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WEDNESDAY, DEC, ll, 1901.
Another Atrocious Assault in i Iii s County.
Last Saturday afternoon, between 5
and (5 o'clock. Oliver McClinton, a
negro about 20 years old, commit ted a
criminal assault upon Miss Rebecca
Kelly, who lives alone on her planta
tion about three miles north of Melton.
Miss Kelly is about50years of age, and
a large, stout woman. The negro
slipped into her house and seized her.
She resisted his efforts with all her
might, and, after a hard struggle, in
which she was painfully bruised and a
severe wound inflicted on one of her
anus by the brute's teeth, ho accom
plished bis purpose. Thc negro then
secured ber pocket boni;, ubi.-h fortu
nately contained only T'< cent.-, and lefl
the house. Mi>s Kelley then walked a
mile to the home ol' ber cousin,
Kelly, who at once sen! a ines.M ager to
Helton to tele]dione Sherill'' ?rc? ii. A .
soon as the message was received here
Deputy Dillingiuim, with his blood
hound, weill to the scene ol Mu.? crime.
In the meantime a large crowd of
citizens had congregated at the place, j
bringing shot gnus, pistols. < :<.., willi
determination of making quick work
of Ihe brute when captured. When j
Deputy Diltiiiyiiam withins dogs ar
rived he a! once went to work. The
dogs trailed to an old negro woman's i
house and her two sons were carried I
before Miss Kelly, who said they were
not the guilty parties. Ano! her search
was made which brought, in Pearl
Washington, another negro, who was
also carried before Miss Kelly, who
failed to identify htm as the criminal.
Washington then told thc Deputy that
McClinton rode with him that, after
noon from Helton ?iud got oil't he wagon
near Miss Kelly's homo. Mr. Dilling
ham then went to the house of Wm.
(Jeer, an uncle of .McClinton, who was
found there in bed.
Mr. Dilliugham arrested McClinton
and carried bivi before Miss Kelly, who
fully identified him, her linger prints
showing plainly on his face mid throat.
Th - was about 2 o'clock a. m., most of
\ . croud had gone home, und Deputy
Dilliugham bad no trouble io bringing
the prisoner here to.jail. While tm tho
way the negro practically confessed
Miss Kelly's condition is not consid
ered serious but six-is painfully hurt.
Unless we get a special term of
Court, tho brute, will have to stay in
prison until next February before he
can be tried and get .justice meted out
. to him.
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Our schools are presided over by
Misses Kate Clayton and Margarito
Robinson. The. former young Indy of
Anderson is teaching at Shiloh and
Miss Robinson tit ltuliatliull. Miss
Robinson is from Duo Wsst. Holli
these schools are very well attended
and are running smoothly.
Crops have been gathered and wheat
sowing is about completed, > Tho late
cotton did not amount to anything,
and the corn crop generally is very
short, but there has been large quan
tities of hay saved.
There is a gront deal of moving
going nu now. The rush is mostly to
ward tho cotton mills. The poor peo
ple are forced to leave tho finnis on
account of tho short crops and tho un
settled condition of business generally.
Rev. II. M. Allen preached a good
sermon last Sunday nt Shiloh.
Rev. Mr. Hailey preached at R u ha
mnh Sunday afternoon. His people
aro delighted at his return to this Cir
Mrs. J. M. Cardin, of Hart Conn ty,
Ga., is visiting relatives and friends in
Mrs. Sullivan spent a few days last
week nt Roystou, Ga., with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Karie.
Master Harrold Lee, son ot' Mr. Wil
ton E. Lee; near Anderson, is spending
some time with his cousin, Miss Julia
Sportsmen are having line times
now, as game is quito plentiful. Wild
geese have appeared on the Savannah.
The farmers Are about through gath
oring tho fleecy staple, and you can
hear tho p?sw'-boya' gee-haw as they
sow their grain.
School has opened at this place with
Miss Cora Shirley as teacher.
Mr. Tied Finley visited Eureka Sun
R?tv. W. H. Hawkins has been select
ed pastor at this place for another
year. Mr. Hawkins is an 'excellent
preacher and our church is very much
devoted to him.
Messrs. Charlie Willingham ami Leo
Davis, two popular young men from
Belton, were in our midst Sunday.
