Use tliCo columns foe ivsuKs.
An advertisement in this paper
A', ill reach H good class i people.
Is to Business what Steam is to
Machinery, that great propelling
power. Tiiis paper gives results.
fc. aJLUASD, Editor and Proprietor.
"Excelsior" is Our Motto.
Suiscrlp!!c;i Pnce 51.00 Per Ycer.
VOL. XXIV. New Series Vol. 11.--6-I3
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1503.
lmmk Have Kidney
TicuMa 2nd Sever Suspect it
I'r v:i. j;;'.v cC I;i!.-y 2.'i:.-a:;i?.
Most people t1-) r.et rin!;:e the alarm
1:3 inereaio and rciar.rLab!e prevalence
vi kidney disease
7T?C:-i:0 While kidney di.
&T Vrordeis are the
-;' V"V v""iV r.'i us t corn mot.
t'.'v -J,' f y ciiser.scs that pre-
ATrjnl ahaect the la,
vX.V r$ .tici.t ai d ph-
- t', ; ? At umclr- .
;.--''7i J,.if. rt;: it '7i0 ffi-rfs, v.diile the oriy
;'.. :' ur.acrtnjss the iyftera.
Vict To ro.
There is cr:n;t'M-t in the knowledge sr
often e-;rej-..vl, tli.it lir. Kilmer'.
!!; "'. '.t, t'-c jrrert kidney remedy
3':. Pol:. ; wrv vi.-.'.i in ee.:i:i;r rhcmnati:;n!
a i:, t'i-.-
Inev:-', liver, bladde
v r;..t ot i:it urinary passage
.t e 1 1 maeiliiy to l.oi I vnte:
: ml scalding pain iu passing it, or bai"
effects lY.P: owing use ;i liquor, wine o
t :-e: a;. l .' rcna::5 that unpleasant lie
ir or 1 :: compelled to go o:tu
i'.v aad to j'.et u mam
;T:ai-::'V tho r.ight. The mild and
-: v::: i' '. " TV c fact of V, Tnp-Roo!
r ; ::t-(1. It stands '..lie Irii'.ne.-'
v-'.:id'-ri:rl mrw ot ih'i liK.ht Iio
:-r e.i-c5. 1 : yon ?ieel a lia-diciiii
: - a' i h.ave the be;.. Koil by drag
:i i.,tv-e;it. uii-.i o::P-icli-ir &!.:e3.
i.. ;l ..iVIi; iJOl Lie and
:1V'L J :".:. 10'
' ' ' : ' ! L ' 'iTT- v Ijb'T.'p: fc'i
;. J,.V. Wll-'.l Iii".:t;o o ov..ir.if-noot.
: r!-". ion i bin pap.'-r and dor.
-!v ;'iis:ahc, iv:t rtni'rinbcr Hit
: 'a'" -'
O t5. KlTt3, M. D.
iJiIYSICIAN AND SltHGE0X,
Scollnnd Xeck, X. C.
Odi' in t'-o Xew Dank Buihlincr.
j).rf. J. P. WiiiDLSLSiY,
PlirSICIAX axd Sltkgeox,
Scotland Neck, X. C.
Om-?." nn Dr-T':ot Street.
ss. .'i. C Li if sly IN,
"3 Office up .stairs in 1
llirriiij head Building.
Oi'Iico Lours from 9 to 1 o'clock
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
jj-j V. lli.VJii,
Tievh cting Optician,
VratcL ..laker, Jeweler, En
graver, Scotland Seek, N. C.
Attorxry axd Counselor ai
219-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Puliic. Bell Phone 700
Attorney and Counselor at
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned on Farm Land?
P-L K. J0SEY,
General Insurance A gent,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
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Vi-V'.. ' "f6 ? '. ! i'r jvrl-. c a la.i'irii.H frr"W Hi. i
f :''?'?': J-s;u"!ts Pars to P.rs.;tjio OravJ
I'-' '.-:v" --;.C-3 K'.i- to -s i-ouiliful Color.
