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Hamiltn8 of a LOl and Personal Nature.
-Miss Esio Gillespio is toacling
the Prater school.
-Read the 'County Auditor's
notico inl this issue.
-Rev. B. E. brandy will Tweacl
at Tabor next Sunday at 14 ti. im.
-Fresh currants, citron and rai.
sine for your fruit cako at R. it.
Geo. W. Bryant has orected a
good two story dwelling at Twelve
-L. R. Dalton has remodulel lia
dwelling and painted it, making it
-P. J. Mauldin, of the Mile Creek
section, iW still sick from the fe'cts
of a cancer on the face.
-Rev. F. D. Thomas, t.he new
preacher' wiil pieach in lio Preoby
terian church nex, S.ind tv.
-Charlus Dlton is building a noat
houso on the Milo Creek and 'ickens
road near Mile Orook clu: chi.
--The Pickons Drug Co., has onl
hand a Pu pply of "JLvo Powders."
Boys, dcn't all go at once.
-Jas. Ml. Porter, of the Halo Stc
tion, made 500 bushels (if curn witlh
two horses, besides other cropa.
-Many visitors are expected to
spend the Christmas holidays with
friends and relatvos in Pickens
--RUmenber all places of business
in Pickens will be close.d on Fr-id y
and Satutday, 25th and-26di inmt.
-Bring your remnant seed cot.
ton to ime . Will pay the highest
agrktet price. J. D. Holder.
-Remember the time for paying
taxes expires December 31st, 1903.
Penalty addcd after Jan. 1st, 1904.
-There will be proaclhing at Por
tor's Onipel the first Smnd.tv in Jan.
uary at 11 a. in , y ILo D. (illo
-Everybody is hoping that the
woother bureau will give us somo
fine weather during the Onristinas
- W. c. Harper, who lives on the
Crow Cr ot
bought lat, I
has on his
price in fl,
hale, section, made tis year on a
thbree horie farm, 700) bushels corn,
besido cotton and other stuff.
- -Corn ground at my null every
Saturday. I als > h .vo fresh car of
limo and coent, ensh&., dboors, in mid(1
ing, etc. B. E. GJranidy.
- W A N TED: -Pe~rsinmon, Dog
wood, IHickory and Ho~1lly Logs
Freight aidl Onl car blia s. JamesO.
CockshoLt, Charleston, S. C. o2hmn4
-Married, RW Twelve Mile chiiolb
on Seuday aftu-rnoon, Desc. 20, 1 9.3,
Mr~. Erne(st Brsoks to Miss5 Carrie
Howard, Rev. 0. M..Abney ofliciat
--Waddy' iarrett and Bolton IDil
lardl havo formed a partn. r.,hip andit
crected a now store at, Prater'r, tra
are fiiling it with umgoods of a
~~-NEwill niot p)ublish any papiler
next week, as the force want to tako
a few dlays (if ehuring the hiohda~uys.
WVe wvish all a merry Christmas and
a happy New Y,.'
-Tihe mino T n,,.
Rtiver Bapti'd t
ready, and thu
churches can) .. . .
calling at thi -
---Six Milo 4 :
location for a~ i
and is' almost a villageo .
would soonr be if they build amt iu.s
their graded school that is beinig dis
-MI arried, on the 13th inst., at
the residence Of the bride's father,
Jas. Massingale, Miss Nealy Massin
gale to Mr. George Masters L L.
Smnithl, N. P., ofticiated. All of Pick
-A nico Christmas p~ro3onit. and
one that would be appr. cated would
besThe Sentinel-Jouirnal. Send it to
sonic reilati ve or friend for a year and
they wvill bo remnindeud every week
that you have not forgott on them,
--Inivitat ions ha~vei beeni issn Led to
the mnarriamgo of Mr. Jhn It. (I. (- i r.
fin, of Easley, and MIiss Carria ori
trude Martin, of hiop-well TLowvnship,
on Tiuesdaiy, 291.h inrst., at the home
(of the bride. - AndersonI Intelligen
-MNesars. Mark Bo.1ing, Druff
Boldinig, Henry Bldinig, Wmn. .l~ht
nug, .Dyer1 13lding, Payno~t. Pilgrim,
Jo Pilgrim, Jlas. Brown,, Phil lip
Robertson, Carly HoEldoni, Alonzo'
John Perry, Am roni Garrott, Davo
Abercrombio, TI. W. Durham anid
some others, united their teams andi
money and went to Soneca a-fow days
ago to buy groceries for their famnil.
