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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 May 1898

<|fie Qduertiser inbsorlption pmco--13 Months, ?1.00 LAUKKNS, S. C, May 17,1898. Tim Situation. Since our last Issue thu e has been mystification as to the whereabouts of the Spanish Qeefr. 11 was advertised as in Spanish waters. lathe meanwhile Sampson sailed Bast of Cuba,aud bom barded San Juan, the eapilol of Porto Rico?giving /thorn a task of hit quality. OurAlttle mosquito Meet left around Cubs/assaulted Cardenas, on the North ofast of the Island, where WO bud the Winslow, a torpedo boat, disabled ami/Ensign Bagley kiied with some dozen/asualtles. Our boys man aged to g*i ""I' Of the hole. In the meanwhile/he Spanish Flotilla having sailed Soup and West, passed Samp son and aipoared in Caribbean waters on the SoK.li American Coast, Bohley disnppeard with his Flying Squadron from Hiiipton Heads, supposed to have gone SOth and between him and Sampsoitbey ought to lind the Span ish Klei and save the trouble of a re turn tri? across the Atlantic. The U. S. oanpt safely land troo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 May 1898

hohe Tffairs. ^ Mrs. Evolyn Brrd, of Tylorevlllo, af feotlonatoly known in Laurens county, as "Aunt Evo." na? boon on a pleasant visit to her relatives in Newborry town and county. We like always to 600 "Aunt Eve/'?Newberry Observer. He didn't "Dewey" a thing to them, and the "Red Iron Racket" won't do a thing but sell you goods cheaper than any houso in Laurons. Death of Or. Gibbon Col. James H. Traynham, of Lau rens, paused through the city on his way to Charlotte, where lie was called by n telegram announcing that Dr. Robert Gibson, of that city died yes terday morning. Dr. Gibbon was one of the leading physicians and repre sentative gentlemen of Charlotte. He was the unele of Mrs. J. H. Traynham, of LaureiiR, who was unable to attend the funeral, owing to sickness.?Spar tanburg Herald. Don't Be Careless. The city means the good of each in dividual In enforolng vaccination. It Is the only way to got rid of a loath some, deadly disease--to mako tho en tire population immune. Tho c...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 May 1898

Terrific Baltic in Cuban Wattrsi The Winslow Disabled and Tive Ainori oaus Killed. Husitfii Isj?1??> and Four Men of the HI-Fated Torpedo Boat Lout Their I,iv.es?The Spanish l "sni'h Not Keportcd. The most desperate engagement yet fought in Cuban waters took place on Wednesday afternoon, May 11th, in the harbor of Cardenas, 1q which tho gun boat Wilmington, tho lorpodo bout Winslow aud tho auxiliary gunboat Hudson were the only vessels engaged on tho American side. They entered the harbor for tho purpose of attacking Spanish gunboats known to be there, but tho latter were not discovered by the Americans until the Spaniards opened lire. The land butteries of Curdeiias sup ported the lire of their gunboatf. One ofllcor and four men of tho Winslow wero killed, aud several others wore wounded. Tho dead are: Ensign Worth Uag loy, John Varvorls, oiler, Josiah Tuu nntt.. i?;li11 it cook. J. V. Mooks, fireman, J. Daniel, ?remuu. The buttle, while it lasted, was tor ri?o. Tbo Wilmington a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 October 1899

NAVAI/ PARADE tflON TO I'll K HBItO MANILA. hn i??t?> Hudson ltlvoi 'd i>y ttio iuK \vn?- Vessels >usandb of other Craft Dewe.v Hematned on tho [ijje D axing <?U tho Spion Ultimi In IiIh Honor. them, profci dupli' ordi al ollleor showy uniforms, " special undress I ubt ninny would have gramme involving a io Manila light to tho to go through. Tho ect did not wear their but wivo A," as it attired in is teehnl ^conqueior returned to h's prburlo pplondor ; no vie [>) lo< o coming homo rssfui war over reoeivod hilieert ovation as over Imii-al Dewcy as he stood of tue Olympia, at tho magnificent lb?t of (--?c the de? p. followed hy a ;ls Vf "?w?i each tiered Hack with p. (,,,!e, and bright waters of the ii**4*- ;'-"*u pathway bunks were ['bigs, and stream ed. the wntor rippled M that held out [jaunty and the [nd rocky heights 'ere black with people, who their shouts ?Ot bedlam of [?.compauh d the kt. lant, on Klver Itho fleet paid of the grout LI spluto of The fl?et the ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 October 1899

