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GGCHWE KBVIBW : &ONIMT EVENING, NOVJBMBBK o, 1900
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THE BISBEE NEWS COMPANY.
V. R. N. QREAVES, EDITOR
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Ariz., aa accoud-class mall matter.
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BISBEE, ARIZ., NOV. o. 1800.
So far, the campaign lodally bes
been run without auy display of vln
dictiveneej. There have been no per
tonalities indulged In, and in fact wo
have heard candidates speak in favor
of their opponents.
This may bo a departure from tho
usual rule, but it is a fact, and speak
well for the men on both tickets. Tho
choice for the leading position on the
county tickets are both splendid fwl
lows, and each of them speak well of,
Let each man stand ou hi? own mei' I
its, and may tho best man wio.
The prohibition ticket'eomtnendi. it
self to all of us on account of the ex
cellence of the cause it promotes. This
office, like all print shops, is gratly In
favor of prohibition, and yhe 'new
bucket, purchased by subscription, was
bought to test tho purity oftue spark
ling spring that supplies the town
Italy i3 threatened' with one of the
most sensational scandals of the cen
tury, a scandal which will' attreet ati
tentlon far beyond the borders of this
country , ,, -
It has transpired that the late King
Humber set aside out of his olvll list a.
sum of 160,000 lire monthly for distribu
tion among the families of soldiers who
, died in national wars. This amounts
in the aggregate to some 40,000,000 lire
But it also transpired that not one of
the societies which attend to the wants
of disabled army veterans, widows asd'
orphans of soldiers, etc., has received a
penny of this money, while there are
known to be many old soldiers and
patriots in a state of absolute penury. -I
Tb explanations pi those who av
had to deal with the money are not een
sldeved satisfactory, and an inquiry will
le opened into the matter. Milatrywt
tespondece of The London Mail.
Ttiu people will be able to get th
returns from the various preolnuts, and
the country gererally, from the Young
Mens Democratic Club, Elaborate
arrangement's have been made a.nd the
communication will be pe'rfeot witb the
various distriots. It will be well werth
while to visit the club Tuesday night
and watch the black board as the re
turnc are announced.
BETTER THAN FLY-PAPB,
a Moms la tkJladlA WJxU
Oatska the Pat us,rt
i. tiny mouse that seems io lxs.v it
own way in aU it caree to do has takea
up quarters la a bulk window AtXCneati
nut street, Philadelphia, The window
contains a fine display of traveling
bags and dressing case, and under
ordinary circumstances the presscee
of the little intruder wfou'ld4 not be
toler&ted a minute. But this is not
an ordinary mouse Instead of ?
stimg hsvo and damags by gnawing,
holes in the valuable bags and grips
this particular mouse does u valuable
service to the firm by spending its time
in catching the files out are unwise
enough to come withi.n reach. Every
evening after the store has ben elwed
nd the clerk have gone home a erewd
gsthers on the pavement outside and
watches the little fellow capture th
unwary flies. It is a wonderful per
formance, and so quick of movement
and keen of eye is the nionse that a
fly rarely escapes that it springs for
Thi mouse's mode is simple and ef
fectual. From a crouching attitude
it waits until a fly romes close a&ourh,
then It straightens upon its hind legs, I
the two front pawa, like tiny hands,
are thrust upward, ajid the unwary fly
ie olutched and brought down. After
that the mouse cats the fly sad these j
gets eady to catch another. t
GREEKS WERE AUTHORS.
Thar Ar Said to Have Baea.tba rtrst '
So Saaploy IunotuatloB Maraw
, The art of punctuation waederalo
gradually from very ancient tfrnae,
Greek scribea before the Christian r
used a wedge-shaped sign (V) to mark
anew paragraph Later a pauwln the
sense was indicated by a blank spaoe,
a point, and sometimes by a slight ob
lique stroke or an apostrophe InLatla
manuscripts' the full points appear.!
