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CUM BELLE LEE.
A ROMANCE OF THE SEA.
Written for Tun Scout, by 0. F. Hinckley.
kJIE Rerintida islands nrc remark
able for tlicir isolation being
580 miles from Capo ILitteras,
a projection of North Carolina, and 010
miles from tlio Hnhainap, tho nearest
poinls of land. Though mere islet
epecks in tho ocean, they are important
as forming the oldest Uritiah pcttlement
in tho WcHtorn Hemisphere. There
arc 305 islands, tho samo number as
tho days in tho year, though many of
them arc mero rock patches in the
magnificent harbor. They ure all low,
but very pleasing, with innumerable
littlo bays and creeks of tho clearest
water. Tho whole surrounded by belt 8
of floral reefs, only passable through
Tho population is about I 1,000 fcouls.
There aro two small towns on different
islandh St. George, the military head
quarters, and Hamilton tho scat of
government. As the summer naval
station of tho English Admiral, in
command on the North American wat
ers, largo sums havo bcon expended in
forming a dock yard and in fortifica
tions. Arrow-root and various vegeta
bles aro raised for export, and tho
whalo fishery is pursued. Bermuda
potatoes, delicious onions, and various
fruits, nil of good quality, which make
their appearance in the cities along
tho Atlantic coast of tho United Stales
tind Canada early in March and April,
find a ready market, though Florida is
competing for (ho honor of being first
in tho ninrkels with vegetables and
fruit. And while I will accord all hon
or to that state for her oranges and
Htrawherrics, I do not think that she
produces fetich sweet, odorless onions
and mealy potatoes as Bermuda.
Most of tho water used on tho inland
is rainwater, caught in largo water
tanks, utvl used for domestic and cul
Tho Bermudas havo their name
from tho Spaniard, Juan Bormudez,
who discovered thorn, and aro also
called tho Somora islands, after Sir
Georgo Somen, who was wrecked on
them in KiO'J, whim tho British occu
Tho chief anxiety of tho Bermuda
people, when I was there, appeared to
bo the price of onions and potatoes in
tho United States. Whenever an in
coming steamer or ship arrived they
all rushed to tho water t-ido and inter
viewed the olllcors of those ships as to
the market in Now York or Boston,
and thoy cursed or praised tho Yan
kees according to tho state of tho Amer
Wo lay at anchor in tho harbor of
Bermuda live days. Wo did not havo
much liberty on shore. Our ship was
now and all our spare time being occu
pied hinco leaving homo with our oil,
wo had had no timo to sot up tho rig
ging now rigging ih always stretching
and blinking. Tho men, now that
thoy had tho opportunity, were con
stantly employed in tolling it up, ev
ery shroud and stay having to bo sot
taught with tho watch tackle.
.However after a few day's hard work
wo wero ready for sea. Tho ship inado
a dainty picture as she lay, straining
slightly at her cable, on tho silvery sur
face of tho harbor. Tho still, yet mov
ing, water gave back tho imago of her
spars and rigging, with a streak of red
at tho inverted peak and a sparklo as
of gold deep down whero tho vano at
her main royal masthead found a mir
ror for itself. On tho morning of tho
15th of May our last boat load of on
ions, potatoes and vegetables of all
Kinds was hoisted on board, our an
chor weighed, fail aftor sail was crowd
ed on the ship and, boforo a fine breeze,
tho "Clara Bello Leo" sailud gracefully
out of tho harborof Bermuda. I stood
on tho quartor dock coiling up ropes
on the belaying pins, and survoyed tho
shore of tho harbor, nnd tho numerous
islands sliding softly by tho ship, and
for tho first lime since leaving homo a
feeling of homesickness camo over mo,
and 1 longed to bo at homo on Nun
tuuket with my ntothor.
How could my mother hnvo given
her consent to my going to sea? I
grumbled in my homesickness. A
still small voice whispered to mo that
she had not given it, it was wrested
from her by siogo by her boy loving,
well-meaning, but wildly roinuntio,
htanding on tho ship's deck and gazing
on tho fast receding shoro of Bermuda.
