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Uncle Sam Has New
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A-J (Jo r"U think tu0 cost of lis.
tf IsIjo blKh T'icn 11len-
Co out 13 Iho back1 yard nnd run a
,1 fj Lr.;pllntcre(! alrlntn bono Into
t i : r ncnr the fcnco. If It
,.:rsk3 rrrlnklo a fow grains of salt
iad (;-Eno popper on tho exposed
ijc'j. t't P n" further cries by coy
t h i-nds with a bit of dough
1 It 1 ttlo whllo nnd servo on
I9C it.: great' It's cheap and also
jjljr 'rii-.n Undo flam, culinary
tijc t c- j o, and ho ought to know.
Kamuel'i now cook book li
. .. , i rr, ii sire rural ami annnna.
!-- -- - - - -
If- VI uunoia nun iiibu n
m'a c? l'-c country nnd oren then
tOSfJ C s winner.
Tta t"r of tho new cookbook Ii
al t'o of Mont In the
Hoe- a J It Is modestly llstod as
'Isrce-s I'ulletln 391."
H iu prepared by C. F. Langwor.
(jen rations In tho odlce of ex
frr'r : c'atlons, nnd Miss Caroltno
l I -t a n
C- Sam putt hl oRIclal foot
rrM i vrn on inn iprcmnnn rrnin
...4 - -- r nut tifllillv na nn Uilrnrnfn
.... , . , t . . ... .
m I i ..:n laiui'B ill uitrnLau
Tj cany reasons," say tho vol
es? t seems lair to conciuuo with
lit r: rlty of tho physiologists that
a w - - rmi iiniiii ni rniinr n n i .
-n t 'i It Ihn remit or exiutrlonrn
I t. a It a... It . I t t
I T rr
Cf it, contlnuct tho work, -It
m a-"" w w SH. w a
! s cf butter or ollro oil, for ox-
Dishes in Cook Book
Pickling, smoking and curing moats
aro also advocntod. Tho uso of tho
fata of tho meat In placo of butter In
meat pica la ndvocntcd and tho price
of aavorlng "drippings" la recommend
ed. Here la tho plnn;
"When rendering tho drlpplnga or
fat meat, add a small onion (do not
cut It), a fow leaves of summer sav
ory nnd thyme, n tcaspoonful of salt
nnd n llttlo peppor. Thla la enough
for n pint of fat. Keep tho drlpplnga
covered and In a cool placo."
Maybo you never know about brais
ing rlba of beof, broiling tho beef rlba
or alrloln bonoa nnd sprinkling them
with salt and cayenno pepper. Well,
try It- Alio try boiling mnrrow bones
with a bit of dough at tho end and
then aorvlng them on toast.
In utilizing the cheaper cuts of meat
the following Is recommended:
Cnsserolo Hoast. Thrco or four
pounda of round rump of beef; a
allco of salt pork; a few pepper corns;
one-fourth each of a carrot, a turnip,
an onion and a head of celery cut
Into amall allcea,
Spanish Ilccfstcak. Tako a piece
of round steak weighing two pounda
and about nn Inch thick; pound until
thin, season with anlt and cayenno
pepper, cover with a layer of bacon
nnd salt pork cut Into thin allcea;
roll nnd tto with a cord. Pour around
It half a cupful of milk and half a
cupful of water. Placo In a covered
baking dish nnd cook two hours,
Mock Venison. Cut cold mutton
Into thtn allcoa and heat In a brown
aauco made according to tho follow
ing proportlona: Two tablcspoonBful
butter, two tablospoonsful flour, one
tablespoonful of bottled meat sauc
(whichever Is preferred), ono table
spoonful red currant Jolly and one
cupful water or stock.
Drown tho flour In the butter, add
tho water or stock slowly, nnd keep
stirring. Then add the Jelly and meat
aauco and let tho inlxturo boll up
Mnfinn WiHp Artfi-Mvr Kirrkf- VJ-W.AJ
11UUU11 WW A M. M BM. M. M W fc a. I aTW ar
ttatlon.1. cjtrapafen far oblHcra
" n cf tho housoflr. rpcontlr un
Trtt 1.1 .. liv..i,lth .1 a 1
v iisrn, jr or wrd & Tav or.
