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Jackson Middle Georgia Argus (Newspaper) - August 18, 1885, Jackson, GeorgiaMiddle Georgia Argus b is Ball. David j. Tii Axton eni Iun an business 21 an a o Eli. Jackson versus Mcdonough. 011 Gial Organ Butts co Jackson triumphant by a score 2t a by Twenty five to thirteen. Jackson Georgia aug 18 188.� this paper at Jackson As <1 at i i As the a it Matte or. Friday evening the Jackson first nine met the first nine of Mcdonough or. The hitters Diamond. T to am o or it to m 1 i i a i a. In of i i i i it the boys were accompanied by a Lmh Prato. Indian Spring High school d. F. C. Timmons 1 principle Send for circulars amp a. . Maddox 1 goodly nuttier of our citizens both a men and ladies who were anxious 1 to witness the test game Between the two clubs they having played two games before and each one being successful. Accordingly at 3 o clock the game was called with Jackson to the Bat and in the first inning she Mode two sounds and Mcdonough three. This enlivened Wool k Ami it Shob. New work and All kind of repair Jackson secret seven and her inc. Ii. Cirinc a. . I�?T0 . Run Jackson so Fra ahead that. 10 a 14 15 . M1ilciii-Carriagi Ting to and Plantation work pc Grier amp Lemons millinery. Cutting a Wing and fitting done to Oiler. d be pro met The boys in High spirits and and buggy Marr. Set a they played with r. Vim All the Way s a specially. Repairing j through and when the game closed jacks in had scored Twenty five to Mcdonough thirteen. We know that Mcdonough Lias a Fine club but some How this Tirfe they did very poor playing and let Jackson neat her the Best two in three. While Jackson made a splendid score some exceedingly Gross errors were made which was the cause of her losing several rounds. The game throughout was harmonious and worked off to the satisfaction of All and both sides were Well pleased with the judgments of or. M. F. Brooks As j. It wat Kin general m troi a in Randise Schaefer amp co., a dealers in High Grade guano and acids. J. F. M. Fields agent. Ii. A Smitti a co., a dealers in a hardware groceries and plan tation supplies. Dozier my Glen amp co., a dealers in general merchandise Plant lion supplies �0. Lawson amp Rawls a dealers in general merchandise and High Grade guano. I Aing i Tryb ros., a dealers in general merchandise and High Grado guano. Bailey amp Ezell a dealers in dry goods notions and Gino a merchandise. W. Ii. Lynch artist. Photos card size 0 for 8 by 10 $1.50 each. A or eos Copo views landscapes anti family groups amp a. Hilliard Walker to sorial artist. Shaving and hair cutting done at. All times in the neatest and Best style g. B. Elder livery stable. Runs Hack line from depot to the Spring. W. D. Hutchinson restaurant and confection Aries. Gives meals to order. Umpire. To understand that two other games have been proposed but we have not heard when they will be played. Jackson Gigli school. Uve the a in die history of Jackson 0 been a More enthusiastic meat among our people in regard to our school interest than at present. Our whole people seem to take hold of the matter in cold Earnest and Are pushing it with a will and determination. There is a great opening Here for no a a a us schools in the state. To have the territory to have the people and to have the Healthiest a ice 0 1 the continent. There is not the lightest cause for sic Knets Here and our water is As pure and sparkling As Ever flowed from a Mountain Spring. And with the exceedingly Bright prospects that a a just before in a a a Tenter with our pop a Ulai Ion in rearing every Day there is pm it reason Why our school interest should not leading pet. Only a Short time since a committee of seven of our most go a head Public spirited business men were appointed As school trustees and t v a .1 took the matter in hand and Are moulding a plan that we think will he a decided Success. They propose to build at once a five or ten thousand Dollar College building and lit it up with All the modern appliances for successful teaching and employ a faculty of the Best teachers in tin state 10 take charge of the school. This is meeting with the Hearty approval of our citizens and Many have already volunteered to subscribe liberally to the fund. One firm have proposed to head the list with five Hundred dollars. Everyone knows who knows any thing that a Tir to class High school in Jackson would add More to her in. A rial pro a y than Anytha it that could be d in the a Ide irom our pm .0 school a , Wkho