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BY S. A. BROWN & CO.
OJRco on Marion Street Opposite
Friday, August 28, 1903.
Our : 2W?''(7?rMrnmeni.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Poto.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc-|
Laurln. Office open daily.
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Oreon
GLEBE: OF'CLEBK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
COHONEB-0. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M- E. Coward
SUPT. ?DUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TBEABDRBR-J- H. Thoman
ADDITOB-Chas. I. Sherrill.
SKNATOB-Chas. S. MaCall.
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr.
J. P.'Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAGI8IA1-E8- C D. Eaaterling, T. L.
H. L. McLautin, McColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D; D. Stubbs, Brightsvrile,
W, W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METHODIST-A, B. Watson, P. C.
Sunday Behool 5 00 p. m. Preaching at
. I1.00 a. m. and 8.30 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednoaday evening at 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday aohool, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Bufas Ford, Pastor.
Sunday Behool at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 8.30 p.m. Prayer
sheeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday Behool, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph. I
IX, Pastor. Services every Sabbath
( ummer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Stranger-?
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children made
welcome at the aohool.
EPISCOPAL-Kev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
.'/teaching every second and fourth Sunday
a? ii a. m., and 8.oo p. m. Sunday
nob col at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faison,
? np orin tondent.
.directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODQE NO. 15, K. of
P.i meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
E. Powers, C. C.
0. B. Eaaterling. IC of B. & S.
M?l?Tin??o T?OT?QK No. 88, moots at
ileiiaettaviUe, Friday ayebing,, on or b.->.
ore e&?h full moo? at ? o'eh i:? .
J. F. Ki obey, W> M.
.3. ?', Dudley, Secretary.
?o?niy Masonic Directory.
'^ABLBORO CHAPTER NoT^O^R^A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
Bobt Chaffin, II. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODQE No. 43, A. F. M.,
meeta at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, before the full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AUUORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
foll moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
John Pariah, Score tu ry.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. J. W. ARIAILL, P. C.
Firat Sunday-11a.m., Pino Grove'
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna?
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. "W. B. BAKER P. 0.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. m:
Ebanezor 3-30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus lia. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m'
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnaaaun ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.3? p. in.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-Preaching every Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunduy school
?? 3D A E? W_..A. Hioahaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday ail at
4 o'clock. Sunday Behool at 3. lt.
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Send 35 cents and get a pnekage by
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R. O. DOZIER, M. D.
Luraberton, N. C.
Miss Pattie Eastorling of Mc
Coll is spending tho,'week at
Squire T. L. Crosland has been
on a visit to relatives at Campo
bello, S. C.
Mr. Jim Hogers of McColl
spent Sunday in town the guest
Mr Percy Moore
Myrtle Meyer of Red Springs
spent Tuesday afternoon and
night in the city.
Mr. Jeff King, patentee of tho
noted bed spring by that name,
spent Sunday in our town
Mr. J. J. Jones, a talented
young lawyer now located at Mc
Coll, was in town Tuesday and
Mrs Annie Atkinson and two
children left Saturday to spend
a week with relatives at Red
I Miss Pearl Morrison of McColl
has been spending a few days
in our town the guest of Miss
Misses Nellie Bounds aud Car
rie Hayes, aro visiting relatives
this week at Blenheim and Ben
i Mr. James Sipith. one of the
courteous book-keepers at Mr.
C. S. McCall's has returned from
a delightful trip north
Mr Clifton Newton of Char
leston has been spending a few
days with his grand parents Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Williams.
Mr. Wiley Atkinson wont up to
?Red Springs yesterday to visit
relatives, and enjoy the ham and
I chicken and cider they have.
Mr. Luther Bundy, a hustling
young farmer of Clio section was
up Tuesday. He says cotton is
opening lively in some places.
Mr. Arthur White, who has I
been repairing telephone lines in
this section, has taken the posi
tion of night operator at Cheraw
Mr. Lewis Chavis tho lucky
J trucker, says his fall cabbage is I
growing nicely. He will have
sweet potatoes on tho market |
I noxt week.
Mr. James Wingate, who has |
been taking a summer course of |
I shorthand at Oak Ridge, has re
turned and is now with Town
send & Hamer.
The Democrat returns hearty I
thanks to Mrs. Sallie Bundy of j
Clio section for a mess of the
largest sweet potatoes seen of
the Norton Yam variety.
