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THE SCR Aft TON TRIBUNE- TH l'K,-DAY MORNING. MARCH 'J2. 1894.
HOW TO FURNISH A HOUSE WITH
TASTE, FASHION AND ECONOMY.
Ki DUeover um Thlunsita -.-. uerj
For Convanlanoe and Comfort N.'it !
villa uii it lioncrul Srlii mit of t'ulur lie-
qnlremente of Modern Parlor.
It iikiv ;jiicni unite . simple matter to
eutor it Htoro of furiiisiiiiiits ami soli'ct
tlic various conventional pieces of furni
ture required, but nothing leu than a
continuous study of colon, tieaigm and
effect, t tvit't ItA' with an intuitive percep
tion of what is really desirablesud beau
tiful. is nnrrwarj in order to proonn
oonpiete harmony of effect. The rag
gcetions here reproduced from The Deoo
raior and Furnisher will, wo trust, be of
assistance to tlioso who deain to know
how to acoompliah this reault with taste,
fashion and economy.
Tin' true art of furoishtng is to first
discover what things are really necessary
for the OOnTenieUOe and comfort of the
occupants' of -the house, ami then allow
the uuhvidti.il taste full liberty, guided
by a knowledge of what is proper in de
sign and color.
The proper way to furnish a r.Huu is
first decide ujn a general icheme of
color, which is the first thing to be done
in the decoration of an apartment.
of the various woods, mahogany is
perhaps the most appropriate for the
woodwork of the par
his a southern outkvL. t;t
i? or blue vol
Wide; an ounce or any ono color will
make n band tyindhea deep when woven
44 inches vide; uiiounri'uf any one color
will make B l aud 1J inches deep when
woven 51 inches wide. By a little cal
culation one can plan a striped border
for curtains or spreads,
The hit ami miss eiirtninn an woven
by sewing all colon of scraps together!
Using no piece over half a yard long,
These curtains are generally finished
with a band of plain color near the top
and bottom or a bonier of Roman tripes.
Whore you are making more than one
CUttain ISd desire Stripes, tbO best way
is to divide each color into ns many parts
as you wish curtains. If you have oi;ht
ounces of red snd wish to use il in two
curtains, make two four ounce balls. If
you desire strives at the top and bottom
of each curtain, make four two ounce
Knitting silk is used tor the warp, and
If the center is hit ami miss any color
can bo used, but where the center is of
any plain color use this color lor the
warp. Light or failed silks can be easily
lived with bright dyes. Where there is
no weaver or one has but a few scrap'.,
they can be prepared in the same man
ner and knit upon wooden needles or
crocheted, By usm four knitting nee
dies one can knit a strip one vaid wide,
but it is very clumsy to handle. It can
be ki.it in narrower .strips.
Cfoekel Ijmmi ratteen.
Modern PliSctUa suggests a neat little
edge which lever) rdmple and therefore
quickly made, it is sspseteM) suitable
THE JAPANESE ROOM,
it Muy He Beadered i:nvn iv u I to a suinii
Outlay of Moiwy.
A .lapauiw room allows of rich, warm
color ami of wider range of Individuality
than does the ordinary room. If you
Serve afternoon tea, il can bo made a real
gelll of a place.
Japanese materials and Japan ess fur
nlture may of course oost as much as you
lire inclined to Spend, but One gnat beau-
aud thosn about to hSflnBJIS mothers, should
know that Dr. Pioreo's Kavorite Prescription
rohs childbirth of its torture, terrors and
1 1 ; 1 1 1 , i -1 to Until iiiiithur it i it I eluhl, by hkIiiik
. il. at i
TV.-- " l-fiFW
EXi'iKK SOI A, svk:-:en AXD CHAUt
crs are appropriate, snd warm or reddish
tints look best tu rooms of a northern ex
posure; heuce the following scheme of
decoration will be appropriate: Wood
work, tcohocatiy; walls, self tones of old
sr.-;d and yellow; frieze, same as wall ;
cornice. Itgbt old red; ceiling, citron yel
low: carve:, deep old red, with old gc '. I
citron and russet; apholstery, warm
chve reea; a deeper :::.: i :' wall color.
