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"I regard the Royal Baking Powder as the
best manufactured and in the market."
Author efil Common Sense in the IfohsehoW
Jewelry, Watchea and IHamonils.
For a first-class article in Jewelry,
Watches, Iiamoiuia. etc., send to A. Kel
denheituer, leading Jeweler, F.rst and Mor
rison, Portland, Or.
she "The brite's father five her away. I sup
pose?" He-'No. He sold hor ttlvtIy."
Holiday presents in Jewelry for every
body, fend to A. Feldenheimer. leading
Jeweler, First and Morrison, Portland, Or.
Let us look into the force, mean
ing, reason of the oft-repeated line:
Cures Promptly and Permanently.
Pains Endured for 30 Years,
Have been promptly Cured by
ST. JACOBS Oil.
By the use of:
A FEW APPLICATIONS
A HALF BOTTLE
Correspondence with Sufferers shows
entire permanence of cure up to this
time, in some cases covering
and so on, and this proof W3 hold.
A copy of the "Official Portfolio of the
World's Columbian Expi ation," descriptive
f Buildings audi Grounds, beautifully illns
trUt1, in wa'or cpr effects, will tie sent to
cny address noon receipt of m i;i pnstace
KtLimn It Thb C'Ui-ELts A. Yooai.tR to,
"What is August Flower for ?"
As easily answered as asked. It is
for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem
edy for the Stomach and Liver.
Nothing more than this. We believe
August Flower cures Dyspepsia.
We know it will. We have reasons
for knowing it. To-day it has an
honored place in every town and
country store, possesses one of the
largest manufacturing plants in the
country, and sells everywhere. The
reason is simple. It does one thing,
and does it right. It cures dyspepsia
We do not know why
Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil is so useful in those simple
but varied conditions which
you know as " having a
cough." We cannot explain
it : we only know the fact
It may be due to the com
bination of tonic effects of
cod-liver oil and the hypo
phosphites ; it may be partly
due to the glycerine. There
are many effects in medical
practice the causes of which
appear to be plain, but how
those causes produce those
effects we do not know at all.
Scott & Bownf, Chemists, iSo'ith 51b Avcnur,
Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion i.f cod-liv.jr
eil ah druggists everywhere do. $ 1 .
This Trade Mark is on the best
niottrated . n the World !
'r.."8,A J. TOWER. BOSTON, MASS.
A t.ooU Word fur the Mole.
Considering the good services he renders
' the fanner, it is rather hard that the
'niowdlewrs," as molii are railed in
some countries a corruption of the old
Knglish name "niotdwarps." a thrower up
of earth should le looked UHin as fH'S
and hunted out o mercilessly. True it is
that he spoils the appearance of some o(
; our tine lawns. Inn then the nuinUr of
I worm and iusc'tK that he can diMe ut
! is simply incredible. Out in the Melds, in
I wet pa-unv hinds, having insufficient
dniimmc. he i most useful; that, in fact.
Is his lii iniate domain. The tunnels lie
' Makes dr-.i .. (lie land- perfect ly, and those
j mounds of line earth that he throw up
j make i he nil mi fertile that the tattle in-
1 Yariahly thrive lietter on Mich than they
The iff objection nf course to those
i unremitting laliors is t Imt in mowing lands
the hillocks he raises cause the bav cut-
tins machines to break down w hen I hey
come in contact with them. Hut surely
even this need nut lead to the wholesale
destruction in other places of one oftiie
Diost indust rious and Useful ofoursinall
animals. True, he will destroy and eat
the young of the privileged robin red
breast; the nestlings of the willow wren
he will not spare either in fact, no small
bird t hat builds its nest on t he ground is
safe from our so railed Mind mole.
He, too, however, has his enemies aiming
the birds of prey; these will watch for him
as he throws up his hillocks of Hue earth
and secure him when they can. Hy t he
way, sheep thrive especially well on pas
tures where the moles are busiest. T'i
grass that trows upon t he hillocks suits
them perfectly. And the small fanner has
no better dressing for spreading on his
fields than t he soil that has been worked
by the mole. Pall Mall Budget.
A First l ierienie.
