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Do You Wish
the Finest Bread
It is conceded that the Royal Baking Powder is
the purest and strongest of all the baking powders.
The purest baking powder makes the finest, sweet
est, most delicious food. The strongest baking pow-
der makes the lightest food.
That baking powder which is both purest and
strongest makes the most digestible and wholesome
food.' -:'.. -.
Why should not every housekeeper avail herself
of the baking powder which will give her the best
food with the least trouble ?
Avoid all baking1 powders sold with a gift
or prize, or at a lower price than the Eoyal,
as they invariably contain alum, lime or sul
phuric acid, and render the food unwholesome.
Certain protection from alum baking powders can
be had by declining to accept any substitute for the
Royal, which is absolutely pure.
She Why, Charlie, what a pile o! letters. Bil
lets doux. I suppose? He Not at my time of
life, my dear; billies overdue.
100 BEWABD 10.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive eure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh, being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatmeut. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease and giving the patient strength by build
ing np the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any esse that it fails to
cure, bend for list of testimonials. Address
: F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O.
tlf Sold by druggists, 75 cents. ,
Let us look into the force, mean
ing, reason of the oft-repeated line:
Cures Promptly and Permanently.
Pains Endured for 30 Tears,
Have been promptly Cured by
DT. JACOBS OIL,
By the ass of:
A FEW APPLICATIONS
... A HALF BOTTLE
Correspondence with Sufferers shows
entire permanence of cure up to this
time, In some eases covering
and so on, and this proof we bold.
A copy of the "Official Portfolio of th
World's Columbian Exposition," descriptive
of Buildings and Grounds, beautifully illus
trated, in water color effects, will be sent to
. any address upon receipt of 10c. in postage
stamps by Tub Charles A. Yooklbb Co
Miss CO. McClAYB, School
teacher,' 753 Park Place, Elmira, N.
Y. " Thi3 Spring while away from
home teaching my first term in a
country school I was perfectly
wretched with that human agony
called dyspepsia. After dieting for
two weeks and getting no better, a
friend wrote me, suggesting that I
take August Flower. The very next
day I purchased a bottle. I am de
lighted to say that August Flower
helped me so that I have juite re
covered from my indisposition." 9
You don't have to look
twice to detect thembright
eyes, bright color, bright
tion. Disease is
weak tissue .
is replaced by the healthy
kind. Scott's ,-Emulsion of
cod liver oil elects cure by
building up sound flesh. It
is agreeable to taste and
easy of assimilation. ;
preiwtred by 8w A Bowns, HI. Y. AM Srarirista,
"Jn ff 1st quality can ever
besent br mail. May-
lap you know it. By freight, prepaid if
rererred, we ship safely 4, 5 or 6 It. trees ;
vr.lUaes of rare excellence, every thing !
rbn a Anally pay lew than for the puny
j i Nurseries. 20. fO.1 acres
' :( y.--.,-t ,11 "-icW kn about trees
'-. ! n. ' "ma, ".
. All fur the Bent.
"Ia that check rood for anything!" asked
stranger, as he presented the paper at a Gris-
wold street Dank the other day.
"No, sir," was the prompt reply; "did yon
take it at its face valuer'
4W a Tt. anJ T Anl 1,fc t.
man ten on it"
"Well, you are done for. We know of no
each person here."
"I'm beat, ehr ,
'Done with my eyes wide oponl"
"And deserve no sympathy V
"Waal, it looks that way, and mebbe I de
served it. I thought I was about as sharp
and cunning as any man in the state of Mich
igan, but providence was waiting to make a
fool of me at the right time. My head isn't
half as big as it was an hour ago, and I don't
seem to want to swear, chaw terbacker or
kill a policeman. Blinder euros, ain't it.
Guess it's for the best, or will be after I walk
fifteen miles to get home. When yon see
crushed strawberries think of yours truly."
Detroit Free Press.
The Arizona Kicker.
