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i 1The Interior Journal
Entered in the PottOffice at Swlford 11
ucond clan matter
JunL1SI11lD TUEHUAYS AND rUIDAI
M
100 PER YEAR CASH
I IY When not so paid tJOO will be charged
NOTICE
You should see us before you let out your
A house carriage and root painting Parer
hanging n epcclnlty We hare samples of
paper from three leading houses of the wot
and can sell you wall paper cheaper than
you can steal U Estimates furnished on a
apIpllcatlol
J J BMUKN A Co Somerset street
BEECHER I
My tare Black Jack will make Ihe season of IQOS ai
stable three miles North of Cub Orchard at 161
161To
To INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when
colt II foale 01 th malt parted with a lien retalneJ
by law on colt until season U pali Not vspoi ll
Mnsllorlaccldentst
orlaccldentstbuuntil taken to
for accidents but care taken to prevent same
Beecher Is 8yearsold and Is black with white
points sired bV Joe Blackburn and he by beco
Irincs and he by Imported Prince from Spiln
I First dam OrUna Taylor Second Jam Naomi
Third dam Ellen Blithe Fourth dam the Iknnelt
JenneA II TIGAtl
Crab Orchard Ky
4ere J H IOONE t CO
Proprietors
LIVERY fiND FEED STflBL
Stanford Kv
re Good Livery Service at Reasonable Bate
Also Dealers 1
Call on us on Depot Street
OMi BD CARTER
Successor to Bruce Jt Carter
A Livery Feed and Sale Stable
Depot Street STANFORD KY
Special attention to Commercial Men
Your patronage U solicited Horses
handled on commission
r
Stock Pena In Connection
TAar I DIALCR Traylor ConnectionI 1S t I
WHlsk pranflu Wines Bee I
Gloars Etc I
aSTWSr STANFORD KY
Oros to Depot I
Prompt and pollts attention Nothing but the ti
to drink Mall pbon cr ulsgraph orders reedy
DrOlllphtunUon I
eromptattentWaGive
Give Me Your Order I
I Can Please You
j
Why buy ready made clothing when
there is so little diflereheo In the price of
high grade ready made suits and a suit
made to Jour measure taken by an ex
perienced tailor I have a handsome
K line of Spring goods 1 can make from s I I
low price business suit to the finest dress
suit Also Spring overcoats and trous II
au The company I represent is one of
I
of 1
the best I also have a lino goods
make un myself for those who prefer Itj
H C RUPLEY the Tailor
Valuable Property For Sale
1
Lands tna
Ten acres of land k twostory front 7
roomcottage The house ts new A splen
did garden and orchard There Is a large
mill on the place a good crusher and the
dam is In good repair and the natural pow
er Is great economy In running the mill
Does a splendid business Everything Is In
jooa repair and has all necessary outbulld
Ings The owners only reason for selling
5j the rush of other business as he bus ex
tensive farming interests to look after
t This property U on the Hanging Fork about
I I miles from Stanford and can be bought at
a bargain Fur further particulars ad
dress tJ O Thurmond Lytle Ky or
L It Hughes Stanford Ky
POSTED
Wo whose names appear below strictly
forbid hunting nsblug or any kind of tree
passing on our places and will prosecute
Tlolators to the full extent of the law
Irs Kate Ador Kelchenbach lircs
Fred VonGruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan
Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann
Alfred Simpson George Holmes
I Miss Mettle II Hewes E Kelchenbach
Charles Cummins Jos Halloa
A 0 Dunn S M Holmes
W E Amon W It Daugherty
U J Hoffman M D Flmore
Peter W garter J Nevln Carter
J E Bruce W F Bhomtker
Thomas Ferrllt Green Ferrlll
F J Conn John B Oamenlsch
Sam Trowbridge A U Root
Charles Ensslln Mrs Frank Cordlor
rNUMBEnONE
NUMBER ONE
Y NUMBEnONElt tI
e Veterinary t
I IA Liniment llli
A universal embrocation for atlee
lion of the akin muscles
Slion Ojoi tuscln
HORSES AND CATTLEI
Ie Valuable for iiiralni bruIteaUme I I
neif ringbone Mpi lns poll oyll
founder ttorenesi of Joints weakness
