The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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Dlstrlbut# School Funds.
Protlded tha tlistribuiIon of tb*
common school fund is made on
per capita basl* of $2.50 during tha
npit fiscal year there are several conn
ties In the state which will receive
I more money from the school fund
... _ i than they will pay to the state under
1894,0K.88 PAID IN INCOME TAX the 1 1-2 mill levy, according to fig-
BY OKLAHOMANS, WASH- | »rea compiled by State Auditor E. B.
INGTON ntPORTS. Howard.
For the lust six months the school
money was distributed on a per cap-
ita basis of $125 and It Is reasonable
BIG PROJECT PLANNED FOR PRE-
VENTING FLOODS AT OKLA-
OKLAHOMA CITY NEWS EVENTS
What the State Officiate and Depart
menta Are Doing—Items of In-
terest About the State
to believe, Mr. Howard says, that it
will ho $2.50 for the next year.
Under the 1 12 mill levy Recklmm
county will pay $ 16.c65.14 in slato
taxe-!. II has a scholastic population
of 7,320 and will receive $18,300 from
__ the school fund, which Is $434.86 more
than the public school service corpor-
Figures received from Washington ntions of that counfy pay ln slate
corroborate in every detail the Income taxes.
tax statement made by Hubert L. Roger Mills county will pay the state
Bolen, collector of Internal revenue taxes $10,735.21 and writ get hack from
for the district of Oklahoma. the 8chool flinrt $905.46 more than la
In Ilia statement Mr. Bolen made pat,j ]n
the assertion that this state would
Roouovah county, on a valuation 0?
lead the United States in the percent- $s.r>10.9f0 will pay $12.766 36 in siare
age of increase In
UNEP. KEWS OF THE NEW STATE
Little Incidents and Accident* hat Go
Te Veka Up a Week1* History
«f • Great Common
Oklahoma City In response to a
general demand for relief from annual
floods ana const quenl damages, the
Oklahoma county Commissioners are
working on a plan to straighten the
channel of the North Canadian river
PROPER STYLE WHEN
IN CAMP AT FORT SILL
When sending mall to members
of Oklahoma's guard in camp Ht
Fort Sill, danger or error and any
other trouble may be avoided If
the following form of address be
Private, Co M, First Reg.,
0. N. G„
FORT KILL. Okla.
Write the name first, then the
mi.itary rank, the company, troop
or corps, the regiment, the camp
and the posttilllee and there will lie
no trouble whatever. Besides,
| Bin ti correct form will I 0 of great
■ 1 Istatu e to the post olllce depart-
I meat in handling mail
from Oklahoma City to llarrah. The
personal income |’axes all,| w»] ‘KP\ ^ack $24 160 from lenP,,i of the channel is I7ti miles. The
INDIAN LAND CEfL IS CANCELED
distance when straightened, it ts
planned, will he only IS mi es from
Oklahoma City to a pi Int near llarrah.
The project would cost, ii is estimated,
from $2,500,000 to $r..ot*0,000.
The tentative prana ca l for the
straightening of the channel from a
Decision Holds Woman's Property
Worth More Than She Received.
tax collected during the fiscal year ,he 8chooI fundi m. $11.393 64
ending June 30 over the correspond- ,han is paid in slate taxes,
ing pciiod in 1014-15. The increase he These are representative counties
estimated at 250 per c^nt. pointed out by Mr. Howard to show '*"”J"1 ..........' Ardmore Judge Freeman oT the
In a press dispatch from Washing- the general ratio of the apportionment f;om $2'500’000 ,0 *r,-0l'°*0fl0* district court, handing down his de-
ton, New ^ork was given the leading 0f the fund. There are some counties, 'll10 tentative plants ca’I Tor the c»i. ion in the Louisa \Ve h*\ i ;i holds
place in the nation in the matter of in- however, which will not fare so well. straightening <>f the channel from a that the title lo the property is not
come tax increase, with a percentage Oklahoma and Tulsa counties, the two po'nt west of southwest of Okluhotfi valid. It was alleged in this rise that
of 10°- largest in the state so far as wealth is j City to another point west and south- \\- u Thompson purchased from
According to the figures received to-,.onr„rne(], are among them. | west of the city. From the latter Louisa Wesley, a full blood Indian, 130
day, $489,415.08 In personal income tax Oklahoma county will pay $134,738.- point it would take almost a direct a( I08 „f |an,| ju t|1P Hoaldton field,
was collected in this state during the 82 in state taxes and will get $57,568.- eastern course to a point near llarrah. He paid $300 In cash and agreed to
last fiscal year as against $113,000 47 fj-nm the school fund. Tulsa conn- The now channel would prnctica'Iv pay $90 a month for ten years.
during the previous corresponding per- ty wil, pay $90,776.18 and will get back follow the course of the Rock Island
lod, a gain of more than 250 per cent. $10,607.50.
