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?. 4. BROWN m - - Editor
Friday Maroh 24, 1905.
'-THE LITTLE MINISTER.5
Tho BonuottBvillo Dramatio Club, who
BO bnuccsnfillly prcBODtcd "Obarlio'a Aunt"
lost season, will on Friday night, March
24th, proBont "THU LITTLE MINIBTBII,"
A Four Act Drama, by Barro. This ia a
etory of ab orbing intercut Ailed with Love
Romaneo and high Scotch Ideals. In the
portrayal of this beautiful etory Mies Gen
nie Crosland will tako tho rolo of loading
Lady, bohig pupportcd by a caBt of strong
characters. Tho proceeds of thia Enter
tainment will bo divide I botweon tho Gra
ded School und Twenty Century Libraries
Thin in a worthy causo and Bhould appeal
to oyory ono ir our community-especially
to evory parent who bas a child io our
school. Wo auk tho hoarty support of
each and ovory ono, and proraiBo an eve
ning of plcaeuro to all.
CCU HT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
MARCH TERM, 1905.
Tho Court of General Sessions con
vened Monday morning at 10 o'clock
with Judge C. G. Dantzler on the
bench. In tho absence of Solicitor
Johnson, who had been detained at
home on account of sickness in his
family, His Honor charged tho grand
jury ns to their powers aud duties aud
instructed them to spend tho morning
hours looking after public buildings,
&0. Mr P. B. Mooro is foreman.
Solicitor Johnson not arriving for
the afternoon session. His Honor had
court adjourned to Tuesday moroiug.
Tlie following cases have been dis
posed of to Thursday noon :
Tho State vs David Long-assault
with intent to kill aud carrying con
cealed weapon. Guilty of aggravated
ns ?milt and carrying concealed wea
The State vs W. C. Maddox, viola
ting dispensay law, not guilty.
The State vs John Harlee, assault
and battery. Nol prossed.
The State vs Sherman Williams and
Jim Turnage, assault with intent to
kill. Nol prossed.
The State vs Phil Munncr'yn, re
sisting an officer. Plead guilty and
senteuced to 30 days or $30.
The Slate vs Robert Hood, James
Freeman ot al, as-null and battery
with intent to kill. Settled by paying
Thomas Gray $400.
The State vs Gip McRae, assault &
battery with intent to kill, Sentenced
to 0 months or a hue of $30.
The State vs John Usher, violating
dispensary law. Nol prossed
Thomas Hightower, murder, case
Jesse Witherspoon, larceny of a hog
J P. Wright aud Malcolm Peavyr
violating Dispensary law, plead guilty
sentence 3 months or $100 each.
AB wc go lo press the court is hear
ing tho case of Frank Scott for murder
True Billa were returned against
Susannah Malachi, house breaking,
larceny and attempting to burn the
barn on John H ll cateas' farm
Also true bill against E. Zimmerman
Tho report of thc grand jury will
appear next week.
Tho CM mi val Herc
Tho Eur ko ut Carnival co, is here
and aro giving two performances
daily-2 and 8 p. m. Visitors say it
is thc best that has over visited our
town., all clean and up to date.
There are 12 shows in all, besides
three interesting FREE ACTS.
Ono novel and interesting feature
of this show was t he election of a
Queen of the Carnival, conducted
by Mr. Mendelsohn au attach?e.
There were seven young ladies in
the contest. Miss Sue Covington
received 1008 votes of the 2328
cast, and won the prize, a beautiful
ch?telain gold watch. Votes were
sold at one cent each. The crown
ing of the Queen is to take place
this evening, and a big time is
Experiments With Cotton.
Editor Democrat-I tested lour
di (l?sent kinds of cotton last year,
giving each an equal showing
"King." "Russell big boll," ?Texas
Wood," and "Kdwin Coxe's:
Thc King made 21 17 pounds
Russell big boll 2350 pounds
Texas Wood 2000 pounds per
Coxe's 2050 pounds per acre.
