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\>r.\ • A / , \c&rC. I • I V*.' • J« £* J 'V ‘ a l d w i n it veloursi land con- ther with 8 ways, the cover. Ject from. 3tt • • • - *r%. ,*'^8$: T H E g R E E N W l C H J Q T J B N A L , W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 1 9 , 1 9 2 4 S E V E N MICHMIL W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 19, 1924 LOCALS AND PERSONALS — L y n n B a r b e r is ill a t bis h o m e - o n M a i n street. E. H o a g is speiulimg a f e w days with Telatives in A.lb a-ny.. — E r n e s t T h o m a s of K i n g s t o n spent M o n d a y w i t h his br-other, G e o r g e T h o m a s . — J o h n Fielding h a s p u r c h a s e d a n e w S t u d e b a k e r Special s e d a n f r o m D. C a r n o h a n . — M r s . Silas T h o m a s o-f Patterson, N. J., s p e n t the w e e k e n d -with h e r sis­ ter, M r s . D a v i d Little. — M i s s E s t h e r F i n n -of A l b a n y w a s act o v e r S u n d a y gue s t of h o * parents, M r . a n d M r s . T h o m a s Fiiwi, — M r . a n d Mrs. Edgar- B a k e r a n d M r . a n d Mrs. Earl B a k e r o f H o c k City Falls w e r e in t o w n last evening. — J. \West of C e n t e r Tails h a s re­ cently p u r c h a s e d a n e w S t u d e b a k e r s t a n d a r d s e d a n f r o m I>. C a r n o h a n . — M r s . * Otis W i l s o n of W a l d e n , f o r m e r l y of Salem, is the gu-est o f h e r sister, Mrs. E. W . Bene-iiet, at her h o m e o n C o t t a g e street. — M r . a n d M r s . G l e n ’W o o d b u r y spent the w e e k e n d in E a s t o n with M r . a n d M r s . E d d y Li&deJl. — T h e M o h i c a n s , B o y S c o u t troop N o . 1, will m e e t in C o o p e r ’s c a v e M o n ­ d a y evening, N o v e m b e r 24, at 7:30. N e w m e m b e r s are to be received at this meeting. T h e second of the se­ ries of debates will take place. T h e question this t i m e is: Eesolved, that the n e w automobile l a w requiring all applicants for driver’s license be eighteen years of a g e etc., is a g o o d thing for the public. T h e affirmative discussion will be led b y H a r o l d R u d ­ dock. T h o negative will be letj b y W i l l i a m M o r e h o u s e . L a s t M o n d a y evening the question of daylight s a v ­ ing time w a s discussed. MIDDLE FALLS — Mrs. Carrol H a l l h a s b e e n quite ill for a f e w days. — Mrs. J o h n L e w i s is confined to the h o u s e w i t h illness. — L e o n a r d J a m e s of A l b a n y w a s in t o w n S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y . — Mr. a n d Mrs. J o h n Sullivan spent S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y at Schenectady. — Mrs. L e o n a r d J a m e s a n d d a u g h ­ ter M a r i o n w e r e A l b a n y guests last Saturday. — Er n e s t Pratt of Peterborough, N . H., is visiting his daughter, M i s s Mildred P r a t t — M i s s IJelen W o o d a r d of G r e e n ­ w i c h ha s b e e n s p e n d i n g a f e w days w i t h M i s s Violet B r o w n . — 'George Safford has resigned his position at the Consolidated Electric light station after several y e a r s ’ s e r v ­ ice. V — Mr . a n d M r s . H a r r y Gifford are recovering f r o m their illness u n d e r the care of Dr. A r m s t r o n g of G r e e n ­ wich. , — T h e c o m m u n i t y p r a y e r m e e t i n g u n d e r the direction of Rev. J B. A r m ­ st r o n g will be held F r i d a y e v e n i n g at S3over a n d 17:30 o'clock at the h o m e of Mrs. C. H Y M E N E A L C a m p b e l l - S c h e r m e r h o m T h e m a