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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1893)
TbJU'i A 4 vie.
Mr. Cbota taTiiir arrived at the old
lighted air, did not reeogoiaa it, or did
lot wish to commence t.e uae of plusies.
1q pleading .1 eanae h iia I difficulty in
itaiug ln n rfr and in onirr properly
jo decipher Ins manuscript, kept hold
ing hU paper far:hr and farther off. Oh
mi oeeaaion thi so annoyed the judge
that be at lau burst out witU "Mr. I'hoie
I would advise you to vt oneofto
tbinga-eilher a p tir of tonfj cr a pa r
Df pc'acl?."-Saii Kra.ieisoM Argonaut
Is liable to great
an thronn sym
or ludifrmt urn, nfirti
CtUKl It U) pallrf-
. tale in a (iistremniz
I way. Nervous l'rue
Itration, liability and
I Impoverished Blond,
laiso ruw its too
Many turns, Simml
Affc'tion, cause it
to labor onduly. Bufferers from surti Nerv
oui Affartiooa ofton imni- themselves the
T KU ma of organic btirt dtst-aw.
all m:koi h dikeancn, as Pa
ralysis, IxH-tmictiir Ataxia, l-l"fy, or
VMM, rit. Vitus. l)aiw, HlnfplnwwiM. Nerv
ous lYostraUim, Nervous Itrtnlity. Neural
gia, Melanrbulut and Kindred Ailment, are
treaUnl as a sm'iilty, with put ii"s,
by the HUff of tlie Invalids Hotel. Kur
Famphlet, Referewes, awl (funiculars, en
close HI oeiit, in stamps for piattuge.
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adapting the world's best product to
the'needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
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beneficial properties of a perfect lax
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dispelling colds, headaches and leyi'it
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
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neys, Liver and liowels without weak
ening them and it U iK-rfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
fyrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
risU in 50c and f I bottle, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose mime is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of r igs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept anv substitute if offered.
The) Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst bcrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it In over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. . , .
A benefit is alwavs experienced from
the first bottle, and a penect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts being
topped, and always disappears in a week
after taking it.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of it
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Read the Label. Send for Book.
nip CHILD BIRTH EASY,
Colrtn. Ia, Deo. 8, 188a -Mr wife used
HOTHXB'S FHJBWD before ber third
sonflnement, end says she would not b
without it for hundred of dollars,
Sent brexpraMoa receipt of price. per bot
Us. took To Mothers "nulled free.
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LAW COUNTS FOR LITTLE.
A Kailraatd Murvpjror'4 Kipertanca with m
IMuptrtoaa rors;l saocMU.hl.ier.
"A good many year ayo I was
build nif a railroad in Gcorxia," sail
a surveyor to a writr for the New
York Tribune ! am a Georgian,
and once, while following a survey. I
saw a chance to ride acroM the moun
tains and thence to my home to
visit my father. It wa early in the 1
afternoon when I started on my long
ride. The luoon was sMoing hitfh in
the heavens when I began to climb.
1 was jogging peacefully up the in
cline, when, from a shadow, a horse
and rider came out from the side of
tbe road ami fell in at m v side.
"Good evening, stranger,' said,
the man politely. J
Good etenin.', Kir. 1 said, glad of
even unknown company. i
" 'W hich wav are you going?' asked
my nsw con. nan ion.
" () er the inountains' I an-!
" 'Reckon I'm going that way, too, ' j
he said, an I then 1 had an oppor-:
tunity to look at my friend's face. It (
was a strange face. Miiooth-diaven,
young and vet old. It was calm and j
placid, as expressionless as stone, and
yet there was a certain set aiiout the
j jaws that kept me uneasy. And no
mailer now ouen i looKeu ai mm, i
how i uickly I turned inv glance on ,'
his face, his deep-set eyes were al- j
ways watching me.. I felteve i when
I d.d not look at him that he was
watching me like a cat Wo rode,
for hours, talking as one does with j
that class of people, mil 11 at nearly;
daylight we had crossed the moun-!
tains and were making our way along i
a comparatively lex el road. When j
wc came to the river which we bail i
to ford in;' friend reined up
" -This is as far as 1 go,' he said.
' 'I'm sorry to loc you,' I replied '
" 'tranger,' he said,
horse's forelegs were In
where are you from?'
' 'Georgia,' I answered; 'this is ruy .
" 'Who's boy arc you?'
'"Juditc S a.'
" 'If that so?' he paid.
in a calm
voice. 'Why, do you know what 1
took you for? Ke otitic! Yes, sir,
and I carue near shooting vou, sir.
