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BAu ft, ,.1pfl of newspapers, von-
Laj'inn hie nancrs can be obtained
rr, rni.R. OFFICE in juuu
PB..?!: nfflre hours. 10 to 12 a. SB.;
rn. M. T.. DB8PAIN BLOCK,
'tr j ,'" and Impaired . . beartn.
torretuj ".- -
SMITH, OFFICK OVBK THH
RftVlnM Bank. Telephone 80;
ct telephone 81.
-TABFIKLD, M. D., HOMEOPATH
S' '' . onynn. . Office In
'ZSmXT Telephone: Offlce. black
MsMence, black 24.
"SAM nOUBK.PHT8ICIAN AND
SKMiin W". Residence Phone Red 3B,
1 P M'FATJL. BOOM 17. ABSOCIA-
Uon block. Telepnone Main i.
ice teiepnoac, ww,
T M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
Tnfl Burgeon. specialties eyr, .
ad throat? Office Mn Savings Bank. bnlld-
, rnone mu
Offlce one block wists
Keyes A Keyes.
IDB. w" 'V," t . jiiim of
ana nr-rvoi - ."w.fr
ISs Mln Sts., Pendleton. Ore. Phone
Red 273. .
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND BU
inSniont makM comnlete ana reii-
ifTplans for bnlldlnra In the city or
country, iioom xi, juou uuu""
SHEER 4 POLE. CONTRACTORS ANJJ
builders. Estimates furnished on abort
lattice. Job work a specialty, tromtre
strvtce. unop on Mini ci. w
a a! may , contractor antj
kteds of masonry, cessent -walks,
walls, etc. Orders can be left at tne
Oregonlanolllcc.. . ,
MAPLE BROS.. COURT - tTEMWT, I
Dow Block, electricians, dealers In elec
Mral nnDllea. Honaea. store wired for
J litr llirhta holla or titlMihoAea. HlCCtrl
! bztnres. all kind. Get oar prises. Re
pair wora a specialty.
ORK00N EI.FCTRICAL WORKS. C. F. KINE
Prop. Corner of Main and Webb streets.
House and bell wiring neatly1 and promptly
aone. uive us atrial. All wore guaranteed,
rnone Kea 4U3. u. r. nine, rrop.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
MMEnCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOMB
Prop. Livery .feed and Boarding. All kinds
,-nnnts. Competent drivers. Opposite Ho-
renaieton. xeiepnone 10.
iPOT LIVERY. FEED AND SAjE8
itables. First class iln-le end double
3 ror an occasions. 027 Cotttnwood Ht.
cae. Main 7. Eviln Craig, Prop.
XTJ PTARLE8. T. W, AYBB3. PltOP..
Livery, feed and boarding. The- best
frpouts In the cltv. kt St.. between
tain and Cottonwood Bta. Phone. Main 10.
'KBGON FEED YART), W..- T. 30YNTON
rOP floeetRl earn Hvati tinraAa inft. with
en norses ieit
Phone Red 04
ma. iower weno street.
CAB8 AND CARRIAGES.
OTT CAB LINE. EBWIN BAKER. PROP.
Teiepnone Main 79, at the Depot Uvery
tjAiVu,(lITAN' DENTI8T, OFFICE IN
""Un mAUN DENTIST, IN ABSOCTA-
. Ter jr. i5. ciopton's onice.
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES.
. nwt Class. W. W. PtnrVun. Pr.m Ml
nonrn. C0IMaln8t Tel. Knfn lOfii.
W. R pnmui.. . 1
bher nf ihiaciL.urx,lKa PHOTOGRA
PhStw for t?.ei.c,tT. Harvest views. Indian
UnJLM ;?'' Plnlshlne done tar. ims-
278. uo,n Ht- near bridge. Phone. Bed
UwT"nm"AF5Y- . ATTORNEYS AT
-.. m payings uank building.
M lW. Ronm i J a OiAVimiaiB 41
leton, Oregon. Ax:ltlon block, Pea-
f . 0. T7A,r r... .' -
m lil I iv H : I . I . a HtfilAvianM a mm.
Jndd b, lld.nV iinr OFFICE IN
J)B In Asso
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Courfsl0, ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Ill
PoATTOBNEY AT tW.
"1KR A. PVV. rr L . r
"Mldlng. ' UA" OFFICE IN JDDD
SSw.N Mr ffiSSS, ATTORNEY
X.t Practice' V'l?? jH. been adalt
rtee ani? In United States natast
rfJfttMnf bS!inNTO TAKE OHARQK OF
P5 PorSSfh' 'P5 "eonrlty.
