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103 WEEKLY MNi
FabUabed la Two M every Taos
lay sad Friday, at M MkkUc Street, Bw
atom, . U .
CHARLES L. STEVENS
bdroi an rmormmoB.
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receive notice of expirailoax of their sub-
scripuona ana aa unmeaiaia response to
aotioe wul be appreciated by tbe
Entered at the PostotfceNew Bern
m.j. mm aeoono-ciaaa BUHier.
Seetlea Oae. Taesdav. Jaly 1, 1008
WHO SHALL IKSTSUCT DEM
OCJtlCI? Success, u measured by tbe world. It
mora highly regarded from tbe point of
lit being a winner, tban from tbe fact
that merit and principle were mostly
concerned In bringing tbe success.
Tbe recent public utterances of Gro
f er Clevelsnd bave provoked an attack
from WilliamJJ. Bryan, which cannot
but place tbe latter In a ridiculously
contemptible light, witb every thinking
person, and makethose who at any time
regarded Mr. Bryan as being above' tbe
ordinary, feel sorry for baying bad such
an opinion or him.
The Bryan attack cannot but call at
tentlon to tbe wide divergence of politi
cal success, which has come to each
Thejgreatest of political success and
pubjlc , honors to one, who is prepared
to give bis 'Individual efforts that bis
party may again be brought Into power,
Tbe other man, twice a 'conspicuous
political failure, comes from bis two de
feats, soured. Ill-tempered, with a dog-in
tbemanger-splrlt, demanding a public
recognition, as If tbe public was un
mindful of bis political failures aad
personal political short comings.
Fortunately, true Democrats are not
blinded by Mr. Bryan's clamor against
every Democrat who may be a possible
Democratic Presidential nominee.
Nor are the thinking and Intelligent
deceived Into any idea that because
Grover Cleveland gives public ntterance
to bis political sentiments, that such
sentiments together with Mr. Cleveland
are the only Democratic issues extant
and that Mr. Cleveland Is the only pos-1
sible man who could be named to lead
tbe National Democratic party to sue
Taking Mr, Cleveland's recent public
speech, bis views bave soundness and
practical commontense Ung, that will
prove acceptable to those Democrats
who are for party above the Individual,
Mr. Cleveland states that be Is no seeker
j. ... ....... 1 , , f
alter nomination, therefore tbe unreason
in In Mr. Bryan's denunciatory lan
guage regarding Mr. Cleveland.
Mr. Cleveland shows tbe man from
whom advice can come, which can be
thought over and valued. ,
Mr. Bryan's attack is Intemperate and
wosldbe wisest to seek to provoke par
The Democratic party wants sugges
tions looking to Its strengthening and
getting Into party harmony, which are
- j- -p r "fi V-
bm means through wucn lt.can einect
and hope to return to political jopce
toacy, and not tbe personal antagonism!
inch as Mr. Bryan Is constantly arou-
NOTjOHG Q0S BT AmNQ.
The saying that "everything comes to
to him" who waits, does not mean that
, the sitting down fellow Is the one who
. Waiting, In tbe above saying does not
mean Idleness or dreaming, or wishing
: for aomtthlogtto take place.
ay guiag umHu
perslsteaes In following up tbe Mm
thing of value to thejpersoa seeking K
s yersoa ho waits, M leswber Jiki
for the opportunity to come along and
' fallaThlsw'Csi ieeV wVer sees
.retllcattoa offjfih T
' The presso tik U peculiarly a strl-
-alatent seeker can expect to gala any
thing, and then only by strong effort
v It is onlv necessary to lonk '-' I't. to
tit what produces success and what
' n who reaches c '.fterbus'
. - I
1 ?, I advertising and proDMe.Tort,
tits' and tli f n." tl.sre-
tor aad hi tsoaey, and thereby Ml flwa
eoauserclal advaacmsat and boIUIag
Not the wailing merchant who does
not advertise and seek oat for trade
tSroagh personal going forth' after It I
. Note the town or city which makes bo
effort to gain the atUatlon of the oat
side boalneea world and the world of
t Distinct faOnre will be found la both,
aad very few notice or care that the first
drops out of commercial circles, aad the
second la nakaowa In the Investment
There la failure la waiting, bat In go
ing forth U seise, to attain the object,
there la every chance of success.
