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WEDNESDAY. NOV. 28.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
The Common Pleas court is in ses
sion at yis writing. -
The population of Edgefield county,
is, 25,478 according .to the census re
port of 1900.
From summer's heat to wiuter's cold
is the way our thermometer did us on
Sunday night last.
Lot in town of Modoc, 33x100 feet.
Price $60. Apply to W. N. Burnett,
Beal Estate Agent. 6m
For your: Christmas, in jewelry,
watches, diamonds, go to Wm. Schwei
gert & Co., Augusta Ga.
FOR RENT-From Jan. 1st, 1901, the
store at present occupied by T. A.
Odom. Apply at the Advertiser office.
To-morrow, Thursday, is- Thanks
giving Day.- We suppose the:e will
be service in our churches, or some of
them at least.
Mrs. Robert H. Covar left our town
on Sunday afternoon for Augusta
where she will spend some time with
relatives and friends.
Contrary to expectations the sweet.
- potatoer.rop in Edgefield county this
year is a big one and they are unusual
ly sweet and appetizing. .
Mrs F. W. P. Butler has returned
from Columbia, where she went to at
tend the m.trriage of her cousin, Miss
Isabelle Robertson, of that city.
The Advertiser, The Cultivator, and
The Constitution, all three for two
dollars and a half. Now is the time to
get a good stock of reading for 1901.
Star service change bas been ordered
in South Carolina from Edgefield to
Psrksville, from November 13, omit
Seigler, decreasing distance one
Mrs Ida Sheppard will occupy the
house at present tenanted by C. H.
Fisher. Mr. Fisher and family will
board temporarily with Mr. Pig
Mr J. H. Reel, of Cleora, carried 40
bushels of wheat to Eidson's roller
flour mill at Johnston last week, and
bas a few more bushels of wheat left at
home for sale.
At this writing the small grain crop
. in Edgefield county looks magnificent,
oats and wheat high enough to hide a
rabbit in many sections. And the
farmers.are still-sowing. ,
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL Toxic. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure-no pay. Price 50c
Clerk-elect Cogburn will take charge
of his office about the 1st of December.
We welcome Mr. Cogburn to our town.
He and his family will be desirable
acqnisitions_to our society. For the
past eight years Mr. John B. Hill hus
been a most efficient and popular offi
cer, none better, and in his retirement,
temporary or otherwise, he will carty
with him the good wishes of a large
part of Our people.
It is proposed to have a re-union of
Co. B, Sixth Cavalry, at Edgefield
some time nexi spring or summer.
This company was commanded at first
by Capt. Lewis Jones, late of our town.
Col. U. B. Brooks, of Columbia, wi.'lbe
, invited to give an account of the cav
alry fight at Trevillian station in
which Gen. M. C. Butler lost his leg.
A.F. Broadwater, B. F. Glanton, Co)
U.R. Brooks, and. others, are working
for the re-union.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING j
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill !
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it is simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c
The First National Bank of Bates
burg has received its first installment
'of bank notes from the Comptroller of
the Currency in denominations of
$5 00, $10.00 and $20.uO, which bas been
signed up by.the President, Mr. D.P.
Hartley, and Cashier W. W. Watson,
and put into circulation in the commu
nity.- The Batesburg people are proud
of the success their banking enterprise
is making, an i they have real "Bates
burg money" now.
WANTED-Salesmen to sell Lubri
cating Oils, Greases, Belting, and Spe
cialties to tbresbermen, on commis
sion. Good goods and liberal proposi
tion. Address giving references. THE
HOWARD OIL"& GREASE Co., Cleveland,
For Rent-The house at present
occupied by Mrs Ida Sheppard with
land attached. There is on tb?- place a
good barn, subies, tenant house, gai -
den, etc. Apply to O. Sheppard Esq.. in
person or by letter. Land enough for
a one horse farm.
