Newspaper Page Text
Novements of Many People, New
herrians and Those Who Visit
Miss Eleanor Kinard, of Ninety Six,
is visiting Miss Brooksie Dennis.
Miss Sallie Bell Buford is visiting
friends at Clinton.
Mr. J. W. Caldwell has left Altus,
Okla., for Blair, Okla.
Mrs. Bernice Martin leaves Thurs
day for Bartow, Fla.
J. R. Fair-has returned to Newberry
after a 'short visit to ,the city.-Spar
tanburg Journal, 20th.
Mrs. R. J. Watts is improving at the
hospital in Columbia, 'her many friends
wiil be glad to learn.
Mrs. J. N. McCaughrin and Miss
Fannie McCaughrin leave Thursday to
visit Mrs. C. E. Stuart at Bartow, Fla.
Mr. Martin L. Bullock, of Newberry,
spent several days last week with his
diaughter, Mrs. Hil.I.-Laurensville
Dr. Z. T. PInner; of Pomaria, left
Monday for New York, where he will
spend some time in the New York
post graduate school and hospital.
Mrs. S. P. McCarty and children, of
Easley, are visiting hier p4rents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Perry, accompanied by
Mr. J. P. Perry.
Steward George Y. Hunter, of Pros
perity, and Chancellor George S. Mow
er, will take part in the institution of
the Daleho consistory, a high Masonic
body, in Charleston ton-ight.
Mr. Thomas Bullock and little son,
after a pleasant visit to relatives in
Laurens and Newberry, fhave roturned
to their home in Detroit, Texas.-Lau
rensvi-11Q Herald, 20th.
Misses Leila and Dell. Dennis have
moved from the country and are now
making their home with their sister,
Mrs. E, P. Whitman and Mr. Whitmad
Mr. D. A. Livingston bas returned
from his trip to Jacksonville, Tamipa,
~Key West and Cuba. He left his trip
partner1 Mr. Lawson --Paysinger, at
Jacksonvil.1e, upon tetur ng thence to
g~o to LaMe City for a couple weeks.
Dr. George B. Crcomer is e*pected to
attend the 'meeting of the, South Caro
lina Bar 'association in Col-umbia on
* Ja-nu4ary 26 and 2'7 and to respond to
the toa,st, "The' Bench." The gover
nor is on the list to respond to the
toast of "South Carolina."
Messrs.. T. E. Wicker, Jno. T. Crom
2 ~er and Abhi Sligh went to Laurens
Sunday on their motor-cycles and
spent the day with Mr. Thos. H. Crom
er and famni'ly. They made the- trip in
one hour and thirty mina-tel going,
and in 1.33 returning. Distance by
K speedometer, 33 2-10 miles.
* ~ I. H. Hunt, of Niewberry, is one of
the coming 'men. He showed up to
splendid 'advanftazge at the convention
in his home town. Brother Hunmt is a
real Odd Felloyw, the kind wh'o, at
tends is own lodge regularly, and ev
ery other Sithin reach, and is at ev
ery meeting of the conv'ention of his
district. In addition; he is a' valuable
working member of, the grand lodge.
South Carolina Odd Felow.
* Mr. M. Q. Chaippell, fertilizer inspec
tor for Clemson c4lege, was in Beau
fort this week on official bus;iness. His
territory consists of the thre~e coun
ties. Beaufort, Colleton and. Hampton,
with headduarters at Walterboro. Mr.
Chappell spe-aks in coimplimentary
terms of conditions at thie Hull p-lant
near Port Royal. Mr. T. L. Caves ac
comnpanied Mr. Hull on his official
rounds while 'the latter was in the
co'mmunity.--Beaufort Democrat , 0thi.
/ TARIOUS AN ALL ABOUT.
Mr., J. R. Greene left yesterday for
St. Louis. The Summer-Wise Co. will
receive a,carload of mules this week.
The social meeting o~f the Bachelor
Maide with Miss Lois Goggans has
* been changed to Thursday at 4 o'clock.
I1here will be a called meeting of
the bra'ton Rutherford chapter, U.
D. C., in' e, ibrary room on Tuesday
af ternoon at 4.34. o'clock.
Whi's at ~his dufges one day last
week as janitor of the court house Mr.
