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us -tS 'C. ?S -I- ii i ts .. rw- 4 t. tfw- v -r r - "li - j 1. ' ... -. '. -.?. mm mm mm mm never have found anything1 to surpass the coffee and biscuits that your mother made, but the PRINTING that delighted your father and the prices that he considered rea sonable would hardly prove sat isfactory to you in this age of progress and competition. UP-TO-DATE is an appropriate term in speak Snsr of the printing we do. We have a lot of new equipment, and are constantly receiving the lat est styles of type. Books and Pamphlets of every descrip tion printed in the neatest and j most attractive styles. If you want a catalogue or Constitution and By-Laws printed, call on us WE HAVE increased our faciities for doing commercial printing. We do not claim to be the cheapest printers in the State we are not running a Chinese laundry but we do Commercial Printing at the lowest prices that good work can be done for. Our Specialty Lawyer's Briefs, CLEAN PROOFS, QUICK TIME, ATTRACTIVE STYLE. HERALD JOB OFFICE, 'Phone 115. ui ill uiiii mill mi wflw -Am, &&&&& You May A foot-hold for Consumption is what you are ofTerinp-, if your blood is imDure. Consumption is s'.roply Lunjj Scrofula. A scrofulous condition, with a slight cou"h or c.il'l, is all that it needs to dev-Tlop it I5.it ji-t as it depends upon the blond for its origin, so it depends upon the blood for its cure. The surctt remedy for Scrofula in r-very form, the most, tll'ective blcod-eleinser, ilesh builder, ai;d stronth-restorer that's known to medical science, is Doctor 1 ere ;'s GolUtn Medie&l Discovery, for Consumption in all its earlier stages, and for Weak L-intjs, Asthma, Severe Coug-hs, and all Bronchial, Throat, and Lung- affections. Not a few who read what Mr. Robert Kowls, of Hollands, Va., has to say below, will remember their own exper ience under like circumstances: '-Last winter I had la grippe which left me in a lo state of health. J tried numerous moiu nnnn of which did me anv aond. until I was induced to try a bottle of r'hiinhfi-lain'sCoup-h llemedv. The lirst bottle oi it so lar rcnuveu ma wan . , . . r i: , L a. I .....j anoKkMi In t.r.pnr t.o mv VYOl'K. and the second bottle effected a cure." For sale at i and -0 cents per Dome by all druggists. Mexican Central Railway Is the only standard gauge line be tween the United states ooraerana Mexico City. Mexico is known as an all the year round tourist resort for pleasure travel. Health resorts and mineral springs ad apted to all the various ills to which human flesh is heir are found in trie great country. Climate unsurpassed. For full particular address. j. r . JJONOHOJS. Com'l. Agent. El Paso, Texas. Manv merchants are well aware that their customers are their best friends and take pleasure iu supplying them with the best goods olaiuatne. A3 an instance, we mention Perry & Came ron, prominent druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They say: "We have no hesitation in recommending Chamber lain's Cough IJemedy to our customers, as it is the best cough medicine we have ever sold and always gives satisfaction." For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by all druggists. Via Santa Fe Route. Round trip rates to Las Vegas Hot springs at all times, as well as to the seaside resorts on the Pacific coast. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to. E. Copland, General Agent Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as to purity and tiealthfulness of our ice; tel ephone 14. El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co Notice to all Travelers. Travelers Tnsi;racce Tickets have again placed on sale at the Southern Pacific city and depot ticket office. T. F,. Hunt, Com'l Aeent. !. .. . . Wji. ir. WJW. .. .. m .. l-ra s 3ra "srra f Ea rxManxisssM rTiWffMnaaM Bi We crive a valuable book free to every business man who will pay the mere cost of mailing. The boolc is '-tfeleetloas fnm Good Advertising, 'by Charles Aus tin Bates, It contaios lull large iai?es and Its cri-e Is 50 cents. It was published in order to give business men a sample of what is contained in Mr Bates great ."