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An Egg Hunt
The ladies of the Methodist chrlrch
will give an Later eg h u at Satur
day afterntoon, i: ster F:ve at -4 o'clock
on the lawn at Judg l'ope's r,t iee.
All the childr"en of the Ci-y will b- ex
peted. 'Tickets 5 entlrs
I,riaeiat.:K a' amy rin.
Wet. b,are b"en rcgluet:Ad to'-tah." t!hat
there wil e pt'e I ch inr at Simyra
church 0n 1n'xt SundaI -ri nin ai t I1
o'cltrc. and that on the Iirst Satd t
in) -% ril there %Viii bI a con luuIII I,
service folltw ing th,e n s ttun t,f tt.:t
Ilh" i.utti-ran b;.astrt I' KK 11 uut
The ladies of the Luitheran ( hureb
will give an Easter egg hunt this yeal'
as usual. The (hil-ren will meet at
the chUtrei on M tnday av iernoon. after
E Sttr'. at I o'clock. The ,'.rr will t.,
hidi n near the etl'rn. All the thil.
dren of the city are invih td. Ticket; 5
A W nd.r.rfui sne,.,,
Re,ad what N iitnangil has to say in
this i,sue lie has been busy for the
past few weeks opening uip spring geeods
and he wants the public to inspect tlei.
lie has bargains without end in dry goods.
dress goods, trimmiings, silks, ilillinery
embroideries. etc.. etc. Keep an eve on
Mitnnaughi. Call to -ee himl). To give
an idea he quotes a few prices in this
Mr.; Baxter Ro-el.'e'd.
The county board of control held a
meeting yesterday morning for the pur
pose of electing a beer dipenser for an
othei year. Mr. Baxter, who has been
running the beer dispensary for several
years, was re-elected. Mr. Baxter has
made a good manager of the beer dispen
sary-keeping an orderly place of busi
ness, and his 3election could not be in
Looking for thta Itodhtr.
Sunday several hundred people were
on the banks of Saluda river near Mc.
Nary's ferry, looking for the bodies of
the negroes that were drowned there
last Wednesday. Neither of the t-odies
has yet been recovere-d. Several
dynamites were exploded, but the
bodies did not come up. Searching
parties are still looking for them.
Deputy Sheriff Johnr,on Hurt.
Deputy Sheriff Johnson came into
town Monday morning considerably
bunged up. He had gone up to spend
Sunday with his father, and Sunday
night while returning from a visit
across Indian creek, near the Henson
place, his horse shied and threw him.
his face was badly skinned alid bruised
and pained him considerably. We are
glad that he escaped with no bones
The members of the County [Demo
cratic Executive Committee of New
herry County will please meet in the
Court H[ouse at Newberry on Saturday,
the 5th (lay of April, 1902, at 11 o'clock
a. mn., for the purlpose of electing a
chairman, calling for a reorganization
of the County Democracy and such
other business as may come up for con
.sideration. C'OLi.:. rL. B3.EAsK.,
Member State 10xecutive Coimmeit.tee.
Newberry, S. C.
The Uiothluig e mipartum.
Jamneison has the most complete line of
clothing on his counters for the spring
trade ever brouight South. He made tihe
personal selection and his life time ex
perience hias fittedl him to :niake a selec
tiqn that would please those whom lie
haes the privilege to serve, Ile has an
established reputation in business and it
has long been known that what Jamlie
son says concerning a puirchase from his
store can be relied on to b)e found true.
Exatnine his stock; take inito considera
tioin quality, price, etc., and see if it cain
be beaten. Tamieson studies to please
and If nice goods and low prices will (10
.it, Jamieson is the nian you want to see.
Surgeon's Knife NOt, Needed.
'Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. Do Wit,t's Witch Hazel
Salve cur'es such cases at once, remov
ing the necessity for 4langerous, pain
ful and expensive operations. F?or
scalds, outs, burns, wounds, bruises,
sores and skin diseases It ia unequalled
Beware of couinterfeits. W. F. Pelhamn
Mr. J, N Ueeder Rleceive High (Comph..
