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HATE now in store oae of tpe
it au-1 inost complete stockf;
FINE < I.UTIHNIi.
you CAK--SSS jus? wit? ?ou was?
-a? 7S3 EIGHT FHIOE.
to be found ia any 'southern store.
. Mr. -WALTER F. HOuSER.-rrlio bas
been wiili usfor the- past year, will be
glad to v.ait on Ms friends at our place.
it® \Wm & HI
HATTERS AND FJJR-
- Payne &. Willingham.
We have a new and magnificent
stock of Furniture and Carpets,
yoiight since we were burned out.
'iWu uml cPA the largest concern or
Call and see the largest concern
he kmd in Middle. Georgia.
Wholesale and Retail Store next
o former stand, Cherry street,
Macon, Ga. | '
557 CHERRY ST., MACON, GA.
• -For cotton at Kathleen, I will
jay Macon prices, freight deduct-
J. H. Davis.
—The best shoes for the least
S. L. Speight’s.
—0. F. Cooper & Co. will pay
is" much ns anybody for cotton seed-
elive red in Ferry.
We have tbe. largest furnitnr
line n-1 in Middle Georgia. Fur
ijture and Carpets at Wholesale
id R 3tail.
Payne & Willingham,
Macon, 0 a.
f —We will give as much as any
body for Cotton Seed,delivered at
Sperry. C. F. Cooper & Co.
-Smoko the J. F. L. A.., the
best 5 cent cigar iu the world, at
1 S: .1. Speight’s.
iyO u ,lv IH'Grii SCHOOL
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
A Tif wtu? Tann of this school will
pfeinWi the Oth-day bE .Tannery, 1890,
‘ Trader the same management as hereto
fore. Pupils entering this school shall
' lava special care taken with them in
.heir respective studios The public
-eriri will date'from January 20th. Itis
ur?? l,-aa-IU very imporsaht, that pupils
enter the first day of school. For furth-
ir particulars apply to. . .
E. E. MILLER, Principal,
or J. RI. Frederick, Pres. Board Trustees.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Clerk ot Commissioners’ Court up to
the first-Monday in January,- next, Cor a
Superintendent to take charge of the
Poor-house Cor tlio year 1890.
, By order of the Board, this December
• ’ J. M. DAVIS, Clerk.
GLORIA and SILK UMBREL
LAS, GOLD AND SILVER
Tlio finest line ever shown in this
Qar line of
GENTS’ FINE NECKWEAR
is immense, at prices to suit every-
s of T.W„ anil County ^ ^ to j earfl that Mr.
E. J. Fuller has re-leased th
Perry Variety Works for a term of
five years. He has already pur-
—Winter at last
—Good resolutions are good.
—Good actions are much better.
—Court of Ordinary liext Mon
—May peace and prosperity-
—Many gobblers were gobbled
—County Commissioners’ Court
-Sheriff’s an i County Bailiff's
sales next Tuesday.
—Save money by subscribing
for the Home Journal now.
' body. Call early and make your
Mr. E. J. Fuller, has leased
the Perry Variety Works for five
—A special grand jury will be
gin to-day ta-investigate the Miller
—The first term of the Perry
schools under our new„system, will
open next Monday.
-Mrs. J. M. Jenkins, of Atlan
ta, is visiting her mother, Mrs. L.
D. Norwood, near Perry.
—Half a dozen couples of young
people enjoyed a delightful hay-
ride in and near Perry last Friday
•The beginning of the new
year is auspicious to all intelligent
and energetic citizens of Houston
—A new joy has been added to
the household of Dr. A. B. Davis
—a "baby girl—“just like her
—The adjourned term of Hous
ton Superior Court will be in ses
sion to-day, and will be continued
—Mr. C. F. Cooper has pur
chased the King lot on Main
street, in the rear of the Baptist
—Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Amderson
paid a short visit to relatives and
friends in Pulaski county the first
part of thi week.
The rain last Monday was gen
eral, and our farmers are well
pleased that winter has at last
come .to stay awhile.
-We have heard several Hous
ton farmers say they expect to de
vote more attention than hereto,
fore to stock raising.
Messrs. C. C. Duncan, Jr.,
T. S. Felder, returned to Atbem
yesterday, to resume their studies
at the State "University.
