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The People's Journal.
See Morris for anything in school
Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Central, August 19th, to 22nd.
Mr. Parmelia Hunt of Mount
Carvnel section, is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hunter, of
Liberty, visited relatives in town
Dr. George Robinson, of Polzer,
is visiting his son, C. E. Robinson,
Esq., this week.
J. D. Ratterreo, and family, of
Chester, are visiting Dr. and Mrs.
Cureton, parents of Mrs. Ratterroe.
J. B. Looper, of Maynard, is im
proving his premises, by remod
elling and adding to his dwell
Miss Laura Hagood and Miss
Fannie Murrow, of Birmingham,
are visiting Miss Queen Hagood in
R. C. ]Robinson announces that
he is a candidate for Cotton Weigh
er at Liberty, as nobody seems to
want the place.
If each candidate running for
cotton weigher, at Liberty, should
vote his own ticket, the race would
be to run over.
E. F. Keith, of Table Rock, was
in town Monday, and says that a
great many people are visiting that
famous resort this season.
A. R. Craig, of Stewart, was in
town Monday, and says that the
crops on Keowee are excellent but
are beginning to need rain.
Rev. W. B. Singleton, the pas
tor of Mount Carmel chnrch,
started a protracted mooting there
Sunday with prospects og good re
J. W. Bruce, of Anderson, who
is visiting his brother and sisters
in town, has been quite ill, but
his condition is much more favor
Several of the candidates for
cotton weigher at Liberty, have al
ready been oat on this side drun.
ming up trade. so sure of election
Rev. J. M. Str.-vart will preach
the funeral sermoD of Mrs. Susan
E. Sanders at Griflin church on
the fourth Sunday in September,
at 11 o'clock, a. n.
Charlie Robinson, the threo year
old child of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Robinson, has passed the critical
stage of his sickness and his con
dition is much more promising.
J. B. Rigdon, of Table Moun
tain, killed last week, a rattlesnake,
which was three feet long and had
thirteen rattles and a button. He
presented the rattles to 'THx Joun
Pickens county has another mili
tary company, one being organized
Saturday at Pumpkmntown. A. R.
Hunt was elected captain and
commands a splendid company of
T. A. Hendricks, of Table Rock
was in town Monday and s'peaks
in high terms of the school in
Newton school district. Mr. S. 1B.
Edens is teaching there and has
The p)rotractedl meeting at Einon
closed Sunday. There wor() nmne
accessions to the church. R1ev. T.
J. Rooke baptised eight Sunday
and administered the sacrament of
the Lord's supp~er.
3. A. O'Doll, who is a candlidate
for Cotton Weigher at Liberty, was
in towvn last Friday, and loft an
order with TrE JOURNAL for his
tickets. Hie seoms to be ini goodI
spirits andl hopeful of being e'loc
Auditor Christopher wants tho
Trustees of the public schools to
revise the poll lists and return
them to him immediately. This
is necessary, so he can report to
thn schrol commissioner the num
ber of polls for each dlistrict. The
schools are running and the school
commissioner must have the report
There will be room in the dor
mitory of the Winthrop Normal
and Industrial College, at Rock
Hill, for not more than seven stu
dents on an average from (achi
county. It is the wish of Prosi
dent Johnson for each county to
have its proportionate reprosenta
tion mi the college, but ho can not
delay too long in making appoint
ments. The college admit free of
all tuition charges, wvorthy young
ladies, who are unable to pay.
Rev. 3. E. Foster closedl his
meeting at Secona Sunday, after
two weeks of earnest and success
ful work. He baptised eighteen
converts at Clement's mill Sunday
morning and continued the ser
vices to the church, where the
beauti ful ceremony of receiving
them into the church was observed.
After a brinf andl appropriate ser
mon the L~ord's supjper was ad min
istered to the comm un ican ts, Rev.
W. C. Beaborn assisting the pas
tor in conducting this ordinance
of the church. Quite a liberal
sum was collected at the sugges
tion of Mr. W. T. Bowen for the
pastor as a token of appreciation
of his faithful labors..
