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STOPS AUQUST 15
Dont Fail to See
Us and Qet a Pair
of Shoes for
For House Wear
ft t ft
Practical Moot and Hhoe Mm,
Jas. A. Howard. Farm loans.
"Iird Haltiniore" stationery. NolfV.
Hack (or Teal springs, telephone
Hiy your window shades at
$1 aliirt waists, now 4We. Cleaver
Hroa. Dry Hoods Co.
ft duck units, now $L'.9H. Cleaver
Hroa. Dry Hoods Co.
Have your pictures framed ; latest
styles at Murphy 'a.
New deaigna in wall paper at
Murphy'a paint store.
We are closing out fruit JlN at Boat
at the Standard (troeery Co.
You can aave money now hy buy inn
your jars at the Standard grocery.
Kirat class wheal pasture I Of tattle
ami horses. Inquire of Pater West.
' summer goods to rloae at 12'..
per yard. Cleaver Hroa. I)ry Uoodi
Midsummer sale of wash g I", one-
half price. Cleaver Bros. I'ry
IxMt Between 1'endleton ami I'll.;
Kock, a pair of Hue shoes. Kinder
please leave at this olflce.
Sunday, August 4, was the twelfth
anniversary of Spokane's lug Ore,
which occurred on August 4, IfH
Ice cieaui for parties and lodgl
aociablea at special prices, quality
guaranteed. Candy Dutton.
For aale ft-rooni house. Corner lot,
H6U. House and '.I lots, ehoiie IOB
tion, north aide. F. . T. Wwie
The Owi Tea House ad wan overlook
ed yesterday. They are closing out
one line at it price that makes buying
Crescent bicycles on the installment
plan at the Crescent agency in the Kant
Oregon ian building, payments $1 a
week, no intereat.
The Peoples Wareiiouae has just re
ceived er express a handsome assort
ment ol men's summer neck wear, M
ami otic each lor the newest novelty.
E. J. Murphy has now the most
complete line oi wall papers and bord
ers ever ahown in I'endleton. All the
lateat sliailea ami designs. Von
should see the stock.
2 ).. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says: I wax
troulded with constipation until I
bought DeWitt's Little Bail) R leers
Since then have been entirely eured ol
my old complaint. I recommend them.
Tall man & Co.
The business ottice of the Northwest
Livestock and Woolgrowers' Journal
baa been removed from tin- Matlock
hnildiiig on Court street, to to'- I Hal
recently vacated hy h. W Mil
in the postotlice building, Main
At bed time I lake a pleasant barb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
ami my complexion is heller. If J
doctor aaya it. acts gentlv on the
stomach, liver ami kidneys, ami a "
pleasant laxative. It is made from
herb, and is prepared as easil .
lea. It i called Lane's Medicine
Lane's Family Medicine inoi.
bowels each da '
For aale bv Talman A Co. . sole aganU
A marriage license was Issued loilay
to (leorire O Campbell and Miss Ktta
V. A. Kastnian and wife have pur
chased from I'rancis J, Bacon and wife
their farm on McKay creek, two and
one-half miles from I'endleton. The
price pa id was t.'SIXX).
Dr. M. H. Walker, palmist and
medium, can read your entire life, lo
cate mines, advise- in business affairs,
marriages, love, makes peace between
Mhlag hearts. Located in tent near
Oi It. V Ni depot. A few days only.
Mrs. B, II. Allport. Johnstown, I'm.,
says: "Otlf little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. Tie- doctors said
she ooaldn'l live hut she was instantly
relieved hv One Minute Cough Cure.
Tall man Co.
Deputy Sheriff W. B, Cool, who wa
shot by William Steffen Sunday, at
Moscow, Idaho, while attempting to
arrest him. died Monday, as the result
of the bullet wound in bis hip, the
bullet having penetrated the alslomi
nal cavity, thus causing internal
If the action of your Imwels is not
easy and regular serious complications
must he the final result. PnWitt's I, ft
tla Knrlv Riltfl will remove this dan- '
ger. Safe, pleasant and effective. Tall-
man A Co.
The first arrest this season for viola
tion of (lie game Ian made Mon
day by the Albany deputy game war- i
den, who caught John M. Neebam !
while shooting a Chinese pheasant.
