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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1909

Pckens Senil1-Jou d Mp"xIMMEEft TEFURSDAY XUANINO, - -BY SAentne1-Jor&al Company. 1, 0. THOMPSON, EDITnR. Telephone 32 oibeiptiO $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Dites ReasonahP. a& P1aMna FvStofMC 88 Second lass Jftil Matter rcOWS, S. C.: TRURsAY NOVEMBER 4. 1909. From Cateechee. Fditor Sentinel-Journal: Once more we will pencil your paper a few thoughts. It has been a long time since we have given.apy dots, On last Friday it was our pleasure to be in the town of about 15 minutes. About five minutes of that time aO taken up by business with Ne probate judge and the other ten we spent in swapping a few With that loquacious gentAeman, M. F. Rester. As everybody knows, "Tup" Hester is about the best informed main in town. He knows everything that is going on in town and when a man comes to town if Tup sees him he soon knows what is go ing on in that man's section. But while, conversing with Mr. Hester our eyes were flash ing about and we noticed many things. Pickens is certainly a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1909

Pickens SentulIOrnl LOCAL BREVITIES i Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Pickens furnished her quota at the Barnum and Bailey show in Greenville Thursday. -Dr. L. O.Mauldin and bride, of Greenville, are spending a time with relatives in Pickens. --Mr. Wm. M. Hagood, jr., and bride, of Easlev. are visit ing relatives in Pickens this week. -Wanted: Any one having a good corn mill and farm to rent, conimunicate with M. C. Williams, Newrv, S. C. -Rev. J. R. Aiken, of Fair Forest, S. C. spent a ;ouLiion of this week 'in Pickens with his brother-in-law, Capt. J. T. Tav lor. -The Floyd Featherston Mu sical Co.. held the boards at the Pickens Graded School Auditori um1 Monday ni*ht. All who were present. say the entertaiii ment was all right and that they had a nice time. -Monda b-ilg saleslav. and a good deal ot stuff to be sold, there was a lare crowd in tow). Most of them (ame to see how the land sold, some came to bid on it, while others c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1909

PIPE-VALVES FITTING AND SH TING, PULLEYS, BELTS. LWBAD IRONWORKSI GA Gives SyQuick ro s Relief. Pal Retoves afl swelling in 8 to :o days; effects a wermanien t cure is 3o to 6o days T.ial treat=ent -en free. -othingcna be fairer write Dr H. sat n Box B3 AtIant&.OP for locatinc Mine. MERIAL MET R and Ireasures; made tcua-anteed) sold or rented; circular 2c. SpLEX Co., Dept S. Bell, Cal. FU R S wowl FaerWs, Ta1w,eswa=. Cmu. GdaSeal,(YewRa.Mar Awple ,,d..s.et... O ..-d.e.,r., Otmaisi is6'wrhsama~ La.--a*adaudo beterfo than asI spCr a.cbm. ha.ena, amr B.k in I Wia or we* 0'i . Sabo s Don't Cough!nUse y cR U1t WIn -mustI Mh sloVtIs Will instantly relve your. ahig throat. There is nothing like itfor Asthma, Bronchitis and lung troubles. Contains no opikt@. Very pleasant to take. AD Dmasi."., 25 ests. TALLIC * of steel Fir Mn8, Qun, Famrsnd AD MMWho ftDo Wr WL Support the ankle. They will make your old shoes as good as new. Easy to attach. Any cobbler can put them on. Your shoe dealer ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1909

Is the Ameri Interesting By David e cultured American wom finding serious fault with . ,e educated man in this country. They tell us that he is not interesting to woman. He has !est many of his old romantic emotions, and is therefore a dull, poor love maker. He is so ignorant on many of the subjects that absorb modern women's minds that he is socially dumb and stupid. But, worst of all, he lacks something more than mere knowledge and development; he lacks temperament. He lacks a state of mind and consciousness that woman is hungering more and more for in man. It is a psychic state of mind; a spiritual intelligence; a comprehen sion and sympathy; an appreciation and patience that know how to speak and, above all, how to inspire. No, the American man does not in terest and charm woman as man does in most of 'the countries of Europe, notably in France and Italy. But why does he not? There are acute foreign observers who visit us and de clare that American life has evolved a man and a w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1909

