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LoJIS APPELT. Editor.
MANNNIG. S. C., SEPT. 2I, 1904.
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uiberal contracts made for three, six and twelve
Communications must be accompanied by the
real name and address of the writer in order to
No communication ol a personal character
will be published except as an advertisemenz.
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ona Class matter.
NO BIENNIAL SESSIONS.
The juestion of biennial ses
sions of the general assembly
will be considered by the voters
at the coming election. This
-matter has given politicians a
takin'g argument to present to
the people and on first blush it
-.,does appear in the interest of
economy to do away with annual
sessions, and only have the leg
islature meet once every two
years. When a member of the
Senate we cast our vote twice in
favor of biennial sessions, and
did-so, .as we then thought, on
the grcund of economy, but
since then we have studied the
matter more carefully, and ob
served the working of biennial
sessions in other States, and it
has convinced us, the plea of
economy will not hold good. A
session of the legislature it is
said costs about $50,000, and un
:derz our constitutions it is limited
o forty-days, but this limit re
k> feis only to regular sessions, and
,-should special sessions be called
,Mthey would be -unlimited, and
there is no telling where the
ost would go. Our observation
Sis, in States where they have
biennial sessions, the. cost of
special sessions is more than the
regular sessions, and instead of
saving money to the people they
,,add an additjional expense. We
- thxe ido,not think it wise to
change, especially now, that we
ai-e beginjiigto make progressive
strides. / To change our consti
Stution Aould entail a complete
revolgition in our financial sys
d disrupt our entire gov
emental bdy, and - in our
lThjpion we are in no condition
~Yotamper with the governmental
-There seems to be an idea
Khat ife the people adopt the
bienni session amendment in
the coming election the matter
e oes into effect right away, and
~/toewho are elected in thisi
~4~..elctonhold for four years,those
~%fcswhich were formally two,
'itthis is a mistake. The gen
~j9era1 assembly which subimited
amendment has made no pro
- viinfor the tetms, and even
s->i he amendment is adopted it
wlltake a number of years, be
7 rethe machinery can be built
~t> put it into effect. In our
Stewhole scheme is a humbug
9 and'will never amount to any
d hng; and we believe the scheme
&wsonly intended to furnish
~ atchy material for votes.
The Senate of South Carolina
~ will miss such men as Shiepperd
e f Edgefield, Mower of :New
berry, Aldrich of Barnwell, May
Sfield of Bamberg and Dean of
~zGreenville. In our opinion the
Sgentlemen named are among the
~State's brainiest lawmakers,
and for the Senate to lose their
*services all at once is almost a
Scalamity, and none but those
who have been connected with
Sthat body can fully appreciate,
or even realize the misfortune
which has befallen us, by the
loss of the gentlemen named,
from the Senate..
If some , of the statements
which have been made to us by
different people with reference
to the double-dealing of a man
selected to a position of honor,
were reduced to writing and
signed by the parties making
the' statements, the p eo pl e
* would surely feel chagrined for
having misplaced their confi
dence. It is right and proper
to expose such tactics, and
Sdeception at- any time, and
if these people will write out
their statements, sign -them,
and bring them to us, we
promise most solemnly to pub
lish every one of them, but un
less they are willing to have
their statements published over
their own signatures, we will
ask them. not to bother us
any more with the tales of how
So and So played a trick to se
cure votes in a certain commu
nity. If there is not manhood
enough to expose the deception
among those who claim to be in
-possession of the facts, then. let
it rest and stay away from us
with their grievance 'or alleged
The primary is over and now
-we are called upon to take part
in the general election which
takes place November 8th.
['here is no need for us to .re
mind our readers that the nomi
nees of the primary will have
thee nominations confirmed at
the general election, -but we
think it proper to remind them
of their duty in the general elec
tion. Every man who voted in
the primary was under oath~ to
support the nominees in the
election, and the man who fails
to vote in the general election
does not live up to his oath. It
is essential for every voter to
turn out in order that our Con
gressional nominee will poll a
.hav vote if there is a- lisght
vote cast, it will tell against him
in case of a contest at Washing
ton, and may be the cause of his
being unseated. If the Repub
licans carry the next House by a
close margin there is no telling
how many Democrats from the
South they will unseat, and if
we do not take enough interest
in being represented at the na
tional capital to go out and vote
the party strength we may re
gret our inaction when too late.
