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J. I/. M IMS, - - - EDITOR
ONE ?EAR $1 50
SIX MOUTHS .75
WEDNESDAY JULY 15, 1908.
The worth of the state, in the
loni; run, is the worth of the l
individuals composing lt.
The Elberta is queen and the7
watermelon kiug in thia part of
The great majority of the Demo
cratic hosts in convention as
sembled have agreed upon Bryan
?nd Kern as the staudard bearers ;
now, let the minority fall in line,
giving loyal and. hearty support
lo the chosen leaders.
Mr.] Lewis W* Parker, who is
president of more cottou mille
tbau any otheT mau in South
Carolina, is now weaving-awns
and-other fine cotton fabrics in
some of his mills. This is a step
in the right dirfction. Southern
consumers /have* paid uortheru
manufacturers enormous profits
oh this class of goods long enough.
South Carolina merchants should
purchase the product of Mr. Par
ker's mills and aid in every pos
sible wayvin creating a home de
mand for southern made fabrics.
T/he Baptist Sunday school
convention . of this county will
meet with the Clark's Hill church
on July 22ud and 23rd. Every
Sunday school should send full
delegations, and every speaker
who is ou the program should be
on hand with a good speech. or a
carefully written paper upou the
subject assigned. Edgefield coun
ty will have a number of large
political gatherings] this summer,
and why not also have large re
ligious gatheringSjgiviug the latter
the tiree and attention that they
Some Corning Events.
Probably never before in the
history of our (couuty has lhere
been 6uch a feast of good things
scheduled for the heated term as
have been arranged for the next
ixty days. Surely, After the crops
re (/'laid by" and all lines of
usiuessare practically at a stand
ill in mid-summer, no one will
- +rt Kio tbftmaelves away to
XlJU ^*Wl*b ^IVUi?. ItilA ~ T-T - Y m m,_.
irmony Friday, July 17th.
The Baptist Sunday school con
ation convenes at Clark's Hill
Wednesday and Thursday,
ly 22nd-23rd. -
Dounty Democratic Executive
committee meets in the court
house Wednesday, July 22nd.
First county campaign meeting
. at Johueton Thursday July, 23rd.
Hussar picnicN at Laraham
Spring, Friday, July, 24tb.
Campaign meeting at Berea
Saturday, July 25th.
-\ Twentieth annual picnic at Cen
tre Spring, W?dues 1 ay, July, 29th.
Senatorial and congressional
campaign meeting at Edgefield,
Thursday, July 30th.
Campaigu meeting at Red Hill
Saturday, August 1st.
Election for cotton weigher at
Edgefield, Monday, August 3rd.
Campaign meeting at Rehoboth1*
Tuesday, August 4th.
Campaign meeting at Parks
ville Thursday, August .6th.
. Campaign meeting at Lanham
Spring Saturday, August 8th.
Summer term of court convenes
Monday, August 10th.
The final campaign meeting at
j Edgefield Saturday, August 22nd.
: Primary election Tuesday, Au
Woman's Missionary Union at
i Berea Thursday, August 27th.
The Edgefield Baptist associa
tion will be held at Mountain
Creek church on Tuesday and
Wednesday-, September the Sth
Finally, the second primary
election on Tuesday, September,
-By that time Ki?g Cotton will
. be enthroned again. The people
i will then eschew pleasure and
politics and turn their attention
Candidates, clip the foregoing
schedule and paste it in your
memorandum book for future
Great Throng Spent Pleasant
and Profitable Day at Re
Since coming among us, some
twelve years ago, Rev. J. T. Lit
tlejohn has done a great work
among the people of the western
half of Edgefield county. H9 not
only preaches to them from one of
bis four churcbos every Sunday
but he mingles with them in their
home life and in tbeir business
life during the week. Their joys
have b??en his, j^ys, t*heir . orrows
his so?tows. Their homes have
always been open to bim aud his
Aappy home always opeu to them.
Indeed the relations that have ex
isted at all times between pastor
and people have oeen mutually
helpful and peculiarly happy.
Thip, iu part at JeaBt, accouuts fe
the wonderful amou?t of gacd
thal Mr. Lit?ejohu bas done and
is doing on tho west-side.