State News I a i W W Rif .TheAiken Savings Bank has b .Oworganized at Aiken with a caital stock of $25,000. Ciarlie Morris, who was shot btPrince Hulon in Timmons viuldied from the wound. jThere is -a great scarcity of. in Edgefield county. Vfi& in all; sections of the are drying up. Reinhart has opened al hotel in Gaffney. It is .),m am the Palmetto Inn. r dMrs. Alva B'angston siled Tuesday from New York city for Rio Janeiro, Brazil, South America, whereDr. Lang will take the chair of the koylgtheBaptistcolle. Mr. La*ston is a son of Mr. T. S. Langston of Madden, Lattrens county, and, accompanied by his young bride. formerly of Kpntucky, a portion of his sum mer vacation.was spent in his old home and in the county. (roup is nost prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter month. P rents of youing children Qhould be prepare4 for it. All thtt is aeeded is a bottl of Chambberlain' Cough Rom-ady. M on m..ih,rs ar# sever without it in their homeb and ii has never disap...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

t~ -EN .E1 Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second ela matter, nude' aeofongress of March 3,1879 39th Year PICKENS. S. C. NOVEMBER 18, 1909. Number 6 PEISONS PERISI uloid Factory Prey of Fir, In New York City. FATALLY INJUREI ong the Dead Was the Son of th4 Head of the House Whose Charroi Body Was Found Amid the Ruini of the Burned Factory. New York-Nine persons wer red to death and five others fa y injured when the cclluli.d factc of Robert Morrison & Son, at 15: lumbia street, Brooklyn, was de yed by fire. Among-the dead was William Mor on, son of the head of the house whose body was found charred amif the ruins. lbbert Morrison, nimsen nconscious and seemingly dying was carried out by a negro portex who risked his life to save his .chiel -,,It has been impossible-to identify th4 bodies of the others, as they are bur ed passed recognition. About all the windows on the groun< .oor there were heavy iron bars t keep out robbers at night. And thes kept in the workers...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

436,88,694S STOLEN Sugar Trust Has Underweighed for Twenty-Five 1Years. iIRVFNMENT PROSE1UTIN Alleged That Trust Corrupted Customs Offi-la and Stle 5 to 10 Per Cent Oa Ztery- Cargo. New . York City. -~ New facts brought to light diclose the fact that the American - Sugar Reiuning com pany, Detter known as the sugar trust, has stolen the enormous sum of $30, 00050 from the United States treas "rywithin the past twenty years ;throughi under-weighing of importa tionis ad under-payment of customs duties.',As *a repuit more federal in dictments have been drawn up. The facts reveal. the trust's, whole sale' corruption of customs officials and its covert bribery of politicians to accomplish its ends. The customs j.ficials 2der-weighed the importa S. the politicians kept them in jobs. It apptars that the trust has been stealing from five to ten per cent du ties on- every cargo of sugar brought lato the United States for the past -twenty years. The prosecution of the sugar. trust It is under...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

* N EVERYT1ING By MRS. MAR3L , EI thank Thee, 0 our Father, 1,'or all Thy tender care, And ask that we may ever Thy gifts with others share. We thank Thee for the comforts, - The common joys of life; For health and strength to labor, Freedom from want and strife. Thanka for our co immon blessir.gs, The friends that cheer our way. 'Tis joy for them to labor. 'Tis sweet for them to pray. ;Mary Acker sat oa the foot of the bed, her bank-book 'on her knee, a A'pencil between her fingers, and a frown on her low, broad brow. "Twenty-nine from seventy-five leaves forty-six," she murmured to herself. "Even then it won't be so very much. The silk in that waist is worse than a secod, and the hat looks as though it'came off a bargain ceounter-which it did." The frown deepened and the pencil made uncertain, imaginary lines in midair. - j "Oh,ldear, wfiat's the use of living In a city and being nobody-because it takes a million to be somebody?" it, Illinois, in Leslie's. ' wn the pencil and the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