Half a doen times on that ride I
ma le up my wind you were a reve
nue, sir, and each time 1 was Just
ready to do U. Hut 1 hated to i o it,
sir, you looked so wjuare. I'm glad
" So am 1,' I answered, with a
false, jerky laugh, for that emotion
less man gave me the chills, and I
sent my horse across the ford.
" 'Good-by,' 1 cried from t: e other
. J . , . , ,rK I
.ooo-uy, sii, ""n-u.
nis norsc carn. u ...... . .. ... t..c K..j .
light, and I felt a sudden sense of.
old New Orleans.
Let us turn back to the I'rencn
market. tor there is beautiful,
quaint old Jackson Square, and be
hind it the twin spires or St, l.ouis
Cathedral, both of them ji:st where
lilenville staKcd out the around for
them 12.1 years ago. He called the
square (and it was so called for more
than a century) the I'lace d'Armes.
The plan was for six streets to run
behind the square parallel with the
river-bank, w.th six crossing them at
right angles on the square's left, and
six others doing the same on its
right, the whole having the levee In
front and a wall of eaith and pali
sades on the other three sides. Cer
tain streets even yet show by their
names where this old wall aud its
moat were, ( anal street, 1. am part,
Esplanade, making what Is still
called the "vieux carre," the old
quare. This is but a slender frac
tion of the present Creole New Or
leans ixdow Canal street; but it is the
;ld, the historic Creole Quarter; and
there was not much more than this
when Claiborne, the young Virginian,
was the first Governor of the State
of Louisiana, and Andrew Jackson,
the savior of ew Orleans, parleyed,
in vonder room whose windows still
look out upon the old siuarc, with
Latitte. the pirate of the Gulf of
Mexico, and accepted his aid to drive
oaCK IDC JiriMUl liivauci. tiiu
long, thin city stretches up and down
the bends of its river-harbor twelvo
miles and more, and promises ere
long to have a quarter of a million
Just behind the "vleux carre," and
facing Itaiupart street midway be
tween Canal and Esplanade, iust as
Jackson Square faces the levee, is a
piece of public ground "whose pres
ent namo of Congo Square," as some
body says, "still preserves a re
minder or its oiu uaruar.c pasumes.
ror uvrts it js wuuhs mic v..
ilaves, when this was outside the
town gates, used to dance their wild
flances, the Bamboula and the Ca-
llnda. Here, for
many years, was
ai d many a bull
kasA Pa ronn lonoki
flizht. Here is where 1'arson Jones
preached, and whore liras Coupe was
lassoed. You do not know them? It
doesn't matter; they were only
friends of mine; but 1 hope you will
know them sometime, when you are
grown older. George W. Cable, In
One or Waller Hiiott's Heroine.
The memory of Iteliecca Grat, the
'Iteliecca" of "I van hoc,
t- su u t rt n fi
i tf.ur.iii hr
i... w i,it- t....st. .r
Mlc.kveh Israel College. Hut, un -
known to the ma orlty of I'hiladel-
nh'ans, two other monuments to her
memory nave oeen long ai.anumg in
their midst. Itebecca Grat. foundci
tbe first Jewish Sunday school In the
world at he time when Robert
.lalkes In England and Wesley In
America were doing the same service
for tbe I'roteitant Church. She gatb
arcd together fifty little Jewish
shlldren of this city mod taught them
every Sunday. That school, founded j
by her, still meet at Touro Hall, j
corner of Tenth and Carpenter,
streets, and the membership has
tw r. . u n frnm ft tsi 1 '.lid OfhilA 3 '
direct branch flourishes at tbe cornei
of Third street and Glrard avenue.
The Gratz mansion and orchard stood
where tbe street that took her fath
er's name now meets IiamonJ; and
it was tbere that she was first intro-
dur - ed
to Washington Irving, who
praised her to Mr Walter Scott, and
who in bis turn gave her, Idealized,
to the world Philadelphia Itecord.
A New Monkey. j
Monkeys, as a rule certainly as
we in America know them are not!
distinguished for go id manners,
beauty, or tidiness and surely not
for elegance or grace. Y'et now we j
have a new s;ecies to consider, a
! monkey possessed or all these good
J qualities, yet da ful and a tive as
j any of its frisky kindred. For its
! introduction we are indebted to Dr.
