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,.u-v a is i Quot of he state ticket is a Sheet of Pap r i divided into five columns running up and Down like the columns of a newspaper. Each of the Flat four columns is the Complete ticket of a political party. The fifth col How to urn la for Independent Mark. Candidates. The columns ballots Are labelled at the top with the names of the parties they represent and directly under the f party Label is a Circle. After each Nann on All the tickets is a Square. If you Are in doubt As to How to Mark your ballot it May help you to read j the following explanation. Perhaps you May wish to Cut this out and carry it to the poles. 1 to vote a straight ticket simply place a Cross distinctly in the Circle under the Label of the party for which you wish to vote. If you wish to vote mainly the Republican ticket but also want to vote for one or More candidates of other parties a place a Cross in the circles at the head of column containing the Republican ticket. By turn to the other columns and place a Cross after the oame of each candidate you wish to vote for in other than the Republican ticket. 2 if you wish to vote mainly the democratic ticket place a Cross in the Circle at the head of this Tickel and crosses in the squares after the names of a candidates on other tickets for whom you wish to vote. 3 if you expect to scatter your vote so generally that no single ticket is favored even in a general Way you May ignore the circles at the head of the columns and vote by placing a Cross in the Square after the name of each individual candidate on any and All tickets for whom you wish to vote. Following Are examples selected As among those most Likely to be used in the elections. If you wish to vote the Republican ticket excepting for governor but want to vote for col Mccoy 1 a place a Cross in the Circle under the name a a Republican at the top of the column 2 turn to the democratic ticket and place a Cross in the Square follow in Rol. Of of a name. If you Wleh to vote the democratic tick it t excepting for governor but want to vote for Blaine 1 Placo a Cross in the Circle at the top of the democratic ticket 2 turn to the Republican ticket and place a Cross in the Square following the name of Elaine. View so a e the journal Badger weather vol. 136, no. 31. 81at year. Madison w1s., sunday morning october 31, 1920. Partly Cloudy sunday and monday colder sunday and in Southeast portion monday. Twenty pages Price five cents Germany warned to disarm a a amp is $ s$5 i a j�5 1% 1% its is its flays attack on Harding blood paper gives lie to dem. Insinuation a underhanded partisanship denounced Rumor of a negro ancestry nailed by Charles Taft new state program Poy quotes of Educa Tion to be legislative Issue a the tumult and the shouting the Campaign is Over so far As vote making in concerned. Getting the people to a vote Early and Oft a Quot is the remaining Job. And it can be said in conclusion As it was Gamaliel it air in the beginning. Seems that this is they a or to have it the big Republican wind. Throughout Cox has carried the fight to his Oppon Nta out advertising and out generating them but he seems to have made practically no headway against the army of discontents u Holch surround the democratic administration. The women a vote largely fax Rabie to the league of nations appear to have be it n Savea to the republicans by the intervention of Root and Taft whose Assurance that the republicans Mill bring the country into a practical International peace pact has weighed heavily against the chances of democratic Success. A a a in Wisconsin Che Outlook is for the Selee lob of the Republican ticket throughout. Probably Lenroot. Elaine and Morgan will run somewhat behind the ticket but that they will ride through on the preside Nual wave seems certain. With the whole weight of Lafoil Latte s prestige behind him Thompson May to More votes than were Ever cast far an Tndepen-8t ate Dent candidate but that rides enough republicans will wave scratch i uproot to make Thompson a formidable contender is hardly within the Range of pos Ltd if Ilea. With hundreds of precincts and Many whole counties heretofore heavily democratic now swept definitely into the Reub Heuff column by the anti wll Soniemi of their populations steins cd seems hopelessly beaten. Elaine stands to recoup his heavy losses to Mccoy in business professional and conservative Farmer circles by substantial accessions of democratic Industrial and organised Farmer votes. Judge Larson s strength derived from lev pol let the and nonpartisan league support coupled with his Ranal Appeal probably makes him the most dangerous democratic contender hat offsetting this is the aggressive character