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BIDDING POR FIRST PLACE
- and iflftc Lnwns to go nt
M,i, 35C i m x Ih will bC Hold nt
Summer Vets, to cloie
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
-TTSuV. U ul -I - !
Ht EAGLE MILLS ABSORBED
ii .ek Company T.ks Them In
F it Milton.
Aug. ; lit i nion
.mien biv recciveo in
'nulls "(that Pi"'-' ,M'r"
"D'1 .... a.- tl.H Peacock llllll
"".T tL emnndcratu... "I the
ZLnim wMn.il announced. I lie
ST 111- h "J LJ"
Zrtr ul a "lock i-wiipaiiy. Uotli
JL'if- ire now uwler Hi- control of
J La A- . Li"'"
T..tfinctiiii i' viewed by many
HMtniDf thit the Klams are prepar
IkS it "'it Wllfa tli" syndicate
,' ,. during tit.- past ' "ir vearn
EgT numtiiiK nt'""'1' tl tiling
s&mti ol the northwest. It if a
, .ao.n wet tliat these capitalists
j a; t.-.'ii Injuring In lire coll-
tr J Imtli lli' Miltmi proji.Tt ihh and
Mtmi MM have heeii offered.
lbfClunlv ' klM Peacock Bill
u urr-li daily, ami that ul the
i ill it.l ' ' 1 - '11. im lilttlat
I .11 I'.IIM'l- "
ti,r nmlrol nl thf Main- u daily
alls'. i IMI lrri'IK nr
ll (ilrdlsi tlx Ulob. '
, Iiui.miI Hack li-n'- Arnica Salve,
hiv bMt iii th- World, extends round
rr .i i ..... i i...
a. ...i . ii m ii' i ill 1 1 1 I it'll I unir
ill . rtiril- Ilirni. Ulinnrr. noma,
BSJB, IQtl III .Kill rillfilltilir. vriiij
aJ.ll.kL alia .nm ''.'in In iv ul Tllll-
M .V 1I.
SOUTHING IN A LOCATION.
I F lelinui Finds Huilnesi In a New
J. P, McMinni-, manager of the
Liveito.:k Iniiriial, liuf re
utat bit otUce f rum the building nc
tlbylh Tribune, and now has
u't-r- in the pnttiillit't' building.
In'iinl Kriilay afternoon.
Hr htii u xiuer settled lumseli to
i iitstfy editorial iixin tiie in
.Hit.' of Aincric.ui meals in tier
sui, llitn a man appeared ut thf
eV Juur and atiksd tiim In address ran
,'"..," Mr McMaum- inn il on tint
ltnrilr antJ wrote tin- address, Ii In
mii'Vann) w'nii' Miineu. iug mat
fa an not prepared lor
'W have bought a pair of our
, 116 and 7.V.
Will Whit or HlotM 10,
fm CLOCKS. JujI L,i khlM f-.r
Mjn, 7V, 1.M, $1.50.
t,toor Wl au.l we will till your
Jwler and Optician..,
"'taTk ilii i m. li
in fearfully and wmnh i: made,
and deciplieralile only hy a telepatliiat.
! lien the man axked hint how innrh he
owe. I McMainiH, anil the latter drew
up liin tall form to a height that ail
ilod one inch to the dimenni uin niven
bin hy nature, and int'ormed that fei
low that he waH not mi the tiahit of
charging people for 1Mb courtmieH.
RajtanlM a normal attitude, M eMail -iih
Haid in a honeyed voice -that he
didn't charge for addreNHing envelopeR,
hut did charge $1 a year for tin- mock
journal, lie gut the dollar and the
man will gel the journal.
Mc.ManuN thinlcH he han utruck ricti
pay in hie new location, lie if in the
..line formerly uaed hy B. W, MoOo
man, the grain buyer.
