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MANNING. S. C.. AUG. 2. 105
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this onice by- Saturday Noou in ordier to
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.Mr. A. Weinberi is visiting in Dar
Mr. W. T. Franoci' left yeieraday for
.\le. F. 0. R~icharsn is returned10
from North ('arolina.
Mr. and -Mrs. W. ...vs iie
Manning last week.
Mr. E. 1. Drown visited his arents
at. laxville last Sunday.
M iss Taylor of Columbia is
visiting the Misses 1tabb.
Mr. Pres.ley Barron has. r-:mred
from a visit to Charleston.
Messrs. S. A. and .. H'. Rigby leave
this evening for Ne w York.
Mr. W. H. Creecy spent last Satur
day in Charleston on business.
1rs. R. L. Grier left yesterday to
visit her relatives at rfock Hill.
Mdiss Bessie Rickeubaker of Orange
barg is visiting Miss Clara ITarvin.
Miss Adelle Smith of Mullins is vis-!
iting her sister Mrs. J no. G. Slaughter.
Miss Loulie Harvin has retu ned
home from the summer school at Clem
Mrs. J. A. Burgess of Summerville is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Dr. W. M. . Brockintou and family
left yesterday for a week's stay on Sul
Mr. J. H. Lesesne left this mornmng
for Shelby, N. C., where he will remain
about a week.
Mr. WV. E. Jlenkinson made a business
trip to Wadesboro, N. C.. and returned
home this morning.
Judge.T. M. Windham has moved
into his new home, recently purchased
from Mrs. 0. E. Webber.
Mr. Armon McIntosh has returned
from Newnan, Ga., where he has been
taking a course in telegraphy.
Died vesterday at Lynchburg. Mr. J.
F. Hawkins. brother of Messrs. J1. H.
and W. P. Hawkins, of this town.
Died last Monday morning at the
home of her son Mr. Billy Dyson,
Mrs. Sarah Andrews aged 07 years.
The Summerton ball team left last
night for Georgetown, where they
play that team a series of three games.
Mrs. H. M. Mims and children left
this morning for Columbia to visit her
sister, and from there she expects to go
to the Springs.
Ed Hatfield an industrious colored
farmer living near Manning brought
to this office two fully developed
open bolls of cotton.
Misses Mildred Dye and lassie
Drawley of Jessup, Ga.. visited Dr.
J. A. Cole this week, and they are
now visiting friends in Salem.
Died on the morning of the 28th
inst., Mrs. Rosa Frierson wife of Mr.
John W. Frierson aged 39 years. The'
deceased had been in ill health for a
Mr. A. R. Hiolladay of New York
spent several days in Manning with
his brother Rev. J. M. Holladay. H e
left iesterday to visit his parents in
The family of Rev. A. N. Brunson left
yesterday for a Inonth's stay, and they
wvill be joined by Mr. Brunson if he
survives the butting of the Royal arch
goat in Columbia tonight.
Dear Gus:-I have solved the moth
er-in-law problem: just give her regur
larly Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
It will make her healthy, happy and
docile as a Iamb. 25c, Tea or Tablets
at Dr. WV. E. Brown & Co 's.
Rev. J, M. Holladay and family
left yesterday for Saliivans Island.
Mr. 'Holladay~will take charge of Dr
Alex Sprunt's church while that
gentleman is taking his vacation.
Messrs. J1. D. Gerald. Charlton Du
Rant, S. L. Krasnoff, J1. L. McLeod.
J1. D. Alsbrook and Rev. A. N. B3run
son, left this morning for Columbia to
take the Royal Arch degrees in ma
WhenlHon. John L. McLaurin was
here last Thursday he met a great
many p~eople whose expressions of re
gard for im, were very kind anduh
appreciated them highly. Senator
McLaurin has many warm fr iends. in
this county, and none appreciate miore
At the pienic last Thiursday, at sma ll
size rueusoeeUrred between.L N I.ig.
M\r. P'eevy and some Touchbeirry. All
of the parties are connected b' mr
riage and it was a kind of ai family
feud. The fuiss was away off from the
picnic and it did not disturb the
pleasures. No one was hurt:.
