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Foe BRITAIN’S REPLY
such ills hh Poor Appetite,
Nauaeu, Heartburn, IndigoM-
tion Dyn])epHia, BiliouHncsa
und Constipation. You can
conquer and fortify the
system against such foes
by the timely use o f
H O STETTER ’S
Bi Sun You Get the Genuine
Short-Winded but Speedy.
"A dollar doeau'l go un fur u s It used
"You »«try frequently sacrifie« en
durance to speed," replied the engi
"You must remember that a dollar
goes much faster than It used to."—
NEW HOTEL HOUSTON
!>•*• Houiton. Prop.
M. li. Thorsnss, Mirr.
Thoroughly modern. 101 Koom« o f comfort. Mod-
e»sts I’ rirss. Ttuss minu'm walk ftom Union
Writ# for n tM. 72 H Vsé k. fOÄTUNÜ Uft
Tobacco Habit Cured
Not only to u iw , of pipo end r e i n , bat tho
tlrlwir rlenrott. habit la ovarcoma by usine tho
"N IT a iT K " trostnianf. Prie, .unipl.tr*. puatneo
paid. II.(u. l-.u. Iiavla |>rue Co.. M and Yam*
kill. Purtlsmi, Or. IWhan writins manUon Una
"When the British attaeked Wash
ington In 1813 all the congressmen
had to leave the city. Of course, they
came back later."
"Did they collect mileage both
waya?" eagerly Inquired the congress
man addressed.-Iroulsvlllo Courier-
"Wlinmnn ain't got no sense of the
"You kuow that bulldog I got my
"She wants to name It Ftfl."— Kan
sas City Journal.
“ Yes.” said Mr. Orowcher. “ 1 In
tend to keep up the Idea of Santa
Claus In my family as long as possi
"I don't wnnl the children to blame
me when they don't get just the pres
ents they were looking for.”— Wash
"Your prices are higher than those
“ We dress our own beef, mum," said
the butcher by way of explanation.
"Dress your own beef, eh? .Well,
you must think you're the Itedfern of
the trade.”— Louisville Courier Jour
Clinton— Did you get In without
your wife hearing you last night?
Clublclgh—No, nor without my hear
ing her, either.—Boston Transcript.
Quick Relief When
Utterly Worn Out
Getting the Blood in Order
k Required By Most
I f yen think you h ir e gone to smash s o d
lit usly for th* discard, try R. 8. 8. for ths
It w ill aurprli* you to know what
ran bo doao for health ones ths blood Is
rtloasod o f tho excess o f body waste« that
keep It from exercising Its full measure o f
I f you fool playod out, go to any drug
stors and ask for a bottle o f Hi 8. 8. Iters
Is a remedy that gets at work In a twlnk-
lin t; It Just naturally rushes right ints
your blood, scatter* germ« right and left,
up and down and sideways.
You fool bettor at once, not from a stint-
nlant, not from the action o f drugs, but
from th « rational effect o f a natural medi
Tbs Ingredients In 8. 8. 8. serve ths
active purpose o f so stimulating ths cellular
ties,is■ o f ths body thst they pick out from
ths blood their own essential nutriment and
thus repair work begins at once. The relief
U general all oeer the system.
!>• not neglect to get a bottle o f 8. 8. 8.
today. It w ill make you feel better In Just
a few minutes. It Is prepared only In ths
laboratory of The S w ift Speclfle Co., 5.10
Rwlft Bldg.. Atlanta, Os.
Rend fo r their
fre * hook lo g in « o f the many strangs con.
dltloaa that afflict the human fa m llf h j
reaaos o f Impoverished blood.
V. N. U.
Outline of Answer to American
Note Sent to France.
Italy and Allied N ation» Thought
to Have Agreed -Herm ann
Ixindon—The British government’s
reply to the American note concerning
contraband probably will be aent be
fore the end o f this week.
thought the answer will be friendly.
