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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 September 1911

Clergy and Religious Press endorse MILAM the most reliable Reconstructive tonic and blood renovator We .the undersigned, hereby certify that we have taken Milam with very benefi? cial results. Believing it to be a valuable remedy, ??are authorize the public*?'-?n of ?our endorsement. Rev. J. Cleveland Hall, Rector of Church of the Epiphany. Danville, Va Rev. R. L. McNair, Plastos Prwbytenan Church, Charlotte C. H., Va Rev. J. C. Holland, 1'sstor Keen Street Baptist Church, Danville, Va. Rev. H. D. Guerrant, Methodist Minister. Danville, Va Rev. D. P. T?te, Methodist Minister Danville, Va "The Methodist'9 endorses Milam The endorsement of "The Methodist** is not to be had by anything of doubt?ul mer? it, but this paper stands ready to lend it influence for that which it believes will tend to the betterment of humanity, spiritual.y, morally, materially or physi?*ally. When such men as Revs. D. P. Tste, Horace D. Guerrant and othenyof like high character give their unqualified endors? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 September 1911

It^aTS l JUG **?i\ woman 'Col? ?rk. ? housework' or V Mr.-' \HM, U. 1. Rich-' iMTIaCD?SECOND HAND BAGS astd Burlap, all kinds- Write for RICHMOND BAG CO., Rich? te. NOTICES. r YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, ?er country home, will give yo*a long tJSSS at B per cent. int?>rest only. Write M. Davidson. 326 W. Mai? ?ireet. Richmond, Va. X sfONKY to loan at 9% interest, on ***exrty balance?. We will loan you, ***** money to buy or build, lift mort-j <*S**s***ss or improve property. ? asset h ly, or $'.?0.00 yearly pays back Sa $1.000 loan in 10i years; ?ran pay ssxsaer if you wish, thereby stopping Sha User interest. Address GEO- B. I sUrSHARUSON. 40S American Nat-1 Bank Bldg., Richmond. Va. ? n ORDKR TO T R35 OF OUR ??vex increasing business, we require ] Bir4?i men and additional oap.tal. j This is an exceptional opportunity | tor s man of ability with $5,000 to *BaT-**st to b??come identified with one <sf the oldest and best known msnu tSfCtsring companies in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL J VOL. VI11. _ MATHEWS C K, VA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 19> I ? " --=- ?-_ f_ NO. 33 1 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite H yon meed anything In thin Un? gat our prie? before placing order. We are doing the largest business in Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma? chinery with which oar plant to equipped en ables na to turn out the highest clasa work at moot reasonable prices. We pay freight and *!?? personal atten? tion to placing work In tery. We rsspeetfaHy lnrlte you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished Im Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogua , LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ays. NORFOLK. VA. On Pine Beach Car Una. Phone 8751. C. E. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Caahier. GLOUCESTER^ MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,900 MATHEWS . H., VA. Ballotta the assennts of Anna aad tadtrlduals and offers is eastern s re accommodation consistent with good banking Interes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

mmm m mm o? ?MW TMMHIS MURDERS Jetar Philips and Cluverius Killings Took Place in the Suburbs. Women the Victims as in the Beattie Case. suburb? ot Richmond, so late' the scene ot the ?enaatlonal Beatt tragedy, ha? furnished the two other murders that for mvlodr raatic equaled the now f hnous Prattle case, says the Washin ' ton Times. k They were known respectively the Jeter Philips and th? Cluverl ease- the men who Ity for th. deeds the law fasten th.-.n. Like the inn In nm?t Inn-- itlon was the victim both is wholly eircumstantli e the brief l rly in February, 1867, a farm nan; sard dis hidd under ? brush pile on intatlc from Richmond, ti body of idently h? d for some weeks. The Wer.arks of violence on her. B? ably a bullet wound in her head. F some months the d ied leentlf) her. on the adjoining farm was a youi * named Jeter Philips. Wher he had com? when he obtained h position ta? pr.\ At the time of th< ? ry of tl <>urt to ? < Woman i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

