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Br bo iicui. Peraont of h.rmlean baikt trruueailr aainunam ol fdiiiH iizor and exhibit Ism endnranre than er mall peo'e Heal vipor cunt the atmiir io diiceat and "u well, anl ' perform a Mtfonabte amount if daily pbyairal and neutal lab- r mmoai unnatural laiinie. 11 la because a cour ol Hoielten'a Sttuiaa Bitten enables the enfeebled draweptie tu Mume tbe allotted aetivity ol ever day lte. I, Wf 11 a to paru'liate without diacomfort in Its ymeuu. "'' it U aueb pre-eiui-neutiy axial n.ed trine. Ki'hiuvH made you make Brarkitu a treo- ent of a loeket-eoui b? He's aa bald a a billlaid hall" -fbat junt it. I wauted to make him tbink I neer noticed it. There is more Catarrh in this section of tbe country man nit oiner aieaie pat to gether, and until the last few years was uo to he int urable. Fur a a-eat many vears doctors prououiHed it a local disease, and prex nlel local remedies, and by con ..urtlv failing to rare with local treatment. pronoUllCCo It mcurauir. ot:iciiev uaa proven catarrh to be constitutional dis ease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by . 1- Cheney dt tX.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the mar ket. It is taken internally in doses truni 10 drops to a teaspoont'ul. It acts directly on theolood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. They offer one hundred dollars for iy case It tans to cure, oeuu lor circulars id testimonials. Address, F. J. Clite.i a. io., loieao, u. Sold bv Druegirts, 7oc. Hall's Family Fills are the best. an aw I'M - . mmr THE VOICE OF THE CHARAER. ri'UK roou. Tobonan Maple Byrup U absolutely pure and rich In Bator. Recommended by phjulciam. I beliere Piso'a Cure is the only medicine that will enre consumption. Anna M. Koss, Williams-port, fa., nor. iz, i. AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS We are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use ol me word "CAsTOklA," and HTCHfiK'SCASTOKJA," aa our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of " PITCH EK'S CASrORlA," the same that has borne and does now bear the fac-iimile signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on every wrapper. Thi ia the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. took Carefully at the wrapper and see that It ia the kind you have alwayi bought, and has the signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on the wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except Tie Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. Hatch S. iSo?. SAMUEL PITCHER, M.D. CHEAP IRRIGATION. it u Th Hercules Gas Eimine WorkB of Ban Francisco, Cal., the largest builders of gas, gasoline and oil engines on the Coast, are making extensive preparations for the season's business. 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(Mia py un'M -. 1KJ L I J rON my word it's too bad!" exclaimed Mr. Malnwartng, aa havine wlwhed everybody good-morniUK he nt dom o to the break fast table, aud proceeded, berore com mencing that meal, to glance through hi letter aceordiuz to custom. "It really Is oo badr he repeated, crtni onlug with Indignation, and giving an angry stamp of his foot, in no doing treading on the foot of Jumbo, nia wife's pet pug. aud causing that much pampered animal to give utterance to a loud yell, ana retreat runner iiuun the table to hc shelter of his mistress petticoats. "My dear." said Mrs. Malnwaring, pausing in the act of pouring out the squire's coffee, "what is the matter now? Nothing wrong with Sunbeam'g little foal. I trust." "No, thanks, my dear, not so bad as that," answered her husband, "but quite bud enough. In all conscience. It's that dreadful fellow Wilder, at the I.ea farm, again. I wish to goodnens he had never come near the place, wiln all my heart." Horrid niati," agreed Mr. Maluwar- Ing. "I can t bear the sight ot uui. What has he done now, dear? "Done?" exclaimed her husband. Why, stuck up barbed wire all over his farm, to lie sure, aud refuses to re move tt on any pretense whatever, so Hlggins writes me word. Here we have the hounds coming here on Thursday, and they find In N'lghtingale wood, as they are perfect ly certain to do, for I kuow for a fact there are two or three foxes there, they are equally certain to run right across his land, and a pretty kettle or dsn will be the result. "Half the hounds maimed, and men and horses tumbling about In every di rection." "Oh! I can't bear the thoughts of It!" "I shall