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I r S THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12 1905 0 u
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Bekmann Cos Russian Kummel
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With The MoneyMakers
What Is Being Done by The Journal Advertisers
and Advertisers All Over the Continent with
Some Good Ideas from Ad Experts
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An Advertising Thought
The business man who waits for
trade to open up and then catch it by j
ivetUsing is like foe mill man who
its until the rush of water comes i
i then tries to put in his dam to I
jr d it Put in your ad to be ready
i J work up trade Gainesville Sun
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The Reason Why
It is a positive fact that every bus
aess firm in Pensacola done more
1usiness during Carnival days than at
any similar period before It is also
ire tLat most of them are doing more
advertising than before
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Whats In a Name
Senior Partner What title shall
we give our new beauty book
Junior PartnerHow would How
to Become Beautiful do
Senior Partner Dont believe that
would make a hit with most women
Junior PartnerThen well call it
How to Continue Beautiful
Senior Partner Ah thats the
BtuffJPittsburg Post J
S S S
Time to Take a Drink
The newest of the whiskey signs
to tower from the roofs of the Tender
loin has proved the most useful ever
seen there It tells the time in elec
tric lighted figures and changes every
irlniUe it is visible a long distance I
awa and its practical utility makes
it a coatrast to some of the other
tlgns which are a nuisance in that
region Sun
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Keeping up with the Demand
sick Apostles restaurant handled a
larger crowd last week than ever be
e This shows that Nick Is keep
rg up with Pensacolas growth and
js aways ready to take care of the
public no matter how big the crowd
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Advertised and Got Immediate Results
Mrs Nellie Bloom of 32 West Twen
tysixth street went to the Holland
Hoase last night to dine with friends
At r dmaer she drove home and be
< am greatly disturbed upon missing
II gold mesh bag which contained I
je 1j With a number of friends
fae drove back to the hotel and the
cming room was searched Cabmen
were questioned but no trace of the
bag wag found Mrs Bloom sent an
a Hr sement to several newspapers
and went home and found the bag on
tht floor wkere she had dropped it
1 i e discarding her wrapsNew
To k Sun
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TT advertise the light music in the
rep ory of the Pianola the Aeolian
AeolianWe 1 1
J We Will Buy
A 5Oc Bottle of Liquozone and Give it to You to Try
I e rant you to know about 14QPP
I ton and tie product itself can tell
I > vu mor thsa we So we ask you to let
I L 5 you a bottle a fullsize bottle
ii ry Let it prove that it does what
i I tll ne cannot do See what a tonic
I 1 + S is Learn that it does kill germs
n > cu wiM use it always as we do
s as mioos of others do
S o ufier itself should convince you
uquozone does as we claim We
t a aialy not buy a bottle andS
r S t to yon if there was any doubt
1 C S r hlS You want those results
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fa tnt do that nobody can
thO1t qUOlDOne
We Paid 100000
For the Amfjn < a rights to 3jiouo
tt f > We did thts after testing the
t t for two years through physi
E r alMi hospitals after proving in
Nn s of different cases that
< ozone destroys the cause of any
Ta disease
Iquocose has for more than 20
ars DeeR the constant subject of
I I je and chemical research It is
S I Dade by compounding drugs nor
aOhoL Its virtues are derived
1 E y from gas largely oxygen gas
a process requiring immense appa
rs and 34 days time The result is
j I Jcaid that does what oxygen does
1 as J nerve food and blood dthe
S 1 Clost fceJpfBi thing in the world to you
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Company New York uses twoline
bqldface readers scattered through
the amusement columns of New York
dailies printing after each theatri
cal notice of a comic opera or musical
comedy the information that its mu
sic can be had for the Pinola The
Idea is new and capable of adaptation
in other cities by local music dealers
Printers Ink
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Worth While
Geo W Pryor Son is still offer
ing some big bargains in the grocery
line Read their ad in todays Jour
nal and if interested it will pay you
to compare these prices with the ones
you are now paying
S S S
Cupid Defeated
A halfrepenant bachelor with quite
a pile of rocks
Dropped in one day beside the way
and bought a pair of socks
Arrived at home romantic joyhe
wondringly drew ouE
A note deep hidden in the hosefrom
some fair hand no doubt
Im twenty years of age it read
and called a country belle
With you Id like to correspondif
you will never tell
My object matrimony is and yours I
hope the same
If youll address me Ill respond
And then she wrote her name
On fire with hope the bachelor that
