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MANNING, S. C., OCT. 26, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MTT be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
W. E. JENKINSftI COMPANY.
Special Sale'Starting Next Monday Morning,
Oct. 31st. Fine Dress Goods and Trim
mings, Millinery, Kid Gloves, Silk and
Wool Gloves, Cloaks, Furs and Zephyr
On next Monday morning we will
open a very important sale of Dress
Goods, Sills, Trimings. Cloaks, Furs,
Millinery and Zephyr Shawls. A fine
line of Ladies' Broadcloth, 54 in. wide,
in blacks and colors-sells for Sl,but we
put them down at this sale for 75 cents
per yard. Our entire line of 60 and 65
cents Dress Goods will go in this sale at
50 cents per yard. Ladies, our stock of
fine Jackets is too large for us to
enumerate,'but suffice it to say that we
will show bargains in Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloaks that you cannot
find elsewhere. This will be a great
season for furs and we venture to say
that we are showing the greatest line
of Furs and Zephyr Shawls ever seen in
Fur Boas from $1 to $15 each.
Twenty dozen Ladies' fine Kid Gloves
in all shades,$1.25 values,will go for $1;
every pair warranted.
Our Millinery department will have
some bargains to offer that cannot be
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Otterbein Quartette at Institute Hall
next Tuesday night.
Watch for Jenkinson's train-load of
bargains next week.
Mrs. Fannie Moore is building a fine
residence at Greeleyville.
Rev. J.-M. Holladay leaves tomorrow
for Indiantown to preach.
. There will be a "box party" at Mr.
B. W. Cutter's, near Paxville.
Found-A a bunch of keys, which the
owner may have by'calling at this office.
Read W. M. Graham's Auction horse
sale to take place November 1st in
Don't fail to attend Otterbein Male
Quartette at Institute Hall, Tuesday
night, Nov. 1.
. There. should be an ordinance, and it
.enforced, against fast driving around
the corners of our streets.
Rev. R. A. Sublett of Summerton
left yesterday for Anderson where he
will hold a series of meetings.
Miss Bertha Roshandler of New
York has arrived to assist Mrs. D.
. irschmann in the millinery depart
Rev. A. N. Brunson, supplied the
Camden pulpit last Sunday, and his
pulpit was filled by Rev. E. K. Moore
Boys, you are not in it unless you are
able to carry a box of Huyler's to your
best girl. Louis Levi has just received
a fresh supply.
There will be a hot' supper at Home
Branch on Friday night, November
4th, for the benefit of that church.
Oysters will be served.
*Why is it that our Manning merch
ants are selling more goods now than
ever before? It is because they adver
tise and sell at living profits.
, There are numbers of farmers through
out this county who have determined
to hold cotton for better prices, and we
believe they will realize their wishes.
' "Old Rock" has begun the collection
of taxes, and says if the people will pay
up now instead of all waiting until the
last moment it wini aid him very much,
and be better for them.
The town council is calling for taxes.
'Peoplie do not mind paving taxes whe~n
they are getting something for their
money. The claying of the streets is
money well spent.
Died near Sardinia, last Thursday,
M unte~d ughte of Mr .
S. Kennedy, agdabout 40 years: The
funeral took place at New Zion Friday.
Two accidents befell citizens of
Greeleyville last Monday, Mr. C. Z.
Joiner had a finger cut off at the mill
of the Mallard Lumber Co., and Mr,
T. J. Hogan was painfully hurt by a
A tenant house on the place of Mrs.
-M. R. Alsbrook, occupied by Mr. Jeff
Barfield, was burned last Monday night
while the Barfied family -were away.
The entire contents of the house was
destroyed. It is supposed the fire was
farried at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr, J. C. Frierson, at
4:15, p. in., October 20th, Miss Lou Fri
erson to Mr. W. J. Stafford, of Dazell.