All kind school books,
A. M. Monnis's. diml
J. H-. Payno, of Calhoun, was in i
town Tuesday, on business about Diu
the election. a
M. F. Hoster is in charge of the is 1
street forco and is doing som11 by
much needod work. -g to
W. T. Bowen and Robert Ligon, las
of Anderson, came to Pickens Sat- ar<
urday on a visit to frionds, ha
Dont forget your registration ol
certificates, and have them ready fir
for tho election next Tuesday. ,r(
Mr. Aaron Boggs, of Calhoun, las
was in town Tuesday and visited nu
his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Newton. ne
W. 0. Singleton and family, of
Oconee county, passod through "
town Tuesday, to visit relativos
on the Saluda side of tlc county. he
Deputy Marshals are busy get- ins
ting their cases ready for the NA
United States court, which coni- I
vens in Greeivillo tho first elon- dir
day in Soptember. fou
The protracted meceting at Con- ha1
cord is largely attendid and much liap
interest is manifested. Rev. J. Wu
M. Stowart and Rov. W. C. Sea- nme
born are conducting it. pIC
The Liborty sub-alliance meets M6
next Saturday, tho 17th instant, Iml
at 3 p. In. Membors will ploaso e V
tako notice and bo on hand prompt- sI
ly as some business of importance OXZ
needs attontion. hut
Mrs. Durham, wife of Carter, m
Durham, died at her homo near grn
Redmond on the 8th instant and cal
was buried from Secona church, of nmje
which she was a consistant mem- no
bor. Sho was about 75 years ol(l the
and leaves a husband and sovoral pill
children to mourn her deatli. pai
Table MIYounaiin Notes.
We are still having light rains no
hora. Just enough to prevent s
crops from sifrforing. .
Protracted meetings, peaches
and watermolons are tho order of r14
the day here now. rr
This wook at Ocolnoy wo are "
having a glorious revival of relig- pas
ion. Our most worthy and alle
pastor, Rov. W. G. Mauldin, of "i'
Polzer, S. C., has so wonderfully, lot
powerfully and clearly demonistra- 1
ted the word of God to us, that we
feel that we have an ontirely new the
life to live. So far only one ac
cession to the church, but we are .'
looking for a number more and it
will be sadly disappointed if we 1100
don't see them. Bro. Mauldin 3Ol
cortainly is an able man in the
pulpit and wo heartily endorse hii era
in that light and recommend him
to any Baptist church who needs
a pastor. s
Mr. William Masters, of Rock, ut
S. C., lost an infant on the 1st in
stant, from cholera infantum. It ob
w as interred at Saluda H-ill church.be
Died on the 8th instant, near U
Ambler, an infant of Mr. and Mrs. 01n<
Niles Gravley. It was interredl at 011
the Oolonoy cemetor~y and its fun- far
oral preached b~y Rev. W.V G. Maul- aitt
din, pastor of that church.
Mrs. Margaret G illespie, who has.
been som im une tihe treat- sti
ment of her brothier, Dr. John1 M. thw
Cronshaw, for bronchial asthma, sa
has greatly improved and thinks
of returning to her home at East
Fork, N. C., very soon. tii
I regret axcee'dinlgly at this writ- N
ing to slate that Mrs. M. lien-ba
drnicks, who, you remember, laist
spring was confined to her bed wi th
sciatica and who measurably mro- ha
covered, is now no better. Airs. U
Hendricks is a Christian lady of t)XI
sterling merit and has the symipa- ""
thy of all who have the l'lnsure' E
of knowing hor.
Messrs. .James andl John Hayes "
are visiting relatives at 'TaIble .sci
Mountain this wveek. The Haves lilr
brothers are from Woodruff, S. C.,
andl rehport croeps goodl inl their "'
Alice Glenn, colored, wife of'w
WVillis~ Glenn, of Rock, (ied on the
7th instant of' cancer of the breast,
and( wvas buiried at Soapstorne ,
hrh will be on Saturday, 10t gat
prox., at 10 o'clock, a. ml., a meet- "1I
ing to or'ganliz/o a militar'y co mpa- \l"
r.y at Pumipkintow~n. All who are
interestodl are cordially invited toth
b)o there with your humble servant
Table Mountain, S. C., Aug 9th' 95.Ia
Secinrg nothing from this comi- ingi
mnlity ini your columns I will tr'y ma
to give y'ou a few (lots, ailthouigti if,
this is a hard pla1co to gather nuws thme
as every one attolnds to his own i
business andl lets motheor folks' afi- cotll
fair's alone. w
Tihis community was visited by Twuu
a heavy rain last Saturday whllich dr'e
was5 badly3 nooded0( and~ cro0ps ar'( dt
looking up, although cottoni is ali
rather lai (.c. Corn is fin1o, espeial-. whr
ly on low land and1( bottoms. :rig]
This comimuniit~y is ri- them oni a her
boom11 with nmew~ cotton ni illIs going
up. 'Tho Norr'is mihi is mak11 cinrg inlg
good headwuiay while the shoials at auf1(
Lawrence's for'd ar.oing surve~y- sex'
0(d. Thie saw', miill imion get a "'hu st lo nmot.
