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NBWBBRRY SAVINGS BANK.
One of the Most Successful Banking >bnte
prises in the South.
The Newberry Savings Bank was o
ganized in 1896 with a capital stock <
$50,000, and has met with a most ph
nomenal success, having a surplus <
$19,500 and having paid to stockholde:
since its organization $21,000,.and it hi
paid.depositors in savings departmei
since its organization $9,200.
The Newberry Savings Bank is cei
trally and conveniently located to th
business portion of the city, and th
bank officers are all polite, attentiv
and accommodating to their patrons.
This bank has a neat and substantii
building which is fitted up with thi
very latest bank conveniences-burglv
and fire proof safe and time-lock vauli
offering every inducement to depositont
The Savings department is one c
the most important features of th
bank. Here you are paid 4 per cenl
Interest computed January 1st and Jul
1st. It is a pleasure to do business a
the Savings Bank.
A Negro Man Drops Dead on the Streets
} Prosperity, S. C , Jan. 6, 19o3-Wil
Summer a negro cook for the floatinl
gangs on the Southerut fell dead on th
streets of Posperity last Saturday. II
cane home on Friday to visit his family
who lives near hear. He was not coin
plaining of any illhess but had
weak heart. Coroner Lindsay can
r down and viewed the body
Mr. Bur Harmon, of Greenville, i
visiting in our section.
Mr Andrew Kinard, our painter, ha
done some pretty work on the Bank o
Prosperity building. More of that-con
siderable more of that would give our tow:
quite a .ive appearance.
Mr and Mrs. Clarence S Stewart an
visiting his mother, Mrs H. S. Boozer.
The Friendly Dozen Club Entertained.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood entertained "Tht
,, Friendly Dozen" Club and a few in
vited guests at her home on Calhout
street, Friday afternoon.
The meeting was a most delightfu
occasion, ana was thoroughly enjoye(
"Progressive whist" was played dur
ing the afternoon. The score cards
tied with yhite and lilac ribbons, wer<
pen and ink sketches of "Gibson girls.'
At the conclusion of the game deli
cious refreshments were served.
Among those present were Mrs. A. T
Brown, Mrs. J. E. Norwood, Mrs. Dag
gett, of Virginia, Mrs. 0. B. Mayer
Mrs. J. T. Mayes, Mrs. F. M. -Boyd
Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, Mrs. L. W
Floyd, Mrs. B. H. Johnstone, Mrs. W
H. Carwile, Mrs. S. B. Aull, Mrs. S. B
Jones, Mrs. R. H. Welch, Miss Marga
ret Burnette, Miss Thyra Schumpert
Miss Cora L. Dominick, Miss Sue Dun
lap, of Kentucky, Miss Bessie Gilder
Miss Elizabeth Daggett, of Virginia
.Miss Laura Spearman.
The work of macadamizing Mait
street has been considerably interferc<
with by the bad weather. However, some
progress is being made, and if th<
weather will permit within the nexi
few weeks quite a showing will b(
made. The idea is to macadamize the
worst places in the (different streets al
this time and gradually fill in the va
The cement and other material hzaa
been ordered and the work on the ce
ment walk from the postoffice to Jamie
son's corner will be commenced in r
Mr. Geo. C. Hlipp and Miss Belk
Swittenberg were married at the home
of the bride's father, Mr. Geo. W.
Swittenberg, Sunday afternoon at4
o'clock, Rev. W. L. Seabrook officiat
Mr. Hipp, a son of Mr. ,John C. Hipp,
is a rising young merchant of this city.
HIe is located with his uncle, Mr. Ewd.
Hipp, a wholesale merchant in this city.