very evening wrote
And folded his epistle with a kiss in
side the note
Sly Cupid had him in hIs meshno
very clever catch
For after all quite foolish is a half
repentant bach
But oh how sheepish did he feel when
from the fair unknown
This answer came fco quench his
flame
An old maid I have grown
Alas twas forty years ago I planned
that fond surprise
Defeated by a heartless wretch who
woudnt advertise
S S S
A Pretty Store
Wick Co are now located in their
new building on West Garden street
near Palafox The appearance of
this establishment Is very Inviting
S S S
Business Opportunity
RastusWhats you gwine to Jo
this fall
Johnson Ise gwine to open a
school an teach chicken stealin by
mailYour
Your address please We go any
where for business From Battens
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Wedge
Jts effects are eiUarating vitalizing
purifying Yet it is a germicide so
certain that we publish on every bot
tle an offer of1lOOO for a disease
germ that it cannot kill The reason
is that germs are vegetables and
LIquozoce like an excess of oxygen
Is deadly to vegetal matter
There lies the great value of Liquo
zone It is the only war own to kill
germs in the body without killing the
tissue too Any drug that kills germs
is a poison and it cannot be taken In
ternally Every physician knows that
medicine is almost helpless i any
germ disease
Germ Disease
These are the known germ diseases
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome
the germs and such results are Indi
rect and uncertain Llquozone attacks
the germs wherever they are Ana
when the germs whion cause a disease
are destroyed the disease must end
and forever That Is inevitable
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THE HALIFAX IN
YE OLDEN DAYS
INTERESTING DATA CULLED
FROM DIARY OF PROMINENT
IDAYTONA VISITOR S
Daytona GazetteNews
A News reporter was shown yester
day the diary kept by Geo W Dibble
who owns homes in New York and
Nantucket during the winter of 1871
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which he spent at New Smrna This
diary contains much important data
of events which occurred during Feb
ruary and March of that year
This was of course long before tho
day of railroads in this section the reS
idents depending mainly upon schoon I
ers for their supplies mail and in
formation of the outside world Mr l
Dibble seems to lave noted at the time
with care the arrivals of all schooner
the temperature of all weather condi I
tions and the names of many old resi
dents long since dead
In the party were Mr Dibble Capt I
Anderson owner of the famous Mary
Powell a steamer plying between New I I
York and Albany and his spn Cap I
A E Anderson now wintering in New I
Smyrna These gentlemen were
guests of Mr Loud a brotherinlaw
of Hon Frank Sams who owned and i
ran a hotel just north of the Ocean I
House but spent most of the time
camping near Turtle ound or further
south Next door directly over the
fortress recently unearthed lived
Dolph Shelton whom the party visited
frequently
Change in Climate
Speaking of the reported great
chance in recent years in the climate
of Florida Mr Dibble called attention
to his temperature records which I
showed maximum temperature rang
ing from 50 degrees early in February
to 86 degrees on February 10th
References are frequently made to
the arrival of schooners owned by
Capt Haig which plyed between St
Augustine or Jacksonville and New
Smyrna bringing mails and supplies
once a week Mails were also brought
once a week by a negro from Enter
prise Captains Dummet and Pacet
ti who also operated schooners are I
mentioned frequently as is also Capt
Bennett who commanded the schooner
Rover
Great numbers of pellicans and
cranes were killed for their plumage
by the party and fish were caught in
such numbers as Indicate thi section
to have been a fishermans paradise
at that time
A Sportmans Paradise
Numerous instances are recorded of
25 to 36pound bass having been land
ed one day 20 being caught which
averaged 25 pounds Deer bear wild
turkey and quail were abundant where t
Daytona now stands and where town
have been built between here and tae
ancient town of New Smyrna Wild cati
tie roamed the swamps and were shot
down when meat was needed I
The port was of such importance j
at that time that the government had
as collector of the port Maj Aldeu
a popular pleasantgentleman who I
had his boats and gang of negroes fo
row him out to visit Incoming vessels
This was before the day of a bridge I
for there were no residents yet on the
peninsula II
On March 6th the party in charge
of Capt Anderson visited what was
styled the colony the people living In
palmetto huts while they were prepar I
ing to lay out a town and build where
Daytona now stands The land lying be I
tween the river and where Ridgewood
avenue is now is described as inex
pressibly wild the underbrush being
almost impassable Deer and bear
roamed at will where now are to be
seen beautiful streets and fine homes
Swift Bros of New Bedford were
in this section at the time getting out i
live oak timber on a contract with the
government for building war vessels I
steel not having yet displaced wood
