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Old Saw It'B money makes the
Young Buck And it takes big wads
of it to make my automobile go.
Alabama Man Says Tetter I ne Cures
Morvin, Ala., August 1. 1908.
I received your Tetterlne all O. K. I
have used it for Eczema and Tetter. Ring
worms. Old Sores and Risings and caa
gladly recommend it as a sure cure.
J. R. DeBrlde.
Tetterlne cures Eczema. Tetter. Bolls,
Ring Worm. Dandruff, Cankered Scalp.
Bunions, Itching Piles. Chilblains and ev
ery form of Scalp and Skin Disease. Tet
terlne 50c: Tetterlne Soap 25c. At drug
grists or by mall direct from The Shup
trtne Co,, Savannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterlne we
give a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pilla
free. Adv. ,
Louis Brownlow, Washington news
paper man, paused in a drug store in
Greensboro, S. C, not so long ago, to
ask for a match. While he was there
a young colored chap came running
in with a big gash the whole length
of his skull, and apparently a good
deal put out about some accident that
had befallen him.
"What's happened to you?" asked
Brownlow, excitedly but sympathetic
ally. "A friend hit me with a hatchet,"
replied the bleeding stranger.
"Will you donate something to a
good cause?" said the caller, as he
laid a paper cn the business man's
"What is it?" asked the business
"One of the tenants in this build
ing killed a book agent tiis morning,"
replied the caller, "and we are taking
fp. a subscription to reward him."
"Put me down for $10,000," replied
a Vi rm icd rt
tion. be H
for 'r. biliousness.
'digestion and all stom-
,i A vegetable prepara-
han calomel and will not
screw top cans at 25o
& Dunn Co., Mfrs.,
Mother (summoned by defeated
nurse) Oh, Maudie, darling, how
cau you be so naughty?
VauiiiPH Rasilv!--Punch. . .
DOES YOUR HEAD ACHE?
Try Hicks' CAPUDINE. It's liquid pleas
ant to take effects immediate good to prevent
Bivk Headaches and Nervous Headaches a! so.
Your money back if not satisfied. 10c., 25c. and
fOc. at medicine stores. Adv.
Its Kind. ,
"DenXJou think this peace prize
idea is a grand thing?"
"Truly, it is a Nobel thought.
Constipeo causes and aggravates many
serious disA It is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce'LTeasant Pellets. The favorite
family laxawre. Adv.
Silence may Be golden, but silver
:will shut a man's mouth just as effectively.
makes life a
spells and dis
tressing u r i -nary
are a constant
about for a
one who has
o ' found renei
from the same sufferine.
Get Doan's Kidney. Pills the
same that Mr. Sweet had. .
A. Connecticut Cae
For weeks I was sick In bed so helpless I could n t
turn over. I suffered torture from the sharp pains
across my loins, and was greatly toubled oy pro
fuse paRgages of the kidney secretions. Doan s Kio
cey Pills cured me completely af terdoctors failed."
Get Doan's at Any Store, 50c a Box
FOSTER-MILS URN CO.. BUFFALO. N.Y.
and High Grade
orders given Spe
cial Attention. Prices reasonable.
Service prompt. Send for Price List.
LASStlfS AH? STORK. CBAKLESTOS, B. C
BIGMONEY selling 25c articles. Sam
ple 10c postpaid. E. E. Harlan, Char
Icte, N. C. ' ,
FOR SALE Fresh Carolina Rice Meal,
the best stock food. West Point Mill
Company, Charleston, S. C.
PICK YOUR JOBS. New Red Book.
Giving list of thousands government
positions not under Civil Service.
Postpaid $1. R. P. Andrews Company,
Washington, D. C.
BIG MONEY QUICK for you and your
friends in this sterling Colorado min
ing investment. Special agent's prop
osition. J. N. Caldwell, Foster Bldg.,
SWEET POTATO SLIPS My pota
toes still hold the record for produc
tiveness (756 bushels per acre). Plants
guaranteed the best on the market.
Seven leading varieties this season.