Misses Laura and EllaHarrall,
two charming young ladies of
(Cheraw, after a pleasant stay at
the home of their aunt Mrs L D
Harrallof oar town, have return
I ed home
Miss Bessie Byrd for several
we?ks afternoon operator ai ino
Ceti tral Telephone omeo here",
1ms aller ? twp week's yisit heine
lakeii charge bi tho Central ai
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kirkwood
returned Sunday night from a
business and pleasure trip to
Norfolk, Baltimore and New
York. Mr. Kirkwood is still in
the cotton business and has al
ready bought over 1000 bales of
Picnic at Brownsville.
There will be a ' Sunday I
School picnic ' at Brownsville
church Saturday Sept ?th to
which the public is cordially
invite 1 to come and bring their
baskets-exercises beginning at
10 a. ni.
Advertising Did lt.
Mr. H. K. Covington, says stop I
that "want" local, I have secured a [
housekeeper. See ?
LOST-The finder of a paper or
memorandum of Names and work |
done on Railroad, will he liberally
rewarded if he will return thc same
to me. The list or memorandum
was lost between my house and
J. J. Munnerlyn.
Avg 19, 1903.
"Strength and vigor come of ?ond
food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready
to serve wheat and barley food, adds
no burden, but sustains, nourishes,
in vig?rales. * "
FOR SALE !
One second-hand 00 saw Hall)
Gin with Feedor and Condenser.
One second-hand 60 saw Ya.i
Winkle Gin with FeeeJer and
Condenser. In first siass repair]
guaranteed t? "givier satisfaction.
P. A. HODGES,
Our Prize Offer.
The Marlboro Democrat will
bc sent one year to the farmer in
Mangoro county sending the
Democrat office the largest water
melon between the 25th of July
ane the 25th of September, 1903.
A careful record will be kept of
nil tho melon? ?ont and tbnir exact)
weight, and the names of thoso
who send them and the weight ol
each melon will be published io
this paper Oct 1.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly loavo you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pilla. Thousands of
mutterers have proved thoir matchless merit
for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They '
make pure blood ?ind build up your health.
Only 2j conts, money back if not cured.
Sold by J, T. Douglas & Bro Druggist.
If you want a good smoko
try a Cubanola Cigar for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Tho Masons aro denning up
their pretty Park. ? - ,
- The sunsets the past week
have been gorgeous.
- Soiiie of the gins aro expec
ting to got to work next week
- The colored folks had a tony
picnic at Blenheim Wednesday.
- 100 in the shade is good cot
ton weather hut pretty tough on (
those who pick it
- Mr. J, P. Lewis has three <
hogs now near" 800 each. No lack f
of pork at his home.
- The weather bureau declares ? J
that the rainfall for August heats [
the record for 32 years' j j
- If you want a nice home ju |
Robeson, write J. D. Brown ,
Fayetteville and you can get it
- To look well you must have (
good clothes, shoes and hat. You
will find tho kind you need at C.
- J. A. Grace, the barber, has
tho handsomest awning ever used i
in our town. He had it made in
- Plant Buists Ruta Baga
turnips and make big ones for
market. You get seed at Cr S.
Q3?r A full line of boys knee
pants 25c to $1.00 at
- Our town Clerk is ready to
write your receipt for the License
tax-also tho first installment of
tho tax levy for the Electric,
Real good greon coffee to 12J
eta at W. M. Rowe's.
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Jtftf" Just received a new lot of
good fresh tea 50c to $1.00 per lb at
Wi M Rowe*?.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Otf to School.
Miss Ethei Barfield, daughter
of our popular undertaker aud up
holsterer, left Monday morning to
tillie a course at the State Normal
School, at California, Pa. She
takes with her the host .wishes ot
all who knew hor in our town.
Our Oovernor Has Pity.
Joe Malloy, colored, who was con
victed of hog stcaliug in Smithville
last fall and eenteuced to ono year on
tho chaiogang hos, by consent of the
Solicitor, hod hi* sentooce commuted
t? 10 months, and Joe will anon be
able to go home.
Tho oilier day we noticed a
girl and her boan out walking.
She wore white stockings aud
slippers arni lie wore red socks
and low "shoes. You artistic
folks, how was that fbi: a color
scheme ?-Washington (Towal
The Boll Weavel.