The pioluro of my mother, Htanding
with a forced oppression of cheerful
ness, over my boa olut, Blowing away
my ololhos and outfit in it for tho voy
itgt. I wk proud of my sua ohost dur
ing tho fow days it wan in the house,
in tpito Of Ihu borrow I fu.lt at tho sil
ent lour;, whiuli, when my mother
knew not that I was regarding her, she
let fall up-ui ii. How carefully my
mother scrutiniz'-d and .adjusted the
little outfit, which told such a talc of
coming separation.' Hor boy, was he
to wear those scarlet shirts and duck
tiouser8 in that chest. I shaw ships
and continents and ocean?, but she saw
onlv the tomb of all the past; tho baby
that she rocked in the cradle, the little
boy that she had dres-cd for school, he
that had been a part of the house; that
had Hung his red mittens on the table;
that had warmed his soft hands at the
grate; that had caressed tho yellow
kitten ; that had rolled marbles on the
floor; that had played ball in the back
yard, was lie now to be ever lost
across tho threshold of domestic life,
so far that i mother's arm could not
reach him, nor a voice call him back?
I was interrupted in my reverie by the
hoarse voice of Mr. Chadwick.
"You, Chase, there. What are you
star-irazinu for in the day time? Lay
out to tho main yard and overhaul tho
"Aye, aye, sir," and I quickly disap
peared up tho main rigging to escape
another hazing, nnd my lit of hoine
e.ckncss also disappeared.
My name is Chase, Tom Chase, sev
enteen years old and cousin to Clara
Belle Lee. Charles Lee and my moth
er are brother and sister. My father
is dead ho was a brother to Kcubcn
Chase. Keubon Chnso was tho son of
Stephen and Dinah Chase. Ho was
born at Nantucket, June 23, 1751 and
died there February 15, J 82-1. Keubon
Chase was a midshipman on tho Bon
nomine Kioimru i!i her fambtts sen
fight with the Scrapis,and became, un
der tho magic pen of James Fcnnimore
Cooper, tho Long Tom Collin in tho
famous novel of "Tho Pilot."
Cooper and Chaso were midshipmen
together on tho name United States
man-of-war, tho first ensign on tho
seas bcarint! tho stars and stripes ar
ranged as thoy now are on all Ameri
can fi.igt, was hoisted on tho Bon
Homme Richard by Reuben Chaso.
When the Bon Homme Kiehard was
sunk in hor famous fight with the Ser
apiw, Keubon Cluso, under a heavy fire
fiotn tho enemy, rescued the Hag and
afterwards raised it on tho American
ship Alliance, and it is still in existence
in Trenton, N. J.
Before I was awnro of it wo wero out
of sight of Rorniudu, and our ship was
scudding through it, with all three
royals set, stunsails out aloft and alow,
storming through it at a rato that
showed she was a very fast sailor.
How tho spray Hew from the bow as
she glided gracefully along; how t he
braces became taut and the main sheet
tugged at its blocks. And yet how
easy was overy motion of tho noble
ship. More than ono old sailor intir
meied his satisfaction.
"If the old man don't take in 'Ihem
r'yalb' he'll stritch them now backstays
'til ho carries tho 'r'yal' mast out of
hor," growled old Bill Francis.
"Tho old man is in a hurry to arrive
on tho Western gioundKill, where tho
whales all are," said Mr. llussoy.
"It seems to mo, sir, that it is very
good whaling around Bermuda and tho
odgo of tho Gulf stream. Four hund
red bbls. of sperm and only three weoks
from homo is very hard to beat," said
"Yes, that is so," answered Mr. llus
soy, "but 1 think wo will mako a great
voyage wherever wo go. I have an
impression that tho 'Clara Hello Leo' is
a lucky ship; at any rato Captain Cof
fin is a great man for carrying sail."