Daatnats Cannot do cured
py l'r.l tppllcatliin.. - titer cmitmt r.-H. li the
tli'M'tw.l iNirtioti .if tie' utr. There In nnly line
way to cure 'lualneu, mid that Ik l. uoMUM
tlonal remeulet. Iiealneu It eautwd by an In
Hi. in. . i ciindltKili of the muoow n m- til the
jttttaflhlatl tube. Whuti till tulH' gem m
ttmiied you have ruiuhllliK HajH nr I til per
led h.'Hrltig, anil when It l entirely cloteil
.lentil.'-- i- tin rcnuit, hii.I uul."f the n (lulu tun
t Ioii can he tnkcii nut Hiel tin- tuiie r. "Hi. red to
Ip. iiorniHl iniidicliili heHfiiK aill lie ilefoyc.l
lorever ; nine eaie. oat of ten are cnuni'd b
catarrh, which notlniiR hut an iiitlaine.l
condition o( the mucour ioirfa. " We will Kin
one hundred dollar, for an ca-e of deafue.'.
(('alined hy catarrh) that cannot la- cared hy
llall'i. Catarrh I'ure -tend nir . irctiiarv free
K J I'll KN K Y i d.. I In. (I
sold by all druiiKim". '
Mall'- Kamily I'lllt are the licit.
GOLD NUbbKTS FROM NOME.
The Dunn Boyt Send Two Handtome
Specimen to Their Father.
Captain .loaeph Ihiiin, well known
among the local brokere, n- the re
cipient of two valuable ami liaiidoome
nuggeta from bin two aonit, Joe and
Jack, who are now at Nome, Alaaka.
One of the nuggctf ih ready to lie bung
a- a watch charm uud the other it at
tached to a pin to he meed an a tcarf
pin. The Ural ia a IMOloMB ObU I
on Anvil creek and the aeconil i from
the Can I diNinct. The captain in
greatly pleuMed with the preaelita. lie
and hit ton Joe uned to mine in the
John Oay country, hut the latter aaid
the gold there wat too tine, ao he
would pull up and go to country
where gold t'nilhl he found in chuukH.
Blown to Atoms
The old itlea that the laidy aouietimet
ueeda a powerful, draatic, purgative
pill ban been exphaled ; for Dr. kiug'a
New Life Fill, which are perfectly
harnileaw, gently atitiiulate liver and
bowele to expel poie.inoun matter ,
eleanee the ayateiu and ahtolutely cure
. coiiHtipatiuu and tick headache. Ouly
I SSf at I'allutau V druir atore.
Ou account of departure 1 offer tor
sale my private houae, corner Jobueou
and Webb atreet, containing eight
rooinn, al.". a four riMim cottage and
two i"i - near tchixil bouae.
J. S Hi: IK KM AN.
Yield Turnt Out Uood.
Weatoti Leader : Some report, are
. onnng from the harvealera iu varioua
placea. At il -i i the wheat it turn
iug out much better and in of a higher
grade than wat expected. Hilly K. i 1 -gore,
we are told, who live near
Athena, ban threaded from one tield
l inn buHheln, when only 7imj wat ex
pected. It lookti at if the eatiiuatea of
-nine expert at to the vield of Umatil
la couuty'a wheat tiehU, will have to
Muttering from dyapepaia when 1 com
menced taking Kodol Oytpepaia Cure.
I took eeveral buttlet and cau digett
anything." Kodol Dyepeoeia Cure ia
the ouly preparation containing all the
natural digeatlve ttuida. It given weak
etoinacinj entire rent.reatonng their na
tural condition. Tallman & Do.
M PLEGliD ARTICLES
iicluding KL'nti, nu n s and ladies' gold and silver watches,
loT m" k"l lb' err-a9' 9MM great variety of Jewelry
tssold at extremely low prices durinL; the month of August.
f2?wly lor t.,e bu&J.
f Boat complete ItOCk 04 furniture, linoleum, stoves,
CTOckef) and carpels.
cflor plumbing and tinning given prompt attention.
Main Street, Pendleton.
W- J. CLARKE & CO.
Opera House block.
FuU Line of Tents, Wagon
Gvers, Anti-rust Tinware,
PRN DLKTON'S RANKING
AS A WOOL
Likely to blaaa Thl Year at the Greateat
Primary Market In the World.
Several week ago, the Kant Oregon
ian printed the agaertion that Pendle
ton would thin year rank next to The
I'a'len an the necond lanrenl nrimarv
wheat market in the world. The
Dallen nan been conceded the firnt
place for rr,anv vearn. The fionrea now
available to thin paper neem to promiae
ecurelythat Pendleton will not Ih nec
ond, but will jump forward to Brat
place, and that the Dallen mtint here
aiter rank necond.