ie. They boutght 43 barrels of ex
cellent flonr at $4.80; 14b pou~nds
-good coffeei for $1 00; 20 pounds
-granulated sugar for $1.00 T1his is
/neighbor co operation anid beats .'the
-Alliance. This is a good bjusiness
example for other commnunities tn fol
low. They treaded with William
-Nimmnons. Duff cnd William B3.1d
Ing worked up this scheme. The
farmers .in the western part of the
county are buiying about all of their
goods at Seneca. Can't otur Pickens
mjOrehan~itts noll an ebh'p u' th 1wb
Sohool Rally and Christmas Tree.
'11hor0 is to be a -chool r.ily and
Xmas trou at Antioch ehlurhel on the
25th inst., 'boginning at 0 a. Im.
Tnm patrons of tlio sbool and the
public3 are cordialiv invited to attetid.
We expect Supt. I. T. Hallun to do.
liver an address. Obj'ct is to give
the school childreni a troat ani also
to awlaken school iiterost.
"Obamnberl iins Pain Balm is considor
ed tiho e tst li'imout on tho market,
writo Post & Bliss of Georgi i, Vt. No
othr liniment will heal a cut -,r braiRo
F0 promptly. No other afford such
quick relief for rhematio pains. No oti,
or is so vatiable for deep . seatod pains
liko in back ind p) ins in the chest.
Givo this linimenut a trial and you will
never winh to be without it. Sold by
Pickens Drug Co., Eat les Urug Store,
Pickens ani.1 T. N. Huntor, Libouty.
Appointments for Pickens Circuit for
the Year 1904.
First Sunday -Porter's Chapel, 11
a1. In . Pickells, 7 1). in
Second Siiity-Pickeus, 11 a. Ii
Belthlehiem, 3:30 p. i.
Third Sitiday- Bet hloho 11 a.
In.: T welvo Mile, 3:30) p. i.
Fourth S *day-Tabtor, I a. mn.;
l'icenis, 3:30 p. i).
Fifth Sntilay--' Twelvo Mile, 11 a.
I.; Pwkei, 7 p. in.
Chamiberlala s Ceonh Reiedy is Pleas
ant. to Take.
The flnost quality of granulated lo f
sugar is used ini tho maiftic .tiro of
Cliainberlinus Congh R-medy, and tlio
roots used in its preparation givo it a
flavor similar to nirpio syrup, mauking it
plealant to take. Mr. W. L. Roderick,
of Poolville, Md., i,1 speaking of this
remedy anys: "I havo ulsel Ch-imr
laiinus Cough Remedy witi my Children
for severl years and can truttifully say it
is the best propar itiomi of Li kindi I ov
er saw. Tim children like to t ake it and
it has no haid :-fter effect. For sale by
Pickens Drug Co., E arles Dirug Store,
Pickens and T. N. Hunter, Liberty.
MaIrried, on the 12th inst at the
resuidenei of the officiating miniAtor,
Rev. T. F. Nelson, Mr. J. E. Wvol.
biorn to iliss T. Cautroll. All of
Wheat sowing and hog killing will
soon be a tiing of tihe past.. There
will be moro wheat sown this year
than lait an]1 the farmars ira
preparing th .intd well. The eirly
s own) whI ~l
and a kind and affectionato wife and
miotheri. \We weep not forw those wvho
have no hop)1) for she is safo in the
Paradise of Goad, and we feet our loss
is tier eternal gaini. T. F.4. N.
Thio following extract from a loiter
writte by (G. M. Harmoni, editor of the
D)ispaitch, the pr~opriletors of the Ramons
Remedies isi sel f-explanatory: "'Thoro is
no pilts Ihat equal Raimon a Pills; they
leave the bowels and stomach with such
plIeasanht hiealthful feolings-no bid ef
feet-after performing t hir work thoir
oughly. I havo fried thbem and knaow
whtere-of 1 speak." 25e at Earles Drug
Store, ,T. D. 310cio, Craig Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Stegall visited
relatives neair Croswvell last Sundav.
