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TlitiDA L CITIZEN n
iLblQCKtitjl K,
NOV. 17. ltwt
By weuv.cUous from Chase A
Sanburo we ate authorized to sell
lava and Mwh Coffee at the
Ijilowtng prices:
45-eoi coffee at. ,.40 cents.
40-cent coffee fit. . .35 cent.
3$-cent icflee at.. .30 cenU.
30-ctnt ccffte t... 25 cents.
5-cent coffee at. . ,ao ccnta.
ED. mm
111 I. Railroad It., lltjQqnerqcs, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On planoa, flrst-clasa furniture, etc
wiinoui removal. Aim on diamond,
watches, J-welry, lite Insurance poll
tie True deeda or any good eecur-
117. lerma wf ru narrate.
II. SIMPSON.
IOQ South Second Mwt, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, next door to Meal-
rn union lilocrmpb owe.
u. a. aiiEYbim,
JHE n-mE
MAN
mi EST1TX.
K0T1BI PUBLIC.
Aatomatle Telephone No. 174.
BOOaU II A 14 CBOMWKLX BLOCK
or 10 crota dim.
U roar lain laundrlad
And bom oo time.
At tha Albiqieraae Steam Laaadry,
ra
JIT A. HUBBS, k CO.
M 414.
AXBUQU1(QUE
FISH MARKET.
Headquarter for Freah Fruita
and VegeUblei in season . . .
Fresh Flea and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
CALL AT THB
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(UIUULAND BUIUHMU.)
F KESH CROCEK1ES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A. bKLNNLR,
Low Prices ana Courtaoua
Where to Get
The Best Fitting! The Best Wearing!
The Most Beiutiful Appealing
GLOVEvS!
FOR THE LEAST MONEY? i
Question Every LaiyTres to iolve.
.
i, m mi jim miniuivM, i,ei ns quote you our prices, and we reel f"n
fluent that yn will sgrie with u, when we say. that n have crowded ss much
honest, Stirling value lulu ur Gloves a i It is possible to do.
Yoa will think so when yon have sen thea gloves.
You will positively Kn w fo When Ym II ive Worn Them.
We hvae the gloves In hoik and clasp, In drMil unil undressed kid, In Mack,
white, staple and novelty shadps, nl-o driving gauntlets.
Tuey range In price from 7o?. to (1 75 a t air. All wt ask Is to Hut us show
them.
The much meaning combination of
It an easy task to sell them.
til h quality, with low pries ulll make
't '
SPEQAL UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 19, INCLUSIVE.
Our 75c. Gauntlets.
Our $1.00 Gauntlets
Our $1.00 Kid Gloves
Our $1.25 Kid Gloves (your mor.cy back if they burst) $t.oo
Uur $1.25 8-button bwede Glocs $1.00
Our $1.75 Kid Gloves $t.so
65c
8Sc.
75c
ROSENWALD BROS.
l. STAKKEL,
Painter and Paper Hanger.
ORDfcKS bOLlCITkD.
209 EAST RAILROAD AVE.
W. a BUI MAN.
REAL ESTATE.
FIRNISUED K0OM9 FOB UKM.
Keula Collected.
Money to Loan on Heal katate Security.
Offlct witli Mutual Automatic Telephone Ce.,
CKOMWaLL BLOCK.
Tlc(ibuae eat.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
20S Tut Gold Avenue next to First
National bank,
lew and Second Hand Furniture,
STOVES AID aODSIHOLS COODf.
Kenalrlug a Specialty.
Furniture stored and packed tor ship
ment. Highest price paid tor second
band bouiwhold gouds.
1883
1898
Aeaoti
ino and
Brand
F.G.Pratt&Co.I
dbalbbs la
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 8. Sacond St.
BlUaboro Ordara
Crrainnr Hotter Solicit!
Baat on katu. m Lwilvary
CITY NEWS.
1 hmwm got tha aaM a Mat .lew la lo
taka aaa. "Mawlar aa the Cra.r.M
Call as RA N HIM far ntl ..l.l. .r la
amr uin. lue imuu(1 at. ar Mailjwad av.
Lampa and trimmers. WMtne; Co.