We want our readers to keep
posted on the progress of immi
gration into this State so that
when another campaign is on,
and a candidate has the temerity
to oppose the coming here of
these people they will give him
the stony glare. There is an
other thing we want our readers
to notice, the death-like silence
of our public men on the immi
gration question, since Ben Till
man wrote his letter endorsiNg
immigration. Now watch the
proceedings of the coming legis
latare, and see how dumb Rep
resentatives will be. We pre
dict. they will either absent
themselves from voting, or they
will "receive enlightment" and
vote to sustain the State's immi
gration policy. There is more re
spect a waiting a Representative
who convinced that his position
was wrong, changes, than a
bull-headed ass, who although
convinced, sneaks away from
voting in order that the record
will not disclose he has changed
his mind. It is yet too early to
know what will develope in the
coming session, but the readers
f newspapers will be informed
f any .-vote-dodging, and the
Representatives may as well
take-notice that they must face
th6music. Voting in the legis
lature is not like making whis
pered deals with candidates and
their friends in a primary.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
earn that there is at least one dreaded disease
hat science has been able to cure in all its
tages, and that isCatarrh- Hall'sCatarrh Cure
s the'only positive cure known to the medical
rraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
sase, requires a constitutional treatment. Han's
,atarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
ipon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
en thereby destroying the foundation of the
iiseaseand gving the patient strength by build
ng up the constitution and assisting nature in
ioing its work. The proprietors have so much
aith in its curative powers. that they offer One
Eundred Dollars for any case that it fails to
.ure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by drgist Zc.
Hal's Pls are the best.
F.dtor The Manning Times:
The Summerton graded school open
Id on the 5th September with 'a larger
nrollment than ever before.
A number of the patrons were pres
ant, several of whom made speeches.
Aiong these were Messrs Joe Cantey,'
Rev. W, S. Porter, E. L. Feldier and
The school this year is under the
nnagement of Mr. L. Cuttingham,
arinciual, assisted by Misses Jennie
icCutchen .and Mabel Harper, of
ingstree. Miss Anna S. Walker, of
Barwell and MISS Rena Allen of Abbe
*Miss Allen has charge of the music
The Sumumerton people are very just
ty proud of their school.
Miss Scarborough of the Mannmng
vaded school spent Saturday and Sun
Elay with her parents. ..
Sheriff Scarborough of Sumter is mn
Mr. Edwin Belser has recently re
turned home from Columbia, where he
will be until the opening of the South
Carolina College. He expects to en
ter the law department there.
The farmers of this section are hust
ling to get their cotton out while it is
bringing ten cents.
Cotton seed IS now selling at twenty
six cents per bushel.
It is reported that the English spar
rows have destroyed the caterpillars
which have been infesting the farm of
Miss May Davis of Cross Roads is
now visiting Mrs. Ellison Capers.
Miss Annie Coskrey left on Tuesday,
the 13th., for the Southern Presbyte
rian College, at Red Springs, N. C.
Miss Lillie Plowden of Wilson Mill,
is attending the Summerton Graded
School this year.
Mrs. J. D. Mathis has just returned
from a visit to her friends at Ridge
Miss Lula Rutledge, of Florence, is
here on a visit to her brother, 4r. J.
Miss Annie Burgess left on the morn
ing of the 16th., for Winthrop College,
where she has accepted a position in
the musi:: department.
Miss Colclough of Wilson Mills was
the guest of Mrs. Porter on Wednes
Our esteemed Dentist, Dr. Smith,
has returned to his post after a pleas
ant vacation of two weeks.
Mr. Willie Rhame has gone to the
C. M. Davis Mercantile Co., as head
clerk in the dry goods department.
Misses Louise and Evelyn Williams
with their young brother, Mark, left
on Wednesday for their home, Augus
ta, Ga. While here they were the
guests of Mr. Eugene Richbourg.
