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THE FULTON COUNTY NEWS. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.
Half a Century Ago
Half a Century Ago, every community could
be supplied to some extent with locaMy dressed
'meat, drawing on live stock raised nearby.
Nov two-thirds of the consuming centers,
with milHons of people, are one to two thousand
miles away from the principal live-stock produc
ing sections, which are sparsely settled.
The American meat packing industry of
today is the development of the best way to
perform a national service.
The function of providing meat had to de
velop accordingly. Those men who first grasp
ed the elements of the changing problem created
the best facilities to meet it large packing
plants and branch houses at strategic points,
refrigerating equipment (including cars), car
routes, trained organization, profitable outlets
for former waste which became the nat
ural, inevitable channels for the vast flow of
meat across the country.
If there were a better way to perform this
necessary service, American ingenuity and
enterprise would have discovered it, and others
would now be using it.
During 1918, Swift & Company has earned
a profit on meats (and meat by-products) of less
than ZYz cents per dollar of sales too small a
profit to have any appreciable effect on prices.
Insisted on His Rights.
Mr. Arthur Bourchler once lind nn
amusing experience with his drawer.
It wns on a first night, nnd when the
pcrformiince wus over the dresser whs
nowhere to be seen. Mr. Bourchler
sent some one to look for him, nnd he
whs discovered up In the gnllery hiss
ing! Ills explanation wns thnt ho wns mi
old gnllery first-nighter, nnd (lint while
he would serve Mr. liourchler fulthful
ly behind the scenes, he reserved the
right to do ns he liked In the audi
torium nnd hiss or cliip according to
his unblnsed opinion.
Mr. Bnurchled did not dismiss 'the
num. A frank critic Is a valued friend.
Down to Earth,
Sirs, renvlsh says thnt before they
were married Mr. Penvlsh liked to
henr her sing "Home, Sweet Home,"
nnd now he likes to hear her rattlo
dishes on the table. Gulveston News.
The girl with flowery cheeks 'Is apt
to leave n little flour on a Inpel of a
young man's coat once In a while.
IT'S SUMMERTIME IN FLORIDA
Free yonrself from ths flanirer anil sniietv tif Mill, .ml .trbnnM .ml tlia oostlv
fuel bill and curat where the utiles are ever blue and Hie iiiu la bright and warm,
ait out door, and eat orangee fresh-picked from our piiKluclnit unite.
There aro thousuuda of aerea of otsuros anil grspiliult In the Lake Alfred-Florence
Villa-Winter Haven aecliun, for ours Is tho proven .rea for safety and big
returns. We have superior elevation, affording lino air and wnter drainage and free
dom from nioMiuitnea or other peats; fertile noil underlaid with clay, holding uiola
turn and plunt food; remarkable trust-protection beeauao of location, altitude and the
tniHleratlng tntliience of ninety lakes within a four-mile radius; the beat drinking
water In tho state; Ideal situation on the main Hue ut tho A. 0. I., railroad; won
derful and extensive ayMcm of hard (asphalt) auto roads, and many other advantages.
We offer theae orange and grapeirult groves at rtaaonuhle prices aud terms
spread over a number of years. 1'rlees depend upon location and age of trees. Over
three thousand (3.000) acres aro planted at Lake Alfred. Wo can furulah groves In
besrlng, paying Hue net iucomes. or young groves Juat as flue, at much lesa money,
which will bear In a conple of years or so.
Our community grove care service Is an Ideal arrangement Whether grove-owners
reside upon their property the year around or not. Summer In this hlgh-altltudo-lake-dlstrict
sre as agreeablo as the winters. With competent crews Working urnl-r
tho direct aupervlalon of our expert grower, whoae ability anil fitness are recognized
by both state and federal departments, we take over all care nnd responsibility of
your grove. If you so desire, thereby freeing you from obligation of personal at
tention and at the same time guaranteeing yon agslmt all rlk of Inexperience, In
etllcleucy or neglect. Our larger buying power and continuous uae of skilled labor
eaves you money. The blgh type of orlcntlnc care and development we fiirnlKh Is
beat proven by tho fine condition of the groves at I.aku Alfred ami the sstlxluctlnn
of the owners who live on their land and who have used our service continuously
since the dsy we took bold, years ego.
