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gou Need Now
Fruit Preserving Powders
Fruit Jar Rubbers
he Fruit Preserving Powders we sell are harmless.
They keep frait perfectly and do away with cans.. They
d not cause fruit to taste. A I 5-cent package .will
preserve 50 pounds of fruit.
Fruit Jyr Rubbes at 5 cents per dozen-so cents
per dozen dozen. Also 1o cents per dozen-$i per
Paraffine Wax to cover jelly, preserves, etc., and
keep them cean and airtight, 15 cents.a pound.
eNKENS D)RUG COM Y
The Rexal Store re
4.N)U. HLLIUM, Proprie Caro na
nd a chan
- 1s for every;
- e he ma
L6MA and Pehal
SrFrank for cotton Mrs. kate .Jolly of Atlanta,
iv and Mrs. W. H.
Miss Ane Aiken of Pied
mont's-visiting her sister, Mrs. Wakn Christopher is- spend
g e. ,'part of his vacation at
IA JStoley of Charleston is
stihisennSydneBruc Ahe C. D. C. Chapter will
n ken eet with Miss Vesta Ashmore
---0 VFriday afternoon.
9,, Johnson, the ten-ItC
A man is in Baltimorur The town authorities are hav
oods this wee! .ing some good work done on the
a h-streets of Pickens.
Ftves in Grifi MYr. and Mrs. R. M. Holden of
G r Calhoun are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen.
Stewagrt of- Calhoun
of this county is Miss Eva Christopher visited,
#ie parents Is and elatives in the Mt. Carmel sec
tiQn' of the county last week.
Bill" Ponder of the east Misses Bessie and Corrine Rob
of the county was a ertson of Greenville are visiting
business visitor at the their sister, Mrs. T. R. Allen.
Miss Lura Pickens of Ander
arngan tale Se son county visited her -sister,
e &enauf Charleston are spend- Mrs. M. C. Smith; in- Pickens
e x while in Pickens as the laSt week.
-~'gest of ame Hagod.Mesrs. James Edens, Gignil
- . . liatt Christopher and 'Douglas
Shave a_ communmcation Yongue are at Brown's for sey
~ ~um ~ISubscriber" which we eral days. -
~ publish because we do
ib kow the real name of the - M. 0. Looper, who has been
~iithor.confined to his bed for a long
- time, is able to be up, we are
~~ruedat the home of the glad to report.. -
~ 'sparents, Mr. Robert
to Miss Bertha -Mae Rev. John C. Bailey will'~
Rev. Robt. H. Lupo preach at the Presbyterian
- church Sunday aftenoon at 2
lauP~l Beggs was in Pickens a forocok
Shotwhile last week on hi
Sayfrom Tampa, F'aida, to The Presbyterian Aid Society
'vithis mother,' Mrs. M. E, met with Mrs. J. J. Lewis last i
at Nimmons. Tuesday afternoon. A most i
- - interesting program. was carried -,
~%~Arthur King, postmaster out .
2Eale y, and Miss -Salli Magistrate A. S. Porter and
~~4 . were apri mcuc te family have moved from, their
lapst huarch nea home near the school house to
las Tusda.- the, Crane house near the courtb
*--- house. . b
Mr. Urias- Wood of Greer,8
sAnnie Alken of Piedmont Mr. and Mrs. J.- T. Partridge t<
ofeise Geneva and Addie and little sons,James andFrank, f(
~ 'niey ofPickens spent one haye returned from a very pleas- E
.'-a:last week at Chick Springs. ant visit to relatives in Ander- "
If von are interested in the county.
~. best method of canning fruits Those interested in orcharding IC
and vegetables in tin, or glass and diseases of fruit trees should a
cm vou can learn something attend the rally s-at Reunion.0
at theakyt~ Reunion.,- An experienced expert will be "
-at your service.
- M. .~ Smith has traded his
Z big -tchell automobile to Ernest Christopher is off on G
- , r Griffn of Greenville. his vacation and visited h is el
th is now driving one brothers, Rev. Arthur Christo- of
of th st looking horses in the pher, at Duncan, and Bristow w
~ounty. at Clyde. N. C. m
- - -TRY OUR.
