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MANNING, S. C., NOV. 13, 1901.
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WHY BUTT A ROCK WAY?
The recent elections all over
the country prove conclusively
that the theories of the National
administration are acceptable to
the va majority, and that the
party in power is entrenched.
The Democracy in its present
disorganized condition can only
serve to hold intact the Republi
can party, and, in ourlopinion we
of the South, as long as we per
mit ourselves to be led by a class
of politicians who cling to the
old theories, and sectional preju
dices, just so long will we remain
as we are now, a voiceless part
of this great government.
Think of it! The position of
the Southern Democrat in the
Democratic party is precisely the
same as the Southern negro with
the Republican party, both are
used in the National Convention
for the purpose of making nom
inations, then their usefulness
ends. The Republicans in the
South cannot give a single elect
oral vote to help on the success
of their party, but in a nominat
ing convention their votes can
be utilized to secure the nomi
nation. The Democrats of the
South are of little service in a
nominating convention, notwith
standing they furnish about all
of the electoral votes. The fact
is, the States having the largest
Republican electoral votes are
the controlling influence in shap
ing the course of a Democratic
convention. Ohio and Pennsyl
vania are so thoroughly Repub
lican, that no effort is even made
to carry those States for the
Democracy; yet these, and simi
lar situated States have a con
trolling voice when it comes to
the selection of a standard bearer
for the Democracy. What is to
be done about it? Are we, simply
to give politicians fat jobs, to
continue nursing prejudices, or
shall we arouse ourselves from
our stupor and look at things
from a common sense stand, and
face conditions as they exist.
The professionalpolitician knows
there exists a feeling of preju
dice with our people against the
Republican party, because of our
experience with that party in
the days which followed the
"war between the States," when
animosities were being fanned
into flames by selfish politicians,
whose sQle idea was to pilfer,
and to further his own in
terests the politicians works
that prejudice for all it is
worth; but we must remember,
those conditions do not exist to
day. Our government was then
in the hands of the alien, today,
we have it absolutely, and no
earthly power can wrench it from
us, nor do we believe there is the
remotest thought of taking it
from us. South Carolina is one
of the States of this Union, and
it is to her material advancement
that her Representatives should
look. We should have a voice
in the making up of this Nation's
history; if there is progress, we
should share in it as well as
New York, Ohio or any other
But we cannot, if we hold our
selves aloof and display a spirit
of obstinate opposition to any
and every measure proposed by
the party in power. We must
learn to look at these measures
and act upon them as reasonab.e
and sensible people, accept what
has merit, and reject that which
has not; we must not be mis-led
by the professional political
" jaw-worker" for he is like the
"Barker" at a side-show, he
talks for the money he makes
out of it, just as Senator Till
man is doing now, working his
jaw in the West for so many dol
lars per night. Not until we
learn that politicians are using
our suffrages to' line their own
pockets, will we ever cast a free
man's ballot. If we have a pri'de
in our own manhood, let us do
our own thinking and our own
acting. What manner of man is
it who has not sense enough to
know right from wrong, with
out the aid of an office holding,
or seeking politician. We want
the day to come, and it is coming,
that a man can, without bring
ing reproach upon himself, ad
vocate any side of a political
question his conscience dictates
to him. We are so constituted in
this State that it is necessaay,
there should be no division in
the white ranks, and there will
be none, if the greedy politicians
will not undertake to strangle the
voice of those who will not en
dorse their selfishness. We have
a white primary, where any and
all questions can be submitted to
the white people for their con
sideration and determination
and, if the politicians in control
of the party machinery are not
willing to permit the people to
be the arbitrators, then they
will force a division in our
ranks; because no self respect
ing white mail, who is willing to
submit his cause to the people
in the primary can stand being
robbed of his rights.
Senator Tillman in an Atlanta
not a chance to win, "the Senator
may be correct in this or he may
be mistaken, that is a matter
which we want the people
to decide, not Senator Till
man. If Me-Laurin has no chance
to win, we see no need to fear him
and less need to make all sorts of
alliances to encompass his
defeat. McLaurin has start
ed a movement looking to the
incorporation of p rogressive
,ideas in the Democratic party
and it is just what the the party,
needs if it ever again hopes to
win the approval of the people.