Ablsitt of Philadelphia, who discov
ered it recently at Mount Kiliiua-
N aro, in the ea tern pirt of ejua
I torial Africa, and In ought hack to
America tine specimens. Not only
i are these monkey neat, itiieU and
: well-behaved, but thev are among
the most beautilul of annuals, and
they are said to take the
greatest care not to soil or
to injure the hair long coat of
with which they are adorned. The
drapery of silky, silvery-white ba r
begins at the shoulders, exteudsulong
the sides of the body, and nr. ets over
th lower part of the lack. W hen
the animal springs swiftlv from one
Uiu'h to another the floating of this
beautiful mantle gives it the appear
ance o f being winged. The chin,
throat, lemp es, sides of the head,
and a band above the eyes are also
white, the rest of the body is covered
with soft, glossy, jet black fur. The
tail, which is unrivaled by that of
any other monkey in the world, Is
iringed with pure white hair that
; gl stens like spun glass, and the hair
gradually increases in length as it
approaches the tip, where it droops
like a festoon of silvery grasses.
The live brought here by Dr. Ab
bott and presented to the Smithson
ian Institution, are with one excep
tion, it is believed, the only 8iei:i
mens that have ev -r been seen out
side the native home of the animal.
The caudatus, as this species has
been named, belontrs to a remarkable
genus of so-called thuinbless monkeys
which have in the last ten years fur
nished millions of victims to the god
dc-i-s fashion. Their lieautiful skins
have been so tireatlv in demand lor
robes, (apes, and iniitTs that the
whoic race is In danger of extinction
The spec es most valued lor this pur
, p,,!,.,.,.., ,.,, ,,f Ahvssinia.
- , , , u lneca,)da.
. r'tUna it .(inskwal)iv.
i though not nearly so beautiful. St
'look H for a ;rHshopper.
A distinguished naturalist of the
California Academy ot Sciences was
traveling in Australia where he saw
a kangaroo In session and threw a
stone at it The i.ig kangaroo im
mediately adjourned, tracing against
the sunset sky a parabolic curve
spanning seven provinces and van
ished lielow the hori.on.
The distinguished naturalist looked
intcreste 1 and said nothing for near
ly an hour. Then he said to the na
"Vou have pretty wide meadows
here, I suppose?''
"No, not very wide," the guide an
swered: "about the same as they are
In England and America."
After another lontf pause the natur
alist spoke again,
"The hav which we shall 1 urchase
for our horse this evening I shall i
(!X)ect to find the stalks about fifty
feet long. Am 1 right?" I
"Why, no," said the guide, "a foot!
or t wo Is about the usual lernrtli of '
hay. What can you be thinking of?" .
The distinguished naturalist of the
California Academy of Sciences, I
made no Immediate reply, but later, '
as in the shades of night they jour- j
neyed through th" desolate va-tness ,
of the great lone land, he broke tne
'I was thinking," he said, "of the
magnitude of that blanked grass
hopper." Ah Sin's Trick.
San Francisco customs officials
j have just been convinced anew that
! they have yet much to learn of the
j tricks and devious ways of Ah Sin.
I Six months ago some ;t00 Chinese
j "actors" were landed In San Fran
j Cisco, under permission granted by
1 resolution of Congress, to form the
, populaton ()f a
Chinese village at
the Chicago Fair. Th y were care
fully examined and transferred un
der guird to the train for Chicago.
Hut only aiiout one-third of the num.
b(,r thal ,cft San .i-anCSC0 showed
, ,n lhe ?i al lhe fal. and in
lr . ...
the,closing days or the rair imtmiri-v
could be mustered there. It Is time,
according to the RchcduR for the
.'100 "actors" to re-embark for China,
but noshing has been heard of theru
In San Francisco It now tran-plre
that each of the alleged actors paid a
Hong Kong ti rut of Chinese fr
the privilege of bel mglng to the v l.
lagc party. If any s' cceeded In elm'
. '"K th0 vigilance or me i.mtpa Mates
oncers ana seiiieu saieiy 111 una
country, the ;!K0 was to b'long to
a1 the firm: if comucllod to return the
j numcy was rorunded. The Mrm
Kowong, Hong, On Cu, has -4,000
i on ueptw.w aim 1.0..0 u. t..c
actors seem likely to re-em nark, the
Arm is reasonably well assured of Its
Davis Who says the day of mir
acles la past? Judge Hogan per
formed one yesterday. Henklns
No? What was it? Darls He gve
deaf man a hearing.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Proving H foiot
A certain little girl from whom the
Listener sometimes hears is evidently
going to be a great logician! When she
as called upon at school the other day
torecitsa verse lrom the beatitudes,
she responded with, "blessed are the
drecunakers, for they sha'l see God."
' Hut. my dear girl," exclaimed the
teacher, 'it is not 'dressmakers;' it is
peacemakers. Well," the child an
swered stoutly, "my mother has a
dressmaker, aiid she makes dresses out
A Morilfiril Wlialebark.