of joint wind gain callus frost
bites external poison iwelllngi I
sand cracks cod other dUea e
DlitLCTlONH Always bake the
bottle before using In wounds or
eaaeoI
laand cleanse them with warm water
s and pour on the Liniment until It
oaks wtHl Into them or rub the IIn
Iment gently over the sore with a soft
piece at cloth For sprains stlI
joints etc the Liniment should be
F thoroughly rubbed Into the parts beI
I
fected three time a day for
cracked haela ringbone poll evil
etc tbo genoral directions are to ap
ply the Llnlment freely twice dailY
i5c SOc and f I bottles for sale by
I DR 1f N CRAIG
Pharmacist
STANFORD KY
n 0 L KV1
U
Y
1
FOR SALE I I
Eltht hundred acres of all nelann asyou will find
In Central Kentucky with twenty thouunl JolUrV
worth of brick buntings on itnJ running water on
free hike arose to this city only f to an acre
W II ULAKELEY Bowline Green Ky
UMBRELLAS
Recovered and repaired and made almost
as good as new for a mall amount I can
fix your umbrella better than the tramp
repairers and for less money Give me a
trial FRANK ATKIM Stanford
For Rent or Lease
A splendlc large dry goods storeroom
and a largo warehouse attached recently
occupied by Levy firm Stanford Ky Ap
ply for particular to J B Owsley or to
The Lincoln County National Dank
J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky
For Sale Privately
My house and 10 acres of land situated
just outside of town limits on the Somerset
pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser
vants room good collar stable and all
necessary outbuildings Water hydrant la
the yard and one for stock
J P BAILEY
Nice Home For Sale I
Having decided to return to Somerset I
offer for sale privately mv home on East
Main Street In Stanford the residence Is
a sixroom cottage brand new bath room
and all conveniences The lot contains
about IS acres of land and tho home is a
most delightful one For further particu
lars call on or write me at Somerset J B
peck or Vm Beck at Stanford
pl
B D Peyton
DEALER IX
Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries Fruits Veg
etables Cigars and
Tobaccos Stanford
PEYTON willI
My rasa Jack ISyton elxyrnre old will
initkf th > irvM > nt svsnlof 11 Vtitt my Mnlilr
tit Moriliuul Ky nt f to Insure n living
colt lI tans colt nrv l rni > ntul fine and I
IhlnlI
Four of his colts art on my farm which will
siMiik for themselves and run 1w neon nt HUM
time I will 110 nt the game pine stand my
fine fliCk Hlnck Hawk two ycursoid 11110 t
15J inches high lli will MTV u llmlt il
nuinlHT of mama nt W to Irmirf it living roll
InulIIlr due win n volt IN fouled or umrv
trmliilor piirtttl with Jtot rtsixntslblc for
urrldents or f niHs
eseulweB limit Mortlnml Ky
A RESTORATIVE CURES
NERVOUS DEBILITY
TIle mlrlj admit mea 11110 are tr1mRIa P1111r1
Tilemental annd rvee
n toMStamen mWi onOerR
menIAl I1d n no ro men of Wllon enerlrY DdI
nonal maernum tile lru lyre or t rrfll tnI1hO
To atWn tall Ih ant ftqulall I 1 rood aeatth
Nrrs whlcn gtrs aptltybor pblcallWtI menu
nlaldlnlopmenlndmakeluonhllIDjl
fEFreilS HEKVIOORm kr Slrnj Calm Htm
Cure Hyeu DIllllr Mani Mmrr VIII Woo
nt PrilrUn SI > K and OI trouUidu
to oT rworkmokInidni liatilu and otarmuMi
Make rlrb hraltr blood andnpIrwailed aurrca
aurrcaJjjoalr
AuaI
nrealo refund i f rut eurd or n anted
pcrren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U So A
von SALE AT TSSSTCS DRUG STORE
jPCIICR
PROSPECT 2087
DESCRIPTION Foaled April 28 1900 16
bands high solid bay with white feet be
hind a model in form with superior style
a show horse second to none either in
harness or under saddle
PEDIGREE Sired by Dignity Dare 1982
he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel
he by Black Eagle he by King William
Dignity Dares tat dam Lizzie Mont by
Welchmont he by William Welch he by
Rysdicka Hambletonian Prospects 1St
dam Dora Deane 2740 bv On Time ne by