PARTY DISCIPLINE VS. INDIVID
In the strict sense, It Is Impossible that
Individual political Independence should
exist la any political party.
There la a depotlsm In every political
party which does not permit tbe Individ
nal to exercise a complete freedom of
thought or action.
Great political parties may get out of
a strict conformity with their prevlons
existing principles, for temporary ex-
pedlenc purposes, but no member of
tbe party can set himself up aa differing
with some party announcement, nltbout
being swept aside.
Tbe fatality of getting beyond one's
political party's current, Is known so
well, that It Is a mstter of history.
Really great men, whose counsel was
of value to their parties, and whose ser
vices were desirable to have had In offi
cial positions by the country, bave
found themselves set aside and retired
to private life, all because they coulil
not think and act In strict conformity
to their party's dictates.
The fact that these men may have
thought rightly, and that their party
may bave later on returned to their way
of thinking, did not restore the politic
ian to the position formerly held, nor
as his judgment commended.
This is on the fundamental questions,
in which a political party, per se, can
commit no error.
While there may appear a harshness
in this suppression of any individual
political independence, it Is easily seen
what the results might be if party dis
cipline was not rigidly maintained.
There Is ever a striving by the poli
tician of force and Individuality of
character, to overcome this absoluteness
of party rule over its members, but noth
Ing has been gained or accomplished
through these attempts by the Individ
Dal. except where a party msjorlty hss
been secured to develop the Independent
thought of one, and make It the proper
ty of the majority.
Because of this sacrifice of the oc
casional person, it would seem a high
ce to oavTci democracy . but the sys
tem is tbe only practical one, and keeps
the representation of party In the many,
and does away with the opportunity of
the creation or a political oligarchy.
Statx of Ohio, Citt of Toledo, I
JjDcas goprrr. , l
Fbakk J, CpinBi makes oath that he
senior partner of the firm of F.J.
CxEMT&Coi., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS BE WARD for
each and .every ease of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catabbh Cdbk. '
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 0th daof December,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on the, blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Bend for
, V, r.CHKNKY CO Toledo, O.
HalTs Pamily PUls are the best
The nmbreJI and parasol were used
by the eastern nations many Centu
ries before the Christian era.' Tbe old
est china ware' shows pictures of la
dles and mandarins shaded by parasols
01, patterns similar . to those now In
"I suffered from dyspepsia and Indi
gestion for fifteen' years,, says W T
Sturdevsnt of Merry Oaks, N. C. "After
Ihad tried many doctors and medicines
W io avail one of my friends persnaded
to try KodoL i It gave immediate re
lief. I ean eat almost anything I want
now and my digestion Is good I cheer
fully recommend KodoL Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting. That
nly further weakens the system. You
eed : wholesome, strengthening food.
Kodof enables yon Ao assimilate what
yon eat by digesting It without the
stomach's aid. : ft. 8. Duffy. '
filnta la mt nn of th rrnnna b
means of bmoUiig, hole being bored
Into It with steam drills. V. ith der-
i n1 T- ""t chain! tie rough
su.j iue Li. ..iUjL.a edge of tie Quar
ry, and then they are rolled upon trucks
to V i sha-' 7 ft f v 4 "sptter.,' " ,
T""J .KOT ,r"T( YOU ARB TAE
T-nyi t''-f'' -nvVs Tlcns CLR1
1 , 1 t's formula is i' ' 'y
r . ... If it y I Mle Saowlrj tliit It
Digests tvhit you eat
This preparation contains all of tht
oiireatanta and dliresu all kinds nl
food. - It gives instant relief ami never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food yen want. Tbe mostecnsltive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands' of dyspeptics bave been
eared after everything else failed. It
prevenuiorBaaiioncigason I lie stom
ach, relieving aUtijstrees after eating.
