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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1892

■Jt-'foriA QaJ. >> •^vtr Th* Columbian Riachib Mou Homkb IN TMC Flatmsad Valltt than All OthCN PafLRB COMBINCD. SuBscNimoN Lists Opkn to AOVBRTISIRB THE COLUMBIAN. ^BUSIHCSS tOUIRRCO TOR PR^NOOTCTCRT SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA* THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1892. B-AlISTK: L l". OB': COLUMBIA-FALLS. Oolombia Falls, Mont DIRECTORS: A. J. DbtU. . : * Butto, Mt. James A: TtlboU, I Butte, Mu J. E. Gaylord, : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbcy s s Butte, MU L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities - of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Wm. ILEAL), Cashier. ■ • ' . T - ■' Large Assortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED BOOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. , * PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. HOWKIB & EDUTIE, Downer Building, Nucleus Ato. Columb...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1892

THE WEEK. returned on Sun.lay City, where ho wont cards printed at Operator True, who became quite I with the business men of this i boon transferred to the front. d«f.l Land and mining law a specialty. LAsaroun & Bnoon. William Conlln, J. P, has changed his title to William Conlin, K. P. This transformation occurred on the - 6th tost. 2. A foot-rule which people should obor is: Wear the shoes that the Now York Cash Barar offers today. KBy .McGuincss received many compliments on his speech before the literary society. Billy bears his hon- ors lightly. Diamond Dyes at Fullerton'a drug •tore. Don’t forget the meeting nest Monday evening at the Bank for the discussion of matters of vital interest to the city. Every business man should bo present. Take your prescription' to the Model drug store. The former station agent at Essex has boon transferred to this city and will move his family here. Heretofore tho men have been transferred to the front after a brief sojourn. For ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1892

THE TWO MARIKS. During the "Roign of Terror” in Franco ono dark morning an unusual number of tbo ariatorncy had been marched forth and countleas heads rolled from tho block. A rasping multitude stood by and wild shouts rent tho air ns tho aristocracy wore thus butchered. Among the assembled multitude that dreary morning were two women. Ono of them was plainly clad, while a cloak was thrown around her, with which aho kept her foaturos nearly concealed. But a close observation would betray tho fact that tho woman had boon weeping. Her oyee were inflamed and rod, and sho .gazed eagerly upon tho platform, while a shudder passed over her frame as each shock of tho glittering knife severed tho head from tho body of somoono who had been unforunate enough to fall under tho ban of tho bloody leaders. Tho face was very beautiful, and sho was young--cer-tainly not more than 16 or 18 years of ago. The other foinalo was quite different in character. Hor face was fair, but there was a brazen expr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1892

c Columbian. ■w. JPAOEJ. A Wmxlt NewitambDstoteoiotub lx-TM£aTS or TUI! Flathead Kkjiov. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: f«r T»«f to «nr P. O. Adilrro*. ■dTucr.nCait*. SE?%iSKrriS^ sx people of llto Flathead. Address all jotters to The Colcsbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. urmtto at cotruBi* rALL* rooromc* ai •CCOXD CL AAA HAIL KATTIA- ALb ADVEKTISISO DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1892. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of Tur. Colombian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To ovory person sending $2.50 wo will send to their address The Colummam from receipt of order till March 4,1893. For $3.25 we will mail The Columbian and St. Louis Weekly OlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till March, 1893. For $3.25 wo will send. to any address The Columbian and.tho Chicago Weekly Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1892

Tut Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Flat, j head Valley than All Otm- i ea Paters Combined. Sub- i scniTTiON Lists Open to | Advertisers. | THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. JB^lJSTK &'■ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1892. HEBE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE THEY FILIBUSTER. 2,000000 Anti-Freo Coinage Mrn Dclcrnilncd to Prcwnt Irnmnllnti* ('oii«tflpra- <lon of the Sliver Bill. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. BauUn IlFlirrwa Ilrlnclng Thrlr XaU*« Tjphu Bpiaemlr Into Iha PrinrlpAl •Out* of This OoBBtiT. DIRECTOBS; A. J. DstU, j Osowe A. Talbott. •J. E. OsylorU, B. Tiblx*y : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Butte,. Mt. Bntlo. Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Goneral Banki ■acted. Wm. KKA.D. CnaHler. Jng Business Trans- Large Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest PricesI BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1892

