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There's no season when good
medicine is so much needed as in
Spring, and there's no medicine
which does so much good in Spring
as Hood's Sarsaparilla. .
Do not delay taking it.
Don't put it off till your health
tone gets too low to be lifted.
Will give you a good appetite,
purify and enrich your blood, over
come that tired feeling, give you
mental and digestive strength and
Be sure to ask for HOOD'S, the
best medigine money can buy. It is
Peculiar to Itself
Bad Feelings In Spring' "In the
tpring I was leeling very badly. My blood
was very poor. I began taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It did me much good. I
think it Is a wonderful spring medicine and
recommend it to all sick and suffering."
Ethel L. Bean, Eaton Center, N. H.
"What nonsense," exclaimed Mr.
MeektoD, as he tossed aside the heart-to-heart
talks page. "What utter non
sense!" "'Jo what are you referring," in
quired his wife.
"To the assertion that a woman
need not expect a man to pay her as
much attention after they are married
as he did before. I am absolutely
sure, Henrietta, that I mind quicker
now than 1 ever did.
An Inactive Liver, Stomach Dis
orders, Sick Headache and other
ills arising irom an imperfect
digestion Hre cured bv 6ABFIKIO
TEA which is made from HERBS.
Encouragement for the Struggling.
"Well, asked the artist, rubbing his
hands, "what did your wife think of
your portrait when you got home?
"Ob, said old Mr. Fackenham,
handing out a check for the amount he
had agreed to pay, "she told me she
still had confidence in me and didn't
believe I was half as bad as I was
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Brorao-Quinine Tablet.
the remedy that cores m cold In on elmy
The Other Side.
Mother But. ,my dear, it isn't al
ways the prettiest girl who gets the
Homely Daughter Perhaps not; but
she has the most chances to."
A NEW ACCOUNT BOOK
Of Particular Interest to Threshermen and
Eussell & Co., of Portland, Ore., the
largest dealers in machinery on the
Pacific Coast, have just issued at con
siderable expense a neat and very com
plete account book- for up-to-date
thresheimcn, etc The books are lor
free distribution, and all people who
want them should write immediately
to Eussell & Co., Portland, Ore.
Agent Have yon seen our new an
tomatio gas burner?
Householder Thanks, but we are
already burning gas enough.
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever
used for all affections of the tiiroat and
lungs. Wm. O. Endslky, Vaubureu, Ind.,
Feb. 10, 1900.
Population of Ohio's Cities.
Ohio's cities and towns gained 486,
021 in population during the last 10
years, or 792 more than the increase in
the rest of the entire state.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 60c.
A Long River.
Long rivers drain a large territory
of country. The Ganges is nearly 1600
miles in length, and drains an area of
750,000 square miles.
The liability to disease is greatly
lessened when the blood is in good con
dition, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
is promptly carried out of the system ;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
fermentation would take place, the
blood become polluted and the consti
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
made exclusively of roots and herbs.
No other remedy so thoroughly and
effectually cleanses the blood of im-
purities. At the
same time it builds
up the weak and de
bilitated, and reno
vates the entire sys
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blood and skin troubles.
Mr. E. E. Kelly, of Urban, O., writes:
"I had Eoaema on my hands and face for
five years. It would break out in little
white pustules, crusts would form and
drop off, leaving the akin red and inflam
ed. The dootors did me no good. I used
aU the medicated soaps and salves without
benefit. 8. B. S. cured me, and my skin
is as clear and smooth, as any one's."
Mrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cape May, If.
J., sava that cwentv -one bottles of &. 8. 8.
cured her of Cancer of the breast. Doo
tors and friends thought her case hope
Richard T. Gardner, Florence, S. C,
suffered for years with Boils. Two bot
tles of 8. S. S. put his blood in good con
dition and the Boils disappeared.
Send for our free book, and write
oar physicians about your case.
Medical advice free.
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After nearly thirty years of constant
effort and great expenditure. It Is ascer
tained that the earth's diameter
through the equator is 7,920 miles; its
height from pole to pole, 7,809 miles.