r r i a g e o f M i s s E v e l y n S c h e r m e r h o r n , d a u g h t e r of M r . a n d Mrs. Gilbert S c h e r m e r h o r n , 18 8 b a r ­ ren street, G l e n s Falls, to Lester Campbell, son of M r . a n d M r s . J o h n H . C a m p b e l l of this village, t o o k place last w e e k T u e s d a y e v e n i n g at eight o'clock in the G l e n s Falls P r e s b y ­ terian , church. T h e c e r e m o n y w a s p e r f o r m e d b y the Rev. J o h n L y o n C a u g h e y , assisted b y the Rev. W . H . B r a d l e y of L a k e George. P r o m p t l y at eight the bride entered Star Theatre Greenwich, N. Y. tne airo — M r . a n d -Mrs. L. E. d a u g h t e r Alta of Scotia s p e n t S u n d a y ' P a r k e r . All are cordially invited to with Mr. an d Mrs. Wall a.ce E. K a r - | a ttend. n a g h a n . — M i s s Elizabeth Lowlb-er of Bald , M o u n t a i n has arrived im NJew Y o r k ' .. Dr. Tillottson e x a m i n e d the p u city after a n e x t e n d e d trip t h r o u g h N o r t h e r n Europe. FORT EDWARD CENTER — G e o r g e Foster is in ttio M a r y M c ­ Clellan hospital at CarnbjiJjje. w h e r e it is expected it will !>e necessary to a m p u t a t e his foot. -Mrs. R ichard M a c k e n z ie and tw o doll's M o n d a y . . pils in distrct- No . 2 Th u r s d a y . — H e n r y Sullia is s p e n d i n g s o m e t i m e w i t h relatives at Chateaugay.- — M i s s H e l e n D e R i d d e r of H u d s o n Palis called o n Mrs. Elsie J o h n s o n Sunday. Mr. a n d M r s . M a u r i c e Kelly and s o n of T r o y called at D e W i t t Linin- sons o f G e n e s e o are s p e n d i n g a f e w d a y s w i t h Mrs. Mackenzie's >i-ter, Mrs. G r a n t J. Tefft. M r s . R o b e r t S d a u g h t e r s called at W i M o r e a u Saturday. M r - . W ill Henderson and daugh- Metcalf an d W a k f l e y ' > in - T h o regular m o n t h l y m e e t i n g «f ter- \f Wil tun visited at S. G. lien- •r P the A m e r ican le g io n wiLl be held at the K. of roonw T h u r s <1 ay,- ev«,ninir. N o v e m b e r 20, at 7:30 o'lE o fk. — M r . a n d Mrs. H i r a m Hill, w h o h a v e b e e n s p e n d i n g s u m e t i m e here since returning f r o m a trip t o Y e l l o w ­ stone p a r k a n d the roast, left y e s ­ terday fur N e w Y o r k city for the win- near th ter. ‘ ^ r‘ — A r t h u r Chase, w h o recently took the position as p l u m b e r a t tBie H a v e r - ley h a r d w a r e store, has b r o u g h t his family here f r o m Connecticut a n d derson'< S u n d a y --Mrs. William D e e of G l u n s Falls spent M o n d a y with her rouMti, Mrs. P e W i t t I.mindoll. - M r s . W . W . Tatter-on ha s been quite ill the past w e e k , but he r c o n ­ dition is n o w improved. - T h e channel of the b a r g e canal in the H u d s o n m e r is beimr d r e d g e d out S. (i. H e n d e r s o n place. Richard W r i g h t of M e e h a n - u-ville h a s b e e n s p e n d i n g a f e w days with her parents, Mr . a n d Mrs. W W . Patterson. Mr-. D o W i t t Linindoll a n d M r s F r e d Linindoll attended the funeral . , . ,.u of the Rev. J e r e m i a h H e f f e m a n at t a k e n a n apartment- In ths Mars h a l l Schuy]erville T h u r s d a y . w a s m e t b y the g r o o m a n d his best m a n , R a y m o n d M a d d e n . Cecil W r i g h t presided at the o r g a n a n d *|Mrs. Elizabeth L a v e r y of S c r a n t o n , . Pa., s a n g “0 P r o m i s e M e . ” T h e bride w a s attractive in a g o w n of w h i t e satin t r i m m e d w i t h Princess lacQ> S h e w o r e a veil of tulle c a u g h t w i t h R o s e point lace a n d o r a n g e blossoms. S h e carried a s h o w e r b o u q u e t of bride's roses. T h e m a i d of honor, M i s s D o r o ­ th y W e s t c o t t of G l e n s Falls, w o r e a pink a n d w h i t e pattern georgette g o w n o v e r silver lace a n d carried a colonial bouquet. T h e bridesmaids w e r e M i s s S a r a h S c h e r m e r h o r n , a sis.