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All advertisement over twcnty-fii
word. Rates, on 1,000 words to
tlon. J .
No advertisement taken for less
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K vos* name appears In- the toh
your want ad to 321 and a bill wir
For Sale-Sweet Peas, Burpee's Su
perb. Spencer's Collective, 25, 50 und
$1.00 per box. Furman Smith, Seed?
man, Phone 404. : -ttl
SEP. W. A. Tadd, the Monument Man.
for anything: In the Monumental
line. Tombstones of all kinds. W.
A. Todd, 1009 South Main street,
Anderson, S, C.
.... ,i 33-:-i-ETII i.i',..?.<_;_
FOR HALE-Two ?ara of granite dust,
fine for walks and cemetery, or con
crete work. Delivered any part of
etty. Ligon building and Blue Ridge
Stallen, are using it in their con
struction, ('all Patterson's stables.
Bast Market street, opposite City
FOB BENT-Store room ' an public
square; capacious with new mod
ern front. Apply to D. S. Gray at
Orr Gray Drug Co. 9-24-6t
FOB SALE-Pure Apples and Full
ham .Seed oats. Home raised and
nicely graded. Let us book your
orders now. J. J. Frotwell. 9-22-4t
TWO BOARDERS WANTED- In pri
vate family, congenial couple pre
ferred. All modern conveniences.
Good location. Apply to C. G.
Sayre. Cpjmer W. Sfayro and Ligon
, " . .streets. 9-26-28,-30,
waites position at pnce, reference
. furnished first'-letter, now empjoy
! ied, good reason for change. ? 'Ad
dress, L. R. Bookkeeper, care In
. telljgeycwrM . - ?-27-Gtp
WANTED- You to try the cooking
nt; The Luncheonette, next doori to
? . ,f4; ? j?fo Bridge. . Short Orders Quickly
^|sp?2??-Tha public to isaw that
we have just received a large ship
ment of box flies, and can supply
your wanta ut this line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department. tf
WARTED-You to know that we make
. ? the best Evaporators. Either Cop
per or Galvanized Steel, Metal
Shingles. Tin Roofing. Guttering,
Buloke Stacks, Gin Suction Pipe,
atc. Dlwer Roofing Co. The Shop
with a Reputation.
For Information that will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the thief
that stole a Pointer bitch, liver col
ored with white spots, and answering
to tho hame of "Bess." Sometimes,
while standing still, she will hold un
her right front foot. She ivas last
seen in Anderson Saturday morning,
Sept. 28th. Report Information to
J. E. DERRICK,
tn care of Little Oem Caf? or Sheriff
of Anderson County. S. C.
TO FA?alrtB?^ome to Patterson's
stables to tirrell your horse?.. We
w'ftl take good care of them. -Best
service. East Market street opposite
City Hall. 9-23-etp
OYSTERS! . WHATt Yes. a full
line of Standards and Selects. The
Luncheonette, west door io the
>J;> FT "S?EWS TO BF/-A special provi
sion that fruit is thc most desired
and adapted food for warru weather,
and yon'll iirtd lt he*e-*?allfoirnla
. Wftns, 'oranges, 'grapes,' plums, pears
ajad-4 northern apples-all fresh.
!>-.o Sickle pears, and plenty of
. ?^.MWWftWWHfti?N,H; stdhiea? you . will
flmlote plaee .lo g ^ tho best teams
' [**B,Wt&*m''-*trh 'room hopIT,
? waaftf&f tftreAet school, modern
. .??'.. nteteia, ' Abpry HM. c. A.
' Watsohi, ?O? E. Franklin-sfc. S-tS-OtC
CO Ttl PattervonV -stables to get vour
v?eiifcg prompt -ser
V?' ?Sf/i .tr*et oPhO???
? itv Hf?*l. 9-2s-6tt)
*?hHE Most Succestftil M?r
* chants !n th* V?itt?
Subs* Ar?. 4fc?Vl?B?r%wt;,?d
Mme 2D cents, Three Times ?0 cents,
re words prorata for each additional
i pc used In a month mudo on appli*
than 25 cents, cash In cdvance.
) phone directory you can telephone
I be malled after Its insert hm for
Delinquent Hoad Tax Notice.