Ti department of agriculture
i id imnica ato countrr-wido cru.
v uui VI H( tUIIBJ Vi V (a ta
Dr U O. Howard, chief of the bu
w...v'fl t VSI4 ('Mt b Ui IUV
3 rural dlstrlcta. A apeclal
TI bulletin la bolnr nrennreil
- v t. m w DiVUUU IUU 41.
Tiio movlng-plcturo feature, Intro
duced In Waahlngton to lllustrnto lec
tures by government ofllclals and
others, has scored. Chairman Hatch
has perfected arrangements whereb)
motion views will bo shown in the
aters all over tho country. Hu said
hundreds of requests for the moving
plcturo and stcroopttcon show had
been received, from universities, col
leges, schools nnd churches and Y. M.
C. A. branchea,
Tho health board of Florida has pro
hibited the keeping of horses or mules
within COO feet of a dwelling, unless
precautions aro taken to prevent
brcedlug of (lies. Similar rules have
been pasted by Georgia, Wisconsin
Tho American Consumers' league
has Joined tho American Civic asso
ciation in fighting tho fly ovll, as havo
many state antt-consumptlon nssocla
tlons. Mrs. Ilobcrt 8. Rradlcy, chair
man of tho food commltteo of the
Woman's Municipal league of Uoston,
Is spreading tho propaganda in Now
Owners of stables hero who yiolntq
sanitary regulations will bo prose
cuted, nnd householders aro advised
to put their fly scroens In shape' nnd
help tho health department
ureen-Hyed Monster Invades Congress
ill- i ti Baaaar- i
MUHSY between tho house and
lenatn Iim. i.mi. . ..
.v ..un uiuikuii uui in a iiuw
jrm Thi. i i. i . . . .
- .m iiiu it an noiuiaE 10 ao
Uh . . .. .. .
-- t..v. vuuro or legislation, it nas
, vxvuiBm can aiBnoso oi
wW ,n ullu siiiing man any
f Eembcr Of tho honso. Honnlnr
-r-w. r.mius oi west 'Virginia.
nn . ti .1 - t.i ... .
..... uiku on mo urn or minion-
- .uuuiv, hub inn ruuuiniion
vu i-uL mars ui oue muni
uib cuiiuukuub can got
'IT Ullh .
,i Bironniv nnrumi iiv im
wmuuib ui IUU uuuiu wnnu
- ..u.mia r M vlllinV 1 1 lin.U M.
no riiurir mcmuers or eon.
-- uuiious 10 nrrnngo n con-
-uiiii ma Question, will bo nt.
IUU ItlAn ! In lin-rn Tllnlf U i.w
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.Mi-i- oi mo senate restaurant.
iuo necessary nrraugomeuta.
The "dopo sheets" in tho possession
of senators teem to show that Mr.
Klklns Is in better form than Mr.
Adamson, Ills best performance ol
which thoro Is nn authenticated record
was inailo at Hot Bprlngs, Vn., where
he went to soo Mr. Tnft. beforo the
lattor beenmo presldout. Tho morn
Ing of his arrival tho senator ordered
two plates of peaches and crenm, n
box of crackers nnd n quart of milk, a
wholo chicken, brplled; half a dozon
"flannel cakes" and a largo pot of
coffee. As he left the tablo the sen
ator remarked that it wna strange bow
his appetite, disappeared as soon as ho
left bis homo In tho mountains ol
Mr. Adamson, like Mr. Elklns, likes
to begin tho day with a good break
fast. Whenover he appears In the
houso rettnurant tho chof Is tlppod
oft. In a short time there, is placed
before, the Georgian a largo platter
containing half a dozen Immense
sausages and enough potatoes to feod
a wholo family. When these have
been disposed of Mr. Adamson pro
ceeds to attack not less than a dozen
grlddlo cakes, during the course ol
which ho dlsposos of a quart, mora
or less, of maple sirup.
a9 W Mm . I H
pa ui uic ajciiaic xvca icxui cuii
li v ntr.n
n nam rvaiip.-ii
1 alfflr I nn urof I
(- nicuu card of the senatoret-
-" more is a stamped aduionl-
""lOt tO till Iho .!! V. .1.1.