Mr J. N. Reeder, who was agent for
the Southern Railroad for three years at
Old Town, S. C., giving good service to
the company, and( was pronioted as cash
ier in Southern dlepot at Union, S. C.,
for two years, was elected bookkeep~er
and assistant cashier (in a new bank of
Union, S. C.) over twenty othe*gpplica
This was (lone without Mr. Reeder
kiiowing anything whatever about the
matter. Mr. Reeder deserves mutchi
credit. However lie didn't accept the
position as offered and is in the general
office of the Union & Buffalo Cotton
Mills, Union, S. C
No doubt Jack will give satisfaction
wherever lie goes.***
One Minute Laoe.
It makes no difference whether you
wore one minute or one hour late, If
you missed the train. Retter get t,here
on time. Colds lead to coughs, coughs
to pneumonia a'nd consumption; there'
forn, it Is all important, to cheek a oid
before it roaches the Itings. Perry
Davi8' Painkiller will positively break
a cold inside of twenty-four hours.
There Is bnt one Painkiller, Perry
VAtou'i -_N[ ALL AlOtr.
''he fruit tree; will soon be in fu:
The time for payiu,-g taxes w:2 e .
pire next Monday.
A delightul G;ermnta wa .
the irmory last h'rid - tlig t:.
'hr Ia h iiler'r are being r c
position at ti' new ('ott>n ml12.
lIe.id the pr"ice hooted n W ,
ad. I'hc:+ are worti :ookiug 21'.
T l .ord's S:liper wiil i'e a :
te'red at the i.utheran ('.unr ..
lidc i " ortis
Thie town.ship bo:rd, eo~ e-u
rIti<.kI ti:e as-.' s-ci'nr. en tlany jI,t,,t
;it1l ro.c i:eK tire tie order of the
Nulltiay wac a t cauituu itay a : ..
i t t "t.e turce-r - w iere :-er.ee w. e
he;d. there were larg. engregat
(''hpe:aud Blros. announcte thi, w r;
their Spring display. They ;.a.ve a
')!,t 1'1 n I ac!tln_lt from' *'! ar .o ..
i1;. ('al to -e themI.
II)r1' wee"tK i> beinig observ,d at :t.e
l,utheratn ('tCureu of the lIedee:uer
tIii. wee . Serv'ces every evenli a:
o "it)cek ;e. The puble is invited.
lirv. Ur. .\rn,tr'on, reeeived a
uneinas;e Sainday irning anno.teini"
thedtath of an ucicle of his in )m.Jo.
ie ha)s the sync. a'hy of all goo't p o
ple in his troublrs.
('harlie i3eceher. has seenrd tihe
-erviees 'f a tir"st-e:ass barber to a-sist
him iu his tonsorial parlor under the
('rotwell h;ot ei. lie has a nice. neat
pIlace, and want' to do your we, .
.lr. \'. 11. Harris has completed the
alarm e!oek attachuenlt to openI the
door for the Eiitor of The State to let
his cook in every mornin_". It is a
coinplete trick and works like a charm.
Sht'ritif ltuford and lawyer U H.
Weleh returned Friday night from a
few da, s visit to North Carolina. They
were looking up the witne:ses in the
case of Capt. D. A. )ickert vs. S. A.
L. lailway ( o. 'TIhe ease will likely
he tried here at the next court.
Sherift Buford had a hound puppy to
go mad Saturday. The pupPy bit his
bird dog and he had to have it killed
Monday morning. The puppy was in
the house when discovered to be act
ing in a strange manner, and the
Sheriff's children had a narrow escape.
There was some bad behavior in the
Lutheran Church Sunday night. If
persons go to chureb only to make
personal r'enmrks about ladies as they
enter, wouldn't it be better if they re
mained away ? Til oung men who
were guilty of it, are in position to
Miss Gordon Veeks left yesterday to
visit in Sumter.
Mrs. C. L. Blease spent Sunday and
Monday In Union.
Mr. J. W. Melton has returned from
A tlanta for his family.
1)r. D. H. Wheeler went to lender
sonville. N. C., Saturday.
NIle. D. P'. l)avis. of Chester, is visit
ing relatives and friends In the cit.y.
Mrs Hasell G ibbes came upl Satur'day
fromi Columbia on a visit to Newber-ry.
Mirs. WN. A. Young left yesterday
wIt,h Master Hormton King, for Shelby
Messr-s. F. 11. Dominick and( C. L.
lIle'nse went to Green wood yesterday to
ar'gue a ease at, chamcber's.