Corporation income tax collected I -
within the state in the last year was) Record Broken at Stock Yards.
$404,600 80 as against $263,000 for the All half-year records for business at
preceding corresponding period, an the Oklahoma National Stockyards
Increase of about 90 per cent, as were broken during the period ending
againsb a gain of 50 per cent on the June 30. It was the greatest six
line east, either on the north or soulii
side, and the plhn might call for the
channel to run pun or the way on
the north si<b* of the tracks and part
on the south side.
I M Moore of this city and George
F. Short of Idabel brought suit to
cancel the deed, alleging insufficient
consideration The court held that
the property was worth $50 0(10 when
it was sold and made an order setting
part of New York.
State Suggests Gasoline Price.
Existence of a conspiracy among
wholesale dealers to force consumers
to pay an “unjust, unlawful, exorbi-
tant and extortionate price” for gaso-
line in Oklahoma is alleged by Attor-
ney General Freeling in a petition
filed with the corporation commission
ln which he requests a sweeping in-
vestigation of the prevailing high
prices of gasoline in Oklahoma.
Seventeen of the largest oil and gas-
oline companies in the state are
named defendants. They are the Mag-
nolia Petroleum Company, Kan-o Tex i
Oil Company, Standard Oil Company
of Indiana, Oklahoma Refining Com-
pany, Miller Oil Company, Texas Oil
Company, National Refining Company,
Hugo Oil Company, Wallace Tram-
mel Oil Company, Gulf Refining Com-
pany, Pierce Oil Company, Lockhart
Oil Company, Prairie Oil Company,
Cudahy Refining Company, Pioneer
Oil Company, McAlester Refining OR
Company and Waters*-Pierce Oil Com-
In addition to forcing up the price
of gasoline the attorney general also
asserts that the companies are guilty
of discrimination by selling gasoline
at a higher rate in one part of the
state than another.
He asks that after an investigation
the commission issue an order requir-
ing the companies to conduct their
business in such manner as will per-
mit the sale of gasoline to consumers
at 17 cents a gallon.
months on record at this
total of 8,950 cars of livesti
received, as against 7,652 last year and
7,047 two years back. During the
first six months of 1911 the total was
4,429. Only cattle and horses and
mules showed a decrease curing the
period this year as against last. Hogs
made the largest gain. Follows tho
If the tentative plans are carried 'he deed aside. In all probability this
out, the river channel would be al- property will yield at least $250,000.
mi«t straight from a point several When proceedings were brought to
miles west of Ok’a^uma City to a cancel the deed tin* court appointed
point perhaps twenty miles east, and Thomas Norman to take charge of
tho fall would he greater, thus fur- money received from the sale of roy-
nishing all the power mat would he ally oil. He was appointed on Novenx-
needod in Oklahoma Ci'y to run all her 8, last year, and he now has about
Horses and Mules .....
Following were the
the month of June:
Horses and mules .....
The Militia Can't Vote.
Members of the Oklahoma National
guard who are on duty on the border
cannot participate in the forthcoming
August primary election or the gen-
eral election if they are on duty out
of the state.
There is no provision in the Okla-
homa election law which entitles them
State Tax Levy Cut to Two Mills.
The state levy for the next fiscal
year was fixed by the state board of
equalization at ! V2 nu ts for state pur-
poses; 14 mill for road purposes and
V\ mill for school purposes, making
a total levy of 2 mills, which is con-
sidered by state officials to be exceed-
The expense of the state government
for the next fiscal year, according to
appropriations, will be $4,207,497.60.
This includes appropriations by the
regular session of the Fifth legisla-
ture. amounting to $3,055,462.81; $500,-
786.03 appropriated by the extra ses-
sion last January and an additional 20
per cent which is made up by the state
machinery for many years to ronie.
