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YOLI. NO. 40.
LLNCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY JUNE 2(5, 18.
6 1. 00 A YEAR.
FullMails Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
TBWR. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con-
V iieeifd with railroad construction in J
A," -Keihraska, writes: "My heart troubled
and paiiied rtic for 19 years. Shortness of
foreatb was t i constant and most common
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener
nily 'oliOwei a ny severe exertion. Faintness,
hvinprti vithuxit any appetite; fluttering that
made me clutch my breast, and palpitation
that often staggered me asif I would fall,
wore frequent attad:s. Again, everything
-ould t urn black if I arose from a stooping
"poiun quickly. Sleepless nights with their
T. M?1C prostrating unrest were
Ll. iuuca numeroife and I could
get no rest day or night.
' I consulted leading phy
sicians and tried adver
tised 'remedies. They
gave me no relief. One of
Dr. Miles' circulars described my case so
exactly ftyat I took Dr. Miles New Heart
Cure and I am now a tvell man. I hope
every one troubled with heart disease will
trv Dr. Miles' Eeiaodies. If they will write
me personally, I will gLidly give them full
details of my experience." Edw. Edmonds.
, P. O. Eox G5, David City, Nebraska.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee
that Ci bottlebcnefits or money refunded.
Election of Countv f nm"mf.-fc
In "Public Laws of N. C. for Ses
sion of 1895 we find the following
as to the'election of county com
missioners, which we publish for
information. It amends chapter
17 of the first volume of the Code:
v ''Sec: 4. "Thai Section 716 u
repealed and the following substi
tuted in lieu, thereof, viz: There
shall be elected in each county of
the State, at the general election
to be held in the year 1896, and
every two years thereafter, by the
duly qualified electors thereof.three
persons 10 be chosen from the body
of the county, who 6hall be styled
the Board of Commissioners for
the county of , and shall
HOw to Cause watrr-Meloh
Vines to Bear all Summer.
Cor. Progressive Farmer.
I contributed an article for ef
Tecting the above purpose, thnt
was published in your paper April
9th, lfc95. The same party (T. L.
Riddle, Prosperity, N. C.) has tried
the plan tvro seasons in succession.
and savs that seed planted early
in April ' produced vines that kept
green all summer, there not Wine
a yellow leaf on them when fro-t
came. Also that thevield wa far
greater,perhap ten times as much.
hold their office for two years from
the date of their qualification and
until their successors shall be elect
ed and qualified ; and.they shall be
qualified by taking the oath ot of
A. etrai-htout l)emoratio ticket
U what North Carolina Democrat!
favor. l.k at Butler' papr how
it fmlha at the mouth in ahutin
the grand ( lil party that Duller
deserted for otIUe. One of their
grievance U that th'-j Democratic
party i a white roan'd prty, and
that tlit "nigger iaus" muit be
delicattdy handled and referred to
with bated breath. A dead ism,
quote th-5 Seuat r, bv reason ot a
nut foul conspiracy, I uetl hat
made it u vry Iiv Uaue. and r-
Sound Money Man Hva Kept
Thii currency pietiirt it me
up.n which litnit men im cither I Vi
idv'of it fel XkT? deeply. Inii
t peak inc. tf hnt i:ti e mat.
to exclude aspiring pliti.:Un !.
carw nothing abmt the rjuti-.n
but want tn X-' uiih th cr.d; uu. Tt1tt.f th cikmUt i
"To Dl -'ijantia the Regular
namocalic Parly. "
VtMii liui.d a cpy c.i a tt!t
riicuUr, pnuti i ! Uitr
La.l t f the -.rrr;cti. Wer r-aiiifati-n."