JRTent Insertion, reduction made ;m?'uts. W. IV, Ball, Proprietor. If Oct., 4, 1H!>1>. fogro Problem. Fecolved a pamphlet, "The rint, GalTney, S. C," con ?poeches on the Baco Problem. Gross, &o by Gen. M. C. Butler, e *avo hitherto referred to Gen. ButlorSa position on this vital question, founded upon lottors of Gen. Butler recently publi.hed in tho Press. The prObiem, in our view will con tinue tone a,n engrossing one in the Nation and at tho South, but will be long In solution. Wo have said that the deportation of the negro in any thing like a short period is altogether impracticable. Coming however to understand Gen. Butler's position bet tor his solution seems more practica ble. His idea Is that tho negro for his own betterment and development a? a raco and for the good of the white race must bo segregated and removed. It Is Impracticable as he urges with out the agency of the general govern ment, and should not, and cannot be, without the consent of tho negro him sel...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 October 1899

191 Mrs. Kato Coats and daughtor. Miss 'Nellie, have returned homo aftor a pleasant vlalt to rolatives In Laurens Cjunty. ? Newbcrry Observer. iC i) Mr. B. R. Tlllman, Jr., l aving fin ished his course in stenography at the Noel-Hoverlo Business College, left yoitorday for Clcmson Colloge, after which ho will return to Trenton to re sume his position as Privato Secretary to his father. Mr. Tillman made many friends during his stay in this city who regret his departure. ? Spartanburg Herald. "You, A boautiful lino of outings at Br.da lv Minter's. Pricos right. not doee-?r-zr.-r? too long. Card of Thanks, as it mat! I desire to return my sincere thanks me tin* tl to the good people of this e?y und vi thai irirl Unity, who so kindly came to the aBsis woods m lAm!0 of ,ny 8on?J- ('- Burgess, during ,,, ', biB last pickuess, resulting in his deatli l%' on the 22d ult. I shall ever remember she cried [hem with a grateful heart, and tnke "Ami !\},is method of expressing my heart bother : B...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 October 1899

NJI/r OF EDUCATION. F.T OF L.KTTKK WRITING. ulGirlM Nowadays Sock Know of Othcrn-Blll Arp Take? i-uti in Writing betters. hopolul sign thut bo roiny of ing girls udu Loya huvo u thirst fowledgo. The youth's dcpurt a tho newspapers and magazines ring into importance und their ) tho editors betokoub otudious g mindb. The art of letter is Itself not only au uccotu fluent, bot u good pari of a polished (cation. Letters indicate character good Ictlortt require thought. The Itor-* of notable men and women are 10 best purl of their biographic*, they are an index to tho heart, the pmotions, tho oppositions. Time was fhou but lew coulu write at ail, and [ho opeuiug of mail in a eouutry town Iwus a siunll ulTuir. 1 know from ex perience, for when I wus In my teens my father was? tho postmaster and 1 had tho work to do. There are now at least ten letters per capita to where there wus ono in those day.-. Une ^rreat drawbaok on letter writing th< a |wuo the cost of postage. A letter to a plac...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 October 1899

OUTZS' TALE OF Ousts Declares that tlioro is a Band of Conspirators Working to Got Oomploto Control of tho Dispensary for tkoir Own Pecuniary and Political Advautago Mr. D. A. G. Ouzts, who was recently 8U8pentled by tho Stato board of con trol, and who has been connected with tho State dispensary longer than any othor man, has given to tho nowepu pora tho following . A CAUD TO TUE PUBLIC. It scorns that the Augean stables need cloansing. I aui no lioicu'cs, but I can at least do a part of tho work. 1 have been uonncctod with the dispen sary (or over six years. That 1 have boon honest and fuithfil in tho dis charge of my duties is proven by the fact that when my enemies on tho board of control wished to displace mo tho only exeuso they could find for my re moval was an allegation that I had viola tod a rule of tho board,a rulo which two members of the board assort was modi tied to permit that which 1 was dischar ged for doing. 1 am a strong believer In the dispensary law, and have d...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 October 1899

