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MILES OF VARYING LENGTH.
Measures of Distance Differ Greatly in
Among the English-speaking peoples
of the earth there are four different
mileg the ordinary mile of 5,280 feet
and the geographical mile of 6,085 feet,
making a difference between the two of
about one-eeventh ; then there are the
Scotch mile of 5,928 feet and the Irish
Ttnile of 6,720 feet four various miles,
every one of which is still in use. Then
almost every country has its standard
mile. The German mile today is 24,318
feet, more than four and a half times
as long as ours. The Dutch,' Danish
and Prussian mile is 18,499 feet, thiee
and a half times as long as ours, and
the Swiss get more exercise in walking
one of their miles than we get in walk
ing five of ours, for their mile is 9,153
Piso's Core is the best medicine we ever
used for all affections of the throat and
lungs. Wm. O. Esdslkt, Vauburen, Ind.,
Feb. 10, 1900.
New Zealand Dairy Business.
The dairy business is increasing rap
idly in New Zealand, and the govern
ment is doing all in its power, to boost
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Ha.8 Always Bought
bobrikoff Gets Sensitive.
Governor General Bobriakoff - has
commanded the Finnish local govern
ment to make extensive preparations
for the Noi thern Scientific congress, as
it would be most regrettable if any
thing should occur to give the foreign
visitors an unfavorable impression of
the conditions in Finland. The loral
government is quite willing, however,
that the visitors should realize fully
what Bobrikoff has done for Finland.
PITTO P ermanentiy Curoa So nts or nerronenoss
MO after first .laf's nteof Dr. Kline's Great Ner
Restorer. Send for FRE E 94.00 trial bottle and treat
is. PB.B.U. Kline. Ltd.. D31ArchSt..PliUadolilUia,i
Rough on Pa.
"What is a vacuum, ma?"
"That part of your father that is di
rectly under his hair."
Nils Dvag, a farmer living some miles
from Rorvik, earns some extra moeny
by capturing eagles. He knows wheie
the nests are and scale? the high cliffs
and takes the young, which he sells
for good priecs in Chifietiania. He has
had many fights with the parents, but
never harms or kills them, as by their
death his source of revenue would be
"Haven't you any occupation?"
asked the woman at the kitchen door,
after listening to his tale of woe.
"Yes, ma'am," said Tuffold Knutt,
"I am a hunter."
"A hunter? Of what?"
Agree to Norway's Demands.
The Swedish-Norwegian commission
to draft a plan for the revision of the
consular system of Sweden and Norway,
proposes separate services for" the two
kingdoms. This was generally expeeted
in both cos, and in nntieNorway rfo
other solutf the difficuion olt question
would havn acceptable.e bee
Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnsiow's Sooth
Im: Syrup the best remedy to use for their
cuiluren during the teething period.
What Had He Done.
Husband (reiding the paper) What
fools some men will make of tq;em
selves. Wife Now.H enry, dear, what have
you done this time?
Water in Wood.
Green wood contains fully 45 per
cent of water, and thorough seasoning
usually expels 36 per cent of this fluid.
M illions of snfii'rers use Hamlin's Wiz
ard Oil for pain every year and call it
blosse.1. Ask your druggist; he knows.
Heard in a Book Store.
"I enpiiose that work in sixty vol-1
nines ie an encyclopedia?"
"No; it is called 'The Love Letters
of a Mormon Elder.' "
Dolly I believe Julia Gibbs is a
Dolly I went to sell her a ticket to
our piacnica nd she sold me one.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
Ace Fac-SImlla Wrapper Bete.
Vary email amd mm easy
FOR TORPID LIVER.
rOI SALLOW SKIM.
rOR THE COMPLEX! 01
t . ... oamon mutmm matms. 1
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
r.i:fl, wktuf All flSf fillS.
Beat Coun Sirup. Tastes Good, til
In time. poia dt ornrom.
DIED FOR ANOTHER.
OF THREE SONS.
They Voluntarily Submitted to Be
Devoured by a Pack of Hungry Wolves
in Order to Save Their Old Father
from a Similar Fate.
