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TITE OMAIJA DAILY HEE: SUNDAY, XOVEMHEK 1, 190.1.
CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MISOR MKSTIOJT.
Davis sells drug.
Btockert Bella cigars.
A store for men "Beno's."
Expert wateh repairing., Leffert, 409 B'y.
Celebrated Meti beer on tap. Neumayer.
Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert's, 4o
Broadway.
14-K and 1S-K wedding rings at Leffert's
J Broadway.
Fyrography outfits and supplies. C. E.
Alexander Co., 333 Broadway.
The. question Is no longer how old la
Anne, but what does T. B. A. stand for.
For rent, office room ground floor; one
of the most central locations In the buxi
ness portion of the city. Apply to The Bee
office, city. I
Sixty-eight marriHge licenses Were U
aued by the clerk of the district court dur
ing the month of October, tills number
being slightly above the average.
The Dodge Light Guards' foot ball team
will begin regular practice, Monday even
ing, and continue it each night until the
game with Doane college Saturday at Lake
Alanawa.
Mra. Charles Burke, wife of the city
poundmaster, died yesterday morning at
the Woman's Christian Association hospi
tal. Besides her husband she leaves three
children, one a bRby but two daya old.
Sterling Forrest, one of the three car
cleaners held on the charge of looting
Pullman cars In the local yards of the
Northwestern railroad, secured his release
from the county Jail yesterday afternoon
by furnlxhlng the requisite bond.
The police detail for the month of No
vember will be as follows: Day detail,
Patrolmen J W. Kirk, A. A. Kirk and O.
T. Frary; night detail. Patrolmen A. Lor
ensen, F. L. Hayes, J. C. Anderson, W.
B. Hue, with C. JJIstman In plain clothes.
The preliminary hearing of O. Walker,
Fred Jones and J. M. Kennedy, charged
with robbing W. W. Stltt, the barber from
lmogene, la., was continued in police court
yesterday until Wednesday. Walker and
Kennedy are out on ball, but Jones Is still
at the city Jail.
"There la always room for one more."
No matter how large the attendance at
the Western Iowa Business and Normal
college, It seems as if there Is still room
for more. Both day and evening sessions
are well attended. The third month of the
fall term begins tomorrow, when new
classes will be organized.
" During the month of October there were
filed in the office of County Recorder
Smith 187 conveyances of real estate, with
s total consideration of (177.239.78. This Is
a considerable falling off when compared
with the same month last year, when 202
conveyances were filed, with a total con
sideration of 1316,549.69.
Officer Gullfoyle, on the arrival of the
Wabash passenger train at tne terminal
denu late Friday night, arrested a man
accused of the theft of an overooat at
Btanberrv. Mo. Waiting the arrival of the
patrol wagon, Gullfoyle locked the prisoner
In tne Daggage room, out wnen ine wagon
reached the depot the fellow Wiis not to
be found. An open window showed how he
had escaped. He considerately left the
stolea overcoat behind him.
POLITICIANS ARE ACTIVE
LaH Day for Registration Brings Oat ft
Large Number of Voteri.
FOURTEEN HUNDRED ADDED TO THE LIST
Demorratle Central Comsalttee Makes
mm Kffort to Placate the Frleads
of O'Xell, Candidate for
Sheriff.
The politicians were working overtime
yesterday and there was more politics to
the square Inch on the streets than there
had been since the opening of the cam'
puign. The candidates and party leaders
seem to realise that there was no time to be
lost with the election only three days oft
and every one was busy. On most of the
street corners were to be seen groups of
men discussing the situation and wherever
a candidate happened to be, whether re
publican or dmocratlc, he had his crowd
with him.
Another cause for the activity yesterday
was the fact that it was the last day for
registration and both parties were doing
their utmost to get every voter registered.
As a result of this work the registration
was heavy and at least 1,000 names were
added to the lists, making about 1,400 names
registered during the three days, of regis
tration. Reports from nine of the twelve precincts
of the city show the following registration:
Total
Three
Days.
151
134
153
129
14rt
81
JOB
7a
PAST WEEK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
Dramatic Clab Plasm Entertainment
I for BeneBt of Associated
Charities.