I)'. J.J. M.'ti. c!.ir-
a3 from vines planted in the ordiu- fure 0Vf mbtr liutter will awake
aryway. When he pave iuh the fcll0UCh to M-e u. .Whiti niai
formula he omitted the eotton rul0 ju Norlh ('aroliuaif jut what
seed, and consequently people who Democracy ftaml.. for. Th hm-
tried the plan last summer may ocracv crushed out Dtack lUdicat-
not have succeeded as well as he. 13nl 0g LZO lir,dor the tplcndid
I will, therefore, insert his experi- eaucrgl4jp of Vauc and but for
ment in full and bring in all th the trf-ncbery or DulUr aud hi
points this time. feluv in tht- diigr-iceful contpir-
Mr. R. says that he selected a acy lue mr.nMer would never hav
golled piece of grouud and dug rtiusettated enoosh to bring;
iun tti rxcliid- camj-fdb-er
ft ml tint f?rvr !;. hn n
tlxml cotivictioitt oil ihe iib;evt
bttt who an nm:i; a: h ulitt
ait!l the rauHitud j fr what l!.r
iii.l iif L r It it :;!.r.J, tfl
m c da liv I luutk h. It, If t
It it lactlv c!r li tm t i
ud Wul the f.!l .inr J h.
Uitu.,: up n tL Mr c..t(fi
Doath of a f itnihmin.
Kfatr ! !..lr.wi4
ar 4 al l a t. in! at, ia
tl. !tatS ! Jut y- tun It La
tlt I t. f n i't.t it t,.i
ttjr H - ltl.f f.t
tr !urt'l r . : t -5 j l.t is
l. 1 . tt ti
ttii !:, !!,! . i Lit !:!;
cm v.ink out cf it. Thr i:icr t lull &.1 it, ia:.n u
I lit' :ict I 1 IOM
l..-t.r.tlv tl.H.l I -J.. J
tfrv nilvf-r liit l
that otu:hjw kjT t ll r tl.ey ar
b?i!:s upuri d by thj uiamtn
aliCe j the talidard ( nlu
m i al.a . it
which ut iiavf r.a ;:c c uu :ci4ii .
The ound luvi.ev Ui-n f !,
fice before the Clerk of the Supe
rior court, or some Judge or Jus- four holes two feet square and two Krf,,4l calamity and wo upou the.
tice of the Peace, and the Register teet deep, about ten fpet apart each t3t,-.
a du ply, thnt fr C'u;ri;- thr t.
n our hcl" dua;ctal fabr;c
hat th ;,'tavt conjuticv t
thetuelvf it.d;v;dunllv :id tu
ihv countrv vuld rult fr;a a
frer cuiimU'' law, Thi b-tic t!
truth tho vi km m North
I . COSTA Eli, 31. X.
LlNCOLXTON, N. C.
Oft'er.- Ins professional service to the
people of Lincolriton and surrounding
country. Olllce at residence next to
the North State Hotel.
of Deeds shall be ex-officio, clerk
of the Board of Commissioners.
Sec. 2. That when as many as
five electors of the county make
affidavit belore the Clerk of the
Superior court, at any time after
the election of the county commis
sioners, that they verily believe
jthat the business of the county, if
Ueft entirely in the hands of the
three commissioners elected by the
people, will be improperly man
aged, that then upon petition of
I The Democracy have record in
ApecK oi corncons u eu v-.k Carolin;i of w!nch ueeJ
placed in each hole (a 1 alt bu.hel bj U im u ha, becu
T.l" 1 111-1. . V Tl. . t
1 tnioK wouui ue oeuer;. ...-u a failhfut nonet and cpable. It
pecK o cuuuu hcu t..r rcdei.med the Stale when prvtlrale
ana tne noies nuea wun ncn earn. . h , f f ale aLt, ad.
from underneath cedar tree when
cnickens had roosted. The cotton
venturer, leading to destruction
lhn black allies. It has cut tb
i i t : i i i i... I .
seeu nau previous., ceeu Ku.eu u g uu , upward urad. and
LlNCOLNTON, N. C.
All work guaranteed, nothing but
best materials used. Prices reasonable.
Terms cash except by special agreement
Office on 3dain Street
Attorney at Law,
' , . " ' LlNCOLNTON, N. C.
Work intrusted to his care will be
promptly and carefully attended to.
- OfUce on Main Street
Attorney at Law,
LlNCOLXTON, N. C.
Practices in all of the State and Fed
eral Courts. Prompt attention given
to all br.siness.
OiUce in N jrth Slate Hotel.
T V. Jb'STIOE.
