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That our Kali and
Winter line " of Men's
Suits is the largest yet
shown here in Pensaco
la. r ,
That every garment
is made with care,
which means long wear.
That the quality of
cloth used in their mak
ing is all wool.
That the fit is as near
perfect as ready-made
clothes can be bought to
fit. .
Occasionally . we have
a man call that is hard
to fit and probably the
coat' needs a little alter
ing, the result is we call
our expert tailor who is
employed here in ' the
store. , ;
rA slight alteration
of course but we'll
guarantee the suit will
fit you. ;
$15 to $35
Seeing our suits is ap
preciating them. Why
not come and look?
The John White Store
Florida's Greatest Store for Men
and Boys.
20&-211 S. Palafox Street.
Ask the
He will tell you he
owes half his success to, .
The Empire
It's the way to per
fect laundry service.
Our phone
Weit Florida's Oldest Furniture
Exclusive Agent Globe. Wernicke
Book Cases.
Piano Factory to You.
"Kranlch . Bath," "Gold String Scho
vtacher," "Lester,' "Emerson," "Linda,
man," -, "Chlckerlng.', . Player Pianos
"Ceclllao," "Lester," and cheaper. Player
Music, cut prices. Factory agents.
The Clutter Music House.
Tht "Win A A W-,.
page is one of the great fea
tures of this paper. Read it.
specials This
$1.25 Cast Steel Axes 65c.
25c Rubber Heels (the
'dnd that wears), 10c pair.
10c Hammer Handles, 2
For 5c.
25c White Stamped Cen
terpieces, 10c.
25c Velvet Ribbon, 10c yd.
123 South Palafox Street.
(Continued from Page Five)
son and Gertrude Widmer, of New
York, were the bridesmaids. Mr. Ed
ward Cummins, of Chicago, was Mr.
Gibson's best man, and Messrs. Ches
ter Norton and Arthur Middieton
acted as the ushers. The bridal party
entered through an aisle, extending:
from the hall through the drawing
room, andformed of white standards,
to which were tied bunches of white
chrysanthemums. The ceremony took
place in the reception room, before an
improvised altar decorated with as
cension lilies and silver candelabra
holding: waxen tapers. . The bride en
tered with her father, by whom she
was given In marriage. Her bridal
robe of white satin was a draped
model and was elaborately trimmed
In silk and silver lace. The bodice
..'as made entirely of the lace and was
cut square in the front and a very
deep V in the back, with long sleeves.
It was finished witoh a, girdle .of silver
and tulle with a large butterfly bow
in tho front. The skirt was made
with a fish train, and on each side
of the train was a flounce of silver
and silk lace. The bride's long tulle
veil of illusion was adjusted by a.
bandeau of white lilacs. She carried
a shower bouquet of lilies of the
valley. The costumes worn "by the
matrons of honor were alike. They
were of peachblow satin, veiled in
king's blue silk net. The bodices,
which were V neck and with short
sleeves, had almost invisible folds of
net outlining the neck. Around the
sleeves and on the -corsage were
ruches of king's velvet. The skirts
were round length with three ruffles
of net edged with the velvet ruches, j
In the front of the waist was a large
velvet peach blossom and the waist
line in the back was finished with a
blue velvet bow with long ends. With
these costumes the matrons of honor
wore ; brown tulle hats and carried
bouquets of Mrs. Ward's roses. The
bridesmaids wore gowns similar in
design to those worn by the matrons
of honor. They were made of peach -blow
satin and veiled in pink net,
with ruches of pink velvet. The
bridesmaids wore hats jot tulle and
carried - Killarney roses. In every
room were effective decorations, white
chysanthemums and lilies being used
in . profusion. Piumosa and smilax
were festooned over the doorways and
winodows. The chandeliers and side
lights were hidden under the green-
The rail of the stairway was draped
with a delicate border of green. The
orchestra, wnich was seated in the
hall behind a screen of greens, played
the wedding march from "Lohengrin"
and othei" selections during the after
noon. The ceremony wa-s followed by
a reception. The table 'in the dusing-
room had a cluny lace cover in the
center of which was a mound of white
chrysanthemums and lilies. The sil
ver colonial candlesticks held white
tapers and white chrysanthemum
shades. On each - end of the tables
were candy baskets tied 'with satin
ribbon- and filled with cakes and can
dy. On another table was placed the
bridal cake, which was ornamented
with glace lilies and ribbon. Mrs.