The store of the Mutual Dry Goods
Co. was burglarized Sunday night, and
some boys clothing and shoes were
stolen. The entrance was made through
the back window. The burglar must
have been a bold chap, because there
was a policeman guarding the streets.
and a private watchman employed to
guard property adjoining the Mutual.
Died last Saturday morning at his
nome near Wilson. Mr. Edgar N.
lowden, Jr., aged 49years. The fun
eral took place at Wilson Sunday which
was lairgely attended. The deceased
was a highly esteemed citizen. lHe
leaves a wife and ten children, tile
voungest a babe about two weeks old.
The funeral was c-onduacted by Rev-.
Ol T. (r..
is an eliort, being miade to t1
cnnz a military compnany he're. anid:
ietter from .\djntant General Frot
Mlajor .\. C. Davis. says he isheart
in favor ot zetting up a good coinpan
in 'Manning." We endorse the prop(
sition to have a compvanyl here. espec
'av so, sin,'ce the cavalry compale
have have been disbanded. A ilitar:
coipany in the county :,a protctio
tt cannoz he. es timatt. We X i opi
!.le yon!1 enwlid take how ld
to Sianig !rs-cas cminy
Never ill t'e wa. k' t ,o.: ,
re. a t ta. taan'ent a
i.tilna lts vr e'1.
Fa otton warelouse propoTeit
oe :etaiese mnstitetiona th f
' he mere.i.uhi of thiS town ..ou
afford to wait until tleir trat.e ha:
left ten before they tae a ton.
needs no Erttuilent to cousviue a N
sane ofan that iti tanin- this fa
WrhoUSC and othier uie tw) TaO11;
have. the trade advantage goes tc
the tow1ns that afford proper faeli
i les for the farmer.
When the Cotton association
and appointed a committee to oper
books of subscription. we said ther
it. was a waste of time. the colmlllit
tee nian to raise subscriptions tarn
ed out as we said it would-Nothinl
ione. There is only one way to ge
a w1arehouse inl Manniiing, and thai
is for the zuerchants of this town t
buy a lot. and build. If any of the
farmers waut to take stock let thent
have it, and as iueh as they want.
but do not wait as time is going on,
and with it. will go the trade to the
points of offering the best facilities
and the best acconmmodttions. Tier<
is a lot tdjoining the raIroad righi
of war belonging to the estite o
tle I he3"rs. Edith Hf.11, which eat
be bought at a reasonaible price
Tis lot is well situated for the bus
iness and we would advise our mer
chants to get together rigIt away
ain', secure this property.
In our opinion if the merehants 0
Manning do not erect a cotton ware,
liouse for this seasons orop, rie los
: One Seasozimn altor in trade to tha
to wi Vili be many times tht tt
of erceCing thle warehlouw-.
Foley & Co.. Chicago. originated
Honev and Tar as a throat and hmn'
eed. and on account .of the greal
merit a-nd poputlarity of Fole's lone:
and Tar many imitations are oiueret
fCr the genuine. Th- worilless im
:tations have simnilizr soauding- namies
eware of them. The genuiwine Foley'
Honey and Tar As in a yollow package
Ask for it and refuise any substitute
It is the best remeodyv for cotighs anc
colds. The R. B. Lorvea. Drug Store
I;;aae M. Loryea. Pro.
At a meeting of the session of thu
Manning Presbyterian church the fol.
lowing memorial was adopted:
Whereas, it has pIeased our Heaven
v Father to remove from our midsl
and take unto himself our brother. F.