on0'1m." Messrs. Kelly and( [ohli- in
day are frinish intg the numher for Thle
thle Norris mui; Mi'. AlcCar'tor eng
supplios Fort Hill, whiilm i. L. of
D..Stribling's find~s its wvay to tilemo
P~oo mill at Greonville. m
.Mr. ,Jamos Holidlay from Gro'on- as i
villo county, is visiting his father, mo:
nT. holiday. S. '1
Rememliber that you can~ get the
'Ulomoi and Fai'm" anid THEc P'io- 11a
m~a JOUA J 010 yam, fr *12. ar, rm
Ve have had sovoral lino rains t)
'ing the past woek & crops aro o
r lino growing Condition. While i
ch of our corn is not as large a
last Year it may ear as well if (11
a1 conf.inesla. Librty towinship R
)oing worked for ill it is worth i
some of the candidates for cot
weigher. Wo or they had a a
d of round l) or rally horo l<
t Saturday. Word was p>assed w
un~d that the candidates would hll
to a ibig speaking but it turned b]
it was only liquor we suppose n
ImI the smell of some1 of tlhei r d
Itli & wobble of tlheiir eyo. sI
oro wNas only one i rovenue officer o
t Saturday &ho onlly took one
i but if reports bo true, we will c
d about a I Doz noxt Saturday T
perhaps t(o ta(ke chargo of as c
ny men to say notlinlg of the n
>ekade Liquor, they sly will be o
l at tlie olection of cotton tLi
ghier which comjes oil' the i 17th s
(oad of the 11th as Tin.: Jol-n- 1)
had it last w(eek. I
Ihe Oil Mill Compiy broke a
L last Monday for the mill the d
ndation is iiow relady &. the w
tractors for making tho brick do
le burned one kill &. will go to b(
ting on tho yard at. onco & tl
1 o the btildiig will be com
need & pushed rapidlv to com- ti
tion. Thiom lias been 1 i'oite l
poeted for a new rtd frIomil G
c to tio Norris cottoni mills. it
havent got. full particulars but
,ir]- as w(o have liad (110 i'oiite 1)
minled is not a practical route d1
it is the opinion of' many that n
re is is i practical routei much c<,
ro0 direct ats wvell as,. a b et ter is
de. Tie best i d most practi- c.
rouite is wlat v'e want, as it
r'Oad ll IIwadays should bw 11
Small matterl, whiai pssibile w
y should .o 1m1iiad' to take tI si
ce of soimIi p)sellt ioad or a
ts of somllf' w1 har practictIlile, 8i
luave as many i'oals to kep )p g;
r as wve liavo timeno to sparo on I
L should hw the duty of' (very r<
Zonl initIri'este(d inl the ni'ow o
ds to sie to it that flt' best s<
to is selcted wit hout regard to si
>se houso they will or will not b
s. We must, ('urh self enough
lot lose sight, of public good as
'alt all ie please(d exactly. So
us be pat riotic a little ati leat. I
kov. W. H1. Worlanian prwaclwfs
0 next Sunday at II a. it., :d
meeting may be protracted i,
oln T. Boggs can supply you I
I any scluno books yotu niay U
d ; call and get them while in '
ir reach. Ioiiniber the books ill
I not be again changed for sev- o
1 years. C.
