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-Col. J. E. Hagood, Charles
ton, is in Pickens.
-Lots of Christmas toys and
candies at Harris'.
-Your name should be on
our subscription list.
-A lot of Blankets, Overcoats
and Shawls at Harris'.
-These morning are very much
like winter time, aren't they?
-I can help you out with the
Christmas tree. T. D. Harris.
-J. W. Adcox has charge of the
mail route between here and Eas
-The editor is attending the an
nual conference at Fiorunce this
-Miss Lizzie Williams, Briggs,
visited Miss MattiA Hester this
-Miss Lida Hagood, Easlay.
visited Miss Corrie Bruce thia
-Miss Ara Whitmire, Jeptha,
N. C., is visiting at 'Squire T. R.
Price's this week.
-J. T. Anthony is running a
beef market in the rear of B. M.
Griffin's grocery store
-Daniel Winchester, Hazel, has
purchased a nice farm from Jas.
Nimmons on Eastatoe.
-The contract for the cross
ties of the Pickens and Easley
railroad was let Monday.
-Miss Ealie Winchester, Hazel,
has been very sick for the past
week, but is cenvalescent now.
-I will pay Spot Cash for 1,000
bushels of corn and 1,000 bundles I
of fodder. T. D. Harris.
-The Board of County Coni
missioners met Monday and the
regular business was transacted.
-Miss Anna Jones, one of
Brushy Creek's charming young
ladies is visiting the Misses Harris.
-Do you want first class Photo
grapos? If so, call at R L lender- t
son's Gallory while in Pickens.
-The condition of B. D. Stew
art, who was shot while on a raid
some time ago, is much improved.
-Ex-.Judgo Cothian died iII
New York Sunday. His remains _
were returned to Abboville for in
-J. T. Newton, Crow Creek, was
in town on business Tuesday. Mr.
Newton is a prosperous farnrr of
-Married, on the 6th 1897, by
Rev. V. B. Singleton, Earle Hen
dricks to M~is' Lula Waidrop.
Both p)arties colored.
-In a lawsuit at Decatur. Ala
bama, over a $10 i4eer, the costs
have already cro,ssed the $1,200
line and are still clinmbing.
---Rev. J. E. Foster filled hisI
regular appointment at Seconal
Sunday and p)reachedl an able ser
mon to a large congregation.
-Revs. W. M. Harden and L. L-1
Inabinett left Monday for Flor
ence, to meet the annual confor-6
vnee which convened Tuesday.
-Frank Hendrick., who has
been attending the Tuiscul umi
(Tenn.,) college, returned home to
spend Xmas Saturday of last
The assigned stock of gen
neral Merchandise, of 0. P. Brigh t,
of Central will be sold the 17th
inst. The goods will be sold at
-R. L. Henderson, the photo
grapher, 13 here now and is reaidy
to do work for you. His wvork is
strictly first-cl ass and guaran toed.
Givo him a call.
-The assigned stock of
g eneral merchandise, of 0. P.
Bright, of Central will ho sold the
17th inst. This stock consists of
a general line of merchandise.
-Some one declares that in fif
ty years there will not he a single
tree in America, Each year it
takes 500,000 acres of timber to
supply sleepers for the railwvays.
-S. P. Burbago died at his home
'in Greenville on the 4th inst. Ho
was about 62 years of ago and has
:been a prominent merchant at
that place for a number of years.
--Married, on the 1st inst., nt
rexsidence of the bride's grand
thier, Mrs. John I Williams,
~s .Rebecca Smith to Mr.
*rles R. Yoerguson Rev. W. C.
--The assigned stock of 0. P.
uright, of Central will bo sold onl
the 17th~ inst.. at pubbic auictioni.
Thisj is theo .ime Lo buy y'our
Chlristnmas g! 'ads. IHo 5Iuro) andl go
to the sale. W. R. WVyatt assignee.
--W,~or.k hogan on the Pickens
and Easloy railroad Tuesday and
abhout seventy mulos and( horses
woero put to work and about soy
-enty-five or one hundred hands
were also on hand. There is no
<doubt about t.he complotion of thie
road now. Hurrah for Pickens
-Married, at tho residonce of
the bride's narents, in Denver, S.
E,on the lst inst., Dr. R. Bolt
.ay to Miss Kato Eskow. ,Rev.