VEUTISKH. ?rhc- VI Month-, *1.00 iia lu Advaiue. jj. >V. MALL, Editor. Advertising-.?Ordinary Ad jents, nor squaro, one inscr ); cacti uuhscqucnt insortion, Liberal reduction mado [0 Advertisements. W. \V. Ball, Proprietor. SN8, S. <J. Oil., is, lh?J>. L Diversified Industries. urged wheat, corn and VrWted by man and beast, Spplomont cotton. We have urged rollla nnk axo handle factories. Jw it is announced that a York >uuty man hnsW bonanza In supply ing gamo cocks for Mexico, one roos tor of that county liaving whipped about forty battlae'und won ton thou sand dollars for h|? owner. Tho indus try desorvos Investigation. h Thero is not a gallant soul but yoarns and hurrahs for the underneath dog in tho fight. Ho instinctively loans to tho weaker side. A South erner, from habit and from fifty yoars fighting in the minority. In tho lato tussel, the South, slowly, late, in a small voice, sided with Cuba. Cleve land entrapped us into it by rending Pitz Loo there. McKinley cl...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 October 1899

Shorlll Geo. H. McCravy, of Lau ronii, and Jas. N. King, Jr., of Ninety* . 8lx, wore guests of Hon. Cole L. Uleaso at The Newberry last week.? Newborry Obs-iver. k. Mi-. N. A. Craig, who has been Quito sick at his old homo In Laurcns county for several weeks, has recov ered sufHelently to return to Green wood, lie is still looking somewhat thin, but under the invigorating air of Greenwood his friends hopo for him an early restoration to his accustomed health. - Oreonwood Index. Mrs. Win. Lipford, of near Harris Springs, brought her little daughter, Dora, to Newberry last week to have an oporatlon performed. Tho child had some kind of growth in her throat, which wou'd at times choke her. Dr. James H. Molntosh performed tho operation and says tic child Is so young it may come hack. This makes tho third time that Dr. Mclutosh has \A operated on her. -Newberry Observer. For all kinds ol* bargains go to Simmons' Bargain Store. Bargains in Men's Clothing at O. B, Simmons' Bargain Stoic. M...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 October 1899

AUF FEELS THANKFUL ftVPlKKSS IN AliL OUH HOMKH, 'ho Ih Glad Wo Jfavo Oood Thing? to Knjoy in This World?Beauty in Autuiun Loavee. "JIow email the part of what wo all en dure Ib that whicii kiiif$s or laws can cause or cure." Wo make much ado ovor tho money question, tho tariff, tho trusts, tho com bination of capital against labor and tho greed and corruption of politicians, but after all our folloity dopouds upon ouraelvea and what wo choose to make of our domestic lifo. (Compared with happiness M homo all other joys aro trilled, transitory pleasures lhat oome and go and leave us at laut to tako refuge In tho domestic cirolo. A hundred yoarb ago tho poot wroio : " If solid liappiness wo prize * Within our breast Ibis jewel lies, From our own solves our joys must come And that endearing plaoo?our homo." How hiully awout is tho dream of houio to tho boys who havo oxllod thouisolvua to a foreign laud?to tho daughters who havo followed tholr husbaLds far away?to tho eoldiurs who lie iu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 October 1899

THE WAR 18 ST_I,I, GOING ON. IHK LAST KPISTL.K OF DANIKL. X Ousts Reviews His Revelations and Asks the ?overuur to Act on Them? He Has a Quanliy ol Am munition in Reserve. To tho State Board of Control: A good hunter never gets out of am munition. In time of war it Id not wiee to Bhoot all your bullet?, oven at an enemy on tho run. I do not Intend to glvo tho dispensary conspirators a chanco to work tho persecution dodgo on tho public, and try and obtain tho public sympathy, diverting public at tention from tho serious charges 1 havo made. I havo said enough for tho present and will suspend my " re vel, .lions.' I havo plenty moro am munition. In fact, I have not tired my heavies; guns. There Is much more I can say which would prove as interest ing as what I have already Bald, But f havo made serious charges against the dispensary conspirators and have furnished proof, it is up to thorn and I can wait on them. If they remain silent they plead guilty ; if thoy an ewor, I will further...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 October 1899