MIr. Li gonc Dobbinis, wvho has ia si ttua
tIon in the railrioad shops ati Coumbiitia,
came up Sunday onc a shor't visit.
Mr c. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bishop, ol'
C'ol umbia, arrivedi in the city Saturday
on a visit to Mr'. Bishop's p)arenits.
Miss Mary Thompson of Newber-ry is
visiting her relatives, D)r. and Mrs. T.
TI. Moore, on Sumtor str'eet.-Thie
Miss Agi'es Seummer left, on Satur
dlay for At lain t, to at [end the marriage
oif a daughter of NIr. ) NI. D)ickert.,
formerly of th is count.y, wh ich wvill Oe
cur sometIme tichis week.
Miss Lelia 1'ulmer, of Columbiai,
airrived1 In the cit,y yesterday, having
accepted a pcosition with (eCopeianid
Bros., where she will be pleased to have
her friends call on her foi' anything in
'Thle Vico of Nagging
Clouds the happiness of the home
but, a nagging wvomanc often nee( d hep.
She may be so ner\;mH1 and ruin-dlOwn
in healthI that, trifles annioy her. If
she Is melancholy, excitable, tr-ouleld
with loss of aplpetite, heaidaece, sleep
ICeSsnes, const,ipation or- fainting and
dizzay spells, sihe needs Elec'rie Bitters,
t he most wonderful remedy for' ailing
women. Thousands of sulferers fr-om
female -troubles, nervous troubleos, back
ache and weak kidneys have tused It,
and 'become healf,by and happy. Try
It,. Only 50e. at all Druggist,s, guaran
Mecoind Q'iuerteriy Oonference.
The second qucarterly confcrencer for
Newborry ei-cult will he held at Now
Chapel C~hurch, March 20th and 30th
two services each day. Sabbath morn
ing at 10 o'clock will be given to anm Eis
ter progracm rendleredl by the children.
Also an address hy Rev. R., A. Child,
All a: .cmrdially invit,ed to at,tend.
2r, -D. P'. lloyd, P'astor.
Fdir thme oosu,pieston.
rTheq comnplexlin always suitors from
hiliousness or constipat,ion. [Unless t,he
bowels arc kept opent the imuriiitiet
from thce body appear in the form of
unsightly erup)tions. Do Witt's L,ittl(
10airly Rlise rs keep the lIver and bowehc
ini heal thy condiltlon and remove tih<
eaiuse of such t roules. (I 10 iHooper
Albany, Ga , saivs: "'I took D)e Witt'c
ILittle l'Carly Rilsera for biliousness
Trhey were juist what I needed. I an
,feeling better now than in years.'
Never gripe or diatress. Safe thoroucgl
and gentle. The very best pills5. W. 1'
Pelhnam Ar Ann.
Ti: t"r tr:ny-r,
And ut.iuu v i ,r y ! ..- tR i . 'Ary
rn e, Ieg ee. . ri ws.." ar de
M . L '" re
.in,1 .i u.s
h I r T uite ! tW- os
COtnpe, of the Reve Wn. h1. SeaBrook,
l'rof. . 11 I. h :stone atl Dr . W. -e . lxel.
It is safe to say that the entire audie aee
did not agree with the decision arrived att,
after a long consultTion, hv te com
There -ls not orator tren the -xcelsior
Soeiet\ onl account of the sickness of' Ar.
J. W. ilallentine, w ho was to have deliv
eredl an oratioi on "The Progress of a
Air II. A. Fulnter was the l'hrenakos
itan orator. i is subject was, "A Na
Last on the prograin ias 'Miss Margue
rite Cromter, representing the Philoula
thean Society. She read an essay, sub
ject, "The Prize the \'anquished Gain."
The essay was well writte;t, the thought
being clothed in choice and beautiful
Wontlit Su nasts thea I Lu1t,.
If iem, inbers of the "lltv l"ever .:sso
eiation" woult tlse 1)r. Kings Nt w 1)is
.iovey for ('on.tuIm ltion, the club would
go to pieces. for it always cures this
malady, -and Asthma, the kind that
batl'es the doctors-it wholly drives
front the systecm. Thutsands' of once
hopeless sutlirs from Consumption,
Pnenimonia, ;ronchitis owe their lives
and health to it It conquers (;rip,
saves little ones from Croup and
Whooping Coug:h and is positively gua
ranteed for all Throat and Lung tron
bles. 500, $1 00. Trial bottles free at
Delegate to State Sunday School (onivCn
''he following are the delegates froni
Newberry county to the State Sunday
School Cov'ention to be hel in Green
wood this wveek. They will leave today.
