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TITE MOUSING OREGONTAX.
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CilCDIR rod TOOT.
Tea will MUa Virginia M-'Pesi-tmt
aa hot tMe afterno-e..
irM tea ' r !' '' Wit.
e Clark will Boeteae this
hrtUM Art rtal.B" ataaraa
as-4 eeeciaUrr parte tonicM.
(eigina! "If-JiBae " . te
Slaat. Hotel Vf j.ibocmV
rrtini flu dear
4 cr4 party lenient.
SMART TOGS FOR OUT-OF-DOORS GIRL.
EVr.S the ao U enou
yetrrdar to a Benel!tloe
paj Ilk cniillr tall, whtrh wee
.!. leal a'at at Haul Millo.
Tb . for4 II from every 4
plat. t bus seaer artCls wol- fceve
u4 It cy ! postpoM count
ies .ovU.1 affairs ! la pt f"M-
!nt .r a utoo auaeuty
t&e heavy tc-rreate ef raisi thor-e-5
y attssoeiBe' ef all f
latent etorma. All cf vblca Snale II
peaaeihle to carnr la ortnal plaee
1 r ia ffmBittM if ! fceti.
aeala-l y Molt C. Wli.oo. .nt4
y Hr. Siiooton lllreen. M' V . U.
tea .-oyr aa.i Mm i'aUinar.
an--ft a variety C alle.inie. Juel
n .1 a, rharltv Ball BouI4 boaal of.
Te threes- earn from every tio ef
la. cut. mm ef wnm naae
.4 la their Uvea, hot "ere
I fee Affiosc HO. Jtr.m
tmi as4 eaarwl (uato
Tur tnt. fax-tine ' !
Intereetlsc and deLstful feature., and
were awl 4lapp'Bt4. tt caxaree. the
ttcraal 4ram ef rlota.B a a bK
It. ..-tlO, B4 " Bi II
rumfc.r ef pcUtor U rpH
h!'rlln( ftnr m"4 ft a4
t.rniTi(:r. biih It a d'f'l p'ob
i.ot i to4 i t..t .dirt of ra-
! la rlot. or 'i of fcBir4rB.
'naneB. a.m4 tnt.BI on bovtoc
(or ts okitnUuM ef d.nclni. t firt
'ac aa -aiitty doniy bb4 ''
fui -tit ini' by liro iii
.I Mi. Vrr jltaorl Dmita. Their
cuotam. wra loc! I'Wrot din
la Hast Huo. ita tUrk pota oiirc
tm. anl bi Hutfr rff aclrcline
thir tarot. tio hort rat bin
f.c4 tta fcriKiBt r4 !". Hlack
cbp. topp4 by pt" 4 fvairtora
i i,. tao artistic coalumoa, wBicB
wro cptlooltjr tBiln an4 di-t:n-tto.
Ti p-lalty VII ;rol4 wtta
tba.ittc apploo. t mo
.-t.t. dB"4 by foor charmine
or.tt b:i anl foar attractlta
racafui boas. Th it'rl ro sood.4
IS a rinbor affrci. thm coon bln
practl.aily m4o alike, but ta coior
mc producing a mail arcetie ffetl.
Tn frock .r ry ekort. billow an4
bii:or of cBirf cut In. dp point,
wtta dr ilr ordie and tinr
ba4 witk platd lull rultln
44 with ilr. or tho bout
d.r. Visa DorotBy SttrowbrMs cbo
a pt rea. Jl ll'l'a tjd4 w a
Iclosa hade of yellow. !i-e .Tnn
tino Uat.rl wore a lovely f lacno color.
aa4 W Jeaa Mrrtoa cftrmln
l a robin T blu. The m.a wore
pila (vaaiac rlothe. tnl were J. 11. W.
MDjea. I'erdisaad Mnilh. Joba
Carver Adana and lticnrd Jeae.
Hupper w Mrv4 at m-ll table
t la ta pretty t-a card, and tb
metjaala f.oor and louBsiac-ronrn
tnada aa H.at prornenad aad rvtHBC
p' f r tfc aserryniaker.
