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MATHEWS !C. H.. VA.,
HURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912 - NO. 11
anything In this Una I
afM i? poutfuHy In rite yon to call a
??B mmmm fei Norfolk. If unable to
T llth Street and
?A Ftno Beach Car Lisa
B. E. Mtunford, Pr?s., J. P N<
Paid Up Capital
?BVOselte the accounts of firms ar
aeoommodatlon consistent with
Interest Allowed 0
AH Money In Yault Coi
Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
C. D. C
CONTRACTOR FOB EQCll
fflwUHBIira WATER SOFTLY, WIHl
OK} ENGINES, ACETYLENE G.
UGnTIXJ, BELLS AM?
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
Office Over Slbley Broo*.
MATHEV. *,. C. H.. VA.
?Offlee Hours: t to 13 and 1 to 6.
SCHEDULE NOBFOLK-MATTIIEWS- (?LOI (ESTER ROUTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Effective Monday, March 25th. the steamer POCAHONTAS will per?
form service on the Norfolk, Mathews and Gloucester Route as follows:
.*xy?*r Monday Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday and
and Friday. Saturday.
Lv. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). 6:00 a. m 6:00 a. m.
Lv. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).. 6:15 a. m. '6:15 a. m.
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf). 6:30 a. m. 6:30 a. m.
I.V. Old Point, . 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
Lv. Philpot's Wharf, East River- 9:30 a. m. 9:30 a. m.
Lv. Williams* Wharf, East River- 9:45 a. m. 9:45 a. in.
Lv. Hicks' Wharf, East River. 10:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m.
Lv. Diggs' Wharf, East River. 10:30 a. ?m. 10:30 a. m.
Lv. Roane's Wrharf. Ware River. 11:30 a.m.
Lv. Bailey's Wharf, Ware River. 11:50 a.m.
Lv. Hockley, Ware River. 12:10 p.m.
Lv. Auburn Wharf, North River. 11:45 a. m. .
Lv. Dixondale, North River. 12:00 m. .
Lv. Severn Wharf, Severn River. 12:45p.m. .
Lv. Fishery Pier. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
Lv. New Point WTiarf. 3:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m.
Lv. Old Point (Government Wharf).. 5:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m.
Ar Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1). 6:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
Ar. Portsmouth (North St. Wrharf).. 6:20 p. m._ 6:20 p. m.
Every Evening between Norfolk and Richmond.
? STEAMERS BERKLEY and BRANDON
Fare First-Class $2.00 each way, Inciting Berth
in Stateroom. Second-Class including Berth $L<*0
Leave Norfolk 7:00 P. M. )
_. _ _ ?? _ __ y Daily, including Sunday.
Leave Richmond 7:00 P. M. f
^ Leave 7 P. M., Sunday Excepted
Arrive In New York 8:30 P. M., following afternoon.
Leave New Yoik 3:00 P. M. (Sunday excepted).
Arrive in Norfolk 10:30 A. M. following morning.
FARE?First-class, one way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, berth included,
round trip, limit thirty days, $14.00.
TfCKlTS and STATEROOMS at ticket office, 169 Main Street, Opposite
Atlantic Hotel, or at Company's office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va.
All schedules subject to change without notice.
E. E. PATJBN,
_ _ Assistant general Man age r.
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLARK, President.
Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
-" PI?ATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, On,S AND VARNISHES,
PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK,
$ NORFOLK. VA.
? Grave Stones
ret oar pri?e before placing erder.
able* us to tarn
out the highest
claee work at
prices. We pay
freight and giro
tion ta placing
work In ceme?
lid inspect our large stock of finished
call write us for catalogua
WHOLE WIRELESS |
?ttingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier.
3 . H., VA.
d Individuals and offers to eoatojn? ra
\\ \SHIM.TO\, I?. V. Sperlal.
I\u- ill?' tirst lim?- ?.in??- the Titanic
??Mit down it is km?? 11 hist
what iiu^Kair??? Hi?-)?? ?| out fi?'in
lur wlrcl<*SK Ikiiim* across an i?-??
sacked sea, arburs tito Olympic,
nee aSster .*-???!?; iIm* Baltic, ih?>
I'rankrort, III?* <arpathia. the
lliu-muh (h Russian steamer) ?mil
Ih?' .Mount Temple \\?-r?- all sicam.