In Germany a furnace has been in
vented Intended for burning low-class
fuels, such as lignite and peat, and In
which the combustion is intensified by
turning into the lire-the gaseous mix
ture obtained by the evaporation of
liquid air. The nitrogen Is Hrst set free
and the residue, containing at least 50
per cent of oxygen, is sent Into the fur
nace. Recently a new light system has been
Introduced Into the village of Sininoz
heim in Wurtemberg. From a large cen
tral petroleum reservoir the oil from
which the light Is produced Is distrib
uted to the different lamps through
copper tubes; the petroleum is then va
porized by special apparatus and burn
er. A large lighting plant of this system
Is to be put in the railroad shops at
In this era of "world empires" inter
est in the sun's empire is hardly sur
prising. An English Inquirer seeks to
learn Its size, and points out that three
well-known comets of short period have
orbits extending beyond that of Nep
tune, while one comet of long period
Donatis has a period of nearly two
thousand years. If this last named
comet really moves about the sun, it Is
calculated that the diameter of the
solar system must be nearly 60,000,000,-
Prof. Boutan has succeeded In making
snap-shot photographs of fish in the sea
at a depth of about nine feet'. His plan
is to let down into the water a white
sheet, and then attract the fish in front
of it by a Judicious distribution of
toothsome bait The object of the pro
ceeding Is to increase our knowledge of
the movements of fish when not con
strained by artificial surroundings or
confinement It has been proposed to
lower cameras two or three miles in the
sea and make photographs there by
flash-light but the enormous pressure
at such depths would, it is objected,
crush the apparatus.
It has been averred that but for the
saltpeter furnished by the Mammoth
Cave of Kentucky and by some smaller
limestone caverns the United States
would have been unable successfully to
wage the war of 1812. Even during the
Civil War these cave supplies of salt
peter were largely utilized for making
gunpowder. Recently the question of
the origin of cave saltpeter has been
discussed anew in the Journal of Geol
ogy, and W. H. Hess, dissenting from
the view that the saltpeter deposits are
due to the formation of guano by bats,
holds that they have originated from
the evaporation of water which, as it
percolated through the roof of the cav
ern, absorbed nitrates from the soil.
Russia authorities are displaying re
markable energy In connection with the
utilization of Popoff's wireless tele
graphic system.' All the lighthouses in
the Black Sea are to be provided with
this apparatus, and several stations are
to be erected on the shore, so that com
munication may be maintained between
the shore, lighthouses and the war
ships within the radius of the electric
waves. Two hundred complete installa
tions of the apparatus were recently
dispatched to Vladivostok and Port
Arthur, and the work of fitting out the
Russian warships in the Pacific is to
be carried on with all possible celerity.
The two ports are also to be connected
by the establishment of intermediate
stations along the Korean coast
How the Discovery of the Preventive
Vir-a Was Made and Applied.
During the eighteenth century it was
common talk among the country peo
ple of England and Scotland that milk
ers of cows never had the smallpox.
At a time when this disease was one
of the scourges of Europe such a
fact naturally attracted attention.
Physicians in the cities did not regard
the country notion as worthy of notice.
When an epidemic threatened they in
oculated healthy persons with small
pox virus to give them the disease.
Then it was treated from the start
under favorable conditions. The chief
effect of the method was to make the
Inoculated person certain he was to be
seriously ill, while the nnlnoculated
might possibly escape. Jonathan Ed
wards was one of the famous victims
It was left for an obscure country
physician. Dr. Jenner, to recognize the
scientific importance of the tradition
about' the immunity of milkers. By
his experiments in 1796 he proved that
inoculation with cowpox virus carried
protection against smallpox. He wrote
a pamphlet on his experiments and
sent it to the Royal College of Physi
cians in London. The manuscript was
returned with a contemptuous reply.
The discovery was of too great import
ance not to make an impression, and
during the fifth year after his first vac
cination Jenner and other doctors vac
cinated 10,000 persons in England.
In spite of the success of the process
there were many in the early part of
the century who doubted its efficacy.
The experience of the last thirty years
has demonstrated the value of vaccina
tion beyond the possibility of doubt
In Chemnitz, Germany, a city of 64,
000 inhabitants, there was a smallpox
epidemic in 1870-71. About 54,000 of
the inhabitants bad been vaccinated.
Only 1.8 per cent of them contracted
the disease. Of the unvaccinated more
than 46 per cent were 11L Among the
vaccinated less than 1 per cent of the
cases resulted fatally. Among the un
protected the percentage was above 9.
Statistics of the armies in Franco
Prussian war show the same general
results. The German soldiers were
carefully vaccinated, while the French
were not During a wide-spread epi
demic of smallpox the German lost
only 450 men from the disease, while
the French lost 23,400. In general It
has been shown that the danger of in
fection Is six times as great and the
mortality sixty-eight times as great In
the nnvaccinated as in the vaccinated.