Primrose and Dockstac'er's Minstrels.
TonigTit is the late of Primrose and
Dockstader's Minstrels and judging by
the sale of tickets will play to a big
house, because, everyone is anxious to
Sfe these two noted artists togeteher.
Possibly-the highest sort of compli
ment to this attraction is the verdict
of the Atlanta , Journa 1 last week,
which follows: , -t
Your old-fashioned theatergoer who
recalls "the good old days" and be
moans the change from the mellow
plays of bygone years teo .the shallow
flippancy or suggestive sensationalism
of the present age. this one should
have been, if he was" not, present
Thursday night at the Atlanta theater
when Lew' Dockstader and 'George
Primrose brought back genuine old
time minstrelsy to Atlanta.
The show stands and succeeds on
the intrinsic merit of the best of
songs, both new and familiar, really
funny jokes, limber dancers, and unri
valled singers. It is the people, not
the scenery, that mnakes the Dock-starler-Primrose
show without peer. j
Yhiie Primrose and Dockstader s
minstrels smack at times of the vaude-
villian in that many of the show's fea
tures were at one time In the same
circuit that plays-Atlanta, this charac
terlstic adds rather, than, detracts to
what may be summed up as arr ideal
minstrel show.
Primrose and Dockstader themselves
were welcomed Thursday night by
many old friends Lew is the same old
Lew as of yore, a little huskier, a litetl
fatter, a little funnier. He had Uncle
George out Thursday night, and Uncle
Oeorge brought down the house in ac
cordance with his custom.
And George Primrose ! George is
something like that old brook of Ten
nyson's. And not only does he go on
forever, apparently, but his flow ap
pears to he as equable and pleasing
as it was on the upper reaches of the
stream. George Primrose has made
soft-shoe dancing a classic, and al
though 'tis hardly possible that, George
can shake a foot as actively as he did
fifteen years back, yet to snany in
Thursday night's audience it seemed
as if that graceful dancer beyond the
sheen of the footlights was the same
fellow that was so popular here years
The first act of Primrose and Dock
stader's minstrels is typical of the old
style minstrel. "Happy Jack" Lam
bert is the funniest of funny end
men. and so is Tom Brown. Even the
interlocutor, generally a rather cheap
figurehead in a minstrel show, in the
person of Harry Sievers assumes
pleasing proportions.
All the voices were good, and blend
ed perfectly in the old home songs and
the popular rags and ballads of the
day. From grand opera to the best of
coon songs their repertoire ran the
gamut, and everybody went home with
"Tennessee Moon" Itumming through
their heads.
It was a great show, such a show as.
can oc found, only where two such
jovial fellows as Lew Dockstader and
George Primrose are together. Come
back. Lew! Come back, George!
You'll always find a welcome at At
lanta's front door. We like you and
we like your show. -
Saved His Foot.
H. D. Ely of Bantem. O. suffered from
horrible ulcer on his foot for four
years. Doctors advised amputation,
but he refused and reluctantly tried
Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a last re
sort. He then wrote: "I used yoi
salve and my foot was soon complete
ly cured." Best remedy for burns,
cut, bruises and eczema. Get a box
today. Only 25c. AH druggists or by
mail. H. E. Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia
or St. LsCN
iNorxon, moiner or tne Dride, wo: f a
flesh-colored charmeuse. The bc:ce
and upper part of the skirt was veiled
in black net, hand-embroidered in ijet
and steel beads. The lower part of
the skirt was made of black char
meuse, Mrs. Charles H. .Gibson, moth
er of the bridegroom, 'was gowned in
black satin with a drapery of brown
net, embroidered in gold. She wore -a
sash of rose ribbon with this. Mrs.
