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MANNING, S. C., MARCH 18, 1903.
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Entered at the Po,.omceC at Ianning as Sec
ond Class matter.
WE DO NOT WITHHOLD CREDIT. i
- It amuses us to hear the com
ments on our editorial commen
dations of Senator Tillman's re
cent work in the United States M
Senate. There are some who, is
4because the Senator and ourself tr
had a controversy, think that we b(
,,-are in consistent if we express sl
approval of anything he may do, ie
and there are others who think
that our controversy was a per- I
s6nal one. We should feel very w
unworthy to aspire to sentiment- er
moulding if we did not know that in
we possesed a breadth of mind t
sufficiently to render the things lo
that are Ceasars, even should el
Ceasar and ourself be personally
gnfriendly; we can see go bi
gardless of the sourc if we di
permitted prejud' o withhold- 10
the credit ' servant when
he re rs a good public ser
vice, e would not be honest to al
aers. We havenot chang-m
ed one iota in our opinion of lij
Senator Tillman's methods, we
are opposed to his political ma
nipulations.his dictation, and his
autocratic manner of taking ad
vantage of his popularity. He
has never made a satisfactory se
refuiation of the charges made \
age.inst him by others, which we ia
'published, and until he does we a
sha1l always believe he should. f
His s'mple denials are not what
the people are entitled to, they in
shoild have a thorough account
ing made to them backed up by o
vouchers. We know it to- be a S,
fact, notwithstand-ing his popu
-laritksome of his warmest ad- tb
-nmirers believe there is some- h
thing in the charge that "Till- kt
man lined his pockets with re- gi
bates," because he would never ti
make a business-like showing of 2
theftransaction. But, be that as
it may, we have no apology to
tomake for our course toward
him, and will do so again if the
occasion warrants it. When
ever written evidence is placed bt
*in our hands against Tillman, or la
any other man drawing pay from ai
the public treasury, we shall
make public use of it, and then it bi
.will beup tohim to make a show. re
This we shall do without per- ou
- sonal feeling, at the same time
we are always ready to give
credit when credit is due. We
cannot give -Senator TillmanE
credit for straightforwardness
throughout his public career, tb
but we do believe he has recent- fe
ly done good work for his State,
work that should have been done w
by others long ago, and we are
satisfied he can always be count- at
*ed on to get from the federal M
treasury. all he can for the Gi
State. He is a good worker, and to
if ever the Democratic party le
comes into power he will be a it
strong force in shaping its poli
cy. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
CAlPT FOOL 'EM ALWAYS.
To prejudice the minds of the a
people against John L. McLau
rin, it was charged he betrayed
his party, and as evidence of it, K
his success in securing favors de
from a Republican administra- c
tion was pointed to. We said i.
then, and we say now, it was a
conspiracy to punish the man,
because he would not be a sup
pliant tool for a boss. McLau
rin was discredited before the
*masses in South Carolina and,
retired to private life, not how- in
ever, without being the victim ??
of a stab from "The Sumter
----ferad," which in a recent issue so
very angratefully, spoke of him 2
disparagingly-a case of kick
ing a man wheh he has no more 1B.
favors to dispense. McLaurin I h
is out now and the political lead- I
ers have had their revenge, the I .'
people were deceived in believ- 2
ing the charges against McLau- yp
rn.l as is manifest by the leading at
press dispatch from Washington 2
in the News and Courier of 16th L
inst., in which Senator Latimer's
record as an obtainer of favors
from a Republican administra
tion is approvingly advertised.
~-Latimer has always kept -friend
ly with the powers-that-be, and ti
the result is, he has been suc- ~
-cessful in getting favors for his
constituents, and the headlines fr
of'the dispatch referred to, show to
conclusively what was treachery se
to the Democratic party on the re
part of McLaurin, is a shiningw
virtue on the part of Latimer, it b
says "Senator Latimer is- con
tinuing the record which he se
made in the house as a success- y
ful worker for nrivate interests T
of individual constituents, in-t
vohring the consent or influence p:
of federal officials in Washing- ti
ton." Now as long as Latimer
keeps friendly with the machine at
and does not presume to exert a Ii
leading influence he may get as
many favors from the administra- th
tion as he can and remain a Demo- ~
crat, but should he assert his in- e
dependence and displease the
boss, word will be sent down the*
line to tabboo him, and from the
mountains to the sea every little
cheap politician will be attempt- 3
ing to poison the minds of the a
m with being a Republican
td, show from the record his
iccess in influencing favors
om the administration, just as
tcy did McLaurin. The game
as successfully played once,
it it was one of Irby's "Lulu c
mnds" which can only win once.