In compliance with a request
from some of the members of Re
hoboth church, Mr. Littlejohn ar
ranged for a .temperance rally at
that church ou Suuday last.
Owing to the crowded condition
of the building, a song aud prayer
service was held instead of the
regular Sunday tcbool exercises.
Miss Weinona Strom presided at
the organ and Mr. L. F. Dorn, of
Parksville, gave valuable assist
ance to the choir.
At the? conclusion of the song
service Hon. G+> C. Featherstone,
of Laurens,- was introduced, and
with his matchless eloquence,
cogent argument and convincing
array of facts aud figures upon the
question of prohibition he helcl
the closeet attention of the very
large coi-gregation for more than
an bour. He urged ?pou his hear
ers tbe importance of rearing a
generation of e~ber young men to
take the places of the old men wbo
are rapidly passing from the scene
of .action. Mr. Featherstone read
a cold-blooded appeal that is made
bv liquor men urgirg that every
effort be made to create an appe
tite for driuk among the boys. On
this the future of thiir business
Decisions from, the State and
United States Fupreme courts were,
read in which it was declared that
the . liquor busiuess, owiug to its
baneful effects upon individuals
and upon society, differs from
other lines of business and muit
be pleated differently.
Mr. Featherstone presented a
strong array of facts and fleures,
setting forth conditions in the
"dry" counties of the state as
compared with conditions in the
4,wet" counties, which proved con
clusively that every corrmuuity,
'every county, is profited by
abolishing the sale of whiskey.
In a most effective and con
vincing manner, he auswered the
argument advanced by those who
advocate the sale of liquor for the
profit that is made out of it. He
said that the profit, so-called, al
ways comes out of our own peo
ple, aud that aman spends a dol
lar cut of one pocket in order to
put a quarter in the othar.
Mr. Featherstouo urged the
cbuicb members and Christian
people to 3laud firm, stand to
gether, and move forward]) as one
man in their efforts to stamp out
this world-wide evil.
We regret that limited space
precludes the possibility of re
porting this magnificent address
at greater length.
At the conclusion of Mr. Feath
ers'tcne's address, the co?igregation
was dismissed for an bour. Dur
ing this time the tremendous
crowd, almost every section of the
county being represented, enjoy
ed the great feast that had been
provided by the good women of
-Rehoboth. The dinner on thia oc
latter referred to the great prog
ress that the prohibition cause
had made in the past and of the
indications of still greater prog
ress in future. Mr. Littlejohn
also epDke of the important part
that the Christian women of tho
couutry are taking in this great
reform movement, and commend
ed the good women of our couuty
for their very zealous and un
tiring efforts in ?he cause of tem
Judgiug from numerous re
marks that were heard after the
large congregation was dismissd,
much lasting good will result
from the temperance rally at Re
Campaign Meeting in Aiken
? County Broken up by
In voting to retain their dis
pensaries, the people of Aiken
couuty sowed to the wind and
they are now reaping the whirl
wind. 'When the conditious iu
this couuty, where no whiskey is
legally sold, are contrasted with
conditions as below set forth in
Aiken county, Edgefield bas large
ly the advantage. The recent
couuty campaign raeetiug at
Yonce's Mill is described as fol
lows in the Aiken Recorder:
"Mr. Croft, the first speaker,
was given a respectful hearing
and occasionally applauded bv
his admirers. When Mr. Gyles be
gan speakiug. a man from Gran
iteville or Warreuvilje placed
himself in front of the speakf,
and began to make discourteous
remarks. Soon a man from the
neighborhood of the Palmetto
farms placed himself to one side
of the speaker aud began inter
rupting him. In a few minutes
others joined them. It was plain
that some of them were under the
influence of liquor.
"After a while Mr. Gyles re
quested the chairman to keep or
der as bis time was limited. It is
said that the chairman turned
and looked at the mau
from near the Palmetto farms,
but said nothing and made no
effort to preserve order. Then a.
young mau on the opposite si??? of
the stand began hurrahing for
I Gyles and the others began to use
I profane language aud th<? fight
"Several men rushed up to en
deavor to prevent fighting, but the
man from near the farms turned
on them and began cursing tSe*?).
and drew a large knife aud tried
to use it, but was prevented.
