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Dried Peaches! "
r l0c. Lb;
Beautiful, Bright, Clean Fruit This is the
best value in Peaches we have seen in
Another Big Bargain. Order early.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
FARES-The Round-Trip Fare from Manning, S. C., will
be $16.50, withcorrespndingly low Fares from other points.
DATES OF SALE:-February 28, March 1, 2 and 3. for
trains scheduled to reach Washington. D. C., before noon
of March 4. 1913
FINAL LIMIT:-Tickets will be limited to reach original
startinr point returning before midnight of March 10, 1913,
with privilege of extension.to reach original starting puiut
returning before midnight of April 10, 1913, by deposit of
ticket with Joseph Richardson, Special Agent; Terminal
Station, WashingtonD. C., notlater than midnight of March
8, 1913 and upon payment of fee of $1.00 at tim of deposit.
For Reservation, or any information, communicate with
T. C. WHITE. W. J. CRAIG,
General Pass.. Agt., Pass.. Traffic Mgr..
WILMINGTON, N. 0.
~I'i HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Ford Cars and a full Line of Ford
Parts always oni hand. Come and
take a look.
D. C. SHAW.
TItE FORD MAN.
SUMTER, S. C.
If you grow Peas a STAR PEA HULLER will please au
pay you. If you use fertilizer see our Force feed Distributor, th
Hopper Holds 100 pounds. If you plow cotton and corn.
See The J. M. B. S20 Cotton and Corn Plow Stock, The Ste<
Beam will not break or bend. Write us for circulars and price:
Our offer to the readers of this paper will interest yon.
Bennettsville, S. C.
,c JOB WORK r
TO THE TiMFS OFFICF.
When snow covers the ground it pi
serves vegetable life without develo
Ing it. Snow is three times less powc
ful as a conductor of heat than rain;
screens the ground and prevents ne
Vegetables, cereals in particular, e
endure a considerable lowering of tes
perature if the fall of snow preced
the frost. Ground planted to wheat ci
pass through a period when the te
peratur' falls far below zero if ti
snow cu,.ers it well. While rain brin
to the ground azote in the form of ai
monia or nitric acid, snow enriches t]
soil in much greater proportion. A lit
of rainwater contains much less fE
tilizing material than the same amou:
of hoarfrost or melted snow, and who
the winter has been "open" or mil
when there has been rain instead
snow. the farmer is forced to sper
more money for fertilizers than wh
the winter has given the earth snow:
Pliny's yarns about human anaton
were something wonderful. He tel
of a race of savage men whose fe
are turned backward and of a ra
known as Monocoll, who have on
one leg, but are able to leap with su
prising agility. The same people a
also called the Sclapodae, because thi
are in the habit of lying on the
backs during the extreme heat a:
protecting themselves from the sun I
the shade of their feet. These peol
dwell not far from the Troglodytae,
the west of whom again there are
tribe who are without necks and ha'
their eyes in their shoulders.
Great Britain, or rather the Br it
empire, owns the largest share of tI
earth. The figures are as follow
British empire, In- square miles, 1]
871,000; Russia, 8,660,000; Chinese et
pire, 4,248,000; United States (contine:
tal), 3.000,000; Brazil, 3,200,000. The.
five nations own two-thirds of tl
world. In wealth the United States
far in advance of any other nation.
New York American.
A Nice Little Hint.
First Lieutenant-How do you lil
the horse you bought from me i
week? Second Lieutenant-Very muc:
He might hold his head a little highe
though. First Lieutenant-Oh, that wi
come all right when he Is paid for.
Then She Said No.
"But you are old enough to be n
"I wish I were your father. ThE
I'd have his fortune without having
marry you."-Houston Post.
It matters more which way one's fat
is set than how fast one proceeds.-A
thut C. Benson.
