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12 Monday, oyeinfe
On the Stomach
Stuart Dyspepsia TaMets Renwre It
an All Other Ferra, of IbbI
That awful feeling as though there
were a heavy weight on your stomach
as though you had swallowed an
enormous lump of lead is caused by
the failure of your stomach to
thoroughly digest your foods. You
may have eaten too fast or too much.
Tour stomach may be over-worked
and tired out. It is too weak to pro
duce enough of the digestive Juices
necessary to take proper care of the
food. Gases form and cause all sorts
of agony. The stomach demands more
pepsin, hydrochloric acid and other'di
gestive agents which it is unable to
Medicines are not only worthless in
cases of this kind but are actually in
jurious to the whole system. It is
sheer lunacy to pour a lot of vile stuff
into the stomacn drugs that have no
digestive power whatever.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
ingredients that not only bring quick
relief to indigestion sufferers, but act
ually digest the food for the stomach.
One of these little magic tablets taken
after each meal, will rest the stomach,
revitalize the secretory glands,
strengthen the muscular walls in fact,
tone up" the entire digestive system.
No home should be without Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets constantly on hand.
They stop all forms or indigestion,
such as sour stomach, belchings, heart
t iwtnAc. hiirnittff Qensa.tion.
orasn, etc. jvir wi .. -treatment
your appetite improves.
You enjoy your food more. You
awaken every morning with a happy
aisposition. Life looks brighter. Your
brain becomes clearer and your eyes
sparkle with their old time snap and
twinkle. You are practically a new
person. , . ,.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by all druggists, at 50c a box.
RANGERS MAKE AN
ARREST AT STOCKTON
Arrive There to Investigate Recent
Killing of Three Men By Sheriff
and. Arrest a Mexican.
Fort Stockton. Tex.. Nov. lS---J.
Vaughn and Scott Russell, rangers,
have arrived here from El Paso to
investigate the killing of the three
Mexicans lata Friday night by the
sheriff, and their investigation led
them to arrest Jesus Gonxales, sup
posed to be the man who started the
trouble. The two wounded Mexicans
are recovering rapidly, having passed
the danger period. The town- is quiet
and no disturbance is feared from the
LOCALES AGENT RESIGNS;
aiKXICAXS RETURN TO HOMES.
Nogales, Ariz., Nov. IS W. G. Bow
man, for many years agent of the S. Jr.
railway in Nogales, Ariz., has tendered
his resignation, to take effect as soon,
as a successor can be appointed. Mr.
Bowman leaves the service to work
for a large California cattle buyer,
which will probably cause Mr. Bow
man and his family to locate in Cali
fornia. He will travel extensively
throughout Mexico purchasing cattle.
Thomas Keough, for a number of
vears stenographer in the office of
collector of customs Con O'Keefe. will
leave in a few days for Fort Stanton.
X. M., in hope thai the change of
climate will benefit his health.
The tide of Mexican refugees which
filled every train from Mexico to the
United States a few short months ago,
has turned, and the Pullmans to Mexico
at the present time are filled dally
with the better class of the Mexican
people who are returning to their
homes on the west coast. They are
all happy in the opportunity to return
and find their homes are not ruined
as they thought they would be at the
time of departure.
H. C. Mundy, for a number of years
cashier and ticket agent at Tucson
, and Nogales, in the employ of the S.
P. Railway company, has been offered
the position of paymaster on the So
nora road and will leave in a short
while for Empalme, Mexico, to assume
the duties of his new position.
H. J. Ralphs, son of director Ralphs,
of the bureau of printing and engrav
ing in 'Washington, D. C has arrived
in Nogales and will be connected with
the customs service. Mr. Ralphs has
been at Fort Stanton, N. M., for the
past two years.
EL PASO TKM.S
4. HER TROUBLES
To the "Want" Columns of
4 Tfae Herald. When there's an
unexpected vacancy in tfae of-
4 flee or factory force, it's a
Herald Want Ad that gives no-
4i When there's something val-
uable lost or a tenant leaves.
4- a call to Bell IK, Auto 1115.
t- tells the news.
El Paso has learned that
Herald "Want" Ads are the best
. resort in an emergency.
