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of the Hair
There are four verses. Verse
1. Ayer’s Hair Vigor makes
the hair grow. Verse 2. Ayer’s
Hair Vigor stops falling hair.
Verse 3. Ayer’s Hair Vigor
cures dandruff. V erse 4.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor always re
stores color to gray hair. The
chorus is sung by millions.
H a d a L n cky Escape.
Mrs. Shrewsbury— That man who
Just passed us was Mr. Batcheller. I
haven't seen him since we were mar
ried. H e proposed to me once. You
■hould have seen the look he gave
Mr. Shrewsbury— That so? Gloat
ed, did he?— Philadelphia Ledger.
Motberawill flnrt Mr,. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup the beat remedy to use tor their children
during the teething period.
i n f o r m a t i o n W anted.
Uppson — Yes, me dear boy, I am
very proud of me family tree, doncher
Downing— Do you ever whitewanh it?
Uppson— Whitewash it! What for?
Downing— To keep the insects off,
MALLEABLE IRON STUMP PULLERS
Fastest, lightest and strongest Stump Puller
on the market. 11U Horse power on the sweep
w ith two horses. W rite tor descriptive catalog
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A fCW BARGAINS Of
The American Real Estate & Guaranty Co.
Lincoln County—91-A ere Dairy Ranch, stock nnd
fhrnitur*, #3,500; 410-Acre D airy Ranch and F ru ll
Farm , #5,000; 80-Acre Fru it Farm , #1,500.
Y a m h ill County—72-A c re Farm, good buildings
and fruit, #4.000 . 43-A ere Farm, #3,000; 10-A cre
Farm , #1,000. H otel and L iv e r y Barn In sm all town,
# 1 , 200 .
* General M erchandise «to re at St. Johns, Invoice.
F u ll Inform ation at office, 127)$ Seventh St. Room
ft. Portland, Oregon.
W s have agents everyw here.
W R IT E FO R C A T A LO G U E 10— IT 'S F R E E
BEST BY TEST
"I have tried all kinds of waterproof
clothing and have never found anything
at any price to compare with your Fish
Brand for protection from all kinds of
fT h « nitn e «n d «d d re«* o f fho w riter o f thi*
unsolicited letter may be had upon application)
Highest i'varil World’s Fair. 1001.
A. J. T O W E R CQ
Boston, U. S. A.
TOW ER CANADIAN
T1» s'«" rf ,h* F“h
Vakern o f Warranted Wit Weathor Clothing
Or. C. Gee Wo
Th is wonderful Chl-
. e-e DtiCior is call, d
great because he c ires
people w ithout ope a-
tlon that are c i'e . i up
to die. H e cures with
those wot d r f u l Cbi-
herns, root«, buds,
harks and v»g«ftibA. s
that a-e w t i m y
known rn m**d cal sc -
enca in ibis con i rv. Th o i$ m he use < h u h a •
hsrm lcsa mm -dl.-s this tarn- u> go <*r knows
the actiou o f o ver Mb d ffe-> n r -med’ e « whl h
h successfully aaes In Miff. r- n disease«. H-*
a U tran * a vtoc u reca a rh .a sth m a ,Ia n «, hr a .
rh- n m t a l i i » n
«n m , M m at i , i r |<1
■ ••ys, etc.; has hu n d red s o f t* st m- Dials,
f harxes moderate. < all a> 4 see h im . I'atl nts
out o f the c ty w rite for hlankr and r re dan .
Send stan p © U j M T L T A T I O *
THE C. 6EE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
M en tio n p a p er
f. t i l
25 ounces f o r 25 c e n t s
J A Q U E S M F G . CO.
C h ic a g o
Tb s art lalle " Book o f P r «
fras upon requaat.
T ickled Him.
A Pertinent Question.
The major found Remus sprawled out
A Chinaman was one day walking
in tho blazing sunshine.
along a street In Glasgow when a dog
“You don’t seem to mind the heat, Re- ran up to him and began barking. He
became greatly alarmed and dodged
“ No, aah; et jes' suits me. De hottah
about ail over the place to avoid It.
et is de tweet ah de melon grow.”
A benevolent gentlaman who happened
“ But don't your garden suffer?”