Mr. Thos McLendon, came
home Friday from a visit over in
Richmond county. He brought
tis three stalks of cotton, from
three diff?rent fields near Pe
gues, and there was not a single
boll on three stalks but what
had been destroyed by the wea
vel or Hy that stings the boll.
He says cotton was faring badly
where he went. So far but, few
have reported its appearance in
V3T Pip?a and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
*?*y Kuox'8, Cooper's, and Cox's
gelatine at ? W. M. Rowe's
A complete line o? Armours
Canned meats at W. M. Rowe's
J&6T Octagon Soap only $3.70 per
enso at W. M. Howe's.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out ot the way place re
moto from civilization, a family is often
driven to desperation in oaso of aceidont,
reuniting in BurnB, Cuts, Wounds, Uloers,
etc. Lay in a supply of Buoklen'a Arnica
Salvo. IC'H the best on earth 25a at J. T.
DouglaB Br o's Drug S toro.
I YOUNO PEOPLE'8 WP f mil.
If you want yo"- ^ br girl to have a
good paper F*,il,y??e?r own reading give
them tho ?en?jgg People's Weekly*' tho
lcadina iO apg people's paper of America
coDtefoibg cooli week from 8 lo 12 pages
?D?d food for young minds. Subscribers
to I lie DEMOCRAT can have it sent to any
address for 25 cts. Itcmembcr tho prico
of tlie two pu?iers is only $1.25.
Wornt of nil Exportonoos.
Can anything bo worse than tp feel that
ovcry minute is your last? Such was the
experience, of Mrs. S. H. Newson, Decatur,
Ala. "For three years'' Bhe writes, "I en
dured insufferable pain from indigestion,
8 tom ach aud bowol trouble Death Boomed
inevitable when doctora and all romcdieB
failed. At length I was icducad to try
Eleotrio Bitters and tho result waB miracu
lous, I improved at 000a and now I'm
completely reoovorod. For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Bowel troubles Eleotrio Bit
ters is tho only medicino. Only 500. It'B |
guaranteed by J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug
Wo promptly obtain tr. 8. amt Fordon
PntontBona Tra<lo Mntknorroturn nntfr?
nt tornoy * foo. Special prlco tiy commun
icating with tho publisher of thU paper.
KrooBcarch and report on patentability.
sw? FT & co.,r*Uat Sgaa?
Opp. (J.8. P?tantOSliO, Wajhtnflton, D.C.
....... Sunday and
All tho churches ??V^ Jr
fair congregations wc> '
gatos" at Parrar^
? xtr xiail haft a good meeting lD
Hov. J. Yt. U.^K.I.IO T??k.
,/auty Spot this week.
ptogicfj at .
Mr Hairall of Blenheim preaches
it t?r^tton MiU cro,y>ocond and f0
Bundi/ ?Itcluoon at 4 o'clock,
rytu annual aorvioes for the yoong folk?
ind Eormon by tho pastor to them will ho.
icil at Motbodiafc church next Sunday
??rn ir g tt II o'clock. Tho pnbllo cor
Prenohingat the| Presbyterian church
icxt Sunday at II a.m. ?nd 8.30 p. m
?nbjjct for morning sermon ?'Duty of te?
jot-olllation to God." Tho publlo and all
,rr\<r(Ung-mcD oro made welcome. .
Prfiysr meeting at Preabji-ariaa church
rhureday afternoon" *V S p. m.
Tho hour for evening se?vioes at th?
murobes is now 8.30 o'olock.
Prayer meotlog at tho Baptiafc churtJH
avery Thursday evening nt 8.00.
Prayer mooting at tho Methodist church
Bvory Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
The hour for Sunday School at tho
Methodist church has been changed to
S 00 o'clock in tho afternoon. -,.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
TnifiO ROUND-K.P.TAYLOB, P. E.
Olio and Boolah, at Boniah July 35,26
Uo ii netta vi Ho ot, Beauty Spot July 36,27
BrlgbtsviUe, Boykin, August 8,9
Bia uh 0 im ct. Zion, " ?5
Bennettavlllo Sta, " -5,-6
MoColl & Bennettavlllo Milla, .?
(night) . *S.?6
North Marlboro, New Hops, " . 22,33
Brownsville, 4,30 p. m. " , 2?>3l
First Bale of New Cotton.