Gibson wore a hat of black velvet. Mr.
and Mrs. Gibson left the same evening
for White Sulphur Springs for a short
stay before going to New York. Be
fore returning they will be the guests
of Mrs. Gibson's sister, Mrs. Kenneth
Castleraan, and Lieutenant Castleman,
at Annapolis. Upon" tHelr return to
Louisville .they will go to housekeep
ing in an apartment in the San3 Souci
Several young men friends of Millie
Swaine and Mr. J. T. Quina. of Mo
bile, whose wedding is an event of
Wednesday, will entertain for them
this evening with a dance at the San
Carlos hotel, their other guests to be
the bridal party, the out-of-town
guests to the wedding, and a few
other friends.
Yesterday they were entertained
with a theatre party, several young
men being hosts, and 'the afternoon
proving one of much pleasure.
There is a great deal of interest
in the marriage of .Miss Mary Eliza
beth Campbell, of DeFuniak, and Mr.
Oliver Brawner, of Pen saco la, which
is to .be solemnized on the evening of
Wednesday, November 26. at the First
Presbyterian church in DeFuniak with
Dr. Lynn R. Walker as the cele
brant. .
A color tone of yellow and wlfcte
has been planned and the chrysanthe
mum will be the flower used In ;the
decorative scheme. The bride's gown I
will be of white charmeuse embroid- I
ered in chrysanthemums and trimmed J
with rare old family lace.1 Her at
tendants "are to be gowned in yellow
and white and carry armsful of chrys
anthemums. t .
Mis3 Campbell will have as her
maid-of-honor her sister, Miss lone
Campbell, and her bridesmaids are to
be Miss Irene McSween, Miss Kath
erine Gillis, of DeFuniak, and Miss
Gladys Farrior, of Chipley..
Mr. Wiley Thomas. of .Pensacola,
will stand with Mr. Brawner at his
marriage and the groomsmen are to
be Mr. James Brawner, of Andalu
sia, Mr. John McKinnon and Mr. Wal
lace Campbell, of DeFuniak.- ;
Two little nieces of the bride-elect.
Rosalin Campbell, of DeFuniak, and
Mary Campbell, of Pensacola, will act
as flower girls. .
The wedding music will be furnished
by .Miss Mary Campbell, organist, and
Miss Kate -Morrison, who is to sing.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Brawner will leave DeFuniak
for Pensacola, where they are to make
their home with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brawner. on North
Palafox street.
Among the out-of-town guests! for
the marriage win be Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Brawner, Mr. and, Mrs. Fleming
Brawner, Mr. and Mrs. Patillo Camp
bell and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sowell, of
. Of their recent marriage the Nash
ville Banner has the following- account
of the Quina-Fitzhuh wedding::
"Miss Mary Lucretia Kitzhugrh and
Mr. Gregory J. Quina. Ja., of Pensa
cola. Fla., were quietly married Wed
nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at St.
Joseph's church. The only attendants
were Mrs. Molly Joyce and Mr. An
thony Riera, of Pensacola. The. bride
wore a tailored suit of mahogany-col
ored cloth, with a black hat trimmed
with gold lace and French plumes.
"After the wedding an informal re
ception was. held at the bride's home.
Mr. and Mrs. Quina left for Pensacola
on the 9:03 train. The out-of-town
guests were the mother of the groom,
Mrs. Gregory J. Quina, Sr.. and little
daughter. Miss Gertrude Rickert, of
Dickerson; Messrs. Anthony Riera and
T. W. Mayne, of Pensacola.
Ridgely Lady Tells of Her
Fierce Struggle and How
She Finally Won.
Ridgely, Tenn. "If it had not been
for Cardui, the woman's tonic," says
Mrs. Jennie Estes of this .town, "I
honestly believe I would have been in
my grave today. Therefore, I want to
say something good for Cardui, but I
can't begin to say enough.
I was sick abed with womanly trou
bles. from February until October, and
was in very bad condition. I was
treated three or four times a week,
but it did me no good.
: I battled between life and death, and
my husband thought surely. I would
One day, I thought I would give Car
dui, the woman's tonic, a. trial. I had
no confidence in it, at all, but bought
a bottle. In a few days, I was up and
doing my housework. Now, I have
gained 15 pounds and feel as well as I
ever felt in my life.
I advise all sick and suffering women
to try Cardui. It cured me when all
other medicines failed."
