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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 4, 1901, Washington, Indiana                                fe 1 3t CUUAHY refuses hini of for the fe tun of hissohs TJII puwojra ask a total of fioni the report Jj of the indeniiiiiy iominlttee of the ministers is j THF republican candidate for miyor Louis nuisMie irgreat t bail contesting election of his op ponent who received j OtIH comity more i miles of coal statej 4 Wonder you of it for home 1 UNI IKS Beiiatoij Pierre I point Morgan evidently thinks he can make the shipping bnsiiuss without il ship subsidy bill to hllp him I Thos Bryant was fined for sending f a hill outside of lilies state for all parties reside in the Bijant went to 1 THL ilocjxl n living g le iders have jioti yet explained how it was that recommenda i tioH for tlie Canriclbtlrg pbstoffiud was J Theres a coon souiewhere in the i THE Gafcette fit its siidthfij Seu jj Fairbanks presidential boom was SI pinched at jBuf Etahna k t throwing up hii hat tor hiiiji and j Sfnator Beveridge hasntsent hiii any t carnations and American 3 THE story goes that and a Senator Fairbanks pooled their 5 issues Fairbanksreelection Mn1 and flection of jDurbin as to Biveridge in klOJW The1friends of ilie lattar ifcijutor attempt to block j cuts in Chicago How is that for good j Usoldfjbr PJetty fgood timeSj for jflie Alunger whpcor but not so delightful foj the Ffejlbws wlib cpntijacteid to deliver U lot f of it at JOcund had to pay to gct j SAGJS predicts a financial the worst ever The f public has Veconie strongly lj said he whenihis opinion was asked on tho present cionditiolis of rstoqk It is ijinpreccdonted in the stock But there is ingito warrant this remarkable inila tion of 11 THE point intersection of tho line thb population of this country norjthand south with the line jjdiudmg i equally eaaV arid t as tho j located at by tlie census at near Culiim Now we know where wo are I THE democratic party Will be a power cdlh only Iftrmaking the admission that the ifflocratie will hereafter bet a lower the GJizette noddnbt its statement on flic local results if the when its party uitt vita that it has eased to wonder howjit 3 TOE billion dollar steel has ad gancied steel rails from tcj a lit this price is only for buyers nited wherq competition is relented by the Foreign buy can still get all the steel rails they jvailt for a American buyers iunst pay moregA ton in order that the profits of the in ay be eo taat they can cnt the price to for The mil to libolish the tariff trust steel products should C state gas rather n discjouraging as o Hie natural gag JHc The rapid aecrjease in i fhatjhas been noted jn all the jjlpe jinea the past a certain indi eatipn that the days ofnatural gas in are He says tliat ores of wells drilled the pist winter the midst of the gas which at showed strong were within ninety Jfany factories may mn for some liionihs or but many more WiUlnave to change to other loca where coal iftabnnflant and I TstE a stalwivrt Kpifblican isbfavo enough il to Ytoljf nght out in meeting and Tpice tjjie jjentimenta Of the masses of the i we suppose the or hi other thi is jBcajjed at the reappointment of the ifosfpiasters in this but wjuit aSjoutthe masses of the the men Who1 do the Do tho politicians 1 tlunjk that because thejj are too pciw ardty to say to the men who have hiid trTrspuU at the tevift ave had get put ibonie other man are going to lie whip pfedjntd enduring their cowardiceV tJejr think that republicans aro gojng satisfied to ft or to gratify the personal fgnlbf one to dominate the politics jijjf Indiana J The musses of the repub party da not endorse the building qf ttiyal families of office and itQsaVfi the life the party they fe ttclined to resort tp herojp treat NEW GAS to Use the State For Laying i Arrjiour Immense by Fire Southern Indiaflft Oil and Gas has filed a petition with auditor asking for a right to dig and lay pijxss under along any water and especially mthdt thi county leading from Lop to i tnowin the road and on said road to the burned to tlie ground tost fork of