. -"'UIH IHml In lin n vm-atnll
1 " KdVerullw.il t tnnlr II ..r n.,,l
iteword to run it. It la sup.
posed to bo under tho supervision ol
tho committee on rules. It cannot b
loomed whether tho committee re
ported out this no-tipping rule. Any
way It la supposed to go, Hut what
Is this? A senator has finished hit
luncheon. Ho glvoa his waiter a bill
Tho waiter brings the cbaugo. There
Is n pnuso while tho Benator counts,
Jingles and folds his money. Then
there is a motion toward the waiter
with a deft turn or the senatorial
wrist. Who's afraid of u commutes
rule, anyhow? Let us defy, say th
wearers of tho togas.
Jinks Thnt chap that wroto a his
torical novel forged a noto. Now ho's
Winks What was ho convicted for?
BABY'S SKIN TORTURE
"When our baby was seven weeks
old ho broko out with what wo
thought was heat, but which gradually
grow worse. Wo called In n doctor.
Ho said It was eczema and from that
time wo doctored six months with
thrco of tho best doctors In A,tchlson
but ho only got worse. His face, head
and hands wcro n solid sore. Thcro
was no end to tho suffering for him.
Wo had to tlo his llttlo hands to
keep him from scratching. Ho novcr
know what It was to sleep well from
tho tlmo ho took tho dlscaso until ho
was cured. Ho kept us awnko all
hours of tho night and his health
wasn't what you would call good. Wo
tried everything but tho right thing.
"Finally I got a sot of tho Cutlcura
Roncdles nnd I am pleased to say
wo did not uso all of them until ho
was cured. Wo havo waited n year
sl a half to soo If It would roturn
but It nover has and to-day bis skin
Is clear nnd fair as It possibly could
bo. I hopo Cutlcura mpy savq some
ono else's llttlo ones suffering nnd
nlso their pocket-books, John Leason,
1403 Atchison St, Atchison, Kan., Oct
Why does Great Britain buy Its oat
meal of us?
Certainly It seems like carrying
coals to Newcastle to speak of export
ing oatmeal to Scotland and yet, overy
year tho Quaker Oats Company sends
hundreds of thousands of cases of
Quaker Scotch Oats to Great Urltnin
The reason Is slmpla; whllo tho
English and Scotch havo for centuries
eaten ontmnat In quantities and with a
regularity that has made them tho
most rugged physically, and nctlvo
mentally of all pcoplo, tho American
has been eating" oatmeal and trying all
tho tlmo to Improvo the methods of
manurncturo so that ho might get that
desirable foreign trade
How well ho has succeeded would
bo seen at a glance at tho export ro
rorts on Quaker Scotch Oats. This
brand Is without n rival; Is packed In
regular packages, and In hermetically
scaled tins for hot cJlmates. CI
Good Work In Oenmark.
Under legislation entcd In 1005 the
Danish government pnys three
fourths of tho expend of all poor
persons who desire to bo treated In
tuberculosis sanatoria. When tho hos
pitals under construction aro com
pleted Denmark will hart ono bed in
tuberculosis hospitals or sanatoria for
every 1,200 Inhabitants, n fact which
will mean that tho length of treat
ment can bo considerably extended,
In tho United States thcro is one bed
for every 4,000 inhabitants.
Deafness Cannot Dc Cured
by kit ipp'kitmni, u Uwr cannot rrack the 6lt
portiua of tH0 rtr. llirre M ooljr one y to
rur dntneM, and thnt U by conatltutionil remnllra.
beatarM to cauMw by an inflamed condition of 1h
mueoua llninc ol the Eustachian Tube. When thla
tube to InOanied vu hart a rumbllns aonnd or lm-
; periect stearins, and wnen li m eniirrir cweea. iieai
' bmi la the mult, and unlraa the Inflammation can be
i taken out and thla tube rretorrd to lu normal rondl
, tun, hearing will be destroyed lorerrr; nine raaea
I out ol ten are caused by Catarrh, vnlch la rothlns
! but an Inflamed eondltmn of the mumua eurfarce.