Please publish it for the benefit
id'the farmero, if there is any ben
efit, and oblige.
Z. J. Drake.
Drake, S. C. Mar, 21 1005.
Constables for Court.
Messrs J. F. Lewis, A. A. Spears,
Wiley Atkinson and John H i neon are
serving the sherill' lld* week as con
stables. J. F. David is court crier
and Vance Spears id drawing jun rs.
Moonlight Pish Supper.
An enjoyable moonlight lisli j
supper was given by Mr. ClilV
Newton at the home of his pa
rents at Burnt factory pond one
night last week. And to say the
young folks had "a good time" .
but faintly expresses it. j
A Township Division of the Cot?
on Growers Association was organ- y
zed here Saturday with a good y
uany members. Those joiuing J
vero Major R. M. Pegues, Hon VV. J
0. Evans, F. W. Pegues, O. M, 1
Pegues, W. B. Pegues, F. P. B.
?egues, T. D. Lashley, Charles
irby, W. W. Irby, J. W. Quick, j
franklin Quick, Henry Quiok, J.
T. Driggers. Wilson Quick. J. A.
Iones, James McArthur, James <
Sennett, W. L. Pegues, Mrs E. t
li. Pegues, Miss N. G. Shipp, j
P, S. Smith and J. G. Moore, ]
Dbe election of officers were as i
R, M. Pegues Hresident, c
W. B. Pegues, Vice president
W,D, Evans, Sec'y and Treas. ]
A committee composed of Maj.
lt. M. Pegues, \V. D. Evans and I
Charles Irby were appointed to
canvass the township and urge oth- *
crs lo join. j
Dr. and Mrs Williamson of near i
Rockingham was the guest of Mr. I
aud Mrs W. L. Pegues Satur
day and Sunday. We were glad to 1
see tl o Doctor and shake his hand.
Miss Eleanor McRae spent Sun
day at home with her parents.
Mr. L. C. Hubbard, represen
ting D. Li. Gore &Co., of Wilming
ton was here Friday seeking orders.
Mr. F. W. Davis our clever and
accommodating Railroad ageut has
purchased a fine horse and buggy.
Quite a large congregation turn
ed out Sunday afternoon at Oak
Grove to hear Rey. Mr. Wright.
Our farmers are buisy now try
ing to get the ground ready to plant
Thc sufferers from grippe are on
Use Blue Ribon Extracts, 10
and 25c size at
W. M. Rowe's
Boys of Marlboro.
I do believe we have as good
business men as you can lind,
and. I know we have the best
boys. I am getting old, don't
feel so. but it is so. I want you
all to come and see me. I want
to tell yon something, if I never
see you, "DON'TDRINK!" I havel
tried it-it will not do. It bas
?;iven me more trouble to keep
rom killing myself with it than
it ever gave pleasure. Be honest
be sober, be kind, be polite and
industrious. Ask your own price
Mch 22, 05. UNCLE CAP.
tieayeuly Father to remove from
among na our young aud highly ea
teemed Sn inlay school pupil, Julius
i A. Faisou.
I His handsome face and whining
smile will be sadly missed from our
Su'iday school, where he was a faith
ful and regular attendant. The in
fluence of this young life still remains
to beau incentive to higher and bet
I ter things Therefore bo it resolved
1 That while we mourn bia loas,
we humbly bow in Submission to the
2. That a blank pago in our Record
hook be inscribed to his memory and
that a copy of these resolutions be sent
io the family and published iu he
Mies Hattie Cobb.
Miss Hertha Brown.
Mrs \V. P. Breeden.
March 12th PJ05.
Fire Near Tatum.
On Tuesday evening about 7 o
clock the beautiful residence of Mr.
Doc Stanton near Tatum was bur
ned. The loss runs in to thc thou
sands with some insurance.
NOTICE in hereby giron that an election
will bo held in the Court House on tho
nth day of April 190;. for tho purpose of
electing a Mayor and four Aldermen for
tho Town of Bonnottavillo to nervo for two
yearn, also to elect two membere of the
Board of Public Works for tho Town of
RcnnettRville, ono to nerve for four years
ainl ono to servo for MX years.