Write for catalog. J. R. Davis, Bartow,
POULTRY HOUSE ABOUT RIGHTn
Building Described and Illustrated
That Is Well Arranged to Admit
I have a poultry house I think is
about right. It is 12 by 16 feet, and
will house 75 birds with ease, writes
Mrs. R. B. Hammerli in the Farmers
Mail and Breeze. It is four feet high
on the north and six feet on the south.
The roof has a nine-foot slope on the
north and a five-foot slope on the
Bouth. Studding were set every two
feet and drop siding was used to board
up the walls. The roof is shingled.
There are four, windows on the south
each with a double sash 22 by 28
inches- in size and arranged so the top
ones may be lowered. . We did not
Exterior of Hen House.
want the open front style, as we want
ed it tight for fumigating and also to
keep out beating storms. The upper
Bash are lowered most of the time,
and during cold weather we have a
muslin curtain to lower over the open
ing. Roosts are hinged to the north
side and may be raised and fastened
to the ceiling where they are out of
the way for cleaning, etc. A good
dropping board below keeps the floor
in good condition. Nests are placed
along the east and west sides. This
house has a good cement floor which
keeps out rats.
This house admits plenty of sun
light and we have not had a frozen
comb or sick chicken all winter.
CARE OF DUCKS IN WINTER
Any Kind of Green Stuff That Hap
pens to be Handy Makes Excel
lent Feed for Fowls.
During winter I feed my ducks any
green stuff that I happen to have
handy. Turnip, parsnip and carrot
tops, cabbage leaves, beet leaves, on
onion tops, purslane, pigweed, tender
crab grass, lettuce, radish, mustard,
cut fine, all make good bulky feed.
These are dried in the shade during
the summer and- stored like hay.
When I want to feed them a quantity
is boiled for twelve hours and mixed
with finely cut roots, such as potato,
turnip, parsnip, carrot, onion and
beet. Apples are also used, says a.
writer In the Orange Judd Farmer.
Thes are all cooked.
Not much of one kind of plant : is
given at a time. Four measures iof
any one with four of corn chop f to
each of wheat bran, red wheat sh'qrts
and boiled fresh meat are fed as a
mash all the ducks will eat it
clean in a few minutes. If any of
mash is left, it is at once removed
avoid its getting sour. This feed
given twice daily during the winter
and three times in spring. It has al
ways proved satisfactory.
Good Drainage for Turkeys.
Always be sure that every part of
any inclosure where the turkey hen
anil poults are kept is well drained.
Sometimes the hen will sit down at
nigh1, in a low place and a heavy
rain will fill the depression with wa
ter and chill or drown the poults.
The Laying Hen.
The laying hen is not apt to be
come overfat. Nevertheless, it is a
mistake to keep her on a diet of corn
expecting her to manufacture eggs
from that article. Corn is no egg
Clean soiled eggs.
Get a reputation for selling fresh
Do not keep eggs in a cellar or
Let the old roosters go before they
eat their heads off.
About ten ducks are required to
make a pound of feathers.
If chicken keeping doesn't pay don't
be In too big a hurry to blame the
Goose feathers being more oily are
apt to sooner turn rancid than chick
Crude carbolic acid and coal oil
make a fine disinfectant. Use a con
A sovereign remedy for limbemeck
is four drops of turpentine in a tea
spoonful of water.
Charcoal is a wonderful tonic at
this time! See that the fowls get all
they want of it to eat.
. Poultry breeders need to know as
much of the breeding worth of a fowl
as cattle breeders of a bull.
The man with a fine lot of young
chickens to sell, now Is the one who
has a smile that won't come off.
One sick chicken soon infects a
whole flock. It is always safest to re.
move a bird at first signs of illness.
The essenMals of poultry raising
are cleanliness and close attention,
coupled with hard work and com
Supply hens with plenty of crushed
oyster shell. The shells costs little and
means much 4f it's winter eggs you
are working for.
The hens relish green food of some
sort and will amply repay you for the
trouble of chopping up cabbage, pota
to peelings, turnips, etc. . j
Any egg eaters in the flock? Make
the nests as dark as possible; j that
will help. If that doesn't discourage
the culprit, sharpen up the ax.