Well do I remember my lir-t attempt at
serving a writ. I had lcen but a few
months in theofliee when my principal one
"Warnford. do you think you could man
age to serve a writ
Kager to distinguish myself, I volun
teered, and one line summer's evening, just
as it was getting dark. I repaired to the
house of the person whom was to serve,
who, among ot her things, bad been guilty
of cruelly ill treating his wife.
It was not without sonic fear and trem
bling that I knocked at the door, which
was speedily opened, and a long, pale,
hatchet face, adorned with black, lank
hair, thrust around to see w hat I wanted.
I explained my errand, and was asked to
stepinside. 1 entered the dim little hall,
and my knees positively rattled together
as the spectral wife beater closed the front
door and doublv locked it. I would have
given quite treble the n 1 1 1 oil nt I was to re
ceive -s, bo. anil r.nnvuv fare was the
rule to have been out of it then.
However, I soon discovered that there
was no cau.se for alarm, for on receiving
the writ, with tears in his eyes the canting
old villain Iwgged me to intercede for him;
he was so very sorry; he had lost his tem
per, etc., and I soon after left that grew-
some house, fully impressed with the
majesty of my calling, that had sosoon
brought him whining to his knees. Lon
Oddities About the Kiver Nile.
The Nile has a fall of but six inches to
the thousand miles! The overflow com
mences in June every year and continues
until August, attaining an elevation of
from twenty-four to twenty-six feel above
low water mark, and flowing through the
"Valley of Kgypt" in a turbulent body
twelve miles wide. During the last
thousand years t here has Wen but one
sudden rise of the Nile, that of 18"i!, when
30,XX) people were drowned. After the
waters recede each year the exhalations
from the mud are simply intolerable to all
This mud deposit adds about, eight inches
to the soil every century, and throws a
muddy embankment from twelve to six
teen feet into the sea every year. This be
ing the case it is plain t hat the mouth of
the river is thousands of feet farther north
now than it was in the time of the Ptole
mies, and it is only uquestiim of t ime when
the sediment will make a dam entirely
across the Mediterranean sea. St. honis
The use of Ely'a Cream Balm, a sure cure
for catarrh and cold in head, is attended
with no pain, inconvenience or dread,
which can be said of no other remedy.
I feel it my duty to say a few words in
regard to Ely's Cream Halm, and I do so
entirely without solicitation. I have used
it half a year, and have found it to be most
admirable. X have sullered from catarrh
of the worst kind ever since I was a little
boy, and I never hoped forcure, but Cream
Balm seems to do even that. Many of niv
acquaintances have used it with excellent
results. uscar Ustruni, 45 Warren avenue,
Apply Balm into each nostril. It is
quickly absorbed. Gives relief at once
Price, 50 cents at druggists' or by mail.
56 Warren street, New York.
AN 'EVENING LULLABY.
. .1 at ...
IVr U mftM ft fiN-.trfd.'tM fb j
Who Come when ihe nltiht laattll.
Who come with ft hiih like a IN"' blush
Or a moon brum over ih hill.
When the. children are growing sleepy
And with kisses are put to bed.
Then, out of the glnnm whrr the stnv flow
They come wtilt a silent tread.
Oh, what a ie the babies dreaming.
And what do Ihei IiiIiIitii sec
A wonderful kigh.1 in a t ilnn bright.
Afloat on the sleepy sea.
The sweet Utile fairies of slumber
Are only for drowsy eyes.
And a flight they take n lion you Hrst awaka
And are gone as the darkness tiles.
I think you lime seen them, dearie,
r'or of leu they come to ou;
Put then in a dream ot course they seem
An if they were real and true.
They scatter your stum y pillow
With dreams, like the leates of a rtvse.
When you open tour ejea ulih a glad sur
prise. Where are lhe? Why, nobody knows.
So never you mind, my darling.
If, somehow, you cannot tell
The wonderful place, nor cer tracts
The laud where the fairies dwell.
Their silvery wings that glimmer
A e out of a world slur:
They are angels of 1 1 It t from a region bright
In the realm ot some beautiful slur.
-A. I-Tiibbs in t ileus Kalis (N. Y.) Itepnblicaii.
Coventor Hons, of Texas, oil i'niii.