Dietl og u n ncce&saty. pleasant to take.
II cna1ti:-S -'Mr. '
irepuMoaiTti E.U in witt (XX, Ohlrue
HwmwnwiwiH im in mg aiaa
rZ DCfY ds CO
If the ecar or Russia la wise, be wilt
put Soother high" board ,fence around
his Job.-Chtcage NeVa.
King Leopold seems to be a man re
markably free from vagaries, consider
ing tne extent of bis whlskera.-8t
Wng Eddy Is returning to bis old
habit. He visited a -London mualc
baft the ether night HU be opening
m nim mum ueii uamnion demo
4 Good Con'ldjciBc.
It speaks well, for; Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists use It In
their own families w preference to anv
other. "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Kemeay tor ue past n ve years with com
plete satisfaction to myself and custom
ers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten, K. Y. "I have slwsys used It in
my owp family for both ordinary coughs
and colds aad for the cough following
la grippe, and find It very efficacious."
For sale by F. B. Duffy & Co.
A writer Ui The Lancet iitys: "Since
I Ih'kiui to studjr dlet I have bct'ti as
tonished t. the number of . cast's of
which I linve heard, even of medical
men, who by enting less and not so
often hnvo found that their susceptibil
ity to colds has quite gone. Such facts
as I have met with point to the conclu
sion that It is the system overcharged
with the products of food which was
not required and can act pnly as a poi
son to every organ In the body which
is most susceptible to colds."
You may as well expect to run a steam
engine without water as to find an active
energetic man with a torpid liver and
jou may know that his food; or feels
dull and languid after eating often has
headache and sometimes dizziness. A
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its
normal functions, renew bis vitality. Im
prove bis digestion and make him feel
like a new man. Price 25 cents. Samples
free at F. 8. Duffy & Co's drug store.
Daaaaseaa Ollr Grovea.
There Is an ancient custom tinder
which the olive groves around Damas
cus are guarded by official watchmen
to prevent the trees being stripped by
thieves. But on a certain date the gov
ernor or some magistrate Issues' a
proclamation warning all owners of
olive trees that tbey must pick their
fruit, for after a certain date It be
comes public property. If a farmer bas
bis crop only half gathered when that
date arrives, the public will gather It
for Urn. ' ' '
Sared From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I bad consumption,"
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Chambers
burg, Pa. "I was so low after six months
of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever
and Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used It, and was com
pletely e ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung Diseases It is the safest cure
In the worULandls Infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections. Guar
anteed bottles 60c sod 11.00. Trial bot
tles free st CD. Bradham's. '
' xae latn uardea.
There Is much comfort to be found
in a garden. I hove watched a poor
woman at a little box of flowers; at a
Window, growing radiant with happi
ness as each bud blossomed and smiled
Upon her gentle hand. Water your
little garden and tend It well. A little
love for sunlight, a little sympathy for
rain, and the garden of the heart may
bloom witb beautiful deeds and fra
grant thoughts. Though the beauty of
the rose Is brief, yet tbe perfume may
be preserved, like tbe memory, of a
kiss, forever. Schoolmaster. " ,;
Filthy Temples in India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian tem
ples, but worse yet Is s body that's pol
luted by constipation. : Don't permit It
Cleanse your system with Dr. King's
New Life Pills and avoid untold misery.
Tbep give lively livers, active bowels,
good digestion, fine appetite. ' Only 26c
at 0. D. Bradham's drug store.
The cornerstone of character, that on
which tbe whole edifice Is to rest, must
be truth. Be truthful in word and, deed
and act faithful lo your conception of
rlglit. oiid you can no more help build
ing a uoble character than the earth
can help moving In Its orbit A boy
who has the courage to tell tbe truth
under all circumstances, even when It
may appear to be to bis on disad
vantage, will never do a mean, unman
ly or dishonest thing, lie' will not
stoop to do anything Questionable, no
matter what material gain It may
. , : RC22y toYlC'.O. .
I used De Witt's Witch.Uazel Salve for
piles and found It a certain cure," , says
8. R. Meredith, Willow Grove, Del.
Operations unnecessary to cure piles.