W. S. Mann knocked the ,top of one of
his knuggjles off, giving~biea a painful
and inconvenient wound.
The Herald and News of Nend'erry
-makes the statement that oni Mond~ay
it added 80 subscriptions paid in ad
vance. The people of Newberry ap
preciate a good paper.-Allendale
In Andierson county last week an
-Elberton jeweler married a girl whose
first name is Ruby. He had an eye
for jewels--eWberry Herald and
News. No, she is from Elbert county,
*Ga., and is an Elbeirta peach.--Ander
-o ne~ele.Te h sset
soKnefgne.Te h sset
THE PARK PLAN.
A Simple Method of Building the Park
in Which Every Citizen May
Have a Part.
The following is the plan which will
be subini,ted to the -eople of New
bl-rry for the establishment of the
park, about which a great deal has
been said in The HeraAl and News. It
is desirable for many reasons that the
park association should be chartered
by the State, and controlled by the
white -people of Newberry.
It was thought best to have the sub
scriptions in small figures so that
every citizen ,who has a spark of civic
pride, may be give the opportunity
and the privilege of having a part in
this work whioh means so much for
There ought, at least, to be 1,000 per
sons in Newberry who -would desire
at least onte share of the stock which
is to be raised for this work. The pay
menits will be small, and spread over
several months, and there is no citizen
in Newberry who could not subscribe
for at least onie shaxe.
We have in mind a number of citiz
ens 'whom we expect to take as many
as fifty shares of stock, but we want
to give a4 opportunity to every citiz
en to ;take one share, at least, ;who
wants to have a part in this work, be- 1
fore they will be permitted to sub
scribe 50 shares.
The whole amount of this money will
not be needed for the land that we now
'have options on, but it is hoped that
in the near future this park may be
extended along this creek from the
railroad to Glenn street.
These subscription blanks are at the
office of The Herald and News and
may be seen by any persons who are
interested, and those who desire to
subscribe may do so by calling at the
It should be remembered th.t Mr.
Burton has agreed to take 60 shares
of the stock and by putting in his Yand,
of course, will give us a good start.
It is desired that the white citizens
of the town of-New berry, S. C., should
have the advantgge of a park situated
near the centre of the town.
The land necessary for such a park
can 'be obtained at a reasonable price
by the purchase of a strip of land on
both s'ides 'of Sco'tt's creek, between
Calhoun pand Oonlege streets.
It is deemed best and advisable to
,have said park owned and controlled
by an oi\ganizaition duly chartered un
der the laws of the State of 'So,uth
It is proposed to make the capital
stock of said corporation $10,000, di
v'de~d into one thousand shares of the
par value of $10 each.
The land purchased for said park
shall be and remain in the absolute
possession and under the manadgement
and control of tihe proposed corpora
tion,, so .long ss the said land shaHl be
used for a park, but in case it should
cease to be used for that purpose, then
and in that ievent the stockholders of
the proposed -corporation shall each
have an interes~t therein according to
thie numnber of silares of stock 'helti at
/F'or the purposes above mention:ed
we, th4 undersigned, hiereby surbscribe
the number of shares set opposite our
resp'ective names to the capital stock1
of the proposed corporation, payable
twenty per cent. when the commission
is issued to the corporatore, and 10 per
cent. thereof every thirty days until1
paid in fuli.
FRED HOUSEAL KILLED.
Newhew of Dr. W. G. Houseal, of This
City-Was Engineer and Met
Death in 3[emphis.
Dr.' W. G. Houseal on Saturday re
eived the following . te'legram an
nouncing the fatal injury of his neph
ieW, in Memphis, Tenn.:
"Memphis, Jan. 20.
"F'red Houteal was fatally injured in
Illinois Central yards -here tonight at
11 o'clock. Expired instantly."
Mr. Fred Houseal was a son of the
late Jno. I. Houseal, formerly of New
erry. Mr. Jno. I. Houseal was a
brother of Dr. W., G. Hous'eal, of this
city. He died not long ago at his
home in Memphis.
Mr. Houseal, who was killed on
Friday night, was an engineer on the
Illinois Central. 'He is survived by a
wife and three cbhildren.
The hack of Jake Sanders, colored,
was considerably smashed whien it
was thrown against a telephone 'post
in Friend street, at The Herald and!