In the long continuous poultry build
ing it. is desirable that an alley wa:
be provided, for the -sake of convent
ence in passing through the buildinc
fy tn.Jir. Pills are unlike all otb-
az ef Jaxatives or ca&ar-
i i5rf tics. ; They coax' the
feJMtiJ V' liver into activity by
; wT'ilis' gentle methods, they
If do not scour; they do
(not gripe; they do not
weaken; but they dq
start all the secretions
of the liver and stom
ach in a way that soon
puts these organs in a
healthy condition and
corrects constipation. : Munyon's Paw-Paw
Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and
nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken;
they, enrich the blood instead of impover
ishing it; they enable the stomach to get alt
the nourishment from food that is put into
it Price 25 cents. All Druggists.
Patient I'm troubled with boils off
and on, doctor. What would , you ad
vise? Doctor WelL I shouldn't let those
that are off trouble me.
Startled by convincing evidence that
they were the victims of serious kid
ney and bladder trouble, numbers of
prominent people confess they have
found relief by using KURIN Kidney
and Bladder Pills. Por Bale by all
medical dealers at 25c. Bur well &
Dunn Co.. Mfrs., Charlotte, N. C. Adv.
Acid Kills Waterfowel.
That sulphuric acid, discharged into
the water of Great Salt Lake, Utah,
is responsible for the death of two
million water fowl last year has been
ascertained by Dr. Buckley of the
pathological division of the bureau of
animal Industry. The American Game
Protective association sent Dr. Buck
ley to Salt Lake City, thinking that
some contagious disease caused the
death of so many birds.
Hit the Danger Spot.
A tippler with a very red nose got
a day's work as a laborer in a boiler
works. The same day he appeared
before the surgeon at the hospital
with his nose smashed.
"Good gracious!" exclaimed the sur
geon. "How did you manage to get
your nosesmashed like that?"
"Oh," cried the sufferer, "I put my
nose through a hole in the boiler for
a sniff of fresh air, and the man out
side with the hammer mistook it for
a red-hot rivet. And he only hit once
SOUTH IS NEW CORN BtLT
. ; '., .... f : f i'-v,. "
The Southern Railway? Exploits the
Southern States as the Corn Grow
' Ing Country. Folder Issued.
What a Funny Teacher.
An east side lad of six summer has
a child's faculty for seeing . things,
often in the way they are not. He
came home from school the other day
and found his father reading the daily
"Pop," he said, "my teacher don't
"Why, son, what the matter now?"
asked the father. .
"Well," replied the youngster, "she
held a big red apple up in front of us
this morning and said: 'Children, what
is thia I have in my hand?' " Indian
uard. and for
Beatrice Kitty's trousseau will fill
Lillian The poor girl. Jack hasn't
money enough to pay overweight
charges on more than two.
ment of the Nati
ed States fo
In Defense XWork.
Washington.-. Fisher, in
uefense of the Govytaent Irrigation
work and in reply toTthe recent decla
ration before a Hoiise committee by
Dr. B. T. Galloway, c&ief of the Bureau
of Plant Industry, that "there has
never been any long-continued success
ful irrigation agriculture in an arid
region anywhere in the -world," has
written to Chairman Moss, of the com
mittee, denying Doctor Galloway's as
sertion. The secretary also has writ
ten to Secretary Wilson asking how
to prepare an official statement to
show "the necessity of irrigation."
COFFEE THRESHED HER,
15 Long Years.
"For over fifteen years," writes a
patient, hopeful little Ills. Woman,
"while a coffee drinker, I suffered from
Spinal Irritation and Nervous trouble.
I was treated by good physicians, but
did not get much relief. !
"I never suspected that coffee might
be aggravating by condition. (Tea is
just as injurious, because it contains
caffeine, the same drug found in cof
fee.) I was down-hearted and dis
couraged, but prayed daily that I
might find something to help me.
"Several years ago, while at a
friend's house I drank a cup of Post
um and though I had never, tasted
anything more delicious.
"From that time on I used Postum
instead of coffee and soon began to
improve in health, so that now I can
walk half a dozen blocks or more with
ease, and do many other things that I
never thought I would be able to do
again in. this world.