When Burton Holmes recently gal
his celebrated travelogue on "Panams
at Orchestra Hall, Chicago, he was
riously interrupted by continual cougl
:ng of the audience. No one anoys wil
'ugly and if people with coughs, cold
hoarseness and tickling in throat woul
use Foley's Honey and Tar Compouni
they could quickly cure their conal
'nd colds and avoid tbis annoyance. Ti
Dickson Drug Co., Ma nning; Le o
In hi "HghayadU y ayI
Devon and Cornwall" Arthur H. Noi
way tells of- a fragment of antiquit
that still "lingers in the neighborhoo
of Redruth, where the country peop1
when they think they see a- ghost sa;
'Numny dumny!'" and he adds,
leave the riddle to be solved by an
one who .Is curious enough to undel
take a useful piece of practice in m
raveling the corruption of language."
The phrase Is probably a corruptio
of "In nomine Domini," the Latin fC
"In the name of the Lord," a phrases
familiar in the devotion-of the middl
That was a wise washerwoman wh<
on being asked why she had marrie
such an ugly man, said:
"I prefer a homely husband tha
stops at home and wrings my clothe
rather than a handsome one who stal
away and wrings my heart."-Ne
"You must have been dreaming.<
some one proposing to you last nigh
"How is that?"
"Why. I heard you for a whole qua
ter of an hour crying out, 'Yes!' "-Fli
He-Ever notice what a heavy fa
Mrs. Strongmind has? She-Yes. Wb
a thump there'd be If her countenant
"Is that your wife's picture In yo1
"Sure. She's the woman In the case
F E. Walling, a farmer living ne:
Yukon, Mo., strongly recommends F
ey's Honey & Tar Compound and say
"I have been advised by my family dc
YAr to use Foley's Honey & Tar Cor
pound for my children when there we
a conjih medicine needed. It alwa:
eives the best of satisfaction and I re
'mmend it to others." The Dicks(
Druit Co , Mannine; Leon Fischer, Sura
Scandinavian legends affirm that t
apple was the favor!' :food of the got
It was one of the first fruits grown
Sthe Itouzins: it was early introduc
- into Engla~nd and brought from there
America. It is easily Lultivated. bet
fruit farther north than almost a:
other. and by mieans of grafting alm<
2.000 varieties have been product
These facts show int imrt why the
ple stands at the head of all fruits
Wotnen's Home Companion.
What They Stole.
To Walter Damroseh at the end
one of his conierts at Aeolian hall.
New York. an admirer showed a pit
of music that had been palpably plag
rized from one of the numbers in "TI
Dove of Peace."
But Mr. Damrosch took the plag
rism with good humor.
-"They've only stolen a-march on m
Had Her Guessing.
Landlady (letting room)-Of cours4
expect the rent punctually every we'
New Lodger-Just so. madam. My rt
-Is eIther punctually or not at ail.-Bi
A moment's patience Is ten yea
_ - Made Strong by Vinol.
it Run-down conditions are caused
c- by overwork, worry, too close con.
flinement, a chronic cough or cold
in which it is difficult to cure.
n- We want to say to every person in
es this condition-you need Vinol, our
in delicious cod liver and iron tonic
n- without oil, the great strength cro
le ator. It will supply iron to the blood
In the most easily assimilated form,
n. create a good, healthy appetite,
ie strengthen your digestive organs and
er make you eat better, sleep better and
r- A case has just come to our atten
tion from West Scranton, Pa., Mrs.
m Chas. Proper says: "For three years
d, I was all run down, weak and had
no appetite, and after all that time
id I am glad to say Vinol has brought
n back my health and strength, which
in is just what I was told it would do."
We are confident that Vinol is th3
best body-builder and strength-creatol'
we have ever sold.
ly Try a bottle on our guarantee to
Is refund your money if it fails to
et benefit you.
e um a. Dru. Store, Manning, S. C.
r- Would Help Some.
re "What good does it do a woman for
r a man to be willing to die for her?" he
"He might carry a big life insur
ence. you know." she hinted.-Balti
to more American.
Wife-Any fashions in that paper.
Jack? Jsck (who has just settled a
,1resstnker's hilh- Yes. btt they're no
ah 'j to you. dear. It's yesterday's Da
e per. - London Opinion. --
The $rst ingredient in conversation
. Is truth. the next good sense, the third
. good humor and the fourth wit.--Sir
;e William Temple.
is Health Warning.