( pane v..lume, "Goo1 Advertising'' (price ."i,OU. Each ropy of .Selections contains a coupon nod for .Hi cents on the purchase price of ' Oood Advertising. The cou pon and 4,.7 will b jy the no book. We give you a copy of "Selections" Absolutely Free If you will send P cents to pav the cost of mailing. We want every business man in the world to have a copy, Ve are willins? to lie money on it. bacause we believe cine out of ten of those who get it will want and buy the complete 7'-page volume The offer is to laistne-.s men only: all others will have to pay full price, "Selections" contains twelve chanters and Hr pages. tiool Advertising contains 700 pages, divided into 170 chapters 1 reating of every phase of the adver tising ijiie-1 ion, Ittfll4 how much to spen I: where to sp-ni it:howto display your ads; how to write them: how to make them pay: how to illustrate them: how to save money on them. 1 1 covers every point in every-day advertising in every line of business. It tells all about type and printing. It gives iood, practical aid for practical men. It is written and compiled by Charles Austin Bates, .VS.. .. m .... ii m ''. the leading authority on adver" isinz. Mr Bates is the most successful advertising man in Amtrica today. In three short years, during a periol of business depres sion, he has built 11 p t lie greatest business in his line iu the world, He is a "spe-ciall-t in advertising " He makes pUns, gives ad vice, writes and illustrates ad -vfcrtjsitig. sfoine of t h1 largest ad veri Isers in the world are his clients, A single one of them hiispaid h i m over -s o hi t his year for writing the right sort of adver tising mattfi'. Thins in. Is of advertisers, big and little, have been benefited by his knowledge arid experience, and h ive told him their trials and tribulations; their successes and failures, They have told him what paid and what did not. Mr 15 ites has been all his life in acquiring the knowledge of absolute busi ness facts that he has nut into this big book, H e have bound toget her in its7uo Dages knowledge, the proper use of which briii So r Kates his net inciixc of over s."o,0 Kl a ye ir, All of Ibis i-, yours for s.-,,oi, or for t,50, if yoa seal your 10 cents to pay for mailing a cory of "Selections." "Good Advertising 5 is theonly book of its kind. There Is nothing else like It. We have sold over jiOOO copies since rebrnaiy 1st, 1S:1, every oopv with the understanding that it could be rem-ned if unsat isfactory, and not a single book has come back, l. On the Contrary, we have received nearly . 5.- m .e. ( 1000 Testimonials from buslm-ss'men who have found the book of value and benefit to them. it has been endorsed by such eminent, brainy and successful men as: ROBERT C. 0GDE., Managing Partner, firm of John Wanamaker. GEO. P. ii Publisher American Newspaper Directory ''" advertising agent 111 America. MANLY M. for many years John W;i namaker's spuion advertising manager, whose wisdom and -r shrewdness in advertising matters is known in every state in the union. .. .. DR. R. V. President World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N, Y whose annual w', ex pendit u re for ail vert islng is not, If s than half a million dollars, and who has "frf made a fortune of several millions by successfully advertising good medicines, WJ WM. DEAN HOWELLS found "Oood Advertising" of snflicient interest to give it a notice, occupying near ly a wliole page of Harper's Weekly, CHARLES A. DANA, .' llio worM f iiinojs )itor of tho Nt-w York lntt'i iir'iit adwriiM'rs iio niiy i nit dook. (m? iniLii s;iys t ho lfKk h:is lioen wor t h to liim ; anot her that it Is worth "( (Mi a iiux; unoilirr th:tt, h v Mi'dn'r, t iUti ."U for it : uuuLlier that its worth xrxMi io t he firiii whoM' uilvrrt he iii'in;its, VS:?- '9'- ir. .-4. Wfiir. . . W- Wif .lr .Wk. t?.?Tt?tT?T?i??t? li member t hat !: pages or selections from this great book nr.ay be had, neatly I in paper cover-., Absolutely Free, by- business men who will send a silver dime, ,,r In cents in R'amps to repa v for malting it. Anyone not in business for hims - J f will have to p:iy f u 1 1 pricp - ."ill cenl s. This offer is for a limited timeonlv. It is being widely advertised. If your letter rcachej us afitr all the "Selections" are gon, we will return the money. JTa? V4 I Holmes Publishing Co., 13 Bsekman Street, New York. w Tourist Sleeping1 Car Service The Southern Pacific have inaugu rated through Pullman Tourist sleep inn-car service as follows: Between Washington, D. C and San Francisco, via Piedmont Air line, passing El Paso east Mondays and