As rviarcii the f:rn::ur. one of the
most refitted of all the modes of the pres
ec: rtutr -j :h- r::.":re :v'. w was
CKW 111 V ItUMMlNO.
for trimming underwear, children's
skirts, aprons, etc It is worked In the
width with crochet cotton No ID and a
fine steel needle. Make a ch of 19 --t
First row- One t c in fourth st, 5 ch.
miss 3 ch, 1 t c, I) ch, I t c m next st.
ch, 1 s c iu last st. Second ri,w. Two s
c. I picot, 3 sc. I picot, 8 s c on e ch; 0 t
C oti 8 ch; 8 ch, I s c iu center of 5 ch,
o ch. 3 t o iu 9 t o. Third row -Three
ch. 1 1 c in 1 1 o. 5 ch. miss ch, 1 t c, il
ch. 1 1 0 in 1 1 0, 5 ch. miss t C, 1 S o in 1
s o of scallop. Repent second and third
. peu in t ranee uttcer i
ae re-.u-.' . :
of this stvle
.".r. (eon I. The furninr
usual; produced tn rraaccanr. re
lieved rr.:z ,r: t-r-ass catting and ona
menrs. which take the rue" of the wood
earrings of other epochs, Th ityten y
be ;. r owed :n highly mate or stm-.'.-icnn-rr.
The nod-rt: iin-.s; re:u ;s ofrer.
finished a ts-.'dratzatirn th-1 Lov.i
Qrdue style. This style, which :a
z. i re itnvsgant effects is known u- :he
Bococo Ityle, : -.'h.irio".7'.red by nnin
Urutc '.:n.:s ii .'ir--rs. There
eonsiderabie as .'. rarved scroll'
w:rk. The .-ryle the eery opposite c :'
that hard and stony style known as the
Eastlake and the nlr.cate espr-ssion of
freedom of line, sprace and richness of
It U not the 'tnstom at present to cm
factun the regulation su::, containing
what ww formerly considered the cr-
a loctj seize iirrvt. ajrs Ban,
thodox nimber of pieces. Tni parlor
suit u nuw onrtailed to thrpe ,t at '
mo-it ftvs pks .s. which compr.ie a d'.van
or sofa, armchair and two sid : hairs,
sofa, two ar.'ichairs and OM -: !::. dr,
These are supplemented by a varly of
fiseea, known as odd chairs, eorr.-r
chair3, ottomana, window seats, fa:.
tables and pedestan. The drawing r . an
frjuently will include a pUr.. with
carved ptaoo seat, music cabinet and
InformlloT AWal FJan't.
A wr.ter in The Etude has the follow
ing to wy about the tone of pianos: The
characteristics of a fine singu. torn are
volume, depth, duration. fltsribfUty, rich-n-ss
A timbre and revrve power, B
"reaene'' is meant the capacity of the
IQtmdboSffd to give out a pars tone not
only nnd ordinary touch and f -.r a, b ;"
to ot-ar forcing till the utrnost limit of
the pianist's r-eTigh is reached i without
less of nobis and musical quality). The
amount of pure tone the piano can he
mads to yield when for'ed is its final
test of aWellSMt, and I may add of dura
bility. Comparatively few amateurs
are aware of the exists ice of the sfttgtog
tone of the piano; fSWSf Hill bSVS SSST
prod nod it.
The singing tone if i', Ui perfect wlli
carry. I hat is, it will travel a long di
tnnos nndlminished m strength and no-1
changed in timbrs a nroperty which
depends njion putty as ranch as upon
foTQS of vibration. Ttie singing tone of
a fine inatruinent n.ay be BOBnted on for
many yearn and Should increase during
the first fiv" years of use, as he t"tur'-
of the wood growH more Bexible under
vibration, provided the piano ri-"-ivH;
propiT care. Fine pianos have a great
latent vitality. They can is: repairer
and restored to beauty of tone when in
ferior instruments are hopelessly di.-. in
tegrated. WEAVING SILK HAG'J.
iv to Do 'litis for Oartalnst Table Oevs
crs, Cuahlun and Similiter Itnlx-a.