Revs. J. L. Williamson, W. I. IIerbert,
G. A. WVrighit, G. Ii. E?dwards, D)r. Geo.
11. Cromier, D)r. WV. IV. Pelhamin, Mrs. W.
IC. Pelhamt, Mrs. A. J. llowers, Mrs. J. 11.
WVest, Mrs M. A. Carlisle, Mrs. J. W.
WVhite, Miss Alice Hoernsby, 1V. Cavanaugh
D)r. IV. C. Jones, Wmi. P. 1IIouseal, I ,aw
soin Goggans, R. Y. Leav all, W. S. Mel
ton, Prof. Arthuir Kibler, Chesley h
Cannon, mandt probaly others from this
city; several froim the county.
lie Don, Not Muake It.
\ourP gr'oee' mayL~ tbe ptlefetly' cont
scientious in recommnend Ing anot.her
hlour to be "'just, as pure as 'Cl ift.on,'
but, he does not and canntot know lt, t.o
tbe so, because he has tnthingii t.o do
with its makinig. It behooves you,
t.herefore, to buy3 an ab)solutelohy guaran
t.eedh llour---one that the A it,i-A dilttera
tion I l'agnoe putls Its registered trade
maerk on -and such a llour pIs lirans.
ford's "'Otifton." It- is not only abso.
lutely purie, but, it is the best, winter
wheat. paten t Ilour' ini the market. Ask
youir grocer for it.
If y'ou want a cheaper hiotur buly our1
"'While I"awn" (half patentt) or* spot
less (Straight.) They are just as puire
though not, so white as 'Clifton.'
For sale b)y Palmet,to Gr cory' Co
andi 10. R. H ipp in Nowberry, and J1. I)
Stokes at WVhitm mIres.
C'ol. ,JInoP. F. 10hPo,n.
Col. H-obbs with Mrs. I lobba an<
their daughter, Miiss 10thol, will vlsi
Newberry dluring the mont.h of April
They expect, to sail from Now Yorl
about A pi)'l 12 or I16, and will roact
Newberry about A prlil 20.
Col. I lobbs will go directly on t
Dallas, Te'xas, 1.o attend the Interstat.
Cott,on Seed Orushter A ssociation
Convention which meets in that, cIt.
April 26. [Ic is a delegate fr'om t.h
State of New York.
Mrs. HIobbs and MIs 10 t,hel will r<
maIn in Nowborry on a visIt to roli
t,ives and friends until he ret,urnls.
We shall be glad lo see the Coloni
andi his family and feel siun they wI
be given a cordial welcomo In his ol
C~o,,al Not. IHr.' ahn,
tis. ot,ber I btroat andI hung t rouleis ai
quickly cur ed by On Minu mte( Coug
I utre. One Minute Cough Cure Is mi
a mere expjectorant, which gives on!
tornporary relief it sof tens and li
fles the mucous, driaws out the In 1lami
tioni and removes thle caiue of the dl
ease. A bsolutely safe. Acets at, one
"'One Minutite (Couugh Cure will do t
that Is claimed for It,'" says J1ust. se
the Peano, Jf. Q. IloodI, Crosshy, Mit
''My wife could not get~ her brteathi at
was relieved by the first doso. It hi
booen a benefit to all my family. WV.
Peolham & Son.
A- JJdLLLLLJ ""t ,.\ 11~ fl.J
cw'.U r-v --w hrry w.t: t uc
t om' ar" i urI' u" twn K :hly lt
l tt.4 t,tz :u tt ic' y
.4 t A WN, .
I .t' .2 4
he " - n .asan t fea ' f t u \ +
-t all.A~Ora wt
2t lie a t l:vin
":i till . . . t.adler, of 'ltitr,
tack ott i t. anl ivl tr ' baof - tn
tt' ottt'lal t'r o t e ga te w '.i
to in fa--or ot Neeh'ctrev.