“ Nullin' in deh now, sah, but tatehs. to be passing at the time saw the
Like to tee et so hot det dey'd roast trouble
was lu _____
right ia de ground en den Ah wouldn't went up to him, and. putting him on
hab de trouble ob buildin’ a fiah to cook the shoulder, said, in a pacifying tone:
“Come, come, my friend, you mustn't
^ sfrald. The dog won’t harm you.
Don't you know the old proverb that
harking dogs never bite. You sure-
"That's all velly well,” replied th#
Chinaman; “you knowee proverb, and
me knowee proverb, but does the dog
He»»>rer.Sfnd for KreeSZ trlslbottlrsndtr.su««.
. Philadelphia, p^
senior partner of the timi of F. J. c h k n k y .4
N ew Y ork ,
Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, Coun-
A W om an 's Opinion.
ty » nd State aforesaid, and that said Arm will
Lured Into an abandoned burrow
“She says her husband's behavior
o n s e t h
o l L l U
for l h i« ni-nsner-tive v ic tim flr e e n E ves n
p t n the
n e i sum
u m of
n u i u n u
a e t u
each and every cane of C atarrh that cannot be n18
e vicum, U W D ¥. a Is due to the fact that he Is Insanely
Farmer Skidmore (reading signs in a , cured by the uae of H allos (’ atarrh <’ urk .
, cat who has long preyed on the prairie
The Kind You Have Always Bought
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
Sworn to before me a " d subscribed in my
presence, this 6th dey o f December, A. D., 18S6.
A. W. GLEASON,
I .... I
N otary Public,
H a ll’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surface«
o f the system. Send f r testim onials, free
F. J. C H K N K Y dt CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by Drueirists, 75c.
H a ll * F am ily P ills are the beat.
dogs in the menagerie of Central Pnrk,
says the N ew York Herald, was im-
p r is o n e d yesterday for many hours
through tbs strategy of Dolphin, their
Dolphin was the only prairie dog on
the surface when Green Eyes looked
about for further prey. Frightened by
the arrival of the cat Dolphin's sub
jects sought shelter in their subterra
nean homes. Apparently unconscious
of his peril Dolphin remained on a
Jealous because of her beauty.”
“I ’m sorry for her lawyer.”
“ W hy?”
"Because the Jury will give a ver
dict for her husband as soon ss they
see her.”— Cleveland Leader.
5*., S. f . Car. Morrison
P O R T ! AND. O f t f G O « .
*•. « ' - 1 w>*
w r itin g t o » l r . r t l M n p l « u «
■ » • n u . .n t u l a p a p n r .
llc lp h lc
U tte ra n c e .
They found It necessary to ford Bear
creek, and Hans did not enjoy it, al
though he faced It with exemplary
“Several times yuu cross It.” he
said, enigmatically, “but yet once Is
the last time.”
C For A Infants
S T and
Signature o f 1
T h a t D ead ly H atpin .
That deadly Implement, the hatpin of
modern times, Is a descendant of sa
equally formidable toilet article used
by Roman women.
The Aspaslas and Julias and Claud-
Ins who decked themselves a couple of
thousand years or more ago, to the un
doing of the particular Buibus or M ar
cus they desired to fascinate, wora
bone hairpins of
Yet, like the women of this present
time, they seem to have experienced
j the same difficulty in keeping them In
place. This fact eumc to light during
excavations at Sllchester, In England,
a hundred or so of these bone hairpins
being found in the Komnn bath, col
lected, mnybe, by the bath attendant,
to prove all these centuries later that
there Is nothing new under the sun,
and that In all ages the same little
foibles have been possessed by women.
Prof. L . H . Bailey, director of the
New York state school of agriculture at
Cornell, is writing several
H trc n n o u s L l f i ,
which are soon to appear in The Cen
“ Say,” roared the irate citizen as A*
tury on the subject of the young man
rushed into the office o f the village week
and the farm. H e w ill tell why he
ly, "w h ere 's the editor?”
thinks the young man now leaves the
“Want to see him p erson ally?" queried |
Suddenly darting forward Green farm, and he will show how the farm
the office boy.