There iti nothing prettier or eaaJtrto
make by ono who has had experience In
making rag carpet.; than the outcome of
silk rugs woven together. The Bouse
keeper gives these directions: Collect
every wrap of Kill;, Rutin and Velvet,
whether bias or straight, Cut in utripH
half an inch wide. Thin pilks can bo
cut wider and very heavy nilk nnd vel
vet narrower. In sewing lap the pieces
one-half inch, new firmly nnd smoothly,
nnd as you sew roll them into one pound
balls. If much satin or velvet is used,
the ball should weigh If, pounds.
Twenty-two ounces will weave a yard
of goods 51 inches wide; 20 ounces will
weave a yard of goods 44 inches wide; 10
ounces will weuvo a square yard; 12
ounces will weavo a yard of goods 27
Inches wide. Rules for colored etrips:
Ono ounce of any one color will make n
band 2J inches deep when woven a yard
A Wont ibwut Pound Cake,
They don't make pound cake 'pound
for pound' in those days." said one of
: . in I rake makers for the Woman's
Exchange, "but the formula is abcut ;is
easy t. remember if one says to herself,
Six ounces of butter, T ounces of Sour
ifter :t is lifted , S ounces of suirar and
half the latter number in e that is.
-4. To this add a pinch of ground mace,
rtw. !i::.-hes if you like, or a quarter
:' . r.-.tturi tr.-l the grated rind of a half
lemon and the juice. No baking pow
der or soda. Depend on the beaten whites
of the eggs for the lightness.
"I know it is the custom in making this
cake to ls;at the flour and butter to---:her
first, but I never have bad luck,
in ': I beat my butter and sugar together
first: then I add the beaten yolks of the
turn the flour with the mace and
the grated lemon rind, and when my
; spend pans are greased and ov-n ready
the beaten whites of eggs are added to th3
cake and stirred in hurriedly. When the
ggs are beaten t a stiff froth. I add the
lemon juice to them and use the egg
;.-t"- r vigorously.
"Yon do not want too hot an oven to
start with. I sometimes open my oven
I r - vera minutes before putting in
the cake. Cookbooks will tell yon the
j exact number of minutes required to
hake : ,ur af. h ;t d-jn't bo misled: your
minutes will vary with your style of
, oven and your kind of fire. Don't al-
ways pin your faith to a brown splinfer
itber. When your cake stops 'singing,'
1 it ii done every time."
Thin;t tVumm Want t't Know.
Bayadere erepona showing raised ir
regular lines of various colon on black,
; - . doll pink and "cru grounds are
among the new iinportatbms.
Prominence in the new colors is given
to browns, beige, jale yellow and all
shades, running from brown into lighter
The large bows in black or white
moire antique, edged with either black
or CTSam la' -, are the rage just now.
Flonncings are now sold gathTsJ to
tiwr re-.tOings in wide and narrow
widths, so that there is no question as to
th amount tonso in the fnilnnia
tendon r toward draped or donbls
r;.r's is growing more pronounced, par
th oftrly In evening gowns,
It is not likely to lt; a yar in which
there will beany wonderful fancy stuffs
ir, faahio'i. Solid plaitiii'sis will chara'
terize materials, whh h will be trimmed
often with narrow galons.
boxes for sardines and holders for
oranges are DOYeltiM out In aitver plated
Enamel Dies, ipidWs, butterflies no l
robins lignre upon the handles of dainty
spoons, tpty ially designvl lor the ever
popular "j o'clock."
el ... W
i OHM KM in .1 tl'tM-si- KUOM,
ty about a room of this sort l t tint It can
be m ule iiuiueiisely etTecli e and at the
same time exhaust but little money,
The hiexpeiisive china and tho low
priced stiUf .11,' o.oud in e ilur aud excel
lent 111 design, which Is lie' gnat rOBSOII
of tho popularity these goods have at
tailed The foundation of the loom It
of course the floor, and if that and the
walls ate correct the rest will follow
quite uaturally if you have any ol thai
sense of fitness which all women un sup
posed to have.
A good color for the wall Is dull old
blue. tu the walls bang a cabinet of
bamboo and till it with Japanese bits.