No party will ever receive popu
lar approvai that seeks to enter
with grave clothes on. No par
ty that clings to ideas, which
the business element believe is a
menace to the country's interests
can ever hope to get the confi
dence of the people, because the
people's hope, lies in the busi
ness interests, and no-, in the
interests of those who want to
revel in office.
"COMEDY IN POLITICS."
The Columbia State of Mor.
day uses about one column of its
leading editorial space under the
above caption, to a dissertation
on the appointment of George
W. Murray. This appointment
does not meet with our approval
in the least, we condemn it, for
the reason that we see no reason
why a man should be required to
give bond and become responsi
ble for an important office, and
then, have his subordinate, for
whose conduct he must be held
accountable, selected for him by
others. We believe that the ap
pointment of a colored man to an
office at this time will play di
rectly into the hands of the op
ponents of "Progressive Dem
ocracy." Because. they will at
tempt to twist and distort any
and every thing to poison the
minds of the people against those
who have grown restless under
the leadership of men whose
only interest in politics is in the
enlargement of their individual
purses. The appointment of
Murray can do harm, and if we
had to select between the two,
Murray or Deas, we think Deas
would have been our choice, be
cause he was already in, and
there was no use in dropping one
colored man to take up another.
But the State in jumping upon
the appointment of Murray
shows that it forgets the past
services of "one of the blackest
of negro politicians in South
Carolina," we well remember
when the white people of South
Carolina were endeavoring to
have a constitutional convention,
the State and this same Murray
were two of the most innluential
factors of opposition, and we al
so remember after the conven
tion was held, this same Murray
encouraged by the editorials in
the Columbia State employed
counsel and carried our registra
tion laws to the United States
Courts. Murray was naturally
making the fight to save the
ballot for the people of his race,
out the State could have had no
other motive than that of malici
ous mischief. It was opposed
to any and every step taken by
what was then the Reform fac
tion. The constitutional con
vention made white supremacy
an assured fact; the State fought
it from start to finish, and
George W. Murray went over
this State holding mieetings and
collecting money for the purpose
of feeing lawyers to fight the
franchise clause of our consti
tution, in the courts, and at these
meetings he advise:1 his people to
subscribe tothe Cclumbia State.
When all of this was going on,
we never read one word of
objection from the State, and we
have no doubt, through the in
fluence of Murray one of the
"blackest of negro politicians in
South Carolina". the subscrip
tion list of the State increased
very much. Had we a voice in
the appointment of a Deputy for
the collector of internal revenue,
we certainly should not have ap
pointed Murray or any other
colored man, but we do think
that a kick from the State comes
with ill grace when it is remem
bered that Murray and the State
were closely allied in the fight to
break down white supremacy,
by endeavoring to get the Uni
ted States supreme court to
smash the constitution of our
State, built for the purpose of
making the politcical supremacy
of the white man in South Caro
lina a certainty.
If Murray, "one of the blackest
of negro politicians in South
Carolina," was good enough at
one time to help smash the white
man's constitution and to in
fluence patronage for the Colum
bia State, we see no reason why
the State should complain
at his appointment, for Murray
is no blacker to-day going
over the country looking af
ter the illicit handling of liquor
or tobacco, than he was a few
years ago when he was going
over the country looking after
the promuigation. of the State's
editorials against our white
man's supremacy constitution.
STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO.
LUCAs CoUNTY. ~
FANK J. CEEY makes oath that he is the
o. doing businesst in the city o Toledo. ounty
and State aforesaid. and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannct be
cured by the use of HALZ'S CATARRE CUaE
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence this 6th day of Decedmber. A. D. 1886.
A. w. GLEASON.
~EAL Notary Public.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and1
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for tesmCno. fre.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
H al's Family Pills are~ the best.
wANTED-SEVERA L PERSONS OF CH AR
acter and good reputation in each state (one in
tie odestabihed ea thy busine houe ovr
solid financial standing. salary $18.00 weekly
with expenses additional. all payable in cash
each wednesday direzt from head oflces.