An amusing incident of the trip I
home noted in the diary is that the
steamer City Point which ran between I
Palatka and Charleston stopped at
Fernandina for about three hours to 11
allow a couple of the passengers
aboard to be married after which the
journey was resumed i
FerewGaU Stones TamcrsTHceM
Go1treGou Yaricocele
GonorrheaGleet Womens Diseases
All dlnases that begin with ferer all Inflam
mationall catarrh all contagions dlMasesall
the re alta of Impure or poisoned blOOd
Innerroni debility UgnoiOBe acta M A Titalli
acooeipUblBK what no drncs can do
50c Bottle Free II
If you need Liquozone and have
never tried it please send us this
coupon We will then mail you an or
for full
der on a local druggist a
size bottle and we will pay the drug
gist ourselves for it This is our free
gift made to convince you to show
you what Liquozone Is and what it
can do In justice to yourself please
accept it today for it places you un
der no obligation whatever
Uquozone costs 50c and L
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
for this offer may not appear apaln Fill out
the blanks and mail it to The Ltquozoce
Company 458464 Wabash Ave Chicago
My disease is
I have never tried Uquoione bat if yon will
supply me a 50e bottle free will take it
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AnT Phyalda o hospital not yca usllll
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MANATEE IS
PROSPEROUS
BUSINESS UNUSUALLY GOOD AND
MANY NEW BUILDINGS ARE
BEING ERECTED
The Manatee Record always a
boomer of that section of the state
In its last Issue contained the follow
ing article on the progress that is
being made by that city
Never before in the history of
Manatee has she enjoyed greater
prosperity than the present
Homeseekers and settlers are pour
ing in dally and our little cityfor the
past few months has put on an air
of city life never known before
Purchases of handsome propertr is
being made daily and neat and attra
tive homes are going up as if by mag
ic on every hand
Two or three substantial store build
ings will shortly be erected and they
will be filled immediately upon com
pletion
The Fair Oaks property which is
being cut up into five and tenacre
blocks is attracting people this way
and when they once see our Provi
dence favored and fertile section but
little trouble is experienced in getting
them to become permanent settlers
i The orange and vegetable interests
I were never in better shape and unless
all signs fail this particular section
will reap the greatest reward in its
history this season from these
sources
I The orange tree is now in full bloom
and happiness and contentment reigns
I supreme in the Land of the Mana
tee
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QUEER IDEAS ABOUT MIAMI
A charming lady who is also an in
teresting and entertaining conversa
tionalist who once lived in St Au
gustine and recently came hero to re
side tells an amusing story based on
a novel construction given to Miami
the beautiful name of this city
I have some little nephews and
nieces up home said the once resi
dent of the ancient city this morning
and during a recent visit to the old
homestead the idea that those youngs
ters formed about the meaning of
Miami was a wonder My name is
Daisy and when I was talking about
coming back home one of them an
nounced that he was coming back with
me and at once commenced making
preparations for the journey When
his father saw that lie was in dead
earnest he said to him Why son
y u cant go to Miami I dont want
to go to your ami blubbered out
the sixyearold I want to go to
Daisys ami Well in spite of all
the explanations tha could be made
the father of one ofthem said some
thing about Miami the next day and
the little fellow with a look of disgust
asked why papa if its Daisys ami
how can it be your ami 1 i
But that is not all of it continued
the teller of the story the other day
after I had returned here one of toe
sweet little rascals bethought himself
to write to me and after he had
worked out his ittetwhIcl1ter
rible undertaking some one asked to
see it just as he was going out to post
it and bless you it had my name print
ed on it in big square letters suffi
ciently plain to be legible and was ad
dressed to Daisys ami in the same
style of penmanship You simply can
not get it out of their heads that Mi
mi means other than my ami that
this place belongs to me So this
city has been rechristeued in our
family and among our circle of ac
quaintances and is now Daisys ami
Miami Record
I S THE GRAY WOLF
His Canning Ii Marveloaa and He h
Difficult to Catch
The cunning of the gray wolf Is mar
velous and it is most difficult to catch
napping He somehow seems to
know that iron is associated with man
A piece of iron anywhere will keep
I him at a distance If you shoot an
I antelope for instance and lust put
I your spur on the carcass you may leave
I it as long as you like and no wolf will
touch it A pocket handkerchief will
do as well
Lobo a great gray wolf who was
the king of the pack at Currumpaw a
vast cattle range in New Mexico was
a thinker as well as a ruler His pack
ate nothing but what they had killed
