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This heading means a great (teal. for it is no easy task to per
feet every department of an establishmert like ours, to handle the
volume of trade that we have every reason to expect will be ten
dered to us this season. September so far has shown a very lib
eral increase over the corresponding period of last year, and if
"Coming Events Cast
Their Shadows Before"
THIS PROMISES TO BE
OUR BANNER SEASON.
It is indeed gratifying to note the unusual increase in the vol
ume of our business, and to say that we appreciate the confidence
reposed in us, gives but a faint idea of our feelings. We regard
the interest of every person that does business with us as ours,
and will do everything in our power to protect them.
We cannot give away gold dollars for ninety cents, no reason
able person expects that, and wherever you find a merchant offer
ing staple merchandise at less than cost, his object is to attract
you to his store with a view of selling you something the value of
which you are not familiar with, and make up his loss on the lead
ing article, as well as a comfortable profit on the other items.
Nothing of that character will be tolerated in this store; we de
spise it. Our business is based upon a legitimate percentage of
profit, and that figured or. as close a basis as is consistent with in
telligent merchandising. It is true, we sometimes sell goods at
and below cost, but that only occurs at the end of a season, or
when we have erred in buying something that did not prove to be
as good a seller as we expected. or bought too freely of certain
lines, then we make our loss as quickly as possible, for experience
has taught us that the first loss is always the lightest. Our ambi
tion ought to be satisfied for we are said, by those who are in a
position to know. to be
The Largest Retail
Dealers in the State.
And while we might be satisfied to remain just in the position we
are, that would be practically impossible, we must go backward or
forward, and our mercantile pride will not permit of a backward
step, and each year will find us in the front rank, seeking new
fields, new customers, and keeping fully in touch with the spirit
and progress of the city in which we take such pride.
ISTUMTER. S. C
L. B. DURANT, R. K. WILDER, P. M- PARROTT,
President. Vice-President. Secretary.
Opposite Court House,
S-urn~ter,. - - S- C
We invite the people of Clarendon to visit our store or write to us for prices
when thev are needing anything in our line. We have added roore capital to
our business in order to meet the increasmne demands, and our Mr. L. B. Du
Rant will always welcome hi friends from ClarendoAnG.MLMNS
HOUSEFURNISHINGS. HARNESS, SADDLES, MACHINERY SUPPLIES,
-BELTINGS of all kinds.' BARB WIRE at prices which cannot be duplicated.
We have just received a carload of Elwood Field Fenetng, Guns. Powder,
Shot, Shells and Sportsmen's Goods.
Devoe's Celebrated Paints.
JAP-A-LAC, the Housekeepers'
UA~7A LU~2Delight for making old
Come to see us.
THE D"RANT HARDWARE GOMPANY,
- ~ tj3U ER, S. C.
For Convenience and Safety,
' You should deposi yourmonei a odban. AR fr s ney oe hv Burglary cand
tiue gwth is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people of Manning
and the surroundin g country.
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1. 1905. $72,559.67.
If yorpatronlage has in any way contributed to our success, we thank you for same:
if you are not already our patron, you are invited to become one.
Bank of Clarendon, xmeso
THE ARGYLE HOTEL.
Open for Theatre Parties and1 Spec'iai Dinners.
OP F O P. M. THE RET U A T MFC" ERP A T
ROOMS EN SUITE, WITH AND wITHOUT PRIVATE BATHS.
NEW ENTRANCE ON HAsELL STREET.
Charleston's First and Only Modern European Plan Hotel.
THE ARGYLE HOTEL CO., Proprietors.
iF LOOKING FOR PRESENTS
Do not Buy Before Looking Over Our Stock---All New Goods.
Latest styles in Jewelry. Just received a new line of Watches; Rings,
Signet, Set and Plain; 18k.Fobs, Pius, Ladies' Secret Bracelets and Collar
From the smallest to largest pieces and sets. We have the Best Quality of
Rich Cut Glass and Hand-Painted China that can be had. Our Prices are
Very Low for the class of goods we seil.
We have a Full Line of Sewing Machine Needles and Stipplies. The
Galiet Safety Razors. Edison Phonographs and Records.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing done by H. A. HOTT.
W. A. THOMPSON, Theseweer
N. 6 South Mn ret, S UMTERD5 C.
The Fighting Fund.