It in already annured that Pendleton
will handle an a primary market more
than nix million poOBdl Ol wool dur
ing t ho teanon ol IU01. All of the lo
cal clip ban been houne.1. and the Ho.
nren are now well up to the ton. But.
ah the time wool in coming from Ida-
DO, Washington and pointn in Oregon
not strictly local to thin town, no that
the prospect in good that thin place
will ntaiid at the IichiI of the lint.
ReeeoBI annigned for thin change in
Htattin are neveral. but thin in the chief
me : The Dallen ban lont an BDorUoei
amount of wool that now goen to Shan
ako, from country alwavn heretofore
tributary to The Dallen. The Colum
bia Southern carrien thin wool from
Shanako. pant The Dallen to the coant,
or eaat to the Konton, St. Lou i a or
Much of the lighl shipping wooln
f'irmerly going to The Dalles from
other pointn in being taken to Port
land for packing. Arlington ban cut
oft conniderahle from The Dallen'
While all these thing- are true Pen
lletoii ha micceeded in increasing the
amount handled here. The scouring
mil'.n, the Kuminh warehouses and
the Independent Warehouses company
have been com, el led to put on double
forces of men in order to get away with
the wools sent here, and at this time.
after large amounts have been shipped.
fhe wheat growers are standing wait
ing for room in the houses in which to
store their grain. A little later in the
season, the exact tiguren will be avail
able, hen it is confidently expected
that tbev will demonstrate that Pen
dleton heads the list as primary wool
market, consummation devoutly h be
QAMBLINQ ROW AT WESTON
W. B. Roie Badly Beaten by Herman
A tow over a gambling game occurred
in the White Mouse saloon Tuesday af
ternoon about 'J o'clrck, in which W.
K. Kiine of l'eudieioii wan hadlv beaten
bv the proprietor, II. Ilessl, save the
As near as can be learned from wit
nesses of the affray, Mr. Lose was en
gaged in iiucking at Mr M esse I a
roulette wheel -a device similar to
those in use al the famous Monte
Carlo resort. "Hillv." as he is famil
iarly known, had won about a hun
dred dollars, when II easel noticed
that something wrong with the
wheel. Certain numbers had been
panted over other numliera in such a
manner that the player was given the
beat ol It, the work supposedly I ig
done h Kose or some confederate.
1 1 esse I advanced from behind the
.vheel, seized in- customer around the
neck and tMOMBded that he dingorge,
which "Millw" declined Ui do. Tlie
latter, who in physically unable to
iter much resistance, was then choked
and beaten, and thrown upon the Moor,
so that the net rolled out "f his
ii ickets. This was picked up by lies-
sel and turned over to his bartender.
Kote left the saloon minus hi win
nings and with a sadly disfigured
countenance, and afterward took the
aitej-uniih train (or Pendleton.
The assault has created much caustic
comment. It is presumed tbat now
that attention has been called to open
gambling at Weston in this sensational
manner, nubile sentiment will de
mand its discontinuance.
In an editorial the Leader says
As to the merits of the "row" in the
White House saloon, reported in our
in oa- i ..'ii in ii-, the Lender r. trains I rem
shariug in the numerous opinions that
are Iwiug expressed. It la not aulb
cieiitly familiar with the gamblers'
code of ethics. But there can be no
itieslioti tbat the trouble was disgrace
ful, and militates against the reputa
tion (or peace, dignity and morality
which a school town should sustain.
Don't la satisfied with temporary re
lief from indigestion. Kisiul Dyspepsia
Cure permanently ami completely re
moves this complaint, ll relieves per
manently liecause it allows the tired
stomach perfect rest. Dieting won t
rest the stomach. Nature receives sup
plier, i nun the lood we eat. The senai
Lie wav SO help the stomach is to use
Kodol Dyspepsia Lure, wh. eh digests
what you eat and can't help but do you
gosl. Tallman iV Co.
AVKRAUK WHl-Al YISLDS.
erl wtve, it ha had the enVct of re
ducing the weight of the grain per
bushel to about 54 to M pounds. It
takes a pretty good quality of No. 1
wheat at anv tune to weigh AO mun is
to the bushel. Here ia where the
striking peculiarity of the shriveled
grain comes in this year. It has been
temed on a Member el different occa
sions, from a number of .farms north
of Pendleton, and it goes from to
rtO pounds to the bushel. Mr. Camp
bell said that he himself had never
seen anything like it, and tbat K. W.