.When Scaevola, in the days of ancient
Rome, to show bis contempt for a ty
rant's power, thrust his right hand into
a fire and beld it there until it was
consumed, he gave an example of sub
lime courage and daring which poets
and orators hare since immortalized.
! But the story is only a legend.
J Infinitely greater than the legendary
' -1 ,1 O ' . 1 f M 1 1
ueeu Mi. 3i;iie uiii, uecuusu ui me sacri
fice, was the action of three young men
in Russia, according to a story which
! has come from the fur northern govern
ment of Archangel, along the borders
of the White soa, who voluntarily
faced death in its most awful form and
knowingly embraced it that they might
by the sacrifice of themselves, save the
father whom they each loved and rev
erenced. The names of these heroic
young men are not revealed, but their
devotion is worthy a place at the head
of the highest deeds of self-sacrifice.
The young men and their father set
out to make a journey by sleigh from
Archangel to a village 150 miles dis
tant along the shores of the White sea.
They had taken a supply of ammuni
tion so as to be provided against an at
tack by wolves, with which the region
is overrun. Unfortunately a storm so
dampened the powder that it was use
less, and before their stock could be
renewed the dreadful wolves to the
number of 200 appeared. Knowing that
If they remained together they would
all perish, the sons determined upon a
aesperate scheme through which it was
hoped one or more of the party might
escape. The scheme was for one of
them to leave the conveyance and give
fight to the wolves, thereby delaying
the latter in their pursuit of the sleigh.
When he fell, as undoubtedly he would,
the wolves would stop to devour him
and probably to fight among them
selves, for injured wolves, especially
when stained with blood, are frequent
ly eaten by their stronger comrades.
The delay would give the occupants of
the sleigh a possible chance of escape.
But if the wolves again grew hot in
the trail another of the brothers was
to make a sacrifice of himself, and so
on until the father remained.
To determine who would be the first
victim the sons drew lots and the
choice fell upon the youngest Grasp
ing his knife and with an affectionate
adieu to his father and brothers, he
waited until the leaders of the wolves
were at the back of the sleigh and he
could almost feel their hot breath as
their red, hungry tongues shot out in
rage and their baleful eyes shone in
savage ferocity. And then with a com
mitting prayer to Heaven he Jumped
to the ground, sheathing bis knife in
the first brute that reached him. Again
and again the bloody knife was raised
and as often found a fleshy scabbard
until overpowered by numbers he was
dragged to the ground and torn to
For the occupants of the sleigh, which
was speeding along as fast as the pow
erful horses could draw it, it seemed
but a few minutes before the cries of
the wolves again filled their ears, and
soon the leaders of the now thoroughly
maddened pack were up to the sleigh.
Lots were hastily drawn and the second
son, knife in band, jumped out and
faced the Infuriated beasts.
He did not die unavenged. For a lit
tle later, as the pack again took the
trail and came in sight there was not
over half a hundred of them. The two
young men must have made awful
havoc among them to so deplete their
numbers, for even allowing that the
sated ones fell out of the trail, the
number killed or so Injured that they
were devoured by their companions
.As the leaders again came up to the
sleigh the remaining son, after implor
ing his father to drive to the utmost
and if necessary to turn two of the
horses back toward the pack and ride
the other to some possible place of
safety, jumped out of the conveyance
and faced the animals with his knife.
Only imagination can picture that
scene, for the third son perished as the
other two. But the father was. not
again pursued by the wolves. The de
lay saved his life, and he reached a
settlement in safety, to tell the horri
ble story of his escape and of the sub
lime deaths of his heroic children.
WEEDS THAT POISON MEN.
Animals Cun Eat Them Without the
Slightest Injurious Effect..