You bet 1 do," answered the I. c. “ I’m 1 E y®8 mad® an attempt to seize his vlc- An be made more attractive and better
«oing to thrash him within an inch of tlm. The latter, however, dodged the worth the young man’s while.
hig life. See?”
cat’s attack and ran to the other side
D ia m o n d E x p e r t .
"Oh, all right.” answered the boy. 0f the lnclosure, followed by Green
First Stranger— Excuse me, sir, bnt I
Just have a seat, please.
There are Eye8. Then began a chase which last- aaderstand you are a good judge of dia
three others ahead of you.
I - „
ed for more than five minutes, and monds.
Second Stranger— That's right.
For bronchial troubles trv Pi-o’s Cure aDdad by the disappearance of Dol-
First Strsnger— Would you mind giv
for C o n s u m p t i o n .
1 1 is a go o d c o u g h phln into an abandoned burrow Just
ing ms your opinion of the atone la this
■ledicln*' At druggists, price 25 cents.
as he waB apparently about to be
A G reat Llglit B re a k «.
! caught by his pursuer.
Second Stranger— Don’t know any
Proser— “Your friend
Green Eyes hesitated a few seconds thing about stocea; I'm a baaeball um
and then started to squeeze his body pire. See ?
Poet— “ Impossible! W hy, I was at through the entrance of the burrow,
T h ey W e a r a M ask.
his rooms last night reeding my latest 8mall and slim, he finally suceeded In
Nearly every shopkeeper in the land poem to him.”
, making his w ay inside the subterrn-
Is forced. In the conduct of his busi
Proser— “Come along with
me to nean chamber.
Witnesses of his nt-
ness, to wear the mask of diplomacy. the inquest, then. The coroner is still tack on Dolphirf stood in front of the
This was illustrated the other day In a In the dark as to what caused that lnclosure for half an hour wnltlng for
downtown art store.
sudden relapse.”— Cleveland Leader, him to reappear, but he did not come
It is as impossible to conquer the king of
An elderly lady, connected with ------------------------------------------------------------ out o f the burrow.
some of the best families, made her
They were surprised soon afterward
cury and Potash as it would be to conquer the
purchases and paid a small sum on ac
to see Dolphin poke his head cautious
king of the forest in a hand-to-hand encounter,
count of a former bill and the goods
ly out of a burrow which evidently led as thousands who have had their health ruined
Just bought. As she placed the new
to another passage connecting with and lives blighted through the use of these min
bill In her reticule she said to the at
the underground chamber Into which erals w ill testify. They took the treatment faith-
a m i
he had lured the cat. After surveying fully, only to find when it was left off, the dis
“ N ow — er— no bothering me about
the village with keen eyes Dolphin ease returned with more power, combined with
this, you know; no sending around to
came out of the burrow and in re the awful effect* of these minerals, such as mercurial rheumatism, necrosis
my place. I f yon do send a man I’ll
sponse to his sharp barks other prairie of the bones, salivation, inflammation of the stomach and bowels, etc.
set the dog on him.”
dogs left their homes to come to the When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood it qnickly con
"YouTl have no trouble about it,
taminates every drop of that vital fluid, and every muscle, nerve, tissue and
madam,” was the suave answer. "Take
| While they were perehed on knolls bone Incomes affected, and soon the foul symptoms of sore mouth and throat,
yonr time about it; all the time you
late in the afternoon faint cries issued copper-colored blotches, falling hair and eyebrows, swollen glands, sores,
want,” and he smiled like a seraph
from the entrance of
the burrow etc., make their appearance. Mercury and Potash can only cover up these
until the old dowager's coach rolled off
which Green Eyes had entered. They evidences for awhile; they cannot cure the disease. S. S. S. has for many
np the street. Then he turned to a
were followed by the appearance of years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood Poison—a perfect
friend who was taking It all in and
his head and then o f his body as he antidote for the deadly virus that is so far-reaching in its effects on the sys
for many, many years has c u r e d
squeezed out of the borrow. His body tem. S. S. S. does not hide or mask the disease, but so thoroughly and
“ Durn her old picture, I won't see a
and c o n tin u e s to curs
completely cures it that no signs are ever seen again.
was covered with dirt, and he had evi
red cent of that money In nine months.