"HTLL RECOMMEND SENTENCK
AND PAROLE FOR -WOMEN.
Sedalia, Mo., Nov. IS. Mrs. Pansy
Ellen Lesh, who confessed November 2
at Los Angeles to murdering two wom
en in Missouri, has arrived here in
custody of sheriff M. T. Henderson.
She is being held at the county jail,
but is not locked in a cell, the sheriff
believing such precaution unnecessary.
Sheriff Henderson scoffed at the idea
that the woman is insane.
Sheriff Henderson, who has looked
fully into Mrs. Lesh's life in Califor
nia and other states, said that he would
make a recommendation to the circuit
court that the woman be sentenced to
ive years imprisonment and immedi
S.S.S.GiffiOMc CA 1 AkRM
"When we say S. S. S. cures chronic Catarrh we do not mean thatitmere
ly checks the symptoms for a time. Some local applications will do that
by simply cleansing and soothing the irritated mucous membranes. But
all the while the cause which produces Catarrh is left in the system, and
as soon as the local treatment is leftoff, the trouble returns with all its an-.
noying symptoms. S. S. S. cures Catarrh by cleansing the blood of all
impure catarrhal matter and at the same time building up the system by
its unequaled tonic effects. It goes into the circulation and attacks the
disease at its root, and removes every trace of impurity that is causing
the trouble. Under the purifying effects of S. S. S., the inflamed mem
branes are healed by rich, pure blood which is carried to these parts, the
offensive discharge from tissose ceases and severe headaches and neural
gic pains are no longer felt, infect every symptom of Catarrh disappears,
the stomach is toned up and the disease Is thoroughly cured.. Thousands
of chronic cases of Catarrh of the nSist stubborn character have been com
pletely cured by the use of S. S. S. yhe inflammation which produces
chronic Catarrh can never be permanently relieved until the cause has been
removed from the blood. This S. S. S.' will do, and then nature hastens the
return of perfect health. Book on Catarrh and any ;nclical advicefrc loall.
- - WE SWRT SPECIFIC CQ ATLANTA GA.
IIAS RBSIGAKD POSITIOX
Plateau. Texas, Nov. 18. M. Fltxsim
mons, who has been postmaster here
for the past two years, has resigned.
J. O. Briggers will send in his appli
cation for the office.
A north!- came up Friday night ac
companled by rain, which continued
falling all day Saturday. '
D. C. Armstrong has been, up in the
j cattle. I
tHii Hnran ponnirv inoinnr sjipr nis
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The liberties of Matrimoay By Dorotky Dix
MAN asks this question:
"Do you think that a husband
and wife have a right to open
each other's letters without being
asked to do so?"
I certainly do not. A ma has no
more risrht to open his wife's letters
I than he has the letters of any other
woman, nor n . ---right
to tamper with her husbands
mail than he would with that of the
mos. perfect stranger. Te have a
right to some decency and privacy or
life, even though married.
To have a husband or a wife who
would open your letters and read them
before you had a chance at them your
self would be disgusting and revolting
to any person of refinement. A letter
is as purely a prsonal thing as ones
tooth brush, and it's hard to imagine
the lack of delicacy and taste that
would lead a husband or a wife to set
up a Joint claim to either one.
Of course there are circumstances in
which a husband or wife may properly
object to their spouse's correspendence.
A man may not. for instance, approve
of his wife receiving letters from other
men. A wife may be insanely jealous
of the violet scented pink missives that
her husband gets from other women,
but even then the remedy is not the
high-handed and tyrannical one of
opening the other's letters.
The Average CoHple.
The affinity, however, does not fig
ure in the ordinary family circle, and
the average husband and wife receive
no letters from a more exciting source
than sister Susan, or grandma, or cous
in Jane, or some old friend. Why any
human being, except the one to whom
they are addressed, wants to read the
unexciting chronicles set down in these
epistles, passes comprehension.
Nevertheless, itfis the ill-bred habit
of many husbands and wives to open
each other's letters and read the con
fidences that were never meant for
their eyes. It is a sort of listening at
) tcPThnle that does not endear the
Paul Pry or the Polly Pry to his or her ,
wife or husoana.