west Tuesdays. B-tween San Francisco and Cincin riK'r. rii niippn Crescent pa9S Jan, " ' ' j - ing Kl Paso east Sundays ana west Mondays Between San Francisco and Chicago via Illinois Centra", passing Ji.1 i aao In addition to this special tourist cars for San i'Yancisco leave on Fridays and Sundays, t Tho n-o nnrated bv the Pull ulan as first class sleepers, and like first class sleepers are furnished complete with mattresses, curtains, oiannBia, pniuo. sheets and pillow slips, new upholster ed seats (cane) being put in and other improvements made. Clean sheets and pillow cases are put on every night. Berths in these cars are available to through or local passen gers holding first or second class or excursion tickets. Each car is in charge of uniformed porters to make up berths and keep the car clean. or rates and further information call on H. R. Turner, T. B. Hunt, Ticket Clerk, Commercial Agent, Corner San Antonio and Oregon streets, El Paso, Texas. For a pain in the chest a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain s Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of the piin, and another on the back between the shoulders, will afford prompt relief. This is especially val uable in cases where the pain is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toward pneymonia. For sale by all druggists. Strong Again rNewthVl?ewNrnE THE ANAPHRODISTIC! From PROF. DR. RICORD of Paris is the only remedy tot rtMjnns M-rcui-u r " i k; k.w.l- trrtur lrur. ?rwur5 :irui Lf, UIIU Will lliUg r. J , " stoo for ever the dangerous drains on your . m l .4. .... 1I. . sv.ani3 n Vllld If hlf system- iucv m v iuitni, 100, uv" j Uitrestion, pure, rch blood, firm muscles, rug- Imported direct from Paris Price per box, directions incloel, For sale by all re- a. i ,3 M . 1 1 nirlura frntn ;i n V person shall receive prompt attention ur. V. Condory, Agt. and Manager for U. S A., 460 Quincy Blbg., Chicago, III. For sale only I T- 1 C-..lrtrt 17" 1 Dfn Tnvao. ft Complete Ftlanhood AltO How to Attain It.' A Wonderful New Medical Book,written for Alen Only. One copy may be had free on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N.V. V(lr. .W. .. yiii iiiiiiiit ifiL jiHt Sfi ... -.. -. -. '. i'i ifli ts -. -. fts- 'ts 0 i'i ii -. ii .. i -.. '.ts -.. ii -. 'i - - 'ts Ai 'ts- i'i '.ts ' ROWELL, aud Printers Ink, and the best known 'j:' GILLAM, -t.--.." -.. -.. PIERCE, 'ts 'ts Sun, sa "There should be profit to all 'ts 4fc 'ts iji 'is ii .. '.ts i'iiteilij'i. it,ii.i&i ELEPHANT AND POLICEMAN. The Former Frightened the Latter Almost to Dentil. A most remarkable incident happened in tlie early liours of it recent moriiini io a police constable 011 duty in the I!i;rli Koad, ('lajdriii. says the Westmin ster Caotle. It appears lliat on Wat- tiniay 11 iff lit a traveling circus pave a performance on Mount Pleasant Fields, and, as is usual, struck the tent soon after the close of the entertainment. Among- the animals v.a.s a perform ing elephant, and this, in the charge of a. keeper, was dispatched to the next stopping place. All was quiet its the pair jogged along, but when nearing (Joulton road. High road, Clapton, the Keeper noticed that the elephant would walk on the pavement, but he little thought of the trick that it was about to play. Stand ing just uround the cor nt r of the road was a police constable sheltering from 1 he wind ami quite un ctmscioiis of the approach of the ele phant, whose .tread gave forth no sound. As the. animal reached the' corner he put his trunk round and just touched: the constable's arm. The latter turned to see what it was, and on seeing the elephant was seized with alarm and took to his heels along the road, closely pursued by his tormentor. The keeper tried to call the animal back, but it was of no avail, for the retreating figure of the constable occupied the sole at tention of the elephant, who kept up the pursuit until t he officer darted into a garden and closed the iron gates behind him. The elephant stood at the other side of the railings, but made, no at tempt to get at him, and, much to his relief, on the arrival of the keeper, turned and went on its way. DU MAURIER DECEIVED. How an Auierican Interviewer Abused Uis Conlidence. l)u Maurier was always es)ecially ap preciative of American appreciation uid took particular pains to welcome Americans cordially, sa vs the Xcw York