S. S. S. while eradicating the poison of the disease
R H E U M A T IS M
dently been compelled to dig his way
But what can you do? You've got to
w ill drive out any effects of harmful mineral treat
N E U R A L G IA
out of his prison.
ment. A reward of fi.ooo.oo is offered for proof
any attempt to attack the prairie dogs
that S: S. S. contains a mineral ingredient of any
The O perator.
be hurried from the village.
S C IA T IC A
kind. Treatise with instructions for home treatment and anv advice wished,
A New York matron bought a sew
S P R A IN S
T H E S W I F T S P E C I F I C C O ., A TLA N TA , G A .
ing mschlne recently, and her 11-year-
T h e C o q n e t ie .
B R U IS E S
old daughter, anxious for a novelty,
There are sqorea of girls who are
says the New York Sun, laid out the
S T IF F N E S S
neither beautiful nor witty, but they
W e 4 o c ro w n nn<1 b r Mg" w o rk w it b oa t pg'n .
F R O S T - B IT E S
printed direction« and attempted to
O ur I N j e t r n ' *• xp* r ic n c e in p in t* w o rk en-
are natural bom coquettes, and as a
kbl«*M an to ft* y o u r m ou th c o m fo r ta b ly . I>T.
run the machine. All seemed to be
consequence are perfection In the av
W . A . N% iBe hat fou n d a R »f> w a y to e x tra c t
P ric e , 25c. a n d 50c.
going well, till the mother’s attention
erage man’s eyes. The beautiful girl
teeth n b n o lu te iy w i hout pain. Iff. T. P.
W in e lx an e x p e r t a t iff) M ftl i n f and crow n
was attracted by a deep sigh and a
generally banka on her face being her
•nM briMg w ork .
K x tra c t ng ir e * w b o o
whispered “O dear! I cannot And It.”
fortune, but tho coquette cultivates the
p la tes o r u riflgM a re • rd r *d.
"W h a t Is It, daughter, that you can
habit o f aaylng pretty,
not find?” she asked.
thlnga, stud) ing the trick of amusing
( “ Why, mother.” was the reply, “the
PISQ f# CURE FOR
half a dozen men at one and the same
DENT I ST S
CM*! S «Miai Ail list FAILS.
directions say, ‘Place the screw te the I
time and of making each man think be
! < - n «h syrup. T mjkmi U ood. Li
right o f the operator,' and I can't find !
in tim «. 8oi4 by <lru«gi«ui
F a 'lln * B ’ d « .. T h ir d and W aB h ln gton RNta
la the one that la being especially fa
O pen even t hr « t ill • </• lock. Hu d a y « fro m
DR. W. A W M
vored.— Ban Francisco Call.
t i * 12. Or Mr«n *0 9
A H opeless F ight
St. Jacobs Oil
C h . caoo
As capable of varied Interpretation
as the utterances of the ancient oracles
the speech made by a Swiss
stutfleld and Collie exploring expedl-
tlon through the Canadian Rockies.
city hotel room)— “Gas burned all
night charged extra.” “ Don’t blow out
the gas.” These fellers is bound to
M A. A L B IN , P a t s .
• catch you one way or
l ea s ix th s r.
P O R T L A N D , O R E . * Cleveland Leader.
*••■••••••••••■•••• • • • • • • •
Father— W hat did the teacher say
when she heard you swear? Small Boy
— She asked me where I learned it.
Father— W hat did you tell her? Boy
— I didn’t want to give you away, on,
C a t t le and H o g s fo r m ark et. Shorten s
so I blamed It on to the parrot.— E x
fa tte n in g period one-fourth. Saves Feed.
First Bachelor— Suppose you saw
“ T fed Prussian Stock Food laet w in ter and turned
some beautiful scenery coming over
o ff th e fa tte s t ca ttle 1 e v e r had fo r the gam e len gth
of tim e * • • | consider
the Rockies. W hat was It like? Sec
Prussian Stock Food
ond Ditto— It had gray eyes and brown
w ell w orth the cost
.1,00 f f f D t
I would not be w ith
A A. S O ?
hair and a blue gown; it sat Just across
out I t . —G . W . A i n b y ,
from me.— Detroit
P a rk e r. S. D.
P D P P T a k e th u a d .
