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Ponoee as Secnd QIs
el is not responsible
e views of its corres
Progress is stilL pro- 1
g in the European war. I
ar news headline: "Shells i
through Baptist church." I
Anyway, nobody pestered us
last week by asking us "Is it
hot enough for you?"
If that Detroit story be true,
he should be named Chump in
stead of Champ. 1
Dan Cupid continues to do
business at the same old stand,
hard times notwithstanding.
The German fleet seems to be
almost as good at raiding as the
revenue officers who visit these
-No, reader, there's no scarcity
-of ivory -at present. There wash
-plenty of it in Washington last
We don't like to be inquisitive,
but we would like to know who
is the sob editor of the Green
Doc Evans, the State's physi
cian, advises one of his patients
eat prunes. Bet it wasn't
The low price of cotton iszend
ing many a tenant farmer and
his family to the cotton factory'
If the Kaiser keeps on 1>91.1Ig
sick Germany will b.-dubbed
tman . p in
S.The only address on a letter
which we received the other day
was "The Pickens -SentineI
Isn't it about time for some of
our rural letter carries to bring
in some mistletoe? It is said
there is plenty of it on some of
Santa Claus has aone all his
> shopping and will be here on
schedule time tomorrow morn
me. .Let us hope he will over
Slook no one.
In referring to good Brother
SHearst as "a man of iron,"
Professor Stein seems to have
picked the wrong metal.-The
State. Whatchai mean? Brass?
The State wanta to know why
South Carolina can't prosper by
raising pigs. We believe it's
because. the hogs would get
more than their share, just ,)ike
Sthey've been doing.
We are glad the government
Sdid not giye the names of those
millionaire income tax payers,
as we are not used to having
Sour wealth advertised in such an
"The people are tired of me,"
writes Colonel Roosevelt. .It
takes a long time for some peo
pie to tumble to themselves, but
we alwa'ys felt sure that the
Colonel would in the kong run.
From the weird description
Col. Roosevelt gives of the fishes
and insects he found in and
around his River of Doubt leads
us to think it was the river Styx
K he found instead of River of
:There will be some squirming
In congress when the nation
w i de prohibition amendment
*omes up for debate and a vote.
But the members will have to
tke their medicine-there's no
ay of escape.
The~ University of South Caro
football team has dropped
teams of the University of
Carolina and Georgia
from its schedule for next
.Did the postum ad man
is a millinery establish
Greenville so well ad
that they merely have
ntheir envelopes, "If
rdreturn to the store
ousands buy their
nville, S. C.
Carranza seems to
old build cyclone
to escape Mexi
t Uncle Sam will
he has another
devery one of
5 be the best
had and the
- York di
B. A. Morgan for Congress
The entry of the Honorable B. A
[organ, of Greenville, as a candidatA
or congress from the Fourth Soutt
arolina district is an encouraging sgi
f the revival of pioper interest in th
olitical affairs of our country, becaus(
men of his character and attainment,
tave been slow to yield to the popula1
Able men have found, and yet find
ore of personal compensation in thi
eaceful pursuits of private life, and art
>ath to make the sacrifice which in
olves time and large expense, as wel
s severe drains on the health and com
rt of the individual candidate.
It is, therefore, a matter upon whicl
he Fourth South Carolina district ma:
)e con tulated that Mr. Morgan ha!
ecid to respond to the call which ha.
oeen voiced from every section of hi.
arge and-influential district and to offe
is services in the national congress h
ehalf of the people of his state, an<
nore especially as the direct represen
ative of the most important district -ii
Mr. Morgan is a man of broad min<
and unyielding integrity.