We extract the following from the last
issue of The Arizona Kicker:
Mast Thanks. On Tuesday last
were seized with an attack of Apache colic,
and within ten minutes from the time the
grip first took hold we were tied in seven
kinds of hard knots and wanted a mule team
to bold us. It should be explained that this
colic is next door to Asiatic cholera, and
when it takes hold it means business at whole
We were seriously ill for two days and
nights, during which time we had scores of
callers and our friends were anxious to extend
every aid During the ten hours in which it
was thought we must turn up our toes busi
ness was mostly suspended in town, and our
condition was bulletined every fifteen min
utes. Our warmest thanks are due to our
friends and acquaintances and the public
generally; We are now about well again,
and shall be more careful in future. This
town can't afford to lose us just now, and
we realize more than ever that our death
would be a serious setback to the entire
state. Detroit Free Press. ;
An Absent Blinded Mao.
"I've met absent minded men in my day,1
said a hotel clerk to a Lewiston J ournal man,
"but none to surpass a porter that I knew
once in a hotel that I worked in at Rye Beach
one summer. It was along about 11 o clock
and the officers brought in a nice respectable
lookine man badly intoxicated, who had
come in on the train. Said I to the porter:
'John, take this man up to his room and
check his valise and put it into the coat room
on the second floor.' The next morning a
valise was found in bed. We hunted for the
man, and of course found him where you ex
pect. He was sleeping on the floor in the
coat room, his head on a grip sack and a va
lise check, No. , around his neck." Boston
Globe. . - - '
Born That Way.
Two , or three days ago Station House
Keeper John Joiner wag sitting out in front
of the guard house when an old negro man
and a little negro child came by. The child's
thin black legs were bent after the fashion of
pot hooks, and nine people out of ten that
saw the child would stop to stare at its dow
"That your child, ancle?" asked the station
"Yesser. , Leas' hit ougbter be."
"Mighty bow legged."
"Yasser," admitted the old man, "hit does
look sorter dat way, boss."
: "Natural deformity?"
"No, sah," quickly, "he was jes born dat
way." Atlanta Constitution..
Didn't Want to Begin. '
, Conversation is a very serious thing with
some people. One of this kind in a train was
asked a very simple question by a fellow pas
She made a deprecatory gesture and re
plied: "Excuse me, but I am only going to
the next station, and it's not worth while to
begin a conversation." Exchange.
BET HIM BIGHT.
George Augustus Sala. the well-known
English writer, on his last Australian trip
wrote as follows to The Jjndon Daily Tele
graph: ' " ".
"I especially have a pleasant remem-
hrannA of the shin's doctor a verv exoeri-
Annnd maritime medico indeed, who tended
me most kindly during a horrible spell of
bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, provosea
hv the sea foe which had swooned down on
ns lust after we left Ban Jfrancisoo. But
the doctor's prescriptions and the increas
ing warmth of the temperature as we
neared the Tropics, and in particular a
couple of Ailcock's Poeocs Pi,astebs
clanrJed on one on the chest and another
between the shoulder blades soon set me
right." f -
Doiley (who notes her black velvet, ribbons)
You are In half mourning. Dorothy l es, my
Ths North Wind.
The imrly north wind's blowing
11 ii trumpet load and thrill.
And piling high his snowdrifts
Along the naked hill.
He'ii flying madly southward.
And soon hla angry note
Will soften, and he'll dolt hia
Icicle brotdored coat.
For Ihon be'U be the sooth wtnd,
And he will wander back
With roses in his whisker
And roses In his pack.
He'll wave hla flower trumpet
And, northbound, scatter free
Bis pack of dewy flowers
On mountain side and lea.
Harper's Young People,
An Experimental Loeomottoa.
The owners of what are called the
Holman-Caldwell patents are having
fitted np in Milwaukee a locomotive to
be equipped with a new style of running
gear, which its owners think will accom
plish great things in railroading. The
new running gear consists of a truck
with ten wheels, three of which on each
ride rest npon the rails, and are sur
mounted by two others, the tires of
which have f rictional contact with the
tiros of the wheels below. Then, sur
mounting these two wheels is the drive
wheel of the locomotive, the wheel ar
rangement on each side being that of a
pyramid, with the drive wheel on top.
- - ... .