White rrftr f Tljis company is evidently the one K i known as tjie Tlie fact petitiog asks for the right that the the rivfer indicates go pipe Davi into LIBRARY The Board Will Select Site for Nekt brary jTlie Ijbrary ioinmittei mbetiiigtljis afternoon ami on ojcijouitli fcjbseiue of two hfli next bifls w0 be extended until nesit Tbi site cimitnititife oh will choose Ithreu I tlje us uiaSkthejisfirSt ENUMERATION Of Children in Da Is a Gijin of J6a in This Loss 134 jn Washington Ttie of education tudriy and received the reports ic sfluiol rhililreii the th seveirel townsiliud townships of Daviess Coniityas folUiws Barr second tliird tuta lur thjeni OH to a full ineeiing thp Hbrjiry borird I I i TflpUGHTS OFILOVEl i i i i I jl i This Isiihe When the Ypurtg j Mails fancy Turrts that ji Male female 4il2 iu of Tt Dui iriuj Jiis pastorate rJiicob of Ins mkrrieii His charcli is kurlleijj fThe ruiiawas and any bill can got iflafriejl thfte onwhort j of the f onned me have hai bceif caused in most W the couplcjs wereftoci is a feihjre wheu 20 and the giljfyouii s prpceedtd lo diclard femal Loss of Elmore female total ifale female Si total II Gain ItAle female total Loss of female total Loss of Steele female dHul Gain of j like a ifijip of thunder imt of a drar sky so tiie push say to Mr oarry hin In Aw time lie recojfiuieiKled Daniel of tinIflliige for The forwurdcjd iiilong lines to thejpowerK iij Wash ington litty with no Injt tiliiit it out beyopd Lint tfrilp of so tile ptlsi the aniiifiiieeuient ill tlie papers the other dug that Lawfrente had been anil jthfl push dered wfitre it wits t Anils it still claims tifj be Ca hdll WHS wiipointcd Injfore ils yoiee f Ueen The has among til living litiidirii are ut thMr wits eml ito cxn yS i V Clark how jt It i ishell AVlth Lloyd gnawing ciintiliiifil the iiimbft little I K i stir apd they aiii witis Dont jao i j Donti1iany until you Dont riiarrju girl who cant jiml sew I Dont in six robms iwhens ire i j Dont unless you suit cjach j s Dont to me for a ANOTIJER ELECTRlt Cirrclnnajl Capitalist Contemplating Road frarrt Loogootee to Vin Ciiunjiuiti capitalist has heie for infonbation witli a of an electric roajl gootet the of Montgomery ancl Tritchtoh ani par Sliding B I If f Hejsajifiiothing in hia letter ctinecjrii iug lk nscerfeiin figures reatliin to population aiid tances I s that the roadis cjpu structed ill erect at wiishinptbb a laige 1 f 1 Tho potilation of the towjis aceordingiitp the last census Loogoottf Cannelbute Fntichton Viutennof The throughwhich the rciad would rujy is a rich agricjilturivl jifodl miiiLr il tqintrv with natural oil in Daviiai nnd Martin The rotd bnild np a n np a co freight tramc and wonld no doubt a great public and a paj jjig estment The tapjtnl is is an building trolfey lines and mpaus He Will doubyess ask pome donations contessionjj along the line be queer he did EDITOR KNOCKED A Petersburg Man Objected to Publi cation of an foh ester Thompson editor bf the Press and republican chttjr man of PUf count received a severe beating ntin tlie Mam stfcet of tliati i at the hands iof 1 J The the result oi the cation of article In the iPreS tirjle agfl Spiditor Tiiompsotl is jono if those tellers wh think it the lutycfi an editor ti roast SMALLPOX AT 4 Reported Hat There Are Three Casts I Inthat j Frank Jijjobs returned from Smidaj oct Brazil ington chuniH caught at Wash dunug the Huff Borden tnal soi da s ago han Dinkyib apd J011 who also ttjft ndtd the trial iue fid to nave kfie disease I Several ijisea also BURNED Allisons elroyed by De burned jnst Loss insviTt contents450 Mr Alli86n is m VealelUownt IMMENSE f i1 Soeetal to tliis Democrat May fe CCJB immense house and stock burned to tlie ground fodaV Griat loss of propertj FifeTstaifted at at I ai m femiile 107 total Loss of f Elnora female KM total of OdQiiMale female 149 total Male feinule gity ward 2d 4th ward 5th lyiud Gain Washington Loss jI fStCicile theg is one male and due fomajie colored of school age iin I female The jdttiCT colored children are i in Washington city Reports from entire county sliow number between I aiul 21 to be alloss