Out of weed study is certain to come
remarkable information, for the poison
ous plants are the most strangely con
stituted and given to astounding varia
tions. For instance, the common poke
berry presents a spectacle of contradic
tory qualities. Birds eat the berries,
which to men are poisonous. Cattle may
eat the leaves when green and fresh,
but if perchance they should eat a
wilted leaf it would poison them. The
roots are deadly poison, yet the shoots
which grow up six inches high In the
spring are an excellent food for man
the rival of asparagus and equally
healthful Science has at last paused
to Inquire why this should be so, and
some day the chemical action which
can make a deadly poison by wilting a
leaf when the fresh one 1 harmless
will be discovered. -
Similarly it has - been observed of
American false hellebore or itchweed
that the seeds are poisonous to chick
ens, and that the leaves and roots are
poisonous to men and horses, bat. that
sheep and elk, which chew the cud,
seem to relish the plant. In all the poi
son, when In the system, acts alike,
paralyzing the heart and spinal cord.
The poisonous element of corncockle
has not yet been explained, but its curi
ous action has already been observed.
When extracted it mixes freely with
water, froths like soap and, though
odorless, will when Inhaled produce
violent sneezing. Caper spurge, the
common gopher plant or spring wort,
is curious in that the mere handling of
it will poison to the extent of producing
pimples and often gangrene. It is a
thing that cattle can eat without barm,
and goats eat freely, but the milk of
the latter .will then be deadly poision.
In men a moderate dose will produce
general collapse and death in a few
hours. The poision of the sneeze weed
develops mostly In the showy yellow
flowers and is violent. The young
plants are comparatively harmless and
even in the mature ones the poison
varies greatly some having scarcely
any at all.
In the case of this plant and the
woolly and stemless loco weed some ef
fort has been made o find out where
they get their deadly poisons. That
of the loco weed is a most subtle
thing. The poison of the woolly loco
produces strange hallucinations in its
victims. It affects the eyesight and
silently reaches one after another of
the vital functions, killing the victim,
In two years time.
Some animals after eating it refuse
every other kind of food and seek only
this. They endure a lingering period
of emaciation, characterized by sunken
eyeballs, lusterless hair and feeble
movements, and eventually die of star
vation. So mystic an element gather
ed from the earth and the air naturally
causes wonder and the desire to know
what such things may be and why
they are. Ainslee's Magazine.
There Isabel we Noah well
Woo'd by a bashful feller.
For Theodora of this belle
Adored but dared not Ella.
At last one Eve upon the porch
In Ernest tones he pleaded,
He'd give up Paul to win her heart
Her love was Saul he needed.
"I wish that Ida heart to give,"
Unto herself she Seth
"If Phebe Levi am a flirt
His Si will close in death."
He'd Caesar Randal little while
As Titus he was Abel
From his big Guy a tender Luke
Beamed Dora tresses sable.
No sooner Adelaide his arm .
About her waist so clever,
Than up she Rose Andrew away
She wouldn't have it never!
In vain did he for Mercy Sue
This foolish swain Elijah.
"Oh, Hugo 'Ira hall," she jeered,
"I never could Abijah!"
He ne'er came Mary time again
And never after seen 'er
And he's grown Grace since that sad day
While she's grown Evelina.
DRAGGING FOR FLOUNDERS.
How tbe Net la Constructed and
The scheme of our fishermen was to
scrape the bottom at a slow pace. The
net was a good sixty feet in length, a
sort of twine fence that rose to a
height of thirty feet or so at the middle
part and tapered to six or seven feet
at the ends, which were each bound
with a stout piece of wood and bridled
on to the drag-lines that led to the
On these drag-lines were short wood
een slats, of about the stoutness of
fence palings, placed from six to eight
feet apart. Twisting and twirling and
ever moving forward, the slats were
calculated to create a panic among any
flounders that might be outlying and
scare them toward the center of the
line of advance.
The flounder is a slow swimmer, and
it is a sedately moving arrangement
indeed, that does not overtake him. He
Is not only a slow fish, but also one
of placid ways, and when overtaken by
the advancing line of netting, it is his
habit to seek a quiet spot. The quiest
est spots that he can find In a hurried
search are the Inviting pockets that
open out. left and right on the net
These pockets were sufficiently wide
and hospitable to enwrap a wine cask
at the entrance, but at the inner end,
so rapidly do they taper, It would take
no infantile arm to wedge in a work
ingman's dinner paiL
The crew of a flounder sloop are two
in number; sometimes It is two grown
men, sometimes a man and a well
grown boy. In this case, Charlie, the
Minna's skipper, was a fair-headed fel
low of 26 or 28, compact muscular and
active. The boy, August 16 years of
age. was a short and stock boy, rather
slow to grasp an Idea, but a af exec-
ntive once he understood what It wubj
that his captain ordered. '
During this dragging operation, says
James B. Connolly, In Scribner's. with
the vesseL sailing always across and
sometimes almost Into the wind, the
crews take things comfortably. Every
thing was working nicely by 8 o'clock,
and then our two skippers had an easy
time of It to watch each other and sail
their parallercourses;-and, with drag
ging lines taut and with the net is the
right place, with everything working
properly, it became the boy's business
to boil the coffee for breakfast
The President's Church.