L here is iore Catarrh In this stion of the
antrv th%-a all othr discau51. put togetCher.
I until n Iast few years was supposed to be
-rabile. For a g-realt mnany year- doctors. pro
nc ite. and prescribed lo
nedies. and hv cInstanuly failing to cure with
-al treatnent. pronounced it incurable. Science I
proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis
-. and ttirefore requires constitutional treat
nt. a Ctarrh Cure. manufactured by
J. Cienev & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. is the only C
Itituitovnzal cure on the market. It is taken S
ernaily in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
.It ats directly on the blood and mucous
-faces of the system. They offer one hun- I
d dollars for anv case it fails to cure. Send r
circulars and testimonials.
ddress. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
bold by druggists. 75c.
lalls Familv Pills are the best. V
In the session of Congress just
ljourned there were 17,560 bills
troduced, 3,918 were reported
om the committees, about 2000
tssed. This record is on a par
ith our own State legislature,
hich shows th'it even Congress
en drop measures into the leg- e
lative slot in order that some b
ace of their whereabouts may X
recorded in case anything !
ould happen. In our State n
gislature at its last session, o
dging from the number of s
easure introduced, and the few V
bich received ordinary consid- b
ation, the State was fortunate f
having an automatic lock on r
e treasury which was self
cking atthe-end of forty days,
se theboys would still be in s
ssion aimlessly introducing s
1s, prolonging their stay, and
-awing four dollars a day. The
wer House of Congress was
ade up of new material which c
ought it must do something, u
id this accounts largely for so
uch introduction of bills and so
titor The Manning Times:
The faculty of the Manning Graded T
:hool visited the hospitable home of s
r. 0. C. Scarboro the latter part of s
;t week and from all appearance had c
pleasant and enjoyable trip. Pro- I
ssor Stuckey, when met on the street, t
is in his usual jovial way.
Mrs. Clide of Sumter has been visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
dale the past few days.
Col. Gadsden of Charleston has been
a visit to his daughter, Mrs. R. B.
I wonder if Summerton is to lose s
eir highly esteemed hello girl. She
is been away from her post for over a
ek, 'tis said, taking lessons in house
eping. Some one said they would
ve anything in their possession if
ey could only persuade her to stop
ing hello. Maybe he has been talk
' to her about-housekeeping.
Summerton, S. C., March l17, 1903.
What Is ILifer
In the last analysis nobody knows,
it we do know' that it is under strict
w. Abuse that law even sliirhtly,
nl results. Irregular living means
rangement of the organs, resulting
constipation, headache or liver trou
e. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly
adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thor
igh. Only 25c at The 1R. B. Loryea
itor The Manning Tunes:
As you have no correspondent from
is place I will venture to send in a
w dots to your paper.
The farmers are delighted to get fair
ather again and they are making
>od use of it.
Quite a number of our young folks
tended the closing exercises of Miss
arguerite Tindal's school at the
Eange Hall Acad.ny on the 9th which
ey reported a grand success.
Miss Etta Livingston, one of Berke
y's most popular young ladies, is vis
ing relatives at this place.
Mr. L. I. Walker and family of Cher
ee. S. C., have moved in our neigh
rhood. We are glad to have them
Miss Bowman and Mr. Claude Harvin
Privateer spent Saturday and Sun
v with their father.
Miss Robert Fairy and Robert
ichbourg left last Tuesday for Wil
imsburg county to canvass for the
ing bed brace, but returned on Satur
iy and report the roads in too bad a
indition to travel.
Mrs. S. P. Holladay, Jr., is arrang
g to have an entertainment at the
1d of her school term, which we know
be a grand success. .W.