It is not that the wife or husband
has any guilty secret that is hidden in
the letter, but no woman or man of real
refinement tells all of his or her fam
ily and friends' affairs even to his wife
or husband. John Smith, fine and hon
orable, and devoted to his wife, shrinks
from laying before her eyes the sor
rowful story his sister has written him
about a wayward boy who has been
caught robbing a cash drawer. Mary
Smith, as loyal a wife as ever lived,
cannot bear that her husband should
read her mother's letter in which she
sobs out the pitiful tale of how Mary's
father has been drinking again, and
has spent the rent money on liquor, and
how they are to pay the grocery man,
she doesn't know.
Generally speaking most husbands
and most wives are jealous of each
other's families, and prone to criticism
of them. The family letters furnish
material for criminations, and lead to
recriminations and to domestic spats.
For that reason alone, if for no other,
husbands and wives have no business
meddling with each other's mail.
The opening of your letter brings
home to you as nothing else can the
fact that you have not left one iota, of
freedom, not one vestige of personal
libertv, not one scintilla of privacy.
Factor In the
f JMf'WLbfl J case and
jr fXTBfefeRr As yet no
Copyrighted by lnternatk8-2vtfws Service.
SERVIA, REVIEWING TROOPS OUTSIDE OF VRANJA -"!.
Somebody else has asserted the right
to see words written for you alqne.
The thing that makes matrimony a
failure oftener than anything else is
just this lack of the decencies and re
serves of life between husbands and
wtves. It is because married people
so seldom are generous enough to ex
tend to each other any liberty of action
that marriage becomes a bondange that
we are ready to break at any price.
South side of Savannah, between '
Lackland and Leavell streets. Grand- j
view Realty company to David Klein. ,
lots 15 to 15, block 3; Grand View; j
consideration $241; June 24, 112. j
Northwest corner of San Jose street .
and Kentucky avenue. Nellie Moore !
Black and husband to O. T. Bassett and
company, lots l ana z, oiock t, iign- i
land park: consideration $5; Nov. 7.
North sjde of Madera, between Bowie I
and Crockett streets Florence F. '
Dwyer ta William French, lot 4, block
2; south side of Alamogordo, between
Jefferson and Bowie streets, lot 30.
block 11. French addition; considera-
tion. ?10; Nov. . 1912. i
South side of Tularosa, between Copia
arfcl Grama streets N. S. Qprbin and i
wife to W. E. Hunt, lets 25 and 26, !
block S7, East El Paso; consideration, i
?3700; Nov. 11, 1912.
West side of Mesa, between Currie
THE WAY OF A
"Out upon It! 'I have loved
Three whole days together;
And am like to love three more.
If it proves fair weather."
Sir John Suckling.
"I am keeping company with
a young man for the last four
years. I am a girl of 22, and be is
25.' When I first met him he was earn
ing only $12 a week, and said he could
not marry on that salary, but would
as soon as he got a better position. He
succeeded in getting it, and has had
it a year, but now says he fears it
would break his mother's heart. He is
not her sole support, as she has four
more children working for her.
This girl's story is one that has been
told countless times in many climes
and many languages. She loved a
man; he loved her. He couldn't afford
to marry, and she argeed to wait for
Long engagements have a way of
weakening a man's love. He is sure of
the girl; courtship lacks the in
centive that uncertainty gives. He be
gins to feel as bored as a married
man with this difference: There are
no legal bonds tying him.
He grows forgetful of her faithful
ness. His increased wages give him
A KITCHEN FOR
THE housemaids of Cleveland, O.,
have formed a union, and they are
greatly exercised over the ques
tion. "Shall we or shall we not consent
to receive our men friends In the
Pause a moment, dear Madame Pres
ident of the Housemaids union. What
is the matter with the kitchen? Is
there something disgraceful about, it?
Pray tell! And if so, when did its dis
graceful dishonor begin?
What's wrong with the kitchen? Why
should any girl be ashamed to see her
best young man in the place it is her
pride to keep spotless and shining?
I don't see anything disgraceful about
a kitchen, unless it is dirty. Seems to
me if I could cook well enough to hold
a good place I'd be proud of it. not
ashamed, and whisper, gentle maidens
of the Housemaid's union, I never no
ticed any aversion to tiie kitchen on the
part of any man I ever met.