While the looal market has not ad
vanced the price of salt, yet the con
sumers may as well prepare them
selves for paying more for that neces
sary of life than they have been doing.
No valid reason can be urged for the
raise, but it is announced that the salt
combine has run the price of common;
table salt from $1.10 to $2 50 per 100
pounds. This is a foretaste of what
we must expect under the new lease
of life given the trusts by the re-elec
tion of McKinley. .
Comptroller General Derham was
as/ed about a probable extension of
thc time for the payment cf taxes by a
Columbia Record reporter a few days
ago, ana he said le for one wcAild not
recommend it. He said in cases of
*'hard years" it was well enough to re
lieve the people from the penalty, but
in thia year of prosperity he could not
see why the taxes could not be paid
in the ordinary time. Governor Mc
sweeney expressed similiar senti
ments, and said be could see no reason
for an extension of the time.
TEACHER WANTED-To teach a small
country school,commencing Jan. 1st,
1901. Address ?X X," Edgefield, 8; C.
All of our stores including the
Telephone exchange will be closed cn
Thursday of this week. Thanksgiving
A SPECIAL INVITATION is ex
tended you by A. F. Giovanni to call
and see bim at 1010 Broad street, Au
gusta, Ga., where he has openei a New
Saloon. He is carrying, a full and
complete stock of Fine Liquors and
Smoker's Sundries. Special attention
to the jug trade.
Mr. Paul Quattlebaum, of Blackville,
Barnwell county, has rented the house
of Col. John K. Abney, and will move
thereto as soon as he can get posses
sion. Mr. Quattlebaum has seven chil
dren and he comes to our town for the
purpose of patronizing the South
Carolina Co-Educational Institute.
This gentleman is a nephew c?f Gen.
Paul Quattlebaum, whom many of our
older readers will remember.
We call the special attention tf our
readers to the advertisement of Dr.
W. Luther Jones veterinary surgeon
and dentist, offlice and infirmary at
B. L. Jones's stables. Dr. Jones ha?
enjoyed special advantages not only
in having graduated in a high grade
veterinary college in Canada but he
bas also had a careful training ano
practice in foreign lands. It will be re
membered that Dr. Jones bas recently
returned from South Africa, where he
was employed in the English army,
and bad exceptional advantages for
seeing and learning all about the
lower order of the animal creation,
their diseases and the cures for them.
Read the doctor's advertisement in
The Common Pleas was promptly
called on Monday morning. The first
case on the docket was the Townes
case, but as no one seemed to be ready,
the case stood over until Tuesday.
In the meantime the case of Doolittle
against the Southern Railway comp
any was put upon trial and the court
isengaged .thereon at this writing. Mr.
Doolittle was killed at Bath several
months ago und this suit is in behalf
of his widow who is represented by
Messrs. Thurmond & Calhoun and
Col. Croft. The amount sued for is
$1,990. Visiting attorneys are B. L.
Abney and Mr. Thompson of Columbia,
Col. G. W. Croft of Aiken and Messrs
Davidson and Barrett of Augusta, who ]
represent the city of Augusta In the
Townes suit. This case will probably
consume three days of this week in its
A SkulrProbably Cracked.
Mr. James Hogan, a citizen of <
Fort Mill, S.C.. was lodged in
the ??uard house last night, on the
charge of haviug assaulted Mr. 1
James M. Cook, at the Atherton J
Mill. Hogan started out for home
after dark, with a good stock ol j
liquors in his buggy, in addition .
to the fuel which he had already
absorbed. Driving by the Ather- '
ton mill, he got into a controversy -
with Mr. Cook, au>
with a buggy whip
end of it on Mr. C
a result of MB bk
scalp was severel}
the two doctors w
had to do a good d
and plastering. ]
tell m?ch about i'
Cook could not, b
Franklin may be
straight of the bc_o at tomor- I
row morning's session of the court, t
The doctors say that Cook is very
badly hurt and may posbibly be .
suffering from a fractured skull.