Chilled and wet feet result in congest
ing the internal organs, and inflamma
tion of the kidneys and bladder, with
rheumatic twinnes and pain in back,
,enerally follow. U .e Foley Kidney
'e Pius. They are the best medicine made
stor all disorders of tbe kidneys, for
b tladder irregularities, and for bactache
r, and rheumatism. They do not contain
11 habit forming drugs Tonic in action,
- quick in results The Dickson Drug Co.,
Manning; Ltou Fiseber, Summerton.
BARNUM AND JENNY LIND.
How the Great Showman Secured the
The site of Iranistan, with its Moor
ish towers and minarets, was engraved
e upon the letterheads of P. T. Barnum
r-. and was the one thing which attracted
Jenny Lind when he wrote seeking to
engage her for an American tour. In
re fact, she confessed that it was this pic
ture that determined her coming to
Jenny Lind contracted to come to
America in -1849, the "Swedish Night
ingale" rgreeing to sing at 150 concerts
I, for $25,000, all traveling expenses paid.
is After she arrived in America Jenny
e Lind asked Mr. Barnum when and
n. where he had heard her sing, and upon
receiving the answer that he had never
had the pleasure of seeing her before
in his life, she asked, "How did you
risk so much money on a person whom
. you never heard sing?"
"I-risked It," gallantly a'nswered Mr.
d Barnum, "on your angelic character
and reputation, feeling that you would
Splease the American public."
I|Then began a campaign of advertis
ying to prepare the people for the ap
. pearance of Jenny Lind. Two hundred
.dollars was offered as a prize for an
ode entitled "A Greeting to America,"
n to be sung by Jenny Lind, and the
raward was won by Bayard'Taylor. No
Isinger who has ever appeared in the
e country has secured more enthusiastic
welcome than Jenny Lind, all because
of the genius of P. T. Barnum.--Joe
Mitchell Chapple in National Maga
W. S. .Skelton, a merchant at Stanley,
Lt d , says he would not take $100.00 tar
s the relief a single box of Foley Kidney
's Pills gave him. "I had a severe attack
y of kidney trouble with sharp pains
through my back and could hardly
straighten up. A sinele box of Foley
Kidney Pills entirely relieved me."
Tbe Dicksoni Drug Co., Manning; Leon
>f Fischer, Summerton.
-SPIRIT AND DRUG TAKERS.
e- Physical and Psychic Changes That
Grow With tiie Habit.
Two marked changes are noted In all
spirit and drug takers. One of them is
2e physical and is noted by changes in the
at face, eyes, tone of voice, manner of
e walking and general expression and
control. The heart is Irritable and de
ranged in Its action. There are muscu
lar feebleness, nutrient disturbances,
3r with insomnia, and unusual emotional
excitement or depression. The general
-" health, conduct and appearance, as
well as capacity, of the person are
r A second change of symptoms noted
:is the psychic one. The person is bold,
assertive, egotistical or the opposite.
o- His former manner of hopefulness or
ts depression Is altered. Where he was
y frank before, lhe Is now secretive, un
C truthful, unreasoning, has little respect
m for his words and statements, incurs
obligations, asserts or denies emphat
ically matters of no consequence. His
general appearance and pride of char
he acter are lowered.
Is fTh.ese symptoms may be unnoticed in
b the early stages, but later they are
e prominent. Both the physical and
tc psychic are intimately associated with
. each other, yet from the very begin
n ning there may be marked differences
usi In the prominence and intensity of
d. either one or the other. Indicating the
L9 direction of the most active degenera
tion.-Dr. T. D. Crothers In Alienist
01 The most accommodating people In
I the world are tailors. You'll have to
KE hand it to them. They're always will
ia Ing to help you out all they can. We
he are reminded of this undoubted trutih
by the experIence of a friend of ours
a- last Wednesday. Hie got measured for
a new suit. When the ceremony was
e,'' over he smiled and said In his winning
way: "I'll be frank with you. I can't
pay for this suit until the latter part
of next month. Will that make any
k. "Not the slightest difference. You're
ile an old customer, and you shouldn't
:> ment~on such things."
"That's mighty nice of you. When
will the suit be ready?"
r' "The latter part of next month."
are quickly relieved by an applica
Liniment. You don't need to ru
lightly. It penetrates 'at once
the seat of the trouble.