* IN EVERYTtING -' By MRS. MA W thank Thee, 0 our Father, - .bor all Tby tender care, And ask that we may ever Thy gifts with others share. We thank Thee for the comforts, The common joys of life; For health and strength to labor, Freedom from want and strife. fThakq for our common blessir.gs, The 'ends that cheer our way. 'Tis joy for them to labor. 'Tis sweet for them to pray. Mary Acker sat oa the foot of the bed, her bank-book 'on her knee, a ,enci1 between her fingers, and a frown on her low, broad brow. "Twenty-nine from seventy-five leaves forty-six," she murmured to herself. "Even then it won't be so very rhuch. The silk in that waist is worse than a seccnd, and the hat looks as though it'caine off a bargain -counter-which it did." The frown deepened and the pencil made uncertain, imaginary lines in midair. "Oh,idear, what's the use of living In a city and being nobody-because It takes a million to be somebody?". - -- it, Illinois, in Leslie's. I < n the nencil and the I ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

f IjS v= THURDAY 11LMG 0h Buthle-50ural Company, 0.. TJOXPSOX.In~a rxeshone 32ox er annum. EInsudin ra e Bseconble. PIC=ENS. C THUBSDAY NOVEMBER 18.1909 I wish thatland in this country was worth $100 an acre so people would take better care of it," remarked a well known farmer in presence of the writer yesterday. The, fact is that most land in this country is orth -$100 an acre or more, and f peoole would only take better -care of it, it would bring that price and better. owners of the new Boklyn tun fbl are much disappointed. Not every strap on every train was In use the frst day. Still they should give such staid persons as Brooklynites at least a week to get the tu.nnel habit Automobile scorchers are to be put In jail. That #ls treatment more near ly fltting the disease. Some scorch ers would rather- pay a. nne than edpeanuts.- It makes them feel he role without crippling them finan caly. A pubshers catalogue -divides books Into three, lists: "Famous Books," "Readable Books,"' "G...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

.,lickenls SentinllO-OUfI LOCAL BREVITIES Some Tings You Know andSome - You Don't inow About Our Towns, County & People -The crop of field peas is fir so they say. -Chickens seem scarce ai evidently roost high this seaso -Taxpaving time is at ha again and it comes a little-hig er. too. -Man, like the fire, is apt torment women by being out night. -Born to Mr. and Mrs. V. ] 'Loehr, of Clinton, on the 151 instant, a son -Di. A. C. Spain, de'ntist, w be in Central Wednesday, No 24th for tree days. -J. F. Banister will sell lots in Liberty on the 29th ins1 for colored people only. -The season of pumpkin I is upon us and the cribs are fi ing with corn. Waltz with m -Are you coming to the S. Convention at Pickens ne: week? A roval welcome awai you. -Lots of our fr'iends, ti farmers, are going to sow son wheat this time. That's go( and noble. All hands and the cook a in the cot d these day i t he a sound gets on the man who has bale of cotton to'sell. -Matters not how much yo may get f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

A to=Tkthe tern t -wha lib ho re o of CnjoY M6ent of~onte tion and of effort ma beIagdetO contribute to living Aright Tihen the Unse of medicines may be dis -,tendit1ktoadvantage, but under oi di bsditions in many instances I e wholesome remedy may be invakn able ta~ken-at the proper time and th California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it i a21&e important to present the subjec tlifuy and-o supply the ne perfee Ikiwvt those desiring it. eiiently, the Company's Syrup c p and mEir of Senna gives genen a ctiona. To ge' its beneficial effect 'genuie, manufactmed by, t ;g~yrUP1. ony, and for al Yoi ladies, who have p -dark crces under eyes, dra -exressions, you need a t onic you need is C is.Ihe best tonic for , Sare. specfically adapted for the wowany organs and hel] vitaly eofthe worn-out wom . Rdu is a- vegetable n erals, no iron, ano potassium, gerous, or habit-forming, drug t sperfectlyharmless an WO The W0rn After my doctor h4d dor initesMrs. Wm. Hilliar(d ofM di on ttie advice of a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