Onr business policy Is unique In many respects. We will not Kelt yon an
ere mli! you come down and lenrn the fact or end someone In whoae
competency aid Integrity you can rely. We wlxli yo'i to imiko observations snd
comparisons In your own wsy. Our home office at Lake Alfred will extend every
facility enabling you to form accurate judgment. Wilt t her you buy or not ynu will
enjoy our uniform courtesy and service. It la through the many and general good
opinions of others that most of our soles have come.
Write today for our free Illustrated descriptive booklet giving additional Informa
tion. Responsible agents wanted.
FLORIDA FRU1TLANDS CO.. S. K. Thorpe, Northern Sales Mgr.. 45 B. 42nd Si.. New York City
jSr s V
After the Raid.
"The Parisians extracted fun even
out of the Geminn gothn raids," Mild
a senator In a Washington Interview.
"Two young Frenchmen met In the
Tullerles gardens the morning after
"'Any damage down your way?' the
" 'Damage? Rather!" the second an
swered. 'Father and mother were
hlotn clean out of the window. The
neighbors say It's the first time they've
been seen to leave the house together
In seventeen years."
Origin of One Proverb.
One obtains historical glimpses In
proverbs. The familiar "robbing 1'eter
to pay I'liul" Is said to derive lis orig
in from the fact that In the reign of
Edward VI the lands of SI. I'eter at
Westminster wore appropriated to
raise money for tho repair of St.
Don't expect your friends to do
more for you than you are willing to
do for yourself.
Came to Men
By REV. L. W. GOSNELL
Assistant Dean, Moody Bible
TEXT Thore were In the same country
shepherds abiding In the field. And, lo,
the angel of the Lord came upon tliem,
and the glory of the Lord shone round
about them; and they were sore afraid,
And suddenly there was with the angel
a multitude of the heavenly host pralnlng
God, and saying, Glory to God In the high
est, and on eurth peace, good will to
ward men. Luke 2:8, 13, It
How amazing that nngcls came to
men I Indeed, some are so Impressed
with the vastnesR
of the physical
universe and with
of man that they
God lias any In
terest In us. Hut
such thinkers lin k
a proper sense of
v a I u es. Firemen
will risk their
lives to snve a
baby lira burning
though all the
wealth In the
building be lost
because of their
attention to the child. A world of men
Is of more concern to (Sod tluin a uni
verse of stars. The sheep In the fields
were not afraid as the shepherds were,
when the angel of tho Lord iippinrcd;
the shepherds had 'a Dense of tho su
pernatural which tho tdiccp had not.
Men may become 'sons of Clod while
sheep and stars cannot; fienco (Soil
cares for men especlnlly'und sends his
angels to them.
Tho shepherds 'were good men. We
read of them hasting to Bethlehem
and of their "glorifying 'and praising
God." It has been well paid that bud
men would have heard only the night
wind, Instead of the angels' songs.
Mrs. Drowning speaks of some to
whom every common bush Is aflame
with God, while others sit around pick
ing blackberries. Once, w hen the voice
of God spoke to Jesus, pome who hoard
It said It thundered! Men who lire
not Christians miss the vision of God
and no angels' song cheers them lu
the night of life.
The shepherds were poor men. Some
tell us Unit the principal duty of the
church toward the poor Is to change
their environment. I'.ut the shepherds
tench us thnt God may come to tho
poor before their environment Is
changed. How often have Christian
workers found tho brightest saints In
squalid tenements I We do not under
estimate the value of n good environ
ment, but the purest way to securo It
Is to mnke, first, good men.
Religion for Busy Men.
The shepherds were busy men. The
angels did not appear to Idlers nor to
those shut up in cloisters, but to men
In the fields. What a revelation of
heaven's ldenl of the religious life I
Tho "glory of the Lord" which shone
about the shepherds was the Sheklnuh
which had glowed in the temple of old,
seen only by the high priest and on
rare occasions. Rut here It came to Il
luminate the fields where men toiled.
God does not propose to take men out
of their employments, but would havo
them serve him at their tasks. Alas,
that many are so busy with their flocks
they have no time to go to Bethlehem !