Miss ELsIE MANTHEY, 4229 Talc
Ave., Chicago, Ill., writes: "About t
years ago my mother broke down a
rheumatism. The doctors didn't do:
good. My mother was persuaded to
Sloan's Liniment, and in three we
was entirely well-and I believe she
Relief From Raemnat'm
Miss H. E. LINDELEAF, Gilroy, Ca.
writes:--' My mother has used one 5
bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and altho
obtained great relief from her iheuma
Miss EVELETTA MYER, of -1215
"My mother was troubled with rheun
Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism
family was troubled with ring-worms
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cu
is the best remedy for n
pains, asthma, hay fever, c
At all dealers. Prio
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle,
Dr. EARL S. SLa
Big Trees of Oregon.
"In the forest reserve between the
headwaters of the west fork of Hood
river and the Bull Run lake are some
larger trees, bigger than any I have
ever seen anywhere else in the north,
west," says George T. Prather, a pio
neer of the Hood river valley.
"The trees are said to be several hun
dred feet high and to stand on the fSai
of a hidden canyon. Steep bluffs or
either hand shut in the gorge in whici
they rear themselves, and-this reason
is given for failure of those who fist
in the Lost lake district to bhave found
the trees. There are two species of the
"One has a yellowish and not very
rough' bark and is straight and as
round as a candle. It has no limbs t<
a great height and has a beautitu
crown. -The second species is cedar."
Can You Doubt It?
When the Proof Can be so Easily
When so many grateful citizens of
Manning testify to benefit derived from
oan's Kidney Pills, can you doubt te
vidence? The proof is not far away
. is almost at you door. Read whata
rient. of Manning says about Doan't
idney Pills. Can you demand more
cony acing testimony?
Willilam Hill, Manning, S C., says:
My kidneys were badly disordered and
he killney secretions contained sedi
ent. I also bad backache and pains ix
m loins When I beard of Doan's Kid'
ney P'ills, I began using them and it
as not long before the backache and
lmeness left me, together with the
ther sy mptoms of kidney coinplaint. .I
now what Doan's Kidney Pills will dc
ad I am convinced of their merit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5(
ents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
ew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
ake no other.
A DREAM AND A CRIME.
The Story of a Slumber Vision Thai
Comes From Cicero.
Cicero furnishes us with a tale of
wo Arcadlans, who. traveling togeth
er. arrived at Magara. a city of Greece,
between Athens and Corinth. where
one of them lodged in a friend's house
and the other at an Inn.
After supper the person who lodgec
at the private house went to bed and,
falling asleep, dreamed that his friend
t the inn appeared to him and beg
ged his assistance, because the Inn
eeper was going to kill him.
The man Immediately got out of bed,
uch frightened at the dream; but. re
overing himself and falling asleel
again, his friend appeared to him
e~cond time and desired that, as hi
ould not assist him In time, he woulc
at least care not to let his death go un
unished-that the Innkeeper. havini
murdered him. had.thrown his body II
cart and covered it with rubbish
e therefore begged that he would bi
at the city gate In the morning befori
the cart was out.
Struc1- with this new dream. he wen
early to the gate. saw the cart an<
asked the driver what was in it. Thi
l?3ver immediately fled. The da
body was taken out of the cart an<
the innkeep~er apprehended and exe
Mrs. S. S. S., Van Bur-en St., Kin
Ston N. Y., (full name furntshedr on av
;licai ion) had such riecided be-nefit fron
using Foley's Hoey and Tar Compouw
that. she sh'-ars her good for'une. wUI'
thrs She a ites: "Fole-y' H.ne.
and Tar Compound brought myvo
a-k to, me dluring~ a sever.- case of broni
hitis anid lar~ineiis. Oh. how mau;
e';e I have re-comnmde-d it to'." Thb
Dick-on Drug Co., Maccine; Leol
W. O. Wrl.
Woodmzen of the Wrd
Meets on First Monday nights
Ores Geldsu Prevents Paeuaeia
ARANT'S DRUG STORI
Sells Everything In
DRUGS and MEDICI(E!
tion of Sloan's 11
:-just lay on _ b
ugh she is over 83 years of age, she has
Enirey Gone a
Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes:- T
atism and her friends advised her to get c
is entirely gone. At the same time the
-there were five ring-worms between my
red every one of us in a week's time."
ralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
roup, sore throat and sprains. ,
a, 25c., 50c., and $1.00.
Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address
UN, BOSTON, MASS.
Inns In Hungary.
Wayside inns in Hungary generally
rejoice in very quaint titles. This one
was called the Dropperin and had the
usual sign outside-viz, a long pole
with' a wooden ring and a gigantic
-wine bottle suspended from it. The
system of keeping the scores is primi
tive. but practical. The regular cus
tomers and the Innkeeper have each a
bit- of wood called rovas. with the
name-of the person written on it. and
every liter of wine consumed is mark
ed by each making a notch on his re
spective bit of wood. When the score
is paid off both the rovas are burned.
Consequently you hear the peasants in
viting each other to ingyonroviasmora,
literally drink on my "knotch stick."
which sounds most comical.-"Wander
ings In Hungary."
The bankruptcy court can boast some i
delightfully naive rejoinders. "How.
sir. is It possible." angrily demanded
the opposing counsel of the bankrupt. .,
"to live in the luxurious style you have
affected on $200 a year?" The witness
replied, with an air of justifiable pride.
that that "was a problem to which he W
had devoted considerable time in the
interests of social economy, and the
results of his humble efforts were now
before the court." ,
Plea For Trick Animals. -
No dog or horse or cat ever finds It
according to its nature to jump through
faming boops. roll barrels. walk a
tight rope or do scores of other things
it is forced to do by trainers. The
lump of sugar or the bit of meat given
deceives no one who knows anything
about animals. Refusal to applaud.
persuading children not to attend these
exhibitions because of the cruelty that
Is behind them. influencing one's
friends against the whole scheme of
making money through trick animals
these atre some of the ways in which
we may help.-Our Dumb Animals.
Showing the condition of
The Peoples BEnk
of Manning, at the close of business
JANUARY 4. 1913.
Loans and Discounts.... 46,201 01
Banking House........... 436 40
Furniture and fixtures...1,893 93 'I
Over Drafts................ 381 35 ~
Cash on band and in Bank... 12,857 52 ,
Capital Sto<.k............ 825.000 00 v
Surplus & Undivided Profits 2.889 16 n1
Deposits.................. 39.881 05
What They Will Do for You
They will cur. your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
reet urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restorre health andi
strength. Refuse substitutes.
ANALLTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
.i OR MONEY RZFUNDED.
C. 0. Edwards,
j oiiceCIVIL ENGINEER.
Dreams are excursions into the limbo
' things. a semideliverance from hu
ian prison. The man who dreams is
at the locale of various phenomena of
,hir"h he is the spectator in spite of
imself. He is passive and Impersonal;
e is the plaything of unknown vibra
ons and invisible sprites.
The man who should never Issue
-om the stage of dream would have
ever attained humanity, properly so
flled, but the man who had never
reamed would only know the mind in
s completed or manufactured state
ad would not be able to understand
ie genesis of personality. He would
e like a crystal incapable of guessing
'hat crystallization means.-New Or
Got Cold Feet.
Weeks was a queer genius and was
[ways telling his friends that he
'onld put an.end to himself. One ex
edingly - cold night he vowed he
could go out and freeze to death.
.bout midnight he returned, shlvering'
nd snapping his fingers.
"Why don't you freeze?" inquired an
"Well. by Jove." replied the pseudo
ticide, "when I freeze I mean to take
warmer night than this for it!"-Biff.
Mrs. Jaggsby-I was very much sur
rised at the condition - in which you
ime home last night. Jaggsby
'here you go again. I'd be willing to
vear that I came home perfectly so
er. Mrs. Jaggsby-So you did. That's
'hat surprised me.-Illustrated Bits.
She-Were you cool when the bullets
egan to fly? Major Run-I was so
ol that I shivered like a leaL-New
Good material is half the work.
rom the German.