. S tock i
Gunner— I'll wait outside the barber
to the dealer
M B M * h o u name
shop until you get shaved. H ow long
appears below and j<et a
copy o f th e F a r m e r ’ s A
are you going to be? Guyer— About
S t o c k m a n ' s H and B o o k |
eight hours. Gunner— W hat! Guyer
PO R I LAND b t t u LU .. Portland, Oregon,
— Yes, there is a varsity eleven in
there waiting to get an end-of-the-sea-
U iS MAN!
is the wonderful raising powder o( the
Wave Circle. Thousands of women are
bringing greater health and better food
into their homes by using K C Baking
Powder. Costs just one-third what you
always pay. If you have never used it
you don’t know what you've missed.
Don’t wait t A ll grocers.
e a s ier to te ll o th e r p eo p le w h a t to do
I . I„
t H intro nno'a « e l f
than it is to d o tilin gs o n e s Belt, u e-
tr o lt F r e e P res s
• THE M ULTNOM AH T
t B U S I N E S S IN S T IT U T E !
Says Americans Are Learning How
In America, eating is becoming more
of a fine art as well as a pastime and
accomplishment every day. Americans
are learning how to eat. They have
passed the stage of civiization where
anything and everything will go and
are becoming particular eaters.
Nothing but the white heart of the
wheat berry (P illsbu ry ’s Vitos) is N O W
good enough for those who have tried
this cereal breakfast food.
It is the
most economical and it ia actually the
‘ ‘Meat of the W heat” — Sterilized —
nothing added — nothing taken away;
pure white in color, it serves an appe-
thing breakfast dish, made in the
greatest mills, of the beet wheat, and
by the oldest miller, P IL L S B U R Y .
This is your guarantee.
Put up only in two-pound, airtight
Look lor the words, "M eat of the
A package w ill make you twelve
pounds of Sulntautial family food and
can be purchased at your grocer’s for
Ask him today.
H e w ill gladly fill your order because
he knows he sells you satisfaction.
KKIERSON M AC H INE RY CO.
Foot of Morrison Street
Clip this out, return to us with the names
and addresses of yourself and two of your
friends, and the date when you will probably
enter a business college, and we will creJit
you with 15.00 on our #65.00 scholarship.
Our school offers exceptional advantages to
students of Business, Shorthand, English, etc.
B est I nstruction —L owest T uition
nt, ounces /
s a r sa p a r illa .
In 1832 James Bowie and bis broth
er were prospecting for gold along the
San Saba River, in Texas, when they
A good runner Is not one who !s
were attacked by Indiaus. The fight
constantly Into debt and running away
ing lasted only one day, but for seven
days longer the Indiaus surrounded
Bobby— H ow much footwear do you
the party, to prevent their escape. In
wear out In a month. Tommy? Tom
the book entitled "W ith the Makers
my— Tw o pairs of shoes and a pair of
o f Texas," It is recorded as the most
my mother's slippers.
desperate Indian battle in the history
Him— Yes, he’s an artist, a musi
The uumber of the Indians being so
cian and a poet. H e poor fellow! I had
much greater than ours— oue hundred
no Idea poverty had such a hold ou
nnd sixty-four Indians to eleven white
him.— Chicago Dally News.
men— it was agreed
She— I wonder why the baby doesn't
Bowie should go out to talk to them,
begin io talk, John? He— Why, I
and endeavor to compromise. He and
guess because you don't give him a
David Buchanan walked to within
chance, dear.— Yonkers Statesman.
forty yards of where they had halt
Old Boarder— H ow doe* the beef
ed. H e requested them lu their own
steak here compare with that In the
w tongue to send forward their chief, ns
boarding house you Just left.
we wanted to talk with him.
Boarder— It’s neck and neck.— Balti
Their answer was, "H o w do you
do?" In English and a discharge of
Bill— Did you ever notice how many
shota, one of which broke Buchanan's
tall men you meet in a day? Jill— No,
leg. Bowie returned their salutation
but I’ve often noticed how many short
with the coDtenta of a double-barreled
men one meets when you want a loan.
Then taking Buchanan on his
— Y’onkers Statesman.
shoulders, he started for camp.