Times. It yvas seltlom that this friend ly feeling was abused, but the last time I saw him he wa.s for once in a state of rage against aa American who had not only interviewed him but outrageous ly misrepresented hi in and his house hold. The visitor hail come with some let ters of i tit roduet ion, but, fearing that an interview was in prospect, Mrs. Du Maurier hail seen him and explained that Mr. Du Maurier could not receive, visitors for that purose. The caller promptly disclaimed being tin inter viewer and so disarmed the hostess th.it in apology he sus taken upstairs in cor dial welcome. The laird of "Trilby," still in the land of the living and a close friend of Du Maurier, had hap pened in, and the two, perhaps gently led by the skillful interviewer into the subject, were soon talking over old times in free confidence. What was Da Manner's chagrin a few weeksafter ward to receive a New York paper con taining a highly colored version of this conversation, with remarks about his habits and his household, vshich were more than a breach of hospitality. lie wrote at once a letter of disclaimer for publication among his American friends, and it was with difficulty t hat he was persuaded th;t this would only advertise the offensive, article and give it wider currency. FOILED AGAIN. The tirocer Could Not He Deceived by the Honest Man, The grocer was weighing some sugar for the woman iu the dyed blue bonnet when the man in the black frock coat and yellowish white tie, who had been standing iu the door for some minutes, ( time inside and laid a silver quarter on the counter, says the Detroit Free Press. "I picked it upon the floor, just at. the edge of the steps." he said. "It must belong to you. A quarter or $1,000, sir it is the principle of the thing I look at. 1 want nothing that is not mine. There is the money." The. grocer laid a large forefinger on the quarter and shoved it back across the. counter. "You put- dot money in your pocket, nifin friend," he said. "Itiit. sir. you or one of your clerks mu.st have dropped it and it rolled over there. My motto has always been " "I believe," said the grocer, "dot you yoost moved your family in dot house agross the street dis morgen; vas it not EO?" "Yes. sir. I did. and. it being conven ient, we expect to do a good deal of tra " "You put dot quarter back in your pocket righd away. Dot vos not mein quarter. You put. him back in your pocket, und von your vife come ofer vor dose groceries you vill remember dot my derms vos spod cash cfery time." A Terrible I'unlphntcnt. There is no death penalty in Iielgium. but few criminals would choose the punishment- substituted for it that is. if they had a choice. The condemned man is placed in a dungeon so con structed that, from the moment he en ters it he will never hear the sound of human voices nor see a human being. His food is passed in through a sliding panel in 1he door of his cell. Not one prisoner has ever been known to sur vive this punishment more than three years. The authorities have striven in vain to prolong their lives by varying their food as much as jKissible. lint those who are moderately or lightly nourished gradually waste away, while those who are fed generously go mad and die raving maniacs. The I'riiico of Speniltlirl f tH. A London journal of society says that the prince of Wales is the most thrift less man in the world, us careless in money matters as a successful gambler, lii veins Albert Kdwanl. this joiirnni asserts, has "run through" if .in.OOO.OUO. The government l:cis paid him S-'.I.OOO,-1011. with n:i additional allowance of l.-.lnm.io for traveling expenses. All his he has .'pent and yet to-day it is stimalcd lie owes various tradespeople ind his rich friends .:.'0,(lon,(M)0. j In catarrhal inllammaiion, in chronic j displacements common to women, i where there are symptoms of backache, , dizziness or fainting, bearing down ! sensations, disordered stomach, moodi : ness, fatigue, eto , the trouble is surely dispelled and the sufferer brought back ! to health and good spirits by the use I of Dr. Pierce s b avorite Prescription It's the only medicine lor women s peculiar ailments devised by a regular ly graduated physician an experienced expert in this special field of practice, and sold through druggist?. It9 sales exceed the combined sales of all other medicipttJ of Us class, FEMININE