HARMON SCORES PRESIDENT TAFT Says Taft Needed No Commission When He Promised General Tariff Reduction?Has No Ex? alted Estimate of Irrespon? sible Tariff Commission. BOSTON. MASS., Special. ? Presi? dent Taft's attitude toward tariff re? form was attacked by Governor Har? mon, of Ohio, Saturday night in a speech before a gathering of Demo? cratic clubs. Governor Harmon said that the President's course in vetoing tariff bills passed by the special ses? sion of Congress indicated that he had been reached by "wrong advisers.-' Speaking of the President's objections to these bills, he said: "These and other marks of paternity suggest the question whether the vetoes may not have been adopted offspring, like the defense of Ballinger." "He needed ? ??mmlssion," said the speaker, "when he promised a general reduction before his election. nor when he called the special I aioii to keep the promise, nor wben iie signed the bill that broke the promise, nor when ho confessed that the woolen and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

?T ??***? Tr?? Stils RAUTlIfl?K?, fnal< Issued Morning, Evening and Sunday Tk Crea! Home Paper o? ik South THE NRW8 OK TlJK WORLD is gathered by Hie* well-trained apcciat ?e^poTiflentact THK ^i'N and set bet?re the reader* in a Concise and in xstirf? manocr each morning and weekday afternooq. As a chron?Clcof world events THK SON IS INDISPON?A?fLE, While Surcnu? in Washington and New York make' it? new* from ih? JeejialatiVe ftnancial ?entera <?? the country tbe best that can be obtamed. - \ WOMAN'S I'Al'KK THE SIN has no superior, bei fif morally arid llectu?llj ? p-iwt of the highest type. It publishes the' *ery West feature written on Fashion, art anJ m??"relianetn?! matters. THK Sl'N S ti arket news siakaa it A BUSINE??* MAN.S NECESSITY for ?he farmer, the naercnant and the broker can depend upon complete ar?d able information upon their vrtrious lines cVf trade, l>y mail THE SU\ tmoraine and evening) ?9c. a month or $j yt THE SUNDAY SUN. ? ^^7 m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

Stvoc?eus Crime I ?bocks Countv ?f fMN?fc WMIf k ?AN ?dfttlftlTS ORtMINAk A8S4ULT ert popular youNq lady J?itho j? precederit fr? i h i s Msftion is the crirt?e before which the countv st a n d S appalled. Whil? driving down the cdiirtty ifroad between Fosters and North n>n Tuesday evening; Miss Ella kMiller, of North, was dragged 'from Her buggy arid a criminal as teault atttnipted Upott her person b v a strange, shablly dressed Sung white man. Exhausted by rstrenous efforts to repulse her sailant and with clothing torn and bedraggled and flesh bruised by the struggle. Miss Miller rae t^?eded in reaching the home of * wk\ Leroy Hunley, at Foster. The alarm was quickly given and in a short space o? time sher? iff Miller and large crdwds from ?most sections of the county, be fUde the local people wl;o turned ?>ut to a man we're on the spot and the. hunt tor ?He monster be fe?n. Every p"os?ible precausion was taken to preVent his escape the rivers were guarded an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

s?w^?????i?fy??^?^??i^ IMU tUtt TO \ Hui HUI?' ^Tendency ?s Against Confessions Beattie Not Believed to Have the Slightest Idea of Suicide. McCue, Cluverius and Phillips. RICHMOND, VA.?Special.? Although Interest in the naattlel case, to a noticeable extent, has sub- I ajfened. thousands of people etlll are I speculating on the possibility of the 1 prisoner's confessing. Some think that In the event he I Sets no satisfaction from the Supreme Court or clemency from the Qovsr nor, he will go to the chair with his lips sealed. Lnther I>. is of the con? trary opinion. He believes tbat after the last hope has been removed from las breast of the prisoner he will tell all he knows about the crime. If] of the opinion that ?net's attitude will change a great deal when once he realizes that then is no chance of his escaping the death sentence. The secret SSI vies man thinks Beat tic has been buoyed up by excitement and the wonderful publicity that has1 come to birn through the rews...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