[ The principal cause for agitation in
favor of thp project is to eliminate the
annual Hoods and damage that always
fol'ow in the bottoms.
I Damage annually from North Cana-
dian floods run into the thousands,
and there is no prospect -of relief un-
less the river channel is changed so
I the immense volume of water can be
carried away faster. It now takes
from three to four days for water to
run from Oklahoma City ro llarrah.
If the new channel is cut, the water
would run to Harrah in a few hours.
1 To carry out such a project, it would
$21,000 in rash which belongs to tlie
owner of the land.
The government has been interested
in the suit, and I). H. Llnebaugh,
I nitial States district attorney, lias a
suit pending in the federal court at
Muskogee for the cancellation cf tho
Jitneys Knocked Out In Muskogee.
Muskogee. For tTie first time in
nearly two years no jitneys were in
operation on Muskogee streets Sun-
day. They di ■continued service pond-
ing steps which their attorney, Sam
V O’Hare, probably will take in the
be necessary first to srganize a drain- courts. District Judge Watts granted
age ditch district, including all terri- the jitney men an injunction enjoin-
torv affected. The owners of land ad-
joining the stream would have to pay
for carrying out the proposition.
Bonds would be issued.
NORMALS ARE LARGELY ATTENDED
ing the city from enforcing the clause
of a recently passed ordinance which
provided that eacli jitney operator
should pay an occupation tax of $25 a
month. Mayor Wyand admits lie is
endeavoring to suppress tho jitneys.
Statement Issued Shows Total in Ten
Barrett and Scott Dropped.
Fort Sill.—Army medical examiners
are cutting deeply into the Oklahoma
national guard. Some companies are
Oklahoma City. -Enrollment in the suffering aloes as high as 20 per cent,
summer normal schwdts or Oklahoma through rejections made by the physi-
is now the largest of any time in the chins. The field staff suffered lieav-
history of the state's educational r.ys j]y when Major Charles Barrett com-
bo*',d 0 talce. care 01 delinquent taxes, tem, according to a statement issued mandor of the First batallion, and Ma-
The levy will produce on the present by state Superintendent Wilson. K jor Winfield Scott of the Third batal-
valuation of property a total of $1,840,- si10vvs a total of 8.337 students en- ion were refused active service in the
000, the remainder necessary to run ro]]t>d and doing work in the ten state field because of physical defects,
the government coming from sources normal schools as follows: Plucking of Major Barrett and Major
Central state Normal ..............2,24' Scott cause* two vacancies for the
Southwestern State Normal ......... 9X0 governor to fill
other than direct taxation.
Many Changes of State Officials.
Samuel L. Morley became warden
of the state penitentiary July 1. suc-
to vote while out of the state, accord- ceeding R. W. Dick, who has held that
ing to Gov. Williams. There is a law position since statehood,
providing that absent voters may vote Since the beginning of the Williams
in any precinct in the state but this administration Mr. Morley has been
does not apply to those outside the secretary of the state board of affairs.
South western State Normal .........94.
Fast Central State Normal ......... 90?
Oklahoma University ..... 90'.’
Northeastern State Normal ......... x:’s
Northwestern State Normal ........ S2^
Northwestern State Normal ........ 6K
I A. c M. Oolleire ..... 5’>7
Eastern University Prep............1,19:;
University Preparatory ............. 11"
He will be succeeded there by A. N.
Leecraft, who has been secretary to
To Examine Chiropractors.
Chiropractors who are practicing the governor. Art Walker of Waurika,
their profession in Oklahoma are vio- former K'a'e °>' conservation officer
lating the state medical law unless ant* Pr'va,e secretary to Speaker A.
they have passed the examination pre- rnrF nf "ie House of representa-
scribed by the state hoard of medical lives of the Fifth legislature, succeeds
examiners, according to an opinion Leecraft.
from Attorney General Frogling to W. Ancel Earp, former chief clerk to
8. Salmon of Oklahoma City. There ,ho governor, becomes acting adjutant
are several hundred chiropractors in general of the national guard, and
Oklahoma who are likely to be affect- -'-liss Jeanette Collar, who has been
ed by the ruling, provided it is eventu- a stenographer in the office of the
ally sustained by the courts. At pres- , governor becomes chief clerk to the
ent there is no board of examiners for executive.