Mrs. Eva Fant,.of Anderson, was thc
guest of Mrs. R. F. Brown last week.
Mr. R. F. Brown has sold his planta
tion here and purchased land near the
Savannah River, where he will go to
mako his home. We regret tho loss of
Mr. Brown and family. They will he
greatly missed from our community.
Mr. Lawrer co Hall visited hero Sun
day. His friends were glad to seo him
in their midst again.
We think the wedding bells will
ring ero long in our vicinity: "Two
minds with but a single thought, two
hearts that beat as one."
Harper Balentine, the son of Mr.
and Mrs.E. Z. Balentine, has been very
Ul, but is improving.
Some of our boys and girls evidently
believes in fortune telling, as they are
seen consulting with "Aunt Cindy,"
nen . Midway, vory often. _
Wo W ish the dear old INTELLIGENCER
jnuch S iCceBs in its new home.
V T^AXvNK^S -tr you n*M a set of good
faome-Lu . io jamas* oil! on J. 8. Fowler
Thu following is thu program foi
Union Meeting, District No. ol' lien
verdani Association :
?Saturday: Introductory Hermon hy
Kev. J. E. McManuway ; alternate,
Kev. A. 1?. Marett.
1st (?uory-is it a healthful sign to
set aparta certain day in the year tc
begin the reformation of ono's actions!
Speakers, Kev. P.J. Yerinillion, Kev,
K. W. Nelson and J. 1). Stoncciphcr.
2nd-Does tho celebration of Christ
mas as the birth of Christ, as it is car
ried out by the Church and by the
world, present un exulted conception
of om Divine Lord ami Master. Speak
ers, Kev. A. I*. Marett, li. F. Moore, K.
A. Sullivan and Kev. J. iL Kathi.
3rd -What does Hse world owe to the
Hebrew race.' Kev. s. E.McManuway.
Ith M Dries a< .a typ'? ol' Christ, by
Kev. J. K. Kaile.
M. C. K \ in ON, for < 'tun.
S. ?'. lister Stute and Wost Indian
TJie Charleston and Western Carol i.
na Kailway beg to announce that they
have arranged reduced rales from all
their stations tu Charleston on account
Expo di iou .
I '.i : ties eau avail themselves of II sea
son ticket, a ten-day ora KC veil-day
ticket, from any poi ul on this lino at
very low rates. Apply to agents for
further information, sis to .schedules,
rales, eic. W. .J. Craig,
(jesicial Passenger Agent.
Water Instead ol* Whiskey.
('KKKNWOoi?, Dee. 1.-Certain Green
wood blind tigers have received such
a set back in the last few days that it
seems lo them almost impossible to
get back to a business basis at nil.
Those who have been "sohl"' aro all
negroes, ami thu seller was a negro,
but the stud" sold was water and not
the regulation lite water. The facts
are these: A week ago ono Henry
Probst, a very black specimen, arri veil
here from ilamlott, N. C. Ile was
dressed ns a dead game sport aitd had
several big trunks as personal bag
gage. Ile had live live gallon kegs of
menu whiskey in euch of these trunks.
Aller he hail disposed of ?ill his stock
to dealers, he retitled the kegs with
water sind ollered other dealers a very
attractive proposition to take tho bal
ance of his goods at bargain day ligures,
as the constables were after him. Ile
sold one negro three liv? gallon kegs
of water for $24. One went for $7.30,
anti still another was? sohl to "Mrs.
G Kreuth" fur $7.50. This lady is tho
treasurer for a church missionary so
ciety, and thought she would i livest
the society's money Ju a sure thing and
make back a good'um for the society
anti probably a margin for herself.
Having sold his stock ot I?,o water and
plain water, Henry closed? his big
trunks and went back to Mantlet. Tho
negroes did not know until the next
morning, Sunday, that they hud bought
water. Their rage knew no bounds.
They had to tell how they had been
sold. The missionary treasurer is in a
whololotof trouble.-Columbia Sin tc.
Letter to Air. Luther J. Burriss, Anderson.