HEALTH Don't Trifle With It! Don't drug yourself for ilia that are but symptoms of'poor blood, depleted and rundown systems. Don't patch up? Rebuild Your Health with MILAM A Genuine Reconstructive Tonle & Blood Renovator *'After one end a half bottle? of M ?lam I have rained 8 \ lbs."? T. B. Stalnaker, Charleston, W.Va. "1 had not taken the Milam more than 3 or 4 days when I saw a decided improve? ment in appetite and digestion. "?Rev. R. L. McNair, Char? lotte C.H., Va. "Milam is a grand medic?i?. I have taken only a few b >ttles but I feel stronger and better, more active and able to stand up under my work."?Rev. H. D. Guerrant, Dan? ville, Va. "1 took five bottles of Milam and rained 10 lbs."? 1 \\. Williams, Danville, Vs. ''Am finishing my 6th bottle of M ilam, and after 26 years of Eczema, am cured. "?C. H. Wil? liams, Huntington, W. Va j^waawc^SJZttsAjJI Buy S Bottles for S5.00 of v . . druggist and get YOUR MONEY BUCK if i*OT BENEFITED S0OO. BONE W SO* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 September 1911

WANTS M?oITK SI I <>M> HAM? ItU.S UiUtflP. Write for prices. RICHMOND BYt; tA?, ln?? _RICHMOND, \ \. WANTKU ? ALIJARO VND FA I. married: general farm work, settled woman to do housework two. Colored or White. aUB Yll.U: FA KM, K. 1, Rich ad. Va NOTICES. YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM. or sountry homo, will give you long shoe at 5 per ot ni. interest only. Write M. Davidson. 326 W. Main Direct. Richmond, Va. WONKY' to loan interest, on pearly balances. W e will loan you Us? money to buy or build, lift mort asases or improve property. $7.50 saaathly. or $'.>0.00 yearly pays back as ?UNH) loan in loj years; can pay amasser if you wish, thereby stopping las 111 i interest. Address GEO- S. aVCHAROSON. 4M American Nat RUlg.. Richmond, Va. \ HAIR GOODS. THE LATEST PARIS FASH MB IN HAIR DRESSING. All at hair on hand or made to Combings made into Switches, rpadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? ?a** guaranteed HUGHES. 209 Nona Third St., Richmond, Vs. RUB IT OUT....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

1 THE MATHEWS VOL. VIll. MATHEWS C. H.f VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1911 t RNAL y NO Xi. ?f. Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If yon iMd anything in till? 11a? get ear prit? before placing order. * We are doing the largest business la Tidewater Ylr nctnla. Ta* latest Imprered ma ehlaery with which our plant to equipped en? ables us to tarn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and gire personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. We respectfully fnrlte you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished te Norfolk. If unable to call write ns for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Are. NORFOLK. VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 1781. H E. Mmnford, Pr?s.. J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Pmid Up Capital $50,009 MATHEWS . H., VA. aolletts the aoeennts of firms and tedtridnals and offers to accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Seringa Accounts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

EASTON AGOG OVER i C0MUM6 TRIM Trial o? Miss Harriett Do Witt For Writing Things That Wrecked Homes and Al? most Broke Up a ? Congregation. PHILADELPHIA.? Special?When Miss Harriett De Witt, the spinster daughter of a retired truck farmer o? Easton. Pa., was placed on trial in the Federal Court her? yesterday on the rather indetinite Charge Of mis? using the malls, the postal authorities expected to clear up the mystery uur roundine a system of anonymous let? ter- writing that has terrorized the churehgoing folk of Kaston for the past six years. In that period homes ?lave been wrecked, friends have be? come enemies and lovers have been separated?all as a result of a series of slanderous epistles written in the same treacherous hand and couched in the same venomous language. Whether the examination of Miss De Witt reveals her as the writer of pen-printed, venom barbed letters that have disturbed the peace and quiet of Easton for the past six years, or vindicate the assertions of hers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

WAS HKJ WEDDING NOT HIS FUNEBAL fcASHlNGTON? Special.? "Hello! Herald? ' ep." "Well, this Is Harry Johnson. I sun not going to die." "Who said you were?" "Why the papers seem to think so, according to their reports of my com? ing maarisge." IJie^fllce at the other end of the Uneu?Jptonged to the Harry Johnson whose bride-to-be rushed Into the marriage license clerk yesterday af? ternoon and stated that her flanee was toc ill to get out of bed. and that she to come after the license. She Formed the clerk that she was to be (Tied this morning, and that the r*mony was to be performed while groom reposed in bed. Her name [iss Myrtle Mayer. '. am not a sick man, either." said Harry. "1 can walk around." "Then why didn't you go after the ttc?se?M ^Vhy, the doctor said I had to stay an the house." "Oh! You were sick, after aU.** "Well, I waus Just a little out of ?oTt-H. that's about the size of It" "Well. Is there anything we can do you ?" "I don't want to wake up In the anoramg and find ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