Ml Comas had acknowledged that he
likewise had been surprised at the
weight of different specimens of the
wheat whicli be had tested.
Will Comraenee Harvesting.
Dr. Campbell will commence har
vesting on next Mondav, August 6.
He has ,"40 acres of redchaff and So-
nora wheat, but the yield per acre can
not be at this time mated with any de
gree of accuracy. A few days run with
the machine will give a fair idea an
to how bedlf the wheat ban lieen dam
aged in Middle Cold Spring.
Harvest Field Notes.
Andrew Jackson has finished thresh
ng and has 4:!!t) sacks of No. 1 wheat
to show for it.
lames Williams, who resides in
(Add Springs, had a yield of 40 bush
els to the acre.
Henrv l.orensen, one of the bee VI
farmer of this county, who resides
nine miles north of Pendleton, reports
yield of bushels to the acre.
LAYING C0RNBRST0NB AT WBSTON.
Ceremony to Be on Auguit I & by the
The ciremonvof laving the corner
stone of the new normal Sobool hntld-
ugwill take place August 15 next,
savstbe Weston Leader. Hv teuuest,
f the regents the work will be done
hy the grand lodge of Masons of Ore
gon, participated in bv Weston and
I her neighboring stllsirdtnate lodges.
We hope, before the event comes off,
to publish a full program of what ll
expected to transpire in this connec-
Idaho Lead on me North Loan Over
Oregon and Washington.
The agricultural department at
Washington. D. C, isojed the follow
ing . on. ..mil. ti the wheal growing con
dition of the Pacific coast:
! . .-I. kre oil an average. 4. 4 ..NJi
ikim of wheat harvested in the Pacific
coast region each eur. 1'he averager
or the past IU yoars snow inai tun
section oidiuarily will yield about 15
bu shall per acre and produce a total
annual . roll of li5.U17.DM2 bUlhelt.
Tl.a i.-u... v.hl ml a. li in Orouoll
duriug thia 10-year period has been
17 7 hiianjklt
In Washington the average yield is
The Idaho yield ia Zi.H bushels per
."ueakuitf of the eflect ot irrigation,
l.u ,.....i an.. TIih I'biHf factor in
... a i' . u I - ,
curtailing the area ot wheat has Leeu
the introduction ul trull, particularly
in tht acrameuto valley, and the at
,.i i. IK iivHii to dairying.
t; ii...... . . .... - -. W'
u.i.1,.1. ia runiillv intiiiinu a strong hold
iu several sections of this city, notably
I., ii... W 1 1 lam ell.- vallev of Oregon
where wheat is being abandoned more
mnidlv than in auv other portion of
UH W . H. CAMFdJItLL b WHKAT.
Ha will Commenee Threshing on Hon
day, August 6.
Dr. W. K Camuoell, who lives In
miles northwest of Pendleton, iu the
ic'ion that three weeks ago was sup
nosed to have had its wheat crop badly
damaged, was a visitor iu this city ou
v.nt. -Liu. and talked again regardiug
the wheat situation When the doctor
was here a few weeks ago, he was of
the on in ion that wheat north of Pen
dletou, including that of bis own, had
been greatly damaged, and on venter
day stated that he had not changed
his .minion, hut desired to call alien
lion to a peculiarity of the wheat that
had been shriveled this spring, and
that was iu regard to bis wheat
Heretofore when wheat has been
blighted from any eauae, either from
lining nipped by (roat, bumped agaiunl
i. TTi.i ...Tj.. a i :li. i .
uv com wiunnor struct sun a noai
Chester Hamilton, who clerks in the
grocery store ..! I .1 Ormund at I a
irande accidentally shot himself in
the right leg Wednesday, savs the
'brnnicle. He had the pistol which
is kept in the store in his hip pocket
and forgot to remove it when he went
home Later in the evening he went
for a drive and finding the pistol un
comiortaide started to trannier n to a
nide pocket. Iu no doing he accident
My discharged it. 1 he ball entered
the fleshy part of the thigh and came
out above the knee. The wound is not
serious and did not prevent his w Hik
Terrible Conditions in India.