Cures Cancer and Blood Poison.
[f you have blood poison producing eruptions.
:nples, ulcers. swollen giands, bumps and ris
s, burning. itchit.. sgin, copper-colored spots
rash on the skin. ..nucous patches in mouth
throat, failing hair. bone pains, old rheuma
m or foul c-atarrh. take Botanic -Blood Balm
.B. B.) It kills the poison in the blood:
on all sores, eruptions heal, hard swellings
bside. aches and pains stop and a perfect cure
made of the worst cases of Blood Poison.
F'or cancer. tumors. swellings, eating sores.
lv ulcers. persistent pimples of all kinds, take
B. B. It destroys the cancer poison in the
:>od heals cancer of all kinds, cures the worst
mors or suppuratinit swellings. Thousands
red by B. B. B. after all else fails. B. B. B.
mposed of pure botanic inredients. Im
oves the digestion, makes the blood pure and
:h. stops the awful itching and all sharp..
ooting pains, Thoroughly tested for tnirty
ars. Druggists. $1 per large bottle, with cone
ate directions for home cure. Sample free
d prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
1. Describe trouble and free medical advice,
so sent in sealed letter. For sale by The R. B.
>ryea Drug Store.
>ecial to The Manning Times.
Mr. C. M. Huggins superintendent of
te Santee trestle force made a flying
ip to Jacksonville, Fla.. last week as a
itness for the S. A. L. in a law suit.
A pary of sight seers came down
om "Krkwood" Camden, last week
visit ti e old mansion.
Miss I uise Norris who has been
aching here for the past six months
turned to her home in Columbia last
When the drop fell where did "sugar
tbe" land, in Privateer or Sumter.
Mr. John C. Craig who has been our
ction master her-e for the last eight
ars has been transfered to Alcolu.
he many friends of "Cokely" w'ill hate
see him leave but wish him success.
Mr. C. P. Barwick has had his store
tinted which ads much to the looks of
Dr. M. D. Murray is still sick in bed.
Mr. Silas B. Kolb has typhoid fever
id is getting 0on very well at Mood's
There is to be an entertainment at
b home of Mr. Henry F. Stack for
te purpose of raising money for the
iurch. All are invited. Oysters,
-ean and cake will be served.
Pinewood March 163 1903.
C .dk BT O 3 . I
eeste ,Tha (ind Ymii~a Atwm~ Roud
Road Inquiries No. 3.
1ditor The Manning Times:
How much damage can a plowman do
he road by dumping the field dirt from
is plow into the wheel ruts?
Have you ever studied the evolution
f the field in respect to the road?
The field widens imperceptibly at
ach plowing and the road contracts.
3ut after a year or two the results are
*ery plain. The field has taken a good
art of the road.
Do the road officials know that at
nc place between Paxville and Man
iing the branch has taken the road.
['his arrangement makes it nice for
)arefoot children to wade in but it is
reat harm to the high-way, which
hould be a dry-way.
Is it true that if the hand warned for
-oad duty has not the proper imple
neut, he is not compelled to work. aid
hat it is the supervisor's business to
urnish proper implements? This is
vhat a road overseer told me. And he
aid that this lack ot tools was one
ause of badly worked roads.
SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP
ured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's Congh
"When I had an attack of the grip
ist winter (the second one) . actually
ured myself with one bottle of Chai
erlain's Cough Remedy," says Frank
. Perry, editor of The Enterprise,
.hortsville, N. Y. "This is the honest
ruth. I at times kept from coughing
1yself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful
f this remedy, and when the coughing
pell would come on at nigh- I would
ake a dose and it seemed that in the
riefest interval the cough would pass
ff and I would go to sleep perfectly
ree from cough and its accompanying
ains. To say that the remedy acted
s a most agreeable surprise is putting
very mildly. I had no idea that it
ould or could knock out the grip
imply because I had never tried it for
uch a purpose, but it did, and it seemed
ith the second attack of coughing the
emedy caused it to not only be of less
uration, but the pains were iar less se
ere, and I had not used the contents
f one bottle before Mr. Gr-.p had bid
ie adieu." For sale by The.R. B. Lor
-ea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop
'ditor The Manninr Times:
We are glad to say that Dr. Gregory
Las returned from Ruby in Chesterfield
here he etpected to run a drug busi
Less but the outlook did not suit him
o he returned to Paxville, and glad to
av he is improving in health. We
Lon't wish the Chesterfield people at
luby any harm but we are glad to have
be Doctor back with us.