TO battrooos waa einsply derked wltb
!u.tf of laurel leave, ih taiiy
aim, tke vr-rrovlnc paaorama
colore il sown worn by taa
keB a deiunt la ! eye.
Tae coranuCt'o wbo r.lv4 the
vt'.t. were: Mr, stoforaon llirvcb.
lr lt-Ia Ij44 oroott. Mr. I.
Tixmgwo. U fallmc. lr. T. H
ii:o. Mr. Jtf.rrxj. (lurir. Mr
WtMlentiit. H. U Oebin, lr
tJuvd Weatwnrta. !'. Irfrtu A"a
Uel r ttlMioe K Ayr aad Xra
Jeltn t. Aineworta.
C. roavtla beaded t croup of
men w wer appotat.4 ae Bkr.
( e.alst.BC wre; ireaara lltaee.
Jr. Kart I K . I l.r. )! kiirman.
Mmt:toa V. frti. Aeroo
r.r l.un I Heni'a. fkeri.e f. Her.
ir.ary W. Meti.r. Wirum ll.t'er
Kltrm.. KIrff'4 J". Jtl - V.
ae.ek. .., Jnr4 Z. t.c.r ttoMa.
J. .:(.. rreUertrb A. rer.t.r and Joan
Carver A lime
A Bumper of dtaner prtiee ir'--14
tke b:i. oea ef ta lerceet Ik
ff.t of rnac.xUI f"lk ele br4.4 le.
tkr a I fc4 a tr.ai party
in tke r"rwm ef tke l'( Pen.oa.
IMi.x we.o pta4 fer; Mr. aad H
(':.' Jeri5.m, tr. Vrn Mar
r t. Wileii.. I a4 . Jetae
A. t'o'ick.rtv. rr. rrtin lar t.ro
r,. If. end Mr. Help C. Mtea.
f r n .. 11.. A. V.r.keil. '
i. Mr.. rrD N'jrk. Miee Ktarx-k
H'r'.. Wllli.nv P'jrk. It. VMlov.
Jortea V. eed U't Nthn :4
werd Arr and Ur. an4 Mr. Joba II
im. of the sail atcrarttvo of ts dia
a. re w tkal pr.ll.4 aver by Mr. and
Jtre. T1o4ora K. v ilro, tk.tr caxte
Ia-!a4lnc tka yuncr folk. Tkie wee
a, Velenline afrif. alt tka eiqutalt
areotatraent a-'in tna rvmeatle
Bt. a centre! devoratlon. a base
bo ef ceraatum la fc4 of pmk
an4 rMe wae nvd. t'ov.re were plered
fr ilt. and Mr. P-vl4 T llon.jman.
r,eeea Helen) tj4 J. I'UIre IlllrJl. Jeaa
iltrrim. o.n.vteve flrookr. Jervia
trghaM. K.mi'.ton forbett. Roder
ick rriay. rrvdcrwk A. rereter. aad
Mr. a Mr. U. Khevtin wer pal
f-.r a aanatl and dellcktful dinser. tk.lr
a-ne.t ben; irl eo-4 lr. Xirton
. Meue. Mr. ani Mr. J I P'errell and
yi - an.) Mr. Willien Jlai-Vtr.
fr. and Mr. i-ore- T. W lll.tl a!o
wer fco.r, ror a lovely party of young
fnik. ineiu4iar Mi.ta 'atkerlae Hu
f'ker Tucker. All. MarMaatar.
B. to.je lljm.I and Treeentt CookinaT
bern. rnaud "erliB;. MarCormae rnow
M r.l'kerd Jnneat.
Tk tab! w artitl with a
fclr eitv.r baat fll.ed wltk pink car-
atiefta and freeeie.
