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PURELY PERSONAL
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The Movements of Many People? j
Newberrians and Those Who
Visit Newberry
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Mr. W. 0. Ariail and Mr. G. E.
Dominick have been appointed by j
Governor Harvey as delegates to th.-j
annual convention of the Southern;
Commercial congress to meet in Chi-,
capro next Monday. ;
As there will be service at St. j
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T a'.n irnIc/?rvMO^ r?n!irp'h XlHulli C li i "
JL. U.M." i U Vicw'/u. v *?v?* v<* _ ^ ^
ternocn at 5 o'clock wo hope ail the j
members will be present.
Dr. Jr.o. B. Setzler is an ex-service;
man named by the Ameriean Legion J
as committeeman to supervise the;
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statewide celebration of National Ed-;
ucation week. ;
Miss Mabel Crooks was the week- j
end guest of Miss Annie Stevens of!
Silverstreet. Miss Annie accompanied
her home Sunday for a few days. 1
Miss Alma Sevbt has returned i
home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. ji
Mattie Crooks. Her daughter, Mrs.!
Ethel Riggsby and nie.ce&? -?lis?es a en :
and Alma Seybt, mo&B^d$>p,-?-or the j
week-end. She returned with them or.!
Sunday. f
Putsy Sligh was before Recorder
Douglas on the charge of carrying.weapon
unlawfully. Put paid a fine of j
$25, besides forfeiting his pistol.
There was an election of officers of j
the O'Neall street Wesleyan Bible ;
class Sunday with the following offic-; ^
ers elected: C. W. Douglas,, president j
and press reporter; Floyd Bouknight,!
vice-president; H. C. Longshore, sec- ^
retary, and 0. S. Nesley,. treasurer. I1
If Ambassador Harley had been j
brought, up in this city cr counjty he
could never have been guilty of say- \
in? that wornen had no souls. The i
he-arts of the women, of Newberry!.
show .that they have souls,, for hearts;.
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u:id souls go tcgetnervana uicv ict-u
tainly show that they have hearts. i>
The Men's club of the Washington :.
street Methodist church, Columbia, I
had as their guests Monday night \
p* Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kaltiwanger, and i _
^ the .program was "complimentary to i
Mrs. Haltiwanger, who served so j
En faithfully as organist -and choirmas-l
ter durnig the absence of, the regular;
organist, D. A. ' Pressley."?The ;
State.
p - George D. Brown. chairman,: .
Prosperity;- County Superintendent
' K. H. AuH, Newberry; City ?uperin-;
tendent 0. B. Cannon, Newbenw;'
& Mrs. W. C 3rown, Newberry, have t
been named as the county committee;
^ to have charge of the campaign for ,
education throughout tije, state dur-!
Iing "Nat:or.al Education. week," De-;
cember 3 to 9. >._ j~
v Gafincy, Nov. 11.?Newberry won
over Greenville and Columbia as the
*.. * place of meeting for the Upper South
Carolina conference ?:.<in annual ses-!
sioir next year, according to the vote i
of the present session this morning.? j
That was something- big,, winning ov
er those two large cities. Newberry is;
getting up a reputation.
Chief of Police S. C. McCarlcy y
underwent an operation for the removal
of tonsils Tuesday morning. I
Ke is a big subject to operate upon,1
but Dr. Neelv was surgeon for the 1
job. "Big Chief" didn't voluifteer;
this information, neither did the doctor,
as both are reticent. We heard it
ou the outside and investigated the t
rumor. I (
A fellow tried to get a loaf of a
bread Saturday night and said there
was not a loaf in the city to be 1
bought. The large crowd in the place I
that day and the day before had ex- (
hausted the supply and the trade i
-r~- couldn'X keep up with the demand. ; 2
Deputies Taylor an.d(;Qj2attiebaum!
arrested Olin Wise, colored,.Saturday }
;z- V* 'I
night and jailed him. Wise attempt-: >
ed to pass a forged check for $23.75 ',.
on the Bank of Prosperity Saturday.
When Wise saw the cashier go to the
phcne he wisely skipped*..The cashier
9 was also a wise man. .
We have an idea that the tea room
is going to be a good thing for Newberry.
It seemed to us Friday that we
were looking at the'largest number
ot children ever gathered togetner
, in this city on any occasion.
One of the most accomniod'.t "n~
workmen in this city is Mr. Monroe
Swindler. He is good at fixing typewriters,
etc.. and is probably the most
libera] one in his charges. He comcs
nearer charging next to nothing of
any man that ever I'ted.
