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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 July 1922

' |K ft? 'I m I yl |f •i I ~(Uu. ■ I ii~ , . fiui .;Mhi WTNNSeOEO WV8KLT WM* SVtT 14. IfB I WINNSBORO SATURDAY, JULY 15th The Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce with the cooperation of the merchants of Winnsboro will put on thj second Dollar Day Bargain Sales Day Saturday, July 15th. The Chamber of Commerce will give Cash prei iums as follows: Three Dollars will b3 giv3.i to th3 parson coming the fartherest distance and purchasing as much as five dollars with some one of our merchants. Two Dollars will be given to the largest familj that comes to Winnsboro for trading purposes. Five One Dollar cash premiums to be given away similar the plan of last Dollar Day. Register at Chamber of Commerce on your arrival to participate in premiums REMEMBER DRY GOODS The $1.00 day sale Saturday the 16th, w have everything that goes for $1.00 sale. Ginghams 26c grade, all colors 5 yds. to |L Percale 20c grade, all colors 6 yds. to ft. Lawns 50c grade, all colors 4 yds. to $1. Towels 18 x 86, 75c gnade f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

7 H 5 ,XIII-NO. 4 "> itinoboro Iflcckln -Xcats. ft 11 WINNSBORQ, WOOD COUNT Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY JULY 21, 1922 ie Railroad Strike and the Marketing Situation h „ matter of fact we have U^n greatly scared and ri- ft so on the transportation iition. Up to date how- I" ^ere has been no grious cars have got up in transit and nearly th?m a half a day late, j fcw have shown somewhat Tipenfss, as a result of this the refrigerators getting on ice doubtless, but upon j whole I believe we are going Ift through with a minimum i in so far as transportation e<mc?ny d. However, this mid all change to the worse it day and it is necessary to on tho watch and in touch fetli the car situation. Markets Then' seems to be a fairly I demand for watermelons ot iin sizes. Yet our pay will gether depend on the time growing the products take, In view of the slowed up transpor- tation problem. Last Thursday when we were informed this di- vision of the Katy has only 5 active engines to transport both .jassen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

WINNftJORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 21, lttt ■ fi" m1 • ffi i; ii Winnsboro Weekly News Homer It. Weir, Editor ♦1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the |io8toffice at Winnsboro, Texas under the act of March 8, 1879 Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mea*les and Mosquitoes. Dr. Royal S. Copeland, Com niissioner oi Health for the City of New York, makes the flat assertion that measles can bt completely wiped out in this country in forty-eight hours. In the same breath we are author- itatively advised that the pesti lent mosquito cannot fly more than one thousand feet and u*«. What a reflection on the Unit ed States government, if these assertions be correct, and there is no reason to doubt them. The one great necessary step; name- ly, passing this information un- der government authority di- rectly to the people, is ignored. Consequently, measles still car ry death and suffering to the young, and mosquitoes s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

■ WtNNSBOKQ WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922 tt* ave to m iter ortig, ppr« . tyrw. ltrrn ntitet many to ht umh. shonld xtritt nutiC- ifiookt and cttinf, choot i'li it f lift. >olop. land, ira^ed tridn, thtir hop. many ncally m the ? S Attention FordOwners! Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat- treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GEN- UINE FORD PARTS. Don't be misled—Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By •o doing you will fet from 35 to 100 per cent mere wear from them, and you will pay the lowest possible cost—ths same everywhere. 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Parte Price List When your Ford car, or Fordaon tractor needs attention, call on us. For remember we ere prop- erly equipped, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