Dr. J. J. Hodge is very low, Dr.
ood of Sumter visited him Friday of
ast week and thinks his condition crit-,
I am informed that Mr. Charlie Brad
iam ond Mrs. Neppy Richbourg will be
narried Wednesday of this week; well
uch things will happen any time of the
ear. We h6e for them a happy
The farming interest is on a boom.
some folks have p anted corn, others
vill plant next week.
Mr. E. M. Bradham is building a neat
t welling in town; I hope we will have
Sgood town yet.
But Oh! o.ur roads, the supervisor
loesn't visit our section of country any
ftener than he does a grave yard where
ae has no kin folks. He was up here
ast August looking for votes but he
as been scarcer than money since.
L'he bridges are all bad, tbe road was
iot worked the whole of last year: our
>verseer asked him for tools and he
old him he would see a bout it later,
ut we heard no more from him. May
ye he will give us some attention before
he next election. We can work our
ads if the supervisor will give us or
ers and some -tools to do the work
Mr. John K. Breedin of Manning was
n Paxville last Sunday. There must be
iething that attracts Mr. Breedin;
i not quite sure what it is, but we
:an guess at it,as we see him here very
Paxville March 10, 1903.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases of
Scold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus
ng pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Gertrude
E. enner, Marion, Ind.. who was en
irely cured by the use of One Minute
ough Cure. She says: "The cough
g and straining so weakened me that
:run down in weight from 148 to 92
ounds. I tried a number of remedies
o no avail until I used One Minute
ough Cure. Four bottles of this won
erful remedy cured me entirely of the
ough, strengthened my lungs and re
tored me to my normal weight, health
tad strength." The R. B. Loryea
Anelent Rules For Ca.rving.
Our ancestors fully recognized the
value of good carving, and many were,
the rules by which a carver was ex
pected to be governed. The ancient
"Boke of Kervyng," among other
tilngs, admonishes him to touch venison
only with his knife and to "set never on
tyche, flesch, beeste ner fowle more
than two fyngers and a thumbe." Fin
gers he was naturally obliged to use
since forks were a luxury of later date
and were not in private use until James
I.'s reign. Piers Gaveston, the favor
ite of Edward II., had three silver
forks for eating pears, but this was re
garded, no doubt* as a great and spe
Judge-What is your age, madam?
Witness-I'm at least five years
younger than the neighbors think me.
SUPERIOR IN QUAL
TO ALL C
~3 Address SOUTH~E
~SAVANNAH. GA, TI-5 CA
r. and Mrs. Adam Livingood, ol
Whiskey has prolonged
MR. ADAM LIVINOOD, 91 years old.
It has prolonged many thousand livec
it has Mr. and Mrs. Livingood, and th
is no other medicine in the world wl
will keep the system in normal condit
prevent the decay of the tissues, strenj
en the heart action and enrich the bl
like Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. It I-s
absolutely pure stimulant and tonic.
from fusel oil and other dangerous inj
dicuts so common in most whiskies.
cures grip. consumption, bronchitis,
tarrh, asthma, malaria and all low few
dyspepsia, and invigorates the brain.
makes the old young: keeps the yc
strong. Do no. fill your- body full
drugs and medicines which poison the
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the
whiskey recognized by the Governmen
a medicine. This is a guarantee. I
absolutely pure and contains no fusel
It is prescribed by over 7,000 doctors
used exclusively in over 2.000 hospil
It is the only reliable and absolutely i
stimulant and tonic. It has saved
lives of millions of people the past
s who have used it as their
NAPOLEON'S AWFUL HAND.
One Theory of the Great Man's Fail
ure at Waterloo.