Horse and carriagre furnished, when necessary.
References. Enclose s;elf-addressed stamped
envelope. Manarer, 316 Caxton Building. C hi
Collector Koester, has, in de
ference to the wishes of National
Committeeman Capers appointed
Ex-Congresman G. W. Murray,
deputy collector, in the place of
Edmund H. Deas. This is mere
ly the change of one colored man
for another. Mr. Koester in an
interview said, fairness de
nands that he appoint some Re
publicans and whenever he does,
he prefers decent colored men of
property, and whose conduct has
merited the respect of the white
people. We presume from this,
the appointment of Republicans
will be dictated by the member
of the Republican National Con
mittee. We doubt very much
that Murray will be more ac
ceptable than Deas: a good white
man would have been more sat
isfactory, however. conditions,
have something to do with these
To the Public.
Alic.w me to say a few words in praise of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I had a very
severe cough and cold and feared I would get
pneumonia. but after taking the second dose of
this medicine I felt better: three bottles of it
cured my cold and the pains in my chest disap
peared entircly. I am most respectfully yours
for health. RI.P F. MEY~ws, 64 Thirty-seventh
street. Wheeling. W. Va. For sale by The R.
B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryen. Prop.
Evils of Special Legislation.
The constitutional convention
of 1895 undertook to correct the
evils of special legislatior. by
inserting in the constitution a
prohibitory clause, but which
has been disregarded at every
session of the Legislature since
the constitution was adopted.
Under one pretext or adother
special laws are enacted to suit
the views of the members from
a particular county, or under a
general law counties are exempt
ed from its provisions. This
abuse in legislation has been
arried so far that the road law
and the jury law of the State
are now in jeopardy, and there
is very little doubt that the su
preme court will decide them to
be uncoastitutionai. In order to
prevent special legislation the
laws must apply uniformly to
every portion of the State, and
what ever obtains in one county
must be operative in all others.
What can bring this about?
Of course the Legislature itself
ought to prevent any special leg
islation, but the trouble is that a
majority of its members have
seemed willing to override the
constitution and ignore its man
dates in order to procure the
passage of a favorite measure
for their respective counties.
The most certain remedy for this
state of things is the exercise of
the veto power on the part of
the Governor, who can defeat
almost any special legislation if
he will undertake to apply the
veto impartially, for when one
bill after another has been forced
to run the gauntlet, the legis'ia
tors will reach the conclusion
very speedily that the Governor
is right, and the remedy will be
efficacious. Much time is lost in
appealing to the courts, and
there is also reason to excpect de
lays and differences, but a steady
application of the veto will short
ly break up the pernicious prac
tice of special legislation and
cause the members to realize
their obligation to support and
enforce the constitution of the
Reliable and Gentle.
"A pill's a p ill," says the saw. But
there are pills and pills. You want ~a
pill which is certain, thorough and gen
tle. Mustn't gripe. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vege
table. Do not force but assist the'
bowels to act. Strengthen and invig
orate. Small and easy to take. The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M.
Commissioner Richardson's Card.
In the last issue of your paper, you
call upon the Commissioners to state
where and when exhibits can be re
ceived. I recognize the importrnce of
such action, and regret that a meeting
has not been called to arrange details
to this end. Without admitting that I
have been negligent in my duty, I rea
lize that a great deal has been left un
done. I have attended every meeting
called and at the last, on Sept. 7th
could find no one io act with me. It
was understood at the last business
meeting held at Manning, that Capt.
Bradham would receive exhibits, he
being a resident of our most central
and largest town. Now as the time is
short, I want to say that any one who
will deliver at Pinewood articles they
wish forwarded to the exposition, prop
erly packed so as to avoid injury, I will
personally receive them if notified be
fore hangd, or in my absence they can
be left at the store of Mr. Tom Cuttino,
who will receipt for them in my name.
It seems to me that if each commis
sioner would adopt this method of re
ceiving exhibits, it would be much to
the convenience of those living in the
vicinity of their nearest shipping point.
