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ira DEPOT,
By close application anil constant ef
fort. Tast laurels we count not. Ac
tion of the day is the measure of worth.
"What has been done is history. Here
are present facts:
Our Store is a perfect marvel of
newness, color, quantity und
fashion, from Ginnhuius, the em
blem of domestic happiness and
work, to Silks, Satins and luxu-riousness-
Imported and domestic. The crea
tions of the most skilled manufacturer
and the selections of the most crltlcul
buyer we can show you. French novel
ties In changeable tliruies. extra tine silk
and wool fabrics In many artistic combi
nations: exclusive patterns und hun
dreds of the most recherche novelties,
nil toKether are an uneiiuulcd assort
ment of the newest and best dress
muterlul to be found any where this sea
eon. LACES.
Superior qualities of tine laces for
trimming and draperies are arriving,
and taking the Held with some of the
choicest designs and bet values in laces
ve have ever shown. White Kmbrold
ered Yokes. lUack Luce. Chiffon. Va
lenciennes. Point Yenise, Uace Insertions
in fact the lace world is well repre
sented in our lace department.
These surest April showers and
spring- and summer sun. Our umbrella
counters and parasol stands represent
the latest creations of the umbrella
manufacturer and the choice of the
markets ran? and beautiful handles
Mack and colored silks. Parasols in
lovely coverings the charm of the sum
mer icirl. Oone early and see our dli
pUy at the umbrella department.
The hot rays of the brisht April sun
rminds us that It will be much warmer
later on. We do not nu-an for you to
be rash or Imprudent in removing your
heavy winter clothing:, but we shuw
J ou In , advance all the necessary
weights and different materials which
the climate will demand. At our un
derwear counters you will find Swiss
Hibbed Vests with or without sleeves,
Palbrls-sran Vests, silk and wool mixed,
I.icrht Union suits. Kverythint? in this
d-partment can m-et the demand of di
versified tastes and wants.
41 2 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
Specialist on
Nerve Troubles,
Cnd DlneaMS of the Heart, Lunra, Kid
neys, Liver, Womb, Htomaeh, Bladder,
liead. Fits and KpUepsy.
H4 with hfet aaatatant treat ail diseases
of the Eye, None. Ear and Throat, Dyt
pepla. ftheumatlam. Lot Vitality, Nerv
ous Debility, Kemale Weakness and Irren
ularKle.. Nightly Lovsas and Errors of
Youth, Lost Manhood. Varlococele, Illood
I'otsonlnn. Eon-ma, Scrofula, 8t. Vltua
Lanfe, Diabetes, Bright' Disease,
Asthma, etc.
Any one aufferlnjf with Catarrh who
rtxhefl to be permanently, quickly anl
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS.
The doctor has discovered a specific for
this dreaded disease. You can treat arrl
euro youreoif and family with It at home.
It never falls to cure. A trial treatment
OFF1CK HOUP.8-Daily, t a. m. to p.
m.: Sunday. 10 to 4.
Examine our new line of Spring
poods. All of the latest designs
and colorings, and otir prices
lower than any other house in
the trade, for goods of the same
of every description and quality.
We are overstocked and will sell
at prices about one-half the reg
ular price, as we need the room.
J.Scott Inglis
James- Moran, J. J. Patterson and
James Kllcullen, of Forest City, cir
culated among Greenwood friends yes
terday. . i
P. V. O'Hara, John. Walsh, and
Michael FlJherty are serclng as trav
erse jurors his week. V
The dreefiwood mines will be Idle to
day. I
Jerry Ctttter, a former Tesldent of
this place, wlll-'be married at Carbon
dale today to Miss Mary Mcllale, of
that city.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report "
Clarence I. AkIiuUI has been appoint
ed u naval cadet, and notified to appear
at the Naval academy at Annapolla
not later than September 2, or xueh
other time as the superintendent of the
academy may dealtc'iate. lie la a youiiK
man of fine physhine and pood educa
tion, and we doubt not that ho will pans
muster. His father was a naval ap
prentice In his early years, and spent
many days on board Hhlp, crulBlna;
about New York harbor, and up and
down the coast.
