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13 Dec 1899

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13 Dec 1899

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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - December 13, 1899, Indianapolis, Indiana A i xes Day december 13, 1899. The press 8 mrs. Roberts iii. Galls Polof Lilliy al Burden Rev. S. E. Wishard of Utah has talked with the Cree for Sake of future interview with minister who was watching the Case at Washington. The Nev. S. B. Wishard of Utah stopped Over Indianapolis on Liis Way Home to the far West from Washington where he had gone As he dryly expressed it for the purpose a helping congressman elect Roberts return to his extensive family Circle. Or. , who is a younger brother of or w. H. Wishard of this City is superintendent of Home missions for the Synod of Utah his Home being in Ogden and his Headquarters at Salt Lake City. The territory under his jurisdiction includes ail of the state of Utah All of Idaho and part of Vav coming. Quot everybody in Utah is Well aware of the fact that Roberts has three wives and up to the time he went to Washington has been living with All three of them Quot said the Rev. S. E. Wishard. Quot i know the third mrs. Roberts personally and have had several conversations with her. She told me herself that polygamy was a Burden to the mormon women but that they accepted it for the Sake of the future. She meant by this that her Creed taught her that in submitting to poly ii my she would attain glory in after life. We must crucify the flesh. Quot i asked her if the fact that her husband had other wives did not cause her a revulsion of feeling. Quot yes she said but that is the work of the flesh in and you know we must crucify the fish Quot that is the whole thing in a nutshell. The mormon women Are made to believe their Hope of salvation lies in their acceptance of the Laws of their Church and a manufacturer of Grilles and fret work. Carpets curtains draperies Wall paper Fres coing window shades linoleum rugs. Albert Gall lii Redwood floors and refinished. 17 and 19 w. Was Bragton Street cold Winter the. Weather have predicted a re old Winter promising a temperature a i. To below Zero for the last week Ina t her and the first week of january. To make the Prospect More cheerful Many let r forecasters Are telling us that the bup. I Pasi rapidly , and will r. Rally be a total failure in the event of a tiv tiv Low temperature. The Wise will for the emergency which is sure to. By Olerine in Advance of the cold a f to a Supply of dark Oak Beech and a Wood also hard and soft Coal from r a Vil Klinson lumber company. Old and a a a Leppones 720. When the Mercury or the Bottom of the bulb everybody Uel at once but Many shiver before a it. J us wac Goa Welcome the press and wish it every Success. We also Welcome All Holiday shoppers to our store to inspect our assortment of Fine diamonds watches and Fine jewelry Indiana s leading jewellers e a talk with Roberts third wife. Quot everybody in Utah is vell aware of the fact that it Oberts has three ves and up to the time lie went to Washington has been living with All three of them Quot said Rev. S. E. Wishard. Quot i know the third mrs. Linberts personally and have had several conversations with her. She told me herself that polygamy was a Burden to the mormon women but that they accepted it for the Sake of the future. She meant by this her Creed taught her that in submitting to pol3 game she would attain glory in the after store open evening. Thoy poly Amy on the same principle that Christian women deny themselves Lux Niesz in order to do Good. They Are taught to trample out the holiest instincts of True womanhood so they May be on an Ecial footing with their Saint like husbands in tie future world. Quot yes i am one of the army now engaged in unseating Roberts. I have lived among the mormons for Many , and i realize what a tremendous mistake it would be if one of their leaders under the existing state of affairs in their Church were allowed to sit in Washington among the lawmakers of the country. Of course there will doubtless come a time when mormon congressmen will represent i Tah at the Capitol but not until polygamy has been entirely abolished. The latter Day taints As they Call them Ehos have As much right to their belief As the people of any other denomination this is a free land and nobody Emit oct them to change their religion unless they do so of to Weir own free will but polygamy is unlawful and what right has a lawbreaker to assist in making Laws Roberts Persona character. Quot so far As Roberts is concerned he is a Bright Man an excellent speaker a prolific writer and to All appearances a gentleman. I know him Well and have upon More than one occasion Jeen pitted against him in a discussion of religion and creeds. In spite of his intelligence however i have Neer had the least trouble in Downing him for How can any Man