"No," xaitl Governor Hogx. "I
don't know whotv I ot 'I3y gutlins'
nt. I have Ihhmi usui); it -vor sineo I
nut tvim-nil, r, iitnl 1 have newr
hoard any oiu olso two it. lVrltatts
it is original. I do not say it is.
Anyhow, it has Ihhmi a jrrviit I'omfort
to mo throughout Ht'o, osjsvially
when 1 am emotional."
"IX) you ever russ, governor J"
"Not for many years. 1 quit it
before the war. When 1 was a small
lay I thought it was the thing to
use. and one day I strung out u sei
entiric exhibition of jirofanity only
to liHik tip niul see my father IkmhI
ing over me. I iiromised him if ho
wouldn't thrash me I wouM quit.
He took me at my word mul 1
have kept my promise. In after
years, when I was a printer ami an,
editor and undergoing all the mental
torture that ntlliets the era ft, I would
remember my promise just about
the time when my temir was alxuit
to get the lest of me."-Cor. Gal
We.l, linns Mats rililitiK.
I had long worsbiistl, and, though
on familiar terms with, my deity, 1
could never raise enough courage to
pop the imiHirtant question.
At my sister's wedding 1 was Ixv
sido the objeet of my adoration.
Ltviking through the marriage serv
ice previous to tins eommenrff.nent
of the ceremony, an idea, porhiip
lacking in solemnity, struck me.
When the clergyman asked, "Will
you have this man, "etc., I murmured
the same words into my compan
ion's ear. Somewhat to my surprise
and greatly to my delight, she, with
the bride, responded, 'i will."
The promise thus given was con
firmed while driving home, and our
engagement was announced during
the nuptial festivities. Cor. Boston
It ttiiins rvery Set en Days.
If it rains on the first Sunday of
the month, it is morally certain to
rain on two or three of the other
Sundays. Why it is sty no ono
knows, unless it 1k that rainstorms
in this country come at intervals
altout seven days apart, and if the
rain happens to hit the first Sunday
the other rainy Sundays follow as a
natural consequence. The coinci
dence has lieen noted too ofteu to
doubt that it really exists. - St. Louis
The Worship of Heavenly Itoilivi.
In central India Itoth sun and moon
are worshitxHi by many triles, such
as the Korkus, Khonds, Tungeses
and Buraetes. The Khonds adoro
the powers of nature, as the gods of
the bison, tiger, hill and cholera,
but all these deities occupy a far in
ferior position to the heavenly iwxhes.
In the Deccan some of the aboriginal
tnlx's also acknowledge the sun and
cioon by an act of reverence. Lon
How Cobalt Is Obtained.
Cobalt is now obtained from low
grade ores by roasting the ore in
combination with common salt and
maganese, and then treating the so
lution with sulphuretted hydrogen
to remove the copper, while the co
balt is precipitated by sulphide of
sodium. The process can be oper
ated at a much lower cost than by
the usual methods. New York Sun.
A (;ei iiiHii Idea.
The Genu an colonial office has is
sued for the use of all pioneers in
distant lands, .more especially in
Africa and New , Guinea, a manual
of instruction telling how to collect
vocabularies of languages, of which
no previous record is available. The
words are aiTanged according to
An old farmer said to his sons:
"Boys, don't you wait for somethin
to turn up. You might jest as well
go and sit down on a stone in the
middle of a meadow with a pail 'twix
your legs and wait for a cow to back
up to you to be milked." London
A Wee Weather Prophet.
Little Boy Do you think it'sgoing
to rain ?
Little Sister Ditl pa take his um
brella? Little Boy No.
Little Sister Yes, it's goin to wain.
. A.kMl H
Not ti Trust.
To tb I'd I to t u( tba Punnet of My til
In your laue ot the 'M tilt, la an ariU-W
deploring the trust thut you state hud been
formed, itoveruiiiK the price of printing
type, and Hading limit with the tendency
of the times to torui aut'h trusts.
Now I happen to know somclhlri; about
this, and know that hardly a type foundry
in the I'nited Slates has uiado'over I to 1'
per cent, on the capital invested for the
past four years, and many of them not
that. I a!s know there bus not been any
trust formed; it is simply a stock company,
taking in nearly all the lotindries in the
I lilted Slates. Itusiness will he carried on
much cheaper than ever before, and prices
will not be advanced above a lair prollt:
mid that has been the result of almost all
of the so-called trusts about which so much
has been said.