THE WEEK. Harry Keith, of the Missoula Mercantile company, spent Sunday in the dty. Jno. W. Pace has commoncod the erection of a roaidenoo corner of Second Avenue eaat and Fourth street. Ladies' visiting cards printed at Tna Goluxbum office. The revival at Fairview was a success in every way, and many conversions are reported. Twenty-four joined the church. The Ladies Aid society of the M. E. church will give a supper and social in the Odd Fellows' building on] Washington's birthday. Proceedsj foe the benefit of church building fund. Tickets EO cents. Diamond Dyta at Fullerton’s drug store. . During a visit of Superintendent Green to this city last week bo saidj that a large depot building would bo| commenced here at once. So far no permanent building have boon erected in tho valley by the railroad company, and tho first one will be, built in Columbia Falls. Religious services will be hold in the City hall neit Sunday at 11 a. m. j and 7:30 p. in. Sunday .school following morning so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1892

I > TRUSTED. LoU«*4I ww« jtwtgotogdowhlb dinner that crcning. The wide hall at Uncle Peter’s with it* wide shining Boor. noft tandle-light, and portieres dghfand loft giring glimpsoe of the beautiful rooms within, must hare looked like dream-land to the woarj. shabby little fellow to whom old Francis, the butler, was talking in sorer* tones. The child was standing just inside the groat door with it* stained glass and rich oak casing. He was ahirering with cold. His face was thin and worn, the eyes, as Lois said later, so hungry-looking. In his bore hand he had a packet of pencils and cheap stationery. Lois, who was mistress of her father’s house since Aunt Letty's death two years ago, paused Just ka instant on the staircase, and than hastened her stop* toward the poor little peddler. She was a charming figure in her draw of pale rose crepe —the'toilet in which she was later going to the opera. \ remember the reflection of her girlish figure, the daintily poised head, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1892

1 inritos ita patrona it«fns of all kinda wUaiato Tnz CotruiuAW, Columbia Falla, Moot, > AT oocmiA >axl« : sarom culm uau. MArrxm. consua ia right and that tho bureau is in good hands, while a very large majority of the people think the opposite. It seems quite likely that the majority will bo found correct. The letter of JamoS Chairman Clarkson republican commi It has rib evasion in it,' precln^M the possibilities qf tho □tUXXO of BUino bcio^ brought belora tho convention. Mr. Blaine's declination of the highest honor in the gift of his party will boa serious dis- of wpubitryn Hols republican of this genera- tion, and is a favorite American. Tho present aspect of affairs seems to indicate a dear field for President Har- rison. . AIX ADVWnsiNO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THUBSDAY, EEB. 18, Bfl2. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of tho year that people select their reading matter for tho coming winter months and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 March 1892

'Wv.' Tmi Columbian Rcache* Monk Homcb in tmk Fiathkao Valley than All Otm. kn Papin* Combined. Subbcniption Lkt* Open to Adventibkrb. •••••• THE COLUMHIAN. Equipped ton Pnintih« or Event Leads, sen^ in OCRS. • • • • SECOND YEAK. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1892. : OF : COLOMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dari*, i Jamoa A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tihbey i L. C. Tront, : , S. T. Hauser, : : Butte, Mt. Butts, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Doited States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Wm. HKAD, Oulilor. Largo Aasortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: xLowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS, e EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOWNER ft HUNTER, Downer Building, Nucleus Ave. Columbia Falls, : Montana. Dr. A. H. Coe, Late A. A. Surgeon U.S. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 March 1892

• • ' Diamonti «t ^ulWriob's- driitf has commenced thrf erection of b hotel btiildicg, 26x70, two stories, oij First west, Aitoritoy and Mrs. Grubb, of KnlUpoll, have boon in town for several days, the former on l(«al business. Take your prencriptiou to the ^hfodol drug store. froo ferry is well patrouixed. It U a COnrcniona* to the largo majority of east sidore who prefer to do (heir trading hoi*. A very pleasant dance was given at Bad Rock school house, on the o.rst side, last Friday evening for the benefit of fho school district Ladiea’ visiting cards printed at Tm Colombian office. The party who took the lantern from the hall last Monday evening is known, and will save himself trouble by returning it at once. Secretary Smith of the Board of Tr^deia getting matters in shape to answer all inqnirice, and to soo that viaiture get the information dosirod v For Sale. One swell body and one two seated Cutters; now. ’ C. F. Fullerton. FuUy two dozen Kalispell people were in town yesterd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 March 1892