Fire sale price, at lifeld'a this week.
Just received a car load ot Lemp's ben
DaCltrCill a, UlOUil S.
Ulgbaet prieee paid for geuta' clotlUng
ai tun t, m uoia aienue.
Ladle.' due tailor-made eulte were $1&
This week only $7 .60 at llfelJ'e.
The oyster parlors at the Uidland art
open until 10 o'clock eveiy aveuiug.
A large aiwortuieiit of trunks and
valise "tuuy barraia" at Futrelle'a.
T.N. WUkeraon, attorney, who was ai
Boeorro ou leal matters, tias returned.
H a carry a full Hue or. nresruis ana
ammuuuiou. bouahoe hardware eoiu
pauy.
Old papers for wrapping, padding car
pia, and shelf eovera, for eale at lbl
olll oe.
Our ladles' Ji -kele have arrived. The
stylei are beautiful and I tie prices are
low. u lllelu 10.
New stock kid glovee, uovellles ti
neckwear and hotttery Junt recetvid at
Oolden ttule Ury liood 1 Co.
Lace eurtatus and portieres left from
the stock of lUeid Una., sold at out tire
sale price, at Hey A Kaber'e.
By buying Cerrllloe coal yoa are not
paying somebody slue's bad debt, We
sell for cash ouly. Ilaliu A Co.
Ths New Mexico Collection agency, of
fice over Koa's Jewelry store, charger
nothing unless the account Is eollecud.
airs. Wuhan, ths dressmaker, has re
turned to the city and cau be found efle
Nov. 7 at room 10 of the new Hooltle
butldiug, aouih Ktrat street.
Hulls, overcoats and t'ounore to or lei
at "ju per cent tlis'viui.t ou former price
Cau-, going out o( bu-dtirsM. Hee Simoi
Stern, the Hullri'sd avenue rlolhler.
Urs. Albilglit, proprietor of the An
Parlors, Is mukliig a reduction ti in
price of all work until afler the kolidaye.
bee her uew styles lu photograus before
ordering. 113 uorth Third ureet.
The tiolden Kule boods Company,
to save the expeuat ot removing atock to
tbelr new location are offering bargains
In all lines of dry goods and wearing
apparel. Read their mammoth removal
ad. Ths prices quoted ara convincing.
In addition to an unusually fins line
O f ready-made goods at popular prices
aud some great bargains iu mtnflt suits,
ws ban now another great attraction In
ths way of custom mad suits and over-
roata. Ws are enabled to quote special
prices on account of one o( the biggeei
iiouees In that line going out of hueine.
ai mas urel claee eulis to order at ai'J
J Vl':oU per suit. Billion blern, tue
tallroad avenue clothier.
The meeting of the W. C. T. IT. will be
leld at the Lead Avenue M. K. church
10 morrow aitcrnoon at 3 o Y! ck, ami
UI Include an aililrw from llr. Marluii
Hi-hi'p n poll " f lie pel of Literature
'r thai until I .rents, t vtiers aim
II friends are Invited to be creeent.
l. J. Hordeii, pre Id' lit.
Kitraoidliiary ntinortunlty to eupidv
four fall and winl r ut eds at a nire
.nUe. Anything 111 lie aiore at a reduc
Ion of from 10 to 5(1 percent on account
t reiiinval. tiolden Kule lry Uoul
Company.
Beiid us your accounts and we'll collect
firm or It'll c et you in.tliinir. N
Jexlco Cnllectlou Agency. I'oetotllc
mix 240.
Uey & Faber areglving prclhl Induce
Ht'litii to dlHpt'ne ot a lure ehliuei.t ot
nnh um, which tin y received a tew (ti.
ago.
j. ii. Uoore, real relate, lueurance,
claim, manager Alhuuui rw Abstract Co.
tew phoue, -il. I'll NoUlh 'Judetreet.
An experience of years enable J. 1,.
-tell A Co. to furnish Jut what their cti
tomers want Ortirn anlinlted.
Robert W. Monroe, the hotel keerr rf
Hoeorro, Is In the rltv to day. He Is
topping at Bturges' Kuronean.