They always yield lo DeWltts Witch
Hazel salve. Cures skin diseases, all
I" ' j of 'i. Accept no counter-
t u r.v.r ." . -
Opiiioi Made as to the Result of
the KoTenjoer Yote.
Kara! Pablle Seheel Fast. New
Electleal Pewer Plant -Baa
alng Sathfactsrlly. Pre-,
llalaary Bearlag ef F F.
Dswsea, Alleged Fer
ger aad Eases
sler, Rajjugh, Jon ST. There Isaqalte
prevalent opinion that tbe vote la No
vember In this State will be a light oa.
rash Is now the outlook.
It Is now i e tiled that the aanual con
vention of the colored firemen of this
State, and the accompanying toarna-
ment, will be held here August S6. '
A very good rsln fell early this morn
ing, and It and tbe warm weather prove
exactly the thing for the crops. No mors
rain will be needed for 10 days. Tas
general opinion is thst the crops of cot
ton and tobacco hsve very rarely been
as good as they now are.
Tbe last of tbe fund paid out by the
Bute tress, la keeping the rural public
schools has been paid out Beveaty-five
counties called for such aid and the to
tal disbursed Is 182,798 89. Tbe legisla
ture set apart $100,000 for this purpose.
Tbe balance Is covered Into tbe treas
nry. The electrical power plant at Mllbui-
nie, oa Neuse river, 6 mllas from here,
has been tested. Everything works sat
Today F. P. Dawson, formerly of Wil
son, who was lately arrested iff Missis
sippi, on tbe charge of forgery and em
bezzlement, appeared before a creditors
meeting at Wilson, for examination by
them In bankruptcy proceedings. Many
witnesses were also examined. The
meeting of creditors snd other Interested
parties was large. He la charged with
embezzling about $15,000 from Hackney
Bros of Wilson. Since bis return from
Mississippi Dawson has been st Wash
ington, N. C. on ball
Tbe coroner's Jury returns a verdict
in the shooting of John Dlggs, A. L.
employee, that tbe killing was due to
the criminal negligence of Ogburn Kir-
A cbsrlor is granted to tbe Old Fort
Lumber Company, with $30,000 authoi
The corn crop Is being very rapidly
"laid by In Johnston and other counties
east of here.
June 27. Crops are In generally fine
condition and farmers are expecting a
We bave had plenty of rain.
Cotton Is In blossom in some fields.
Will Core Ntouiarh Ache la Five Mlnutw.
That Is just what Painkiller will do;
try It. Have a bottle In the house for
Instant use, as It will save you hours of
suffering. Watch out that the dealer does
not sell you an Initiation, as tbe great
reputation of Painkiller (Perry Davis'),
has Induced man people to try to msks
something to sell, said to be "just aa
good as the genuine."
Tbe Little Bird. . , :
Dick How did you know when It
was time to leave her house If tbe par
lor was dark?
Fred-A little bird told me. ' i
Fred Yes. The cuckoo came out of
rhe clock and called "ll." Philadel
phia Record. . : :
The Sore Wmr. . . ..
"How dare you send a collector to
To tell the truth, sir, we were some
what doubtful about you." ; : ' :
"Then why not have looked, me op?
You would then have known that I
ever pay my bills." Life. , ;
' The Best Prescription for Malaria. .
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Gboyb's
Tastklkbs Chill Tohic. It Is simply
Iron snd quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price 60c, 1 . .
" Jnra Mortality. ' " r
One miner Is killed for every 1,000,
lOO ions of coal raised. -
. Qaeer Tut.
A wealthy Warsaw landowner sleeps
each night in n room draped witb
black, decorated with skeletons and
having In the middle of tbe floor a
catafalque, on which Is a metal coffin.
Stars tat Ibt Kind Yon Haw Alwis BoogM
THE ST. LOUIS FAIR, ;g
Tbe St. Louis fair hat at-, last been
officially postponed for one year. St
Louis would bare been wiser If she
had made it two years. Minneapolis
Tbe St Louis world's fair managers
have agreed on the conditions for tbe
capital prize of $100,000 lo the airship
race. It might bo well for tbem to agree
now upon a prize for a decision as to
vben tbe world's fair Is to be held.