first, and are variously pi'aeed on a
level with the top, middle or bottom, of I
the letters. The invention of thef mod-
ftrn system of punctuation haw been a
tributed to ArisitophantR.a gTam-v
marlan of Alexandria. Jerome' used
igns (commata aniTco'la) Id his trana
lation of the Scriptures, while in early
English and Irish raBnunoripfothecom-'
ma isusfid, and the final etoplemarked,
by one and eornetimes two or more full'
points. With the advent of printing,
punctuation wu, greatly Improved and
systematically adopted about thecloso
of the fifteenth century, mainly pwlng
to thti Venetian printer, Mauutiua, ,It
i said that all the stop we now use ap
pear in the "Arcadia," 1587, of Sir Sid.
ltaat aad Tmtcrul Adjttnaia (Mm
CoxltUn s( Rmw
The new prairie grate raetetiure
simply doligtMul; they com in'eef
greens, reds, blues and ecrus.tbe natu
ral tints of the long, wiry prairie grass
es of the west, which are" aoTV
proving sources of income to th
farmer. Formerly these grassea were,
supposed to be an unmitigated ril(
says Ladle' World. i
Prairie grass matting ie much heavier
than the Chinese and Japanese prod
uets, and much more durable; they
all have the same oltan and fragrant I
smell that makes them so acceptable
as floor coverings. Prairie grass" mat
ting is full yard wide and ooate 40 eeata
Never were there shown more beauti
ful lamps than are now made Espe
cially notable ere the piano lamps ef
welded wrought iron sad copper in car
mine finish The antique copper and
oamine ,, copper, are also beautifully
combined in other models. The car
mine finish, royal 'copper is aot new,
but it is ever beautiful and has mever
Very attractive portieres in green and
soft dull crimson in fish-net, seine pat
tern, have been selling for thre dol
lars each; the meshes are as large as
those of a coarse wine, and the curtains
are finished top and bottom by hand
Another style in t. sort of rosa
stripid opes work pattern eoxnes in
rich rede and deep blues, and has up-,
pera'nd lower finish of tassls. The
materfal is cotton, a sort of softcord,
and the eolers aro claimed to be fast;
they draps very gracefully and need
A handsome top border for a plain
curtain, that is, a curtain without fig
ures, may be made by taking a 3trig
of burlap having a figure, and outlining
this figure with gold thread and tha
pewdwing it with colored spasgle
. FROZEN DESSERTS. Kf
TK Pfsfcee'Tfcat WUl
hr tb acat lea Wma
7r eiekory aut io eveaae, xwj
tscdled euetard of one pint of stllk,
1 aupfMa of egarr-i Sow eggs aad'
one-third' of a teaepoo&fwl of aeit
Whan it is cold add oae quart of
raam and two eupfule of hickory nut
meat that have beea. pow4ere4 ,flne
in a ,mort.v i then freaca, aay the
"aws Tork Tribune ' " '
Coff' iaenream froaai& a eyljn
drical mold, with the 'center Jfllle'd
with lemon ie, is aa attractive and
delieioue .'dswert. Tot the ic ereata
mix two tablespooisfuls of arrowroat
wlthhalf cupful of old milk. 'Beat
feur. eggs" well aad mix with it Theft
Wat one pint of milk sjod pour over
the mixture and add four eupfule of
whitesugar Whan it is 0Ol' add, two
quarts ol araaxn. Put it into, the
freezer, and when H ie partly trosen
turn in two eupfule of strong eonVe
and frtt;. thoroughly. Pack if in a
cyyndriaal raold; ;''
FoTthe lemon ice mix together the
Juice bf six lemone, twecupfuls of
sugar and rnrea aupfule 0 water.
Strain and turn it into the freeaer'
When the ice and salt are peeked add
.to.it two cupful of awee milk and
iretlte at onoa. Pill it inU. the eeaiTer
of the coffee toe creavi
Maple ''mousse i easily and quiekly
made. Put one pint of maple sirup
into a sauoepan with the yolks of
eight eggs. Stir over the Are t until
the sirup thickens, then remove at
once and, stir until it i eold, Fold
into it one' quart of whipped eream
asd pack In a mold in lee.taM aaAt.jJwr;.
fo Plaus VUltAte.