An outline o f the reply has been sub
mitted to France, which in greatly in
terested because o f the activity of the
French ships in searching Mediterra
A statement probably will be issued
shortly, showing thst Italy has arrived
at an understanding with England and
the other allies concerning contraband
satisfactory to all the countries affect
It can tie stated authoritatively that
only five cargoes destined for Italy
have been stopped » t Gibraltar since
November 16. Two o f these were re
leased within three days and the others
os soon'oa the alleged contraband could
Since December 4 no cargoes for
Italy’ .have been intercepted by the
Rubber cargoes destined for Ameri
can Arms and held in English ports
probably will be released soon or pur
chased by Great Britain, which needs
rubber for msnuafeture o f tires, bed
blankets and boots.
Constant negotiations are in prog
ress between the allies and the neutral
countries situated near Germany look
ing to a tightening of the export regu
lations which will prevent American
shipments from reaching Germany and
Austria through neighboring countries
other than Italy.
A loosening o f the regulations apply
ing to American cargoes, it is said by
British officials, will depend largely on
the assurances received from neutral
countries that they will not assist in
supplying Germany, Turkey and Aus
tria with munitions of war.
Generals Scott and Villa
to Meet on Boundary Line
Washington, D. C.— Brigadier Gen
eral Scott, chief of staff of the United
States, and General Villa, commander-
in-chief of the forces o f the Gutierres
government in Mexico, have arranged
to confer on the international bridge
at El Faso, with a view to arriving at
on understanding that will perma
nently prevent further Aring into
American territory by Mexican fac-.
tfons fighting along the international
General Villa is on his way north,
and the conference will be held imme
diately upon the arrival of the Mexi
General Scott has been st Nsco for
two weeks trying to bring about an
torena, commanding the
force attacking the Mexican town of
that name, and General Hill, o f the
H ill agreed to
withdraw to Augua Prieta, but May-
teorena has postponed entering into
any final agreement, awaiting, it is
said, the arrival o f General Cabral,
who is on his way north with 8000
men to take charge o f the situation.
Land Slides May Halt
Panama Canal Naval fete
Washington, D. C.—The possibility
o f a postponement of the cruise o f the
Hoods to San Francisco through the
Panama canal, in connection with the
opening of the canal and the exposi
tion, was suggested Tuesday in the
course of a conference between Secre
tary Garrison and Colonel Goethals,
governor of the canal.
Though the great earth slides st
Cucaraha have apparently been con
quered, according to Colonel Goethals’
report, the earth movements continue
in the neighborhood of Gold Hill. At
that point the superincumbent masses
o f earth on the side o f the canal, by
their great pressure, are continuously
forcing rock and soil in great quanti
ties into the canal prism.
ment is sufficiently extensively to re
quire the continuous employment of
dredges to maintain the channel.
New York 1» Wealthiest
New York— The wealthiest land-
owner in the limits of the municipal
jurisdiction, according to a report to
Controller Prendergaat, is the City of
New York. The assessed valuation of
the city’s holdings is (1,447,647,869,
o f which (1,429,491,360 is within the
Compared with the fig
ures o f 1913, the value o f the proper
ties shows an increase o f t (71,104,689.
The increase in land values reaches
the large figure o f (41,689,078. while
in the value of buildings and other im
provements, it totals (29,263,632.
Danger In Overcrowded Cars.
Portland—Wheat offerings by farrn-
ars havs ceased. Prices hare ad
vanced so rapidly In the past week
that sellers havs withdrawn from the
market. Extreme bids put out yes
terday, denoting the urgency of the
demand, failed to have effect on hold
ers. One large firm of buyers, which
has been taking In an average of 36
cars a day, has, since Christmas, been
unable to secure more than one car a
At the Merchants’ Exchange session
yesterday bid prices were raised, but
this failed to bring out more than two
lots of wheat. Five thousand bushels
of January club were sold at (1.28tt,
an advance of 1'A cents over Monday,
and 6000 bushels of January red ltus-
slan were sold at (1.23, the same price
as bid on the preceding day. A 6000-
bushel lot of spot club was sold on the
curb at (1.29. This Is the highest
price so far paid for this kind of wheat
In the local market, but a half cent
better wa* paid In the country the day
Offers for bluestem on the Ex
change were up 2 cents for early de
livery, (1.30 being bid. March blue-
stem was wanted at (1.33. For spot
forty-fold (1.29Vi was bid, against
(1.27 on Monday. Red wheat was held
st about the previous day's prices.