A PERILOUS RIDE. «ido. Then. Boeing mo getting the best of the,race, they began to put forth thoir boat offorta. By tho timo I had reached the bottom of tho slope they wore close after mo. As my wheel ran out into tho little strip of smooth road that lay along the valley ono enormous wolf, distancing tho others, ran up beside tho wheel, know ho intended to spring upon mo, and I know that if ho did he would I have just returned from a journey during which I mot with ono of tho most remarkable adventures of my life, says a Now Dim, Minn., correspondent of tho Globe-Democrat. I did not go out in search of adventures, and was not very well prepared to meet them, but they came without consulting myloelihgsr Upset tho wheel; and I would bfigiien I am a good wheelman, and make my wheel answer a groat many practical purposes when I am on trips away from homo. Indeed, I scarcely ever leave homo without it, and it has carried mo on many a business trip whore other men would have gone in a hir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 March 1892

Columbian. ■ N«w»*«a D*toth>to th* or TO* Futoead K*oiox. if SUBSCRIPTION, ssfaftErriSSre people of the Flathead. Address all lotten to The Colobi-vx, Columbia Falls, Mont. nmxto at cxH-cnu talu ro«Tomc» a« UCOBD CLAM HAIL HATH*. ALL ADTERtlSINQ BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. 2f>, lt<92. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It Is at this time of tho year that people select their reading matter for tho coming winter months and for tho coming year. Tho publisher of Tn* Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for tho next few months. To every person sending $2.50 wo will send to their address Tnz Columbian from receipt of order till March 4,1893. For $3.25 we will mail Tn* Columbian and St. Louit Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till March, 189a For $a25 we will send to any address Thi Columbian and.the Chicago Weekly Times until March 4, 189a For $1 wo will send you The Columbian and the H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1892

r —-- :rr»:o Thc Columbian Rcachcb Mont Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Othcn Paberb Combined. SubtcninnoH Li*tb Open to Advcrttkab THE COLUMBIAN. v; Men Will Find The Columbian Job Orncc I Equipped for Firbt-Clabb Printin'! or Cvtnv Kind. It Leads, send iN Youn On- I Dtna: J SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1892. BA-ISTK : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. D»Tia. : : Butto, ML James A. TalboU, ; BuUo, ML J. E. QaylonJ, : : Butto, ML B. Hbboj i : > Butte, ML L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. KKA.D, Cnakjor. Large Assortment, • :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-JLowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. '/do™ & HUNTER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1892

E WEEK. talhg buaintsa (hi« vnck. Dyes at Fullcrtouo drag Mrt. Frank Langford and fho babies will return from their visit to Clinton, Iowa, this month. Mrs. A. 0. Evans of Egan is visiting friends in Tacoma, and Bert is now a resident of Columbia Falls. OTako your prescription to the .Model drug store. J. P. Nelson, of Great Falls, has patchosed an interest in C. F. Fullorton'a btisinees and has moved his family to this city. Order your beer of Murphy & Co. They noil goods cheaper than any other houso in the valley. Messrs. Gale, Bamberger, Cummings and other Kalispoll men formed a horseback party that visited this city last Sunday. Mr. A. Macruo will deliver a lecture on "Courtship and Marriage,” in the City hall next Monday evening, March 7. Admission free. Ranchmen desiring money to make preemption proofs or to commute on tiomostoada should see J. K.Miller. A necktie party will lie given tomorrow evening at Mr. Rickards’ rcsdenco on the east side. Quito a number of yd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1892

Is JESSE JAMES HO. TWO. famous exploits of ili band or Other bull The shooting of an express Heng*c on-« New York Central train, rifliag^of the safe, flight of the robber on the engine of another train, from which Mo hod driven the crow at the point of a revolver, a running fight from the engine for miles, followed by another engine filled with railway men and the final capture of the desperado by a shorilTH posse in n swamp, after a wild pursuit across the country, are some of the sensational features of tiro most desperate attempt at train robbery in the history of the Central railway, and which casts in the shade us uu exhibition of coolnoss^und nerve the the Jesse James flaws of western fame. The American Express company's special between Now York and ButTnlo carried only goods shipped by that company. Nearly all the curs run through to Chicago and contain most valuable express matter. One car, known as "the money car,” contains specie from the United States treasury for western...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1892

