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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
13. HOFER, Ed. nm Prop.
Mi Independent Nownpopcr Devoted to American Principle nnd
Uie'Progreu nnd Dovelopcmont of All Oregon.
Published Uvory Evening Kcpt Sunday, Salem, Ore.
SUIISCRIPTIOK KATES.
(Invariably In Advance.)
JJDdlly.rby owler, per year W.00 Per month Wc
ally, by mall, per year 4.00 Tor month 33c
Weekly, by mall, per year,. 1.00 Six months 60c
2?
1 tpf
SPECIAL DELIVERY.
For convonlonce of subscribers branch delivery offlcea are estab
lished nt the following places at 35 cents per mouth, $1.00 for throo
Asykitn Store, P. G. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avenuo Junction.
Carllno, Seventeenth street o A. W. Lane, Garden Road store.
Dauo'B Store, Alex, Dauo, South Commercial street.
Electric Store, C. M. Epploy, East State street.
Pair Grounds Store, Harrison Dee, Pair Grounds Road.
IIowoH'b Corner, Twelfth and Cros3 streets.
O. IC. Grocory, A. A. Englobu t, Twelfth street.
Whoolor'B Storo, W. D. Wheoer, Highland avenue.
Yew Park Stor, P. Q. Dowor ox, Twelfth and Leslie.
HUT WHAT ARE ALL THE PROMINENT POLITICIANS GETTING
OUT OF THE WAY TOR?
OrrgouB Timber.
mo Btantung timbor in
i yifc . vfl
OroKon lFTYv Pn ..'
.... a Tariin .. u-- njiav n m - jrm. - vti.
.. ... i i-t. .i., ..ii.i mwminnr nin. ivixii nil.- nmmitita n inn nnn nnn a .... jmiw . '
Is it to leavo xno nuiu upon 10 rmiuu -" --- - " ,, uuu,uuu icot ac- ia" VA aWni..
NEY AND ONE RDl'UHLICAN PACTION FIGHTING FULTON? wording to CiiiuUcb E. Piolds, of Port. ' CElEBRWEDTrt H
Dut what is the uno of aurmlBlng. Pulton wfU bo up for ro-oloction land, who has boon consulting United ' Zj STOMACH 0 a ll ft
and ho will put up a fight that will mako the Oregon woods ring. States government roporta on tho RITTFRQ m ,0
Pulton has dono hh boat to conclimto pom incuuiw u.m .j umuur, i-" tmisj
"Tills timbor. at tho nrnannr i-nfn tfSsfi
g&s. AV A
aft
turn in and support him.
Tills timbor. at tho nrnannr i-nfn
"""' of consumption, not allowing for tho
4". .4. Ia posed. ObBorvation was kept on growth it will make, will Inst 1C0
tSltSHKIl nlnoty-soven houses for fifteen days, years," said Mr. Piolds. "Of course,
' " . any twonty-ono children ilndor 4 tho rato of donuding will incroaso as
Whcthor it ia of tho noso, throat, y0(u8 of ngQ woro (1iSCOVOrod, Sill tho yoarsgo by, but oven then tho
etomach, bowola, or more uoHcaw or- Btttur(lay nBhtB, n0 valuo of standing timbor in Oregon
gans, catarrh a ahvaya debilitating anu f q m Jg
should havo attention. ...... ., ,.,i,n i i,nnu i .i. ,i.i tri.i ....
Lord, lot mo throw them carefully each day,
Tho spools on which the frailest thread is wound .
Tho thread of llfo, nor lot mo with it nlny
A broken strand not easily is bound.
And I would gladly blond tho red and gray,
For n I weavo so must my life bo crowned,
Lord, lot mo throw them true, day aftr day,
Tho shuttles round which lifo's frail threads are wound.
Both Slator Whltson, in tho Cosmopolitan.
THE SALEM MACHINE GETS A JOLT.
Tho last vostlgo of machine politics got a hard Jolt at tho last moot
ing of tho city council.
Tho machine had, a bill to crcato tho offlco of City Engineer AT
$100O A YEAR.
According to program the machine had it referred to a committors
thut was "Bafo" nnd in duo timo the committee reported tho bill "that
It do pass."
RUT IT DIDN'T PASS.