Rev. J. D. Huggins officiating. The
bridal party left immediatly to attend
the reception at Mr. Stafford's home
Parties- desiring to buy Peruvian
guano may find it to their interests to
confer with THE TruMS' editor, as he
is in a position to make contracts. We
would advise that contracts should be
made early so as to get the advantage
of shipments before the railroads be
It is said that tflere is a cause for a
certain young lady making frequent
visits to Manning now from Alcolu,
and her friends will soon be made aware
of it. Venning has made special pre
parations for just those kind of enter
tainments. Go and look over his line
of beautiful present-goods.
We shall be pleased to talk with our
-farmer friends about high-grade Peru
vian guano. We can make contracts
now for these goods that is guaranteed
to analyze 8.30 ammonia; 8.50 total
phopho?ric acid and 2 per cent. potash,
and a complete mixture which is ex
pected to analyze 3.25 ammonia; 3;25
potash, and 18 phosphor~ic acid. If you
want these goods, call at THE TIuMS'
Last Saturday was another fine trade
day in Manning. All of the merchants
did a big business. One merchant told
us that his sales for the week aggre
gatd $2,000 cash, and his collections
*were never better. This merchant is
a strong believer in printer's ink, and
our next week's issue will contain a big
*advertisement offering a whole train
load of bargains. The train has already
arrived and the public will see it next
At a congregational meeting~ in the
Presbyterian church last Sunday, Mr.
D. C. Shaw, of Alcolu, was elected an
*Elder. This is a splendid selection, as
Mr. Shaw will make a orogressive
official. The congregation a'lso increas
*ed the pastor's salary, another sign of
*awakening. We are informed there is
a movement on foot to build a brick
hurch, and a certain merchant here
not a mnember of that congregation,
bt a believer in improvements,_ told us
he will.contribute $100. This is a fine
..arter who will do likewise?
Ladies, those of you who wear corset
have an opportunity to procure one o:
these shapemakers, that does not com
but once in a life-time. Read J. W
McLeod's advertisement in this issue
cut out the "Ad," take 't to his store
and get one of the, best corsets mad(
for a trifle. Remember this will b
the only issue the advertisement wil.
appear in, and we would advise ever%
lady to cut out the "ad" right now, and
put it away until she comes to town tc
trade. The F. C. corset is one of the
best made, and now is the chance tc
get one of them for almost nothing.
Fewer gallons: wears ionger: Devoe.
An old Time Remedy.
Murrays Herehound Mullein and
Tar has in it th' purest of drugs. All
of which were used by our parents and
grand-parents. It is a combination sc
put together that it cures a cough right
off. Nothing is bettter for babies. It
is a most reliable cure and all cases oi
ebughs. Ask your druggist for it.
They all have it. Get a bottle now and
have it ready. Costs only 25c, a bottle
-extra large bottles-regular 50c size.
Remember to ask for "Murrays" and
take no other.
Those Election Notices.
Our attention has been called to an arti
cle in the Manning Farmer of last issue,
in which our name is used in a manner
that may mislead some who are unac
quainted with the facts: . The commis
sioners in their discretion saw fit to
authorize THE TDms to publish the
election notices. THE TiES has al
ways published these notices.They re
quested us to act as clerk of the State
board, and we did it, but had nothing
whatever to do with the adyertising
decision. The first intimation made
about advertising came from 'Mr. J. M.
Montgomery who had just had a pri
vate conversation with Capt. W. C.
Davis, and 1r. Montgomery address
ing us, said, "Captain Davis request
ed that a copy of the election notices be
iven to the Farmer," to which we re
plied: "That is a matter entirely with
the commissioners. It is for them to
say whether the election notices shall
be published in the two papers, one
paper, or whether they shall be pub
lished in any paper, as we knew of no
law which required them published at
all." The inference from the Farmers
article is that we influenced the board
to give the notices to this paper only.
This is a mistake, nor did it make any
difference to us whether the Farmer
was authorized to publish them; we did
not mention the matter of advertising
to a single soul before the subject was
brought up by 'Mr. Montgomery who
stated the request made by Captain
Davis. We know, however, that mem
bers of the commission did not relish
the idea of the method employed by
the Farmer to secure the advertising,
because they expressed themselves
quite freely, and we believe had the
editor of the paper or any one whom
he may have sent gone before the com
missioners and made the request of the
board, instead of taking off one mem
ber from each board into a jury room
,to privately make arrangements, the
results may have been different. It is
a fact that members of the two boards
regarded it a reflection upon them to
send Captain Davis and Probate J dge
Windham to use their influence 7b se
cure this advertising, at the same time,
we are satisfied neither of these gen
tlemen had any idea when they each
took a member from each board off
privately, instead of appearing before
the whole commission, of giving offence,
and would not have done so had they
thought it would be so construed.