—The farm-labor system oi
Houston county is undergoing a
positive change. Very few labor
er g-are now hired by the year.
—Misses Maggie Thomas and.
Carrie Scarborough, of York, have
returned home, after a pleasant
visit to friends in and near Perry.
—Madam Rumor says a popular
young gentleman of Perry will be
married this month, to a young
lady of the county who is well
—There will be preaching at
both the Methodist and Baptist
churches in Perry next Sunday
morning and evening, by the res
—Some of our citizens have al
ready commenced calculating on
the chances of certain candidates
for county offices. Better let poli
tics alone for several months.
—Mrs. S. E. Bronson, of Macon,
and Miss Irene Haddock, of Dal
ton, spent two or three days last
wkek with th their grandmother,
Mrs. L. D. Norwood, near Perry.
—We believe it would prove
profitable business venture for the
citizens of Perry and vicinity to
form a stock company for the pur
pose of holding an annual connty
fair at Perry.
—Mr. C. H. Moore lias been
quite sick [during the last ten
days, but we are glad to note that
he is now steadily improving.
His many friends sincerely hope
that he will be very soon restored
to perfect health.
’-^-The party given at the resi
dence of --Mrs. S. W. Allen on
Taesday last, in honor of the
Misses Hughes, of Richmond
connty, was an elegant success in
every respect. Perry and Fort
Valley were - both represented in
the large crowd in attendance.
—The Masonic fraternity of
Perryftbeir families, and a few
special guests, enjoyed a most ele
gant supper liist Friday night at
the court house, the occasion being
the Masonic anniversary of the
birth of St. John the evangelist.
—Three Italians and two bears
r captured the town last Saturday,
shall, as fast as is possible for him,
add more wood-working machinery,
and manufacture either toys or
chairs in the near future. This
caunot be done at onee, as either
class of goods must ba made from
The manufacture of brooms will
be continued on a larger scale
hnn heretofore, and Mr. Fuller
will soon be ready to furnish seed
and make arrangements with the
farmers to raise corn at stated
prices. The manufacture of brooms
thus far has been very successful,
and if continued, even at a small
profit, it willLe a benefit to the
community, as everything but the
wire, tacks and twine is produced
in the county.
On account of the scarcity of
timber at Perry, Mr. Fuller- has
hired an engine and boiler of . Col.
C. C. Duncan, and will take the
saw mill from the Variety Works
to the woods in order to supply his
trade. His first contract is to saw
one hundred thousand feet for Mr.
E. L. Dennard, on the Riley place,,
after which he will be ready to sell
in any quantity desired.
Iheonly. elaborate social event
of the holiday season in Pgrry was
he reception-1 sst Thursday night
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
chased an additional set of mill W, EL Norwood, given by their
rocks, which, will be in operation daughters, Misses
ab'ont the first of February. Tbe" Eunice, in honor of their young
greatly increased patronage of-the friends here an cl of neighboring
mill necessitates this., addition: towns '•
Mr. Fuller also informs ns that he [ The parlors, hall and -dining-
Iuadeqatc Mail Facilities.
The mail facilities at Perry are
not commensurate with the needs
of our business men.
We have two trains each way
daily, but only one of these trains
carries mail. Until about two
weeks ago, we received and sent
off mail twice a day.
Our mail train reaches Perry at
12:15 p. m., and it is nearly an
hour later when -it is delivered.
This train 4hen leaves at 3:05, p.
and our merchants' have less
than two hours to read and answer
their * business letters, and" get
dinner. This is not at all satis
factory, and our people are unani
mous iu the desire that mail be
carried from Perry on the early
The cutting down of our mail
service was probably a measure of.
economy in behalf of the govern
ment, but •'y-.iile mail service is
entirely’for the benefit of the -peo
ple, we cannot see that there-is
any true economy in the action.
We suggest that our business
men petition . the proper officials
for increased mail service..
Au Old Friend Gone.