Soti, month. Inquire at Golden
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA WII.D
wood Camp, No. 203, meets second and
fourth Toesdny In each month In Odd Fellows'
Hall Mrs Ida Holcomb, Oracle; Mrs. Nettie"
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27. K. O. T. M
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. All vis
iting Sir Khlghta cordtalty Invited. J. 8.
Kees,' Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
BEDMEN DM AH ALES TRIBE, NO. 18
Meets every Tuesday night In Hen
drlck's ,Hall. Boy W. Rltner, Keeper of
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52,. A. P. and
A. M., meets flrst and third Mondays of
each month. Vlsltlnc brjtarin welcome. T.
J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe U. I'nrfccn, ,Sfc
rENDLETON CHAPTER, NO, 23 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., P. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets flrst and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PENDLETON COMMANDERY, NO: 7.,
Robert Forater, E. C, W. E. Carter, Sec
retary.. Meets flrst and' third Friday of
each month In 'Masonic Hall.
1IONEEBB OF THE PACIFIC Wlt
11am Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck'e Hall.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
, Pythias. J. F. Nowltn, C. C: B. W.
Fletcher. K. ot R. & Bi Meets evrry
Monday 'In Secret, Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
TutulllaCamp.No. C389. MeetS-arst-Asd
third Saturdays . of .each, aaonth . at Haa
drick's Hall.- Qeorjre ""A. Hamblla, Coa
sul ; G. A. Bobbins. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD BBGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W.
O. W;, are held In Bee ret Society ball every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
always welcome. J. P. Walker, Clerk, J,
P. Earl, C. C.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FIBST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, $50,000.:. surplus i sad
proflts, fSOOO. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In forelen and domestic exenanee.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president; T. J. Kirk, vice-president;
E. L Barnett, cashier: F. 8 LeGrow.
THE PENDLETON BAVINGS BANK,
.Pendleton, Oregon. Organized: .Marcn i,
1889; capital, $60,000; aarplna, $80,000.
htw arinwMl on time denoslra. El-
fhanir hnnrht anld on all nrlnclnal
do hits. Special attention given to colfec.
lions. W. J. Fornlsh, president; J. N.
Teal, vice-president; T. 3. Morris, cashier.
THE J FARMHSB BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Bxcaani
Exchange, booght and . solC.
'Jameson, 'president; Geo.
TkavpraaMeiit ;X- JU Kllayra, cashier ; di
rectors, u. a. uarnaan, m.. jounm, .
J. Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameses, u. vr. .rroeswn
7-. ... ' .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLS-
ton. Capiui $70,00: inrpios, fas.awo,
Transacts a venerai baaMna Duainess. 'ax.
change and telegraphic transfers sold j oa
Chicago,- San, Francisco, , New York ;aad
rtaclpal points; In' the northwest. Daarta
drawn on China, Japan and HaBspe.
fakca mllwtlnna on reasonable tenas.
Levi ' AblWhy, president: W. F. MatMck,
vice-president : c. a. waae, caanier; a. u.
Gnernaeyv assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE . HIGH1WT MAB
ket price for your hides, "pelts "and, all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, cine, rags and bottles, iron of
all kinds a specialty: Yon can bring la
do cents wortn oi oia ran or snip in
$000 worth of hides and will be treated
In the name way. We have come here to
stay. Give us a cal and you will be sans-
ed. L. Shank" & Co., offlce and warehouse
next. tP. Etstera Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Red 221.
ECO.ND HAND DEALERS.
GEORGE O'DANIBL, NEW AND SECOND
nana gooas oougnt ana o:a court er.
.Opera bouse block. Call and see me.
V. BTROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or second hand furniture,
stoves, granite 'ware and crockery, call and
get bis prices., No. 212 Court St
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO THE STOCK-
uoiaers oi the Pendleton woolen Mills that
a meeting will be held Tuesday.May 6th, 1802,at
the office ot the company, in Pendleton, Ore-
Kon.u p. m. js. x. juaa, president, r. a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE STOCK.
holders of the Pendleton Wool Scouring &
Packing Co., that's meeting will beheld Tues
day, nay u, iwu, at me onice oi the company in
Pendlteon, Oregon, at i p m E. Y. Judd,
iiAcsiucui, x, a. woptou, secretary .
JCELLAR BROTHERS, PLA8TERING AND
cementing. Cement walks a specialty. Es
timates furnished free. Work mmrntpnrt
Leave orders at Badley'B & Zohner's cigar store
maiU BUUUl, A . J IMJX AUA.