one iDSor Tent Insertion, reduction made iTcments. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAUHEN8, S. C. Oct., 25, 180?. The Biggest. There are five great wars now pond ing, one Id South Carolina of a moral character, where the public is agitated over tho conduct of a groat pu ij,IC 111- . atUution ? the Dispensary?and iho fight is for good morals and common honesty, tho public waiting to pass judgment upon th?- evidence. In Ken tucky ant Ohio the battle is on be tween Democracy and Republicanism ?economy and honesty against trusts, oxtravagance and dominion. Uncle Sam, this great Power, wages war with the sword to establish her sov ereignty in the far East over the re bellious Filipinos. Uncle Sam Is tech nically right. Qrenii Britain car rlos tho aword to Africa against the little Dutch Republic. Britain is wrong. It Is a kind of grand larcony, with murder on a national scale. Brit ain will win. Right stands no show against might, as this world goes. The event determines tho right. But this Stat...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 October 1899

HONOR ROLL Of Leurens Graded School for first month ending, Oct. 13th, 1899: First Grade-Ina Divis, Dora Qol m-n, Shirley liix, lmogene Wllkos, Hilary Barksdale, Mamlo Sox ton, Frank Caioe, Olarenoo Crosby, Gary Martin, Osle Sltgreaves. Second Grade?Roy Bramlott, Julia Connor. Mamie Crews, Pearlo Clardy, LUIle Gilkerson, Kathorino Irby.Mary Sullivan. Sadie Sullivan, Gertrude Wright, Mello Young, Goorgo Garri son, Frank Henderson, Henry Irby, Clark Ml< tor, Russell Winter, Ken nerly Todd. Third Grado-Harah Babb, Hattio Kate Eastorby, Lois Estes, Watkins Estos, Roy Gray, Roy Simpson, Hen Sullivan, Marion Wilkes, Ulchard Simpson. Fourth Grade ? Bessie Crews, Lil lian Peterson, Ethel Riddle. Eliza Sullivan, Louise Simpson, Ethel Sim mons, Fannlo May Wright, Boyoe Clardy, Samuel Fleming. Fifth Grade?Robort Eichelberger, Ernest Eastorby. Sixth Grade ?Olio Adams, Loree Boyd, B'ancno Elliott, Ethel 8ullivan, Joslo Sullivan, Kllio Walkor, Roseo Wright, Frank Crisp, Copio Hondor son, Pierc...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 October 1899

UY IIKN1IY S. IIARTXOO. MKNT STATION. To tho Kdltor ot the Cotton Plant: Au agricultural experiment station has been defluod us an "institution in which scientific aud practical investi gations are made with a view to im proving tho methods of agriculture or introducing new crops or industries." Agriculture is both a science aud an art. It is tho practical application of many sciences. The cxpciinient sta tion worker, therefore, is a scientist whose primary busiucss is to apply his special knowledge along original lines for the benefit C-f agriculture. There are some successful expert* mout station workers who know very little about practical farming. For instance, a belaubt may study tho causes of rice smut, and may prescribe effective remedies and yet may be a failure as a practical rice planter. But in some lines of experimentation a knowledge of practical farming is ab solutely essential for intelligent re search. Scientific Investigations are tedious and expensive. Work of this...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

Till iv. :'nrTiiI Hikkks wakH Hna. A uiH Hll men have aH Hi.0 Seu ators 'fflf Hud the KeprcH BHin the houhiIHSH H'n go/ornnioni pou^B H 1 he freest access of tmH Huth ern coitou manuiaiH Hnar kets of China. 'JH Hiera hold that the ChiucH Hv far the most important H K1'1" v view with alarm tliH R'1 (l1 spheres of influencH HCcr many nnd other poH I the South Carolina UciH Ho do all they can for tlfl Hie of Die open door poliH anteed by treaties, H HB Lauriu was the llrsiH He let ter and his reply is iH I!i:n n 1/1 i s\ ) i.liH Hl2. Messrs. J. 15. ClcvelH HjMont gomcry and otliB Hil^K) been evory Faueo of ic Soulh Jolicy" is LThis has "treaty ^pected by JXtCLt to rade iuter recognizing for nations, fo acquired Icrefrom our Issia hasgiud aud is build* )eria to com liua. Germany I waiting: in ex po Philippines, sia all tbo ft nils Dear Sirs: You received. I fully thing you say about the retention of the with China. Tbo "or what wo need and hitherto been sect rights," which have other na...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