- ter of the bride, a n d M i s s M a r i o n W o o d . T h e y w o r e g o w n s of pink a n d yellow georgette o v e r silver cloth with t r i m m i n g s of ostrich a n d carried yellow a n d p i n k c h r y s a n t h e m u m s , i T h e little flower girl, H e l e n B r a d l e y , of L a k e G e o r g e , w o r e white georgette a n d sprinkled rose petals before the • bride on entering a n d leaving the I church. T h e ushers w e r e R o b e r t C o n - I sadine, D o n a l d Spaulding, Charles ! V a n T r u m p of G l e n s Falls, a n d D o u g - I las Seott of Fort E d w a r d , j I m m e d i a t e l y following the cere­ m o n y a reception w a s held in the h o m e of the bride’s parents to a b o u t 150 guests f r o m Glens Falls, H u d s o n Falls, L a k e George, Schenectady, Ballston S p a a n d Gr e e n w i c h . T h e h o u s e a n d c h u r c h decorations w e r e yellow c h r y s a n t h e m u m s , ferns a n d j p a l m s . D u r i n g the evening M r . a n d ! M r s . C a m p b e l l left on a w e d d i n g trip to N e w Y o r k a n d W a s h i n g t o n . D. C „ a n d u p o n their return will reside in i G l e n s Falls. T h e bride's g o i n g a w a y g o w n w a s a b r o w n d u v e t y n e e n s e m b l e suit with t r i m m i n g s of m i n k . S h e ' w o r e a hat to m a t c h . T h e bride p r e ­ sented h e r attendants w i t h gold pieres T h e g r o o m g a v e his best nfSti a gold oigaret case a n d to the usliers he presented leather wallet1?. T h e , g r o o m ’s gift to the hrule ivas a finger b a n d of d i a m o n d s . A n n u a l Meeting. T h e a n n u a l m e e t i n g of the lot o w n ­ er- of the G r e e n w i c h C e m e t e r y asso- i d a t u m will be held at the office of V a n N e s s a n d Russell, M o n d a y eve- . ring-. D e c e m b e r 1, at 7:30 o ’clock, for the transaction of such business as m a y r o m p before the meeting. C. L. M o . j . .ie. r tn .a r y . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Too Late to Classify Tbe Weeks Program C O M IN G M O N D A Y , T I f E S O A Y a n d W E D ­ N E S D A Y D e c e m b e r 1, 2 a n d 3 AMERICA Se e o u r special adv. o n p a g e 5 TO-NIGHT Wednesday, Nov. 19 P a r a m o u n t Feature- a n d International N e w s Dorothy Dalton in THE MORAI,* SINNER M s o Single-reel C o m e d y Thursday, Nov. 20 V i t a g r a p h F e a t u r e a n d Two-reel C o m e d y Patsy Ruth Miller and Dustin Famum in MY MAN D r e a m in g ! To be at the head of a business of your own is a worthy ambition but dreaming about it will never get you there. The one sure way to accomplish this desire is Systematic Saving and Industry, for all things are possible to the man who Works and Saves. We are always prepared to help those who have shown an inclination to help themselves. UllUMMIIMIllllllUlimiltllllllllllllll* thi FIRST national n ■ A D C r i L i u y t r u hi v G P E E N W & C H * N . Y > Friday, Nov. 21 F E A T U R E Doris Kenyon in THE LOVE BANDIT Also a 2-reel M a c k Sennett C o m e d y Saturday, Nov. 22 First National F e a t u r e a n d Single Reel C o m e d y Constance Talmadge in THE GOLD FISH First s