Af - - cli
- I fic
Our Pure Food Soda Fountain
Drinks will quench
that thirst i n
Ask anybody about our 40Mr
ST Ice Cream the
~ -~ the
Most complete line of Drugs uI e m
in Pickens 2 o
The Nyal Store Telephone 24 6 a
Mr. and Mrs. Doris McGlure
Atlanta are visiting at the ho
of Capt. J. T. Taylor.
Willie Harris, of Atlan
visiting his parents, an
Mrs. T. D. Harris,
The protracted ':ieeting at Mt
Carmel church' closed Sunda'
and eight ne'w members weri
The W. O. W. picnic whici
was to have been held at Dacus
ville Aug" 22 has been indef
in' po stoned.
jrs, N. D. Lesesne of Kings
ee will visit her sister, Mrs. vv
- McFall, in Pickens this week
Mrs. Lesesne has many friend,
here who will be delighted t(
An expert on tomato diseaseE
will lecture at'Reunion the 14th.
Brn your particular trouble tc
him with an affected plant if
you have failed to find a cure
Mrs. Lou Watkins and son,
Willis, of Easley, spent :last
week at the home of her brother,
W. C. Wyatt, one of the excel
lent farmers who lives near
Misses Hassie and Grace Gar
vin of College Park, Ga., who
have been visiting friends in
Pickens, are now spending sev
eral days in Central before they
The closing exercises of the
Mt. Carmel school of music will
take place Friday night; August
14, -at 8 o'clock. All lovers of
music are invited to attend.
Admision 10 and.15 cents.
Mis~Meda Boggs left for
Greeville Monday and will spend
ten daysthere assistingPresident
Ramsay of --the Greenville Fe
male College in his office. Miss
Meda/is a student of this college.
We learn that Mrs. Wesley
Hudson. who lived near Pick
ens, died Friday after a-short
illness. The.remains were laid
to rest at Mt. Bethel after fun
eral services had been conducted
by Rev. Mr. Lupo.
The annual camp-meeting of
the South Carolina Conference
D f t h e Wesleyan Methodist
church will conyene at Central,
August 19-30. A hearty invita
bIon is diven' to all to attend this
The candidates for governor
mnd other state offices will speak I
n Pickens next Wednesday. ]
a.ugust 19. A large crowd is
ixpected to hear the candidates1
iere .Come and hear the is- e
Marshall -Parsons is on a ten
lay' trip to New York, Philadel
ihi, Baltimore, Washington and j
'ther places in the North. He
vill attend the meeting of the
rational Merchants' association
1 New Y ork. (5
Miss Maka Foggs, the efficient
ookkeeper for the Keowee
!ank,'is enjoying a well earned
acation. Accompanied by Miss a
[attie Finley she spent several i
ays of her vacation in Waynes
ille, N. C., last week.
Rev. James F. Singleton wil l
y at Cross Roads church nextn
sturday' at -4 p. m, to preach
~r the pastor, Rev. D. W. Hiott. ei
>r several days in a protracted 01
Leeting.- Broth er Singleton
as. brought un in Pickens
>unty and his numerous friends sC
id relatives will be very glad nm
' see him and hear him preach al
rain the blessed gospel of F
lirist which sayed him and E
ill save everyone who will M
'lieve it. Everybody invited. w
B. S. Johnson evidently thinks to
oyernor Blease is going to be
acted Senator. In the post
aice the other day somebody pi
as reading about 25,000 Ger- sta
ans being killed, when Dr, ris
>rter remarked 'That if that in
any "Bleasites" were to get in
lied they would be missed. a
1en Mr. Johnson had t o fix it as
remarking that "if that W
any Bleasites were to get killed pr
e election would be pretty
The candidates for county of- th
es opened their regular sched- E.
of meeting at Easlev Thurs- ca
v. moving down to Flat Rock Hi
iday and over to Liberty fai
turadav. All of the meetings ly
ye been well attended and a W
>d deal of interest is being lie
inifested by the voters. At th~
it Rock a good sized banner
is stretched across the road
1i on it 'was painted the words
)0 per cent Blease." Practi- w8
lv rno factionalism has cropped "fl
among the candidates. The F
ct meeting will be held at it.
itral on August 13.