Dear Sir: You like a tine picture, and
you know nothing adds so much to tho
appearance of the landscape ns a well
painted residence. Every resideuco bo
coines well pain ted when dono with tho
Longman & Martinez Paints, and wo
astaire you that your property and your
neighbors" property, when painted with
our paints, will mid beauty to tholand
scape; will coat you less; and will wear
longer than nny othor paint. Paint and
painter's work guaranteed satisfactory,
elso your house will be repainted free of
cost. Messrs. F. Ii. Crayton cc Co.
will always supply you.
LON Gr M AN & MARTINEZ,
Charleston hApo.silioit Rates via thc
Ou Ho. oetii <it th* S mth Carolina Inter
state mid West Indian Exposition, to bo
h?'ld lu Charleston, 8. C., beginning
Dv?e. UT, 1H01, th? -outhern R-tlway will
cell excursion tickets to Charleston and
return at the following attractive rates
from Andsr-on, S. P.:
F.r Sll.'O-T.ekelt* on Bale dally, lim
ited to -e.*urn ."Lsr.e 3rd. 1902.
F.r$S 15-Tuketaoo aale dally, limit
rd to return t*?n (10)dayp.
For jfd.GO- Tickets on sale Tuesdays
and Thursdays, limited to return soven
Corresponding reducid rates from
The S ?nibern Kailway operatf-s double
daily imliH oo <vu. vuieut t-chednlos with
Pullman SI? pera to and fro n Charles
t<>- , O
F??r uirthf-r >. f >r mat lor. apniy to W C.
Johnson, AgMit Andie sou S. C.; It. W,
Hunt, P. P. v . PharlsHlon, S. C; W. F..
McGee r P. > . ugusla, lin., W. II.
Tn - I >.., >. M P A , Al'siita, (ia.
Holiday Excursion Kates via C. & W.
The Charleston and Western Caroli
na Railway bog to annouueo that on
account Christmas holidays round trip
tickets will bo on salo from all stations
atone nudone-third fares.
Tickets will bo on snlc Dec. 23rd to
25th, 30th, 31st, 1001, and Jan. lBt. 1902,
with final return limit Jau. 3rd, 1902.
To students ot' schools and colleges,
on presentation of certificates, signed
by principals, Presidents or Superin
tendents, round trip tickets will be
sold Dec. 10th to 22nd, 1001, with final
return limit Jan. 8th, 1902.
W. J. Craig, G. P. A.
SALESMAN WANTED-To look
. after our interests in Anderson and ad
jacent Counties. Salary or commis
sion. Address Victor Oil Company,
Are yon thinking nf what to buy your
boy for a Christmas Present? What can
you think of that would please him ao
much as a Wagon, an Air Rifle, a Cheat
of Tools or a Pocket Knife? These goods
are carried by Sullivan Hardware Co.
WANTED, Hlokory, Dogwood and
Persimmon Loga. Southern Hardwood
Co., Charleston, S. C. 4m
Brook Bro?.- hs ve Iwo good Second
Hand Stationary Engines also two first
class Second Hand Threshers for sal? at a
very low price.
Dr. I. Cri nun, the famous Gerinuii
Oculist and optician, who wilshere
during the KU miner and fitted glasses
to the best people of our town, will be
found at the Chiquolu Hotel. He will
be hero three weeks only, and those
who have any deficiency in eye-siiiht
should consult him. He is au Eye
specialist. Examination tree.
Special to .Merchants.
Your Stork will noM replenishing for
he Holiday trade. We have in S'.ock all
kinda ot "Hosiery. Underwear. shirts,
Draworw, Suspenders, Ovdndls, etc.,
direct from the mills, .lust received our
now linos Clothing, Hants, Shoes und
Hate. Weean ship any of above goods
ut once or take ymir Spring order-*. Call
and see our new linu Hate und Shoes for
immediate deli very. Huy from us direct
from tho mills and factories, yon save
tho middle man's or jobbers profits ami
drummers' commissions, und gut tho
newefat and btfet goods.
WE MIJ & CATER,
('.MU ru'?sion Merchant!'.