Aldorman Stolz got up and iolomnly suggested that as tho bill had
novor been in tho hands of tho ordinanco committee, it hotter go thore.
THIS WA,S THEREFORE ORDERED AND THE JOI1 WAS NIPPKD
JN THE HUD.
It has boon tho custom to got grnft bills roportod back without dis
cussion and thou railroad them through.
Tho machlno doos not want any of Its measures DISCUSSED IN
OPEN SESSION.
Thoy aro proparcd in Bocrot, comlderod in toorot, nnd then enough
membors aro solicited to put thorn through. v
That way of doing biiBlnosa 1b nearly at an end in this city.
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from i0j
.mil.l hnvn nttnlHlOIl. ...... - - .... ...... I..... "vJ3s AI,A , 1
The dlscharKO from tho mucous -ponnl to bo found drunk whllo in onougn in uio whole United States """crs for ImllgCTtlon ti 7 ?
mombrano la becauao this ia kept In n charB0 of a child, has had a dotorront to b'.iy It at present, basod o;i $12 a 'KMney Ills, chi$( c "JW
Btato of inflammation by an impure offoct( nnd 8Ugg08t8 an extension of thousand feet. U always cum. !llw
condition of, tho blood. Thoroforo, to thQ Bft,o lo chu,iron nct. "Tho timbor of tho stato U worth - 1
euro, tako tho bcBt blood puriUcr, DpMlIo mon8Ur08 appear to havo $3,000,000,000, or about tho sum to- r"7 ,55
UrtnH'c SafSaDarilla bopn alroady takon at Liverpool, and tnl-of tho national dobl at tho clogo i 'Ij,NS FEA The Mpitfi
l-IOQU 7, , ,"Lm tablets the Chief Constable (Leonard Dun- of our Civil War. Very tow of in! h Mcurlo, ono of the tn'S
&SBfl. MaBsr &SSS&H tablCt3 ing)f writes that Instructions woro 'Mop to think about this, and It is 'rtnn Mmptper, lu JJ8'
' trivon nt Mm last annual meotlnc of only by hunting tho government 11k-'. ra t0 bo,lvo that. Jinan..'..
TEACHING CHILDREN TO TIPPLE tho Ucoiibo committee to watch tho uroB that a corroot ostlmato can boi,0,,!m raa" b( directed tilUmil
houses whero women were oncour- ninuo. i , i America or jt 4
A Home Ofnce return isaued yos- agC(i to drink. "Dut wo havo other things bcsldoa !' , the 8outh Amerlcaa i
terdny will come na a shock to many, in 8omo lnatancca tho pollco havo , timbor that run Into dollars pretty ,t , situated along tho Pacific m
Boclal reformers, not excluding tho 80on women go In with childron, faBt. Thoro was n timo when wo , lak0 a3 a te"t for an Mab
avorago tomporanco advocate. It como out at onco, ovldontly having thought clover could not bo railed In i-a,l0 discussion of'the mbfof
gives tho result of certain inquiries UQOtl rofiuscd drink, leave -tho chll- tho Wlllamotto valley at all. Last ' mad3 b)' Count Okami,
In London and half a dozen principal dron on tho pavement outsldo and harvest wo raised 1,500,000 pounds. 0I lno most aggresslro aal i
provincial towns aB to tho frequent- g0 in agnln to got their drink. In which, at 11 coniB a pound, would J10"8 tho Japanow statesmen.
ing of public houBOB by wombn and other asoa ono woman had boon booh run ntpto $IGR,000. Yot clover Is ,s ,qU0.lJ? a? Mylng: "Tke t
childron. Thoy aro appalling. At t0 stay outsldo with hor own child only an lucid ntal sourco of revenue. inn" mwUA 'orces of Japa ir5
Mm same timo tho observations of tho n,i thoao of her omnaulons whllo I nm not llguring today on livostock, tn,.!"or? orntt,ent. They otitA
.. ,.. i.. f i n. .. ...... ... , i 11. .- .i.UI. Inlrir tirn1 unto rnlti n nl,1 ' 111111120(1. It lg nrOlier fftr
111U DUlUVi III1IVI HIV UUJv. ..tv.w..u v.. ..w mm LIHIOU Ul IIV.I viwin.u..... - -- --w v. - -
police authorities In roforenco to tho tho latter go in and got their drink, dairy products, grain or gold."