“ Yes, Miss Myrtle,” drawled Reggy
The Indians opened a heavy fire
Van Pickle, "there is a time for all
upon them, and when their shot rttlled
things.” "Indeed,” yawned the girl in
to bring down Bowie, eight Indians
the Roman chair. “Then you have
on foot took after him with toma
really looked at the clock.”
When the Indians were close upon
“ H ow can you let George boss you
him his companions rushed forward
around that way? I always thought
and brought down four of them. The
you so Independent.” "Yes, dear, but I
you mustn't forget that Christmas is
Mrs. Emma Fleissner, 1412 Sixth other four fled.
not far off.”— Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ave., Seattle, W ash., W orthy Treas-
The Indians now opened a heavy
e. Their chief, on horseback, urged
“One danger 'bout education," said urer Sons of Temperance, writes:
Uncle Eben, "Is dat a young man la
suffered over two years with irreg- them to the charge. James Bowie cried
* , .7,
ular and painful periods.
My health was
11 b l e w star, aroun recltin Woodman. ¡„ a very prccarjous <ondilion and , was out, “ Who is loaded?” All our guns
were empty with the exception of Mr.
Spare Dat Tree, when he ought to be anxious to find something to restore my
Ham m ’s. He was told to "Shoot that
choppin’ firewood.”— Washington Star, health and strength.
‘‘Marriages, you know,”
^ wab very glad to try Peruna and Indian on horseback.” He did so. His
Miss Elderleigh "are made in heaven.” delighted to find that it was doing me shot broke the Indian's leg and killed
“Oh. well, cheer up,
up,” rejoined Miss ' F°od.
I continued to use i t s little his horse. W e saw him hopping round
his horse on one leg, with his shield on
Youngbud, consolingly. “ You'll prob over three months and found my
his arm to keep off the balls.
ably go there some time.”— Chicago
By this time we had reloaded, and
“ I consider it a splendid medicine and
shall never be without it, taking a dose several balls pierced the shield, and
“H ow do you know that Solomon occasionally when I feel run down and he fell.
was the wisest man?” "That's easy,” tired.”
Finding that we would not be dis
Our files contain thousands of testi
answered Mr. Dustin Stax. “ His wis-
lodged from the thicket, they set Are
dom Is proved by his extraordinary monials which Dr. Hartman has re | to the dry grass to rout us from our
accumulation of wealth.”— W ashing ceived from grateful, happy women position.
The Are came down upon
who have been restored to health by
us before the wind, and our situation
his remedy, Peruna.
First Elevated Road Strap— That's
looked desperate. The sparks flew so
a mighty pretty girl. Second Elevat
thickly that not a powder-horn could
T h e Y o u n g P h ilo s o p h e r .
ed Road Strap— Yes; and, what's more,
be opened. But when the fire reached
“ 'Nother piece of pie, please, pa.”
I can support her in the manner to
the ring round our wounded men and
“But you haven't finished your first baggage, we succeeded in smothering
which she has been accustomed.— New
It with buffalo robes, deerskins and
“No. pa. But you know you told me blankets.
Lady— W hat is it, little boy? Boy—
It was now sundown, and we had
I come to claim de reward you of not to eat fast. And if you give me a
fered for de return of yer canary. second piece now I shan’t eat so fast, been warmly engaged with the Indians
Lady— But that Is a cat. Boy— Yea. because I won't be afraid that the since sunrise. Seeing us still ready for
but the canary la Inside de cat.— Chi second piece will be gone when I get fight they carried off their wounded
through with the first piece. Please, and gave up
pa.”— Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Travers— I hear you are lecturing on
C A T T R A P P E D BY PR AIR IE DC G
the Strenuous Life. Palavers— Yes, I S t a t s o r O h i o , C i t t o f T o l z d o , |
L ucas county ,
got tired of hustling, and It’s so much
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BOWIE'S INDIAN FICHT.
by Pelvic Catarrh.
'* B e fore using A y e r’s Hair V igor T had very
thin and very poor hair. But I continued to
use the V igor until m y hair greatly Improved
In eve ry way. I have used It off and on for
the past ten years.” — M u ». M. D r u m m o n d ,
N ew ark, N. J.
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In a Precarious Condition — Caused