As the lower sets or -wneeis are 01
much smaller diameter than the drive
wheels which transmit motion to them
it is claimed that the ordinary speed of
a locomotive can be doubled by the use
of this gearing. A stock company has
been formed to exploit this invention,
and as soon as possible a trial trip ia to
be made. It is proposed to hrst run the
engine now being equipped from Minne
apolis to Boston. Representatives of the
Holman-Caldwell company have been in
Milwaukee for several days looking after
the construction of the trial truck and
exhibiting models of the invention to
railroad men. Milwaukee Wisconsin.
Saved by His Wife's W1U
The Rev. Dr. Clinton Locke, the popu
lar Episcopal clergyman, of Chicago,
made a bad break the other day, but
was helped out by the quick wit of his
wife. On the day in question he saw a
lady about to call whom he was anxious
not to meet So he said to his wife:
"Now I'm off, my dear. I'll run up
stairs and escape till she goes away,
After about an hour he quietly tiptoed
to the stair landing and listened. All
was quiet below. Reassured he began
to descend, and while doing so ne
thoughtlessly but emphatically called
out over the bannister:
Well, my dear, has that old bore gone
atlastr . '
The next instant a voice from below
caused the cold perspiration to bedew
his ministerial brow and rooted him to
the spot. There came a response which
sounded inexpressibly sweet to him just
then. It was the voice of his wife, who,
with true womanly tact, replied, "Yes,
darlins. she went away over an hour
ago, but here is our good friend, Mrs.
Blank, whom I am sure you want to
meet!" New York Tribune.
Hiss Ward '4 rid Her Andlenca ef One.
According to The Isle of Wight Guard
ian, the island one day recently was the
scene of a strange dramatic performance
with a powerful "cast" There could
be seen Miss - Genevieve Ward, Dr.
Dabbs, Mrs. Dabb3, and a dramatic vis
itor, a Mr. Lnmsdaine, together with a
young lady, Miss Ethel Goddard, and
this powerful dramatic company were
engaged in what? They were reading
through a new play of Dr. Dabbs and
Mr. Eighton, entitled "Dante, to se
cure the copyright. The admission was
one guinea, which was paid at the door,
and the audience consisted of one person!
And so the qualifications of the copyright
law were complied with, and the right
of the authors to the title of "Dante" is
legally secure against all comers. But
why not have given us all the chance of
seeing it? for nights are dull and the
atricals are quite in our way such is the
lament of the paragraph writer.
Death of s Jolly Good Fellow.
Mr. Jerome's serious illness recalls to
my mind an incident wnicn l noncea
with some amusement at his brother's
funeral He was such a jolly good fel
low that even when -ho was in company
in a coffin he was not as depressing as
an ordinary corpse. An awfully swell
young girl, -tailor made, with that
aplomb which only nature can give,
came into the room with a young man,
walked with the hippy movement which
was then the fin de siecle carriage for a
girl over to the cof&n, looked pleasantly
at Mr. Jerome, and then turned and
walked out again.
As she reached the
vestibule she said
to her escort with a.
cheerful tone, in a perfectly audible
oice, "Well, ho had an awfully good
time while he lived!" Could the king
of terrors have been treated with dain
tier indifference? New York World.
A Primitive Process.
Thare is no government tug at the
Norfolk navy yard now, and io moving
heavy vessel, along the wharf front the
hauling is accomplished mostly by the
bull teams of the yard, a primitive pro
cess, but the best available at present.
It takes about four yoke of bulls to more
a vessel easily aiong, due wneu uiey
tackle a big ship like the double arreted
monitor Amphitrite the bulls generally
go down exhausted before the hauling is
over. In doing tag duty for the past
year the bull team appears as a new fac
tor in the economy of navy yard affairs.
The late Duke of Bedford eat in the
house of commons for twenty-five years
and in the house of lords for eighteen
years, in all a parliamentary career ef
forty-three years, without opening his
lips. His estate covered 118 acres in
London, with about 8,000 residences or
shops. .' " " ; ."