The average woman has to areue with
her husband 1... da and I n'.Rht to
l.oep i.ii'i 1 i'n ni.ilcm., Mnif t ms" to
"i.t into J t kit' hi n
L PASO HEUALD
STATIOX AT NACO
. EATERED BY BURGLARS
Naco, Ariz., Nov. 18. Some time "dur
ing the night the El Paso & Southwest
ern depot here was burglarized. An en
trance was gained to the ticket office
by forcing th catch on a small window.
No cash was obtainable, but the bur
glars went through everything, taking
a fine overcoat and a well filled suit
case and, while it is said that no tick
ets are missing, they broke open the
scattered the ticket sabout.
arrests have been made.
and High streets. T. C -Hansen and D.
M. Conway to Esta B. ,Rlee, north 20
feet of lot 5. all of lot 6, and south four
feet of lot 7, block 77, Alexander's ad
dition: consideration $26&0; November
North side of Aurora, between Louis
iana and Alabama avenues. H. M.
Miskimins and F. B. Taylor to A. It.
Webb, lots IS and 14, block 86. High
land park; consideration ?1; October
West side of Virginia between Eighth
and Ninth streets. Victoriano Torrez
to John Duffey, easterly 68 feet of lots
4 and 5, block 33. Magoffin addition;
consideration. $450; Nov. 16, 1912.
Northwest corner of Prospect and
Putnam streets. W. B. Latta and John
H Happer to Haymon Krupp, lots 1
and 2, block 23, Sunset eights; consid
eration $4100; Nov. 15. 1912.
Northwest corner of River and El
Paso streets. A. J. Fullan to W. G.
Walz. lots 1 and 2, block 26, Alexander's
adition; consideration, ;iw, ucu ov.
North side of Detroit, between Cotton
' and Washington avenues. A. Livlng
; ston and wife to E. W. Mebos and Caila
I Mebus, lot 12, and east one-half of lot
' 13, block 17. Highland park; considera
tion $1800; Nov. 9, 1912.
Licensed to eu.
A. E. Smith and Vernie Wilcox.
George Hawser and Mary McKee.
Patrick Crosby a"nd Marguerite
Herman Howell and Lilian Livesay.
Manuel Mores and Ysabel Caracena.
1201 Harry Perclfield, 2912 Man
zana street; New Era motorcycle.
To Mrs. Louise Weber ,808 South St.
Vrain street; Nov. 14.
To Mrs. George J. Thalhammer, 1210
North El Paso street; Nov. 1L
MAN By Beatrice Fairfax
wider opportunity for knowing other
girls who are younger, fairer and
fresher. It may occur to him that the
girl who has waited for him It too old
for him, and If he does he is not the
first man to have this opinion, as thou
sands of neglected sweethearts will
He begins to delay the wedding day.
building up one flimsy excuse on top of
another. The girl, after the manner of
her sex, is distressed, and shows it.
In a way, it seems to her that the end
of the world has come.
She has soent the best part of her
girlhood in planning, hoping, waiting, j
rkiirinp' all th vears she has made4
him feel so sure of her constancy that
he has grown to cherish it as lightly as
he cherishes the love of a sister.
It is all wrong. Every long engage
ment is an injustice to the girl for the
very reason that man so often proves
Partly to Blame.
And I claim that the girl is partly to
blame. She is so much in love she
makes all of love's sacrifices. She
gives up the friendship of other men,
and often that of other women. She is
waiting for him. He knows she is
waiting; he is sure she will continue
to wait, and it is an unusual man who
will run to a destination, knowing that
the one waiting for him will continue
to wait thaugh 4ie lags on the way.
from the kitchen gentle Hilda or sweet
Eileen. Lead him right it. and see how
mild and tamable the sight of that
shiny range and those rows of delecta
ble spices will make him.
If I had a young man who was a lit
tle slow coming to the point of talking
about the flat, I'd never see him any
where but in my kitchen, and I'd wear
a good. big. clean, serviceable kitchen
apron when I saw him, too.