.. as.. ... i a - nil. !
THE GOLDFIELD SITUATION.
"warmth and ullttor" nnd nlso thtf nftor which bIio took hor .turn. Tho
mntBlcal attractions which aro of- UconBes hero aro fnilly awaro of tho
fored In somo places aro not without vlowa of tho licensing commlttoo, nnd
pathetic Interest. tho stops taken by tho pollco during
Sir E. Henry, tho Commissioner tho pant year to impress thono views
of pollco for tho motropollB, fur- upon llconsoos hav.o, I am glad to
nlshOB a dotallod tablo, and In his 8ay, produced coiiBidorablo improve
accompanylng letter makos tho fol- ment. In many Iiousob noticoa for
lowlng intoroatlng statements: bidding tho prosonco of childron In
"Thlo prnctico doos undoubtedly urine may bo booh." Londan Mall.
exist In working and poor noignuor
hooda, particularly on Saturdays. It
is ovldent that tho women aro at
tracted by tho warmth and gllttor of
tho public houses, which afford a
contrnst to tho housoi In which they
llvo, and In n number of casos thoy
aro unablo to leav othclr young chll
vurnin
utlllzod. It la proper for th
try possessing them to use tfoft
uumiueroKvi expansion In couasS
woU deilgnateJ." OurChlltuS
DO PEOPLE
SHUN YOU'
, tt ,. . j"ii"iy sium.-s mat anoar
UOOd COllee IS partly in Iccintrles nnmed by Coa0r
buvinp-' nne mrflv in lvvcro Chll' Pcr" and Mei'w.S
d u y i n g ana partly in )Wiro chBraotorlled by thl ;,J
lllclK
else.
making'; like everything1 ,"tntoman as "tho bet uk$
Your crocer returns your inonoy If you don't
Uko Sclillllnir'ii Dost; uc pny lum.
-o-
oludod In tho future vlthb
.sphere of the Influence of .Wj
KI Mo-curio claims to TolutltiSj
Clillaan sentiment In oppoW?
Japanoso immigration lata C&t
Chllo tho objection to the qm
It both political and econoolt 1
A HlKIIlllCaiU BUgECKWl I KM
"A practlco which has boon no
ticed, and which can only havo a
vory projudiclnl orfoot on tho aflor
Uvea of tho children, io that of al-
Ti i i. ,i.. r ii,a ann nn.i nnt nt tim Vniimi tn maintain tho nubile lo'wlnc or Inducing thjm to Blp tho
ponco within Its boundaries. Only when tho forces of disorder become drink ouppllod to their parents, as
too strong for tho Stato to subduo c an tho President properly lntorvono regards tho bad languugu which thoy
with tho national troops. Novada has hlthorto shirked that Hrat duty (mny hear, it Is generally only tho
of a "Hovorolgn stato." It baa no militia whatever. In onto of vlolonco yooingost childron who aro takon Into
or throatonod vlolsnco tho Shorlffe can doubtless appoint, arm and pay ( tho public houao too young to u
"dop'.ttlei" In any numbor. That kind of a force, howovor, unaccustomod dorstnnd what thoy hoar. "Whon
to their dutloe, trnngoni to oach othor and to tholr oincora. at perfect thoy aro old enough to run nbout,
liberty to " rtwlgn" nnd lonvo at any inomont, la not much moro effoct- thoy nro generally loft to play In tha
lvo than tho mob which It may bo callod upon to moot. When a district stroets with othor childron." Ho adds
1) doiimm really disturbed, with rioting and nnnrcliy constantly occur- that whllo It Is lmnomlulo to give
ring or Imiwndlng, the only offeotual and tho only humano way to doal datnllt as to the oxtont of tho haul,
with tho elttmtlon la by a dlsolpllnod military forco commandoi by dls- of taking childron to thoee houaoa,
croet and exiiorlonced ofllcor. IT IS THE DUTV OE EVKHV STATE It may be of lntaroat tq noto that
TO IMtOVIDK IX)H AND SUl'POKT SUCH A FOHCE. Nevada has during tho yoar ondlng April JQth