Hogan's stock of original packages *
ia in charge of Night Turnkey i
Summerrow.-Charlette Observer. \
Lee Did Not Hesitate. ,
The Charleston News and J
Courier of Wednesday published
the following letter from Gen. 1
Wade Hampton and addressed to 1
the editor of that paper:
"My Dear Sir: In the News and
Courier of November 10 is an ?
appreciative tribute to Gen. Lee
by Mr. Haucael which I have
read with interest aud pleasure,
but the writer has fallen into an
error which I am able to corret on
the authority of Gen. Lee him
self. Mr. Hanckel intimates that j
Gen. Lee felt embarrassed in deter- '
mining the course he would take '
when the war between the states
took place, but in this he is mis
taken. He did not hesitate a
moment and while like many of 1
us who followed him, he doubtless i
regretted the war and doubted the |
wisdom of it, he felt that his duty i
demanded that he should give his ?
services to bis native state, and
he never for a moment regretted 1
that he had followed the dictates <
of duty. He once said that duty |
was the sublimest word in our <
language, and if eve f ^e was a
man whose every av toa was
prompted by a sense of duty he 1
surely was that man.
"come time after the close of ?
ihe war I had the pleasure of :
spending several days with tho
general at his home in Lexiugtou,
i.nd once while discussing the war (
he said; 'I ODly did what my duty I
demanded. I could have taken |
no other course without dishou- <
or, and if it was all to do over I
should act precisely as I did.'
"It was his inteution.io write a ,
history of tbe the war, bat, unfor- ,
tunately for the south and for the
truth of history death cut sheri .
his work. But he ad commenced
tbe work, iu which be began by
speaking of the differencus of
opinion as to the true construction
of the constitution and how these
opposing view3 were sown in th*
convention of 1881, and he then
went on tn say that those differeccs
in 1861 culminated in Hood, bu:
uot in treason.' If there fl as any
treason pertaining to the war, it
surely was not on the part of Gen.
Lee or of the south.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, > o pa>
Price 25 cents.
BOOK BAGS, BOOK STRAI
IRISH TABLETS, PENCIL TAB
The Most Complete
Ever Brought to Ed
W. E. L
DR. WHITSITT BOLDER.
He Declares Tbat the Southern
Baptists are Divided as to
Whether They Are Protestants.
Rev. Dr. William H. Whitsitt, <
late president of the Southern (
Baptist Theological semiuary, (
made A. notable address before the
Baptist CougresSjWhich has been in 1
?essiou at Richmond, Va.,in which E
be adhe/ed to his old position with *
reference to Baptist history, wh ich '
created such a controversy iu *he '
denomination, and his utterances I
?.ore even bolder than heretofore. 6
Dr. Whitsitt said : k
''Southern Baptists are divided
n sentiment. One party asserts '
hat Baptiste are not Protestants;. '
;he other asserts that no man can 1
.ie Baptist except in name only,
nark of Somanism. Many South- r
jrn Baptists deny that doctrine, j
The doctrinepthat baptism is essen- |
;ial to salvation appeared shortly ,
if ter the apostolic age, and brought t
in its wake a baptism of necessity. .
which, in all ages, has been (
2ommouly performed by aspersion j
md effusion. It was not long be- (
Fore the distinctive principle of r
baptism began by this means to be (
overthrown. The last man who is j
3hown to have held and practiced f
itwas Manus, who wrote a letter to (
Cyprian, of Carthage, about the \
year 225, in which he appears to f
have advocated the Baptist con- E
tention. After that date, though (
many churches and parties held t
md practiced immersion, no record \
[jas ever yet been discovered of ?
my who held and practiced that B
it is essential to baptism until the
Baptists were restored in 1641.