Attorney at Law,
LlNCOLNTON, N. C
Practices in the CoUrts of Lincoln,
Mecklenburg, Gaston, Catawba. Cleve
land, liuthertord, Polk, and in the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office in Xorth State Hotel. -
witting and packing in a pile until
they heated (I think the heating
had better be avoided bv brui.-ing
the seed or using cottonseed meal).
f mt .1 .1 1 1 "II ..1
200 electors of said county, one ibe earth in tne noies win eiuef
half of whom shall be free holder, and, therefore, it should be heaped
and so certified by the Clerk ol the up considerably above a level. Two
Superior court, made to the Judge years ago the four hills thus pre-
of the district, or Judge presiding pared made more melous than a
therein it shall be the dutv of said patch of about fifty hills planted
Judge to appoint two honest and and cultivated in the usual way.
discreet citizens of said county, One vine appears to be enough for
who shall be of a political party a hole; at most two. A small
different from that of the Board of handful of salt may b placed in
Commissioners, who shall, from the bottom of each hole,
their appointment and quaiifica- Is it the cedar leaves, or what,
lion, by taking the oath required that keeps the vines green? If o,
for countv commissioners, be mem. some hne ceaar oougns mixeu wun
v ' 1 - .. ...
i tj j r n t.hf earth before Dlaciua in tne
oers oi am iuiu ui vuiuiuinnwu i -
era in everv resDect. as fully as if holes might be advantageous
elected bv the oeoole. and shall If a wooden box having a glass
onntinna"in office until the election top, say 12x12 inches, bo placed
. . ovor the hill the melons v:ii be
anu. quiuicui ion ui me outv-wsvic -
of said Board of County Commis- about three weeks earlier than u
ainr,TH. and that no mocev shall ual. Insects can't deprecate
be paid upon the order of said W nen tne vines get neany ,arge
board, or official bonds accepted, enough to commence running, the
nor shall any debt be incurred, ex- boxes should be removed aud the
cept upon the concuneuce of as vines cultivated,
many as four of said board. That But if boxes be not ued, small
all motions concerning financial beds, say G to S inches square,
matters shall be taker upon an thickly sown with melon ecd a
"ave" and "no" vote, aiid recorded few days before you plant the holes
usually protect well. ine plant
pit; iiii"-f t .
If thi cotiVtltv:i ,Tdti-
lied tu th dilffl.t 5ia - tl.
I i.lfi fw ii'lk if miil lrl..l l.i
I . ;l
i . . ... . .
jt;t i1m- r.an:x- tr f'oir ic:rtic : i.m,
pil i .1 .:! : w
Il!l 11 r t.;..; 1 . -
f! ! i !- t. i iJ t4-t.
ti i tlf '.f. -1 I !.U inf l -it
N p- b . i! 1 .1 ) ;
ytt 1 I y r. - ... lj 1 ( M 1
i: r i .i -s. g It: i -
(life th upa It . I t 3JMtt-r. i I !
lllCit thl lift u.ul i tJ.dc- t.. Vtt" t. ! t . ?- t -,tts-
t i.ditly (ct i;l'r -r cj ui if &t. t f ti . i i it- .:- II
U. ! I 1 -f i it 8. c f H,.c
Ih-rc ! ltl.;f- J f f.' t.it. ; ;tt
;.w ia tbi tul It h :t , Li . I
,i If r
Cnruliun. nt U-.'wt, d' tv cr!:t ; cuinuUtit ri4i
1 1 e
lor the manner in hich thy bv J lot diif i rd iu . tl ;t! ' t . : in. !r !!: r
th'u fur borr. t!-niH in tb r ct J.r c:i!' if J tfj t. t- f ti Urt
"t, t ;:. ! irt.r .r t j 0;r t I-",,! tuf I :-I A leu.4.!
pnmnri :.d cuui v cent'
naluin th fict thit thy ir' to I tia.Kfi,i tut ,u --t-- - L.
n nitt.OItty in the lt,.ll.-v i.iJ;Ut' tl.t, to ,-.:; . t!. 1
but for the cal untie following
unwise and dtftructive Cousres-
ioual legislation through twenty
three year, it is alt02lher prob4
ble that now North Carolina would
be far vanw aid, as prosperous n
auv Stat" on the ftitir Allautic
slope this side of Nt KngUud.
The Democracy have thown
their capacity for good government
and have aved North Carolina
from vandalism and ttupidity and
without the aid of the negro vole.