Newberry Hi and College Fre-h
play Friday afternoon at 3:30 on the
new atnletic field. Admission, 23
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V V 11
Mr. J. J. Lar.crfcrd has rc"f?d to
the Eryion Grocery ;:.CQmpany the
store room now occupied by Geo. C.
Hipp, possession ic be given by January
1. 1023. Mr. Hipp v.-ill then ?o
i a new store ^rconr Co!. C. .1. Furit
II is preparing to have put up on
jiis Blease lot.
Dr. W. C. Brown is one of those invited
by the governor to meet in Columbia
Saturday to nlan a camprgn
against the .bell weevil.
Captain John C. Swy^crt. i etir. <i
merchant and caoitaiist c. the
town of Pe k. was in Now berry on
Woncs y > canva?s the return? of
the ; !c/t" ?n and .vhiio here pive The
F :: " a very pleasant call.
C ;i in Sv says things arc a!!
r . u-v.ay and k?e .mow they {
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\ ?e\.* j.'sa7iiz."t'iori
: organized on fhursday
ing at the First Baptist church!
cf \cv: berry a Reedy River Pastors,' (
Deacons' and Church Officers' association.
with the following officers'
elected:
Jno. \V. Scott ;?f Whitmire, presi-'
dent.
The?. P. Davis of Bush River, firs;
vice president. I
J. ?"arion ?'av:s of West End, sec-;
end v'ce president.
E. G. Waites of Oakland, secretary. 1
There were about ninety members r
present. An eiegant luncheon was t
served. 1
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The association will meet in Nov .j
ember of each ysar. j T>
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HAL'S SECTION
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Engraved! CHrist^as Ci^rds. Those
tVUVS IXiUM lUVUii 0 vc*?vt?J^
1 would be ?iad tr. show sample?.;
Ordering now saves delay later and I
you need noi take tae cards until c
December.
Hyacinth bislbs will do splendidly II |
set cut now. So will tulip, crocus,.
daffodils, narcissus and other bulbs.:
This beautiful weather allows late
planting. j
VIonday a gen\ii:man bought a bowl
of 2:oIdiish and today lie dropped in
and told me how happy his children i
were over the li:t:e fish. Maybe : your
children would like a bowl. ! Fhanksgiving
party thin^i from taljys
to decorated erepe. I
Hue that wi'l mend things. Get <1 bet- ~
tie and have it handy.
Funeral designs, also ribbon for tying
your own designs.
Hal Kohn.
I ? : ' You
can" find a complete stock of 1
all- size loads at my store. W. i
Frank Lominack.
ricw is your sausage mill? Does it
need repairing, or do you need
a new one? I now have in stock a
complete line of No. 5, No. 10, and1
No. 22 mills. Also 4 and G pound
lard presses. Get my'prices. W.
Fr?r>lr T
lust received?A shipment of vegetable
slicers, better known as
Kraut Kutters. W. Frank Lomih- ?
ack. ' ? C
have a stock of genuine Oliver repairs.
W. Frank Lominack.
rcr Sale?Rscleaned Seed Wheat,}
a.bout 35 bushels, pries $2.00. W.
Frank Lominack.
)nc New Top Steel Tire Buggy at a 7
sacrifice. Price $75.00. W. Frank,1
Lominack.
)nly cne left?One new Old Hickory "
one-horse wa-c^r Price $40.00 .W.
Frank Lominack.
now carry in stc-ck a full line of <
rims, spokes and all repairs for "
buggies and wagons. W. Frank
Lominack.
iVhy Be Deceived? There zrz only
two standard brands of am munition?Winchester
and Nitro Club.'
fWC CHILDREN DIE " T
IN PROSPERITY T
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Prosperity, Nov. 16.?Cyrus Carl,;si
he four year old son of Mr. and Mrs.' E
X S. Schumpert. dide Sunday nifrht,!
:fter having been ill for t?;o days
vlth diphtheria The remains were -raid
to rest Monday afternoon at Mi. n
^lgrini cemetery, with Rev. L. J. a
>cmer officiating. Besides the be-! E
eaved parents, two sisters. Pauline t
:nd Annie Mae, survive him. G
Marvin Eugene, the infant son of <?
-Ir. and Mrs. M. S. Hawkins, died
??B ? nagpanaf^?!
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Opera House
MONDAY, N
T, ^ 15 n ? ' 1 1
216 Koval 5?0t?fl I
or
arsd six acts oi
SPECIAL BARGi
2 Shows
Ladies'' Matins
Children 25c.