will foot up near two Hundred children Between school Ages we would draw patronage from alled War by amp Gardner dealer in All kinds of lumber laths Lime Brick Shingle arc. Dry Jet. Searcy practising physician. Office Over Lawson amp Rawls. Call attended Day or night. Path t s obtained and Fri Patent business attended to Fer moderate Lees. Our office is opposite the u. P. La Aten office we can obtain patents in less time than those Remote irom Wash i die surrounding counties and from 1ngto�l. Several Oiler states. It would add Send moped. Of drawing. We i greatly to our business interests As advice As to patentability Bee of charge j every a a mudcat would to necessarily and Ive make no charge unless compelled to spend in an average it tent is secure p. J net be s than fifteen dollars per month we refer Here to the postmaster the and from that source Alono several sup of Money order p v., and to tie ,. Officials of . S. Patent other. Kor no a u per Meigh would circular Advt a terms Ivi Vroncie s to. Be Rowa into circulation among our actual clients in a Crown suite Ore eur a write to c. A. Knew amp co., opposite Pat. Office. Washington 1. C our i Ide Rou ? take h horror 111. Men every month. Ope have began to Lern to a shod Over opposition and old to matters with gloves Olf such determination As is sure we Are tired of. Croakers we Are beginning to show that such beings not show a 7 \ a or t j Rpy a i f.v/, , i tilling hand to help every feature of commercial ccile6e on Prosperity should receive a Zusel the Arius r Tii �e1 feb w to 1 worlds a position of support by it Ted on every \ tul j so re. In. The county court. Kentucky University Lexington by. can by Vrtik play durig us Yuno it Sittou no a i Hail he k iut Bolt a ism we i 10 w.�. Avs Ragis Iota eos inc Ling Tom so a i of a 1 t j i it. Family. $90. Sci a pfc. Photography l Typo writing a Veia Tio. Ute Rary free. A Cariejo Rocco Xvi. Fur 6000 6ucceesfui Over Soo amp y for it 15 to l ctn it to a Suee la us i. Tiou to Patti car Tad m t . So Ial Yum a it for arb ant bust a Essen. University diploma i it or muted the us t City in not Cal a a a in Loub Iwuh Jug a i Sot icly. La i up k i41bc a will Jav. The text boo a which Reo-h-1 the a Kari it the world expo Trion f t in a l ten Avo. A re Otsea. Aa-1 a Mucu to in. Is Seel Only at this Moliere. It w a a. Est a he a k <4us with the to a by Rve Umili --n4 guar act in t. Its Deseve Ioc Praia for urzt tue a aug of Quot let it c re or Rev in Tilo gel Liilo a o Wllbur Al Anath Deli Hutan. By. A an Bevaun Zeroni investigation we find the Fol lowing additional facts in re form tee to the county court were in bodied in said report but not Given in the general presentment. We therefore give them that All Way see and know what the county court has done since september 1882, a former committee having reported to that time. tried in monthly terms 1.3 appealed to Superior court 14 on docket March 1885 term cases tried appealed to Superior court on docket March 1885 court cases tried and finally disposed of 60 on docket March 1885. 12 had the cases tried in the monthly term of the county court been tried in other courts having jurisdiction it is probable that an equal number a id have found their Way to the rior court. In the quarterly term of the county court 64 cases were tried All of which would have necessarily been placed upon the docket of the Superior court and allowing that ten cases could have been disposed of in one Day we find that six and one half Days time would have Lee required in the Superior court whereas the cases appealed at same ratio could be head in one Anda half Days thereby saving five Days in the Superior court or one thousand dollars �0 the county. And in the criminal court the go cases would have required at least six Days in the Superior court at a Cost of $1200.00 to Tho tax payers. We further find that All jail fees accrued on account of the county court prisoners have been paid from funds raised in county court. The amount paid j. O. Beauchamp sheriff and Jailer jail fees to March 1885 is $110.00. Finally had All parties who were convicted and who were unable to pay a Light line and costs been compelled to have remained in jail from Date of conviction in county Cour until Tho next term of the a Superior court an additional sum As jail fees of $309.00 would have accrued and nudist have been paid by die county and it is Only reasonable to say that when said fines and Cost could not be raised by tiie parties they could not