Miss Green of Graham avenue is visiting
friends in Neola, la.
Mrs. Frank Thome Is home from a visit
with friends in Portland, Ore.
Mrs. C. B. Cornelius and children have
gone to California to apend the winter.
The members of the Woman's Whist club
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. R.
Brinsmaid.
Mrs. B. B. Gardiner of South First street
Is home from a visit with relatives in
.Woodbine, la,
Mrs. J. P. Filbert of Los Angeles, Cal.,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ma
loney, of Avenue E.
MIhs Gertrude Davenport Is visiting
Miss Frances Wright, formerly of this
city, at Red Oak, la.
Mrs. J. K. Cooper entertained a number
of neighboring friends at a' Hallowe'en
party baturday evening.
Miss Nina Meyers entertained a few
friends informally at her home on Park
avenue Saturday evening.
Mlas Wood of Wisconsin, who has been
In the city, the guest of Miss Helen Foley,
has returned to her home.
Miss Helen Wallace was hostess at ' a
Hallowe'en party given at her home on
Bluff street Friday evening.
Colonel and Mrs. W. J. Davenport and
Miss Lou Maastmberg will leave Tuesday
for a short pleasure trip to Colorado.
Mrs. A. 8. Haselton of Oakland avenue
entertained at cards Friday afternoon.
About thirty guests were In attendance.
Miss- Chllds of Seventh avenue entertained
a number of friends at a fancy dress party
in celebration of Hallowe'en Friday even
ing. Mrs. John Mulqueen of Seventh street
entertained the women of St. Francis' Cath
ollo church at her home Thursday after
noon. The members of the Tuesday History
club will be entertained Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. J. K. Cooper on
Fourth avenue.
Miss Caroline L. Dodge entertained the
membera of the Daughters of the Amer
ican Revolution at her home on Third street
Thursday evening.
Mrs. Victor E. Bender entertained the
members of the Woman's club Wednesday
afternoon. The club will meet this week
with Mrs. Mary E. Dailey.
The marriage of Mr. George Gerner and
iu lu Vrinrai Hnwman will occur Wednes
day evening. November 18, at the home of
the bride s sister, Mrs. wooo. Alien.
Mr. and Mra. W. A. Maurer have issued
invitations for a reception . to be given
at their home on Second avenue weunea
day evening from 7 to 11.
Miss Conklin of Chicago, who' has been
the guest of Mrs. Herbert Woodbury, re
turned to her home in Chicago Thursday
evening, after spending the summer in this
city.
Miss Millie Graham entertained the mem
bers of the Tuesday Euchre club at her
home Tuesday afternoon. The club will
hold the next meeting with Mrs. Frank
Cappeli of Omaha.
Alderman and Mrs. J. C. Fleming enter
tained last evening at their home on Fifth
avenue complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Copley, who will leave in a few
days for their new noma in inicago. iiuriy
guests were present.
The members of the Dramatic club are
bually eiiKaged lu the-work of preparing
for the play to be given by 'them for the
benefit of the Associated Charities. Miss
Lillian Fiteh of Omaha is coaching the
members tor the occasion.
11 H. Lougee left the latter part of the
week for Chicago, where he will meet
Mrs. Lougee, who has been spending a
couple of weeks there, the guest of Mrs.
K. C. Ehenard. formerly of this city. "Mr.
and Mra. Lougee will return to the city ihli
evening.
The members of Mrs. George Sanford's
Sunday school class gave a most enjoy
able Hallowe'en social last evening at the
parlors of the church. Music, reading and
Kamea furnished the entertainment' of the
evening. Refreshments appropriate to the
occasion were served.
First ward: Saturday.
First precinct 206
Second precinct 89
Second ward: '
First precinct 109
Second precinct 109
Third ward:
First precinct 107
Second precinct ., 61
Fourth WRrd:
First precinct 66
Fifth ward:
First precinct 162
Second precinct 60
Placating: O'Kell.