At the Temple Alliert Haznar a regular
supper will beseived ou Saturday Irum
to 8 o'clock, at Jo cents.
Ladles tailor made suite, mmle op in
he latest stvle, only -7 i 1; actually
worth 1 15. H. Ilfeld A Co.
There Is a bet lu everythlmr. Cer
rillM lump ciatl Is the bet. One trial
vinvlncea. Halin & Co.
For Rent i'leuaant front room for
'" g'tith niMi: I' :ril In trivato fuuilly
Enquire at this ollice.
Art demln, ellU' line, brocatelles and
nrwetrles In fiidless varieiy at Mey A
Faber'a.
Uot 'amules and enchllwIxH In I'ara
lae Alley. A. Castello. with Ititi hechl &
Gloml.
Ladiee's Goodyear melt One ahoes at
a Wat ths Ureeu Front. Vtm. Chap
lin. Old papers for eale at Ihk t'lTl.KN
llice 'u large or mmll quantities.
Merchants' lunch every mornlug at tl.c
White Klephatit.
Bee the new silk skirts and petticoats
at the Phoenix.
Picture frames made to onVr. wiilt
ier Co.
Fine china and glrjwwfire. W hitney
o.
Crockery and glaneaare. Whitney Co,
If yon want rvmt ,.mii nr la.oranr., rail
m KKIN, 1115 Mrunil II. aaur Kll-
uad av.aua.
LOCAL f AKAGRAfHS.
C. C. Hall, the coromlsNlon merchant,
Pwil through the city for Kl Paeo lat
night.
James Williams and Mrs. Cooley are
aviongthe Lns Vegas people reglntend
at the Hotel Highland.
Chas. Myers, John Oaks and R II.
Oreenleaf will leave to morrow morning
for the Maiixmio mountains on a week's
hunt.
Hon. Pedro Perea, delegate elect, re
turned to his home at Bernalillo lact
night, after a visit to Las Vegas and
Ha 11 1 a Fe.
The duet hy Mies Bummers ami Mr.
Leho will be worth the price of the tit ke(
1 1 thn concert at Congregational chuich
Thanksgiving evening.
Baling Bros, the First street bakers,
appenred this morning with a new d
l.vry vtsgmi, which was manufactured
by Jubub Hurler A Co.
Hon T. H. Catron, ouu ot the mot
prominent and successful attomiys In
territory, rams lu from the terrltoral
caplt.il laet night, and continued nn to
Lis Cmces this morning.
W. Y. liorn wilale. the men) ant aud
p'istmaeter at Magdalena, came In from
the south last night, to see Paul J.
WlHlandy.aho represents the John L. Bo
land Book and Stationery company, of
t. Louis. Mr. Wellandy has his sam
ples at Uturgee' Kuropeau.
Ir. W. N. Mucbeth, the popular dentUt,
who has be. n at Gallup the paet fi vv
wtk.i, will rtturu to his AltiLqieriiie
1 DKie this evening. In a letter toTliK
Ciri.EN the doctor says: "I am veil
pleared with my bu-dutsa here. I have
done exci-lleiitly, and can truthfully sty
that my work has pleased the people of
(iallup."
Mike Dlgneo, Americo Illgueo and G.
Pallailluo, ahuwire called to Banta Fe
to a' tend the funeral of Louis big
neo, have returned to the city. They
corroborate the stutement, publialied lu
Tiik Cit zkn yesterday afternoon, that
his d.'ath was caused from accidentul
shooting and not suicide, as was first
published. j
Major J. 3. Van Doren, the Illnewater
farmer, who Is pleased with the Irriga
tion system out his way In Valencia
county, came In from the went on
freight train late yesterday afternoon
Wo have boon notify,! by tlio Kuli. Nathan & Fisrhnr Cn
f Chic 'tlCO. tllOV Will (1 i?fOTif iniin f lioir annrnnl cvAm
----- v v vaavats UIVVIU aV J I
and in order to
authorized us
nuumiiniiriiTTTTn nnriTTTm irmiTnriiniirj mrrj
lllinillFIITTlTiTlTn
lip.
They Quit the Business!
01
Cliicaco.