0i. En'ro :-.I shall proceed to H
>w that overy per'son who is
rr1iageable, and whose duty it
o marry--there is ai pairticuilar'
ect they ought to havo--but I
ievo it p)oss1ible for them to miss5
t object, and1 bo connectcd with
that is improper for them
1 cause of so, many unhappy -
uiois,-there is a pr'ovidonee
inding v'irtuo and a curse at
)hserve marriage is a dlivino in
ution ; was ordained by God ini
hmie of man's imniocenicy, and
ctionied by JIesus Christ under
gosp~el. 11le graced a miarrlago
st in Cana of Gialil e., whiere lhe
w thiat maiagi'i'e conisists not
ely in the outward cer'emony is
n the first epistle writ ten by St.
il to Timiothy, eh. -1, we r'ead
is: Now thei Spirit speatketh
>ressly' that ini the laittter times
jo shall deparilt f'rom t ho faith,
inig heed to seducing spirits and
trines of dev'iIs: speaking lies
hy'poe isy; havinig thoir con
-ceo seared as with a hit, i ron;
bid~dinig to nuni'ry anld coin
lic G od ha ti'createdl toi h) r'e
h'ed withI t hinksgivinig of thiem
chli evei'' anid kniow~ the truth."
tiine of' devilIs, thieref'ore niot oif
in rig"ino ore olob
ved, for wei are undeor no( olii
ionis to :ioey ihe <h.-viIs, butt, in
>isitiont to thiemi to enjoey all
ri'aiige is a div'ine inistitiutioni,_
ref'or'e thie 1 wl'iu'it s of' muatrimnu
may lbe (enjoyed i t~ iI'lm that
loved~ and1( knIowV the ItnIh.
v'ing bi'iefly but Iful ly shown
cr'dt to oluidait,'te of' this, iln (1o
whuich I shall, first, show what
triimuuoiny is not : secondly, whatF
ii;tir'dly, pinit out some of
cauliRss of tunlhppy maria'iges.
onnning, the' or'der' proposod0, I
wi in th liri iist ph ltic to show
>por'sonsi of the same geondlr, i
ssed in the garh of the sexes, J
eive' ai magistra'e or'0 min iiistor'
hv tl''Iho cereo ny'ili performed,
clh is inot mariiriago, b~ut down'i
it w icked ness, in ich somie have
ii audaciiiouisly gui lt~y of.
in the wor'ld iln hiuman shapo, &"
d ress mi thIe garb of one of the '
's, but at thle samo Li me arfe
l~'prorly masculino inor fomi
H ; of' couirse iiot mariiaigeablo. I
y outer liter lute umatr'imoniial /
tgemenitsl withi persons of one I
the sexes, and thie formali. cQio
iy is performod. This is not
r'imiony but an lmposition, for
au~ch as the design of matri
iy cannot b)o answowed thereby.
hh'd. Samo men ha~vo a lurwal
of women, but they cannot be
'ied to them all, for if the first
'riago was lawful, the. others
irco) "shall be ono flesh ;,, moro
vor, when two persons enter into
iarriago they promiso to forsake
1i othors, and be truo to oneh oth
while thoy both shall livo, thoro
>re aro not at liborty to havo any
iing to do with other persons.
Fourth. Somotiios porsons who
-o married, without just cause
,live their companion, tako up
ith another porson and livo with
i or her; this is not matrimony
ait adul tory, and all such persons
Ily expect to moot with God'sI
isapprobdaion in otornity, for
icl shall not inherit the kingdom
Sono people bolievo in i decree
mnionly called a lottery, viz:
hat God has determinod in all
tsos, that. particular mon and wvo
ell Should ho n1rried to ech
.her, and that it is impI)OSsible
icy should marry any othor per
m. But I say, hush I for if that
the caso, thon God appoints all
matchos; but I boliove the devil
))oiiits a great many, for if God
Ad it thon it would be done ii
isdom, and of courso it would be
mno right; if so, thero would not
> so many unhappy marriages in
1o world as thoro are.
Question: It two persons con
-act a marriago, and havo pledged
wir fidelity to each other before
od, are they justifiable in broak
Ig that iiarriafig') con tract?
Aniswor: If o1o hais acted the
rt of ani impostor, told lies, and
coived the other, this is not
marriago, but an imposition. Of
mrso the persoi so imposed on,
justifiable in rejecting such do-.