of morgans Campaign to which the merely receptive program of his opponent offers comparatively Small resistance. A a a Blaine has been pictured by his foe As a sort of political a wild Man from Borneo Quot and or Coy As the a a tools of entrenched wealth. One bugbear May safely decline to not have Gravo misgivings ferocious about either Man. Blaine j la a rational Chap and unlit Cly to invert the taxpayers or n turn to Page amp column 2j c Ino Annati the Cincinnati. Times Tfir to it Cray published the following editorial Over the signature of Charleo p. Taft publisher and Hulbert Taft editor. A fifty years ago personal scandal and whispered Lio against candidate played a Conwi Dorbak part in american politics. Until Thia year it seemed we h id been getting away from that sort of thing. The presidential Campaign of the present Century have been fought out chiefly in the open with arguments about Pron Kipte Anil the characters and intentions of it ind dates holding the Center of the stage. A thus year the Dino cats have tried to turn the Dock Back 50 years. They have attempted to revive that spirit of underhanded a a anti Samilp which wyms quite usual in a Nerka in the Days win n blackguard attacked the ancestry of the Mother of Abraham Lincoln and Ohri Lincoln him a of was Vilegi Tomt. A most of the Energy of the underground Section of Hje item operatic Campaign has Bam devoted to the circulation of a lie about hardings ancestry. No responsible Democrat has dared repeat it in the open but Tonny democrats have passed it around hand to hand. Whispered propaganda a it luxe Are few voters in Hamilton noun y Alio have not run up against this sneaking propaganda in one form and another and have not had some body whisper in their f Ora in strictest Confidence that a there is really something in that Story about Harding. A eth Story is to the effect that War. Ren g. Harding a Grandfather was atm a Harding and that he married mar Ann Dixon a degrees. The Story is false in every respect. It even has fhe wrong names Tor hard eng s grand Paren s. The senator s Grandfather w As not Amos but Oharie Alexander Harding. Charles Alexander s wife and the grandmother of Warren q. Hording on the paternal Side was Miry Ann a Rawford. Sha was the Daughty a of Joshua Crawford i Butimore and set a phia it sevens Whoso lived to Albemarle of Katy Virginia. Scotch Irish blood a Tho Crawford were of Seorti Frieh descent the Camhy originating in i-unaxkumr.-, Scotland. They first Carne to America in the 17th Century. The Crawford appear All through the genealogies of Virginia and or. Re a Laid to most of the prominent families of colonial Days to that state. A there to an Amos u. A Ertler a among w. G. Harding s one Estari. He is not the senators Grandfather i Wever but his Gnu great grand father. The name of his wife a u not Mary Ann Dixon but Phoebe Tripp who belongs to a Wei known Nial f in. Y of Pennsylvania Ami was a Cousin of Frances hex am. A the lost sister of Wyoming. Amos Harding Livi d in the Wyoming Valley Pennsylvania from 1777 to lit. He Cam Hgt re Timond county Ohio Early to the 19th Century and died there in lit31. Object to lies a was a Rule american it i object to urm and particularly to Chat Typo of lie which flourishes Only in Tho dark. Unifies the character of our people has changed they wih Ike a Ltd a election Day a a actin Wiki they think of the sub to a Ranee a he democrats have waged during the Pant three weeks a i a ii exl that can not be run in that a open. Felt e or m of America is riot to Tho credit of any party or candidate. A we below Harding a family tree. M is an ancestry of which any Axner an might be proud. We shall he glad to answer question at get any of the men or women whose names and Given and Are prepared to prove that there was not a drop of negro blood it any of them. Vera Cruz has general strike \ up. A Cruz a general strike which Dock workers hoped would spread throughout Mexico was declared Hert saturday. Eusi Neas was Paral it Zed. The strike grew out of the Dock work to withdrawal from work when two gangs were discharged for alleged Connivance with silk thieves. Two 1 strike Breakers were killed. I agitator Rac Ltd about the Street in automobiles waving red flags and at i tempting to recruit More strikers. Mounted poll patrolled the streets to i see no violence was done. The tug Tampico was blown up. It was report d some fives were lost i strikers a Ere blamed for the inc idol plan of Board faces opposition from Cary department is report proposal would revolutionize entire system fight May feature session parable in Harding scorns personal attack a definite educational program specifically dealing with every phase of education in Wisconsin from the