Coi tto)n is about all pickedl in this
S. R. Day aind family hiavo moveda
to Easley andl wilt make that their
hiomie nr-xt year.
Wmn. Swaynagameo has got his new
residence complotIOL anid will mIovo
Ben Boggs is still in vory badl
M. G. Davis lost his buggy horse
- et a wveil last wveek,
by boid applications aus they u..;
r ~eh thu d~iseased ( portion oI thle eari.
TIhier' is only onie way to cuIo deaifness',
anid that is by conistitut ionatl remediaes.
Deafness is caused by an inflamated Sonl
ditioni of the mu~lcous limnig (of tbe En
shibian Tnbu. WVhen thiis t~nbo is inl
flamed you hiavo au rumlnin~irg soundi~ or
imp)Irfoet hearing, anrd when it is enltir -
1ly (clos(d, Doe flfess is thle result, and un
Iess the inflammationi can11 b) ta'kon out
and( thits tubo restored to its normal con
ditioni, heasring wvill beodestroyed forever,
'n1 (incsos ouSt of tenlar c11 1IiOnst by Ca
tarrhi, whichl is nothinug but i'n iniflaed
conidition of tho mu iconss services.
We will give Ono Hund~red D~olhars
for ansy ea1o (of D~eafliess (cauised bly ea
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrhi Cure. Scnd for (circlarS, free.
F. J1. (UIIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all D~ruggists, 75e.
Ilall's Famnily Pills are the best.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
'.t'ho firma heretofore existinig as
dloing buisinecss at Norrmis, in the
CJounity of PickonlS, and1( Staito (If
$ thtl Ciaromlinam, is this (day3 dissolved,
by~ the conisent uuid agroomaon t of all
the iuartners5 ini saidi partnership
Th'le sidu buiness~ wul henceforth be
conduicted by3 andl inl the) namen of H-.
B. Boweni, and1( all perons511 indebtod
to said fir m will muoke payment to HI.
B. Rioweni, and all pers5ons holdinmg
claims that arme duo) against the said
firm will please present the same to
the said H. BI Buon.
This, November 19th, A. D)., 1903.
H. 11. Bowon,
E. L. Hamilton,
Th'Ios. J. B~owen,
. WV. Tate,
J. T. B~owen.
Comnprising the firm "Bi-wen L W
. K I' .I-i
Dots From Central.
iollo, Christmas is here al Old
Slta Clau1 Will 01m to so 0 a al1
How 'proud we will be to sio hit, for
ho0 is K goo:l old follow.
J. 3roek, of this place, killel q
hog 18 month old that weighed 405
1). G. Parsons, of Norris, left last
week for Texas, whero he will sieid
Tho little infatnt of Mr. and Mrs.
Jon(A Gillopio was& full dead in
bod on the morn ing Do. 15th, and
was buried the day following at Mt
J. W. Hopnkins illed a Brkshire
pig nixJuon hs old weighing 217
p~onIn II 11. H urr-1ah for him. Who can1
Johmn 'illes ad Jh.1n istrap
have mnade conablderable improve
111011Is oil ti1e public roal from (Jtilip
Crek church to Six Mile.
The school it Norris i. in a flour.
i.inii.g conditiol, with Prof. .1. P.
Dunly as principal and Miss Nita
D. 1'. M1ontgoinery and faiily lIft
last. wevec fr Aikmi.sas wiorc they
will makec thevir future homio.
Not. a SiCk bly Sinice.
I was taken sa vor!y Fick Wilhi kidney
trouble. I tried lil morts of mieslicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
Haw fill ad -f y..ur E'evhrio 1ittlers I d
dotermined to try that. A fler taking a
fi-w doseci I felt roievod, uid moon there
after wias entirely cured, and nivo iol
been sick a day since. Neigibors of
lino hmve beeni Cured of rhoinat ism,
ueuralgui, liver and kidney troubles and
geeral debility." This is what B. F.
Rots of F.-rniont, N. C. writes. Only
50k at Pickens Drug Co.
Tle health of this co munity is
very good it preseint.
Sclool at Mica is getting along
flue wit.h W illie Jones as tocher.
Alibs AUpha Froemniu spent las4
Sunday with Mrs. Fanny LHendricks,
and reporto-l a nic time.