The contributions through TnB
TIMES to the 0tton Association fund
to date are as follows:
D. B. Davis.......1 UO S. A. Hunter.
J. W. Broad.av 1I() XV.. MDavis .100
R.B11.rig;.- (x' W. E. Tisdal. 1 00
A. L. Leses-. -I (k T. Lc-sesnc. I 1
Levi Mereaulile Co 5 00 1. H. Moses. I0
.1. A. M o.. I T. J. Stukes1.-.. NO
W.E..Jenkinon Co 5 00 A. 1. Barron. 1 00
.1. 11. Rigby........ 5 00 Dr. C. B. Geiger..
Han k of Clarendon 2 00 J.Mel).McFaddin 1 00
.1. 11. Mahoney.... 1 00 Manning Grocery
I. 1. Loryea..,..:. A M A. J on.... 1 00
Thomas Nimmer. 1 00 M nfn ljnla Hurd
ware Co...1 00
C. M. Davis & Co.. 50 P B. Mouf... 10
J. D. Driggers..... 1 00 Rev R. L. Grier.. .5
A. P. Burgers..... 50 G. W. Rchbour 25
L. L. Wells & Co.. 1 00 S R. enning.... 50
S. L. Krasnoff T J Tisdail.... 1 00
R. M. Mahoney .. J. . Bradhani.... 1 00
H. L Wise ... .. Bank of Manning. 10 00
.. H' DuBose..... 50 J Davis. 100
Charlton DuRant. 1 00 W. C. Davis. 1 00
W. J. Rawlinson.. 5 L. B. 5ud0e... :0
.1. B. Alsbrook.... V . Holladay ... 50
G. M. Bradhani... .lt)Jac Wilson. 00
M. . Wilson ..... . Chandler.... 0
1. M. Woods, Jr ... Dr J. A. Cole.
V. M. Epps ...... . C. Wells. 1 00
Thomas B3radham. 1 W W. D. Gamble.... 5 00
D. C. Shaw ........ C . Davis & Son 00
J. W. Holladay... 0 J Hodge. 25
W. G. Mullins..... 50 J McLod. 0
V. P. Leg ....... R M. Webster. 0
McLeod - Wilkins
Compny....... 5 00 R A. Fann. 50
J. M. Lee.......... 1 00 W. P. Emanual... 200
Louis Levi........ 3 00 WX P. Hawkins Co 1 00
C. M%. Mason.......2 ouis Appelt.
E. D. Hodge....... 1 00 R. D. Cothran.... 1 00
D.Levi............ 2 00 C.R.Sprott.250
Leon Weinberg... 1 00 1. V. Plowden.... 1 00
J. R. Haynesworth 1 00 T. B .
R. C. Lackey.... W. J Bradham... 1 00
J H Alsbrook..... 50 J D Holladay.... 1 00
A M Holladay..... 1 00 J E Beard. 100
H A Plowder..... 50 Rodgers. 250
New Zion Associa- J L Green. I0
tion.............. 434 HSBri34 s. 100
D R DuBose....... 1 00 RE Thompson...50
P B Harvin....... 1 00 WFHarrington..-,0
W1MPlowden..... 0 J M Graham. 1 00
J B StukesS.tues... 51
We. the undersigned citizens and merchants
of SummerDon. S. C.. subscribe the amounts op
posite our names to aid the Southern Cotton
Growers Association in their magniicent work
in aiding the farmers to get a remunerative and
fair value for their cotton:
Sum merton Mer- L T Fi, ;cher... 200
cante Company 10 00 2\1 S Caney...... 1 00
Summerton Hard. Richard B Smyth. 00
ware Company.. 2 00 Bank of Summer
R IR Briggs.. 00 ton............ 500
Summerton Insur- The Capers Drug.
ance Ag-ency.... 2 00 Company.... 200
H J White. P.. 1 G00 JF Richburg. 00
John W Hilton.. .-.50 Strauss-Rogan Co 5 00
S C Wa.s1 00 PJ Hallidail...... .50
R WGadner.. S LGardr.... 2
C X Evans. 0 0 G Keels........ 25
J R Furse ........ 5 L . Chewnin &
SSCantey.W1 00 Bro.......... 1 00
J B Hollada . W.1 1 D Wellsaa... .50
E PBriggs . 2.... 5 AP Burges-s ....0
BC Ragin........ 0 John Gardner.... 1 00
J A Richburg..75 M Walker.... 75
L E BraiDsford .... Rihard Pierson.. 25
Nero XWells.... . C.0 Rowe........ 2
PeterCewning... 2 M L Lawson....
