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Thq Movement of Many PeoP
Vwbe a os Who
', lititherford Fair Ig vpendingi
'flaym in the city.
, lIufs Ilutchinlmol, of Union,
in tilo city.
M. J. It Fulmer visitod her pat
0nt' in Newherry lant-week.
Mi190 Carrie Jonex, Gortrudo Cat
iwlo,, Mr4, 1'. E. Hcott and. Mrs. M
K. Sligh leave today for Itock 111 t
attend the l0edeiation- of Woman
Mr. li1rry Ihobettmonl, of Ciarlef
ion, W visitiig at Mr. Jamen N. M
hIHx(!m Nall MeCitughtrin, milne
W'ilHOll 1111iNfMrs. P. 1,. HPOUltrfi
111te14i'ilig th11 I'V0tiVal inl 81part11
bilrg, J41,trned oin Hatiur'day.
Mim 111o(rn11 willim rtrmfigo
oil 11 1111-4II)111Y1 I'i~i i 4l i4i1
wNml jihfe h h n lding Ill
figi l Marionl Will iilmo I'sonil Vi
in him, il i t hitiiin Boizinill- ,
Vhn .. visiled Ilhe Illimlily of1M A
W.Ilf t.liIlim al, wf!tk.
Mhf141'M. (1. I(fl. HmIith, A. \
10ii 11 W it It. Si ili, .11r, of ("1ha4
II-1S, visili'l Air. W . It, Riiil's 'l ii
111H ieekc m1114 loiok i ll fhll giami .
hlill lonl NSl i1-iy.
Th %r will v pIielie illnoi l iem. i
wit h til he '1losing e e .ss of i
.l hi114i. Av inivn i eh oi , innol i |
hly Mis limm lIIl Klay, o Hi nn11111ily 4
OHiHwek Adlre-sseH will bei nm'
by Col. WV. *11. i1i1111 11111 Mr.. W . i
Hligh ' The p b111lie is vo lially imvik
to be 1i.4141 t(111.
Nir. umrON 1.pp' 4 r.imlev- .I
.411-141k by ligtilil)i' 0 wli . ly ilst wm.
tidi cmisit'li bly inl.jill-1. 04.' 1 n
.y t1o on iwai4. 's ill tih hous. Ell Nit. Iillh i
Nil . tosc'Wie l sli 11 11 i ti it. \W n
iilli ols h gveli , . Io 1111 4lii vilie,
Thel( C. N. & L,. ratilnmwl hinlo-d
I'sw whivolblllrm-r vs ol* dirl insl wel,
Hhntion. A elotid was solmin il l
we1it IA . f l. itr arain wolild conil
Work Was Hnail m11led Ipohlinly to i1
iglinl inill So ill Cim inl i'.o
i itid(I it lon s Int)( rilinl.
M'r-. and MrsH. It. 0. 14"I).ing atteni
fidl theii tho l 1t 1 (lon ron1)1 t til.ot0
lolomll lal Iuda, y.HXi'ly.
The mlollu 'vriold" of Col. ii
H. 1on- will ro.joico to lrnth1
h to is toiIly n ofemv rig From his
eill ovilrS o illaovss.
''he U'r lnion of Mit. 11011
wvill have its rilgilarll. 11- n 'mling Il At
lithel Auandmmy ilm next l1'ridiy notf
ntoonl 4.'lok Wo It.1nen this loct
1i1ion 1 s s llenvlling i 1 umh'r11)o yti
will olln hm i it Ipmstiio to fiteo
pliml 1mn111-e gisild 1,11r its lmlol ibers,
l . M. .. S 1411-111in ts tw vert,
rnlii rt' tli itegsu and91) ils t Il
postn 011the Cxchnge bank
1hWif itronk bynLitedinA m
Wlen- Ib.visami Nath(an 9endsn T
wa9nted (fort vioa tonQ~ o 19nin
* They hagren991i9o com witlah o reig
Mr,t~ .inO.~' ~l..1 I..pis~ro annoy e'f
coth tnly etiherb9g.