The first bale 1903 cotton waa]
brought to Bennettsville Tueaday
afternoon by Mr. J. F. McK?unon
of Hebron. Tho bale, 462 lbs, was
purchased by Mr. 0. E. Exum for
11J oents. The first bale last year
was brought ic bv Mr. Henrv
Odom on Mr. C. S. McCall's O un
doo farm on tho 6th. Mr. Mc
Kinnon had two more ready for ?
the gin und regretted not bring
ing thom aleo.
Air. J. Alex. Moore, of Bethel,
sold two bales 1903 cotton in Che
raw Wednesday for 12c. The two
weighed 586 and 674. Mr. Mulloy
was the purchaser.
?SF" Boys knee pants, sizes |
.fi-10 25c at Jackson's.
The startling anuouncemenls that
a preventive of suicido has boen dis
covered will interest many. A run j
down system, or despondency invar?
iably precede suicide and something
has been found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide r?rcJ.y.
At tho first thought ?i.self destruction
take Electric liiitcM.. lt bei og a great j
tonic and nervine will strengthen thc'
i tor ves ami build tin the syjtetn lt'*
also a grent Stomach, Laver and (!id-.|
ney regulator. Only OOo. Satufactioxi
guaranteed hy J. T. Douglas & Bro I
Heady for Your Orders.
Mr. L. P.. Stubbs of Lester haa
taken the Agency for the "Wil
bur's Stock Food, for stock and
Eoultry. None better on the mar*
et. Every package guaranteed.
It will also prevent hog cholera,
and those who uso it can rest easy
as to cure. Orders will be delivered
Write or phone him and he will
be pleased to give you alLinforma
tion. R. F. D. No 4. Said in any
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I want you all to know that I
have opened in connection with
my market an ice house and am
prepared to fill all orders ?or ico
in any quantity at right pnces.
Send me your orders and see if
I don't fill thom promptly. Call
and get tickets if you desire to
save annoyance in making change.
C. F. Covington.
Fresh teetimony in great quantity ia cou
>??anlly coming in, declaring Dr. King'u
Now Discovery for Consumption GoughB
and Colds to bo uncquolod. A rooont ex
pression from from T. J. McFarland Bea?
torvillo, Va., Borvcs as example Ho writes:
"I had Bronchitis for three yaara and doc
tored all tho time without hoing benefited.
Then I began taking Dr. King's Now Dis.
cot cry, and a few bottles wholly cured ma.'*
Equally effective io curing all Lung and
Throat, troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia
and Grip. Guaranteed by J. T. Douglas &
Bro Druggi-.it. Trial bottles free, regular
aizcB 50a and $1.00.
WST A full line of boys shirt
waists at Jackson's.
The Democrat and the Semi-j
weekly Atlanta Journal one year)
The Democrat aud McCall's,
>f...r.,..:..~ .... _Il - * 1iaAv*a
Book for $1.50
Thc Sunny South and tho Demo
crat for only $1.50
Thc Democrat and NEW IDEA
for $1*50. Sample can had.
Don'tYou Lovo Flowers ?
It so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and yon can be suited.
Attornoy at Law and
Off?co in Court Hong?.
ompetitiva Examination. . .| ,
The com pctitive oxann??tion for
aholarship in the S. C. Military HU
Lcademv was held at court houBe g
i'n?ay ?sst. There were six apr j,,
ilicants as follows : di
Ward Co yard, Bennettsville a,
M. T. Carlisle, Tatum, B
A. Ti. Hame/, Tatum,
J. B. Usher, Brightaville,
VT. } . : - r, Clio,
McG. Napier, Elenheim.
Thc papera of the applicants were ]
jxomincd by tho County Board on
Tuesday* and afier a careful exami
aation of each the scholarship was
awarded to number 8. Tho scaled
envelopes were opened and number
8 was found to be William Duncan |
Roper, of Clio.
Oar New Railroad.
Tl?/3 Chora w and Bennettsville
railroad is nearing completion,
freight iff.being hauled over
long no;^ be&xa it ^LLLJ)ERE^
for the pa^trnger ?ra?nc One
thing dead sure our perchants
and ?armers will hav'c? :f?#otuer
road to eater for their patin
age, and thev.?houldenciJC.w^?j
it by giving it all the work POS-;j
sible, ia hauling goods, cotton !
fertiliz?la, lumber itnd wood th
will be the road to tlie np coun
try- Camden, Columbia, points
above and a quick route to*
Georgia, Florida, etc.