While 1 am sorry thai it is possible lor a
);reat agKriTattou of capital to get into a
lew men's bunds, ami hope the time will
tome when, by some means, this can be
stopped, yet I am tree to say that every or-itani.-atiou
every purchase, for Instance,
by tioutd of railroads, pelting; them under
oiie corporation or every com bin making
fewer organiulions, bas'rcswlted In a de
crease of price in freight and passage.
I do not believe that the American Tvpe
Foundry t'o. w ill charge exorbitant prices
for their good. I do hope that thcvwill
be able to make dividends of at least N or ti
per cent, on the capital imr.stcd; that Is
what has not been done for yrura, The lili
trul papers of the count rv have, in tuy
opinion, too much to say about these su
ral led trusts ami great combinations, I do
not believe it docs their cause any good;
on the contrary, I believe it hurts" t Item,
bccsilse the people who know the facts in
each case are rc idled from considering the
liberal ideas put forth. l V. Hakkk,
limner of l.iiiht, Huston, Ma
It is not until utter the rtsult Is dctliutely
known UihI n KrtMl iiuitty ps Ie have sett'.eil
oent ietions m to w heiht r or rot It ts ris'ht to
lay w aiccnioii el't'tloiis.
Til K V NKVKIt IAI1..
J. N. H arris, It Fulton Market, N'ew York
" I have I teen using llmsi'io ru'a 1'ti.i.s
for the last lil'teett years. There is nothing
equal to thetn as blood purifiers and liver
regulators, put I wish to slut" how re
uiitrkaldy tin y cure rheumatism, mid how
easily; I Was all cc ted by rheumatism in the
legs. My business ( wholesale tlsh dealer)
naturally lends me to damp places. I could
not w.rlk, and at night I sullered fearfully;
I tried balsams, satsaparillas and all kinds
of tinctures, but they did me no good, and
I was afraid of being a cripple. I finally
commenced using 1hnpio iu a 1'u.l.s. I
took two every night for ten nights; then
1 began to improve. 1 continued taking
them for fortv days, and l got entirely
well. Now, w liencvcr sick, I take Hkx
puktu's l'it,i.s. Thev never fail."
It is erident'x to be mi open w Inter. Kveti the
election whs not close
A continuation of a tough for any length
of time causes irritation of the lungs or
some chronic throat disease, "(rou-a's
AYtinrAuil Tmrhru" are an effective cough
remedy, l'rice, J.'i cents. Sn( nly itlmjrs.
The imi!l Ikiv represents one brsii.t of lean
that Is not relished at the o'cloi k giilherliiKS
CAT A It Kit CAN'T II K CtKKI
Wtih I.OCAI.Art'UCATlO.Ns.asthev Ci.u'tnach
the seat ot the disease. H iirrtl is a bit ml or
Coimumtt'Uial disease, and In i rder to cure .t
you hsve to t .ke Internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken inter, tally, tt tut acts directly
ou the blood and mucous surfaces. Hull's t ie
turrh Cure Is no unite medicine. It was pre
sciitxsl hy one ot the best ph)sleUua In this
country lor years, and is a r ku ar prescription.
It la composed ef the best tuilc known, com
bine i wlih the best blued pnrlllers. acting ill
net ly on the iniicou surfaces. The aufeet
' omblliBtttiii of the two Ingredients la what pro
duces such wonderful results In curing catarrh,
end for testlmo' lals free.
F. J. CHUNKY A; t O., frops., To tsjo, O.
Slid hy dings-mis; price, Ti ceil a.
with Catarrh, finally and completely,
-or you have $500 in cash.
That's what is promised you, no
matter how had your case or of how
long standing, by the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Catarrh can be cured. Not with
the poisonous, irritating snuffs and
strong, caustic solutions, that simply
palliate for a time, or perhaps, drive
the disease to the lungs but with
Dr. Sage's Remedy.
The worst cases yield to its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing prop
erties. "Cold in the Head," needs
but a few applications. Catarrhal
Headache, and all the effects of Ca
tarrh in the Head such as offen
sive breath, loss or impairment of
the senses of taste, smell and hear
ing, watering or weak eyes are at
once relieved and cured.