Write us for sample? and prices or call
ul our elli
A choice selection of (.'irving Sets tn j
-nit tim dirimir?as trude is ollered by J
Sullivu i I Idw, i '<-.
livery boy wauls a (i n of some hind,
ld- sporting nrit!:':: erst?et? t??;delight
whlcr.a <:.i ?' ?.?l'.r.l-, A u Air Kille will
[.utiHfv him ii i' i-t well marie and has
SUilictOUt sill tiny stlOIM/tll to lo -Ko I'
morel nun amero i iy. S illiv.m Hard
ware C.?. have a line in' i hese Hille-; that
are mailo to stand thu hard usage to
willoh tim boys sui-j ..' thom without
'.yeing to ph ees." Thev aro beautifully
lini-heri anti aro far above comparison
willi tho ordinary "make ehifts" ou the
market. Call lor a * Daisy*' when you'
want thu best
Most boys h iv? ambitious to become
carpenters It ii sometimes well to grat
ify their laste? sullicieutly to turn their
minds und glv?i mom higher aspirations
by giving them a set ol Tool*, with which
lo learn the hardships of tho carpenter's
irarie. Tiler?* is no way to satisfy u buy
so well as hy git mt; tiitn whet ho wants,
so make peac? with him by giving him
ono of Sullivan iiriw. Co's Chests of
Tools. Tie- s*. Too,s uro put up insets
just lo suitthe boy?, hacb sui Ol Tools in
a nunt Chest.
When you uoed Screen Doors and Win
dows, ul-o Screen Wn o and Fly Fans,
aili Hud SOM I troc lc Ho*. Als? buy the
(Jem winni you want tho best leo Cream
Fret/.ur, at Brock Uros.
Wo oller this week hundreds of pairs
ol'Sam plo Shoes at pi ices to jilease. Como
(puck while we h a VJ your number. Pri
ces on these Shoes too cheap to quote.
Sturt your husband Into thi New Year
with something that wilt keep bim even
tempered and peaceable, by giving him
ono ol'Sui li v-un Hardware Co's, perfectly
tempered, pleasure giving KHZ irs for u
ONE HORSE WAGON'S - I am over
stocked on Due Horse -Vugous, and if you
need ono I cm save you uiouey.
J. S. Fowler.
Your mother, daughter, sister or lady
friend would appreciates pair of Sullivan
Hriw. Co's. Scissors for Christmas.
Wu have two ; nw Geiser Thrashers
und two secondhand Heelless four and six
luirse power engines in ??oori condition.
Also Home now Peerless Engines und we
can nunn Hom? very low prices on same.
Brock Bros., Anderen.-?, s. C.
Health will give what wealth cannot
buy-happiness. Cycling being a plo is
Hic, comlorbibli\exHro?Me is tho greatest
known health protnorer, and just us pop
ular as our wh?vds, Columbia, Rim bier,
Cleveland, sud the Hartford ure tho
greato.-t lavorites among discriminating
wheel j litiges.
W. II. ^hoMrer, S irvoyor, You will
lind moat Dean Ai KatMnVs. Long dis
tance Phone nt my residence.
This is our greatest year. We ure
proud of our record, and are striving by
every honest means to win you for a cus
tomer. Give u* a trial if you have never
done so before. Yundi vor Bros.
If you are in the market for a '?lower,
Reaper and Binder, call at Brook Bros.
sud buy the Deering, the most durable,
lightest draft and best adjusted machine
on the market.
Twenty-five Dollars will buy a fairly
Bond square practice Piano at tho C. A,
Reed Music House. They are Intrinsi
cally worth double that amount.
Pot Plunts and Cut Flowers for ?ale.
Largo and small Palma a specialty. Mrs.
J. F. Clinkacales, Uli North Main St.
Jobbers prices on "Schapps," ''Early
Bird" and "Bluo Jay" Tobaccos. Low
est nrlcos on Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vaudlver Bros.
Money to loan at 7 per cont on farm
land-i. 'No oom missions. Long time.
Apply to Quattlebaum ?fe Cochran. Attor
i.eyu "at L?w, Anderson, S. C. 15-13
When you waut first-class, up-to-date
PHOTOS call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their new Studio next door to Ligou ife
Lodboitor-upstairs. Satisfaction is ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
Piles ! Piles ! Piles!
Dr. Williams* Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared to euro Plies and DOES IT in
short order. Easy to apply, every box
guaranteed, 50c. and ?1.00. All drugglets
or by mail.
Williams M'f'sr Co., Cleveland. Ohio.
For aale by EVANS PHARMACY.
