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This bank aims to afford every convenience to its custo
mers consistent with sound banking. - -,
"Small as well as large checking accounts invited. -'--v. .
. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings and Certificates of
Deposit - " . ".A.
- Safe Deposit Boxes nntud fer ft nominal annual charge, .
; Storage space furnised free of charge to'customers.- -
Advice en financial and investment matters gludly given.
- : - Your patronage is invited and we assure you prompt and
courteous service at all times, s " V
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without any brains being sent along tojtdjust it
6. S. WATERS & SDKS, BRiAD ST. NEW BERN. N. C.
; . .. The Best ; "
Always Pays in the 'Long Run.
The average man when it enmes to selecting a life insurance contract
will take aiy old thing that comes along. , its a case of "marry in haste
i and repent at IeisUrfc." Hundreds of thoua' ndsof -dollars h;we been
' wasted and many families left detitute right here in this very town by
such foolish course The UNION CENTRAL, LIFE is the best com
" pany in America if the reports of various State: Departments and un-.
biased statisticians count for anything, for excellent insurance at the
lowest possible cost h policy holders. 'Cfudly explained without the
least ob'igation on yonr part, j- ! : ' v, -. ': , . ,
Wv 0; BOYD, Agent
" DEEP $EA FISH.
. "'" ..- V. . " -' ; " ": f
If They Com. Toe -Near the 8urfM
' , They Will Explode.
Ordinarily .'one would think that a
fish In the sea could go where it Wish
ed In the- waten-tbat is, that It could
go as far down or come as close to
the surface as It desired. l Aa there
are definite natural laws that prohibit
this, of course it Is not possible. ...
Take a deep sea fish. It is under
enormous pressure at its proper depth.
Let it stray too high, however, and on
the pressure lessening the fish gets
larger , and consequently lighten per
unit volume and In consequence is pro
pel led upward at an enormously In
creasing rate by the buoyancy of the
-water until7 at last it has to be W
pelled from the surface of the sea
With great., force. ". In the meantime
the fish has suffered an internal ex
plosion, as it were, and Its eyes have
popped out of its head, and its lnsides
have expanded and made holes in the
body. This is why there are no per
fect specimens of deep sea fish In any
museuou The difficulty could be part
ly overcome by hauling-the fish up
gradually, but a heavy weight would
have to be attached to the line to over
come the buoyancy of the fish. '
!. On the other band, take a shallow
water flsh. It dares not stray too far
down, for ; the increasing, pressure
would tend to make it heavier if it
was at all compressible, but as it Is
f not much so It would remain practi
caliy the same volume and would find
no difficulty In propelling Itself to al
most any deoth. The increasing pres
sure, however, would make it harder
for the fish to move, its organs, and
Its eyes would be pressed into its
For all these reasons there are well
denned strata of water in which cer
tain fish are found and no others. This
Is one . method of determining the
depth of a former sea where fossils oi
fish are found on the land. The depth
of the sea' at that place can be told
within certain limits by the fossils.
New York Tribune.
Stomach Blood and
Much tleknes starts with weak stomach, and consequent.
poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and pale-people lick
ood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need inviforatinf
for, alter ail, man can be no stronger than hi tomaeh.:
' A .remedy that make the stomach strong and the liver.
active, make rich red blood and overcome and. drives I
out disease-producing bfioteri and cures whole muIti-;
tude of diseases. . -:. :'-- .iVi'.? - . .. ',.
. Cet rid of four Stomach Weakmtmi mm.
Liver Laziness by taking m eonraa .-'
. Dr. Pierce' a Golden MetHctil"6Ucqrerr
the treat Stomach ttemtfirattvei '(Jv4r
' Xnviiorator mud Blood eieanter' " '
You can't afford to accent anv mediolna nl hiiImiim1
ttmfiositiou a substitute for'"Golden edical; Disco v
ery, which is a medicine op known composition! having
a complete iwt ot ingredients in plain linjlisa on its bqt
tie-wrapper, samo being attested as correct -under, path,
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant ttlltf npilate aat Unljonf Stomach, Liver Soma.