His experience as the representativ4
of Greenville county in the South Caro
na house of representatives demon
trated his capacity for leadership, fo:
here he was the recognized leader o:
he house, where his vitality of thought
is forces of personality-and recognzei
onesty of purpose and his ability as i
ebater naturally made him the fore
ost spokesman m every cause he es
oused. And he always fought man
ly and eloquently for the things h
onceived to be right and for the bes
nterests of the people; he was alway
n the side of right, and never suffere
ere expedient to influence him in leg
slation calculated to affect the who
The people of Pickens county ar
specially interested in Mr. Morgan'
innonneement. He was born and reare
a Pickens county, at Dacusville. Hi
rather was one of the staunch citizen
f the county, whose services in th4
eorganization of the county in its re
ormation, after the memorable yea:
76, are well remembered by the olde:
B. A. Morgan (Tobe, as he is her
amiliarly known) attended school nea:
is home till nearly grown, when th4
ommunity was fortunate enough t
ave a school; and then he entered th
edmont Institnte at Pickens, conduct
d by the late Prof. Win. M. McCaslai
nd the late Dr. John R. Riley. Aftei
is completion of the courses at tha1
nstitution he commenced the study o:
aw under the late firm of Wells anc
r at Greenville, and in 1 .8
mitted to the practice. as enJoy
nd still eo ful law pr
SanMe and in Pickens-coun
n by his proper conduct, has wont
esteem of his brother practitioners a
The Sentinel joins his friends throug
out the Fourth district and the state
wishing for him an overwhelming el(
tion, which would mean that the Four
district would be represented by t
eqalof any man on the floor of tb
large and able legislative body.
We don't suppose for a m
ment that the vast crowd
men who are to take the part
Santa ClausChristmas e's
would be guilty of wearing an
thing else but cotton whisker
thereby helping the "mov
America will doubtless see a
unusually large number <
American tourists next seasol
-Anderson Mail. From repor
from all over the~ United Stat<
of jobless men it would seei
that we have an army of touris
on hand right now.
A few months ago all of ti
daily papers had column afti
columu of want ads. for worke
in all lines of endeavor; but t<
day the reverse is the orde
And yet some people say ti
European war has had nothirn
to do with the stringent time
There was a report in circult
tion in Greenville one day la:
week that Great Britain ha
taken the Panama canal froi
the United States, but of cour:
it was a mistake. England he
her hands full in taking care <
what she already has withoi
taking on anythineg else.
We knew someone wou.
print it! But we did not dreal
Brother Smoak, of the Ande
son Intelligencer, would be ti
guilty one. He's gone and pt
before his long suffering readel
of the story Charles A. Darn
lamented editor of the Ne
York Sun, was supposed to has
written about Santa Claus!
Pickens county again has for
newspapers, the .Gazette,
Liberty, and Pickens Count
Messenger, at Central,'being tt
latest entrants in the field.
year or so azo there were for
papers in this county, but durin
the greater part of this .yet
there have been oniy two. An'
ne with nerve enough to launc
a new paper around here at th
time deserves to succeed.
The people of Easley an
Pickens should see if they car
ot persuade the telephone cor
pany to have another wire pt
up between the two towrn
The present line is not only use
by the people of these two town!
but is also used for communics
tion between Pickens and Lii
erty, and is in practically cor
tinous use during the day. Iti
safe to say that nine times ou
of every ten times a subscribe
in Pickens asks for the Easle
line he is told that the "'line
The South Carolina genera
assembly will convene in regt
lar session at Columbia on Tues
ay, January, 12, 1915. Th
inauguration of R. I. Mannin
s governor and A. J. Bethe
s lieutenant governor will tak
lac on January 19. Ref orrl
)f the tax assessment policy
ompusory education, markel
ing facilities for farmers are i
ortant questions'to be settle
>y the incoming general as
e m bl1 y. The prohibitionist
will make a fight for referenduE
rote on the question of state
vide prohibition. They wan
~he election to be held som
ine nme: &efmber.
tHE PICKENS SENTINEL,
THE MAN WHO KNEW
SANTA CLAUS BEST *
Twas the night before Christmas when a through
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be that. /
The children were nestled al saq i ~
While visions of Wg .anced through their
i.iiama in her kerchief and I in my cap
Had just settled our brains for along winter's nap;
When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter
I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.
ty Away to the window I fled like afash,
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash
aThe moon on the breast of the new fallen snow
Gave the lustre of mid-day to objects below,
- When what to my wondering eyes should appear
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer,
t ~d ~ With a little old driver so lively and quick *
I knew in a moment it must be Saint Nick.