In order to counteract the suspicion that
the democratic central committee was trad
ing O'Nell for Brooks fleed, Chairman Mil
ler has Issued a circular in which he gives
O'Nell a boost by saying the following: "The
courthouse would seem more like home to
us If we had 'Jlmmle' O'Nell In the sheriff's
office. Brooks Reed as treasurer, the bright
and energetic Warren L. Rankin as county
superintendent, flanked by Sylvester Dye
and J. P. Maxfleld, two of the solldest men
In the county, on the Board of Supervi
sors." It will be noticed that evidently to
appease the wrath of O'Neil's followers the
candidate for sheriff is given the place of
honor in the list of those whom Chairman
Miller thinks would make the courthouse
"homelike" If elected.
Brooks Reed, the democratic candidate
for county treasurer, followed up his ap
peal to the members of the Eagles lodge to
support him, by issuing yesterday a cir
cular letter to the members of the Elks
lodge, which reads as follows:
"Dear Sir: We both being members of
631, Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, I hope you can see your way to glvT
me a vote Taesday. November S. I am a
candidate for the office of county", treas
urer.
This Is the first time In local politics that
a candidate for any office has made direct
use of his membership In fraternal organi
sations to boost his candidacy.
of Interest In the city. On leaving for
Omaha the party will be escorted across
the river by the members of the executive
committee of the Commercial club In a
special motor.
With the Charrhee.
There will be no services today at St.
Paul's Episcopal church, but beginning
Sunday, November 8, morning services will
be held regularly during the winter. The
vestry does not expect to call a rector
to succeed Rev. G. E. Walk until some
time In the spring.
At Grsce Episcopal church there will be
holy communion at 11 a. m., with sermon
by the rector, Rev. T. J. Brookes. Evening
service will be at 7:30. Sunday school will
be held at 10 a. m.
Rev. Harvey Hostetler, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church, will take as
the, subject of his sermon at the morning
services, "A Precious Possession," and at
the evening service his theme will be "A
Startling Question."
Elder C. Scott will conduct a sacramental
service this morning at 10:30 at the Latter
Day Saints' church. Elder Bcott will also
preach at 7:30. Sunday school will be held
at noon and the midweek prayer meeting
on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The First Church of Christ (Scientist)
will hold services In the Bapp building at 11
a. m., when the subject of the lesson will
be "Adam and Fallen Man." Sunday
school will be held at the close of the serv
ices. The regular testimonial meeting will
be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
The Becond Church of Christ (Scientist)
will hold services In Modern Weodmen of
America hall In the Merrlam block at 10:45
a. m. Bubject: "Adam and Fallen Man."
Sunday school Immediately after the serv
ice. Wednesday evening testimonial meet
ing at 7:45.
At the First Congregational church there
will be preaching services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. At the morning service the
pastor. Rev. James Thomson, will take as
the subject of his sermon "Human Fellow
ship With the Divine" and In the evening
the theme of his discourse will be "The
Rise and Fall of Absolom."
Receiver for Bargain Store.
The Novelty Bargain store on South Main
street, conducted by Meyer Pearlman and
Frank H. Burk, was closed yesterday and
placed irt the hands of a, receiver under
Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings
brought In the United States court here by
the Hansell-Stevens Shoe company of Chi
cago and other creditors. E.. E. Adams
was placed In charge of the store ns re
ceiver, after furnishing a bond in the sum
of 85,000. It Is estimated that the liabil
ities will amount to close upon 810,000.
The proceedings were brought about. It
is alleged, by the discovery that Pearl
man, who has hah the active management
of the business, was shipping out the stock.
Goods alleged to be a part of the stock,
now In the freight depot of the Illinois Cen
tral In this city, were attached yesterday
and are being held to the order of the
receiver.
Meyer Pearlman, who then conducted
the Novelty Cloak store, was forced Into
bankruptcy In December, 1901, by his creditors.
Plumbing and heating tJlxby Son,
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfer were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
& Annls, 101 Pearl street:
Receivers of Officer & Pusey to A. C.