On the last day of the old year
we parted with an old friend, the
press upon • which the Home
Journal had. been printed for
nineteen years. This press served
us long and well, - having made
more than a million newspaper
impressions, and been the means
of earning nearly §50,000. It put
in readable shape thoughts of
many men, andthrough its seryice
mnch wisdom has been placed be
fore the eyes of many thousand
people. It will jbe repaired and
then it will grace another news
paper office, and other readers will
be profited and pleased by its ser
vice. Though inert except through
applied power, it held our esteem
firmly, for it never failed ns in
time of need. It was indeed our
friend, and the feeling we ex
perienced at the parting was close
akin to sorrow. May it serve oth
ers as well as it served the Home
Journax- and its readers.
t-udersou. outlie night ot the litk inst.
f.ur reward vrill be paid lor the return
'“-'cLABK, ohLj Henderson, Ga.
■ a tE-xK.
Messrs. bruin kept the motley
audience that followed them, al
ternately convulsed with laughter,
and trembling with apprehension
—Rev. N. D. Moorehonse, the
new Methodist pastor of the Ferry
Circuit, arrived here on Thursday
of last week, and his wife and
daughters came Friday. They
were cordially welcomed, and our
people are very favorably impress
ed with them. On Sunday he
preached two sermons that were
well 'received. He is earnest, able,
devout;- and our people are ready
to heartily co-operate with him in
the performance of his duties as
—The elegant new safe - for the
Perry Loan and Savings Bank
has at.last been received and placed
in position in the vault built for it
It was made to order for tne bank,
and is supplie/1 with a time dock,
as well as a combination 'look.
The vault and safe to-gether con
stitute a depository both fire and'
burglar proof. Hereafter the bus
iness of the bank will be transacted
iu the new brick building erected
for that purpose.
—Five hundred peoole were
married in Houston county da
ring the year 1SS9. Besides these
a number of young men were mar
aud for several hours the antics of vied elsewhere and brought their
wives here. . Ordinary Honser fold
us Taesday that he had issued 250
marriage licenses during the year,
and that 75 of them were issued in
The Italians reaped a fair harvest December. A large majority of
the licenses were issued to negroes- of the term, next Monday.
to :m were brilliantly illumined:
and tastefully decofated; The' ev
ergreen greeting, “A Merry Christ
mas,” stretehed across the ball, at
tracted the attention and admira
tion of all.
The costumes of the ladies were
elegant arid becoming, and the oc
casion was delightful throughout,
entirely exempt from any stiff for
The supper was positively ele
gant, beautifully arranged, rind
most appetizing throughout. Not
being an adept in that line, we
will not attempt a detailed Te-
There were present guests from
Montezuma, and Eufaula, Ala.,be
sides nearly all the young ladies
and gentlemen of Perry.
The easy, genial hospitality ac
corded gave additional grace to
The following visitors were spe
Miss Gertrude Harris, Messrs.
Henry Harris, Brad. Brown, Sol.
Dasher, Henry Hollenshed, Mdms.
S. A. Killen and M. L. Houser, of
Mr. Cad. Harrison and Miss
Annie Harrison, of Montezuma.
Miss Mamie Pharr, of Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. McKenzie,
of Eufaula, Ala.
Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Bronson, of
Again time has rolled ns under
the shaping and controlling hand
and power of Almighty God. near
tbe close of another year. This
year, 1SS9, has passed away, and
prosperity lias smiled: on many,
while some have made failures.
Upon the whole the year has
beeu one of prosperity among the
farming class, and when prosper!
ty makes the farmer smile, it re
fleets upon every other avocation.
There will be changes made
among our people this week. W.
H Bolton has purchased the 'Dr.
Pattishali farm, and he and his
mother will move on it at once.
Mr. G. T. Brown will move this
week to tbeKarrh residence,which
he recently purchased, and Mr.
A. J. Skipper, of- Pulaski county
will move in where Mr. Brown'va-
cated, and vera likely other changes
will bri made in the near future.
Our town is having a very quiet
and smooth Christmas, thongh the
young people seem to realize that
Christmas is on hand.