IT, 1MT ■ '> ■ v * • ' +; .Jfy ,« * . . . i , I W* t> m t I i if ; I 1 1 I 7 i ' SNmt • i j. L * ! ■ 3 h • am Jllllj' I It • " W) I ' I "F i! il I il ■ Hi K f'TB A \ r ' %- '« % E) tEf J "Making Good Again 1 > £ 1 1 C O M The Big Sale Is at its height. Every day the bi£ store is crowded wih buyers. People from! very section of the country and adjoining counties have participated in this meichani.iihi3 event* Thousand! upon thousands of Dollars worth ot merciian !i <■ li *s gone out o! fho i'eiiiiiwl stoe into the homes of thrifty, economy-wise people-people who !*.ave learned to know l\rkin's Red lag sale as a real honest to gnodness dry goods sale. The faet that every day this store fa crowded with n-*oni buying Red Ta<? values is eridnj ce that again Perkin's Red Tag y. 'c ir. "risking i:ood." In this :>d is Hstod ma**y d vl values that are uninatchable. * \ ' L ' * ' r t ' v ■ ' .U , . | T "Red Tag" Prices Demonstrate Greater Values 9c SHIRTING PRINTS One Hig Lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

#M§ Service fte ierv::o the First National Bank renders of the high- ly n10st staisfactory character. We seek to serve every not only with a safe pelce in which to keep their mon- but in the cnaracter of a business friend. We are glad (^ our services and facilities at your command or in ■person. May we hear from you? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas wtnnnroro JULY Phwon u I were glints of Mr. «n«, «f ' N' Ro'-frtKm Sunday. Okl.hom" " m°nth' ,U,t ,n v returned home Monday, accompaniedd Turner. [Build that Garage Now is the time to build that Garage you have , been want- ing a long time. Let us figure with you. Our Prices Always Right in-Drummond Lumber Co. Scroggi Dr. andMrs. L. 0. Garrett and children of Santa Anna are vis- iting J. D. Garrett and family. Buy galvanized Racket. now. Floyd Harry of Quitman, candidate for County Attorn.y was here Saturday mingling with the voters. Willie and Hay Askew of Mus- kogee, Okla., were in the city Monday enroute to Female :o spend a few d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

—mm m 11 ' Candidates • •••••• 1 y i I i 3 w n r | \ f • Pt The Ntwa Ik authorized to an- nounce the follow inf( cniujidatiM, subject to the Democratic pri- mary, July 22, 1922. FOR STATE SENATE— thos. g. pollard (of Van Zandt Co.) FOR county judge— h. v. puck Err. r. m. smith FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- FLOYD HARRY WALTER RUSSELL FOR TAX COLLECTOR— ERNEST McCRARY J. Q. BEARD C. C. MANSELL ROGER M. HESTER T. J. SHAW FOR COUNTY CLERK- HALL BENTON JEWELL J. MeLEOD C. A. (Gus) PEACOCK R. P. WOMACK W. G. WILSON FOR COUNTY SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— , j. U. SEARCY FOR TAX ASSESSOR- ARTHUR NICHOLS GEORGE A. LLOYD T. U. SHIREY A. K. (Bert) PATRICK FOR DISTRICT CLERK- FRANK NEYLAND J. W. (Jim) BULLOCK. VIRGIL B. SHAW FOR SHERIFF— A. H. JOLLEY (Re-election) Letter from Pt. Thos. Michael FOR COUNTY TREASURER- MRS. LOVIE SEARCY. (Re-election) COMMISSIONER, PRECT. 4- M. A. RICHBURG. P. H. IIUCKEBA O. P. (Oflie) HALLMAN. JUSTICE PEACE, PRECT N. E. SEAY J. H. KING FOR CONSTABLE, PRECT 4. J. 0. WHITTER • ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

Call For Deliver And Let Max Hitt YOUR CLEANING AND PRESSING Phone 265 WTNNHBQRQ WEEKLY NEW* FRIDAY, JULY 21, Ml ' w ■ ' I FILMS AS IMPORTANT TO education as ark hooks Lansing, Mich., July 14 - Be- lieving that motion pictures, within the next ftw years, will become almost as important NEEDLESS AIR STUNTS Louis James, nationally known aviator, swung from one plane to an Jtl er by means of a rope lader. In some way the two planes did not separate prompt- ■tWf I Several factor in the eduction as text j'y enough; his ladder swung him books, courses in motion pic- a*ains^ the Propelior of the ma- Tired ^ «vnk and run-down," i Mm Eul* Burnett, of 10s. "I wa* thin and | Ml Und, all the Mm* It rat wall. I waan't rtaurr. I knew, by i I Mtded a tonic, and lb aooe bet^r than— ^To Stop a Cough Quick take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a cough medicine which stone the ooutfh by healing the Inflamed end Irritated tissues. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Cheat Coida, Head Golds and Croup is enclose...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 July 1922

