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VOL. 34 NO. 41
State And N
Washington. Sept. 20.?Aides of
Secretary Wallace said today lie
ravorod speeding up the adniiiiistra>ton's
commodity loan program, es>
pocially for cotton and wheat,
Hevwrly llllls. Oallf.. Sept 20.?
Pauline Kn-dorlck, 53. famous star
of the stage and silent pictures,
died at her home today, apparently
of asthma and heart attack
an hour over Miss Frederick tat an
effort to revive her.
Los Atudleo. Sepi 20.- The men
...K^ L..I?.1 ?' ? --- - ---
wi?j uci|ini id win me worm War
20 years ago only to find out later
fha.t it did not prove to be a "war
to end utl wars' roared today for a
powerful arin?-d peace and 'neutrality
that will keep the United States
out of war.
The 20th annual convention, of.the
American I .eg ion, Hk greatest gathering.
had for a keynoter U. S. Senator
David IWalsh of Massachu-;
Union. H. Sept. 20.?Itay Crock
er, 2.1, employe of the Lockbarl
mills, was iniured when a large
limb on a tree beneath which he
was standing fell and struck him
on the back- Crocker was standing
under the tree, (latching a companion
look for a squirrel which had
been shot- At first tt was thought
that his spine had been broken, but
en examination revealed that he had
no broken bones.
London, Sept. 20.?Jan Masnryk.
Czech minister to London, apparently
cracked today under the severe!
strain of watching. the losing battle'
to preserve the country his father,
helped to found. He was reported to
have become sudenly 111.
Chicago. Sept. 20.?First frost of
. the season struck many sections of
the Iftddle .West today, New York
battled a pea soup fog and Florida
prepared for a hurricane rushing to
ward lbs southeast coast.
Washington. Sept. 30.?Secretary
Woadrtng approved todav an annli
ration ot receivers of the Norfolk
Suthern railroad. Norfolk, Va., for
approval of plana for reconstruction
of tts drawbridge across Perqui-j
maps river near Hertford. N. t*.
Nashville. 'Oenn.. Sept. 20.?Dr. H.j
P. Myers, secretary of t-h locution |
committee, announced today ' that
Kansas City,. Mo., had been selected
as the meeting place of the Methc-j
dlst Episcopal church's uniting con-f
ferenoo next April. Church officials
will gather there next April 26 to
complete plans for onion of the
church's three branches.
Washington, Sept. 20.?The Civil
Aeronautics authority fixed January
1 today as the tentative deadline for'
revamping the present method of determining
air mail costs/
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?- 1TTLT Florence was M>Md to
* ' overly timid in some' ftaaTds. 1
of both fo-ilts?to ipculetfle m h>r a
anrf to cure her of till fear m Wngs
Cne afternoon Florence wu p
l?rr er belonging to a neighbor, dan
of rright Florence fled indoors and i
lomrt.ed the room upstairs wh?*rc he
"What's the matter?" asked M
"Mamma," said Florence, "a gr
in the fence and chasod n?e in tho h<
"Florence," aaid the mother ate
*t!f to be so frightened of Mr. Jan
- deliberate falsehood? I was sittfa
t>* whole thing. Mow I'm going t<
f tnom and get down on your knees az
toughty little girl and that you told ;
to stay there, too, until you fm
jsvenesa for your ain and until y<y
The sunshine outside was allorir
mabed state in the yard. Florence
privacy of the nursery. In a surpriaii
?nd i>oked her head out.
"It's all right, mother," she sai
- *ays he didn't olame me a bit. He
he first saw it."
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i Brief Form
l ?State News?
MoqtaaVllle, Sept. 10.?Harvey Edward
Spencer, 22. died ?t tlio local)
, hospital this inorniiiK at 5 o'clock of
1 a Helf-liifilcti-d pistol sihot wound"
! which he suffered about tr.idninht
j Sunday, when the yotrna man returned
to his cafe after a visit to Kan
, nupolis. *'
lied SprluK--<- Sept. 20.?11. It. Hog' i-i
Infllne ?ir?-e?- or ""
that fatally Vnjiltvd bicyclist James|
Jones, Indian, near here Saturday
nl^ht, icday wtui exonerated by a
c<mm?r H jury.
| Diijin. Sept 20.?J.- Murtin Gaiiiey!