All dlnlcnqunnt road tax collectors
aro provided with an official receipt
book with numbes, andi ?tub numbos
attaihed. Pay no money to collectors
unless you got th() official receipt us
above provided or.
J. MA('I\ KING,
tf County SupervlHor.
Tho regular annual mooting of the
stockholders of the Anderson Cot
ton Mills will bc held in the office ot
the company at Anderson, S. C., on
Tuesday. October lath, 1914 at eleven
o'clock In the forenoon, for the elec
tlon of /a board of directors for tho
ensuing year and for the transaction
of any further business that may come
before the stockholders.
Jas. M. Cathcart, Jas. D. Hummett,
Secretary' , Prest, und 1 roas
We are doing superior work at our
ginnery. Swap muai and hulls for
seed. Also have five hundred bushels
of l.'imcroit Prolific Oats (graded
seed) for sale or exchange for cotton
seed. Price $1.25 per bushel or one
poVftd oats for four and o?.,e-half
pounds cotton ?cod.
9-26-lmo.. CLUCK MILLS.
I ! NOTICE
Night school will open at Glenn St.
schob! building next Monday night
at ..15. Grades one to seven.
HELPLESS AS BABY
Down in Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va.-Mis. Anna'
Belle limey, of this place, says: "I suf
fered for lo years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with
out success. 1 suffered so. very much,
that I became down H mind, and as help
less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and cot relief from the very first
dose.?By the time I liad taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years old, but teel as
good as I did when only 10.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 fee. it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish 1 had some power
ever- poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
TryQttdaL Your druggist seil? it
rm wm IIMWI CWT ipur traai aro wei iain poonr. nom
Treatment Ur Wot-a," in plain wrapper. H.C. 12
To Start a Gas Fire,
You Strike a Match and
Turn a Handle
P?r5*-<-.. v ir-Vv ,'.
There is no time lost.in waifing
for the fire to burn freely so that
you can begin cooking with gas.
The tile is ready thc very second
you are, and t can be put out just
Gas only burns when needed,
you control it Just as easily as the
[waiter from the spigot in your kit
It'? very Economical
nniitiin TH ITI IIITI
?UlYl.il? IU HiUtaiH
HELD IN THE SOUTH FOR
Brotherhod of St Andrew Will
Attract Many Anderson People
When It Meets In October
Th.' Rpi > opallnns in Anderson abd
members <>f other denominations as
well are mincing much interest in ap.
pr ia< hing annual convciUl'V) ot th ?
Brotherhood or Saint Andrews, ait'eh
will IK* held this year in Atlanta on!
October 1*. 19 and 20, The Atlanta
convention will be the first in the liix
;orv of the order lo rtiPie to the doutli
and I he convention' is said to be Hie
largest gathering cf Christian worlc
erj composed strictly cf laymen to 1??
found In the world.
Thc Churchman's club of Grace
: KpiRcopal <-burch will elect delegates
I lo represent thin club, when the next
meeting is held, and all members of
thc club will be urged to attend the
convention. . .
There is no chapter nf the Society
in Anderson, hut a largo number or
well known Anderson Episcopalians
are members, holding cards In other
cities, and these mon said yesteray
that it was possible that a special car
mught bo secured to carry Anderson
people to At lulita on the dates of the
convention. It is probable that a
ii um her of othef denominations will
wish to hear Hie splendid addresses
to he delivered while the convention
is In progress. Some of thc world's
most ruinous speakers have been so
cured, among them being: E. Cadman
Parks, of New York City, banker and
philanthropist; Bishop Anderson, or
Chicano; J. A. MacDonald, editor of
ibo Toronto 'Mobo; Judge Ben Lind
sey, of the Denver Juve-.iil'j Court,
and numbers of others.
This will lie the biggest church af
fair of the yenr for the South.
INVITED TO JOIN
Letters Were Received In Ander
son Yesterday From Mississippi
Asking This County To Aid
The Anderon Chamber' of'?teraraerro
yesterday received a letter from T. tl.
Dickson, secretary of the Mississippi
Bankers' Association, in wbic'i Mr.