We are Interested in the song of tho
angels, but would first remind our
selves of the wonder thnt there could
bo communication between thesu
heavenly creatures and the sons of
men. Paul speaks of "tho tongues of
men nnd of angels," and we cannot
conceive the language of heaven. Vet
on that night the angels were under
stood by the shepherds. Light Is
thrown on this fact by the reference
In Kpheslans 3:15 to "the whole fam
ily In heaven and earth." Just as tho
spectroscope shows the stars are com
posed f.f the sumo elements ns the
earth and suggests tho unity of tho
universe, so the family In heaven nnd
earth Is one, and there Is a certain
kinship between men nnd angels. At
any rnte, the "tongues of men nnd
angels" aro harmonized when Jesus Is
their theme I
The Song of the Angels.
The angels seem to have sung in
nntlphon, like the Levlto choirs. First,
one section sang, "Glory to God In tho
highest." Another responded, "03
earth peace." Then they sang in
chorus, "Good will toward men."
Tho coming of Jesus brought glory
to God "in tho highest," that Is, from
the highest Intelligence. They knew
tho glory Christ had with tho father
and could appreciate the sacrifice In
volved In his stooping to be born
among men. They knew the holiness
of God which required n sacrifice for
eln. They appreciated the love which
provided a sacrifice in him who not
only was mado In the likeness of men
but was to huinblo himself to the
death of tho cross.
The coming of Christ brought "on
earth pence, good will toward men."
Tho latter expression is the same as
thnt used by tho Father when he snld
of Jesus, "This Is my beloved Son in
whom I am well pleased." Cy tho
blood of tho cross such a penco has
been nifdo that God may have tho
same pleasure In redeemed sinners as
he finds in his Son, in whom ho nlways
takes delight. Indeed, as Taul puts It,
we aro "accepted in tho Beloved," all
this comeliness being pluccd upon us I
How wonderful I
Presence of Christ's Power.
Reservo In speaking about ourselves
may nuiko heavy demands upon buoy
ant and Impetuous natures. Frequent
retirement for communion"' with God
Is not natural to flesh nnd blood; It
fulls to satisfy the demands for ex
citement nnd human sympathy which
enter so largely Into much of our mod
ern religion. But let us be sure that
it Is a true note of the presence of
Christ's resurrection power that we
(should be thankful to be often alone
with God. Iter, IL P. Llddon, D. D.
IMPIOVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
(By REV. P. B FITZWATER. D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible In the Moody
Bible Inetltuto of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918, Western Newspaper
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 29
JOSEPH CARES FOR HIS KIN
DRED. LESSON TEXT-Gencsls 47:1-12.
GOLDEN TEXT-Honor thy father and
DEVOTIONAL ItE A DI NG rsalms 24.
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL - Genesis
Since we took the birth of the Sa
vior for our Christmas lesson, today,
instead of a review, we will go back
and take up the alternative lesson for
December "2. It will be more profit
able to complete the study of Joseph
hi his attitude toward his kindred than
to undertake the review.
I. Joseph Sends to Canaan for His
After Joseph had made himself
known to his brethren he sent them
back to his father In Canaan with the
good news not only thai he was alive,
but that the Lord hud exalted him to
be lonl over all Kgypt, ami that his fa
ther nnd brethren with their families
should come down to lXgypt where he
would give tliem tin; best of the land
nnd that they should eat of the "fat
of the hind." This Illustrates how one
day Jesus Christ shall disclose bis
Identity to his brethren the Jews, and
that bis exultation nt the right hand of
the Father was to make preparation
for them against the awful day of trial
which shall be visited upon them (Acts
II. Joseph Meets His Father in the
Land of Goshen ( ltl:2!)-:U).
Jacob experienced a double delight
thnt of seeing bis beloved sou whom
he had long mourned as dead, and of
being welcomed to the new nnd strange
land by Its prime minister. Joseph In
structed his father and brethren how
to place their request before I'hnruoh.
Since their occupation was that of
shepherds he knew that some tact
should be employed In their approach
to the king, for "every shepherd Is an
lihouilnation unto the Egyptians."
III. Jacob and Five Sons Presented
to Pharaoh (17 .1-7).