J S Xvatt............J D Rutledge..... 200
Joel N.Mceo..... 50BeHoDi . 75
MTurner. 200 J VCarrigan.5...
THarvin. .0 OCScarborough .. 500
J B Holida...W1 00 m Anderson... 3 00
WWe. the undersigned citiens of Pinewood, S.
C., have contributed the amounts opposite our
names for the purpose of aiding the Southern
Cotton Growers Association, said sumr to be
used at the discretion or the officers of the Asso.
ciation in any way they may see fit. to defray the
expenses incurred by the Association:
RCRTchardson.Jr 1 00 Weeks...... 00
W Broughton.... 1 00 Henry B Richard
PH Broughton... 1 0 sonl.......... 1 00
H B Richardson.j r 1 000 D Rarwin.... 1 00o
J RGriffin. HTAvant...... 1 00
P MSlleyDM D.. 1 00 CE Stranges..... 1 50
RLide. 100 AG Stack........ 1 00
LFeder.H Mims........ 1 00
D HHarvinF .Hrito... Ih0
S G Griffin ...... 5 Pinewood Merean
Sam Ragin..... 5 , tile Company.. 1 00
Dr M D MurrayJ... 1 00 Richard Richard
MrsMEBarwck. 00 son.........100
A Felder. ce1 00 s aD Epperson.... 1 00
J J Broughton.... 1 00 Jeff Jame Jr. t1 00
Col R C Richard. Rev Jeff James Sr 1 00
son. Sr ....1 00 Rufus Bosiar..1 00
A L Burkett. 25. :
"When You're in Doubt, Lead Trumps."iew
Dr. King's medicines are prescribed
by doctois. Do you know any other
A complete line kept by Dr. W. E.
Brown &Co. 0
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raince frigcy ten. d byi,0sy
Hwite. P oM.. sa1 a r00aie
uon fo Hitone. 50s ie H a b
Ctly Erni...... a50eade ohv
occ ure..... ehdbencneydfo
whse ane.v.... he waad0eeidnl
BChRugi..... matrwa5 eain bm
iNabyroWel... him inprmtg1i0t e
etr heirst staerh5etre
to s ative.... deet5a0 dnngecl
O ur newspapers mihtb 00 bt
r. Thin.. co... e50 yemdemr
to hetase f teeoLe Fse.. Bu0t
greebleas t i, M an eCeenly.... Im
portan publi d Rtyad B yth faith
par ofourhop ofan hihe standerd
Thee hpe or nykinh o Cprscug
Noieo D ichrg....10
for arndo Conty on Garder..... day
chage s amnstAri of thress..te
Sumter S.C. Movember ..... 1 5
I wil aply t Dh Jugedge... ?rbat
Deceber,1905 fo Dingte........i75
chare a guadia fo Besiegram.., 0
Alm Inra, FshOrn Sandborogie 50
C. Blolin.... minors. neso.. 30
Sur .C., Nvcotiutdteambert opps, t 1905
Nae otepupe of dicng e.Suhr
Iuwed atpeldsyrtoo the Judgcer of PrbeAo
ftonri Cando Couty o theymysef. th ay
chaenses Exurecbytor Asocition Esaeo
R ih r .sn Jr1.0 WCPADeeks.,.!0
J EBroghtn... 100 E xe Rcuars.
P NBogtice. to0 Credito......10
All Richrsons haing Dcain..... agains
Si Fler... ... F 00,K~.1, 9
D CHHarin..... n Couty
Sy amegn... . 75daEq. rbt
M rs MoE BAdwintr. in itte00l
Samuel C. .Richard sodesd
bateto bhel at Manninge...... 1 0h
day of ecember ne oode publcatn
to howcaseif ytey Comany.. wh0y
theaidadmnisrtichar s hld-tb
Givennderem hand, Jams 1 day
JAMmp ESln kep byNDr.A.M E
[raLnar frghendgby of, Proasea
Cruelty to Animals.
