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VOL. XIX, NO. SI
offering; the famous
rqanoke cycle company,
108 Salem Avenue s. \v.
Until further notice we
will sell -ill staple patterns
of Sterling Silver, Tea
Spoons, Dessert Spoons,
Table Spoons and Forks,
at $1.00 per ounce.
EDWARD S. GREEN,
Man ufacturing j e welkr,
0 Salem avenue.
In order to meet the price on a cheap
grade of Crepe Paper which is beim; sold
in this city, we have decided to reduce
the price on our paper as follows:
Plain Ciope Paper, 2'> cents,
Tinted Bilges, 2fi cents,
Figured Edges, 15"> cents.
This paper i* the best that, money can
buy, and will not fad$ in a few days, as
is the ca?e with the cheap grade.
BUY Till-: BEST at less price.
the fish8urn company,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
See Our Beautiful
Line of Pianos.
We are now receiving that beau?
tiful line of pianos your atten?
tion was called to a few days
ago. They will have to be seen
to be nppieciatod. We are
carrying our same line ?MEH
LIN, MAINES and KROE
GEB PIANOS. An inspection
of the MERLIN will prove it
to lie the finest piano ever
brought to the city. You itc
invited to call at
J. E. ROGERS & CO.,
No. 11 5. lefFerson street.
all mu (,f slippers.
The season of entertainments and
dances is at hand and every woman or
girl must have at, least one pair for each
dress. We make a point of carrying such
a lartjc stock of K?ppers that, we can
match any dress or house goivu.
bowdre ShI?E company,
110 South .Te.Terson'jstreet.
A WOMAN TO HANG.
Cayuga, Out., Nov. 20.?Mrs. Adele
Sternainan was to nicht found guilty of
the '"urder of her husband, and was sen
tenced to be haimeil in the courtyard of
I'm jail, in this town, ou Jar. nary 20, 1SS1S.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 'JO. Police ol
Greenville say that they ha?*e unearthed
an oatb-bound gang of white boy bur?
glars sworn to kill the first who turns in?
former. Their depredations have haras?
sed merchants for months, They rauue
in age, the police say, from fifteen to
twenty. Arrc .ts have been made.
SCHILLER'S $5.50 all-wcol plaid suits
are bard to beat. You can see some of
them in our show window. We have
them in all sizes. "JS Salem avenue.
Examine the Yirgiula Carriuue Kacto
j-v'simuLrittsljefoia: Amviuu. Oflb.-o No.
Much Business Transacted by the
INTERESTING STATISTICS SHOW?
ING THE RECEIPTS AND DIS?
BURSEMENTS DURING THE PAST
FISCAL YLAR OF THE; CHURCH.
COMPLETE LIST OF WHO WILL
FILL THE VARIOUS PULPITS
The Association was called to order by
the nrtsident, Rev. Dr. Oweu at 9:45
o'clock. The meeting was opuned with a
Divine blessing by Rev. J. H. Newbill, of
Rev. Norvell' Byland, the treasurer of
the Association, made bis annual report
which was somewliat lengthy, ami dealt
in facts and (inures. The report showed
the financial affairs of the Baptist Asso?
ciation to be in good shape, etc The re?
port was received, adopted and recorded
on the minutes.
The following figures show the exact
status of the financial affairs:
Table of receipts, disbursements, and
balances for the year ending October 81,
p ? ?
State Mission Board.
S. S. and Bible Board.
Foreign Mission Board
Homo Mission Board.
Ministers' Belief Fund
General expenses, 91.077.00.
Rev. Thos 8. Duuaway then arose and
spoke as follows:
"Brother President, I hold In my hands
a handsome morocco case, and lying on
the velvet cushion within Is this gavel.
On its silver mountings are these inscrip?
" 'This gavel is made from a tree which
grew within the cellar walls of the house
io Waketield. Ya., in which George
Washington was born. House burned in
1735. Presented to the Baptist General
Association of Virginia, February, 18117,
I by William i. Crawford, of Buffalo, N.
"Mr. Crawford, who erected the monu?
ment to Mary, the mother of Washington
at Prederickshnrir, Ya., as well as that
ordered by the United States Government
at Wakefield. to mark permanently the
I birthplace of George Washington, is an
I artist of high reputation, skill nod taste,
and a liberal, benevolent Christian'geutle
man. Iii* artistic skill and taste us well
as bis generosity are displayed in this
beautiful and appropriate gift.