of DANGEROJJS Boy a Revolver Nearly Shoots M I E J j Carlj tlie eigljt year old sou of Archie iPfohl came very fiear being killed frue4duy by his little play who tu JiJmediately f after school the two to tlfe residence of Charlies aifd Frank find gained an njitrancf to one of tho jfronf rooms bjj crawling through apen i j The Shijnks got hold of a playfully pointing tat young pulled the jhe bullet iniBsid the boy by a very and buried itself 111 tlie wall The revelver so to Jpurjg Ifohl tliiSt the powder bufniid I ij i PLEASANT I 1 Brevier of Trainor Remem i f A jphiasaut supirise was that given Trefsa Ajj Brewer of upon retpping from the village Of the house filled with aliout fiftyjjiriends and relatives and an bounteous dinner awaking her it being aeco id of her ngs was vinti The were all plaijed in hiding and slip fiot anything unusual upon enteHng the house where ihe by the and to say Bhe was is placing it y mild The afternoon Was spent in ajid sotiul chat until a latehour crowd wishing heir maujhappy returns of the pleasant lAmong those present weri the aged Afjel Morgan and Miss Aiistfi Adam Isenogle family and 4 DMorgan and fam r Marshal Tom Ciill Arrests a Fugitive Frotty Murshall Tom fall at T oclock last niglft airreWed Wasj wanted a which wjas not jhis to John f man at attifiied and a constable ftfat d at the home of his sister at SpringiSlle and arrested hiiii but he prikiheif escaped on the way by jumpiiig froic the train at Slices iMaishiil Sail wired and the tnjll left with a teaiu fog HistjiibrBetji on tlie way ancl accommodation for He inltnpdiatsly got on the of andgirrested him at in prisoner will tici befjpre Sqigra Stnieter May trie Appi Intment Causing Lots ptisl pob burg itiriis pn Ijiuoiig the repnblioan in the recent apl ment pf a at f he to be thti so far as mg is cpnj cettiW jThey hfwith a fapitsl ijl Likt fiiil thfe Campaign thfl jliiiU a jtepjj thisljright tonainf Uoyct METROPOLITAN ICOPS Appoi For Vinccqries and They Are if Now in r uiiditr the thu metrotiplitan polive Coiiimi9sidners met nt undj selected a metro politan force uH follows Superinlliident Thomas re j Captain Thomas ilenio j I j jj Uepubliyin litrolmenr Leo ilmier Isijiic McNeilj Henjy Ulysses Urint I Patrolijien iOline Asa Hirri aon fi ji i piitroluiiin wvigheil anil measured Bfud found ijrnial ito the i re which arei S 10 iff over i not Jnrider poundijl nor over pound j not over j i The will be as per i per per per I All toitht Stone ThfrJks a incoming In il ThisCburitryJ j foresees angirlier BlacJ A fiiijinciijl is us the coming iri ifiis country jnstj as SBT itaid other irki Sfocks are lo fed New Vork and scme simply i g evory ine ii wild there seeniji to be ino to Be jij stop The nuiiiicial in hislcouutjy in tluj histrfry of the if we coufe 4ut of this thinfe without a Ipariic it ivoijld be lineniniptled in the history of lie j Last wepf the stocks solil infNiw York amonjited to Jiljven million Atjbar Value per Share that fYbn can i just yburselg In tnelie weejjs ths stbfck sales would amount to ijjjarly eighty billion dplhirs assessed taluatibn iof all the property in the United both i EriglandSs getting In a bad why Ameridlin securities in London arelRieiug Thats going to takjjj a lot of gold put ofVj this anftjit will oiily hasten the Thcreilsnt anything jbehindj tltis financial and I dont jsee a panic can f j HENRY Leaves All H a Property to His Wife arid i I pass into piisses8ioh of ThewillofJthe late Henjry of admiWedjito The family i qjsidence in is left ijo his she hold same ijintil deatih when it shal Effie Thfe remaii tier of thefrenil andJped sonali proper is to be equally among andLaflfl following David Wifletit Mary Kel Jane Brpokii Irp and EfHe a Shively that John first ouit of thq said property inch otherSons hiii4 already beeiji given is naiiied as will made April I anij was nessed by Jdfe Cumming ajip Harry Hi S ii OANCI DECLARED Ith Pie HI Smallpox Interferes With lAontgome lasure I Several Wil men tiga and tookj girli to ai advertised tojfake I Upon arriving in Montgptoery thej jwere told owing smaltpos scare the had beeni pujitpone4 in 1 fei