At the same time and pluce to vote on
the question of Issuing Bonds to the am
ount of Ss,coo to pay for the completion of
thc Elect i io Light Plant.
Mannuem of Election, J. B. Adams, T.
F. MeK ie and ll. K. Breed?n.
Polls open at 8 o'clock, a. m., and close
at .j o'clock, p. m.
P. A. HODGES,
March 17, 1905. Mayor.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
HAVING had a final settlement with my
wards Surah Crosland, Lilly Crosland,
Carlisle Crosland and Dana Crosland, No
tico ?H hereby given that I will apply to
the Probate Court for a final disohargo ap
Guardian of said wards on the l6tb day
of April 1905.
Q CROSLAND, Guardiuu.
March 16th 1905.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
W. E. BREEDEN, WARP.
A VING tiled in the Probate Judge's
office ol Marlboro County my return
ts Guardian ol W. E. Breeden, Notice
s hereby given that I will apply to said
Jourt on the 22d day ol April .1905 lor
inal discharge as such Guardian,
B. E. MOORE, (Juardian.
March 22, 1905.
FOR SALK-Four line PEA HENS
'rice $2 each. Come quick.
Mch 10 R. C. McIntyre.
For the convenience of ult who
rvish a polioy in the Marlboro Di
rision, Mutual Benevolent Life I
ieeociation, I will be at Ben- I
-.ot ta ville during court week to F
aire applications. 6
T. W Scruggs. [
Sleotion of Town Officers (
In another column we publish the j
>rder of the Mayor for an election ol (
Town Office?, board of Public WorkB ]
ind alou on the question of Issuing of j
Bonds to pay for tho completion of the <\
Electric Light Plant. This is a very <]
mportant election, and we hope tho ]
?roperty owners of the Town wi.l not f
iverlook this election.
Eteadv for Orders.
The Clio Novelty MTg Works wi 1 j
?et up your Bill for Flooring, Ceilioj.*,
jrermnne Sidiug & Weatherboarding,
is well as your (louse trimmings
Doors, SaBh, Blinds, Grills aud Man
des, promptly nnd cheaply. See i
them fo anything in the building lino ' -
they will save you money.
County Game Warden.
Governor Heyward has appointed
Mr. Thomas S. Evans county game
warden for Marlboro, whose duty it
will be to see that no violations of the
game law is made iu Marlboro. We
are glad of this appointment, and we
do hope all violations of the game law
will be reported to him promptly.
The game law goes into effect April
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
COUNTY OK UAiiLBono. (
T. F. MALLOY. Plaint IT,
GEO. A. FROST, Defondant.
BY virtuo ot an Execution in tho above
Btated caBO, I have seized Ouu Roting
Machine complete, situated nt thc static n
on Bcnncttaville & Choraw Riilroad Co ,
known aa Front Mill, and will sell tho satno
at publio cutcry for cash on ttie fi rut Mon
day of April within tho legal honra of anio
nt thc Court Houac door at Bennotlsville,
J. B. GREEN, s. M. c.
Rule by Board of Health
The Local Board of Health ol thc
Town ol Benncttsville at a meeting held
this day adopted the tollowing rule and
regulation in reference to the Puhlic
health ol the town, and especially to pre
vent the spread of small pox.
That on and after this date all per
sons or persons living on the lands ol
the Bennettsville Manufacturing Com
pany where small pox is now preval
ent are prohibited Irom coming within
i the limits ol the Town of Benncttsville
.except such as are immuned hy having
had the disease or bv not hnvinn- v????
body this rule and regulation in a Town
W. J. Crosland Chairman.
Thos (J. Weatherly.
B. D Moore.
March loth 1905.
To Prevent the Spread of Small
Pox in the Town of Bennetts
Whereas, thc Local Board of He..iii
bas adopted a rule and regulation in ref
erence to Small Pox or tn prevent the
spread of thc diseuse in thc Town ol' Ihr,
pottsville recommended that the same oe
embodied in an Ordiuunce.