Two hundred and sixteen thousand
copies of "Black Beauty" are claimed to
have been sold in America, and the Hu
mane Education association is having
the work translated into French, Ger-
I man, Spanish, Italian and Volapuk,
FOR PURE FOOD.
the San Francisco Board of Health No
tify Consumers Which Is ths Best
The Board of Health can engage in no
more laudable occupation than the ex
amination of our food supply and the
instruction of the public as to those ar
ticles it finds to be pure and wholesome,
and which, therefore, consumers should
There are Quantities ol baking pow
ders in the market to use which is cer
tain detriment to the health of the con
sumer. They are made from alum, or
improperly compounded from other
chemicals, so that they leave a strong
alkaline residuum in the food. Many of
these powders, having proved unsalable
In the East, have been collected by their
manufacturers from the dealers with
whom they were left on commission, and
shinned to the Pacific Coast. In the ef-
fort to gam a iootnoiu in mis maraei
their unscrupulous manufacturers have
indulged in extravagant statements both
with reference to their own and other
. 1 1 I Al 1 - A
brands, claiming the most improbable
indorsements for theirs and defaming
the brands best known and longest used
niton the Pacific Coast. This informa
tion from this high authority, therefore,
is most oDDortune.
The strength In leavening gas indicates
botJj the economical value and the purity
of a baking powder. The testa made bv
Messrs. Thomas I'nce & Hon, tne weu-
known analytical chemists of ban iritn
Cisco, show the Royal to contain 191
cubic inches of leavening gas per ounce
of Dowder. which was fifty-one inches
more than the next highest in strength,
This shows the Roval about 30 per cent
stronger than the best of the other
Dowders and its use tnat macn more
The opinion of the Board of lleaitu is
We. the members of the Board ol
Health of the citv and county of Ban
FranciRco. cordtallv approve and recon
mena tne itoyai .pacing rowuer, in
absolutely cure and healthful, composed
. . 1 T, I Tfc 1.
of the best ingredients, of the highest
strength and character.
In niur Indoinent it is ltJiPOBBiuie to
make a purer or stronger baking powder
. I . I 1 ft Du..!.. 1I.MM.
man tne rtoyai. Dn r ruuciow vuvu-
icle. . - ' .
Had a Remarkable Escape.
The Wattsburii (Or.) Times relates the
wonderful escape from sudden death which
befell Mrs. Lytlia vmIuh while camping
in the mountains. Near the tent stood
old tree, tjie top of which hud teen broken
off. The renminiiiK part or the tree was
perhaps 30 fret high nml 13 inches In diame
ter at the top. At a time when the ele
ments were perfectly calm that old tree
fell, the two prongs going on either side of
Mrs. W iggins. niissmg her not more than
ten inches. She escaped entirely unin
jured. . -. ' " '
" Brown' $ Bronchial Trochfi" will relieve
Bronchitis, Asthma and Throat Diseases,
Wife Aren't you ashame ! ct yourself, coming
home at this time o' night? Hubby I shn bin
home hours ago, dear, only wash 'I raid I'd Bud
Bad taste in the mouth or an unpleasant
breath, when resulting irom catarrn, are
overcome, and the nasal passages which
have been closed for years are made free b;
the use or kiys cream liaim. 1 sunere
from catarrh for twelve years, experiencing
the nauseatuiK dropping in tne inroat pe
culiar to that- disease, ana nose bleed ai
most dally. I tried various remedies with
out beneht until last April, when I saw
EIv's Cream Balm advertised. I procured
a bottle, and since the first day's use have
had no more Dieeaing tne soreness is en
tirely gone. D. O. Davidson, with the
Boston Budtiet, formerly with the Boston
Apply Balm into each nostril. It is
quickly aDsornea. uives renei at once.
Price, 50 cents at druggists' or by mail.
Jhi.Y Broth k as,
CO Warren street, New York.
Tit Gsbmsa for breakfast.
Both the method nod results whet
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and Kit
ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
hem effectually, dispels colds, head
.rnl ierars and cure hahitnnl
sonstipation permanently. For sale
in 60c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
tAH fSAHOiaCO. CAL.
WOIWILLE, Kf. USUI YORK. H.I.
Nature ehould be
assisted to throw
off imparities of the
does it so well, so
promptly, or so
safely as Swift's
LIFE BAD NO CHARMS.