Rural school to the University will be presented to the 1921 legislature. The program the work of the Wisconsin Board of education is the most comprehensive Bluit has Ever been brought Forward in the state. It is the Effort of i. A. Fitzpatrick Secretary of the Board combined with experts in his department. A practically completo readjustment of Wisconsin s educational organization is contemplated in Hie plan. In it Wisconsin will Havo a definite schedule of educational improvement instead of on is now charged n a hit or miss a unplanned procedure of attempting to keep abreast. Of rapid program by states All Over Tho nation. The 1921 legislature will have this program As one of its biggest piece of legislation to be presented. Tbs tight on it promises to be on of the features of uie a Essum. The state Board of education is backing the program. The department Public instruction. Headed by c. P. Cary state superintendent. So for has expressed itself As not in sympathy with tin idea. The fight May even develop into on Effort for Al edition of the state Board of education. The stale Board is not a constitutional department and major flux Putrik is an appointive Ofil Clui. Or. Cary is said to regard the plan As usurping Bis constitutional Powers. Propose8 Junior College or. Flt Spatrick program brings to Wisconsin the Junior College idea As part of the greater Wisconsin educational movement. The plan is comprehensive. It is Given in the a Wisconsin s educational Horison Quot of Cloi publication of the Board of education. The same i Are in appropriating funds Flor education that people use in spending their own Money nudist Uxer closed. Says or. Fitzpatrick. An accounting of stewardship of funds heretofore granted in bums of Public service rendered and specific plans fax the funds asked Are included in the program. That Wisconsin is far from the limit of Wise Public expenditure for education even for prune tit services is live Contention of the Board of education which Iii so Points out that there Are a no mtg r of unmet a needs some of which Are included in this program that must be financed in tire immediate future that there must be provided capital funds fur education distinct from the common school fund in order that there May be intelligent planning of educational policy that our attitude toward Nubuo expenditure fur Esu Culon must be it hanged no that such expenditure shall he regarded of a Long term inv cd Yuent a in cite Lens help for the promo on of the Oum ainu wet font create new fund As the Only effective Way in which any inert Sun in the capital funds for education could be Chstr buted on an equitable trus. In it moping with die constitutional provision with Refet Wrice to the common school filial Tho Board proposes to cry ate a new fund. It is fund is to be known As a Lub tie education fund the capital of which shall forever be inviolate and the income Iff which shall to distributed in such manner and i such taws As Fis legislature shall direct. The Money for the fund is to be a a cored from the annual inheritance tax find at least a period of 21� Yrnes including a a it Esche ated states. The Public education fund May be still further increased and it name amended to the Public education memorial fund. It might be provided that the some tax As was rained this Yvo be Cantina a during the life of the educational Boms Law and All a Turpin annually paid into the memorial fund. A first claim on the income from the memorial fund would be a $�0 a month Grant during the period of High school collegiate or technical or pm fee soil of training by not to exceed ten Yea a to the children of an Soldier who red while he was in military service Between april 6, 1917 Oral dec. 1. I. The educational Opportunity fund idea presented to the 1919 legislature is strongly endorsed by the Board of education teachers salaries the teachers salary problem is Token up in the following manner a a to pen Public in Hnry authorities we would sting la urge the flt a Mulo Bor nothing in record call8 for apology g o. P. Candidate tells cheering crowds by Raymond Clapper Columbus o. No political Campaign which cannot be carried on in the american newspapers will succeed senator Warren g Harding told his vast audience in Mcmoil Hail Here ust night in the final a punch of his Campaign. Senator ii in Dong made no direct ref Erin in to pm Reona lilies which have figured in rumours prevalent during the closing Days of the Campaign. A would a Corn to come Here tonight with x personal Campaign Quot hording said. There is nothing in his record which Colls for an apology Lla Ling said. As to the charges by governor Cox that senator Harding has Mode various Promise to political supporters the Republican nomm u