'he Sentinel is indebted toSa
E. L. Dacus for a basket of P.
finest flavored peaches. Per
pes and plums we have had tr
pleasure of sampling this
r. Mr. Dacus lives' on his T
ae just east of the Pickens to
l. When he bought this city
:e six years ago .there was and
a fruit tree on it, but by at- Mr.
tion and work he now has a was
orchard furnishing peaches, last
les, pears, quincss, plums. sup:
pes and other fruits. In the stos
k~et given us were four kinds hou
eaches and three kinds of the
pes. We thank Mr. Dacus cani
f CottOn Weigher's Election
The election to select a cotto:
weigher for the Pickens marke
s to serve this year will be held i
Pickens. on August 15. Th
polls will be open at10 a. m. ani
close at 5 p. m., and the man
agers of the election-are W. I
r Griffin, J. L. Thornley and B.C
Those wishing to vote in thi
election should call on W. F
i Mauldin, at the oil mill office
- wfth registration certificate, an<
- procure an additional certificat
entitling the holder to vote i
the cotton weigher's election
The books are now open and wil
close at 6 p. m. three days beforo
the election. Get your certifi
cate today and vote for you
favorite. Names of the candi
dates -may be found in the an
nouncement column of The Sen
Revival at Norris
A great revilal meeting closed
at Norris Baptist church last
week.' The pastor was assisted
by Rev. W.J.Bolt and the mem
bership was very much helped.
Besides several conversions some
were reclaimed and the congre
eations were large at each ser
vice. After the iieeting'gotun
der good headway the Methodist
pastor, Bro. McFarlane, did good
service, as did Prof. J. H. Rue
bush pf Dayton, Va. There are
several to be baptised on the
next preaching day at Norris.
Brother Bolt is well known in
Pickens. He is already a great
preacher, and if he keeps on im
proving he will be among the
biggest preachers in out coun
try. _ H.
Married, at -the residence of
M. F. Hester on August 9, Mr.
Arthur Stephens to Miss Irene
Waldrop, both of Pickens. M.
F. Hester, N. P., in his usual
polite way, performed the cere
mony, after which the happ
couple left for Greenville and
other, places to spend a while.
Friends of the nely .married
couple wish them a long and
On August. 5, at 5.30 o'clock,
it the home of the bride's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. t. Bag
well, in Easley, Miss Willie Bag
wvell becamne the bride of Mr.
['homnas T. MfcMahan of Lafay
atte, La. Rev. D. W. Hiott of
Af ter a few days' stay in Eas
ey the young couple will go to
lafayette, where Mr. McMahan
iolds a position on the railroad.
~Ve wish for Dock and his bride ~
happy and useful life.
Miss Margaret Attaway, who
s teaching at Mt. Cannel, spent
ist week with her mother, Mrs. i
). H. Attaway, in Pickens.
Prof. J. L. Murphy closed his o
inging school at Concord Fri- a
ay. It was an exdellent school
if 45 members and it is needless b
> say was well taught. A is
trae crowd was at the closing
nd heard some excellent sing- l
A delightful dance was given
the young peonle by Mr. and h
:rs. B. A. Hagood at their mnag
ificent home Wednesday night.
large number of invited guests
ijoyed the occasion. Several
it of town guestsweepsnt
The W. M. U. of Pickens as
ciation will hold its annual ~
eeting with the Baptist church t
this place on Thursday and
riday of this week. Mrs. C. si
Watson of Greenville and si
rs. 3. R. Fizer of Columbia a]
ill be present. All the ladies
the community are requested m
Mrs, Minnie A. Craig, one of W
ckens' good women, was
ricken with paralysis on her so
tht side last Thursday morn- w
g about 2 o'clock. She was in
a very serious condition for
while, but is now improving th
rapidly as could be expected. 1,
e hope for her continued im- 'W
aved health. wi
M[r. and Mrs. J. W. Cartledge
Augusta, Ga.. are visiting at w.
e home of his brother-in-law, to
M. Gille-4pie, in Pickens. Theyv ba
rne up from Augusta in their th
ipmnobile. J. T. Gillespie and th
nily of Greenville also recent
visited his brother, E. M. e
hile together. the thi ee famni- v
enjoyed a week's outing in ,
L. splendid revival meetin2
s closed last Thursday morn
~at Beth lehem Baptist church.
irteen members were added (
;he church, and uhe reviyal,
hoped, was of lasting good. (
a meeting was conducted by
rs. C. R. Abercrombie. of
em, and 0. B. O'Kelley, of I
kens county.-Keowee Cour
he five-room house belonging a.