"We bear much said in these days about
tbe ?fitness of things.' There does
seem great appropriateness in this gift to
this body. It seems fitting that this
gavel, the symbol of order, authority ami
law, should be made from the'wood of a
tree which grew in the soil where Wash?
ington was born, and find imbibed those
principles which led him in after years
to be tin; leader of a I evolution, which
brouebt order our. ol political chaos, and
led to the establishment of a government,
under which the "love of liberty is pro?
tected by law.'
"Further, it seemseminentlyappropri
a'e that a gavel thus made should be pre
sented by a Baptist to a Baptist Associa?
tion, since nil true history tenches that
the Baptists every where and in every age
have stood for religious liberty, and the
Baptists of America did well t heir pari
in aiding to establish the first and only
iroverument in the world, under whose
protecting aetds absolut* \? ii^ious liberty
"With this view of thefitnessof things,
it gives mo pleasure in the name ami on
behalf of Brother Win. J. Crawford to
present this travel 'with the ease which
encloaea it to the Baptist ?rncral Asso?
ciation of America "
Dr. Dunarray offered the following res
olutions, which were adopt i l.artd I he sec
r.-tary was requested to send Mr. Craw
rd ii ?? ? 11 e^t^^^l^^y^^^^^^^
OKE, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21,
Tbo annual family gathering at the Thanksgiving table, the chil?
dren's Christmas tree, groups of friends gathered to past; a winter's
??veuing?all make delightful indoor subjects for winter Kodaking, while
the fields and trees In snowy garb make quite as beautiful subjects for
outdoor work as do the ?reen groves and meadows of summer.
PUT A KODAK ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST. ?r>.00 toif'J?.OC.
The new Kodaks all take Eight-Froof Film Cartridge and cau be
LOADED IN DAYLIGHT.
See the wonderful "Folding Pocket Kodak" just received. We will
be glad to show it to you whether you wish a camera or not. Full supply
of photographic materials at lowest prices.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Avenue S. W.
"Whereas Brot her Wm. .T. Crawford,
of Buffalo, N. Y., has this day presented
to the Baptist General Association of
Virginia,enclosed in a neat morocco case,
it handsome gavel with silver mountings,
und appropriate inscriptions thereon, the
said gavel having been made from the
wood of a tre" which grew within tbo
ee'hir walls of the bouse in which Ceorge
Washington was born, which [bouse was
burned in the year 1785; therefore be it
"Kesolved, That this Association grate?
fully accepts the beautiful and appropri?
ate gift, and assures Brother Crawford of
its high appreciation of his thoughtful
kindness and generosity.
"Besolved, That the recording secre?
tary of this body be instructed to fcr
ward to Brother Crawford a certifie?
copy, of this preamble and these resolu?
tions with assurances of our best wishes
fur his happiness and coutinued pros?
The comtnittee'on tho amendment of
the constitution made a report that was
received and taken up infections. The
first proposition was that no church
should have more than 15 messengers.
Dr. Battle amended it by striking out 16
[ and.iuserting 10. Tho matter was dis?
cussed pro and con ami a vote was taken,
which rest lied in a victory for tho orig?
inal amendment. A division was called
for and the secretary counted the vote,
which stood 117 to 103.
Tho order of the day was called anil the j
moderator appointed the fcllowing com
mi'tee on religious exercises: L. .G.
Brouuhtou, T. J. Shipmun. jWm. Buns
ford, J. A. Barnhardt, J. M. Buck, .1 B.
Tuvlor, C. B. Cocke, J. A. Jamison, W.
Committee ou New Botirds?T. S. Dun
away. J. H. Manin, P. H. Pernell, H. A.
Bauby, M. L. Wood, G. S. Kinnard, H.
W. Triable. ..I R. Bagby, W. J. Ship
lion. J. Taylor Kllyson^read the sixty
sixth annual report of the education !
board. The report showed that the Bap?
tists of Virginia had 50 young m?u study?
ing for the ministry In the *uriot;s Bap?
tist schoo's in the State, including those
at the Baptist Theological Seminary at.