Stonewall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by Joe
Abdallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd
dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark 4th dam
by Black Hawk Mqrganj 5th dam by Ol
iver he by Wagner 6th dam by Imp
Messenger Will serve a limited number
of mares the present season at 815 to in
when colt is
sure a live colt Money due
foaled or mare traded or parted with
Mares grazed at 62 per month all bills
paid before removal of mates not respon
sible for accidents or escapes Three
miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville
S Danville pike
CARPENTER SANDIDGE
J K BAUGHMANS
NABOTH
By Nabotb bay threeyearsold and a
much finer horse than Ills slreso well known
In this part of the State as a breeder of
speed style and durability iJam Nora Nor
ml by Noval 2lO < a son of Electioneer
ISS Nora NorTHls first dam by Metropoll
tan son df Hambletonian 10 sire of George
Wilkes and Electioneer 2d dam by Mambrl
no Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by
Wagner 5tb dam by Imp Tranbvi 6tb dam
iy Thorntons Rattler A splendid Individ
lal with a pedigree as line all any horses
HUMMER JR
Hay stallion f5f bands a good Individual
with abundant speed Be Is by Hummer 0112
lire of Bouncer 200 Stately 3ll1X > Rpal
peen SitSK Quickly 2iUX Mountaineer
154 Speedon 2lIUf151n 230 Hummer
11112 Ia a son of the renowned Electioneer
md save one Is the only son of Electioneer
tvlngthat Isout of a George Wllketi mare
and with the exception of Arlon It the only
my standing In Kentucky that has a 2100
erformer to his credit Hummer Jr1 dam
sulma by the great Lord Russell dam j
3 odlvu by Auditor 773
HAPSBURG 509
Great coach stallion 101 bands high by
Imp Glosturand out of a mare by Wonder
fnl Hoy Anyone wishing a very high bred
cOlch borne to breed on standard brea mares
for getting style speed and action should
leo tills hone
JESSE ALVERSON
Shetland Pony Fine Indlvldualgoad breed
er style end action
All of these horses will stand at 110 to In
sure a living colt
NAPOLEON
Will also stand my jack Napoleon tit 910
to Insure marts and 110 by the season from
April 1 to July 1 for jennet
Mares grazed at 12 per month which In all
cases must bo paid before they are removed
Care taken to prevent accidents but not re
sponsible should any oocur
J K BAUOUMAN Hnstonvllle Ky
k 11
t
Here and There 1
The Colorada Humane Society pre
vented tho President from chasing a
captive bear
After the hardest fought battle ever
witnessed In Carlisle the city went dry
by a majority of 103
Of 206 Indictments returned by the
Pcndleton county grand jury 199 were
against the Standard Oil Company
May 16 17 and 18 nt Atlanta Ga
have been decided upon as the time and
place of the next meeting of tho Na
tlonal Association of Manufacturers
After a family quarrel Antor
Sparacio an Italian who lives In
Gcncsco N Yshot his wife her moth
er and her daughter and then shot nnd
killed himself
The noted case of W P Owsley Sr
of Louisville vs W F Owsley Jrv or
Burkesvillc over the ownership of the
famous Owsley Stock Farm near
Burkesville has been compromised
Judge Pryor set aside tho 1800
fines entered against a Louisville game
dealer for selling imported quail He
says the law does not contemplate the
protection of birds of other States
A hundred men are scouring the hills
of Estill county for two or three burg
lars who blew open a safe at Wngen
vllle and secured SOO One of the trio
was run down by bloodhounds and is In
jail at Irvine
Justice Gayner of Brooklyn has Is
sued an order requiring District At
torney Jerome and Assistant Distric
Attorney Rand to surrender to J Mor
gan Smith and wife the letters and
documents belonging to them whic
are in those officials hands
Warrants of arrest have been Issued
against T D Underwood County At
torney of Barren county and R E
Combs City Attorney of Glasgow