Furthermore, historic testimony
regarding the re-introduction of i
immersioD in 164 L, after the rite
bad long been disused, was abun- *
iant, defioite, circumstantial, con
sistent and quite as conclusive as
the historic testimony that
Napoleon the First was named 1
Emperor of France in 1804. , It is c
rejected by our Baptists who are '
?ot Protestants but that is merely f
the re?ult of their susbtantially ?
Rathol io positiou." v
Dr. .> h.tsitt declared: "So far v
?8 present research has gone, no P
Baptist has been found between c
A.. D. 255 and 1641, yet tho ex
igencies of the Baptists vho are |
jot Protestants absolutely re- t
juire that a chain of Baptists ?
shall be demonstrated to exist iii f
:he actual succession for every '
lay of that, period." 1
Buggies, Buggies, Buggies-A t
large stock thissaason. Tliti strongest \
iud cheapest eau be had only at A. t
rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga. \
J ALL IGOODS I
f MARKED IN \ HONEST GOODl
-- -? r ? -
?S, LUNCH BASKETS,
;LETS, SLATES and PENCILS.
Line of Stationery
i Y INT C Hi
Paper From Cotton Seed.
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 22.-The
Journal this atternoou says that
plans have been con su mated here
[or the erection of ten plants for
?otton seen hulls into paper of
Robert Thomas of New York, at
jresent in this city, says that the
icbeme is being backed by the
National Saw company, with
?5,000,000 capital and that work
viii be begun in putting up the
slants in about thirty days. He
says he is also backed by the
Standard Oil company. , -
It is the intention to have the
'actories scattered well throughout
he cotton belt, and they will ex
.end from Texas to North Carolina.
The plan'.? will run with a capacity
if 125 to '200 tons each.
s more fun to see a man read a
)uff of himself in the newspapers
;han to see a fat man step on a
janana peel- The narrow-minded
nau reads it seven or eight times
md then goes around and steals
?-appropriates-what copies he
;an. The kind-hearted man goes
lome and reads it lo his wife,
ihen.pays hie dues to the paper.
The successful mau who adver
ases regularly and noakes money
Dy it, immediately starts out to
ind tba editor, and the two leave
,he sanctum and walk silently and
houghtfully down the street to
gether, ihe business man taking j
lugar in his, and they both eat a j
slove wo, and all life is sweeter,
md peace settles down on their
?earts for a moment. Such is the
ixperience that falls on diffe/entj
?h!s Signatare ls on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine T?weta
be remedy tbat earea a cold In one day
Goes to Bed With Boots On.
Omaha, Neb.. Nov. 20-Judge
Dickinson has just granted a de
:ree of divorce to Marie Schramm
rom Valemine Schramm on the
;ronnd of cruelty. The chief
[rounds upon which the acti<-TI
ras based wae that the injured
vite's father-in-law insisted upon
;oingto bed with his muddy boots
.'Your honor," declared Mrs.
Schramm, "I did not feel like
raying a pick and Bhovel to clean
he bed afterward, and I told Mr.
Schramm so but it did no good,
br he said his father had a. per
eet right to go to bed with his
loots on "
Rosenthal's has proven to be the
lest wearing: Buggy, combining style
vith quality. The most stylish for
he least money. What more do you
vam? A. Rosenthal, Augusta, Ga.
3 AT REASONABLE PRICES
The Land Slide Slid.
[Dick Nesbitin Baltimore Ameiican.J
The ' Demycratic papers-they hem,
an' haw, an' say,
"The reason why we Jost it soraethin'
like this way-"
An'then go on explainin' an' makin'
Along with "if," an' "therefore"-but,
lazy-what's the use?
Us Democrats in Bowersville-when
we are done we're did.
We know that all that happened was
Republican newspapers is full o'shouts
They ooze with giee an' glory, an
headlines ten feet long,
An'yell in big, black letters: "Twas
caused by so-an'-so"
An' show by facts an'flggers just how
she had to go. .
But, gee mun-nee! In Bowersville the
reason isn't hid
We know that just what bit us was
The country, just as happy-she's just
? as good an' grand
She'll goon just as paacerul, right at
the same old stand.