In tho first dog watch, however, wo
took in tho stomsails and royals, nnd,
soon after tho wind increased, put tho
ship under singlo reef topsails, and
carried topgallant sails over our singlo
We found out later on that this was
iv favorite way of carrying sail with
And thtiB through that May night
tho "Clara Belle Loo" kept steadily on,
tho masts creaking with tho swing of
sails; tho fore topmast staysail slatting
us it was becalmed by tho other canvas ;
tho topsails pulled with a mighty
strength, and tho main topgallant sail,
away up against the clear sky, looked
beautifully white in the beams of tho
Tito noxt day wo passed sovoral mer
chant ships, and ono of them, a mag
nificent clipper, camo to tho wind and
hauled down hor light sails, hauled
her main yard aback, and laid hove to,
waiting for us lo sprak hor. But Cap
tain Collin was in a hurry and would
not stop, until the merchantman hois
ted his Hag, Union down, a signal of
distress which nu true sailor ever disre
gards, wo brought our ship to tho
wind with everything Hying, and low
ered a boat and went on board to sou
what relief was wanted. Wo found that
tlu-y vr out of oil. Thoy had bun
in tinrkiiiNM fur two week. HtiMHng by
tho sUr in th" mght, an th'.v i-uiild
liol fin (lit' OejiiipUe in til. llnnaulv.
Wo sold her a barrel of oil and she
went on her way rejoicing.
She was tho clipper ship "Sea Witch"
Captain Robert S. Waterman, from
Hong Kong, bound to New York, at
which port she arrived safely.
The year before she made the quick
est passage on record ; Captain Water
man walked fiom his vessel in the As
tor House and reported himself just 7-1
days from Hong Kong. Some of his
compeers questioned the truth of this
remarkable passage, which had never
been performed by any sailing craft,
But the sturdy old commander settled
all doubts by producing newspapers
published in Hong Kong on tho day
In 1850 the United States flag was
prominent on every ocean, and our
country excelled nil other nations on
the sea. The "Baltimore Clipper" was
tho champion of tho world. But in
late years thanks to numerous tenth-
rate congressman, so thick-headed and
stupid that they would not pass laws to
protect American shipping England
has conquered tho world in shipping
except tho coast bordering tho U. S.
and God grant in the name of Win
throp, Washington and Monroe, in
tho name of patriotism that wo may
preserve this heirloom.
We arrived on the Western ground
safely, and for two or three weeks were
capturing whales about as fast as we
could try them out. Wo were in an
immense streak of luok and everybody
was happy and contented. On tho
morning of. tiic 15th day of Juno we
wero through cleaning up tho ship
and stowing away our oil from our last
whale. Some of tho officers were aft,
grouped together, talking, smoking
"How much oil have we, Mr. Swain?"
said Captain Coffin.
"f mako it 8.'i0 barrels, sir," said our
first officer, who had been figuring on
"Well, 1 don't doubt it, for it lias
been oil, oil, oil, evor sinco we left Nan
tucket. -In my thirty years in the
whaling service I havo never met with
and secured so many whales before, or
heard of any other ship doing so, have
"Yes," said Mr. Swain, "1 believe
Captain Obed Starbuck, a few years
ago, ofl'Tumbez. and in tho oft" shore
ground, took 1000 barrels of sperm in
about tho same time."
"Well," said Captain Coffin, "our
voyage is hardly commenced, and if wo
keep on at this rato we will beat Cap
tain Starbuck's record."
But tho 'Clara Belle Leo' had cap
tured her lust whale, though we wero
not aware of it at that timo.
"Wo havo had great luck so far," ho
continued, "and should bo thankful for
"Yes," spoko up tho cooper, "that's
so, but it was not all luck, Captain
Coffin. You will allow that some of
your officers are good whalemen, and
that it is owing to their ability that the
whales were secured after having been
"Not somo of them Coopor, but all
of my ollicors aro good whalemen. 1
am woll satisfied with you all boys and
will advance your interests with tho
owners whon wo g "
"There is something down to lee
ward, sir, that looks liko a wreck," was
Bung out from aloft.
Wo swung our ship oil' and headed
for tho wreck und it was soon in sight
from our ship's deck. A largo ship
lloating buoyantly on the water, with
no masts standing nothing but the
stumps left. Wo brought our ship to
tho wind, lowered our larboard boat,
and proceeded to board hor. When
wo arrived close to hor wo discovered a
thinjcolumn of smoke rising from tho
stovepipe on tho cook's galley. And
as it was tho first sign of life wo had
noticed about tho wreck, wo laid back
on our oars manfully, and soon dashed
under the bow of tho ship and climbed
on board. I, being young nnd spry,
was tho first to steal softly around the
galley, and peering in through n nar
row crack in tho sliding door, tho sight
I saw fairly paralyzed mo with aston
ishment, and I staggered back, faint and
weak with oxcitomcut for tho moment.