charging them with selling whisky to
Nfgro dealers in a local option count
and sharing tho profits for protection
Dr Daniel K Pearsons of Chicago
who Saturday celebrated his 85th birth
day announced that he would devote
the remainder of his life io Riving
away his fortune and would have no ex
ecutor Ho will contribute largely ti
the mountain schools of Kentucky Ten
nessee and Virginia
rho sporting editor of a Tacoma
Wash newspaper has it is said suc
ceeded in matching John L Sullivan
i former champion pugilist of the world
and Charley Mitchell champion boxei
of England for a 20 round bout Mar
quis of Quecnsbury rules the battle to
accur some time in May
I
ilFARMERS DEPARTMENT
i Jl1 Cress bought a lot o stock hogs
i last week at 4c
J B Floyd sold to F J Conn his
place near Highland for 200
Dogs killed 80 sheep and lambs in
one night on John Roseberrys fair
near Paris
Saunders Lutes Sons bought of
Bruce Huffman three carloads oC
slop cattle at 4c
J J Smith of Brodhead is making
the season with the good combined stal
lion Foxhall He stands him at 6
The desired number of stockholders
in the Fair Association has been secur
ed and the proposed fair for the coming
summer is now a certainty Richmom
RegisterStock and farming implements sold
well at the sale of J W Glass in Gar
card Milk cow sold for 57 two steer
salves 1950 each three steer calves
114 each heifer calves 511 two gilts
ill and 13 male hog 350 sow and
pigs 1950 pair of mules were taken
down at ottO
Last Hope Vanished
When leading physicians said that
W M Smithnrt of Pckin la hud In
arable consumption his last hope
anlshed but Dr Kings New Discov
er for Consumption Cough and
CollIs kept him out qf his grave
lie sats This grout specific com
iletely cured mo and saved my life
SInce then I hove used it for over 10
ears and consider it a marvelous
throat and lung cure Strictly selen
title cure for Coughs Sore Throats or
Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia
luarantecd roc and 81 bottles at G L
ennys Stanford and Lyno urns
rab Orchard Trial bottle free
CHURCH MATTERS
The Louisville Presbytery of theCum
erland Presbyterian church is in ses
sion at Caldwell church Boyle county t
Hev U W MacMillan pastor of the t
Oak Street Presbyterian church Louis
vllle is assisting in the services The
Presbytery voted in favor of union of
the two churches C E Barnes of
Pleasant Grove was chosen moderator
MATRIMONIAL
At Somerset Claude Weddle and Miss
Grace Waddle were joined heart and
hand Judge Miller of Louisville in grant
that it is mistake
Ing a divorce said a
Cor a young couple to live with the par
ents of either
rightful Suffering Relieved
Suffering frightfully from the vita
lent poisons of undigested food C tJ
rayson of Lula Miss took Dr
Kll1grs New Life Pills with tho re
1Illt ho writes that I was cured
All stomach and bowel disorders give
ay to their tonic laxative properties
250 at G L Pennys Stanford and
Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists
aarahteed t
J y L i ar
Time To Dig
Como nil ye men ye married men
For Easter draweth nigh
And it Is time for brandnew hats
And you must go and buy
So dig yo husbands dig
For women lothto go to church I
When Lent hath passed away
They want to look extremely nice
Upon fair Easter day
So dig yo husbands dig
Go find n shop where hats are sold
Then put your life in soak
And by a hat of latest style
And leave the shop dead broke
So dig ye husbands dig
Go put a mortgage on your life
Unless you want a spat
spato
And take your money in your hand
And by an Easter hat
So dig ye husbands digI
Chicago Chronicle I
RemedyI
Chamberlains Cough Remedy
the Best and Most Popular
Mothers by It for crouP chlldroi
railroad mon buy It for severe cougl
and elderly people buy it for In grippe
say Mooro Bros Kldon Iowa Wo
sell more of Chamberlains Coug I
Remedy than any otho kind It seem
to have taken the load over seven