N. Wilson. it is hereby
Resolved, First-That a page in out
ook of records be given to his mem
'Second-That in the death of M~r
Wilson it may be truly said: "There i
a prince and a great man fallen." In al
the walks of life his influence wvas felt
and always for ttood. In the home. 11
social cir'eles, in the business world hi
religion w'as mnanifest, as wel as in the
church. His piety wa of that bright
joyous type which attracts ratheCr that
The community owes much to him
For many years he went in and ou1
among us wearing the ".white flower o
a blameless life." and the ornament 0
a true Christian character. As a friend
and counselor, he was kind and wise
ever~ seeking for things which make
for peace. and being indeed, a helpe'
of many. ~Tihe church of which be was
a member and an officer owes him much
A a member he discharged his duties
unctually and faithfully. As a mem
ber of the session he was a wise coun
selor, faithful to his duties, respectec
by his associates, and a strong staff~ o:
support to his pastor. We miss th<
strong, gracious .'influence of his pres
ene amongst us, but the memory o:
the life of this servant of God will ib
an inspiration to muanv.
To the loved ones who are left
bear the burden and heat of the day:
little longer, there is the romfortini
assurance that the Savior has welcom
ed him to the "MIany MIansions" of the
Father with the wvords: "'Welcomt
good and faithful servant. enter thot
into the joys of thy Lord.:'
The Chill and Fever Season.
Is hardest of tihe season. The systen:
run down. blood imp)ovised-in n<
condition to withstand tile assaults o
malaria and malaqun--'tis then we fal
Ir. King's Improved Chill Toni<
will positively cure the worst ,ease c
Chills and Fever. Mlany so-called chil
cures will Stoil chills, but only King'
will cure. Sold by D~r. WV. E. Brow:
:I(l The Manniin:: Times
This town is continuing to tiirive
and four large brick stoxtes willl soot
1 am glad to repor't that Hion. C. Xa
Davis is out again, after two wveek:
continemfenit to is bed.
Among the visitors to our town ai
pr'esnt at the hospi able home of Mr. (O
C. Scarborotugh. is Mxises Iluth Allen
of Dillon: Gertrude Bradham, o1 MIan
nig: Bensie Blackwell, of Darlington
Allene Cullum of Batesburg: Rutl
Ethredgc. of Salud': Lottie Ridgill, c
Batesbu rg: l loise \Siaxwell oif DaI
There was a billiant sociable givet
in 1h0nor of the visiItors at theC Scarbor1
ouh home la st Fidiay evenin"'.
I Nr. G.eore1 Tindl, of Felder, an'
among the for'tunates o aOen ti
On theC 5th. th. and loth~u the Ellorec
The~ Summertl"on ''eam 'ave here im
afternoon fotr GeOoVetown to play the
gmes with tile W\inyah boys.
The jtuveniles are anxious for Fr ida.
to comeI to give the Sianing'' kids a ret
We have been reqtuested to direct thx
attention of the proper oiecers to th
S~(CATT'S Ed'L.5!GN we' xoa-e a
hum back straight, neither wid! it make 6
-a hrt leg long, but it feeds soft bone
e rd heals diseased bone and is among (
te rew genuine means of recover-y in
rickets and bone consumption.
Send for free sample.
4 -05 Pearl Street, ,.Ne':Yoi.
un.af cod iton m; sevebraid rs be
ween H~erkn'2s anl Gent'y's. Thes<
>brid-cs are aillloSt -oi,. and dangev
1OU to life and property. What has be
- -ome of the money 1xaid in road tax foi
roa. for the past six or seven years
Soothing and Cooling.
Tis Salvo heals without a scar i:
e-iV 's % Witch Hazel Salve. -No rem
Offcts such speCdV relief. 1L draw:
iu: inlaimation. soothes, cools anh
ha all cuts. burns. and bruiscs. A
su'rc cure for Piles and skin diseases.
DeWitt's is the only cenuine Witel
Hazel Salve. Oware of counterfeits,
they are dangerous. sold by Th II.
.w'y'.y Drug Store.
The Colored Teachers' Semmer School.
The summer school .for the colored
teachers of Clarendon county closed
here last Friday after2 a 5es'IiOs (If tW
Petitionl was made to Snupe rintenden
of Iducation .artin for an extension
o' the session. but the funds were Cx
There was about fiorty-five in attend
anee and much interest. was shown
during the entire session.