, 64. 4 Harnett county's 10th atttomo[
bile victim ot 1938. was buried this,
noon after services conductedj
j at the residence or his brother." J. C.'
Cuiney. The Unjured man died yesterday
after an accident Thursday
cat the Dunn-Newton Grove highway
when a truck struck a tree.
Asheville. Sept. 20.?Kelsey' Revi.s
j 2?J. of We^verville, was instantly
killed- and 'two other men were -injured
tonight when the automobile
in which they were riding struck the
read end of a truck on the Asheville- [
Wrttvervllle highway. ' . ,
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Maiden. Sept. 20.?The mayor's
| office in the City hall. Goodln-Drum
' Furniture Co., and the high school
building were entered by thieves ear
ly Sunday morning.
According to information ' from W.
11." Ruff, chief of police, a five dollar
piece of money land1 a pistol were
taken from the Mayor's offioe, and
$125 tat cash was taken from the
safe at Goodln-Drum Furnltude Co. ;
Nothing waa missing from the
high school building.
Clinic Next Monday
The Kings Mountain Red Cross
Chapter ta? sponsoring a Diphtheria
Clinic Monday, Sept. 26. at 2 !\ M
This clinic Is for the benefit of
those who are unable to secure the
services of n nhvsldan snrl in tnr
children from six'months to ten!
Vcurs of age. The Clinic will be held!
at I'he City Hall In the Ked Cross;
County Health Doctors of Shelby;
will be hi charge. ^ ,
Former Citizen Dies
Mrs. Nancy Jane Allred. formerly,
cf this city, dted in a hospital lu
Spartanburg. S. C., Friday afternoon
Mrs. Allred Is survived by one son j
11. U Allred of Duncan. S. C...? .two j
(laughter. Mrs. J. B. Henderson of |
Spartanburg and Mrs M. T- Jones of;
(Sastonla, two sisters. M>rs. A. L.
'lufTsttokler .and1 Mrs. Ella Green of
Kings Mountain, one brother. D. E.
Kennedy of Kings Mountain, and 11
iMre. Allred was a member of thai
Wesleyan Methodist church.,
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id the World
M s. COBB
7rom On High
over-exaggeration; also she was
ler mother was striving to rid her
strict regard for the absolute truth J
in wrucn there was no real danger.
laying in the front yard. A fox- |
ted at her playfully. With a shriek
lever stopped running until she had
ir mother sat
eat big bear came through a crack
3use; he almost caught me, too.'*
rnly, "aren't you ashamed of yoursea
little pet dog and then to tell
ag here at the window and I saw
> punish you. Tou go in your own
td confess to the Lord that you're a
your mother a deliberate lie. I want
si sure that you have obtained fora
are sure that you can be better
iter and there was mud-pie in a half
>\iuctantly withdrew herself to ttw
ugly short time she opened the door
d. "I told God all about it and he
thought it was a bear, too, whea
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KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. THl
|Rev. L. B. Hamm 1
Elected Chairma n 1
Red Cross Roll Call!
Al a meeting lield Monday even- '
iiiK tin* Ofllcera and> Dliwlori of the t
KIiikk Mountain Ited (Tcsh- Chapter a
i lectcd Kev. I,. Ii. Ilamin as tjetter-. I*
all lloll Call Chairman, and <:! A lo
ilrldse.* ns Assistant Cent ral chair t >
mah. The Itoll rail begins Armisticej
l)a and enda ThttiiksKlvitnt l)a>.j 1
The isoal f?r chapter roods was set J
! at |!t,'iiil for "the coining,.; nr. I
i Ii 1' i f'l II nil i .l'mi?..i??l?wp'
| If'tary. made her annual roport C
| whleh shows the work that Is being] ^
accomplished b> the local. rapter. j I
.Mrs. Gamble's' report follow*: J.I
H.fane Set vice. I*e|lngra ' Control. *
land Health Service. Kirat Aid. Life
Saving. Junior ll?-d Cross and Civil i h
ait Itellef Servljce are the difi'cruni
iriiiinr.i 01 wu/k cwnnuciP i 1 #x UP
Kings Mountain Red Cross ('huju'orj '
.during the past year.