?ni; ssader full bead to eheat the
!<??? pack ??f Its prey.
Captain Moore, ?if th?- Mount
Temple, r?*a?l lo Hi?- commit i<?- .ill
tin* m?*ssa?res caught by t lia- Mount
Templets O'perator fr??iii 19:1s,
when tin? tlr-.t '('. if. I>." llalli?-?!
from the Titanic, until IS: 11 \
>!.. wlu'ii from the t'arpulhia
taaCfa CBBSe tas final tra^i?' m?-s
^i??*: "Ml aaJet now: Titanic has
not answ?'rc?l sin?-?? 11:17 P. M."
Th.- wireless operator*! ofBclal re?
"Sunday, April 14, 1912. 10:2:. P.
M. Titanic sending C. (-i- D. An
swerlng ua Can't read you. oi?l man.
Here's our position. Coi'.' .it .?
Struck berg Inform captain.
"10:S5?--i "arpathia answering M <;.
T.' tli?' Tita nies call.
"10:40?M. <:. Y. still calling
i). Your captain (the Mount
??s ship a txl st ? : ? ma for
II. ?; v.. about fifty mile? off.
"i (>:">(??Prankfort answers M. <;
Y. Later gives position an?! ;isks
? '?ones to our assistant?-.' Krankfort
asks "What's the matter with you?"
If. <?. Y. answers "We've struck Ice.'
Frankfort "O. K. Will u-ll Bridge
right away.' Titanic: '< >h. res.
"10:66?Titanic calling s. < >. s. (the
new distress signal).
"10:59 Working M. P. A. (th
pathia's call >.
"10:59? ? Uymplc calling.
??i i to?Calling II. >;. M. ami C. i i
Q. < ?ailing Virginian ?.
"11:10- Calling C. 1). Q.
"1 1 ; SO-Cirntrn (llvr..T.. ..?.1
risa rfinird?tur (lie happcaJegS sa
tiu> niel!? vi tiif ifaesser, BAm said:
?i a ;. ?rhen we struck the
Iceherg- The shoeh awoke aa
i ?mi not r?aiiz. that anything ?erloua
had happened until the stewardess
came to my room sad told me to ??-t
my husb nui
knocked at the door.
"iiuyy up an?i dress, dear,' he said.
'Something has happened, hut I do
n??t think there is any cause for
"My maid helped me to dress an?l
rted for tiu; deck, in the cor?
ridor I met the Count?-ss RotlM
Mrs. Wldeaer, of PlUladelphla. Wo
all hurried to the deck and war
toward the bow. Mr. Astor still In?
sist?.I there was nothlag to (?other
about, and I suppose to all
vas making merry over the sit?
"Th half a dozen
I persona ,?n th?- ?I?-?-k at that time.
"O.ir first realization that we
were in *>oril cease when uu of?
fner ?ame to us ami told Mr.
A-ior t?j put nu- into one of th?
boats, lie didn't think It was
accessary, hut th?- offl<-er insist
?-?I upon it. In the hour of dan
u?r hlS lirst and only thouuht MM
of in?-. II?- sax?. I wasn't dr?*ss?'<l
very warmly, and with Rollins,
his valet, went ha? k to oar ? abln
to gel sotue iiriuii-r clothing.
They ret maid with o stresser
?Dill. BOtUC ragS and BOsac ?-lotli
Ing for my need.
"t"i-ioiiei \-n?r pm th?- steamer
real si ru - bj shoulders ami gave
me so'tic money. Tlien be kissed
me ? roodbye :?n<l i?-!<; BOB to ~>'t
Into one of the boats
"There's t> dam said; 'I'm
d hands I i d 1*11 .?>?t you
n a si i ii ?? to slip over
the si.i. <>i the boat to irt Into the
t A petty ?.iti??-r directed u.s
to r??v p ?rhich he thought he
"There \' -i in the boat.