Dickson asked Information ns to
whether or not South Carolina mlpht
be 1.'.duced to join with the bankers
of his state in nn effort to put the
Mississippi plan into operation ?it.ro.
Thia plan calls for the reduction pf
tho cottero acreage and . to increase
the grain and leguminous crops. Mr.
Dickson refers to the plan followed
by the Oklahoma 'Junkers' Assclatlon
which was first tried out in that state
In 1913. The idea was to placo 1,
000,000 acres of land, for i<.? riv ri ant
ed In cotton. In Kaffir n ii tte?a
and when the campaign 'vas wound
up ?nd the grain harvested it was
found l..at l.rino.fjCO aerea ..td been
planted in corn.
According to tho Sicrstary nf the
Anderson Chamber of Commerce Kaf
fir corn is similar to Milo Ma?do br
Egyptian corn and does not look- w
11 kc Sohgbum corn as found lu South
Carolina. Thc Oklahoma peoplo
elrose this corn for tho purpose of reu
docing the cotton acreage and also
for the reason thit It possessed
Secretary Dickson also wrote to
T.e6 G. Hollenian. secretary of til'
South Carellan BankeraH" Association,
und Mr. Hollemad" ls now.glvinK tho
matter consideration*. It Is bolioved
that Anderson will- do everything in
his power to help th-s movement
It will be Interestta/. to Anderson
people to know that ^..cretary Dlok
unn ls a brother to Harriss Dickson,
tho we'l known writer.
. - % ! ? ? ?.. :
THE QUESTION ?S
WHO FIRED SHOT?
Negro May Lose Life as Result
of the UtBs?l Sunday
Accordi. to reports coming tn An
darse* ye? *?-d?y fr oas ?West Polnorl ?
Fhootlng scrapatoolthbiee there aun
day night, during which an unknown'
negro sustained a fata? wound.
It ls believed that toe negro was
shot by ar other member ot the gamo-*
Ung party when a number of ofbciaii
epneared on the scene to arrest th?
crow, although the'negroes Involved
la thiy-uffslr claim that Oie (.booting
wnn don* by one OT thc roembor* of
the posse and lay it on a wiomber. bf
iii?? Poiser police force.
The bn*Icer? started out Ktr .ound
tho gamblerti np abd kheri' they
flushed the '.skin" artists some .>?c
fired a ?bot. tho collet fAkin??' clTeot
In jj negro's abdomen, ""le was wir
rit-) into Pehror and medical Assist
nnce summoned and last night lt wa*
*aid that he could not possibly re
Anderson county official* an >. *'
tiley hnvo received no R?tir,
om Pelter of tho happening and
QaWflh^r of the Late Marshall
Field E ... ?!? British Hospital Ship.
j tADY DAVID BEAT TT.
Lady Da- id Beatty, wife of the Brit
ish rear iidadrol Whoso tleet waa lu
the recent fight with the Germans off
Helgoland, lias equipped her yacht
sheelah as a hospital ship aud offered
lt for ape t<> the KIIKUHII government
She hers i" if will nceompany the ship
to what- 11- baso the admiralty up
points for it.
Lady licitly was formerly' Miss
Ethel jfoarshall Field, only daughter
of the Chicago millionaire dry goods
merchant. Before she was out of lier
teens she married Arthur Tree of Lon.
don. Tin? Trees separated ?nd in UJOJ
slie man ?td Captain 1 Ja vid Beatty,
known ns the handsomest otiicer In the
Admin: I Beatty won promotion to
the rani; <>f commander for gallant
servios with the Nile hoots in 1SUS.
He WAS made captain for services In
Chins in 11100 und reached nag r?pk
at the ago of thirty-nine. He '.VMS
given the rank of rear admiral In 11)10.
Thu social career of Lady Beatty
has been no less distinguished. In the
highlands they Vented a magnificent
e??i.-.xvith famous game preserves,
wb?rjy?u'.v caine into clone touch with
the royal family, wlJch always pinln
. nins neighborly ?dations with the bc
cupvnta of the great estate adjoining
T'JO Roattys have a town home nt
Regent's park. Loudon, and tt country
e-itnte. Brooksby hall, leicester. Tho I
yacht Sheelah, is. a magnificent one.