iic5 matter How Good a debater carry off the honors in an argument Wien he has no ground to stand on Roberts said in a speech in Washington tie other Day that polygamy does not exist among the mormons now this statement is not Only false but ridiculously false and i understand How a Man with his brains can be guilty of a statement that is an out and out lie on the face of it. Quot i have looked up Roberts past life so As to be thoroughly informed in the present controversy. He was born in March 1862. The Cullum Bill was affirmed by the United states supreme court in january 1879, when Roberts was Only Twenty two years old and before he had entered into polygamy. When he began living in polygamy he was fully informed that he was breaking the Law. He was arrested for the crime in december iss a forfeited Bond and went to England for three yet Quot As a mii sinary from the mormon a a Rich. He ret irined to Utah in Lay is amp of pleaded guilty to the old charge and was sentenced to a line of $200 and imprisoned for four months. He served his time in prison and pleading poverty got rid of the Fine. In li05 he took the oath to obey the United states Laws prohibiting polygamy and shortly after was living with his second wife and has since taken a third. So Roberts is a perjured As Well As a polygamist. How Church rules Utah. Quot a few years ago he became a candidate for Congress at a time when the mormon Church wanted the state to go Republican for special reasons of its own. Roberts was ruled out and at first he was going to make a fight of it but afterwards explained that some of his dead relatives had appeared before him and persuaded him not to go against the wishes of the Church. He dropped out of politics and we non mormon residents of the state suspected there was something behind it at the time. The fact was Roberts was promised a candidacy for Congress at the proper time when the Church wanted the state to go democratic and that accounts for his recent election the mormons have a Little Way of being visited by their dead relatives who come to give them advice when they Are in need of it and these visitations Are often very convenient. As to the mormon Church it is a political machine. You can t attack the politics of the latter Day saints a lii out attacking their Church for the two Are one and the same. Quot in 1s80 the mormon Leader Bishop Lunt made a statement that makes Plain the aim of the mormons of Utah. He said the vote was solid and would remain so that it would be thrown where the most Good could be accomplished for the Church and that in some political crisis the two present political parties would be for mormon support and the latter Day saints would then compel the homage of the demagogues of the country and would dictate As they pleased. That word demagogues is Good. In t it Quot added or. Wishard As an afterthought. Heavy Christi Las mail Rush for foreign Money orders begins unusually Early extra windows. The influence of Santa Glaus is Felt already at the local Post office where the foreign Money order business is experiencing a Rush Seldom noticed this Early in the Christmas season. A Little later letters addressed to Santa Claus will begin to pour in. These Are from the children who belie e firmly in the existence of the mythical Patron Saint and that by addressing him in care of Uncle Sam they will obtain whatever they desire. These letters whether stamped or not Are always sent to the dead letter office. Postmaster Hess says he has made ample arrangements to accommodate the Public during the Christmas Rush. Two More stamp windows will be opened making three in All and he has secured thirty five Days additional mail carriers service. This he says will enable him to distribute Christmas mail promptly. Stamps to meet All demands will be kept on Sale at fourteen sub stations and at full stations a and Sloan a been Matlum Core t8 it 8i>eclfic for rheumatism. 50c. Meridian Street frontage is to be eighty feet. High prices hold it Back will More than double the capacity of the Flat and follow it in plan and architecture. Gen. Lew Wallace on his return from new y Ork said that As soon As the Price of building materials fall he intends to construct an addition to the Blachere apartment House that will have a frontage of Eiguy feet on Meridian Street tiie same depth As the present Burkli 3g and the same number of stories. The Blachere nov Lias a Frontas e of sixty feet and is seven stories High. The and coition he intends to erect will increase the capacity one and one third times. General Wallace owns the ground on which lie to build the addition. In architectural design he says it will be entirely in keeping with the present building. Quot How soon do you expect to begin construction Quot to was asked. Quot just As soon As building materials fall to a i Rice that will justify it Quot he said. Quot i cannot toll when that will be. 1 Hope 1 Niay be abbe to begin Bel Ore lung but