Pistols were orawn and it was ob
vious that when these QIHU from
a distance began to curse a id
fight, the men of the Yonc-'n
Mill section, their friends forget
ting Ibe differences of politics
rushed in to defend them; and it
was soon seuu that they wer?
largely in the majority.
"Two ladies faiuted.
_'Tbe _ people scattered and ont
a fourth of them took any. furber
inter?s!; in the speaking, lu a
short time another drunken mai?
who bad a pistol buckled arouud
his waist got into a fight aud it
required gr-^at efforts to prevent
another serious difficulty. Im
mediately after dinner (he ladies
began to leave and- when the last
speeches were mude there were
few present, and many wer<) heard
to assert that they would never at
tend another campaign mpeting.
"It ia said that nobody com
manded the peace nor called
on the bystanders to assist :
quelling the disturbance, al
though there were peace officers
in the grounds;
"The names of the men v,ho
started the disturbance are known
and there are many witnesses who
saw i>. and if the officers do no'
bring them to justice th? grand
jury should lakw a hand."
Great Day at Meriwether.
The fourth annual meeting of
the Savannah Valley Association
of Farmers Clubs was held at
Meriwether hall on Thursday last.
The attendance was something
like 2,000 people, and everybody
enjoyed tue day to toe fullpst ex
tent. Besides the candidate?, the
attendance from all parts of Edge
field county was very laige. Au
gusta, Aiken and Barnwellcouu
ties also sent large delegations.
Dr. J. E. Green a charter member
of the organization was 're-elected
president of th? association.
That very successful former and
most excellent citizen of which
Edg^field count* is justly very
proud. Mr. P. M. M*.rki.>Tt. waa
elected a member of th^sxecutive
Besides the magnificent fr-e
dinner, music, and dancing by
the young p?ople, au attractive
feature of the dav's program ware
the splendid'addresses.;' Capt. N.
G. Evans wa* one of the orators
of the dav. Of his address tb? Au
gusta Chronicle had the follow
ing to say:
"Capt. N. G. Evans, nf Rd?e?
field, was then introduced and an
iible address io which a humber
of mooted questions relating to
agricultural and economic qu?
tions were d;velt upon and in
telligently discu'sed, s irred the
audience" to appr?ciative and
Beautiful Tribute to the La
mented Mrs. john Lake.
Moy 23rd, 1908.
My d?ar Mrs. Mims:
of you and others of Mr. Lake's
friends in the homeland throush
our dear Mr.?. Lake, 1 have asked
for your address and now take the
liberty MDf writing to you, asl
..Jcnow that ven and otbersjwould
stomach, from which she had been
suffering off and on for several
years, and brought about by ber
frequent and Jong trips into the
interior when laboring so faith
fully in the mountains of the
Hakka country where she ofteu
had to live for weeks io damp
and uuhealthy chapels without
the proper food she needed.
'When she was married to Mr.
Lake a little less than a year ago,
we, her friends, rejoiced that she
now needed no longer to take
thest? awful trips alone, but.it was
too late her health was already
failing and in spite of the most
tend?r, constant care which her
more than devoted husband gave
her/her frail body gave way to
that dreaded disease dysentery.
She had literally given her life
for the women of China. She died
For a month before her death
she had beeu very unwell, really
ill by spells, but her bravery de
ceived her friends and no one sus
pected bow grave was the dauger
until just one week before the end
carno when the attanding physi
cian reco.ninondcd that she should
be takeu to the hospital iu Hong
Kong uutil she should be able to
travel to America-.
She was taken to the hospital
on Thursday and even on Sunday
following there seemed some hope
of recovery. On Monday Mr.
Lake's telegiara renehed us saying
she was very ill. We, Dr. Hayes
aud I, hastened to Hong Kong,
reaching there on Weduesday
morning when she had been with
Jesus nearly two hours. She was
as beautiful in death as' io life.