Though Joseph was high in author
ity he was not ashamed to bring his
father anil brethren Into the presence
of the great I'hnraoh, even though they
were humble farmers.
1. Pharaoh's Question (vv. 3, 1). He
Inquired as to their occupation. They
answered that both they nnd their fa
ther were shepherds. They went a lit
tle beyond what they were asked by
Pharaoh and instructed to do by Jo
seph. They requested the land of
Goshen, for lliey knew It was n good
place for pasture for their Hocks.
2. Pharaoh's Instructions to Joseph
(vv. 5, 0). lie told him to make his
father nnd brethren to dwell lu the
best of the land even Goshen, nnd
that If he knew of any men of ability
among them to glvo them the charge
of his cattle. He assumed thnt since
Joseph was so capable and trustworthy
that some of his brethren would also
possess, suitable qualifications of ad
ministration. IV. Jacob Blessed Pharaoh (47:7
j Though Jacob was a pilgrim In
Kgypt, dependent upon Pharaoh even
for food to eat, In the dignity of his
faith of what God would do with him,
and through him, he pronounced a
blessing upon the great Kgyptian king.
The less Is blessed by the greater (lie
brews 7:7). Though conscious of his
place of superiority through the divine
covenant ho tlid not manifest ollielous
ness, but rather the desire to convey a
vital blessing, lie recognized that he
was the channel through which great
blessings would come to I'hnrunh, in
accordance with the Abrahamlc cov
enant (Genesis 12:1-3). Israel Is one
day to he the channel through which
the blessings of salvation shall flow
to the Gentile nations (Koiimns 11:12-
V. Joseph Nourished His. Father and
Brethren (17:11, 12).
According to the Instructions of
Pharaoh, Joseph placed his father and
brethren in tho best of the land nnd
made provision for them. Jesus Christ
will one day, when the famine of tho
great tribulation Is exceeding sore, be
reconciled to his brethren, the Jews,
ami will give them a possession In the
best of the land and nourish them.
Christ Is now seated with tho Father
on his throne, nnd one day will reveal
himself to his brethren tho Jews nnd
will feed them on the "fat of the land."
Jacob lived In Egypt 17 years. When
the time of his death approached ho
exacted from Joseph a promise thnt
he would bury him lu Canaan. He
blessed Joseph's sons and Issued a
prophecy concerning his own sons.
Tho man who Is calm does not sel
fishly Isolate himself from the world,
for he Is Intensely Interested in all
that concerns the welfare of Immun
ity. His calmness Is but a Holy of
Holies Into which ho can retire from
tho world to get strength to live In the
world. He realizes thut tho full glory
of Individuality, tho crowning of his
self-control, Is the majesty of calm
ness. Cross Is Always Ready.
God will have thee learn to suffer
tribulation without comfort; nnd thnt
thou subject thyself wholly to him,
nnd by tribulation becomo more hum
ble. No man hath In his heart a sym
pathy with the pnsslon of Christ,, so
much ns he who hath suffered the like
himself. The cross therefore Is al
ways ready, and everywhere waits for
thee. Thomas a Kempls.
Nurture your mind with grent
thoughts. To believe In the heroic
makes heroes, DhiraeU.,
(Conducted by the National Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.)
A loan shark sat on his empty safe;
He was down to his utmost dime,
And ha gaid a russ at a vacant cafe
(Let It stand, tor we need the rhyme)
And he dropped throe tears on his shlr
For a loan shark is going some),
And he walled: "Alas! I was good ,n
In the days of the Demon Rum.
"He used to harry the Imys In here,
At the end -f well perfect day,
And stood around with a Jovial leer
While I garnered their weekly pay.
But they've canceled the good old gls
And emptied Its shining shelves,
And all of the lads thnt I used to fleece
j Are spending the coin themselves."
A Jailer stood In his empty Jug
I And puffed at a cheap clttar
As he gau d at a hungry Croton bug
j That crawled up an Iron bar.
I "Pear me," he tuld, with a choking sob
I "This business 1 on the bum,
I shudder for fear I shall lose, my Job
Since they've whlpsawed Demon Hum.