hisl fot- enttitty st9etviso. T
anl 1thied Mto lithel nemi nmy ves
sancsflly thepat esio cos
he colonFia.Sh a n
im usy eeeced fo n ot erye e
A !ID MOI
Tie If . ,-I'
Th ferald Newf% tated ih
F r01iday's i Je ,t iAndrv Carnegie
hal.offored to givj,41,000.00 to tile "
technological departi4 t of Newberry e
college on conditioph that the college a
raise $10,000.00 for the endowment, '
As .0on as this wnA made known the to
stahding committee of the boprd of P'
trustees' f6rmed a committee. to be
- known as the ways and means com- tl'
0 mittee for the purpose of devising "f
wayp and means to meet the condi- gt
tions made by Mr. Carnegie in his hE
W gift an,l also to see what could he
- done to eenire thocontribution of $25, e
000.0) from D)r. PeronIl'IIIH. This W,
o comlinitle iS eomiposed of )r. Seher- "'
r or, Ilotn. ()eorge H. Mower), I)r. 0. 1. E
M1yer, Col. W. 11. IhIint , (and Dr. a
(jeorge 11. Cromer. It took it eom
I IitteP olly a f'PW 11011 to ri llie i
,$10,000.00, anld Mvr. Carnegie was I
il lotified 1t his prOposition 1had b the
r-. Th'im montle(y wam rilisted fromt thle
if peopl(l of the city, IgaIljI of(14 Of de- se
. 110111 inationlal i liat s. falct, N
the people (of' Nvwherry regiArd New- d'
f. hImrry 1 college 114 their institution atd ni
)- havoe Ilways respilndfled nobly and Pt
Y prompt11ply if? ally (-fill tha11 was 1nad141o
o' f or le intl lit ioll fund ite respollse
fil this (welnsiton is buI e n lilt ive vvi..
1 11-.1141 If the fuel. 1i14t , lt( illterest ill
w lii (1l4-gil is its l(eln 11s it halt ever. r
t- hwven mid ihial the lif-Ople ofl (his efom..n
oi ItitiI.y lppreviinto Ihe good work thatI'
Ie th islifition is doiig inl their midst. th
1,1ol l' lp h e l-Irms Ofl D)r. PearIIson's,4
41 4of1'f4er, it will bep necepSsary ito raise4 a
$I0,000.00 ndbli(iiil t smeIe r th li(
wi $25.li00.00 whi he pilloses to give. si
h 'his commtl iillef. is fit wOrk Oni the i
11- r1in11f Imlniy Il t plrs n Il1 I 'l
I,. if l i. 'ritils fi 11111 collvgv in Other
(I par1-S il', lh( Still( unad ('lsewhefre will
vhil-114 itn fr ar s Ilhey shimlbl, tis C,
tunywill be raIisi even beforwe theli!
It o m nc m a in ll n 11f this can111
k he done, it will be i hiling eelebra- Cl
I lion of Ilie Semi-Coiteninlial of tile 0
o ltt ildiig oll the college whill iti H IV
11 r to elebrille at tle 4OmEnin11l- NI
1v elmnilt inl .fiiine.I
. It, these w ftwounds enn be secur
e(d, it will help very materially In
I- enlarging the work and influence of SI
i- the college and the friends of the col- 12
logo everywhere should take hold of pi
. this opportunity, better to equip the
it itiution to do the good work which
- it has1 done and is doing. s(
4 0hange of Schedule. be
I. Newhorry, S. C., April 28th, 1906. ill
To all concernedl- :
kI F1ective Siniday April 29th, at
a 12.01 A. At. the Soulleri Rwy traitns
i- will leave Newborry ats follows:
No. 15 West hotind 8.36 A. M. to
d Ni. I I Wiest bound 12.55 P. M.
.8 Noi. 12 'llast boun11d 1.35 P. M-! m1
No. 1li lCast bond 1.016 'P. M.
a1 latern t'ime111. All bo~ governeod tie
b, 4'"Inl ingly. . W
.las P. heel, Agnt- in
1'r Alis Na rrie I hi 1ord1's schoo04l ini (is- M
(1r4't unmherl~ ix 1 hasI closed,( after pr
8 Iimv inhg (augh I a very su1cessfu term M
atis Iv uV4't 111 has ( decided 1to ive to1 them
" peophle mi generaltt a pienie ini the grove or
dii ad,joiing 1 tile schoeol groun11ds, on Nat
Ii neany Mfay 19th. .One 1and4 all are
in vi ted to) attend11. (Come andii brinlgh
a1 well tilledl bas1ke.ts. A pleasant1 111 tie
As ant atr ma'th (iwe shall1 ex'pect
r'alhet (' shrdin hrd4Ihirdlnbrld1ufwy
At Opera House.