The many friends of Rev. W. M.
lliller are rejolcliiK that he Is to re
turn to Tunkhannock for another year.
He is a deep thinker, a sound theolo
Klun. and has done a Ki'and work In
Tunkhannock. Himself und wife are
spending the week with their dauKhter,
Mis. Charles N. Skinner, ul Port Jervls,
N. V.
W. H. Whipple was down from Me
hoopauy yesterday.
Theodore Streeter has his new furni
ture delivery wagon out of the shop.
It Is a daisy.
Miss l.ettle Woodhouse, of Klk Lake,
Is vlsltlmr friends here. She will go to
Wllkes-Barre May 1 to take a position
as seamstress in the city hospital.
JudKe Dunham charged the Jury in
the Wall case on Monday, and they
went out at about 7.45. Sometime be
fore midnight they agreed upon an
acquittal, scaled up their verdict and
went to bed at the hotel. The verdict
was opened in court yesterday morning,
and after being announced the prisoner
was allowed to walk out of the court
room a free man. As there was no
more convincing evidence aguinst Itert
Pratt than against Wall, It was agreed
to dismiss hi in also. His attorneys
would not allow a nolle pros to be en
tered, however, but Insisted that a Jury
be drawn und a verdict of not guilty
regularly entered so that the case might
not be taken up against him at some
future time. This was done as a mere
matter of form, and he was also allowed
to go. Thus ends one of the longest
and most expensive trials that ever
took place in the Wyoming county
Ziba Cillings. who has been sick all
winter. Is worse again.
A horse attached to a two-wheeled
cart broke loose from Its moorings In
front of Strecter's furniture establish
ment yesterday and floated around the
square. The craft was boarded on the
way around and safely towed into port.
It belonged to a farmer from out In
the township.
The decision of the lower court In the
case of John B. and Mary Kassitt vs.
X. H. Davis & Co.. and Shaler & Clark
has been Teversed by the supreme
court. The controversy was over the
proceeds of the sheriff sale of the real
estate of H. C. Frost, which when In
the hands of the auditor, was claimed
by both parlies to the suit, each holding
Judgments against the said Frost. Sev
eral complications entered into the
matter, but the decision of the lower
court was in favor of the defendants.
O. S. Klnner, of Nicholson, has en
tered the office of Charles E. Terry, esq.,
to finish his course in the study of law.
Mrs. Warren Kasson Is reported
much worse.
Mrs. Rebekah Brunges, who has been
sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
J. R. Scouten, at Wilkes-Barre, Is much
Improved, and hopes to be able to come
home before long.
Miss Lucy Shelp, who has been at the
home of her sister, In Exeter township,
for some time, has returned to town.
The Jury in the Wall murder case,
with their tipstaves, presented to New
man Fitch, proprietor of the Keeler
house, a handsome rocker, as a token of
their appreciation of the courtesies ex
tended to them during their stay at the
house. The presentation was made by
D. A. Knuppenburg, and gracefully re
ceived by the genial landlord.
A. 3. Wlntermute will stock the store
at Lake Carey and run It this season.
Dr. A. D. Brundage comps forward
with the first catch of trout for the
season, one of which measured ten and
a half inches In length. He lured them
from the waters in Kern's Olen, near
Lake Carey.
A short session of court will be held
this morning, and then an adjournment
to June.2H made, when some cases for
argument will be taken up. ,
Khenmatlsm Cured lit a I)ny.
"MYSTIC CURE" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures In 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system Is remark
able and mysterious. It removes at onje
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
fits. 75 cents. So d by Carl Lorenx, Drug
gist, 418 Lackawanna avenue, Scranton,
C. C. Clay and son, A. B. Clay, of
Elmhurst, were In town on Tuesday,
attending the funeral of W. J, Whit
ney. Dr. John Wilson drove down from
Montrose on Sunday to attend the
Easter services at the First Baptist
church and visit his parents at this
place. He reports the roads In a bad
A. vy. Lyons, of Montrose, spent Sun
day and Monday with friends In town.