- -J E ik WPCMIKMM W1BKLT NFfPw* WUPAY, JULY Suzanne Avenpec. —Now the Test ■ bi$f iW 1 11 >| i • I HE'LL SPEND HOW ' BETTER PROGENY BY CULUNQ, TESTS WITH POULTRY REVEAL - "Tf! First Turken Fowl In The State. 1500,000 That culling the poultry flock j to get rid of all those birds ex- cept tht vigorous, prolific layers rkbuits in noucuiJie inipmce- ment in the progeny is shown K>/ intent investigations at the Unitd States ..Experiment Parm, Doubtless you have at times lieicsviHe, Md. i he late moult- i.magined what you would doers selected from a Hock of 100 with a million dollars, or even uncde isiand Reds in the fall a half a million *1 you shouiu of 1920 layed seven more eggs suddenly come into the poses- per bird 'during their second sum of so much wealth. John year than the original flock as Lindiey, cook for 39 years at the pullets. They were used as Beckham Hotel, in Texas, is so orteders the following spring, on to become owner of a half and the first Red pullets to coi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

y/iZTiZ .*€>. >eci $i« '' •■ ah jj need. I price. -NO. 4ti. field and Fer- n In Run-off ION RETURNS fXetos. 91.25 per year WINNSBORO^ WOOD COUNT if, TEXAS, FRIDAY I RIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 UNOFFICIAL RETURNS WOOD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HELD JULY 22, 1922 HMHHflH of Saturday's in Wood this page, i returns 0 primery 1 minted on en from reports receiv- j Chiunlx'r of Gomniei- ' are unofficial e presumed to be practi- ced in every race ex- county attorney's. > and Russell are cla- [fte nomination and it will 1 official count to decide I Thia will be made Sat- the county conveti- f'meet in Quitman. ^....nissioner of precinct [ Richburg has a majority wh of his opponents ann p| bo no run-off in this 1 was elected Justice of . Miller and Whitter 1 in the run 01 f for con- Slate Election 'has a majority over all •opponents for governor. I the senatorial race. May- j leads, with Ferguson sec- fwd Culberson third. . Billie Mayfield lewis Dav- for lieutenant governor. locratic Pre- ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

■ ll I H i 'S '9 y | 1 Jfi ft ft IS - r 4 '■'1 Winstar* Weekly Newt Homtr R. Weir, EdiUc *1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered u gecond-claa mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pos toff ice at Winniboro, Texag, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rate# made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY The Strike. The News has not said much about the present railroad strke, and we do not intend to to get into the fight. Some newspaper men over the state have declared for the shop boys and some have declared against them. Of course everyone has his own opinion of the matter and The News "wants them to use their good common sense in deciding for or against the strikers. The editor of this paper nas been under the impression that the war has been over for four years and that it is about time that the laborers were learning that we want to get back to nor mal times. All classes of labor ers will soon have to suffer sal- lary cuts if they have not alrea- dy received them. It seems to u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

i*1* — HONt? '£•2 LMMZ LOU, | fit Ffaoso,; [Maim Ih!S£IK«1 r no«scs« Lid By* I I Ahksj Idrug Iho :hoi |dai|j it«8t pear. i £ at fees, Attention Ford Owners! Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat- treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GEN- uine FORD PARTS. Don't be misled—Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By •o doing you will got from 3S to 100 par cent more wear from thorn, and yea will pay the lowsst possible cost—the —mo everywhere. 80% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Parts Price List Wbeo your Ford car, or Fordaon tractor need* attention, call on as. For remember we are prop- erty equipped, employ competent mechanics, and use Genuine Ford and Fordaon parts in ad repair work: Wilcoxson Motor Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