NEW GAS COMPAKY Being Organized tb Develo Indiana Fl i I A new iwill soor zed iA Shoaltjfto prospect piL Henry Hyatt of th the aided tb flrist J QJ Johnspn knfl Hacker are aiuong those i the new i It was decided that thelci pital shall lares sialll be that no ijia i shall ifoldl Officers or own more have riot yet en New be 9r gaafin city pre WHITELAW RtlD Injured in Railroad Wrfeck in California British Press Greallv Alarjncd Over Purchase of Their Greatest Steamship rfpeciul tii thv May law Keid iiiid Mills injured in a wreci here last They were rldinxin car when 11 spicial ttuck Thsy will J Muy Tlje ntk of the British show Us 11 result of Herrcponf Moronis Jiur fhase uf British steamship HERE AND Itiems 01 Interest to Read The nride ioutract fur oj il glass to elilljiny 1 ll puy roll to lu Al donates eiruii e 6 of the t hi nt iipjiiiy in pltted pUlll is tl iost u iu ilgsj h receive from to Jib per id 1bst lU ei I f S S i rkcw ubsbrli tho United mine engineers Indijrtia bituminous coal first of rtiis Miners supply substitutes for nil euginHrs wfio ref use Two hundred a S Miss Stella the pretty daughter of AndrewCan was unirried to Putterson of ThV grodiu represented Da views county in lgis lature of a Tuesday evening Joseph Ay IFeding was married at VinOennuft Misa Jessie The blyle gftuluated at Rose of and is a most lovable groQiu holds position ut chair s has gone to Jincin nati to participate in the coftimence meut exercises of the Minimi imedicul college froia which he He return in about a wwk anil locate y o o a Rowan will delivejr a lec ture on his travels in Rome auulrolaiid Sunday night Miiy A sacred concert will jalso b4 An admission fee will be charged the proceeds to be used for bcneiit if Simons new parochial Rowans ability as n speaker aild wibe knowledge will make the lecture pf special I O S 9 I William of Madison tojvushik who recently purchased thjs large boanlihg house building on ijWiilnut occupied by John Artiinr mid moved to vViisliiugtiju Sat urday nud took possession i of his property Artljui will remove to East Center a a J The third annual commencement of the Washington townsljip schools takfcs place June There Will be ifineterin to graduate this l The are preparing essays for the a a i i Clark has been master at vice B Myers Elizabeth of Viljcennes is aafferiug from the supposed of an insect on the tongue The tojigue is swollen far beyond the confines mouth which it has closed Flora coiii mitted suicide at Evaiisville MondaJ by taking was aresidentjofthiif city for several years and has many acijuaintances r New Albany a s a1 Kendall and Aiiilerson graduated from Indiana dental eollege Tutjsdiiy Both will open softices in this I I The cbujmencement axercises thci Elnora schools will takq place day the Christian chijirch in that ol this willdeliver the address There will be bei treated by a He niifi fering from throat 0 O jfj j i President VanHorn jof the tlnltei Mine Workers has oidered Llntoni striking inineiH at Ishind City liuinei J and U to return to work and arbitrate the question i i James Dixon and Mrs Mar garet of Barr purchased the Clark hotel in i If the enumeration of school cliildren really furnishes a reliable basisl upon which to figure the population Ijjlnom is now the next largest town in Davies4 having 38 cliildfen ofi school age than her One of objects to wearing a shirt as he expresses wear one without a Terre Haute has secured the stamping burnfed but at last bonus is nearlys Tlse mail carriers waist I ccfaldnt plant was formerly loca ed in i employ at TOO meii and enameled lii will spend severaj hun dred tlitiixund dollars in linihlingk a 3 B j i i Piilufiieii ni the old jforce Vin cenuii iirusi to surrender their jstars Mill lejMjrt for duty iThiy Refuse to mobilize the new nWtrop61itan police ltw 1 j a o i A The Ijidiiiuapolis schooj board and uoird of health IIUVB decided to ignurfthe Loutitj iimiiidment to the education law aixi have ordered that after 7 no child tijt vuccijiated to The lUjititt amend meict out caisis for chililreii mjiy be exrltidi 1 fr anil not vnccinateii is not ojie of them ft is said