Mike McGeo officiaton. Dr. Day
uis a son of Elias D)ay, wvho lives
'near Easley, anid bas '>eenl in Don
'vor for quito )pwhiAe practicing
1HiL (It,u10(11 AVl AlllId.
-J. B. Looper and family visit
ed at Auditor Christophor's this
-The Trustees meeting Satur
day was a success and largely at
---A big out on Stoves, Furni
ture, Mattresses and Bed springs
-Send all the news you know
to tho JOURNAL. We are always
glad to got it.
-J. A. Stewart, Carnesville, Ga.,
was among his many Pickens
county friends last week.
-Cut prices on Shoes, Hats,
men and boys clothing; look at
what I have. Harris.
-Wo received a cominunication
from Prator this week that was
arowded out, but will appear next
-The Old Folks Singing asso
>iation will meet. with the Holly
3prings church thle third Sunday
In this month.
-$5.00 given away at Hender
9on's Gallery. Who will have it?
l'his offer holds good only until
hristmas of this year.
-The assigned stock of genera
nerchandise, of 0. P. Bright, of
Jentral, will be sold the 17th of
December. Come and get what
ou want at your own price.
-''he sales were largely attend
d Monday, and Treasurer Young
lood was kept busy collecting
axes. Over 250 paid. Dispen
er Baker was also kept busy, tak
ng in over *70.00.
-Last 'hurIday night the house
n J. J. Lewis' plantation near
own, was entirely consumed by
ire. It is reported that a family
iad a large portion of their house
iold furnture moved into the
louse, consisting of bedsteads, etc.,
uhich was also burned. About
hirty bushels of corn was burned,
nd it is sul)posed to have been
he work of incendiaries.
-Salesdav passed off quietly
ind the following is what was
old In Iase of Oats vs Roper,
8-?-10 acres was sold to A. G.
1vatt for $1,270; 23 acres to Jas
>or1 Ots for $500; 30E acres to Jas
>c+r Oats for $415; 36-1.2 acres to
. E. Oats for $600; 241 acres to
.. G. Wyatt for $780; 15-7-10
xeros to Frances A. Shock for $610;
'7 acres to .Jasper Oats ror $1,000;
4! acres to .Jaspor Oats for $375;
8 2-5 acros to W. R. Oats for $850;
h acres, the family gravo yard, to
rasper Oats for $5. Susan Stowart
rs. Robert Stc7wart, 60 acres to
1oht. Stewart for $430; Robert.
f'rotter vs. Thomas Trotter, 127
icres to I. A. Whitmiro for $530;
1. acres to I. A. Whitmire for
575; a acros to J1. E. Hlagood for
975 ; Lida Owens vs. Amanda Hiunt
114 acres was continuedl; Hollinigs
wvorth vs. Amianda Hunt, 59 acres
to J. J. Morgan for *870; S. A.
30snell vs. Mary A. Smith, 10 to
[5 acres to C. L. Hollingsworth for
$81; WV. A. McDaniel vs. Raekley,
[76 acre,s to C. M. Hart for *35;
R. M. Richardson vs. E. M. Alex
mndor, 50 acres to R. M, Richard
ion for 851; Hangood Bruce & Co.,
es. Elizabeth Stansell 150 acres to
[. McD. Bruce for *52; J. J. Sit
~on, cashier, vs. R. M. Stewvart, 273
icres to J. E. Bloggs for $106.
.Joab Mauldini died at his resi
lene two iiles seouth of Pickens
l'uesday, the 30th of November,
1897. aged 58 years. Though it
sva kniown that lhe had been in
reehle healIth (luring the fall and
that lie had beeni conifinedl to his
>ad for aL few weeks, yet the comn
muniity was not prepared for this
There was not a man ini the
soiin ty better or~ more favora bly|
Known than Joab Mauldin. Frank,
mid generous hearted lie made
[rionds of all wvho knew him. He
was no sort, of a po(liticiaLn. He
wase poplar becauso all wvho kneow
him were willing to trust him.
His thousand kindna,sses to all he
sould assist never had the
least tingo of time serving or self
iiggraiidizement. So when lie of
fored for the oflice ok sheriff of the
coun ty, bhis election was a foregone
conclusion. Ho filled that respon
sib,le ofhico for four terms, with fi
dlelit,r to the peop)le and with un
faltering coura.ge in the (discharge
of his dutly. Discroition and ofli
eial tact were marked character
istics of I li man.