Don Lawhead Dead.
Don B. Lawhead, Sr., secretary of
Governor Williams issued a procla- the state board of agriculture, died of
mation offering $400 reward for the apoplexy at his home in Oklahoma
apprehension, dead or alive, of Die city. Mr. Lawhead was reading when
negroes who criminally assaulted Mra; stricken and he died -before a doctor
Sarah Price and her daughter at their cou’d reach him.
home at Bixby, near Tulsa, on July 5.
Faces Murder Charge.
Tulsa.—Arrested on a charge of
murdering Clarence Roddie. 16 years
old, Ike Kincannon, a farmer living
near Bixby, was placed in the county
Officers Compelled To Dance.
Tulsa.— Booze haulers transporting
intoxicants from Joplin. Mo., to Tulsa
in two automobiles, held up and dis-
armed Sheriff James Woolley of Tulsa
county, Undersheriff Carl Lewis, Sher-
iff J. H. Powell of Chautauqua county,
THE EUROPEAN WAR A
YEAR AGO THIS WEEK
July 10, 1915.
Germans checked by French
north of Arras and by Belgians on
Russians delivered smashing
blow against Austrians in southern
British, Norwegian and Italian
steamers sunk by German subma
Unsatisfactory reply to U. S.
note on Lusitania received from
July 11, 1915.
Great artillery activity on west
Arras and Reims shelled by Ger-
Bombs dropped on Venice by
Russians occupied positions on
heights of right bank of River Ur-
July 12, 1915.
Germans took 2tj miles of Rus-
sian trenches near Suwalki.
Austrians repulsed Montenegrins
on Herzegovina border.
Austrians made desperate efforts
to get through the Carnlc Alps Into
Allies advanced In Gallipoli.
July 13, 1915.
German crown prince’s army
thrown back by French at the Ar-
Austrians in Lublin region re-
treated toward Galician border.
Austrian attempt to Invade Italy
at Kreuzberg defeated with heavy
Russians bested Turks In bat-
tles in Armenia and Transcaucasia.
French aeroplane squadrons bom-
barded German railway and sup-
July 14, 1915.
Germans made considerable ad-
vance in the Argonne.
New German defensive devek
oped in direction of Riga.
Italians took two forts south of
Goritz and trenches In Carnlc
July 15, 1915.
Germans held gains In the Ar-
gonne against counter-attacks.
Germans renewed drive on War-
saw and took Przasnysz.
Austria issued Red Book accus-
ing allies of cruelty, etc.
Welsh coal miners struck.
Germany formally expressed re-
gret for torpedoing of American
July 16, 1915.
French drove back Germans In
Hindenburg and Mackensen ad-
vanced on Warsaw.
Austrians crossed the Dniester
and advanced on Bessarabia.
Heavy artillery fighting in Car-
German submarine U-51 sunk In
Black sea by Russian warship.
French aeroplanes bombarded
military station at Chauny.
MULCH SMOTHERS OUT WEEDS
Frequently Meana Difference Be-
tween Plenty of Berrlea and None
at All From Raapberry.
Ofttlmea a good mulch meana the
difference between plenty of berries
and none at all from the raspberries
and blackberries, it pays to mulch
both for the auko of conserving mois-
ture and the destruction of weeds.
Tho briers should bo well mulched dur-
ing tho spring and summer up till the
fruit matures. After that the mulch
may bo removed, since wo desiro a
well-ripened lot of runes for tho next
seasons crop. If tho mulch is of
straw it should ho raked out and
hauled away. If tho dust mulch has
been used cultivation should ceaso as
soon as tho new shoots havo reached
the proper height.
It Is practically impossible of lato
years to produce marketable fruit
without some good mulch, either of
dust or straw. The straw smothers
out tho weeds and grass, thus giving
tho berries a chance.
Tho dust mulch Is tho moro practi-
cal of tho two systems. Tho dust
mulch can bo quickly prepared after
each shower. It alk>ws tho evapora-
tion of ail surplus moisture in times
of two much rnlnfall. It can be the
moro easily done away with at the
end of tho growing season, and gives
tho better chance to apply fertilizers
in tho shape of compost or commer-
cial brands. The fertilizer is easily
worked into the boII, and is thus the
more easily assimilated by the plant.