other good brands There U no
question but this medicine Is the t Odt
that can bo procured for coughs unll
colds whether it be a child or anadul
that Is allllctod It always euros nDd
euros quickly Sold by Lyno llros
Crab Orchard
McKinney Woolen Mills
McKinney Kentucky
MiiniifHrturvraof JMo IIIIMJT HbiHM
mkto alMI Yurii j ml u < yotir wool 11
bkcwl In PrhNllar fur work ttJI1at
tilt miirkvt itrlcv Hatltfartlnu IIOIIrl shell
hill or writ fur prhw niul lufuriimtl
AiynU wnntnl
BRECKINRIDGE
My Mick lack will innktlir ariwoii < it W
lit my talilf ant IIIIN frtini rrvnrbvnvll
on the lmiilirr > vlllt t HtHiifonl iilk nt fit
lo IIIIUT a alit live inoiitlis old lit In n sum I
fid gvtttr iiml n itiMxl inulf Jerk as awl i
who 7mvi > hUmll < i will tmllfr Mnni trod
id or ported with without ntl < rrlrM lilrrou
nrnlnii HH > eIon forfeits the MUM WH
slut gntxe i fcw marts tit IIs r immtli I
My ixrsoiMilnltrtUloii 11111 l < the ntwcfc
hut will nut lie rIMIIIIIo for rwslea or HC
liliittit ulioukl any our
MvurIi AMiKIIMiN
rmwhenvllle Kj
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PRESTON 922
This premium saddle stallion of the
world will make the season of 1903 at the
stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster
Street in Stanford Ky
Preston is a brown horse 13 years old
tsW hands high a perfect njodel with
great style action and speed
Preston was sired by Washington No
H he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Hell
by Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse
Preston has shown against and defeated I
all the great show horses of Kentucky
uchas Kentucky Artist owned by I T I
renihaw of Lexington Ky and tontl
ornery Chief owned by Dall Uros Why
on should breed to Preston i
I Because he is the greatest show I
bore Kentucky ever produced
2 Derause he producedI
horse such as Electra that was sold to
enator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that I
old at New York Exchange to Ceo Wat
son for i65o Miss Henrietta owned by
Gay Uros that won more premiums in
addle and combined rings than any three
ear old out in 1903 a yearling colt sold
01 C Cravins of Illinois for Ssoo
3 Because he is the poly saddle stal I
lion that ever sired a team of harness
geldings that sold for tcooo harnessI
4 Because he won the championship
the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown
by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky
5 Because he has won more money in
the show ring than any other saddle stal
lion in Kentucky
6 1 will be glad to show him to any
one at my stable and invite those wishing
to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him
before breeding I will stand him at f 15
TO INSUKEA LIVING COLT
Mares grazed at 82 per month Care ta
kJ to prevent accidents but not responsi
ble should any occur
J C HAILI1Y Stanford Ky
Duke of Richmond
Will make the season of 1905 at my
farm one mile South of McKinney on Mc
Kinney A Mt Salem pike at the low price
of
800 to Insure a Living Colt
Money due when colt is foaled When
mare is traded or sold insurance is for
felted and in all cases money is due
DESCRIPTION AND PKDIOREK Five
tarsold dark bay 16 hands hirha
fine individual with best of style and ac
tion drives and rides nicely He was
sired by Tom Covington 18952 he by
imber Jim Standard and registered
15t dam by General Duke 2nd dam by
arrcn Harris Denmark 3rd dam by
Old Crockett
NOTE Tom Covington is a Combined
horse with a record of 228 trial 219
his dam was bv Kentucky Chief 2d dam
Parsons bdallah General Duke had a
record In 1878 of 2145 he was by Kmbrys
exlnnton by Old Leiiington The dam
of Embrys Lexington was Bellmyra by
nponed Monarch
At same time and place I will stand
two good mule lacks at S8 TO INSURE
LIVING COLTS
lit JIM PORTER by Cyclone
out oE a premium Jennet
2d BRICNOLIA JR by Old
rignolia Both these Jacks have estah