I NOTICE QF MORTGAGE SALE OF I
HOUSE AND LOT IN NEW
t PDnrccctnun niono i
lllUILddlUllftL ,UHIUa r
, i ; - Women's Tear.
Marks So when you got home from
the club last ' night your wife - was
weeping? Parks I said nothing of
the sort I said she was crying- It's
when a woman is sad she weeps; whet,
she cries she's hopping mad. Boston
Transcript . ; '
. . Even.
- Borrow Until now I have never had
to ask you for a small loan. Money
And till now I have never been obliged
to refuse yon.
The Norfolk-Southern's "Thanksgiving
' Special" '.
The football game between the. team
of the North Carolina A. & M. College
and the Virginia Po'y technic Institute
at Norfolk on Thanksgiving Day -has
excited so much general intecest;that
the Norfolk-Southern is arranging to
increase its passenger train service on
the night of the 29th to take the crowd
to Norfolk. A special fast train to be
known as "Special Cadet" will leave
Raleigh at midnight carrying the stu
dent body from the college. The foot
ball squad of about 25, which will leave
Raleigh a day ahead of the students,
will join the special train enroute and
arrive in Norfolk early en the morning
of Thanksgiving. The batalion band
will greet the team on arrival at the
Norfolk-Southern station, end the grand
march to the hotel will begin. In ad
dition to the special. tram from Raleigh
and the regular trains f rem other points
arrangements have been made to pro
vide special Pullman sleepers and coach
es to care for the crowds who wi9h to
see the A, & M. make Virginia "bite
the dust." Last year ,at Lafayette
Park, when Carolina captured all the
honors pandemonium reigned and the
scene -was indescribab'e because of the
great enthusiasm of the Carolina root:
era. The "Farmer" team from Ral
eigh this year is said to be the best that
has ever been gotten together, and
now the bet is on Carolina two to one.
Great preparations are being made to
handle an immense crowd, and the field
is being gotten in first class shape.
GREATLT REDUCED RATES TO
Norfolk-, -Vi, Account Foot Ball
,arae A. ,f ,M.', va V. P. I.
Thanksgiving Day Thure- '
.day Nov. 30th, 1911.
Special sleeping cars will be placed
t Goldsboro, Kinston and New Bern.
General Insurance. Surety Bonds.
IN THE PROPORTION OF SilRFLI!
PROFITS TO CAPITAL'.
. ' ' OF NEW BERNE, N. C.!
. . :'Sf Apibs'v-.
FIRST among the: banks of . the City
THIRD among the National Banks of
; ; lr,. the State , : . .
' And as it has Furplus and Undivided Profits amounting to $106,000 and
v Capital amounting" to $100,0(10, It has apluce on the ' National Bank Roll
of Honor, which hjclude only banks having Surplus and Undivided
Profits equal to or exceeding their Capital.'stook. .
' IT STARTLED THE WORLD
when the astounding claims were first
mado for bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere it is
now known as the beet salve on earth
for Burns, Boils, Scalds. Sores, t ute,
Bruises. Sprains. Swellings, Eczema,
Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles.
Only 25c at all Druggists. .
Practioa With Wooden Leg.
. Of the five cases in the aeelden
ward that were pronounced cured at
the same time three remained in the
hospital more than a week after the
Other tw had gone home.
"They "Mid to stay," said an interne,
"to get -used to their wooden legs. It
takes some time to. learn to mauage
wooden legs, and most men who will
have to peg along with tliem for the
rest of tueJr natural lives stay in tue
hostiital several days after they get
veil to practice stumping around on
their new legs. Of course they can
learn outside, but the man who has Just
acauired a wooden leg feels so awlfr
ward and is so likely to fall down
and break the other leg or au arm or
maybe his heck that we prefer to keep
him here so be can lake his first les
sons under our supervision." NeW
York Times. ;- 1
4 2V INTEREST' PAID DM CSRVISGS DEPOSITS -
S A F - DEPOSIT I BOXES FOR . RENT. -
Aviator Fowler flew from Van Horn
to Pyote, Texas.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,'
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Br Tiitue ot powarof J conUiiMd la that
certain mortans deed neentad and deHrendto
the nnderticned br Milce Spruit and Eliza SpruU,
his wife, which mortgage deed and note thereby
second Is dated third day ot March 1902. and
recorded in book number 141. page 67S. In the of
fice of the Reg liter of Deeds of Craven eountr.