C 1
department .lanuary 1st, 1890,
closo out their
Woolens have
to Fell
Suits and Overcoats to Order !
At 20 Per Cent Discount
On Former Prices,
This enables us to quote prires which NO ONE ELSE CAN
MAKE YOU.
"Wo Qa.oto tlio nrollo-sxnxio: ZFrlcoa:
All Wool Business Suits, -
a Fine Worsted Business Suits,
3 Fine Dres3 Suits,
Special Dress Suits,
g Irish Freizo Overcrats,
Genuine Chinchilla Overcoats,
Trousers to o-'drr,
S12.00 formerly S1G.00
10 00 " 20.00
20.00 25.00
24.00 2.50
20.00 " 27.00
20.75 35.00
?J25 Upwiirds.
If you will give us a chon c to fho v vo .
that THIS IS A MONEY
tir 'i e f sampVs we can convince
VAKIV' OPPORTUNITY.
you
SIMON STERN
The Railroad Ave, Clothier:
r niiiiiiiMuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiinmnrnriiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinifiii iiiiinmnnnfiT)
A. J. MALOY,
Staple
and Fancy
UtALEIt IN
n
nn
CERIES.
AGENT FOK
CLUB HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
None to Equal,
BFJiIfl SPUiNGS CKGAMERY IiUTTEK
The runioun.
118 Railroad Avi Albuquerque, N. M.
E- J- POST & CO.,
HARDWARE.
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES !
INO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STKRf. u A vr.rrc:
AMERICAN JEWEL IJASE BURNERS.
WONDER WOOD HEATERS, thi only genuine, all
others imitations. A full line of
Coal and Wood Cook Stoves
the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves ever displayed
in the Southwest.
Repairs promptly furnished for all m ikes of Stoves.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron work a specialty.
Mail orders solicited.
221 West Railroad Avenue.
O. BACHECIH.
KSTAIIL'Slllil) lHStf.
G. GIOMI.
and made a pleaeant call at Tiik Citi.kn
oillee this morning. Ths major U a true-
blue republican, and he called to con
gratulate Tug Cm.KN over the great re
publlcau victories won rn last Tuesday a
week He will return west this evenli g.
('has, F. Spider, alio had charge of tl e
hotel at Bulphur hot eprlngs the pset
unimer, arrived In the city night before
I ant, aud today stated that he would
avs for Ms home In Now York city In
a few Cays He has been brent fron
New V uk thlrtien yesis.
The Mandolin club Is "too sweet for
am thing" In "Annie Laurl" nnd "Homo,
Sweet Home" Thni;kgivlng conCiita
Congregational cliuich.
Mm. Hi hert Clanry has gene to 'Jenvt r.
Coin., where elie and hi r trtbund will
make tl eir future home.
BUCKS.
Delaine Merinos,
French Merinos,
American Merinos
AIK AMI TlltlUdl'tillllKKU
Shropshires
On hand and for sale lv
METCALF & STRAUSS,
CROMWELL BLOCK.
I
MAY & FABER,
US GolJ Avenue.
Next to Citizen Office.
On December 1st we wili mme rnto our tew store
in the Grant Building and inrrder to lave exptnrea
rnd M-irt with an er.tirely n-w s rtV, we will e'oe
out everything left of the goods pu ctased of Ilfeld
i Bro?., consisting c f
Luce Cui tains, I'oitioios. Drapery Goods,
Fringes, Tablo Gov. rs, Tapestry,
Motpu'Mo and Brusgcl's Carpets, Etc,
Kiio
AT GREATLY REDUCED
Sale Prices !
Our new M. ck of Carpets. Matting, Linoleum, Illunkets. Comforters, Sheets,
Sheeting. Pillows. Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, etc. Is the mrst
complete in the Territory and we will make our prices as
1 w um Is consistent with good qua'ity In order to
get your trade.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS!
TABLE LINEN. NAPKINS, TOWELS, REMNANTS
OF CARl'ETS, HCK CURTAINS, BLANKETS,
COMFOR ERF, TORTIERESand TABLE COVERS.