There was a cheerful fire snapping and
cracking in tho stovo; tho toakottlo
singing merrily away; potatoes boiling
in an iron pot; tho uroma from tho
boiling cofieo wafting appotizingly to
my nostrils, and standing over tho
stove, on this wrecked ship, in tho
middle of the Atlantio ocean, with a
pale, careworn look on her beautiful
countenance, stood my favorite cousin
whom I thought safe at homo on Nan
tucket Clara Bello Ice.
to iik eo.vriNUKO.
Preaching every Sabbath nt 11 a. in. ami
7 p. in ; Sabbath school at 10 a. in ; Chris
tian Kndeavor Society, Tuesday nt 7 p. m.
All are onrdially invited to attend. We
urge KirtmU to bring (heir children to
cliuroli thai thi'y may ho nurtured in mor
n!ft ami ntuiy. V. J, lll'tnii,
riant -s- Mk
A Fine line of Goods Always in Stock.
Call and Examine Them.
Suits Made to Order,
Cleaning and Repairing.
All work warranted. 12-1-tf.
NOTICE IS JIKUHI5Y QIVKS THAT
by virtue of mi execution and order of
sale issued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Union
county, bearing date the '.'2nd day of De
cember. lbUOand to mo directed and deliv
ered, upon a judgmont and decree of fore
closure and sale of heretofore attached
property, entered on the U3rd day of Sep
tember. 1SO0. wherein the First National
Bank of Arlinuton Is plaintM", and C. V.
Lndd and IS. Florence arc defendants for
the sum of eight hundred and one nnd nine
oue-hunilrcdths dollars, with interest there
on at the rate of tell per cent, per annum,
from the 22nd day of .September, 1S00, anil
the further sum "of seventy dollars attor
ney's fees, thirty and twenty one-hun-dredths
dollars for costs and disbursements
of this action, and decreeing the sale of
the following described heretofore attached
real estate, to-wit: All the risht, title anil
interest that tho defendant, U. W. J.add,
had on tho 17th day of June, 1890, or after
acquired in or to the following described
real estate, viz:
Lots eight, (8) nine, (0) ten (10) nnd
eleven (li) in block one hundred und four
teen (ll4) ?! Chaplin's addition to the town
of La Grande, Union county, Oregon.
Now therefore, under and bv virtue of
said execution and order of sale as afore
said, I will sell at public auction, at the
court house door at Union, Union county,
Oregon, on Friday, the (Jth day of Februa
ry, 1891. at 2 o'clock p. rn. of said day, all
too right, title and interest of, in and to the
said premises that C. W. Ladd, one of the
defendants above named, had on tho 17th
day of June. 18U0, or after acquired in or
to the aboye described real estate, to satisfy
said Judgment, nltorncys' fees, costs, dis
bursements and interest, as aforesaid, and
Terms of sale, cash to me in hand, in U.
S. gold coin,
Dated this the 2nd day of Januarv, 1801
,1. T. BOLL'KS.
Shcrlfl of Union County.
By W. It. UsiiKit. Deputy. l-8-5t.
NOTicis or roui'iiiTunij
Stajte of Oregon, county of Union,
November 10, 1800.)
To John Nolkn:
You are hereby notified that I ' have ex
pended one hundred dollars in labor and
improvements on the "Flying Dutchman''
quartz lode, situated in Granite mining
district, Union county, Oregon, as will ap
pear by certificate lilecl November 10, 1S!)0,
and recorded in Itook E of quartz claims,
page 22(1, in tho office of the recorder of
said county, in order to hold said premises
under tho provisions of section 2324 revised
statutes of tho United States, being the
amount renuired to hold tho same for the
year ending December 31. 1S90, and if with
in ninety uuvs uiiur iius nuiicu uy puuucii
tion you fail or refuse to contribute your
portion of such expenditure, and of other
expenditures for which you aro legally
bound as co-owner, your Interest in said
claim will become tho properly of the sub
scriber under paid section 2324.
ll-13-i:it OEOHGE W. PEIIKINS.