- 4 More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,
~ Andhbewhistled and shouted and called themY by~
4"Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now, Prancer! and
SOn, Comet! on, Cupid! on,Donder and Blitzenl t
STo the top of the porchl To the top of the walI
Now dash away! dash away! dash away, aUL"
As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly
When they meet with an obstacle mount to the sky,
So upto the housetop the coursers theyflew,
s - With the sleigh fullof toys and Saint Nicholas too.
And then in atwinlinglIheard on the roof
s The prancing and pawing of each little hoof
As I drew inmy head and was turning aroud,
be Down thechimneySt. Nicholas came witha bound.
3And hisdcothes werealltanishedwith ashes and
eA brdle of toys he had flung on his back,
g J~A Andhelookedlikeapeddler just openlinghispack; '~
~ His eyes-how they twinkded! His dimples, how
- ~~*His cheeks were like roses, is nose like achery!
t ~His droll little mouth was drawn up in abow,
SAnd the beard on his chin wasas white as te snow;,
(The stump of apipe heheld tight in his teeth,
SAnd the smoke it encircled hishead like awreath; 7
He had a broad face, and a little round belly
it That shook when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly.
) He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf, .
d ~NW And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself.
n V*P A wink of his eye and atwist of his head
He spoke not a word, butwent straight to his work
s a And6RledaR thestockings;then turned with ajerk,
-, 3 And laying hislinger aside of his nose
SAnd giving anod, up the chimney he rose.LiAi
He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
~~~MI But I heard him exclaim erehe drove out of sight, y,~
~ *~ "Mery Christmatoall, and to allagood night." ~t
"Bl"BwnyBl"ws oetad sfli
prvteadpulc iean o
Wiha Bown, oloedan ody So when he felsc 4i
ol citizen ofPcesde t i ht fred w segrt
home lDec B2, we14 Hiswiflar ofahs hoelth and usefulid
al ofhscidepadmn ffriat andfortlis life and o
his relatives and friends were at folk. From the arduous and ex
his bedside to administer to his actinig duties of his office Hon
wants and witness the end of Thomas J. Mauldin and his lov
their loved one. ing wife camne to visit "Bill" ir
" Bill," as he was called, was his sick chamber; also Messrs
a keen sufferer for a number of B. C. Robinson, Calvin Jenning:
months. His sickness grew more and a host of others. These vis
acute and at last confined hirn ons were greatly prized an<
to his bed. He was ved by the deceased.
cheerful and conu lill" was buried
last. His death we ers' Aid Society.
and when it cameyadie hmr
him out of his suy adie himasac, r
blow did not fall as h socet he wasa
his kindred as if otL r- RIN
"Bill" acted wisely 'Ire in general so tricky
HeaccumulatedAlittle 'us and so cruel, thal
farmed and lives upoA find one who is only
ta..h s ch, an;. w- na hasony.-Voltaire
PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Summons for Relief
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
W. T. Naly. as administrator of the
estate of M. Olar Barr, deceased, and
in h own right, and Zudsatrr, as
administratrix of the estate of M.
Olar Barr, deceased, and in her own
right, plaintiffs, against
W: A. Barr, Geo. S. Barr, Martin Barr,
H. P. Barr, Veruessa Nally, Adger
Nally, Wylie Miller and Alfa Miller,
To the defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action, of which a
copy is herewith served upon you, and
to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscriber -at his.
office in Greenville, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of .the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs in this action will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in the
complaint. J. ROBT. MARTIN,
To the non-resident defendants, ylie
Miller and Alfa Miller:
You will please take notice that the
summons and complaint in the above
entitled action was this day filed in the
office of the Judge of Probate for Pick
ens county, at Pickens, S. C., from
whom you may obtain -a copy upon ap
plication; and that the purpose of this
action is to sell the real estate of which
M. Olar-Barr died seized and possessed
in Pickens county. in aid of assets and
for the partition of funds remaining. If
you fail to answer the complaint herein
within twenty days after the last pub
lication, we will apply to the court for
the relief demanded against you.