uliiiiily have to ask Ilartopp not to draw there, nnd a pretty fool I shall look. I really don't know what to do about it." "Why not go and see the man your self, and try nnd bring him to reason?" suggested his wife. "Surely, my dear, he would llsteu to you." "Listen to me?" ejaculated the squire. "Not he. Besides, I know per fectly well what would be the result. He would meet my arguments with some of his republican sentiments, and I should lose my temper and make a fool of myself." "Well," Rlghed his wife, "It's a very great pity, I'm sure. I only wish I knew what was best to he done. But never mind now, dear," she added, soothingly, "get on with your breakfast, and then afterward you can speak to Hlggins again on the subject, and per haps you will be able to devise some nlnn between you for bringing this horrid man Wilder to reason." "And. pray, who may this horrid man Wilder be?" Inquired a young ond very pretty girl, who at this Junctnro entered the room aud sat herself down at the breakfast table, after kissing both Mr. Malnwaring and his wife lov ingly and wishing them "good-morn' lug." The squire looked affectionately Into the fair questioners face ere he an swered her. "Don't ask me, Gladys," said he laughingly; "don't ask If you love me. He has already spoiled my breakfast for me, and I feel perfectly certain that were I to tell you all about him he would spoil yours, and that would be a great pity, eh, my pretty niece?" "It would, indeed," retorted the girl. "for I have such an appetite as never was. Joking apart, though, I am real lv curious, Uncle William," she con tlnued. "so I will compromise with you eat my breakfast first and you shall tell me afterward. Don't you think that a very fair arrangement, sir?" The squire agreed at once to the terms, as, indeed, he would have to anything proposed by his favorite niece. The only child of his one sister, late ly dead, Gladys Onslow had taken up her permaueut abode at Charlton Tow ers only three weeks ago, during which short period she had managed to con vert every Individual member or tue establishment luto being her devoted slave, including her uncle and aunt, who, childless as they were, quite look ed upon her as their daughter. As for the squire, lie was perfectly helpless without her, and Miss Gladys Was 1118 COUSiaUl COllipnuiuu nuncin he went. H declared she was a better Judge of stock than his bailiff himself, aud as for her knowledge of horseflesh, who was there about the place who could compete with her? And how she rode too! Many and many a time, when ac companying his ulece in her rides, did her uncle regret that his salad days were over, aud that he was uo longer able to nilot her over this place aud that. Instead of looking on from the broad back of his favorite cob while ahe larked about at her own free will. for she was uncommonly ronu or ruling over a country, was Miss l.lniiys. a her croom said, "Tlie reuce was never made yet that count stop ins young lady when the hounds were run- ulnt-" . , . . True to his promise, after breakfast the squire unbosomed himself to his niece with regard to his refractory ten ant at the I.ea farm-"the only farm, by the way, my dear." he added,"where I have not Introduced you, for the very good reasou why, becsuse I have such a strong personal dislike to Its tenant. I even avoid shooting over the place as much as possible, because I can't bear the sight of the fellow. Just fancy, my dear, afraid even to walk over my own proierty my own property, forsooth. Nasty, cantankerous wretch!" wound up the squire In hla wrath. "I wish somebody would knock him on the head. I do. Indeed!" "Fie, for shame, sir!" exclaimed his niece, laughing, putting her pretty hnnd over his mouth as she spoke. "And his name is Wilder?" she con tinued, "and I knew such a dear old man of that name years ago he was one of poor pair's tenants. Indeed, "I wonder now," she mused, "could It be the same man? He left to go to Australia, so I understood for I was only a title girl at the time. And we were such friends, too! "Uncle," exclaimed the girl, a flush of excitement coming over her face, "If you don't mind I will ride over this morning and see for myself. "If it is the same man and I have a very great Idea it is, do you know I will undertake that every bit of that horrid wire fencing Is taken down be tween this and to-morrow morning. Say, I will even have a bet with you ou the subject, t'ome, sir, what odds will you give me?" "I won't bet. 