those jvljo voted for tin ijid so a prclieniion The state lijajth boarfl has deudnltu ignore j o a i I i jof trade haa n oently aduud largely tb its meOiber slup now uumbnrt iThe lULUiueisare from nil wiillu of lifoand tirgiinizfd to bonni j Tnev working to increase j the uituibeiuhip to iUO utid cinise a general in local 5 o e e LOCAL MACHINIStS And Officials rfeet to Discuss sirKHljjs ure noli friive t The Mnvor Downey bus inv ested iu aiiew latest style 13 Anilivw Downey aiiJ Mary Bar ton weio united in marriage Wediies da by fjijuire j a o a i i Wipuai B iwling i jlen both of Stitle were marriage today Squire W Ttiey will iipend their in Jackson j 15 tS j Hirrtm the innjnte of thcf county jumbed window and broke his leg some weeks fell Wcdnesda brokejf reset H y pveniug fend county I luirles Klappei Pliie fpll Wednesday severely vfitting her i 6f Graham As the cable arrives undj is snspiwletl over the rivijr the Apraw ferry wjll be ready for I County Superintendent Wai luce ami Can treil attended the Eliiora cotumenceu Thursdjiy Tho eni exercises graduates are May Clurk Jind Roy Edward Cli Pejrshitg and 9 ft All overheated drying t drying hitise of the 1 tillery at Terre Haute c ylinder in the erehants dis the loss of tho jbiiildiiig and vahied at a e liters are in of work this a wtiek Pa pet hangers and pa joying rush Nearly all of th or morei behind 5 e e e Wabfoii Carnegie library iboard will build stnicture and remai 600 Felix Cadou entei home ori East Van Trees day The affil Men Ask an Increase rVotrt 24 Cents to aB Cents jn Hour Neither Side Mill il I i Thursdays time ago the local Sit i national Association oi iu a request to the fe O ofliuYuLik ing a raise in The IimohfSiists iu the shops now are getting JI an hour on an averagi the j il aiiinerease to 2S eentb pti liolfr itnl to be added to hi of helpers and those not iS tl 24 cent Theincreite wonlj about 200 men in both shops mil riiucl By appointment a local association consisting 4 Ja Charles Donihoe Wet Iftel Charles Day aijd Jamts flttnn met General Master f tt Neuffer and Division Master John Hair at the latter s officA The matter at ihmfi jjs gone over but io agreement and so the matter stands Both were the uieetm j ftrjd gave little out for publication The committee will report to Fridiiys 1 The machinists of the B 0 rutl way held a meeting and heard the report of the cum n hich conferred with General Mechanic Nguffer and Division Mechanic Hair Thursda regard to an increase of agta i The so we arc told miss thing but satisfactory to the prfttfVu and it was decided to send the tee to Q to cpulcy with the machinists m Jiie shops f By a united Effort the Sijl there helpers are of the they will win out in their effort tr jgo cure The which is composed of the left on the tarlv luolipng flyer this Ja Corning Wes Melton Charljs and James Vji 1 lo noli frive tNicl Sams j ijien nsu h t JIcjhiisf six II lllhs his I of VlK f Upon leaving qrim wijli all probability KV inf hi liscliiiirWd iiji trill have some and iiiteriojrJtir i wjliiljat liscliiiirWd be greaSt he Thet like Jith proiiiopwr TI i PUU OlHMJf lljllv gndnnieijt sihool houses alt owlr t are grtat old of d teircfieir jjin i he ami tlif ply is He is of mou next five years many men ni fortune on thjjf i I A to have jthij roadjbn a is of Greek style tained at her street Thurs ir verv Bob will iu a iewidays uioVe his family to A i who for a Dumber Df years hflj been manager of the Hyatt hotel cigar will ne xt week go dn the roadman traveling salesinan for the Cigar sou ftf Eugene VKuuffman will subceed La wreyat the cigar i L H i Charlie of wllo was recently appointed consul to Zanzi will Jenve tomorrow I for New York Gijiy and on next Wednesday Cunard Atlantic He will visit many of the principaj cities of beijore reae4 ing He will nojf take his shot gnn with i i a a a j tlie will preacha special sermon Sunday at to ybung meii the Episcopal are cordially invited l i i I e a i of Pla nvilie has had pentiipn increascd to jjer montnl S 0 The Biiej club met Thursday night at the home of Era Ma ChurchpH oi Indiana were jdisciissedl A vote WHS taken to