Louisville Courier-Journal. '
Virulent Cancer Cared.
Startling proof of a woigirfnl ad
vance In medicine Is given by druggist
Q. W, Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. Aa
old man there had long suffered with
what good doctors pronounced Incura
ble cancer. Tbey believed bis rase
hopeless till be used Electric Bitters snd
applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which
treatment completely cured him. When
Electric Bitters sre used to expel bilious,
kidney snd microbe poisons at the same
time this salve exerts its mtc!i!' 9 li ' 1
tng power, blood C s!,!-t erup
tions, ulcere and Sf"-S V " ' . ! . ; I
60c, Salve 25c. at C. I '. J a.
The Tm Outlast ts Boom. $scctssftil
tScsoaUv . ..
Jim 17 The weather eoatlanes f00
sad crops are O. K.
Mr. K. R. Hay has a very ftse crop.
Mr. Hay Is one of the best farmers la
Mjc If. F JsUUocks says Hull has
about W acres of avenge had planted
la eora which bid fair to produce M0
The tobacco crop aroaad here Is ths
best ws have aver sees. Mr. Lewis By
earn has some thst will average high a
s man's head. "
Oar towa ooaUnnes to boom, : several
Bw dwellings have just beea eompls-
" . . i .
Fork has sgsla. resumed oa the M, E.
church, . and bv will soon be enclosed.
Mr. James Koonca hss lbs cos tract for
building ft. ,. . ,
Miss Ansle Eoonce's school will cloee
this week. Dos. Charles L. Abernethy
of Beaufort will address ths pupils, snd
s large audience here Tuesday a. m. July
1st That Bight, beginning at &
oVlock. tbe commencement exercises
111 be rendered la the Baptist charch.
We understand that the program I com
piste. The. poplla are spending the
greater part of (his week precticlaglheir
Miss Annie Koonce, the pnaelpaLla
sa excellent teacher, and we know, that
the commencement, will be perfect ; : j
Mrs. C. U. Foy and Mrs. Heath re.
turned from Klnstpa this, as. ) They
were accompanied, by Henry Foy, who
hu been spending a week at gustos,
under the care of Dr. Parrot He b
much Improved snd In a, few days will
be himself sgsln. .- i: -n
The most of our young people will go
to Bogus Banks on the 4th of July.
Mr. K. R, Hay Is pushing work on his
new dwelling at his farm, It will be a
Mr. C. H. Foy. made allying trip to
New Bern this week. ,
Mr. R. W, Freshwater passed through
this week enroute to New Bern, '
Kveiybody come to the Icecream party
next Wednesday, night Don't forget
tbe date, July 2nd. . . F,
'Call at F. 8. Duffy ft Go's drug' store
and get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They sre sn
elegant physic, Tbey also Improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion snd
regulate the liver and bowels. They are
easy to take aad pleasant In effect.
"Haven't -1 married yoo beforer
asked tbe clergyman pleasantly of tbe
young Isdy from Chicagq jwbo was
about to be Joined to the young man
from Osbkosh. .
"Only twice," she murmured coyly,
and. the ceremony went ion-Boston
Post , ii t v
: ; ... ;J
JUt t. p$re .
His Dog-Are jou certain that, your
mistress love my master? ,
Her Dog-Why, It was Jove at first
sight She pushed me off the sqfa to
let him alt down.-Jetrolt Free Frees.
In order to be in perfect health one
must be temperate la eating. The
meals should be regular. Regularity is
one of the golden roles of a Jrell order
ed Ufa. Ladies' Home Journal. , :
A Sprained AnJkie Quickly Cared.