a Aid a i Haven t a or convention pledge to anybody. I have in More or Lea in the Public service of Ohio for 20 years and Mineko a record which includes no betrayal which Calls for no apology. A one thing rather personal i cannot resist. Tho knows As the country j knows How i was nominated. Ohio knows Bow free 1 am i Haven to made pre convention pledge to anybody in a America and i Haven to made a j since the convention except to the american people. A great and sacred responsibilities fall on a president of the United states but great responsibilities rest also a the candidate fur that High office. I think he should put i whole Sou into the Hope that whether he is to be ejected As i expect to be or not his Campaign should serve to raise the minds and hearts and soul of his coi Hurmen to nobler thoughts Ana higher purposes Anil finer talks to big crowds Hen Tor he Rainy was greeted by Large crowds at Vity Stop on his Way from lit stopped at muddle j town the boyhood Home of govern Cox. And spoke to a crowd of 2.00u. He paused at Dayton whore Cox now us it and thousand wedged the in a Ives around the rear end of his car. At Springfield where t owns a newspaper holding spoke to 6,00v in the auditorium and to a Large Over a flow crowd. Everywhere he was1 cheered enthusiastically. At Springfield Harding Derl exed he will never enter a league of nations that fall to Roc Gomze the supreme deity. To was referring to there being no a Ftp am to god in the Versailles Trenty. Hording declared be is reactionary to the extent of a going Back Quot to die practice of permitting Cong wis to legislate. A and i am old fashioned about wanting Che Senate to have something to say about our foreign Affa is too he added. Appeals to labor butting in a final word for a protective Tariff. Hording referred to the at Tel industries at Middletown. Etc re Milts Are being developed in India and China with cheap Lala air and the products will Rompet a w Ith America in Lejk a a Lief guards Oro erected he said. A i ask you american wage earners How Long do you think you can maintain tiie american Standard of warm you fax or the Republican Polny of Protection 7&Quot Harding sold. A i am for the amen an Standard of we go i am for the american Standard of living. I so perfectly agree Able to standardising the was a and the living condition of the world but Only on condition that world bring its lower standards tip to oar higher Standard in Frank b. , Republican candidate for the Senate preceding Harding do stared Hie a enemy is Cerculo Ira a Storie of foul As Ever dripped from he Slimy Tongue of a we Don t propose to go into Willi said a though if we did decide to we have enough facts to sink a it t la Hia last speech reads a Good Samaritan to Chicago audience says Harding would desert suffering nations by Herbert Walker coliseum Chicago gov. Jome m. Cox lost night concluded i Appeal for the league of nation by Reading the parable of the Good Samaritan to a crowd of 15, 00 that packed the co ii cum. As Cox read from a Vest pocket Bible. The audience 1 intoned in a tense silence and into tremendous applause when be finished. The parable. Fox sold was the answer a a a f Christ to those who 2,000 year ago. Preached selfishness and National Cox real from the Bible after claim ing Luu Himl Tor herding won his turn his tue k on suffering throughout the t a a attacking the statement of Harding that he would never submit the treaty to the Senate with Art i x in it Sab the senator Oouida not Cut out parts of the on Venan t without the Wisent of Tho other signatories. Cant change treaty a How can he change that treaty Quot the governor asked. A it is the treaty that was signed at parts and a president has no right right to chop out a part Here and there Tafuro submitting it to the when the governor asked a Are we to turn our backs on the terrible starvation in Europe v a great chorus of a no no Quot come a from the crowd. T a hum Attiat to do so would be a slander on the America we love Quot he Sakl. It oxus merging at the coliseum we a fitting Climax to his nation wide a Rump Campaign. It being admittedly one of the most demonstrative of his travels. It was almost Midnight be focus the governor finished speaking to that two of a flow meetings. Doi again denounced senator in Edge As the a March conspirator of the prolonged hisses and groans came from the Undieme when the governor mentioned the name of senator Harding. Refuse word on Rumor Washington administration official Here last night refused to deny or confirm a report that president Wilson has determined to resign his office a it a after election Flay if governor Cox is Chown pm idol Tho report gained currency because governor Cox fun a speech a Tel Nievod to