The last paragzraph 'in the article in
the Farmer wherein it refers to pub
lishing these notices "all the same"
would have in our opinion been more
just had it said "through the courtesy
of Mr. Louis Appelt. it was enabled to
publish the complete notices of elec
tion," beca.use .it is a fact that at the
request of Captain W. C. Davis, with
ourown hand we made a copy of the
list of managers to be given to the edi
tor of the Farmer, which should be su
ficient evidence that we have no in
terest in keeping that paper from get
ting these notices.
The election .commissioners alone
have the power to say where these no
tices shall be published, and all the in
terest we have in the matter is to get
from them the necessary authority to
publish, and having gotten this, it
would make no difference if they had
also authorized the publication in a
half dozen other papers if there were
that many. THE MANING TmiES has
always published these notices, before
and after it had opposition, and it is
the first time any complaint has been
made because the opposition was not
authorized to publish them also. The
Editor of THE Tn'ES has been '-clerk'
for the boards many, many, times be
fore, and ever since 1880 has had im
posed upon him the looking after the
management of the general elections.
It is because we have been actively
serviceable to the party in a practicable
way every county chairman since 188(
has depended largely upon our experi
ence for aid in having all arrangements
properly made for the elections.
We have no reason to use our influence
to defeat the editor of the Farmer inanl
business matter- he seeks to obtain. He
has never interfered with us nor have
we any desire to interfere with him.
If it is policy to have men of influence
to secure patronage for him, that is hia
businesss-ours is different.
The reference to the "devil" bemng
put into the commissioners was not ne
cause it was Captain Davis, but because
he did not, make. his request to'rthe
board. Our only reason for explaining
this matter at all is to correct any im
pression which may be made upon the
minds of people, that the election com
missioners were influenced in their ac
tion by us, and to let it be known tha1
the "Farmer" got its list of managers
from us, in order to show there was n<
desire on our part to be discourteou:
to its editor.
Shylock was the man whc
wanted a pound of humar
flesh. There a re m a n
Shyloks now, the convales
cent, the consumptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesla
and they can get it-take
Scott's Emulsion is flesi
and blood, bone and muscle
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and the~
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty yeari
Scott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
409-415 Pearl Street, New Yoim
Soc. and $zQco; anl druggists.
Joy and happiness oftimes
In mothers hearts are broght to dwell
Because -"TEETH1NA'S" brought th(
To baby's cheeks and made it well.
Anodynes only soothe and lull to sleep
"TEETHINA" cures child, regulate!
the bowels and saves the parents man3
sleepless nights of care and anxiety.
Notice to Teachers and Trustees.
The School law requires teachers em
ployed in the public schools to have
their certificates registered in the ofiice
of the County Superintendent of Educa
Trustees will please not issue a pay
warrant to any teacher until tis law ii
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Sup't.. of Education.
Oct. 3rd 1904.
Danger of a Cough.
Pneumonia, gripp, cold, bronchitii
and nearly every other dangerous sick
ness of this kind is usually the develop
meat of a slight cough. Too many peo
ple are laid up and too many die from
diseases where they coulu so casih1
knock that first conzh in the head.
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tai
cures colds. It just drops the bottom
out of a cough. Every druggist has it
for 25c a bottle. Remember "Murray's'
and take no other. Regular 50c size.
Lawyers are men who work with a
will. Doctors often provide the way:
When a man pays a doctor's bill, he
often wonders if life is worth living.
The cut-rate druggist does his best
to bring sickness with in the reach
, Fame has its disadvantages. It never
lets a man's creditors get off his trail.