The head of 80,000,000 of people wor
ships In what is probably the smallest
"city church in the United States. The
dimensions of the little building are
26x51 feet. It is a quaint miniature of
a chapel, with a tiny, though orthodox,
steeple. -Otherwise It is bare of or
namentation, within or without Save
for their pine . board backs, its cush
ionless pews are like the-rough-hewn
benches of frontier schools.
No carriages roll up to. the Presi
dent's church. He himself invariably
walks. And there is no hint of half
heartedness nor backsliding i his
tread,, for his sturdy gait serves the
President In his Sunday pilgrimages as
wellas his secular tramps to Cabin
The little German Reformed church
has a membership of 200, with sittings
for only 175. Before 10 o'clock Sunday
mornings visitors begin to assemble
and form in waiting line In front of
the church. By dint of much crowd
ing the regular congregation is en
abled to give up one-third of the room.
In the meantime, about fifty of the
throng have been admitted to the
church. Now comes the president
trailing no unnecessary glory, and hur
rying as If to keep a tardy appoint
ment In reality he is always prompt
ly on time. Sometimes -he is accom
panied by Miss Alice, occasionally by
Mrs. Roosevelt whose regular place of
worship is St John's, and almost al
ways by his side or close In his wake
skips little Archibald or Kermit, stur
dily imitating his ' father's imperial
pae. Not infrequently the President
is accompanied by guests; and at times
the eight places In his pew have been
CAVE DWELLERS IN CHINA.
A Large Number on Hill Slopes Along
the Yellow River.
The fact has escaped attention until
recently that there are many cave
dwellers along a part of the Hoang Ho
or Yellow river. It happens that they
are found on that part of the river
where the bridge on the railroad which
is to connect Pekin with Hankow on
the Yantse is to be built, and August
Slosse, a. Belgian engineer who lived
among them for six months while mak
ing studies for the railroad In that re
gion, has been telling some facts about
Along the banks of the river the peo
ple live in clay huts, but higher up,
among the hills, only a short distance
from the stream, they make for them
selves permanent habitations dug in
the hillsides. There are many villages
of these caves, not only the habitations,
but also the temples, the shops and
the storehouses for grain being noth
ing more than these dark artificial
caves. Many of the' caves are nearly
as spacious as the smaller New York
flats. They are about nine feet high,
ten to twelve feet in width, and have
a depth of fifty to sixty feet They are
dark and gloomy abodes, but the peo
ple who live in them think they are
much preferable to the clay huts in
which their neighbors live on the river
bank. No adornment of the interior is
attempted, excepting in the temples,
whose walls are whitewashed and cov
ered with rude paintings in lively col
ors, that under the bright light which
is constantly burning gives these sa
cred rooms quite a gaudy appearance.
The only particular advantage the un
derground rooms seem to have is that
they are cool in summer and warm in
winter. The inhabitants are gentle and
even timid, and Mr. Slosse said that, be
ing unaccustomed to seeing whites,
they almost invariably disappeared in
to their caves when they saw any of
his party approaching. It was. curious
to see them at a distance working in
their little fields above or below their
dwellings, only to find not a soul In
sight upon nearer approach. They
would all mysteriously sink Into the
ground, and apparently there were no
human beings for a mile around, though
undoubtedly there were thousands of
the troglodytes in their burrows listen
ing at their doors for the footfalls of the
intruding strangers. New York Sun.
. "I have the greatest confidence in Dr.