Commercial House and Hotel,
WIIOI.KSALK DKAt.KKS IN
LJQUOKS, WINES, CIGAUS, T0HACC0S
General Agcnti for W. J. L'mp's St. L-ui Beer.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
BACHECHI & GIOMI,
PR0PRIKT0U3,
107 & m S uitli First St , AlbiippTque, N. M.
T" 4 wraaw
A Long
Look Ahead !
l1 .
; y'y'S. ' i w,l,,n it proven of value Is called "fora
; -t . 'V'V'v'V. ,v" '; slglit." It will prove valuable to you to
''i',X' - Improve the opportunity of our special
iHVCTfrrVVC; ,. SILVERWARE 8AI.K.
iJjsA '.-J . i A cordial Invitation Is given toexamlna
J,&'$rft&-A?k 1 ,)lir "' Prlc,,H-
iW - a - T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Inspector, A T. tt S. F. R. R
IS A
PENNY
EARNED.
A Penny Saved
IT. D. BECKER,
onc-npzico cusxac o-ioce-
2U' SOUTH SECOND STREET, OPPOJTE POSTOFFICE.
Complete Njw St ck of St ip!e a'ld Kaii 'y ( oceries.
io Packages Coffee, $r.oo 3 Packages Scotch Oats,
3 Fai ina
3 " Sago
2 " Ralston's Break
fast Food
2$c.
2jc.
Tapioca ....
Ralstons' Pan
cake Flour
35c Eaameliue,.
25c.
25c.
5c
W. Hl.SSLLULN, President.
W. R. WHITNEY, Vice-President.
J. C. 1 XOURNOY, Sec. & Treas.
Coh
si' ih
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Cole's AVoiuleiTul Air
Tiht Stoves 4'ibr
Wood or (Yar
(Guaranteed to ivo
1' per (( lit nn n; heat
With 25 percent less
Fuel than any other
Stove made.
;.li'.l
t'll
We ha'e the largest Stock
and Best Assorted Base
Burners, Heaters, Steel
Ranges and Cooking Stoves
It
4
4V' a
We are unpacking
Daily New Goodi in
our F'urniture De-partment."'
The assortment
is unsurpassed
7
J mm f 4
DEALFRf? in
FAKCY C
FAMLY AND
00 f s.
(fist!
Always Goods People
Want; Price People
Like and Unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
m
11111
I
LIU
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
II
D
Agents For
STAB'JiRD PiTTERBS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Pleaae.
FINE GROCERIES
uiakea Hue ialile, an t a Mil table makes
nf worth living. He careful about
verylhing. but e-peclally be careful
bunt your tuliln. A Urst-class blll-of
tare gives you a mortgage on home con
tentment. 'I he menu is o much a
mater of gro 'cries that poor anavrl s
belong to ti.e condemned lit. tlur rtis-k
"f canned goo. s Is simply Immense
III attrac iveiiss of your table le
ou'ded once you line them. Kverv
article we self la AI In uualitv an.l
market at a Imttom price, del your
gr.s-erns of us and make your table
wliat it shuiild be.
I AMES L. BELL 6c CO.
The prices and designs
our Carpet Department
canno be equalled.
of
Wc Keep the Largest Stock
of Crockery, Glassware
and Lamps.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OFPICE ANIJ SALI-SROOMS, 217010 South Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 South I I rat Street
Household Goods
-A Nil
Carpets
YVIMTTtfX ,HH iwiMKiioLu
it 111 I X iJj lioods and targets
lor evervlm'v. no matter where he got
idem, they are here, and at bull once.
; ik luirooui Suits, extra Hreeeers aud
vWIihIhimI-i. Inn thouHand yards of
i 'atp'tn, Melton Vlvets, Axmlnxters and
I IliiirM-K in all s i', riilora and prices. If
; you wont lo fiirni-hlVII I'r'PL'V
i vi ur Iiiiin. i I.i-hi 1 1 L X ir.il
; he can s iv mi in inev.
! T. A MUllltN, 114 bold Avenue.
1. 1' now ft Ha.
Hoses, 'iiiuinn, ra'natliiiix. etc.
j I V K. TIIK FLORIST.