.If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or
suffer from any of the pains peculiar
to weak women, suoh as headache,
backache, pains in arm, side or limbs,
or any other symptoms of; womanly
trouble, you are urged to "try Carlui,
the woman's tonic. : "We think it will
help you.
X. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept..
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga,
Tenn., for Special Instructions . and 64-
nase booK. "Home ureairaenx ior
Women," sn't in plain wrapper on re-
Style-Plus Suits $17.00 the
World Over
Have you read the guarantee that goes with every
suit? If not come in and let us show you. We make the.
positive assertion you can't buy better for $25.00. "Make
us j5rove it.
We make a specialty of $2.00 Hats. Every style
made. '
Greatest line of women's and children's Tan Button
Shoes in West Florida.
Saturday evening Judge and Mrs.
C. B. Parkhill were host and-hostess
at a very brilliant ball, which they
gave at the Tampa Country Club In
compliment, to their daughter. Miss
Barbara Parkhill, whom they formally
introduced to society, says the Tampa
This was the opening formal social
event of the season and the pretty
club was never more beautifully dec
orated nor merrier than when this
attractive young girl made her formal
bow to society.
The reading room where the recep
tion line stood was a bower of beauty
with its magnificent floral decoration
pink and green being artistically
combined. Masses of pink and white
chrysanthemums, potted plants and
ferns made a lovely setting for the
daintily gowned receiving line and
others assisting. The mantel was
adorned -with vases of pink Killarney
roses and ferns and silver candelabra
held pink tapers. The lights were
shaded in pink and during the recep
tion of the guests and later for the
dancing. Gourlie's orchestra rendered
a beautiful musical- program.
The ball room was most attractive
with Its. decoration of ferns and flow
ers. Arches over the doorways and
vines, fern and flowers and potted
plants outlined the wall, The large
mantel at the end of the room was
banked with beautiful pink Killarney
roses and fern and silver candelabra
held pink tapers. A lovlier scene could
not have been found for this delight
ful function.
The guests were met at the reading
room door by Mrs. Sheldon Stringer,
Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs. H. T.
Lykes, Jr. In the receiving stood
Judge and Mrs. Parkhill, Miss Bar
bara Parkhill, honoree of the evening,
and the four other charming debu
tantes of the season, Miss Grace Free
man. Miss Gertrude McFadden, Miss
Gertrude Cornish and Miss Margaret
Fuller, whose debut party will be the
main social event-of next week.
Mrs. Parkhill's gown was pink crepe
meteor, entrain; with a tunic of silver
and crystal embroidered black' net.
She carried a bouquet of Maryland
Miss Parkhill wore a becoming ere-
ation of white accordion pleated chif
fon, over satin, with bodice and tunic
effect of shadow lace, edged with
white' fur. A wreath of tiny French
rose buds edged the neck, . and . her
flowers were American Beauty roses.
Her costume was dancing .length.
' During the Intermission dainty refreshments-were
served. There were
about 250 guests present and very
on enjoyed the' occasion to the fullest
Miss Parkhill .is a very attractive
young girl. She is the granddaugh
ter of the. late Judge Joseph B, Wall,
who was one of the most prominent
judges of the state for years. , Miss
Parkhill r was born in Pensacola and
lived here during her childhood. - The
family later moved to Tallahassee,
where Judge ' Parkhill was a member
of the supreme court for seven years.
Judge ParkiH and family moved to
Tampa something over a year ago and
since that time his daughter has been
one of the most popular members- of
the younger social set. She is a very
talented girl and former student oT the
Woman's College at Tallahassee. Her
mother's girlhood home was Tampa
and they have many friends in that
city and vicinity, as well as at many
other points in the state.
Miss Parkhill's debut was one of
the most interesting and brilliant
events of the social season.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker WiHis, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Smithwick, Mr. and
Mrs. Burr, and Dr. M. E.' Quina, made
up one of the recent pleasant theatre
parties at the Empress.
The matinee and evening parties are
becoming very popular at this little
play house.
Among the passengers sailing on the
steamship Kaiser Wilhelm II, of the
North German IJoyd line on .Nov.
18th, from New York for London,
Paris and Bremen, was Mr. Edward
Lutz, of Pensacola.