1 utterly decline to bet, you little gambler," returned her laugh lug tiucle, "for I hate losing money, hut I will tell you what I will do, my Gladys, If you only succeed In your un. ilertaking, I will give you the very best hunter or the prettiest bracelet that can be bought for money. I believe It's a real 'good thing' for you, too, you I minx, you," he added, pulling her ear, "for now I come to think of It I be lieve I did hear that this objectionable tenant of mine had been In Australia before he came down here to sit upon my shouders like the old man of the sea." "Don't say another word, dear un cle," cried Miss Gladys. "I haven't my betting hook about me, so I seal the bargain with this kiss (suiting the ac tion to the word), aud now I'm off to put uiy habit on and order my horse." Good-by, dear, we shall meet again not on the Kialto, but at luncheon," and bestowing auother kiss on the en raptured old gentleman the lively girl rushed from the room. "Arrived at the ogre's cast!, having carefully kept to the sides of the foot path all the way. partly from diplo macy, partly bevanse I did not want either Brilliant or myself to be annoy- j e.1 tiy tiartxHl wire, I Inquired of the ; ma il aervaut who came tu the door If 1 Mr. ilder was t home. He was round In the straw yard, she said, aud she would go and fetch him. If I would wait a moment. I waited accordingly, and presently the ogre appeared. 'How do you do, Mr. Wilder?" 1 said. 'Your servant, mlsa.' answered be. his grim features relax ing a little. I fancied, aa be looked me over. 'iou don t recollect me. I see. said I. 'but you aud I are very old friends for all that. Mr. Wilder.' Did 1 friends! Why, who he 'ee, then. In the name o" fortin'? he replied, looking at uie so hard, oh! so hard, uurle. 'Have you quite forgotten little Gladys Ons low, who ou used to be ao kind to when you lived at Hazeldean farm down In Warwickshire J" 'Forgotten? Nor he almost roared, 'and uever shall, that's more! And you're her? Coom, off your horo this Itistunt, my pretty, and Into the bouse aud have a talk wl' me over old times.' Oh, uucl! the poor old man, do you kDOW, was ao pleased. When I got off my horse and when be held out his hand and 1 not only took It, but gave him a kit s luto the ba.galu; he actually ahed tears he did Indeed. Well, I went In and had a glas of milk, aud we had such a talk of old times aa never was. And when we bad finished I told him what I bad come about. He listened attentively, and then he said, 'And so you want the stuff the darned stuff, he called It, uncle down, do ee, my dearf I replied that It certainly would please me very much, ard you and everybody else as well, 'Don't say another word,' he exclaimed, 'every bit of It shall lie off my farm before night fall. I only wish you had got some thing harder to ask me.' "There, uncle." wound up Gladys, "that's bow It was done, as the con jurers say. Now, tell me what you think of my talents as a diplomatist aud, above all, your opinion of my dear old friend. John Wilder." "My dear," replied the squire, kissing his niece, "I think you ought to be a prime minister at leaBt, and aa for your frieud John Wilder; my opinion of hltn Is altogether altered. We'll both of us ride over and see him again this very afternoon, and I'll thank him myself." "And now," said her uncle, rubbing his hands, "which Is It to be, Gladys, a new hunter or a dtamoud bracelet?" Chicago Chronicle. LADIES WHO STOLE. Btnmgm Talcs Art Told of Oaur Ancestors f Waaltiiurt ' Tlaac Wa naturally have a very exalted opinion of the ariMct racy of our coun try and can scum ly U (ouviiicid that NERVOUS PROSTRATION. " Will yon kindly allow me," writes MiaaMAKT K AuDT.ef Jobatown, N. J., to Mrs. Pinkham, w the) plmaor of ex pressing my rratitudo for th wonder- the ladies of sot u iy in the early days of ful relief 1 have experienced by taking uiw)iiwuid .v.,.. i.u ((,tujBc.. I ji"ir vouijMuuuf x bu u ered lor a ioiir any but the nuirt mpuified niauutr. In- time with nervonaproatration and gen HOW COOLEY WORKED. II. The stable clock was Just striking half-past 1, simultaneously with the rumbling of the goug announcing the fact that luncheon was ready, as Gla dys Onslow with her attendant groom came canteriug through the park, The squire, who had been waiting for her for the last half hour, selssed a hat and rushed hastily out luto the stable yard, where he knew she would dis mount, to await her coming with min gled feelings of delight at