themselves and thus poison was no
good At last a thousand dollars was
set upon his head This brought a
noted wolf hunter from Texas with
his pack of great wolfhounds But
again there was failure Then two
other hunters came with subtly devis
ed poisons to work his undoing Then
I came on the scene First I tried
poison and there was no combination
of strychnine arsenic and prussle acid
which I did not use I put the poisons
In cheese melted together with kidney
fat and during the whole process I
wore gloves steeped In hot blood And
I scattered the bait all over the ranch
The next morning I went out and
found Lobos tracks with the bait
gone I was delighted I followed the
track and found another bait gone
and yet another Then I found the i
three baits piled upon another one and
covered with filth Lobo had evidently
carried the first three in his mouth
and had taken this means of expressIng
Ing his utter contempt for my devices
But Lobos downfall came about j
through a big white she wolf who was
always with him I managed to catch
her in a trap Then I knew we should I
soon have Lobo Night after night he 1
came around the homestead and mourn
ed his mate in long plaintive howls I
knew he would try to find her body
I set 130 strong steel wolf traps and
In one of these I caught hima mar
tyr to constancy And that was the
end of Lobo Interview With Ernest j
Thompson Seton j
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BLOOD POISON
DEAR SIRS I didnt find out that I I was afflicted with terrible blood dis
S had contracted Contagions Blood Poison ease which was in spots at first but af
until it had made considerable headway terwards spread all over my body These
and fortunately for me the friend that I coon broke out into sores and it is cay
I first consulted had bad some experience to imagine the suffering I endured Be
ffJ with the disease and advised me to take fore I became convinced that the doctors
S S S so I didnt fool with any doctors could do me rio good I had spent a hundred dollars which
but began at once the use of your medicine taking it as di was really thrown away When I had finished my first bottle
rected My friend told me to stick to it and that was what I of S S S I was greatly improved and was deHgbiwi with the
did and got along splendidly from the very first and my re result The large red splotches on my chestINMMUI to grew
covery was rapid I took only about one dozen bottles and paler and smaller and before long disappeared enuraly I re
am now as well as ever When I began S S S my face was gained my lost weight became stronger and My ttPGMe
so full of sores and eruptions that I could not shave and now greatly improved I was soon entirely well ami ay s1 as
there is not a blotch or pimple on my body clear as a piece of glass
204 Oakley St Evansville Ind WALTER WEBEE 58 Clinton St Newark N J II L Mz
Contagious Blood Poison sometimes known as THE BAD DISEASE begins usually with a Utti pimple
or sore and this may be the only external evidence for several weeks but soon the glands in the neck and rlt18
swell pimples and red eruptions break out on the breast and other parts of the body the mouth oad throat y st
sore the tongue heavily coated the hair falls out and as the contamination more thoroughly satnratae Uw
system coppercolored spots and other severe symptoms make their appearance Too often the sufferer turn to
the Mercury and Potash treatment and smothers and hides the disease in the system and when they are left off fee
finds that this masking of the disease ha3 concentrated its strength and it breaks forth again witk coacmmiHg
intensity Mercury and Potash not only fail to cure Blood Poison but produce other severe troubles such as Mer
curial Rheumatism necrosis of the bones and inflammation of the Storaaoh and A
Bowels S S S the great vegetable blood purifier and tonic cures this diBeuo1
and the cure is permanent It goes into the circulation and searches and fiUeza
sss out every particle of the poison gives renewed strength and energy to the blood
and brings back robust and satisfying health It does the work surely and safety
eradicating at the same time any poisons that may have accumulated from the nse
of harmful minerals It is purely vegetable and we offer a reward of JioocyTor
proof that it contains a particle of mineral Our special book on Contagious Blood Poison is a complete trel1ti e
on this disease It will be mailed free to all who ask for it and our physicians will gladly give panonal attention
to the cases of all who write We make no charge whatever for this
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA fA J
MEW BUSINESS
OPENS JUNE I
W W JONES OF CHIPLEY BAN
NER WILL OPEN LAND LOAN
AND INVESTMENT BUSI
NESS IN PENSACOLA
W W Jones editor of the Chipley
Banner who was in Pensacola last I
week is arranging to locate in this
city permanently about June 1
Mr Jones is secretary and treasur
er of the West Florida Land Loan and I
Investment Co which was recently
organized with headquarters in Chip
ley The president of the company
is W A Malone of Mississippi and
the vicepresident is A V Burke of
Greenvllie Ala In order to take ad