Misses Lala Sublett, Louise Scar
borough and May Harvin, in company
with Messrs Malcolm Scarborough and
Kennedy Rutledge, left on Wednesday,
the 14th inst., for Greenvile. The
ladies go to attend the Greenville Fe
male College, the boys to resume their
studies at Furman University
Mr. E. M. Watt, has returned from
the Spartanburg Business College, and
expects to be at home until January.
Mr. T. H. Connors went to Sumter on
Thursday to attend the marriage of his
niece, Miss Julia Cuttino.
Mrs. S. E. Strange, with her daughters,
of Appleton, after spending several
days with her brother, Mr. J. R. Furse,
has gone to Manning to visit relatives'
Mr, Alva Cummings has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends in St
Mr. R.B. Smyth is preparing to have
two cottages built on the lot adjoining
his own. They will be for rent.
The walls of Mr. Colclough's brick
store are nearing completion. When
finished this store will add much to the
appearance of our town.
Mr. Guss Richbourg is preparing to
build his dwelling house on the lot be
tween Mr. W. S. Cantey's and the Bur
The enrollment of our school this year
is about one hundred and ten. This is
an excess of about twenty pupils over
last year's enrollment, at this time.
It is time that the Citizens of Sum
merton should consider the advisability
of building another school house.
Miss Edith Quincy has returned from
her summer trip to Rocky Mount.
Reported by pupils of ninth grade.
Sept.. 19, 1904.
Bear te b.n You Have Always Bought
Editor The Manning Times:
This has either been an uneventful
week in Foreston or. we have failed to
"catch on" to many of the events trans- t
piring around us. Perhaps, both-we I
were much too busy last week with our 1
own affairs to give much thought to
what ethers were saying and doing.
However, be the cause what it may,
we find ourselves in the predicament
of having nothing to write about, and 1
can only do the best we can with th.e
material at our disposal.
Well, the second primary was held(
here last Tuesday. Everything passed i
off quietly. As it is a matter of local
interest. ivill state what is no doubt
generally known, that Mr. L. J. Nettles 1
was elected magistrate at Foreston. C
Miss Gussie mason who has been on
an extended visit to relatives in Wil
liamsburg, Sumter and Clarendon
counties, left here, last Sunday, on her
return trip to her home in Oliver, Ga. ]
Capt. S. Y- Barnes and Master Fred c
went to Manning Monday.
Mrs. John Chandler and Master ]
Aleck Grimsley of Salters, spent Mon- I
day night at Mr. C. M. Mason's.
Miss Edna Mortimer, after a pleasant
stay in Foreston, returned, to her home
Masters Ceth Mason and Freddie I
Barnes left here Tuesday morning for e
Hartsville, where they will attend the s
Welsh Neck High School. V
Mr. George Hudgins came Thursday s
for a visit to his grand-father, Mr. R. s
Rev. R. L Grier was a guest at Mr.
C. M. Mason's Wednesday and Thurs
With exceeding regret we heard of s
the death of Mr. Cope Burgess, a son 0
of Mr. Jimmie Burgess near Foreston. d
He died Saturday morning, at Mayes- _
ville, and was buried Sunday morning
at Brewington. We extend our sym
pathy to the family in their bereave
Mr.-Butler of Orangeburg came to S
Foreston Saturday morning.
Mr. David Johnspn went to Columbia
Saturday evening. t
Will do better when we can.
Foreston, Sept. 19, 1904.
Has Sold a Piles of Chamberlain's Cough
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for more than twenty years
and it has given entire satisfaction. I
have sold a. pile of it and can recom
mend it highly.-Joseph McElhiney,
Linton, Iowa. You will find this reme
dy a goood friend when troubled with
cough ao cold. It always affords quick
relief and is pleasant to take. For sale
by The 1t. B.-Loryea, Drug Sto'e, Isaac
M. Loryea, Prop.
The Summerton Graded School Literary
Editor The Manning Tmes:
The Summerton Graded School. Lit
erary Society held its first weekly
meeting of the new term Friday after
noon September 9th.
As there had bien no officers elected,
Mr. Irvine Belser was unanimously
chosen to act as temporary chairman.