I] 1 • n h . i m. t*> m { !V' 'v:-u Ml — rSale _ Starts Saturday July 29th ■v ' ;t if A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made And now is your opportunity! Lay aside everything, and make your preparation to attend this Bargain event. We have spared no pains nor time to make this the one KaJe, of all sales. Everything in the store has been re-arran- ged and displayed for your convenience, evciy aiticie ticket- id und marked in plain figures so a child can shop with the same degree of satisfaction and safety as the grownup. ,. Automobiles and men with rigs are now going into every house'for miles around, advertising this great event. It Is a sale that will draw people for miles around. If you come one time you will come again. So don't forget the date and your purse. Breaks All Records as to Low Prices on all High-Grade Mi Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishi SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JULY 29th A short time ago the J. B. Howell stock of Dry Goods was purchased by me and the two stocks have b* Staple M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

m i t H .YAttf AM RTS ■ '■ - /! «t~c;V A GREAT EVENT ThiH store 1m known far and near ax the store of depend- able Merchandise. The people know that they can come to .thin store andfind what the want in High-Class Merchan- dise of the standard makes and latest Fashions. For a few days only we are going to plnce our magnifl- cent stock on salt, and you should lay in a good supply. We are Indeed going to give you real genuine bargains. This great sale takes place at 9:00 a. m. on the above date so be prepared to be here at the opening hour. Everything is on sale—absolutely nothing reserved. It is the grandest display of merchandise you have ever seen. . _ • >1 I A it t | Just 15 Eig Selling Days I lise. A ies and Gigantic Movement to Rush out $15,000 Worth of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear INUES 15 PRICE WRECKING DAYS J into one store, the J. B. Howell stand on the corner. This consolidation gave me a $15,000 stock of good ofsalss. I TcJ3,liz? the financial condition of the country and furt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

WINNOBORO WEKKLY NEWS FRIDAY. JULY 28. IMS BRIDE TO GOULD Dakato Girt Now Mistress A Famous Fortune Mrs. Alice Sinclair?, fortiier mu- sical comcdjr actress, who wm barn and raised in the Dakota*, i now •lira. George J. Gould, New York banker and railroad man. They were married aecretly in May and ■are now touring Europe. The tint lira. Gould died lost November. [bright 'Tomorrow Alright Ynr The Quiohie That Doca Not Affect The Head Bkium of its took ami laxstira rffn-i, LAXA- TIVE BROMO QUININE (Tubin.) can be Ultra h anjpoo* without rausloil n«r uusnt «< • rtnctaa m too hood £W. CTOVE S siiwluro oa bo*. JU \ N A Thirsty Little Boy HE HAS BEEN PLAYING VERY HARD. HE HAS BEEN A GOOD BOY. Therefore, to reward him properly and to RELIEVE hia BIG THIRST his mother has bought him a bottle of our re- freshing GRAPICO 5c PER BOTTLE It's made of the purest ingredients, and is always kept ice cold, ready to refresh and delight you on hot days. There is a substantial sav- ing if you order ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

WINNSBORO WKKKLT NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 the prize editorial Blame mentalmisgae .. —i2a ononr-taiiagI b®^*corm flakes are the ideal summer diet! Ovcr-bcavy foods cauM more illness during nm lumncr weather then any other thing you dot Sim- plify your diet. Men, women and children will work sod play and sleep better if they'll switefc-i* on Ktllogg's Corn Flakes and plenty of cold milk and tto delicious fresh fruits now in season I Ktllogg's are wonderfully refreshing—and nourish- ing— and always mighty crisp and dclicious for any meal. Let the little folks eat as much of Keltogg's as they want, for Kellogg's Corn Flakes digest quickly sad easily and rest the stomach. lie certain to gat Kellogg'*— original Corn Fiakaa in the RED GKEKN package which baara •ignature of W. K. Kellogg, aator of Corn Flakaa. Koae are ine without itl corn slakes Ik aikwi of EULOCG'S MUMBLES aaj KELLOGG'S BRAIL aaala* mi BOTH FORGETFUL A certain young man wrote i following letter to a promi- nt business f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 July 1922

