacljijiju
W SM v.A
A' ' Vfl it
KiV-r' 1 M
'" An d r )
TiTTrlTiTrT'T?TrT7r - Tda''T!li5
Yon will find one coupon inside each 2
Buy a bag, read the coupon and see bow
Vfo J;nu. ., i i . .4. . .0 To T'ST.
put n step to it. Oi.e i-. n jr.K; low
stand for ull that Mr, 'iMt tho fenncr.
V. ..li:.m AloKiu
I. y is the politi
of t:ia-o enor
Linus laud grants
n n d subsidies
whit h mado mil
lionaires by the
uundieds; of tho
war taiiffin time
of pence, which
values jfiom tho
wit to tho cast
and fs-om the
country to tho
.-jrcal cities; of
Comn.orc.al AiTrrrtiJiT. tion cf silver
and tho cnorsjor.3 iucrcuso in tho power
of gold j of Credit Uo'vJliiv and force
bills, of vastly increased gi eminent
expenditures and every extravagant
schenio for bniY.hig up great corpora
tions. He ropicsents it ull and glories
in representing it Ha tells you with re
freshing candor that if he can have his
way you fihull have a great deal more of
that sort of t'iing. A voto for him i3 n
vote to indcrco it all and open the way
to a much gi cater ndvanco in tho same
direction. A voto for him is a voto for
gold monometallism and lower prices
for farm produce.
William Jennings Bryan, on the other
hand, slnncln for a restoration of tho bi
metallism of tho constitu
tion and iif'.'iinst tho things
abovo mentioned. All ?"?H!-J
i t. t ti ffc-.T-
1 ri O
""l ""' V "vjuj"", "i
formers? Rnilioud niun-
rnll iil tnln nnt I'Ail (lift t
ngors meet in high con- n. y. World.
clavo to mako profltablo rates on freight ;
manufacturers do tho samo for their
profit; brokers labor to ad vunco stocks.
All theso voto and uso tho govcrnmcut
to mako money, and all deuounco you
farmers as no better than thioves for do
ing tho samo thing. Vote, as justice re
quires, to restore tho old contract. Voto
to holp yourselves. Voto for Bryan, tho
monoy of tho constitution and tho up
lifting of tho agricultural interests.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A
DID YOU EVER suffer from real ner
vousness? Vhca every nerve seemed
to quiver with a peculiar, creepy
feollue, first in ono placo, and then another
and all seemed finally to concentrate In a
writhing Jumblo In tho brain, and you be
come irritable, fretful and peevish; to be
followed by an Impotent, weakened condi
tion of tbo ncrvo contcrs, ringing in the
cars, and 6loeplcss, mlseroblo nights r
hr AT 11 PC Mra- Eugene Soarles,
xji. i'liita 1I0 Elmontoa Bt., Elk-
Nervine hart Ind-- sayss "Ner-
- , vous troubles had made
KeStOreS me nearly Insane and
T-TpoltTi physicians were unable
HCillllUtitt to help me. My memory
ttos almost gone and every little thing
vtarried mo until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was becoming a manioc. I
Imagined all sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr.
Miles' Restorative NcrVlno and four bottles
of tUU wonderf uljcmedy completely curod
mo.'and I am as well nbwas Iover was.
ur, uiios- nervine. soiu'on-gviarantoo,
bstbotUo wU1 ncflt or money retundod.
.. j. .a...a.a -A--it..r
yery . best
ounco bo and two coupons Inside each 4 ounco bag.
to get your snare or 1250,000 In present.
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER.
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
2fot all could hear Pennoyer and
Barkley at the great Bryan ratiiica
tion at Salem. So The Journal, has
printed in supplement form the great
speeches made on that occasion by
those two gentlemen. Theywill be
supplied from this oflice at $1 per
100 or $7 per 1,000 postpaid. We have
still supplements with Bryan's speecli
of acceptance nt New York and
Mitchell on the impossibility of In
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, ano
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds ii. tl e
state. Artists' materials, iir.e,
hair, cement and shiagh", and
finest quality of grass szed.