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Home Service is the term used to; ,
describe work with Veterans. Ser \ >
vice men and their families. It con f ,
sists of helping veterans file claim I ,
for |tensions, disability conipeusa-j t|
j lion, entrance into govern mem t hotv |
pita Is. cc-operatlon with Army and. ^
Xu\ v officials, by securing reports [ ,
of home conditions of enlisted men A
desiring discharge or special leaves^ .|
Heme Service also Includes relief
for these men and their families. 13 ?
Home Service cases were handled
Pellagra Control And J
In 193? the American National 1
Red Cross began its fight against '
pellagra, which is caused by taulty
diet. Kings Mountain chapter during
the past year gave to pellagrins. 125 t
Ik utids of pondered .veast and dls- *
trihuted nutritional instruction and r
in Ihree cases supplying a corrective
diet for two months.
Tlie local chapter co-operatcd with
'he County Nurse in the Monthly p
Health Clinic held lu the Red Cross ^
Office for Indlglent mothers and ba ^
hies. There has beeti an average at-'^
tndarn e of ten mothers and fifteen [
babies for the seven months. Babies, t,
from six months, to one year, were) E
given diphtheria antitoxin. Mrs.1 0|
Ratterree has given her services as a
nurse at each Clinic meeting. Ijo- j
pal fVvfnrM hiivp uhovvn u vorv
operative spirit, The Doctors re-! u
celve $10 from the State for each' '
clinic they attend. In ' instances "
where the babies needed medicine i '
:?nl the parents were unable to pro*! n
vide it. the Chapter furnished It. *
provided they were inhabitants of 1
Kings Mountain. j '
One feature of Health Service was
the milk distributed to T. B. cases.j u
Seven T. B. cases were given milk' i
frcrn a period of three months to aj .it
year. Milk was also furnished nine
babies over. a period of from three, p
to six months. Two of the babies be-j v
ing furnished canned milk. A dona-.
tlon of $50 from the Meat's Club was
used to help carry on this Service, c
A quart of milk for a month was given
Hay- the Patterson Dairy and Sur.Rise
Dairy as they had not contribu- .y
ted at Roll Call. Cod Liver Oil wa3 p
furnished eleven babies. ?
First Aid ? Lsney Dettmar u
' First Aid Instruction given by the ^
Red Cross,, provides the kuowledge \
and skill required) for the Immediate
temporary treatment given m case
of accident or sudden illness. t? ,
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Rand Clears $58 On
The Kings Mountain School IWind
cleared $28.05 on the concert rendered
last week at the Dixie rnetttro.
This amount will go irtto the fund to |
help defray the cost of new uniforms
which have already been ordered for
Beth Director Paul Hendricks and
Manager D. E. Cash of the Dixie
Theatre were well pleased with the
response at the first concert at the
Theatre. Plana are being formulated
for mere concerts to'be offered at
the Dixie In the future.
INFANT CHILD DIC8
The Infant child *f Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Smith who lived about two
hours aftar btrth ~ in the Qacdonia
Hospital was burled in Hollywood
cemetery In Gaatonla Friday.
Mr. Smith was formerly with the
Oeetonia Police Department and has
been a member of Uve local Police
Pores tor aboqt a year.
The many Artemis of Mr. and Mre.
Smith tu both Gaatonta and Kings
Mountain extend thelT sympathies
in their bereavement.
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JRSOAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 .