The closing days of this year are
brlnglug more activity In the hop mar
ket. Qrowers are making no effort
to sell and this Is holding prices
steady at the old level.
Beer sales In the United States for
the month of October, 1914, were 5,-
686,640 barrels, as against 6,456,803
barrels for October, 1913.
Wheat— Bid: Bluestem. (1.80; forty-
fold, (1.29H; club. $1.28*4; red Rus
sian. (1.22; red fife. (1.24*4.
Mlllfeed—Spot prices: Bran. (2 6 0
28.50 per ton; shorts, ( 2 8 0 2 8 .60; roll
ed barley, (29030.
Corn—White, (36 per ton; cracked,
(27 per ton.
Hay—Eastern Oregon timothy, (14
016: grain hay, (10011; alfalfa, (13
013.60; Valley timothy. (11012.
Vegetables— Cucumbers, hothouse,
(1.7602 dozen; eggplant. 8010c per
pound; peppers, 8010c per pound; ar
tichokes, 76 0 86c per dozen; tomatoes,
(101.25 per crate; cabbage, l*401*4c
per pound; beans, 1214c per pound:
celery, (3 per crate; cauliflower, (1 0
1.26 per dozen: sprouts, 8c per pound;
head lettuce, (1.76 0 2 per crate, pump
kins, l*4c per pound; squash. 1 Vic per
Green Fruits— Apples. 6Oc0(1.6O
per box; casabas, (1.6501.76 per crate
pears, $101.60; grapes, $3.50 03.75
per barrel; cranberries, (9011 per
Potatoes—Oregon, (1 per sack; Ida
ho, (101.15; Yakima. (1; sweet pota
toes, 2*4c per pound.
Onions— Oregon, buying price, (1.25
f. o. b. shipping point
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, (1.26 per
sack; beets, (1.25 per sack; parsnips.
(1.25 per sack.
Eggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, case
count 35 0 38c; candled, 37*4©40c;>
storage. 36 030c.
Poultry— Hens, 12012*4c; turkeys,
dressed. 21 022c; live, 17018c; ducks,
11014c; geese, 10011c.
Butter— Creamery, prints, extras.
34Vic per pound In case lots; H e more
In less than case lot; cubes, 30c.
Cattle— Prime steers, (7.5008.00;
choice, (8.60 0 7 ; medium, (6.25 06.50;
choice cows, (6.00 0 6.85; medium, 85
0 6 ; heifers, (5 06.50; calves. (6 0 3 ;
bulls. (3.50 04.75; slags. 4.5006.
Hogs— Light, (6.8007.36; heavy, (6
Sheep— Wethers, (5.25 0 6;
(4.25 06.70; lambs. (6.25 07.35.
Seattle— Eggs, select ranch, 38039c
Poultry—L ive hens, 10014c per
pound; 1914 broilers, 11c per pound;
ducklings. 12013c per pound; geese.
10c per pound; guinea fowl, (6 per
dozen; turkeys, live, 18c per pound;
do. dressed. 21022c per pound.
Dressed pork— 7©8c per pound.
Dressed veal— Small, 12*4c per lb.;
large, 7012c per pound.
Beef— Prime beef steers. 12\12*4c
per pound, cows, 11 *4012c per pound;
heifers, 12c per pound.
Hogs—Whole, packing house. 8*4©
10c per pound.
Spring lamb— 13013*4o per pound.
Mutton— lO01OV4c per pound.
Vegetables— Artichokes 85c © (1
per dozen; bell peppers. California.
7©8c per pound: beets, new. $101.25
per sack, cabbage, local. (1.2501.50
per 100 pounds; red l% c per pound;
celery, 60 075c per dozen; carrots,
washed, (1.25 per sack; cucumbers,
hothouse. (1.76 0 2 per dozen: horse
radish. 12*4c per pound; lettuce, local,
leaf, 40 050c per crate; California,
head, (1.6001.75 per crate; onions,
green, 25030c per dozen; California,
yellow, (1.25 01.50 per cwt; Imported
Spanish, (2.50 per crate; Oregon. (1.75
per cwt; local, (101.25 per cwt: par
sley, 30c per dozen: potatoes. White
Rivers, car lots. (13015 per ton;
Oems, car lots. (15017 per ton; Bur
banks, (17018 per ton; store prices,
$203 per ton additional; sweets,
(2.2502.50 per cwt; rutabagas. Yaki
ma. (1.25 per sack; sprouts. Brussels,
708c per pound, squash, local, 202*4c
per pound; turnips. Yakima. (1.25 per
cwt; local, white. (101.26 per cwt;
Alaska, yellow, $1.76 per cwt.