3 V: :!'.: sr:-ip discaf:lA. ha iI.iij. I
f'L'ifcjl. i-'J r,r;'-'.V-.4-r-rf-v2.V!j'
Fj-ns! r7:H,f r'.v
: - ,-;:.t L;:SM
off in s and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearsa Ssrvice any Time
N. B. Josey Company,
Scotland Neck, North Carolina
Koc; rilountsiii Tea Nuggets
A Enry li-iiaiiiD fo? Er.sy Tcoplo.
Erini 'dcllm Usalti and Ecaowed 7igor.
A prfificj for Conrifpatin, In-iiro-tion, I.ivo
;nl KHi:n Troublai. Wmptw. Kczenw, Impure
L.lo.-.il, B.i I Ermfh, S'www'.'h r.owc's. Headache
I'.ni tiio'.ip.fli'j. It's IlocI:y ;.ionjtafn Tea ir t"b
l"t form, an cuta a lie x. fi nnino n:ada by
IIoi.'.TEa D:iro Compan y-, Madlscn, fis
CSLOIZM JiUSScTS FUft KiLLOW PSCPI P
RIKSS SYSPEPSIS TUBIETS
Relieve Ind'goction and Stomach Troubles.
WlsusEsm PftQ Remedy
KEUEVES WHEN OTHERS FAIL
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
This is to be a year in which the crop of candidates for vari
ous ollices will be large. The Progressive Farmer wisely calls
W&at Does fi8 Stand For? atten th necessity of having men
oi capacity and integrity for otrice. It
?ays that a man may be honest but worthless unless he has
sense; a man may have sense but is worse than worthless un
less he is honest. These observations are timely and true.
Public office is still a public trust and none but those worthy of
such trust should be placed in these positions of responsibility.
It means much to represent a good people in any capacity as a
public officer, and this should be considered both by the man
who asks for the office and the people who bestow it. The truth
is, the long-ago plan of the people asking the man to serve
them was far preferable to the modern plan of the man's ask
ing the people for the office. The Progressive Farmer quotes a
prominent man in the Atlanta Georgian as follows: "I will
never vote again for any candidate for a State office who does
not have some well-workeded-out program for conserving and
developing our rural communities, for constructing good roads
throughout the State, for placing a respectable school-house
and good school in easy reach of every child, for placing in
every one of such schools well-trained and amply paid teachers,
and for making our institutions of charity and higher educa-
.jn v uii. . "".I. wj- in'" cchjv, u.iu jl vunn
tor men merely because they support a certain man for Presi-
dent and for reward for party
. .. ..
-. -n .1 t , ,i . i
vv ith all the educational enthusiasm that marks our time .
, . , , -
mere is a question whether the children of the present are as
Arc Children Now as Stadi-; ,
ons as Fnrnjnrlv? nve decades ago
beginners used the "blue back" speller,
Lhose a little advanced a reader of some kind and the higher
classes had to work a long time in the arithmetic, the grammar
.li id geography, there was more down-right hard study than
there is to-day when every child is loaded down with a book
bag containing as many books as five such children carried
forty 3 ears ago. We may be classed an old fogy, but we do
honestly believe that children n;v-a-days have so many things
to study, so much scribbling over various exercises that they
become confused and lose interest in their work. Years ago
the ten-year-old would come home from school and tell
his mother that he had ''turned a leaf- that day with just as
much pride and triumph as the twelve-year-old to-day exhibits
an essay on Shakespeare marked "fine" by the teacher who
passed upon its literary excelledce. Set us down, if you will,
as a critic of some things in the present rush in books; but we
do believe that children are hurried through school at too rapid
a po.ee. Of course there are other sides to the question. Now,
college students graduate with degrees younger than students
entered college forty or'fifty years ago. The mad craze for
business success demands that beardless youths shall be in bus
iness and in the professions with the rank which men a third of
century old took fifty years ago. And there you are.