Mr. J. L. Hendricks;, of this .g.
-, situated in the Mica section, g I
occupied by his son-In-law,
Holbert Jones and family, a
totally destroyed by fire on * ,
Sunday afternoon. It is J
posed to have caught from a A
e flue. Very little of the
sehold effects were saved as a
family were away when it
tht. Loss a b out $1,000.
Cross Roads News
t Wylie Hill has purchased al
e Miss Gertrude Freeman visite
I in Greenville last week.
Tillman Julian made a flyin
trip to Atlanta last week.
A'ery Cisson is the guest o:
Messrs. Edd and John Cisson.
Kay Williams spent Monda]
night with his friend, Ernes
Miss Jennie Mae Julian wa.
the guest of the Misses Loope
The young people enjoyed z
singing at Mrs. Corbin's Sunday
Compton Julian has set him.
self up to a new motorcycle. II
- is built for two.
Miss Lola Glazener was thE
guest of Misses Lillian and. Eva
Miss Gertrude Dunlap of West
minster is the guest 'of Miss
Nannie Mae Jones.
Miss Lillie Barnett of Green
ville is' the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Forest Freeman,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smiti and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
3. E. Looper and daughter.
Mrs. Sam Robinson spent last
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Roper, of Pipkens.
L. B. Freeman and Miss Beu
lah Cisson attended preaching at
Mt. Carmel one night last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Farmer
spent Sunday with their daugh
ter. Mrs. W.N.Jones, of Easley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hill of
Easley are the-guests of the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and.Mrs. J. B.
A crowd of young people went
fishing Saturday and caught a
lot of fish and enjoyed the day
Misses Margaret Jameson and
Mabel Henderson of Easley were
guests of Mrs. John Williams
one evening last week.
The Maynard school is pro
gressing nicely uxder the man
agementof Prof. R.M. Hodgens
and Miss Nettle Newton.,
Clive Bates of near Pickens is
staying with his sister. Mrs. R.
F. Looper, and attending the
singing school at Mt. Carmel.
James H. Julian, who has
been in the navy, has served his
time out and is now at the home
f his father, G. W. Julian.
Misses Lillian andEvaFarmer,
sadie. Cloyie, Ruby, and Ernest
Looper attended the singing
;chool at Mt. Carmel last Satur
Messrs. Will and Odus Wil
iams and Horace Farmer spent
everal days of last week in
forth Carolina, and report a
uice time. JACK AN JOE.
~Ieasant Grove News i
'Crops are coming to the front ~
a this part of the county.
"Just before the end of timee
tiere shall be wars and rumord
f wars." So the ,end must be
Willie D. Cox is confined to
is be d with typhoid fever and
There are quite a number of
w country visitors in the T
iountains at this writing (,'s
r's Head is running over.
Calvin Barker is confined to
is bed with a~ bad leg caused C
-omn a mosquito sting, from ~
hich hehassuffered very much. 01
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. V. .t
.Rigdon on Aug. 2nd, a fine H
Miss Mary Jane Cox has been
arv sick, but is improving at i
Miss Lillie Barker of Norris is ti(
>ending everal days with her *
ek fath 4r, Calvin Barker, and of
so her uncle, D, L. Barker. H<
A series of meetings corn- or
enced at this place last night coi
ug. 7. and we hope we will i
wve a good revival, as I feel "
e all need it.
Mayse Cleveland, Sr., and his Po
n, Mayse, Jr., of Marietta, th
are tierough this section to-day en
their big touring car. ab
We will have a rural mail for "P
is section commencing Sept. vm
for which we thank Hon. the
~yatt Aiken very much, but fie]
11 show him more of our ap- tio,
eciation on Aug. 25.a
Mr. Editor, can you tell me me
2y Scotch-Irish go, South do,
spend the summer anid come b*,r
ck to the mountains to spend '
a fall and winters? I thought for
ay were of arather hot nature. fiel
Well, Progressive, I want ma
are body to vote just like I do, ern
be for whom they please. -
WVith ggd wishes to the Edi
and his paper.