T*>.^ ^?^Tnwofm? Tira? Issued Morning. Evening and Sutu\v\v th tat Hone Vaper ot ilie South THE Nfc^f S OK THR WORLD la gathrred by the well trained special ^Correspondente ot TUB Sl'N and set \>elorc the readers in a concise and In \eveatire; manner each morning and weekday afternoon. Aa a chrontele of world event* THE SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while *.*? bureaus in V?'Ashing;ton and New York make its news fr?>m the Icfrialativ? financial Ventera of the country the b?-st that can be obtained. 1 ^WOMAN'S PAPER Tllk si'N has no superior, beinr morally sad intellectually a paper of the highest type. It publishes the very host feature \hat can be written on f?ahion, art an i mie'selianeooa matt? THE srNS nsarfeet news mskea it A BUSINESS MAN.s NECESSITY Tor *he faimer, the merchant and the broker can depend upon complete and Yeliable information upon their various lines of trade. By mail THE S?N (morning ami evening) 25c. a month or $3 \r THE SUNDAV SUN, { ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

BaSBaSaSaannnBa The Co-ot" ke an<l VVestviMe Districts will na H ?o Wedpesday Oct. ZJ-tta fot (he bene?t of their respective tllffh schools Leave Hicks Wharf Williams Philpotti Dix 7.00 a m 715 7-15 3HED?LE ?_ Retarding leave GM Dominion Whf 5.30 p ni P lyAiouth 5.4?; OUfnay'Line 6.00 Old Point 7 00 Arrive in NORFOLK 10.30 a m Arrive EAST RIVER 9.30 p in FARE SI.IO AND .60 Passengers from Gloucester coming over to this river in Motor tats will be iiivvin a rate of 8;cts for the trip Refreshments consisting of ovsters. hot chocolate, hot coffee and ice cream wiil he on sale Kg Kfonejr ?n An* - ? :r? v". u-tr N '.l *?" a c ? Pricfis- > Eaoie *S?S Taaana? A S ? v i I ? ? 1 U O to $200 ?'iom Fa-;- / tory Dir*?'.. '?ZZZSZ*0** FAMOUS PIANOS Sent Anywhere in the United States on 30 DAYS5 FREE IN YOUR OWN HOME WE V ? ri > to r.-.j. pai t of the Unlfesl Ststea a beaulHol STARCK PIANO. vrith hand* (4. With braas feet ?Ti'l ; ' '1 fully vrar.-anted for t5 ye:ir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

HEWS 8F HORSES I Min HORSEMEN1 ?rnoTTi.ua and pacers in THAI MM. AT THB 8TATK I * \IH I.HUIND8 TRACK.. (By W. J. Curter.) "With tge approach of the Virginia 1 State Fuir and race meeting, fixed for \ the week of ?>etober ?th-14th. affairs at the aaaoclatlon'B mile tr-.i.-k are | llv??lter than for months past, and a I great number of linht hamo? horte? are In train in k. The largest stable on the rrouiula halla from "Walton Farm, at Falla Milla. Va., which i!? Baade up of two divisions, one of which hns I n to ths rUCSS by Rui . Htnl ihe other that was shipped from Roanoae to Rich asofl ks aiaca la charge af S". i K ned ths sons eampaJan at Philadelphia, and after taking in several meeting* in I vicinity ahlpped here last week, with R< d Huggl Red Prodi gul, .. full brother to vito. ad. full sister to ^ l Im Rod, a prom? isin trotter, t>y Red a couple of likely ?-? ? rs In Hnl Jewell, bav horse, S. t Hal. 2:94%. and Jach Lao, dam Regardless Maid, by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