"Atxme Urns isuffered frost s severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. X. ; Cary
editor of the Gnkle, Waahinetos. Vs,
After nslqg severs! well recommended
medicines without success,! tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and am. pleased to
say that relief eame as sboq sa t began
lu use and a complete cure speedily fol
lowed.". Sold by F. & Duffy A. Co. "
' K -8iJtl3uu eq) n
PiOAi siqsaajflesip sooi eqi si ejdoad
suj od o jsqAi oaio sai e8vupsjad
iq tl wap psq JO jauiiO arfl o?
soAps uommoo emsoeq tavi nnq-crL,
jo mq uo nna as ol, Brrj pajgnjj
-ui wq poq aq qaiqja qjM. junows
us jo aemiBd eqt pesnjaj oqM. esoqt
auUoaoa, U 8B04)xsp oe put ssepsnq
II J lawnaSjraBtH.sq) nt-a, jba
S04A qtosof ruud.eoy peaisrij jjniuq
snorasj .... pmnxua "nioouja l iPSATt
lIIAXiaaa J nmai aqtJouna'
' J .PI4I40 i f,
Happy Time ia Oil Town.
"Wsfelt very hsppy,' writes R. N.
Bevlll, Old Town, ys, "when, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter
of bad case of cald head."B It 4e)lghU
all who nee. It , lor; Cuts, Corai, Bums,
Bruises, Bolls, Ulcere, Eruptions. In
fallible for Pttes. Only 5o at. C. D.
Bradham's drug store.' v.- V -ft -
T CM Una's
"My fstber Is real rude to the young
men who' cell on me," confided ,Miss
Keedlck ta Ulss Tenspot "I don't sup
pose your paps tries to drive 'young
sms asrajr. tvft t 1 i .
"My papa Isn't rode, nt hefs real
mean ta the young men,". -confessed
Miss Tenspot. "He borrows money of
them." Detroit Free Press. ' , -
. A TVat Ceaapltsaeat.
Lily Tog don't mean to say yon
have broken with Fred? Why, I beard
him say only yesterday there wasn't
another girl in the world like you. ''
' Minnie That's just It; much ss to
say I'm a freak. I'll never speak to
him again. Boston Transcript.-
Sprlrj Fcrer. -. ,
Spring fever Is another name for .bil
iousness. . It Is more serious than most
people think. A torpid liver and Inactive
bowels mran a poisoned .system. If
neglected, serious Illness may follow
such syT.ptoms. Delia's LIfJe Easly
Risers rernove all danger by si!ints!a:;
the I've?, r ' the bowels snd cK
i. t'..e s. ..;. . s. t-'sfer
ir" '! t rHT a'fivioefttlof Msxtcaa MiitMlLU.
li - UI t at tolo a U-a kif full ot wir u4
witXgmrlartmr throat uta It will quickly car a Bora Throat,
; , fact alwajB fresh la your memory '
For Cuts, Mantes and all Open Bores, yoa
need only to apply " -1 '
Wexicahi fftuslang Pinimsnt ; ?
.ti .... v j a'few times and the sorenes aai inflammation trill .
j be conquered and the wounded flesh healed.
- ,t V.,To-get the best results you should saturate apiece
-J 1 : t)f eoft cloth rith the liniment and bind it upon tha
... ....... r'. woundaayou would a poultico.
-' 5 r 1 ; - 20e. 60c. and $1.00 a bottle.
: : - srrn B It rVC tfl your poultry and at th very first aign of
nttr All tit Ufl boupTBcaly Ixei, Bumblefoot or othar
, disMse among your fowls use Mexican Mustang Liniment.
now with ' suitable Neckwear for Summer.
The most indispensable articles oi wear
tor the tidy dresser.
Just in by express a line oi Beauties.
Not a Tie in the lot but that is up-to-
:-,a ; -
O nr r
o wo unui iur ILM UMTO U
M IN ALL
A largo variety of patterns from which to reloct. ' 0
-' - Every Shirt worth almost double) the Amount. ' A A
Jr G. : cD(inn & Co., l
57 Folloclr Street.
I'll M mmmm -mm
AU persons who have anything
to SEE MISS. PARKER before buying. I have decided to close out
the entire stock AT TRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF.
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in the Jlillinery Line will do well
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