In Lthe, idst of huis political suc
oe.is, hiis inicreasintg responsibilIi
t ws ain I cares, lie hi ard and obey
(Id thoe still small voice calling
Iim ut p lb a chrtist ian. Well does
lie.- rem'inmber whomilihe arose
in th congr'gation at. thme Alio
(list climrch and1( auniI(iIced the
fact, that he beho tved t hat Christ
wasIi thme Son of thie I,ivinag God,
Fad hiis Saviour, and in that fith
he lived and acted1 until the (lay
of (death. Without ostentationi,
witbout malice, above suspicion
in all things lie waelked humbly
and( trustful ly in the pathway of
Hlis widow and nino children
surfvivo him. Hel hats left themi a
consolationi, a her itge that wealth
cannmot buy iior adversity take
His remains wore interred at
P'ickens cemetory on Thursday
wit,h Mlasonic honors.
Wanted-An idea E lm3
What is going on in and around Liberty
(Correspondent to the JouRNAL.]
Libei ty, S. C.. Dec. 6, 1897.
-B. F. Parsons is sick.
-Vick Hudgens' baby is very
-F. M. Morris' son is still seri
-J. J. Wakelin has moved to
his new residence.
-Herbert Parsons, of Elberton,
Ga., was in town last week.
-C. E. Hamilton will move
back to his farm near Major's post
-The pastime of hog killing
was oxtansivoly indulged in Mon.
-The public roads have put on
their usual winter appearance.
Mud, mud, mud.
-Mrs. J. A. Davis and children
are visiting her father Larkin
Hughes at Roanoke.
-Miss Minnio Boggs returned
home from Atlanta Saturduy
where she had been visiting among
-Wheat showing has been cut
short by rain and many of our
farmers did not get through. A
few are still hauling guano.
-Two of the oldest blind tiger
runners of this section has inoved
away. We lost one fine ono last
winter and still have some to spare
-Jay Boggs died last Thursday
and was buried the day following
at the Ruharnah cemetery, the
funeral services were conducted by
Revs. W. H. Workman and L. T.
-There is one good chance for
some one to buy a good home in
town, where they can get the bene
fit of one of the best schools in the
county. We have a much larger
school than we have over had.
-Rev. L. T. Woldon preached
his valedictory sermon at the Bap
tist church Sunday. -is many
friends are sorry to give him up,
as ho has served this church seven
yenrs. Rev. Vermillion has been
called to preach at the Baptist
-Some of of citizens got mixed
up with some lipuor (nothing un
usual only more this timlle',) Sat
urday night and wound up with a
sniashed up buggy and a regular
hog wallowing in the mud, which
happoned to bo nearly ats plenti
ful as liquor. 'Tis amusing to
riad thtl blarney about the liquor
trafic, etc , in town in a mud sling
ing and splashing champion of
the blind tiger cause, it reminds
one somewhat of a fo,ol that climb
ed1 a tree and sawedl the limb be
tween himself and the tree. Ha,
ha, ha. Old Watch gets the li
qjuor all right. 0.
The County Coimmissioners will
hold their anmual meeting the first
Monday in January 1898. All
persons having claimns against the
county will render them in by
that time. E. F. Looper,
The Auditor's ofilen will be open from
the 1st daty of JTanuar2 1898, to the 20th dlay
of February 1898, to receive returns for
Rteal and Personai property, for taxation in
Pikn county-, for fiscal year conmmencing
January the 1st 1898.
The Auditor or his depuities will be at
each1 of the following precincts to receive
returns for said fiscal year:
Calhoun, Monday .January 17th 1898.
Central, Tuesd a~y and WVednesday Janu
uary 18th and 19th 1898.
Norris Cotton~ Mill, Thursday January
Liberty, Friday and Saturday January
21st and 22d 1898.
Easley, Monday andi Tueaday January
24th and 25ith 1898.
Cross Plains, Wednesday January 26th
Looper's Store, Thursday January Ilh
Peter's Creek, (Hu oghes' Store,) Friday
January 28th 1898i.
Pumpkintown, Saturday January 29th
Eastatue, (King's Old Store,) Tuesday
Felhruary 1st 189.8.