tished reputations Their colts have been
on the market in this county for the past
three years having always brought as
colts In the
many dollars as any Jacks
county if not more So you see that you
will not make any mistake in breeding to
these lacks
TacksR S SCODDER < McKinney Ky
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First National
Bank
Weve Hired 1 J 1
Of Stanford Ky
Capital Stock 50000
This Institution was originally established
as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In MSI
then reorganised the National Dank of
Stanford in UU and again reorganlsed as
the First National Raik of Stanford U
lest having had practically an uninter
rupted existence for II years It ts better
supplied now with facilities for transact
inghuslnes promptly and well than ever
before In It long and honorable career
Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor
poratlons Solicited
4OfJcsr
J B nooKKK Presl
LT UAKIII V Pren
J J MoUOIlEUTS Obr
W U WJIAIIKNAt Olin
DJr ctort
r Held Danville
8 T Harris Stanford
J B Hockey Stanford
K L Tanner McKlnney
M D El more Stanford
B II Iltucbtnan Stanford
T It Hill Stanford
Jsa lie M a w n Hubble
J II llauthman Stanford
J M Iettua Stanford
0 E Talc StanfordI
I LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY STOCK NATIONAL OOOOO BANK i
Olrectors
J R Paxton
J Ii Owsley
S II Shanks
W O Walker
Oeo W Garter
i H Foster
L 0 Oooch
WH Uumrulns
W M Ilrlrht
K L Hubble
w II Shank
The Gibraltar of Rockcastlc County
Financial Institutions
CITIZENS BANK
y
OF BRODHEAD KY
Oilers to tho People n Safe and Conservative Hanking System
Accounts of
I
Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited
Give us your business awl wo gtmrnnteo n pleasant and profitable relation
Pay a per cent interest on all deposit of 8100 or more when
left in the bafik and not checked upon for n t
period of six months I
0 J W HUTCHESON Cashier s
Uncle
Sam
Ai our aunt to SHOW and SHLt our
Eoodt and an Investment through
bint with ui le better than a Govern
t meat Jlond Thl t > It > > ecUlolTerln
v of men e
Spring
Suits at
They are bUck Thibet for dress
wart and fancy Caulmere and
Worsteds In llRht ninlluiii and dark
pjlttnn for business wear They
are GUARANTUlltJ AtWOOI n1
ma Je In thoroughly uptotUte Myles
What we ask you to do Is to write
ard ask for samples and meamre
blanks Mylns you saw THIS ad In
TIlls JlfCr Lu
OutSlslhel larzctt and oldest house In our
line In the South 1Ve OWN our txulding
and have done Imtlnrn on the SAMK 81OT
forover FORTY YUAKS
We sell CtOTtIISO IIATflmullUKNISII
INGS for men and boysiftllOKH forevery
body ft 1AV ItXIKKSSon > worth and
sent aU Rontll IUIIJItCT 10 AIIROA
Style hooks for all lines free on request let
us hear from you i
LEVYS
Third and Market
LOUISVILLE
DOCK GRAY
Talk to
10and
and 15 I I
bbetltnd Ijny 6yearsoM > > 9 Inches tall riwned by uugh Held r wter will make tue I
spawn at 110 to Insure a living olt iHxrk Is by an Imported parir that colt lliwo in the
Shetland Islands and to regarded brJloraeDlln at the beet ron In Kentuekqdfeating ail
corners In show ring In IDM Llr n retained on all colts until ka un Is jwld Mate ailI
Mi with or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and apiiejr bcconcs tile Will snake tfcc
season at my barn In the West Rod of Stanford If not at butan rail nn James LV Held at
el Aseltb hotel EE n IIKAIKY Stanford KJT
wn The
8ufce + ors to The Farmers Dank < k
Trust Company and under same
management continuously
for 3G years WB
SOLICIT YOUR BANK
ACCOUNT
Hoping such bnilnrss relations will
prove mutually beneficial
I
Officers
I 1
B O SHANKS
SHANKSPresident
President
J B Iaxton
IaxtonVl
IW
W Mt IOalbln
WiO WALKKIt
WALKEItAll
Asst Oaihll
Geo H Farris
About StovesAny Kind
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1You Need He s Got Em
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