Mrs. \\ nd myself I rled ! ?
-???^ i t M t ire sa w some
l think there
? .i them. Two
of tli" lied before we
"Mrs. .1. !'. Thavar .,r l ?). H-..1..1.T I*
I It. hut most of th.-m
nt any of th?
\ itn the aoml -
R 1 i: !l M o N D, VA.?Special.
M? in the military < ?iiirt <>:
inquiry and witnesses tr??m tiiis ?
m Norfolk, wher?
-? i..-. ?
trying t<> get at the bottom ?>f th?
tde by t'aptaiu (Chap?
lain) W. ?;. Parker against Colonel
Thomas J. Nottingham, ?>f the Fourth
Inquiry it the office of the r
tant General today was fruitl?-ss as to
what oped 'T whit will be
reported bj irt of Inquiry. The
gentlemen th.-r.- had heard of Nor?
folk, they believed that they had
heard irt <>f inquiry, but th?:
name Of the m?-ml.?-rs <>f tlr ???urt.
sad persons Involved
was an. lent an?i forgotten. They re?
fused to sdmit or deay anything.
? report, however, but what
real foundation ther?- may be for it.
is not knows, that the court has
r. ached a conclusion, that th<
clusloi ed by th?
ographer, arid tiiat the reporl will
recommend ? court-martial for the
trial ?>f Colonel Nottingham.
In brief, that at Culpeper last
summer Colonel Nottingham s..M
some things regarding General Vaugh
aa sad oth< ? men connected w itti th<
military, in? luding Bom? officers of
very hid! -
than its .: alleged P
nip? Il? d ?
?l?-r In- and ?vh?
Nottii know th?
reasons for the i
eel tortli by tt
once prono el Not
i Ingham. Whi ?? Park? r
demanded re i n t < ?
t he ?
martial at is th?
report will, a? ??> th? In
si on being left de< r thai
smpli - for the holding
court, that th. nil
FIGHT OF REBELS
LAST FOR HOURS
CULI SINAIaOA, MKX.. via
EIL -Two thousand
the defenders of th? tosro of Tepic.
The bat? going on for
Th?> r?-iM-i?i eaerred Tease, driv
inu out the defenders who ma?rle
B farther stand and reae?aad ih?*
Rghtlng. \ hir?i?- imimiInt <?f r?-f
uu?-?-v who had t.ik?n refus?? in a
?thedral In the ceater of tin*
??iiy. w?-r?> kill?-<l or injure?), wlu-n
th?- balldina was nssed <?\?-r their
heads by th?* r?-h?-i -<>i?ii
I.?Mitins Im-suii as BBoa as 'the
soMlers eateved th<? dt] and the
lKMt?-r |mrt of the ?ily was BaaBSel
o>wastaUed. Ttso rebels praott- i
??ally destroyed thm siat?* bnaati.
'I'wcnty r?-h?|s anil a haTgB nuin
lM-r ?>f Pfxderals w?-r?- killed.
Tac rebels begaa looting houses.
Troops entered reaardlcsN ?m m
truce an.I the conditions that fol?
lowed wen- *??> ?M-riiiii? that t.cu
??rai Quintero, who was held re
sponMlble, was ronrt mnrtlalcd
ami -h??t before hi- own Iroopa.
\mi ill BUS Ila\?- l'l?'?l.
! snother American !
niinity with the ?igl? women and :
t?y, w a Ik. ?1 tw?-nt>
the ri\ ?t. secured
and mad?- their ? -
Il M li'W. \ l \ CAPE RACE,
a._:..l ?..:_? ....
nt.? the ??iitame?
. . . When be \\r??te the
ly In a high Meal
I. f??r the Ian?; ?,rly
?reflects inspiration an! Mon.
i Frequent ;i^ are the metr a in
his pros?- Vul highly eoatrlbutory as
they are In grolng to it a ;
its whole, n??r. pf-rhaps, even Its chief
leal ? harm. That charm, of
??our-' a the deep : '.?cl?
ing hack of both form an the
It of which is a poetical quality
in his expression even when that ex?
pression sha; Into unmetrlcal
ise of taala poetical feel?
ing in his pr ons of some
?f his addresses may be read as
poessa?James R. Perry. In The North
American Review for February.