Tor three years I was troubled with mala
rial poison, which caused my appetite to fail,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life
lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and
notash remedies, but to no effect. I could
get no relief. 1 tnen aeciaea to cry
A few bottles of this wonderful
medicine made a complete and permanent
cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever,
.... . j. A. kick, (jttawa, ivan.
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
pleo's Remedy for Catarrh Is the
Bent, Easiest to use, and Cheapost.
Bold by druggists or sent by moll,
Mrs. K T. HAxelMne, Wwntn. Ps.
1 N. P. N. U. No. 477-S. F. N. U. No. 654.
AN ENEMY BAFFLED.
fauillUr ill their lives, because they are born
with a tendency to biliousness. With this enemy
they re constantly batuinif witn lueneciuai
wtapon. HodUitttT'i 8t mach Bitters Will h
(fell Mere purgatives wll not reform a disor
dered condition of th liver IndUtated, uot by
constipation alone, but also by sick headaches,
yellowness of the sktn and eyeballs, uunh,
lurre i touirne aim uueasium, mure (wuvui.uj
upon pressure on the right side, upon and below
the short ribs. Avoid drasttn purgatlvtw whth
rliiB and weaken the Intentlne. and substitute
his world-famous sut'-blllous cordial, which
Ukewlxe removes malarlsl.stomachtu and kidney
complaints, rheumatism and nervousnt. As s
laxative of the bowels, patulous but enocuim, u
improves appetite, sleep slid theablUty todlutut,
and tHHisesses the additional advantage of a
staudatd tonic. :
It Is hsrd for a philosopher I
football should be called play
sopher to undorst' nd why
as shoveling coal
is considered nam wors
BUVTtJRS lltDPllM CUBED.
We peslttvely cure rupture, piles and all rec
tal dlseaws wltboatsaln er detention from Dual-
Mo eura, no pay. Also all FrivaU als
Adrlntas for namnhlet Drs. Fortarflsld
Usey, Us Market street. Ban Franohwo.
Jndoa If I sot as intoxicated s you do, I'd
hnt mvMlf. Prisoner If vou was tosslcatad
as I am, you ooulau' hitter ham door.
Use Inamelfns Stove Polish; bo dust, ne smell.
AftQr the Grip
" I was very woak aud run down and did no!
fain strength, like so many after that rostrat.-
lng disease, seeing
highly teconuuGuded, 1
hc'Rsn to tako it, and
was more than p'easud.
with the way it built ms
up. 1 think it has mad
mo better than hefors I
wis lick. I have also
been delighted with
and always prvfur them
So any other kind now. They do not grips ot
weaken. I am glad to recommend two such
Hood's f,S Cures
fins preparations as Hood's ftanaparllta and
heater, N. II.
Isaiah Emkuron, Man
H000'8 PILLS are purwly veritable, carefull)
from the best Ingredients.
Cores Consumption, vongos, vroup, sgn
ThpAfcl. Sold bv sll Dninuts on a GuarantM.
For a Lane Side, Back or Chett Sbiloh's Porous
Plastsr will give grwt ttiifctioa. casta.
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tonn.,saysi
I iter vied." For Dyspcrwlo, Liver or Kidney
trouble It exoel. Price 76 eta.
Have you Catarrh? Try this Kemedy. ItwlU
relieve and Cure you. Price 60 cw. "This In
jector for Ita suooenshll treatment Ik furnished
Ires. Sbiloh's Remedies are mM by us on a
snianmtee to give saUsf aotloa.
Th FISH UKAND 8L1CKXR Is wamuitcd wtw
.proof, snd will k rou dry In the hsnlntttorra. TM
new rOMMKL 81.U KEU I s perfect riUlrif cost, sn1
cnrrlieiiilrau.ull. UowsrsxrlinJUUiiis. IhHiU
Imr s exit If tlta " i nn ltrsnd" In not on It. Jllu.trs-
tuafye frr. A. . TOWEK, Btn, Him.
-WILL FIND A FULL LINE OF-
Printing Material and f.!ach'nery
For sale at lowest prices and most advantageous
Palmer & Rey Type Foiindiy,
Cor. Front anil Alder Streets,
Write for prices and terms before bujrlnf elrs-
I9TBII1 Miarn br hwedibh asthma
AS I R MA LUntU CURE. Sample maiUAJn.