A tew aenmble well meaning bUck
men. at personal peril, havo voted
with the party of economy and re
form in the State; and thy d
serve rememberanc- and thaukt,
cut the uioro than SHI per ceut. of
the black rallied at the Kunsell
horn-tooting through the years to
vote solidlv against the interest
of the white, and particularly in
hostility to the Democrats who
tavored thorn, gave employment
and help otherwise. The gloried
jn "being independent" and in an
tagonizing t ho men who showed
thvm friendship aud good-will.
There ought to bo among the
privates tn .he ropulttt party
many men who love North Caro
lina and her history, who would
gladly see her prosperous and
bowt-d gmcetully b-for fh pvr
of uerior ntmil- r nuJ Lv.' t n
th? cau of no dit:uLnc Tl.v
havir at ilrr.t in county c i. n-
lion. ihMe-1 of fighting. h u
fret? coinage resolution "r run
over them In lh cvnv-::t: :i -f
Oft4tcMi tttnl Cnbarru. Ui iur
dav. th oound ::v:i-y in-u t-
.v-, (rni tbj c rcwUr. rthit ff j :tu . M. t . j.
utug lh- i!pr to th
P.ulli:u vt tu tb- w' Lhr.Mh.s, a
4 2 lt
be c .i
critic ttly ' w ll. -lb.
lr t" n.ti !;!!
iu the majority, but thy r;i u itucirly l.ci.-;ti: l
ound money resolution ov r ti e:: J to kp tt$r y ;t ttir
folio party men nor did any- 'j jl'.u- cls.'la'.t t b ttf .
thing eUe diagr?vabl. lie:::g in J
u (Minion to kno . can j
that there ar a grr.t many mo:
iousd mosey l)?necrt m North
Carolina than : jpulariy t -r hev.4
and it l n great m;lnk to ::!-
po? thai tuey ar cumae i
town, a hat often a rted : lhvp
arj thousand of thvm at ork on
their farm in tl: country. Tr.-y
are a minority in the uk xh&i
is confevd: but tl:ere r? enough
of them to hae muMial the
water a to no n;all xtvnt tl they
had cho-en to do o. Thev o:d
not choc;? to do but have ul-i
loed the mujority to hav it-
V rjo-.ibi 1;k- h it ?
;-t'p t'. p.i:e ;ut v-4 "''
to U A th. I : vf ?!. gib
i $ 1
i i't J vt r f I'. ?
l--n hi" 1 In M j.i:.s-
n.&rv and ::; ih- !! : C
ai.d !.::.c-.;i c.:. v:Uv;.. li.
'.cd ir e; ;a
but th y b.b d ih k. . "
.- u iu H li ti.;tis v
t-J U:g' J .4-t.i :. r
In 1 r?l i uJ ;iw, V lb?
vi ;. ;. i-t k t ibr ;
w'Mlt Ski-.-" J l.kirt ! f
tr.t-4!t J r.-wUii t t.ff IS-
M'f' rf-ili" t." 1- t :
t.:l 1 1 T ; .ti. Kiii
.. i ... -ti t
lb pi::..:, t t .? 4ir n
Dc::i crat C!.r'rj?t C..-r.
W ilci;n ji '4 iZ:
CcotJ. lf NclO'Uin!.
H b-c.:. l t r ti c'r u:";
! iurdav :.;ghl a:.d ak 1
way, without kt or h::idrui.c-.
And tmlv fr v c Jinug- pRpe: ! . 4, ' , .... ,
I v t vk b: ' :"-.tb
ij.y.:g: tb :r" r
lhil u -if i - -.iri f
,-.;'. s g
ii fb. tiit hi4 h'd the U.Ce t
-av that thev have lehavi and
aTv behnving Vvfv wll !fcle
nnnn thfi minute?
1 . . , , , , . , i. 1
iirk thfi npin npinc i hick a er
Will Shock thsOUI Fogies. tender the bugs prefer to suck moving out .at a more rapid pevd
Chatham Record: At Trinity them. At a proper time dirt mav "Pn niguwny. o. Brv...ur-
1 . r 11 . .-1. .1 .
DENI AL rSOTICK
.Dr. A. W. xVlexander will be at
hie dT:ce at Lincoln ton-, June, Au
gust, October, December - Febru
ary, jand April. Vill be in Mt.