"My appetite Is good, I sleep well
and find life is worth living. A lady
of my acquaintance said 'she did not
like Postum, it was so weak and taste
less. "I explained to her the difference
when it Is made right boiled accord
ing to directions. She was glad to
know this because coffee did not agree
with her. Now her folks say they
expect to use Postum the rest of their
lives." Name given upon request.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rea
son." "Po3tum now comes In concentrated,
powder form, called Instant Postum.
It is prepared by stirring a level tea
spoonful in a cup of hot water, adding
sugar to taste, and enough cream to
bring the color- to golden brown.
Instant Postum is convenient;
there's no waste; and the flavour is al
ways uniform. Sold by grocers 45 to
50-cup tin 30 cts., 90 to 100-cup tin
A 5ncup trial tin mailed for grocer's
name nd 2-cent stamp for postage.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek:
Columbia, S.; C, February 2.-'The
.Vew Corn Belt" - is the title which
las been accorded the nine . Southern ;
states east of the Mississippi and "
south of the Potomac. This honor is
jiven the Suth in an attractive fold-
T just issued by the Southern" Rail
way Company which is being distrib
1 ted among visitors to the National
Corn Exposition here. Figures In the
folder, compiled from latest official
sources, ' give new proof of the in
creasing importance of the South as a
corn growing section and fully sub
stantiate the claim given this wonder
ful section as the "New Corn Belt"
"Figures in the Dec'ember number
of the Crop Reporter issued by the
federal department of agriculture,
show that the nine Southern states
east of the Mississippi and south of
the Potomac produced in 1912 a corn
crop of 505,135,000 bushels, worth
$314,740,000 at pricey paid farmers in
that territory," says the folder. "Com
pared with the report of the 1900 cen
sus, when the crop of 342,464,737 bush
els in tho eMime states was worth
$137,079,603, the latest figures show an
increase ot 162,670,263 bushels, worth
practically $178,000,000 more than the
"The greater yield in the Southeast
has fbllowed an Increased acreage giv
en to corn and steadily increasing
acre-yield. The general development
of this agricultural region, aided by
federal and state demonstration work
and further helped by the educational
efforts of such railroads as the South
ern, which maintains a corps of agri
cultural experts whose services are at
the command of all the farmers along
its 7,000-odd miles of territory, has
had a large share in stimulating at
tention given to corn. Prominent
among the reason fcjr the increased
acre-yield has been the organization
of boys' corn clubs and annual corn
shows in each of these nine states.
Comparative figures show that th in
crease in the average yield per acre
over the 1900 record; In 1912 alone
amounted to $103,981,221. Four hun
dred and fifty-four members of boys'
corn clubs in the South in 1912 made
over 100 bushels to the acre."
In addition to the) wide circulation
It Is' being given at the Corn Exposi
tion, the folder wilj be distributed
among farmers of the North and
West in an effort to attract desirable
settlers to the "Nev Corn Belt."
For Better Army and Navy.
Washington. To work for a larger
Navy, an adequate Army, the improve-
. CUT THIS OUT.
Recipe that Breaks a Cold In a Day
and Cures Any: Curable Cough.
vi"From your druggist get half ounce
of Globe Pine vCompound (Concentrated
Pine) and two ounces of . Glycerine.
Take these - two ingredients home and
put them into a. half pint of good whis
key; shake well and use in doses of one
to two teaspoonfuls after each meal
and at bedtime." Smaller doses to chil
dren according to age. But be sure to
get only the -genuine Globe Pine Com
pound (Concentrated Pine). Each . half
ounce bottle comes in. sealed tin screw
top case. If your druggist does not have
It be will quickly get if. Many mix
tures are of large quantity and cheaper,
but it is risky - to . experiment. This
formula comes from a reliable doctor
and is certain. This was first pub
lished here six years ago and local
druggists say it has been . in constant
demand ever since. Published by the
Globe Pharmaceutical laboratories of
Many- men are
pleasure oat of
the Liggett &Myer
Duke's 'Mixture sack. .
One 5c package holds
"many pipefuls of pore, mild
smoking or, if yon please,
it will make numy cigarettes of
the good old-fashioned kind that 70a
"Well, my little man, do you know
what an oath is?"