Vaccination la compulsory through
out most of Enrope. In France the law
Is loosely enforced and the London
Dally Mall is authority for the state
ment that 14,000 Frenchmen die an
nually from the disease, while It car
ries off only 110 Germans a year. The
parents of every child born in England
must within six months after the
child's birth, have It vaccinated by a
registered medical practitioner or by
the public vaccinator. In case a par
ent believes vaccination will be harm
ful to his child he can secure extriin-
tlon by taking oath before two lustiees
of the peace before the child Is four
months old. By such strinirent mpth-
ods as these England and other count
ries nave prevented the reeurrmifP nf
those epidemics which were so dis
astrous a Century ago. The case Is one
where- the ounce of prevention is
worth several pounds of cure.
KILLED BY A DEAD MAN.
Tragic Scene Enact el on a Battlefie'd
in bontn Africa.
So our dead lay and erinned at thnsp
other dead and the fierce sun dried
flesh and blood on Briton and on Boer,
for both remained uubmled for a
while, and so It came to pass that a
Boercomniandoretook the- lines where
those who died for us were lying, and
as they marched among our dead they
saw a sergeant lying at full length,
shot through the brain, vet pvpii in
death the man looked like some fight
ing machine suddenly gone out of
order. His rifle was Dressed
his shoulder, his left hand grasped the
barrel on the under side, the forefina--
er of the right hand Dressed the trig
ger lightly, the barrel rested upon a
rocK ana his death-dulled eye still
glared along the sights, for dissolution
had come to him just as he bent his
head to fire at those who shot him, and
now his bands had stiffened In the un
bendable stiffness of eternal sleep. A
Boersoldler saw the sergeant as he lay
and with rude hands crasned the rifle
by the barrel and tried to Jerk it from
tne dead man's grip, but as he pulled
ne Drought the rifle in line with his
own breast and the unyielding finger
on tne trigger did the rest the rifle
spoke from the dead man's hnnrl nnt
the bullet, passing through the Boer's
neart, laid him beside the Briton.
Sounds like a journalistic lie. does It
not? Read it in a novel and you would
laugh, would you not? Eut it is the
eternal truth, all the same, for the
comrade of the Boer who died that day.
killed by a dead man, told me the tale
himself, and he was one of those whe
planted the dead Dutchman on rh
slope of Spion kop. London News.
A Matrimonial Question.
Should a man make a home before
he asks a woman to marry him. or
should he marry first and let the home
making following the wedding? This
is rather a nice social question and it
is entertainingly discussed In J. P.
Mowbray's article. "The Making of a
Country Home," in Everybody's Maga
zine. Discussing the limitations and the
helplessness of life in a flat under con
ditions that seem to prescribe a rise.
John Denison says to his wife:
'A man ought to reach his goal be?
fore he takes a wife, for the more he
loves her the more of a handicap she is
Don't you see that?"
"No I don't see it at all."
"But you understand that he will not
take any risk when he is married;
would rather plod securely than con
quer at his peril. I ought to have
made a home fit for such a wife as I
have before I married her."
Then she laughed one of her copious,
mellow laughs. "I think you have got
that wrong, John, upon my word I do
Homes do not produce wives or lead
up to them. It's just the other way.
it seems to me. The wives produce
the homes. Young men, as I under
stand it, think just about as much of
making a home before they get a wife
as they think about making a flying
trip to the moon. Why, it would be
just too ridiculous, John, to see a
young man building a home and fur
nishing it, and then expecting a wife
and baby to drop in because it's ready,
a? the wrens do. You know yourself
you never would have had a home like
this if you hadn't got married. How
Training Boys in Germany.
A writer describing in a Philadel
phia daily the methods of schools in
Germany, states that the manual
training schools in Germany are es
pecially intended for the class of boys
who idle away their time before and
after school on the street
The regular session closes at half past
two o'clock in the afternoon, and after
this time the boys who, either through
poverty or the indifference of parents,
are not properly and healthfully em
ployed must attend the industrial
school for the rest of the day.
In the summer-time the boys, divid
ed into classes, each under the super
vision of a teacher, are trained system
atically in all the branches of garden
ing. At other seasons of the year the
boys are engaged at various light
crafts In workrooms, such as making
of baskets, brushes and brooms, and
plain carpentry, where the use of tools
is taught Typesetting and bookbind
ing are taught to the advanced and
Each boy receives a small remuner
ation for his work when It is faithfully
and obediently performed. The money,
however, is not paid to him directly,
but Is put Into a savings-bank, for him,
and from time to time he receives his
certificates of deposit
The girls are taught knitting and all
kinds of sewing in the same system
atic manner. Every lesson is made a
class drill. The children work by dic
tation, all In the room doing the same
work at the same time.
Grant's Big Plurality.
The largest plurality on the popular
vote for a presidential candidate was
in 1872, when President Grant, running
for re-election, had 700,000. For his
first term be had 305,000.