Aissies L nora Looper uid Thllie
F'rcemn, :an MeEas Oscar Looper
an 1 Grover Freeianl were tle guests
of Miss Emtuma and Jerrel MeCombs
l:st Stind adal an njyable time
ill i trot) a!
NI t.. Tabor 1 hirhI on Christ mas diy.
Everybody .iiviitdi to como.
M'aisa Gora (Chapmnil visited her
brother in the Lonhardt, section last
Miss Evio H-endricks was the guest
of Mrs. Lewis IIop~kins last week.
Misses Cora Chapman an.I Evie
Hendricks speunt one night last week
with Miss Anna Hu~ghies, of Loper.
only3 Makes a Bad Matter Worse
Pcirhaps you have never thought of it
but thel fact muist be alpparentt to every
0220 thait const jition is c3anse5d by a htick
of water oni the syistoni, anid the usie of
dlrastic caithiartics Ii ke the old fashioned
pila miakes a badic mat11ter- wvore. Chamn
b~erbrin's Stomachl and Liver Tablets are
miuchi ni.oe milId and gentle iln t heir ef
/et-, andl whlen the prioper dlose is taik
on the11 r i .n is so untural. that one
01an hardly realizo it is the effect of med
icine. Try a 25c01 ttle of t hem at Pick
ens Dr-ug Co., Earle's Drug Store, Pick
ensi, and 12. N. HIunter, Liberty.
Liberty R. F. D. No. 3.
TLheo whooping cough anud mum pu
is raging 111o1und here just now.
Soveral of Ciayton Smiithi's children
haIv. wvhoopin ti' ough.
Jaun 5 Clayiton's younmgest children
have the mllumps.
Miss-~ Cora (uin, ii of Ge-orciai, is
ni- rster, Mrs. O ayt1on
300 p)ounfds hefore ..
T1heo newu yecar is ahn111 )t lierO, na
we are one0 year nearor oternitLy,(et.or~
nity, eternity. Where will you spenid
it? Thel~re is b)ut, t wo p)lacOs, Heaven
anud hellI. It. is im possiblo to servi'
bo born again,"' then live a putre,
holy, huiimbl e, loviing, for'gjv ing, chrmis
tian Itfe, to (ever eter t.1Hlaveni'H dloors
Lot somei( 0110 whol hais lived for Satsu
all thelir past Ii fe go to . osus. For
therci is p)ioer iln Joiiis' blood to
wa1sh you white as anew. The blood
of Jesus Christ, His son, cleansuth
from all sin1.
L40t some one begin a new yoair,
and1( livo thle rest of their life for
Josusf. Jesus sai-1i he ready3, for in
suhan lhour that ye kniow not, I lie
Son of mani comuoth; yes, Oeen now,
the timo of hia coming dratweth nigh.
And who will bo roadv?
Sick H eadache ?
Food docsn't digest wvell?
Appetitc poor? Bowels
constipated? Tonguec coated?
It's your liver! Axyer's Pills
are liver pills; they cure dys
2'c. Alt drugglsts.
Waint y~imr imoutaclsho or b oaird a beautiful
brow or rcch hinidj~ 'lwn,, hAl
BUOKINOH AM'S DYE MA*.r
Aor n, fl os r.kL.AC a c-,, JAssu, .H
AlY persoiini a0 hereby warnei~d not to
hunt or tresipass in anly w my upon my
This winter st in till tsually early
and we have hiad.winer straigbt o.,
tho past month. Snow has fallon
four tiesti already.
Owing to contmim cald wheat is
not oniing up lu:ii. Cotton crop
hiug short and wotither favorable, a
fair crop of whut has been sown11
witi utisial caro and good prepara
tion of land.
Cotion picking contillues and will
soon bo all picked out, With favorablo
we'ather. Yollow tas it is. it is bring.
ing a better price than th first good
whito cotton sold this season.
Wood has gone up to $2.00 a cord
and is mluchl in demland..
Thoro is a groat rush hero for cot
ton aeed meal and 11ulls.
Building ma~trial. is hard to got
hero these days and comes high.
Muilms anid whooping cough is
nich in ovidoico in t0i4 section at
present, besid,,s lageripipo, pauumonia,
Good .ny peoplo moving. Some
from tho factory to the farms. Good.