They are cheaper this year thnn
they have bseu in ten years-from
25c a dozen up. My Store is stocked
brim fu;l of yood things to eat
B \ NANAS,
It is tempting to visit our Store.
Como and see us and our Stock
whether you want to buy or not.
Yours for Cash,
C. FRANK BOLT.
\ . v.; Vv.i ?: : ; ; ? .'
A great many have not purchased all their Winter Necessi
ties. Also, Xmas Time finds us with a good Stock
of Winter Goods. This Stock niu.at be reduced.
FROM LOW until the Holidays we will make a record-breaking
CUT PRICE SALE
Capes, Jackets. Furs, Reefers, Blankets, Underwear,
Etc., and eau verify our claim that wc hell as cheap as (ho cheapest and
cheaper. If you want the Best Sty'ef, Best Quality, Best Piices, come to our
Store and }ou will lind thew all. Also, you will ?od cur entire Store full of
tho newest ideas mid Novelties ID. Merchandise.
Our Dress Goods arc un*urpas3cd.
Our Trimmings the talk of t he tow ?J.
Our Novelties tho latent.
Our Millinery second to mme, ami at Cut Price* ail Trimmed%nd Un
trimmed Hats. Then you will want .something for your
A variety o? useful articles are lo bc found here for all.) Ii your
Do not give satisfaction as to style, quality, fit and price, try a pair of us
We can please you.
We ask that you visit our Store, especially before the Holidays.
Get our Cut Prices, examine our Stock of Good*, then you will become a
purchaser and customer.
Agency for McCall's Patterns, 10c and 15c.
New Fashion Sheets for January ready
Yours for Cut Prices,
E, ACKER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail.
. P. S.-We ask all those who owe us please make settle?
meats before January, 1902.
M. L. CARLISLE. L. H. CARLISLE.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED 0>'
YOU can get all sizes from No. 7 to 47 until Christmas at a very low
Cotton crop is ??hort this season, and we aim to help the farmer to turn
his land to as to make u better crop. We keep in stock at all times a full
and complete line of Chilled Points, all numbers from 7 to 47, and we are
willing to divide profits with you. \Ve are selling Chilled Dixie Points at the
price you have bteu payiug for the old common Cast Point*.
CARLISLE BROS., Anderson, rt. C.
LESSER & G0.
Our New Fall Stock is now Complete.
_Fall Goods now Beady.
OUR Fall line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Clothing and Gents
Furnishings is now spread before you/for your inspection, and by far excels
anything yet; seen in the City of Anderson^ when compared with the prices
and Goods of others. We begin to-morrow to show one of the best selected
Stocks of Merchandise ever brought to this city. Our Gcods and Prices
stand by themselves-alone-an invincible combination of High Qualities and
and Low Prices. Comfortable shopping herc and best attention given to all.
Carefully read this advertisement and come soo our Store. Note our prices.
Look at our Goods. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EXTRA NOTION VALUES.
Toilet Soap, three cakes in box, good quality, box*.; 6o
Bedspreads, splendid 11-4 Marseilles patterns, good value at$1.00, only.. 75c
Ladies' Ribbed Undcrvc>*t, flecoo lined, value 20a, only. l?o
Table Oil Cioth, best quality, perfect goods, 1} yards wide .... ?. loo
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Union Suits, extra heavy, worth 50o, only. 35o
ll-i White and Grey Blaakets, actual value $1.00, only per pair......... 58o
Clark's best Spool Cotton, speoial price only three Spools for. 5c
Children's Knit Caps, value 25o, only. 15o
Ladies' Shawl Fascinators, all colors, only.24a
Ladies' fleece-lined Cashmere Gloves, value 25o, otfly... 15o
Full line Men's and Bovs' Caps from.-..I0o to 25o
Ladies' Seamless Black Wool Hose, value 25o, ouly.loo
New Lino Embroidery, all widths, from._5o.to 15o
NEW FALL DRFGOODS:
2000 yards Outing Flannel, in checks and stripes, actual value 5a, only... 3Jo
2500 yards Pretty Fall Percales, yard wide, worth 10o, only.* 6?c