Mr Belser took the chair and immed
iately proceeded with the business.
Miss Madge Coskrey was then chosen
to act as temporary secretary. The
society then proceeded with the elec
ion of officers. The following were
President, Mr. Irvine Belser.
Vice President, Miss Madge Coskrey.
Secretary, Miss Hettie Richbourg.
Superv.isor, Miss Etta Scarborough.
Treasurer, Mr. Grady Walker.
First Critic, M r. L. Cottingham.
Second Critic, Miss Jennie Mc
There being no further business the
Summerton, Sept. 19, 1904.
THE CHRISTIAN churches at Con
stantinople, Turkey, and Yokahoma,
Japan, have long used the Longman &
Martinez Paints for painting their
Liberal contributions of L. & M.
Paint will be given for such purposes
wherever a church is located.
F. hi.. Scofield, Harris Springs, S. C.,
writes, "I painted our old homestead
with L. & M. twenty-six years ago. Not
painted since; looks better than houses
painted in the last four years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va.,
writes, "Painted Frankenburg block
with' L. & M., shows better than any
buildings here have ever done; stands
>ut as.,though varnished, and and act
ual cost of paint was less than $1.20 per
gallon. Wears and covers like gold."
These Celebrated Paints are sold by
the R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
1R NEW QUARTERS. l'
he D. J. Chandler ClothigCompany in Its e
The D. J. Chandler Clothing Coin-.
pany now occupy the Rytsenberg build
ing- on the N. W. Corner of Main
andl Liberty streets, having removeda
f'ron the old stand on the east side of d
North Main street last week. The
Ryttenberg store, which has been leas
d for a term of ten years, was thorough
y renovated and refitted,- and the in
erior is now as bright and fresh as
aint and varnish and new fixtures
ould make it.
In their new stand the Chandler
lothing Company has one of the larg
est, best lighted and most conveniently
arranged clothing establishments in
South Carolina, and the stock of cloth
ing and furnishing goods, which is now
being opened, is probably the largest
and handsomest ever brought to this
city by one firm. Not only the first
floor, bgt the~second fioor as well, is fill
ed with goods, conveniently arranged
nd attractively displayed, and goods
are still arriving daily. The estab
lisment is a credit to the city and the
prosperous business that has been built
up is the result of hard work, fair deal
ing, a thorough knowleged of the cloth
ng business in all its details and syste
matic and well directed advertising. e
This firm has been for a number of "
years the most liberal advertiser in the p
city, their expenditures annually for
advertising exceeding that of any oth
er firm in Sumter. That advertising'
pays has been proven beyond question a
by the experience of the Chandler ~
Clothing Co., and each year, as the
business grows, the advertising appro
priation is increased and the field of g,
their business is extended to cover a
larger territory. -
The company which was incorporat
ed January 1st, 1904, succeeded to the
business of D. J. Chandler, there being ]
but two stockholders, D. J. Chandler
nd Jas. H. Chandler. Mr. D. J. Chan
dler began business in 1891, at which
time he bought out the clothing busi- is
ness of his uncle, the late D. J. Winn, a
who retired on account of the infimi- c
ties of old age, after a business career s:
f more than forty years._ Mr. Winna
established a merchant tailoring busi
ness in Sumterville about 55 years ago, r
which he conducted continuously up to
the time of his retirement in 1891. He
was the first merchant to bring ready I
made clothing to Sumter, having put I
in a stock of clothing as a side line to
his merchant tailoring business
many years ago. Under his manage
ment the business grew to substantial 9
proportions and the name of Winn was
known throughout this section of the
State, and wherever known it was
synonymous with liability and honesty.
Messrs D. J. Chandler and Jas. H.
Chandler, entered the employment of
.6 or 18 years and have been engaged
n the clothing business ever since.
L'hey have grown up with the business
Lod have kept abreast of the times.