her return, aud curiously to kuow how she had succeeded ou her mission of diplomacy with his refractory tenant, "Here I am, tiucle, safe and sound, you see, and I've had, oh! such a lark! Brilliant's legs are full of thorns, I fear, poor dear, exclaimed happy Gladys, her face flushed with pleasure aud excitement, and looking prettier than ever. Off her horse she Jumped in her ac customed Impetuous fashion, aud, hav ing administered her usual hug, she took her uncle's arm and ordered him to take her lu to luncheon at once, "Well, aud how did you get ou, my child?" luquired the squire, "Not a word, sir, until I get luto the dining-room, and then you shall hear It all," was the fair tyrant's reply. "Why, by Jove! I do verily believe you've' got over that old curmudgeon, vou artful little minx, you!" exclaimed her uncle in great glee, hurrying her Into the house as quickly as possible, all agog to hear her news, Through some back passages they went, aud then, opening a green baize door, found themselves In the entrance hall "Come, now," said the squire, as they entered the dlulug-room, where Mrs. Malnwaring was waiting for them; "I won't wait a moment longer; so tell your aunt and me all nbout the result of your ride this Instant, miss, or I'll retract m.v promise of the diamond bracelet I made this morning, "Llsteu, then, ladles and gentlemen or. rather, I should say aunt and un cle," said the fair Gladys, standing In the center of the hearthrug and raising her whip to insure silence. "What should you say If, paying visit to the I.ea farm to-morrow morn Ing, you were to flud that every vestige of barbed wire bad disappeared from Its fences? Would you allow that the oersuaslve powers of your devoted niece were somewhat of a higher order than usual?" "By Jove, Indeed I should!" burst forth her uncle. "But you don't mean to say It's a fact. Gladys, that you have actually got that old bear to do as you say, do you?" "Indeed I do, nofi;; and he's not a tiear at all, allow me to say only rath er rough, that's all, poor man. Old John Wilder Is as good a fellow as ever breathed. If you only humor him a Ut- tlpim vou must In future, uncle, If only for my sake." "Well, wonders will never cease, Former Chief Justice of Michigan Tells of 111 Famous Colleanue. Judge John W. McGrath, who retired from the Chief Justiceship of the Michigan Supreme Court at the close of 18ln, was seen by a corresiondent and asked as to his belief In the cause of the physical and mental breakdown of ex-Justice Thomas M. Cooley, who Is now In a private retreat at Flint, He was also asked If, In his opinion, Jurists were particularly prone to col lapse of that description. Judge McGrath Is a big man. His figure of more than six feet is as erect as In his young mauhood, but snowy white hair aud beard tell the work of Father Time, He Is strong and vigor ous himself, aud while laughingly de claring that his work had left him without a scar, said: "Poor Cooley; he Is a victim of his own tremendous energy, without the physical strength to bear up uudar It. As a matter or fact, 1 doubt ir any man could have stood It. While hi work on the bench had something to do with his final breakdown, for It always was and always will be most arduous work, h s labors off the bench were alone more than most men care to un dertake. "His works on constitutional law, on torts, his many magazine articles and the preparation of 'Cooley's Black stone' were all completed while he was engaged on work that would have com pletely tilled most men's time. "I believe he worked eighteen hours a day, I know that while on the bench he not only was the first one to arise In his own home so as to work before breakfast, but that his work table was placed In his sitting-room so that he could continue the grind evenings, and Old Glory. Our flag is the symbol of Intelligence, equality, freedom and Christian clTlllxatlott. Rev. 3. O. Wil son. Methodist, New York City. Amusement. A certain amount of amusement Is absolutely necessary to health and happiness. It Is the spice of life. It gives seat to labor. Rev. M. Benham, Presbyterian, Pittsburg, Pa. Culture's Enemy. Culture and Ignor ance from time Immemorial have been at war. The one elevates and emanci pates, while the other degrades and en-' thralls. Rev. G. C. Houghton, Episco palian, Hoboken, K. J. Brotherhood. In the true religion the open sign of fellowship Is well-doing, and the servants of humanity, whatever their varying names and tongues, are brothers. Rev. N. M. I Mann, Unitarian. Omaha, Neb. Mutual Help. The nations go far and best when they are mutually helpful. Wealth or power gained by crushing or cheating a weaker power Is no gain. but losa.