We will fire One Hundred Dollars Icr any case of
Deafnesa (reused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh cure. Hend lor circulars. Ire.
I'. J. ClIUKEi CO- ToMoa, a
Poll by Dnwrlsts. lie.
Tail u all's family lull tor constipation.
National Tuberculosis Sunday.
Present Indications point to a gen
eral observance of National Tuber
culosis Sunday In moro than 200,000
churches of tho country on April 24.
Keports from heads of local antituber
culosis associations, health officers,
pastors, mayors, governors, and nu
merous Interdenominational bodies
show much enthusiasm over tho
movement Tho National Association
for tho Study and Prevention of Tu
berculosis has prepared an outllno for
a tuberculosis sermon for uso oh
April 24, which will bo' sent free of
chargu to any, clergyman applying nt
10S Bast Twenty-second street, New
York. Thousands of theso .outlines
aro being sent out weekly to all parts
of tho country.
Prominent churchmen, . Including
bishops and heads of all tho leading
denominations, havo expressed their
approval of tho movement.
A llttlo flvc-ycar-old who bad been
watching her mother dress for an
evening entertainment surprised her
mother with tho following question:
"Mother, didn't you say you wcro al
most 40 years old?"
"Yes," replied tho mother.
"Well." answered tho little girl, "you
don't look It to-night, but you will to
morrow morning,' Judge.
All Tired Out.
Do you terl dull, occasionally -out of
sort? Headaches and UlnlneaiT Tho
fault la either with your stomach or your
liver. The naff, sura and eaay war to tret
rid of either trouble In to tako NATUKU'S
lU'MKDY. Take an Nil Tablet to nlcht
It will awceten the Btomneh and rrirulato
the liver, kldneya nnd bowels. Kaay-auro
to act. Get a 25c Box. The A. 1L Lewli
Ucdlcln Co., tit Louis, Mo.
Iloblo Maiden Is kissing proper?
Knclnn Youth Wo might Investi
gate. Two heads aro better than ono.
For 'Colds and Grlpp Capudlne.
The hist remedy for Orlpn nnd Colda It
Hlcka' Capudlne. Itellevte the Achine and
feverlahneaa. Cure the cold Ilendachet
also. It'a IJquld Kffecta Immediately 10,
X and 10c at Drue Stores.
Those who believe that man de
scended from tho monkey should re
member thnt It's a poor rulo that
won't work both ways,
Kill the Files Now and Keep
diaca.e awsy. A DAISY FLY KILLER
will do It. Kill tliouaaiitls. Laata all scaenn.
Aak your dealer, or send 20c to H. SOM
K11S, 150 Helvolb Ave., llrooklyn, N. Y.
Tho average woman can' bluff al
most any man, but when It comes to
bluffing sonio other woman well,
that's another story.
Takers of tho United States Census
will uso Waterman'B Ideal Fountain Pen
because It Is always ready and sure
When life's all love, 'tis life; aught
else, 'tis naught. Sidney Lnnlcr,
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Kootlilnu; Nyrup.
rorrblldrea .orlhlna-, tottens the sums, rnlueestn.
DAJuwaUun.iUaf tia,curoi.!auouUo. ZuiaUiUW.
Ono woman can otlr up moro trou
ble than a dozen mere men.
(Vinstlnetton ceneee and seriously ecfraTetes
many disease. It la tbumuh-nly cure-J by air.
i'lerve'e I'sllele. Tiny euur-uatd srauulea.
It's eoslertobreak away than it Is
to get back
Wrong View of Marriage.
"Thcro would bo less divorce," said
cx-Gov. Pennypacker, "if there were
fewer men like William Wlndlo.