Here aud there place a bracket support
Ing a rose of good color and hang ovei
yonr divan a flat screen of bamboo, but
do not put pictures in tins one room. Tot
tile floor select either plain white Japa
nee matting or matting which shows
quaint figures here and there, and throw
down upon it il few jute nigS,
Buy only light bamboo chain, which
are in perfect harmony w ith the general
scheme, aud select one or two footstooll
of the same material, but be quite bum
that each one makes a comfortable seat.
Iu one corner erect your tea table, and
then let as much color concentrate a?
your purse allows. Let the table itsell
be of bamboo, with the two shelves cov
ered with matting, and select your serv
ice of Japanese ware. Into the ceiling
screw a strong lamp hook and hang ti
it a big umbrella, from which the ban
die has beeu cut, and beneath this let
your table and the one chair for tin
maker of tho tea stand side by side. Se
lect your kettle of Japanese bronze.
Lastly, when all the rest is complete
hang bamboo portieres at the door and
curtains of cajafoun cloth at the win
dows. How o Make an Omelrt.
The most successful way of proceedin?
is to beat the whites and yolks of th(
- separately until both are light; the,!
add to the yolks one tablespoonful ol
milk for each egg and the frothed whites.
Stir lightly together and turn Intotht
Omelet pan, which must bo ready on the
stove, with just enough hot, browning
butter in it to keep the omelet front
sticking to the pan. As the omelet sets
slip a ttrin bladed knife under one edg
and lift it enough to let the uncooked
egg run under. As it hardens roll up e
little and tum out on a plate, Do not
wait for it to be entirely cooked. Tin
heat remaining in it will make it solid
without hardening. No salt must be
added until the omelet is cooked, as il
wiil make it tough. So made, an omelet
should be a light, puffy mass, brown 01
the outside and golden heart id within.
One cupful of hut pudding and a cup
ful of warm mil'.;, beaten together with
a cupful of sifted flour. Let it stand
overnight. In the morning add a well
beaten egg and half a teaspoonfnl ol
v ia dissolved in a little warm water.
When ready to fry, stir into thi- battel
a half cupful of sifted flour. Butter n
hot griddle and fry in small cak"s, send
ing at once to tiie table, Tins is daibtj
A lloiiK-miili-Tea litlilr.
Now thnt th" fashion of offeringtea to
afternoon callers is ho general tea tables
of every shape and siie are seen. Those
that have a double stand are found to be
mon convenient, and such a one, recent'
ly Illustrated in 'ibo Household, can in
easily made from two barrel eovws.
A IVIm Pesaootter,
Tourist la Mi" dining ball stScrogg's
Station fin by the eowpitn
Conductor No, by private parties.
'I v.n 'I hank f .rt.ne f.,t that V. u
will probably hw allowed plenty el tine M
u.it New Vork Wi'fkly
If' ur i i'iy Hilar t.'-iy Stisagsd
From isjo larni at will, iuiitet
In'lln n f,n-M4toiio clay.
wasio dree Un loaKwi ui
lean blsbrstesf down reu weiir,
A t wit run BMB 0OWB tclay.
"Down, Uta iirtt of all hi raoa
li-i Lie, BaUnueitli facn ut tiw.-a
(in Urn litkti ur In il,M i uv,
Hliil-- tlci sti-itill'-it efiiio'
Alt- Um '.itrry utlicrt IWW,
Died unit t'jL tlic tawl itravn
Wban they aeratebsd Iha reladsw imua
Iobm 'ai" awds i-ii" skslsh ins own,
llwbsd a from Dm srtlst Umo,
F.vii Iu thu.' early 'lay;4,
Woe a ibapls iioeeoii ptniss
Tliruu n the till uf othur mini
1 re tli'-y lii-wwl tin' KpMli vltt;)
favorlUSBl leVSVMd lilit-uigi-,
gvnii as It ilooa III this ugii.
Wlm shall ilmiljt tin- M'lTi't 1 1 IU
Pi.'litr I'Iiciiii'm pyiiuiilil
WSS that tic OOBtrSCtOr did
( 'ISIIS UllL llf St'V.'Otl IllilliuUUt
Mr that Jrwcpti's auilili'a rhtu
To cuDipli-ullor nf Htipllil4
Wiui a fraud of moustrous hiA
(in Kiu-Fbareoh's swart civilians?