Health Commissioner Ooldwater’s
fight for the straphanger In New York
Is of vital Interest to those who travel
about In all large cities. "The wilful
crowding of cars,” says the commis
sioner, “ Is a serious offense against
public health and safety. It can be
readily demonstrated that throat af
fectlons, tuberculosis and like disease
are transmitted from person to per
son under the conditions that exist In
subway and other passenger cars."
Heretofore the fight against over
crowding In the cars has usually been
waged on the score of discomfort. If
It Is now to be carried on as a health !
campaign, to safeguard the people'
against Infection and contagion. It w ill,
probably be effective.—Jersey City
"L et me see.” said the young man,
thoughtfully, ‘T v e got to buy some
flowers, some confectionery and some
theater tickets, and----- "
“ Doing mental arithmetic,” inquired
the man at the next desk.
Sentimental arithmetic.” —
f That W eak B a ck
accom panied by pain h ere o r
i M p l M U M w - m y ba fa in t xpalla— o r ap
- a l i a r e u g n a la o f
dlatraaa fo r a w om an.
8 h * m ay ba g r o w in g fr o m g irlh o o d in to
womanhood— paaaing fro m wom
w om anhood t to
o m otherhood—
oth erh ood— o r la te r
Buffering from th a t ch o n g a in to m idd le U fa w hich laavaa aom any
wracka o f w om en. A t any o r a ll o f th es e parioda o f a w om an'a U fa
aha should take a tonic and riareina prescrib ed fo r ju at such eases
b y a physician o f v a c t e x p e r ie n c e In th e d is ea se « o f w om an.
has su ccessfu lly tre a ted m ore cases hi p ast fo r t y y e a rs than a n y o th e r kn ow s :
can now ba bad in su gar-coated , ta b le t fo rm an w e ll a * la th e liquid. Sold b y
d ealers o r tria l box b y m ail on r e c e ip t o f 60 ce n ts In stamps.
M l*« Elisabeth Ixrrdahl o f Berkeley, Cab. In a recent letter to Dr. F t « * « « aakh *T i
broken down in health, I was aching and had p am aallorerm r body sad was ao nervous thai
• talked to me. bur 1 bad the sood fortune In meet a nurse who hod been cured by I
uon. 1 bare never bad an or casino to consul t a physician «inn« am In <
Dad's Bank Roll.
W illie— Paw. what is a willowy
"I would I were m bird,” she
“ I would you were," said her hus
Paw—A skinny girl who has a band. "You could go couth for th*
IF YOUR CHILD 18 CROSS.
my son.—Cincinnati winter without its costing me any
If tongue Is coated,
cleans« little Rowels with "Cali
Influenza. P inkeye,
fornia Syrup of Figs.”
E pizootic, D istem
and thruat dis
Mothers can rest easy after giving
cured, and all others, no m a tter how "expooad ," kept from
"California 8yrup of Figs," because In
h avin g an y o f these diseases with S P O H N 'S L IQ U ID D IS
a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
T E M P E R C U R E . T h re e to six dosea often c u r« a case, o n «
frO-cent bottle gu aranteed to do eo.
Beat thing fo r brood
sour bile and fermenting food gently
m ares: acta o r the blood, to cents a bottle. $& dozen bottle*.
moves out of the bowels, and you have
D ru ggist* and harness shops or m anufacturers sell It. A g e n ts
a well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless “ fruit laxative.”
Millions of mothers keep It bandy be
cause they know Its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels Is prompt
END STOMACH TROUBLE,
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
A convertible watch recently de
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of “ California Syrup of Figs,”
“ Pape's Diapepsin” makes Sick, Sour,
which contains directions for babies, set of interchangeable attachments
Gassy Stomachs surely feel fins
children of all ages and for grown-ups.