.Ship builders have been interested in
the construction recently at Sunc'er
land, Kng., of a novel craft modili
eation of the wbaleback. type, now so
familiar on our western lakes. In the
Misdescription of this new Knghsh
steamer, the only one of its kind yet
built, it appears, says Science, that the
hull is shaped like other vessels from
keel to water line, but from the latter
the shell is rounded olf upward and
inward until it terminates at the upper
deck level in an upright structure
termed a turret, running. fore and aft.
The vessel has no shear, the deck
reaching in a perfectly straight line
fore and aft; the plating, curving in
ward from the water line to the turret
rk is thick and strontr like that of
rhe hull proper, so that the whole skin
-if tliH vessel Is of the same decree of
thickness throughout. The engines
ire placed aft, as in the construction
-if wbaleback steamers, by which ar
rangement there is a long, continuous
hold from the engine-room to the fore
jastle, this being interfered with only
by the necessary bulkheads. Another
feature nertaininir to this steamer is
the location of the boats, and the. ac
coinmodation for engineers and crew,
ill abaft the enirine-room. though the
captain and ollicers are placed,
usual, under the bridge forward.
.-,O00.00O Tolmcco Hill Saved.
CuicAdO. Dec. 2:i. ISoecial.l -The
Jhicago inter Ocean's Illustrated Sup
plement, describing tbe great success
iu.d merit of NO-TO-HAC, has made it
famous iu a day.
Mr. 11. L. Cramer, the active man,
was seen today at his ollice, )." I!an
doloh St.. aud in talking of NO-TO
BAG'S growth, said it was hard work
to keep up with the rapidly increasing
demand, as every t.ox som aavertisea
lie said. "N.;- I'O-HAC is not sold on
the strength of the thousands and tens
of thousands ot testimonial statements,
but under an absolute guarantee to
cure, or money refunded." '' hat made
a long story about merit very short, as
it absolutely protects the user from
physical injury or financial loss.
"Why." said he. '-NO-TO-HAC will
make 100,000 cures this year, and the
saving will average ii0.00 for every
one cured, or a grand total of $5,000,-
0 0 saved from going up hi smoke and
out, in spit." .NO-IO IiAt is, indeed
a God-send to the poor man these hard
times. According to the testimonials,
however, the money-saving is the least
consideration, lor almost every one
reports an Improvement of the nervous
svstem. increase iu weight, and a re
vival of physical and mental powers
that is indeed miraculous.
Prominent physicians look upon NO-TO-HAC
as "a great success, and are
very free fa prescribe it.
Every wholesale drug house in this
country and Canada sells NO-TO-li XC,
and the retail druggists are pushed to
supply customers, and the direct mail
demand is immense.
The cost of NO-TO-UAO compared
with results is a small matter, as the
saving in a week pays the cost of a cure
for a life time. NO TO-BAC is sold for
11.00 a box. or three boxes for $2.50,
with a guarantee to cure, or money re
funded. A few extra copies of the Inter Ocean
Supplement (8 pages.) illustrated in five
colors, have been secured and will be
mailed for the asking, by addressing
The Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago
office. 45 Randolph St.. New York
ollice. 10 Snruce St., Laboratory, In
diana Mlneia' Springs, Ind.
Spading Hoot Ad. in
G. Watanbe of the Imperial bank of
Japan and O. Nagaski of the Yokoha
ma specielbank visited the Denver, Colo,
smelters. They expect to be in Wash
ington this winter for the purpose of
acquainting themselves more familiar
ly with the national banking system,
Hood's is Good
It possesses curative power
peculiar to itse'f, and lias
a record ofcurea unequall
ed In the history of medi
cine. The severest cases of
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Dys
pepaia, Catarrh and Rheu
matism have been cured by
it. If you suffer from any
of these complaints give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial
told by all druKRists U Ir bottle; tlx for IS
Hood's rills euro Constipation.
Infant schooli were first established
about the year 1815.
The first modern medical school was
it Salerno in the eighth century.
The I'niversity of Tennessee has this
fall opened its doors to women, and 40
have already registered.
The George W. Childs prize for the
best record made in the entrance ex
amination to Princeton college hy a
ennsylvama student was awarded re
ntly to 'J'homas .II Jsham of I'tiila
dplua. Wsrd I'umes liutu England that the
.opt- teld out in some quarters about
Mr. Huskin resuming bis literary la-
ors have no foundation. Although
hi go I health Mr. Huskiii is entirely
untjd to any mental effort and, is
Mowed to couverse only on subjects
hich do not agitate his mind.