Sat.rdtay m:orlnn; antt::er ;anit" was
1tyed andt N 'w be'. wott. Sci'C. to:2.
The n xt ::11td tt'hedled;"t ft'r
l'hur sday i af;ternton withl t-'urmnan t'o:
le .' l nine.
t.V tK K l'i t rI .: F R 1 1:
rte '"ltlge t'arty to 1.tav\e Ntxt tutsti
tt r tht' %tulitt'rn :any l'litte its VIit
Next 'Tuesday at 9 a. n.. tht' New
Ib'ertry t.'oilb'9go party will Il rave for the
t'lariestoin l':xit'Fition, on a -pteial
train oo' the Southern liaiihoad.
The l'ollt'gt' party will h aotiut tl
strong, and c'iti:ons from all parts ot'
thet coUt y wn!; accOmiIIpanyt tht'mt.
Mr. iBt ton, tit' Stih ern Agent, at
this p,lac' informs its that eve'ry detail
is being ar ran tted to tnake it' trip a
plea-aut, oin(ott a tilt, and quit'k one.
'Th' ,neotnnodtttations will ho atupi to
carry all who want to go
Nitr. 11utrton wou hi be Ileased for all
who want to go, outside of tht' college
and gradted school parties, to let hin
know at onttce so that he can take tihe
tecessatry arrangelentts to accommiuo
Tle idea is to carry as large a triowd'
from Newborry as possible with tit
College party. So see \1r ullrtotn at
on1C' aitt give t imin your namnto.
Sick healdathe, ntrvous head
ache, tired headadhe, uralgtit"
h eadatche fctrm x attnt i
fact, headact~hes of all kinds are
qutickly atnd surely cured t w ithi
Also all pains such as backatcht.
neurattlgia, sciati ca, rhteumatatic
pa~ints, nionthly pains, etc.
wigi1ht in pohl,"'says Nht. \\ . I \Nita,
mrer, of Arkatnsas City, I tn. he
cuiretd miy wtife of i .me hieadI.thli
wenti ntoting eIse ui:
paitt as ii bv mtagie. I ant ntever ithii
titt a supply,IV antl ithmnk evet ione
shtould keepi themi htandv. (I ne or twot
pills taken iin app'Ii 'ach of hieadachIe
wil iree t it eveiv~ tme."
AI's teltw JoniNSt N, Cicaiigo, Ill.
T1hrouagh their use t houtstandis of
tend( social aind reliagiouas ftunle
tions, I ravel, enjoy amuntseiments,
etc., withI comfort. Asa p'revent
ativye, wvheni taken on the aip
proatch of a recuarrinag alttack,
tey are excellei'.
Sold by all Dlrugglata,
25 Doset,. 25 cents,
Dr. Miles MedIcal Co., Elkhart, ind.
I t,hughtI wa'\n o ufrgo
pani aigmLot xrce,h
.1i o,fo t Ir ir ig .
henp 500, forthe olirst t.oh,D 25c, t
Dr.(1iOtfo t. '. ard ig',
the2d f AprlICxacti ng iipectii.it,.a
tici cai* ro.frtio lI. a)i, f:f
thtid , odge will h* h1ld he2
- and 4t Tuesday ihts of etachon
at80.stn Knights ordtias
I wel ~ c TO,1 ICPTNl,
- K. of It. andI 8.
(!rno.wnl Hntnl IlIinA.
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i tlttl t, es \\ itt h tl -tC' $ i t 'I" for
(atai .1. ; l ' I ) \NI I':.S
1 )IR (RI I\I to t un ttl tittl Alril
i st. I th . ' tutun, the a ttit ii i III
optit"Ila , h a i la ti to rtnl I I Ith
i il' lnltI the ira,t a Ift ll.p ri , i a il n I
hI. ' of i pa till l-- hilt a -tl d til l in
to t ndl Ite tilnt thuit I their fritIIIIS
tit y itv ett the+ betntlit of hi.sI kill ,Intl rX
llt'rit'nt't inl t \ttttn it ' t\ t' antiit tlini;
IIt hiat, t t tt ""iaa ' 'a it It tt t" lolll
1), \\" ill5alit t' ItIta'\\IIa ' ht+~l lau"t lx :tl+
l'e'i.tt ia haI' jus t i e lieli ath tie fit' o itn
ho uI liltingt Ii n ii i t ptir of e
t'tall on htini.