DON'T SUFFER WITH
Strains and Sprains, but apply
Noah's Liniment. It is anti?
septic and -will take the poison
and soreness out quickly, when
all else !
Noah's Li riment will save
i Savings Accounts,
tired Ily Burglar Insurance,
Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 1 2 M
MENT AND REPAIRS HI
."WILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, P?TP
S, GASOLINE GAS. ELECTRIC
Je, Ta. *
LES IE C. GARNETT
Will practice In the Courts of the
Counties of Mathews. Middlesex and
i ? auiain, u?-t your lifeboats r
?floing down fasl by the head.'
11:25?Frankfort says: "Our
tain will ko for you."
n :27?Titanic calling v. <?> D. and
I 1 :.-.?)?Ditto.
11:35?Olympic sende nies
Titanic. Titanic replies: "\W
putting women In
II :ll?Titanic ? ?'. ?..'. l ?. En?
gine room flood?
11:45 ! '. !" P (Fi ankfort ? : -.\r,
there any bo
II :4 7-?Olympic send? mes
? to Titanic Titanic acknowl?
it a ml ?< nda reara rds.
ih call li So i eply.
nkfort and Baltic calling TU
?Basmab teilt Frankfort
ut y miles i rom Tita nlc'a
lL':."a??"All ?iiii.-t now Titanic bus
not spoken since 11:47 l'. M."
smltl, Tfcaalu aVUar ?.
SeiiWIor S||,|||, |i!|err?i|?f .-?I lln
leaSlaa t??-r?- sad saMi "\\ ?? ?r?>
iihi.ii ?il???! ?i?i?i rae wa?re tlionui?i
tiil e i? o ?? ^ Il (?t Srtoa ISIaj report. It
I? Hi?- iiiomI <-?>>ii(?l<>l?> r?.nl w?
Save iniii ??????????rniiiii maasaaspea Irani
Captain Moore ?continued, reading:
. ? patbia si'n.is to Titanic
"If you are there we are tlrir.u- rockets.'
1:4(1?Carpatbia calling; Titanic.
Senator Smith ssktni: "Did you se?
from 11??- i'arpa i h ia T
Captain Moore replied that ?
no rockets whatever, and sai.i thai b?
?li.i not believe that anyone <>n bis siui
saw the Carpathla'a rockets
?From Ut position where ti ?
1 patbia picked up the lifeboats, Capta i i
m...?re aaid, be was convinced that th?
:.. pack Was between the Titanic an?
the Mount Temple. He saw tl
th?- wreck. Slu- arrived after the
i'a plain Moore was romplinn*nted by
Senator Smith and by Official a of the
navy and the hydrographie office when
he left the stand.
MRS. ?ST?R TOLD OF
NEW YORK.- Special.? Mrs.
.lohn Jacob Astor. who VTSg
aaaoSaS; the saved from the Ti
taiiit-, and whose hu-baml, Colo
ael John Jacob Astor, ?us i?>-t,
was told of his dcntli Friday inVlit.
Saturday she fare mot lirst itttfr
\\?>n us up.
er an?! t?:
were picked up by the
We saw the lights of
m with a won
in the \\
let in?- I othlng s
<?? wkn i learaed timi ii??
?:?? li:e! ???or- ?pi? n. I ?Mil not
?I?.??lit llast M) li ta ?lift ,t?1 hnil I??m-i:
'I l>? the <<tli?-r ship. r\m time
?? :??. imil I ?till mit liinr from
tiii-?. Ii??w?*\i-r. I liri^in to fe?'l jip
|?reh?-iiviv <? a!???nt liix *?if?-l>. I.iixt
nicht M) sKut t??l?i me lu- iiiiN
AVho now yearns for the "lost"
i of chivalry? The race that
breeds things In the form of mee has
? to pro luce? her
when the opportunity came.?Phlla
i .? Iphla Herald.
Th?1 plan to reduce the Sise of pa?
per money Will never be popular. Two
days after pay day it's too small now.