One might have thought that she
was asleep enjoying sweet dreams
of an innocent babe. We laid hpr
away in the beautiful cem?tery in
Hong Kong overlooking t he har
bor where she landed five and a
half years ago when she came to
give her life for China. Th^ funer
al was beautiful and impressive,
many friends from Canton and
Hong Kong being present, who
came to pay . the Jast tribute to
her whom all loved and revered
from the Am?rica-i Consul down
to the CHneee coolie. Tru'v to
know ber was tu love aud esteem
lu her were; most beautifully
blended the sweiit, tender graces
of womanhood with remarkable j
strength of purpose. und charac
ter. She was a tender living wif \?
the truest of friends and her deep.!
devotion to her Lord and his work j
was well known to Him, herf'd-l
low workers and to those fur whom j
she gaze her life. Ob, Low 1 h?*y
loved her and how Mad are the I
hearts of the hundred*, she bad
told the sweet gospel Struy to an I
yet she lives in them, and throimh
them will yet. reach out for the
sou's in darkuess.
When she was al ine in the in
terior and her frail body ached
y?MWi nunn it?tii
%\ Thc Planter's loan::
S : and Savings Bank jj
% ; Augusta, Ca. ; ;
- ? Pays Interest on Deposits, ..
- * Jfr Accounts Solicited. . .
^ LC.H?YNF., CHAS. G. HOWARD\?
- . RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000. ..
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEMEIDAY, JULY 18, 1908.
?M-11 ll 1 H-Ml l-l M IIWA
THE NATIONAL .BANK OF AUGUSTA, J ;
AUGUSTA, GA. , ,
L. C. HAYNE, CHAS. E. CLAJiK, ..
Surplus & Profits $190,000.03.
The business of our out-of-town friends
'$* receives the same careful attention aa. t.ii nt
.j* of our local depositors. Tho accounts of
?careful conservative peoplesolicited.
AN ORDINANCE. ?
To fix Licenses for the Town'
of Edgefield on Business, Oc
cupations and Professions
From July 15th, 1908 to
July 15th, 1909, and to Pro
vide for the Collection of the
Be it Ordained By The Town
Council of Edgefield, S. C., And
By Authority O? Saino.
SKC 1. That the following li
censes on business, occupation
and profession to be paid by the
person or persons carrying ou or
engaged in said business, occupa
tion or profession shall be levied
and collected fyr Ibo term ending
Julv loth, 1909, payable July 15th,
190S, or within thirty days there
after, aud execution with a penal
ty ten (10) per cent upou the
amount of said licenses shall be
issued and enforced for all such
iicenees unpaid at the expiration
of that time. Provided ; that per
sons entering into business, occu
pation or profession prior to Julv
15th, 1909, shall be required to
take out a license as provided for
persons who are doing business
in the town of Edgefield, S. C.,
July 15-h, 190S, except 6uch per
sons applying for licenses after
February 15tb, 1909, shall pay oive
half the license for the remainder
of the license year, end no license
shn 11 be issued for a leps period
tbau one half of one year, as fol
lows, to wit :
Agents for or dealers in
fertilizara for tales of 100
. tons or less, $5 00
For each additional 100
tons or fraction thereof, 2 00
Auctioneer except exempt
by statute for each sale 1 00
Agente selling or dealing in.
i>^l'-nt rights, wheihT in
stare, or on s'reet, 25 00
Agents or dealers i u sewing
machines, 5 00
Aleuts for or dealers in
pianos and organs. 5 00
Agents real esta.e buying,
rent mg ur selling, 5 00
A|ents insurance company,
life or fire, where net com
missions amount to $200
or less 3 00
from-$200 to $500 $5 and
$1 for e-ch additional $100
or fraction r hereto f,
Ag '?>'.- binders, r aper? mow
<- ?vu-d harv*, aters and
other f a rm iuipiemHiirs ex
c -pt where b?ugb.t und
bi.ld is other merchao
' djee, , . 5 00
Banks, for each $1,000 or
fraction thereof of c-ipital
stock . 1 00
B?kers, 1 00
Barbers, first chair, 2 50
each additional chair 1 00
Billiard and pool tablas,
where run for profits
each 25 CO
Blacksmith ebon, first
forge, 2 5C
each additional forge 1 0C
Bunding and loan associa
tion or agent thereof, 10 00
Circus or menagerie, $10 to .