Thei& famou101s Cresent1 Comiedy Conm-t
pny b)eganl a wIeeks engagement ini
a the opera house 1last night1.
The openinig play, '"The Turn of
It (te Dice" was wiell rendered1 and( Coin
a I ainetd maniy pleasinig novellties. In
8 tat, it is a high class show andl up..
1I to-dayl n1 1very res8pect.
T'1'lo Illowjing is ai list o,f thie plays to
.1 he preeen4'Ited duiniig the remlainling
hi 'liTsdaiy. In te Shaidow of the Guil
*t lot inc ; WednesdIay, Kentucky 61i;
Thm'sday. T1hie liondmuan; Friday, Nell.
e ('ny nie Satuiirday aift ernoion, Mati
nuighit Tlhie meInI oft Jitutown. am
his~1 i' high prieed shuowi at popu- Cl
hlar prices. Pricos, 15, 25 and 35) cnts. i
P Mr, James0 D). Hlutchinison,'of OEl
t-'ubia, and Miss Idai T. Turniipseed,
d iaughter of Mr. J, 0. Turniipsoed, of
.' orida, wvere married at (the resi
Sdence otf Mr. T. W. HIuehina~, in
a1 liigh Poinit on Sunday afternoon at e
O4 (1'clock by the R1ev. 0. X. Wright, ni
The couple left en the 9 ofelock A
Itrain for C'ohunbia where Mr. Hateh- a
uson501 holds a position on1 the police h
TWISTED T=B TIGNI'S rAIL.
3d. the Tiger DIdn't GroW-4ew.
berry Played a Fine Gasto-..
Too Much for the Paraeti
Newherry twisted the tige.s tail
iturday afternoon and the aimal
ver growled. Private infohnation
iked out that the fierce and firious
emson Tigers always expect t6 have
eir colors trailed wlien they- come
this city and on that account were
epared to meet defeat.
Holland's bunch are on their toes
ese days and it is well for the best
them to look to their laurels. The
me began with Newberry at the
t and wlien the smoke had cleared
ray, there were two runs up t6 her
edit. Clenison eould do nothing
th Crouch, and Lee, Bissel and Eli1
r all wenl' out without reaching
I'Nt batw, I t le thiii:d Newberry
till added inlothier to her list ai1
emson1 hasn''t even hand at smell at
i first base. This was rather mean.
it Croneh had it in for theim. fi
o fourthli, however, by a combina
m of errors, Clemson managed to
W'k II man around without 'the
rateli of a hit Already before this
-whierry with a Iit Boozer and some
m) pilying ol the part of the far
Ws hiald rsh1ed two Imlenl across the
fte. When the sixthi opened, there
,ked as if there would be a storn.
11haniss openled with a1 (ripple and11
is sit ing (ilie ly, on l e t lird saek
lenl Boozor (1rove a i nie one to left
I I wo hags more, wVak stick woric
Newberry fIiiled to score mIore
IM 0ne whiei they should have ha.1
ree. It. was il tlie sixth that Clem
it got iii her work. A man hit by
i tehr hall ai t wo singles scored
Sagaiif Ile locals. After the
di, there was nothiig doing for
her side. Pinal score. Newber ry 0.
Local Players Records.
A. B. I. H. S. 0.
Ibniiss 5 2 4 0
mzer 5 2 3 0
'y5 0 1. 3
5 ) 1
vi'll 5 1) 0 3
essinger 5 0 1
Idenlbanlgl 5 1 1 0
icker 5 1 1 3
)OVer 4 0 0 2
Hits, Newberry 12, Clems)n, 4.
ruek out by Crouch 15, by Gelzer
. Time of game two hours. 'Un
re, J. S. Baiely, of Greenwood.
The List Game.
Positively the last gane of the sea
n will be pl)ayod this. afternoon and
morrow afternoon between New
irry and oimdDson. this will l'e. an
leresting game and there should be
The Herald and News had hoped
have a full roll of the delegates ele
d to thet couniity convenitioni which
'ets at Nwberry next. Monday but
were unlable to get it yesterday.