the undersigned will oa the 18th. day of Decern-
oer. lau, at is o'clock n. at the court bouse door
in Craven county, sell to' the highest bidder for
cash, the following described land: Two kite
situated and lying in the City of New Bern. N. Duplin, Jones
C in the part known as Reize'uetelnvule. being eret. Pamlico
oisnumner 11 and Z7 In the plan of the said
I Reizensteinville, located on the east side of Chap
man street between Cedar and Elm streets, and
being the same land conveyed to the said Ulleo
Spruil by StSi from Chas. Rtiscnsteln.
JOHN S. GARRETT.
November I8th. 1811,
F. M. Simmons. A. D. Want.'
SIMMONS AND WARD
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
HIV BERK, 9. C,
Office Rooms 401-2-3 Elks Building
Practice in the counties of Craven.
Lenoir, Onslow, Cart
and Wake, in the Su
preme and Federal Courts, and where
ever services are desired.
DR. H, M.
$ 3 00
. 4 20
Having this day qualified as executor of Flor
ence Williams, deceased, all person haying
claims against the estate of said decendent are
hereby notified to present the same, duly verified
to tbe undersigned or hie attorney, on or before
the IT day of November 1912. or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate are hereby requested to
make immediate settlement.
This I7th day of November 1911.
H. H. PENDER.
MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL
Tickets sold for all day trains Nov.
By virtue of a power contained in a mortgage
deed executed to the undersigned by Patsy Col
line and Mary Venters on the 6th day of April,
29th and train No. 16 leaving Goldsboro im. and recorded in the office of the Register of
Nov. 29th and leaving New Bern Nov. Do" f Craven county, in book 176. page 14.
30th. Tickets crood to raturn until train Mm deed iy9n Mcun Payment of
xt. b i i u j ii n i a. pnimwwry Muie. oue ana payaoie one year
o. o i uvinK onom uec. isu from date of sold mortgege deed and default in
Special Sleeping cars placed at UOldS- payment of said note and interest on the same
boro, Kinston and New Bern may be having been made. I will sell at the oourt house
ocpiinifirf nt 9-30 n m Nov Mth Ra. doorin New BaTn- N. C. at 12 o'clock M.
DISEASES OF THE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office in Elks Temple Next Dr. G. A
Caton, New Bern, N. C.
R. A. NUNN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in the counties of Craven.
Carteret, Pamlico Jones and Onslow
and in the State Supreme and Federa
Offic No. 50 Crivsn Strict.
Tslsphon No. 97. New Barn, N. C.
Lake Drummond Canal & Water
turning passengers using Pullman ser- edtereef tLjSA Drurnmond Transportation
Vice, may occupy sleeping cars until 7:00 Mary Ventere in and to that certain tract of land
a m Dec 1st at New Bern, Kinston and
, Tickets sold for trains Nos. 2 and 16
and train No. 6 leaving Raleigh Nov.
29th, tickets good to return on train No.
6 leaving Norfolk 9:00 p m Dec 1st
Sleeping car space should be reserved
through local agents at once to insure sale cash.
in No, 8 township. Craven county, N. C. ad
joining the lands of Edward Richardson on the
north aide, on the west side Willis Lewis' tract.
containing ten acres, where Mary Venters and
John Venters formerly resided, now occupied by
Alex Moore: also another tract of land containing
183 1-4 acres, adjoining the lands of Mra, Jennie
Harrison. Dr. J B Hughes. J L Rhem. Jas Lyons.
Samuel Bowen and Daniel Harries. Terms of I
A Prince George's county (Mf r Hnd)
grocer was brained and robbed in Wash
Nov. 9 Mil,
John Doperty, of Newport News,
drank a quantity of carbolic acid in mis
take for whiskey. His body was found
ten hours later. '
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
In case of a burn or scald what would
yoj do to relieve the pain? Such in
juries are liable to occur in any family
and everyone should be prepared lor
them. Chamberlain s Salve applied on
a soft cloth will relieve the pain almost
instantly, and unless ihe injury is a very
severe one, will cause the parts to neai
without leaving a scar. For sale by all
"Why," said a youngster to his elder
brother, "do herrings have so man?
more illnesses than other flsh?"