iivor dono It. Governor Sparks rofusee to convont the Loglulature to last 1,058 persons woro npprohqndod
-. i . -ti .t ... A !!.. nn.a0n s i.aI. .luitnl uthllA In ilinrtvo fit
PERSONAL MENTION
Mrs. Dud Hill, of JJolso. Idaho, is i
v'sltlng relatives and frlonds in tho iy our Chilean contemponr.iliJ
city, ano was rormoriy aiibs voima u in uio nniurooranorenwtjiK
aro unablo to leav othclr young cmi-i ACC0UNT or volJj mtElTI Olovor, of this city. i United Statoj. Sari H ibmS
dron nt homo, as thoro Is nobody to FROM OATAUIUI? I Ulnnoho LlBton left, this morning "in tho face of tho duMW
iiu vmw w ..v..... . i ,or ,'oriiunu. wnuru miu vriu iii aiiesn iiiuiuriu iijuc idousm in
fflnntlu nmt rnlntlvoa for a waok. Ilnnmlnp iin In tho Orient blirtS
Miss Ella Hondorshot, of Eugouc, that tho nations of tt!i enftej
Is visiting Saiom rolatlvos and Btrongthen their rclatloJi; tuto
. . ...... I .. ... 1...1 .1,1 A,m
irioiuiu. bock an mwiiiusj wnaiiw
CotiBablo Johnson loft laot ovoning of tho Monroe doctrine td, tt eeto-
for, Albany vlth papors for tho arrost slon with the UnltejSuinofw
of a Mr, Hotchotf. who la charged I Araorlcn, tho formtlM rf W
with iwsault and battery. Imnto and revpectilfJ4.,ritf!
Dr. and Mrs. Oamnr K. Wolfo left monnclng nmbluoaofiM".
THEN HEAD DELOW.
lant ovoning for Newport, who'ro thoy
will spond a, week's honoymoon trip.
MIbb Emma Norod loft yoatordny
for Eugene, whoro sho will visit
frlonds and ralntlvo.
Mlf Mario Pratt returnod to hor
homo In Portland yqutordny, after
vlttltlne In thin olty.
I Mr. II. II. Honllne loft last even
ing for Kinc-ion io aiionu me wu
J8 woro womon. ,. . ,, ,, ,r,m,M, if vmi lmva thoi homo In Albany.
-.--. M.I.. rt t.l ,iMlo .u ...vw l. .v. ...w .. -
l,orH. O. H. unpior, uinoi uouuiu " fouif dlsguatlng breath, you have Mr. and Mr. Bj Y,: uiaaor iwi
whnt will huimon after tho withdrawal of the troops nobody can guo. Birmingham, aay: "i-rom my own t catarrh and I can euro it. -mv and Mrs. Ernest Dloaer navo ro-
"" .. .. - . i i..l It.n I All nnn nAA.1 tn rln In OlmnlV flllJ'
. -m a j m 1 .. . . i. .. i . . . ainkinci a . n mm navni niioani.nrir
. .. i-J.. U
snm." Tho MOWJWWi"
booa invoked agiW1":
Europonn power. UtiJ
Mmn will over compa
necessary to irara u W JJ
American itato? VkHttWg
canal I completed m " W,5J
. n.li IMf Mel
! Ant in tne rtrw- t.f-
a. iiiV4i vw- ...i.i
will have been Uken "
nmUoa of that "bam" "
Chlleaa conteni)orirr rw
We do not think 6JIJ5
American frlonds h J-g
an attack In force T tj
l)9foroUocanalI.
. i.m.fl jnoir 3.
That Ui Western Federation of Minora la domlnatel by anarohlstB la paroonal observation I can Btato that J All you nood to do Is simply tnia; tupMd to tnojr i,0mog in Portland,
avoII known. Tho ollloial lltornturo of the ordor le provocative of rlotjtho practice among womon of taking vn C$SSm dona' argue! You nftor spondlng ChrlBtmas hore.
and murder. In tho prosonco ot the Unltod Stntos troops tho Goldfleld infanta and young childron Into pub- haVQ ovoryti,ing to gain, nothing to Mrs. W. D. Itodgora and childron,
strlkora havo boon porfeotly civil It was stated that the "high up" He hmisoa at all hours, from oarly j030 i,y a0nK na I tell you. I wont of u00a Itlvr, aro visiting rolatlvea
men in tho ordor concedod that tlfb UaderB In Goldflold woro bad men morning until lato at night, Is gon- no monojwJuBt your namo and ad- ,n, galQm durlng tho holidays. Mr.