A FARMER. F
County Campaign Mveetigs of
Jentral. August 13. n
six Mile, August 14, "tn
lateechee, August 15. on j
tntioch, August 18.
'umpkintown, August 20.
)acusville, August 21. The
'ickens, August 22.
SOM~ETHING GOOD " m
TO'DRINK +. Ti
ennington-Hall Bakerized Steel- ?mon
Cut Coffee . ered
The Votan Mocha and Java .,ceas
he Votan Tea is the Best in the at Au
mellow, fine and satisfying L here
Coffee and Tea with a de- 4shod
lightful, lingei-ing after- sed
Folger, Thornley & Co. e 114
---- -+ ----+ + --+ + 15
Mrs. Laban Mauldin
On the 6th instant Mrs. Mari
Rogers; the beloved wife of Hon
Laban Mauldin died at theii
home on Main street in Easley
n the 71st year of her life. Mrs
Mauldin in her younger day
was a very active church work
r er. She joined the church al
Enon when she was young,
where she with her huand dic
much good work for the Mastei.
Mrs. Mauldin had not been ablE
for several years past to be very
active in her church, but till the
last she was bright and cheerful,
always ready to do what shE
could to help in the Master's
work. The funeral services were
held by Rev. E. V. Babb, assist.
ed by Rev. D. W. Hiott, on the
8th inst., and her body was laic
away in West Vis'w cemetery
amidst tears and flowers. T(
the bereaved husband and othei
relatives we extend our heart
felt sympathy. H.
Girls' Club at Reunion
The Girls' Homekeepers' club
and Garden club have completed
preparations for the canning
demonstration and agricultural
rally to be held atR eunion school
house on Friday, the 14th inst.
A number of good speakers
have been secured and nothing
has been left undone to make a
pleasant and profitable day for
each and all.
The canning demonstration
will be held in the morning, be
ginning at 10 o'clock. The afe
ternoon will be taken up by the
speakers. Refreshments for sale.
Don't fail to come prepared to
spend the. day.
Popular Milliners Will Be Here
It will be good news.to the
ladies of Pickens and Pickens
county to learn that Miss Josie
Chastain and Miss Margaret
Booker will conduct a millinery
establishment in Pickens this
fall. These ladies need no in
troduction to the millinery buy
ers of this~ community, Miss
Chastain being a native of-this
county -and: having friends in
eyery-section of the county, and
Kiss Books ibeing yery pleas
antly remembered as being one
Af the most artistic milliners
who ever had charge of a miMn
)ry shop in Pickens. They will
2ave. their parlors in the store
)f Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co.
Frank McHugh of Greenville
s visiting Harry Robinson.
Liberty Singing Convention
The Liberty Townsifip Sing
ng convention will meet with
i'lat Rock church the third Sun
lay in August, 1914. Every
iody invited 1. come and bring
ongbooks. and well-nilled bas
:ets. All leaders invited from
,11 over the county. Come,let's
ave a good and glorious time,
verybody Don't forget the
ay. 0. E. ROGERS,
Secy. and Treas.
the Free and Unvarnished Demo
cratic voters of Pickens County, I
desire to impart the following infor
Two months ag I had no idea of be
ming a .candidate for any office in
is year's campaign. Early in June,
conversation with a reliable fermer
our county, the suggestion was made
at I enter the-race for the House of
spresentatives in the 1914 campaign.
wing never sought political prefer
mt by the ballots of my friends and
ighbors, the suggestion at that time
I not appeal very strongly to me; but
others in whom I have confidence
ded their request to the first sugges
n, I took the question under careg-~
isideration, and~ today, reader, my
niouncement for the important office
a membership in the South Carolina
iuse of Representatives appears.