"Who says they do?" asked tbeyontb
"Why, this book says that thousands
upon thousands of them are cured ev
Society as the Doctor Saw It
When the doctor was asked what he
thought of the reception he had at
tended the previous evening he said:
"It was a carbuncle."
"What do you mean by that?"
"Why, It was a great gathering and
a swell affair." New York Times.
Washington Central Labor Union sent
charges against Public Printer Donnel
ly tq the American Federation of Labor,
Secretary Meyer in his annual report
wilt advocate higher salaries and age
retirement for government clerks.
Wellington r Simplicity.'-.-When
Sir Edwin Laudseerwas paint
tag the duke's portrait, hoping to save
him the trouble of much sitting, he
wrote and asked if he couid let him
have the trousers belonging to the uni
form. Tbe duke wrote back in all
olemnlty: . . ,:
- "Field Marshal the puke of Welling
ton presents bis compliments to Sir
Edyrin Lahdseer and regrets that ha
cannot Bend him the trousers as he
hat but one pair." London Nation. . '.
The Steel Trust sought to hold off the
Congressional inquiry . Into Its affairs
pending the Government suit against
it.-. . :-r:ru,Cli' ' '-O
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may
be taken with perfect eerety by the
most delicate woman or the youngest
child. The old and feeble will also find
them a most suitable remedy for aiding
and strengthening their weakened di
gestion ad for regulating the bowel.
For sale by all dealers, ; ' - " ; ;
William J. Cun.minswas found guilty
of the theft of $140,000 from the Nine
teenth Ward Bank, of New Yorki
An Eoonomlo Suggestion. 4 '
Gladys--Tommy Tightwad Is the
nieniK'st muq I've ever enconntered.
Gweudolyn - What has be doue?
Gladys-He's, engaged to Tilly Tllton.
yon. know, it appears that be picked
up n ring at a bargain sale and had
tu nerve to olTcr It a an engagement
ring, it was much too small for bet
j niii"r. What do you siippoHe he eng-Tp-ilod?
Gwendolyn What? ' Gladys
-Thn.t she dh't until ute could g it
on. Detroit Tree ITops. , ,
Th Retort Genial.
- A southern woman who is now past
her prime, hut whose ready wit still
makes her a welcome guest wherever
she goes, tells tbe, following story
about an encounter with what she
terms a. "northern Iceberg:" She was
at a musical entertainment at a pri
vate house in New York, and nt the
end of a song which bad been delight
fully rendered Bhe turned with an ex
Mamntlon of pleasure to a lady who
sat near and whom she knew by
tight, but bad never met.- The wom
an addressed looked at her in surprise
for a moment and then asked coldly,
"Have I the pleasure of knowing
your t . t
"No,"; .was the answer, "but I felt al
liberty to speuk to you on account of
your being under such very great ob
ligations to me."- ' ,
"Will you have the goodness to ei
plain what you mean?' said the New
York woman haughtily., -
. "Merely that I refused yout hus
band twenty-flve years ago," replied
tbe little southerner as ' she 'moved
away to seek a more congenial atmos
phere. i' yj- '. .. '. ' ' ' jx
Three psrsons were electrocuted
Sing Sing prison,' New York, ."' 4
The Japanese expendition of the
Kainan Mara has started on its second
attempt to reach the South Pole.
FOR FLETCHER'S -
DIRECT LINE TO ALL POINTS
NORTH. SOUTH. EAST. WEST.
Pursuant to the power of sale contained In that
certain mortgage deed, executed by George
Brown and Mary E. Brown, his wife to R.
O'Hara, bearing date of April 13th. 1911
recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds
tor said Craven county in book Ne. 184, folk)
The undersigned will offer for sale to tbe high
est bidder for cash, at the court house door of
Craven county, on Saturday, December 9th. 191 1
at the hour of 12 o'clock M. all the following des
cribed property, to-wit;
All that certain lot or parcel of land lying
and being situate in the city of New Bern, aaid
state and county on the west side of Ash street
and bearing the number one hnndred forty-six.