Macon, Fort Talley, Marshallville* ■ A. pound party was given at the
—Tax Collector Green closed
his books on the 20th day of De
cember, in accordance with the
law, and at once issued executions
against all defaulters. The total
number issued amounted to 1,700,
fully three-fourths of them against
negroes: When the books were
closed 824,915 had been collected,
leaving about S8,000 of taxes un
paid. Since then about Si,000 has
been collected. Of the whole
amount collected §6,000 has been
paid to the state, §S,140,SS to the
nifty school commissioner,
§377,16 to the Tax Receiver, and
the balance to the county treasurer,
except a small amount yet in the
hands of tre collector. The ex
ecutions are in the hands of the
bailiffs in the several districts, and
Clerk Killeu tells us that he hopes
a considerable amount more will
be collected, though ic is known
positively that many negroes will
not be found, they having changed
their place of residence. This
loss to the county and state could
be avoided if the time of closing
the books shouid be fixed at an
i—Mr. G. W..McDowell brought
to Perry Tuesday several stalks of
cotton tiiat were covered with a
new crop of leaves, squares, and a
few half grown green holes. We
have also been toold that the roots
of sugar cane have sprouted out
where left in the ground. Besides
these results of summer in the.
winter season, manv fruit trees
have bloomed, and strawberries of
the second crop have been gath
ered. Many of our eldest inhabi
tants say they never saw the like
—The store of Messrs. C. F.
Cooper & Co. was burglarized
last Saturday night. The entrance
was effected 'through -the side
door, the fastening of which was
insecure. Money was the object
sought, as nothing was missed ex
cept about §2,50.that.had been left
in the drawer, and possibly a few
cigars and a small amount of. to
bacco. Several negroes are sus
pected, but evidence sufficient to
warrant an arrest has not been
secured. ■ -
residence of Mr. T. B. Edmund-
son last Friday night, and we learn
that it was well attended.
On Thursday night previous the
young people enjoyed quite a large
social party at the residence of
Mr. F. C. Henderson, and several
others were given to the young
people the week previous.
Mr. T. A. Coleman, who is a
student at Emory Collegers spend
ing Christmas with his sister, Mrs.
J. T. Ellis, and other relatives at
Henderson. He will return to
Oxford on Wednesday.
Mr. J. T. Ellis and wife attend
ed the festival at Henderson last
Tuesday night, by the ladies of
that enthusiastic little town. The
ladies of that town are raising
money to re-cover the Methodist'
church, and we learn that quite a
neat little sum was realized.
Mrs. A. E. Wimberly went to
Gordon last week to spend Christ
mas with relatives, and we are
sorry to note that while there she
received a telegram announcing
the death of her brother-in-law,
Mr. J. F. Bragg.
The residence of Mrs. Jim Har
rison, at Grovania, is nearing its
completion, and has the appear-
aDce_of being a handsome resi
Mr. John D. Graves, who is lo
cated at a saw mill on the E. T.,
T. & G. R. R., is here on a visit
to his father.
Mr. Ezekiel Wimberly, Jr., a
late student; at Emory College,
went to Columbus to spend the
Christmas, and while there ac
cepted quite a: lucrative position
with the Columbus oij mill. While
we regret to lose Zeke out of our
social circle, we wish him much
A very sad and unexpected
death occurred here last Friday
morning at about nine o’clock—
the death of Mr. J. F. Bragg.
Mr. Bragg was a native of Jones'
county, but liyed a portion of his
life £in Wilkinson, from whence
he moved to this, county and set
tled on the Bryant Brown planta
tion, residing there until his death,
being in the 35th year of his age.
While he was not a member of any
religions denomination, he was a
kind husband and a devoted
father, and leaves a bereaved wid
ow and two little girls to mourn
his loss. The blow was very se
vere to the bereaved parents, and
I hope the good Lord will give
them strength, and enable them to
look through falling tears and say,
•‘Lord, Thy will be done.” May
they be enabled to lean upon the
arm of-Jesus in this and every
trial, feeling that “the Lord doeth
all things well.” The .body was
taken to Gordon for burial.
“A precioas one from home is gone;
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can he filled.”
—A change of schedule went
into effect on the Perry Branch
railroad last Monday mornirig.
There was no change made in the
leaving time of the morning train,,
rror in the arrival of the noon
train. The afternoon train leaves
at 3:05 instead of. 2:15, and' the
night train arrives at 9:25 instead
—Capt. F, AL King, of Ferry,
has in his possession a memento of
his earlj life, the like of which
very few men can boast It is the
first dress he ever wore, having
worn, it on the 18th of December,
4S years ago. It is linen, hand-
lace arid embroidery—all remark
ably well preserved.