INOTICK OV DISSOLUTION.
VJOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl we, Squire K. Thomas and J. 11. l)e
laney.havo this day dissolved hv mutual
consent tho partnership business heretofore
existing between us, and J. II. Delaney is
hereby authorized and undertakes to pa'
all debts of the firm and collect all accounts
Dated at Union Oregon this 30th day of
SQUIKE K. THOMAS.
.J. H. DELANEY.
NOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN THAT
the co-partnership heretofore existing
between 1 J. Holmes and .1. v. Hill, un
der the firm naiiio of Hill & Holmes, is this
dav dissolved by mutual consent, tho said
J. W. Hill withdrawing from tho business.
l J. Holmes assumes all liabilities ot the
lato linn and is authorized to collect and
receive all accounts and demands duo said
Island City, Oregon, Jan. 0, 1R01.
1-15-lni. F. J HOLMES.
DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
Tho delinouent tax rolls for tho years
1884. 1885. 1883. 1S37. I8SS and ISSt) are now
in my hands with warrants to enforce the
immediate payment, by levy and sale. The
names of all delinquents will bo published
in the county papers as soon as the list can
be prepared, and all unpaid taxes for years
above mentioned will bo immediately col
lected with am. cost.s added.
Dated at Union this lflth day of January ,
1801. J. T. IJOLLK8.
Sheriff and Ex-otllcioTax Collector.
By W. It. UsiiKii, Deputy. 1-22.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
OTICE IS IIEUEUY GIVEN THAT
the co-uartncrshln heretofore existing
between A. K. Jones and B. Chaneey, in
tho publication of This Oiikoox Scout, is
this dav dissolved bv mutual consent. Mi
Jones will retire and Mr. Chaneey will con
tinue tho business. Either one will recoip
for nionevs due. All back accounts must
bo settled without delay,
Dated this 15th day of January, inji.
A. K. JONES,
Notico Is hereby given that there was tak-
i un 1 tflv.ttt jft MfiVt itrAL' III fill
Vit lit l J . fk Vliaill V'w - - v v . t.v
precinct of North Vowder, Union county,
lregUIl, HUH lUSll'U uviuiu lliu imutiai(,m.u
a justice of tho pence for tho above precinct
ono dark iron gray horse, supposed to be 12
furs (Hii, uaima ii'u, uiuimuii
capital 1) (ocript) on the left hlinuldor.
ppralsed at f3." this January 3,
1.8-31 JOHN El) WARDS.
J u j tiro of the l'ouce.
NOTIOK TO SKTTI.K. j
All teroiis hulnhtctl to tho unilM-alguwl, '
by notf, booK account or otharwlst, are j
expected to iett)i their aouounU without i
further notice. I am uomiHitltHl to nil opt j
ill imiir.,t t tai.niiiit if lilt " --" ttia. !
MMl IWIII ll lilt IIVMJIIMt 1 w
recent lint In Uortiuoontti.
1J 18 ilm II I.. AMIKltSON.
NORTH and SOUTH
A. K. klhs, Ticket ABc,t.
TT.fR 'PA TIT, W
Trains depart from Union daily as follows:
Overland Flyer, No 2 . ..
Overland I'lyor, No 1
.11:33 A. M.
7: 0 1'. 31.
Main Lino, Nos. 1 and 2, "The orland
Flyer,'' carry through Pullman SWpors,
Colonist Sleepers, lree Chair Cars and
Coaches, between Portland and Deliver,
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or
Main Line, Nos. 3 and 1. "Tho Limited
Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and
Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chi
cago. OCEAN DIVISION.
The Union Paciti" will dispatch Stcamerr
between San Francisco and Port
land, as folfbws.
At 10 p.m.
FI.OM SAN KI.AI. CISCO.
At 10 a. m.
State Nov 20
Oregon Dec 2
State ... . "17
Oregon. . . 20
Columbia " 23
State " 2H
Or.igon " 20
Oregon. . .
State .. .
Oregon. . . .
The company reserves the right to change
steamers or sailing days.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin. - - ?10.00 Steerage - - $S,00
Round Trip Tickets, Unlimited - $30.00
Children, under 12 years - - Half Fare
,, C years ... Free
Including Mcah and Berths.