J. ROBT. MARTIN,
Dated Nov. 12, 1914.
To Alfa Miller, infant defendant under
fourteen years of age, and to Wylie
Miller, her father, and to Gracie
Miller, her stepmother, with whom
said defendant resides:
You are hereby notified to apply fpr
the appointment of a guardian ad-litemr
to represent said infantdefamdntamder
fourteen- yp fagle-ithin twentv
days after t .+ - .ummon
.uu, ana Tr you fail, applicatio
will be made by the planitiff herein fo
such application. J. ROBT. MARTIN,
33 Plaintiffs' Attorney
The time for taking tax returns fo:
fiscal year 1915 will open on January 1
1915, and close February 21, 1915.
will extend the time to the first o:
March, after which time 50 per cen
penalty will be added, as the law pro
vides. The Auditor will be at the fol
lowing places for the purpose of takinj
Calhoun, Monday, Jan. 11, 1915, af
Central, Tuesday and Wednesday
Jan. 12 and 13, to 3 o'clock Wednesday
Issaqueena Cotton Mill, Jan. 13, fron
3 to 5 o'clock.
Cateechee, Thursday, Jan. 14, fore
Norris, Thursday, Jan. 14, afternoon
Liberty, Friday and Saturday, Jan
S15 and 16, till noon Saturday.
Liberty Cotton Mill, Friday night
Jan. 15, 7to 9 p. m..
. Mapleeroft Cotton Mill, Saturdal
Imorning' Jan.'16, 7 to 9 o'clock.
-Easley, Monday and Tuesday, Jan 11
and 19, to 4 o'clock Tuesday.
Alice Cotton Mill, Tuesday, Jan. 19
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Easley Cotton Mill, Wednesday, Jan
Glenwood Cotton Mill, Wednesday
IJan. 20, afternoon.
M. W. Hester's store, Thursday,Jan
Looper's Gin, Thursday, Jan. 21
Dacusville, Friday, Jan. 22, forenoon
Olga Schoolhouse, Friday, Jan. 22
Pumpkintown, Saturday, Jan. 23,
Holly Springs, Saturday, Jan. 23, af
Eastatoa, Tuesday, Jan.26,afternoon
Mile Creek, Wednesday, Jan. 27
Gap Hill, Wednesday, Jan. 27, after
Six Mile, Thursday, Jan 28, forenoon.
Prater's, Thursday,Jan.28, afternoon.
(After which time I will be in my of
fice at Pickens. Respectfully,
N. A. CHRISTOPHER,
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Fannie S. Charles, Plaintiff,
Elise B.Foster et al., Defendants.
In prsuance of a decretal order
mdinthe above stated case by his
2Honor, Judge S. W. G. Shipp, at cham
bers, dated November 14, 1914, I will
sell to the highest bidder on sales
>day in Jianuary, 1915, during the
;legal hours for sale at Pickens Court
:house, South Carolina, the following
tract of land, to-wit: All thai
*piece, parcel or lot of land in Pickens
SCounty, State of South Carolina, on
SSouth Saluda River, containing twc
Shundred thirty-four acres, more or
less, and described as follows: Be
ginning at a stake in the road and
running thence N 50 W 100 chaIn
to a white oak stump, thence S 54
W 11.00 chains to a corner, thence
N 61 2-3 W 61.25 chains to a'pine,
thence N 67 E 14.50 chains to a
red oak, thence N 41 E 19.00 chains
to a rock, thence N 4 WV 6.50 chains
to a red oak, thence N 29 W 7.72
Schains to a white oak xom, thence
S 67 E 3.75 chains to a corner, thence
SN 89 E 2.00 chains to a post oak,
Ithence S 67 E 3.10 chains to a Span
ish oak, thence S 36 1-2 E 5.00 chains
Sto a pine, thence S 58 1-2 E....