But if they both mako state
ents in truth, are acquainted
ith oach otlhr's charaeter, dispo
tions8, prafctice.s and1( princiles.
ald then, boing in possossiol of
lh information, volumitarily cn
xge hoforo God to live togetheor as
all and wI'fu, unles sonething
ickod moro than was or could be
msonably expected, transpires to
1o or the other of thi two per1sons
) engaged, tho persoll who breaks
tell contract Cannot .ie justilliable
(To ho COntiltued in mly next.)
MAJ. JACK BANNISTERl.
outh Carioliua Military Acad
The followi g Ilen V .iciar aacllies
C~hi Aemalw-ny: Aikenl 1. Anldersonl 1,
erkeley 1, Chairendon 1, Gree nvillo :2.
orry 1. Oranigebuir g 1, iellchld 1, Spar.
orlk 1 ,1
'I'hose desiriIg i) coipete will apply
ro lily to the ( hainrmanl of the Board
[ Vi.,itors at Barnwell, 8 C, for infornia
oi ad nlces(ar balaks All papers
roperly m1iade 11u1 ui t 1Ab filed With the
1ItirIani before Anigu4st 281h, when the
oard will con vele to pass lpon I he Sam1e
Chasirinian Board of Vitors0~
HUN anid PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
WeO have CIQCI rcie our (t)
usual stoc01k of
an)dli nIow~ is thme time toi
"lix" about. it.d'
P11leatse mientioni tis to 'i"
9 he 'Giood Phiolks' anid ask()
9)themif to come anid seeu1.(}
0R ALL TIME TO
We wvill have
to offer our Pickens
ome iln and look at our Flour
ample our Coffee.
aste ouri Sugar.
.eadl our Seed Books.
ndl~ be satisfied1
hat you have made a bargain.
GRAND GOOD BYE SALE!
ummer . Goods!
The story is in a nutshell. Ivstead of having a Closing
Dut Sale in September, we put September prices on now wher
summer Good are selling-when there are yet two or threc
nonths of service.
Full Line of' the Celebrafted Bay Statte Shoes jus1
received, at Old Prices.
:s.jfAli Ladies' Oxfords will be closed out regardless o
JONES & GARRISON.
The One Crop System
of farming giadually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer containing a
high percentage of Potash is used. Better crops, a better soil, and a
0 larger bank account cain only then be expected.
Write for our "1 Farmers' (itmde,"' a 1.2-page illustrated book. It
is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and
will make and save you eoney. Address,
GERMAN KALI wORKS, 93 Nassau Stiect, New York.
MISSES / OES
W\e now ofler our entire stock of
lVJ I ]~- LT LT~DP Z
AT 25 PER CENT REDUCTION.
We make it a rule to close out all stock of each season t(
make room for new gYoods.
FEATHERBONE CORSETS A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF NURSING CORSETS
P. S.-Small line of' Dress Goods at a sacrifice.
= Misses logers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ai n;GV.1t( .15 'eollNe Si r t. (Ireenaiville, S. C.
No Onie + ?..........4
Can SeII Qoods at 01
below Costai Live
Unless. He Se~iWs'
heap of them.
Wecan not redulce the price of our goodls, b~ecaulse it ha:
ahr\\ays been ouri custom to give our patrons the beCst goods 01
the market at the shortest living profits. Ou r stock of Cloth
ing and G ents' Fu rn ishing G oods5 was never more complete ii
every line than it is today. WVe have usedl our utmost en
deavor to select our stock from the best manufacturers i
their lines, so that each article we sell leaves our store wit
our guarantee stamplhed on it. All that weC ask is that you giv
ou r stock a personal inspection before buying, andl we wvill se
DREIFUS & Co.,
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
11 3 a1nl ii5 3lain, Stet Greenville, S. C.
hTwenty-tvo Yea r!
Mr. E. II. Clark, of lI vedy T ivecr Factory I'. 0., S. C.,
1been keepinig houilse 17 years anid is now usmng her third
one was ani Ex celsier, lbut cost her the price we ask for the
Mr. Clark says his ol E~xcelsior will be cooking good bh1
daughter's third stove is burned out. W~e woulhl be pleasi
an Excelsior Cook.
WCrocry, GlIassware, Tin ware, Stoves and all I lousef
at cost until furtheri noticec.
