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 - have some thereto." SCHOOLS Daily) his usual...
have some thereto." SCHOOLS Daily) his usual Superin Jerome di interest at situation towns, Je which relationship than sever, the numbei number ol fact in thit of the (From Sunday's Daily) Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Perrett, the former general foreman of the U. V. & P.' railway, are to make Prescott their home at an early date, purchas ing yesterday from William Shaw, the home builder, a modern bunga low situated on South Mt. Vernon street, the price paid being $5,000, considered as a bargain. This home is one of the many constructed by Mr. Shaw, and combines every feature of comfort and utility, with an up-to-date regard in arrangement and substantial construction. Miss Thelma Perrett is now in the city', a student of the Prescott Business Col lege, and is preparing to occupy the home, her parents to join her later. Mr. Shaw also reports that he has others interested, and the coming, of and the in complaint within day on this days, mons of And if you tiff against and pended. said of (Seal)

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  1. Weekly Journal-Miner,
  2. 28 Jan 1920, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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