Colohel Martin, resident near the city
of Galway, on the southern border of
Connemara, Ireland, was probably thc
first to start the worthy humanitarian
crusade against cruelty to animals. The
surprised British house of lords shout
ed insult and derision at Lord Erskine
when in 1811 he ventured to gently
plead the cause of dumb brutes. The
British house of commons would have
treated Martin in the same manner
when he introduced his bill for the pre
vention of cruelty to animals but for
wholesome regard for his dueling repu
"Dick Martin's act," as the humani
tarian statute was known, was passed
In 1822, "a memorable date in the his
tory of humane legislation." On June
24, 1824, Colonel Martin and a few
other benevolent Individuals met in
London and formed the first society for
the prevention of cruelty to animals.
Forty years later the movement spread
to America. in 1866 Henry Bergh
formed the New York society.
Words In Use.
Ordinary well educated people use
from 3,000 to 4,000 words in conversa
tion. Accurate thinkers and reasoners,
who avoid vague and general expres
sions and wait till they find a word
that exactly fits their meaning, em
ploy of course a larger stock; eloquent
speakers may even rise to a command
of 10,000. Shakespeare, who had a
greater wealth of expression than any
other writer, prodoced all his plays
with about 15,000 words.. Milton's
works are built up with 8.000 and the
Old Testament contains 5.w42.
Our language therefore is not, after
all, so formidable as it seems when we
hear of a dictionary of 250,000 words.
Skeats' Etymological Dictionary, which
Is limited to primary words (that Is to
say, it would explain luck, but not
lucky or unlucky or luckless), deals
with no more than 13,000 and among
them are some really antiquated ones
which were used some centuries ago,
but are now to be found In the diction
Criers at the Paris Halles.
The position of crier at the Pais
halles, or central markets, Is one
which, in view of recent revelations in
a case before the law courts, ought not
to be despised. The men who cry Gati
nals fowls for sale earn E20 a month.
Those who sell Brittany fowls get 116 a
month, and those who dispose of-ducks
only receive ?10 per month. Rabbits
bring the crier only a pittance, for
?0 a month Is all he gets. Not every
body can be a crier, for unless you
have sound vocal chords and a passable
voice you will not be engaged. It also
requires a man with a strong constitu
tion, for the crier is at work from 6
o'clock in the morning till 8 o'clock In
the evening, and on an average he
should sell 2,000 fowls per hour-Lon
Cromwell and Christmas.
During the commonwealth In Eng
land, when puritanical feeling held
sway, many determined efforts were
made to put down what were termed
superstitious festivals and among these
that of Christmas day. The holly and
the mistletoe bough were to be cut up
root and branch as plants of the evil
one. Cakes and ale were held to be im
pious offerings to superstition. Thus in
1647 the Cromwell party ordered
throughout the country by the mouth
of the common crier that Christmas
should no longer be observed.
Sumter Is the
It is conceded that our esi
wards building up the Sumter
agency, and it is all because -a
Twenty thousand bales
and much ot this came from oi
With facilities for paying
selling goods cheap, we invi
come and inspect this seasor
satisfy you in
ij Dry G
and all othcr articles that ca
chandise store, then we would
There is no gainsaying it
has supplied our store with evi
desire and at prices to permit
figures. All that we ask is f<
You know us, and where
Whistler and the Amateur.
When .Taimes MacNeill Whistler went
to Venice to make those fourteen fa
mous etchings of his he became so in
toxieated wiih its beauty that he made
seventy pastels irst, leaving his etch
jugs til the last few days. These pas
tels madle a tremendous sensation. All
the art world of Venice was carried
away with enthusiasm, excepting a
Russian painter, who declared them
tricks, betting a basket of champagne
he could paint six not to be distin
guished from them. Mr. Whistler ami
ably gave some of his paper and six
pastels, which were finally mixed up
with those by the Russian and submit
ted to a jury who had seen none of
them. Mr. Whistler's pastels were un
mistakable. and the Russtan lost the
wine. A few days later the two met
on the Rialto, and Mr. Whistler laughed
a little about the wine and the bet.
The Russian was furious. "You for
get, sir," he said, "that I'm a Russian,
and if you scratch one you find a Tar
tar underneath." "Oh, rjo, you have it
wrong," said Mr. Whistier, "you have
it wrong. I scratched an artist and
found an amateur."