IloliVjvfuly, September, November,
January, March and May.
Patronage solicited. Terms cash
B. F. Ctacc.
W. E. Geigg, Cashier
THE BANK OF
College commencement, last week,
i four voung ladie3 were among the
graduates and the Wiley Gray
medal for oratory was awarded to
a full blooded Indian. Two' such
unusual and notable events de
serve more than a passing noticej
as indicative of the progress cf the
ae. It does indeed seem quite
Strang and suprising that a young
Indian, whose parents probably
'were unlettered barbarians, should
have won a medal for oratory in a
contest with a class of educated
white youths. And the graduat
ing of four vouns ladies with the
5 1 decree of Bachelor of Arts, from
a North Carolina College is a new
"1 1 . . .. . It - ..t... . I . t n.
be thrown on the beds and well ve.opmeiu iu an paiucu...,
.Wrnvini? the iii- maintaining her g-numo conrv.
.... . , .1 t
sects. hen tins is uone me seeu
of other bed? should be coming up,
to be treated as aforesaid. You
can thus sooir' destroy all the in
sects near the patch.
Jonesboro, X. C.
Thj contribution wt Spckrr
Keed to the world' eptgMUit g..
uteadily r.n. A few cTentng g
Mr. Joseph H. Chilt?.of Nc York
... 1 ii . . . . 1 i
anu nator r.tiwrn. oiu.f f i . UJ, i yt
1, 'j ;.$ - 1 c-;.;j.g -5
f 'A J'.-j -.''
: iim 1 1
;.-!. ;r I : , - it f . "i
t: .4 t . . -l.
1 :.- r... g . . ..-,?
-:.c-"'! tl'.l Jt ;il
Coisxado, wttc hi dint.-r guct
Mr. Cho4te took i-cc-r.'.n tu
mar that he bed never tu hit U'c
tism and tiuwrving dovolion to
tur.damcntai doctrine and princi
ples. Thes have gone out from
the great party that redeemed,
regenerated and disenthralled" tho
State, aud thev thould now .-e thei
. . . 11.' .. .. . w -
great, the imperative necessity 01 lerrupieu ouawi " u'
combining onco more with tbe whv don't you Wolco.l." drlt
llunuti H i tr4tc! thr.gh
th rt?K fr:- tb l..4is i: txio
Solicits ihe accounts of Mer
department that is calculated to
chams. Corporations and Individ-j shock the sUid notions
uals, and will make collections at
reasonable rates. Settlements
A Bank account uever fails to
Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier re-sidine-
at Monroe, Micb., was severely
afflicted with rheumatism but received
I j. i:. r.nni i n hv usincr
lospir.habits of economy and s,v- S. h. sa5s :
ing. iry it.
true frictids of honest, equal, jut.
A few days ago a darkey was I econonnc, intelligfnt Government.
driving past the premises of a Wilmington Meenger.
oiriTon of tb'U ronntv. A dog rail I - " "
w . ,4 , un Tho Platforms Compared.
out andnghtcned the mule he
was driving. The mule ran againn The Kepublican platform in
v,o vnrl fpnrp nnd knocked off a lSl'-said:
iiUV - 1
paling. The citizen became en- "The American jn-'pU, from
raed and demanded pav for dam- tradition and interest, tuvor ui-
nire done. The darkev replied mctallHin, ami tho lepuincn
o ..I . . . e 1 . 1
thathewa3 "strapped" bat hi party demand tho u?o 01 ooui
tb - dnmace. I (dd and ?ilvor as standard
cuipiwc "uuim ...w o I
Next morning the citizen rode tive I money.
miles to the home 0 the darkey s jn the platform ay :
employer nnd demanded twenty- "The Republican party U un
five cents for damage done hin reservedly for ound mtmey. It
I property. The money was paid I cauftei the enact mcnt ot tho law
Yaw: J. J.
iurv Truih. i d? i.l t. r :
n-nthl, a retired tnvfch&M , lf?
... I 1
I; I ..:. I
s4i Sty c .--' . rv
U,. J. ! Mvafv 1. t :i4 i.v .
bom Jt :jv; lru fnr M N-fih ,',:"4,,i,!r
. it . ,
.' .1 1 '
!. d-J r-
' it i"
. I 1 - I t -!
won or lot money at any g:n oi " f
chauc. witu cord or o:hrai. HoT nl; cure ur iii rr 1
-I wi.h I ermld ..v S much:' 1:4. npuKi.. ..