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of these classified columns. If vou .have
something you have no use' for, offer, to
traae it tor sometning mat some other
body niay have and have no use tor', some
wins; mut you may neea in your Business.
Ton may have .an extra horse that vou
aght wish to .trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Homebody may have the cow and vehicle
mmi want the horse. A fifteen or twenty.
ve cent want add will probably ,40 ta
OLD NBWSPAPBES TO PUT UNDER
bumbIa' as ahelvas. walla, or for arran.
ftmg nss-pssss. .Old newspapers In large
beadles of one hundred each at 25 cents a
tanile at te .EAST OBEGONIAN' oases,
"What nrc you crylnjr about, Sammy?"
"Well, if I'm born a duck I may go out an' get drowned,
chicken 1 can't go in' swimminc!"
WHEAT MARKET AT STAND-
STILL PRICE 53 CENTS.
No Wheat Being Bought for Export
Sugar Up 10 Cents a Hundred
Pounds Wool Market Is Weak.
No change is reported In the local
wheat market which has been at a
standstill since the .first of March.
The ruling price is 63 cents and the
fanners have taken all their holdings
off the market, absolutely refusing
to sacrifice at this price. Dealers,
seeing the impossibility of being able
to make a deal with the fanners, have
practically left the market and if
one is asked the price of wheat they
will answer by saying "I don't know.
It has been so long since I bought
any that I have quit trying to keep
up with the market." And as a mat
ter of fact, the exporters have
bought nothing for more than a
month, and the situation is character
ized as being lifeless. There is" none
offered and a decided slump in ex
port prices does not tend to infuse
any activity into the situation.
In speaking of the crop situation
for Washington, Oregon and some
forelra countries, the West Coast
Trade, published at Tacpma, says:
The crop situation is dependent al
most entirely upon developments in
the weather from now on. The
amount of reseeded acreage, placed
at 600,000 acres for Oregon and
Washington by those closest in. touch
with the situation, together with the
regular spring wheat area, will be
more susceptible to dry weather con
ditlons and the possibility of hot
Winds, but with reasonably favorable
weather the outrun, should crowd that
of last year, .because, of the increased
acreage, in wheat Beerbohm says:
"The total Australian wheat crop
may be estimated at ',950;000 quar
ters, against 6,850,300 quarters .last
year, and 5,450,000 quarters in 1901.
From India the latest cables indicate.
no Improvemeht in the crop. ptoS'
pects; it is, indeed, reported that 3
000,000 acres undei wheat m the Pun
jaub have been quite destroyed by
the drouth. The total area under
.wheat in the Punjaub is officially es
tlmated at 6,200,000 acres, about 3
000,000 of which have been saved by
artificial irrigation. Last year's acre
age was 8,700,000 acres. .It,. is, there
fore, not very probable that any. flhip
ments of importance will be forth
coming from India next season."
Sugar Up Ten Cents.
There has been no change since
last week In the price of sugar. The
quotations, a week ago today were
$4.90 for the best grade of granulated
sugar and today the same quality Is
quoted at $5. This is only a rise of
10 cents but is only the forerunner
for another rise that may be looked
for within the next few days. There
has been a war on between the Job
bers and refiners of this product and
this brought the price down to the
lowest notch It has reached within
the last several years, but they are
about to get their difficulties settled,
and when this is done this staple ar
ticle will again bound up to Its nor
mal figure, and possibly reach the
limit the other way. Sales, however,
will be light locally for some time to
come, for most everybody has laid in
a large supply while it was cheap.
Salt Remains Same Locally.
The price of salt has made another
Jump of 90 cents per ton for Btock
salt and $1.60 on table salt in the
world's markets, but this will not ef
feet the local dealers so that they
are going to make any advance
Stock salt will continue to be sold at
80 cents per hundred and table salt
Within the past two years the peri
odical advances in price of salt have
been phenomenal. Within 24 months
the coarse variety has advanced near
ly 500 per cent and the fine grades
nearly 200 per cent. Each rise has
left behind the hope In the hearts of
the consumers that it would be the
last, but that hope has gone glimmer
ing every time until at the present
time it is almost too expensive to
All this shows what a beneficiary
agent the salt trust. Js to Itself. This
trust has got its flippers so success
fully into all parts, of the , business !
an' it I'm born a
that when it says for salt to go up,
up it goes.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows tho prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips; 76c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 4? lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c
Onions, per cwt, $1.50 to $2.