Hurricane, (Mile Creek,) Wednesday
February 2d 1898.
Six Mile, Thursday February 3d 1898.
Prater's, Friday Februaary 4th 1898.
Pickens Court House, balance of the
Tis is the year that the law requires all
persons to titake a return of all Iteal Estate
and Buildings, for action of the Township
Assessors, wh-o are required b,y law to ox
amine all returns made.
Ignorance of the time o,f listing is no ex
cuse; and a penalty of fifty per cent. for
non returns is strictly enjoined upon the
All tax payers nmut make their returns
in person or by one legally authorized to
dlo 50, ail in case of sickness or absence
from thto countty.
Banks, BHuihling and Loan Associations,
Fro, Li1fe and other Insurance Companies
are re(quiredl by law to nmake returns.
All merchiant.s aro requitred by law (see
Sectioni 229, Reivisedi Statutes of South Caro
li no, 1893,) to ma11ke a retu rn o,f their mnor
chaind iso separa te frome t heir oilher Personal
I,ropeirt.y. ilaniiks to be furn isheid for same
,y thei Audiitor.
lach, ando every person will please he
Ire-pared to say in whaut township and
School Dilstrict thtey livye at thle time they
are required to make their returns.
All malies be,tween 21 and 60 years of age,
(eet those excused by law areo lile to
poll1 tax. ICX-Confede'rate so.ldiers are ox
cutsedi at 50 yeatrs of ago.
N. A. Cwcnro'oru,
Aulditor of Pickenms County.
"T HE SUN'"
TIhe firat of Anwr-icani New~spapers
Charles A. Dana, E<itor-.
Th'Ie A mei-ican C'onilituition the Aum
ican I<dea, lhe AmIlericant SpirIt. Thlese
firs-t, lastI, amli aull the timh e, forev'er,
D)aily, by- imil. - - $0 ai year.
Daily' and Samny, by mail, -- *8 a year.
isi the greatest Hinday Newspaper- in the
Price 5e a conv. fly mail, *2 a year.
AddIron TilE NJT Nw vmik
TEXAS, MEXICO' CAL
IFORNIA, ALASKA, or
any other point, with
FREE MAPS, write to
Fred D. Bush,
District Passenger Agent,
Louisville & Nashville R. R.,
36.. Wall St., Atlanta, Ga.
Liberty Land Sales.L
By virtue of the authority ves.
te in uts by tha last' Will and
'restainent of 'Thomas E. Willard,
deconsed1, we will on '1uesday, the
28th dity of Decenuler at 11. a. mt.,
1897, inl the town of Li)ortV, sell
to t ho iigliest idder fivo (5,)
valuable tracts of lands in and
near the said town.
Plat.s of dillrent tracts can bo
seon at any timne by applying to
the Executors, and samo will be
Oxhibited on day of sale.
Terms cash, purchaser to pay
for the deed.
T. G. Boggs,
Executor of Thomas E. Wil
Liberty, S. C., Novombor 8oth
deoc2w4-97. . . .. .
PREVENTED BY TAKING
"Our Native HERBS'
Grea Blood Purifier and
200 DAYS' TREATMENT $1.
Containing a Registered 4ntrautee.
32 page iook in T1estiionials. FR EE.
Sent by mail, postpaid. Sold -only by
The Alonzo C. BLiss compaiy,
Washington, D. C.
(Lat,e Exchange 71otel,)
A FIRST CLASS COMMERCIAL
Newly Refitted, ltefuirnished, and.]Klodern
izeui.. i (,1 tiets' RooitlS Large, Light,
with fp)n Grates. Large S.ampli
Itonsu on Ollico lloor. City
Railway fromn Air Line
Terms per Day, $2.00.
G0it1m W\. K1TTi-:1.r.1C, 'Manager.
CAPTr. W. I. Wiirri-:. Chief Clerk.
Anyonk ending a sketc n dsr in m oay
obhi naotetotab le. (oun nu its st ricti
in Ari r Ve h iaveh ur rVsig o otilco
special notice in the0
atn selce te "irari weoky rns$.l aer
... x-s Bent"fre. AddAND.