"William Wlndlo embarked on an ex
cursion steamer for Point Breeze, and
a few miles out, as ho paced tho upper
deck nnd drank In tho bracing ozone,
ho spied his friend Jackson.
" 'Why, JnckBon, how nro ye?' ho ex
claimed. 'Are yo out for pleasure, or
is yer wife along?' "
Everybody In This Town
Is tick or will be soma time with some
of the dlaeaaea that NATUKE'd IIKM
KDV (Nit tnblcti) will cure or prevent.
If every person knew ni much about Na
ture's Itcmedy an I do, moat of thla sick
ness would be prccnted. I want you to
know about Nature's Itcmedy. 1 want to
send you freo at my expense a 10 day
treatrrent that you may know Just how
Kood Nature'a Itcmedy la for Constipa
tion. Itheumatlsm, Dyspepsia, Liver nnd
Kidney Complaint, ami why Nature's
Itemed Is lletter than Pills for Liver Ills.
AH Drug-cists. Write me to-day for free 10
days treatment A. II. Lewis, St. Louis.
"Ugh!" spluttered Mr. Jones. 'That
nut bad a worm In It"
"Here," urged n friend, offering him
a glass of water, "drink this and wqsh
"Wash it down!" growled Jones.
"Why should I? Let him walk!"
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottlo of
CASTOHIA, a safo and sure remedy for
Infanta and children, and sco that It
In Uso For Over :M) Years.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought
Too Busy to See.
Patience Do you bellcvo thcro are
microbes in kisses?
Patrice I never snw any. Yonkers
Iled, Weak, Weary, Watery Eye.
Relieved lly Murine liye Itemed)-. Try
Murine Kor Your Kye Troubles. You Will
Like Murine. It Soothes. Mc at Your
Druggists. Write Kor Kye Books. Freo.
Murine Eye llemedy Co., Chicago.
Think all you speak, but speak not
all you think. Delarcm.
With a better understanding of the transient nature of tho many physi
cal ills which vanish before proper eflorts gentlo efforts pleasant
efforts rightly directed. Thero Is comfort In tho knowlodgo that so many
forms of Illness aro not duo to any actual disease, but simply to a consti
pated condition of the system, which tho pleasant family laxative. Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, promptly removes. That is why It Is tho only
remedy with millions of families, and Is everywhere esteemed so highly
by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects aro due to the
fact that it is tho only remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness,
without debilitating tho organs on which It acts. It Is, therefore, all-important.
In order to get its beneficial effects, to purchase and noto that
you havo tho genuine article, which is manufactured by tho California
Fig Syrup Co. only.
It is pleasant and refreshing to the tisto, and acts gently yet promptly
on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels
colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipa
tion permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom.
Tho great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients is not thai they
fail to act when a single doso is taken, but that they act too violently and
invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented
doses. Children enjoy tho pleasant tasto and gentle action of Syrup of
Egs and Elixir of Senna, the ladies find it delightful and beneficial
whenever a laxative remedy Is needed, and business men pronounce it
Invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and does
not gripo nor nauseate. Whon buying noto the name. California Fig
Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package. Price, 60 cents a bottle.
BAKES bread, pie and cake
bakes them, perfectly all through,
and browns them, appetiiingly.
ROASTS beef, poultry and game)
with a steady beat, which pre
serves tde rich natural flavor.
BROILS steaks and chops makes
them, tender and inviting.
TOASTS bread, muffins, crack
ers and cheese.
No drudgery of coal and
ashes ; no stooping to, get at
the oven; no smoke, no dust,
no odor just good cooking
with greater fuel economy.
Irons and water in wash
boiler always hot. The
has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot.
Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled tow:l racks.
It has long turquoise-blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish,
with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attrac
tive and invites cleanliness. Made with.l, 2 and 3 burners; the
2 and 3-burncr stoves can be had with or without Cabinet.
UirnoXABT NOTE : It sure jaa f tt BUS lst K that tilt aime-alatc reals " KW PrAFXCTlOst."