$i00 in advance, in the dis
cretion of the Mayor,
Circus, each fide show, $2 to
$25 in the discretion of the
Mayor ir. advauoe,
Commission marchant aud
brokers, 5 00
Cotton buyer. 5 00
Cotton seed buyer, 5 00
Contractor for contract of
less than $100 1 00
Contractors for over $100
and les.s than $1,000 5 00
For each additional $1000
or fraction thereof, 2 00
Sub-contractors shall be lia
ble for a like liceuse tax
Cotton Factory and oil mill
for each $1,000 or friction
thereof of capital stock, 100
Cotton gin, 3 00
for each additional gin, 2 00
Cannery, 2 50
Dentists, Lawyers, Doctors
and veterinarian, for $1000
or less, 7 .50
For each additional $1000
or fraction thereof, 2 50
Drays, one horse, 3 QO
Drays, two horses or more, 5 00
Drug.-, or medicines, not pav
ing a general merchandise
license euch, for first day,
For each additional day, 3 00
Dealers in horses and mules
as drovers, for Ci.ch horse
or mule sold 3 00
Wood, coal, etc. 2 50
Dyer and presser, 5 00
Express companies for busi
ness done in the state,
and not including that
done without the state,
and n it government busi
ness 50 00
Fr-'sh tish and oysters 5 00
Fruit tree agent per day 1 00
ppr year 3 00
Ehrel?, transient hoard*T 5 00
il.trser, mules, p-rsons sell
ing at ?UC ion, tor pach
horse or mule sold 2 00
Infnranc? Comp ?ny, fire, life
and each i usu *a nc? compa
ny of any kind, or any com
pany or c irporaiion or so
ciety having insurance
features other than char
itable -r benevolent 2 50
Tee dealer 2 50
Icecream peddlers 2 50]
Job priii1 inn and soliciting
agent 3 001
Livery and feed stables,
keeping 1 horan and not
over 5 10 00
.Tor each additional boree 2 00
Lumberyard 5 ?0
Millinery not carried with
general stock 00
Map agents per day 1 00
Mattress and feather renova
tors per da}', for each so
licitor 2 00
Merchants'licenses shall be
as follows :
W H Turner $15, J M Cobb
$15, W E Lynch & Co. $20, J W
Peak $12 50,W W Ad M ms & Co $25
Jones <fe Son $12 50, G E May $10,
May & Prescott $15, Ra-nsey it
Jones $35. J E Hurl $15, W A
Hart $7.50, Jackson & Johnson
$7.50, T E Lamb $5, R T Scurry
$5, J Hubenstein $25, Edgefield
Meicantile Company $50, DunO;
vant & Co. $7.50, W L Dunovant
$15, Penn & Holstein $20, Porn
& Mirns $15, B Timmons $15, J
L Hart $7.50. I Donen $5, Mon
roe Ouzts $5, Mellicbamp Bros.
$5. J Marion Onzte, $5
Newspaper 8 00
Oculist or optician 3 00
Oculist or optician, travel
ing per day 3 00
Organ grinders 1 00
Photographers 3 00
Photographer?, itinerant, per
week or fractiouiil part
thereof 3 00
Peddlers per day at the dis
cretion of Mayor $1 to 10 00
Planing mills 10 00
Railroad for busiuess doue
within tho Ptate not in
cluding that done without
the state, or interstate com
merce and not including
that done for tbe goveru
ment 150 00
Restaurants 2 00
Repair shops, carriage and
WMgon 5 00
Soda fountain not connect
ed with other busiuess 3 00
Sale stables. 15 00
Standing of stallion or
jackass 5 00
Telegraph companies, for
business done withiu the
state and not including
that done without the
elate or for the govern
ment 20 00
Telephone company for bus
iuess done wilbin the
stale ?ind not including
th-it done without the state
or for the government 50 00
"Wholesale dealers in kero
sene oil $10 00
Watchmaker and jnvele*, for
repairing and selling, or
either 2 00
All licenses shall he issued by
tho Clerk as herein provided. If
it b? a rirrn. shall on tai ti the
name of the firm' proposing to do
business under sam?, and all the
names of individuals composing
such firm. It' it be a corporation,
it shalt contain, the name of the
as herein provided, upon convic
tion shall be fiued not less than
oue dollar, nor more tban one
hundred dollars per day, or frac
tion thereof, or be imprisoned in
the county jail, or be sentenced
to hard labor on the streets or the
public works of the town for a
period of not less than one nDr
more than thirty days for each
and every dav, or fraction thereof,
such busiue-s or profession is
carried on without, such license.