Bouisville, Ky. 'The report showed th'M
there was no money In tho 'treasury, and
In fact they entered in the work for this
year with a debt of $800,due the seminary
The report was adopted and [the ques?
tion of the :lebt was discussed by several
Prof. Cocke, of Hollias, made a mo
I tion to the effect tbm the board bo in?
structed to pay the $800.
It was amended by Rev. R. J. Willing
barn, o1' Richmond, who offered as ? sub?
stitute that the money bu raised right
now from the Association.
Rev. Dr. Dargau, of the Seminary, was
called upon autl explained the^ status of
affairs in regard to the Yirgiuiu students
at the Seminary.
At the conclusion of Dr. Dargan's re?
marks the Association arose and sang
one ?tanza of "The Morning Light is
Breaking," after which Dr. Willinghain
went on t he plat form and after a brief
speech took up a collection and $8011 was
raised by subscription and cash, tuter
which the hat was passed around and an
additional $81.00 raised, making a total of
The following committee on relations
to semi nary was appointed: J. Taylor
Ell j son and Revs. J. K. Dean, M. W.
Dennis, T. I). Johnson, W. R. Barksdale
and Henry Schmelz.
William EHyson, of the I oard of State
missions, made a report, which was some
what 'lengthy. It showed that, over
$12,00(1 had been dsibursed last year in
mission work. The teport v.as adopted
an'' the question of retrenchment was
discussed by several pastors, as there was
no money in the treasury to begin work
this year, but the majority seemed to
favor the idea of going forward and push;
ing tht woik ahead. V
'n the absence of the treasurer, Rev. T.\
H. Eilett was elected treasurer pro ten:,
and took charge of the money collected.
I The committee on religious exercises
made the following report:
The following pastors wi'l occupy tho
pulpits of tho various churches to-day:
Lutheran Chnich?J. Win. Jones,
morning; C. O. Meador, evening
Unite'1 Brethren?W. V. Savage, morn?
ing: J. A. Speight, evening.
Calvary Baptist -Rev. R. J, Willing
ham, morning; Rev. K. C. McCouuell,
KiiHt Baptist?Rev. E. C. Dargen,
morning; Hev. E. B. Bollard, evening.
Jefferson Street Baptist? Rev. ^H. W.
Trlbble, morning; Rev. H. W. Battle,
Eirnt PresbvterUn?Rev. Geo. Cooper,
mr ruing; Hev. II. A. Bat/by, evening.
Bethany Presbyterian?Rev. C. C. Cos,
morning; Rev. G. S. Kennard, evening.
Woodside Presbyterian?8:80 p. in.,
Hev. (;. si. Hurt.
Greene-Memorial?Rev. M. B. Whar
ton, morning; Rev. Wm. K. Hatcher,
Bruce M. E. Church ?Rev. J. S. Dill,
morning. Hev. \i. B. Wood, evening.
^ Belmont Methodist- Rev. W. V.
Fisher, morning; Rev. Ceo. B. Taylor,
St. James Methodist?Rev. P, H. Mar?
tin, morning: Rev. C. W. Duke, night.
Lee Streat Methodist?Rev. K. R. Bos
ton, morning; Rev. Geo. P. Ra&by, even?
Christian Church - Rev.(T. S. Runaway,
morning; Rev. T. A. .Johnson, evening.
Vintou Methodist?Rev. J. R. Hudson,
Vluton Presbyterian?Rev. .1. A. Bar?
Vinton Baptist?Rev. K. W. Win free,
morning; Bev. John Pollard, evening.
Norwich Mlssiou?11 a. m., Rev. R. E.
Rollins Institute- -Rev. K. C. Dargen,
High Street Colored Baptist Church?
Rev. T. 15. Heal, morning; Rev. H. C.
First Colored Baptist? Rev. Julian
Rroadus, morning; Rev. Chas. H. Hy
St, Paul Colored M. K. Church?Rev.
R. B. L. Ay lor, morning; Rev. Q. W.
Salem Baptist ?Hev. w. J, Shtpman,
morning; Rev. W. P. Ilines, will address
the Tyrea Missionary Society at night.
Salem Methodist Rev. A. R. Woodtln,
morning: Rev. C. J. Thompson, evening.
College Hill, i,ynchburg?Rev. J. H.