no one an foi Evell in these Days when the trusts arc holding up i ices tiow far Distant the Day is Wien a exile can afford to resume building operations. Tii rough out Lac entire to usury buildings Are being held Back until prices become i . This condition a Jilin a to private residences As Widl As to pretentious Buie icings the ii an under Quot what remedy is Liere for the trusts Quot was asked. Quot i think there is sufficient remedy further legislation if tiie people will aprily it. opinion is that the trusts May be read Ineil Pniler the Sherman act which the United states Sui ireme court in a decision in the ease of a pipe line company recently uti held. Nov Quot that the court has Given such a decision it seems to me that it is Only a question of How Long the peo Jile choose to endure the hardship letters received in this City Tell of the distress and suffering of Lack of Honor displayed portuguese at Delagoa Bay embrace their Chance and charge ten dollars for a bed. Deaths in Indiana and Michigan rate in this state higher than in Michigan on an estimated population basis. The health authorities of Michigan have cot spared the reports of it Michigan and Indiana for october on the basis of an estimated population for Michigan of,3g2,-175, and for Lodi Ina of 2,til5,i is. The annual death rate in i Michigan is 12.1 and in Indiana Michigan had 121 still births and Indiana 112. The comparison of deaths in tie important Ages shows under one year old Michigan sol or 16.5 per cent. Indiana isu or 16.6 per cent. From one to four years old Michigan Loo deaths or 7.2 per cent. Indiana 291 deaths or 10.1 per cent. Sixty five years old and Over Michigan 656 deaths or 2s.4 per cent. Indiana our deaths or li>.4�per cent. The comparison of deaths and annual death rates for cach Ltd Uoo population from the More important causes shows pulmonary consumption Ali Clingan 113 drains or t i per cent. Inti Ana 172 cat lis or 76.7 per cent. Other forms of tuberculosis. Ii Higan 5 deaths or 17.5 per cent. Indiana 211 Fleatis. Or per cent. Lymph Oil Fet r. 2>liehikan, 116, or 5s per cent. Indiana. Of or 140.1 tier cent. Iii Thoria Mill ii an la or 2u or cent. Indiana or 41.7 per cent. Croup a Lichi Gan 21, or 10.5 her cent. Indiana 14, or 6.2 per cent. Scarlet fever Michigan 2or 10 iter cent Indi Ilna 14, or 6.2 per cent. Measles. A Michigan 10, or 5 per cent. Viridiana 1, or .4 per cent. Whooping cough Michigan 10, or 5 per cent. Indiana 5. Or 2.2 Jer cent. Pneumonia a Michigan. For 69.5 per cent. Indiana i. Or 41.5 per cent. Diarrhoeal diseases under five years Michigan 151, or 75.5 per cent. Indiana v.i�, or 60.2 per cent. Cerebra so final meningitis Michigan 26, or 13 per cent. Indiana 54, or 24.1 por cent. Influenza Michigan a or 4.5 per cent. Indiana 10. Or 4.5 per cent. Puerperal septicaemia Michigan 17, or s.5 per cent. Indiana. 8, or 3.6 per cent. Cancer Michigan 97, or 48.5 per cent. Indiana s7, or 3s.,s per cent. Violence Michigan. A is or 67.5 per cent. Indiana 135, or 60.2 per cent. Called Quot Salvage Quot bargains Indianapolis women puzzled at the methods of an Eastern peddle of Fine Linen. Letters recently received in this City from americans that have been living in Johannesburg South african Republic describe the condition of affairs there immediately preceding the outbreak of the War with great Britain. The writer of the letters had left Johannesburg and was in Durban Natal. Under Date of october 6 a letter says Quot the mall goes from Here tomorrow by Steamer As there is no More Railroad connection with the Transvaal and mail will be carried to East London and from there Overland to Cape town. Will came Down on the last regular train that came through from Johannesburg and reached Here sunday morning. Nine Quot were in the compartment with him and of course there was no sleep or Comfort for any of them. The Boers pointed their rifles at them at stations and one fired Over their Carriage. At one of the stations a Young dutchman jumped up and slapped a passenger in the face. Since then passengers have been treated to All sorts of insults. I trains have come through but Hae i been much delayed As the government i commandeered the Railroad for the moving of troops to the Border and those trains which have come through have been crowded with people Riding in trucks and Coal cars. On the train that in yesterday six children were two guineas for a bed. Under Date of october 13 the same writer says Quot the Boers have at last be tui it a id president Kruger proclaims that god will direct every Bullet so i suppose they think it impossible for them to be Defeated. He does not say anything about the bullets which May kill the Boers and How they Are directed but i presume he thinks they come straight from the Devil. The trip will had coming Down Here was nothing As compared with what others endured afterwards. Durban is full of Johannesburg people and they Tell me that people Are really walking the