Th'le offticers of t he Factory club
tre given (1n last F'riday. TPhe plart
list of delegates is printed else
Th'le C'arolina club elected Geo. S.
ower. prVesident, L. W. Jones Vice
esidlent, and1( .Tno. KC. Anll, sec'retary.
r. An JIohnst one anmd Mr. L. WV.
noes who had servedl as pre'sident:
d secr'et ary respiect ively sinace the
~anizat ion of the clht twenity-eight
a rs ago, hot h asked to he relieved,
'sohitions1 of apreciat ion ot' their
tg and faithful serge~es were adopt
The Young Mien 's cluh elected N.
Jones president TI. HI. Pope secre
The Jalapa club elected S. M. Dun
d president and Hix Connor secre
The Jolly Street club elected P. B.
lesor president and M. N. Werts
Garmnany club elected B. F. Cannon
esidniet and B. B. Leitzsey secre
Other clubs are mentioned else
We hope that all the clubs will
nd us their delegates in time to
'it the complete list in Friday's
We desire to express our thanks
d( appreciation of the kindness of
rv friends and nieighbors during thme
ness sand death of our grandson,
reddie Shealy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ie r Shealf.
Jno. J. Crooks.
The annuki meeting of the sloe'k
ilders of the Farmer's Oil Mill will
nvene May 10, being the third Wed
aday, at 11 o'clock in Newvberi'y.
II stockholders are urged to aitte3nd
theie is busiuess of importance to
eonalderedt . W. C. Brown,
Satutday In Nwry Wit
Several Ruslan aneorp
Who Will Probably get
ti colony this County
Commissidner of Immigrantion E. J
Watson das In the city on Saturday
and had with him five or six lussian
emigrants who have come here with
the view of forming a colony. They
are very much pleased with this see
tion of the state and will, in all pro.
bability locate. If they do, this wit
be the first settlement made in the
Piedmont section of the State. They
are educated Russian farmers and
have money to buy their own lands,
and if they are pleased, will bring
others of their country men of the
sam1e character with them.
In connection with their work in
farming, they will probably engage
in cattle raising.
Mr. Watson While he was here visit
ed the cheese factory .of Mr. S. P.
Mr. Watson was instrumental in
establishing the first cheese factories
in this state and is therefore much in
terest in their success.
Mr. Crotwell will send sonic oni his
product to have it tested and if- it
comes up to theotest, as it probably
will, he can then secure a market be
yon.1 the local market.
1,ettes renmailning in the Postoffice
Week ending April 28, 1906.
A-Flora Adderson. 10. E. Anderson.
1-S. Ml.- llowler.
C-Calie Camls, Janite Chappel, Anler
I-Carrie Doiiinick, Tally Darby.
([-Iins Geater, Mattie (lingsh, C.
Il--linny 1fill, Jan V. liller, Lcona
I Ia rris.
.1-M. L. Jones.
M11--.John MAiller, lary MlcKee, Corn
MAheain, Rena Meady, Manda Mance.
S-J. P. Scott, J. B. Spearman, Henry
T-Susie Thompson, Ella Thompson.
All persons calling for these let
ters will please say they wei'e adver
C. J. Purceli, P. M.
OURTED HER ON TRAPEZE.
"Yes," Milly Said to Billy after the
Plung'.-Romances of the Ring
and the Midair.
News and Courier.
"Are there any romances among
the circus performances?"
- ''Millions of them,'' said Tody Ha
milton, dIropping into alliteration
from force of habit. '' Reveries and
romances, romances that ar'e recher
che, rest ful, ret ransforming and re..
verbera ting, romnances that are''
'Hold on, there!I'' interrup)ted the
caller, ' 'This isn't for next year's
programme of the greatest show on
earth, nor even an advance notice
for thec towvn you 'll hit after leaving
the Gmarden. I just happened to ask
if you hiad any romances among your
people: more idle curiosity pro0fmpted
the qtuest ion, not a desire to hear
everything there is in the dictionary
under R. Suppose I had asked if you
h'ad any love a ffairs. IHow 'd you
put it then?''
'Love?' ' Lots, lurid, languid, lan
guorous, love, listlessly lisp)ing lads
''That 'a worse than R. Now, Col.