Fo" any business, call ?ng, occupa
tion or profession not enumerated
in the foregoing, a license tax of
not more than $25 shall be paid
to the * clerk by pprson, firm or
corporation engaged or running
same. All licensee issued under
this ordinance shail be posted in
aonspicuou8 place on premis?s
where busiuess or profession is
carried on, and subject to inspec
tion at any and all times by the
officeis of the town.
Any person or persons failing to
post said liceuse shall bs subject
to a fiue of not more than five dol
lars or imprisonment for not more
than ten days.
Any firm or officer of any cor
poration making any false or
fraudulent returns where a return
under oath is by this ordinance
required, shall, ut "?o conviction,
'?e fined not less than twenty-five
dollars nor more than fifty dol
?ais or be imprisoned not more
than tl 'rty days nor less than
thirty days at the discretion of
Any prrsou, firm or corporation
liable to the license tax herein be
fore set forth, whose said tax is
regulated by the amount of busi
ness done or the amount of stock
carried, is required to-make a re
turn uuder oath to the clerk of the
town council on or before the 15th
day ot' August, 190S, and on fail
ure so to do buch person or officer
or agent of such firm or corpora
tion shall be liable to a line of uot
exceeding one hundred dollars or
imprisonment not exceeding thir
ty days for each and every day or
frnohon thereof such person, or
officer, or Hg?nt aforesaid shall b*
in def mit of making such return.
AU licenses issued under the
foregoing sections are NON
TRANSFERABLE AND WILL
ON LY PROTECT THOSE TO
WHOM THEY ARE ISSUED.
D me and ra'ifi?d in town coun
cil assembled this the 21st June
C E May, Mjyor,
W H Hnrliiig,
Wu p.'ll the "Hic'inev" and
'OM Hickory" wagons,which have
.?to-i i th^ s'-VHT'-st test >n this sec
tion for many years. Two ors now
on thu ruad.
Rame '3 & Jones.
EDGEFIELD, S C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W". ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINSKOR
J. AI. (.'OBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, 0. C F v, LI. KP.
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. sn EPF ARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prei dent.
E. J. M1M S, Cashier -
J, H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal termf.
Prompt and polite attention to bias
YOUR Account Solicited
J AS. S. BYRD,
SURGEON DENTIST, "
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?jg?*Gfflce over Post-Office.
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. 1 rep-1
resent a very strong line of
FIRE - - -
Agent for the largest
UFE - - -
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a share of yourbusi-;
ness. 1 can be found at my]
office-Office No. 2---over Bank of
We are closing out all S
Colored Lawns, Muslins, S
ity, Organdy, Mulls and S
prices. Also special prices <
Madras, Swisses, Linons, ft
Ribbons in all widths and c
Quality the best and prices lc
25 per cent.
Ladies arid Misses ready-to
Out Pnces. Ladies and Mis
Spring and Summer Suits are
"inst be closed out to make rc
You to Set:
We are offering part of o
some low prices in Embro
See our Mosqi
GET YOUR LAUNE
to tb? man wlio gives bie min?!
to hip h??l?ess. You cannot d i
that if you spend htflf bf your
time in worrying c#er how lo
guard your cash. No-way you
can devise is ag'eale aa df-po?ij
ing it in
THE FARMERS BANK
Open au accouut to-day and
you can give all }our jitien'ioii
ro your business without having
the siigtest worry abouts the
safety of what you already have.
The Farmers Bank
of Edgerield, S. C.
1 now represent a strong
line of Fire Insurance
Companies and can insure
Your patronage will be
Fi -a mi
Walter C.. Miller,
731 Green St., Augusta, Ga.
Dr. ^Miller is ably assisted by
Dr; J ames A. Dobey formerly of
ipring and Summer goods.
>ilk Foulards, Batiste, Dim
?wisses at greatly reduced
3n White Lawns, Organdies
lulls and Laces.
:oIors from No. 1 to No. 100.
?wer than any former price by
wear Hats at Barge .in or Closing
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all on our Bargain counters and
?om for fall goods.
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