?Trenton True American.
It was a French kimi who
"We are the State." it remained
an American demagogue to think
am th<- I " ti i t ???! B1 al?
low,,! only one guess.?Courier-Jour?
"We can't make the money we
used u> make,-' said one of ?the best
known grocers of Petersburg .
dsy. "Prices have been forc?ed up s?>
high that people ?ant buy like th? y
us? ?i to do. Manufacturers iix the price
wa are t<? paj them. In man) caaes,
ami at the same time iix the prices
iin- customer is to paj ua The mar?
gin is not enough for the grocer to
live on. They tell us a lot about the
hard times during Cleveland's last ad?
ministration, l could make more
money then than I can make now.
The people bought because things
nrere cheap. There ere so many things
now which ore not necessities that
are so high the public can't buy. r?i
like t?i see all these tariff laws ?i??n?
away with, so that stun could come
into our markets from all over the
world. Prices would be lower ami
th<- volume of trade would be greater.
Wages might i?<- lower, but i doubt
it. The big concerns which manufac?
ture things have ?nt wages about
low as they can t?>- u??t. But the pri<?-s
of products are higher. We have had
protection against the pauper labor
of Europe, they tell ua hut it looks
t?i me lik?- it has been the kind of
protection that has benefited the man?
ufacturer ami nobody els?-. There
n't been any law t?> keep cheap
? Ign labor from coming In and t ak
the Jobs held by Americana" The
man rintnar th.. talk-In?? is inst a nlnin
HOLDS YOUR GLASSES
in the correct: position on your
nose, insuring perfect correction
of your eye troubles. Write for
our illustrated catalogue ex
.*. plaining the many advantages
? of this noseplece.
L?et us develop and print your
photographic films. Best results
from your negatives.
G.L H ALL OPTICAL CO,, I
(\orfolk, Richmond, LynchbnrgT
&S Granby St Norfolk, Ya.
eiiizeii, raiseo lieras in i ? i .msiuut auu
making his living her?- all his life.
What It said s.?uis so ?lose to the
bull's-eye that comment would spoil
ts effect.? Index-Appeal.
Primary elections are growing won?
derfully popular, according t?> the
.iewpolnt ?>f those they elect, and
wonderfully unpopular with thost
lefeat. it is hardly Questionable
lut that, while they brin? about won?
derful changes, they are great de?
stroyers of party unity.?Btauntoi
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Dr. A. M. MARCHANT
All Kh?<:. of Dental Work D - k
Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to (.
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' ?lA Virginia]
rtroCTtAla Hire Bye
*? rasase OM?
Sad rti-himt wiiinkej; Sa ?Sse
world foi iiK>(liflii<n SSd lam.:f
o??*. Di?U!i>d trva* ?r&Il-c>!T*t
j niownt.ua !')<-.
Case of 4 Full Quarts
Gallo? Jug GILT EDGI
WHisdey nice ?wJ mellow $2.00
?ientocUy Coro L60
Or.loi I.y mall from an old r?a
ItatitA bouao. ?p?atiil?li-li?"l 35 y?ara, twicJotv
Inir m.umy Otear. Uo.xl? I'tv.uipUy sblppod
GEO. W. 'WRIGHT CO. SON
U'keltwalc Ll|i?ar Ovaler?
,004 1*1 ?Ht St.. BaMimoi? * Md.
? ? ??^? ?ill aaa
Established 9? Tt
' ^ Large
Other dealers may cl
OWN interests. NOT '
i/efore ordering wr
sign. We are satisfy
you get C
From the Dis
A whiskey w
Distilled from s?
lO yrs. old
8 yrs. old
6 yrs. old
Sond Pool Off loo
OLh PIEDMONT D.STIIJLINO CO
. ??minit t?-. men 8
est? ?l in tl
th.- l i\ elj conte? I
era tic pari
i ?eraocrat i<- sit uat ion. b
' ..in.' Suites :?> t ! -m.
Ik for \N llaaaaa.