Hamilton quit it. Forget that you
are a press agent, the dean of press
agents, and tell just a plain, unvar
nished tale, not for publication. Are
there any romances among the cir
''You promise faithfully t hat this
won't be printed, that I may talk to
you frankly without adjectives?''
''Heavens, wvhat a relief! It seems
too good to be true. But remember,
not a word for the public prints. You
are not to betray my confidence and
expose my naked language to the pub
lic, (divested of all those warm, 'wool
len, interweight wvords which are wont
to wrap it within their wrap. andl
Thme press bureau stenorgrapher
took that last down automatically and
stuck it into the W pigeonhole for
future use. But it was evident that
Tedy Hamilton had not intended to
say anything of the sort.-thiat he (lid
not realize that he had said it.
''Of course, there are romances.
When two youimg people, a man and a
woman, are in daily association p*er
forming prodigies of valor and( sh'ar
ing the cornmon peril of-remember
yon have prmised not to print the
skeleton ~tdhk-shmaring the common
danger of perilous performances de
nI Riewberry College to VAv LIt
lsanqut *t OOgmeMOMent-r-' I
rangements 1eing Made.#
The comnittee having in charge
the arrangements for the Newberry 'I
College Alumni banquet to be given clui
on Wednesday,. ni'ght, June 13, of bui
commencement week, has sent invita- Io
tions to all the alumni and members the
of the board of trustees of the coP,ege Th(
who do not live in town. During the fic
week the committee will, cali on the Mil
resident alimni and e;pects them to Dei
respond liberally in the purchase of ure
tickets for themsolves and for use an<
by the committee. The banquet is titl
to be given by the resident alumni
and citizens of the town' to the es
faculfy, board of trustees of the col- Sh
lege, visiting . alumni and invited j.
It is part of the-programinie for the De
celebration of the semi-centennial of ,)
the college. It should be a great oc- of
casion and every one of the four clul
hundKed alumni should be present. '
noting the acme of nerve allied with sol
the perfection of intelligent and care- De
fiul training; when, I say, two such the
people are in daily association there by
is bound to be engendered in their S.
breasts a feeling of warm regard, I hal
may say a sense of love for each other rat
lasting lifelong love, leading''- 1
Whistle for blrakes.- You got wa
started very well that time, -although ma
it was in a pr,etty high key.''
''Now here's the reverse of that. cal
There are never any scandals in the
circus. Did you ever hear of a clown .
suing or being sued for a divorecT
"Or of a trapeze artist asking the J
Courts for a separation or for the '.
eustody of the children? You never wil
did. The circus has become the great 7th
conserver of domestic life in America. cle
"The performers are all in the fain- vei
ily groups. If a woman has a nian
to assist her in an absorbing sensa- B.
tional, death-defying feat, that mIan
is her husband, brother or father,
spmetimes a son.
"Look at that woman on the
trapeze 'way up there just under the NO
roof? Now, look 'at that clown watch- wal
ing her? He is her husband.'' toil
spangles was resting after a flying u
act in which she had swung thirty
feet or more through the air to be
caught by her own brother who, hang- f
ing by his legs to another trapeze,
had swung to meet her.
He had twisted her around in the yea
air and sent her flying back to her va
perch. As she sat there she did ber
something unconsciously to h6r back
hair, grabbing the comb with the
thumb and first three flngers and
working it up and down, letting the yh
little finger wave in the air. Ing
Every woman 4oes that same thing
in exactly that same way, no matter
wvhether she is sitting in a roceking G
chair darning socks or sitting astride
a trap)eze in pink tights. But seeinggu
her (10 it was corroborative evidlence'
of Tody Hamilton 's assertion that the
pierformers arc all domestic aind that
the circus is the greatest eonserver all
of family life. or
That flightf througlm the air to see~
brother and back agajn wvas nothing
comnpared to the giant swing by the
heels that she w~as about to make. Tt
was for that that the clown huishand
was watching, just as lhe had watched fat
at every performance for many sea- p
That 's one advantage of being aCa
clown; you can stop) short at whateverB
you 're doing and1 stare at the roof, f
and the audience thinks it's part of
your act ; that you are merely' get
ting ready to appear to be surprised
when the slap stick comes down hard L
from behind. On the day of the pri- L
vate lecture on marital felicity by T.