Under the above heading the Richmond News-Leader of
February 20 printed a letter by James Cannon, Jr., of Black
"! !v.l Hn' Pn--. stone, Va., which makes interesting
1 reading, as it applies to North Carolina
now. It is rather a long selection for
this column, but the logic is too good to mis3. Here is the let
ter: "Editor The News-Leader : The editor of The News-Leader
is a man of ability and usually expresses himself with clear
ness and force, and when his prejudices are not involved he is
norally logical. In the issue of Feb. 19 he writes under the
beading of "Surrendered Rights" a sound, interesting article
from which we quote: 'In Greensville county circuit court the
other day II. C. Traylor was fined $10 and costs for failure to
obey the directions cf the State entomologist in treatment of
his fruit trees. The case was the first of the kind in Virginia
and was very hard fought. The evidence that the orchard was
diseased was abundant. The defence relied on technicalities
and was defeated. This will be good news to progressive people
who realize the enormous importance of the fruit crop and the
vast possibilities of fruit growing in Virginia. The prosecution
of the case is on a line with the general policy of development
and preservation of our natural resources which the State is
adopting more and more clearly each session of the legislature.
We are getting away from the old besotted devotion to extreme
ideas of personal rights and local independence which really
means selfishness, lack of public spirit and unprogressiveness.
Tvventv vears asro it would have been thought horrible to give
the State the right to direct a
orchard. Now we have learned that a man who keeps a dirty
orchard or allows his trees to remain diseased is a hindrance
and danger to his neighbors; that their rights are involved with
his and must be 'respected. We are taking another step for
ward and in a few years from now will forbid a man from des
troying his own forests on the ground that the maintenance of
a certain amdunt of forest land is necessary for the public wel
fare. All these restrictions and innovations tend to progress
and the general enrichment of the Commonwealth. They in
volve restrictions of rights and intrusion by the State upon do
mains hitherto regarded as sacred. They are necessary, how
ever, for the enrichment and advantage of the whole people.
Just as is the case in all organized society, each man must sur
render a little of his natural inherited privilege for the good of
all, including himself.' It is upon this very principle that we
are demanding the abolition of the saloon. It is a public nuis
ance. It is a menace to the property, the life, and the morals
of every community in which it is located. We demand that
the dram-drinkers shall surrender the right to a place 'to drink
liquor to their comfort' in order that this menace may be re
moved and we need no longer be in danger from the drunken,
disorderly people who are rendered crazy and dangerous by the
saloon. If The News-Leader considers this principle sound as
to fruit trees, forests, etc., why is it not sound as to saloons?
'Is Saul among the prophets?' It looks that way."
Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowel, cause chronic constipation, j
Doan's Kegttlcts operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation, zoc.
Ask your druggist for them.
In the time when the
man how to treat his own fruit j
Man Zan Pile Itcmedy, price 50c, is
guaranteed. Put tip ready to use.
One application prompt relief to any
form ot rues, toootns ana neais.
by E. T. Whitehead & Co. ,
The Proposed Pf o&i&ttion Law.
I. WHAT it will do.
It will abolish every licensed whis
key and brandy distuiery in the
It will abolish every saloon -and
uiojjci.'aai v in 111c .. i.ci,Ltj.
It will stop the wine traffic within
the State. For wine can be sold only
at the place of manufacture in quan
tities of two and one-half gallons or
more and not ship-peel anywhere in
It will stop the sale ox all those
chemical mixtures by whatever name
known that will produce intoxica
tion. It will place under the most strin
gent and binding1 regulations pharm
acists and physicians, who may
handle intoxicating liquors for med
ical purposes only.
It will allow the officials of any
county or town to regulate or pro
hibit the sale of it loxicating liquors
by pharmacists in '.he' drug-stores.
II. WHAT IT Will NOT DO.
It will not prohibit the farmer
from making cider :f rom fruits grown
j qj rjig own laHu atiu selling tne same
j at heme or in his market town.
I It will not stop the manufacturer i
j from making1 his wine and shipping
! it outside of the State.
I T. . , ., , .
It will not stop tne sale of those
j medical preparationg and essences
that may have alcohol in them to
preserve them or to hold the medi
cinal agents in solution, such ascam
It will not repeal existing prohibi
It will not prohibit thesaleof wine
to ministers or church officials for
If this iaw fails to be ratified Ly
the people at th3 pells on May 26,
1S0S, it will not affect the present
status of any existing prohibition
lav in the State. In other words,
the dry territory will not be chang
ed. III. IT IS FAIR.
We are sure when you have studi
ed this law you will agree with us
that it is fair.