[n enteigthis race I ask of no man
men inTbng but a fair and careful
usideraton of the .questions that I
all bring before them, and I specially
c that no one of my supporters be.
ne coercive or antagonistic in their
itude toward the friends and sup
ters of my compeers who shall be in
s race with me.
t pleases me to believe that our pres
officials have to the best of their
lity and knowledge reflected the
rit of the great majority in their ad
iistration of the law. I am con
ced that the producing classes and
ir friends and co-workers, in all
ds of endeavor, in this coming elec
2 will do the things that are right
I just, as we are all citizens of this
at Commonwealth, and no snan or
n, in the great majority, desires to
wilfully, anything tat would weaken
destroy the imperial power of our
hanking in advance my opponents
the opposition that will broaden the
I of vision and my supporters for
power which they will confer, I re
n your fellow citizen for good gov
mnent, W. L. PICKENS.
r House of Representatives
cting under the request of a number
my friends I hereby announce myself
candidate for the House of Repre
atives from Pickens county, subject
bie rules of the Democratic primary --
tugust 25, 1914. W. L. PICKENS.
State of South-Carolina,
County of Pickens. W
. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:s
hereas, Mrs. HL. G. Lumkin made and
to me to grant her letters of ad- prie
stration of the estate and effects of tem:
I. Lumkin. Cl
ese are therefore to cite and ad-$1
ish all and singular the kindred and !$0
itors of the sad&R B. Lumikin, de-,W
ed, that they bedand appear before|M
in the Court of lrbate, to be held.
'ickens, S. C. ',in the 27th. day
nst, 1914, ne~ after -NT
f, at 10 o'clock in th-. a
. ause, if any the'
Miministrat on s1.' Electrie Sign -
ren under ' a Street, near Main
th day of
BA R A IN.
We are still closing out our Dry
Goods, Shoes, Notions, Clothing, *
+ Millinery, etc., and ve are off
ing some special values in Ladi
Queen Quality Oxfords and Men's
Crossett Oxfords. Almost an
shape or leather to. select fron
SWe are giving a substant
on these well known makes o
We are closing out this d
ment and you can buy a. nice.-',
for less than one-half the regular
It will pay you to yisit theBig
Store before you make your Sprin
Pickens, - . So Car.
Sow More (ri
,If every farmer will sow five acres of eats to the plow,
and three acres of wheat to the plow, on ground tijat is
well prepared and well fertilized, he will make~ enough2
wheat and oats to do him.
The corn crop is likely to be short in this section, 's
-the seasons have not been favorable for making cor.,
If the war in Europe continues for a Iong time, heire will
be a tremendous amount of corn and wheat and oats ex
ported to Europe, and this will make corn, wheat and
September is a good ti~ne to sow oats, Prepare the
ground carefully and thoroughly' before you get to pick
mng cotton and fertilize it with about 300 pounds to the
acre of say, 10-1-3 or 10-1-4, your oats will get well root
ed before -the cold weather comes on and it sown in the
drill it is about as sure a crop as you can plant. These
oats will come in early next spring and-w~iill heip out a
short corn crop.
Now and then you hear of a farmer sowing- oats in
August, and we believe the August sowing always makes
a good crop.
September is a capital time to sow oats and we believe2
it will pay you mighty well to sow some this fall.
It always pays to prepare your land well, and to fer
tilize it well.
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.
Anderson, S. C.
See W. B. FREEMAN, Agent,
Pickens, S. C.
less than $2 to $3. All sizes. Your
choice, 98c. Fruit jars, rubber caps,
8y ar-old ypl~inea for pickling.'
~e our Bargain Counter of 5c, 10e. - Our Big Bargain Counter of 5c, 10ec
15e bargains in Dress Goods. Our [and 15e goods is- a rare and: captivating '
is are so small that they would collection of splendid qualities and bar-.
pt a miser, Folger, Thornley & Co. gain prices. Fgeornley & Co.
ioice of 250 farms, 50-to 500 acres. Th- -sasf osfis n o
to $50 pracre. ,Come and see.Tu sasf oseis n oe
efor - r,.:.A. L. Bprnside- saving house afterwards.' Quality is -
or" --1 never sacrificed here for the sake of ' :~
O~ .~making little prices. Our Bargain ---
get money is to save it, Counter is complete now. Folger,
save it is to come in and Thornley & Co.
ts from our Big Bargain Cr fT~ns.
oney talks and it usually Cr fTak
." At this counter a dime
-tos ase ly. as adoiar. Mr. Editor: Pleaseallow us space in
rnley &T . your valuable per to thank the good4
wYork manufacturer want- peopl o f tasisud c om
-out 300 adies'housedresses- a M rhos eing burned. Ma .G4 -