IIrof. 1 . E Brogdon. principal of the
colored school here. was the instructor
and his work was quite creditable. The
following resolutions were passed:
Whereas. we have reached the clos
ing hour of the Teacher's Institute for
-Carendon county. after a session of twc
weeks. under the satisfactory super
vision of Prof. 1. E. Brogdon. who has
given to the work of the profession of
teaching an impetus for good. and in
spired the humblest with a deep sense
of the grave responsibilities which
should arouse us to a spirit of willing
ness for better and stronger prepara
Therefore, be it Resolved. That we,
as a body of teachers, return to him
ourunbounded thanks for the creditable
way in which he has executed his work.
and that each one of us will carry the
most pleasant, and abiding recollections
of the institute.
l1lO3T. A. S''FWART.
D. V. 1NDEPRGRAS.
C. S. MYCFADDIN.
Dangeroas and Uncertain.
For sunburn. tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases. DeWitt's Witch Hdzel
Salve has no eOual. It is a certain eure
'or blind. bleeding. itching and pro
trudn g ni&es. It will draw the lire oul
of a burn and heal without leavin a
scar. Boils. old sores, carbuncles, etc.,
are quickly cured by the use of the
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
A::ept no substitute as they arc ofter
dangerous and uncertain. Sold by The
I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Notice to Trustees.
Trustees are hereby advised not tc
employ any teacher without legal qual
ification to teach in tile Public Schools,
Legal qualification means simply thio
a County or State teacher's certificate
registterd in the otlice of the County
Sue rintendent of Education, sectior
12. page 30. school law, Graduates o
eertain collezes. speciiled by the Statc
Board. -re entitled to a teachers cer
tificate upou the presentation to the
Couny Board of Education of a diplomo
showing that the full college coursc
has been completed. section 13, rtgE
0:;. school law. It is the County Board,
no, the trustees, that is to pass upon v
diploma. Hereafter no warrant drawn
in fy avorof any teacher in payment 0o
salary will will be approved until all
the teachers who are to receive a part
of the money comply witl' this law.
S. P. EOLLADAY,
-Supt. of Education.
.f uly 24 190~>5.
Kenn'edy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cures all Coughs, and. expels Colds from'
thc systemi by gently moving the bowels.
How to Avoid Pneumonia.
We have never heard of a smngle in~
stance of a cold resulting in pneumonic
or other lung trouble when Folev's
Honey and Tar has been taken. It not
only stops the cough, but heales and
strengthiens the iung. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any substi
newv. Siich.. writes: "I have used
Foley's Honey and Tar in three v'ery
severe cases of pneumonia with good
results in every case." The RI. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac Mi. Loryea, Prop.
S It Made Him Shake.
IKigsh to say a wvord in praise of Dr.
KigsImplroved Chill and Fevei
Tonic. Ihad chills foi' one year con
tinually,. and tried all the chill tonics I
could get and also doctor's prescrip
tions, but all, failed to cure. Part o:
one bottle entirely cured me, and have
not had chills since. 1 r'eommend only
King's. T. F. Howard. Sold by Dr. W.
E. Br'owne X Co.
If you are troubled with dizz~y sp)ells
headache, indigestion, constipation.
Hollister's Rocky MIountain Tea will
make you well and keep yon well. II
it fails, get your money back. That's
fair' 35c at Dr'. W. E. Brown & Co.'s.
fMakes Kidneys and Bladder Right
Aeinstantiy relieved, and perfect
lx healed. by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
0.L Rienbark, Jr.. of Norfolk, Va.
wrilte: "I burnt my knee dreadfully
that iL bIlister'ed all over. Bucklen'1
- Anicat Satlve stopp~ea the pain. ant
heated it without a scar." Also healh
a ~ll wxounds and sores. 25c at The RI. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Grave Trouble Foreseen.
it needs but little foresight, to tell
that when your stomach and liver art
badly atfee'ted, grave trouble is ahead
unle'ss you take the proper medicinm
f or your' disease. as 3l1rs. John A
Yotug, of Clay. N. Y., did. She says
"I had ne. uralgiat of the liv'em' ant
stoumch my heart was weakened. and
Icudnot'eat. I was very bad for
ongu tie buit in E'lectr'ic Bitters
fou utwhat I needed. for they
quiclyee and cuired~ me. " Bes
S'tort'-atc'50-: [i.I. .im'a bottle.