/
plus tax
Night Show
Gallery 50c, L
plus tax
No ressrvt
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5cWheat for salt' by the Fa;iU;T>.'
xJii Mill. Good wheat .v. $1.75.'
beit:r at $2.25. Farmers Gil Mill.'J
11-17-ot i1
TRESPASS NOTICE
We the undersigned do hereby forbid
any persons from hunting* on ou"
'and. ,
P. X. BOOZER,
JOIiX H. BOOZER.
M. J. LONGSHORE.
W. G. SOLLIXGSWORTK.
TRESPASSING FORBIDDEN ~
Do not trespass by hunt in?, lis hi 1
r: otherwise on lands of undersigned.
Z. C. WHITTLE,
C. E. WHITTLE, I
G. J. JOXES & Son. r
J. W. SANDERS.
HAMPTON SATTERVvHITE. !L.
C. PITTS. * /
11-17-5 tp * |
NOTICE OF DRAWING OF P?T1T
JURY r
We the undersigned jury commisimers
for Newberry ?;ouniy. will on
:fca 21th day of November. 1322, at
v. 10 (9) o'clock a. m., in the o'licc of
h" Clerk of Court, openly and pubic
!y draw the names of Ihirtv-s x1
[S<5) men. ro serve as .p-itit jurors,!
'o: the Court of Common Pleas .
vhich convenes Monday, December }
.1th, 1922, at 10 oVlo'k .*?. m.
J. D. WHEELER,
J. B. RALJACRE.
C. C. SCHUMPERT. i
Co v. 13, 1922. |
I; iiari, violins, banjo> ukuleles. antoaarps,
ts/io banj3c, violin b.v?s.'
:;tr::igs and other n 'hstrunients.
John A. Holland. *A^t.,:
Greenwood, S. C. 11-17-Ut j
it rr Made P:a::cs on terms of easy
payments. Remington and Trayser;
pianos sold for three dollars per.
week. Rich mo:: i pianos foui <ioi-j
iars per we??;;. Starr pianos five
collars per w Keinmgton play- G
ers five .dollars week. These1 i?i- t
: trunents are of highest q iality. e
John A. Holland, Agt., Greenwood,
G. C. 11-17-6t.^
-c. i?One Waterman's gold banded ^
mountain pen. f 31. Nee.. ; c
11-17-21 I
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.c^i?On streets of Newberry Saturday
S20 bili. Finder please notify
Kobert M. Caldwell, Pomavia Rc.
1, and get reward. ll-17-2tp
"c:- Sain?200 bushels pure pea:- p
^ rccd Appier Oats, reclcaned and
graded, first year from Pedigreed
ic.-eed Company. None better. Took J
iceond premium at State Fair. In:
f.vo bushel bass, $1.10 per bushel:
vith cash order. J. A. Burton,
t:lephone 57. ' l-14-2t
u; t Arrived?Red, yeliow and white
i nion sets. Way's Seed & Feed
? tore. " ll-14-2t
* >,-? n * rs ft t;t* S ni all 17 r% in. C T TV ! I
fill small farms on long* time and v
c asy terms to working- farmers.
Y/ill cut the land to suit. Near rail- road
station and school. In wes- ?
;"_rn Fairfield. Healthy. John
*T. McMahan, Columbia, S. C. .
I- !-14-4t I taw . p
lo 7 Feed, shorts, rice meal and homi
ivfeed. See us. Summer Bros.
Co. 11-14-21.
o:- Rent?Rooms or an apartment in; V
j rivate dwelling. For further in-'
formation apply at The Herald and 0
i'ews office. 11-14-2: "
ft
a. m Fcr Rent?I will rent for 1923
vie E. P. Cromer place in No. 9 ti
township, 3 miles from Prosperity. \(:ood
two-horse farm, good resi- -N
cenee and plenty of water. Mrs. tl
J .ilia E. Cromer, 1001 Wilson o
Street, Newberry, S. C. ll-14-2tp
J i "L r< vL' 7.
u su.s.y iu tii'jr v. oiuuiu.it zios?JJtai-'
'h ? funeral was held Wednesday
icrning at St. Lukes cemetery, the
Bi -ices being conducted by the Rev. i _
!. K. Seckinger. >
The startling way rats are sread-'p
lg demands immediate action! They s:
iu*t be wiped cut AT OXCE. They v"
re a deadly menace to your health!!
?cs-:roy them. Exterminate them, j
Royal Guaranteed Rat Paste, j
r.atcst rat destroyer known! 2oc:
: "0 tubes. Sold and guaranteed by; _
[ayes Dru^* Store. F
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M XX rr t cl?
lovember 20 jF
Highlanders Band h
F vaudeville
A
m FOR YOU
Only
e, 3.30 P. M.