Pay A Visit
i our cashier and he will con'vince you
fat we have every facility for hand
og your banking business with aca
ircy and dispach. Our financial
Ad we aim to treat all our customers
ith the greatest courtesy and c onsid
-ation, be their accounts large or
'he Bank of Manning
'his Home Bank
/ILL START YOU SAVING AND
KEEP YOUR AT it.
o our Savings Depositors, made to
elp people save
-You can no more build a fortune
ithout the first dollar than yomu can
aild a house without the first brick."
ANY MAN OR WOMAN
'ho will take one of these Home Safes,
take it an invariable rule to drop into
ome amount, no matter how small,
ch day, will be asronished and de
glhted at the close of the year at how
tuch has been accumulated without
ONE DOLLAR IN THE BANK IS
5 WORTHt TWO IN YOUR POCKET.
Bank and Trust Co.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We till mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
r..-t atention given to Colections.
STATE, OF SOUTH CARBLNA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Charlton DuRant, Plaintiff,
L. L. McDonald, Defendant.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Decretal Order of the Court of Common
Pleas for Clarendon County, -dated the
7th day of January 1913, 1 will sell to
the highest bidder for. cash,- at the
risk of defaulting purchaser on
Monday the 3rd day of March, 1913, _
the same being salesday, in rbbt of the
Court House at Manning, in said Coun
ty, within legal hours of sale, the fol
lowing real estate: -
(1~.) All that piece- parcel or lot of
land lying, being and situate in the town
of Manning, Clarendon, in the State
aforesaid, bounded Ncrth by lot now or
formerly of J. D. Gerald, East by lot of
J. P. Garrick, South-by Manning and
Fulton public road,and Westby the-lot
of land below described.. The said lot
being lot No. 2 on a plat of town lota.of
J. D. Gerald, said plathaving-been made
by E. J. Browne. Surveyor, and record
ed in the office of R. M. C., for said
county in Plat Book No. 1, at page 28.
(1.) All that piece, parcel or lot of
land lying. being and situate in the town
of Manning, Clarendon County, in the
State aforesaid, bounded North by lot
now or formerly of .T. -B. Gerald, East
by lot of H. P. Garricir, South by Mae
ning and Fulton public road, and West
by lot of land below dese The said
tract of land being lot-N on plat of
town lots of J. D. Grral 'lat hav
ing been made by E.J Sur
veyor, and recorded in
M C.. for Clarendon Flat
Book No 2, page 28.
(2) All that piece,
land ling. being and
town -of Manning.
South Carolina, and b,
ting as follows, to wit:
4 on Plat above referred
above described. South b
Fulon public road, and.
of Mrs. Rosa Weinberg
land being the same
to the said L L MeDo
Manning Realty & Ins
Purchaser to pay for
STATE OF SOU
COURT OF COMM
UNDER AND BY
Decrt-tal Order of the
Pleas for Clarendon:
7th day of January, 19
the highest bidder for
the .3rd day of Mari
the same being sal
Court House at Man
tv, within legaTh
lowing real estate:
All that piece, parce
lying, being and situ
Clarendon county, Son
aining one (1) acre, a
butting as follows, to
by the Central Railroad
Tina, South-east by Ian
the estate of R H. Boy
E. D. Hode'and C
-outh-west by lands fo
liam Boyd, and North-w
merly of Junius Boyd
The same being the
said Nornood A. Hail
and Diana Boyd'by
13th, 1891. and re.br
page 531, office of
Common Ple s for C
and conveyed b% A. .
of Court of Common P
gagor by deed dated
and recoi-ded in- Book 5
Purchaser to pay for
Notice to Cr
All persons having ci
estate of Samueul W. Ev
will present them dui
those owing said estate
ment to the undersign
cutor of said estate.
Turbeville, S. C., Jani
IF YOU MUST
Get a Doctor
for his special Prescri~
calls for and delivers
want it. We are bet~
handle your prescri
them are filled by Dr.
It makes no differ
writes the prescriptio.
are capable of corr
Our prescription busin
creasing, proving the em
ness of the prescription
U -es Kidneys and
and very ofmen a good
again under better ec
wat is assured by a po
We ask the public to
er investment for the
mony than the premlu
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