Yachtih'-: and hunting are two favorite
recreajtloiis with Lady Beatty.
Organdie Collars and Cuffs Handsome
ly Decorated With Hemstitching.
The double organdie collars so fash
ionable last spring have given .place
to hemstitched models und, naturally,
hemstitched accessories ure. a hit more
expensive than the other sort in which
two?p$eces of fabric were scumed to
gether and turned ?vcr. ; ;*
A very smart collar turns over in
two sections from a high " neckband.
and.ieB.eh sectlou lins two ' rows of
hemstitching SH around. : Inside the
hemstitching are small hand embroid
Another collar, imported before thc
war Jfcrted. is a liare model, opening
rathe* low nt the front ip a V. From
tba & turn back lou?, narrow revers
which tiaro outward over tho lapels of
tho 'JSbat. Collar, chemisette und re
verter? of while organdie, with Mi
inch and a half hem of white handker
chief linen set on with hemstitching.
StRl another imported collar of biuid
kerehief linen is decorated with hem
stitching and drawn work. This sur
prising ciliar rises close and high
'rtvt^-ibe throat like the stock of ?4V
.ffi?Hfens.ins ago. Two drawn work
'flap^Ttiiru down over the coBnr. nnd
nt tttft front ls n tie of the linen plait
ed -&to narrow width and having
sharply pointed ends'decorated with
tho? ara wu work. This pit of neckwenr
is entirely new nisi is said to presage
a r^rjrn to high, stock collar effects.
jv BOHEMIAN QUTLiNE,
D?oerativo Stitch For Embellishing
Gowns, Blouses and Negligees..'.
Bohemian outlining in fancy work is
noiklng more or les.-? than the use of
the-threaded run stitch. Two threads
SnHpd, which may either be or con
jwttgS to,or or tv>? shades of one
coJuW Tho lines of she intern aro
SH^Hd with u running stitch of one
shade, taking a short stitch under
neath and a louger one on top. The
other tin cad Is simply slipped over and
!M^K cacii stitch, producing a rope
ThU stitch makes U decorative out
ilbe\:jmd In very effective on crapes,
Mfe|h>' crepe de dillie.
KS. Orgmdlt Waistcoats.
?HcontH th.?re are galore and dato
^glees to Insert lu surplice bodices
with BK< fall ?nd winter Mil
' The very ne let ls of dr
\ pud" lu What ls
, the "Victorian'' effect for in the
Victorian, [period puffs were the
l?Ue buttons of dark slit ar ve!-j
Own thc front, but.tbcwe ure
unent. the real cloning belog j
[Wita su?p fasoPpersi underneath, t
puffed, Or?prtid?o Wftlctcohts are ?
g with biouieeor baR<jua eos-)
of striped pussy Willow ?j
'shiiii. v,n\ tho.,smartly ftflNHS
j suit looks best ?Ith ? moro
^waistcoat o? hor.ry s'.'k or
PANTHER AND BEAR.
A Vicioua Battle to the .D?*\.h With .
"When my Bran?r?r1^feoVa young
man be used to hunt a great deni."
says, a -writer lu thu AjMftiMit.. Mjuga
zine. "He had u brotherfwia'g lu Mon-1
tana, and in tho fall of iras bo decided
to go and spend tM*Wgaiur with this
brother and hunt One firo bia brother
waa telling about u laiwoavu lu the
mountains Avhur<y floine/'pTintliers lived.
Be thought it would be u good chance
to try to get on?.ll,y>Sg'gKg Utorning u
few days hiter Ht?' sWWWr^Wt to find
Che cave. When he cime Sn sight of it
he didn't see any stir) so kept creeping
"He Anally came lo- a path; tliere
seemed to be a lot or different trucks.
He begun looking fop a pince to hhio
and tinnily dlseoveneu a ledge ana
Climbed np und sut dew,u,lttU'p.it. Sud
denly he heard u syy^rji|\iSc'cracking
brush. He got hLs ripy'ilaay^dy when
down the path cumej pitFdnl'ocnr and
three cubs; the little cubs v\jtau playing
like kittens. Thu old bear walked up
to the care, sniffed a few times mid
went In. in a few minutes she came
out with a little panther, killed lt und
gave it to the cubs. She repeated this
three times, and every one she killed
would scream and thc old panther
would answer away off in the woods,
andvoneh time nearer.