Senator and Mrs. Duncan IT. Fletch
er, and their daughters. Miss. Nell
Fletdher and Mrs. Thomas ffunion
Kemp, arrived Friday .night from
Washington for a brtei stay at their
home in Jacksonville.
The Plain Person.
(Continued from Page Five)
I knew her magic had. been used.
"It wasn't me," said Nan, comfort
ably, without caring a rap about her
English. "It wasn't me. it was Mrs.
Quinn." - -
I began to think isan was a ntue
mad. With Bubbles and the Plain
Person and Mrs. Quinn all mixed up
together, my head began to spin. and.
as I always do when Nan exasperates
me, I ' caught her by her plump shoul
ders and shook her, soundly. ,
The Beauty. Shop, you know," she
said,' wriggling from my grasp. And
tbjen politely added, "Stupid f
. & O. Clothing Store
for High-Class Clothing at Reasonable Prices."
Annua Sale of Winter Millinery Now On
Ready-to Wear
and Velvet Shapes
Meetings of Pensacola Club Women.
The Nomads
Mrs. W. R. Gonzalez was hostess
to The Nomads yesterday afternoon,
entertaining for Mrs. S. R. Mallory
Kennedy, the program, as previously
announced, was carried out, Miss Fan
Warren reading an interesting paper,
"Adams: News. New Issues and New
Parties," and Mrs. Thomas Hannah
contributing an essay on "Highways
and Waterways."
About eighteen members were
present, the afternoon being one of
especial interest.
The Caxtons
The largest gathering of the season
characterized the meeting of The Cax
tons yesterday afternoon, when Mrs.
J. McL.. Gillis entertained, with Miss
Effle Duncan leading.
Byron, Wordsworth and Burns were
discussed and short biographies cf
each given with criticisms of their
contemopraries In English letters.
At the next meeting, Miss Green
will act as hostess with Mrs. Eugene
Reese leading, the subject to be Cur
rent Events. '
Dorcas Society
Mrs. A. D. Morrison will be hostess
this afternoon at 3:30 to the Dorcas
Society of the Knox Presbyterian
church. .
G. I. A. to B. L. E.
The G. I. A. of the B. of Ii. E. will
hold Its regular meeting this after
noon at two o'clock at the K. of P.
hall. All members are urged to at
tend, and visiting members were cor
dially invited to be present.
Wo quarreled all the way down
town. -
"You never can believe anything
without an ocular : demonstration,"
said Nan. crossly. "And I loathe ele
But there's no use to pay any at
tention to Nan. She always either
loves or loathes evertyhing. She says
she's simply crazy about the Beauty
Shop. And so am I.
It is in the Blount .'building, and
you ask the elevator elevator boy, and
then turn to your right.
It is dear No, not dear, but dar
ling. There is the little reception room,
and then two cunning shampooing and
dressing rooms.
Why, it's the nicest place in the
world to spend the morning, when you
are tired or blue. It cheers you up to
know that you are being beautified.
It is all very well to say that beauty
Is only skin deep. Those old pro
verbs are worn threadbare. Beauty
is as Beauty does her hair and her
cails and her skin, these days.
One can get a manicure at The
Beauty Shop, or one can run in and
have the hair shampooed and dried
while you wait. And your own hair .
on your own head, at that. And after
Aunt Sally's Advice
to Beauty Seekers.
Red Nose. The nose is a more delicate
organ than most people imagine. It
should be touched as little as possible.
For undue redness the treatment recom
mended in following paragraph will be
found effective. Apply without rubbing.
Muddv Skin. The sanest, safest and
surest method of giving a clear, healthy,
transparent appearance to the complex
Ion is to apply ordinary mercolized wax
every night for from one to two weeks.
This wax. obtainable at any drug store
(one ounce is sumcJant). actually uuces
nff a bad ccymplexion by gently and
gradually absorbing the thin veil of sur
face skin. The new skin then in evidence
la as fresh and velvety as a young
girl's. The wax is applied like cold
cream and washed off mornings.