Tho straw mulch once applied must
be kept up, slnco It forces the feeding
roots to the surface. When removed,
as It should be each fall, they are left
exposed to tho sun.
CONTROL OF CURRANT WORMS
Usual Trouble Is That Insects Are Not
Discovered Until They Are Near-
ly Full Grown.
The usual difficulty ln controlling
currant worms is that they are not
discovered until they have been work-
ing for some time and have attained
nearly full size, when they are hard
to kill. Tho method of control rec-
ommended by tho Now York State
School of Agriculture, at Alfred, N. Y.,
is to spray the bushes thoroughly
with arsenato of lead and water dur-
ing the first warm days in May, be-
ing careful to see that all the lower
branches are covered with the poison,
as this is where the young worms be-
gin to work. Repeat tho spray in
about two weeks and again ln one
week if necessary. If spraying has
been neglected and the worms appear
about picking time, dust the leaves
thoroughly with fresh white hellebore.
This will loso its strength after a few
hours' exposure to the air and will
not poison those who eat the fruit.
SLEEVE CHUTE FOR PICKING
Short Period of Mourning.
Two worthy followers of the royal
and ancient game of golf were ln the
habit of daily playing together. In
Fruit Grasped by Hand Slides Down
Cloth Tube Into Bag—Much
Time Saved to Picker.
Attached to the wrist of the opera-
tor is a sleeve. Fruit grasped by tha
hand slides down the cloth tube and
into the bag. The fruit-picker’s other
hand is thus left free to grasp a lad-
the course of time one lost his wife,
Kansas, and Wilburn Wooley, son of aIlcj ou hearing the sad news his
flip 1 ulsa county sheriff, when the friend of tho links paid on tho follow-
party of officers attempted lo arre t
them three miles south of Turley.
The officers after being disarmed wen*
jail here following the verdict of the made lo dance by tho booze haulers,
i coroner’s jury, which declared that sat in their automobiles and laughed,
the boy was killed by Kincannon. Mrs. | -----
chiropractors in Oklahoma.
Reward For Rapists.
Kincannon ah o was shot by her hus-
band and may die. She was sitting in
a tent with her mother and the boy
when Kincannon opened fire without
warning. The boy was riddled wit.fi
Bond Holders Get Property.
Fort Smith, Ark.—Coal property,
which, in its palmy trays produced
nearly 1.600 tons a day in three mines
in Arkansas and Oklahoma, passed
into the hands of bond holders Friday
when the Fidelity Trust Company of
Kansas City bid in tho property of die
ing morning a call to express his sin-
cere sympathy. Condolence having
been declared, second uuture manl-
iest ed itself.
"You'll no' be gowfin' the day?"
There was a pause ere the answer
"VVeel, I'll Jist tak’ ma clock an'
we ll play yin or twa holes. Anyway,
she deed yesterday."
Picker’s Sleeve Chute.
der, tree-branch, or other support.
! Much time is thus saved over the older
method of holding a pail or basket
with one hand and dropping picked
fruit into with the other.—Popular Me-
WALNUT IS QUITE VALUABLE
The reward was offered on application had been secretary of the board of
The Hadicys in the Pen.
McAlester—Paul and Ida Harley Bolan Darnall Coal Company at ro-
tvere received at the state peniten- ceiver’s sale. The Company’s prop-
tiary. Hadley was rec°ntlv convicted ert.ies are at McAlester and Prague,
at Muskogee of the murder of Sheriff At one time the Bolan Darnall Com
Jake Giles of Beaumont, Texas, and pany was one of the .argest coal pro*
Mr. Lawhead was 48 years old ^nd sentenced to life imprisonment. His ducers in Oklahoma.
of a number of people of Bixby. who
telegraphed the governor requesting
state aid in the apprehension of the
negroes. The proclamation contains
agriculture for eighteen months. Pre-
viously, he was chief clerk in the
game warden’s office. He began his
career as a newspaper man and had
a proviso that no public officer of the j,een editor of the Geary Bulletin, the__o____^
city or county where the crime was Anadarko American and the Watonga tence for attempting to break jail ser-
committed can collect the reward. Herald
wife, Ida Hadley, was acquitted of--
the murder charge on the grounds that Confederate Reunion,
she was insane at the time she fired Oklahoma City.—Plans for the state
the bullet into GBps’ brain and in- reunion of confederate veterans were
stantly extinguished his life, but plead discussed at a meeting of David H.
ed guilty and drew a ten years’ sen- Hammon camp last week. The re-
I eral weeks ago.