He was taken before a justice, and up
on pleading guilty, was lined $1' and ,
Mrs Alice smith, deputy organiser
of the Ladies of the Maccabees, has;
been officially notified that Dr. l'.lla .1. j
Fifield of Tacoma has been appointed
medical examiner for the Pacific coast
of that order. Mrs. Fifield was in
I'endleton on a fraternal visit a few
months ago him I made many friends in
A young man about h years of age,
named B. It. Moore, is wanted in
Linn county on a charge of forgery.
Moore had been working in I. M.
Wiley's saw mills, near Lebanon.
When he piit work Mr. Wflev gave
him a check for $H on Jerome Smith.
Moore raised it to S) and then pres
ented it for payment.
One of the most notable comeits
that has ever been before the United
State" land oflice at Oregon City is
that against entrvmen of some III, (MX)
acres of timber land in Tillamook
county. Two railroad companies and
1(X lipid icants have tigured in the mat
ter. Fraud is the ground of the con
test, It being alleged that tin-entries
were procured to lie made in the inter
art of a oaatblaation or syndicate head-
d by Claude Thayer, a Tillamook
Heorge iilh'tt anil
home Tuesday from
Straat Fair and Carnival.
For the i: I k x Street Fair ami Carni
val ill Tacoma, the Washington V (!o
I it in n i .i railway, in connection with
the Northern Pacific, will sell tickets
August ."i I i Tacoma and return for ',
good returning to August It) The
Northern 1'aclflc iias la-en declared
tin- otlicial route hy the Spokane Klka
ami an excursion train will leave Spo
kane. August It, with alsuit 400 Flks
for the carnival.
The largest ami best line
of leather dusters vrr
"lislayeil in iVinlletun
Necessity for Sunday Observance
Argusrt by a Correipondent.
To the Kditor. - Mr. I'otwine's
"protest" in Monday's paper is well
argued ami to the point. Not only
should a "minister oi the tiospel" or
other "Christian man" protest, hul
all duty-loving cititens should lee I
bound to throw around the little con
sidered rights cii the huge army ot em
ployees all the protection possible
both of opinion and law.
That such protection is necessary, in
order to ensure the certainty ol a
sreekly rest day, the history oi the
downtrodden, hopelex- laborers, who
inhabit the cantons oi Hwitierland
where no legal obstruct ion to Sunday
labor exists, amply testifies; lor in
these plaies. some being touiid willing
lo do seven days' work to get the seven
days' wage, all find themselves com
pelled to do it, or bate their jobs'
I am told that such is the case also
in all other countries where no legal
restriction to work on Sunday obtains.
Mr. I'otwine is also right in urging
the evil iniluence on any communis
especially the rising generation, there
of, where a laxity in the decent ob
servance ol Sunday prevails.
Ii may indeed not be possible lo
make men "good by law" yet since in
their effei t on others notabh tin
young -gixsl habits however induced
are prelerahle to the aliseuce ot both
principles ami habits it fallows that
wiae citizens invoke ii necessary, the
aid ol the law H sustain in a commun
ity the usages, n not the principles,
i. ' those whom it is our duty to
train, such usages are 01 vital import
ance, the vine, however lieallhy and
enriched, seldom it ever grows upward,
unless surrounded hy restrictions
which entice or force it in that direc
tion. Again, i' those- the seventh day or
s.iturd.ti observers knowingly oppos
ing the general and legal custom,
bring on themselves loses or annoyance
limliug u difficult to meet the re
tiiiirements ot both law and con--i-ienee),
it is a matter to be deplored,
out does not luruish valid ground lor
removing those ancient landmarks,
which have, lor so long past, helped
In hedge our voiitlis i mm the "broad
wav that ieadeth to destruction," and
to differentiate the civilixatiull Ol a
Christian community trum the license
ot Heathendom. NKMO.
For sale I70OO ideal home. Modern
ten room housu, L'ii lots, north side.
1.. T. Wade.