Thus the artli'sj suacii I "Int
Do nut deal with anything
Jor ur never said buforo,
As It wn In thn becinnini;,
Li today official HlmilnK.
Aud shall bo (or vrvrnioro.
-ltudyard Kiplli ;
II 1 I
nature in preparing the system for parturf
tinn. Thereby "lalmr" iiiul the iiinil (if
iiiilliicnient is nn-itl lv Hlioi'teiiisl. Il also
A l III AT AMI COKVBNII K I IAIII.IC.
These are turned SO that Hie run will
stand up and seound by four broom
stick lege, which are w lewd In to Hie
f this table Is painted with ilm ivory
white enamel paint thai le now so pop
ular for furniture, the rims of theCOVCTS
lined with Kilt paint and a few lines of
tho gilt striping the legs ai the top ami
bottom, ii will be very handsome und
promotes an abundant secretion of nuurisii
menl for tim child,
flouts Bend Pasifk Cu.. WoalL
Ptaaca, Bulrslo, n. v.:
(ddr .so I Im'ksii fak-
Inir vein " ntVOntS I're.
Hci liil Inn'' t he Mist
moatbof preglMBO. and
linn- oontinued nikintr
it since oonloeneut T
did llllt CXpcrli nee the
imiiHeu iii- any ut Mm- ml
moots due tu pregnan
('-OWt mWOa ' ' sun ciimii,
wttttiimy III liii 1 1 UHlntri
time, nut) tlir phyrili-inu
I in It UM sll l til ul 1 1
fiTktllf 1 WllH (nilltllt'il U M ' 1 1 1 In' Hltll M)U
I'tirrlictt Hi-fi, nfiil il hiiMiluuu it world of K"'J1
l a un- Min ' ii iy ytmisi.
We Hi 1 1 1 k it Have
C. Il Mi Kit.
DR. HI HI, A' ,
RotUOVei FrooMi PlmpluiI
Livjr - Mulot, filnnMiBada,
Sanburn and Tin, and Ma
lures ho Skitt 10 Iihoi IkI
nal fri-.ihne.Mi, p.inluuliiK a
OlSSI and BSSIUiy enin-fl
I'leliiiu. r 1 1 -I I utnii i:u u
M naratloni un I nerf -i ilv
UrUfl la, r mailed Iir50i-la. Baud lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP ' daw! limaajmikU
lata rafUflai i"tii. anaaalal in Um iuiwi, aa4 u.,.i
,Ui.l (Ul U.u i,,.i-ty il'tMliil. l j,ui blrl acllmltl; ut.ll
MU4. tt .UunKit. Prinu Ti Cmti.
Q. C. BITTNER . CO., Tolcoo, O.
MetttlOWS BrOf . M..I Kan III u. und
Hoi'KKn a i'u.
(..-in. Miiiie w nil nice.
A good way to nan a cupful of cold
boiled l ice IH In pill il into gems fur
luncheon. Bepante the yolks from the
whites of it eguM, beat the yolks bghi and
add a pint of sweet milk and II cnpfiils
of flour i If Is thoroughly and thn add
n tablespoonfnl of butter melted which
is not a tableapoonfnl of melted buttar
a toaepoonful of salt and the cupful of
boiled rice. Rent vigoroiiKly: then add 2
teaspoonf ills of bilking powder ami the
well beaten whites of the eggs. Orewo
the geui pans thoroughly and bake yi
minutes in u quick oven.
mdae a wen
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I Hi oui.gr
HtODVl LTItu fttOVl
Iflrtl LI- tu KO I 1 I lil-h ull
Ni-i viMie Ulfeancn, PHiiititf Mi iini!
I'ut ValH. HU'l l.il'-rll.i- NluTltl V I. Hill
Hluilx, snU.0ftWWl I'V 'n( liburt p, ulvt-a l
Id iiiikvn hi 'fuii, u. ul lunLly but r-uiel rttatoi t-i
M lsmbuuil in Old 01 fiintf hii-l.y anil Jib VMl
po!kl PrttM9l.it ttpiicltftft BU for .so with
Pill m tfHiu MtM t teirJ or MWM rr-Cuiidi-st. Don 1
tt't UIIY UllIM Illi'lpltJ tlrirjlfl-'t rll )U tiny kli.'l ul
tfUf-if K"i Itidiat t'U hit' Inif I MM ! nut i' ulhci Tl
hv nMnot vot lt1 w i' wlii ruriiti It hv tiiatll upuu rui;
olpricu rMipbWt in miUm Mvtiopt feet-.