Under this law, Greensboro's vot
ing wet would not make it wet, and
Salisbury's voting dry would not
make it dry. Under local option
Greensboro has voted dry, and as a
locality she must remain so until the
locality as such votes wet, while
Salisbury has voted the other way.
This vote on "the manufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquors" in North
Carolina is quite a different thing
from local option.
Again, this law is right. For the
influence of liquor is never local.
Salisbury or Wilmington citizens,
while controlling the sale of the traf
fic, do not control the dangerous
and damaging influence- of this traf
fic. This influence is felt for hun
dreds cf miles around. Every citi
zen in the State has a right to self
protection against the influence of
this traffic, now centered at a few
points, and the only way of protec
tion is the abolition of the traffic
throughout the State.
Raleigh, N. C. R. L. Davis.
Why, Certafaiy lie Will.
(Snow Hill Lon'.e-Staivlard.)
Some time ago a cranky sort of an
old man came into this office and
stopped his paper because something
in it did not just suit his fancy. We
have frequently met him on the
3treet since and it is amusing to note
the lock of surprise on that old fel-
low's face that we are still in exist-
ence regardless of the fact that he
stepped his paper. Some day and
it won't be long either that old gen
tleman will turn up his toes. Neigh
bors and friends will follow his life
less clay to the silent city over the I
hill and lay them to rest among the j
flowers. An obituary will be publish- j
ed in these columns telling what a
(rood neiirhber and beloved citizen he
was which the recording angel will
overlook for charity's sake, and in a
ber of death, he will never know
that the last kind word spoken of
him was by the editor of that paper
which in life he so spitefully "stop
ped." Did you ever pause, reader,
just for a moment and think thatj
the editor of your paper, whoever
he may be, will write your obituary
Mr. Wm. II. Anderson, M. D., of
Soda Springs, Ida., says that Bees
Laxative Cotigh Syrup has relieved
coughs and colds where all other reme
dies failed. It? gentle laxative effects
especially recommentl it for children.
It is pleasant to take. For coughs,
colds, hoarsencps whooping cough.
Money refunded if not satisfied. Sold
by E. T. Whitehead & Co.
verv short time he will be forgotten, adelphia, where sue was again re-;
As he lies out there in the cold, cold I built. In 1S73 she was used to trans- j
AWED OFF ITS HEAD.
On a FaDir.ES CM Frigate.
Tl, , C. I .1 1 1
n lijjuitiieau u ii-cn was piaceu
; on the frirrate Constitution is now at j
n.c .-.aval cxaufiijy i.i AVii.iuuullS. It
is a figure of Andrew Jackson, an3
connected with it is a curious iaci-1
The original figurehead of the Con-!
stitulion was a figure of Hercules.
mis was aestroyea oy a cannon omi ::r.e:r borne on 1'eyton Avenue. ..ev
at Tripoli, and then a figure of Nop-1 err.! weeks ago the young girl con
tune was erected. This also came to j tracted the gvip and had an unusual
grief, and at the time the vessel was ! y severe attack, having been con-
rebuilt there was no figurehead e:c- j
cept a billet. j
At the time the new ship was fin-1
ished Captain Jesse Duncan Elliott of j
Hagerstown, Md., who had distin-
guished himself in the battle of j
Lake Erie, was in command at ihe J
Boston navy yard. Captain Elliott ,
was an enthusiastic Democrat and i
an ardent admirer of President An- I
The president had lately been in
Boston and had been most hospita
bly received, and Captain Elliott con
ceived the idea of placing a figure of
the president at the prow of the
! Constitution, believing that it would
give the people of Boston much
pleasure. The navy department
gave him permission, and so a wood
en figure of "Old Hickory" was put
in position on the ship.
This act raised a storm of disherit
in the Hub, and Captain Elliott was
threatened with a coat of tar and
feathers. The excitement was in
tense, and the language was virulent.
Handbills denouncing the act, de
nouncing the president and Elliott,
were circulated in the fdveet-', j.nd
the newspapers took up the cry, ana
in this f,.w nm ovniprnt.inn tho nr.
tisan violence and vituperation which
raged in New England are incon
ceivable. On a dark night in July the deck
of the ship was invaded, and, al
though a sentry was close at hand,
the head of Jackson was sawed oil
and taken away. New England was
delirious, and for a time the perpe
trator of the act was unknown to
Six months later one Samuel W.