-Rev. E. S. Todd, Methodist, Baltimore, Md. Mormonlam. When Joseph Smith prophesied to hla Mormon dupes that the day would come when he would be President of the United State he was a poor prophet. Rer. 8. W. Brown, Methodist, Kansas City. Human Creation. We might as well try to stop the Incoming tide as to try to alter the aenerally accepted fact that the law of human creation was by development Rev. E. B. Warner, Epis copalian, New Orleans, La. Profaulty. Americana are said to be the profanes people In the world. The men awear, the women swear, and children with the lisp hardly out of their speech swear. Rev. F. M. Good child, Baptist, New York City. Sons and Fathers. Those of the younger generation nre no longer satis fled with the simple recording of their father's deeds. As their fathers were men of action and conviction, so would they be. Rev. Lyman Ward, Univer salis!, New York City. Missionary Work. The devotion to a sublime standard is the only motive that can sustain the missionary spirit lu the Inevitable hardships and sacri fices that attend the preaching of the gospel to the heathen. Father Joseph V. O'Connor, Catholic, Philadelphia, Pa. Woman's Way. The best service poa si ble to auy woman, however richly dowered, Is to do womanly things In womanly way, thus illustrating lu her life and character the loftiest type of womanhood. Rev. Arthur Little, Bap tist, Dorchester, Mass. Marriage. There are tricks In love as well' as In trade. One of them Is to make things seem to be what they are not. As you value your life, young woman, do not marry a manikin, a hat ter's show block, a tailor's lay figure. Rev. Madison C. Peters, Reformed, New York City. Yellow Journalism. A stamp of newspaper Is being spread broadcast over the land which not only Is a dis grace to the high vocation of the press, but Is debasing the tastes, destroying the loftier aspirations and ruining the souls of thousands upon thousauds. Rev. Roliert L. McFarlaue, Episco palian, Medina, Ohio, deed some of their descendants would feel highly elated to know that they in any wise resemble their supposed court ly ancestors. It is to be hoped that they are not kin to the persouuges referred to in the following coin plaint: One of i-ur early statesmen actually complains that "bet ween titipee bead and fashionuLle belles an bow st felkw will staud a gtxsl i huuee of leiug fleer: d by the loliltht tissue cf m intake con ceivable. The n nth niuu will Lt lp him self very ratnuily to your hut if it is better thuii his, take up id r uu.brclls with the im'bt iilmxt air iuiugiunlle. Dear en jrur loose t-oul witliout oner perceiving bis n i-t.ike and pit k upyont gloves, they so much resemble bis. And now for the ladies' part in this proceeding: "The lady will borrow your penknife. very accidentally put yonr pocket hand kerchief iuto her niuff or playfully take your ring from your finger or breastpin from your bosom, all as inuixeutly as though it was the very thing yon called upon her for, so that between lmlus and gentlemen yon will stand good chanoe of being turned out. stripped of all your possessions, according to the newest rules of etiquette. "Philadel phia Press. eral debility. caused by falling' ol the womb. It seemed aa though my back would never stop ach ing. I could not sleep. I had dull headaches. Iwas weary all the time, and life waa a burden to me. I sought the aeaaborefor relief, but all ia rain. On my return I resolved to ive your medicine a trial. I took two nettle and waa cured. I can cheerfully atate, If mora ladies would only give your medicine a fair trial they would blesa the day they saw the advertisement, and there would be happier homes. I mean to ao Ail I can for yon In the future. I have you alone to thank for my recov ery, for which I am very grateful." Klpllna'a Famous Poem. It is the eeutimeut, says Arlo Bates in The Atlantic, aud not the object, which arouses sympathy aud kindles the imagination. No mistake could be more complete than to suppose that in this poem is to be found auy argument in favor of the use of machinery as ma terial for poetry. In "McAndrew's Hymn" it is the character of the stanch old engineer aud his feelings by which the reader ia moveiL The wonders of the great eugino are a hindrance, and not a help, if they ure looked at iu any way other than through the eyes of Ale- Andrew. 