have made Bond and to use the language of the committee a the county court has Besu a considerable saving to the while the entire expense from september 1882 to March 1885, including judges salary in criminal matters and for Bis service in attending to the county business pay of jury la and non re Sidon witnesses were Only $350.00, thus saving to Tho county not less than two thousand dollars within two and one half years. A Mer Coriam. To the worshipful master wardens and Brethren of Indian Spring Lodge no. 307, f. A. M. Your committee appointed to draft a tribute of respect in memory of Bro. Robt. J. Lawson hereby submit the following Bro. Robt. J. Lawson was born at Indian Spring ga., feb., 17th. 1s50, where he spent the greater portion of his life As a citizen he was quiet pea Cabie and Law abiding his business qualification of the highest order his Fidelity and affection to his family was Manifest a a remarkable degree his untiring Energy and Devotion to business and Success in life was an example worthy of emulation by the Young men of the country. Brother Lawson United with the Baptist Church at Indian Spring in Early life the commission of which Quot he lived until called to his Home in a a a a ios july 7th. 1885, and in full Fel with Indian Spring Lodge. May his devoted Mother Brothers and Loving Sisters who deeply feel their loss find Comfort in him who Dreili All things Well. Therefore to it Resal veil we tender our condolence to his grief stricken family. 2nd.�?that Liis Lodge Lias lost one tits most faithful and useful Meru it ers whose place will be hard to Supply. 3rd.�?that a Blank Page to left in our records for his name and death. 4th�?that this Lodge Wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty Days. 5th.�?that we transmit a copy of Ticae resolutions to his bereaved family. 6th.�?that we request the Middle a Goluia Argus and Jackson news to publish these proceedings submitted. J. W. Lemon j. G. Daughtry. B. Ii. Rawls m. M. Maddox w. F. Douglass. Gom Indian so Rio department. James p. Neale local editor. Any business transactions As to subscriptions advertising or otherwise in connection with this paper with or j p Neale will lie recognized and endorsed by the editor. Notice to Stock raisers. Our Jack is now at Jasper driers in Jasper county tend will remain there until 10th of August. After that he will be at my House until 5th of september. Win so Smith. A. A h is at lie septem Ner term of ii us j Superior court a committee was. Appointed to examine the records of ious county officers and report at March term ltx>5, of said court. The committee made the examination and reported yet the citizens Gener Day do not know what that committee did. The report having never been 1�?~ubliffied. The grand jury in their general presentment said Quot we find from the report 01 said committee a that the records of E Var jus Coua Quot a it a. B u a a no a a Lav the Point is made that july has been a fatal month for presidents and sex presidents. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died july 4, 182 Mon foe july 4. 1831 Taylor july 9, 1850, while in office and Grant july 23, 1885, while Garfield received his death wound upon the 2nd of the same month 1881. To the citizens of Indian Spring and surrounding Vicinity this paper tenders us space for local items and confers upon me the Honor of be local editor. While i had As soon or. Cleveland had appointed me minister of Russia i will however accept the position feeling assured of your assistance in my feeble efforts to promote the interest morally socially finance Olly and otherwise of our prosperous and enterprising town. I am proud to lie one in your midst proud of this Honor conferred and in fact i am glad that i survived the War anyway and As this is my a but upon the journalistic Arena i Hope you will not criticize me too heavily As i think this is undoubtedly my proper sphere As i have made a deplorable failure at everything else. However any information in regard to transpiring events will be thankfully received and chronicled in these columns by yours truly j. P. Neale. Ool. Anderson of Jackson will address the citizens of on town and Vicinity on the cause of Temperance pm Friday night next at Good templars Hall. The Public Are cordially invited to attend. Rev. D. F. C. Timmons preached quite an interesting and instructive Sermon to a Large and appreciative audience upon the subject of holiness trom John 1-17, Mathew 5-43. At the m. E. Church on last