h o w e v e n i n g 6 O'clock Monday and Tuesday Nov. 24 and 25 P a r a m o u n t F e a t u r e a n d Single Reel C o m e d y Ernest Torrence In THE FIGHTIMG COWARD B r i g h t e n Y o u r T a b l e W i t h N e w Silverware for Thanksgiving •HuiniiiiunHiiiitminiiimiiiimmmiiiiiiniiHiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiieiiiiiniiuiiiimiiiiiioiniiiiniiiHiiunimmiiiiuiiiiiiMiiinrannminnHUffl* Thanksgiving Day i$ the one day of all the year when you take the most pride in your table. Then why not have that new Tea Set, or the Silverware or Glass* ware We have a large supply of many necessary articles for the table. Visitors Welcome POWELL’S Comer D^, and Jewelry Store Wednesday, Nov. 26 First National F e a t u r e A n d International N e w s h o u s e o n S a l e m street Mrs. Robert S. M e t c a l f entertain- — M r . a n d Mrs. M a u r i c e Moriarty, ■ e d in h o n o r of Mrs. Charles S t e v e n s ’ w h o h a v e been staying here for s o m e ' b i r t h d a y anniversary Friday. Besides t i m e with her parents. Mr . a n d Mrs. the h o n o r - 8ev<?n w e r e P r e s - W . S. Wilson, h a v e r e m o v e d to A l ­ bany, w h e r e Mr . Moriart y svill be in F O R S A L E — 2 Holstein cows, i d u e Elaine Windsor, to freshen this m o n t h , o n e next. U s o b e e f b y the quarter. Charles English. ent. c h a r g e of a d r u g storp. — F r a n c e s C h a m b e r s ontertained fourteen little friends a t \her h o m e on DEATH RECORDS. F O R S A L E — 21 A n c o n a ' y e a r h m r s an d 1 rooster, “S h e p p a r d strain.” Also 11 W h i t e I/Pghoms. E. W e b b , 11 Mill I Street. » n a long illness. M r . A d a m s m o v e d f r o m C l e m o n s to Whitehall a n u m b e r \fi §r W i l l i a m A d a m s . T h e death of W i l l i a m A d a m s of E d d y street S a t u r d a y in Bioraor o f h e r W h i t e h a l l occurred at the h o m e of his seventh birthday. Ganges w e r e p l a y e d son, W i l l i a m A d a m s , S a t u r d a y after a n d r e f r e s h m e n t s w e r « served. report an enjoyable time. 0 f years ago. W h e n a resident of — M i s s B e r t h a D u r d e n o( Fostoria, 1 C l e m o n s he conducted a hotel. H e is Ohio, a representative of fae R o g e r s survived by a son, W i l l i a m A d a m s , a t * t • i-~,« daughter. M a u d , a n d a sister, Mrs. P r o d u c i n g c o m p a n y » ^ x r a d m p r t w o B Shil,ers. weeks in town conducting rehearsals ’ ______ for the play. Miss B o b W h i t e , to he ' J o h n B. P a l m e r given n e x t w e e k in St. J o s e p h ’s hall. J o h n B. P a l m e r , a w e l l - k n o w n hard- - - v T h e W o m a n ' s Horne Mi s s i o n a r y w a r e m e r c h a n t of Hartford, died sud- * r n/r c denly S a t u r d a y night f r o m the effects society of the M . E. c h u r c h targes that a * strok( of% airaiygis. M r. P a l m e r contributions for the TnaTiksgTiving w n s a m e m b e r of the H a r t f o r d M e t h - basket he sent as earl;/ neixft w e e k as odist ch u r c h a n d of the H a r t f o r d possihle to the h o m e o f M t i . W i l l i a m grange. T h e surviving relatives are Niles o n Fisher street. It is a s k e d his wife; his father J o s e p h P a l m e r ; . _ one daughter, M i s s M a r t h a P a l m e r , a that a g e n e r o u s response be m a d e for student at thc University of V e r m o n t ; this cause. on e sister, M i s s M a r t h a P a l m e r of __ Aix-hie a n d Robert C h a m b e r s a n d Hartford, a n ^ o n e brother, F r a n k H a r r v F e r g u s o n