Should a meeting of the Commissioners
be held in time. other arrangements
may be made, but in the meantime, I
make the above announcement and
will be glad to receive and arrange for
transportation of any articles entrusted
HIENBY B. RICHARDSON.
November 11, 1901.
Bals=m= from the Northern Wood
are in Fyny-Basam, the certain cure for coughs.
The Smile That Counts.
'Tis easy to smile when the sun
And the sky is a field of blue:
But give me your smile when the sun
And the sky is of laden hue.
'Tis easy to smile when the flow'i-s
And you walk in their odors, sweet
But give me your smile when the
flowers lie dead
And the thorns pricked your weary
'Tis easy to smile when the birds sing
And you hark to the rip:pling i-ill:
But give me your smile wvhen the wa
And the songs of the birds are
'Tis easy to smile when the world
And you walk with your* joyous
But give me your snile when the whole
Can you smile when the teardrop~
Don't Care How You Share 'Em, so You Share
Editor The Manning Times:
In justice to myself will you permit
me to say, through the columns of your
popular papet, that I have made a cur
sory inspection of the report of the
Board of County Commissioners exami
nation of "the, workings of the public
offices of Clarendon county for the last
past ten years" and find that it does not
;bow that the work has been at all per
formed in accordance with the intent
and purpose of the Joint Resolution in
troduced by me in the last Legislature.
Out. of twenty eight pages of written
legal cap pa per. twenty three pages are
devoted to work already done by Mr.
U;oker. the agent of the Sinking fund
commission and the remaining five
pages embrace practically only the
-opinion" that there are no further ir
regularities save the retention by the
State of the $500 Capt. Bradham re
funded as soon as his attention was
called to it by Mr. Booker. Not a word
is said about the $6,000 of "Storm Rav
ages" paid out within a few months nor
whether the county received proper
onsideration therefor. Nothing in
regard to the public printing which, in
many instances, cost the people twice
as m'uch as the law allows: and barring
the many irregularities of the past the
Grand Jury .s furnished with no light
on the attempt now being made to fas
ten $725 of fraudulent school chart
claims upon the county, which. not
withstanding their having passed into
the hands of innocen; purchasers with
out notice, are declared by the Circuit
court to be illegal, nul and void. At
the proper time it may become neces
sary in justice to myself so well as the
people who have honored me, to criti
cise more closely the inexcusable dere
liction of dut.y on the part of the gen
tlemen who undertook this important
M. C. GALLUCHAT.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
When you feel dull after eating.
When you ha':e no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the mouth.
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite, cleanse and
invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver
and bowels. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Bean e The Kind You Have Always Bought
Skgatum 'U "a
Is the United States power
less to save Miss Stone, or to
exact reparation for her abduct
ion? Is the fact that she was
held for ransom in order to se
cure money to aid a Christian
uprising against the Turks to
stand in the way of the main
tenance of our dignity? Are
Christians who adopt such meth
ods worthy of consideration?
Should not Bulgaria be made to
rescue her or take the conse
quences? The question needs an
Several hundred acres of land a few
miles from Foreston, S. C.. known as
the lwell Estate larnds.
Address. MRs. J1. C. ELWELL,
Denmark, S. C.
WHERE YOU CAN
If you like this method. buy of us:
we will give you most and the best for
the least money.
OUR MOTTO IS:
NIMMER has been in business here
only a few years arnd during this ticae
he has established a reputation that
can't be blemished.
We write this advertisement for the
benefit of those who never have done
much buying of him. Come and buy
once and you certainly will call again.
If you want to buy by wholesale he
wiil be pleased to sell you this way.
We keep on hand a large amount of
We can sell Apples by the barrel lows
:lown for cash or retail them for less
money than any one else.
is strictly first class. Cigars by the
thousand. such as
PRINCE OF INDIA .and
These brands k:20w no repetition, as
people who have tried them know what
they are-only oc apiece.
Chewing Tobacco of various brands.
Buy your Tobaccos of us. we will save
We quoted our Canned Goods prices
in last week's issue of this paper.