Dewey, a Boston sea captain, took
the dissevered head in a bag to the
secretary of the navy at Washington
and avowed himself as the criminal.
That official was amazed at the man's
audacity and asked him if he did not
know that he would be severely pun
ished. Dewey calmly replied thai
he had considered the matter and
had ascertained that the legal penal
ty was slight and could net be ap
plied until he was convicted by a
jury in Essex county, Mas?.
"And if you think a jury in that
county," he added, "will punish ai
man for cutting c.T the head of An- J
drew Jackson you are welcome to i
The secretary went to the White j
House for instruction, while Dewey j
was detained. General Jackson 1
1 TIT. .-1 4. 41 II i
laughed heartily at the whole mci-!
dent and forbad 3 the mans arrest.!
,-. . . . . T-.ii. ..i.i
vide.l a new head for lha figure, aad
the wooden stature of Jackson that
is now at Annapolis was ?t the prow
c j.1 nc -
enf HTM TTIlii-.f fTC! loC- lT.-TO.T- AT.
-.xji.ciiii iiiivi. o i.jo jjcx w.i
the Constitution was from the Medi
terranean to Hampton Ry.h in 1SS3.
Here he was removed from com
mand because of charges of severity
to the men and other things. The
Constitution finally went out of
commission tor active service at ; t
Portsmouth, N. H., after a career!
of nearly hfty-eigrt years m the
service. In 18G0 she was trans-!
f erred to Annapolis for the use of ;
When the civil war began her pos-
ition there was deemed unsafe, and
; she was sent to the New tone navy
1 yard. In 1SG3 she was returned to j
Annapolis, where she remained un-
' til 1871, when she was taken to Tail-
exposition of 1S78, and her career at
sea finally ended in 1SS1. The cen -
tennial of her launching was cele -
brated at Boston in 1007, where she
$100.00 paid by Dr. Siioop for any
recent case of Grippe or acute Cold
liiai n iii.i kji-v . .v.il..-.j .....
not break. How is this for an offer? j
The Doctor's supreme confidence in i
these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets
Preventics is certainly complete. It's
a !?100 against 25 cents pretty big
odds. And Treventics, romerrber,
contain no quinine, no laxative, noth-
ing harsh nor sickening. Pneumonia
n'i.ill novtif o r".T-ir'i r if rmrlv i.l.la Tvr-ri
alw ays broken. Safe and sure for fe- ;
verish children. 4S Preventics 25c.
j A. C. Teteksox. -
KSNSTON GiRL TAKES HER UFE.
Viiss Kellie Tieids Puts Ball in Bsr
KES FATHER ARKANSAS.
(Special to V".V3 and Observer.)
Kinston, N. C, Feb. 27th. Jdhsi
Nellie Fields, the 15-year.old d.iugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fieidr . j
committed suicide about 10 o'clock j
!.; s-hooting herself with a pktol, at!
fined to Iter b-2-1 ever since. For ,
several days she bad been despon-
a-nt and depressed but no one su3- :
;vcted that .-he was contemplating
Th'w morning site had been sitting bs-'
fore the lire in her bed rooin. Mr?. !
' idds left to go to the pmo'ce-liouse ,
f:r some provir;icr:3 and had hardly '
reached the door when the hc.nd a S
pistol shoe. She ran into the child's '
bed room and found her lying across i
the bed in a pool of b'oo'.i, a y.i-jtol hi
right hand, showing the fact of
suicide. The pistol had been placed j
u-sder tie right jaw and the ball had !
lodged in the base of the brain, death
being almost instantly.
It is supposed that becoming un
able to re-ist the depression, the
child's reason was affected and that
when her mother left the room she!
saw the pistol lying on the mantel,
seized it and shot herself. Neigh
bors heard the pistol and ran ul
once to render assistance. Dr. W.