The depopulation ol India througl
(amine seems to U- assuming alarming
prottortiotiB. It is estimated that over
,IMKI, (foil persons III India have died.
since IS.''., Iron, eauae- dirmtiv due
to the famine, famine is a terrible
thing ami proves conclusively tliat
fo.sl in essential to the Ixsly. T et It
is not so much a question of how much
food is eaten as how well it in digest
ed. To insure iierfect digestion and
btain the greatest amount of nourish
ineiil i mm your food, take Ifostetter s
Stomach Bitters. This is the old re
liable standard medicine for the cure
f stomach, liver, kidney and bowel
disorders. It promotes appetite, cures
vsneiiria. indigestion, const i pat ma .
biliousness, and keeps the bowels r. g
ular. Do not fail to give it a trial
It never disappoints.
Wheat Field Burned.
We learn Irom Wildly Turner that
acres of standing wheat, belonging
to mly McKwan, who lives near
1 eer s spring, went up in smoke Kri
dav. It is supposed that the tire origi
nated from mat. hes carelessly dmpWHj
from a brewer s wagon that panned
along the road shortly before the tire
was discovered. We cannot learn that
the grain was in-ured and the loss
will, in all probability, tie total to the
wner. Weston leader
Lost -Between Pendleton and Pilot
Kock. a Pair of tine slums. rinder
id ease eave at this oftl. e
U. Hay & Co.,
Buy sod sell
lor oasti or ou marctui.
New York Stock Baxhangc.
Uikagu Stock Haxhaoga.
Chicago Board of Trae.
Court si . ..i
. .n.i. ... r.
Has the following hargains
4H0 acres Al wheat laml.
;2() acres Al wheat land.
2 lots well located $20
1 lol lower Wehh street $.).
WHEAT MELDS HEREABOUTS
CROPS ARB SHOWING UP RBTTBR THAN
One Man Says He Has Known of Nothlns
Less Than 30 Bushels Per Acre.
As the returns come in from the
ranches, the lact is more ami more
(irmly cntablinhcd that the 1001 crop
is beyond the extectal ions that were
created earlier in the season. At about
the time the cold winds came, there
was genuine tear that the yield would
be much short of that of former yearn.
While it mav not 1h safe innt now to
ntate that the yield will exceed thone
of other vearn, it in almont nnre that
thin will be n bumper crop.
rhoman Thompson, who ban many
acren in crop and has carefully observ
ed the yields of other farms, stated to
day that he had learned of no ranch
that had returned less than :'" bushels
to the acre, his observations extend
ing mostlv throughout the district
exhracing the reservation ami lands Irj
the nort beast .
K. K. Shaffer had a Held thai be
thought ruined, but now that be ba
threshed, he hndn in the warehouse
from that I Ul acres 1700 sacks, which
at two and one-sixth bnnheln to the
sack makes an average of more than
forty bnnheln to the acre.
A. Kuppe, while not giving actual
figures' ntated to the Kant Oregon tan
that he wan nnre the yield is far better
than anyone hail SB BBC ted.
Numerous other farmers have made
Think About It.
If you will only think it over vmi
will go to see Martin when you want
to hnv groceries. His motto in "best
go.,,1- at lowest prices." Ills stock Is
very large and well SB 1 00 ted. Martin
ban the best bakery department in the
CONSPICUOUS IN A BALLHOOM.
Flakes of Dandruff on the Collar and
Shoulders or a Oentleman In Full I
This is the thing you qalte frequent
ly see in the ball room a man's black
dress coal literally covered with dand
It must fie annoying to the wearer,
and certainly not a pleasant thing to
ihserve. Hut dandruff can he eradicat
ed. It is a germ disease that will some
dav cause baldness.
ReWbfO'l Herpicide kills the hair
destroying germ, and stimulates the
hair to a rich, abundant growth, it
does more keeps the hair soft and
Furthermore. Herpi ide is a most
pleasant toilet accessory: pleasing
lol. ami calling to the scalp.