Now he it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town ol' Bennettsville
iu Council assembled and by authority ol
the same :
That on and after this date all person?
living on the lands of the Bennettsville
Manufacturing Company where small pox
is now prevailing are prohibited from
coming within the limits of said Town of
Benncttsville. except such us arc immun
ed and cannot communicate the disease
hy reason ol'having had the disease or by
not having been exposed to the saino, and
that such imumncd persons may he per
milled to come into the Town hy having
a certificate from the chairman of the
Hoard of Health that they are immunes
and that any person violating this Ordi
nance shall bc fined not less than One
Dollar nor uior? than One Hundred Dol
lars or by imprisonment not less than one
nor more thun 'Mt days or bc confined in
Pest House at discretion of Mayor, and
that tho Town Marshals ure specially
charged with thc rigid enfoteemontof thi*
Done ucd ratified in Couueil this Huh
day of March, A. D., 1905.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor
To Regulate the Soliciting ol'
of Customers for blacks, Ho
tels, Boarding Houses, and
any other purpose, at Railroad
stations in the Town ol Ben
Bc it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men of the Town of Bennettsville in
Council assembled and by authority of
the same :
That any person or persons soliciting
customers for Hacks, Hotels. Boarding
Houses or any other purpose in the
Town ot Bennettsville at the Railroad
stations within the Town limits are
hereby prohibited ?rom entering the
Cars or soliciting such customers within
a linc fifteen feet from Railroad running
parallel with the said Railroad. Any
violation of this Ordinance shall bc pun
ishable by a fine ot not more than twen
ty five dollars, or thirty days work on
the streets of said Town or imprison
ment thirty days in the discretion of the
Mayor ol said Town.
That the Policemen of the Town are
specially charged with thc enforcement
Di this Ordinance
Dono and ratified in Council thia loth
day of Match, A. D. 1905.
P. A. limn,KS, Mayor.
LL persons are hereby warned not lo
Trespass in any manner upon lands
belonging to the undersigned in Hebron
Township, hy walking, hauling, hunting,
mtting. grazing stock or otherwise, with?
mt written consent.
R. T. Weatherly.
.January 24, 1905.
I OCAL TALENT wil! pi'??, it thin Iuteresting DRAMA Friday evening
!a March 24lh in the Mun hitioii S< hool Aulitorium. The Eutertainmeot
iromisea to be moot iutere sliug, un i those who attend will enjoy a pleasant
iveuing and assist in a w ^i! y cause. The performers who are iu the CaBte
f the Play to be presoute-K "THE LITTLE MINISTER," are all well up
n their purls and the Play wil' bu iniered iu a finished aud complete man
1er. The following is
Tm: C/8T Ol-' J u A it ACT I:HH :
javin Dishart. The Minis'
Captain Halli well,
jady Babbie, Lord Rintual
felice, Lady Babbie's Frei i
Fhomas Wbamoud, Chief 1
loe Clink8cule8, Atheist,
icaii, the Mause Servant,
Mr. Robort Pratt
Mr. J. H. Beckham
Captain Dan Pate
M isa Gennie Cro9laud
Miss Eunice Ford
Mr Eugene Weatherly
Mr. E. P. Miller
Mr. H. B. Crosland
Mr. J. W. Tyson
Mr. Throop Crosland, Jr
Mr. Daua Crosland
Mr. Eugene Weatherly
Mr. J. H. Beckham
Miss fc-'tira Crosland
Miss Estelle Richardson
In addition to the Plu . < i 'diestra and Piano Music will
will be rendered betwe V : ?inti introduced as specialties.
TICKETS on sale at : las' Drug Store.
PLANT MY 3
bushels left for sc
Lester, S. 0.-(To Ma
is well worth $5.00 pc
to 105 bushels per aci
Guaranteed analysis Phos. Ai
(itifiDO offered tue public iu L
Nitrate of Soda is so high; ti
or on lop, and prices all right
thc market. If in ueed o
promptly anil cause you to rcj
lor this seaKou
Mareil 10, 1004.