We got no cause to worry about the
There ain't no use to figger on what
has just whizzed by.
Myland! Down here in Bowersville,
when we are done we're did.
We know that what upset us was the
. Slid. .'
- Cotton Chat.
Tho past two weeks have shown
a gradual hardening in cotton
prices. Cotton bas been fetching
here, the last day or so, 101-16
for middlings while thu high
grades brought 10 3-8. More than
this there has been a good demand
for all offerings. These prires
that would haye been regarde J
late last summer jr for half A
score of years previous to that, as
being very high, are bringing out
from gin houses and elsewhere not
a small amount pf bald back cotton.
There seems to be quite a dis
position to realize at these prices,
and not to trust too much .on an
uncertain future-though there
certainly seems nothing in sight
that would indicate lower price
Cotton goode have climbed up.
The cause of this I quote as being
.'better times." But is it not
rather that thf- cotton mills of the
country are simply demanding
higher prices? I believe that it is
a fast that cotton would be pro
bably about 9c today, just as it was
four or five weeks ago, if it had
and the owner ot nuat product
have got a right to say what the
product shall fetch.
There was an incident that
come to light recently over in
South Carolina. A certain cotton
mill president engaged up to a
certain date this fall, all the crop
of a .certain planter gathered to
that date, at a certain price, lu- ?
stead of fetching in about 100 !
bales, the planter brought three or }
four-the mill president thinking,
of counse, that th9 balanc? were
In the gin house. To his amaze
ment-since there was to be $10 '
loss to him on each bale-he found
the planter had indeed brought
in allihat he had gathered up to
the Btated date, and Bince that date
had now arrived, the planter was .
gathering with a great force his .
very full-fields of the white staple,
and was realizing highest prices.
I shall not sit in judgment on the
fine morals as contained in this _
sase, but certain it is that when e
our cotton president draws up an- a
jther contract with a plain every
day farmer, he will draw it more
carefully; and possibly the farmer [J
himself, next year, will not rush
into future transactions.
iS TO THE PRODUCTS OF COTTON
Experimental investigations are (
in progress in the line of making
buman edible products out of cot
ton cake or meal. It is possible
that the next few years may j
witness the introduction of new j
products from them of greatest
The first cotton oil was made j
about 30 years ago. Yet last year
?15,000,000 of_oil was made and it
is estimated that nil of the indus
tries of thu country engaged ia
the utilization of cotton seed
added last year $500,000,000 to the c
wealth of th? country. Whenever
by-products from the farm become
of so much value above the or- f
iginal raw product, then the fann
el should carefully see that his
raw product, fetches the greater I
?.rice.-N. L. Willet, in Augusta i
Job Work of ali kinds at this
GEO. T. SHARPT0N.
EDO-E?irLD, s. o ;
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g. 1
I respectfully solicit th i patronage of i
the people ' J
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied byT.C. Strom. Price
$1600, one-third cash. Term? to suit
purchaser. W. N. Burnett, Beal Es
FOK SALE-One single story house
containing five rooms, hall and two
piazzas, situated on Main street, about
3C0 yards from Court House. Good
well of water and large garden, also a
good servants bouse and other im
provements. This is a very desirable
piece of property. Price $1,500. Ap
ply to W. N. Burnett, Beal Estate
For sale tin the town of Edgefleld,
one house and lot on south aide of Ge
ter street. House contai ns three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms" $250 cash, or $300 on time.
11% acres of land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300... W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgefleld, foui
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
485 acres desirable farm lands with
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. N. Burnett, Beal
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,in the town of Edgefleld; good
servants and other outhouses; also
good well of water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
I HEADQUARTERS \
! Guns, Pis???s, ?
. -AND- ?
. SPORTING GOODS, ;
! HEMSTREET'S \
. 557 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. ;
CHARLESTON & WESTERU
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.'