The funeral services of W. J. Whit
ney were held from his late residence
on Academy street. Rev. M. J. Wat
kins, of the First Baptist church, offi
ciated. Interment was made In Ever
green cemetery.
Mrs. 13. 1). Gardner Is confined to
her room by slcness. Charles Brower
Is also very 111.
Miss Bertha Knnpp, who has been
visiting relatives during the winter at
Chicago, returned home Friday even
ing. Dr. Richard Kenwood's new resi
dence on Maple street is nearly cum
leted. Rev, Anna Shaw, of Scranton, will
deliver a temerance lecture at the First
Baptist church (Wednesday) this even
ing. The Woman's Christian Temper
ance union Invite all to attend. No ad
mission wilt be charged, but a collection
will be taken.
The Easter services at the First Bap
tist church were very interesting. The
choirs were drilled by Professor W. N.
Miss Nancy Hinds Is entertaining her
cousin from Windsor.
Miss Reta Snyder, of Nicholson,
spent last week with friends In town.
Rev. M. H. Wllber will return to
Factoryvllle, very much to the pleasure
of the people.
The "Social GIubs" was presented be
fore a very, lurge and appreclatlce au
dience at the Opera House on Monday
evening. The cust consisted entirely
of young ludieH and gentlemen of this
place, who played their parts alinoHt
perfectly, and the performance, as a
whole, was easily among the best nmn
tuer entertainments ever presented
here. .MIsb Mury DulTy wua an admira
ble Eva Thornley, nnd Miss Fannie
Coleman's Interpretation of the role of
Nettie Netlleby could scarcely be Im
proved uKin. John R. Melvln was a
very capable Charles Thornley, nnd
Charles H. Eutou was equally success
ful us Dr. Slater. John A. Rellly'g Im
personation of John Farley was one of
the mot creditable features of the evn
lug, and John J. Langiin, as the schem
ing 'Squire Hollls, acted his part with
rare skill. T. W. Loftus, as Harold
lladley, looked the picture of good nat
ure and benevolence that the character
proved to be. John A. Foole, as Hob
Brittle, and II. J. Battle. s Jack, the
Rover, furnished all the fun for the
audience and kept them In a merry
mood during the .performance. The nu
dience showed their appreciation of the
excellent work of the players and the
upplause which they bestowed was well
merited. The proceeds of the enter
tainment, which will be considerably
more than S1U0, will be donated to the
treasury of the Father Matthew so
ciety. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning M. J.
Kearney, of Muln street, and Miss
Katie Corcoran, of Church street, were
married In St. Thomas' church. The
ceremony wus performed by the rector,
Rev. T. J. Oomerford. The bride was
attended by her cousin. Miss Early, of
Pittston, and Dr. P, II. Kearney, of
Scranton, a brother of the groom, was
groomsman. After the ceremony a
breakfast was served to the relatives
of the wedded couple at the home of
the bride's father, James Corcoran, of
Church street. In the afternoon Mr
Mrs. Kearney went on a tour, whlcTi
will include a visit to New York, Boston
and Philadelphia. The bride and
bridesmaid were very beautifully
dressed; the bride wore a mauve cos
tume, trimmed with pearl, and hat to
match; the bridesmaid wore dark green
cloth with velvet trimming and had a
hat to match. The groom and grooms
man wore the customary black.
C. B. Eaton Is in New York city.
Among those from out of town who
attended the entertainment on Monday
evening were: C. P. Powderly, Frank
ami Joe Battle, and Miss McNamara.
of Carbondale; Misses Madden and
Canavan, of Hyde Park; Misses Mame
and Clara Grler. of Dickson; Misses
May Rogan, Winnie Hoban, Alice
Kelly, Aggie Martin, of Olyphant.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Archi
bald Blair, who died at the home of her
daughter, Miss Early, of Scranton, on
Saturday, took place this morning. The
remains were taken here on the 10.30
train and a high mass of requiem was
sung In St. Thomas' church. Rev. Dr.
Lucas, the celebrant, delivered an elo
quent and impressive funeral sermon.
He referred In terms of praise to the
excellent character of the deceased and
her devotion to her religion and her
family. The remains were laid to rest
In the Catholic cemetery. The pall
bearers were: Joseph Sharpless, Rich
ard Keogh, Edward Murray and Pat
rick Moran, of this place, and T. F.