~News 'building, yesterday afternoon.
T b orse came down Caldwell street
and.acrss the Methodist church lawn.
No one. was i-n the hack.
IFor Selling Whiskey.
George I'Smith, colored, was before
the mayor 'yesterday morning on the
charge of s4 Iling liquor, and was sen
tenced to paiy $50 or to serve 320 days.
K. OF P. BANQUET.
Will Be Held at Crotwell Hotel, Fol
lowing Public Installation of
The annual banquet of Newberry
lodge, No. 75, Knights of Pythias, will
be given in the dining room of the
Crotwell hotel, following the public
installation of officers in the castle
hall, in Fraternity building.
The installation will begin -at 7.45
o'clock, and will be by Grand Chancel-I
lor J. Wal;Per Doar, of Georgetown,
assisted by Grand Prelate Frank S.
Evams, of Greenwood.
The banquet will begin promptly at
Members who will accompany
friends. to the banquet are cordially
urged to bring them to the castle fisll
for the public installation and all
members 'are urged to be on time.
In addition to Grand Chancellor
Doar and Grand Prelate Evans, the
visitors will include Supreme Repre
sentative M. L. Bonham, of Anedrson;
Grand K. of R. and S. C. D. Brown, of,
Abbeville; A. M. Deal, of Columbia,
district depu~ty grand chancellor; Geo.
W. Dick, of Sumter, chairman of the
ways and means committee, and the
Rev. L. J. Bristo9r, of Abbeville.
BACK FRON NUEVA GERONA.
Mr. D. Harry Witherspoon Returns to
Florida From the Isle of
After spending. three months in the
West Indies Mr. D. H. Witherspoon
has returned to Miami.
In a letter advising the papers
changed to-his present address Mr.
Witherspocon says he is always glad
to see The Heraild and News. He
wrteis an interesting and entertain
ing letter, a paragraph of which is
copied here for the pleasure and bene
fit of oAer readers:
"We had on.y'-three mail boats
weekly from Havana--or rather from
Battabano, 33 miles by rail across
Isle of Cuba from Havana, South-and
I only got a Herald and News semil
ocasionally, and a week old; but gol
ly! elach copy received was a treat
most Irefreshing to one out on a 40
miles squarie isand surrounded on -all
sides by w?aters of the Caribbean sea a
G0V. BLEASE'S STAFF.
Newberry is Represented by Colonel
J. Narion Davis and Lieutenant
Colonel John K. Aull.
Gov. Blesse yesterday announced
the .personmel of his official staff, as
With the rank of colonel: J. Marion
Davis, Nevberry; judge advocate geln
eral, John M. Cannon, Lauren's; com
missary general, Ivy M., MaulIdin, Pick
ens; surgeon general, J.-William Wes
singer, Lexington; chief of ordnance,
AMred A. Richar-dson, Barnwell.
Aides with the rank& of colonel:
Charles N'e/hax, Ricbland; - J
Maxwell Richardson, Aiken; Charles
J. Epps, Horry.
Aides-de-camp with rank of lieu
tenant colonel: John P. Grace, Char
leston county; E. W. Ableg Saluda
county; James G., Long, Jr., Union
:ounty; C. E. Tolly, Anderson county;
. G. Barron, Ohester county; W. A.
Kirby, Dorchester county; J. P. Oar
lisle, Gre.envil'le county; B. G. Lan
drum, Spartanburg' county; J. C. El
iott, Lancaster county; T. Lewis, Ma
rion county; I. . Appielt, Clarendon
ounty; W. 0. Stub-bs, Sniter c'outrty;
. Eheshire, Anidrson county; J. P.
eaga.n, Marlboro county; John K
Aull, Newberry county.
Col. J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
Cob. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, State
organizer for the State Farmers' un
ion, retusrned on Friday from Banvberg
ounty. He is much encouraged and
has been so successful that the union
has decided to extend the work of
reorganizing and rejuvenating the un
ion throughout the State. Gol. Hollo
way goes this y IeEk to Swansea and
other parts of Lexington county.
Negro Child Burned to Death.
On last Wednesday morning at
about 10.30 o'clock, James Gary, the
4-year-old son of Mel Gary, living on
Mr. L. C. Johnson's place in the coun
try, was fatally burned. The mother
of the child had it and two other chil
dren in the house while she went out.