A dentist is a man who pulls people's
teeth. A lawyer is one who pulls their
When it comes to making a long story
short, the editor's blue yencil is strictly
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf
Try Pansy Flour you will find it at
Call on S. A. Rigby for fine Flour
He sells Pansy.
Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture
Store in the Levi Block. rtf]
Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture
Store in the Levi Block. [tf]
Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture.
Store in the Levi Block. [tf]
Save wood by using one of Dickson
Hardware Co.'s Heaters.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. I'oryea Drug Store.
Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture
Store in the Levi Block. [tf]
Have you seen Krasnoff's Furniture
Store in the Levi Block. [tf]
Buy one of Dickson Hardware Co.'s
Heaters, they will give you comfort.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dr. Hawks will test your eyes free'at
Rhame's Drug Store, in Summerton,
November 7th, to 10th inclusve. [2t
Sprinkle -your corn with sulphur, it
will keep the rats out. For sale by
Capers & Co., Summerton, S. C. [5-3t
Pay your town taxes. by November
15th, 1904, and avoid the penalty. Office
open every afternoon, after 3 o'clock,
at the Town Hall. E. J. BRowNE,
(3t) Clerk and Treasurer.
For Rent-A good two-horse farm
in St. James township, dwelling and
other buildings. Apply to
* W. C. WILLiI~s,
Summerton, S. C., R. F. D.,.No. 1.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this
At the Newport horse show
Alfred Gwynne Vanderbuilt de
clared that a horse's teeth did
not make an infalible guide to its
age, and they who depended on
the teeth alone were- apt to fall
into grievous error in reckoning
the age of horses.
"Don't count too .much on the
teeth," said Mr. Vanderbilt, "or
you will go as far -'wrong as the
rich San Franciscan, who decid
ed late in life to set up a racing
"Earning his millions he had
worked like a slave from early
in the morning till late at night,
and in all his 60/ years he hadn't
once had time :to study horses,
let alone to ride er drive them.
"So, before b;eginning to buy:
he thought he would take a lit
tle expert advice. He knew a
livery stable keeper, and he weni
to see the man.
"'Jerome, '/ he said. 'I am go
ing to buy 4 stable of horses.
Now, when they are trotted oui
for my inspeition how will I telj
how old they are? I don't wan1
to be stuck, -you know, with a 1o1
of antiquate'd nags.'
"The livgryman said it was by
their teeth fthat horses' ages were
told. He intended to go into ths
matter a little further, but the
millionair6, a hustler, hurriec
"He hug'ried off, and the ner
day a fines coach horse was sub
nitted tce him by a dealer.
" 'Hovt' much do you want fol
this anintal?' he asked.
" 'Abo it $1,200,' the deale
-"The intillionaire opened th<
horse's douth and studied its
teeth with slow care. Then, wip
ing his ha ds, he laughed harsh
"'Take ilt away.' he said. 'I
is thirty-twso years old.'"
To Churches o *;the Santee Association.
Our associationt will meet in Bishol
ville October 27.i Let us compare ou
contributions colllected with what th
executive board singgested and see
we are ready with d4 full report.
The Lord and our conscience ma
demand more of us th~an the executiv
board. Let us go up togour meeting pre
pared for the best ser'vice while ther
and to receive a large lilessing from th
J. D) HUGGINS,,
Chi'r Exc. Br,d.
Beax the . The Kind You Have tways Bough
coming Nov. 1,
Otterbei Male Quartette
and MISS EMELIE EHRET ADAt1S.
This splendid company of artists will
please the most fastidious audience.
There will be vocal and instrumental
music and plenty of it to suit every
Reserved seats on sale at The Man
ning Grocery Co. Monday, Oct. 31st,
and Tuesday, Nov. 1st.
Out of town persons can arrange for
seats by communicating with C. R.
Breedin, 'phone 81.
8:45 P. 11. SHARP.
Hall will be comfortably heated if
Prices of reserved seats: Adults, 50c;
General admission: Adults. 50c: chil
All persons are forbidden to enter,
hunt, fish, or in any manner trespass
upon any part of the lands in Claren
don County, South Carolina, known as
Hickory Hill and Woodside planta
tions, or upon the lands of Mrs. G. M.