J "IO CORN. Only 500
?i. ??il.50 per ousltel f. o. b.,
Scotland county Farmers. It
I gathered last year from 85
"genuine Peruvian Guano.
ionia S :;'.), Potash 2. This is the best
lt will unike a lino Top Droc3scr. As]
Minite. This Cunno is pood nt bottom |
tul value, cheaper than any Guano on
a Portal caul, and will lill your orders ]
Time. Only a few huudred Tons left
bl il ?ci
! il l l d ti
: li.i'' -
B. C MOORE.
ent Marlboro & Scotland Counlies
anettsville, S. C., R. F. D. 4."
This Book Case wa.
Exposition as being
i gold medal at thc St. Louis
.tional Book case made.
China Closets, inls, Boom Suits,
Kar pin s Genuine
Easels, Hall T
Suspension ? .
AH "W"ire ^Noiseless I
? rj0 WITH AUTOMOBILE
/ Lb WHEELS,
Couches and chairs,
rim Beds In ?Ka
for bom Beds,
rings. 120 spirals, 1 .TP*
I carry a lull line ( u n ture, if I do not have
what you want, will o k\y. I solicit your trade
aud promise }*ou thc h
C3r? ^ Waddill,
March li, lyOo. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.
East Side Public Square.
\ YOUNG JEBSY UEIFEtt-i
?\ calva-linc blood, niul u prize t
no, fipeak quick, if you waut h
D. A. COVINGTC
Fob 9, 1905.
Here's Your Cha
j] HAVE Bovurnl lino Huff Ply mou
I Cookcrela that I will Boll on
fur Out: Dollar each, I um ulso
take cider* for '"Iliilf Heck F?gt
per netting of 13, on tho yard.
I). A. COVINGTi
Fob. 9, '05. GibHon, U.
ElDEhlTY AND CO URI
CONTRACT and FIDELITY J
There are no better couiput
tliese, represented by
J NO. S. MOOJ
Nov 15. ISO I.
WOOD TO BURN.
I can fill orders for 2 or
Wood-nice and dry. C
Breedan's Novelty Works ai
W. P. Brecde
January 12, 1905.
?OT I ( : E OFOlSCIlAl
Estate W. L. Spear.--.
AVING thiH day filed in
bate J udgcH ofllcc of'Marlb?
ty my final lettirn Ke'urn as Adi
tor iii' the Estate ol' VV. L. Spent
is hareby ci ven that 1 will opp!
Court OD the !7ih day ol' Mareil
Letters Disuiissory as Adininfol
sai.l Estate. WILLIAM SPE
Feb 17, 1905. Adminit
All persona aro hereby worued
Ire [i i. .. ii: any manner upon lamb
nr controlled by mc in Hebron tc
I will enforce the law agninHt i
violate this notice.
W. H. Tiio.x
Feb. 17, 1905
NOTICE TO CREDIT?
F ST A Tit Ho UK KT GRAY.
ALL and singular tho crediton* o
Robert Gray, deceased, nrc hoi
tified to present their claims duly a
itud all indebted to tho Burne wil
payment to the undersigned, or thii
ivill be plead in bar ot their recovei
J. A. DB AK
Clerk and lix O?llcio Ad
BunnetlHville( 8. C., Fob. 1905
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA
nty ol' Marlboro-Court ol Coin
DAVID ELLIOTT and MAROAKBT
asccA BROWN, l'iait-tii?H,
ti ya inst
.LIAM DAVID MCNAUL, Defendant,
Summons tor Relief,
e Defendant, William David Mc?
?i arc hereby Summoned and requir
answer thc complaint in this action,
i i.s tiled in the office ol' the Clerk of
Join t ol'Common Pleas in and Tor
iounty and State aforesaid, and to
a copy ol your answer to the said
.taint on I lie subscriber at his office
KNNKTTSV1 I.I.K. S. (J,, within
y days alter the service hereof, ex
e ol' tIic ilay ol' such service ; aud
i l'ail to answer tho com plaint wit li
li time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
action will apply to the Court fur
chef demanded in the complaint,
ted February 8th, A, 1)., 1905.