4 - . -l
Carcltn Mt Jicl Cv!kg.
out tb big jK-ktr. -Chofttc
!....! .: t ..1 rl..! .h.l ti Tl , .-. .1 .i,t.rl i;l . .
II CCH ltliU''lU VHTI't -mil 4.v-. . - .
tithinctb- ctbtr ir.ght. alter hit thcntt bnjth ct tb utn
. I! . . .
t...t..tT. ! r.fniL Lok.h Ik.f- bfirr I I.r hr. l i l:''
knew h hd gt i.e. Ho to a . Hnd I-mraH t
rpuiet little ptut ntar lcberg. j . t-rl t dvt r ar.d I g 'd na a
Va.. and tat cu Vto bank a t s dc'.frit to th Chirr Ccr.r
part of thj day. Th ntlcmu.j u
whoili.y ram w mm iu j.fof Mtjr T:trtnr h
"At times my DacK wouwacucsu
that I could hardly raise up. If I haa . , . k dc pirture. providing for tho resumption of
not gotten relief I would not be nere . high? Monroe Unrio navmcnH in "l-TQ: ttneo
i nnc- n n tti npr. I j x ,
Enquirer. I then even- dollar has cen gtxxi
as gold. o aro unaltcratdy op
to write these few lines
lnin's Pain Balm has done me a great
deal of good and I feel very thankful
Illir,, V,V, lnrtfl f airlr of KEW
Musc at. Insri'mexts thst has ev- for it." For sale by W. L. Crouse,
er been in North Carolina, such
as AutOIIARPS, ACCORDIANS, MAW-
DoLixs, Guitars. Banjos, Violins,
aM Rot.t.f.ti Orrans. and any
tain? else that isx kent in -a first
class Music Store. Prices lower
Lan ever, nrilpra bv mail 'have
8 Promt attention. Addess
V; W. L. Lowe, Newton, N. C.
Delaware Democrats held the;r
State Convention last week. Sen- pleasant
Mothers wilb find cmrnoer ain mca.uro calculated
r-... pnmoHr xnr n r valuable for I J .
;rouV .nr;hoo5r;uSh. It m to e our cancner Mr mp..r
rivenrornDt relief and i tfe and I Uio crc.lit of our ccuntrr. Wo
. .... .1 . - .1 r
AVe have sold it lor ; aro thcreforo opposed to tno irec
nnr Grav heads the delegation to
Chicago. The delegates elected
are gold standard men. The con
vention : put itself on record as
against high, tariff.
several years, and it -fcas never failed
togive the most perfect Mtisiaction.
G. W. Richards, Duquesne, Va, Sold
by TV. L. Crouse, Druggist.
' Subscribe lor the .Democrat,-
coinage of tiilver
Tho,- North Carolina Teachm
Apsemhly met in Uhovillo Ian
ot tho pace 10 the conversation,
but ho mado very fcr rttnark.
Ftuillv, ho f aid. after Uiidtr. a
rood chub: Did thcie nc-
apr Icllowt catch on to mo thtt
morning f Hte you en tho pa-
vrir Hit compauion iplid :
"No. they think you aro at Wocd-
ley Afur a pauio of a moment
or to, tho President rciunifd:
"Well, about tho nj thine I
minded iu connection with the ac
cident vai the cutting op of my
new tct of htrni tog?t the fcoriu
Purd Hlood ti th taf-guard of
health. rWp yt.nrblx pnrr, rich
and full of vitality by ta"iiogHv-!i
SnrtaparilU.and yen will r. A 1.
tn re-clrrt-d arrintn Jr.t cf
to? ?ttyilU (tra ll fbI lor
tfc? c?r.trg hol yir.
I.it?-Tt r xro f it ftntnoi-
ir.g with a J.cMrc:i kii.dt ttjr.l
to cnabl ditrritd tbipi to r:r.-
munjcJitc with tn there.
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So ihorcagh t th fX'dWrif (
Ayt Hair Visor that it ran l
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matter bat may tc Ihn cr;dttK.ti
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