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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - : - OCT. IS, 1880. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR WILL Sl'DAK AT The Court House TO-MORROW. LOCAL AjYJ) GENERAL jYKWH briefs. Wednesday was politicians day in town. A light snow fell al tliis place Oil Monday, The now Cloaks for ladies have arrived ai. Sntmdors' f Let everybody in roach of town hear MiiKiuiiey to marrow. Woven Corsets for*?! ?>** at Saun ders'. The liest in thu world. Rontioke is developing another Iniom especially in thu industrial line. <,>nile a delegation of Ta/.cwell people wont to Iho Lytichbiirg Fair. Dr. Cililersleeve. has removed his olil residence to a lot on Main Street Extension. It" you are a buyer of children's shoes, look through that, department of Stimuli-r?s store. Sounders' hat. department is what, it, should be, full cif the latest New York styles. Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth? iers, keep a lull line uf Hats, ol' good make ami latest etyle. W. C. Feuilleton, nilli-Mnhoiicilc, puls the Democratie. majority i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 October 1889

THE HUSKIN' BEE. The llltslcin' bee wus ovo", e/. the nun mi 20 in' down In n yalter blas? o' glory ii-t bebind the ma pin brown, The gab wuz gittin' ready 'n the boys wu* I st.tndin' by. To bitch on wbarthcy wanted to, or know the reason why. Of all tho gab what not orotm* the pile of i corn thet. day, j A-twMin' off tho rosllln' busks ez et t'wns only play, Tho peartost one of all tho lot?'n tbey wuz pooty. too? Wuz Znry Hoe?, whoso Inflln' eyes cud look I ye through and through. Now it bnppened.llttlc Xury found a red car ' in the pile. Afore we finished htuktn', 'n ye orter seen I tier smile, Fur, o'course, she hed tho privilege, et ?ho | wild only daro, j To chooto the fellow slid liked best 'n kiss j liiin then 'ii there. My! bow wo puckered up our lip- 'n tried to look our best, j Each fellow wished he'd bo 111" one picked i ollt from all the rest. Till Xurv, nftOT hangln' bar!; a lectio spcil or '. I Got np'n walked right over to tho lost one ill the row. She list reached do...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 October 1889

EARLY ONE MORNING* ClU) goes! si:c pecs! Ami do one bean, .And Ii? one known, Hut she fonrs, she fear?, j'er father deeps; if she only knew, Her mother w< ops lest a dream come truo Ami the morning wears. Bhogoca! she goes! Down the echoing stair. And the white light grows And is everywhere. Soon the birds w ill chirp, and thobusv niD lluiu, and tho cows g<? up the nni And she not there! Bbe goes! she goes! On the window etil Tiie white eat knows, Hut sits on still, ...linking her yellow eyes iu tho sun, The house dog knows, but he'll tell to none. Since 'tis her will! She goes! she goal The door's unbarred How the cock crowa in the neighbor's yard! Bbe shrinks when she hears tho ripe pear fall Uu the dew-sodden earth by the garde" wall. All's heard! all's marr'dl No, for she goes. With a secret smile, For she knows, she knows That all the w hile Her lover stands where the roads divide, With O song on his lips and his sword at his side And a foot on the stile. ? I't'od't Hv.nl...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 October 1889

It i< estimated that tho human race is increasing at tho rate of 30,000,000 a yea_ The NOW Orleans Picayune thinks tho United Stales needs a national air and a uational flower. The Mammoth cave of Kentucky h becoming a fashionable summer roiort, nnnouueos the Chicago New*. The Now York Pre** declares that it is not too much to say thai Boston has today the iinest horsocnr system i:i America._ Tho latest educational report isntcfl m Russin shows that only about one-tenth of tho children in the empire attend school. The other nine tenths arc gtowing Up in ignorance. An unusual number of iceberg* dis? turb! tho serenity of mind of tho cap? tains of Iho Atlantic liners. Tho cargo steamer Frcmonn, which recently :u rived at Quebec, reports having passe 1 Ico bergs for no lest n distance than 200 miles. According to a Ooverumsnt return just published, the debt of Canada hat reach, '1 the enormous amount of $2S5, 7?.S,03(1. The increase during the list ten years lins been more than one-...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