Sabbath. Or. T. Is an Able divine and is highly appreciated As pastor and preacher of our people. Or. F. M. Lawson of the enterprising firm of Lawson amp Rawls visited new Yolk last week on bus ines8. J. G. Daughtry of the firm of Daughtry Bri s. Has just returned from u business trip to new Yock and other Eastern cities. In addition to purchasing Tho largest Stock of goods that has Ever been purchased for the Butts county Market he took in the funeral of Gen. Grant which he arises to say was a Vananzo. Hospitality and Courtesy to strangers and a High appreciation of company is one of the proper characteristic of our citizens. But when a gentleman from the Rural District or elsewhere thinks he can come to Indian Spring and get 011 a High lone6ome.and Curso around generally will find out he a made a mistake. As our worthy and efficient marshal or. Flynt will bring him in if he has to run him clean by Home. The reason you see that 2x4 smile upon the face of will Terrell is because its a girl and favors its a. Dubbin. Notice. Par it in need of syrup Mills should Call 011 me Leforc purchasing elsewhere. 1 represent a company and will sell As cheap As the a sea Post. It. S. Stark. July 28th 85 White. Editor Argus a again i will try to interest you and your readers with a Lew dots from our part of the moral Vineyard. As to crops they can to be beaten in Middle ga., Corn Cotton sugar Cane poas and potatoes Are As Fine As Ever was seen in any part of the state. Ail you can hear from the Farmers is to done to know How Cotton is to be gathered As there is not hands enough to pick it and if the new Road is built they think it a gone Chance. Some it them say Cor n won t bring Over Twenty five cents and that it will be glorious on carpenters and editors. R. A Smith has made up one acre of his Cane and it made 127 Glons of syrup and forage enough to feed a lot of hogs and cows on through the Winter and he has not got to the beet yet. Or. Sim Green is having a Fine House erected in the suburbs of town and will occupy the same in a few Days. He is one of our solid men and his kind Little lady can to be excelled on anything in the Domestic line. Or. James l. Pye will commence some improvements on his lot soon. Or. T. L. Williams and family will visit relatives in Barnesville next week. Miss Sallie Jenkins a Fine school at this place of from Twenty five to thirty scholars. She is one of Tho beat school teachers in 3utts county. The general health of our town is Good except a few chronic ailments. Or. Neale is running a Basket factory at present and turning off some Good work. Of Quot Ion a. Was thrown into a Feve of excitement recently Over the Rumor that or. Torbet was at work erecting a bar room Here but was informed that it was a mistake. The a Gus continues �0 improve and is eagerly looked for by All its patrons. Tomato. In memorial snare of to the memory of Little Tommie key whose spirit hath flown far a inv whose pinions hath swept a Cross the dark sea to the realms of eternal Lay. We love Tho memory of that Bright Little boy 80 Rud Only taken away but lies gone to a world of heavenly Joy to the realms of eternal Day. Sweet child now free from All sorrow and pain the Savior will kiss you and May the god of All Ages Sui Ilu at Tho scene in the realms of eternal Day. Dear Mother Grieve not for Tommie he a gone High up with the Savior to stay Althom he a left you All sorrow do forlorn to enjoy u10 eternal Day. Dear father submit to the will of our god he doth �11 things his own Way whom to leaves lie scourges with chastening Rod to bring them to eternal Day. Sweet Tommie will watch at the window for you both mama and papa to Como he leaves you the Promise of god which is True he will Welcome you travellers Homo. A Friend. Tho following reasons arc Given for the failure of some Farmers they will not Mako compost. They Breed to and from scrubs. They do not Curry their horses. They have no shelter for Stock. They put off greasing the Wagon. They Are wedded to old methods. They give no attention to details. They have no method or system. They see no Good in a now thing. They let their fowls Roost in Trees. They weigh and measure stingily. They leave their plows in Tho Field. They hang their harness in he dust. They take to pleasure in their work. They never use paint on the farm. They starve Tho calf and milk the cow. They think Small things not important. They let their Gates Sag and fall do not keep up with improvements. They done to know Tho Best is Tho