A. suitable refreahmsnt t 4a W
the visitors who are glad to rot
the plaua from the journey ovied
town 1b iced tea or lemonade); or a
sauoer of strawberries. If ye pro
vide strawberries, remember to le4re
the. nulla, on. It is ooneidared desir
able to 'serve them that way, toeeeuse
it IndlctitsB that the firnit has norfra
oeived any unnecessary handling. Vl&
th hull of the strawberry as a ljittle
handle by which to lift it from the
saucer and dip it in the pile oi aoft
white sugar hoaped in one oorner t
the plate. Uae tho pulrerised fruit
sugar, a mere powder, for the straw
berries. Have a plate of lady fingers
or rice flour plunkete ready to ,oer
with the fruitDetroit Jraa Jraae
Two cupfuls of milk, one cupful t
soup stock, one tableepoonful ft
ehopped parsley, two tables poonfuls
butter, one quart moat, two table
spoonfuls of flour, three eggs, one tea
spoonful salt, a dash of pepper; melt
the butter without browning i, ad4
the flour, stir until it thlokene, add
the chopped meat, either chicken or
lamb, take from the fire, beat the
eggs lightly and add last; grease
baking dish, turn it in and bake a
hour People' Home Journal.
A peach auce to use with a plain pud
ding Say a bread pudding ! made by
mashing to a pulp very rpe peaahee,
whloh have been pared and out in plecee.
Add sugar to,swceten and a tablespoon
ful of melted butter. Stir well together
and put on the -fire to cook. Serva
warm. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
PWH V CUPSAND GLASSES.
. " f r -
AimtImsi Warwofl Aaiape TTta
$ ! front Abrod.jir
Walter Schumann, United States con
sul at Main&, hoe called the attention
pt the state department to the danger
to tho health of persons using sllrcr
mouuted glasses and porcelain wares.
Hu bays a Frankfort uewspaptr some
time ago called attention to the fact
that certain kinds of silver-mounted
and porcelain, wares, such ae cups,
glasses, jrs, vases, te., hadbeen
placed upon the market. .. "
";rhe "silver on these articfee,, he
iays, "is applied by means of jfal
vurioplastic process in baths which don
tain largo, quantities of potassium cy
anide. Asx,gla?ed wares havennu
('polsoD enters' the.se cracks, and the
articles, besutlful to'look at, beoome
a severe menace to the health of any
body using or handling them, and es
pecially as it la impossible in the eourse
of manufacture to remove this poison
ous residuum- -"-, 'T v
"Ouly a short tine ego a very severe
case of polioning resulted from the
u$e of such ware. '.I am t?ld that these
goods are chiefly exjported to the United
States from Jrankfort, Berlin and
Stuttgart. It'imight be well for the
public to be informed 9! the danger
in thee goods, and steps might &
taken to prohibit their sale."
fPlDIR TXMI IIT MANILA.
When "spider t4nje"-iu-rive the 111-
ipirio boy is happy. B do4 not know
inut'h about marbles, but when spider,
time arrives, and that it ju&t aftr the
rainy season begins, he knows that
he is to have great sport There are
two harmless varieties of spiders that
arc reen and yellow in co.or that ma
ture in June. They aro as large as the
evmmon black spider so plentiful in
California.- The Filipino boy catches
these and keeps them sceure in a box.
A small rod the size and length of a
knitting needle is-'proeured. A sptdeV
U then placed on the-xod. Another boy
comes along and 'fie beta a cent that
his spider will' whip, says the Sao Joae
(Cal.) Mercury.' .Than the sport be
gins ; ttu.-. -'.-
The boy who ie challenged produces
his 'spider, pfacesit on the rod with
the'challenge'a. TEeh' spidermakes
a rush for the other and a fierce lo'at
tle ensues. rJ9ometimee the stronger
of the-iwJ vnjl'wind a web around the
other,' fastening him to the rod and
completely 'putting -him out of busi
ness." The spiders sometimes fight for
ten minutes. Nearly every boy has
from eight 'io ten.' spiders, and they
bet' all the Filipino pennies they ean
gette the reeult of the 'fight
. VI v
"A pretty girl.' observed the Plain
(Jirl, bitterly "has a great advantage
in thia bueineee et naking a nam for
herself 1 n " ' "
T'dwa't kojWi? eig-hed tt5f tretty,
"hevflnde o niany !JoTely-rea4yito-."
wear namae at hand I "Puck.