Thin Dress Goods
Summer Wash Goods
Ladies' Summer Neckwear
JfTall at itore tnd ge)t lArge sheet of parttculaiH'
it toemi with BARGAINS.
t ft w it
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
A. C SIM k CO.
W. J. liWBLL) Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Yard on Webb Street
Optsieite Hunt Freight Desd
We are prepared to furnish anything
in the Itimlier line ami can guarantee
prices to be as cheap, if not cheaper
than others. We also carry a large
line of Disirs, Windows and Moulding.
Parties oontemplat iug building will do
well to see us before placing their
orders. We also i.arry Cam-ado Ked
Kir wood. Phone Main Mi
hi VllstllJttT. t1ifpfi"arrltiiit of f inM4M r roo. h pitfall t'i. wi I iiil
1 tilt Srxal V star at at.
V H ttii'i-r, I hi n -'t 1 1 -I inn tif n f .nion Kron i ti i ji nil. i I uuii kir rural vihi ttfe.il
r tli-' i us ! it HiM Hi ih tiiliip if tin. hiii 1 1 ik. I.sistft Hesihiiud I as BHB eat I BV,
InIiis) In lite- HmcIi, MreeiliiNl ssilotl.iiie St ruma Pliemeei
- Ti-a. . . ineu-ne. iirmii... -. , m n..lss.l.
' t.h It If ii. I i lifs'hi-tl
SJMV SBWSV I I ..toiia al I litnn,.-. I.v ll.. v or i Itt. I. I'r. v .-tt i . .. .
TVJeeW '' ' u t" S" ' ii.al.irrli.eii an. I nil Ite. I. rriimif .. - ... I l- in 1 : . '.'nw 1 1. a
II v . r, Hie k i.t.i. n an.l tin urinary urgaut ul all lii..iiriu.'n. l f I in ...... , u,..lw
an.l r.lnre m.in I . m, , . , ,. .
I tin reason suiTSrers sr. .1 cure. I hjr Poetors lheru.a no ..r ..-.! are tnsit.inl with trtllllla
OrriPKNK t'.s . v known renin!. In rare wltlHiul -i upsra snu i. ,t tni. a wrliiea
(iiaranlee given an i mi.- . v r. inn . .1 if s ..lueauut ellivl a n nuaiitui . ura. Il.uu a nul.S hit SktSj
f mall, hemt fur rn k K . Irenl ir au.l lci.1 liiit.i. nils,
A.l.lmna . VOL Ml.lll INK ., I' O. Bol STS. Han FraiaStutt'aL
von -vis- hv r v i.i.m in .ten . tiiti'iiuix. I'stxui rnis, nHSieinM.
LOW DOWN I ANk IH!WS.
LACE LEATHER SUCTION HOSE
ROPES, STEEL CABLE, ETC : :
EVERYTHING - FOR - HARVEST
HANSFORD & THOMPSON,
II AKDWAKK MIROH VNTS
Main Strcel. Fcndlctun. Ore
- . J'J
toront.. i V3 v
I I WW
From Palace to Cottage
you will liml o n sii k of enrpels ggel
naMitljf nemprebenslyg to nseei tU epeel
il. ai loim. The Kugllab of Utle seeBseeesil
la tlila: We , .hi -'ipply you with mat
ling-; ruga uud cut pels for u -uninier eol
luge or g aIntel in ui-ion , can furnish the
very best to be bud anywhere, uud will
'barge you little m " than you w ill p iv
laetvbere for Inferior gradea.
Agent for While sew ing ma. bine.
l uilei liik. t-' supplies always on hand.
Hold SI. Cue
(IHO. OAHVIiAC, Prog
KHUdBtlyurDhHed Sleem. .Heated
i in nn an flan.
mi., k and a half frotsi dooot.
sen .i c ktoom In connection
mk 75c. $L(W
$.1.00 per Day and UpwardH
I Inest HttUl
In the I'a. in.
Also a dig list of town and
county property cheap.
Delivered Pioiuptly frtoes Kighi
fir aud i an.uiaiack Poalt
Woed ulot auu dry,
Ottics) rear.of Kaviugs Kank.
PKN DI.K ION , . OKKUOM
SpgaJeJ StUlllllOD given
Shop and Foundry
All kinds of ma. Liner) re
paired. Hraas and Iron
castings of all kinds made
on short notice
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Junction of Court and Alt Streets ! Special Kates to ha tern Oregon people vlsttlnj furtlaud. iteedquarUi
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For Health, Strength and (1
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