0OX & SE~IGL .
inillu nireet. OlREW
TWENTY ENERGETIC MEN T
s-ell Sewing Machines in South Ca'
lina. We want to swap Pianos, 1
gans or Sewing Machines for Twe.
GOOD HORSES to work to Sew;.
Machine wagons. Write
ALEXANDER BROS.& CO,
118 Washington Street,
GEENVILLE, S. C.
I have two little grami( chIldrIon vl
are t cet hing I his hot snuimer weather a
are tronied with bowel complainlt.
give t hei Chaiberlai's (Jolic, Chole
iid.Diarrhoma Remedy and it acts Ilk(
hlarn- I earnestly recommond It I
childiren with bowel tronbles. I was III
self takeni with a severe attack of blool
Iltix. with er-aips and painsil i my stol
atch, one-iiirdii of a bottle of this remet
etuiel mo Within twenty-four hours
waN oiut of bed alll doingiy house wor
W ns. W. l. )UNAOAN, Bon-tiqua, Ilc
man Co., 'ei. F'or sale by.
D r. (I. W. Earle, Ilckens; C. N. Wv
:I t, IM':slvy: I all. Sloan. & Co., Fort 11,.
ilitinter & loggs, 1,iberty; L. R. Eaton,
Some Specials 1
uMason's 41rilt Jars,
Sugaris mnd Syrups,
Lar1g ot (AOf Heoavy Tinlware,
I ngy I mbrIellIaS,
2 I arrels As A pple Vinegar
"C(heical*ly Pliure !
-'WAVe ly all kinds of Barter
C.orn1, Wheat, Ots, Egs 4"'SChickem .,
Hoos, Dotes~wa xI &c.
THEY DDNT DARE
Illnty of .SocIII at,21. to those who trac
not y~.oungi a nice little folinig fani ft
I hil-s'' i!gt ''I liiiesses."' A lot, of bi
ers lIerM fi l'I ii' latit'r.
i - lilIes'. eltl~ iisl 11 earipentelr tO
ita I h I II' IsUs forl.
Tobacco4i at1 ie. luar lbt. ainii t he be(st, 54
inai in tli- willrbi unlessM oithursI lativi' som
p li1w it, if Si, youi 41an luive 111ine1 at, 4.1
flao frit jar a' t 31 per1 11il, ext r
I ':rasois antd 1 'mbrel.las cheapll. AU16 kn
I wanit nice honey anll heeswasIi ..W1X g
TheI remnaininig stock of Suimmer Goods
-, Thi aplie~js to) ltress Gorods White
(.o04 V. I awnis I~ae. anid Iinbrokterles
I lliery tiil Cassimieres
81 SV1F10 DO1,Il AjsGOOD AsGOLD;
2 1 sardls 7 eent. Sea Island $1
12 yardIs 10) cenits bleaching $1
1 1t) yardls 15 cenits WVhite lI~ttk $1
inditowy Shadles 11 ents up)
( ornlic1e l'oles 20 cenits utp
t, Coats' Cottson -I cets
And11 lots of oit herh brgalis
MOALISTEIR & BEATTlE.'
I03 aint 6.5 Mint Street, Greenvlle, 8. C.
(Next door to) NatiolI Batik )
Tlelephlotie No. 87.
I'. 8. 1 billecrick PaJt terns.
'l IIany of thle citizenis of Ralisville,
luda Iana are' lneve'r withtout a bottle of
Chamblterlain's,~ outghi R~eedy In the
houlse,"~ saiys Jaiobi Brown, the leaditng
twehtelIl of th la lice. Tis Remedy
has1 proved of so) muttch value for colds,
eroupii :1111 whloopintg cough in Clhldrenl
111tt few% mthler's whlo know its wvorth
arec willig 1o lie wit hout It. For sale b~y
1wr. (;. Wi. Earle, Pickons; C. N.
N'. Wyali 1., Etsley ; llali, Sloa:i, & Co.,.
l'orl 11il1; houter & IBoggs, Liborty; L,
Somieh unle ago) I wa s troubled with an
ait lack oIf rhteimatistm. I used Chamber
1:ain's Pinil Hlmt and was comupletely
c'ured, I have since advIsed many of my
frietids and11 customners to try the remedy
ma11 aill spea11k hilghly of it. SImoN or0>
It. ru- 8:an Lisk 1ev. (ail. For sale by
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