C, A. D-DPTON I
AQENT FOR LAND SCRIP
j 'X -Tombttone, Arizona.
f M. p OOKNhLI.
oinost WALLoa sou.nuta
A J. GAMEL - '- -
LAWTSB ' .' . -
Minli-K Law a Specialty '.,
vylLLIAM J. KILPATBIOJK
lin W.-Peanlaeton t Tocsoo, Aria.
TiU practloa la all Courts of the Torrltory.
jyjAROUS A. SMITH
t i TCOBPH, AB1ZONA
Wilt Diwtlw In DJaUtot Court of Cochts
' ' 'j t " TCOaON, AR12-OWA
Will attaad all tcrou of Court In Ooohlw
BAfiK a. aaaaroan sxxa a. has abd
. - I " TprjOSON, ARIZONA
AGENTS VQ& UkXD CmP, , .
AppoiiittnanU Mada by Mall
psoas S3 B13BEK
QR. J. w". FARBINGTON
SpealaUlea Biaaases of the oral oavity uud
irown and brldgo work. All operation per
formed. p A. SWWiT, M. D. Tsx. No 0
B, G. UAKLbTON. M. 0
A. B. HICKMAN. M. D.
FHTSICIAHS AND SDKQKON
To the Copper.Quaeu Conioltdatod Silaluv
Co. ami A. A S. B. R. It.-
V- 1 '
QR, ISAAO H. WATK1NS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office; Bear of Drugstore.
g K. WILLUM '
justice" op the peace
'" ' "" BISBKK, ARIZONA
Notary Public and CooTayanoer. Bill eol
actlnr a specialty.
R?AILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Poclflo Titno one hour earllor than City time
s J ;!
. . PuoUrtl .
.,.. Banulntr. .
,. Water Took.
Ar... Benson. .Lv
Flag Stationstop oo Signal
T, R. STILEd,
Southern Pacific Railroad.
4:57 n. m,
fcouthwnrii VV XiLj&Sf i
8 1 iL 4
5 s 5 2 y- Or. Kdmundso
-t I r ,'i H
MiifH. p.m. ri?aasX
Arl 55 3 1.S0 Sitf$
M0 1 Uii WaKfl)
I m 1 1:10 MJmStfw
4.6 j 12;M M
42.9 j 12:45
I S3 na A
80 1 125 W(
4X O 41
fUW "- j L.
1 u:s3 1
lfl.O 11U3 -ex
it n ' ' l -ns. a
J 15 7 11:00 VJT J$
9.0 10:401 WjLW
0 10:00' a
H IIIIIIMIW II I III . . !.
7uma, arrive .. . 3:00 a. m.
Loa AuseLei, arrive .l2:iiuon.
Benson, leave . . 0,06 a la.
Wlllcos, arrive . . .. W:U "
Bowie, " .. .. 1155 "'
Lordibun?, " ... 1:13 p.m.
lieinliiM. " . 3:S0 '
El Paso. " 8.00 "
Phoenix, " ... 6:80 n.n.
Paengori for Phoenix, from the east or
west, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing car and hotel accommodation.
New Mexico and Arizona IlHlIroail.
Benson, leave . 5:50 p. iu,
-Fatrbank, arrive . 8:12 "
No?;ale, " .91) "
Nogalei, leave 5:10 a. 111,
FalrbanU, nrrlv" 7:57 "
Bonou, " , .. . , S:1Q "
Nogalei, leave ...... . 10:0i p. in.
Horisoiillo, arrive .... 5:15 a.m.
Ouayraas, " 9:10 "
Guaymas, leave 6.00 p. m.
Ilermoallto, arrive 9:SS "
NoBales. " 5:W a.ta.
mi iti inim rm -- "TaaawaMiajaijucKtsBsiWiMit!
Survey No. H73.
Unitkp States JLandOffiok, )
Tucson, Abuona, September 7, 1900 j
Notice is hereby given that Poter
Johnson, Fredolf Sundstrom, C. J.
Grondutrom, Ernest P. LarBon. C. E.