Gllmartln and John Tonney, of Scran
ton. Contractor Mullen, of Avoca, has be
gun work on the trench of the Arch
bald Water company and had about
forty men at work on Main street yes
terday. The company proposes to take
water to Peckvllle and the Ridge and
will lay a 6-lnch pipe for that purpose.
T. J. Clark and his sister, Nellie, are
In Kingston attending the wedding of
their cousin, Miss Tonery.
Last evening at 8 o'clock at the
Presbyterian parsonage, on North
Church Btreet. Rev. Charles Lee united
in marriage Miss Jennie Klefer and
Fred Ogleby.
H. O. Baker, James II. Paul and W. J.
Hamilton went to Chambersburg yes
terday, where today they will attend
the marriage of B. S. Baker, of this
city, to Miss Haulman, of Chambers
burg. The Women's guild of Trinity church
will hold a supper at the church rectory
this evening from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Mrs. William Shln"er, of Pittston, Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Van Der
ford, of Canaan street. .
The Pelavare and Hudson mine de
partment was paid yesterday.
The first game of buse ball In the
new Anthracite park will be played on
Friday of this week between the Car
bondale club and the Unondngo In
dians. Mrs. Charles Ellis, of Way mart, was
a Carbondale visitor yesterday.
David H. Thomas and family will re
move to Peckvllle today.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lister, of Phila
delphia, are guests of the former's
mother In this city.
George Robinson, of Lendxvlllo,
shook hands with his Carbondale
friends yesterday.
Miss Adella Williams, of Williams
avenue, is the guest of Scranton
Mrs. Lee Deminlng, nf Wllkes-Barre,
Is the guest of the Misses Brown, oil
Park street. t
C. R. Power left on a business trip to
New York yesterday.
Miss May Mason, Ezra and Theodore
Council, Mark Edgar and Arja Powell,
of Scranton, were in attendance at the
Exchange club dance, Monduy even
ing. Miss I.lzzle Lelblg, of Scranton, Is
visiting her parents here,
'Miss Sarah Sly Is visiting friends at
The Young People's society of Grace
church met In the Sunday school room
Monday night and organized. The pur
pose of this society is to hold religious
meetings for the young people and to
promote sociability among' the ' young
people of the parish.
One to five applications of Doan's Oint
ment will cure the worst case of Itching
Piles there ever was. Can you afford to
sudor tortures when a simple never-falling
remedy li at hand? Doan's Ointment
never fails. . ...
; Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds and
son, Lewis, have ono to Ohio, where
they will visit., relatives for a-few.
months. "
The ball of the Shamrock Social club
was held In Weber's rink Monday even
ing and proved a must successful social
The Pyne mines will be Idle this week
owing to Improvements that are being
made at the foot.
Miss Lizzie Morris, a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Morris, of the Flats,
died very suddenly on Sunday morning
after a weeks' Illness of pneumonia.
She was about 20 years of age.
Rich Red GEtood
In the body of an adult person there are
bout 18 pounds of blood.
The blood has an ita most Important ele
ments, small round corpuscles, red and
white, la proportion of about 900 red to 1
White one.
If the number of red corpuscles becomes
diminished and the white ones lnurefUed
the blood la impure, thin, lacking In the
nutrition necessary to sustain the health
and nurve strength of the body.
Then That Tired Feeling, Nervousness,
Scrofula, Suit Rheum, or others of the long
train of Ills, according to the temperament
aud disposition, attack the victim.
The only permanent remedy la found in
reliable blood medicine like Hood's
Sanaparilli, which acts upon the red cor
puscles, enriching them and Increasing
their number. It thus restores the vital
fluid to healthy condition, expels all im
purity, cures Nervousness, That Tired Peel
ing, Scrofula and all other diseases arising
from or promoted by low state of the blood.