— Parents and guardians who
desire their children to attend' the
Perry public school, will find Mr.
C. E. Gilbert at tbe drug store
ready to give them receipts for
incidental fees and tuition. It is
desirable in every respect that
pupils should enter the first day
Sear Tlrarp’s .
We welcome the new year.
Christmas'was rather dull.
We hope the new year will be
prosperous to all.
If has rained out here at last,
and we are looking for cold weath
er. ■ 7 A'
I think the fnrmera through
here have employed - plenty of
hands for another year.
The oat crop .is looking very
well since the last warm weather
The acreage of wheat sown this
year is not as great as was last
season, I am sorry to say. Mr. J.
B. Hunt has 2J acres planted, and
he says he must have 624 .bushels
Miss Alice Wood, of Perry,
spent the latter portion of last
week in our vicinity.
Messrs. Jim Cardey^and Milton
Heard, visited theirmany relatives
in Bibb county last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Millner, of
Buelah, Ala., are visiting their
brother, Mr. J. B. Hunt arid fami
Wonder where Bob spent the
Christmas at?. Old fellow, yon
had better come back and stop - all
this grieving among the girls:
"Miss Mamie Parker, of Hart,
Bibb county, is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. J. M Heard. Rome—and
Jeff— are very familiar with
Milton H. at this time.
We learn that Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
M .Blewster will leave 1 us and go
to-Fort Talley. . Mr. Blewster aud
his wife have-been in our midst
only a year, but they have gained
many friends, who regret to see
Mr. George Stripling spent the
latter part of last-week near Pow-
ersville, with his brother;. Mr.
Yancy Jordan. ' He carried his
little neiee, Ida, home.
Mr. Frank King has moved in
the house recently occupied by
Mrs Thompson. We welcome-Mr.
The Champion debaters will dis
cuss, whether the roads in Hous
ton should be worked by: taxation
or not,, next Saturday. Any one
wishing to hear some orations on
tbe subject, can get a free ticket
Messrs. Charlie and Arch Parker
"have left our neighborhood line!
gone to Dooly. We regretted see-
tbem leave, for they were two
of our favorites in society.
The Tenth District Alliance met
last Saturday evening,- and after
deciding tbe we never haclenongb
members to carry it on properly,
It seems that we are going to
have some trouble iu getting a
school at Pine Level. There are
not enough children-in the neigh
borhood to pay a teacher.
A reception was given at the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. San-
defur last Wednesday, in honor of
Mr. W. A. Gray, who was married
to Miss Lillian Durden, of Eman
uel county, last Sunday. The
bride is one of Emanuel’s fairest
belles, and the groom is a prosper
ous young man from Houston, the
oldest son of Mr. J. D. Gray. The
dinner was excellent,the table fair
ly groaned under its burden: ev
erything to suit the appetite was
before the eye. Mrs. S. is a good
one in the kitchen. We wish for
the happy pair a long-life, and
may every station on the road of
life be thronged with peace and
Dec. 31st 1889.
Spirits, Oils, GKLsiss and IE=-CLtt37\
STATIONERY AND PEILFIAIERY
i-amps, Lamp G-coods, ZEtc.
PRESCRIPTIONS pl^FiiLLV GC:V: 0,
Eff-Sperial atienijaB-gireri io PAefeAGE.013DECS. ?
TIDED. Give ns a trial.
Will Be in Perry about
Ci"-Zl. ZESTS" 1st- 1S90.
I will sell them cheap, for
or on time. Wait and see them.
L F. WATER’S SPECIALTIES IN FALL
All Wool HENRIETTA CLOTH
All Wool Filled '
?n. w.u'K n-
All Wool FLANNEL SUITINGS, Fl'iii. wide at
—The attention of onr farmers
is called to the advertisement of
W. B. ■& O. G. Sparks, cotton
factors, Macon Ga. They propose
to loan money at lowest bqnk rates,
and will sell males and gnano at
rock bottom prices, for cash or on
time. All business transacted
with these gentlemen will prove
satisfactory in every particular.