Every dealer everywhere! If notat yours, write for Descrlptlre Circular
to the nearest agency of the
Standard Oil Company
W. N. MEMPHIS, NO. 15-1910.
The storr.ach ts a larger factor In " life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsis. The confirmed dys
peptio "is fit (or treason, stratagems and spoils." The men
who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomsch
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizensoip as well as for
health and happiness.
Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition aro promptly and permanently cured by the use of
Or. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDIC71L DISCOVERY,
it builds up the body vttb eoand tlesb and
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" la
only seeking to make the little more profit realized on tho
sale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medics! Adviser la sent fret
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing tnlf. bend
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered hook, or 31 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D President, liuflalo, N. V.
"I find Cascarets so good that I wools!
not be without them. I was troubled a
great deal with torpid liver and headache.
Now since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar
tic I feel very much better. I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends as
the best medicine I have ever seen."
Osbora Mill No. a, Fall River, Maas.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good.
Do Oood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Urlse.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. Thecrfm.
M.,tif ...... aval. u
lira tablet stamped C C C
euro or your money baclc
31 I 8uiUble for printing In newtptptror
mJ JL on Kiailonerr. rab)titorsoflhUppf
ihtiu iiiwrirn moi. uttlk hoc, am.
SUDDEN DEATH H,cL:rTSrnffiS!
Dtwrtalla. Thy nTrtlrof iu Noiprwullncoa
butt l'otlr tvliakro from run, Kdwitl Agent
wanUM. ILAKk ailumiLlllX, llaifctwtli JW.,
NrvTb.fU dontt. Writ tor Proof. Advlvaktne.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color msre goods brighter snd lulsf colors thin s othtr die. One 10c pscksgs colors sll fibers.
You ess Sis snj girraint xlthout rlpolnt apart Writs lor Irss coexist How ts Dit, Bleach snd MU Colors.
The die In cold water bettor tnansn, other drs.
MOmQE BRV8 CO., Qulnoy. Illinois,
It's dlUlcult to arouse a man's en
thusiasm by showing him a photo
graph of himself when a baby.
. ... .llA.VIKTAINKII.LKlt
should bo tasin alibouldilar obra sure ehast sad
tlcauns Ibrnat rarn rou that an anitnrlDg cola
IhKauae. At all druaslsis la Be.3tean4 Wc bottles.
Kvery man thinks bo's a superior
Judge of human naturo.
VCu b hMvllaJ ywrr ejlly, Tb tick r runV
k mui iUU, bo lutW kvwipajaMMl.l'ktPt fruui
rU loAdTua.ur in tvuL Aeu on th blood s4
HsHBptaH tonuB of 4UtiniNT. nwt niuJ; vr kuo a
aHBBkln , Ono bottio HrunuitMd tu euro on t. tto a t.
HBBoK'Kri I Itadoaaa of druijrgUti ajiil Lrur dsMalon. vr mri
BaaE9aMBsSMP pUUlQaUaTturtrtV Cut (tfaQsV bow lO lHHaiMo tbf
lEsWsVssP'JHssil I UMkUlirtjfjTorthtujr. Uxi trou waaUai,
WmsWs RKv lofo routed la aUtot,--twy yosvrc
CPOHN MIDICAL CO.. cilM4luuuuv Cohn I
mfiS all othtra ta
LlTUur tko dls
tho loAanio.vr In ituL Acu on tho blood oftd oitU nnuo
allfpruisof 4UtiDiar. nwt iuuJitu kuowo for uonMla fooL
tnt f rtsui liA
UlifTtUPkU CVUE. uifO cm.
, Ooo bottio HrunuitMd to euro oum tu. too tv' U boltioi & ojka
I Itadoioo of druijrvUti and Lrur dsMklors. or awot mt ptvsm pl4 bf
J naaaJiOaLfturttraL. iit aatiaava kna la itaMiltliisi Ikrusitsv Our f rssaSl
I UMkllirWJVTorytblujr Lx-i Mtnu waaUnL I irjrut ulllwg
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