That those statements are true we prove
not by our own statements, but by what
thousands of perfectly reliable people gay
about Hood's Sarsaparllla. Read the testi
monial In the next column from a beloved
clergyman. Then take
Hood's Sarsaparilla
The Blood Purifier and
The funeral of Miss Carrie Collins
took place Monday afternoon from her
lute residence at West Avoca. The re
mains were taken to the Methodist
Episcopal church. Rev. Turner, ot
Mooslc, preached an Impressive ser
mon. The remains were taken to
Marcy cemetery for interment.
Mrs. James Ryan Is Hi at her home In
West Avoca.
Mrs. Josephine Dempsey, who has
been spending the past few weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Connelly, of Dunmore,
returned home Saturday.
At a special meeting on Saturday
evening of the town council the con
tract for grading und paving Pittston
avenue was awarded to Heuly & Tate,
of Pittston, at the following prices:
Grading, 33V4 cents per cubic yard; pav
ing, fit) cents per square yard, and that
the said contractors furnish a bond to
the amount of $2,000.
Miss Lizzie Clifford, of Dunmore, is
spending her vacation with Miss Belle
Mrs. James Ryan lies dangerously 111
at her home In West Avoca.
Dr. G. B. Seamans was a visitor at
Wilkes-Barre yesterday.
Frank Boone, employed by the Avoca
O-al company, as a watchman, on Fri
day evening sustained a broken leg by
falling on a rail. He was conveyed to
the Pittston hospital.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has ben
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is the best remedy for
diarrhea. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Leslie Decker, of Susquehanna, was
In town Monday.
The funeral services of "Wat" Corn
wall were held at his late residence
Monday afternoon. The deceased was
59 years nf nge.
J. J. Todd was In town Monday.
llert Hager, of Klngsley, was in town
over Sunday. . ,
Edward O'Brien, of Great Bend, was
In town Sunday.
Friday evening of this week will be
celebrated at the Opera house by Pro
feHStrr Haiinulinn's final hop. Supper
will be served.
Scranton parties were payftig f5 cents
for potatoes in this region last week,
The supply Is small.
Greet English Remedy.
Gray's Specific Medicine
rA aT .fa ir vnil enrren from Nor-
snNTmami yum. "ILJJUfcJUUJUaL roua De
bllHy, Woaknewof Body and Mind, Bperma
torrb.a, and Impotenoy, and all dlseaioe that
E from over-indulgence and self-abuse, as
of Memory and Power, Ulmneas of Via
Premature Did Age and many other die'
eaeee that lead to Insanity or Con.iimpUoa
ana an any grave, write tor a pamuniet.
Addrnu UKAV MKDKINB Co., Bufl
n.. 1
N. V. The Hneciflo Medicine la cold by all
drunaltta at 11 oer oarkace.. or alz rackas-ra
for tt, nr sent by mail nn receipt of monev.
and with every ft.00 order Uc GI)IRsNT
a rare or money refunded. Wi aifllimilii
tVOn account of counterfeits we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the oaly gtaa.
In. Bold la Boranton by Matthews Bros.
Would announos their Opening Sale
for one week's time. We have u selec
tion of a very flue line in Shirts, the
finest in tills city. Our Shirts are one
of the best uinkes, and sold at very low
figures; for illustration see the follow
ing: A Cheviot Shirt, made up with neck
bund aud yoke, cost almost to man
ufacture 13.60 a dozen; our price, 29
cents; a flyer. Next lot made 30
inches long, stitched, double seam,
fast in color, aud only 39 cents.
Boys' Waists, anything in the line
from 18 cents and upwards to 50c.
Our Selection In Underwear, we
arc most sure will satisfy every buy
er, because the line is complete for
Men, Ladies and Children aud the
Babe Child.
Miss Sarah Williams has gone to
New York city, where she will hence
forth make her future home.
David Williams returned last week
front an extended visit to Wales.
The "bachelors' social," to be held In
the Price Library hall this evening,,
promises to be. an unique and enter
taining, affair. Ice cream, cake and
maple sugar will be served.
The Austin Coal company shut down
their mines In the Sibley Monday fur an
Indefinite period.
Miss Mollie Gtlgallon, of Archbald, Is
visiting Miss Bridget McDonald, on
Oak street.
MIsb Delia Mackin, of Grove street, Is
visiting In Dunmore.