streets looking for rooms. Those who came Down last week lost their baggage Many of them and Are awful. Thousands of people went to Delagoa Bay to take the Steamer Down Here but Only the smaller steamers go up there and it hot Manl of them and those who have halt i to wait have had dreadful times. Last week 3,000 people were waiting to come and they were charging �2 for a bed at the hotels and �1 for sleeping on the Side walk. A Young Man who came Down last week on a said the boat was authorized to carry 450 passengers but she brought 1,050 refugees from the Transvaal. He had to pay 25 shillings for breakfast at Lorenco Marques. The portuguese Are talking every advantage of the distress and Many must have gone hungry. Non Stolte colleges in 60nferenge meeting to be held at Den son hotel next tuesday to devise plans for future action. Two weeks ago a number of women in Indianapolis received circulars from an Eastern Man announcing his approaching visit with a valuable Stock of linens which were Salvage from the City of Paris. With the circular was a card on which were fastened samples of Fine handkerchiefs and towels. Scarcely was the circular delivered when the Doorbell rang and the Man was announced. He was quite affable in his manner. Quickly Vin packing his bundle he brought Forth the Linen. The values were remarkably Low and forthwith every woman was on the Alert for a bargain. Acid such bargains As they were there were Fine Linen handkerchiefs at $1 a dozen Long Huck Abuck towels at $1 j a dozen and cup towels for half that amount. As the women had been getting handkerchiefs not half As Good in Quality and paying 25 cents each for them the temptation to indulge in a Large order was great. When the husbands heard of the prices and the wives were Quick to Telephone the order was swelled by several dollars Worth. The women were elated and looked Forward to the time when the orders would be filled and Thev could indulge in As Many clean towels and handkerchiefs As they pleased. As soon As the order for towels and was taken the Man in his most suave manner said Quot now i have some very Fine patterns of dress materials Here that i would like to show if the women demurred he of marked 1 am sure it will be w Orth your while to see what i Vith this to drought Forth three or four dress patterns of Beautiful and Rich materials. The first Patti in was of offered for $20. Quot Quot Here inc customer was indifferent the pattern was offered for $15. Later two patterns were offered for $15. The Man seemed to get rid of his goods at any Price. When the Price began to get too Low for honesty the women hesitated. The orders for the handkerchiefs and have not been filled. A fortnight has passed. Some of the women have come to the conclusion the linens Are Only a Quot Blind Quot for the Man to get rid of stolen or smuggled dress materials. The Man in each instance asked to have his circular returned to him. Women who work. Four million women Jef the United states work. There Are in this number teachers professors lawyers clergymen journalists chemists assayers detectives postmen guides and veterinary surgeons. Men of this City interested on the Side of the Quot non state colleges Quot in their controversy against the Quot state colleges Quot have called a meeting for next tuesday at 10 a. M., at the Denison House. A circular issued says Quot it is the opinion of Many friends of collegiate and professional education that there should be an Early conference of those who do not approve the present policy of the state to Foster one College and one Law school and one Normal school at the expense of the state to the exclusion of schools for the other Learned professions and in neither the College nor the professional schools thus favored to provide for one fifth of those seeking an education in such schools. The questions to be discussed at such a conference will be shall we seek to change this policy and if so what shall be our line of proceeding Quot the circular is signed by or. P. H. Jameson g. V. Woolen w. S. Hubbard Joseph r. Evans John b. Connor r. N. Lamb and w. P. Fishback. Quot this movement is supplementary to the struggle in the last legislature Quot said or. Jameson this morning. Quot those that believe the non state colleges should not be discriminated against Are behind the report of factory inspector m Abee thirty three fatal accidents in last ten months ten of which were caused by boiler explosions. The forthcoming report of factory inspector Mcabee will cover Only the work done by the department for the last six months As the operation of the department has been under the new Law for that period. The Accident reports Are for the last ten months. The report will show 1,059 inspections to have been mate and thirty nine counties visited. Male employees number 61,202 and female 11,449, or a total of 72,651. Of the males 1,694 a Ere under sixteen years of age and g61 females were under eighteen