Mr. lMeasant Baptist, county?Rev. .1.
H. Butler, morning.
Cave Spring Baptist, county- Her. R.
A. Tueker, morning.
Y. M. C. A.?Rev. p. p. Hoberts?n will
make an address at 3:30 n. in.
R. R Y. M. C.A.? Rev. M. E. Broud
dus will make an address at 3:30 p. m.
Bonsack?Rev. E. F. Music at night.
Buchanan-- Rev. Geo.,W. Real, 11 a. m.
Timber Ridge Church?Rev. P. A. An
t bony, 11 a. in.
SI NBA Y-SOHOOLS.
Ca'vary Baptist?Address by Revs. T.
\. Hall and \V. V. Savaue.
Pit st Baptist Church- Rev. J.I'. Love.
Jefferson Street Baptist Church?Hev.
C. H. Sbipman.
West Appomattox?Rev. W. S. Rcyal.
The above appointments arc ollicial,
and will nut under any circumstances be
The Association then adjourned until II
oelock in the afternoon.
The afternoon session was opened by
sinking the hymn, "Jesus, Lover ot My
Soul," after which Rev. .1. II. Couch in?
voked a blessing.
The question of retrenching and cut?
ting down the expenses ot the State mis?
sion board was a.^aiu discussed by the
Rev. F. C. McCounell, of Lynchbnr",
offered an amendment to the effect that a
Held or assistant secretary should be em?
ployed to assist in the work.
The amendment was carried by a large
The original motion was voted on and
carried and the president appointed the
following committee: Hovh. E. W. Win?
frey, A. B. Woodtln. P. It. Boston. F. P.
Robinson. T. H. Shepperd, W, F. Fisher,
J. S. Dill, G. W. Beale, George Broxtou
Rev. Dr. Morebouse, of the American
Baptist Home Mission Society, ^srave a
detailed account of the work of the soci?
ety or organization which he represented;
also an account of mission work nmont,
both the white and colored race in this
Rev. Win. Jones, at the conclusion of
the address of Dr. Morehouse, arose and
said that he was heartily in favor of the
co-work with the negro race.
On motion of Rev. Dr. Hatcher the re?
port of State mission board was ,luid "on
Rev. Dr. Hatcher, chairman of the com?
mittee on programme, announced that
the Association would convene at 7:20 at
night; devotional exercise, _10 minutes;
recognition of the officers of the Ameri?
can Baptist Publishing Company, 'JO
minutes: recognition of Hev. Dr. Frost, of
the Sudd ay. school board, of the Southern
Baptist convention, 20 minutes, alter
I which the report of the Home Mission
Hoard will he read.
Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson, chairman of
tlie committee to consider the relation of
he education hoard to the baptist Theo
?ideal Seminary at Louisville, made the
'Your committee appointed to con
ider tho best plan for providing , for the
upport cf Virginia students at tho
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
ould respectfully recommend that the
ient arrangement by which the educa?
tion boaid assumes the payment of the
rd of Vltglnia students at the Semi
tiaji' be coutinned f- r an >ther year; and
further recommend that the educa
hoard shall promptly advise the
rches of the needs of the board for the
rent session and urge them to at range
enlarged collections at an early date,
|t Is so tar as is prncticable.so that tho
ird may h ive In their treasury the
nancy required to earn on the work on
tlufbeht. possitile terms: and to that end
lyould e-pecialu recommend that the
inches having gtilihflitH under the care
lie board he earnestly requested to
a provisions in mich way as each
ch may deem liest to raise whatever
.is may t>e n'vd.d to support the .-.tu
chits recommended by the church to the
fldance ami support of the board,
ned, J. Taylor Kllyson? H. L Schmelz,
w. Dennis, P D Johnson, J. F.
The Times will mail postage paid,
copies of the paper containing re?
port of Baptist convention for two
cents a copy,
The aftotnooj session adjourned with
prayer by Rev. W. J. Decker.
The evening session was opeued by
singing the hymn, "Am 1 aSoldier of the
Cross:'" followed with a prayer by Rev.
w. p. Fisher: singing, "How Firm a
Foundation." Prayer by Rev. C. C. Cox.
Rev. C F. Bagby, of Farmville, read
the fourth chapter of Malachi and made
a brief talk therefrom. Prayer by Rev.