"After she hud killed them all she
cuffed tile cults and sent them up u
tree. Then she begun dlggiug a bole
in the ground and sniffing the air. In
h few mtuutes the old 1'auther scream
ed and it seemed just a little distance
away. The old bear luy down on her
hack in the hole ...he had dug. She
was ready for tight The panther came
straight for the bear. She gave one
leap und struck on the benr. There
was u tierce Btruggle, with screaming
and snarling, mid in less t Indi ten mtu
tites the bear was torn to fragments
The panther walked into the Cave and
came right out nguin and guve a
scream that was bloodcurdling. Just
then she saw the cubs. Sbe gave u
leap au ' brought one.down and killed
lt, and after the rest and killed
"She sniffed the air again and began
coming toward my grandfather, who
had been watching from toe ledige
above. He raised his rifle, took good
aim and tired.
"That was the last-be knew until he
became conscious again? for he fainted
ns soon as he shot, but the panther
was dead-hu bad blt ber between the
"Hi- didn't wait to pick np-bis lunch
box. pdt.went fast for home.
"He often says that is the most game
he ever got with one bullet, but ho
wouldn't wont to seo lt all over again.'
Falling Up Out of a Balloon.
If a uian falls out at a ti=?s?
plane or balloon i e wi? not go toward ;
the earth, but will continuo rising into
tho air for an appreciable time, if the
air machine were stopped in its ascent
at the time it could catch the man ,
aa be came down. It the airship were
ascending at the rate of thirty-two feet
a second the man would rise sixteen
feet before beginning to fall towurd
'the earth. Thus, by reducing the speed
of Its ascent, thc vessel might keep by
the Side of the man and rescue him.
The reason why the mah rises IS the
same as the reason for a bullet's rising
when shot from a gun Into tho air
both the man and the ballet are given
a velocity upward, and it takes 'some
timv for gravity to negative that
A liverpool teacher ashed her .class
to write ira' essay oh London.
Later she whs su .-prised to read the
following 'in one attempt:
"The peoplo bf London ure noted for
The youuff author , waa asked how he
got tbat Idea: '
"Please, miss," waa the reply, i?tt
says in the textbook. The population of
London Ja very dense'' "-London An
Lend?n-s O?d Cathedral.
fit Paul's (Mtthedrn! of Landon bas
bad n strange association with ?re.
Tho first edifice on the present site Was
erected in 010 by Kthelbert, kins jot
Kent but tn, 1?8? >?his was <destroyed
by fire. Flnaity?n?JS?^ when the great
Sro devastated?pMpa-ot London, St
'au/a whs wrfecaeds this being its fifth
! fire, in 1075 fba'^Freacnt church was
built by CharteTln ht a cost ot moro
"Corpse colpa?! ttj??-treasured in the
north ot Englaj^.?n!"b}ey are the com?
that have lain pycr tl*,e eyes ot their
deud. Py tills mearte infection bas
been spread.11 but strpterstition causes
tho custom ta cdn?nne.' A poor collier
or peasant wonldriievcr think of doing
anything important unless be bad on
bis person ceins. ?thot have been npon
the eyes of bia dead ra!ativas.-T>West>
mlustei Gazette. .,
"Yon som?mnw ?fbwgreo with ttnso
sclent lil v*y. -
?..Not nt ali.*'!'ropUjed tiie serenades?-,
tut "NGLwitbstojBd[a$ the fact thnt I
have thought ii matter out to a sound
conclusion they frequently insist ou
disagreeing with ure/V-Wnsblngton
Hampton - Hi nw ld ti sw told the ola
family is a very old one, They arare
ene of five first ti? come ueixm.
?Rhodos-Not at ?be RTOc?r?.-.l,.idgv.
At the Palmetto]
1 ._- , ?
Nat "Chick" Haines Musical Comedy
Company peered a bis hit at the Pal
metto. The company, played to capaci
ty houses at each performance. Thia
attraction is one of the best that baa
played thc Palmetto this season;
there is plenty uf good music, splen
did costumes and a Shapely chorus.