TALLMAN & CO
UOAHD UK hUU ALI.A I ION
I lie Con my Hum I Of KiUhatlon ol Uma
tllla couul? 1 lier.lo called to meat at tile of
lioe ol tbu I'oUUt) i .oii W I) I'ljauiU-rlalii,
oi I til IMHIBI on M.iulay, Augu.t Mi, IMH, ami
ooatiaas In eu.iun lor ill is) days, sad pub
holy aaaattas iik atiuin mll, ami cor
rati all srrors in valuaiietu. ur quallui - of
Unilv, lou or other urupcrly
The taxpayer, will save Ihsauelres mucli
rouble II Hi- -, will appe.r at the lime and
pla - apsjliiUHl ant u vaiumc iti.tr him iui-ui
in tli roll before tin- Hoard adouriin, a- uo
corrt'i I lou. can be wad. aller that lluiu by in
wwHir in County t'ouri If Ills taxpayer thaw
in ii have lo-. a. iMuenl i or re led when it Is
ii In. power to do so. it mull be ai.uiaed Unit
aduill- its ooi i
En HI .A.N
Will Roeeeh earns
I ehnian springs.
Fred Taylor is getting along nicely
with an attack of typhoid fever.
Miss Mollie Leete ha- accepted a po
sition as bookkeeper in the office of
Drs. 0. J. Smith ami T. M . Hender
son. John Vert left on the Tuesday even
ing train for a trip to I'nion and Hnk
Shorty Weir, tiny Huff and Frank
Caviness left on (be train last night
for Portland, ami will probably go on
to Health' and Tacoma.
Mrs. Jane Hartman and her grand
children, Cressie and Jim BtOffjil,
have gone to Bingham Springs to re
main lor several weeks.
Thomas Monteith of Portland is a
guest at the Hotel I'endleton. He
will succeed .1. C. Mohr in charge of
the dress goods department at A lev
ander A lloxter'e.
J. I). I-'I-1 connected with the
right-of-way department of the O. It.
A; N., passed through Pendleton Tiles
dav evening on his way to La (irande
and Baker City.
Miss .lennic Beatie, who has spent
the summer in Buffalo and other
tntvns in the east, came home this
he rning. She was at the exposition
lor a good portion of the time.
Miss Mary Kees has resigned her po
sition as clerk at the general delivery
I window of the postotlice. Her MM0M
sor is Miss Mamie Walker, who has
already assumed her new dil ies.
0. W. (tales, O. K. A N. agent of
i Adams, came down from there last
eveniug and took the train for the
i'.e' tiiis morning with the expectation
ol heing awav for a month.
Miss Bess Switxler left Monday nighi
for Portland, and after a visit tber
will go to Victoria, H. (;., for a pleas
ure trip. She will bf absent three
weeks from Pendleton.
Walla Walla Union: .lames A. Hol
man and Miss Marv Bates, residents
of Umatilla county, Ore., were yes
terday united in marriage in the 0OM
ot the justice oi the peace, William
('ass Kogers ol Butler creek who has
iieen at the Pendleton sanitarium for
a week, will leave Saturday morning
for Hoi Lake, Union county. While
there be will take a tlip out to look at
the stock (arm of C. B. Wade.
Mi Ktta Hotter ha returned from
Portland, accompanied hj Miss Carrie
Adler, daughter ol Carl Adler, ol Bak
er City. Miss Adler will remain in
Pendleton for a visit as the guest of
Mrs. Max Haer.
Mr. and Mrs. Judd Kogers oi Kcho
are in Pendleton the former having
come up to see his father, L. C. Kog
ers, who is at the Pandltton Mnltar
iiim. Mrs Kogers is not in the bttl
ol health and wili he taken to McDoflto
spiings on the middle lotk d tin .loliu
Day river, for an outing.
Charles Wilkin-, Indian agent, left
this morning for Newport, on the
coast, where Ins family are to remain
fur a month. Chief Clerk Bobbiai
will attend to tin- affairs of the agency
during the absence of Mr. Wilkins.
Miss Sadie Baum, a teacher in the
public schools, returned on Tnc-dav
night from the east. She left with the
Portland Telegram party two months
ago and after visiting the Pan-American
exposition went on to New York,
Philadelphia, Washington, D ('.,
and other eastern cities, having a de
lightful time withal.
Mrs J. W. Yandell returned on the
W. cV C. K. train this morning after
an absence of six weeks at Victoria
and other cities on the sound. Sin
was accompanied home by Miss Yan
dell, her sister-in-law . Miss Nellie
lay, who went with Mrs. Yandell on
the trip, returned to Pendleton several
lays, Mrs. Yandell stopping off at Ll
lensburg, Wash., for a visit.