Slocum as a physician," said one of the
doctor's patients. "He never gives an
opinion till he has waited and weighed
a case and looked at it from every side."
"Um-m!" said the skeptical- friend.
"That's all right if you don't carry It
too far.' There have been times, you
know, when he's been so cautious that
his diagnosis has come near gettiny
mixed up with the post-mortem."
r.rAnt Ttritain's Weather Baream.
Great Britain is now running a weath
er bureau on American lines.
A fat man always has more troubles
than be has sympathizer.
- "I first used Ayers Sarsaparilla
in the faU of 1848. Since then I
have taken it every spring as a
blood-purifying and nerve
strengthening medicine." -
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans.
If you feel run down,
are easily tired, if your
nerves are weak and your
blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand
ard family medicine,
It's a regular : nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
builder. si.m Mtie. ah hnui.
Ask your doctor what be thinks of Ayers
Sanaparilla. Be knows mil about this grand
old family medicine. Follow his advice and
we wul be satisfied.
J. C A.TXB. Co, Lowell, Haas.
THREE STORIES IN ALL.
How a Witty CJulde Described Mr. Cleve
During Clevealnd's first term as pres
ident he had bnilt for himself a hand
some boathouse on the shore of Upper
Saranac lake, near the Saranac Inn. It
was a long, low affair, with a deep ex
cavation beneath for the storing of
boats and fishing tcakle. Dave Kronk,
a famous guide of the region, never
tired of describing the glories of the
president's boathouse, which he regard
ed as the real wonder of the neighbor
hood. " On one occasion Richard Hard
ing Davis, then a reporter in Philadel
phia, visited the president socially, and
was met at the station by a native,
who said he had been sent with his
wagon to drive the guest to the inn.
"There is Mr. Cleveland's new three
story boathouse," he said, passing the
"Three-story?" asked Mr. Davis.
"I see but one."
"Well," eaid the native, "there's
the story yon see, the story underneath,
and the story Dave Kronk's alius tell-
iin' about it."
Jndge hat proof have you that this
man s absent minded?
Attorney Why, he actually stopped
his automobile at a wtaering fountain.
The liniment bottle and flannel strip are
familiar objects in nearly every household.
They are the weapons that have been used for
generations to fight old Rheumatism, and are
about as effective in the battle with this giant
disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers
would be in modern warfare.
Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour
condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating matter that settles
in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor nothing
else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They
were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood.
Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every
change of the weather ; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and system
are infected. Rheumatism cannot - be radically and permanently cured
until the blood has been purified, and no remedy does this so thoroughly
and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream
exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who
write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism
and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. 6m,
How Are Your Bo wels?
Now what you want h Cascarets. Go and get them today-Cascarets-in metal box
cost 10c Take one! Eat it like candy, and it will work gentry-while you sleep. It cures,
that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels, gives them new life. Then they
act regularly and naturally. That's what you want It's guaranteed to be found in
soc.4iiMMmirtrt U; NEVER
Alinr stfl bowel troubles, appendicitis, bU
1 1 1 1 J ionsness, bad breath, bad blood, wind
llllfll en tbe stomach, bloated bowels, foml
UWIIbi month, headache, Indigestion. pimple, .
pain, after eatlns. liver trouble, aallow complexion
and dlxalne. . When your bowels don't move reffn
larly yon are getting sick. Constipation kill, mora
people than all other diseases tofrether. It 1. a
tarter for the ehronle ailments) and lone yeans or
aflerlnt; that come afterward.. No matter what
all. yon, start taklnc CASCARETS to-day, for yon
will never set well and bo well all tbe time nntil
yon pnt your bowels rlsfat. Take oar advice; start
with CASCARETS to-day, under an absolute (mar .
ante, to cure or money refunded. sat
THE STAMPABD'IRaNP OP
TOU HAVE ALWAYS BOUGHT
Made in black or .yellow
ot the Best mexerau and
sold with our warrant by
I reliable dealers everywhere
A. J. TOWER CO- BOSTON, MASS.
eg Jncy loop.
Take Time for the Goocl Things."
Come back into the life of thought
again! Read and converse with family
and friends. Get out your music, and
practice again at the piano and organ.