Sauel Alsto'n discovered the acci
dent, finding the boy on the floor with
his cothies burned off. Dr. W. D. Senn
was called in and did al'l that he could
do for the little sufferer, but the flames
had done their dea.dly work. It was a
horrible death. The whole body of
the child was burned, even his tongue
Continues Another Week.
Mimnaugh's sale has been so suc
cessful an.d his customers so well
pleased that 'he has decided to con
tnue.i c.ae for an.other week.
DEATH OF N. P. ABRAMS.
Result of Terrible Accident Which He
Suffered on Last Wednesday
Mr. N. Pink Abrams died at his
home on Mr. L. W. Floyd's place,
above Longshore, in No. 6 townshi.,
on Friday afternoon as a result of the
terrible accident which he suffered on
Wednesday afternoon while grinding a
plow on an emery wheel, the plow te
ing caught in the belt and thrown to
the pulley overhead, knocking a piece
out' of te puilley and being hurled
down upon Mr. Abrams' head, crush
in.g the sku.ll and penetrating the
Mr. Abrams was buried in Rosemont
cemetery on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. His remains were laid to rest
with the ceremonies of the Woodmen
of the World, conducted by Long
shore camip, of which ?he was a me-n
ber, and with the services of the Bap
tist church, the Rev.'Geo. A. Wpight,
of Neweierry, and the Rev. E. 'C. Wat
son, of Bush Rivea church, officiating.
Mr. Abrams was a man of sterling
ch-aracter and of genial disposition,
and in his. death his friends feel a
Mr. Abrams was a native of -New
berry county, baving been born in the
Whitmire section about forty-eight
years ago. He has been twice r.mrri-d,
and has six children: Claude, Maude,
Boyce, Wilbur, Floyd and Ray. His
first wife was a Tau<.ghter of Mr. W. R.
Elmore, of Whitmire. His second wife
was Miss Verona Salter, of .Viughn
ville, a bride of the recaent -holidays,
she 'and Mr. Abrams having been mar
ried on Wedneldby, December 28, just
three .weeks before tbe terrib'le ac
cident which her husband suffered. Mr.
Abrams was a brother of Mr. H. 'H.
Abrams, of Newberry, and of Mr.
James F. Abrams and Mrs. McDuffi.
Metts, of Whitmire.
SU-1MER & HIPP GROWING.
A Well Known and Popular Furniture
Firm's Rapid Rise.
It does not take a discriminating
-public long to find out wh.o is who and
what is what, 'in the commaeircial as
well as in the social world. When the
~publc isees that a firm is handling 'ihe
best of goods at the most reasonable
prces, .they afre going 'to get a most
Mberal patronage. And when it
becomes known that such a firm is
also liberal in its dealings with oth
es and is possessed of broad-mrided
and generous edpirit, then the custom
es will take greater deiught in buying
what they need for living and conifort
and" make strenuous effort to pur
chase what they want for luxury and
effect. Friends and neighbors will
fol.low suit-when it comes to parlor
suit, itte.-4or they wil.l follow the
crowd, as gothing succeeds -like suc
esi; and money makes money. Sum
mer and H-ipp keep the right goods at
right prices, believe in. advertising and
public spirit, and their fair and square
dealing, -aiccommodation and push is
the 'slogan of, their success. Since
they have ina,ugurated a grand piano
contest$heir trade has bad a wonder
ful increase and they are reaping the
harvest of .tliieir sowing the seed of
food for thought at the proper time.,
Watch Summner & Hipp and 'help some
one get the piano.
' Death of a Little Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sligh lost their
4-year-old son on Saturday night In-.
terment at Ebenezer' cedietery Sun
ay afternoon at 3.30, the Rev. M. L.
Banks conducting the service.
MR. KLETTNER A MEMBER.
overnor Blease Appoints Delegates
Sto Southern Commercial Con
gress in Atlanta.
Delegates to the Southern Comnmer
cialI congress to be held in Atlanta on
March 8, 9 and 10 were appointed by
Gov. Blease as follows: Geo. F. Von
Kolitz, Charleston; Thomas F.