The horso swappers' oonvotilion
was held hero last Tursday, Friday
tad Saturdav. 1hore was it good
turn out and consideraflo intere..st
manifesited in the "RUff Rips," atid
mnimy of themn were turned "r some
thing of t.he kind they callAit C-11*
Venltionil term with which we are not
yet sufficiently familiar to. givo its
full lsigiliennalee. C.
Dte. 19, 1903.
Careletsuess is responsible for many
,t railway wreck and the same causes are
makiig huitiman wrooklv of stifferers from
thIlroat and lit trotibles. But sinco the
.dvt nit of Dr. Kings Now D;scovo-y for
1ou31ghMs, (ousmtion , colds, 11d even1
AwNthewrs. va-es o tit bo enrid, and hiopo
less resigi .1ion ik no longer niecessairy.
Mrs. Lois Uiteg --f Dorcliester, Mass.,
is one of many whoso life was saved by
Dr. King's New Discovery. This great
imedy is guaraniteed for all"throat and
Ing di.eases by Pekons Drug 0., 50o
imd S1.00. Trial bottles free.
A IUSINE4i COLL '0 OF RUP
Theo Southleru shotcrthkasd<lit ane l -
ness University At-harita, Gs.
Mloves Into anl Elegant
The oldest, h.rgest, and best busi
esu Collogo in thle soutih. the Nont h
-ua .auu,o 011tle. lotugil It-.s ol
-ur rie-lomn, aind lccounlterim-n t of
11titers. It lias th lir-gest Iat run
Igo inl the ouith, annuallaly enrollinig
>ver 500 situden ts.
It plac1.-si its graduts ill p .sitionis
sceiving from lifty to stay apphes
.eatin mon811411thly~ from buineI IOF i 9Au1
for bookklieeyrs an11l stougraiher(.
Wtrite for~ a'itailoigu. AdldressH A
U. Brisec, President or. L WV. IXr
bold, Vico ~ P iien I, Atlant a, U 1.
D~oesn't Respect Old Age.
It's atueful wvheni youth fa to showv
I (pelr reepe)u for uold ag., buat just t he
sonlt rary in the case of Dr,. King,'s New
Life Pills. iThey cut oll' majladios no(
natt'r how severe an 1 irrui,pwcive (of
>1(d ano. D~yspopsi , Jaunn 1ido, Fe ver,
Joipa4i)tion all yiehld to thisl perfect Pill.
5o at Pickoens Drug (Jo.
All perslonls are, forbiddlei to hire~
3d harbor~~l my1~ nep1h44w, WVili We'ollhy,
3.)lore.d, who is abiout 12 ' ears old
Sld hast left homo11 without my con
eut and1( withIouit niov provocation.
8dee3t. Zip Mansion,
Central, S. <'.
Chamber.tam1S Stomach anid Liver
l'ablots are buecoming a faivo rite for
it. mach trouble anu consiltipaion01. For
tale by Piekuen< Denug Co., Earles Drug
3tora and T. N. 11laniter, Liberty.
LI Have Had a
And sr..1lo atL toil and pa.
I (10 not sell on er1 (li t or''time,
Ruit sell for pIroli t and gaini,
Don't thIin k by that I moan to
AlI otif of one( thing,
But soil 'emil fast so at last,
I ha vo some1( money0 in chiange,
La1st HRut tonl Shioi's, 75e andl( $1.
Alons Brogans, $1 to $1,10o.
S,,t thlem boforo you buy,
Chaw my baclier bofore you ery,
J. D. MOORE.
Pl Fe!ish or Oysters
Plco0ur~ orders for Oysterst land :Fish
COLUMIIA 1'1521 AND) IUE CO.,
Si.tisfactory p1ilees, quic0k service. You
canl maka mioneQy nOwY selling ouri largo
Souath 1Alullet while eggs etc., are so very
-For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tile -
A, B. WARDLAW,
0IIOMAS SCRUGGS, on Christmas day,
Got packages galore,
Until he wondered if there could
Uy chance be any more.
He opened each one when it came
And slowly grow enraged,
And not a packago held a thing
That his great wrath assuaged.
Fer each one, be it long or short
Or slim or thick and fat,
Contained, in varied shape and form,
A gaudy new cravat.