h a v e brenfct'n g r o u n d P a l m e r of J o h n s t o w n . T h e funeral ■ , , , . , w a s held T u e s d a y afternoon in the this w e e k for a n e w lioiuj-e to b e lo- Hartford Methodist church. cated o n W h i p p l e place n n a portion _______ of w h a t is k n o w n as the G u n n lot. a n d E l m e r A. Mo r r i s w h i c h w a s formerly ototip<3 fcy the R. E l m e r A. Mo r r i s died at his h o m e C G r a y estate. T h e r e ar-e several at R o u n d L a k e F r i d a y night. H e w a s building- lots included in tBiis tract, b o r n at Greenfield, S a r a t o g a county. , . . , ... .ii- ____ M a y 27, 1864. H e w a s e m p l o y e d b y a n d it is u n d e r s t o o d that thus m a j be ^ a n j ^ railroad c o m p a n y as a the first o f a n u m b e r of n e v houses tn sjgn a ] l a m p lighter for t w e p t y - t w o go u p there. years until t w o years a g o w h e n he — A n n o u n c e m e n t is lmitde of the w a s nblis-e.1 to retire b e c a m e of ill , ... T health. Hi s survivors are his wife; m a r n a p r e of Miss Luella MacMil l a n . f w o Ronf;_ A r t h u r E a n d R o b e r t p y o u n g e s t d a u g h t e r of W i l l i a m M a c - Morris; three daughters, Elizabeth A., MillaTi of S a l e m , a n d Willaain T a g g a r t Ida L.. a n d Alicia J. Morris; o n e step- of this village. T h e y we-re m a r r i e d | d a u g h t e r . Mrs. W a l t e r E. J o h n s o n of „ , X I ____ . _ , „ + lVfo+fc V. C o m e r s , S a r a t o g a county; o n e sis- on T u e s d a y . N o v e m b e r 4, a t ^ h e M e t h - . ^ M r s _ oharles L a m p h e a r of B a - odist p a r s o n a g e in EllembiiTg. Re'. con an<j j.w o |jr o thers, M e l v i n A. G. F a i r b a n k s Bristol, w h o w a s for- Vineland of N e w Jersey, a n d Ro b e r t m e r l y pastor at W e s t H d > r o n , per- E. Mor r i s of Wilton. f o r m e d the ce r e m o n y . M r , and Mrs. , ------------------- T a g g a r d are residing lier*- W e H a v e I t ! Christmas Shipment which inciudes a gift for Man, ^ Woman, Boy, Girl or Baby also Chinese Lily Bulbs Shop Early ! C h a r l i e D o n g “W h e r e E v e r y b o d y S h o p s \ O p e n E v e r y E v e n i n g S C H U Y L E R V I L L E , N . Y. Adolph Menjoue and Fully Marshall lm FOR SALE fIQBT.S. OLGOTT, D.G. o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o C H IR O P R A C T O R 8 Successor to W _ Clark Higley Over A. & P. Store 1 t o 2 Tues., T h u r s ., S a t . Auspices Ashlar Chapter O. E. S. MISS BOB WHITE A M U S IC A L CO M E D Y lo be given at St. Joseph’s Hall, Greenwich, N. Y. F r id a y and S a tu r d a y N ig h ts N O V E M B E R 2 8 a n d 2 9 Boare will be open Wednesday, Nov. 26 at 9 a. m., at Cron n Brothers store. Tickets 75c and 50c A JOHN B. ROG-ERS PRODUCTION •4 \ t ■ O O O O W O O O O C K > O O O O O n Q O < i a 5 S ^ O O C K > C > D C R 3 0 £ > C H K « K > a O ' O Q < B 3 i y C f t » B S 3 I Cash Paid for Eggs B r i n g m e your strictlj fresh E g g s . I p a y caslf for fresh clean E g g s, both h e n s a n d pullft E g g s at 4 St.. W . A . N I L E S C G R E E N W I C H , N. Y. Tel. 202-R CfOC8KK83<5CK83i?O;OQQX83CKtOCR!tCK8It0OQC81C8KKfCKlCK8Sa)3 O O O O O ' O EN JO Y YOUR | ^ O . < 8 3 » 2 C 8 » 2 C 8 » K 8 ^ C 0 3 3 3 C 8 K i O O O . O 5 m 8 S C a 9 5 C « a O O O Q C « > O O O O O O O O O O & § FO R TH E W H O L E F A M IL Y Men’s Union Suits, 1.50 to 5.00. Men’s 'Hi-Rock Fleece-Lined Shirts and Dr ll - A d a n c e will be held at J o h n W , :re. Our ty stores prices be- - T h e Ladies Ai d s o Ci«rtr a