ichains to a rock, thence S G2 E 2.25
chains to a sycamore on the taink
of the branch, thence with the mean
Iders of said branch to Its mouth,
where it joins South Saluda River;
thence down the meanders of said
river to the mouth of a ditch, thence
Swith the line of the ditch In a south
erly direction to a poplar; thence S
22 1-2 E 8.50 chains to a rock;
thence S 6 W 2.25 chains to a large
poplar xnm; thence S 55 E 3.50
chains to a poplar; thence N 28 E
5.90 chains to a red oak; thence N
68 1-4 E 5.00 chains to a Spanish
oak; thence N 79 1-2 E 8.30 chains
1 to a spring; thence S 5 E 2.30 chains
1 to a white oak; thence S 25 E 9.00
- chains to a red oak in the road;
thence with the line of the road in
a southwesterly direction 19.55
chains to the beginning corner, be
3 ing that part of the Alexander place
i set off to R. M. Foster by W. A.
Hester, D. S., September 5th, 1902,
and shown on the plat of that date.
*The balance of the Alexander place
-- being set off to C. L. Foster. Ref
1 erence is had to deed of Sarah E.
Alexander to C. L. Foster and R.
M. Foster, partners, as C. L. Foster
and Brother, dated Januar'y 28th,
-1889, and recorded in the office of
IRegister of Mesne Conveyance for
e'ikens County in book D, page 236.
Terms of sale: One-half cash on
.yof sale, the balance on a credit
welve months, the credit portion
to be secured by the bond of the
perchiasers and a mortgage of the
prmies sold and credit portion
bear in., interest from day of sale
at th rate of eight per cent per an
numi estvil paid, the purchaser or pur
'chase-s to pay for all papers and re
cording of the same.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
Are offering for
stock of Dry Gooi
Cloaks and heavy
A cold winter is pret
ing weather we will have
We are well supplied
wish to call your special -
and boys, and our big sto
There is not much us
knows that we carry the
The Godman Shoe fo
Co's. and Walk-Over Sho
See us for anything;
right, as well as quality.
+ Sole Agents for Walk Ovt
4 Machines, Iron King Stoves
New Game Law
A new game law that should:!
be passed by all the states would
contain the following:
"Book agents may be shot be
tween October 1 and September
1; spring poets from March 1 to
June 1; automobile speed fiends
from January 1 to January 1;
road hogs from April 15 to April
15; amateur hunters from Sep
tember 1 to February 1; war
talkers, no closed season; any
man who accepts a paper for
two years and then, when the
hill is presented, says 'I never
ordered it,' may be killed on
sight and shall be buried face
downward in quicklime so as to
destroy the germs and prevent
the spread of the infection."
To sell (or trade) by Xmas, my farm
of 160 acres, which is located in one of
the prettiest valleys in Northwest Geor
gia, 2 miles of railroad,?7 miles of court
house, city of 7,000 population, in sight
of school, convenient to churches, with
a main public road through farm, fine
neigborhood. This farm is mostly level,
balance lies well, is in a grain section.
(Mr. Baer, who lives in sight, a mile
distant up the valley, made this year
425 bushels of wheat on ten acres), yet
will and does make cotton with the best
land in Georgia. Fair house,large barn,
R. F. D. This farm is well worth my
price of $7,500, but I need $2,500 the
worst way. If interested and can con
trol that amount of ready cash, come
and give the place a look. I will make
the balance in one note due ten years
off, which will give the purchaser am
ple time to make the place pay for
itself, interest and all. This is your
opportunity to own a good farm that is
a desirable home, and can be bought for
much less than its value today. Write
or wire me whenB al~ec oun.
P.S.-If you have a property of about
$2,500 value, and it is worth your price,
I will take same as cash payment on
the above farm, and give you ten years
to pay balance. T. M. B.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens..
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, William C. Cannon made
suit to me to grant him letters of ad
ministration of the estate and effects of
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Jackson Cannon,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 24th day
of December, 1914, next after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this
7th day of December, Anno Domini,
914. J.* B. NEWBERY, J. P. P. C.
ROSARY HIL HOE
Tels How Vinol Restores
Strength and Vitality to the
Weak,- Worn-Out Ones in
Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y.