Haueen, whose post office address in
Blsbee, Coohiae county, Arizona tei-ri
tory, for all, have thia day tiled their
application for a patent for 1500 linear
feet of the Boras mlue or vein bearing
copper and other metal3, with surface
ground 600 feet iu width, situated iu
Warren mining district, couuty of Co
chise and Territory or Arizona, and
designated by the Hold notes aud offi
cial plat on tile iu thia office as survey
number 1473, approximately iu town
"Bbip No. 23 south, raufto 21 east (nn
surveyed) of Gila aud Salt River Base
and Meridlau," Arizona, tjaid survey No.
1473"beingdesciibed ae follows, to wit
, BORAS LODE
Beginning at cor No. 1, the sw cor ,
(identical "with location and with the
oe. cor. Niaister aou -ae. cor auperjor
mining- claims, a ptue post 4 feet long.
4 inches square, set iu a mound of
stones, scribed i-1473-B.L., whence U.
H. 'Mineral Monument No. 3 beais s. 46
,deg. 48 mtn. w, 1229.0 feet, and the ne.
or or station nouse or uou iouia on
the Arizona & South Eastern R. R.
P bears s. 9 deg. 29 min. w.; this cor, is
also identical with the tiw. cor. Su
sanna claim; thenoe s. 78 deg. 52 min.
e. 300 feet to s. end center, a pin ft post
soribed 1473-B.L,, 600,. same bearing to
cor. No. 2, the e. cor., identical with
the be, cor of the Susanne claim,
whence the original location bears s,
78 deg. 52 min. e. 21 feet, a pine p.ost
scribed 2-1473-B.L.; thence n. 17 deg.
33 rain. e. 490 feet to cor. No. 3, identi
cal with corners No. 4 Monarch and
No. 1 Raven lodes No. 1304, a pine post
scribed -3-1473.B.L.; thenoe n. 17 deg
24 min. e. 1004 feet to oor. No. 4, the
ne. cor., Identical with location and
witbcornersKo. 4 Raven, No. 2 Urown
King, No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1394, a
pine-poet, scribed 4-1473-B.L.; thence
n 78 cleg. 62 min, w. 206 feet to n. end
oeuter, Identical with s. end center
Crown' King lodeNo. 1304, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.L., 632.10 feet, same
bearing to cor. No-6, idontloal with lo
cation and with oor. No. 1 Crown King
lode No. 1394 and with tho so. and ne.
corners ef the unsurvoyed Tusoarora
aud Superior claims respectively, a
pine post soribed 5-1473-B.L.; thence
s. 20 deg. 1 min. w. 1608.70 foot to oor.
1, the plaoo of beginning.
Magnetic variation 11 deg. 4$ min.
east, containing 19.38 acres.
The location of this mine is recorded
in tho Recorder's office of Deeds iu
Book 3, page 474, Records of Minos,
rOoords of Coohlse county, at Tomb
stone, in the couuty and territory
The adjoining claimants are: On tho
north, OijOwu King and Iron Cap No
1394, South Blsbee Copper Mining aud
Townsito Improvement company own
ers; "Puscaroia (uuaurveyed), dnuies
Blair owner; 011 east, Raven aud Mou
aroh claims No. 1394, South Bisboe
Copper Mining and Townsito Improve
ment company ownets; ou south, Su
sanno and Malstor, Peter Johnson,
owner; on west, Superior claim, Peter
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Boras mine
or surface ground arc required to tile
their adverse claims with tho Register
of the "United States band Office at.
TucBon, in the Territory of Arizona,
during the sixty duyB' period of publi
cation hereof, or they will be barred
bv virtue of tho Drovislons Of tho stut-
I MILTON R. MOORE, Reglstey.
First publication Sopt. 11, 1900.
1 Last publication Nov. 11, 1900.
IMPEOtTID OKUBR OF KE1)
MEN. COCHISE Tribe No. 7..
muet eory Tburiiiay evening
at tho Opera Hou&BHall Vis
iting brothitc eordiallr iitvi.
Janisa A. CarapbPll.Snobetn
John Munoh.C. of 17.
XXABREK CAMP NO. 0.