Belser in the town of Summerton, in
the said County and State. .
W. G. BELSER.
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 25th day
of November 1904, for letters of dis
charge as Executors of the Estate of
Dr. T. L. Burgess, deceased.
A. PLUMER BURGESS,
J. H. BURGESS,
Summerton, S. C., October 24,1904.
The County Treasurer's office will be
open for the collection of taxes, with
out penalty. from the 26th day of Octo
ber to the 31st day of December, in
clusive, 1904. The levy is as follows:
For State, 5 Mills; for County. 3 Mills;
for Jail purposes j Mill; Constitutional
School, 3 Mills; Polls, $1.00. Also School
District No. 24, Special "1" Mill; School
Districts No. II, 16, 17, 18, 25. Special
"2" Mills: School Distrtets No. 2. 21,
Speciai "3" Mills; School .Distri-ts No.
7, 9, 19, 20, 22, Special "4" Mis.
A penalty of 1 per cent. added for the
month of January, 1905. Additional
penalty of 1 per cent. for month of
February, 1905. Additional penalty of
5 per cent. for 15 days in March, 1905.
Road tax must be paid when other
taxes are paid, which is two dollars.
S. J. BOWMAN,
I keep a large and complete stock of
If you should be so unfortunate as to
need either, the cheapest coffin or the
finest Rosewood Casket you will find
the principle of low prices ruling in
Our beautiful new hearse has arrived
and all calls, night or day, will receive
My Furniture Department is com
plete in -every detail. and as I buy for
cash and in carload lots I defy competi
W. E. JENKINSON.
I8 TOUR Y9081IION SAI3IH1l1ORT?
A large and prominent Life Insu
rance Company is offering excellent
contracts to those wishing to engage in
business. Anyone desiring full partic
ulars should address,
M ANAGER, P. O. Box 544,
Charleston, S. C..
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the. .. Golden Mortar,
Beg to i'nform their many-triends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
We car aiful1 an complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants of
For Many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants. and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
When inneed of PR DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
MAI Oc RDERS reedive our carcful and ir.
eiate ttentyonur kin patronage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC Mt LORYEA, Proprietor,
- ~ Sign of the
- Golden Mortar
' MANNING, S. 0.
SThe Strongest, the Simplest and most ec
-nomical of all Stump Hullers. Try it be
fore you pay for it. Guaranteed to pull
Write for Free Booklet giving terms
THE CHAMPiON STUMP PULLER CO.,
colM-BmA, s. 0.
9R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
f MANNING, S. C.
'Phone No. 6.
R. J . A. COLE,
Nettles Building, upstairs,
MANNING, S. C.
W. (1 DAVIS,
n p Proprietor of Rhame's
D. 0. RL, Drug Store, is a li
censed Druggist and a member of the State Phar- 4
maceutical Association, with eighteen (18) years'
CONTINUOUS experience compounding prescrip
tions. Further comment is unnecessary.
Several new designs just in, for dainty and
fashionable notes. Some very nice paper at 10c.
A good mnany kinds at
Some nice Books to read at
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
for those who shave at
home - make nice gifts
for your g e n t 1 e m e n
friends. For sale.at
Such as Chocolate Pitchers, Cake Plates, Cracker
Jars, Vases, etc., make splendid~ Wedding and
Chrismas Presents. Rhame's Drug Store has
them on display. Come and see them.
Prescriptions a Specialty at RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
(Our motto is "The Best or None.")
Rhame' s Drug Store,
SUIMMERTON, S. C.
I want to thank the people of Clarendon county
Sfor their past and present patronage and I assure you
onetendalth same is very much appreciated by me.F
I xedto all my friends a cordial invitation to
inspect my Fall lnec of
IDry Goods, Shoes, Etc.,
and I will say if prices and quality count for any
thing?, I know I can please the most fastidious.E
Watch my advertisements and you will know_
Swhere to obtain a goocd quality of Merchandise at
very reasonable prices.
I have in my Dress Goods department:
36-inch Cheviot Mixture at.............50c per yard.