Their long experience and knowledge
>f the business has put them in a posi.
ion to select the best goods in their
ine and the goods that they handle are
he equal of any on the market. In
lothing their leading lines are manu
actured for them by the Fechhemier,
ischel Co., of New York, and Hart,
scheffner & Marx, of Chicago; in hats
beir leading lines are made by Knox
Lnd Hawes; in furnishing goods they
iandle the line of Wilson Bros., o
'hicago, the leading dealers in furnish
ng goods in the United States, and in
hirts their favorite brands are the Cos
nopolitan and the Eclipse. In all de
>artments they seek to carry a full and
:omplete assortment and every article
s guarenteed to be exactly as repre
ented, and herein lies the secret of the
uccess of this establishment.
Besides D. J. and J. H. Chandler, W.
. Shaw and Geo. W. Hutcheson, both
xperienced clothing men, assist in
raitin on the trade. Mr. Clarence
lolliday is the office man and book
The Stomach is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man,
eoause it cannot transform the food he
ats into nourishment. Health and
trength cannot be restored to any sick
aan or weak woman without first re
toring health and strength to the
tomach. A weak stomach cannot di
est enough food to feed the tissues
nd revive the tired and run down limbs
nd organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia
ure digests what you eat cleanses and
rengthens the glands and membranes
f the stomach, and cures indigestion,
yspepsia and all stomach troubles.
old by The R. B. Loryea. Drug Store.
Court convenes in Manning Monday,
eptember 26, with Judge Dantzler
Following is the list of jurors drawn
Jake Harvin, Harvins.
T. M. McElveen, Seloc.
John C. Graham, Davis Station.
W. G. Frierson, Jordan.
R. D. Clark, Manning.
J. H. Rigby, Manning.
W. P. Gardner, Jordan.
J. H. McKnight, Manning.
J. E. M. Hodge, Manning.
R. L. Felder, Pinewood.
D. R. Lloyd, Manning.
R S. Flemming, New Zion.
C. J. Gibson, Manning.
David Shoemaker, Felders.
B. C. Ragin, Summerton.
S. L. Steadham, Manning.
T. P. Brown, Paxville.
J. W. Heriott, Manning.
S. M. Barfield, Manning.
E. B. Andrews, Manning R. F. D.
J. W. Childers, Davis Station.
A. M. White, Manning.
J. M. DuBose, New Zion.
Joseph Sprott, Jr., Jordan.
J. S. Burgess, Seloc.
W. W. Weeks, Pinewood.
C. J. Haley, Jordan.
W. R. McLeod, Paxville.
C. H. June, Jordan.
W. B. Dickson, Manning.
Wim. L. Green, Jr., Turbeville.
C. M. Mason, Foreston.
P. M. Mitchum, Jordan.
H. .J. Haley, Foreston.
J. P. Winter, Manning.
P. M. Gibbons, New Zion.
SECOND WEEK JURORS.
C. E, Wilkins, Manning.
L. D. Barrow, New Zion.
D. I. Driggers, Workman.
J. M. Strange, Wilson.
C. R. Harvin, Manning.
D. M. Rodgers, Davis Station.
R. E. Smith, Lake City.
J. H. Graham, Sardinia.
S. M. Havnsworth, Foreston.
C. H. June. Jordan.
J. M. Brailsford, Silver, R. F. D.
J. J. Berry, Manning.
-H. C. Baggett. Manning
F. S. Geddings, Paxville.
J. G. P'lowden, Manning.
W. M. Plowden, Manning.
J. B. Mellett, Davis Station.
W. C. White, Manning.
A. Plumer Burgehs. Summerton.
B. W. Cutter, Paxville.
o C. Scarborough Summerton.
J. W. Kennedy, New Zion.
W. E. Richburg, Summerton.
H. P. Gibbons, New Zion.
W. T. Kolb, Pinewood.
J. D. Gerald, Manning.
P. T. Floyd, Seioc.
A. G. Stack, Pinewood,
J. M. Player, Sardinia,
J. J. Richbourg, Foreston.
J. S. Bell, Manning,
J. E. Richbourg, Manning.
L. D. Player, Manning,
- C. R. Sprott, Manning.
B. W. DesChamps, Pinewood.
C. E. McElveen., Seloc.
When trobled with constipation try
hamberlain's Stomach and Liver Thb
ts. They are easy to take and pro
nce no gripping or other unpleasant
fect. For sale by The R.JB. Loryea
Irug Store.. Isaac M. Loryea. Prop.