n d the Wright's on the A r c h d a l e road Sat- ... . c l n ir w • u r d a y night, N o v e m b e r 22. T h e pub- St. A g n e s guild of St. Paul s Episco- , js in v jte<3. La d i e s please bri n g re- pal c h u r c h will hold a sale of f a n c y freshments. a n d useful articles in tlie p a r l o r o f the i ». ------------------ * R u t l e d g e hotel S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n j — Tickets for M i s s B o b Wh i t e , a a n d e v e n i n g of this weo3c f r o m t w o | J o h n B. R o g e r s Production, to b e until ten o ’clock, T h e r e will also be ! e i v e n u n d e r bhe auspices of A s h l a r „ , , m , i • chapter, O r d e r of E a s t e r n Star, are a food sale. T e a a n d san*hvi'ches will j o n sa]p a j Skiff’s di-y g o o d s store, be served f r o m t w o until sic o’clock. Cronin Brothers a n d P o w e l l ’s d r u g — M r s . S a m u e l M . Z v r o m e r of Cairo, | store. First six r o w s d o w n stairs 75c, E g y p t , the f o r e m o s t w o i n a a in w o r k ! other seats in the h o u s e 50c. a m o n g the M o s l e m s , will s p e a k in the j ' R e f o r m e d ch u r c h T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g of ; C a r d of^flfanks. „ this w e e k at 7:30 o ’clock. H e r s u b - 1 T h e fa-mily o f ^ M e late - E d w i n R. ject will b e the M o s l e m p i u b l e r n a n d M o s h e r w i s h bjjfflKpress their-sincere its relation to w o r l d civilization today. 1 a p p r e c i a t i o n c P t h e kind n e s s pf neigh- 1LLE a a r a i a a a i S h e will also s p e a k in, 6h « lecture r o o m o f t h e chu r c h in (me a f t e r n o o n at 8:00 o’clock, at w h i c h t i m e a n op- portunity«rto m e e t h e r personally will b e given. E v e r y b o d y is. cor-dially in­ vited. b o m a n d friends, a n d especially to m e m b e r s of Post Cook, W . R. C., a n d Liberty post, A m e r i c a n Legion, for s y m p a t h y a n d assistance tendered t h e m du r i n g his illness a n d at the t i m e of Ibis d e a t h a n d funeral. each. awers, 1.00 Men’s Ribbed, 1.00 suits. Men’s Overshirts, Graylock, 2.00. Big Yank Men’s Overshirts, 3.00 Men’s Outing Gowns, 1.50 and 2.00. FO R E S T M IL L S U N D E R W E A R for W omen and Children Ladies’ Forest Mills Union Suits, heavyweight, 1.75 and 2.00. Ladies’ Vests and Pants, 1.00, 1.15, 1.75, Misses’ and Children’s Union Suits, 1.25. Misses’ and Children’s 2-Piece Garments, 69c each. Outing Gowns for 1.00 to 1.75. R u b b e r F o o t w e a r F o r T h e W h o le F a m i l y We specialize in nationally advertised rubbers, and when we sell a pair of rubbers we know the wearer will re­ ceive satisfaction. Good Things for Thanksgiving Cranberries, Heinz Mince-Meat, in, I and 2 lb glass jars, Spy Apples, Bananas, Oranges, Grapes. Schrafft’s Chocolates 50c lb. 3 Large Grapefruit 25c Hubbard Squash 3c lb C R O N I N B R O T H E R S Thanksgiving Dinner Buy Your Poultry at Lyttle’s Market o o A ll Home Dressed O O e a T u rk e y s Ducks (ieese Fow ls Chickens g Sm a ll F re s h H a m s Lean F o rk L o in s § G enuine S p ring I^ambsi I carry a. full line of PREMIER CANNED GOODS P e a s , Corn, Tom atoes, Succotash, W a x B e a n s, Pum p k in , Squash, Pineapple, Salm o n , Shrim p , Tuna F ish A Full Line of Fresh Vegetables F re s h F is h , H ad d o ck , H allibut, B a lter F rs h , M ackerel, S iekk God, B oston B ine F ish, Clam s, O y sters YTTLE’S MARKET 99 M A IN STREET Telephone 8 Delivery .Jl . \ .

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