"Yes, sir; I was your golf caddie for
a whole week last summer."
SCURF ON BABY'S HEAD
Campbell, Va. "I used Cuticura
Soap and Ointment for scurf on my
baby's head and they made a complete'
cure. It came on her head soon after
birth. It broke out In pimples and
Itched and she would scratch it and
cause sores to form. Her head was
very sore and her hair fell out in
bunches. She was very cross and fret
ful and could not sleep at night. I
tried many remedies, all failed, then I
tried Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
they commenced to heal at once. I
put the Cuticura Ointment on, and a
half hour after washed hervhead with
the Cuticura Soap. I used them a
month and she was cured entirely."
(Signed) Mrs. W. B. McMullen, Mar.
1 Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
"It is an easy matter for an agent
to sell Gupp an edition de luxe set of
"All the agent has to say Is, 'Mr.
Gupp, you look like a man of intelli-
For Safety of Miners.
Washington. H. M. Wilson, the
engineer in charge of the experiment
station of the Bureau of Mines at
Pittsburg, has become chairman of the
executive committee of the American
Mines Safety Commission and will
work for the reduction of deaths in
mines and quarries throughout the
county and the relief of more than
160,000 injuried each year.
Much Trade With Orient.
Washington. Never was trade be
tween the United States and "the
Orient as great as it was during 1912
Imports from' Asia and Oceania com
bined amounted to $280,000,000 in 1912
and the .export to Asia and Oceania
for the last year aggregated $190,
000,000. One feature was the sending
of raw cotton to India and China.
Despite the fact that both these coun
tries are producers of cotton the Uni
ted States sent to India 35,000,000
oounds -of raw cotton and to China
Planning For Celebration.
Washington. Details of a celebra
tion of the 50th anniversary of nation
al unity were determined upon at a
meeting of the committee' of which
Dr. E. A. Alderman, president of the
University of Virginia, is chairman.
The committee proposed to have a
national memorial in the. shape of a
bridge over the Potomac here, and
urged upon congress and dedication
exercises in 1915, under direction of
G. A. R. and United Confederate vet
erans, which will be a reunion of sur
vivors of the two gi-eat armies.
Parcel Post Proves a Success.
Washington. The parcel post sys
tem, which has' been in operation
since the first of the year, is working
like a well-oiled Corliss engine. s The
experimental days seem to have been
passed and the people are trying to
reduce the cost of living by the use
of the new postal - express. '.Postal
employes . are ' doing their utmost to
make the law a success. There -are
two side's to the enforcement of thr
parcel post; regulations, one is humor
ous and the other serious.
1 High Cost of giving.
adam Were you. downtown to
Maid Yes, mum ; an' things cost so,
mum. I spent $7, mum, an' only got
a hat, a pair of shoes, an' some long
Griggs I saw the doctor's carriage
at your door yesterday. Anything se
rious ? .
Briggs I should say so! He want
ed to collect his bill. Boston Evening
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"So Miss Jiggers had an eye to the
"Yes, but she got the hook."
Duke's Mixture, made by the
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. at Dur
ham, N. C, is the favorite with ciga
rette smokers. It's the tobacco that
makes "rolling" popular with men
who want the true taste of pure,
mild, selected tobacco.
We're making this brand the leader of
its kind. Pay what you will, you cannot
St better granulated tobacco than Duke's
Yon still get the same big one and a
half ounce sack enough to make many
cigarettes for 5c And with each sack
you get a book of cigarette papers and a
present coupon, FREE.
Save the Present Coupons
With the coupons you can get many
handsome, desirable presents articles
suitable for men, women, boys and girls.
Something for every member of tho
Special offer for February atd
Our new illustrated catalogue of pres
ents will be sent Free to anyone who
sends us their name and address.
- j , " coupons irom uutrs Mixture may be assorted
. iv. with tat from HORSE SHOE. J.T TINSLEY'S
m-m hm mnrj j run s rt
TWIST, coupons irom FOUR
ROSES (10c tin double coupon).
PICK PLUG- CUT, PIEDMONT
CIGARETTES. CLIX CIGAR
ETTES, and other tags or coupon
tuned by vs.
t ' T
4 VWoff- . St.Lotna,Mo.
Brightening Flower Pots.