" In view of the benefit I have had from
Hood's Sarsaparllla I wish to give the fol
lowing testimonial. I have several times
been badly
Poisoned With Creeping Ivy.
As the old school ot medicine simply tried
to remove the symptoms instead of the
sources of them, much of the poison was
left In my ayitein to appear in an Itching
humor on my body with every violent ex
ertion in warm weather. At all times there
were more or less Indications of poison in
my blood, up to a year ago last winter, when
Large Sores Broke Out
on my body. I then purchased bottle of
iiooa-s Barsaparllla, and after using that
aud a half of another bottle, the lores and
humor disappeared. I attended the Christ
ian Endeavor Convention In Montreal and
also visited the World's Fair In the hottest
weather of the summer. Was on the go all
the time, but
Had No Recurrence
ot the burning and itching sensation
which had marred every previous sum
mer's outing. I have reason, therefore,
to be enthusiastio in mv Brakes of Ilnnri'.
Sarsaparllla." Samuel S. Bohnell, pas
tor oi ree Baptist Church, Apalachln, N. Y.
True Nerve Tonic.
230 Lackawanna Ave,, Scranton.
says: "All wq want is a
chance." GIVE US a fair
trial and we will give 'ou
bargains that you never
dreamed of getting, bargains
you will remember all your
life. Every one that buys of
us now will surely be one of
our regular customers here
after. As an inducement to those
on the lookout for a rare bar
gain we are now offering
Men's All-wool Black Clay &( rrx
Diagoual Units, tj".
Same quality sold elsewhere for $10.
Men's all-wool Black Che v- Kfi
lot suits, O'J"'"
Same quality sold elsewhere for $ 7.60.
Boys' Long Pauta Suits, 9 tj
Boys' Long Pants Qt Kfl
Dross Suits, OU.JU
A lot of Black aud Blue Q C i
Knee Pants Suits, !),","
worth $3. .
A Hat that others sell for $3 1 lK
you can buy from us for 1UJ
lAlway do as they advertise,
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
NO. 1-A tine Balbrlggan Shirt and
Drawers. To make the price conve
uient for these times 25 cents euch.
In the following colors Blue, Uold,
Brown aud W hite. This number
is worth while for every mau to ex
amine. A French Bulbriggno Shirt, silk
finish, you can't buy them anywhere
for less than 76 eeuts. Our price,
43 cents.
Ladies' Kibbed Vest from 5 cents
to 15 cents, long or short sleeves.
500 dozen Child Rlbbed.long sleeves,
10 cents euch, or 3 for 25 cents.
If you need a' Shirt Laundrled, In
Cheviot or Percale, do not forget the
place which sells the best goods for
- less money 43 cents each. We
guarantee the work and material.
, cis, lis, ;
Jil'S !IIS,ft
'mi ! lit fi I
4 4
fw CHI1
coo Rolls this season's
at $4.oo a roll, 40 yards, and go up to $10.00
Cut quantities of Mattings 21 cents and 5 cents
over the roll price. Samples sent by mail. Dealers
supplied at the very lowest wholesale prices.
The Rise of Mercury
Suggests three things that we are interested in;
our object is to make these same things inter
esting to you.
A Design and quality are inducements
T while price hints that you save that
T heayy Carpet by replacing it with
I Matting, thereby cool and purify
N the room, in rolls of twenty yards.
G We sell at
S $1.75, $2, $2.50 and $3 per roll.
With or without water coolers, the kind that
saves ice. $2.50 will buy one; others at $10.00,
$12.00, $i5.oo and upwards. ,
Join the crusade against keeping babies shut
up In the house and making them poor and
sickly all their lives. $5.50 will be instrumen
tal In assisting you; $10.00 and $12.00 kinds
are as good as one wants. We have them at $35
Those Plush Upholstered &j.5o Recepiont
Chairs are going rapidly at $1.35.
1 1
: ;
imnnrtations. Prices start
Headache prjventwl and cured by huTtaf
your eyes tc:enttfically rzamiaed nii
fitted accurately hy
guaranteed lo every caat.
305 Spruce Street
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