SOLD by MttthYI Drot., U ltulei,ale und RtUil
praurttB, SLRAN'ION. PA., ftfld ulhex Ltai!
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Jiaptm Ch
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounge3 for the Holiday
Trado. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will be as good as new
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONHELL CO.
Ekoomio ar thi Hi.hi.t Mtcctt AuTaeaiTita
K SEnTilOL INHALER
INHAt.fR will cure ynu. A
woudtTful boon to Poftgftfi
i r i:i olilsj, hc.rc 'l lir.ml,
Infliipnr.i. II i om I,,I1.
i rll A Y I'F.VKK. itarSl
I'nmriJ.afrrri,.'. Ad cfni li-ut
rpmprir ivirtr.-iiliif 1. r,f
In pncKot. nailT t3 vt m flrt Indirailun of imIJ.
C'nnllnai-it I in l:ft"t. Frrnnnrnt 'nrr.
Hatiifaiilwi aii-iranti'i'ii or mnnr re! umled Prlr.,
CO rt.. Trial fni t Dnnit-int4. It-v:-r. -. . :
CO OSalS. E. f. CCSHSU, Sir., Ikre tm, Ikct , C S. .
MFNTHHI """" ml aafi-m remiiilT for
Rl ,l,Ul lll.l1 l.i ll li .11 Si.
A i RrcTAIIa
Tnalof til" lieyt quality for flom"Stti; OM.ar,d
Of hUbIsim. delivered ID kuj part ut Ua citr
at loweat price.
Order lot I al my ulllco.
NO, lis WVOMINa AVENUE,
Riar room, flrt flixir. Thir 1 National Bank,
or iicnt ty mail of ti-lej!.oaa to tun rniua, wul
receive )rompt atti-ntiou.
r-t-lal contracts nlll b made for Uie aale
aud delivery ot buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
Khvnm.i.M s..rt. Ilnrnt. cm Wondrrftit rem
euif i , r rn.ti rnce, sfi ru, m oru'
Kitm urorroattprapaiq, agaraai ii ai
For Hie br Matthewa Uroa.. Moriian Urus and
Murcai. A Co.
Havinir sccnreii tbe BBOBINO FOROB ol
w lllltu blume for a parmSSaflt tm!
liesa atauiL I Lall roadacl btimtnc am
l'utliolotrical bhOS lilt lor the PrtTMttoo, I'.e
llef anil I'm e of LsmMSM and thcr iinpedi
metltslll the lnovpiroKta of Borsaa incidental
or dot to Inperfset iborlng I shall (rive the
wrk my pcrSOBSl uttentl n ami auaruntee ui
i xtra I'liarge, except for .mini T( meet. Ijtme
tiesa, etc. , wjll hetieatd afternojns A free
CUOlc ami tirofensicnal advice glTSS i-verv
Mouday friu I to . H, 11.
Every Womar i JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. S,
Sometimes noeita a reli
able monthly regulatmr
AX Dr. PEAL'S
Am rimmpt, aafc nnd certain in reult. Ttie tienu
.' Or I'enl't.-never d;nflunint. Sent aurwhclt
1.00. l'aal Mcdli inc Cu , Cleveland CI.
Bold to .milN' B. PHELPS Pbsrmseltt
oortMr Wyoming sTsnoe and Bpmos itresl
DtlTEB IH0I CO., dc CnlUt. il.uoo.ooo.
BEST SI .AO HHOE IN Till: OltLO.
"A dollar funti t a dolitt mmtJ."
ThUl.rtUlen'KoU.il nnrli DoMffoUKMBtlt
lun Bool dcIlvpTTtl free Ml where ,n .hf I s , ;,
rvcftpt of Caih. Money Ordi r,
01 I Vital Not! for f ; M
Ka mi frery way the boon
MM ia nil "retuil utoroi for
J..SiJ. V nmke this Uwt
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