Adults, 50c. |
,f i
pi US 1&2L
r, 8 P. M. !
.ower Floor $ 1.00 j
plus tax
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J a if
*a seats
Wanted?Goo i, sound pea.-. Johnson-MeC:ackln
Co. 10-:M-tf
Flashlights?Get ;he:n lvpairvd an 1
lilted up hvre. Correct bulb and
bnitery Vr-ill make ;i new light of
it. Gilder <!c Weeks Co.
?ocar. Tre^s?l ine trees. two year
grafts, $3.00. Three year grafts,
SI.50. Stuart and Schley best- for
this section. C. I). Weeks.
10-17-tf
\^onts for Tha State. Y? ill be gad
to handle, yo^.r subscription, nzw
or renewal. Gilder <? Weeks.
7-25-tf
Dry Cleaning saves your suit. Sanitary
Laundry Co. S-2G-8t
Racist Mixed Chocolates?I* ir.o mixture,
high grade chocolate.?, 50c
pound. Gilder & Weeks Co.
:or Rent?Old Town plantation.
Twelve or thirteen one-horse farms
on Saluda river, fine Bermuda
grass meadow, pasturage, ample
outbuildings. Prefer to lease as an
entirety for several years for a
cash annual rental. I\ Wcrber,
Jr., Berwyn, Maryland. 10-o-tf
iats cleaned arsd blocked. Sar.itarv
Laundry Co. 0-'2ii-Sz
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1 h,Q
1 JaJ-w
I a i
C.v
(50,000 Miles of Comfort)
Selected at random from a
lay's output, the Gray crossed
he Reeky Mountains, the desrts,
the bad roads (4,819 mi.)
rith weight .equivalent to nve
lassengers and aversged
13.8 miies to gallon
of gasoline
The Gray made 26 mil. to
a I. on hardest roads and o5.I
i!. on best road.
This is a record never made
>efore by any car.
For demonstration, phone
Hill Bros*
506 Main St. New,berry, S. C.
PHONE 405
Ve guarantee our clye work. Sanitary
Laundry Co. U-2o-8t
ositivciy no hunting or trespassing
of ar.y kind allowed on my land.
Xoah Taylor. ll-li-4lp
ositively no hunting allowed. Keep
off. J. C. Duncan and Mrs. J. C.
Duncan i
11-14-4 tp ' *
/anted?Position as stenographer. |
Willing1 worker. Address 826
I'Neall St. Phone 368. ll-14-2tpj
[OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement oil
le estate, of Hultia Nance (nee
onshore) in the Prolate Court for
ievberry county, S. C., on Monday,:
le 18th day or Dec., 1 ?>22. at 10
'clock in the forenoon an'i v/iii imitaiately
thereafter ask f .r my disbarsre
as Gua.d^n of said estate. i
Mrs. S. EMMA LONGSHORE. '
Guardian.
Newberry. S. C.
Nov. 10th, 1922.
TRESPASS NOTICE I
All persons are forbidden to trcs-j
ass upon the property of the under;rned
by hunting-, fishing or other'ise.
'
J. T. BAKER,
r:. C. BAKER. J
JOE HENRY BAKER, J
T. J. ABIIAMS,
Paysinsrer-Summer Co. !
11-10-St
cr Sale?Another car cf V. Crimp '
. * r> j. . j ti . . j* .. i
iii-u ^orrugateu itooung just sr- j
rived, bought before the advance.)
E. B. Schumpert Co., Prosperity,!
S. C. * 11-3-3; ltaw j
cr Sale?3a\v mill outnt in running !
order. Apply to Henry L. Parr. J
Xewberry, S. C. il-3-tij
or Sa:c?One yoke of steers weigh-;
ing 2,000 pounds. Also 16-horso;
Tozcr engine. D. E. and J.. ASuhurnpcrt.
' 11-10-tf;
/anted?Fifteen wagows and teams
to haul lumber. Fo~ further ir formation
address Tiller River Pine.
Co., Shclton, S. C. ll-10-4tp
bruzzi Ry;?T^t US SUpplV VO'l. .
Summer Bros. ii-14-2t
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Used Ford cars for sa2o (I . *! condition.
Hi!! Bio>. 10-3i-St
Men v. n d v, orr.cn :i ven. .'.v Si.00 pvr
h;>ur rxU'iii; hos y. four pal s
guaranteed wear four months or
new hosiery free. We pay 30 per
j cent commission. Free samples to
! working ago. its. Cu'.npk-te !!:: oi
wool Mi'i hi;.they mixture.;. This
is the bij hosiery season. Experi1
eric.. u;?neee>3sr;*. Kv'.e lie.-!cry
Works. Darby, Pa. 9-2G10tp
t " . '
j js^f Nose stopped
^Lauickly clears
Shoe Repairing
When those frientlK"* ?ikab:e Old
Shoes of yours get under the weather,
vhen they berjin io show j?g?s of a
run-down condition, See Price.