IBears the 4The Kld Yl1ava AhwaS Btulh
31r..l. L. Gr'iies, Thiomasville, said
After rc'over'ing from a spell of fevel
my system was run down, and fo:
th'ree'months I did not work. The firs
botle of Dr'. King's Kidney and Live:
R Iemedy set me to going. I used three
bottles and am now as stout as whei
ai young~ man." See Di'. W. E. B'owl
& Co. about it.
A \lIttle forethought may save you n<
end of tr ouble. Anyone who makesi
a rule to keep Chiamberlain's Colic
Ch( oleram and Diarrhoea R emnedy a
hatnd knows this to be a fact. For sal<
by The I. B. L.oryea D~rug Store. Tsaa
.I r. oryea. 'r'op.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. tfj
i ne lot of Yellow Pine Lumber
for sale. A. L. Lesesne. Silver. S C,
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The I. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
A good five-room house. near Baptist
church, for rent. Possession given first
of September. W. P. Legg.
Agents. wanted to Sell the Harvey
Stylo Foontain Pen. A $2 pen for 8l.
W rite today for terni and territory.
(Charles W. Piekeri.-. agent. Man
n ii ng. !-. C.It
Lemonade Tumblers 60cts. per set.
(Cut Class (imitation) Tumblers 50cts.
et llie Glasses with tin tops 35cts
Iper doz Fruit .Tars 75 and 81.00 per
doz. Manning Flard ware Company.
IOr SalC- have a lot conitaining
about two acres of land. near Shaws
store. at New Zion. S. C. Good location
for business man. Anyone wishing to
buy Will please call on lH. C. DOGGETT,
New /ion. S. C. 26--2m.
Notice to Creditors
All persons having claims against the
Estate of .1. Smith Nelson, deceased, will
present them duly attested. and those
owing said Estate will make payment
FRANCES A. NELSON.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the .Tudge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 11th day
of August, 190, for letters of dis
charge as Guardian for Helen E. Tin
EM.MIE 'E. ANDERSON.
Summerton, S. C.. July 11, 1905.
for children; safe, surc. .&o opiates
CO[ Of MERU.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
120th Begins September 29th, 1905.
Letters, Science, Engineering. One
scholarship giving free tuition to each
county of South Carolina. Tuition $40.
Board and furnished room in Domitory,
10. to $12 a month. All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete for
vacant Boyce scholarships which pay
'S100 a year. For catalogue, address
SIMPL.EST. STROUSEST, BEST
THE MURRAY GINNING SYSTEM
Gins. Feeders, Condensers, Etc.
GIBBES M.ACHINERY CO.
Columbia, S. C.
hav e special fatcilities for 1Nuying and
plaeed in good strong Companies.
Your business solicited.
J. L. WILSON.
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
FISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform~their many friends and custom
ers tha' they arc prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attentio~n is shown to the wants of
We have endeavored to give the very best at.
tention to our cuistomers- wanfts. and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
a ~Vc in nee of LUI DRUGS and .MEDI
CINES caul on us and vwe eun give you general
Satsntion DESreceive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patrounge which for
years we have carnestly striven to merit.
SA AC ?i LORYEA, Proprietor,
sj(iT5r or the
< MANNING, S. C.
~~ HONE NO. 2.
issued for very moderate rates. Rec
liability is the foundation of atll our
(1C R. SPROT T.
For tne Brides.
The wadding invitations may be a source
of worrv !or the guests unless they remember
that we have a solution for every wedding
gift problein-our whole stock is a solution.
There are suitable gifts in every portion of it.
The two lines of gifts that are absolutely cer
tain to please are
The variety is such that the requirements
of any purse can be met. We have a new as
sortment of wedding gifts we wish you to see.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Each season our stock of stationery is
larger. It grows because more people are
coming here for stationery. They come be
cause we always have just what is wanted
and the price is invariably right.