years old. Last year the total number of employees in All counties was 93,103. During the last ten months 327 acc Den a have been reported of which thirty three were fatal. Of the thirty three fatal accidents ten were caused by boiler explosions. Arms were lost in four of the other cases and seventy two fingers were taken off. The department of factory inspection is receiving Many inquiries from proprietors of the career stores Here As to whether they can employ children that have passed the fourteenth birthday. The Law makes the compulsory school age Quot Between the ases of six and fourteen inclusive and it has been held to mean until the fifteenth birthday is reached. Natural Gas used in England. Natural Gas found at Heathfield Sussex is being used to Light the Railroad station there. This is said to be the first practical use to which natural Gas has been put in Europe. 5ig Hlll for conventions Hugh m Gowan will head a subscription list. Hall should seat 15,000 without such a Hall this City not in position to ask for any Large National gathering. Hugh Mcgowan general manager of the Indianapolis Street railway company proposes that the Public spirited citizens of Indianapolis join in a movement for the construction of a big convention Hall. He Jiro Mises to head the subscription list with a handsome donation and pledges his support to the movement in every Way . Or. Mcgowan recently returned from Chicago where he spent a week. He was informed of the movement that has i been Quot started to secure the Republican National convention for this City. Quot it is far from my purpose Quot said he Quot to throw cold water on any scheme that will Benefit the City but speaking . I hardly know what we it uld do with the convention if we had u. What Indianapolis greatly needs is a convention Hall. Tomlinson Hall is dark and Dingy Aud has t the capacity to accommodate a very Large gathering. I have talked to one or two men about a new convention Hall and it seems to me this City should have one. I will Gie a Good big us Serif upon and i think it is a project Avo thy to interest others. We should have a Hall Here that will Seal 15,0011 people. The building should be with a roof Garden. Kansas City has a Hall of this kind and 25. Or people can assemble ii it and on the roof Garden and enjoy a is each or a musical i program. It seems to me that we would do Well to pattern after Kansas cite in this respect. We would then be in a Quot position to entertain any National or. Mcgowan while a resident of Kansas City did More perhaps than any other Man to secure the convention Hall for that City. State relics disappear. No Trace of a historical plow formerly in Indiana museum and afterwards loaned. One of the most valuable relics in the state museum an old wooden plow used in the making of one of the first roads in the state has been lost and probably other relics not yet missed Are beyond the care of the state. The state has never catalogued its museum and no record of the articles deposited there exists. The collection in the old agricultural museum was a valuable one and when the room a was vacated for the Indiana commission to the world s fair everything in that room was packed and stored in the basement. Some time ago custodian Vest had the relics taken to the museum on the third floor of the Capitol where they were placed on exhibition. How Many articles have been lost is not known and there Are no Means of knowing. The discovery that the old plow was was made by one of the descendants of Horatio by Field by whom it was made and used before 1819. It was presented to the state and for Many years occupied a prominent place in the museum. The search for this plow has brought out the fact that no record is kept of the relics in the museum. Not All of them Are the property of the state As Many of the most valuable relics merely were Lent. Many of the articles have been Lent by the state to private firms for exhibition purposes and no record of such Loans has been kept. The Secretary of the state Board of agriculture immediately preceding the world s fair was Leon t. Bagley. He says the plow was taken to the basement wit i other relics and was still in the basement when he event out of office. The recollection of sex Secretary Alexander Heron who recently made an Effort to find the plow. Is that it was loaned to some firm in this City to be included in its exhibit at the world s fair. The Only thing definitely known of the plow is that it is gone and there is not so much As a scratch of the pen to show where it has gone or who is responsible for the loss. At present there is another old plow m the museum that is the property of Alev Ander Heron who has Lent it to the state. This plow was made by Adam Pigman and a Vas used by him in farm work in lbl4 in Union county. The Iron on the Bottom of this plow was carried by pig Man on his Sli Oulder from Cincinnati and the bar was hammered Fiat by Pigman and his wife. After