!Morphln Habit Onrnd in 10
ito 90 days. Wo uajy till onrecu
DR.J, STEPHENS, Lobsnon.Ohio.
1 -mmtL "" .
f t JJI--JJLXI reef dven woman by MCOEE'8
w v sa,rf.ati mim bBVaLD EEMEDY has Riven
it the name of Woman's Friend. It Is i asm. uniformly saocets-
falin relieving the backaches, headaebft HI C 'J..TT"Sr. d weakness
which burden and shorten a woman's" '- "" life. ThouR.-.bds
of women testify for it. It will pive health and strength mw -mm mmm
and make life a pleasure. FOR BALE BY ALL " f ) Tj
DRUGGISTS. , N" '
for Consumption is what you
are offering, if your blood is
impure. Consumption is stmp-
Oly laiug rwoium. n.
lous condition, with a slight
n r.r.1,1 lii all that it
wukii v. ' -
nels to develop it.
But lust as it depends upon
the blood for its origin, so It
dmiends urn the bl
mxn tue iiiooa ror
The surest remedy
fnr Hnmfula In every form,
the nioatefTwtlvs blood-cleans-flrah-liullilnr.
restorer that's known to medi
cal science, is Doctor I'lcrce's
Golden Medical Discover.
Vnr 1'iiiiHAnititlon in all
earlier stages, and for Wea
and all Bronchial, Throat, and Lung airec
tions, that is the only remedy so unfailiiijr
that it can be guaranteed. It it doesut
benefit or cure, you have your money back.
... . , , i rt.iwk
mo matter now long you t uau y""' "t
or how severe, Dr. Sage's ttemedy will effect
a permanent cure, sow ia
by the proprietors of this medicine, for an
UaauraUle oaaa of Catarrh,
Italian and retlto, one year old: to 4 f't
blKh, I'JO per 1,000s 4 to 8 feet high, B pr l.uw.
Packing done at cost. All trees warranted Ime
to name and free from Insects or st ale. Hmid
orders to TH0H. J. DAVIS, attorney lu fact for (1.
K. Watklns; address, I'ortlaud, Or.
"i .rain in;
A monthly journal of Bpe
cial interest to Printers,
If you don't receive
and want it, write
Palmer & ReyTyps Foundry,
PORTLAND, - OREGON.
nd rfHD s rl-ti
hsnrwit. Tliry ur alunvn rvtliilils.
nlways In dviiiiind. kl wuy t h iM-nt
F.ir lN:l l In vultiHtilr to pvcry I'lanli-K
H ia an ewwhtimllu ot thi luu-bt tirumm j
luiuruuiiiuii iniiniuiiiisiiMiiuiiu'iut.'. ' .
Hercules Gas Ennina
(OAS OK OASOUKE)
Made for Power or Pumping Purposes.
a tlx MsrllSk
Our op Enoini am
Vo aimpUolty II Beats the World.
St oils Itself irona a Beservolr,
JXO Csrbnretor to get on of order.
Vo Satterlss or Eleetrlo Spartu
It rans with a Cheapor Orsd of OssoUns thsa ttaf
smd ro cttAUtuvn to
PALMER & REY, MahufacturssiSV
40S Umm Stmt,lai fraacijci. W..
M ANM QON QUTTEf
will ent Dry or toreeu
Bones, Meat, tirtstln aud alt
tireen Cut BuNErt will
double the nnmher of etcni
will make them more fur
tile will carry the hnl
safuly through the moltliij
perlra and put them In
condition to lay when ea;irs
command the highest prioe
snd will doveloiie your
chicks faster tltaa any
Fwirl flreen Bones and
ne Oreoaosieiia to kill
the lice, and you will maks
fifty per eenl mors prollk.
Send for Catalogue and
PETAUHl INCUBATOR C0IP1, PETiLUlA, CHI,'
Rl( ft tathaarknnwlMt
lcadlna rsinody tor U it 9
Innnaiural tflsnbarfM a
prlvatadlimMHisor dio. A
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