SUICIDES. Women Take 1'oinon Where Alen Shoot Themselves. Statistical tables yield curious in i'ormation to the careful student, says the Philadelphia Times. For intttanci ! hey show- that, over one-third of tin- women who kill themselves are not yet :J." years of age. They show that women take poison, where men shoot them selves, and they show that, the poor, sick and the infirm are not by any kind of reckoning in the majority. A phy sician who makes a study of attempted suicide said this: "(Jet. a girl past 25 and she'll go through poverty, sickness and desert ion and misery enough 1o kill ton men. The more people suffer the. more t hey clinu to life. I've seen it.in the hospitals. It is not the patients with the incurable diseases or the hopeless cripples who beg to die, but the young1, strong, vital woman, who hates pain and doesn't want to sutTer it, even for the chance of getting -well. It is a strange thing. this getting of a girl past 25. but not uncommon. Any pUysician with a large family practice -will toll you of a dozen eases in his own circle of knowledge Sometimes it is called pyromania, some times kleptomania, sometimes catalep sy, sometimes hysteria, sometimes feigning and sometimes tantrums it's all the same thing nothing else to do." Another physician told of a girl who committed suicide and who left a note stating that her reason was that sh was tired of doing the same things over and over every dav. The monotony ol life had become unbearable to her. END OF THE CHESAPEAKE. The Old Maa-of-War Turned Into a Floni Mill. An English, journal contains the fol lowing item: "It is not by any means widely known that the Chesapeake, famous for het historic encounter with the British ship Channon in 1S13, is in existence to day, but. it used in the somewhat in glorious capacity of a flour mill, and i making money for a hearty Hampshire miller in the. little parish of Wick ham fter her capture, by Sir Philip I?. P.roke she was taken to England it 1S14. and in 1S20 her timbers were sole to Mr. John Prior, miller, of Wickhait Hants. Mr. Prior pulled down his owi mill at Wickham and eTected a new 0111 from the Chesapeake timbers, which hi found admirably adapted for the pur pose. The deck beams were. 32 fee long, and served, without alteration for joists. Many of thee timliers ye liear the marks of the Shannon grape hots and in some places the shot ar t-'i-I to be seen deeply imbedded in th pitch pine. The metamorphosis of r man-of-war into a peaceful life-sustaining flour mill is, perhaps, as near an ap proach to the prophecy that spears and swords shall be beaten into plows and pruning hooks, as the conditions of modern civilization will allow." FINANCIAL REVERSES. Disappointment of an Inventor Who Over worked the Market. They had been talking about trusts and the immense profit realized by cap ital, according to the Washington Star. ".V man i-s never satisfied, however big the gains may lie," remarked the man with the patient expression. "Yes," said the plump-looking citi zen with a meeTsehaum cigar holder; no matter what a person achieves, he is always haunted by the thought that lie might havedone better. The trouble alHMit. making money rapidly is that a man fails to be content with .1 fair per centage of gain on his investment." "I have a friend who is exactly that way. He turns up his nose at a mere 100 per cent, or so." "He must lie a plunger. "Xo; he's a conservative investor." "What does he handle?" "Well, you might call them govern ment obligations." "He must have a new kind of a good thiog." "He used to have. But. he's lost. me. nd it's positively distressing to read what he savs because, the two-cent tamp he. Tecentlv liought to put on a letter to me didn't realize the usual dividend of five dollars." Curious Cuban Caves. There is a series of small and large caverns in the marble rocks of t.he I'uban mountains which are beinggrad nally filled up. and that, too, in a. most tcmarkable manner. The common land snails, of which there are so many spe cies and varieties in Cuba, make these caves a resort- during the dry season. They congregate on the floors of the caverns in immense numbers and mil lions of them never leave. The reason is this: The. water which drops from the roofs or ceiling of the different cav erns contains a large jier cent, of ear lionate of lime. When the water evapo rates the