lear i thie favored new lib ary building The Hefrpni conierof and foist Siitth received the The shovel beiig o leratecVeviry night until 9 bclock itj rj ilcr tri supply tlie great demand foi tihe procliict of this MJ whb is vioe1 Tlresidiflt irf the ca ie in city Hjruui B trij to Htj iii the of Secretary Huh i The FijtUj street nourii lias just jieen completely iti e Sin Haffey was a day night if or intoxica Kendall hn4d her and Old Miin w ber of yeors resided on West of has sold his retitfn to whe 1 i Hillorj Gooteie fill against Kicholas Hartig by signs and g tempted5 to provoke An m Crootee to commit mi assault and b tig will be tried before i jThe in the school townshipas s 4lj not 1W childrenin Washington last year a3 was first g which i rested Squirel ostj o for a nuin farte sonthl property and ce j art affidavit barging that stnres he at Har HYMENEAN BELLS Ring In the Nuptials of Two Known Young The Loogootee Tribune contains following account of tho Cunningham wedding Sanford of and Miss Estella Cunmnjihiin Barr were mai necj at f h Marys Catholic church mifes northwest qf this place on TuesdW John McCibe offlcf A large number of relat friends were in attendance to the impressive ceremon and happy young couple Godspeed on lifes Both and Mm Patterson Of a Compinjj lrivestigatingProposed lEJSCtricj j X ofi the company J thgtprupusijisjjto cotisiKuct an railw iv here Loogootee is in tht city looking over the S field to I He proppsett road will bei 5 fifteen iticlnding power house dghi biilluisted track and i steel cbst an average ir i total of To meet the jopejrating eipenses of 5ht riiad anjj averse iof TOO bif It is cotupany will ask the I coiiimissionoWjto haye ajtas of from 1 i to g per iil Wjasfungton and J the construe i of the I The ils would j the voting of j j HOUSE Defective FliJejjCauses Destruction of ChasJSIiitcrs I ii j f i J thej residence Clusrks ijSouth of Loogoo is totiilftdestroyed house j Datvhiug on flre front a uefective dwelling funiiture we RE H Etnra Cjompliments Washing News jjays i few meii iiavepts interests at S 1 Bixyt and arcj jjlive f to anything that w lit build In the past i have landeda I t Loogooi i tot t and electric i ft Now they arij gpcglfifteijsome of Thell get Wu too If our tbviln hnla some of the get upandget Jliftt Washington jieople i h it i MORTilARVJ i Zalphji ji I nged 8 died at the home of fijrankj in Tuincrs jj of cslironid bron lo HtVK fllQ dfeCPfmPll j the Thp grooinjSifij efficient aud te icher in Loogootee public schools an sentative and a mnn of sterling and unapproachable character bride is daughter of Andrew 3 a prominent farmer off has likewise the vocation of school teaching i i a pleasant and accomphs1 eel 4iu md will make a true and gemil wlf They will make their futuit homrt of Olihidale of of Gibijon Henry SteenT of thi iTiiomiis PHILIPPINE A Bogard Township Solder Boy WniiH Home j John of Bogard towiisljiF who is a member of Co B 22d infantrv stationed at San Isidro writes home a verv interesting letter in which he says he is enjijuijS splendid health and weighs 151 He says one of the causes of so deaths among the soldiersin the pines is because they take no care of i he is not near see dmcult a task as it was a jear aif cpinetery i Veales ereek HEW ii H ii TS JBerbert Dis on ei attorney for S Williams for fjrozalKnoxj i Dester Garflnjer daimJiges Culjop Shaw for DeWolf for dtferjdahf Sarah et al vs John WsdtUe Gallop Ss plain for Venaed f Sarjih Hejnclrixjivs die et al Ciillop feShaw fox Sferijied from Josie ind Miss jNJtlll Hunt 111 arrived liara iJtst nig it and ars of BonlderJ of the guests of I il I 3 Have You Better buy one this week patterns are the first sold bis Suit piatti of things iu suits for mSt i f I iirll shown in other clothing ii not possible to dt3cSilx thostyles T and They too il butjon I thing to pit 5it a iirice a cihlrj lars less th in tha siiuie cost flsewhfrcjl Your requires fiie ifaijie care m BelScitingstj Ips and iud maybe a little give Your Money Buck them Sodgher Nahousje showl If a more line foi jjttie ii   

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