Napoleon, according to Alexande
Dumas, lost such battles as he did los
because he wrote such a fiendish han'd
His generals could not read his note
and letters, typewriting had not beei
invented, and the trembling marshalc
afraid of disobeying and striving to In
terpret the indecipherable commands
loitered, wandered and did not come u
to the scratch, or not to the righ
scratch. Thus Waterloo was lost. Can
not you fancy Grouchy handing rouni
apoleon's notes on that sanguinar
Sunday? "I say," cries the marshal t
his aid-de-camp, "is that word Gem
bloux or Wavre? Is this Blucher :
Bulow?" So probably Grouchy tosse<
ip for it, and the real words may hay'
been none of these at which he-off'eres
his conjectures. Meanwhile on the lef
and center D'Erlon and. Jerome ani
Ney were equally puzzled and kept o:
sending cavalry to places where it wa:
very uncomfortable (though our mei
seldom managed to hit any of the cav
liers, firing too high) and did no sor
f good. Napoleon may never have beel
apprised of these circumstances.- Hi!
old writing master was not on the
scene of action. Nobody dared to say
"Sire, what does this figure of a centi
ped mean, and how are we to constru
these two thick strokes flanked b:
blots?" The imperial temper was pep
pery; the great man would have tor3
21' his interrogator's epaulets ani
:anced upon them. Did he not one
draw his pistol to shoot a little dos
that barked at his horse? And whea
the pistol missed fire the great soldie
threw it at the dog and did not hit him
The little dog retreated with the hon
ors of war.
Such was the temper of Napoleor
and we know what Marlborougl
thought of the value of an equabi
temper. Nobody could ask Bonapart
to write a legible hand, so his general;
lived a life of conjecture as to hi:
meaning, and Waterloo was not a suc
ess, and the emperor never knew why
Of all his seven or eight theories of hi:
failure at Waterloo, his handwritlinj
was not one. Yet if this explanatli
had occurred to him Napoleon wouli
ertainly have blamed his pens, in1
and paper. Those of Nelson at Copen
agen were very bad. "If your guni
are no better than'your pens," said
Danish officer who came In under
flag of truce before the fight and was
asked to put a .cnessage into writing
"you had better retire."-Andrew Lanj
In Longman's Magazine.
A Neat Bull.
An Irishman, prosecuting anothe
man for assault, was asked to explai
the accused's black eyes.
"Ah," he replied readily, "before h
had time to hit me I hit him back."
It runs in the family-a woman'
Money to Loan
WILSON & DuRANT
,ITY AND EURIO
N COTTON OIL CO.
mOINMAS AND GEORGIA. d
Elverson, Pa., who have been nar
their happy union many years by
Mr. Livingood is 91 years old and his
wife Is 84. They are both hale and hearty
and feel vigorous as a couple 50 years of
Reading, Pa., Feb. 15, 190.
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Rochester. N. Y.
Gentlemen-I take great pleasure in
writing to you telling the benefit I am de
riving from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey. I have been taking it in small
quantities every morning and evening for
a number of years. I am 91 years old and
in excellent health, good appetite, and am
doing all my own farm work. I know your
Whiskey is giving me renewed strength
and prolonging my life. I feel as well to
day as ten years ago and I feel as if I
will yet pass the century mark. I would
earnestly recommend it to all old people.
It was recommended to me, and has prov
en a blessing. My wife is 84 years old and
never fails to take a dose of this Whiskey
on retiring. She is also in perfect health.
Elverson, Chester County, Pa.
THE TRUE ELIXIR OF
TO THE TI
And come to
can be done
1At a rapid speed and keep a firn
the new season, conscious of th<
tion and pleas11re in no uncertai:
shown. We determine to cater
any one to control the Dry Good
All kind of Silks is what
cannot be equalled; they are we
For the Spring wear th
a latest styles in sleeves and colla
Thsline is brand new fro
this line could be sold if the pri<
Miss Ida Crawford will be
of course she is now well acquai
increased our stock in this line a
We have set out to secure
is to offer the best values for th(
tied 65 years, say Duffy's Pure Malt
nd their golden wedding.