M. F. Saulord. Song, "My Faith Eooks
Up to Thee." 1
Presideut Owens appointed the follow?
ing committee on enrollment: Chairman,
J. Taylor Ellyson, and Revs. G. W. Hurt,
J. O.^Sessoois, ,Ino. H. Couch, J. \V.
Hundley, J. Lee Taylor, G. \V. Gilgoro
E. B. Bailey, .lames E. Carter, W. H.
Sadler, .lohn Hart, A .T. Coous, A. P.
Cole, .lohn E. Utz, T. M. Hawkins, it.
i M. Young, Paul Camp, J. G. Councill,
T. B. Forrester, Geo. F. Cook, K. A.
Waddill, Chas. L. Corbett, T. E. Walle,
Wm. A. Miller, J. P. Saul.
Rev. Dr. Seymour, of the American
Baptist Publication Society, of Philadel?
phia, was introduced ami ho entertained
the Association for twenty minutes with
a history ot his society, and the work
they were doing, especially in the South?
land. At the conclusion of 'be remarks
of Dr. Seymour, Rev. Dr. Frost, of the
Sunday-school board of the Southern
Baptist convention, of Nashvile, Tenn.,
was introduced and for twenty minutes
bo entet tallied the audience with the
work that is carried on and douo by tbo
society he represented.
Thu committee on order of business
submit ted the following report, which was
Sunday afternoon, 3:80, Baptist Or?
phanage. The orphans will bo preseut
and do the singing.
j Miscellaneous business, '.bill) to 10 a.
j m. 10 to 11 a. in., obituaries; 11 to 1 p.
m., general education.
3 to3:40 p. in., report ou representation;
8:40 to ? p. hl, (Sunday-school aud Bible
0 to 0:80 a. m., mlscellanous business
and report of committee on time ami
place; 0:80to 10:80 a. m., ministers' relief;
10:30 to 11 ::>t) a. in., com mi tee on corpo?
ration and woman's work; l!:3t( a.m.,all
unfinished business ami adjournment.
Rev. F. C. McConnell. of Lynchburg,
read a lone report from tbo H>nte Mis?
sion Board. The report was full of en?
couraging fao*8 of general interest to the
Association. Tbo board closed its fiscal
year last year with a debt of $8,000, which
by January bad growu to $28,000. Tbo
board went to the convention in .May
with the debt extinguished. The receipts
for this year as reported by the treasurer,
Rev. Dr. Rylond were $10,600.60, an In
crease of $y?'.U57 over last year. The ro
contiuuud on fourth pugo.
Although we have been in business sev?
enteen years, during which time we have
handled nearly all the leading makes of
pianos, we have neve" bad as line and as
complete a line of instruments as we aro
exhibiting n*?W. We have the largest
stock of 'piano?, we suppose, that was
ever shown in Koanoke, consisting of se
vernl grades, from tbo highest to thu me?
dium. We do not carry the cheapest,hav
ing by experience learned that it does not
pay in thu end. Wo [.buy in largo quan?
tities for two bouses, Roauoke and
Lynchburg, and are therefore buying
cheaper by from $35 to $-10 than ever bo
fore in the long history of our bouse.
We are prepared, therefore, to offer
greater inducements, both in price and
terms, than heretofore. We ask all to
call and verify for themselves these facts.
1IOBB1E MUSIC CO.,
J. D. HOBBlEi, President.
St. Hair Bros, refuse to sell
OFF-GRADE STALE GROCERIES
in order to mate a CHBP price.
If you want the best and freshest
imported and domestic table
del cacies you can rely upon
them, if you want a fine fat
country turkey for ihanksgiviiig
SAY SO QUICK. They have all
of the ingredients for your
Xmas fruit cake, fresh and of
the finest quality C. B.
BLQUNT, Manager. 'Phone III,
111 Jeffersrn street.
Aetna Lithia and Oakland
Mineral Waters delivered at
your house for 10 cents per
Km mist for Virginia: Bhoweri; warmer;
Don't fail to attend the fire sale
at Enock's Bazaar. Goods slight?
ly damaged by smoke to be sold
regardless of cost.
PRICE 3 CENTS
Ministers Should Keep at the Foot
ot the Gross.