'Wrinkles. A harmless lotion made as
follows has been found very effective in
cases of wrinkles and crow sfeet: Pow
dered aaxolite. 1 oz. dissolved in witch
hazel, H pt. Bathe the face in this daily -for
awhile. Woman's Realm. (adv)
97 m
Monday Afternoon ' Euchre
The Monday Afternoon Euchre Club
was pleasantly entertained yesterday,
Miss Kate Cusachs winning first
prize, Mrs. I. T. Faulkner, consola
tion. Mrs. G. J. TTngerer, lone hand,
and Mrs. George Touart, booby.
Miss Cusachs will be hostess at the
next meeting.
Pastime Euchre
The meeting of the Pastime Euchre
Club has been postponed from Wed
nesday to Thursday evening, when
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Commyns will
Daughters of Isabella
The Daughters of Isabella will meet
on Wednesday evening at 7:30. the
occasion being the anniversary of the
organization. The election of officers
will take place at a meeting later
in the season.
Home and School Leagu No. 40 ..
- - The Home and School League of
Nc. 40 will meet at the school house
Wednesday afternoon' at three o'clock.
Meeting Minnewawa Camp
The Minnewawa Camp will meet
this afternoon at School No. 40, and
all members are requested to attend.
Parents'-Teachers' Association P H. S
The Parents' -Teachers' Association
of the Pensacola High School will
meet this afternoon at 3.00. All pa
rents and patrons of the students are
cordially invited to attend this meet
it is dry, one can have it curled and
dressed, and it is simply lovely. At
least Nanette's and the Plain Per
son's was.
It's awfully interesting to see all
the paraphernalia for being beautiful.
Mrs. Quinn deals in hot air. But It's
worth while with her. It will dry
your hair before you can say the
Alphabet backwards or the multipli
cation table upside down. It's all done
with electricity, all the drying and
curling, but not the hair-dressing
that is done by hand. And in the
latest mode, too.
One may have one's face massaged,
or one's nails manicured, as well as
one's hair shampooed and dressed.
The Plain Person and Nan aren't
the only converts. I've found that out.
There are others lots of "em.
The Beauty Shop is awfully popular,
just before a wedding. And I don't
wonder. For the most beautiful bride
wants to be more beautiful. That's
superlative, but true. And that's
what Beauty Shops are for. Not only
to make Plain Persons pretty, but
pretty ones prettier.
Are you plain or pretty?
at the
Tickets now selling at
Picture .
For the Holidays should be left
with us now before the usual
rush of Christmas orders.
and a
Magnificent assortment of
Ready to Use Frames await
your choosing.
Ball Book and!
Novelty Co.
Society Stationers.
Phone 912.
Bon it a Theatre
Refined Photo Plays
"Come on
This is a good cigar.
It represents the best
efforts of cigar makers
of twenty years' experi
ence, and it's called
It's the' "best nickel,
cigar you ever smoked,
or we're no judge of a
Evenr dealer has them.
Lewis Bear
Wholesale Distributer.-,.
Dally, 7:45 and 9:15 p. m.
Thl Week Allen A Quina' Aviation
Glrl. Matinee Ev'Ty Afternoon, 3:30.
West Intendencla Street.
A. H. McLEOD & CO.,
Tents, Awnings,
Gladly Furnished.
Phena 1176.
602-606 S. Palafox.
Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Gulf Steamship Co.
MILLVILLE. And All Points en St. Andrews Bay.
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m.
for Mobile, Ala.
, Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Leaves Penaaeola Tuesday 6:00 p.
mn tor at. Arwrewi, Millvilie, Apa
lachicola, Carrabelfc and Intermediate
General Freight and Passenger Agent,
Pensacola, r la. Phone 653.
Shoes Half-Soled In 15 Minutes.
Called For and Delivered.
511 South Palafox.
Masonic Temple. Hours 8.12 and 2-5.
Phona 1330.
Eleven years experience In the treat
ment of all rub-acuta and chronic dis
eases, such a Asthma, Backache, Bil
iousness, Bronchitis, Constipation
Cramps. Coughs, olds. Byspepsia, Eyt
and Ear Disorders. Diseases of Women
headache. Insomnia. Kidney and Uvei
troubles. Lumbaxo, Nervousness. Neu
raltla, Neuritis. Paralysis, plies. Rheu
matism. Stomach Diseases, Sciatica
Spinal Curvature. Stilt Neck. Stiff Jolata
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