Bratley, Orangeburg; Jas. Stack
house, Marion; Sam J. Nichols, Spar
tanburg; H. Endel, Greenville.; Otto
Kle.tnr, Newberry: Dr. H. K. Aiken,
Laurens; JTno. .J. Seibels, Columbia;
Thos. B. Butler, Gaffney; C. J. .Sban
ion.. Jr.. Camden; D. S. Henders on,
Aikeni; Heniy C. Tillman, Greenwood;
J. Arthur Banks, St. Matthews; Jas. P.
arey, Jr., Anderson; Thos. Wilson,
J. Wilson Gibbes was appointed sec
retary of the committee with head
puarters 'at Columbia.
January 11. 1911, at the home of the
officiating minister. Rev. Jf. . Austi.,
Leesville, S. C.. Mr. D. A. Quattlebaumn
and Mrs. C. C. Gunter.
-Newherry Grocery (Co.
The Newberry Grocery company
has been commissioned with a capi
tal stock of $5,000. The petitioners
are J. L. Crooks, W. E. Crooks, Ida E.
Crooks and T. G. Drayton.
AUCTION SALE OF LOTS.
"Woodlawn" Cut Into Desirable Lots,
To be Sold at Public Sale on
Have you ever thought about this
'hat *-hen you buy real estate, and
especially Newberry real estate, the
principal is increasing, and earning
interZist at the same time? As long as
the South maintains its position in
the business world-and maintain that
position it will-so long will real es
tate in its business centres increase
in value. If you have not thought
much of Newberry property, you
should read every word of this an
nouncement. If you have thought and
read of Newberry real 'estate, you
should compare this with the other
opportunities you have had to invest
your savings. Those of us who live
around anywhere near, will eventually
be orwners of Newberiry property. Why
not invest now, and become a partici
pator of the many advantages offered
-railroads, schools, churches, good
roads and the best neighbors in the
At "Woodlawn," where so many
beautiful lots are offered for sale by
The Newberry Irsurauce and Realty
company, on Feb ruary 7, you will find
all these advantages. The location is,
without question, one of the best in
the city. The first question in buying
land is to know t?at the land is alight.
The next is to know that the company
you purchase from is alright. The
Newberry Insurance and Realty com
pany stands for the quality of the lots
they are offering for saile at "Wood
lawn," and will see to it that thenat
ural advantages please the sense of
the artistic, and that they stand up
permost in fhe esteem of the future
The land has been cut in desirable!
lots, Watch for publication of plats.
THE CANTATA "ESTHER."
Play Given With Such Splenjid Sue
cess Will be Repeated on Feb
It wil doubtkiss be of much inter
est, not only to t4ie people of this
city but also to thtose of the n,eighbor
ig to'wns, to learn tihat the canitata
"Estiher," which was given w~ith such
splendid success in the operla house
on Deebr 15, will be repea$ed on
Februlairy 24, by the OrpGeus club for
the benefit of the College Athletics as
sociation. It is seldp,m that the peo
ple of 'this 'section have such asn op
portunity to bear high-class' muisic,
and there will doubtimes be a .large
audience present on this occasion to
enjoy the treat v.ghich is in store for1
- Death of.a Child.
The 7-year-old son of the late Mr.
Sam. Johnson and his wife, who after
Mr. Johnson's d'eath married Mr.
Ewell Floyd, .of thes- Trinity section,
died yesterday, .and -will be buried at
Trinity at noon today, the services
will be conducted by. the Rev./D. P.
Rare Old Coin.
When quite a young man, Dr. J. C.
Halfacre-found a rar+old Sganish coini
on the old home place. It .bears the
impres of Carolus III, 1771, and
the words Dei-gratia. with a crown
and the inscription. Hispan-et-Inzd.
Rex. I. R. M. R. I.
IDon't let the opportunity presented
you now-this weiek-trickle through1
your fingers. If you are to win Thei
Herald and News "Cote piano" makej
your tracks on the sand 6f kontest~
WOMlAN AGENT WANTED. For
quick selling underwear specialties.
Ex'peiience unniecessary. Samiples
free. Liberal commissions. Busi
ness references required. 'Carl-Rose
Co., 366 Fifth Ave., New .York.