f * ,1 T t Sim ■ « WINNHBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 Sf i] I# ir-rt i i f ■ t!i# ' BH IS MR j; XJx ijM J * L* : % Our books are now closed for this season, and we are bidders for the cash trade. As a business proposi- tion, you buy where you can get the best goods for the least money. The next time you come to town give us a trial, for the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. - * . • If courteous treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you corns to see us. Every day [ will be "Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store. Yours for a good crop "1 k win • « as ^ * v- M ■ tl ,, wis f Wk: " * ; : *1$ is "Atf. Campbell's Big Five "Everything" Pay by Check Only Open a personal checking account and j ay all bills by check. An endorsed check is as good as a receipt. Currency carried in the pocket will surely be spent, and may be lost. Not so if you carry a check book. It cost you nothing and is of great service to you. M. &. P. State Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

T fry &?* IDitmsboto ffleekl# jSfjeto*. -NO. 47. 51- locratic Convention at Quitman Saturday WINN.SBOKO, WOOI> COUNTY, TKXAS. FRIDAY AUCUOT 4, 1922 _ER MAKING ^001) WITH EL RENO [i{ Home Kun> Features feme at El Kino Sunday Duncan Daily Eagle) i«Mned a three day se rflU,no Sunday l>y drop [tbe first game to the Rad- ii the score being 7 to 3. tj southpaw of East Tex- i [be mound for El Reno, Ply credited with pitching Ifame, keeping the hits attered through, hut an Ulome run with two on | of him. He struck out jtrfthe Du.iran batters. Ba- liWDsifiered the leading $1.25 PER YBAB Baby Wants Name, Not Gold,~l says mother. Quitman Texas, July 20, 1922 -Pursuant to call ot Hon. Alf Morris, chairman of the Demo- cratic Executive Committee of Wood County, the Democracy of ihe county assembled in the Dis- trict Court room at 2:30 p. in. Saturday, July 29th, and the house was called to order! oy Chairman Morris, who ex-' plained the object of the. meet- ing and declared the firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

z£ n WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 4, 1922 ! n j I 11 ■ If • ■ f-: I-# J \i Si?n i IF ' T • i ill . * HISTORICAL SKETCH OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON The life of Robert Louis Stev- frond; the poet, W. E. Henley; enson is almoaf coeoctensive with and the wt J-known critics and the last half of the nineteenth authors, Edmond Gosae and An- century. He waa bom in the drew Lung. middle of that century. (Nov. 13, 1850). and died a little be- .fore its end (Dec. 3, 1894). His birthplace was Edinburg; and in spite of many journeys hith- 4ir and thither, this city may be considered his permanent home until he lext Scotland for the Western Hemisphere. Almost from the cradle he showed that tendency to physi- cal weakness and insidious di- sease which pursued him all his life. As a result of delicate heal- th his schooling was irregular, and his early education chiefly drawn from wide general read- ing at home. Furthermore, in that harsh northern climate he was forced to spend most of hi3 tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 August 1922

WINNSBORQ WKEKLY NKWg FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1922 mmm—m f Our books are now closed for this season, and we are bidders for the cash trade. As a business proposi- tion, you uy w eie you can get the best goods for the least money. The next time you come to town give us a trial, for the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. If courteous treatment, high quality goods, for less money, appeals to you come to see us. Every day will be "Dollar Day and Bargain Day," on everything, at our store. Yours for a good crop Campbell's Big Five "Everything" mmm? The Man Who Has No Regrets These are the days when thousands of people regret they Idid not nave money. Homeless, penniless, without work, bit- | ter regiets are theirs for the money they might have l>ank- led but did not. The man who took time by the fire lock and llus an account at the First National Bank is the man lwho.se present is safe. Why don't you prepare for the fu- ture? You don't know what it will contain. But if you had cold...

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