cheapest. They do not read the Best Hooks and newspapers. They think Tho buyer of a successful neighbors Stock at Good prices is a fool and the very they sell Hay Grain and Straw off the farm instead of turning them into meat cheese and butter and increasing their Supply of manure. They think $1 invested in whiskey and to i eco is better than in a subscription Lor a Good weekly Home and agricultural paper. J g. Daughtry of Daughtry bros., left this morning for new York Boston and other Eastern cities where he will buy a heavy Stock of fall and Winter goods. Our friends May look out for the largest cheapest and Best selected Stock of goods Ever brought to Butts county. Indian Spring ga., aug 5th �?T85. A an for the bowels amp ghz lure it is the great Southern remedy for Tho to Well. It is on Ltd the most pleasant Ami a Iskaf ious re a bios i y All summer complaints. At a Sci son heu Vole t i111a 1 is Ltd the 1m Wels Aro Poliy l no tfx me spetly Relief . Thu Wenrix i Mother a Osiier sleep in Imp sin Tho Little one ? of Hidur. How i use this 5nv�ik�ne. 50. Imp to Walter a. Taylor Atlanta ga., for Riddle Book. Ii Ernouf Esi imply a a a Wood cite illicit will cure con is crimp and consumption. Price 25c. Aucul is a bottle. My m a Luire Opportunity for our people of advertise their business. About the Middle of september we expect to print my a m i ill 3000 copies 3000 we have already had enough advertising promised to make it a Success. Every feature of this county and its vast resources will be written up and represented in graphic style and every business firm in the county should be reprinted in its columns. This will be the rarest Chance our business men have Over had to advertise their business and with the abundant crops and prospects for an enormous Trade this fax As a Winter every one should Avail themselves of Elliis Chance of a lifetime. Remember that the Argus has forced Tho rates of advertising Down to a living basis in this Section i and 1 i patronage Iii keep the ii there. Our Trade Issue will be profusely illustrated and be placed within the hands of Evory Reading family in this county and Many copies will go into our adjoining counties. Terms give j 011 application. Add Ess Middle Georgia Argus. Jackson a. I ii y<7 a �?w7, t a the Rosiy tub a new h h a Jgr a s we a it a via in / t. Gay a a a inv i 14 a a a la to lasts 3jsar�owq us cum it 7jt>rliv Hii j . V h the Ood Romalto $ -35, v a a a Kek la in a Vukek it Quot. Of youth in j <2 is. E administer matrix s in by virtue of an order Fri a f on the �11 w tuesday in sufi it the a met Houwz door in by tween the Legal Sale hour. A1 acres of land owned by i or a a i on at the time of his 11 the lands of mrs. R f 1 a Meuan less and others to. 1 August lied. 18s5. S a a. Or. M. C i. Administer matrix of j. It a cd Georgia birrs cock to to All whom it May r�?T0ih i All persons interested arc he a i tired that if no Good cause he Kluj loaf rare an order will the on the think to other 1885. a new marked out by the Road t appointed purpose 11 ing at Hie terminus of think 1 to Renee the ugh the Lauda of Yaj 1 a d a Lek and a. M Watkins in a direction intersecting the Ali leading by the residence1 Thornton to once along said Row a Point is reached where a through the lands of h j. Ter seets said Public Road thence said private Way until a Cranch Thi Ough the lands of j. S. Mold crossed then along and Norih of franc until a private was de twee t Mcdaniel Ami David tin readied i lie Nee along snid private until it inters oct the la Ittman f Road. Aug. Or or j f. Car Michie judge c. 0. A Georgia Butts county. To All whom it Mav concern All persons interested Are Herer titled that if no Good cause lie show the contrary an order will he p. By Tho undersigned on the 34 a september 1885, establishing Road As marked out by the Commin ers appointed for that purpose r Nien cing near the resident of a non m. Compton running though the of 1�?T. M. Compton 1. R. Watkins and Thaxton to the Corner of Lota of in y. Thaxton h. J. Collins a 4i Ami 7k e. A Laknes thence ins n Erly direction running with the 1 Linos Between j. M. Hasiwar j. Gray e. Childs a. M. Cron z. F. Darkness mrs m. E. Harks j. E. Childs j. K. Gray to Junki Hurt thence across the e. T. V. A. K. R. And through the lands Al j. Woodward mrs. In Ullin h. E Ell a. Ii. Smith mrs. Tol Esons Darr the Mcdonough and Jackson Ruad As of trios. H. Greer a a thence Alongi i vate Way he the resilience of i w i l m Atkinson and intersecting pah Road near Henry