Green onions, 25c doz.
Jeet8 per lb., lc.
Potatoes, per cwt, $1.50 01.75.
Apples, per box. $1.50.
Horae radish, 12c lb.
Q'rllck, laic lb.
Sweet potatoes, 6c per lb.
Sauer Kraut, 40c per galloa.
Pendleton Livestock anal Psultry,
Chickens, hens, per doz., $3.5004
Roosters, $3.50 to f 4.60.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per do., $3.69.
Ducks, per do., $3.76.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.60.
Eggs, 15c In trade.
Butter, 60 65c per roll.
Choice beet cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10.
Hogs, live, 5c ,
Hogs, dressed, 6c
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8a
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.00
per sack: do.. 16 lbs $1; best granu
lated, $5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs., $1.
Coffee Mocha ana Java, best, wc
per lb; next grade, 86c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 16c lb; package
coffee. 15c lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12tte per ft;
next' grade, 81-80 per lb.
Salt Coarse, 80c per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3.40 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's, $3.40 per bbl.
The Portland Wheat Market,
Portland, April 10. The Commer
cial Review, In its issue today, says
of the wheat market: The market
from a seller's standpoint Is' very
strong, but trade in general is very
slow. Holders have extreme ideas aB
to the value of their cereal, and are
not very anxious about parting with
their stocks at present obtainable
prices, believing that wheat wjll go
higher, and are now operating for
larger profits. Both the Willamette
valley and Eastern Oregon are pretty
well cleaned up, and the surplus
stock remaining for export at thqse
points is in strong hands, and buyers
will probably have to offer special in
ducements to get holders to let go
in tne srate or Washington some
good-sized parcels can yet be obtain
ed. In Walla Walla county there is
considerable wheat remaining unsold
In Whitman county, the banner coun
ty of the state, the stock remaining
unsold Is less than one-half million
bushels. In Lincoln and Adams coun
ties considerable wheat remains in
the hands of the farmers. Unless
holders dispose of their wheat freely
within the next 60 days tho carry
over on July 1 will be somewhat larg
er than last year. Exporters are un
able to pay the prices asked by hold
ers. As the cargo markets are weak
spot ships are not anxiously looked
for. Millers complain that they will
have to closo down their mills until
next season on account of the high
prices asked for wheat, and there is
no profit In milling the same at the
present prices they receive for their
flour, Tho market from now on will
be a listless and dragging one, and
an occasional ship will bo noticed as
having sailed for foreign ports, Un-
less a reaction should take place and
prices abroad materially advance,
tnat will enable the exporters to pur
chase stockB will remain unsold In
the country at prices asked. There Js
no change In quotations, club wheat
being quoted 62c; bluestem, C5c and
valley 04c, with buyers and sellers
apart on these figures,
San Francisco Wheat Market.
San Francisco. April 10, Tho
wheat market hero during tho past
week has been dull and weak. In sym
pathy with the Chicago markets,
where prices are even more depressed
than here, but the cheapness of shins
and the comparatively small stocks
of wheat on hand brougjit about a
slight reaction. The crop prospects
are very good, and with tho frequent
spring showers the crop may bo an I
average one. The outlook is not as
bright as it might be, but there is
no doubt the state will have a good1
crop for this' year. We quote shipping
at $1.10 to. $1.11 J4; nillllng, $1,12
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
Kansas City, April 10. Cattle
Steady; native steers, $2.25(0)6.80;
Texas and Itullnn steers, $4.5006.10;
Texns cows, $3.50?6; native cows
and heifers, $2.50(06.50; stockors and
feodcrs, $3.5035.35; bulls, $3.50Q
5.25; calves, $4.50516.
Hogs Market steady; bulk of snlcs
lO.eOO'e.OO; heavy, $6.85(017; packers,
$6.505?6.90; medium, $0.75S6.85;
light, $Ci6.75; yorkors, $6.60 6.76;
Sheep Market stoady; . muttons,
$5.250'5.85; lambs. $6.406.85; range
wethers, $5.40(g5.85; ewes, $4.90
Chicago, April 10. Cattle Market
strong; good to prime steers, $C.60(Q
7.30; poor to medium, $4.25'6.50;
stockers and feeders, $2.5005.25;
cows, $1.25(5)5.75; heifers, $2.5006;
canners, $1.250 2.40; bulls, $2.50
5.30; calves, $2.5005.85; Toxas-fed
Hogs Market weak; mlxod and
butchers, $6.67; good to cholco
heavy, $6.8507.07; rough heavy,
$6.6506.85; light, $6.5006.75; bulk
of sales, $6.75 0 7.