Siiinnter American: Kev. (J, S. fu
nis, Ph. D, D. D. ol the Mainline
university, St. Paul, Minn., examin
ed the snippier district the past week
in tin interest of a big Minnesota syn
dicate. Dr. 1 ii ii I h was the pastor and
instructor at Hamlinc university dur
ing Hie years IKMU-IKrlA when Kev. I).
M Shannon was studying (or the inin
istry." Mr. Minis is known lo a num
ber of Pendleton s'ople.
Mr. and Mrs. William Koench and
.Miss Freda Koescb left this morning
lor California. Mr. and Mrs. Koescb
will remain for a month. Miss In da
will spend the summer visiting with
her parents in several cities and beach
resorts, and at the heginiiiug of the
school year will matriuhite at either
the state university at Berkeley, or at
the Mill.- girls' school at Oak I ami
Miss Koescb Ibis spring graduated
from the Pendleton academy with an
unusual record in scholarship and in
tends to take a full lollegiate course
before ending her school days. Will
and Bismark Koosch wilj remain in
I s -- --
LIVHLY AT LKHMAN.
Frakor ft Sharon, Kealers In Kasy and
Lehman Springs, Aug. 0 'Spatial
corrcsMiidence. With the addition of
aisiut ."Ml people on Sunday the camp
has become livelier than ever. There
are about "Jt0 here in all, ami more
The weather is the beat that could
lie prayed for. Hood water and moun
tain air go to put life into the entire
The favorite amilseineiile are concert
hv Sharon's brass band at 4 a. m.
every morning. After breakfast bowl
ing and . r n-i photographing by
Harry Warren and Roy Bbnlfao ;
swimming and duckiug in the psjl at
4 p. m.
Fraker e Sharon are sole agents for
practical and easy jokes; jokes fur
nished in any style at all hours of the
day and night.
The principal feature of the evening
is dancing, there Iwing aliout -" coup
les of voting people here now.
deal of water. A little precaution re
garding diet, the observance of hygien
ic rules and an abstinence from the
Mi ol polluted water will prevent any
epidemic such as might come other-
DO YOU REMBMBKR THE MID WAT I
.labour to Bs In Astoria This Sumnisr at
I'endleton pen le will scm rely re
coguir.e the inflowing description ol the
"Oreat Oriental Midway Show-" that
were here last summer as a part Of the
street lair and harvest carnival. It is
taken Irom the Astoria Budget, that
announces Jabnu'i shows as having
been contracted for hy (ten. L. Hut
chin, well known here:
"Mr. .labour's shows are as lolloa-s:
Mnnagerie ami trained wild animal
circus under the direction ol Colcnel
Maniel Boone, the greatest living ani
mal trainer in the world the antics of
his dumb actors exemplify the tables
ot Aesop, Streets ot Cairo, Oriental
Theatre, Proirctnscnpe or Moon pic
tures exhibition, Herman Village,
Lunette or F.gyptian (llii'inn, Street
oi all Nations, Mexican Theatre, Al
gerian MOMttC and theatre, and the
Mill WCV Plaissance with its omgrcsss
ot fhrilling tree hows that are the
most famous in the amusement w rld
"Prominent among the people with
the .labour shows arc, Hhiek Pad jl
Lafharlff, the whirling dervish who
nimli' a pilgrimcge to Mccra and ll
decorated with' the Sacrfd green hod.
an ensignia oi distinction in the lb.lv
Laiwf the three Austin Sisters whose
marvelous traper.e act bus proven a
thrilling attraction fof the mvalty Of
F.urope and proved a great drawing
curd lor two vear- in Hie land of the
Montezuma!-: I ilimn, th" Bgyptlail
i princess who gives a delineation n the
sacred and Natb nal dances nl the
Nile, and noted troupes ol Btdoitlni,
Itash-lhuniiks, Singabse. TuolclatM,
Fast Indians. Hindoos, Japs. Sri. in-,
Algerians, S itch bagpipes, Tyrolean
singers and others. "
On account of departure I offer lor
sale mv private house, corner .lolmsoii
and Webb stree', containing eight
rooms, also a four room cottage ami
two lots near school house.