Go to church on Sunday even if the
Sunday dinner must be plain as a con
sequence. Take time to think. Con
centrate into little time tbe necessary
Dome work; master it, and do not let it
master you. Choose what shall occupy
your thoughts, what shall engage your
tongue and what shall take up your
time.v Stop living in the small tea-cup
round of house-work and neighborhood
society. Live with your children. That
Is the only way you can live' for them.
Enter Into their higher life. Learn to
foster the first sparks of generous am
bition, and to fan Into a glow tbe early
and feeble glimmerings of deep feel
ing. Give up what is small, and see
that you learn to know great from
small and to choose wisely. Art, 'liter
ature and music, all tbe refinements of
Intellectual and emotional being, stand
ready for those who Invite them In.
Woman's Home Companion.
The western portion of Persians in
habited by a species of camel which is
a pigmy of its kind. These camels are
snow white, and are on that account
almost worshipped by the people'. The
.-hah presented the municipality of
Berlin with two of these little wonders.
The larger is 27 inches high and weighs
61 pounds. The other is four inches
lees, but the weight is not given.
. "I tell you," said the landlord of
the summer resort near the top of the '
mountain, "a man can't get too much
of this pure air."
, "No," gasped the tenderfoot, who
was unused to the elevation. "I can't
get half enough of it!"
of ncn, strong "btooa to tne anectea pans, wnicn
dissolves and washes out all foreign materials, and the
sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains.
S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral,. but
is a perfect veeetable blood purifier and- most
n w a
Then, "Let's see your tongue."
Because bad tongue and bad
bowels go together. Regulate
the bowels, clean up the tongue.
We all know that this is the way
to keep and look well.
You can't keep the bowels
healthy and regular with purges
or bird-shot pills. Jhey move
you with awful gripes, then
you're worse than ever.
THE TONIC LAXATIVE
mm i i i i xam b n ri
Partly Familiar With It.
" "How do you manage to make two
kinds of apples rtow on one tree?"
asked tbe alderman, who was on his
vacation. ' - V
"I don't know as yon'd Understand
it if I was to tell yon," eaid the owner
of the orchard, "but it's done by a pro
cess of graftin', and"
; "Oh", I know all about grafting," in
terrupted the alderman, impatiently.
"What's that got to do. with it?"
YOUR HEALTH IS PRECIOUS
Don't endanger it by using questionable or
adulterated foods. Ask your grocer for
Coffee, Spices, Baking Powder and Canned
WADHAMS & KERR BROS., PACKERS.
Best on Earth
Because it la made of the best material possible
to buy. The manufacturers absolutely pay 2$
to 86 per cent above the market- price ot best
rrades of wagon timber for the privilege of cul
ling over and skimming off the cream of the
wagon stock, which is carried for 3 to o years be
fore making up. which means an investment la
wood stock of nearly one million dollars.
M ITCHKLLVagous are unsurpassed for
quality, proportion, finish, strength aud Light
Whytake chances on any other?
Whv not get the best? A MITOFTKLt
MHch9ll9 Lmwi9 ft ATarew Oo.
Portland. Seattle. Spokane. ' iioUe.
Agents Every where.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
A Horn School for Boy
HfiHary and Manual Training
WrUo for lllumtratod Catalogum
Boarding School for Young Msn
Finest situation on Pacific Coast. Ex
cellent Faculty. Largest Indoor college
athletic field in the world. Over half
an acre under an arched root
REV. M. A. QUINLAN, C. S. C.
University Park, Oregon
One Second Hand Nichols & Shepard
Separator, size 40-60, with wind stacker,
only run 40 days; a bargain. Inquire of
Foot Morrison St., Portland, Or.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Who can sell Road Graders, Rock Crushers,
Rollers, Plows and Scrapers to county offi
cials. Good pay. - BEALL & CO., Inc.,
208 Front St., Portland, Ore.
THE NEW PENSION LAWS
Apply to Nathan Bickfobd,
Attoknky, Washington. D. C.
X. P. N. V.
Ho. 36 1803.
HEN writeoff to advertisers please j
mention tola paper.
first thing the
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