I!.e Mel. I Ma-Maler al enter
tained a croup of jrouns; people
One of tke Important event on la
afar celen.1. I Ike Ira for whtrb
ritirmmr Ml) Vlrtni M'rnousa
will b be.reva- T- tea will be Clvea
al tk rld.c of tke boter ax rand'
motker. Mr. Warrea r' Mord. la
Vi' avenue, from 4 t o clock, and
L for tke jtoBr et.
e e e
Vr. Wntlem Hard Uaep win enter
tain aa Friday. February It. wuk a
lea from) ! o'etovk.
e o e
Jtna ll.rt.a.e Z.arv appeannx In
5'mutua' at Ike awpkeuin Tkeat.r.
be a number ef old friend In Ihl
r'Y. aa ke w tka orlaTaor of tk
t- daneaal al lltl M. beariy
to veer asx Ma alee) teuskl anaBy
ef tb prominent v'tety folk tke mod
era daee. .Vfi. Zaro ki bean enter
tained wirit tea, dinner parti aad
d.e-ee In Hotel br a number
ef vtiMaoaa mairoa and bat be lor.
' e e
f... r'rn--e J-okwa entertained
rnfoemalir ve.fer-lay aflernoon In her
n-.Fty aoartment at Hotel ftcneon.
' Unritua and ketone. Cover wer
p.. -.4 for aiae. arid tk aft.raooa w a.a
dvo'.-l to piaviBf bride.
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Thi rnarrntnc .weaier .. primarily Intended for tke outdoor
become o popu er tbat all Iko.e de.lrinp; a chl combination have
It. The model ie a iik t m banana color with white coat and deep lrdle
aeak aad tke tmarlait of cap.
At I o'rlock tomorrow afternoon the
Corntaa folk Play by Cooitanr tOry
Markay wtil be siven at Ike i.uu l ne
ater. an4 ckH4rn or weu-nnowia -rt.te
Cola will participate In ike ea.t.
Tk title of tke play le -jltlver Tkread."
d numeroo partle Bave Been
piaaned fr Ik alternooa.
Kapp Kappa Oamma Frorlly will
meet today at a ! at th bom of
Mr, ti. U lioodell. :t Hryr av.BU.
Obi Oawear. fiorortly will tneel today
al tn bme of Mia Arrilla peckwlla.
i r.l lroaday. al S i o clock,
e e e
Tk Torttand Art Madmlj fanry
dreae party wklrb baa been easeriy
anticipated for everal weeks wtil a
aa event cf lonicM al tka Art Ma-
,in There wilt be an analytical
play, a noai'il prtjtamm., a burieou
oa a moitoa-pl'lore play ani couni
leee feature wMefc wilt make tk
eveelnc cat rne. In-ine win p
lb mala divervton and tke tudenta
have prepared novel park for tk even
e e e
Tke peichkorfcood danrinC club, whlek
enloy monthly lPPin parn.a. wi.i
hold It poetpone.. party jatorday en.
c la th Tyrolean room, or i ' "t'l ma
eon. Tsar wtil re aaaai - y-v
preeent. Pr. J. Bru.re an4 t. tr. 'rxmr
mire conetttul Ik comrattte la
The orieinal Ill-Jink danelnc party
wtil be clvea toBicbt. ae arhedulod. la
tk Multsomak Hotel. Mas cb-huiU.
chairman of th commute In chare
of th event, haa had hi a.alalaot
rfemralinc th entire lower floor of
he tuar hoetelry for th ocea!on. nan
k.d been marfe to have tne aanc in
Otrltnen Hall, but becauaa of ner
eaearr repair to thai bulldinr due to
Ike recent torm. It waa round nerea
ary t hold It al th Multnomah Ho
tel tonicM. The erand promenade wtil
be taried at I 3 o clock r. M.
Th women of th Sanctuarr Society
ef Holy r.edeemer Oiuixk WI.I C've a
card party In Holy Redeemer Hall thla
evrninc A abort mu.iral procramme
Is belBC prepared for the event.
nrh.a of meetlnaT In front. A medium
hick turnover collar of allk whipcord
eompleie -the coat, that when open
reveal an azqulslta palln irimming 01
Another buret of Sprlnc Bunahlne 1
a yellow checked valour suit, on modi
fied .Norfolk line. A yoae in ooin
back and front and a whit collar and
email veat of Ih lama are unusual.
I'lalta and Bather run Into a fancy
belt, and the aklrt I wide and Harms:.
The whole effect of th coetume. with
It broken lone of yellow and whit
irlmminc. I daaalinc.