CAI.. I J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
e Defendant, William David McNaul,
to A. M. McNuul, tho father ot Haid
;ase take notice that the Summons
is action, ol' which thc (breg?los is
y, was Qlcd in thc office ol tho Clerk
e Court ol' Common Pleas at lien ?
.'ille, in I lie county ol .Marlboro in
tale of Soul li Carolina on thc Stli
>f February, A. 1)., I9?5.
i will further Take Notice, That un
JU procuro tho appointment of a guar
lld Utan to appoar and defend HUH
on behalf of tba Defendant, William
BIoNaul, within twenty day H from
rvice of tho Buinmona heroin upon
un application will ho ruado to this
or thc Preaidi: g Judge thereof, for
1er appointing Home suitable and com
, person, guardian ail litem for ?aid
lant, William David McNaul, and au
.?g mid directing him to nppour and
1 the above entitled action in behalf
1 defendant, William David McNaul,
or mich other and further relief au
llennettsvillc, S. C.
:uary 8, 1905.
URT OF COMMON PLEAS
'ICK in hereby yivon that tho Spring
'cnn of the Court of Common Pleaa
irlhoro County will ronv< no at lien -
dio on Monday April 24th, 1005, at
nek, a. m. All pemoriH interested
ke due notice thereof. Grand jurom
i required to attond.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of 0. P. & G. 8.
For Marlboro CD., S. C.
li 23, 1905. - un
?rj. . ?? - o-.-- - - O -00.0,- O.
I?have for Bale Succession Wakefield and Early Spring
Cabbage Plants.Jgrown in openuirou sea coast from
seeds bought from tbe best and most reliable
Seedsmen in the United States at the
followiug |>rices F. O. B.
Lots 1000 to 5000 $1.50 per M.
" 5000 to 10OOO SI .25.
IiOts of lOOOO ?pedal prices on Application.
|3gF" Special Inducements to Dealers, .jfgl
Any information VB to tho cullivaiion of Oubbage will bo choorfully
jiven on nppl?caiiou .
S. J. Rumph. Adams Run, S. C.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
?pure lg) ru gs and patent goodie in
WE ALS ? CARRY
IT AND ARD MED ICINJUS,
VOILET and Fancy Articles,
l'EItFUllSIER Y, SO A VS,
i TA TIONA ll Y and SUPPLIES
BRUSHES of all kind?,
VARNISH aud STAINS.
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
v&~ Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of ike Purest Uruga and at]
A full Sine barden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patroDago yourB for a prosperous uew year.
J. T, DOUGLAS,
Jaanuiy 1. 1905.
AT THE OLD STASD
HARDWARE OH1 WM ?
Do you wait the best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If You ea v ect c erny a BUGrG-Y, a W?Gr??Nl
yr ? SET OF XiAftK3?SS, be sure to :-ee niel
? ECaVe just R?c&ived Two Gat
juoacts ot i?U^rVxxjQji?, one uar
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of|
m?Ut of which 1 awn going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ot these.
Sent 8, 1904.
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Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
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Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
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It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
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II. NEWTON. JENNINOS K. OWKNS.
NEWTON & OWENS.
Attorneys at Law,
BENNOTTSVILLK, SO. CA,
'joices Over Planters National Bank.
p W. BOUCHIER,
I . Attorney at Law.
Benncttsviilo, 8. O.
Office on Darlington street near Posta
ol CR ra pb office. January, 1889.
II Attorney al Law and
OfQae In Court Hoase.
JE?. C. MORRISON,
?lectrician . - Machinist,
BEKXF.TTSVIL.LE, 8. C.
?. O. BOX 98. PHONE 111.
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in Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and GUB Engines installed.
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August 20, 1003.
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Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
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Heinze's White Wino Vinegar
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