Oh, yes, the tube skirls and the elab
orate hair are well enough to catch his
vagrant eye, but when you really want
to enchain him, give him a doughnut
of your cooking, or a dozen cakes or so
with raisins in them, and watch the
caution and the reserve melt from his
manner like snow in the spring sun
shine. Ole isn't all for moonlight picnics
and moving picture shows, Hilda: he
just acts that way to please you. What
Ole really takes an interest in is a
good fire on a cool evening, a comfy
-i it 1 it and something good tc eat.
T' this ncoi or.ian' -hall you hold him
caiHi no matter what vellow-haired
ir.A tries, tu steal hia tp&jl fiora qy.
NEAR ALPINE, TEXAS,
J, B. Irlng. of Alpine. Buys Mexico
Cattle Hai Shipped 36 Carload
of Steers Prom Pecos.
Alpine, Texas, Nov. 18. Andrew
Laird, of Quanah. has bought 1200
Galloway cows with 700 carves which
he expects to ship by way of Alpine
fo Damsite where they will be pastured.
J B. Irving, of Alpine, has bought
part of the last herd of 1200 cattle
brought out of Mexico by the Blocker
,.tii and will pasture them on his
ranch near Leoncita. Mr. Irving sold
36 carloads of steers at Pecos
shipped them to Dalhart.
DIPS 15,000 CATTLE IN
NEW CONCRETE VAT
Plainview Tex., Nov. 18. The George
Slaughter ranch, to the southwest of
Plainview, has dipped 15,000 head of
cattle the past two weeks. The new
concrete dipping vat, said to be the
finest in the southwest, is being used
for the first time. Mr. Slaughter has
just shipped 2000 cattle through Plain
view to St. Louis purchasers. The cat
tle range is excellenthls fall and the
plains cattle should stand the winter
FROM THREE RIVERS.
Three Rivers, N. M-, Nov. 1ST Three
ears of cattle were shipped from here
to Kansas City by J. B. Wingfield. who
shipped one car, and M. Harper, who
shipped two carloads. The three cars
wei-rsent in care of Mr. Wingfield.
This is the first bunch of cattle to
be shipped from here this year.
H. S. Scheffer sold 573 head of An
gora goats to Mr. Oreer, of the Bonito
section. Mr. Greer also bought about
500 head from Frank Gc-odin, of Os
enra. STOCKMEN FAVOll A EW
TEXAS STOCK AND BOND LAW
Austin Texas, Nov. 1!. Judge Sam
H Cowan, of Fort Worth, general at
torney of the Texas Cattle Kaisers as
sociation, in an interview announces
that he will advocate the proposed
amendments to the stock and bond law
by the next legislature in accordance
with the Democratic platform on the
subject and also according to a resolu
tion adopted by the Cattle Raisers' as
sociation at its last annual meeting at
In this resolution, the association
nront nn record as favoring the pro
posed amendments. Judge Cowan says
that one of the greatest needs at pres
ent is to enable the railroads to obtain
nioney by Issuance of bonds for better
ing their properties.
SHIP W1LLCOX, ARIZ- .
CATTLE TO CALIFORNIA
Willcox, Arix., Nov. 18. H. L. John
son has gone on a business trip to Los
Angeles CaJL Mr. Johnson- will ship
another 'trani of 1000 cows to Bakers
field, Cal.. on the 22d of the month.
These cattle are consigned to & i
The Riggs Cattle company and -Dos
Cabexos Conjtolidated company have
just shipped 525 head of feeder cows
and bef cows to the Los Angeles mar
ket. The Coronado Land and Cattle
company, Riggs Cattle company and the
Chtrichaua Cattle company have also
put out a large shipment of cattle to
western points recently.
KANSAS BUYER SECURES LAMBS
FROM MBSCALBRO RBSBRVE.
Tularosa. N. M.. Nov. IS. A Kansas
City buyer has bought of the Mescalero
Apache Indians 4500 head of lambs.
They were driven to Tularosa and
shipped to Hutchinson. Kansas. The
Indians received $2.80 a head. Marian
Sims owned about one-third of the
J. D. Mitchell, is going to sell his
Jersey cows and fine blood horses No
vember 27. He is going out of the
Matt Gilmore has just delivered 20
head of mules to E. L. Lumbley. They
were brought from Ruidoso, N. M.