Beautiful 72-inch Turkey Red Table Damask, lovely pattern, worth 35.? . 20o
2000 yards Tokio Flannelette, beautiful design, well worth lOo, only.7?o
1800 yards Centaur Outing Flannels, worth quite 10c, but are offered at.. 6Jo
White Curtain Swiss, full yard wide, worth 15o, only . 9o
Window Curtain Scrim, double width, 40 inches .wide, ot only. ....4$o
Unbleached Cotton Flannel, extra heavy quality, ott only... 5o
Eiderdown Flannels for Infants' Cloaks, beautiful designs, only._15o
Extra heavy Unbleached Drills, worth 7o, only ............ 5o
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Full line Cotton Plaid Dress Goods, double width, at only.?. 9c
Wuoesterahire Worsted Plaid, yard wide, valu? 25o, a? only. 15c
Viotoria Biocudes, 36 inches wide, all wool, beautiful designs, at only... 18o
10-inoh Canterbury Suitings, figured effeots, worth 35o, at only.24o
All-wool Tricot Flannels, excelleut for school dressos, only." .. *24c
Black Brocaded Brilliantine, all wool, 40 inohes wide, oj. only............. 19o
Ladies' Plush Capes, full sweep, extra loug, trimmed in fur, only... A.... 98c
Ladies' Cloth Capes; made of heavy Meltou and nicely trimmed, only.. .. 98o
?0 Kersey Jackets, latest styles, in all shades, at only. 2.98
Full lino Children's Reefers, in all colors, styles and sizes, from.. .98o to 2:50
Ladies' Wool Flannel Waists, latest styles, in all colors, at only. 95o
Ladies' Extra Fine Tricot Flannel Waists, beautifully trimmed, only.... 1.25
NEW PALL SHOES.
The splendid opportunity presented to purchase high prado Shoos at the
prices wo aak for them is ono to be grasped. We aro each day in reoeipt of
shipments of our now Fall stock of Footwear, and as soon as opened it is
placed on display. \\ i have many new styles of Shoes for L?dier, nien,
Misses, Boyp, an lofants all nt our well-known popular prices.
Ladies' Dongola Shoes, hutton cr lace, heel or spring heel, at only. 98o
Ladies' gonuine Dongola Shoes, all sizes, button orlaoe, value $2.00,'.. ..$1.39
Ladies' Fleece Lined Glove and Oil Grain Shoes, all solid, at only. 98o
Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Shoes, button or lace, worth 1.50, at only. 1.25
Ladies' Pebble and Glove Grain Shoes, button or laoo, all solid, only,... 98a
Boys' Calf Skin Shoes, sises 3 to 5}, well made, at only. ... 98o
Hundreds of other good Shoes equally as cheap.
NEW ".BOYS' CLOTHING & GENTS? FURNISHINGS.
A matchless stock and a beautiful assortment, oouplcd with honest prices,
for equal value are the'ohief characteristics of our grand display.
NEW FALL MILLINERY.
Our Millinery department is eqaal to the best in the oity, tasteful and
well selected. By giving us a call you will con vinco yourself of the fact.
Many new things in this department. See our Fine Dress Hats.
FREE 1-Handsome Nett Premiums just received. Hand Painted-China
free. A housewife's delight--a nicely arranged table. Buy year Goods of *ss
and get a Set or mud Fainted China FREE. Ask for Coupons.
. LESSER & CO.,
ANDEB?ON? S. C., UNDER MASONIC TRMPLF.
v>n in Earnest I
Thousands of Dollars of Winter Goods
Mus? be Turned into Cash.
MARVELOUS CUTS IN THE PRICE OF
Ladies' Coat Suits,
, Ladies' Coats,
Children's and Misses'
All Lines Winter Goods,
Our reasons for the sale are that we have got more Goods
than it is business to carry eyer beyond the first of January.
Then wo need the Cash.
Fr.rther, the first months of the FaU season business was
extraordinary fine, which enables us to sell Goods from now
We also while trade was.in rush made most too great
preparation fer November and December business, hence the
necessity of a Clearance Sale.
If you wish a bill come to us and let it be known.
We aro greatly in earnest, and wish to impress the tra?
ding public the remaining few days of the year.
We are out on the home-stretch xor a long pull for busi
Will appreciate a call.
Heftd4o?Foot Outfitters for Mea, Womeaand Children*