Keller, lots . 7. 8. 9. IX and 14. block
i Perry's first addition, r. d 8 10)
Heirs of Huldah Saunders, deceased,
to F. F. Everest, undivided half lot
17. block 17. and all that part outlot
4 in rear of Kin Mill addition, w. d... 1300
Joanph E. Stroebvle to J. Ivaaner, lot 7,
block 13 Bentley, w. d
J. 11. Garland and wife to J. Kasner,
lot t, block 13. Bentley, w. d
E- O. Lucas and heirs to Kate V.
Treynor. lot (,' block . Casady's ad
dition, w, d,
Five transfers; total $2.4u
LOCATION OF VOTING BOOTHS
City Clerk Experiences gome D1A1-
cnlty In Seenrlng: Suitable
rinces.
City Clerk Phillips completed yesterday
the list of voting places for the election
nejit Tuesday. Owing to the scarcity of
vacant stores and other suitable buildings,
Mr. Phillips experienced more or less dif
ficulty this year In securing places for the
booths. The voting places for the several
precincts In the city are as follows:
First Ward First nrecinrt. Whnelw A
Herald building, corner of Broadway and
ntnuin sireeis; secona precinct, No. 207
East Broadway.
Second Ward First precinct. No. 23 Bry
ant street; second precinct. No. 733 Broadway.
rnira ward First precinct. No. 101 South
Main street; second precinct. No. 723 South
Main street.
Fourth Ward First precinct. Farmers'
hall, court house: second nreelnct. No. at
Twelfth avenue.
Fifth Ward First precinct, corner Fifth
clnct. county building. No. 1511 South Thir
teen in sireei.
Sixth Ward First precinct, county build
ing, corner Avenue B and Twenty-fourth
street; second precinct, Magnuase build
ing, corner of Fifth and Locust streets.
Jndge Green Unable to Preside,
Judge Green left his home at Audubon
yesterday for Chicago, where he will un
dergo another operation for the ailment
which has prevented him holding court fr
the last two months. He notified Clerk
Reed of the district court yesterday that
he would be unable to be here next Wed
nesday to open the November term of court
but that he had been able to make ar
rangements with Judge J. H. Preston of
Cedar Rapids to preside In his place.
Judge Wheeler will hold court Monday
In order that aliens seeking registration
papers may be able to obtain them.
Ladies' Swell
SHOES
Our business in the line of
Ladies' fine shoes has so
increased ns to warrant put
ting in the best line we ever
handled. Women are par
tieular, but we have a shoe
that will please the most
particular. It is not high
priced, but it's a great
shoe;
THE PEDALIS SHOE
Goodyenr welt, patent tip,
rubber heel, full of style
and made for comfort. All
sizes and widths. The price
is '
$3.00
and it's the best shoe ever
sold in Council Bluffs at
that price.
The Duncan Shoo Co.
23 MAIN ST.
Gash or Credit.
The price convince your
self by comparison that we can
save you money.
Book cases, up from $9.75
Full oak bed, sets, up from. $16
Couches, up from fG.90
China closets, up froiii. .$13.00
Parlor stands, up from.... 95c
Screens aud easels, up from. 50c
Lace curtains, up from... $1.00
Tapestry portiers,up from.$2.65
Window shades, up from... 15c
Parlor lamps, up from. . .$1.10
Decorated dinner sets,
up from $6.90
A thousand and one 1 other
things too numerous to men
tion. All sold on the e5sy pay
ment plan. Easy to buy and
easy to pay. The only COM
PLETE house furnishing es
tablishment in the city;
D. IV. KELLER
Tel. L611. 407 Broadway.
Will Entertala Stick aey.
The executive committee of the Commer
cial club, at a special meeting yesterday
afternoon, made arrangements to enter
tain President Stlckney of the Great West
ern railroad and the party of Minnesota
elevator' and grain men on their visit to
Council Bluffs Monday morning.
The party Is scheduled to arrive here
about 6:30 in the morning and will be en
tertained at breakfast at 8 o'clock at the
Grand hotel by the directors of the Com
mercial club and a number of the leading
business and professional men of the city.