Clinch Valley News, ruBLisnicD Every Friday. I Established in the Year 18451 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy.5 Ccnt? By Mai) postngo paid, ono year... SI.50 By Mail, postage, paid. 0 months .. .75 Entered at the Post Oilieo at Tuxowoll ?C. II., as second class matter. ~ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazeweul C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo woll county and tho Court of Appeals at tVjtfhoville. Collecting a sirecialty. Lands for B&le aud laud titles examined. r. s. oLAin, .ioiin o. watts. Laie Atto. Gen. I ate U. S. Marshall. ?JDLAIR eV^VATrS, ATTO R N EYS-AT-L AW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in all ?the Courts of Tazowoll Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both aountv and Circuit. ?. n. rOI.tos, 6- K, D. COCLLtNO, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wytbeville, Ya. Tazewoll O.H.Va. F ULTON & COULLINO, ATT OR NE YS - AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Ya. Will practico in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell county. S. ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

' Nor/ York wants imprisonment for riebt abolished. .- 5 (Sensational rumors of a general dis nrmamcnt pervade European diplomatic (circles. - ?' TUc battle against the desecration Ol the Sabbath continues to rage furiously in England._^^^^^ . Property along the proposed route of the Nicaragua Canal is advancing in value very rapidly. Daniel Drawbaugh, of Pennsylvania, has resolved to Carry his c laim of being the discoverer of the telephone befor Congrcss. ?::-tt A charter has been granted for a rail? road in Liberia, Africa. It will be the first in that country. Its length will be ?MMJ miles._ . The steady rise of workingmcn's wages how going on in Great Britain is so gen? eral, declares the New Orleans Picayune, is to attract attention. The Congo district of Africa appears lo be developing as it producer of to? bacco. Brussels tobacconists say that its leaves arc remarkably well adapted foi tigars, being of exceedingly good flavor ind very supple. Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

POET AND l< I NO. Thons)? ' nm klag I lutv ) no tlmic.? Save this rough wooden ?ieg-> atone 1 have no empire, yet my sway Extends a myriad leagues a?vayl No servil?, vassal bends hi. knee In groveling reverence to mo? Yet, at my word, ali hearts beat higli Anil there Is fire in i vory ovo. Ami love and gratitude thoy bring A-. tribute unto mo, a king! The folks that throng the busy stivo' Know not it is a king thoy meet, Anil I am ghnt there is not Been Tito monarch in my 4uc? and mien; I should not choose to in- tie- cause Of fawning or of coarse applause? I ant content to know tlio arts Wherewith Ui lord it o'er their heart! Kor, when onto their hearts I sing1 I am n king, I am a king! My scepter?tee, it is a pen! Wherewith I rule then hearts of men Sometimes it plcosi Hi to beguile Its monarch fancy with a smile Sometimes it is athlrst for tears And so adown Hie laureled years I walk, tlio noblest lord ouearth, Dispensing sympathy and mirth - Alia, it is a magic Illing That...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? - ? OCT. iT>. 188?. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB UOVKKMOK : PHILIP W. McKINNEY, of Kami vi Ho. l'OU LI KITTEN ANT ISOVKBMOH : J. H?GE Tl'LEll, of Pulaski. FOH /VTFOItNEY- liKNKBAL : K. TAYLOB SCOTT, of Fiiuquier. WILL A Dl) !!KSS THE PEOPLE OF TAZEWf LL At the Court House TUESDAY. Oct. 29 Let every one wlio lias n right to vote and who has a desire to east Iii* vote intelligently and fur the best in tcrcsts of Iiis Statt', conto lo hear tltis hottest, able man. j President Harrison has at hint found a successor lo J nines Tanner I us Commissioner of Pensions. Green! If. IA linn, of Illinois, and lain com hiivsioncr of iiiternnl roveuuc, is Ihe limn. Mr. Parsons said lust, full that Mn buuu oughl t>. lie bciiI to hell, but that ho was willing to compromise on China. As Mnhoncgot ncithoi appointment niulor Mr. Harrison, Mr, Parsons is now in favor of send ing him io liichiuoiul to be Governor of Virginia. Any Democrat who may he pos Missing Ids soul ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - OCT. 25, ISw. l u c.i i aWn a ?Jv era l NE WS Blil IC FS. The new Clonks for indies Iiiivo arrived at Saunders' ? Woven Corsets lor $1.00 at Saun? ders'. Tlie best in (lie world. I Saunders' lint department is what | it should ho, full of tho latest New York styles. Congressman Jno. A. Buchanan ; will .speak lit tho Court House oil j Tuesday next. Mrs. Barbara Higgiiibothnm De vault, of Florida, is visiting rela? tives iu Ta/.eweli. If von are a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Sanmler's store. Mr. and Mrs C. T. Peer.v, and j the baby, lately living in liluefield, j have moved bank to town. Messrs. I. Frank Sc Co., the cloth? iers, keep a full line of Hats, of girod in like anil latest Ktylo. Rov. L. K. Haviies, a former pus tor of the Methodist church here, wns in town during the week. A trunk or valise wanted ? To be had at I. Frank & (Vs. By the use of his superior lenses I'm". Mayer has made many of our elderly peop...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