Swat The Ticks. Decision in Osage Case.
Some reasons why the federal de- After hearing arguments in the case
partment of agriculture is making of Ben F. Whitehill against State Aud- j
such an aggressive campaign on the ltor E. B. Howard to recover money 1
cattle tick were given by Dr. W. L. paid as gross production tax on oil
Hiatt, who has charge of the work in from Osage Indian 1and3, Judge Old-
the Oklahoma district. According to field rendered judgment in favor of
figures given by Dr Hiatt, the annua' the state auditor. The court did not
loss to the United Stares is from attempt to pass upon the validity of
$40,000,000 to $100,000,000. This rep- the gross production tax law. The
resents only the actual monetary loss, case will be appealed to the state su-
and the greater drawback, that of preme court and possibly to the su-
keeping the tick-infested districts from preme court of the United States. Both
developing a high grade of cattle, the state and the oil interests are
tannot be estimated, Dr. Hiatt says.; anxious for a final adjudication.
County Treasurer Arrested.
Coalgate.—M. A. Steelman, who un-
til last week was county treasurer of
union will be held at Durant. August
9, 10 and 11. Hundreds will attend.
Federal Train Coming Here.
Oklahoma City.—The government
“Safety First” special train, carrying
a quarter of a mile of exhibits illus-
Coal county, has been arrested and trating life and property saving activ-
placed in the county jail. Steelman itles of Uncle Sam, will make stops
13 charged with having misappropri- in this state as follows:
ated $1,200 of funds belonging to the Friday, July 14. Bartlesville; Satur-
county. Shortly before his arrest day, July 15, Tulsa; Monday land
S’eelman tendered his resignation to Tuesday. July 17 and 18, Oklahoma
the county commissioners and it was City; Wednesday, Jutv 19, Shawnee;
accep,rd. Homer Hammonds, assist- Thursday, July 20. Ada; Friday, July
•>nt state pxaminer. and S E. Swiney, 21. McAlester; Saturday. July 22. Mus-
dbputy state examiner, are now In kogee; Monday, July 24, Vinita. The
charge of the treasurer’s office. [train then leaves the state.
Happiness Away From Home.
My little nephew was making a long
visit to his grandmother's and while
there he had no desire to go oftt. One
day his grandmother said, “Walter,
why don’t you go out and play?" When
at his own home it was Just the re-
verse—his mother could not keep him
Returning home after his long visit
to hiB grandmother, 1 said, “Walter,
Old Tree, Blown Down and Burled in
Alluvial Sands, Is Dug Up and
Sold for $1,500.
A good idea of the increase in value
of the wood products of our farm
wood lots is Bhown in the fact that au
old walnut tree that had been blown
down aud buried in the alluvial sands
along one of the western rivers
I guess you a?re glad to come home to brousht oyer ^*J®®
He replied. ”1 don't know. Grand-
ma wants me to go out and see the
world and you don*t.”—Chicago Trib-
though it had to be hauled a consid-
erable distance to the nearest railroad
after being sawed into logs.
A Nice Man.
'My goodness! I would never have
•nqiposed you could be the mother of
*ueh a big girl. You must have been
xiajried very young."
' What a nice man that Mr. Wedge-
wood is,” she said to her husband
ifter the visitor had departed.
Applying a Spray.
The spray should be applied by a
sweeping or stroking motion of the
rod beginning at the ends of the limbs
and following down toward the trunk
with the spray directed in and down.
This will insure the trunk and cen-
ter of the tree being well covered by
the time the outside and top are fin-
Sentry—Halt, who goes there?
Sentry—Pass, friend. All's well.
Rustic—Thanks, Blr. I'm sorry to
ave woke 'ee, sir!”—Punch.
Vital Point in Grafting.
One vital point in grafting should
be well 1n mini before a single cut
is made, and that is, that the grafts
should be set in the parts of the trees
where they will grow most vigorously.
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