7-7 China For. Shirt Waist Scts. New York giils do not a little de signing themselves along the line of ornamentation, and one of the new est ideas sprang from the brain of a Burden girl. Miss Burden concluded that, amid the wealth of precious metals and jewels used for belt buckles and shirt waist sets, other materials were being neglected woe fully,- so she decided to employ china as a relief from the eternal glitter of the too-popular gold and silver pret ties. In consequence. china sets prom ise to be favorites this winter, espe cially for morning wear. Don't jump to the idea, however, that they are in expensive. On the contrary, tney are made of the most delicate china, and their cost mounts high. The shirt waist set includes, of course, cuff but tons, pins for the blouse and a square belt buckle of largs size. All the pat terns are of fairy dimensions, and most of them, in faint tints. The sets look smart enough with the gowns, of rough silk worn in the forenoon. Miss Burden's...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1909

5s e News eeTheLUtheran Synod meet *soek at Lexington. R kHill is erecting a nev c'a -nIt will contain 16 cells Some fine hogs, were. showi ti Cheroke& county's Lie Stool s ow at Gaffney last week. -Dii sn'Engineer Jonesof th South&/ Western, writes th railroad cmmision that hi N iadiill br6teady for final in r an0 d regular operatio todB tinburg in a few days. W. .Jordan, a Greenvilll contractor, hasbeenawardeath4 conjiract for buiding a hands6m< new hotel in Fountain Inn Ork on this~uildiligtill star soon. The cost of this hotel i saidto be estinated at betweei $20000 and 30,000. Co.roner J. M. Stevens o Greenwood 'county, who wa lected to his office in the prima ry of 1908 was found dead in hi bed last. Thursday morning Heart failure is snpposedto hav been the cause of his death Mr. StevexIs had been troubkl with. heart' disease for som time. Logan Berry was struel/by Coast Line. train at Newberr on Thursday and instantly kill ed. He and Joe Lawrence wer w-lking downth...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

I N NT Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class lfatterjander c.07) a arch 317 39th Year. PICKENS. S. C., NOVEMBER ?25O, 1909.,ubr2 Y' 4~4 The poor farm will grow taxes nothing else. Good grade draft horse- are still in demand. Raise a few. With your other planning, figure on iasIng a colt or two this. year. Farm folks need the smile just as much as the crops need: the sun shine. The stock market is the last place in the world where the farmer wants to venture. Comfortable quarters for the toh are essentAli to proper econ y of the food ration. Look through the getable bins and let the stock up all the all d the. half-rotted -ap The prosperity of, th? farmer was honestly earned, whi is more than can be said for the success of some business enterprises. The farmer must plan the work carefully and keep the farm help thor oughly busy if he is to realize a profit on the high wages he is obliged to pay. Too small a field for the pigs will result in their soiling the clover...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

~AAI I;ANl10EPRT om fetesCanl Fixed $375,2W000. OWItS TISFACIIIR of Commssion Goes Into x.0 V%1EA~ am. JL D... - Satisfactory progreAsi th donstriction of the Pnma canal .s shown in- the an nual rept-f. the Isthmian canal com '2nikssion for= the' fiscal year ending ..ne 30, 1909, just made public by ii:2secretary of 'war. - Th.-repots deals with the organiza tionbftthe work, -construction and en gineeiing problems which were solv ed,, th-dclyR government of the canal zone; thei anitary conditions,, -which er greatly 'Improved, and ,the esti diateia-dost of the canal. The totai th canal. Is plaed at .$375,-' The -report says in part! theyea the desigbs for the6 lOcks' at Gatun and the 4deks at -Pedro Miguel-.were- finished. ThU locks in pairs, separated by a wal 60.feet thick, 'aree 110 feet in xth. with1,000 .feet: usable lengths. - -he~ work .of excayating the Gatun ,ks was' continued during the year team biovels throughout the fore afy and the greater part of the lock hambers, and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