Of one thousand men who marry. It
is found that 332 marry women young
er than themselves; 579 marry women
of about the same age, and 89 marry
women older than themselves.
The best evidence that people eat too
much Is the way they keep it up. If it
was not an injurious practice, they
would drop It
Composition of a Penny.
Pennies do not consist of copper
alone, there being in them 2 per cent
of tin and 3 per cent of zinc to 95 of
copper. They cost the government
about 42 cents a pound, exclusive of
stamping, and there are 148 in a
pound, so that the government makes
a fair profit . on every pound minted
since, while they are redeemable in
gold, but few are ever presented.
Loyalty to His Employer.
That young man who consented to have
a portion of his blood let out to save his
employer, set a remarkable example of
heroi.m. The inririrnt shows what power
tln-re is in good blood. There is oiifv one
natural way to pet pood blood, and that is
irom the stomach. If the stomach needs
assistance, try Hosretters's Stomach Kil
lers. This wonderful medicine cures dys
pepsia, indigestion, constipation, and
makes rich red blood.
"Why, Madge, where are all the
tassels on your new boa?"
"Oh, I stepped on some of them and
other people stepped on the rest."
Dogs Being Supplanted by Donkeys.
Berlin now contains 1000 donkeys
which have been imported in the last
18 months to take the place of dogs
as beasts of draft. The change is due
to the agitation of the S. P. C. A.
CASE .OF LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA CUBED
Victim Lost the Sight of One Eye and Was
Unable to Walk Vision Restored
and the Use of Limbs Regained
A Sworn Statement.
A recent cure that seems almost a
miracle was that of Samuel Curnock,
of 62 Twenty-second avenue, Melrose
Park, 111. The story is best told In
his own words. He says:
"Early in 1898 I began to expe
rience a worn-out feeling and noticed
that I became tired after very slight
exertion. I continued at my work in
the machine shop until July 2, 1898,
when I suffered from a fall, and after
that time grew rapidly worse. A phy
sician was called and pronounced my
trouble locomotor ataxia. He treated
me for four months and there was no
improvement in my condition. I was
tald that my case was incurable, and
that I would continue to grow worse
until death relieved me. I was not
confined to my bed, although I spent
much of my time lying down, and
was entirely unable to work. I could
hardly stand; it seemed as if my legs
would give out from under me, and
my movements were like those of a
drunken man. A cold numbness came
in my right side, and I lost the
strength of my right arm. Then my
eyes began to blur so that I could see
nothing distinctly, and' in a short
time I became totally blind in my
right eye. '
"Last December I began taking Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
and within a month I was so much
improved that I determined to persist
in the treatment. At the end of the
second month I was able to return to
my work and have not lost a day on
account of illness, since that time.
Since I began taking the pills I have
gained 30 pounds in weight, can walk
almost as well as ever, and my sight
is fully restored. I firmly believe that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple saved my life and enabled me to
again earn my livelihood.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this first day of August, 1900.
(Seal) Police Magistrate.
At all druggists or direct from Dr.
Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. Y. Price, 50 cents per box; 6
Public Baths In England.
Out of 34 towns in England and
Wales, one-third maintain one or more
public baths. They are crowded by
factory and shop hands.
TOU KNOW WHAT TOtJ ARB TAKING
When vou take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Qui
nine in a tasteless form. No Core, No Pay. 60c.
To Increase Governor's Salary.
A proposition is being urged in Ten
nessee to increase the salary of the
governor to $5000 a year. It is now
$4000. It is thought also that the
state should supply an executive man
sion for his use. .
A Rare Fish.
The rarest fish in British' waters is
the ribbonfish. Only 16 specimens
Slave been recorded in the last cen
tury. It is an inhabitant of the great
depths of the ocean.
There is an end to
acute suffering when
St Jacobs Oil
j !'0'ae eeeea
For Telephone Girls.
Shower baths are being put In the
Paris telephone exchanges for the use
of the telephone girls. It is thought
that this will aid them In keeping
their health. In America the girls in
many telephone exchanges have long
enjoyed this comfort.
The prominence achieved by GAR
FlKLt) TEA as a blood purtler has
not been equaled by another remedy;
an improvement in the complexion
can be seen after a few days' use.
Accepted Honorary Membership.
Ex-President Clevelan 1 has accepted
an honorary membership in the Mercer
County (N. J.) Fox Hunting Associa
tion.. TO CURE A COLD 11$ OKI DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money If it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
Want Americans to Do the Work.
The Siamese government has asked
for American bids for the construction
of a plant for the manufacture of am
munition in that country.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot reach
the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or
constitutional disease, and in order to care it
yon must take internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, and actsdirectlv
on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cnre is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physicians in this
country for years, and isaregular prescription.