I. s.;i IRMAlf.
AO-Hi .INI head of cow-, califs ami
vearlings, .n out 70 head ol heel cattle
in the hand ; also, the finest HlBIBtCT
range in the mountains for sale.
Terms, half cash, balance in one .ear.
This is a bargain. Inquire at this
VETERANS 0f: SPANISH WAR
Moating Salt l.ako august in to Ift r"n
dloton Bx-Sotdlsrs Will Not Attend,
sjska Haai iirHimnian was ill receipt I
today of a press dispatch as fol low .
"Washii.gti..,, Attg. 7. The ''
sarv oi the Amrlcai , . -u-ation ol
nila on -M.gn-t 18, MM, will be n I -hrated
at Salt Lake Oil ', 1l.,l,','"n"
veternns on Aagaai M.M aOdlO.
ThC dispatch a sbown to Char le- I.
FergU-on. one of the members Ol 0IM
pativ D, lormod hCfC, and Who serve.
Ibr.aigboiit the war in the islands, and
be gave this Information i
"It is to bC a meeting "I WO v. e
ans of the Spani-h war in tbe I hili'
nlnCC, the organization being cunpo-ed
mostly of we-tem men Only Penn-y
vania'was repreente,l from east 01 ( ol
ondo. It met last venr for ergfliiua
tion at Menver. This i to be the MJ -ond
session. Oeneral Male is the
president, ami (ieiieral Owen HommcfC,
oi the Second Oregon regtmeiil of vol
unteers, is vice-president Oeiieral
Summers desirfd to secure ,i 00d at
tendance from Oregon, and nire.l I
low rate for I special car. But the
bos seemed not anilOttl to go, and 1
nndarctand Ihern will be representa
tion from onlv Salem and Portland.
irrliiii.l uomtHin mention lor i.exi
v. ar, and Del era!
an effort to nee .r-
.lames White, BrvaiH-vilie
D Witt'. Witch Muxel s.,
rannlna m on ' lb leg
snlb-red II lear-. M K tore tail
i II III IIP iV 1
I lo help
JUST THINK OF
coiiaty are Bstag
them. All tins a
a i'it i pitta li'
Whips, sweat pw
leather. Ii tit- ivi
in r mm liu
.mill la use
aafl are al,
I'. We i-arr;.
A' all klml.
LaaeMag HarMaa ami 'addicry.
i will close out inn
w hi rs ...
Ice Cream Freezers at
a discount ol j per
The White Mountain
is so well advertised
thfOngfa all tin leadinu
manaim:s that it Meeds
no lurther i iniiineiU.
Owl Tea House.
Jelly (iiasses a dozen
For the Dog Days
We can make life endurable
during these hot days if you will
consult us about your FOOT
How about a pair ol ()
FOKDS OK' NIC I. LK.H1 1 AN
SHOES? Tb) will balp uu da
fy the hot weather.
REMEMBBS Tills is HOI
A STORE WHERE THE
PRICE CHARGED POR COOL
SHOES WILL MAKE l
50c A PAIR.
Mid Summer Sale
u Si ill Going: 0a... .
wheel., or jul ropn
our., aad srs da all
and In the b -i i
Ures la naj . im Ih
Kiel mil lottad ii
rattle tnat nun SJ Ire
uk lie your u-irk nil
It I. and leo - aj
Ilk' III!'-. Is ll -1 I 1 1 1 v of
rspaii voir, laafoaaalf
-tanei e?o put on
eairiauvs we repair
aaaa oi ihai atinoylus
! purl. II raa have
i'aa api'ii i late hov smnI
- eont I-
Kruptiuns, cuts, burns, se.dds mid sores
of all kinds quickly healed hv MsWilt's
Witcii Hasel Salvo. Certain cure lor
piles. Ileware of counterfeits. Be sure
you get the original DeWitt's. Tall
man A Co.
BARGAINS IN 8H0E8
We are closing out
Men's Tan Shoes
All Short Lines
t ouie tuid examine giaxb. unit get prioeo.
THE PENDLETON 8N0E CO.