In thousands of cases, where ev
erything else has failed, Dr. Sage's
Remedy has produced perfect and
permanent cures. That gives its
proprietors faith to make the offer.
It's $500, or a cure. They mean
to pay you, if they can't cure you.
But they mean to cure you, and
Cures Consumption, CourIis, Croup, Sore
Throhi. Sold by all Druggist on a Guarantee.
For a Lams Side, fcacl: cr Chest Ehiloh'a Porous
Planter will give crent rsllsfaction. 25 cents.
Mrs. T. S. 1 lawldno, Chattanoofrn, 'lenn., says s
"SfciWt's Vttcllzcr'SAVF.D MY LIFE I
cnnxUler it t ho b?;.i rcma'.-jfuradclClk.tcd mxtem
J ever sJ." Tor Dytperda. Liver or Kidney
troublo it osccla. Price 75 ctj.
mR EME D Y.
Have you Catarrh? Try this Remedy. It will
relieve and Cure you. Prlco 60 eta. Thig In
jector lor Its succeesf ul treatment la furnished
free. Shlloh's Remedies are sold by us on a
iruarantoe to give eatl&f action.
as TI II Jlf W
COPYRtOrrr raw 1
A iivrtun ok tin: ini am rrirt.
iMpthfl bun trdtr ten's or raorv frcfa I be
century, and the legmttitwlH represent thotvnn
ot Ihu unhomided popularity of Ito'fttlt'r
Stomach billeia. I he openliu of Ilia year lv'l
w ill be nIkiiiiIWiI by the appeaiante 1 1 a tivsh
Almanac ot lh Hitters, In which t ho llt a. tit rl
vatlon and action of this w orld tuitions tut dlcli c
will bo luiblly ait (ot h Kver.bodi should read
It. The tale ibir ami aslniuoinlcal culeulnllous
to be found 111 litis brochure me itlwu) aslou
IshltiKlv accunile, and the statistics, lllustni
I loos, humor a d other rtt(t 1 tun nuiiter ilch it
Interest and full of piolll, I he llosletter t'oin
itt n el I'lllsbiirH. I's , publish 11 tlieiitst he
They employ mine thiiii suly hniuls In the uic
chai'ib iil work, and inont 1I11111 eleven months lu
the year nut eousiumil lu its prepHtitllou It
t an ls obtained llboiil cost ol nil 1 1 1 1 h t-1 s 1
ami eoutiu v dealers, ami Is printed in I 1i41ll-.lt,
i.ctiuiiii, I'leiu h, Welsh, Soittenliiu, Swedish,
llnllnml, lloheiiilnu 11ml Hpaulsh,
There is a marked dllti reuce In the sound of 11
tin horn to thu victor and the vauiiillictl.
Hl'VTI'UK AMI I'll.Ksl tlUKIt,
We positively eum rupture, plltsi and all rec
tal diseases llh. lilt pain or di teiillou trout busi
ness, No cure, no pay. Also all JVnutr ills
ease. Addntan for pamphlet lra. I'onerlleltl
Loser, tkS Market sliect, Han Francisco.
HI ii nd Inn 011 one's dignity I a iincei lalu a w ny
to get along lu this world as w Hiking 011 "litis
A, If rid en lie liner.
Most reliable and largest Jewelry House
in Portland la A. Feldc iiholinei 's, leading
Jeweler, First and Morrison, I'm (land, Or,
rse Knaniolliie Htovo 1'oltsli; no dust, no smell,
Tit Ola-ma for break but.
Rjih the method mid ro.iu'.Li whf
nip of Figs U tub en; it i plcttfuni
Mid refrcsLing to the taste, mul icU
v'fntly yet promptly on tlio Kidney.
LiviT atul Bowels, clt inseg tlio sys
tetu eflectually, dicjuls colds, he.i'l
tches and fevrrs atul curt htibitu.!
onotipatioii pcrnianently. Ftr salt
in 60c and $1 bottles, by all druggist
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SH fRANO'SCO. CUt.