C. S. MELLEN, I T. W. LEE.
Gen'i Traflic Manager. Gcn'l. Ticket Agt,
A. E. ELLIS, Agent. Union.
"The Hunt Line."
In Connection With the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Quickest and Best Route
Uetween Eastern Oregon and Washington
and Paget Sound points, as well as
the Popular and Direct
Lino to all
POINTS PAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAKS,
SUPKltll DINING CAKS, and
FEEE SECOND CLASS SLEEPERS
Tlnoiicli to Chlc.ij; via tills I. Inn.
Passenger Trains of this Company are run
ning regularly between
DAYTON, WAITSBURG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., anil PEN
Making close connection at Hunt's Junc
tion with Northern Pacific trains for Taeo
ma, Seattle, Victoria, 1!. C, Ellensburg,
North Yakima. Pasco, Spraguo, Cheney.
Davenport. Spokane Falls, Dutte, Helena.
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passenger Train, making above connec
tions leaves Pendlefon daily, at 7:10 p.m.
Through Tickets Sold to all Points East
at the Lowest Hates.
W. F. WAMSLEY,
Gcn'l Fr't and PassV Agt.
Walla Valla, Wash.
G. W. HUNT,
President and Gen'l Manager.
II. L. DEACON, Ticket Audit, Union, Or
R. H. BROWN,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.!
A Complete and Varied Stock of Wall
Proscriptions Carefully Compounded j
Day or Night. ,
A full supply of school books con-!
stantlv on hand. I
Thomson & Purel aro agents for
tho eolobmtod Cyclono Wind Mill, and
as tho prices un them have been grunt
ly redtired thoy are now within the
roueh of nil. Sample mill to bo seou
nt their planet' in North Union. Call
and examine it.
Liu lo Gove.
Laftvot Union dnilv at 2 p. in, arrives at
Core nt 8 :80 p. m.
Ieaves Covu at 8 a. in., arrives at Union
at 0:30 a. in.
Connections made with Elliott's eoachev
running to tho depot, carrying passenger
'or east and west bound trains.
KATKS for TASSKNOCltS. IAJOOAOK
ami I'ltKIGHT, ItlJASOXAHLE.
I101IINSON & LAYNli.
uwonJUHION CITY HOTEL,
(Opposite the Court ouse.)
;L, J, Boothe,
Having refitted the san. and added a
large new dining room, I am now bet
ter prepared than ever to accomodate my
Meals 25 Cents.
Beds 25 Cents.
Give me a call.
Union and Coi'imcopia
Stage - Line !
Quickest and Cheapest
Route to the Pine Creek
ItAf as !
moil to Park - $160 c
" " Sanger - - 3 00 ljc
" " Cornucopia - - 0 00 214 e
"Win. James, Proprietor, Union, Ore.
Pine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Drop in and be sociable. Fine billiard
LUMBER for SALE
at tho High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
or furnished on short notice. Prices cheap
as me cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
5-30tf WM. WILKINSONS SON.
Obtained, and all Patent Dusiness attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Fees.
Ourollice is opposite the U. S. Patent
Ofllce. and we can obtain Patenis in less
Mine than those remote from Wasoington.
Send MODELor DRAWING. We advise
as to pantentabililv free of charge: and we
mako NO CHAKGE UNLESS PATENT IS
Wo refer, here, to the Postmaster, the -V
Supt. of Money Order Div., and to ollicials jT
of tho U. S. Patent Oilicc. Fci circular,
advice, terms and rcHerences to actual cli
ents In your own State or Countv, write to
C. A. SNOW & Co..
Opposito Patent Olllco. Washington, D. C.
fl :T Samples Pena, different patterns, in
tl a I !:! iMato-.l ITTnttJi I5ox,
sent pott-pald, oa receipt of 10 CENTS.
PERRY & CO., London. t824.
U. S. Offl co. D10 Broadway New York.
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Want ot Appetite, Indlsaitlon.
jack oi oirauKin una xiraa
lew lure niiTcii.iap oiibu
jind luppliea Drain Power.
'ZEr Buffering from complaint
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