MRS. ADAM LIVING00D, 84 years oL
Caution.--When you ask for Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get
the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers,
mindful of the excellence of this
preparation, will try to sell 70
cheap imitations, and so-called Malt
Whiskey substitutes, which are put
on the market for profit only, and
which, far from relieving the sick,
are positively harmful. Demand
"Duffy's" and be sure you get it. It
is the only absolutely pure malt
whiskey which contains medicinsi,
health-giving qualities. Look for
the trade-mark, "The Old Chemist,'
on the label.
The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt wIs
Sold At All Dispensaris,
or direct at $1.00 a bottle. Refuse Wmta,
tions and substitutes, there Is none just as
good as "Dluffy's." It is the only WhISkeT,
recognized by the Government as a medi
cine. Valuable medical booklet sent free.
Duffy Malt whiskey Company, Rochester,
a full stop. E
in this world 4
you can get ti
i hold on ROCK BOTTOM PRIC
Sfact that when our legions of cus
i forma. Our stock is much larger
irectly to the Dry Goods busines
s trade than the ones we are offeri
?e SH IFRTI
we now have for you, suitable for
i selected, all qualities and patten
~re has been great changes in thi
s. We are giving great values in
i beginning to end with no except
~es were cheap enough; we have si
in charge of our Millinery Depar
nted with the wants of the ladies,
nd we must have your orders. Sh
the greatest volume of business i
money, this is what we are doing
i Below we give you a fo
good things we have in stor
INE BARGAINS which ha
4 MERCERIZED OXFORD
NEW BANANG SILK,
TISSUE D5, SOI,
ALL COLORS ORGANDIES,
SSTRIPED AND FANCY
NEW ZEPHYR GINGHAMNS,
OHAMBRAYS, ALL COLORS,
Our Ribbon assortment is gre
We promise our Milinery tc
00date of Opening.
Our bargains in general are
want you to come and inspect it al
Yours for h
. F. DICKSON'S F
IN THE WAY OF PRI(
Steel Dixie Stocks,
Farquhar Sweep Stocks,
Two Horse Turn Plows,
Collars and Bridles,
Extra Beams and Handles,
Wings and Wings,
Twisters, Shovels and Sweej
Rope of the
In fact I am now in a positio
your advantage and to show my -
age by saving you money.
Let me tell you something al
I expect to make up 150 sets
less for them than you ever ha'
placing your order.
J. F. Dl
nergy will do
3xcept to get
Lem fom us.
ES. We are now opening up our
omers see what we have for them
fuller, prettier and of better qu
, and we assure you that no grea
v'ery purpose. We also have a lii
s, and the prices will certainly p1
; line. Every Waist we are show
this line and have a complete sto<
es and Insei
~on. The assortment is complete,
nply unmistakably unmasked our
~ment again this season. She ha
and we assure you that her servi
e has just arrived and will very s<
~ossible for the Spring season, an<
today. We are giving prices eve:
D SEE TUS.
'ON, S. C
retaste of some of the many
3 for you this season, GENU
7e gained reputation:
WHITE LAWN, up to finest.
REMNANTS OF BEST -PER
REMNANTS OF CURTAIN
REMNANTS OF FINE WHITE
REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS.
REMNANTS OF BLEACHING,
REMNANANTS OF EMBROI
DERIES, Lovely quality,
REMNANTS LACES, suitable
for finest use,
ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES.
iter than ever.
> be worthy of notice. Watch for
too numerous to mention, and we
ES ON THESE GOODS.
Cast Dixie Stocks,
Georgia Ratchet Stocks,
Backbands and Hames,
Singletrees and Clevises,
Points and Points,
Bars and Bars,
)s, Bolts of all kinds,
n to take care cf your wants to
Lppreciation of your past patron
and will sell them. You will pay
re before. Give me a call before
prices as low
great stock of DRY GOODS for
,they will express their satisfac
alities than we have ever 1-fore
tier inducements can be offered by
ie of new Shirt Waist Goods that
ng has the NEW long cut front,
~k. See this line before you buy.
and being aware of how much of
underselling prices here.
3 been with us three seasons, and
ces will please you all. We have
>n be ready to serve you. -
i. the only way we can secure this
i lower than you can imagine.