It is composed of the best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Propn., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the beat.
The Smallest SalarY Paid a Governor.
The smallest salary paid to any
governor of a state in the United States
is that of the governor of Vermont,
who receives only $1,500 a year.
FTC Permanently Cured. No fits or nervonsneea
I w after am iar' menf I"-. Kline's Grrat Nervs
Restorer. Send for Fit EE fj.00 trial Ixittleaul treat
iss, DK.B.H. Kline, Ltd.,V31 ArchSt.. Philadelphia, Pa,
New Zealand War Medals.
The New Zealand government in
tends to strike 140,000 war commem
oration medals, and to distribute them
among the school children of the col
ony. The cost will be about 12,000.
Stop tho Cough and
Wofka Oft the Gold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a c61d in
one day. No cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents.
American Corn Exports.
American exports of corn have aver
aged 173,000,000 bushels a year since
1895, an increase of 254 per cent over
the preceding five years.
Perfect System Cleaners,
Keep clean inside as well as outside and
you'll be nearer godliness. Cascarets Candv
Cathartic cleanse and uurify your body inside.
All druggists iuc, 25c, 50c.
Police Judges in Porto Rico.
Mayors of the different towns in
Porto Rico at present have exclusive
jurisdiction in police court cases,
whether or not they know a word of
law; and from their decisions there
is no appeal.
Not Hard to Suit.
Executive I would appoint your
man, but he is too ignorant for the
Heeler Den put him on de school
If yon naven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels very day, you're sick, or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
riolont physic or pill poison. iB dauaerous. The
t smoothest, easiest, most perfect way ox keeping the
ocwaIs clear and clean is to take
-Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
Sever Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, " fiOc Write
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CUTLER'S CMBllUTEof IODINE
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JhS gllliSlgifii Address
MISS FRANCIS M. ANDERSON, daughter of HON. JUDGE
ANDERSON, of Virginia, is at present in Washington, D. C, as Cor
responding Secretary of the Higher Educational League of that ci y.
Cured of la grippe by Per una.
ISS FRANCES M. ANDERSON,
Corresponding Secretary ot the
Higher Educational Laene,
writes rrom the',Astoria,"Wash
ineton, D. C. the following:
"About two months ago I was
taken very ill with la grippe and
was obliged to go to bed. I took
three bottles of Per una with very
beneficial results, and was able
to leave my bed In a week and re
gained my usual strength very
"1 have nothing but praise for
Peruna, and recommend it to
those similarly afflicted when
ever I can." Frances M. Ander
son. La grippe is, strictly speaking, epi
demic catarrh that is to say, a va
riety of acute catarrh which is so con
tagious and runs a course .more or less
definite, the same as scarlet fever,
whooping cough, etc.
During the acute stages of la grippe
it is not a very fatal disease, but the
condition in which it leaves the sys
tem has caused the death of a count
Indeed, nearly every person who has
had la grippe within the last three
years finds himself more or less de
ranged by the pernicious effects of
this disease. The majority of those
who have escaped death find life
scarcely worth living.
If this vast multitude of people
could only know with what certainty
and promptness Peruna would relieve
them of all the bad effects which la
grippe has brought upon them, what
an untold amount of suffering would
Thousands have already heard how
quickly this remedy will cure in these
cases and have been saved; 'but tens
of thousands have not yet heard, and
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tt. run e., .etmit, iat
continue to suffer on, dropping into
the grave one by one.
Peruna cures catarrh in all stages
and varieties, whether acute or chron
ic, and is therefore the most effective
remedy ever devised for removing all
the derangements which follow la
Samuel M. York writes from Union
Grove, Ala., the following letter:
"Dear Sir:. ; Last week I was taken
with la grippe and catarrhal deaf
ness. I wrote .you for advice and fol
lowed your directions. After taking
two bottles of Peruna I found myself
well of la grippe, and my hearing was
fully restored. My health is better
Jthan it has been in five years.
"My wife improved in health very,
much after taking Peruna." Samuel
Miss Caroline J. Kahl, Otisco, Ind,
writes as follows:
"Three years I had la grippe
and pulmonary trouble. I was
very sick. I had hemorrhages ot
the lungs nearly every day for a
year, and three bottles of your
Peruna cured me. The doctor
said I had consumption. I am
now in better health than I have
been for many years.
"I highly recommend Peruna to all
my neighbors and friends. Peruna is
my favorite medicine. I shall always
have Peruna in the house." Miss
Caroline J. Kahl.
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results rfrom the use of
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman,
giving a full statement of your case,
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, president of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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