The Ladies' Exchange.
Mrs. R. C. Williams
respectfully i n f o r ms
the ladies of Newberry
,nd vicinity that she
h 's open ed t a! n E x
change for' the pur
chose or' exchange of Ia
dli "s', ch'ilren's andl men&'s
second( aind clothing, andI
solicits their pat ronage.
Persons onl business will
please call at t he E xchange,
Crotwell Hotel, first floor',
between 9 a. mn. and 4 p. mn.
In large variteties from
a cheap Stick Pin to a
FINE GOLD WATCH
Call and examine my
stock before buying.
Jeweler and( Opt icZin.
For Construction of
For Trown of
L i MAl,heI) i( )I ' >SAl, I w~IIlal II
apprioxiina't&higia tnu ai'ih- 'ith I iiia
pa ile fritattoI la i.ncthetA itni iinan-lOth tr
founttd at, li n of 11''Ii ia,thu Ietehof 'b
Wok ofNiw ery,i ('litiiiLttu creih i.' 'hituo iei
trac(tr wCFillICt bei tii r iire to Ii ve e on
3? .bn i c ntretI,.alrice, ia byihi. IC r t-p
feited13 toi ih lit I n l etuthhah.r
(lizittr honu dt addretw V/tki
At the lowest possible prices to
be had for the same high grade of
goods. We do not sell shoddy
goods. We do not take your
good money and in exchan:ge give
you worthless goods. Our's is a
clean cut business, done in a clean
cut way. We protect oLr custom
ers from loss by selling them \vor-.
thy merchandise. We carry fine
full lines of
Dry Goods, Dross Goods, Silks, Hosiery,
Underwear, Millinery, Giighams, Per
cales, Domestics, Lineis, Notions
h For Men, Women,
oes Boys, Girls B Babies.
Our stores are full of goods. We
ask you to visit us. We promise
courteous dealing, fair treatm1ent,
lowest prices. No misrepreson
tations and a big good stock to
select from. Yours truly,
U. o s.o2 MOWER cG
ihar SHi nng Stoik tif ('lot hing i nliw tptn for youri iampt1ntoni, mitt nu
,tiii wa s ' iir tuhr cog i tly ijaily tfor ifrinig supeio r i ll s go ht ii
iihieuii l i t h u ol 8ili h Ntii'ii vt'iy itew. N'iveur in lt i,i.n to f h19 cloithI
inig riustt if' N twhitrry Ior th r hun uin tIto n is i uh a n hla ofi ('Ilothiiniga
ia (.'hiiIhini' Stant ita tr l I'anto, mi t wo ~ aywit t hrttiont : t i ni ht
wi' aehtit ie r propautto i sol yon clothing~ I his uiiiini In 5iove lo,011n
it'( 'itnioi toi ,iunison , if youi winst righ!t tlo mit a nright in o
,i ust as wei ,dupass all i o thur <l iay in clth ing, so ilo wit ni l.'m on,hlling
ant mntorate' trice ilittguish t hniti au n tivi prv lhi o i ac t Witw ant toitqn
rlinr in our lit' itt Iloit ryu, Ithiuorebitt, I. uIrwearuu iilii toveryI ting woni
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!! SHIRTS!!!
Ounnr linie itf Shit nnt fa iun t t oailmi uhsiritil byv all Yo t il ~inhht o iitti
to H'i Ie thita. i la great varniety tfrtin t -. to $.' tIti.
SHO ES! SH OE S!! S HOE S!!!
STRAW HATS! STRAW HATS! STRAW HATS!
t in rttli i uii tion'it fail tio itinust t
Thei' lioathIi hoit''to Ot bior.
lpeallla Br'os. GliilSpilia[Disiulay
Iti n ui lenelilt \VII.h toti' weu tart iauking forn yoto- Sping 9
lruss I iiinibi, I il.hi:nu, SAhites Iilti tntl l''inthning tibitni ast wt' haivi'
.inut to inii andit li in" thhu Sprning, nat we kcnitw thant yout wtil bii
I t-i.i 1iii i nui,it -. i ay stst - u n-. to ns .i
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YOURS FOR BUSINESs,
Leaders of Low Prices. - Newberry. - 8. - C.