Mult of whit eerara and wnipcoro.
with black inmmlne. are becmnina;
la be aouatht. There la no model, with
n Hion Jacket with bands of velvet
and eoutarh braid, that la mora man
hick-clas novelty. A blade collar.
aqiar In tno para ana wun revere
in front, leave off whero biack velvet
kut trine com me ore. Hick curved vel
vet ruff and rows of braid finish the
eleeve. and the same combination trims
the short body of the coat. I'anel side
and a yoke bordered with black Velvet
and braid are features of th wide
kirl. and s triers jnOrr tne velvet ive
Crep linlnc of Uk In chintt pat
tern are a new supplement to the suits.
There are a number of whipcord and
ra bar dine, also om black taffeta,
that are lined with Ihla pretty material
la pink, lavender, yellow and blues. It
la both artlatlo and practical, aa It dl.
peaces witk th stiff taffeta linings and
lb heavy satin.
T r.ITtilll pink!" almost shouts
1) new broadcloth coal that mad
a triumphant entrance Into Portland
yealerdar nod Put to shame wfcal was
formerly considered -r." "British
pink.- tbV tell it, I to be a color that
woman wt:i ferventty seek In suits.
coats and frocks, and It wi;l be a last
tne vocu. because they will fall to
ftad enoueh to tire of Ik It's not old
ro.e. nor jet any other shade of pink
hitherto known, but one of the brleht
e.t. mo.t evauiaii and soft hue, that
an discovered only In time to have
om of th J-prme clothlne made up
Th coal In question as Ih first
Ttrttlsh Pink" arrival It notable, both
from a Ion and styta standpoint. The
body of th coat I much Ilk th bal
maraaa modal and flaree wide at the
bottom. The eutfl sleeves are sewed
la and finished with rows of "British
pink" stitching- Inverted up-and
down" pocket are seamed.
Triple row of seams are about the
bottom of the coat, and covered but
ton rua up th sleeves and front of
Th real ctlmai of Ih roat style Is
a ae w natty ahoaider-leneth rap, alao
To Tblak. t pa l-lacola.
flome people say we have too many
holidays. But Isn't It worm wniie in
the rush to make material thine, to
accumulate money, to win name or
lama for nersoneJ ends, to pause a lime
and think upon the character and life
of such a man aa Lincoln? Will It not
help us to do our dally work oenerT
M ill It not civ us a bigger arwl liner
Idea of life?
We ru.h around performing- our daily
A JellcaU tn eolortnc.
and as harmless, as a
roee-cetsj placed afalnit
TTiree shade: TJ'ht,
Spnl in aad Dark. Price."
complet with puff and
dimln shlng mirror, only
Far SsJa ky in
IF INSTALLMENTS WILL
BUY YOUR HOUSE.
THEY'LL BUY YOUR
CLOTHES, TOO, SIR!
A man would be foolish to do without
a comfortable borne of his own until he
had saved every cent of the price. Tet
not many years ago It was an unusual
thing for a family to undertake the
purchase of a home on Installment
payments. Nowadsys people ef moder
ate means rarely do It any other way.
i..., . I. ih. evatnm of pavlnc cash
for clothes fast becoming old-fashioned
and obsolete. CUERRr S, tne moai
nnn.,t.. reiit Clothlne Store, has had
much to do with this because CHER-
II VS INSTALLMENT SlSTtJl IS lour-
squara" and sound in principle.
Tou've heard hov splendidly It
works, no doubt. If you haven't you'll
quickly understand Its popularity
among men of all walks of life if you'll
k.ir .r hour In Cherry's shop.
any time tomorrow, day or evening.
Look around at the Immense vanenca
of up-to-date Suits and Overcoats. See
bow easily you can buy one on Weekly
or Monthly I'aymenta. with only a
small sum down.
They are open Saturdays until J
vr Tk.lr .torn ia at 38-Jl Wash
ington street, in the Plttock block.
tasks, absorbed In our own affairs, see
Ine little but what we want and how
ing . k Lincoln's
we snaai acb iv. - . .
life, at what he stood for and what he
did Is like a wina irom
mountain tops, sweeping down Into the
valley and clearing away the mist and
miasmas. So when our holidays give
ua pause to lift our thoughts above the
daily round." they are not wanted
.-.it. .aiikH'' will ba tilled
lam. iue ---
to better puruoro because of them.