T. Parrott was summoned but the
child was dead before he readied
the house, the shot entering the
;r.in and causing inztrmt !
i Her father, Mr. Field.-, who ha; been
.. TTt Rm-mM A v!-
Hot Spring:-, Arkr.r.sc-', for tiome
tirno undergoing treatment,
notified by wire.
l.ivi r I'ills for bi!:t;itH-
oos and .-icu l;.':el:u lii 1 lir-v rle.ir.
tl.e fv.-tein and ele:ir tli" el; in. l'lice
L'-.e. ' Trv them. Sid by E. T. Whil.
h: :id it Co.
Worry for worrv'r, ?ake seems to
be the working motto of many poo-
A severe cold that may develop into
n.ieuinoniii over nijdit, ran l.e etirvd
"iiickly by takinr l'oley't: Honey arid
T:;r. It will euro the most h.-ti:ia!e
racking eouh and s! I' lrUhen yonr
lunpo The trcnniiio is in a yellow
package V.. T. Wbitebe.-i.l c Co.
He who derives the advantage
should sustain the burden.
Don't cnu"!i your bead oil' when you
cm get a ;;;:.';i.inte( (1 benieily in I!; i s
b:.::alive C..;r;!i Syri:p. It i-i eoe.-i,.!-ly
iv commended t'or children, a i!'-'
pi. aumt to lake, is a gentle laxative
ripening the phlegm from li e
n. lor cou.uiis, colds, ClO'.lO.
. iiooj.ing con.uh, lioarsenc-s and
l-i'.mi Iii.-d i loi Ji
bv E. T. Wbiteb
ad it Co.
Be kind to your friends, be agrtoa-
ble to your neighbors, and beware of
y our enemies.
T - -,,,,,
t bo I hi-:.
"I bave found oat (bat tbore is no i:-e
toiliool luii'jr tronl.ie as long as y-.ui.
says Mrs. J. P. Whbe.nf ltndiboro.
"f v.ould not be alive to-navon1 i
I l!'.tt wmi.lerhl medi. in.', it loo
; :M")ir'!i ouick'-r than an vt m;:i',' I
1 li. .i it -u n:
m -t ren
able remedy lor eonn.; a:e!
grippe, ystbiiri. brotiehi'.H a
ti j. is sold under guaraid ":
Whitehead it C.'s drug ;-t
ir.ul fil.oib Trial bottie fret
col. I J. !a -
il l u ci :
at K. T.
ore. 50, .
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man who can deliver
Oiiiso La:..itiv.' !'ri:i ryn:j is a n' W
;ni iiy, an iinp'.'oynn.-nt on tin laxa
., .(' ,. it !. ' nt
.Uiijic or .n.iMaT" and h t!easiint t
(.:!; It is '4u ineiK ed. K. T. White
head it 'o.
A girl goMerally plays with a man's
heart just abot as carefully as a ba
by t :y s with ji wat c h . Dallas News.
on I ".' -l tb -i.
leleb, J.ini b;
b; oi, s.de I',,!'
i;io",:. cood i
i'pal " ! .Of ) i-s Hie oiler
!i ve bae!;-acb', weak
-b, ibcmnatic pains.
Is i in. ys, lil.iddcr and
.1 y;;ime and old. Sat
tei.d or i.ion. v refund-
lb 'i'. W'biU bead it Co.
Senator Bevctidge sny.s thaf'Fair
bankL; forever!" i.s Indiana's motto.
As a candidate? Boston Globe.
to n -e, . M 1 up.:
its merit. Son
lo in. dy mint s it a !y
; eoll.!i lhletllhe with
( : a; ipilea t ion .roven
be- and lie.d, icilnces
id relives soreness and
itching, bor :di forms of Piles,
."'.ic. Jiiai antei'.l. Sold by
W'biteliead .V Co.
Taft has carried. Ohio, and big as
he is Oh! wiil now be able to carry
him. Philadelphia Record.
NO CASK ON KI'.COIU).
(. ;. r a e on icenrd of a cough
,!l iv-i.itirg in pneumonia or
i:.pli"n r boii y'-- Money and
h..s I ..-I ;i tide n, .is it will stop
! eel:: :
i v 'in i . ':
nu K( :.k up your com
(i:i. I:iy. b e an,-, but ihegcnuino
Fo'ey' lioi .-y and Tar in a yellow
p.".."l;a"' C nt.-fins :;o oiiialc.s raid is
.ibj and -ure. K. T. Whitehead & Co.
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