PRESTON VENAHLE-The well kno.tn
steeple chase jockey and race horse trainer
has arrived in Salem and can be seen at (he
Bureau, 102 Court street. 10 I 3t
FOR SALE 50 cords of grub oak wood will
be sold for $80 on the ground spot cash.
Wood is located 1 miles due east of the
asylum. Call on or address W M Learned,
Sa lem, Oregon. 10 y 3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE.r-Thebest .stock
und hay ranch in Oregon, consisting of 200
acres. The above tract is good for fruit, grain,
truck gardening or "eneral farming. Will
sell cheap on easy tf nils oi trade lor small
place. For particulars inquire of A. II.
Hooihby, Mills City. Or: 9 17 nn
FOR SALE OR TRAlJKTfwo improved
lots, ull kinds of fruit, on street car line, at a
big bargain for cash; a.lilrcs- 11, this office,
WINTER PAS I'UKE
-For good winter pas-
ture for horses inquire one block west ol the
North Salem School. Robert Crayton. 9 9 liu
CARPET" PAPER Large lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap, las
the thing for putting under carpets Call a
. i .' .
New Opening. San Francisco second hand
store. New and second-hand clothing, boots,
shoes, trunks, valises, jewelry, tools, and nil
descriptions of second hand goods Vovujht and
sold and exchanged, highest price paJtl for all
kinds of second-hand goods. Creaning and
repairing neatly done at rcasctiable prices.
Orders by mail promptly attended. Please
give us a call. Remember the place, 99
StateSt. J. Eller, Salem, OreKu" " 9-iiStf.
Saturday Evening, October 3,
at the Armory, Salem,
Hon J, J,tyKTNEY,
And other speakers will discuss the
issues of the day.
nTheclub will arrange an interest
ing program ana an are Invited
especially the ladles,
Salem St earn Laundry
Please noticethe cut In prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain ; 10 cents
Under drawers,,., ,..5 to iocents
Under shirts 5toioccnts
Socks,perpair "... 3 cenls
Silk handkerchiefs ., 3 .nts
bncets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work In proportion,
Flannelsand;other work in
teiiigently washcby hand,
Col. J, "Olmsted Prop,
; , L'&'dloB'WHd Vafuo
Arcflntd complexion must uso Poaonl's PowJ
."Proquccat and beautiful akin.
C. H. MACK
Successor to Dr. J. M.JKeenc, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations nt moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
Tnta nil micl ftml nflcc-nfrcr Irntnar Pa..
gage and express'to all'; parts of thewcity?
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.:
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best meal in'
town for 15c. We say try us and see.
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
KySecond door north of Hctcl Willamette.
W0LZ L MIESCKE Proos.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
rp-Fresh sausage a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
Mrs. C. M. Ogle will re-open her kinder
garten in the Congregational church parlors
on September 21. 8 29 lni
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. .Loa
consideied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIi
MONEY TO L0AN.I
On city or farm property.
Over Bnsh's Bank,
T. K. FORD
T. H. HAAS, ,.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a sp"lalty of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clocks, etc., 215 Commercial Street
C. H. LANE,
21 1 Commercial St., Salem Or
JSrSuits SIS upwards. Pants t upwands'J
Juit opened, next door toAVestern
saloon, 244 Commercial street. Best
meal in the city for 15 cents and up
wards. All new, neat and clean. All
JUCIIARDSCTN & OHM, Props.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel BuiHiri"
1'or water service apply at office. Hill
payable monthly in advance. Make n
complaints at the oliice.
There will be no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from tl.'
city unless notice! is left at the office.
Ile'reafler water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for, side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
Tead "under building purpos.s" pacc 7 '!
schedule uf rates for 1893. Apply at 1
EAST AND SOUTH
California Express Train Run daw between
Portland and San Francisco.