This Season's Stock
of box and3 bulk correspondence papers in
cludes all the new shades, shapes and quali
ties. You can tind just what you want at just
what you wish to pay.
Box Papers, ioc to $i.
Tablets, 5c to 25c.
Bulk papers in any quantity desired.
Also everything that goes with stationery
inks, pens, wax. etc. Right kinds at right
Rhame' s Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco,
MANNING, S. C.
I am now open and ready to take care of your tobacco.
Our buyers will be on in about two weeks, then we will be in
position to get you the
Highest Market Prices
for your tobacco every day. 1 am anxious to sell your tobacco
and will work hard to please you.
I appreciate the liberal patronage that you have given me in
the past and promise you in the future to do all in my power to
please you in the sale of your tobacco.
(Give mec a trial.
Yours to please.
R. D. CLARK.
In Summierton during the past three weeks show property to be
The properties incel ad for sal in town are line values. We have now lots
suited for residence, stores, offices, etc.
Onur fairm properties are also good. We have not yet made a sale of prop
erty which has not already risen in price. We will not try to
boom any property, we are glad for our customers to resell and
make money, it proves our rep~resenltationis to have been true.
There are now in course of
construction in Summer
ton seven brick buildings.
We have several aipplications for small farms near Sumimerton. Parties
who have such will do well to correspond with us.
We will soon have on the market a number of small residence lots in a new
and well located part of the town.
Write us for further information.
Summertort, S. C.
A. Pumer Brgess, Pres W. JT. Muldrow. Sec. & Treas.
A CUT IN PRICE
That means a saving for you. We are determined not to
carry over Summer goods, so we have cut the price on all
Summer goods way down below cost.
Read the following quotations and see if it isn't an -
Sexceptionally good time for you to buy:
s Wash Goods.
Smaspretty patterns in this line as could be de
Srdadthey are not remnants and short ends, but the
E t tprices like these:
1cSisCordstich at.. .. .... .... .. .. . 8c the yard -
C cClairmont Batistes at.... .... ...... 8tc the yard .:
Beautiful figured Lawns, 10 and 12tc kind.
Sat............................... 8tc the yard
SPretty Black and White Lataska Voile,
real value 15c, cut to~................ 8tc the yard
S25c Colored Organ dies only.. ..:. .. .. .. . 3c the yard
C Serpolet. very pretty, worth 25c anywhere.
now cut to........... ............ 13tc the yard
*All other Wash Goods cut accordingly.
Costs nothing to come and see these and very little to
w buy. Come!
We have cut these way below cost. Listen to the low
e Mercerized White Goods, 25c, 35c and 40c
sivalues, only...... ......... .. .....19 e theyard
8c White Lawns, now only...... ......6c the yard
C 121c Lawn only.. ...... .... .... .... 8c the yard
5e and 20c White Lawns only...........12 the yar
r White Check Muslin at......4c, 6tc and 81c the yard
These goods are worth 6tc, 8a c and 10c.
ATwenty yds. Bleach Homespun for $1.
ONE DOLLAR THE LIMIT.
CosGent's F rihings tocm n eeteeadvryltl o A
The Gents' get the benefit of the cut too.
Several 2-piece Suits, late st yles, good patterns, o
go like this:
$6.50 SuitG.............................. $4-97
7.50 Suits only...... ..................... 5.89
8.50 and $9 Suits just.. ........................ 7:49-'
Better get one of these to finish out the summer.
Gent's All Silk Neck Ties only...c, 15c and 19c each
Some swell Neckwear in our line. Don't fail to see it.
All our Gent's Oxfords at Cost, and we only hande
THE YOUNG RELIABLE
Augut 1, 1 F5,m rsnurscongithas
dry Gds'eats abndfi we tae thi too rtnt
ofeprssig e ou ts gratel htearst good tr, sub
for0 Sths nomn8sasn
We5 anot onl wants ou7ldcstmr t oniu
totadd ne one ofeve day.ihouhesmmr
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upomal sumery goodsea and our thn.oghts arltoe arad
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