While the breakfast will be a purely in
formal affair short addresses will be made
by Congressman Walter I. Smith1, State
Senator C. G. Saunders and Hon. Emmet
Tlnley. Following the breakfast carriages
will be provided and the visitors taken for
a ride to Falrmount park and other points
Is Reed Unfair.
If It's an offense for a candidate to solicit
votes by letter I want to repeat the offense
publicly and reiterate my invitation to all
Eagles, Elks, friends or foes, to give me a
vote; In fact, anybody that thinks I have
ability and honesty enough td fill the office
of county treasurer. W. B. REED.
Large Attendaace) at Epwertk League.
BOONE. Ia., Oct. 81. (Special.) By far
the largest attendance in the history of
the Epworth league is noted at the state
convention In this city. Over 700 regular
delegates answered the roll, call yesterday
and several hundred other enthusiasts are
taking In the sessions. The election yes
terday resulted:
President. George F. Whitfield of Ruth,
ven, la.; vice presidents, W. C. Tackaberry
of Siotix City, la.; Rev. Charles M. Page,
Lone Tree, la.; C. E. Jones, Indlanola, la.;
L. E. Hill, Tama, la.; secretary. Rev. E. T.
Gruell. Hampton, la.; treasurer, William
J. Tutt, Des Moines, la.; superintendent
Junior league, Mrs. 8.- P. McKIm, Traer, Ia.
Prohibs Sap port m. Democrat.
CEDAR FALLS, Ia., Oct. 81. (Special
Telegram.) A new turn was taken In Black
Hawk county politics today, when, for the
first time In the state, the Iowa Anti-Saloon
league sent out circulars from 'Des
Moines urging Christian voters to support
the democratic candidate for sheriff. The
move is characterised as a bargain between
the prohibitionists and democrats through
the agency of the' league.
Shelby ' Caaaty Doctors Orgraalse.
HARLAN, Ia., Oct. 81.-(Special.) The
doctors of Shelby county met on Friday
at Harlan and organised the Shelby County
Medical society. Dr. N. Jasper Jones of
Shelby was chosen president. Dr. Smith of
Harlan vice president, and Dr. Hennessy
of Panama, secretary. About twelve of the
physicians and surgeons of the county
were present, including one woman.
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N. T. Plumbing Co.. Tel. ISO. Night. TVfl.
Sfarrlaco Licences.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
the following:
Name and residence. Age.
Ouy K. Rolph. Council Bluffs 21
May P. Guthrie, Council Bluffs is
Christian A. Raamuseen, Council Bluffs.. fT
jCarrle Kaainuasvu, CvuuUl Bluffs. ..,....1
mionionil JouGlry ii
We invite you to come and visit us to spend a
few minutes in our store to accord us the pleas-,
ure of showing you our magnificent array of
PEA15L AND DIAMOND BROOCHES, FINE
DIAMOND PENDANTS, BRILLIANT WIIITE
SOLITAIRE RINGS, 14-K. GOLD CUFF BUT
TONS, BROOCHES, LOCKETS AND SCARF
PINS. Our prices are right Our selection is per
fect Our aim is to please. COME.
JAGQUEMIN'S
Geo. Gerner, Jr., Mgr. 27 Main. St. I
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"If Yob Hiti Thenn From Us Ttej'n RlgM."
Thl Is why you ought to
"GET THE HABIT"
OUR OVERCOATS
For this winter can neither bo
duplicated nor surpassed. An
unlimited range of patterns in
Vicunas, Meltons, Cheviots, Ker
seys and Beavers, at
$10.00 SI2.50 SI5.00
SI7.50 to S28.00
in plain, belted or box, and from
46 to 52 inches long.
Are you from Missouri ?
Joo Smith & Go.
415 BROADWAY
"The Home of the Stylish 5ult.M
LEWIS CUTLER
MORTICIAN..
H Pwut BL, Council Bluffs. 'Pfeone ft.