A poet says ot Dim ""
-Took the tried clay of the common
Clr warm yet with the genial heat of
Dashed through It all a strain of
Then mixed In laughter with the seri
It waa stuff to wesr for centuries.
A man who matched the mountains and
The stare to look our way ana
Another poet writes:
"Here stands the name of one who lived
ta arva th common weal.
With humor tender as a prayer
And honor firm as siecu
No hundred, hundred years can dim
The radiance of his mirth.
That set unselfish laughter free
Jb'or all the sons ot earin.
"Unswerved through stress and scant
Out of his dreamful youth.
He kept an unperverted faith
In the almighty truth."
Kach of us will take from these
poems the thought that most appeals.
Kor my part, I like the line. "Compelled
the stars to look our way and honor
us." Everything? bows down oeiore me
worth of character. The spiritual man.
no outward form or circumstance, is
the last and best word In creation.
And I like. too. the pnrase, numor
tender as a prayer. Humor, tne ngni
kind, la delicious and adds grace ana
charm to life. It Is like the brightness
of a flashing jewel; It is not the Jewel
but its gleam.
I like. too. the words, -dreamiui
youth." and his keeping an "unpervert
ed faith In the almighty truth."
I wonder Just what parts ot tnese
poems my reader friends like best.
By Mrs F. A&lker. -
Carwlla aad Mary Etta.
CAROLINE had been naughty, I am
aorry to tell you. and her mother
toM her she must go to her room and
stay there until supper time.
Mary Etta was Caroline's doll and
the ono thing she loved best of all the
toys, ao sho hugged her close and
begged to be allowed to keep her.
-Well. I will allow her to go with
you. but you must not be naughty even
In your thoughts, because I do not wish
Mary Etta to become naughty by be
ing in your company. said her mother.
When Carol Ino waa In her room and
the door ctoaod she began to think
about Mary Ktta and wonder how she
would like It If Mary Etta could talk
tM aay nauehty things to her.
tiomehow Mary Etta IooRmi at her
harder than ever, and Caroline put her
tn a chair In front of her and looked
"I want to go out." said Mary Ktta
suddenly. "I have not been naughty
the way you have. I want to go out
In the park with the other dolls."
Caroline stared. Could Mary Ftta talk
when she wanted to. after all?
"Tou can't go out alone." said Caro
tin, not knowing what else to answer.
-Why are you naugnty. men. wnen
you know 1 nsve to stay in, log.
asked Mary Etta.
"I don't think oti have nnv ngnr to
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NOTHING is too good for the women of Portland,
especially when it comes to foods. Critical housewives
always demand pure, sweet, wholesome, dependable
butter butter which has that fresh, appetizing
flavor so much appreciated by all.
Maid o' Clover Butter has come to satisfy this demand. The
four quarter-pound prints are delicately placed in pure parch
ment wrappers and protected against contamination in a sani
tary carton. It comes to your table a pure, clean, pasteur
ized butter. Always uniform in color, never varying in qual
ity. MAID 0'. CLOVER
Pure Because Pasteurized
the perfect spread for every bread. Use it for everything
in which you want butter; it will improve the "flavor of any
food and help to make it digestible. Its natural butter flavor
never fails to please; the assurance of its absolute purity,
through pasteurization, increases the satisfaction of using it.
Your grocer sells Maid o' Clover Butter. Order a pound to
day, and you'll want it every day.
Mutual Creamery Company
East Tenth and Burnside Streets
ask me that." said Caroline. "I am
blsger than you are and I don't have
to tell you."
-I want to go out; I want to go out."
sho began to say. crying and making a
Caroline put her fingers In her ears.
"Stop that noise right off." she said.
"You cannot go out and that Is all I
can tell you.
Then Mary Etta did a terrible thing;
she Just screamed and laid on the floor
'Got up. JIary Etta," said Caroline.
"I am ashamed of you; don't you love
me any? You make me very unhappy
when you act like this."
-I don't caro If I do." screamed Mary
Etta, "and I don't love you. I think you
are a cross mother not to let me go
Caroline felt like crying-. Mary Etta
didn't love her. of course. If she talked
that way to her, and she loved Mary
Etta so much.