We will mention a few articles. The
first we mention is; our Sardines.
Nice Imported French Sardines. from
15 to 25c per Luan.
Mustard Sardines, put up in large
boxes, only 100.
5e Sardines by the 1.000 or anything
else you want in the canned line low
down for cash.
Give us a showing and you will cer
tainly come and buy again.
Opposite Court House,
Red and Green Front,
Shorter and shorter now the twilight
The days. as through the sunset
gates they crowd,
And summer from her golden collar
And strays through stubble fields
and moans aloud.
Save when by fits the warmer air de
And stealing .hopeful to sonie shel
She lies on pillows of the yellow
And tries the old tunes over for an
The wind, whose tender whisper in the
Set all the young bloonis listening
through the grove.
Sits rustling in the faded boughs to
And makes his cold and unsuccess
The rose has taken off his tire of red
The mullen stalk its yellow stars
And the proud meadow-pink hangs
down her head
Against- earth's chilly bosom. witch
ed wili frost.
The robin that was busy all the June
Before the sun had kissed the top
Catching her heart up in his golden
Has given place to the brown crick
--Alice Carery. in Baltimore Ameri
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin. a civil war veteran of Winches
ter, Ind., writes: "My wife was siek a long time
in spite of good doctor's treatment. but was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills.
which worked wonders for her health." They
always do. Try them. Only s5e at The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store. 3
As things stand at present,
the beet sugar men are about the
only farmers in the United
States who are protected by the
tariff. Naturally, they are pro
testing vigorously against any
treaty with Cuba that will modi
fy their protection. Yet, why
should they have this advantage
over other farmers?
Modern Surgery Surpassed.
'-While suffering from a bad case of
piles I consulted a physician who ad
vised me try a box of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlan
ta, Ga. "I procured a box and was en
tirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a splendid cure for piles, giv
ing relief instantly, and I heartly re
commend it to all sufferers." Surgery
is unnecessary to cure piles. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will care any case.
Cuts, burns. bruises and all other
wounds are also quickly cured by it.
Beware of counterfeits. The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea,
I make a si
ENTS and alwa
and numerous ot
All Watch,. (
The people are orying
If yo'nl will give us a f
will prove this to you.
Take an item like Unbleach
that were 6tc last fall, n<
The quality you paid 5c for
This is the cheap line;i
Fine French Flannels that
fall, now....... .......
We can suit every one ii
Ladies' Shoes in all the
and fine Patent Leathers.
purse as well as your feet.
Children's Shoes, all sty]
Men's Shoes, from a coat
ent Vii at $4. We sell the 1
For men of all ages and I
wear, and made at cheap pri
We can suit the boys ir
Otur stock in this linei
ished. WVe can please you
Broadeloths, French Flanne
est line of Black Goods an
town. We have the Trimn
plique, Braid and any color
We have been selling a g
Sbut get new goods every we
want in this room, you will
and get good work with low
Sto suit every one-men, w<
Cotton and Wool. The qu
Sin Wool and Cotton; prices I
nels in the different colors
wihevery $5 cash spent w
good, useful articles, worth
We want vour trade, an<
buy from us.
S. I. TIL
Woman's Later Years
Those yearswhich usher
p in the changeoflife are
-trying ones, often filled
with painsweakness and
nervous affections, frequently
ending in some fatal malady or
i"Sanity. Nothing will carry
a woman through this ordeal
and bring her out strong and
well as does G. F. P. (Gerstle's
Female Panacea). Its tonic
properties enable the system to
stand the shock of this great
""Is sik fo en suffering fro the
the docors ad paid out a considerable sum for treat
mntwthout a goo rel. We thebgn uin
G. F. P. and It di o goodthan ele we ha use
fo i yas t is the greatest remedy for suffering
females epaed on the market.
J. D. Bosuhif, Colinesueil, Tex.
I your ase Is not fully covered by our FREE Boe
"HEA.THY MOTHERS MAME HAPPY HOMES,"
write In on-fidence for free advicet
LADIES DRALTR CLU, cae Id Gerstle& Co.,
PRICE 6 1.00 A BOTTLE.