MUNN & Co.,
361 Broadway, Now York.
FOR A PHONOGRAPHY,
AddrsWILBUR R. SMITH,
Wor circular of hise f amnous and reaposisible
COMMERCIAL. COLLEGE OF KY, UNIVERSITY
Awarded Medal at World's Ex position.
(t of Full Ilune Couse,r lnlu l an Tui-.
tion,.Book, and lloard in family, about #J0.
Shorthand,Type-Writing, and Telegraphy,Specialties.
twrdd gadK uates. iterar y (ors r farea i r alsred.
N.oac"U". Ente ow Odutos ucesl.
Patronize Your Home
We rep)r(senlt strong stock comn
panlies whlo write* a liboral p)olicy
oin all clatsses of property at. rea
g&-See uIs beforo placinIg your
A. W. HUDCENeS & SON,
EASLEY, - - S C.
5'N. B.-W'.o cani writo you
0on 0in Houses, G rist Muis, Flour
Mills, Saw Mills and all kinids of
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, atnd not
less than 3% of actual
will increase the crop and im
i ove the landl.
Otur b)ooks tell all about the subjct. They
are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KAt-! WORKs,
o-a Nassau St.. New York, 1
Is selling at or below cost anc
we sympatlhize with the farm
ing people, as we have hac
some cxperienc talong thai
A short crop and a low pricc
is a double calanmity.
We can't expect the pcople
to pay even a liberal profit oi
their purchases under existing
We are villing to divide
our Profits and in this way do
all we calt to tide this eumer
We (10 not boast of th' lar
gest stock, but we do boast of
and at as low a price, if not a
little lower than the other fel.
Try us and be convinced
that what we say is true.
Yours for t-ade,
Fiboiiiai & llollth!cks,
Pickens, S. C,
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Mr. Editor :
Times seem I be a little squal
ly, but the litthe Pholks must
havO Some nIice thilgs f,'r their
So this l1t1Iget has brought
ll) a nice lot, of .loliday goods
and they Ilutst he div ided amUln(l
a11on g tle chilireI. 'Tell the
Old Pliiks about this so they
can be fixin' about. I. The first
to comie gets hie first pick, but
thiers plenty for all.
'1'he I 'Iolks all read that no
ti(- last m1onith and for a few
weeks they kept us pretty busy
\We are much obligel to you
for senling them your paper.
Lh)ere is one fellow, however,
who di(n't come up. Probably
lie don't take your piaper. May
b)e he cani't read andl he's the
very one we wanted to come up:
the worst, If yOU ha!ppen to see
him, you might miention it to
him. And say to all that we
are much olbliged to them and(
tell them we wvish them a merry
Christmas, andit a good lively
time all niext year.
Are You Weak?T
Weakness mannifesta itself in the loss of
amb)ition andl( aching b)ones. The blood is
watery; the tissues are wasting-the door is
bemng opened for disease. A bottle of Browns'
Iron HitterR taken in time will restore your
strength, soothe your nerves, make your
bloot rich am.d red. Do you more good
than an e xpensive special course ofamedicine.
Browns' Iron Hitters is sold by all dealer.
Don't mould thecm like you
But we get them uip in a
ens are the~
All kinds of. W\Tgon and
Buagg'y repn);irinhg (done while
you waif. D)one so Quick
yoni will comeI hack again
Whleil youll rek-dOWhl or hlave
dl IlllawV dy .(I0 .
DUCKWORTH & PALMER,
Olil S for ) L'adIC,
oct2-97m. Piekens, S. C.
Valuable to Women.
Especially valuable to women Is Browns'
I ron lititern, IBackache vanishes, headache
disappears, strength takes the place od
weak ness, and the glow of health readily
comes to the pallid eheek when this won
derful remedy is taken. F'or sickly children
or over work ed men it has no equal. No bome
should he without this famous remedy.
Browns' Iron Bitters ju eld b)y all dealers.
Notice to Creditors.
Not it is heerebyw gi ven to all persons
heohiilg ch1iima aginsst the Estate of( Mrs.
LA . A lexaneIr, deeased , that they musta
prove the samse beefoere me on or by3 the 15th
lay o f Deembhere 189.7 or be bearredl from
par t icipating~ in the' fiundls of said Estato,.
.M. Stewart. Admiiistrator.
CHOCK FULL OF G(ODS.
Bought direct from NEW YORK, by an experienced buyer.