Edltor. -Ordinary Ad ^quaro, one insor rj?cqucnt Insertion, [l reduction made Imcnts. W. IV. Bam., I Vopriotor. iov., 1. 1N1M>. iVcqiiaiutauco. jobted to Mr. Jobn W. florsvillo, for quito a has laid upon our. table Imn books from the 11 ither, John Clark, who| Stato and county from in the early days of this [lived an Industrious and m is "A grammatical ln 10 English language" in [oah Webster, printed in \ the Columbian orator; Ketionary of tho English 5oston, 1801; YoungfLadles lll/a Leslie, Pha., 1803; from tho Scriptures, the uko of schools"; [;e oratory, (the date of ancient looking and (ijeot of every pnra n in tho margin: und er venerable and in "Momoirs of 13ml Eers" by Anna Maria ?Iba Laurens Ramsay is retched in this volume. I^eat women who have ^'Martha Laurons Fm Incut for her f, was born in Char Ina, November 3rd, /daughter of Henry Istinguished Ainerl * "She read with and Latin classics, with most of tho rcnlua, taste and im b in the English and b." * * * prolleient i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

PtTON ITEMS. homing oponod Iiis ferton, Monday tho ^ry fiattoriug pros ^ila had not forget learned under tho *sohool. There will be ;m outside the Distriot attend tho school this rustoos havo orderod K?dern patent dosks of tlie High School, ho shildren may bo moro .ly/feoatod and suppliod leofessary means of learn md doing right at the Tho Prof, is an all )-to-dato man in tho Isense. iooks, ol Polzer, was down ipmmunity Monday on a |rip. Jblo scribe was down fy on Tuesday with a Vns _cs is engaged at pros ^ cotton for tho public lirons market. f)lly Books went to Polzer H. Alien, of Alba,was iunity Monday, lolmos filled his rogu 5meut tho 4th Sunday ton. |or, I have boon praising ~~*buyors, but one of Fs says they would do "well, if thoy didn't take so !h in the way of sainplos.There I hope they will emit taking ion hereafter. It is a small ig but it bolongs to tho farmer not to tho buyer. Will Erwin has just put in a kt of Roller Mills in connection 1th his old Burrh Mills. On Dir....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

llV|?yrigbt i>v Itotort li'jiiin r"' biuu.J OHAPTEP. >^v ( UN 11 N V UUi ' ?Breutwood?- Erie Brontwood,'" mo repealed, slowly. "Ah, yes; I lad forgotten. She it hi luivo n son; minima said so. Oh, if my strength would only hold out n liltl?' longer. I lul getting so weak. I ran t go any further; Must I die out here in tl?o dorm? Oh, lue/, Inez! Why did von slain your ?oul torn few hundred Hollars, after I ha I been so kind to you? If you had been my friend, I would not ho locked up in this room. Ah," she said, always in a whisper, "now is my chance if only it will hold my weight! Good-bye, doetor. How ?an 1 over repay von lor your kind ness? Ah. von are going 10 Brent wood Park? You I aved my life, but I don't like you." For a few moments sin- lay with her ryes closed. 'Yon i?ee, sir,' said Joe!,, "sho wanders." "V,.s. poor little Ihiug! I won der who sh<- .-.in be, ' said Erie in :i low tone. "Don't know, sir. She must h>e had some strange experiences*, on si>o. id l...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

ckoss 1111,1, NOTES. Our town has been highly fa vorod with religious services dur ing tho past wooks. Tho Pastor of tho Baptist ohuroh conducted a mooting of a week's duration and much good was dono. In tho ensuing wook the pastor of tho Presbyterian church, as sisted by Rov. J. Hi Thornwoll, D. D., conducted it mooting in that ohuroh for noitrly a week, whieh rosultod in great edification I and building up of the ohuroh. In tho onsuing week the Fastor of the Methodist ohuroh, assisted by Rev. R. A. Child and O. T. Harman conducted a meeting of soveral days, which was somewhat hindered .by bad woather, but good was done and fruit will be gathered in tho days to come. During the onsuing two weeks Rov. N. J. Holmes, assisted by Rov. Harloy, of Clinton and an able corps of laymon and laywo meo, conducted a meeting which resulted in much good to all who attended tho services. Those sories of meotings have brought about a groat revolution in our town and community and much good will bo ...

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