I "He used to serve ns my pullor-ln,
And gosh, how the business grew,
Hit would stnnrt iiround with a kindly Rrln
I While the cellhoupe doors dunned to.
But since he was canned In Wnshlngtown
My trade Is so nearly dead
I That they're going to pull the bulMIrg
' And put up a school Instead. "
I Chlcftuo llornld-ICxumluer.
AS AN ENGLISHMAN SEES IT.
Philip W. Wilson, special cor re
snondeiit of the London Pally News,
j writing from New York, coinnu Ms
j most Interestingly on the liquor situ
Rtion In the United States. He says:
"By the courtesy of Fleming Itevell,
the publisher, I had a glance through
the advance proofs of Joseph II. Odell's
hook, 'The New Spirit nnd the New
Army.' His testimony Is explicit. The
nrtnv mnv twit lio Miotin fll-v.' hilt fll'lttk-
' Ing has been reduced to nn unbelievable
minimum. 'It Is amazing,' writes Mr.
Otlell, 'how the desire has almost died
out with the abolition of temptation.'
This Is, I think, the answer to critics
who alleged that restrictive laws are
evaded. To some extent they may be,
bnt the necessity for evasion limits
consumption to the few the reckless.
The mass of the people are loyal In
Ibis ns In other matters, and It Is the
mass that counts.
"The city of Washington has, since
the war, put on scores of thousands of
Inhabitants, nnd Is now, I am told, of
' over -UKUNK) population. Yet there Is
not a saloon of any kind to be seen,
i In thenters, movie palaces, restaurants,
' hotels, you nre not served with drink.
Town-planning on a noble scale Is un
mnrred by taverns nt street corners.
"The question for the old world to
decide Is whether she will have any
chance economically agnlnst the new
world If, to 'military and naval handi
caps, she adds the burden of intemper
ance from which society here Is shak
ing Itself free."
MORE ABOUT DENVER.
Writing of Denver's experience,
Hurry W. Newcomb, president of the
Xewcomh Ilealty company and once
nn opponent of prohibition, snys:
"It was said that the tourists would
not come here on account of prohibi
tion. We have had more tourists In
Denver since we hnd prohibition than
ever before In the history of the city.
All of the hotels are filled, the apart
ment houses are well rented nnd condi
tions are far better than they were
formerly. The credit of the merchants
In the city Is greatly Increased, ns
they have been able to collect their
hills nnd lu turn pay others In other
cities a great deal faster than they
ever did before. All of the breweries
in Colorado have changed their equip
ment and nre making near bevr, malt
ed milk, pottery, etc., and the loss pre
dicted by people leaving the stale on
account of not having employment
has proved a mutter of mere readjust
ment. There aro Just as many people
employed by these breweries now as
there were heretofore, and most of the
saloon men found legitimate business
which they could engage In iiml are
now strong advocates of prohibition."
DRINK AND DIVORCE.
The Pontine, Mich., Press Oazetto
reports a ease where a woman, grant
ed a divorce on June 3, recently ap
peared In court with the request that
the decree be set aside. She wns
granted a separation from her husband
ou the ground that ho was drinking to
excess. She explained to the judge
that he wns no longer using Intoxicat
ing liquor, and on the court's determin
ing that both husband nnd wife were
agreeable to a setting aside of the
divorce decree, It wns granted. Our
correspondent who sends us the clip
ping mnkes the following comment:
"It Is rather doubtful If the above
event would have transpired If we
were still slopping around In the li
Prohibition Is the stuff
Thut makes for peace and quiet;
It takes the bur from liarleycorn,
The rye all out o( riot.
-Kansas City Star.
And we shall be In better shape
When all the world goes dry-
From out the grupe It knocks the ape.
From cider steals the siKhl
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
At champnsne Proht tnkes a ulam
With all Ha might and nuiln;
It Indicates to us the sham."
And warns us ot the "pain."
NOVEL USE FOR A DISTILLERY.
The oldest distillery In the country,
located nt Agawam, Mass., Is to be
converted Into a yeast factory. All the
old machinery will he removed nnd
new equipment Installed. For nearly
a year the distillery has been Idle, Its
death knell having been sounded when
congress passed the lnw prohibiting
the manufacture of distilled Illinois.