Eye-Sight , Restored After Being Given Up by Specialists A wonderful cure by MILAM Mr. W. E. Orlgge, Secretary and TVeaaurer Weatbrooka Elevator Co. and formerly Caahier Bank of Danville, eays: "About ten yean ?so my eyesight beeaa to faH to ?neb an extent that it became nee*wary for me to consult a specialist. My trouble in? creased until I found it necessary to consult sev? eral others. My case was diagnosed as Atrophy of the Optic Nerve, caused by impoverished bloo? supply. The progress of my trouble was slow but steady, with never any relief, until finally ?y physician advised me that nothing further could be done? About this time, about two years ago. 1 could not see to read, and my range of vision was so sbert that 1 could not see anything at a greater distance than fifty or seventy-five feet- 1 often found rt difficult to recognize ac auaintances when I met them, distinguishing lena more by their voices than their fearures. In May. 1909. a friend advised rae that if the physi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 September 1911

W?kts "?S?NTKD?SECO?TD HAM? BAGS and Bl RLAP. Write for prices. RHIMOM) BAU i\K Ise* RlCU3lO>Dt TA. ?one??. m TOD WANT TO BUT A FARM. or country home, win give yea loasg time at & per cent, sattersst only. Write M. Darideofs, 3J6 W. Main Street, Richmond, Ta. MONET to Voaa at ?% mterast, oa yearly balance?. We wilt fa-ma row the money to buy or Niflfl. lift mort? gages or improve prop?srty. $7.50 auouthly. or $94.00 yearly pays back ? $1.000 loan ta IS* years; casa par oooner if yon wish, thereby stopping farther interest. Add reos OVO- S. RICHARDSON, 408 Amerioao Nas> Bank Bldg., Richmond, Va._ HAIB GOODS._ ABb THE IGTEST PARIS PA?H VON8 IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to order. Combing* made inte SwHchee, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satsafae ttoa guaranteed. HUGHEfla. 209 North Third St., Richmond, Va. BUB IT OUT. ?TKEREVER ACHE OR PATN IB BO cated?stiffness and soreaeea of at?seles ?or Joints?rub in Prayser's Great Nerve and Bone ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 October 1911

THE MATHEWS" JOURNAL VOL. VW. MATHEWS C. H., VA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911 Na 35 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite S ye? Bead anything In this Use get our price before placing order. able? na to torn out ths bissest class work at most reasonable priesa. Ws pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. We raspee If ally Invite you to call and inspect our large stock of finished ttfc k-Bem te Norfolk. If unabls to call write us for catalogue Ws are doing the largest business toTMewatsr Tlr ?Sab. Ths lstsst latproTsd ma ehlosry with wasch oar plant to LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA. Beach Car bms. int. Il WL Munford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham. V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $59,M$ MATHEWS . H., VA. ths aeeouBta of firma and individu?is and offen to itSoa consistent with good banking Interest ITIswed va Savings Accounts, IB Meaey la Taalt Cot sred By Burglar Ii Hour?: 9 A. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 October 1911

.OH KttTHORITlES Shariff Miller, of Mathewi, Upon Being Advised of the Arrest, Beut Word That He Would Be In Richmond Tomor? row Morning. - MTLLErVS ASSAILANT. Complexion tlark. Baseoables Italian. V?H)ut 5 feet 8 Inches talL Short, stubby moustache. Sharp chin. Viwmt tblrty-flvc years old. Light shirt. Very profane. M SPECT HI 1 l> IIKHJE. Swarthy complexion. 1/otiK. ??oarse black hair. Deep-set eyes. Weegbs aboi i?o. \?m>iu tlii?rt ?. -t?M* reata old. Kou-*;h growth of moustache ??ltd board, aiw.ut ?peek old. l'a?*?* covered witJi Krim?*. Clothe*?, muddy ami ra^eged. >li?>??> worn out. Weal-tag H*iht blue shirt, Park ?-??at and pants. Wore pink -M-arf around neck. RICHMOND, VA? Special.? Suspected of being tbe assailant ?>f Miss Ella Miller, of Itatbewa county, a swarthy, ragged tramp, who calls himself J?e Prlddy, and who says he llv.s In Spartanbarg, S. ?'., was ar? se?. ? ?o Btreet ? ?> Officer J. it 7...

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