Wiu. Kitzgoruld, Mtuiagur.
several Uasos are Undor tho Lspo ot tho
The ruuior that tiiere were a great
many eases of typhoid iover in this city
hae attracted the attention of u nun.
her, reuniting in au investigation.
After interviewing a majority of the
physicians of this city it may' be stat
utl that there are preseuut from to
&J cases in (own. Muriug the epidem
ic in I silo at one time there were Bon
than in-1 hi..-.-. So lar as could be
learned every one, witli one possible
exception, of the cases now under
treatment . contracted while the
one afflicted was not using city water.
A majority uf the uaaua are of (arm
bauds, who contracted the disease
while workiug duriug the extremely
warm weather and drinking a great
The Peoples Warehouse
TMli FITTERS OF FEET.
716 Main Street. Pendleton, Or
Help or Situation
C F. look's Eroplojment Ajjencj
Comer Main ami Alta Street.
TRUC K I N ( i,
8 T O R A ( ; EC.
CR0WNER & SON.
Uaity Kaat Uicguuia i, Uohvoroil
Camai, only 13 cents a w.iek
Sopt. 23-28, 1901
Industrial I air
BIO LlVli STOCK
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ROaiUM hi IL0INQ h ki:v gVBJ
IM, VM III HQ li l (I)
lie. Ill .
Ipaelal Rates ea eaiui.-!.' riakaa
QaaMtaad Hnu ram fiaillti
Reduced Katcb on all KailrouU.-.
Kor Kurlliei t'urli. ulers, Aililrua
af, ii. m 1-.1K1M. .. purtlaadi
A. C. SHAW It CO.
Yard on Wold, hireet
Opuoaiu, Hunt Hreight l,H)t
We are prepared to furnish auvthin.
in the lumber In,,, and can uar.
prices to be as cheap, (f not cheaper
than others. We also carrv a large
line of Doors, Windows aud Moulding
Parties contemplating buildiuir will ,1,.
well to aee us lMforr placim, kksi.
orders. We also carrv 1V...1.. u ,
hit wood. l'lioue Man,
ST. JOE STORE
PAIRS LADIES, MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES, Worth
$1.50 TO $3.5
THIS WKKK ONLY.
Do not "i8 this golden opportunity.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
Shadea. Curtain Poise
la .1... ..I ...
17, ,,, tunc, im .iiiraction anil
arvee nnimual attention. 'h,
ur you intend to hirnLth V flll- I a
J -"S g
Bompleta or just "mplu.
:itC rif n (i U nawjasu
......... , , we s III 1 rsv rt ...
tins is vour ODDortuairii ,,.
twenty hv- dinereni styles ot
Dreaaers, Comtnodee, Parlor
itiriiw f'urtwili M..: ...
111111- 1 .11. 1111 mrc . .
Mirrtirs. I'it: Hirers, 1 iat Cabs, (m-Carts
Mnin an A IA LL e,
TTi. ; . r.
T" -r:JhS, AJJ
From Palace to Cottage
you win Bnd oar etook of eenajji
eientiy uomprehaniltfe toeHMili
it .... 1...... mi... ss 0 , ....
lie. II Mill 1. lilt' 1,11" I,, tl.l- .1.1
in Ibis: We eiiii .uunlv immi ...lit. ....
I llltr-i: rillH lllld e ll-net- l..r ,.
t.i, ii. 111- ,1 u ... 1 1 a 1 .
... iiii-moii. I'HIl llinilNtl
very best lo Im- bud any when', ami
ilium ynu utile 111 in thiui visisill
eleewhen fm Inferior radee,
Airenf for While Mwila najkjBji,
10 ur iiLi.i. - 1 l.
njcaac r uii in
The raria Etpo.ltlim
hiu i I- ih. iioiu
M.Jal Awunl u
(. ' (' nn
jklan . it r. Ii I At
N. . tri l . nt l;tl
no.il hv lull.', nl II. Ml D I
The Louvre Saloon
ESIILETON . OnMHi
ItAll IN ("ONNKCTION
IN L'ENTEKOF BLOCK
BET. rVLTA WBBBUW
WIhmi you tlrink
F. X. SCHEMPP, Pirn
i . m e . ere. m k . m t m m a . . SH
111! III1. Ill II I
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in ii iii. i ill i 1 1 r i
Ask for it.
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