Electric Slice Hospital
U M p I f j) v
u ? iii ?) $ ?L> 1
1
Optometnst
i 3rd Floor Exchange Bank B5dg
EYES EXAMINE^
GLASSES FITTED
LJk UACil U > LX, V
l
j Pleating?Accordian, side and box
I pleating done by steam at Mrs.
! Geo. S. McCravy's, Laurens, S. C.,
301 W. Main street. M:-:l orders
' will reccive prompt attention,
j Phone 263. 10-13-51
Money to Lend?On improved farm
| tends at o per cent.; we can negotiate
loans on property in the town
J of Newberry. See us at once nnd
file year application. Dominic-* &
Workman, Attys. S- -if
Finished family wash 10c per pound.
; Sanitary Laundry Cc. 0-2o-8t
gtetcromer"
Optometrist
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
EYES EXAMINED
GLASSES FITTED
| Broken Lenses Duplicated
la a c j
mm Ikrmm
QJ L. L. ^ Vsr\ixi,
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! I lot Blue Stem Seed Wheat, extra
iir.e, clean and sound, bushel, $2.50.
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10 bushel lots, $2.40.
: Red May Wheat, $2.00 and $2.25
1 bushel.
Feed Store
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NEWBERRY, ij C.
?v?All tv^nassinsf is
j pcsit/vely forbidden on the land.?
' . of the undersigned by hunting or
i * in manner whatsoever.
1.1: . CLAUDIA C. iSVSEU.
! _ 11-11-Zl?
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r? f%T %?% ^
2t? ^ '?JVw jli
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' Four-room cottage with l:ir:;c- i.;l
on Dray ion S *. ?. et ^ a very y-. i-c::ablo
price. Lot large enough f?- a*:other
cottage.
I h RIIRTANi
J9 llo OUfilvh:
TELEPHONE 57
NOTICE
We, the muxbcro of tlit* Chappe d
Gime Protective association, hereby
forbid any one fro::! hu.r.'r.;: or ii.-.h!n<r
or tre.:p?.<>.-::n*- ir. any nun!!'.":' on
any of our property, and offer a lib-:
eral reward for information leading
to i.:.' conviction of a?y ?j;-r3o;: v'olatinu'
this not.ee. ThM prtio..-vty !:>
't;;:e>: Ian ! l:\ Xo. 7 lo'vashio, !ri
:?1 districts X ?s. :J7; 8S. 3D. 40.
":I extends on Saluda rive.- from
"Island Ford" to "the o!d cut-off'. |
Wo mean business.
J. L. HOI. LOW AY,
R S. BOAZMAX.
K. S. DOMIXICa.
Airs. J. \V. SI.MMOXS,
W R. SMITH, Jr.
'A. M. CHA P.MAX & Eros.
.1 P. AKXEV.
JXO. E. SCT'RRY,
A. r. COLS MAX,
J. T. MVP. RAN.
J. s. DOMiXlPK.
J. L. WATKIXS.
V/. w. KOI.IOWAY.
H. T-. DOMINICK. 1
J. V.". SANDERS,
Fu!!er Erashes?i represent the Fu!I'.-r
D.?ush com:1;::;;.' in XV.vberry
county. and will be lad :o have
your order. Phono oil and make
appointments. Mr;;. McHardy'
Mowc-r. i0-27-8t
1 DO YOUR KITC
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^ '.Sellers J
The happy, modern way. Thir.k o
will save yuu. Think :u the hours
Everythire: ::i the Si ller-; Cabinet is x
You have, for example, the Origin
tion; ihe ci.'y Automatic Lowering I'
Extender; the beauiifjl \vh:te pore
: Dust-prccf ?a <> T??p underneath the
'.rare drawer: Ar.t-proof Casters^ S:
' hand-rubbed iriish; patented Sapless j
tion; Sanitary Leg Bare; Rail Curtain;
and many others.
Come !n and see a free demonstrat
! J, J. LANGFO
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We are ready r
i made special pre;
large' i hanksgivinf
. able to take care c
shape. Drop in k
you up in a
Suit and C
' going at $1
You'll be as well
man in frnwn a?rl tf
I will say they nevei
big better.
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So See us hei'oi
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you ear. have for other things. gg
:ient;neaiiy arranged. ^
-1 Extending Table Drawer Seclour
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