the implement used by him for Many years it was sold for exhibition at the Fayette county fair. Many crude hand made agricultural implements of Early Days were once in the agricultural museum probably the next legislature will be urged to provide for the proper classification and care of articles in the museum. Young not a candidate. As far As he is concerned Koehne will have no opposition for treasurer. Of his reported candidacy for county treasurer a. A. Young collector of customs said today Quot i am in no sense a candidate for the office. So far As i know there Are no candidates against Armin f. Koehne. It has been suggested to me that i run but i have not considered it for one there is a movement afoot among republicans to secure Harmony by electing As chairman of the county committee some who has taken no part in the recent factional fights. These advocates of Harmony Are opposed both to Charles a. Bookwalter and William h. Schmidt tor county chairman. They say that if these men run the factions will be farther apart than Ever. A close Friend of representative Over Street says the congressman is not opposed to Joseph Keating for District chairman although Keating is listed Leader of the Antis which have eon fighting some of or. Overstreet s Best Feedman and Steed. Feed your nerves also on pure blood if you it zoo uld them Strong. Men and Lumen Tho Are nervous so because their nerves Are stared. When they make their blood Rich and pure it a Ith Hood s sars Parola their nervousness disappears because the nerves Are properly fed. Never Disi Ipi o Nasr p. Wasson amp Christmas store a world of novel gifts the Busy store is in gala attire and is a veritable Paradise for gift buyers full of Holiday suggestions that will solve the problem of what you want to buy for Christmas but Here we Tell you of Beautiful and inexpensive presents of a More useful and practical in jewelry Sterling Silver and leather goods four exclusive Pat is in Sterling Silver toilet articles including Natl file cuticle knife blotter Darner paper Cutter Seal i auth Brush tweezers baby Brush baby conic Etc. Each pattern tells of a special value and for tomorrow w we offer them at 93c, 75c, 50c and latest novelties in Chain purses at 98c, 75c and. Sterling Saer look a fit .48 j5 925-i0 a a file. Match safes regular si.50 Quality. Fancy silk garters in Glass top boxes in All pretty shades such As Light Blue Pink yellow Heliotrope Black Etc. Large assortment to select from at i .00, 75c, 50c and. .98 .25 solid Gold rings with Beautiful settings of genuine pearls goals rubies amethysts emeralds corals and Turquoise at $7.50, $5.00 $4.50, $3.00 and$2.50 solid Gold band rings for children with pretty Stone settings special values at. .75 Beautiful assortment of brooches copied from the very High priced imported novelties at $3.50, $2.98, $2.50 and 51,75 our assortment of pocketbooks is compete including Long books Short books a Ide books and narrow books. We include All the new leathers such As homed Back Alligator sea lion Monkey skin and real Seal these books Are Plain and mounted and our assortment of mountings includes _ every new and Rich design prices ranging from 50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, up to$7.50 celluloid Combs Brush and Mirror sets As per Cut in Amber Shell and Ivory finish per set.$4.98 Choice of fifty toilet sets like Cut in a new shapes at $2.50, $u98 and.$f,25 Sterling Silver Chain Bracelet with Plain or chased links Spe .89 imitation Ebony military hair brushes a suitable present for a gentleman special value per pair $1.25 from now until Christmas a whirlwind Selling of toys dolls books games and candies in the new Christmas basement. The late ideas in Heads a special value in umbrellas ladies twill silk umbrellas Metal Rod Fine assortment of handles.$1.00 ladies close rolling taffeta silk umbrellas Case and Tassel with Dresden rubber and Princess handles special.$1.50 ladies Fine tight rolling silk umbrellas Case and Tassel to match with Pearl rest Fen Silver and Gold trimmed handles$2.50 men s tight rolling silk umbrellas Case and Tassel Fine natural Wood handles and Silver trimmed Horn handles special.$2.50the great Glove Section offers some stunning values for this Holiday Selling. Here Are a few of the Best opera and party kid gloves in 16, 20 and 24-Button lengths Black or Wiite Glace or suede. Novelty kid Glove fancy embroidered wrist Pearl clasps beaded backs aad fancy silk stitching. Finest imported real kid gloves in All party and Street shades$2.00 Maggioni the finest kid gloves made in clasps Hooks and buttons in every Shade of party and Street colors$1.50 ladies and men a girls and boys scotch knit gloves at 50c and. .25 men s and boy ladies and girls kid lined mittens and gloves at $1.50, $j.75 and. ,50r p. Wasson amp co. Open evenings until Christmas. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i

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