Rochester Democrat; It may not ru
in a nrui hnanciaiiy to propose 10 a
girl, but it often temporarily embar
After Vas month the Columbian
'tamps will be on sale at only one post-
llico in each state, and two years later
they will be retired altogether.
An old Roman pottery containing
'our ovens full of jugs has been discov-
red at Treves, lhe information is
ainfully deficient about the condition
f the jugs.
Tivn residents of the city of Mexico
have established tlieirciaims as descen
dants of Montezuma, aud will here-
fter be paid annual pensions by the
Louisville Courier: There is a tender
connection between the railroad en
gineer and his passengers.
IIkki'ihii'k Pi li will dislodge bile, stir
1.0 the liver, core sick headaches, and
make von feel well. ' cents a box.
Florence Nightingale recently cele
b.-ated her 73d anniversary. For many
years she has been confined to her
house bv constant ill health. She
makes ber home with her brother-in
law, Sir Harry Vernon, in Devonshire.
A Hard Cough distresses the patient.
ntJ. raeks both I, unit and 1 liroat. Dr.
Jav.ic's Kxpectora.it is the remedy wanted
to cure your Congh. and relieve both the
I'ul nonary and lironeh.al organs.
John Morley. chief secretary for
Ireland, has been ordered by his physi
cian to leave London and rest com
pletely in another climate. Mr. Mor
lev is suffering from overwork. Trof.
Hryce will assume Mr. Morley's par
liamentary duties during his absence.
An Extended Popularity. Brown's I!kon-
r iiiAi. Trochks have for many years been
tbe most popular article in use lor rcl.ev
ing Coughs and Throat troubles.
President Eliot of Harvard isn t
afraid to stand up in public meeting
and .declare that he takes wine at din
tier end thinks it no sin, although he
disapproves 01 public bars. ..No one
can dispute his courage, however much
opinions may differ regaraing the cor
ectness of his views.
ST. JACOBS OIL
One bottle for fifteen cents,
Twelve bottles for
Ripans Tabules are the most effective rec
ipe ever prescribed by a physician for any
disorder of the stomach, liver or bowels.
Buy -if any dmsnist anywucrr, or send price to
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL COMPANY, 10 Si-ruce Sr., Ni-.w York.
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wAnrf.11 l.vfin. no shaft Iter.
Moot compart, txt made. RVqi.lree lf
movement to operate. A trial demonstrate
all we claim.
Wrlie lor CstaloBiia.
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No. rarnara at., Omaha, Heu.
K. H. MiYHiw, MsBSK-r
kcimea oa kw Tark.
A prize competition baa been started
by tbe Royal Scientific society of Got
tinger for investigating the conU-nts of
the hollow parts of the skull, chest, ab
domen and back of newly born child
ren, in comparison with those of adults
thus establishing the gradual forma
tion from the former to tbe latter.
The (Jernian exhibit of engineering
at Chicago will be displayed in Berlin
as an exhibition by iUel! next summer.
This is largely due to the unqua ified
praise bestowed upon it by the Ameri
can press and public.
Koseleaf jam is a common dish in
Roumania, where roses are grown by
The seeds of dates may be removed
and replaced by freshly roasted pea
nuts shelled aud skinned. The date
should then be dusted with pulverized
An eminent statistician estimates
that during the course of an ordinary
life tbe average man will eat seven four
horse wagon loads more food than is
good for him.
J. T. Van Alen has shaken the dust
of America from his feet aud sailed for
bis beloved Europe but not in the char
acter of American minister. His de
parture came within two days of the
publication of his refusal to accept the
embassy. Few of his friends knew he
was going away, and some secrecy
seems to have been maintained regard
ing his departure.
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader of this paoer will .be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to ear
in all its staiies, and that is Catarrh. Han s
Catarrh core is the only positive cure
known to the medical Ira term ty. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
cure is taken internally, acting directly
011 the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing us worn.
1 he proprietors nave so mucn taitn 111 lis
cnrative powers, that they oner Une Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it lails to
cure. Send for testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENKY & CO.,Toletlo, U.
t-old by Druggists, 7fc.
Elmira Gazette: Jagson says the only
way to elevate the stagu is to lower t he-
Last year aoout, 35.000,000 packs of
plaving c.rds were manufactured and
sold in this country. We are, indeed.
a game nation.
" For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said my stomach was
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food. On the rec
ommendation of a friend I procured
a bottle of August Flower. It seem
ed to do me good at once. I gained
strength and flesh rapidly. I feel
now like a new man, and consider
that August Flower has cured me."
Jas. E. Dederick, Saugerties N.Y.
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BEST IN MARKET
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PATENTS sad KNII0M awearad. No sdTescelee,
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