36-inch Scotch Mixture at.............50 per yard.
Nunl's Veiling at...,.................50e per yard.
Crepeline at.........................50 per yard.
.I defy competition on my entire line of Shoes as
Sto quality and prices. Once you buy my Shoes I
Swill always have you as a customer.
~is ful of good things and anything you need in our'
line you will find here, and the price-well, we will
No matter what notion strikes you, come our
way and look over our line. We know we can please
you in anything you need.j
Remember us when you want good Candies. We
Shandle Huyler's Candies exclusively and everybody
knows the merits of these goods.
Come to see me.
LOUIS8 L-E V I.
iu uWiDue 1uILA
Our ...ABOUT THE..
And the Rapid Moying of Our Mam
moth Fall Stock.
We have had the opening and we return our sincere thanks
to those of our friends and customers who favored us with thei'
presence during this grand occasion.
We have also been spending our, time considerably showing.
goods and talking styles for the past few weeks, and now-thalt
October is fast ushering in with her breezy nights and balmy
mornings reminds us and surely will remind you of the fact that
vou .will soon need to do your fall buying of-a fine Dress, a fine
Hat. a fine pair of Shoes and mnany other comforts relative to
happiness and good health.
Well. t be MUTUAL keeps her eyes open along the line.of her
custoners rieeds and takes this opportunity of .proclaiming thp
o ood news. -
Get on r October Sale prices'on the nice Dress that you want
now You can have it. of the new Broadeloth.'this season's fali
ries. You cnn have it from the tine shirred .Zibelines. You can
have it from the Mannish Mixtures or the Watter-Proof Craven
ettes, or the Wool Serges, Wool Granites, etc.
Great line of Black Dress Goods to biy from.
Special in Black yard-wide Pea de Soie Silk at $1 the yard
Yard-wide guarantebd Black Taffeta at $1.
*OUR -:- OCTOBER:. HATSD
Are priced low down, so if you want to get a Hat.:that's full'ot
style and good looks and at the same time save seyeral dollars on
it, come in during our October Sale and let Miss Clary design.
.this Hat for you. Remember we give you your money back,
you are not entirely satisfied.
Now, in addition to our first thought being'of the ladies and -
their wants, we have a pretty good second thought about: our
fellowman as well, and have gathered:together for his considera.
tion the following lines,- which we have made as strong as the
rocks themselves: -
Good Shoes at Good Prices, Hats, Caps, .
Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery Hand
keichiefs, Neckwear and rants
We also carry the-greatest line of Boys' Enee Suits in tow nr,
fro: 3 years old to 16.
LADIES. we inviteyour careful attention to our stylishrlack
ets and Fars, and we know if you are to buy one this season we
will be the happy merchants to sell you.
Have you seen our "Buster Brown" Stoekings for Boys? and
"Buster Brown's" sister's Stoekings for Girls? If you have not
we just want you to see and try a pair of them and we know that
the question of keeping the little fellows and- the little fellows'
sisters in Hose will be solved.
We are sole agents for these in Manning.
The price is only 25c per pair.
I MU1UiL-DRY- GOODS OPNI1
Au ltigdetento ,_enlemi en Aetapit
Whead JteotingO busnes inhanning. m Now lie o o t nou.
o manyetat the geemen sevineglecwte We ar anepared sh
oupl yduro tee stants.
OuAlloth dearmenaturr i, weheUcnted Stte ares apont t
dparthing n u department sto plart of haeesand aood thaes
heaoth ne tig busines inres n.t. e ono skyu
tobleeti.eng s belev n ish ewatis n eos ho
you anrve thes bstte o ents.e' hrs vr fee
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slus we have the veygreametln of nlmanys les lected inffered
datome peopl ouhi dearmunity stre'eivedf handlnge oshiplaent
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is a.We have boeste line of henemest his in offrets
thSpae. hoPies fromartment.1
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whefr the manufae ntu the solidfe lots therb leavini yoe all
e hareeved the gts hine s Getlmey oShes ever soffered
ongr to e henpolfti comunty. rmust cleew afreshosimet
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