* > -V lumbian. 3PAOE. A Wkxly NEWsr*rtsDEroTCDToTHi; ISTE8E5TB OT TIIE FtATI.’EAD IIeoion. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: loltar* i^-r jfT to •nr P.O. Adilrt#^ H-0 . , .. .-Ji fcM. Tlirro Mortth*. 1b •dmiico, Tk C tet*. Sinjl> 10 trots. gRftgW Tub Coujvoias invite its patronn and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address nil iottora to Tub Colcmbi.vn. Columbia Falls. Moat, fevrrftKD at CMUniMl **ix* »C\>XT> CZ^L9 a i«AtL JtATTTB. ALL ADVEKTISISO BILLS PAYABLE THE , . _ JST OF K.WU MOSTH. 'THURSDAY, MARCH 3,1882. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that poojjlB-soIoct their reading matter for tho coming winter months and for the coming year. Tho publisher of Tub Colcmdu-S can offer rare inducements to reading people for tho next fow month.!. To every person Bending S2.50 wo will send to their addr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1892

** r. + t * 4 Tnc Columbian Rcacmcs Mon* HoMta in tmi Flatniao Vallcy than All Otmin PAncns Combined. Sub■cmmoN Lists Orin to f .• THE COLUMBIAN. Business Min Will Find The Columbian JoS Orncc ] Fainssrn ran Itn at.fit ass ' EOUIBBCD SOB Fibbt-Clabs Pbintino Of Cvciir Kino. It Liadb. bend in Youn Ob- OCRS. . . i SECOND YEAH. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1892. BAJSTK OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. DbtU. : Butto, Mt. Janes A. Talbott, Butto, Mt J. E. Gajloni, : i: Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : -• Ihitto, Mt. L.C. Trout, : : Salt Lake. 8. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Citiee of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. -VVm. lilCAU, Cnahlor. Large Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOWNER ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Bead the Card of Collier & Tnto. E. 8. Johuoo of St Paul ivas ii town Satarday. A. ainknt baa returned. HU fam ily taw ABaaoula. --- T. C. Hand and wife of KalkpaU, were in town Sunday. Catholic scrrice will be held by Father H. AUaeya in the new church on Sunday, March 20th, at 10 a. m. Taka your prescription to the Model drug store. _ A volunteer fire department was or ganized last night, and fifteen names were enrolled. It is the intention of its members to have it equipped sufficiently to battle with the flamee. Notice has been received that the cased Kirkham vs. The Northern Abstract company, recently decided by Judge Lewis in favor of the plaintiff, will bo appealed to the district court. Vf. James Murray and W. P. JonesFany were in town Monday. They ore camped at Whitcfish lake, whore they have for two months passed enjoyed the unexcelled fishing and hunting. Ladies’ visiting cards printed at Thk Columbus office. The front is in the Pence block a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1892

.'&’j * THE EXTRA FREIGHT. To live within sight and hooring of n railroad; to have a big brother who ia an engineer ou that railroad; and to make trips with him whenever ho will allow and school does not interfere, is a state of things calculated to please the average boy; and it did plooso Roy Kinsley, who was rather more than the average. One afternoon Hal came home, looking vexed. “Roy, do you want to go up to Silverton with mo to-nightl” ho asked, as his brother met him at the door. “Hero I’m just back from my run, and have got ordera-to take an extra . freight up the branch to-night, which means only four hours' sleep, if 1 got any. But that isn’t the trouble; Dunn's sick, and not fit to bo out of bed, much less at work. I can't get another man before morning, so you see how it is. Will you fire this trip for mel” “Of course I will!'’ exclaimed Roy. “It’s just what I want. Hooray P Ho rushed about to got his cap, overalls and heavy coat, Hal smiled at the boy’s exci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1892

bias ln\-itcs ita patrons i to Send items of nil kinds „ ats, and occuri are of interost to tlio 10 Flathead. Address all The Cou-mbus, Columbia Falls, Mont. * AT COLCBBtA VXLLM rOBTOmd «1 UCOID CVAH HAIL HATTtl. ALL ADVERTISISO BILLS PAYABLE TUB 1ST OF EACH HOSTS. THURSDAY, MARCH 10,1«B. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of Tnc Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. ^ • To orery person sending $2.50 wo will send to their address The Columbian from receipt of order till March 4.1893. For *3.25 we will mail The Columbian and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till March, 1893. For *3.25 wo will send to any address The Colombian and.thot’Aicaflo Weekly Times until March 4, 1893. For *4 wo will send you The Columbian and the Helena Weekly ! ne pendent from receipt Disord...

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