V WOODMUN OK THE
WORLD, mouth oory
Hieond and foutthMomluy
at tho opera house Vlh
ItliiHr ruambor- cordially
J . MILLER, 0 C.
P V. JOHNSTON Soc.
DERrECT ASILAR LODGE No. 12,
V. A A. M. Meets tiibt lhui-sduy
of eucti mouth. VlBltiufr broth
rub cordially Invited to atteud. .
G C. Waiimeh. W. M.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 0.,
C. A. M. ItctfularConvoin
tioni third 1 uvKiuy in oath
month, 8:15 p. in, Yltlting ujiii
panlom lc ood stuudlotrvladly
V. R. STILES, H. P.
Fbask J, GBr,Sec.
QUEE. LODGE NO. 0, A.
O, U, V., meeti eireiy
Saturday etculng-. Vl
Itltijr brotbr cordially
Alfred Godfrey, W. M.
Richard Humphrey. Ree.
fl. C. I'toier Uunucler.
taifi4- RIHBEE LODGE NO. 10, 1. O. O.
HS5rvK& " I'm rooett evtrr Wtdntday
w-JWfe! enlnc. VitltloB brothuw
w eordloliy iuviUd to attnd.
ALriiED GoprKBT, N. G.
Emilk Maek. R. S.
SOSES' TftTr Wodnelayhof the
S&Jfe7 '" i
-VWS dlally invited.
m?0 fl". n'cretnrye
CURRY & CO.
Dealers in Dry Goodfi. Groif rieo
Bard.viwe, Boots ami Shoes.
i'urrhttain and Forwarding Aue
Cnstooi Houee Brohere.
PU, Doughnuts, CaUe. etc.
French Restaurant Meals Served in
Thos. Pinelli Naco, Arizona .
Cas Im $PQ
Kd PriM who has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets ell
Trains. Orders may be left
at New England Kltehen. '
Vaur FtronS oIIltt
Ale and ro Qarcfo,
S KAVARD0, PflOPBIiTOfi
Tho Cholccjt Cuts of tatvder and
JBREVERYAVE. BlSBEK j
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbeo Bill Posting Co.
B. B. ITASON. Matugsr
, . AUGUST JOBRRS
j Watchmaker and Jeweler
j Dealer iu Watches, Clocks,
j bpcctacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
I Kopairtusr Werttly Done
ftlAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
1 1 SI il
MRS. M. DttWCn, Proprlefor.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS
1 Cor Lndto ami Oentlpmen
I IIN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST OfflCE
Giaconovlch & Co.
WIne9, Llquora and CJtfars.
Fruits and Confections
'. :5Mwlhb0M. ijiftsawwaolaitv r
-"'v-' ' '"I'.'.l :
-V- ' -
IAINTS ANO OII-4
Main St. Mr A, W. Strumm, Proa,
Firet-Clats Restaurant. Board by the
Day, Week or .Month. Short Orders
Day and Night
j. C. RAUB,
lain ct., above
REPAIRS ANO RENTS
aoveit worlu Key
tiuc a tpeolulty. Uuu
if a tDeoluItY. Onus
Ltoe)', scwluir taaebtne
and bicycles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOL
City barber Shop
Bath Room and Porcelain
EU3llC MarkS PrPnel0n
'Everything First - Class.
Cheap CASH Store.
CheloA Family Grtcrle, Pib Fruit of
all kinds rocelvcd dally. Win, Liquors.
Uliturnntul'lolmowfc. Guod dIlorevl free.
MIZIOVICZI & NOBJXK
CONTRACTOR AMD BUILDER
Htitlmntei of DultdlBf
OfFICt; J. H. JACK lUM8Elf GOMPANr
EASTMAN'S KODAKS &
Photographic Sunpliuu. Developir,
una Printing at Lowost Rates, Sat-
Hm fingiajid '
Open Day aud Niglif
Short Orders ;v pjeclalt)
Meals served to .femLU.ee
WMlclKMd i Marthell, Proprietors,
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
.Fra'i Candies Every, Day
l.Cram. Soda Water,
Lewouade Milk abak
, C0 Drink for ' 5 tenlsT
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