"'Tis everl thus!" mioaned Thomas
"In every Chrilstmlas wreeck
I am the sut'erer Who gets
It always InI thle treek."
The tli%: wer-e ar~een and( reil and I
And blaick and pink and blue,
With strip(-\ and dlots and Wiunny
Of truly awfu~ll hute.
At last he fretted -!o abhout
TLe thind. that hie fell III,
And then, to aid to aill is woes,
Thiere was a doctor's 61ll,
- .,. m n ap u t w ll
asked for somne reininiseenees. "it hatS
been at ]lng time atgo, amid I cannot re
memb111er inuchel of those Chri-stmlas
ties 6W ofth am4 lidote
tug toocp*u atnin u
Chritnni wa oneday n wich her
waColgtig h enrcie
m'sage an oe ro oe n
cam liegtanisiaio nta
tle ensue. l.'or lgtimeth" cn
es raged Tines enred Tnd wer
broken, foredagin anendavre
texte sraeie il moe et. a
lesorn becam soextngan s
irte that twoi' en hd their arms
andlc blckie ain aruc."-ashigto
h ristm asnd lothe unfnns
01' toray;i liherChstm fnd
the flrd frozen " ad thwoecun
tye tiht inl t gras f th ethr
Ane tmanyi tluaddnt all retty Cristma
csdtos l'0rhap heil mosit~cl8 Intesn
bef a are tie netng and( feeding of
tihebs. Ae fw tasboe Chrism thes
new~g~ stoa ondhy are putet ino every
nest that enn 01e foind oinwi theholow
of stees and te care fofu house, and
harn11. land sotraw tsenrtteredil tabout
overO th ie htonoeChit
Thefs zie agd ivi~ ve 1 ie
ga iteri - ui I o li'limu er tuim
of cerel s iiOhe 11n~m
try Ihtgit iiIlegapo loie le~
Aew strawai ii tehl 11 vr
It is Predicted
That the cominig v iter will bo the coidot ever expor
enced in t)i,8 cuuII ry. 1t lus taken a goodstart and un.'
Ies all Isigns fail ti winter will be a ''ubiIM1tQ'
Prepare for War in Time of Peace...
'his is an ld -avi-g and ft true one, b.y your OVER.
COA 8, (01 1 iN<, SHOES, JEAN,4!LANNELS and
)R s8 G00)l bet'o1r it gets too cold to Comne to town
fr tihei. Nev.,r be-ore havo we had such a stock as
we >w have on ln . Ne)v goods coming in evory day.
ihte Ju-t r c4ived the third big shipnent of Jackets
lj(l Skirts 8ineo hupng our first lot. Soo the new Ones
ne haVo jusit rctCii ed.
Shoes I Shoes ! Shoes !
Our Shoo trnad is doublo what it ever has bcon, the only
trtuble wo lu4,s gutLig tho'n bro as fast as WO n143(d
theim. The r'ansoii of this is we sell tho boat on earth the
" AXE'' We do not hesitato to say that we
have Ili best stock (if Clothing and Ovreats in the
county, and wo have sumo bargail:s to offer botWfoi loW
and January 1st.
Furniture - Wagons - Buggles.
We have at complete and well sulected stcck of Furniture.
as good buggies as you will ((d anywhere and overy One
knows dhat we se'l the best wvago on Earth, "ImUE
Don't fail to . ' w,
CI O1TI I NG, 811Ol0S, I 'Il'S AN D G ICNTS FURNISHING :GOODS
WR HAVE LEARNED....S
s something each clay. We have
s a lot of differen, e in goods, and
>w to select the best of everythin-r
Take. for inC -
WE SLHL NOTHING BUT TI IE FINEST.
People who buy a dollar's worth of groceries here
had better have two market b~askets. WVe don't give
groceries away, oh, no, but we have a wvay of' stretch
ing dollars that is appreciated by our customers.
SA-NT1. C LAIS
AT OUR STORE.
wye invite the Ipeople to call and inspect our line of
Buy nowv and let us put your goodsaway for you until
you needl them. Anything and everything for young
and old.--children and growvn folks-father, mother,
sister, broth- r, husband, wife or sweetheart.
Goods nowv on display. Call and see them.