Schedule in effect Jan. Mi 1900.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson- 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens.... . 115pm 7 00am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'g9....4 05 pm .
Ar Spartanbuig.. 3 00 p m 9 00am
AriSaluda.... 5 23 pm
Ar Hendersonville 551 pm
Ar Ashville.700pm: .
Lv Ashville_ 820 a m .
Lv Spartanburg 1145 am 4 10pm
Lv Greenville.. ..ll 55a m 4 00 pm
ArLaurpnR.... ' an- 7 0"? ?
" Yemassee. 7 25 p m
" Beaufort. 815pm
" Port Royal. 8 25pm
u Charleston. 5 15 a m
? Port Royal. 7 30 a m
* Beaufort. 7 45 a m
" Yemassee./. 8 40 a m
M Fairfax. 9 40 am
" Allendale. 9 53 am
Ar Augusta. ll 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
ill points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to.tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
107 to 619 Broad Street.
First class in every respect. Trains
lass Broad street two doorg from hotel
ntranoe. Europaen plan Rooms 60c
nd 75c per day. Meals|to ' order. Kea
PUB QfTHKOF ?DGEFIELD
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
. C. SHEPPARD, Vt-, W. ADAMS,
. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
i. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLiiR,
\y. E. PRESCOTT.
'. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't;Cashier
Pays interast on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
foim pccooDt Solicites.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga.,
BIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects ot
sight, grinds the proper glasses and WAR
Lenses cut into your frame while you wait
FREE OF ^ a?GP. medicine orglastes
MACHINES $5, $10,
$15, at* $20 EACH.
Where have you been buy
ing your Sewing Machines,
all these years-your Or
gans> your Pianos,
Your Mnsical Instruments
OF ALL, KINDS,
Your Baby Carriages, Go
Carts and Bicycles ?
Organ? for Parlor,
Church end Schools
We presume you bought them from us, for there is not
a house nor a hamlet within a hundred and more miles of
Augusta, the occupant of which has not at some time traded
with us. The people by their patronage have helped us to
increase our business from small beginnings, until to-day
we occupy the largest and best stocked warerooms in the
whole South, and on our part, we have given our utmost en
deavors to please and satisfy everybody with the best value
for their money. ,
We have been urged of late years, time and time again,
To add furniture and house-furnishings by our thousands
of friends, to the end that they might procure them at
reasonable prices. Of all our triumph Furniture has been
the greatest, until to-day we have the largest floor space
occupied with the most desirable goods at the most reasonable
prices ever offered to the public in the Southland.
China Closets, Book
Cases, Wardrobes, Com
bination Cases, Lounges,
Bedroom Suites, Parlor
Suites, Dining Room
Suites, Enameled and
Brass Beds, Tables and
Chairs of all kinds.
Racks, Cocoa, Cotton
Jute, China and Japa
nese Mattings, Shades,
Stair and Hall Carpets,
and in Rugs and Art
China Casas In
Golden Oak, Walnut
We go north and abroad to challenge for variety of
designs, assortment of makes and lowness of price. When
you visit Augusta then we'll show the convincing .proof.
Church and School Organs always at special cut prices.
THOMAS & BARTON CO.
Agents for Standard Fashion Patterns.
Southern Agents for riaii's Burglar and Fire
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET
OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUSE.)
Orders for Tuning PromptlyJAtteDded T
iTOTICE is hereby given that the
.1 undersigned will make application
nto the Probate Judge, in and for
lie County of Edgeneld, State of
outh Carolina, on the 3rd day of De
smber, 1900, for a final discharge as
uardian of the Estates of Hortense
ad Elizabeth Padgett.
MRS. MARY PADGETT.
D T. GRICE.
HENRY C. WATSON*.
GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice'8 Old Stand.)
g0f Patronage of the public solic
ited. Prompt, faithful, and careful
service. Reasonable charges.
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