The famous Alpine climber who at
the solicitation of the vicar had con
sented to give a short lecture in the
Little Slushborough parish room was
relating one of his most thrilling expe
riences, according to the Dundee Ad
vertiser. "Suddenly," he said, "I felt
my feet slip from under me, and next
moment I was hanging over a yawning
precipice. Had the rope which held me
broken I should have found a grave
midst the everlasting snows." He
paused, and old Mrs. Wurzletop, who
was as deaf as a gatepost, seized the
opportunity to put a question to her
husband, who could hear fairly well on
one side of his head. "Wot weer 'ee
a-sayin' of, JohnT' she queried. "So
fur as 01 can make owt, M'riar," re
plied her good man, "'ee were darred
near 'anged for pawning summit as
didn't belong to 'Im, an' If the rope
'adn't broke 'ee'd 'ave bin in 'is grave
afore 'ee cud blow 'is nose. The per
leece in them furrin parts must be or
Insect That Sits on Eggs.
A remarkable case of an Insect sit
ting on Its eggs is recorded by F. P.
Dodd in the 'Transactions of the En
tomological Soc'ety of London."- This
strange departure from the normal
habits of the insect race is exhibited
by a species of bug. The female sits
In a brooding att'tude over her eggs
for a period of tnree wreeks. When the
young begin to break through she re
tires an inch or so'from the eggs and
remains there for some hours until tie
last egg is hatched. She then departs,
leaving the young ones to take care of
themselves. During the whole time of
brooding and till all the young are
hatched the mother eats nothing. It
is thought that this brooding habit may
be a means of protection against the
attacks of Ichneumon flies.-London
Little Walter was told to write a
composition containing the word "sel
dom." This is what he handed up to
"My father owned some horses, but
last week he seldom."
There are but few proverbial sayings
that are not true, for they are all
drawni from experience Itself, which is
the mnother of all science.-Cervantes.
ablishment has done more to
cotton market than any other
e pay the very highest market
were hahdled by us last year,
r friends in Clarendon.
a high price for cotton and for
e our friends in Clarendon to
s purchases, and if we cannot
i be handled in a general mer
not have you to buy from us.
that our buyer has this season
~rything the trading public can
us to sell at surprisingly low
r an opportunity to show our
e do business. Come.
A Meerachaum Mine.
"Mdeerschaum is mined like coal,"
said a pipe dealer. "It is a soft, soap
like stone, and in Asia Minor its min
ing is an Important industry. The
crude meersehaum is called hamtash.
It is yellowish white In color and a
red clay coat or skin envelops it. The
blocks cost from $25 to $200 a cart load.
They &, soft. enough to cut with a
knife. These blocks in summer are
dried by exposure to the sun. In win
ter a heated room is necessary. Fi
nally the meerschaunm blocks are sort
ed into twelve grades, wrappgil in cot
ton and packed in cases with the great
est care. The bulk of all this meer
schaum goes to Vienna. There the
best pipe makers in the world live."
Lamb's Quaint Humor.
Charles Lamb once said that he hated
a certain man.
"Do you know him?" Lamb was
"No," he answered.
"Let me introduce you to him," said
"No," responded Lamb humorously,
"for If I shall know him I am sure I
shall stop hating him."-Philadelphla
"Bragley's down and out financially,
you say? Well, well! That's strange,"
:remarked Dumley. "Why, the last
time I saw him he told me he was
rapidly ascending the ladder of suc
"Yes?" said Wiseman. "Perhaps in
h!s baste he stepped oft the top rung."
--Catliic Standard and Times.
Bill the Brute-Thirteen's my unlucky
number. Pete the Dip-Wot makes yer
t'ink so? Bill-W'enever I sees twelve
men in de box and one on de bench I
know I'm goin' ter take a trip over de
On His Last Legs.
"Do you buy rags and bones?"
"Then put me in the scales, will
2 WEEKS ONLY, ON
We have just received.
a new lot of Watches and
Chains, which we pro
pose to sell
AT REDUCED PRICE
for two weeks. Here is
a few of our prices:
A 18 size Gold-filled
case, fitted with 15 jew
el adjusted Illinois Move
ment, for $10.
A Nickle case screw
back and screw face, fit
ted wifh 15 jewel Rock
ford Movement, for $8.