-"I have been at work among the sick
and poor for nearly eighteen years, and
whenever I have use Vinol for run
down, weak or emaciated patients, they
have been visibly benefited by it One
patient, a young woman, was so weak
and ill she could hardly creep to my door
for aid, and was leaning on a friend'
arm. I supplied Vinol to heriby
and in a month when to
thank me I had er. She
was strong, her color ing and her
cheeks rounded out. ese words are
uttered from my h in order that
more peple may kn about Vnol, as
the world than to re ye the sick."
Mother M. ALPHONSA THOP,0.S.D.,
Such disinteres - reliable testi
moy shoul cn . eryone of the
and iron tonic to .d cruhat nd
strength for 811 W ene d neou
conditions, whee ad rvouser
w iol so coughs and colds.
money. t we return your
December a large and' emplte
is, Clothing, Overcoats, Coat Suits,
Shoes, at pricess lower than they
ave been for years.
licted, and now is the time to prepare for the freez
in December, January and February.
with a complete line in every department, and we
ittention to our extensive line of Clothing formen
ck of cloaks and coat suits for ladies and children.
e mentioning our shoe department, for every one
best lines in the country.
, women and children and the Endicott, Johnson
2 for men and boys are among the strong lines we
rou need, and you may rest assured-that prices are
s, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty -
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
Chase City and Babcock Buggles. Mitchell Wagons and
Ask Santa Caus For a.Bank Book
showing your first deposit
at the Keowee Bank. It is
one of the finest presents
- you could receive. It means
the safety of your money,
the better standing among
your business associates, $ .
N the easier, safer and cheap
BOK er way of -transmitting
money and the prevention
of disputes which checks
*THE KEOWEE BANK
Pickens, S. C.
12 DAYS 12 DAYS
HOLIDAY BARGAIN SALE!
Realizing that the people have a limited amount of cash to
spend this fal,-"The cotton growers espedaly,"-We are
going to share losses with them, by cutting the 'profit out of
We are overstocked on Eurniture, and; need the cash to
pay our bills. For the next eleven selling days, beginning
Friday, December 11ith, and- closing Thursday, December
24th, we will offer three-piece Bed Room Suites, at such aston
shing cut-rate prices, that you91 think we have declared: War
>n our stock.
$3.00 Wool Blankets for M-9 while they last. Come
early. Odd Beds, Dressers asid Wash Stands at such re
luced prices as you have nevet seen before. Don't fail to
Rugs and Art Squares, QThina and Japan Matting and
Crex Art Squares anid Rugs; .$5.oo goods for $2.95. $3.50
ad $4.00 kind for $2-45. BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BAR-+
SAINS. We can't mention thiem all.
Sale begins Friday, the i zth, at 9 o'clock a. mn,
E. L. &G.hBHAMILTON
R. MI. 13 AK E R
General Merchandise, Norris, S. C.
I wish to inform the buying public that I
Skeep oni hand at all times one of the best lines of
~General Merchandise to be found in this section.
I handle good goods and sell them as cheap as
Sthey can'be bought anywhere.
A few of the lines T handle:
Dittman Shoes, made in St. Louis, for men wo
+men and children. They are as good as you can buy
anywhere for the money. Stetson and other makes
+of Hats. Calicoes, Outings, Ginghams, Percales, Ser
ges, Bleachings, Underwear for men, women and
children. Men's ready made Shirts and Pants.
Tailor made clothing as good as can be had anywhere.
We take your measure and guarantee fit.
I handle a full line of Groceries., Sugar, Meat,
- Coffees, Canned Goods, Tobaccos,:etc. Il haadle
Capito a, a good patent flout, and Dixie brand, one
of the best selfrising flours.
I also sell meal and hulls and buy cotton and
+cotton seed, and pay highest market price for same.
You will find a gasohine filling station at my store
.with plenty of Gasoline at r 8c per gallon.
* Give me a call and I will treat you fright. A
*square deal to all is my motto.
R. M. BAKER, - 'Norris
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I handle caskets, coffirs robes