The "New Bedford Mercury"
thinks that tho-high priae of
raw cotton is not the only trouble
with the cotton industry. A
more serious aspect seems to be
in Mio fact that there is no mar
aket for cotton goods at the prices
which prevailed before the price
of yaw "cotton went up. The
striwgbncy of the money market
and ?he liigh rate of interest is
another factor in thecaae which
is having an injurious effect.
Letters address.?! ?o tue following named
dorsouii romain uncalled for ?at the post
office in BaqoettwUtQ :
Williu TcwoROiid, W. A. Thomas, Lewis
Stabil-1. Almor Joit'es, J. Miller, Henry
Sorgte, ti. Ai Perrott,, M. P. nowell, J,
0. Wtibutor, \y. W. Dargan, A. J?. Billup,
J. W, Wilburn*.
M1..- M J. ii.-r?otor, Mala Brown,
Alice Adara'', iiiaa Lula MoGouu.
NOITGK-J HAVE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO THE BOOMS OVER THE
"PLANTERS A'A TIONA L BANK."
m H. II. NEWTON.
Sept r, Seta,
lb ' malty
univ -r;iing sowerline.-; reouiU iu
death; '/j?lurjrti mer'i eeratcb,.iusiguifi-1
eanii nil tor y ?ay boii? havn paid tho j
death penalty. "it i.; W'BO? to ?inve
Iii ;!? :i .Salvo t\v?r handy>
IlVtbe SSst SA!ve on earth and will
?ieveuif/atnlity, when Burns, Sores,
?lcerB ?; A Piles threaten Only 25c
at J. Ti; Doug la J & Bro Drug Store
i'u is nu Bad to it all.
A griijvoua wail oftimeB comes as a
rotuli of. un heard ble pain from over
ti. .ved nnphs Dizziness, Backache,
I nt and Constipation,
but d.uuk?.t? Dr. King's New Life
Pill* th?y |4?. nu end to it all. They
ore gduthi LJ?IL thorough. Try them
Ouly Sile, Uuaranteed by J. T.
Douglas & Bro Drug Store.
vr. '' Cb those who at the last
State Fair said "Why I've got
better than bat at home," the
managen say, "Prove it by be
coming M? exhibitor at the next
Sta I(! i -x i r w i sh your best. Get
full pailiculfirs from A.W.Love
To prevent and. punish the prac
tice, of Gaming or Gambling |
in the Town of Bennettsville :
Be it orri .-ned hy tba Mayor aad Aldor
nflou o? tbe IViv.ii o? Beonettdville in Coun
cil ueQombk-ii and by authority of th.? name:
Bec. i. Ihiit !ho playing of any game
wit(? carrin jr dice, raining, oraclcaloo, and
oDy and ail other riaoa of chinee for gain,
in any publia placo, etoro, bouse, office or
otbrr l)ull(liu(j used aa a place of business
of ?ny Jiirid, ?? n-rcuupied building withd
in the corporala limit of said Town is here
Qy.. . That .:.,?,. . ?raoii violating tim or
dinanco, n;.>u oaviotion, shall bo fined
not less tl aa Five Hallara nor more than
One ilnndred ;)..:.,.-.,, or bo imprisoned, or
wor'r. on the publia works of the town not|
less than ten days nor moro than 30 days.
D uo ar.vl rati.1.id in Gouncil this 5th doy
of J nae, A. H., 1503.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
Plowers I Flowers!
Mrs. no S. Moore has atine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires to
sell Guttiii g 3 '5Q per dozen.
We arc ma-m lecturing TOBACCO
FLUES. Sec us before buying. Wc
will save you money.
J' ,n P. A. HODGES.
AH goods bought of W. M.
Ro'.vv! are g un ?r.iitood to bo frosh
and givo 'perfect satisfaction if not
you can return them and get
your money back*,
i - -.-.
I-"?V" Read every page,
Ves, read every line,
Vor by this gauge
it may pay tor time.
it?i* Blood PftlBon, Ganoo*,'Ulcers, Ec
tbmo, Otuburi?ies.lSto. Modlolno Froo.
Robert Ward. Maxc/n, Ga., says: *'I
fibred from blood poison, my head, face
td shoulder wore one mass ot' corruption,
thee in bones and joints, burniug, itch;
g Roabby BHD; was all. run down aya
?couraged, but Botanic Blood Balm
ired mo perfectly, hooted nil tho sores
id gave niy skin tho nob jj low ot health,
lood Balm nut new lifo into my blood,
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