ICVIIHIU, ft. AfiV COAX H I.
w l'lie llrst tlos. often astonishes the In-
Ovnlltl. Klvlmc elasticity of mind, linoy-
a i icy ol hotly, uotxl ingestion, reifiiliir g
novels nd solid lle.li. I'rlee, li.lil.
lilt. PA KK KIl'S STICK ( Otdll ( I KK.
(Mm dose will stop a couidi. It never falls.
Try It. I rice, i ecu a buttle. For sale It) a I
alldrtlg lsta. pad tie Coast Agents,
G O. DAHLBENDt H & CO.. Dr.gglitt.
Kettrny Street, Han Krant Iseo, 'al.
ACENTS WANTED ON SALARY
ir rmiiiirni'oii, lo lutvadln Hit .w Talent 'iit-m-leal
Ink KraMnK iVtirll, Ari'titM innkUiK M.iO n'r
vxt'fk. Mniinif KruKt-r MuMiif'iu'ttirinK " t t0
I.h rotve, Win.
TY.AhJ), Isiliii ar itnllisiin.
Uitest Improved. Is r cognized hy the medi
cal pro'etslou as the only eoiiiuiou sense Indt
rniide for the curu ol rteiiiliuil Wen ess, I'aiua
ill Hack, Ixts of Memory, llyster a, Nervou
1'rostriitlon. or any d seasu arising from youth
(ill ludlsc etlon. Itelleves in one or two ilnys
KheiimatlHiu, t'otisllpallon, I'uiiilvsis, Kidney or
Mvcr Troubles. I'rlcetl. s-n i (or circular.
Hent ( . O. I. orou n ee pt of price. Addreaa
llsil.MOIi HltOM , KruggUla,
ANY WEAK MAN
Who la suffering, either lo Ms mlnit ur
ImmW. from tho liiluiioiis or wskoiihin
t ufliiutsof his own iimntiit ftilliits, almso
I and ecei can la- quirk) aim tienuar
' ni'litly ottrt iL l'aisirs f nti (aralisf).
DR. COLE & CO I'ortliuMl.Or.
Thesoold IK-tiirs Imra had 30 years'
itltMirU'iifto Pi ruriiiK 1'rtrate, Itlood, Nur-
n s,i,l HWIn IiIm.ssi'S. Writs t.i, dsv.
Reliable Ramedle tent privately to any address.
we w 111 forward you our Illustrated catalogue
and price list of hllverwarc, Ijimps, Ciockery,
Olasaware and House Furnishing (kkmIh, Free.
Olds & Summers,
189-191 FIRST ST., PORTLAND. OR.
' The Specific A No. I.
Cnrwi, without full, all enaes of (ionurr
hint mid tjitwt, no mutter of Imw long
sninillng I'luvnis stricture, It hcliiK an In
ternid rcineily (.'urea when everytliinn else
has filled. Hold hy all IiruKl.HtH.
Maiitiiiutiurera: i uu A.rtciioeiiiiei. Medicine
Prlee. :.nO. J""1', 1
Y ANN'S QONJ UTTER
Will enf Tlrv As riMnr
Bones, Meat, Urlstlo and all
Oreen Cut BONKS veil:
doublo tho uuinbur of eggt
will miiko thorn more tcr
tile will carry tho hem
safely through tho mnltlnt
period and put them Ir
condition to lay when eggf
command tho highest prlct
and will dovolopo your
chicks faster than anj
Feprl Green Pones and
ti so CreoHozone to kill
the lice, an 1 you will mnk
fifty per ccitt luoro proiit.
Pend for Cutaloguo antf
rETALUMA INCUBATOR COWP'Y, TETiLl'MA, CAl
1CTUM1 PIlDrn hv HWEDIKII ASTHMA
00 III III A bUi1l.ll (THK. S'lmj.lr mailed free.
COI.LIN'ri BKUrt. AIKDICINIC CO., Ht. Louis, Mo.
Morphine Habit Cured in 10
to20lnTa. No iiay till cured.
DR. J. STEPHENS, Lebanon.Ohio.
lillh'fS WHtHf. All HSf (AIIS.
Beat Cough 8rup. Taatea tiood. Cae
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Made for Por or Pumpirm Purpoaon.
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14 ROLLS, 153.12
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Order now for winter. No extra chrtrgu for
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