Ify rwdugitdes nt handle G. P. P. ask him to
snd for I o d r order and SLCO and
we will supply you direct, expressage prepaid.
L GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.
Money to Lend.
Loans made on Improved Real Es
tate. Interest at 7 per cent.
Time as long as wanted.
Apply to J. A. WEINBERG,
Attorney at Law.
ADORN YOUR PERSON
DORN YOUR HOME.
Fine Jewelry, Fine Silver
ware, Cut Glass, China,
LAMPS AND ELEGANT NOVELTIES.
Watches of the Best
All goods handled are sold
with a guarantee.
I do not handle any plated
ware, therefore everything
bought from me can be relied
npon as being of the best.
All goods bought from me
will be Engraved
FREE OF C0HARGE.
My repairing department is
under my personal supervis
ion and I guarantee all work
entrusted to me.
Come to see me.
Earnest A. Bultman,
-o- Dealer in -0
locks. Jewelry and All Kinds of
ecialty of WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRES
s carry a large and handsome line of
e, Hand..Painted China, Glassware
er articles suitable for gifts of all kind.
M E A ND S EE T HE M.
ock and Jewelry Repairing- Done
omptly and Guaranteed.
BL~OCK.. - - MANING, S., C.
hard times, bat if times are
w minutes of your time we
ed Homespun, goods
now.... ....... ..-..e
t i the same in higher class
new shapes, chleap grades,
We have them to fit your
es and any quality.
se Brogan at 98c to fine Pat.
cind that wear.
ihapes; made to fit, made to
goods that will stand hard
s continually being replen
in all the new style goods
Is, Venetians, and the great
d silks you ever saw in this
ings to match in style, Ap
reat many goods in this line,
sk. You will find wlaat you
find it in stylish new goods
men and children-both in
hlity the best, the price the
wer than last season. Flan
ith us. The Premiums are
I ill save you money if yanou
HELLO, GOOD PEOPLE!
Wlere Are You Running?
We are running into a Bargain at Rigby's Store. When he
offers a Bargain you must get a hustle on you, if you don't the
other fellow will get it.
Running into a Bargain is easy if you trade at Rigby's; he
has a house jam full of Bargains-the biggest in town.
All Departments Are Now Full
to overflowing of well-selected, new and up-to-date Merchandise,
which cannot be and will not be beat.
We offer for sale the largest stock of New Goods in Manning.
No old. oat-of-style, shop-worn goods in our store.
We buy goods to sell, not to keep, and everything must be
sold while it is seasonable.
Dress Goods and Jackets.
You will find in our Dress Goods and Silk Department many
choice weaves and new fabrics, at prices to suit the times, ranging
in price from 10c to $1.50.
Several lots of Jackets must be sold out-they are of the best
We have just placed on our shelves the most complete collec
bion of Ladies' Laundried Collars. The High Turn
Down Collar is among the lot, at................l OC.
Ladies' BLACK LAUNDRIED COLLARS. a very c
new feature for Manning, 15c or two for.. . ..
A Talk on Shoes.
We are always watching your Shoe interest. Hence our stock
of HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES, fully guaranteed by the people
that make them, is the remedy we have for you. Wear them and
be happy and contented, like a thousand others we number as our
BATTLE-AXE SHOES are given up to be the best medium
price Shoes on the markets today. We have them.
Still a few odd lots of Ladies' Sunday Shoes, small numbers, as
low as 55c per pair.
We have gone through our Clothing stock and marked it all
with the determination that it must be sold, and that means that
we have sacrificed all the profits, so you get them CHEAP.
We can give you a nice Black Clay Worsted Suit
at $ * 8
Boys' Suits as low as- ...- ..-.........7
Shirts and Underwear very cheap.
Collars, Cuffs and Neck Ties in great varieties.
Suspenders beginning at 10c. The best Suspenders,
regular 50c seller, for.......................
- We have plenty of help to wait on you, so come on and you
will not have to wait one minute to get served.
N. B--5-8 Inch Thick Cypress Shingles for Sale.
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Sexpect to capture your trade, if good goods at
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