A SUNG OF DAYS. O radialis ?uminer day, AV'i.I-., nir. sweet air, Mcalson from ?owet to Howcrl CouUlst thou not yHil one hour Whence (!"? glad heart tare ?'Tub alone i> Mayf O painnate earthly love. Whose tremulous pulse beats on t" life's besl Ikxhi, Couldsl tlion not give one noon, One noon of noons all other bliss above? <) solemn human life, IVhese iio'-la- kmg'lijs hid all eouflivta ceato! Grant us one ilnj "s deep |icaee Beyond the utniosl rumor el all strife. For if no joy can "lay, Let it at Ivn-t yield one consummate Ulooui, Or else there Is no room To Hml delight in love, or life, or May. E0MAN0E0FA TINTYPE bv eii.viu.oTTK i:ooi:its. Two young billies were seated on llie porch of I he "Slates" al Saratoga. Kach i liail iippcil her parasol over her nose at just the right angle to easl a becoming ! shadow and neither was nt all interested in the hook she held before her. Presently one of llicm, Miss llenlon, closed her book and yawned not a man was in sight. Then she g...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

'?vr-ll, i declare; Old SiIIhs livtsl threescore and ton Of years, to liim one long surprise; To ways of women nnil of men, To w ays of Ileus, and tools, tuid flies, To reptiles crawling on tho ground, To swift birds llj ing through the air, Wido mouthed, but one comment ho found: "Well, I declareP It was the same from morn till night. From night till morn, and everywhere; When lifo wus dark, when life was bright, When doctors told him have a care, When preachers preached with all their might, . When judge and jury bade him swear, Surprised he answered, wrong or right' "Well, I declarer When some one said the earth wus round, And others said tue earth was Hat, The disputants ho would confound By saying nothing but just that. When he was told, Oh, this is hot! It seemed to take him unaware, And he would gasp out as if shot; "Well, 1 declarer* Ono summer day old Silas died, And friends sad tears above him shed; Ho passed beyond the great divide That parts the living from tho dead; Hut...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 October 1889

7'he European powers are all showing a great interest in Crctun afTairi. It is propo>cd to iutrotluco tho culti? vation of tho sugar beet on n large scalo in Pennsylvania Paper never win so cheap in the United States as it is today declares tho New York Tribune. It is not cheaper anywhere else in the world. Tue Egyptian Government has noli fled tho French Government that tho lattcr's refusal to accept the conversion scheme will cost K^yptyearly $1,000, 000._ Tho Emperor of Austria reads Tl newspapers a day, each of which is printed in a different dialect. They are the leading papers of the chief towns of the Austro- Hungarian Umpire. Inventor Edison is reported, in con? versation with an Interviewer who so? licited his ideas on the subject of tho projected World's Fair in New York, ni saying that ho woud take an acre of space in such a fair and completely cover it with his inventions, of which lie ha? no less than seventy now under way._ Pel haps the only living woman en? titled ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