Sheep Sheep steady ; lambs,
steady; good to choice wethers, $5.35
5.75; fair to choice mixed, $4.50
5.70; Western sheep, $4.50 0 6; native
lambs, $4.7507; Western lambs, $5.25
The Great Dismal Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
Malaria germs. So Is low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere. These
germs cause, weakness, chills and
fever, aches in tho bones and musc
les, and may Induce dangerous ma
ladles. But Electric Bitters novor
fall to destroy them and cure malnri
lal troubles. They will SWroly
yent typhoid. We tried, man- remodle8
for Malarial and. Slwh ,j t.io
troubles," wrIVea John Charleston, of
"'""".Vi, O., "but never found any
lg as good as Electric BltteM
Only 60c. Tallman & Co.
If you want fine meats, go to
Shcwarz & Greullch. They handle the
best there is to be had.
Smoke Pendleton Boquet Cigars,
1. Ray & Co.,
Buy and tell
for cash or on margins.
New York Stock Exchange.
Chlcac Stock Exchaags.
Chicago Beard ef Trade.
trt Sjta-t, PvaxOlstaVa, Or,
"BEST OF EVERYTHING"
In a word this tells of tiie
passenger service via
8 trains daily between St. Paul
and Chicago comprising
The latest Pullman Sleepers
Peerless Dining Cars
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reoliuhig Chair Cora
The 20th Century Train
THE NORTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs every day of the year
FINEST TRAIN IN TIIE WORLD
Electric Lighted Steam Heated
TO CHIOAqO BY DAY LIGHT
The Badger State Express, tho finest
dav train running between St. Paul
and Chicago via the Short Line: con
nections from the West made via
The Northern Pacific,
ureai rortuern, ana
Canadian Pacific Rys.
This' Is the best line between Omaha.
St. Paul and Minnesota. All agents
sell tickets via "The Northwestern
W. Hf MEAD, H. L. SISLER,
. A. T, A,
248 Alder St., Portland, Ore.
1 time IN)
2 'times 3
1 week 45o
week; 25 cents a tine per month. ,i
dspast Time Seheauls abjuts
ros From Pei.Slston raoat
Chicago- Bait Lake, Denver, Ft,
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special aaa City. 8t Louis, Ckl-laSa, b.
530 p m cagoand East,
laa;tOD. Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan
5:15 a. m. saa City, St, Louis, Chi-11:10 p. si.
via Hunt- cago and East,
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lswlston.
Fast Mail 8pokane.Wallace.Pull.
8.15 a. m. man, Minneapolis, St. 530 p. as.
Tla Paul, Duluth, llllwan
Spokcne. koe, Chicago and East.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
8:00 p. m. For Ban Francisco 4 p. ra.
Ball every 6 days.
except Columbia Hlvsr
Sunday i p a
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way undlrf
, Baturday Landings, '
I 10 p.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stage ot water permitting) for Willamette im
Yamhill River points.
Rlparla Snake River Lswlatoa
4:05 a.m. 70a. at.
Dally Rlparla to Lswlston. Dally
F. F, WAHBLBY, Agent, Pendleton.
Pullmmn Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cfw;
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points East and South
Through tickets is japan and China, via
Tacoma and Northern Pacino BtsaBusJn do.
and American line.
Trains leave Pendleton dallv axoant Hnndar
at 6:00 p. m.
Va fil.H.n. lnlA.M.(lAn . I .. . - ' -
" .u.ftuv. .uiu.u.iiuU) MiAiv ua.rua, inaaa,
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams. Pea'
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. CHARLTON,
inira ana Morrison nts Portland, Ore,
For Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
shs uiiy, ai, joe, umana, anu
All Points East and South
Portland and points
ou the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Hondav. Wedneadiv ni
Friday liaa am.
Anfve Pondleton Tuesday. Thnradav mm
Saturday 9 M am;
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound 1040ms,
Arrive Walla Walla dally west bound 9M m.
For Information renrdlnv rata anil imam.
modatlons, call on or add res s
I'sXnn laXta-kn flrasaa
wans walls, wash.
Pfc&J CURE YOttRSElFI
'cCHEsH ..Um Bta for uaaateraf
0uimIm4 jM Irritations or ulomUoM
Lftt ta atrl.tur.. (if m Anna- r.i u...
IfriMBU Mouiien. Painless, and not astnat
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'IrvsUr al m isms..