FOR SALE-Lot nice 'shoats weighin<g
30 to 80 pounds e'ach. Lot goats
cheap. L. W. Floyd. 1-24-4t
MARLEORO PROLIFIC corn $2.00 per:
bushel. Won first in its class at:
South Atlantic Corn exposition.
Made 865 bushels on a two horse
farm -in 1910. S. M. Duncan, New
berry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
AGEN'1gS WANTED-We want repre
sentaltives on every rural route and
in every village of South, Carolina
to take suibsc.riptions -for the Geor
gia-Carolina Agriculturist and
Weekly Chronicle. We pay liberal
commissions. Write for particulars
to Circulation Manager, Georgia
Carolina Agriculturist and Weekly
Chronicle, Augusta, Ga. 1-20-tf;
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Hus
WANTED--Your laundry work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Anne Ruff.'
The Price of Cotton and of Cotton
Seed In the Tarious Markets of
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Strict good middling ...........1
Good middling .................14
Strict middling .............14%,
(By Robert McC. Holmes). .
Strict good middling ............14%
Good middling ..................14%
Strict middling .............14%
(By C. J. Purcell & Co.)
Strict good middling ...........141
(By Summe %Bros.)
Cotton seed ................ 50
(Southern Cotton Oil Go.)
Cotton seed ..................
(By J. L. and A. G. Wise.)
Strict good middling .3........
Cotton seed ..................5t
(By A. P. Coleman).
All white cotton ......... .
Cotton seed ................
(By C, F. Lathan).
All white cotton ......... .
Cotton seed ................
One Cent a Wrrd- No ad.
vertisement taken- for .s A
than 25 dents.
FOR SALE-Six, horougihbred tiwn
Leghorn roosters, 75 cents-$-t00
pleice. Apply by mail or in
to Kate L. Neel, R. F. D. No 1
M1ULE FOR SALE-Gray mare
eight -years old. Good condition.
ply to Jas. F. Epting, ew ryen
DR. W. H. ALDERWI Nwb.eM
competent am3d &killed Veser
Surgeon, has. forned: a- pdrtien big
in this hopitaw work..em I
H. J. Synder,'D. VS.,
the New' York State- eaye
lege, a branch of Come11ur~~t.
He has hiad six yea.rs' exper1ee iL
hospitalwrork, a.nd comes9!ei
berry igly reommemded. Dr. Snp
.der, wil.1 ha.ve chreofteN
will have charg>e o~f fthe practileean
Cheter, Lacaster, and ohr placs
CALL ON EmI uff & o~~
.fuss' rye creaan bred. It finb.'
EVERY WOWALr eho&uld esai$2t per
week introducing our very dodrylete
spring Hae of .beauxtifal~ wo6 iit
in-gs, wash febris, feiney wasig
Up to date Newr York city
Fineet line on.b inaket1eU
direct wit4h the inills you Uf
our prices 1gwr. If others cam
$10.00 to $30.00 wreekly you cad ab
Samnples, iull instauctione 9 E~
eample case, ehipped expriegsta
paid. No mony requre. EIxclu'N
sive territory. Writer for pazticnlaXs.
Be first to apply. Standad ires
- Goods Company, Dept 600,' 1fihm
tan, N. Y. - 1204-3
FOR EENT-Q.e new three-room~
tage. Good water and garden spot.
$5 per month. Apply to T. M4 San
NOTICE-Dr. J, W. Sharp, veterinarY
urgeonaang dentist haes located -
m~.iinaI. Guarante CUres
tions free. HeadlquThers.at GTW
Jacobs stable. Phone N&>.
PHONE 95 for nice fresh mea
Rodelsperger, Lower Main
GIBT YOUR GIASSES .from
W. Connor, a graduate of the
est/optical college ir, the worid
Northernt Illinois College of C
gr.. Dr. Connor is loeated pe
ently in Newberry, gii es both
objective and subjective tesis
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat.
Rodesperger, Lower Main S
FINE FRESH FISH-Received=
larly during the seasoni whidk
now on. Fish of different varietfp
Spanish mackerel a specialty. P
singer & Coward. .i-1S
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E.
Rodelsperger, Lower Mai St e~
CARLOAD of mules wili be reeswd
this week 'by the Suammer-W 8~
Stock Co. Mules for all a herigil
* .-* ~~-Q- :'~
- - -.