1,8:50 p. m.
:5o p. m. ) Lyv P
:oo p, m. Lv :
:4S a.m )-Ar- S.
Portland rAr. (8:10 a. in.
Salem Ar. 8:00 a. m
Frisco Lv. 1 7roo p. m.
j Above trains stop at EastCt'ortland, Oregon
I City, Wocdburu, Salem,)3urner, Marion,
letterson, Albany, Albany junction, tangent
Shedds, Halsey, Hanisburg, Junction City,
Eugene, Creswell, Drain,! and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive
ROSKUUKG MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv..
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS ,
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvall;?, daily (ex
7:30 a.m. I Lv.
12:15 p.m. C Ar.
Ar. ( 6:20 p. m.
LV 1 l:3S P m-
, At 'JVlbanyand Corvallis connect with
trains ofOregon Contral & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday,
4:45 p. m.1 Lv. Portland Ar, j
7125 p. m. f Ar. McMinville Lv
8:25 a. va,
to all points fnthe.Eajtern Staler, Canada.
and .Eurone fcan'l nhtained at lowest ralel
from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem,." tj
a, l KOUERS, Asat. G. F. Be P. A.,
P KOEHLER, Manager, v
IK CHANT TA I
I Wl.li- VV!
TO THE EAST CHVEs 1Hfc
' v Roflfe.
Via Spokane Minneapo:u m p.i . ,
ver Omaha and Kaniui Gtv 1 ,nd &"
eastern cit'u-s. " LOw rtu,,
Portland -San FranS
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock P ...
Pt. 14, 19. 24. 29 and Oc" 40 .f0" '
and 29. ' ' 9. 14, 19,
'are Cabin, $12; steeracr m
Steamers Ruth for Portland iZa ,,;
nesday and Friday, a, $0 , 'BM(BdV.
Lowest freight and passenger rates D ,
trip tickets very cheap. Ticket , mM
baggage checked through ,U 2S, " '
Or. gon Washington anltheEa &"
charge for baggage tranifen. Choice of !a
mad or river route to Portland
F01 full details call on Boiu & BiA,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
f Uen'l I'a. Aut. I'otilin.t n.
For full debits call on oriddw . '
G. M, POVER
Foot of Trade st.
O.iibp; Pacific System.
through Pullman Palace Sleeper. Tuutit
Sleepers and Freo, Reclining Cha! 'til;
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are heated bv steam ind
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 i.i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 davs.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables and fullHnformatww
BOSBi&l BAIt KMl, 2
Agents, Salem, Oi."
R.JW BAXTER. C. E. UR0WN,
Ceneral Agent , Dist.Pass.ipot
135 Third Street. Portland.
Pullman SleeDin Cars
' Elegant Dinin Cars
1 oui'Li iil ttoiri0" Oa's
To St. Paul, .Minneapolis, DuluW, ttv
Srand Forks, Crookston, WmniK,
. Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, U
' ' '1 Vork, Boston, and all Point"
'East and South;
.kFor information, time cards. mi;
tickets, call on or writft
265 Commercial srtcci, Ml"", ur
Eastern R. K. Company
-Connecting at Yaqmnal
Francisco &.Yaquin iw " rnN ..
Sails fromVuina every ,0
Francisco, Coos nay. IU"
and Humbolt Bay. . uDSMp1
Passenger accommodations ,7
l..... riin. between the n"'"'
lalifornia. . u westtoS
e from Albany ' P0"1' ? ...l0Coc
?..'. r,i,in. so: steerage, 5r,"hnj.
f ranC.V. ----- -;- bin . 10 ---
Uay anu 1 "' , . POOdOouJ'
"'"' II. rtSOrt oa w
Tlie most POP" wr w undertow"'
North Pacific CoasL
bathing bIa'en SuiUw hwUf .
T,rr II SC WU"B " - .v.. rrSXl u
and salmon trou can to. . 1 Wf
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