THREE CATTLE SHIPMENTS
MADE FROM MOXAHAXS, TEX.
Monahans, Tex., Nov. IS. The fol
lowing cattle shipments were made
from liere Saturday:
W. H. Williams, two cars of cows to
Fort Worth: Thos. Vollvla. of Mid
land, four cars of cows to Fort Worth:
Sanders Estes, one car of calves to
SAFFORD CATTLE RANCH
AND STOCK ARK SOLD
Safford, Arix., Nov. 18 Harley Martin
and Z. C Frira have bougnt the cattle
of K. Bryce and will hereafter conduct
a oattle business.
H. J. D-i'Adlc went to Douglas and
bought a bunch of steers which he has
brought to hht ranch south of Safford.
BIG SALE OF MUTTONS
IS MADE AT LANGTRV.
Langtry. Texas. Nov. 18. E. B. and
I. Billings have just sold to Ira Hord
1200 fat muttons, two years old and up.
The consideration was not made public,
but was about $3000. The muttons were
shipped to Mr. Hord's ranch at John
GETS RECORD PRICK FOR TWO-YEAR-OLD
"WEST TEXAS STESRS
Big Springs, Tex., Nov. IS. George
Mclntyre, of sterling county, sold 150
2 year old steers to a A. C. Persons at
$45 per head. This is a record price for
west Texas steers of their age.
NORTERN BUYKItS GET A
TRAINLOAD OF MARFA STEERS
Marfa, Texas. Nov. 18. J. C. Powell
has sold a train load of cattle to north
ern buyers to be snipped as soon as
they can be gathered.
J. H. Taff has soild out his cattle
business to Mr. Mimms.
CATTLE SHIPPED FROM
FRAMBROUGH RANCH AT ANCIIO
Carrizoso. N. M., Nov. 18. Samuel
Frambrough. of the Aneho section.
shipped about 200 "head of fat cattle
from his ranch last Monday.
BUYS STOCK AT MONAHANS.
Big Spring. Tex.. Nov. IS. C. D.
Read has purchased 900 two year old
steers and $00 two year old heifers
ADS BY PHONE.
The ordinary cost of a Wan' Ad. in
The El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an average of about 70,000
readers each Issue. V
25 GENT "DHH" FOR FALLING
Hi AND DANDRUFF-GROWS Hi
Don't pay 50 cents for worthless hair tonics Use old,
reliable, harmless "Danderine" Get results.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
"there is nothing so destructie to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and Its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness and itching of the scalp, which
if not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die then the
han falls out fast.
little randerine tonight now
jany t.jjmesrwm gyjrely Ba,ye yous hair.
Our Citizen's Demand
Complied With. An EI
Resident Furnished It.
There are few items which appear
in this paper more important to SI
"Paso people than the statement puo
Hrlshed below. In the first place, it is
from a citizen of El Paso and can be
thoroughly relied upon. In he second
place, it indisputably proves that
Doati's Kidney Pills do their work
thoroughly and not temporarily. Read
W. A. Wells, San Antonio St, EI Paso,
Texas, says: "I used several boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney trouble
and found them excellent. Some time
ago I began to suffer from weak back
and kidney trouble. Hearing Doan's
Kidney Pills highly recommended, I
got a box and used them as directed.
After using that box and one more I
was entirely cured. Since then I have
had no occasion to use a kidney medi
cine, as the cure has been permanent.
It gives me great pleasure to recom
mend Doan's Kidney pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
The quickest and easiest way to open
up your mucus clogged head and free
the throat from Catarrhal secretions is
to breathe Booth's HYOMEI.
Don't waste time with impossible
methods: HYOMEI has ended the
misery of Catarrh for thousands of
despairing sufferers; it will do the. same
for you-if you will give it a fair trial.
Just breathe it; it kills Catarrh germs
and banishes Catarrh. A HYOMEI out
fit, which includes inhaler, $1.00. Sep
arate bottles, if afterwards needed, 50c,
at Kelly & Pollard's, and pharmacists
- money spent for
Fatimas than for any
other cigarette in
The "distinctively in
dividual" Tarkish Blend
Plain package 29 for 15c
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