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Clnulmn Fraa, BRANT REMEDY CO.. n4 auauT arraaiT e raaaeiaeo. 3 CAi.irotH I aironr AMEBIC OOANOC5T t the same time partially enjoy the onipany or his lamlly and friends, lie would turn sometimes to Join In their conversation, only to bury him self a moment later In his writing. While I believe the life span of urists is probably as long aa is that of auy other profession similarly de prived of exercise and fresh air, I do think that for many years there has not been an occupant of the Michigan bench who has retired without the work having left Its mark. This Is ow Ing largely to the fact that they have strained every nerve to keep their docket clear. This example was set by that great four, Cooley, Chrlstlancy, Campbell and Graves. Chrlstlancy and Campbell are dead, aud Cooley's mind has failed, but Graves Is a hale and hearty old gentleman living In Detroit, In Ohio and many other States the business of the State bench Is behind two, three or more years, while here every case la heard when ready, no matter how great the strain, aud opinions are also rush ed out on the same schedule. "As lo Judge Cooley, I never knew man of such Intense mental activity, and his breakdown came solely as the result of overwork. He was always a man of spotless reputation and most correct habits, and no other cause can possibly be assigned. His work on the Interstate Commerce Commission, his last sustained effort, was, in my op!n lou, simply the last wrench." JTotiii Woman la Terribly Burned and Made Bald by Ita Intense Power, Miss Josle McDonald of New York has had a strange experience with the X rays, and her pitiable condition Is evidence of their terrible power. Miss McDonald bad some teeth drawn and a violent pain In the Jaw followed which the dentist could not account for. He took her to a laboratory where a pho tograph of her Jaw was taken by the rays, tue sitting lasting ten minutes. This photograph was somewhat VICTIM OF THE X RAY. t ronncisco wiu nun me sio srone c lor me stoma or me nfrar, IUITRAT CATALOGUE MAILED race to OUT Of- TOWN POLKS upon ArWCATIOfU AOOBfsa HftllOCDfB fXpHBTrUHT. Cali Bet: Bl BSKD BT THE X BAYS. Not In It. Mrs. Callipers "Are you going to In vite Mrs. Fowler to your party. She seems to be such a pleasant little per son." Mrs. Justup "Goodness, no! She's pleasant euough and all that, but I un derstand that her husband only gets a hundred dollars a month!" Cleveland Leader. A Definition. "What Is money 7" asked the philo sophical boarder, musingly. "Money," replied the cynical boarder; "Is what your rich relatives don'f leave you." Puck. t,aa v.rv f.ui-tnln ' ajilil her uucle: "nd how on earth vou manage It," he We believe that we would llkfc JeUy t,n..oA r an nr the life of me better if newspaper accounts of accl luiaKlue." dents didn't use the expression. "Crush- "I will tell you," said Miss Gladys. ed to Jelly." blurred and a second was taken, the exposure of her cheek to the rays last- Ins- fifteen minutes. The effect was soon after evident In the unnatural red nesa of th cheek and bloodshot eyes, and the next day the pain was so In tense as to make her hysterical. Her face, too, was almost black, and her hair beean to fall out. Her family physician, Dr. Grlswold, who was called, says the extent of the blistering Is most remarkable. It runs down the neck, through the linen of the high collar. The discoloration Is still very marked, and the doctor cannot say wwhr the hair will grow agalu. All of It on one side of her head has com pletely fallen ott. Tha Liu nor Problem. "T -wouldn't of swiped the ham," sakl the contrite prisoir, "but I waa half drunk." "Ah!" said the city missionary. "That's what doue it. If I hud of been paralyzed, as I ought of been at that time o" night, l woman i oi goi Into trouble." Indianapolis Journal n.ttmar Down to Bnalneaa. "Have you made any new discoveries to-day with reference to that case we're working on?" Inquireu one ueiecnve. "Not yet," replied the other. I haven't had time to read the newspapers." Washington Star. Then Ha Dodged. Bacon They had a tire down at Brlckabrak's yesterday, and what do you suppose was the last thing they got out?" Egbert I don't know. "Why, the fire, of course." Yonkera Sta teaman. IX MARKET 6TMCT CAM ATOP AT MAIN Ef1TPAMCE I BOtOtflftUU BAXAaB. 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