Hamilton tl;e elowvn husband happen-th
ed ,to be boating a two man power
donkey wiih a roll of rubber bologna E
when the time came for the giant aI
sw'ing. He knew that it was time, d
because the band stopped playing
suddenly, as it alwvays does when '
somebody aloft is about to do a stunts
that is puartieularly risky and sensa-be
tional. e ral
For Supervisor- .. es
I hereby announce myself a candli
date for Supervisor for ~Newberry
county. Subject to the Democratie 00'
primary. - J. C. Dominiek. tI
For Treasurer: I
Jno. L. Epps is hereby announced
for county Treasurer to succeed him
self. -Subject to the Dem'ocratie pria
____ ____ ____rigli
.Except for Mr. Ltyon 's controversy
with Senator Tihlllan little has been F01
hieardi lately from the dispensary in- al
vestigating committee. Possibly it is Newi
the quiet that always precedes the
Tugsdsy, May 1, 1900.
ble Mountain DemocratiC. Olub
asses Some Isid1tions Endor..
sing Senator TilUman.
'he Little Mountain Democratic
n met in the Little Mountain schbol
Iding, Saturday evening, April 28,
6, at 4 o'clock. Mr. B. H. Miller,
president, called the club-to order.'
club then proceeded to elect of
rs for another year. Mr. B. 'H.
ler was elected piesident, J. B.
-rick secretary, J. E. Shealy, treas.
r. The club list was then revised,
contained 100 members, this on
ed the club to four delegates.
'he following were,chosen delegat- - -
to the County Convention: J. E.
-aly, S. E. Boland, J. K. Derrick,
k. Shealy. Alternates: Pat Bolandp
rge Shealy, J. E. Monts, J. B.
. B. Derrick was elected member
the executive committee from this
'lie following resolution was intro
ed, and passed unanimously: Re
ved, That the Little Mountain
mocratie Club heartily endorses
manly and courageous stand taken
Senator B. R. Tillinan, in the U.
Senate, and his noble fight in be
f of a just and honest Railroad
?esolved, Second, That this Club
rnly endorses Senator B. R. Till
11 for reelection to the U. S. Senate,
'lie Cl) adjourned subject to the
of the President.
B. H. Miller,
B. Derrick, President.
)emocratic County Convention.
'he Democratic county convention
I meet in the Court House on May
at 11 A. M. for the purpose of
1ting delegates to the State con
tion and other business.
S. S. Cunningham,
B. Leitzsey, Chairman.
TICE..-All persons are hereby
rned not to employ Houston Shel
as lie is under contract with me
il August 1, 1906.
INTTED-Lady or gentleman of
air education to travel for firm of
0,000 capital. Salary $1,072 per
r, payable weekly. Expenses ad
tced. Address Geo. G. Clows, New
ry, S. C.
RMERS BRING ME YOUR Seed
Vhy do you carry your seed else
3re, do you make anything by do- 4
so. * Farmers. Oil Mill,
J. H. Wicker, Mgr.
VE The Laurens Laundry a trial.
aund(ry sent Thlursdlay. Work
OK H~ERE FAR.MERS---Wheni
on are through lanit ing, binlg me
the seed you have left over, Shu.
500, I want thenm,
Farmers Oil Mill.
.J. HI. Wicker', Mgr~.
LNTED-Marklet pigs from 80 to
40 pounds, fat sheep andl lambs,
beet cattle. Highest cash price
3 for same. Write or call on E.
aniss, Newber'ry, S. C.
)YOLE REPAIRINGCall on us
atr Bicycle sundries and repairs.
1 (10 your repairing promptly andl
Cromer & McGraw.
UBENS LAUNDRY--Best by test.
r'y for yourself and be convinced
it is the best.
[NG your laundry to The H'erald
id News Olllee if you want it laun
W. Reagin has bought the shoe
101p on Friend street wvhiich has
I Owned by WV. Hi. Blats for sev
years and will take possession on
first of May. Mr. Blats will con
te to work for Mr. Reagin and so
s the continuedl patronagd of his
'TON SEED--Want to buy all
itin on Seedyou have left from
tin. Wll pymarket price.
rosp)erity Cotton Oil Mill Co.
EN You have that ''tired feel
"and have no energy try
w 'a Pure Malt. It will build you
tup. For' sale at the
6, RENT--Attradive and desir
le residence on Calhoun street,
berry. Apply to.
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