Clinch Valley News, pudltsuf.d EviSKY FltlDAY. Established in the Year 18451 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.? Cents By Mail postago paid, ono year... $l.?d By Mail, postago paid. 0 mouths... .73 Eutered nt tho Post Oflico at Tazowcll ?C. II., as second class matter. ? PR?FESSION?lT?ARD? H. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo woll county and the Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for sale and land titles examined. f. 8. r.I.Ain. JOHN a. WATTS. Late Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIR <fc WATTS, B ATTOK N EYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tazowell County. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both aountv aud Circuit. f. 11. FULTON. S- SI. B. COUIJ.IN?, Late Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythevillo, Ya. TazowoU U.li.Va. JjUTLTON & COTJLL1NO, ATTO RNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will praolleo in (ho Circuit Court? of Tazewell county, S. M. IJ. Cou...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

The present estimated population o', \tiie United States is G4,000,000. Belgium has driven out British firm* in he wire fencing business in South Anicr ca._ The New York Tribune sarcastically jsuggests the "Elixir of Life" :u a substi? tute for capital punishment. Nearly two hundred thousand pcopu Sn the United States arc to-day wearing (artificial limbs. This at least is the es? timate given by a prominent maker of ?these nrticlcs. Of the 217 Indian students sent home from Hampton, Va., in ten years who arc jnow living, only seventeen arc doing '{poorly or have fallen back into their old tways of living. . Paris is following the example of Lc.:i Qon, and is about to build an under? ground railway line. The railway will he seven miles long, although only four miles of it will be completely under? ground; the rest will go through cuttiptr pnd by viaducts. . The ocean freight of this country for the last fiscal year amounted to $200, 1000,000, and foreign ships carried all bat $20,000...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

di.ou'.-.kt. From week to w:?k there came no ruis Tho very birds tools 'ti;;iit. ' Thori'er shrank within IU bed, The borders ol this work] grew red With woods that named by night. j Ko rest beneath the fearful tun, No shelter brought the moon; Lean cattle on the rooted fen tfeKrehed every hole for drink, and me Dropped dead beneath the noon. And ever as euch sun went dow" Beyond the reeling plain. Into the mocking sky uprist, , Like phantoms from the burning west, Dim clouds that brought no ruin. Each root and leaf and living thing Fell sicklier day by day, And I, that still must live and see The agony of plant and tree, j Grow weary evenr.s they. . But oh, at last, the Jey, the ens ? ?s With sudden dgh and start 1 woke about the middle night, Ami thought that somatliins strange curl bright Hud burst upon my heart. With surging of great w hub. a IttV And hush upon the plain, A hollow muriner far aloof. And then a ronr upon the rool, Down came tl-.o rushing rain. ?.t. Lanipman, mi S...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? NOV. I, 188?. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET Volt GOVERNOR : PHILIP \V. MoKINNEY, of Furinvillc. KOK LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR : J. H?GE TYLER, of Pulaski. FOR ATTORNEY- GENERAL : It. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fuuquior. When H?h election is ovor the New8 will lake up its favorite tliomc ?the industrial development of this southern country of ours, und all the more earnestly if the government of the State is put into the hands of those whose conscrvalivo, intelligent, and impartial conduct of affairs will insure the protection of our material interests. Congressman ft. 13. Ghcudlc, of Indinnn, addressed u huge, crowd of Republicans in Hie court house, Tuesday. His effort was to show that the present contest was more of n liutiminl tliiui a Slate issue? that it mennt Mahone for the Sen? ate. He made the startling an lioilticemeilt thul if Mahone wen elected Opt. Bowcii would bo giv? en .Ino. A. Buchanan's seat in Con gress. Ho also said that ho kiiew that, Mahotie's electi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY? - NOT. IjTcWO. L?C?L AND GEJVER. 1 7, NE WS BRIEFS. Mr. 1. Frank was over from Wytheville, Tuesday. The lie* Clonks for ladies have] Arrived tit Sunndyrs' if The usual weekly shipment of beef j cattle w:ts luade on Tuesday. Woven Corsets lor.*! 00 at Suun dcr.s'. The best in the world. Fresh and cheap confectioneries, Jcc, at the store of Young <& Kelly. Let every Democrat rise early and shine on tho 5lh. Every vote is wauled. Mrs. S. O. Pocry and her visiting sister left for Norfolk Wednesday 4 - morning. Saunders' hat department is what it should he, full of Hie latest Mew Yi rk styles. j Good weather on Tuesday next would aid materially in the Demo? cratic cause. Some of our local politicians have ten live gallon kegs to their address in the depot. If you are a buyer of children's! shoes, look through that department of Saunder's store. Mr. C. A. Pobst has returned to Ahingdon since an iinprovetnciit in his father's condition. Messrs. I. Frank &...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