In five minutee.
to »even, so far as styles of wearing
If what you just ate is souring or
tachments It may be worn as a brace
"You treated the accusations with let watch, as a moire, silk-elastic, or your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest or you belch
silent contempt, of course?"
leather-wristlet watch, as a silk or gas. and eructate sour, undigested
chainsautoir watch or as a chatelaine food, or have a feeling of dizziness,
“ And then with haughty indiffer brooch watch.—Popular Mechanics
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste
In mouth and stomach-headache, you
can get blessed relief in five minutes.
"Then you laughed them to scorn?”
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regu Put an end to stomach trouble forever
"And finally repelled them with just late and invigorate stomach, liver and by getting a large fifty-cent cose of
boweis. Sugar-coated, tiny granules. Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.
You realize in five minutes how need
Easy to take as candy.
less it is to suffer from lnd gestloR,
"Then you’d better see a good crim
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.
inal lawyer next."— Philadelphia Led-
It's the quickest, surest stomach doc
"You’re not 'urrying to work this tor in the world. It's wonderful.
" I ’m not th at"
Not in This War.
“ S'pose a duke like you don’t mind
"What are you reading about?”
losing arf an ’our.”
“ The ruins of PompelL”
“ Look 'ere. Bill, our timekeeper's
"When was It bombarded?” — Lout*-
have many friends who use them »• - genera' daughter was married yesterday and villa Courier-Journal.
tonic end for Kidney trouble. P-1--
ner box. I tell you if 'e's there to time this
morn’ 'e’s no father's 'eart.”— Tid-Bits.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.,ckfnusa- Goshen, In i
6 boxes for 11.00.
For sole by L sue- Davis Drug
Co. 9d end Yamhill Sts.. Portland. Ora.
“ Her husband never leaves the
house without her knowing 1L”
“ How does she manage It?”
“ Dick,” said his wife, as she poured
"She buys him neckties that he
can't possibly tie without her assist the breakfast coffee, “ did you get any
mail this morning?”
ance.”— Washington Star.
"Nothing but papers.”
“ Did you post that letter I gave you
HOW TO HEAL SKIN
AND SCALP TROUBLES "Certainly."
“ Strange you haven’t received i t It
A Baltimore doctor suggests this
simple, but reliable and Inexpensive, was addressed to you.”— Philadelphia
home treatment for people suffering Public Ledger.
with eczema, ringworm, rashes, and
simifar Itching skin troubles.
At any reliable druggist's get a jar
Tommy Figgjam— Paw, doesn’t “re
of Reslnol Ointment and a cake of verse” mean to “ back?”
Reslnol Soap. With the Resinol Soap
Paw Figgjam— Surely.
and warm water bathe the affected
Tommy Figgjam— Then, what did
parts thoroughly, until they are free
from crusts and the skin is softened. Uncle BUI mean when he said that he
Dry very gently, spread on a thin layer busted up in business because he had
of the Reslnol Ointment, and cover too many reverses and not enough
with a light bandage. This should be backing it?— Chicago Post.
done twice a day. Usually the dis
More candidates for charity at
tressing itching and burning stops
with the first treatment, and the skin home. The pickpockets report that
soon becomes clear and healthy again. they are suffering because so many
wallets are flat.
Miss Hobbs— I saw your wife yes
Mr. Bobbs— Did you? What did she
have to say?
Miss Hobbs— Oh, nothing!
Mr. Bobbs—That wasn't my wife.—
10 CENT “ CASCARETS”
FOR LIVER AND BOWEL8
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation,
Biliousness. Sour Stomach, Bad
No odds how bad your liver, stom
ach or bowels; how much your head
aches, how miserable you are from
constipation, indigestion, biliousness
and sluggish bowels—you always get
relief with Cascarets. They imme
diately cleanse and regulate the stom
ach, remove the sour, fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry off the con
stipated waste matter and poison from
the intestines and bowels. A 10-cent
box from your druggist will keep youf
liver and bowels clean; stomach sweet
and head clear for months. They work
while you sleep.
"So you are going to be married.