Flower pots frequently fade into a
dingy color from their original bright
and cheerful brick red- They may be
eaejly brightened again by putting Or
dinary red ochre in water until it is
abqut as thick as paint, then painting
thel flower pot,- whiejx absorbs tb
coltir and holds it.
Father I can't understand
you want to be a prize fighter!
Son Easy! Because it's all prize
and no fight. Judge.
"Woman is a delusion."
"Yes, and it comes natural to hug
W ten t.b fcawt ma'
may meat mmrkrt
Writ for nfrmlll mam
cvkly prfee list.
Si BEL SONS,
Bamler la Farm, Warm,
Cheapest prices on earth by
photographic specialists. De
veloping any roll film 5c Prints
2c and 4c Mail your films to
Dept. K, PARSONS OPTICAL CO..
244 KING ST., CHARLESTON, SO. CAROLINA,
For SUMMER HEADACHES
Hicks CAPUDINE is the best remedy
no matter what causes them whether
from the heat, sitting in draughts, fever
ish condition, etc. 30c. 25c and 50c per
bottle at medicine stores. Adv.
In order to be a social favorite
man may be a cheerful liar.
ITCH Relic-red in 30 Minutes.
Woolford's Sanitary Lotion for all kincls of
contagions itch. At Druggists. Adv.
Doctors disagree except as to the
size of the bill. v
Highest IVlarket Prices
PAID FOR ALL KINDS
Furs, Skins, Tallow, Beeswax, Scrap Rub
ber, Metals, etc Write us your offerings.
Price list, tags, etc., furnished on request.
Standard traps at wholesale cost. Our deaU
ings guaranteed correct and on the square.
SUMTER JUNK COMPANY
SPARTANBURG & SUMTER, S. C
Addressed to Women
TUaatt IBaelkacHae If dDnnirs
Is one of nature's warnings when all the joy of living has
vanished because of trouble peculiar to womankind. Don't '
disregard this warning. - Don't procrastinate. Nowh .
the .time to take steps to regain health and strength.
IPIeffce's IFavdDirlte IPgegcffSptSdDim
NO ALCOHOL MO NARCOTICS
Ha3 been recommended for over forty years as a remedy for "ailments peculiar to women :
Thousands of grateful women have testified to its effectiveness. You, too, will find it beneficial.
As made up by im&:oved and exact processes, the Favorite Prescription" is a most efficient
remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements, as prolapsus,
anteversion and retroversion, overcoming painful periods, toning up the nerves and bringing ,
about a perfect state of health.
This tonic, in liquid form, was devised over 40 years ago for the womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M. D., and has benefited many thousand women. Now it can also be obtained
in tablet .form from . dealers in medicine, or send 50 one-cent stamps for trial box.
Every woman ought to possess Dr.
Pierce's great book, the People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser, a magnificent
thousand-page illustrated volume. It
teaches mothers how to care for their
children and themselves. It is the best
doctor to have in the house in case of
emergra uver nan a million copies
were sold at $U0 each, but one free copy
in cloth covers will be sent on receipt of
31 one-cent stamps to pay the cost cf
wrapping and mailing only. Address
Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel
Buffalo, New York
A Case In Kind
"I wrote to you about
six months ago for your
kind advice in regard to
my case," writes Mrs.
Lizzie White. At times
I was hardly able to be on
my feet. I believe I had
every pain and ache a
woman could have. Had
a very bad case of uterine
disease. Ovaries were
very much diseased and
my back was very weak.
I suffered a great deal with
nervous headaches, in feet
1 anfbtrMl all over. I fhla
lowed your directions as closely as I could, and was
well .pleased with the results. I have taken your
.'Favorite Prescription' and "Golden Medical Discovery
for about three months and eaa now say that my
health was never better, lean highly recommend
Doctor Pierce's remedies to any woman suffering from
female disease, and I do recommend them to every cne
I see. Have induced several to try your wonderful
medicines.' Address furnished on request.
ColoTBMieKoodsbrurhterand faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors ill fibers. Thevdyeincotd waterbetterthananrotlierdTe. You 04
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