the sourn wind. ?Over the fields where the dew was wot, t)ver u meadow with daisies set, Blinking the pearl* in Ute spider1* net, Tho soft south wind came stealing. Jt wns full ol the scent ?r tho?weet wlkl rose; And It lingered nloug, where tho streamlet flows. Tili it made the forget-mc-mila" eyes enclose, And started the blue-bell* pealing. Under the moasurctac* blue <>f the sky. Drifting the silvery cloudlets by, Drinking the ilew-te.-i.nin.il Hower-Clips dry. The warm south M ind was blowing. Jt was ?west ?ith tlie breath < f a thousand springs: And it rang to the grave*, as over it sings, "With n sound like the moving of myriad wings, Or the whisper of wild Dowers growlnj> Over the Ileitis, In the ovMtitlg glow, Stirring the trees, osflic sun sank low, Swaying the meadow-grass to and ft". A hree;-.e from tho s Kith enme creeping. It rocked tho birds in their drowsy nest; It cradled the blue-eyed grass to rest; And its good-night kisses were soitly pressed On pnlo w...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

UNCA.I_END.\nE?. Only n year have thou und I boon friend?. If time iK' counted on our calendar; Awuy with that! What it begin*, it ends; From nil eternity, close souls wa were; And shall be, >o toxi grant! forcveruiorc, Kor two were never faster hound before. ??With God, ou ? day is a? a thousand year.;:"' Ob, Love is mighty, Coil's most blessed name! The more that man his Maker's Image Wars The more must mouths and anus Lo the same. Love knows not time?It is eternity, 4nd not a year, that 1 count out with thee' ?Charlotte F. Bate*, In tk* Century. PITH AIND^ POIST. The matter of a day?Twelve hours. Speaking about "cotton bagging," is it at the knees??Pittiburg Chronicle. A lecture on fruit should always begin with a pear oration.?Merchant Traveler. Hens arc kept busy finding the means for moving their crops.? Tent* Sifting*. Hay fever will make tite most unassum? ing man blow his own horn.? Terre Haute Rxpret*. A man who owns a goat has only to earn his bread; he has his butter ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 November 1889

The Tciinossco rivor will bo improved so much Hint steamboats can run as far as Chattanooga from Now Orleans. There are on the National pension rolls 1,700 widows of Revolutionary ponsioncrs, and 17,000 of the war of 1812._ There are already 10 I clerk i at work m the census efh'co at Washington. By Marcli there will be 2,000 clerks, and in June 10,000 enumerators at it. The number <>f English women who do not waat to volo is apparently largor, the New York Mail and Krprett asserts, than the number of those who do. Sincr 1800 the population of Europe has just doubled itself. Thou the popu? lation war 176,000,000; in 1830, 21?, 000,000; in 1800, 280,000,000; in 18b0. 331,000,009; in 1SSS. 330,000,000. A correspondent of the New York Post reports that the Paris Exposition of this year has boon successful beyond Ihn most sanguine hop;*, tho whole expense having beon returned by the inc me of the first two month-. Tho amount of water Hint fell in Pennsylvania during the summer of ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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