lime is left behind, and, acting as a cement, it glues great, layers of the snail shells together every year. This process going 011 season after sea son is gradually filling up the Cuban caves, and it. is only a question of time when there will not be a single cavern left on the island. A Fabled Monster. One of the fabled monsters of ancient times was the unicorn. It was, accord ing to a summary of t he opinions of sev eral of the old-time writers, a beast. alxiut. the iize of a common horse, but it.'n very short legs. The jieople of 1 he 111 id. 1 1 r ages believed in the existence if three kinds of unicorns: The mag nificent white unicorn, which had a pur ple face and blue eyes and a single horn .1 y.ird in length; t he. eglisserion. which resembled a gigantic deer and had a very sharp horn growing from the mid dle of the forehead, and the monoceror, or common unicorn. The white un! 1 orn's horn was of three different colors, white at. the lower part, black a bony in the middle and red at the mint. Common unicorns were said to ::ivc had horns about IS inches in Vngth. but so strong that they could asily kill an elephant. Texas Pacific. You have your choice of routes, via the "El Paso Route," via New Orleans, Shreveport, -Memphis, St. Louis or Chi cago. Train leaves El Paso at 4:1") p. m. For further information call on or address: E. S. Stevens, B. F. Darbyshirk, Depot Agent. General Agent. Biank leases for houses or storerooms, best form. For sale at HERALD job Tlxo Most TO Kansas City, Boston, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern Throiagli Trains, Fast Time, Smooth Track. Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on air" through trains. Daily to Denver, Kansas City sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn eapolis and once each Boston. All trains not having dining cars Route, Harvey Houses. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to A. W. REEVES, E. COPLAND, City Ticket Agent. . General Agent. Office,.Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. "W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot. (hi SUNSETlOl Unl ROUTE -J Daily Through Trains to NEW ORLEANS, The Best Line to NEW YORK, PHILADEL PHIA, WASHINGTON Pullman Buffet and Tickets, Time Tables 'all on or Address: T. K. HUNT, Com'l Agent, L. J. PABKS, El Paso. Texas. MEXICAN CENETAL EY. Popular Winter Resort 'oilman and Free Kediniof Chair Cars in Servicf: Address the undersigned for full and reliable information: J. F. Donohoe. Com'l Aeent. El Paso. COLUMBIAN PRIZEWINNERS. OONOVEB PIANOS CHICAGO COTTAGEs ORGANS WERE GIVEN Highest Awards At the World's Exposition for excellent manufacture, quality, uniformity and volume of tone, elasticity of touch, artistic cases, materials and workman Ship of highest grade. OATALOQUES ON APPLICATION PRIS CHICAGO COTTAGE OHGAN GO, CHICAGO. ILL. LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF PIANOS AND ORgAHS IM JHE WORLD., Purest Drugs. Latest News A. K. ALBERS &. CO.. BRONSON IlLDCK. HEADACHE ELIXIK Cures ac headache. Try it. R8I0J" SiSLiltVG Womu !......r. I IDireot Xjixx and Eastern Points Tourist Sleeping cars and Chicago. Touris, week to St. Louis and stop for meals at the famous Santa SUNSET ROUTE ! Through Line Between EAST and "WEST and Eastern Points. Tourist Sleepers. For and FuU Information, A. 9. P. & T. A. C. W. BEIN, T. M. Houston, Texas. Houston. Ti 1 EL PASO ROUTE.' Texas and Pacific' The Great Popular Route Between The EAST and WEST Short Line to JCew Orleans, Kansas Citvt St- Louis, New York unci Wasliintori. Favorite Line to the North, East and Southeast. Pullman Buffet Sleeping: Cars and Solid Trains from El Paso to Dal-a las. Fort Worth, New Orleans, Memphis and St. Louis. Fast Time AND Sure Connections See that your tickets read vl he Texas and Pacific Railway. For maps, time-tables, tickets, rates and all required information, call on or address any of the ticket agents or 6. F. DARBYSHIRE, General Ag-ent, El Paso. GASTON MESLIER, General Passen ger and Ticket Ajjent. L. S.THOKNE, Third Vice-President nd Gereral Superintendent. Foster and Mitchell. Attorneys and Counselors. i Will practice in all courts of Texa3 and New Mexico. Or PRC Thlt Fnmona Ilfmeiiy t-tirps qnto. OC Ei UC lv. perumm-mly all nervcM clwssfj ..1.. ... truln t..wr Hf.ntnih Wakpt" 1:1 (less. 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