During more than 1113 years It had
been engaged In the production of gin
known the world over and has made,
fortunes for Its owners.
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ling UieStonwlis andfowlsj;
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IndigPBtlon dyppepsia eonr ttom
acb bloated, RaBsystoniacbs-bolchy,
miserable-feeling ttouiaclib these are
What a lot of misery they cause!
. How Acid-Htomach, with its day-after-day
Bufferings, does take the joy
out of lifel Not only that Acid
(Stomach in always uinlerminiiiR one's
health. Think of what acid does to
the teeth how tho acid eats through
the enamel, causing them to decay.
Is it any wonder, then, thnt Acid
Stomach enpg the strength of the
strongest bodies and wreck", the health
of bo many people?
You see ACID-STOMACH victims
everywhere always ailing. They can't
tell exactly what is the matter; all
they say is, "1 don't feel well' '"I'm
all in; tired, sickly." If they only
knew it, nine times out of ten it is
Acid-Stomach that is ailing them.
It surely makes good digestion tiitli
cult, causes food to sour and fer
ment in the bowels, weakens the
blood nnd tills the system with poi
sons. It prevents one from getting
the full strength out of their food.
a I-) 1 1, i n k m mm rsi i. rimuy
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f FOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH )v
Regretting at Leisure.
5trs. lloulilian I'hwnt a fool Ol
. was! Ol niver saw yez till the day be
fore mo iinfoivhiilt marriage.
Houlihan Knlth. Ol wish ye batlu'l
seen mo till the day after Huston
Kepp your llTer aftWo, your Viw-1ii r-lrsu l'.r
taking Dr. I'lcnc's I'lt-iiKsnt IVIIi'i suit jou'll
sep ucanuy, Kt'saujr ami win'. A. if.
Bells Go to Rightful Owners.
Three huge bells formerly In the
belfry of Christ clniiili, Wi'lliifcton,
New Zealand, have boon presented by
that government to I'lanee. The bells
were cast from cannon captured by
the Germans from the French In 1S70,
nnd were presented to Christ church
by German residents.
The View of It.
"Po you believe In hereditary J"
"Not at all. Neither of my parents
Is either smart or good-looking."
A true friend Is one who never re
minds you of your best traits.
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Fall Run of Distemper
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him to guarantee EATOXIC to please
you. If it fails in any way, take it
back; lie will refund your money. If
yourdruggistdoes not keep EATONIO,
write to us and we will Bend you a big
COc box. You can pond us the iOc alter
vou receive it. Address ILL. Kramer,
I'resiilent, I'.itonic Remedy Company, '
tomn waniit-n, i nicngo, in.
To Be Safe.
The prima ilomia was rending tho
rough draft of her new contract.
H'lion she caine to the paragraph
providing that she should have trans
portation for herself, maid, dog ami
Slg. (Jazllieiuml, her husband, she
drew a line through tho signer's
".lust put thnt husband," she ordered.-
"Yes, niiidam," assented the munn
gor, "Put why, If I may ask?"
The diva blushed anil coyly ducked
her head. "I may wish to make a
change," she answered.
A slnglo dose of Dr. Pcery's "DcnS Shot"
will iiel Worms or Tapeworm. No errand
dnso or after purirnllve nect-ssnry. Tunes
up the stomach and bowels. Adv.
A Mixed Jury.
"How did she happen to lose the
"Some of the ladles on the Jury
didn't think she was ns beautiful ns
her lawyer tried to make out." Louis
Don't Ignore the 'Tittle rains nnd
aches," especially backaches. They
may be little now but there is no tell
ing how soon n dangerous or fatal dis
ease of which they are tho forerun
ners may show Itself. Go after the
cause of that backache at once, or you
may find yourself In the grip of an In
Do not delny a minute. Go to your
druggist and Insist on his supplying
you with a box of GOLD MEDAL
Ilanrlem Oil Capsules. In 24 hours
you will feel renewed health nnd vigor.
After you have cured yourself, con
tinue to take one or two Capsules
each day so as to keep In first-class
condition, and ward off the danger of '
future attacks. Money refunded If
they do not help you. Ask for ip
original imported GOLD MFT
brand, nnd thus be sure of ef
genuine, AO v.
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