The Strongest, the Simplest and most eo
nomical of all Stump Hullers. Try it be
fore you 'pay for it. Guaranteed to pull
your stumps or no pay asked.
Write for Free Booklet giving terms
THE CHlAMPION STUMP PULLER Co.,
COLUMIBIA. S. C. I
. .THE. .
L B. L.ORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
- that they are prepared to supply their wants
ith their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
irtment of the
id every attention is shown to the wants of
For Xany Years
re have endeavored to give the very best at
nin to our customers' wants, and feel that
e have succeeded.
Our stock of
complete mn every particular and every and
iy demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
[NES call on us and we can givc you general
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful nnd im
ediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
ars we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sigrn of the
MANNING, S. Q.
~~ wh atee our needs mnay b e inMns,a Boys' r Children'
Cltig HasadFrnishing Goods, we would like the
In New Quarters.
L We nwocupy th~ Ryttenberg Building, Main and
ID. J* CHANDLER I
Sumter, s. C.
J. W. cLEOD
Succesor o S.I. Tll,4
s. I TIL, Maager
We ae stll i theMil
1~* - @
J. W MoLOD,@
Sucessr o S I Til@
S. I TIL, Maager
and ready to serve the public. with as nice line of
SFancy & Staple Groceries'.
as can be purchased.
We also keep all the Seasonable Fruits and the
Freshest of Crackers.
G IV E US A T RI AL.
$10 for a Name!
Having recently perfected a Combination: Lead, we wishto
get a suitable brand-name. -For'the one weconsider the best we
will give $10. Contest closes October 1st.
SEND YOUR SUGGESTIONS TO'
LELAND MOORE PAINT &:OILW
Manufacturers of "Pure Mixed Paints
211 East Bay. Street, -Carleston, S C
An Opportunity is Offered
>r investment in a magnificent piece of timber land. in Jacks6n eo2 h
629 acres that will 'eut of oak, poplar, gum, spruce and white pine etY'
Lated at I,500,000 feet. The land lies on bothjidesof a splendid stream
ith bottom land and rolling uplands and-is'valuable for farming.piposes
rter the timber is eat. Price of this piopert $5,000. Terms can be e
a purchase money. -
If you wish;to sell your property write us.,
;outhern ield Real Estae Ex at
4S3AELTWA6M UIQ- 33 D. X4
J. H. CARLISLE, Jr., Secretary and hreasurer
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.
If's for You to Dede~ K
SWhether or not you want the best goods at moderate cost. I
Syou are looking for new, stylish and'up-to-date Dress Goods
come and let us show you through our new fall: line. -Our ue
is just back from the Northern markets. where he bought te.
Smost complete line, that ever came to Manning. Wei wililtake ~
much'pleasute ini showinglyoui through our line... WHAT2'S THE
USE of waiting for cold weather? Come now while you.have the*
cream of the lot to select from. ,
SFancy Mjxed Swtngs.
We are showing Fancy Mixed Suitingrs iii.very riceffcs
Something new, stylish and up-to-date.. -Wheg -you are wearing.
SSuits made from these you can feelfassured that you ba ve the.
~.very latest out.
All the newest Waist Goods. We have them and.a very large r
variety to select from at prices .that are reasonable. Comege
yours before they are all picked over. '
NOVELTIES IN BLACKC GOOEDS4''
Handsome. stylish 'effects, are ready for inspection. Come
and let us show you- these, judge 'for yourself. Prices that il
suit you. '-'
All kinds. You can get everything ini Trimmings from us *
that you will need to trim that new des '
Tailor-Made Skirts. e
We have a big assortment of ready Tailored Skirts, all kinds
and sizes. Very stylish and well-made. They are the kinds that9
will be worn in all the large cities this season.
SHOE3S, SHOFRS. 9
We sell the celebrated HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES. Every
pair satisfies, wears well, fit the feet and are comfortable. All
sizes-and styles. Try a pair from us and yon will be pleased.
- Let us say right here we
~~' sell the famous9
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