.in.i niKint'tniMr tn itonnrr inom. it mnv no itrcsiimeu. uwuv . maw urui uuu uu .igniiu, . v. w --- wn.iirnrH was iuriuutiy u w..w.-0
raphor In thia city.
o
undortook to donort thorn.
thov will now romaiu. Tho Stato of Novada was given two weoka to
propnro to maintain tho ponco of tho Stato. It doos not aeom to bo be
llovod that It will bo ahlo to do so.
AS 1HWWMKN THE 8TIUKEHR AND THE MINE OWNHHS THERE
IS HUT ONE QUESTION INVOLVED IN WIII'OII THE OUTSIDE PUI1
LIO HAS ANV CONOKItN. That quoatlon la whother men who tako tho
plncoa of tho atrlkors ahnll do go without fea of mole3tatlon from any
one. In tho proper solution of that question tho whole country la In
terested. Tho State, and In caao of Uo luablilty tho Nation, ia bound to
protect every man In the poacoablo enjoyment of hla property or of his
labor in any lawful occupation. No mattor at what cost that must bo
dono. Minors and others who dlangroo with their employors aro at
porfoct liberty to atrlko, and alao at liberty to persuado others not to
tako .their plucas. Dut thoy aro not at liberty to attac'- or terrorize
thoso who nro content to take tho work, which they reject, or to do
atroy proporty. And It Istho duty of .tho Stato to see that they do
nono of those things. It thoy do .thorn or attempt them thoy thoreby
"toocomo enomlea or society and nro to bo dealt with accordingly.
i SOMH GOOD MEN AHE DECLINING.
stato what special ovlls roault there
from", but I havo seen womon giving
Infants a portion of tholr beer to
drink, and I nm told that thoy do
this as it makes tho ohlldron sleepy
and qulot. In the lowor- quarters
womon resort to tho public housed t
shortly nftor 10 o'clock In tho morn-'
Ing in largo numbers, whon thoy nrO(
supposed to bo doing tholr shop-.
ping, and on these occaslona thoy
tako the younger childron and In
fanta. Tho same thing occurs lajo
at night, especially on Saturday
night."
At Leeds the Chief Conatablo (.
G. Tarry) states that tho practice of
taking childron to tho public house
la not so provalont as might bo sup-
Thoro aro somo promlinont men doollnlng to become candidates for tho
"Unltod States senator in Oregqn.
WHAT IS THE MATTHIt? Why do usoh politician! as Frodorick
Mulkoy nd Joseph Simon WITHDRAW THEIR NAMKS?
Sometimes u poUtlelan Is only "eloklng" himself on whon he la pulling
lilmadlf off. '
Frodorlok Mlulkoy had got himself woll ndvertleod HY THE CALEN
DAR lUlVTH.
His ploturo hanga In nonrly ovory lutmblo homo In Orogon. What
Is ho afraid or, and why doos he thus idoly doatroy hie chance of
tamo?
Sonator Simon has adorned tho Senate. Ho Is a man not afraid to
Imrk up a troo WITH A TEDDY HEAR SITTING- ON ONE OF THE
liOWER L1A1HS.
It Io Toportod that Theodore Will-cox will not .'omo out for tho of
llco for somo unknow reasou.
It is roportod that If Mr. Schubol Io not appointed Unltor Statos Dis
trict Attorney thero will bo a gonoral candidate Bprung on tho people.
IT MAY HE THAT MR. U'REN WILL RUN'.
Ono thing about U'Ren, you. would know whoro ho was at In matters
Uko tho roonll, ahackjlng tho legislature bo It could not atir hand or foot
without tho people's pormlsslon, nan other such like constipations.
What a twin nourno and U'Ran would MAKE ALONG THE LINE
OP NEW IDEAS IN THE SENATE!
Tho pgoplo could not complain of not being represented on progress
ive lines. . .. .
FREE.