"Yes. ma'am, and I’ll be leaving you
“ Well. I hope you are getting a good
" If he ain't better than the one
you've got I won’t keep him long.”—
Detroit Free Press.
D R U G G IS T W IL L T E L L T O O
Try Marine Eye Remedy tor Red, Weak. Watery
E ye« and Granulated E yelid»; No Smarting—
uA-Eye Comfort. W rite for Book o f kbe Eye
>y mail rr«e - Marine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Persona suffer more from inexperienced 1
fitting than from hernia. Why not bay
trainee from experts? Try Laue-Davis Drag Co.
at Id and Yamhill Portland. Ola- who a t « ex
pert. and know how.
Scene: English Training Camp.
Zealous Sentry—Afraid I can’t let
you go by without the password, sir!
Irate Officer— But, confound you! I
tell you I’ve forgotten It. You know
me well enough. I'm Maj. Jones.
Sentry— Can’t help It, sir; must
have the password.
Voice from the guard tent—Oh,
don’t stand arguing all night, Bill;
Matter of Sentiment.
“ Do you think a green Christmas Is
"That color,” replied Mr. Rafferty,
“ is one that can do nothing except Is
the way of improvement—but ITI b«
drawn into no political argument”—
A mind reader aided a chauffeur rw
cently. Wonder if it was In deter
mining the wealth of his fares.
Lum bago Sciatica
W h y g rin and bear all these ills w hen Sloan’ s
L in im e n t kills pain ?
" I have used your Liniment
say it is fine. I have used it
throat, strained shoulder, and
like a charm.” — AUen Dunn,
Box 88, Pine Volley, AHea.
“ l i m a painter and paperhanger by
trade, consequently up and down lad
ders About two years ago my left knee
became lame and sore. It pained me at
nights at times till I could not rest, and
I was contemplating giving up my trade
on account of it when I chanced to think
of Sloan’s Liniment. I had never tried
it before, and I am glad to state that
less than one 25c. bottle fixed me up
apparently as good as ever.” —Chariee C.
Campbell, Florence, Texas.
Tacoma— Fruit: Apples, green cook
ing. 40 050c; Spltxenbergs. Winesaps
and Roman beauties, 75c0 (1 per box;
Delicious. (1.25 01.75.
Comb honey— Yakima. $3.50 per
crate; strained honey, (5.50; Idaho,
Pears— Yakima. (1.50.
Cranberries— $8.50, (9 and (10.
Casbas— (1.5002 per crate.
"Brudder Perkins, yo' been fightln,'
Meats and Poultry— Fresh meats— I heah,” said the colored minister.
steers, 12c; cows, ll*4 c ; heifers, 11*4
“ Yaas, Ah wuz.”
Arizona D ry Law Teat On.
012c; wethers, 12*4c; dressed hogs.
"Doan yo’ 'membah whut de Good
All Deal are 25c.
Tucson, A ris.— Louis Qhems, a sa 12c; trimmed sides, 16*4c; combina
Book sex 'bout turnin’ de odder
loonkeeper, arrested January 1 by pre- tions. 15*4c; lambs, 13014c;
Sand four cants in stamps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE.
Dia theek?” •
arrangement to test the Arisona Pro mond T. C., 14c; yearlings, 13c; ewes,
“ Yaas, pahson; but he hit me on
DR. EARL S. SLO AN, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. D^x. »
hibition law, was found guilty in the 1 1 c .
mah nose, an' I ’se only got one.” —
Superior court and given a sentence of
90 days or a fine of (100. Gherna re dressed, 16018c; live, 10014c springs
fused to plead prior to judgment in or
live, $2.50 pozen; dressed, (6; tur
der to give basis for habeas corpus keys. live, 18c; dressed 28030c;
proceedings which w ill be instituted geese. 20c.
for the purpose o f bringing the validi
Butter— Washington creamery, 300
dr«. Every package guaranteed to color Silk. Wool« Cotton and Mixed Good# at one boiling. 10
food« fatter and brighter colon than any
ty o f the law to a legal test.
33c; Oregon, 28 030c.
MONBOB DBUG COMPANY. Department Z. Quincy.
W rit« for ft « « bcoklet “ How W Dye md lifts Colons'* calendar, blotters, etc.
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