—Christmas passed iu Perry
without any unusual excitement,
thongh it was- thoroughly enjoya
ble. There were no serious cas
ualties, and very few went beyond
the bounds of sobriety. The small
boys had an abundance of fun with
fireworks, horns, and such con
trivances, and the merchants say
trade was very good. As usual,
the negroes flocked to town from
the neighboring country, and the
streets were thronged throughout
—We regret to learn that Capt.
J. B. James, of Fort Talley was
seriously gored by a cow last
Saturday, and one of bis arms
broken in two places. Particu
lars have not been given ns. His
many friends throughout the
county sincerely hope that he may
suffer as little as possible, and that
recovery may be rapid and com
—A number of young ladies and
gentlemen, devotees of the terpsi-
chorean-art, enjoyed, a waltzing
party at .the Perry Rifles a. miry
some-iy trimmed with hand-made Monday night. .There had be-u
r .:N. Tattle will sell at Pablic
outcry in Perry Jan. 7th, to the
highest cash bidder, 15 head of
>f well bred-horses. Mostly mares
and many of them iu foal. This
is not Texas stock, but is large
sized and of good color, form and
action. See posted bills.
Attention, Stonewall Alliance.
no extensive*, preparations, ouiy
two out-of-town young ladies at
tended, and the muhic was famish
ed by the serenade trio baud, bo
we are informed that the affai
was thoroughly enjoyable through
The members <if.StonewaII.Sufc-
yiiance are earnestly requmted to
.ssemble at- the court house in
Perry nest Saturday, January 4tb,
at 2- n’cloek ,p. m. Business of
mpyrtance is' to be attended ..to..
C. A. Thursionc,
—It is to be sincerely hoped
that the connty political campaign
-will not open as early this year as
it did two years ago.
—Any one wishing to gin cotton
at the Perry Tanety Works this
season, will please bring it in im
mediately, as I shall take the press
out next week.
E. J. Fullee, Lessee.
^ eD , S ^ , J. ys CASSOIERES, irom 25c. to 81.25 per vaid.
Men s CORKSCREW and BLUE FLANNEL SUITS at310 00
Laches and Men's GOSSAMERS and RUBBEk COATS '
Ladies aud Men’s, Boys’ and Girls’ RUBBER SHOES
Men s and Boys’ SHIRTS from 50c. to §1.25 each
§10.00 to°§1500 arrel BEEE0H - L0ADI N*' SHOT GUNS, Lorn
Large lot of PORCELAIN PLATES, CUPS and SAUCERS,
cheaper than granite. •
che £? a f. the ^ ea P 0 st. all the standard Dry Goods,
Notions, Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Crockery arid Groceries.
^“Examine my stock, end get prices.
H TJ7E5, 3ST-I TlJEE
IIJQTJi! i Ml
-§§*iV-I ir! in in ifei f
Parlor Suite, Chamber SuiIs, Bedsteads, CIiair.s.Tables
Safes, Mattresses, Bureaus, ete.ofall descriptions.
Complete Undertaking Department.
p| p CeHMliOl
And GENERAL GROCERS,
IwlR i 0j
461 ’ 463 > 465 Mulberry Sti-ee t, ... MACON, GA.
f f haadl ' m * COTTON ’ ^agamofferoursemcesto
tne planters of Houston and contiguous counties.
Advances Mads on COTTON in STOBE at 8 Per Cent.
The Underwriters have fixed the rate of
INSURANCE ON COTTON IN OUR WAREHOUSE
LESS than any other house in the City.
We give our personal attention to all business, and treat all patrons with fail-
ness and courtesy,
A„^S fc ' ClaSS stfppHe8 <>“ hand,arid Rust Proof O its a sowhltv
a.ug. io—6ms. ^ ^
DAYIS :& BALKCOM.
CLARENCE H. CUBBEDCE,
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER.
572 CHERRY STREET. MAcON, GEORGIA.
rockerf, Oiasswan, Tinware,
“Excelsior 11 and “Capiiola’ Sores and flanges,
JOHNSON & ESTES
554 to 560 Poplar Street, Campbell & Jones’ Old Stand.
EITHER FOR CASH OR ON TIME
A FULLLINE OF BEST GRADES OF AMMONIATED GUANO
ACID PHOSPHATE and COTTON SEED MEAL always ob hand
&Jimeisoma fan* -rii. b„ Sm “
pleased to have his friends remember him.
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