This coupon 1b good for one"
trial package of Gauss' Combined
Catarrh Cure, mailed free In plain
package. Simply fill In your nnme
and address on dotted lines bolow
and mall to
C. E. GAUSS, 780 Main St.
Marshall, Mich.
o-
Bank Accounts for
Christmas Presents
You can give nothing more
practical to the boys and glrlj
for Christmas than ono of our
savings bank books with an In
itial deposit of ono dollar or
moro ontored to their orodtt,
and boaring their namo ou tho
outside.
It will help and encourage
them to savo money. a habit
which will bo valuable to them
all tholr lives.
High Water Expected.
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
Albany, Or. D?c. 2 7. With tho
continued hoavy rainfall of tho past
few daya tho Wlllamotto, Santlam
l and tributary streams aro rising
rapidly, and aro now far oveV tholr
banks. The entire surrounding coun
try Is inundated as a result. Yester
day noon tho Willamette hero regis
tered 24.5 foot above low water and
Is oxpectcd to roach 30 feot. While
no damago of consequence has 'been
dono In Albany, reports from tho out
lying country aro that somo Btook
has been drowned. Tho Santlam
voglsters 14 foot and Is rising. En
trance to Albany from Benton county
.by road Ib out off because ot the
flooded condition of tho country.
A Home Mhdo Happy by Chamber
lnln's Cough Remedy.
About two months ago our
baby girl 'had moaslos which
setllod on hor lungs and at last
osulted In a novoro attack of
bronchitis. Wo had two doc
tors but no relief was obtained.
n'.tmi.vlinIv rhnucht BhO WOUld die. I
wont to eight dlffront stores to find
a certain remedy which had boon
recommended to mo and failed io g
it. when ono of tho storekeepers In-
slstcd that I try Chamberlain s w
i .ul. Villi!
Japaneso nave iw --" j,
tM, Imp-wiwo'T-.d
mainland If ABia. -,
-v.. nsa "si
very door. w -
entirely different P-TU
thousands of miles m f
nf nunDllei umaM
South Aroet
assumed tht
snect the
0, tUo remote po - d(jj-
i " ' . enB
S3v!ius ment
Capital National Baak
llanco ..." rti,
i"IBU """: "''.";'..- nhv ia i,rinKtonwr",7.. w
Romeay. i am bo uuu uu. - - - . . tne ir-'M
allvo and woll today.-Geo. W. signs W uth Ae J
Spence, Holly Springs, N. C. For sa.Ojin w and &r
r". T".mute a "" "
will cvw ., nf le
CftltN'
at Dr. Stone's drug storo.
-o-
Tlint's Itl ! I
Cough yourself Into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't get
well. If you will only try a bottlo
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup your
cough will bo a thing of the past. It
la a positive cure for coughs, Influ
enza, bronchitis and all pulmonary
diseases. Ono bottlo will convinco
you at your druggist, 25c, 50c, fl.
Sold by D, J. Fry.
v rr - ,.,., , w,n
South AHWW" T
...,.med that the JiF
rLXX&
.r:ia
,ng ui - kfVA
etratlonB- " .
th0 ground r-
too g"v w,t..,. ,fleilM-
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... . tiemm
01S!1
cniieuu..--- h raiw;
. niiinnco " -
tw
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VZhf
HICKORY
BARK
Cough Remedy
Coughs. Colds
CROUP
WhooDinrCoulb
Honrnc
BronchllU
I SORE THROAT
THBOATndlJNCS
mmA Outt W
wnoitwanwtitca
v -y,rZ,sir"
I SAUU. OWCQW.U.S.A.
Mu. Ttfl W
otectlon
for iw ' .I the t"nw
t0 tho 6tb IZ by tn
form at the i
irV ThoSouiu- y
U advisable. "JunJ
...... ciiner" ..-rii
il"yn vbemoreo-,
.TOW-" roffltW,:
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aoru?
AutP
n is not the Jgjj
.IbuttheJ
r:."iuted t ;.. . or.
0s3i" .. ... rf
T,.ia, 9K. BOc. $1.00 Sold by
frst-clasa druggiBts everywhere.
vitality
to tho
Uf'
vua stomach B:rf
Iain's Stonw 4Cii
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T tok 1Z
clear
free.
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