-&fary Etta, come here and look out
or the window. I see two little puppies
playing on the lawn."
"I don't want to see them." screamed
Mary Etta. "I want to go out."
"I think I know a story you would
like to hear." said Caroline. "Come
here and sit beside me."
"I don't want to hear your old story;
you don't tell stories I like." said Mary
Etta, looking very cross and sitting up
on the floor.
"Oh! dear," sighed Caroline; -what
shall I doT'
i n nut mother?" asked Mary
F" f f a acaln. i
"No. you cannot go out Just now,"
replied Carolina, ready to cry.
Then Mary Etta began to cry strain
until Caroline put her hands to her
head Just as she had seen her mother
do many times when she was naughty.
Msry Etta kept on crying and Cato
line put her In a chair with her face
to the walL -You must sit there until
you stop crying and think how naugthy
you have been."
Mary Etta screamed louder than be
fore snd Caroline sat iown by the
window, wondering what she could do
to make a good girl out or iB-ryt'"5
whom she loved so much and wanted
everybody else to love, but sho knew
that no ono loved naughty girls.
. Caroline felt something soft on her
cheek and she opened her eyes to see
her mother bending over her.
"You were slipping out of the chair,"
said her mother.
"Oh! mother, I am so sorry I was
naughty." Baid Caroline, putting her
arms around her mother's neck. -I do
love you very much and I am sorry 1
said I didn't."
After that when Caroline was In
clined to be bad she thought of Mary
Etta and how unhappy she was in her
dream and the thought of that helped
her to be a good girl.
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IRISH CELEBRATION IS SET
St. Bridget Is to Be Honored Night
of February 1 7.
"St. Bridget's day celebration," post
poned from February 2, will be held
Thursday night, February 17, at the
Hibernian Hall, under the auspices of
the women of the Ancient Order of
Father Thompson, of the Madeleine
Church, will tpeak and Miss Marie
Chambers will have charge of the pro
gramme. After the banquet, and enter-
tainment the remainder of the evening
will be devoted to dancing.
The average life of the ordinary walking
plow is a little less than 12 years.
praadg Just like butter
10 & 15
Cents a Package
T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Wholesale Distributers for
Oregon and S. W. Washington.
"NT . v
I e a fjarmpn ComDIOXlOD. 1NO tHJW-
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She use the one complexion powder that
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v .n.e anfnaiTv irv this remarkable
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ance that perspiration will not change the
beauty of your complexion and that there
will be no "powdered look," no trace of
artificiality under the strongest electric
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fragrance adds to the refinement of the
cmm powder that does not rub or blow oa.
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Our "On Trial' Offer
Puna srxc lox oni mirror containing 2 fa 3
awM ( of tormoi lre woo' """ " ,
T !w.C-im. Roai, Uilhi or dark) sen firepaiJor 25c, If only pan,
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STAlTORIWilleLER CQe, 501 Olive St, St. Loui, Mo
I Orange-Color, pi
" ma&e these Marmot
fritter vOith Crusto"
, here it has two uses as a shortening in place of
lard or butter, and aa cooking fat. It's just perfect for the
first use because it is so sweet and pure, and for the second
because it can be made hotter fhan lard without burning
this makes it ideal for frying purposes.
2 tablespoon Cm to. 1 cup flour. ? cup boil
ing water. 2 eges. H temapoon salt. Melt Crusto ia
saucepan, add the water. When boiling, drop in all th
dry flour. Stir constantly and cook three minutes. Re
move from fire add the unbeaten eggs one at a time,
beating the mixture thoroughly after adding each egg.
Drop tne mixture by spoonfuls in hot Crusto and fry
until well puffed ana browned. Drain. Make an open
ing in each fritter and fill with corn starch cream,
chocolate cream ox jelly Dust with powdered sugar.
.Uae Crusto for quality and economy for frying; baking
At all Grocers Cornea in tight (ins (straight sided, friction top. mttar
contaviners that bring Crusto to you in the most perfect possible condition
cleanly and convenient) in various sizes to suit your convenience.
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