Miss Mildred- Dean became quite s
favorite with the audience 'u her big
New York hit-"The Cabaret". Nat
Haines kept tho audience in an up
roar from start to finish. George Bar
ker at "Cutey" and Bbb Moran were
both clover in their parts.
Taken as a whole the company is
ono of the heBt that has appeared at
che above named play house this sea
Today the company will present
that -dde splitting farce entitled:
ui?SE& BIRTHDAY PARTY"
and another big bit ia looked for from
i ?ainc.;' clever players. _
ON HOftNET ROW
Blaze Destroyed Two Houses
Eand Two More Were Damaged
Hornet Row. a section of the, city
'hickly populated with negroes, wus
almost wiped off the map shortly be
fore 12 o'clock yesterday when Ore
visited that Bection of the city. The
blaze started in a house oqcuyiol by
Will Thompson, a negro, and "soon
lumped to a house, occupledtby;-i^rli:3
Holland. The fire' alarm was turned
In and answered by the department,
but there was no. hydrant near the
RCeno ftf the irre ano uy the
Dolent hose was cqnoectod up.^ Vet;
r? stream of water two of the housea
had been completely destroyed and
three more were on fire. These were
axttnguished with little damage done.
The houses were all owned by Dr.
D. A. Henry and he carried $1,500 In?
surance on the two horned structures,
nils ls but a small part of the loss.
Better be safe than sorry-Willett
P. Sloane, Insurance.
m JO BE MANAGERS
Governor Has Named List To Act
In State and Federal Capacity
During Approaching Ejection
Governor Blease has named.tho com
Missioners of election for. thc 44
counties In the state. It ls reported
hat all are from among bis political
mpporters. The If ot ?? as follows for
Vnderson and surrounding counties
Anderson : Federat^o* g.* CBMwlrC,?
2. E. Tolly, of Anderson, W. II. Can
Held, of Belton; State-W. A. Hud
rens,. 'of Anderson. J.:; daspsr , Rage
lale, of Pelzer, H. C. Summers, Sr.,
>f Autun. /
Abbevile: Coderai-P. w. R. Nanea,
ff. ?:. Morrison, W. P. Heard, all or
(Lbbevllfe; Stato-r-Hugh Wilson, .i. E.
loncB. John Brown, all of Abhuville.
Greenwood: Fedcr**-Wells A. Riley
ii Greenwood, G. iH. Jilnsrd Ot Kp
tforth, J. C. Chalmers of Ware
Shoals; State-P D. K?.ngR> Hi L,
Solden, both of Grssnvoood, W. H.
.elth of Hodges
Greenville: Ko J err.1. - ll 1). Smith;
d Fountain ?ni, Osoar K. Afauldln
ind D. W. SmooTk. both of Greenville;
?ste-H. C. McKnight, J. R.: Trsm
nell. J. V.. Knight, ail of Greenville.
Laurens; Federal-L?. B. Blease
klouutville. Henry Wright of laurens.
} W. HunttT or Clinton; ?tate-J,
X McMillan o; Benno. B. Y. McQuown
?f Clinton, J Fi. Ledford of Laurens. .
Oconee: Fedei vj-L.. V. Bearden of
?tsimlnister. C. Tl. 1). Hums and M.
KLOng of Walhalla; State-W. M.
or Walhalla. Robert H. Boyd of
Jeer ge W. Watson of-Newry.
*<?d*rat-I. T. Richey, Jr.,
rf Pickers. KMa3 Day and J. A. Hin
oti of B?sly: 8tate*-John E. Craig of
Carnley. T. I* Diveus of Plckens, R.
1. Gaines Of- Central. ^
Mwy Hroid, Pleibiirlag Heart, Flostlng
These are -signs of kidney and bled.
1er trouble. You'll .have headaches*
ce, backaches and ?>e ttrod all over,
hm't walt longer, but begin iaklpK
foley Kidney Pills ,at once. It wont
re Jcug before ycur: nd*erah)e sick
eeling. will be r.
ell and grow
kidneys and -
DR. BOSS <?
Office? Sew Wal"on.VandI-?r Bldp. o
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