IM, according to a plan of the estate of Joshua
Scott, dee'd.. recorded in Equity Docket, page
68 in the office of Clerk of Superior court for
Craven county, bounded as follows: Benginning
at the northeast corner of the lot formerly owned
by Frederick Harrison, and running northwardl:
Afty 66, five feet, more or less to the southeast
ern cornerof lot No. one hundred 145. forty-five;
thence westwardly along the southern line of
said lot No. 145 one hundred 110. ten feet, more
or less to the eastern line of lot No. one hundred
166, fifty-six. thence southwardly along the east
ern line of lote Nos. 166 and I6S fifty 66. feet
more or leas to the northern line of lot No. 147;
thence eastward ly along tbe northern line of aaid
lot No. 147 one hundred 110. ten feet more or
to the point of beginning on Asb street. It be
ing the same land conveyed by R, O'Hara to aaid
George A. Brown and Mary E, Brown by deed
dated April IS, 191 1, and recorded in the public
records in tbe oflfce of Register of Deeds for said
Craven county in book No. 186-folio 276. to
which reference is hereby made.
This 4th. day of November I9II.
Lake Drummond Towing Co.
An Inland Route, Protected from Storm.
Nine Feet of Water Minimum DeDth
Quick Transit for Traffic. Prompt
Towing and Freight Movement.
For tolls, towing and freight rates
apply at office in Seaboard Bank Build;
ing and at Deep Creek Lock, Va.
M. K. King, Pres. J. A. Mitten. Sec
J. B. Baxter, Supt.
J. T. Whitehurst, Traffic Manager.
Norfolk Office Bell Phone 621.
BODTalBJi BAIL IV A 1 8CHEDCLI1
N. B. Tteae figures are publiaheo
for Information tad are uot guaraav
MOBTGAGE SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of power of sale contained In two
certain mortgage deeds executed to tbe under
signed by J. T. Harria. one of which ie dated the
Srd. day at March. 1910. and recorded in book of
deeds No, 174. page 686. In the office of the Reg-
star of deeds of Craven county, and the other
Very Low Bound Trip Bates to all
Through Pullman to Atlanta, leaves
Raleigh 4:05 pm, arrives, Atlanta 6:35
p m, making Cloae connection lor and dated 21rt. day of January. 1911. and recorded in
arriving Montgomery following day af- book of deeds number 184, page 67. In the office of
to Uavino- RaUlo-h 1 1 (Yl . m Mnhiln f" Regiater of Deeda of Craven county, the un-
. T, - a on t I denigned will on the 27th, day of November 1911
y in, ow viiw. o.ov v ui, "- ,..,-,,. housedoor in Craven county at 12
Ingham 12:15 noon, Memphis 8.-06 p m,
Kansas City 11:20 a m, second day and
connecting for ' all other points. This
car also makes close connection atStlit
bnry for St. Louis and.other Western
pointsw ' . .
Through Pullman to Washington lea
ves .Raleigh 6:60 p m, arrive Washing-
on 8:53 a m, Baltimore 10:02 a m, Pb.Ua
delphia 12:23 noon, New York 2:81 p m
President Ramon Caleres, , of 'Santo
Domingo,' has been assasginated. ',
r'tia apix-iiM to the powers to Set
's tnmMws Willi lin'a.
V; Very Serious :
It la a very serious matter to ask
lor one medicine and have the
wrong or gtvtr you. For thl
reason we urge you In buying to
vj be careful to get the genuine . '
liver T'cdlclae .
The reputation of this old, rlla
bit medicine, for constipation, in
d.KCstion and liver trouble, is firm
ly eatabliihtd. It does not imitate
c h-r medicines. It ta better than
oilvr'i, or it would not be th fa
vo ltvr r-owdrr, with a larger
i c -r l ined.
o'clock of aaid day. aeilta the highest bidder for
cash the following described lot of land: That
certain lot of land in that part ot the City of New
Bern. N. 0, commonly known aa Paviotown. and
being lot number seventy (70) according to the
of aaid Pa vie town, and being on
west side of Bloomfleld street In said Pavietown
a plot ot which Ir recorded In book lot, page
886. In th office of th Register of Deeds of Cra
ven county and being tally described In eertaia
contract between J. U Raha and the aaid 1. T.