HAVE YOU RECEIVED THE HOLY
GHOST SINCE YOU BELIEVED??
THE FOLLY OF THE BLIND
LEADING THE BLLND?DON'T
PASS SENTENCE UNTIL YOU
READ THE FOLLOWING.
Huva you received Him yet? Do you
know what I mean by this question? Is
it a vague or is it a definite command?
Is it a sort of an indelinite command? Is
it a sort of tin indefinite influence to you,
or the receiving of the person? May the
spir<t Himself do adctiniie work lu your
heart to-day as you read these lines. Let
Him turn on the . searchlight of God's
word upon your heart. "Have you re?
ceived the Holy Ghost since you be?
lieved:-" If you have uot tletinitely, by
an act of faith, douo so, you have not yet
been obedient to one of .the last commands
of Jesus. Take your Uiblo and see for.
yourself if it is uot a detinlto and specific -
command. Tne enemy has long de?
frauded us of its true import. "Oh, yes,"
you say, "J pi ay of course for the guid?
ance ot the Holy Spirit."
That will not do, dear one. The ques?
tion Is a very plain one. The command
was very plain: "Receive ye the Holy
Ghost."?Juo. 20:23. Have you received
Him? Paul put this question to the
church at Ephesus. Tiro Revised Ver
Bion puts it a little differently and even
makes it more emphatic that the King
James Version, if noything. "Did you
receive the Holy Ghost when you be?
lieved?" Did you? You otiuh t to know. Or
is your answer the same that Paul received
there lu Epbesus? Re houest now tbont
this matter, just as these dear ones vtere
in Acts It) 2, You have just what you re?
ceived by faith. I mean by that, you -.
have what you receive by an active and
a definite faith. Passive faith in this
matter will avail you Uithiug 1 douut
if a passlvo faith ever accomplishes any?
thing; but sure 1 am, it will not avail auy
t Iniiwhere dellnitu work in the soul or
Spirit is concerned?for that matter tho
body either. We need this detiuite and
active faith in and for the Triune God,
for the triune man. Rut I urn gettinir
away from the question that wo are to
thiuk specially about just now, viz:?
"Have you ever definitely so received tti& *
Holy Spirit?" Perhaps there is a min?
ister of the Gospel reading these lines,
und you will say to me, "why of course
I have, else how could I be a successful
soul winner, or bow could I even become
a minister? Surely this would indicate
that I bad Uken this step of inith at
some time, consciously or unconsciously."
True, the indications ju the exterior may
seem all right, but this question, in this
phase of it. does not deal with externals
at all. It concerns you and you alone
as 1 put It now. Now you may be just
where the disciples were in reference to.
tho Holy Ghost, previous to the day of
Pentecost. Jesus makes the two exper?
iences quite distinct. And in speaking
of them He says, as He talks to the dis
cip'es about the Holy Ghost: "Now He la
with you, then He shall be in you."
The Holy Ghost was then In Jesus, and
us Jesus was with them, so was thel
Holy Ghost, and with them too, In all the!
pswer of His personality; but he waai
specifically and for a definite purpose in\
Jesus, and there He must remain until
tho woik in Him is finished and Jesus Is
seated at the right band of the Father.
Then and not till then will He bo at lib?
erty to begin any other specific work.
And so Jesus says,?"it is expedient for
you that I go away: for if I go not away,
the Comfoiter will not come uuto yon;
but if 1 go, I will send II I in uuto you."
?Juo. Hi:7. so as soon as Jesus yets to
Heaven He Is not long in fulfilling His
promise to His wailing disciples. His ..
mission is a specific one. He is hero to
prepare u Bride for Christ. This is His
business. And everything that Is need?
ful" for Him to accomplish this has been
committed to Hltn. And unless you re?
ceive Him you never can bo a member .of
the Bride of Christ. Von cannot prepare
yourself, and Jesus does not?that is,
in that official and spec!lie sense. This
work in this sense is committed to the
Holy Spirit and to Him alone. And Goil
the Father will acknowledge no other
agency in preparing a Britlu tor His Son.
Coil demands it, and Jesus demands it.
Being a? ordained minister or an evan>
gelist will not suffice here. Being a sun
day-schoot superintendent or a Sunday
schou1 teacher will not do. Heine any ot
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