Burford a result Are. J. F. Cardio Tiabl judge cd a August 4th 1885 september sheriff Sal Cie Orgias Butts county. \ 1711 a he sold before the court hos in j door ill the town of Jackson ins county on 1st tuesday in sept pm next., within who Legal hours ? Sale t following property to wit one Jot or Pari Al of land situated this town of Mcintosh said county 1 hounded As follows on the cast Alicr Nuhic Street North or tin. Row West Edge comb property South h j and others Leri Rii on my property of j ii bryans by Virtuel Tifa issued from Butts 8 ii per for end in favor of Cord y Barnes vs., j h in h s. Tenant in Possession Giren wit ten Liot in this August 3rd 18.v>. A o. Beau Miami sheriff b. Notice agreeably to Tho recommend Stion Tho it Irand jury of Butts count will let til the cite on Tho 22ml. Day of an gust 1885 at 10 of clock a. M. A her tract to make gom and Pas Sahuc i crossing Over Tho Branch on the Publ 10 d lending from Jackson to Willie thaxto ii s in chm Ivy a District. August 10th. 1885. J. F. Carmichael judge c. C. Ii. C. Notice. To Given that there will to int rods in the House a Bill to he entitled act to repeal in act entitled an Art t promote Tho propagation of Shad Ini Altamaha of Mulgre and Oconee Rita and to impose a fur fishing i those Rivers on sundays monday m tuesdays so much thereof a affry la a Row ales to the county of Butts not exempt the county of Butts from thru lion tit Eief. Drowsy treated fros or. H. H. Green 55 jokes Avenue Atlanta. A specialist for Al years past has treated dropsy and its complications wih the most wonderful Ness uses vegetable remedies entirely harmless. Removes All symptoms of a Opay in eight to Twenty Days. Cures patients pronounced hopeless by the Best of physicians. From the first does the symptom.? disappear and in ten Days at least two thirds of All Are removed. Some May cry Humbug without knowing anything about it. Remember it does not Cost you anything to realize the merits of my treatment for yourself. In ten lays the difficulty of breathing is relieved Tho pulse made regular the urinary ogans made to discharge Hei full duty sleep i s restored the spelling ail gone the so Rengh increased Ana appetite made Good. I am const j in ring Ltd. A Dir cases that have been tapped a number of times and the patient Lee i a red unable to have a w Eek. Send for ten Days tre Almerit directions and terms free. Give full history of lose name sex age How Long afflicted How badly swollen and where is bowels Ostive have legs unrated and dripped water a end for free pamphlet containing testimonials questions Etc ten Days treatment furnished free by mail. Plei pay fits positively cured. Ii. H. Green. M. D55 j. Is ave. Alana ? of go. To it Mclen. Tonic Cape Clahr l>y8pep8fa, n Tion. Or a in i la for is �3 no irks l a Ali imo4c�iiatc at results. Bovina music a and Max Roc five Uez a Force. In lev amp a tac jul Lori and Aupp Hes Fraih i of Terr. P suffering Horn a i complains nadim a till Arto Hlf Ludis Ijar. Hats a a Iron Toni la a Safe and Speed cure. I rive a t i a and heal tiny ,4 tue a a Moi it testimony a it lha value n a it a it ilartkh�?T3 Iron tonic 1� Liat frequent Altun pts fat Hui Only Udd cd of the popular 1 Fly of the . If you earnestly cd Asir j Iio lot fax Petilo a Ltd Kut to life Olaul f Al. A2.d Blix or. Hah tar a Cal f. Tumio a Lor a a a k / All tizi la int Everk he pie Macon ga., june 6th 1b8& Macon Medicine co i am entirely satisfied that Motif a Guinns Pioneer blood re newer is a perfect Medici a having been relieved by its use in two weeks of a bad Case of bund Poison i can recommend it. Respect o. W. Carst Akshen. For treatise on blood diseases write to Macon Medicine company. Sole proprietors Macon a. Soide in powdered form easy prepare at Home with or without spirits Small size 25c, Large she $1. Mailed to any address on i Seipt of Price. Liquid form Small size in Large size $1.75. Out la a a of to w ph�udaph��i6eh i do Udine Tucker Box of 4 Hwn mfrs and and usual outfit Oft we pieces. Í5 Days to Ira i House before one cent. Othef machine manufacturer United state Arn amp a this amp a. They Are some durable and. Of y a a running. If 5r Tojo a a Ltd. Lull of. A Purchase from circular nud testimonials j \ Tey. I Eriq it f. ,.,w a rvs a mile we ski the loudest and most j piercingly Drill or whistle made. Can be heard from one t two Miles. Exact Sii of a 50-Cali- Bre Centre flyer Ridge. Inv Aiu a a Able As Forf re wet a i it

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