Passes Early . j
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'J. W. Jones. 00, retired plumbing
oairut'tQi'. ?Jt J ?*arl., 'Saturday
I "his homo near King* Mountain, j
'un< f:il svrvlees woyc held at four
Ytci k Si;i?oa> <i fie tin mi sit Grace
Stiriiv iiji an* ni." widow MV*.1
ilU-o Urniiptl' Jolleri n son, Hill
r-ner of ClinttU. S C ; si> (laugh. ra
Mis I. O \W|(:b. Mrs. IJertie
lill.'M M I M" Hi ! WTITI':."
aUu*iia? Thomassou, all of Kings
t&iliiafiv, Mrs. Vera Kayiiioiid of1
rots HVx r. Mich, and Miss Kthel j
ones <,| Columbia, t? C.: a sister
11*8 Minnie HftHi'Mt a I i?<1 a ,i?roilier\
Isrilv Joim-.->. both of Kings Mounlili
Mi Jones was the pioneer plumb
r 01 Kings .Mountain. having opened
is l)ii8Jiiw?? here many year* ago.
le later took "his soninla.v, Mr. j.,.
t. \Vtli:h. in the business. About'
ivo yeais ago Mr. Jones retired ami
>p< <1 of Ills ' v<"<t in the bus-1
if!." to Mr Welch who has opera-1,
r-d tin- establishment since that
Mr. Jones, numbered' his friends
y his acquaintances. He was a mau
f quiet, unassuming nature. The:
iirvlving relatives have the sympa-;
l)y ot the entire community m tlmj
jso ot their husluind and father. |
^re Damages Herndon
A lire which j'or a time ilntaienidj
) menace valuable uptown business
roperty was extinguished shortly'
efore noon last Thhrsdav in the
lemdo'i Aparunents on Mohntain
Damages totaling about $400 were
ifllcted by fire, smoke and water
lmef. Herhdon of Charlotte, owner,
r the apartments, said. It was covred
rue maze apparently began 111 an
pstairs apartment which had hot',
. en occupied for alicut three weeks
iid Mr. Hernuon believes the cause
iu>; have, been - defective wiring.)
moke pouring from l>eiio<atli the
of was discovered by 'Mrs. J. R.
avis." a neighbor who turned in thej
la rm. ,
This is the third file the apart )
lent lias had since it was remodel j
1 sovei-al years ago by .Mr. li??rn i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller occn ;
\ tin- downstairs apartment, aiu j
ir. and Mrs. Tea (tumble live up '
ONFER ON RAIROAD LEASE
Raleigh, Sept. 20.?\Protddent K K.;
orris and General Counsel L. R.
rince of the Southern Railway Sys
in called on Governor Hoey today!
nd discussed the proposal that the!
litway take error and operate the
utte-oon trolled Atlantic (and North
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By Will. ROGERS
CCOTCH stories are about wore
^ out. First off I could never see
whv thflrfl WPKt art mnn*V a# Ka??
because If Scotchmen did tell all
thoee stories they wouldn't have no
time to be so all-flred thrifty.
But here's one that makes both ,
sense and is purty rood besides.
Sandy Gow was walking down a
street and bumped into an old
friend of his.
"Sandy," said his friend, "when
is Mary McDougal coin' to let you
"Irs verra uncertain, mon," said
Sandf, "8ome fool sent her a bic
box of stationery with her name
engraved on it and she won't get
married til if s all need up."
"And " added Sandy, "she writes
verra few letters account of the
(SasHnsn Hews Fattens, las.).
- -J dollar
PPPPW^PWUI-HIIIII.UMII.IIH ,L .J...
At 10 A. M. '
_ iiitc With
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i"I:t?-f t.r:'d? KIiik. AsnlMiiiir. Chief rr '
litis Fall* nt.J hit) man iithiter Al "" 1
-U returned to Kintt* Miitiiii iIn Frl- I.