LEFPERT'S GLASSES FIT
Don't worry along with aahing, ailing eyes, foolishly hoping
they will soon get better. They will not. They will surely grow
worse. Each passing day makes the strain on a weak eye more
severe, and if neglected long causes untold suffering, and some
times total blindness. Your eyes are your living. Do not let them
suffer when aid in perfectly fitting glasses wiH give you perfect
vision perfect comfort. It will cost you nothing to have your eyes
examined here by the latest modern methods known to science by
an optician who has successfully relieved the most difficult cases
by properly fitted glasses. Glasses that fitrelieve the strain
secure perfect vision and perfect comfort are guaranteed in every
pair we fit. Come today.
TELEPHONE L607. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 409 BROADWAY.
Consalt the World-Faiaoo.il
PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT AND ADVISER
PROF. KIRO
203 Foarth Street, Conarll Bluffs, Ia.
(Cor. Fourth 8t. and Willow Ave.
REDUCED PRICES: Ladies, 0c; gentle
men, $1.00. Hours from 9 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Strictly private and confidential.
The light that doss not fail.
Is one produoed from gas fixtures supplied
ane fitted by us. We have the latest designs
and if you contemplate building, or refur
nishing your home, we can interest you in
prices-
J. G. Bixby & Son
202 ruin St and 203 Pearl St TeL 139
Council Bluffs, la.
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"Quick Meal"
Steel Ranges
They are a first class range at popular
prices. They can be used eqiully well with
hard coal, sod coal or wood. They are
made to work and to last. They are strong
and solid, but not clumsy. They are fully
nickeled and ornamented, but no. over-'
loaded. They prexent a graceful appear
ance and their steel base gives them a dec-hied
finish, which is entirely wanting in
all others.
The steel used Is the very heat smooth
and leveled, heavy covers, centers and lln
lng. The "quick Meal" Is built to look
well, cook well, bake well and to last well.
Examine it before you buy.
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THE FAMILY
SHOE STOR
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Sivaine&il
lauer,
336-338 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la,
.copva.T i VcTJ ;Jl'!rJ"'i
When Calling on
Your Swell Friends
you need to have every part of your at
tire correct. There's nothing more notice
able than your linen. If you patronize our
laundry your linen will always be correct
and you can depend on It. We call for and
deliver promptly.
I
Bluff City Laundry,
WALLACE tt GROUT, Proprietors,
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Special Time-Piece Display
Some very neat and artistic designs in. ladies' and gentlemen's watches.
Movements Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton, Rockford, Hampden and Illinois.- All
other makes. Real genuine 24k gold plated ornamental clocks, from 1.50 up.
We manufacture Jewelry to order.
Lockets
All the newest
nd latent designs
fur ladles and gentlemen.
Hanson & Marks
203 S- L'aln St Tel- L620
Opposite rUrriam Block.
Gut Glass
Kverythlnf that
will Interest you
(real variety.
Every style and shape, everrthing that
means comfort, will be found in our im
mense stock. No one can go amiss or fail
to be suited here.
Remember
That fine footwear should go with fine
gowns, and comfort is just as essential as
style is the shoes you wear.
Look for the Bear.
SARGENT'S
Exclusive Designs la ft ne
Tailored Suits
and Skirts
I have made a careful selection and can
show you the very latest creations, and
unusual nobby styles in TAILORED 8UITH
AND SKIRTS. You will And in my
0 E?n Tailored
Y.kJKJ suits
that the workmanship represents the felrV
est type of positive swell garments. !'.-
feet fit. Latest style. My hluher priced
suits sre the arms of perfection, ran not
bo duplicated for a much higher price.
Millinery
The very latest In Tattern Hats snd
adaptations. New desiens. Exclusive trim
ming effects. Bo many different styles that
every one can be suited.
ANfiA II. MOORE "leWa?1 Co-B,u,,,
It's Good Business
Under prt'Hent and prospective conditions to buy roar now.
Wholesalers will, retailers must ad'ance prices Boon. Fill up
your bins now and mark a few dollars saved on your housekeep
ing slate, to say nothing of being prepared for strike con
tingencies or a sudden cold snap. .
All kinds of coal on hand. x
Wm. Welch,
Office, 16 N. Main St.
Tel. 1. Branch Office, CIS S. Main BL
Xard. Its. and Utb Ave. TeL O.
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