"It li ni r ?lone]
i w, .?i \\ ?
ernor Wilson la Ipped msn
for the prasi.i. me .?f
Madison and Monroe. If he la noml
nsted he will be elected. ll?> can .!?
fest Tafl or Rooaevelt,
? w bom ?
'I'his argument was not
CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO.
New Queens of the Chrsapeake
(ITY OF BALTIMORE
CITY OF .NORFOLK
Fitted with Wireless.
11 et ween
NORFOLK, 01.11 POINT COMFORT
Daily, Including Sunday.
i/oave Norfolk t?: 15 P. IL, Old Point
Comfort 7:1."> P. M., arriving Balti?
more at T:0i> A. M. the following morn?
Through tickets on sale from all
Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings in
Gloucester and Ifathewt Counties to
Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa
peaks Line at
York River Line "
Steamers leave West Point and
York River Landings every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday for Baltimore.
West Point 6:00 P. M., Arrive
Haltimore 8:30 A. M.
Picket Offices i>5, 104 and 10 Gran by
St, Norfolk, Va.; also Hotel Chamber
lin, Old Point Comfort, Va.
E. J. Chism, N. Chapman,
G. P. A. A. G. P. A
s and Gravestones
3LE AND GRANITE""
st Stock in the South_
aim to undersell us. They talk in the?
?OURS. Take their propositions, bul
ite to us, or let us estimate your de
ring hundreds of others and can satisfy
employ no canvassers or agents, no
>ns are added to our prices. This mean?
irst class material, best finish ana save
sy Freltrlit And Gmirantee Dellrery.
HE COOPER MAR?IK WORKS
?9 to 1<& Ban k 9U Norfolk Ya.
Ullery Direct to the Consumer ^a*.
it haut a headache? for medicinal
lect mountain frr.im. Oi?i. n liable
ih a Bstoral davor of its own.
I, Case 4 qts. ? ? ? $5.00
1, Case 4 qts. ? ? ? 4.00
1, Case 4 qts. ? ? ? 3.0U
>f Old Peach or Apple H randy in ev?ry SSSa
I Club Gallon $000
y In Anit-ru-a for tho j?ric?j.
or Exprmmm Ordor
>.. lioa Lsnrens St.. Baltimore. Md.^
criara .-??niirua* BIierBOOB trotll the
cable slllp .Ma? U;i\ - ItcniKll gtat???.
ihai r??iiri?-?-ii m?.i?- bodies of Ti?
tanic rictlms have been picked
up, a m? l that th?- fanerai ship,
with I8S bfMlles ?m boatfl, will ar?
rive at Halifax on Monday.
Tli?- nirsAaice ^lai?-?. that, while
Hi?- Maokay? Ben nett recovered
ilion- i li.?ii 206 bodlcff, inaii\ ol
t liera were in -m h condltloa iliat
tli?-y ? ??nid mit I??- Identified and
w?ere burled at sea.
-The POetrj <?f I.in?din."
bly In l:
? r whole
per ha | In the
? 1 we
. to that cause for which
be taken internally for Co!i<%
Cramps, etc. Nothing better
NoaVa Liniment I" the best r**merfy for
re Thro.it. Ooftda
1 " f.'oiVi Lini
C i n ?>.
ro? ?*i m unit
and Mosquities are now
? to invade your home. Soon,
qua] attack on humanity will
ly are these pests offensive, but
anger human life. You must
ise of Typhoid costs more than
lete screening of a dozen houses.
Have you screened your doors and
Write us Now.
Norfolk Building Supplies
96-98 Brooke Avenue, Norfolk, Va.
Far. t o r y
Te;*ns ? A
$ 1 0 O to
-Ifif it? -" r
S'?n? ! here in the United States on
Ital STARCK PIANO.
< any nn>n y ?a
aij hi?hcat grade
? l cnt :
and h?gbe*t-p<riced pia
it you a
tell you we are
. promises anJsjree
?' to Firat Buyers ?n New Localities
a end Profit?.
*-?, ii?i uj.iiiri wiifif \uu ??r^ MH :iit ii. \y t;
; '.'5 Yrirs, bat They LAST ? LIFET
? .rc?tjm-j f?, orncm AI AUFS
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