A 20 year Gold-filled
case, fitted with 7 iewel
Standard works, at $8.
A 20 year 6Gold-filled
case, hand engraved, ft
ted with 7 jewel Fortuna
Movement, at $12.50.
Silver Case Watches
with 7 jewel movement
A 20 year Gold-filled
Boss Chain for $1.25.
We have Columbus 15
jewel Movement at $7.
50. 6 size Fortuna move
ment for $4.
Safety Vest Fobs at
Longnett Guard Chains
20 year filled Guard
Chains at $2.50.
Remember. we have
everything in the Jew
elry Line, and will sell at
about cost for two weeks
Beginning Nov. 27.
We will* trade you a
new watch for your old
one, we will repair your
watches and clocks at
Don't forget the date,
come early and get your
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF S. C.
TIME TABLE No. 6,
In Effect Sundlay, June 5. 1904.
BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDEN.
Mixed. Daily except Sunday.
PM PM AM PM
32 930 Lev...Sumter ....Arre. 300 4
.. .N.W.mm Junction..S5 54
64 35 ........ asizlle.........130
-... 1 0. . M i ord en... .. -- - . 158
4 3 1 45 ..........S m eron . ......0 4 4
50 10..S. . J unction. . . 9
6 30 Arrive.... .CWidsnsM.Lv e 401
PMPM AM P
BETWEEN ILNML AND STEL
N.:i Daily except Sunday. N.7
S 0abu. um5rt N to.rth1o 27
1 3.:... Pa il A..1...44 3
3 5..... ivr. ....WT.C....11 00~n
We are offering the following extraordinary bargains in Shot
4 Nauman Bros. machine-made Guns. double barrel. twist, with
2 matted extension rib, rebounding locks, valued at $12.. piresent price
2 double barrel Shotguns made by Henry Armo Company, re
- bounding case hardened locks, twist barrels. a splendid gun at $11.00.
1 L. C. Smith hammer Gun with smooth black barrels, highly
- finished, perfect mechanism, a good value at $20., present price $18
1 Stevens Arms Co. Gun. hammer, similar to L. C. Smith gun, ~
as described above, value $20.; present price $17.50
I Cornel hammerless Shotgun, valued at $2.5., now $20.
In addition to the above we have a nice stock of Single Guns,
including our celebrated Nitro Heter Single Shotgun, which is the -
best thing of the kind on the market. Let us show you its many good
We have in stock at all times a nice assortment of Leggings,
- Cartridges. Vests and Belts: also a full line of Ammunition.
FARMERS and STOCK MEN,
___ We have recently received a full carload of American Field
Fence. We have more than ten styles from which to select. Call
and let us fu-rnish you an estimate of cost for fencing your farm or
- pasture. We have this fence at the lowest price at which it has
ever been sold before.
Very truly yours,
MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY,
ow- They say money does not make peop- -
~pie happy! Try a Box of
HUYLERS. --.; -
We are Agents for it.
THE CAPERS DRUG COMPAN. A
We also sell
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies
We have just opened up the largest -
and highest grade of Novelties and Hand
Painted China -ever shown in Clarendon
County. We have made it unnecessary for -
you to send off for this lipe of goods. Make. -
our store your headquarters when you come -
THE CAPERS DRUG COMPANY,2
SUIMMERTON, S. C.
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Wef knoiwes han hesoer thin abust. ecat ais it isch
can Shee. We bough ben throgh .show thory and revnprobented
stat-fgvn you a ood omeher a d -okr o' you'l-idtegets bi
- gainsfortale shes year Awc ormnd aonnimes vait aworfi
aso nt.n iethe ie
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k tlin Yo wilfnth rih th maeilanth ma n
kin eres oo ,
SHO.Atszs, Fu tSu.ret weaersan
in Shoes. We boughtne. Spenabig
Comortbl Shoe wearpriced
FOR logadgivES' the me n puDorewin SoES tat
~- heactalseric0oft, other bond owarwp. Besr
kind same wilds finds righ thes Suits.Seial andice makw.
kindher now$Fo.Me, 2.6e
oSecia theceebredvailT re als rhimot. beguannigthis
See. All ensapes lcn thew Sit.des err n
44c $100 $2.5 and p "
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