Harria. which contract la recorded is book aum-
This car mtket close connection at Wash- b m. pjg. 7Mn th. offlo. f th. agister of
. . . . .: Deeds of Craven county. This sale ia raadesuli.
ington for PittabUrg, Chicago and. all jet to a prior lien to 1. UH.h. forth, talane.
point norm ana West ana at UrMnt- af the purchase money due from thesaid J.T.
borO for ThrOUirh Tourist SleODer for Harris to the said J. L. Hahn for th purchase uf
Califoinia points and for all Florida mu WM-
points." ' ...
Through Parlor Car for Ashevill
leave Goldsboro at 6:45 a m, Raleigh
9:35 a m, : arrivee Asheville 7:40 p m,
making eloaa connection with the Caro
lina Special arid arriving Cincinnati 10
a m, following day after leaving Ral
elgh, with eloaa connection for all point
North and Not th-Wee t.
Pullman for .Winston-Salem leaves
Raleigh tM a m, arrives , Greensboro
6:30 a m, making dot connection; at
Sreonaboro for all point North, Sotth,
East and West ' This ear ia handled
en train No. Ill leaving Goldsboro: at
10:46pm. : . ; .
If yen desire any information, plea
call. - We ar hart .to furnish informa
tion a well aa to aU ticket.
Twee Ever Thus.
"Pa, what does it mean when yon
ay that price fluctuate r
"It means, my son, that they go up
and down. When it' something
you've got to buy the pri S nP-
and when It's something you've got to
ell th price goes down." Judge.
: .a-' Hr Dearest Friend.-
- Maude I'm a tittle uneasy in my
mlud. Ned asked tne to marry him.
and I told him I might some day.
Now, would you call that a promise)
Msrle-No; I should call it a threat
H. T. CART,
Q. P. A.
Washington, D. C
i. Oi JONES, 1
Na II Leav Goldsboro, N. C, 8.41
a. m,, through traiu with chaii
car to Asheville, connecting at
East Durhum, for Oxford, Hen
eVeoa, Keysvllle and Rlcsmon
-at Dalverslty for Chapel Hill:
at Greensboro for Charlotte and
all pJlU soma, alsu iur u
rill, Lynchburg, Charlottesville
Washington, and all poiata
MO. IS Leave Goldsboro, 1.05 j. av
for Greensboro, handles through
Pullman Raleigh, to Atlanta, cos
rr-etk at Greensboro for all
point north, south aad west
NO. Ill Leaves Goldsboro 10.45 p m
for Greensboro, bandies pullniaa
Raleigh , to Greensboro, wa
ned at Greensboro tor Char
lotte, Atlanta , New Orleai.
Asheville, Knoxville, also for
Danville, Lynchbutk, Chariot
tosvlll, Washington, at all
tor further InformatUn ul aay
Southern ticket agent or addr U
H. F. CARY.
General Paasenger i.feat
Wahlngtoa, D. O,
W. H. PARNELL,
Travallng Pauenger Agent
Ralelgb. N. a
Instead of Liquid
iuany people are now using
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
The new toilet germicide powder to be)
dissolved In water as needed.
For all toilet and hygienic naea It U
better and more eeonomioej.
To oleans and Whiten the
teeth, remove tartar and i
rvot decay. - - i :
To dialnfeot the month, de
stroy dlseasa grrraa, and
' porifr the breatn. -
To keep artificial teeth and
. brlduework clean, odorless
To remove nicotine, from the teeth and
mrlxy t breath aftt-r smoking.
i ii 1 1
Ther I little)' danger from a cold or
from an attack of the grin exoent when
i'D 1- followed by pneumonia, and thl never To eradloato perspiration and body
I.f. A. I happen when Chamberlain' Cough ho snnnm hathlno-:
Ralalirh. Ml C Remdv I ned. Thi remedf baa
U It great reputation ana mtensiv, mii vKermt BOd strerngthens tired, wealt.
Appeals to Yuan Shi tfal to force th Py. rm,fD' ,enr or ? nd lnflampdeys. ital8 80rethroat., wounds
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