vantage of the better facilities which
Pensacola affords for conducting a
land loan and investment business
the headquarters of the company will
be changed to Pensacola June 1 I
4 Mr Jones expects to still retain his
paper at Chipley but he will reside
anddo business in Pensacola
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S Like Finding Money
Finding health is like finding money
so think those who are sick Whea
you have a cough cold sore throat or
chest irritation better act promptly
like W C Barber of Sandy Level Va
He says I had a terrible chest trou
ble caused by smoke and coal dust on
my lungs but after finding no relief
in other remedies I was cured by Dr
Kings New Dlsecovery for Consump
tion Coughs and Colds Greatest
cough or lung medicine in
ale of any I
the world At all druggists 50c and
1 guaranteed Trial bottle free I
THE DARKY
HUNTING GLUB
Continued From Ninth Page
the snapping of whose huge tusks
could have been heard a hundred yards
or more away
Mr Seymour came up just at this
moment and seeing the dangerous
position that his partner was in caned
out climb up higher Gus and re
ceived the following excited reply
Shoot him quick or climb a tree Mr
Seymour he is after us and this titl
is bending
Mr Seymour being near and the
hogs attention being given to the
man up the tree he was enabled to
put in a shot which brought the animal
to the ground dead much to Guss re
lief After making sure S that life was ex
tinct Gus dropped from the tree and
remarked Ill be Joe down town Mr
Seymour If that hog didnt like to get
meThe situation was certainly excit
ing if not dangerous fora few mo
ments and Mr Seymour candidly ad
mitted to our chief of staff Jim Brown
the cook that the reason that he did
not climb a tree was because there
wasnt a tree in reach and he was
afraid to run for fear he would at
tract the attention of his hogship be
fore he could reach a tree
Net resultsback bone spare ribs
and pork roast for camp use
Are You Engaged
Engaged people should remember
that after marriage many quarrels
can be avoided by keeping their diges
tions In good condition with Electric
Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsvllle
S C says For years my wife suf
fered intensely from dyspepsia com
plicated with a torpid liver until she
lost her strength and vigor and be
came a mere wreck of her former self
Then she tried Electric Bitters which
helped her at once and finally made
her entirely well She Is now strong
and healthy All druggists sell and I
guarantee them at 50c a bottle
NOTICE
There will be a regular
invocation of Mount 1
Horeb R A Chapter on
I Monday evening at 730
p m
I WM E ANDERSON
S Secretary
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There is but one firstclass place where
S you may get a fine meal and that is at f
Nicks i
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i the best delicacies the market affords i
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OYSTERS GAME OYSTER GUMBO SHRJMP
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COUNTRY EGGS AND S BUTTER ETC ETC I
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Regular Meals Served from 12 to 2 Daily
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Ladies Cafe and Bouffet Gentlemens Private Parlor
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Its an inconvenience its I
true to rburned ouf butrm Z
safe asIivo sufficient insurance i
S to c coveranyloss may be
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has been carrying Slsxinsurance I 3
with us for years and this ts 2 S
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What happened 16 him may happen to you Hes safe and will i
promptly be paid for the loss How is it with you Better let us S
look after your insurance and do it now 1
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7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 700
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CONSOLIDATED GROCERY co 1 t S
MAIN OFFICE I BRANcHES
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Jacksonville Florida I Savannah Tampa Pensacola
PAID CAPITAL 500000
The Consolidated Grocery Camps ny IB successor to the O B Robert
of Jacksonville the Florid Grocery Company of Jacksonville
Company Naval Stores and Commission
the rrocery branch of the Florida a Company
branch o t theMutual Naval Stores Company
nr TaoTrsonvUlB the grocery ol
I Jacksonville the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company oJ
Tampa we grocer branch of tie Go Naval Stores Company of Pensacola
the grocery branch of the Wet Coast Naval Stores Company of Penjracola
the grocery branch ot the Southern Na val Stores Company ot Savannah
Will handle everything In Heavy and Ught Groceries Graln omestle
and Imported Groceries Turpentlna Tools etc State Agent for the WhIte
Hickory Turpentine Wagons
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Merchants Transfer Co
Thorsen Frater Managers
Hauling of every description Safes and Machinery moved S
Special attention given to Baggage day or night
Phones 633 and 978 P O Box 677
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