The nicest selection we have ever had. Our s ock
i, laiger than ever before and we are carry
ing now a little of everything.
There is no better market than Pickens
and nobody is more anxious to please than we are,
We ask you to come to see us. The narket price paid for
cotton and produce.
STOIP AND THIT~[NK
Did you ever think for five minutes where was the best places
to buy ? If not, then read the following and like your neighbors,
Notwithstanding the cry of hard times and the low price of
cotton, my store room is daily crowded with both lookers and
buyers. They have heard that
Store is the place to get real bargains; and they know they al
ways get what he advertises and at the price advertised. I want
everybody who reads this paper to comno to my store and get their
share of the bargains.
In )rews Goods I have anything from a 45c Calico to a $150
per yard Silk. But I want to talk to you about goods of every
JEANS. I will sell you a first rate Jeans at 10c.
A No. 1 Kentucky school boy Jeans for 13c.
The Best All-Wool Filled Jeans over sold for 25c
Wool Flannels, Red and White; you will just have to see the
goods and get prices to appreciate them.
Canton Flannels that challenge all conpetition in prices and
quality at 5, 8, 10 and 121c per yard.
Underwear, Fine and CllEA P, Wool and Cotton, for mon and
Women, but I challenge
To tbrow down a better Shirt for -ise than I will.
1o0 Quilts and Blankets that must le Sold.
I cut the price to the Quick while you have the money. No use
to wait till your money is gone then ofler burgains wlen you
SIlOES. A. K. PAltK has a l;eputat ion on Shoes that he is
proud of. Often does hear it said. "W hat. Park tells you about
shoes you can depend on it.'' . shall hol to that, reputation, no
matter what it cost inc. I have shuo's for men, women and chil
dren at till prices.
Comle to see when you want iirv (ioods or Shoes, and you
will get more Uoods for your nmolne'y tthanl you , expected.
Greenville, S. C. West End.
Fresh and New
Is our entire stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONR, CABIPETS,
Our stock tl.his fallI in ni11 th0 Ihove. Ete: !s the !aig ad,
plete wec have ever had and ever' shiowni in one hiouise in) Gree,
extenid to all ouri friends a cordial in vitat ion wh'len in G reen vil
Us a call.
We have some rare bargains to oller. A fehv we will mention.
The best all wool filling Jeans 10 oz. 25 (eents.
The best all wool filling Jeans 83 oz. 20 (cents.
9 y'ds all wool twilled 'Ted Flaunnelc for. $1.(0.
A 25c. all wool twilled Rod Flannel for 15 cents.
A heavy Outing in all colors and1( black ami white 5 cents.
All wool casslimero, the 50c. quality '35 Cents.
Table Damask fast colors 20c. a better at 235 cents.
Best Sea Island 23 yds for $1.00.
Heavy I D)rillin g 5c. worth ; cents.
Dress Ginghams 5 cents and uip. Cotton cheeuks 4t cents.
Best apron Ginghams 5 cents.
Best indigo Calico 23 yds for $1.00.
Calico for 34 cents. A better at -I cents.
The best Calico for 5 cents.
38 in. all wool Dress Flannel all colors 25 cents.
50 in. Black Briliantine 410 centy worth 75 eents.
30 in. Dress Flannel all wool 18 cenits.
Prettiest line 25c. Novelty Dress Goods in Gr'eenville.
10-4 Blankets white and colored 45 eents.
Capes $1 and up. Carpets andI Mattings att prices lower than you
ever bought before.
SHOES! SHOES!! WVe have putt in a conmplete new stock and "can
fit you in anything you want. Give us a trial and see if we won't save
you 15 per cent.
Remember we have no old stock to put oilf on you, but everything
new and fresh.
'We hay, only mentioned a few of the many Bargains that abounds in
our store. Cull and be convinced that the place to buy your goods is AT
fSrAfter Seeinfz our Clothing.
AndI getting the prices. We have na1de' 'ver'y effort to bocm trade
anid it will1 be greatly to y our bene('fit to purcha'iJse your
of us nowv. Ojur goodis ire liked whieever used and are the best to be ob
If' you have no~t soon our1 stock, you wilt be surprised at the ex(tensiv()
variety of carefully selectedl and1( handsoime patternis in
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in every conceivable and dlesirable style.