It A a H l N li.i. N tral f ih hat ranrhaa
lu Ilia l.rrllir)r mii.I a nab.r ul al.ganl
rallau.aa lu thariif lrala.
I Everything In granite, tin r n I wondn.
ware, at Donahia) Hardware rouipauy.
! Hargalns In carpets for the remainder
lot this month at N'ay & Faber'a
W Have Imitators!
OF OUR fE'.iT BEI0V1L SALE
PRICES IID METHODS
We cannot he'p tin', bat like all othtr imitations they don't
amount to rruch. Until our removal takes pi ice December I,
we wiil cut pr cs as they r.evrr have ben cut. We carry more
merchandise than all otzvr dry good store combined. Re
ceived big lot rtw Dry Gods, Cbthin; Goaks, Cares and
Shoes this week intended for the new store, whkh has
been put on sale at cut pri:es. Come and investigate. Here
are some sample cut prices.
CLOTHING
Fl RMSHISQ GOODS.
Prices Cut one third, 8 me one-half.
Men's Suits, fair quality, wo:th
"lo (3 OO
M- u's Suits, good Cass! mere,
wrrth up to tio now. fd.25
Men's hiilti, a'l wi ol flay Wors
teds, worth ll&.lH', uow x.75
Kov's Hulls 4 to 14 years, suit, up
f mu 7fe.
Youths' Huits. 14 to ID year', up
I rmu 2.00
Men's
lUavy gray
per suit. . .
Heavy cam
per suit
Naturil Wool
suit
Natural M'ool
quality suit.
Natural Wool
Underwear.
mixed Underwear,
lair
I'ltderwer,
qual'y. suit. . .
Camel's Hair, all
quality, eult ....
40
I'uderwear
....60.
I'r..
fl.OU
Underwear, good
tl.M
t-mlxrwear, nuest
wo I,
finest
$2.60
Slme Department.
Hest opportunity to buy Hue
Shoes you ever bat. Uemovitl Prices.
Finest (trade of Ladh s'hiuid turn
hIio s made to sell at l.7j 1 1
II.M i.75
Fine Welt SIkm-m. former pric
:i.r,o ..Mi
AI: our $-"" iiua'ity ehiiex"ow..tl '.
llig Lot ot mills a'ld ends in hIio.
worth from fV) tn 4 j a
pair, now ti.m
La lies' Satin Sandnls aud Ox
fords, colors black, blue, pink,
white, ret, worth I'i.Lo a pair,
now I I"
Mines' Tan Shoes, all sizes.... T.'ie.
All Slnas ut spiM'lal low prices'
CapFsanri Jackets
Tailor Made Suits.
Ite'uc'lon In pries fiom 25tooOp"r
cent.
Dress Goods, Linens.
Handsome Tible Linens for your
Thanksgiving liiuuer. llig roiluellnu
iuplleu. higgbt s'.iK-k in the leiri-torr.
Tulile Linen, were (1 25 and $1.50
now tl.00
Table l.in-n, were Hoc. to t (m.
now T.'ie.
Table I. 'lien weretioc. to "Sc. now line.
Tulile l.iii 'ii. w re 6oc. tottuc. now 6oc,
ia le Linen at 'J5c. :!, ahd 4"c, a yd.
T.iwi'l.s extra Hue and hiu stitch -e.
Towels, extra tl ie tio'ored border. .2."io
I'il'o Slips, special, larire size. ,.7e.
S':eets cheaier than th lliaU-rial, 45c.
Towels, large size, good quality .. 1 1C.
invveis, large size 6c.
H-d prf ads, white special, at 4ns.
tin.., T.'n'., i5c. and 11.15.
Rend This Column.
Lai Imltalun follow U thty ess.
Outing Fhiniil, new lot of 120
pietv.s, tin- quality Tt
:ti I'ich Percale &So
I .ilieoK , 315
ll'i inch Hli'iii-hed M'lMill 40
i-luc'i I nbleai'lied Muslin 4o
eiliiis, lliiri quality 12
II s-e. II -itviiwt and ilest for boys,
and nirls, all aizes, fast b'ack
a'ld seilluless IISJ.
K'd Him s, all sizes oog.

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