> II ii.lt Font Klliltra N Y with ' a;l'
A Pft? 'I.o, k u, Ii.,ifi..i -
IX-pu: iineni Tlii" Fii en'i it left Ft- 'let
iniHi whli.li is iu r'n A'.i'itort part l"'r
j| tin- St^te noon the iluy Ir'(oiii. liou
Tl. now truck Is cu nipped with S,V"'
he I i.'st type or fin- fitslitiitit ap- ''!,B
liui'umn Wirlt the addition of th? Tl
i w truck" brings tin- total for the S"? hi
depart in en t to three It is under- hoin
tilt tiH tll-il ?? ? ii r..oiil? .?f ?. * *
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chase of the n??\v vqutpincMic the tiro mon
iii>;it.<iu< into for Citizens ol Kings yW
Mountain will in- r<-dtic?*<l. she
Jlefore tile truck over arrived- in aniui
Kings .Mount:.in it hail asst.-lcd In ten
putting out a fire. On the return < ??1
trip, jtist or this side of Salisbury. ''"n
the local firemen were ovortageii by leuu
a truck from Saliebttrv answering a
tire alunn. Naturallv the local firec)
fighters followed-.to tb? scene of the ^ ^
fire, and volunteered their services
and the use of water froth the large
auxiliary tank on the truck.
_ 1 live
. , milk
Morning :: i|
H. F. Onnand. Sr.. age 7ii. died n,t"
<t his home on itidge street. Wed-1,0 v
i.esday morning after a long period 11
of ill health. For some time his con*!'001*
(lHi<.ii had been critical and for sev-;
?ral days, dehth was expected tno-ia ''
mentarily. j v'?w
Funeral services will be held this ,J<" 1
(Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at the Presbyterian Church and in ^ '
ertneiit will be madtt - In Mountain'
llcst cemetery by the grave of his-1' w'
wife, who died in February. Kev, P. i moa
D. Patrick,- his pastor, will he in J101*
Charge of the services. j
I eh ft
Surviving Mr. Ormand are four K(
suns and four daughters. as fdllows. , ls(.t
T. I* Ornutnd, of Roanoke. Va.j ' .
i '.TCI' f
lames Onnand, of'Gastotiia; Rev. B.
K. Onnand; Jr., of Lost . Oily, Va.; .. j r (
Ja<k Orniand of King*'" Mountain;.
Mrs Ralph Jones of' Union. S. C.; j
Mrs, IC. 7. White of Spartanburg, S. ,inil
C'..; Mrs. Allie Bernhardt of Char- t
lotto and Mrs. Bill Thompson of
Kings Mountain. ! ^
Two brothers. Messrs Jake an?lj ,,,,]
|t ('. Ormandi of Bessemer City; twoj -hdi
sisters. Mrs. S. N". Stacy of York.^'., w<
and Miss Lyda Ortnand of Long from
Creek, and 11' grandchildren. also.,.],,,,
Mr. Onnand was a son of the late new
John Onnand and wife of the Long ways
f'revk section of Gaston county, a'parj
member of one of the oldest and. how
most prominent families of that sec-; mgii
t'.on. I tAkn
. Kor many years Mr. Ormand held'work
a responsible position with the \*a
Trenton Mills, in Gaatonla. where, ind
with his family, he made his res!- j |*. ?
dence In 1918 he moved re King3jth;
Mountain where he accepted a sitnl-, rfl]
lar position with the Hilling Mill. He! Kim
held this position until bad eye end
sight forced him to retire. hi a
In youth he was a member of] hour
I sili ?? r' P/isil- DTAO Kvi net o n siKonsiVv A#
-" i k x iv* rv ii v?u,i ivi mil V.UUIVU ui
which, his forbearers had beeu mem- (
hers and loyal supporters, lit later A
years he moved his membership to j Mi
the crurch where he made his home %1
and for some lime, has been a faith- Jm
ful and devoted! member of the Prea Si
byteriau ("'hurc-h, in Kings Mouatain.