have intimated that Wilson Koukl relinquish his office if Ltd of was sir Gess Ful Ift Tang the vice president Marshall succeed him until Fox look office March i deep rivalry Marks Battle of schooners Halifax a thai american Schooner esperanto Defeated the Canadian Schooner Delawanna by two modes in their race Over a 40 mile course Here saturday. Those Are the Bare fac tax but there the real Story. For years the fishermen of Massachusetts and Nova Scotia have been bitter rivals. Whenever their Craft met at sea. There waa sure to be a race. In the Wintar time when howling winds swept the Frozen coasts the sail Ormen gathered around re hot a love and spun yarns of these affairs of the brine arguing the respective Mente of this and that Craft so in time a veritable chivalry of the Saa a built up with its traditions and its lore. Certain Mackerel schooners acquired heavy reputations and their Skippers became so keen for a Chance to joust a it the the foe that a real race was arranged Over a 40 mile five sided Cours off Nova Scotia. The word of it spread for Miles and yesterday people came from i Lee around to see the first heat. A trophy was put up the boat winning two out of three starts to capture it. There were All types of deep sea fishermen on hand with bronzed and seamed to Antenan sex puffing stubby pipes and commenting in nautical terms on the esperanto flying the stars and stripes and the Delawanna with the Canadian colors. A gun boomed from the deck of the steamship Tyrian which serried the race officials end the schooners Slid through the Waves for the first buoy. The Yankee boat fad behind i the beg Nung. Cape Marty Wei of of the esperanto with All sails sat so mane Vered his Craft however that As it plunged through the Long rolling swell he picked up Inch by Inch. The esperanto hauled up alongside the Delawanna and it was a race beam to beam. Than the Yankees saw the Delawanna fall further and further behind. They Cam to the last turn with the esperanto two and a half Milaa ahead. With six Milas to go the canadians fought Thair hardest. But the spurt waa too late. The Pride of Gloucester where the first Schooner Ever built was Laid Down away Back in 1713, Rod triumphantly Over the finish line w us the Best Craft historic Lunenberg could produce tagged two Mil Back. Guard must dissolve is Allied edict citizen body of Bavaria i target of new note arms held against entente order wanderer May ask new trial turn to Paga id. Noturno i Anua Flo or aus his Mother in Law with the jurors a it a decl which Kisti Kwi Hun a it 9b Yeai for Tho Gaurdi r of by wife us Ltd wanderer 2k last night was a ported ready to demand a new trial. Wanderer it son said a Ras Rowdy la risk a death verdict again to prove Hie inno Penns to i dead if it a a a Artel. To a a win More than f or to me to the i in i will do uni Atems Afi wont. If Ahr Glinka in a guilty. Ill ask a to w trial. If a die wants Tom hanged in wanderer a Doc Wrd of a laying his g re wife and a r unborn Thuiy to Goth r with an tramp whom he is Ali ged to have paid 11.9 to wage a fake Holdup. The state is h firing to it Rig wanderer to airy log of the tra Tnp. Urge removal of Jap Consul it a ant a alleging that to. A a Lynma. Japanese Consul get Rio ral in a of Angeles is guilty of a a grow breach of diplomatic Privily a Quot m urging defeat a if the prot no wed nil Fornols and alien land ownership amendment Smitdz for i is Movat have been Irwi to Herr tory of state Zolb by the i atm Arv Gric county Anil Najfi talc ammo a Tojo. Says Italy will Compromise Home the Mota crr. Rommy ref tag on the Tai Iii serbian Pigot Batione. Said saturday that Italy i Norfy to Dai Maua. Provided Jug it Lovla aril renounce he Wii Enn de Roann and Croog Nixe the Independence of flume and the Ann ration of Zara Latry a. Cura Oia Atai Loans. To i talk Dane co. Farmers sue cheese firm seek Money for milk delivered to factory near Oregon charging err Rulo Ratiee to Pem Tenn of the a or cd he eras Fly it try near Oreg Ltd i it fart Era suave Bro it in Ault to i re Over Money thu Arjaan the a in Prus a owe them for Tinik suppl us Tance lost Spring. Treo Mony Token a fam get it a or tick i a it Urt Cut a Winlie it of in a in air Emit cd Urt Yeai Arduff after us on. A by i Manhart. Manager of the it it in Pony Ura a jul i toned a to Tom a in Ponya Quoin pm affairs by att Oitay Jomen in key Ney Rren painting tin Fly rent. About 20 Marmeni allege Tiey Loet Money by supplying milk to the diner Facury rather than Lhrig it a it who re. Among funner it it rested Ere h kr1cks�n, William Keenun Frank kill Man. Miller Hannon Anil Kiim pm a Rock t inn Farmer a Erti d it Kerr Ltd drat he to t $400 and other it aim urn of Foo to $400 the Luna Jim to a tarted buit �s>r1ng is a to up native Plant by a a it Al f a Mur living la thu Van not it manager Monhol it we mid. Pm mind to it pay Farmers More for their milk than the Price re a ived at it he in i new rus ahii0� a $3 a Hundred pounds. In a it Jolt t form a a Ert they received ohm cd at Only $.4 i a Hundred pm a in la Many n Siwl to take to a Payr Nenon and Start l Legal proceeding. Tip cd a it so factory need a i average a of i 000 a a Truu of milk a Day a Firre the i War int to the fart Era. But in Procter Ruly closed to in now. Due to ref Moi of a lie fan rms to sell no to the company. A Dii Zeri Formara wire in court Yew Tendoy of Lemoon. William Hahn a been remained Uaen cum i by Marihart i re i a a line Nikon Yuan Day consisted a Billy of que Suo rung a a Guy it Banc Ming the it Rel books. Ii mid he kept no re a Ltd re a of the army unt of Rhow Nunufar toured but introduce a Book of a a transactions. Former charge that Manly to Pur Iii ugly made an in Flor Grade of chafe and do not use nut Kiciuk / in or Clenta tote it use will be font Linued Cau wok. By Carl d. Groat dissolution of the Verej nmn citizen guard in Ulm a big . Is demanded tip a note Rei a Ivy cd by the foreign off Liq Felt it a the Allied Power the note refer up Refl Safiy to that cd tier a guard in Bavaria. No Penola to la Are Mentlo Oad but it a that the All a will a a that the Dow i compiled with. It la Feord that the allies have to mind a to it be occupation of the Stuhr District which a the subject of some dust Mutum at the re i tit confers once at spa. The get Man Prem has not yet Beer informed by the for i Ltd office at the or Rev Fil of this note but it a is Mietzi the text of another note with reference to the curtailment a it of the Germaux air service Agni not which the government Antio uncut its Purifino to pm Toet. the Kinin Hnery or already a been dts Molood in compliance with the treaty of Var mlle but actually it la still to existence and ask it dec Lily Strong in Liavaris. The do a Liverly i of arms from Liavaris so fag have very meagre bavarian generally declaring they never will surrender what they regard their rights Ajao thy have contended always that the i Ruck have a Vunk a a let at the Mentton a it farms in Liavaris possibly having in mind their us ii a a Mirat minist movement. British press firm in n Dot n a though the Frens is Mas night a reported to be morn and quire us jury Over the die con by we a great Britain and France because Ltd of Britain s waiving of her rights to claim German property As a penalty for non pay Muil ref undo Unity the a British pres and Oto Fulci Widom maintained Calm India Fernesa the French Rote of protest has null yet been re a lord but despite its re pc read do Fenile demands the re Are Ady it no sign a of a Retreat Here Frore great Britain s position. The French Cumming nor Spapens i uyt a on the front Page stories reiterating the so Iri it us ii Ltd Ltd of the pow a a a is abandoning the important penal los f or non payment by a Maui and provided in the try my. Tkv a a official at Downing Street intimated the British stand May mean a uti an fill up of tiie stabilization step the general British attitude a req is that the Hie Dan men t of the penalty by Brit unit i definite toward the a Cosnie Tab ii. In of Kuro Pei and i lbs Flat protest against the or Nch economic poll Les which Are considered among Effii Iai and bib not Hadan bar of a Altru Yentai to Kurcz Pean rec a vory and a it Kewai of Honfi a Dan a the Heru h papa a saw to the British declaration the first wedge into the treaty and in k Aiu Irp with King lord s Contention that the ver sat Liaa pact permits Tzuli Vulus freon it Kim of a it Ron. A dispatch from it me said the italian govern mint also is consider tag waiving tur rights to Eisimi Germa property for u n Bayru. At of indent ult. Mount Lassen a gain sputtering Ftp Dino cat. Mount in Tut san Cal-lfonu.4 live , was in erupt the saturday for the second urns Tius week. La he eruption started near Daybreak. The re a a Large column of Blade smoke reaching High in to air Over tie a a rate r. Ernp Fanti a considerably heavy a than the one a or a in i we k. Three killed in Irish ambush Dublin three persons were killed saturday at Oasle i a Aly county Galway when a Pellice waft a Ltd on from ambush of a d Ding to Ltd n i of i reaching Here. Cabbage Routs bold bandits or. I it tar w. D itus Nirri la Quot a a a a a War cd two Bandit with a Well aimed end her a. The boys not of it r 17, Frith hand kerchief Over their faces of most Iod Hilling at the Pointe of to a hand Over it our m in in oru a a a cd built hell out a of by a in Quot failed Billings and the youth fled one Spraw Ungos a cabbage hit i
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