Arem sag e - tile to Love. iove ed.6 'IT well; Iknow; m;,dreamp areyu et 4P stoorrasbe truei THE LITTL By JAMES V l'When Rodney Pinkham appeared among the candidates for the Valley side Academy football team, the coach smiled. What's your name?' he asked. "Rodney W. Pinkham, sir." "You 4'ant to play football?" Yes~ air. "Why," said the coach good na tredly, "you're no bigger than a Christmas candle!" The boys who heard him laughed, but Pinkham was not disturbed. "I weigh more than you'd think, fr,"; he said. "I weigh one hundred and i eight and one-quarter pounds, and most of it is muscle, sir." Tie coach smiled again. "4Vell, Mr. Christmas Candle Pink he said. "I like your spirit, y; and we'll see what you can 4 ." The first day there were exactly thirty-four men at practice, and when three elevens lined up for signal Actice, Pinkham found himself the e left over. But he trotted along sbAide the coach without the least -s n ,of .annoyance, looking up at him esiously-land listening ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

6RS Senineli 'nl - gr A mitielJura a .urn! THfUESAY MoBINMIG. g entne14ounal Company, o ~. J,. 0. -rsOxPso1. roa a Telephone32 n 00LOPer Azum. P rerljng Bates Beseonble. h zBas as meaans FiStofEet 80aM Reclasoa PXENS,.C NOVMEE,25.1909, (V InMemoriam. Diet at the home of his son Ijwin our city, Friday mor meg~ Uncle Jere" Looper, aged eghty-seven years. H'e-'as a man of generous uimplses and never forgot the hospftablp ways of the pioneer. even The strang, eventhough a never failed to find food 3an shelter if he sought it at.his hands,.and hewas at home by the bedside of the sick and de lighted in all kind nd neighbor ly offices. He had borne adver sity bravely and enjoyed pros perity quietly. He had filled the various relations of life, as son, husband, father, brother, friend, and filled them well. Who can do more? But he is- gone! Anothet name is stricken from the ever lessening roll of our old settlers, and a solitary woman in the t sunset of life, and a lonely home are left to a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

Picklles Sentine1jounal LaAL BREYITIES (Some Tings You Know and Some You Don't Know At. Our Towns, County & People k -Miss Norma Griffin, of Pick ens, is assisting the teacher with the school at Cateechee. -Mrs. M. M. Grinnell, of At lanta, is visiting the family of W. H. Ashmore, in Pickens. -Married on November 13th by Rev. B. C. Atkinsrn, Miss A. C. Youngblood to J. E. Kay. -9ne good Mare for sale-six years old-work anywhere, and afraid of nothing. F. W. Whitmire. -All signs, if we may believe the weather prophets, point to an unusually severe and mild winter. -It is said a man will rust out quicker than he'll wear out. Did you ever know a town loafer to die? Sit down and think. -And the stained and dogtail cotton is being rushed on the - iarket. The price is holding up fairly well. 1 -The goat is the best fitted Ihimal for butting in, but he Aoesn't use his privileges half as f uch as does his two-legged rother. -The latest style of plowing we read of is done by hitching an ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

is Sc or t lons amacl izenor. ry" is nC Deig prin, so wil. Sia c is A uid 4th, from thi ispensarfyMec naa Tells HBw She .eiTas Being 1111 dulHelped ler. ,G-.-- as. ina tetrible te*. g. Bighamq of ;Ga.. I was s.iak Icould walkacross the room. I -had pain~imy sides and would ' cup soI -ould hardlystan4dit. l .rregdlar and cbud iot do my rk.. Mr head ached aii ' t me, a bad. 'mes I felt like it wouldkil A -suffered with drawing mand my back .irtf !7a -" '.et poorer every -me up able to do my better 'than 1 13ave 4eo menod it to - al. or weak vomen we to Caik It a %tan ition, brightens .,-the c6plexion. reg -and helps'yot back ih hIne f looks and -rom~ pure vegetable ingre n o powerful, min letious compounds cbai qr simla wkidisagme ftl aiss; itjs goo -for rold and should e n -dv % TTY it iggist sells it TiEi5U5 Alms 7CO - dog - A En e so4 SA CoawirED 79q2m00CN * RTAN R OR KI -HLARGESTMUAI - n sittthefatet fas - vb ste and snh T banl walks oife. Ett could take jc at Brooki showyOU how c...

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