Mr Ormand was a member of Junior
Order. Patriotic Sons of Amer- (Opl
ca. and Odd Fellows. Ar
Kings Mountain mourns the loss
of this good citizen. Mr. Ormand Pc
was a good husband and a devoted head
father. He was a man of Jovial na-' mllb
ture. and had a smile for everyone j rope
he met on his jaunts around town. 1 pear
He could be seen stopping and chat- Bt
ting with the little children of not <
which he was especially fond. A leaf
man of genteel character, on? who Here
was known for his kindness and, in s
deep appreciation of his fellowman. stor>
Active pallbearers will be: Robert Hertti
Ormand.^ Dr. W. L. Ramscur,. Rob- iip
?rt Pa>ne, K.red Ormand. Bokits else
Stacy and J. N. Oambe. who are meri
nephews of the deceased. j gehl
Honorary pallbearers will be the that
KHdorti and Deacons of the First: shor
Presbyterian Church I (Cc
$ $ Thurs. ,
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five cfcnts per copv
>1 Begins I
?'k (In- auu come Io town!
Ii? licialdV Motion tttMure Cook
School entitled -Star tn My Kit-- ir
. will be the real eouitminity
aciku.' hi'Kliininjft tliln' morula*; at *>
/clock at -the Dixie Theatre Olh
hoWittuH Ujinrti row and Saturday
litinc at Oh- .-ante time
III* taaeiitaHn,|t jjid different
>ischool I m>en enlireU free ,.-j
nl-l -lot we|) as KiufcM Mountain chants
extend this lu?t invitatti
join hi the lu.iuc-maktni: !c?
i ;tinl jolly eiuct tuiinncht *for ?t
i (inc day.
lie Motion Picture <'ookiug * i
ol will In- ,i practical' rally of
tMimkvr# to contribute fi\>?h per
live for llio "xune old job." tho
totr um day in anil day out job.
tin- moat important business in
world. J oat ?s men liavo their
Jul convent ions, where they listo
lectures from specialists, lowometi
will have their couvento
consider home-making probi.
ist as fruah inspiration for thejob
is one of the by-pi'oducts or
funtiliar cooking school, which
ents a lecturer in a model kltch- 'j
so are new ideas and keen incettborn
in the film class for homoers;
with its novel approach and
icryday happenings hiye been
na.tj7.ed in the plot of "Htar In
Kitchen." Behind the sparkling
or and suspense that -ais- so necty
to screen stories -was a dent
p plan ? aft ambitious deteritlon
to carry instruction, insplii.
and worthwhile borne news
omen In every community.
to -.camera took Its tlmp nud It
its olose-upr. so that every' burin
Tlte Dixie Theatre will havo
urge as ife. and twice as natural
of each operation. There will
to orchestra circle at this enterne'nt.
since the back row guests
'he Herald will have on equal
ico te peer into the busy miring
1. watching tl? (left ocps of
sitting, creaming, sifting. and
(High mixing, not overlooking tho
work of baking. roasting. Even- 1
inar. or freezing.
>eplng up to .the minute.on fresh
?verles to oas.'* the home nvanai
burdens. is one of.the jobs of
household speefcilists who super- 1
i| the demonstrations' in this ' S
'ruble cooking school: Because _ .
have devoted years of training
study, to home problems, these
hie experts know how to help
r housekeepers to run thel*
ts more smoothly. interestingly,
economical lb . Under the glow of i
enthusiasm and creative skill,
ell-cooked meal becomes elevated
i "just a job" to an artistic ave
>t only does this picture show
dishes, styles, and interesting
* .to serve everyday meals and
v feasut, but it demonstrates
to make Intelligent use of tho
niotis mechanical servants that
the guess work out of hoctso I
doable elfts tlvat will find long
uoeful life in many tiomea will
riven away st each session of
as Home Economics f'lasu of (lie
pr Mountain High School will at- '<
'V < first session of the school
body. . 1 ' ?'H
rtnetnber. the dates- and opening
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nions Expressed in This Column
e Not Necessarily the Views ef
ilitics and Hitler command: the
lines. Purge has become a fair
word both here and in Eu.
At first glance It would apthat
nothing else is going on.
it the renl news of the day la
on the front pdes. Ton most
through to the financial section.
> not not In big blacy type, but
mail items is the Important
r. It is this: Husincss Is OetJtlng
liis means more than anything
to America. It means that Acans.
who want to work may be
lng jobs before long It means
the smgll town merchant will
tly be selling more goods. It
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