*The bride is a pop)ular and accom
plished young lady of the county. Th<
young coupie has many friends wh<
wish them much happiness through life,
White Goods and Embroideries,
The Mower Company announces
special sale of white goods and em
broideries in which they are offerini
some of the p)rettiest goods ever brough1
to this market at special prices. Thiu
firm has the reputation of doing whal
they say and of having what they ad
vertise, so you know what to e3xpec
when yon read what they say. Givi
them a call and inspectitheir goods an<
Dispensaey Profits for Decembe7'
The town and county received thei
share of the profits from the sales a
the (dispensary in this city (luring thi
month of December, yesterdlay. Thi
town's share amounted to $748.60, 1
check for which was handed to the cit:
January 21st, by Rev. J. K. Efird
Mr. Earnest C. Shealy, of Newberr
county, and Miss M. Nina Epting, o
January 25, by Rev. J. K. Efird, Mi
Jefferson S. Derrick, of Saluda count3
and Miss Carrie E. Epting, of Lexing
ion county, S. C.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Suhday was another damp, disagre<
r able day.
Mr. H. H. Evans went to Columbi
f Mr. Wm. Y. (Fair is on a businef
trip to Columbia.
f The mayor had a light document ye.
a terday morning.
s The sessions court will convene o
it Monday, February 9th. ,
Mr. T. C. Pool has returned from
- business tkip to Atlapta.
e Mr. Thos. H. Cromer, of Clintor
e spent Sunday in the city.
Quite an improvement is being mad
i in the police court room.
e Mr. M. I. Kranchek has been in th,
r city for the past few days.
, R. H. Welch, Esq., went to Colum
. bia yesterday on prgfessional business
f Judge W. W. Hodges went to Green
e ville Saturday. He returned Sunda;
Some of our citizens roport that the:
t felt the shock of an earthquake Sunda;
Anderson has free mail delivery ii
the city, and Greenwood is soon to hav
_ the same thing. Citizens of Newberr
Rev. 0. Y. Bonner, of Due West
will preach in Thompson Street A. R
P. church Sabbath morning at 1:
The' new grand and petit jurors ar<
published in another place in this paper
The common pleas jurors will be drawr
Senator Mower and Representativ(
Aull was at home for Sunday. They
were back at their posts in Columbif
Will Summers, colored, dropped deac
r Saturday afternoon in the town of Pros.
perity. He lived near the town anc
had heart trouble.
Rev. Dr. S. T. Hallman filled his ap
pointment in Spartanburg Sunday,
where he is endeavoring to establish s
Miss Eugenja Summer left yester
day to resume her studies at Elizabet
College, Charlotte. Her father, Geo.
W. Summers, accompanied her as fai
Messrs. F. M. Boyd and E. Cabanis!
left yesterday for Atlanta to look int(
and examine the systems of sewerag(
connections, looking to establishing
rules for the Newberry system.
We are ready to publish the call foi
the citizens to organize a Board of
Trade, if some good citizen will issu(
the call. Who'll do this much'for New
berry-laying selfish motives aside?
Mr. E. P. Matthews, of the county,
paid this office a pleasant call yester.
day. He is one of the many readers of
The Herald and News whose label or
the paper registers up in 1904. W(
were glad to see him.
Its up to the citizens of Newberry,
Do they think a union depot would b(
an improvement and convenience t<
them. If they do, and they would tak<
the- matter up in the proper way, there
is but little doubt that one can be had,
The degree team of Bergell Tribt
will take their paraphanalia to Abbe
ville on February 10th and assist Greal
Sachem J. H. Hair in instituting a tribe
of Red Men at that place. Congress.
man Aiken is one of the founders of the
The Commutation or Road Tax.
County Treasurer Epps is anxious foi
the citizens of the county to understand
that the time for paying the commuta
tion or road tax' will expire with Feb
ruary. Last year the time wvent until
the first of April, but this year the tax
will not be received by the treasurer
after the 28th day of February. Those
who expect to pay the road tax should
remember this and pay it before Mlarch
Fell Bleven Feet.
Mr. E. H. Kingsmore fell from thc
-oof of the new warehouse being erectec
at the C., N. & L. R. R., Thursday
morning and came near killing himself,
Fortunately he caught and succeeded ir
breaking the force of the fall, whici
saved him from breaking any bones,
He was considerably bruised up, anc
has since been confined to his bed. IHe
was engaged in putting on a tin rool
and fell about eleven feet. It was c
We doubt whether there is any ont
thing on earth that will affordl the
housekeeper as much pleasuire as
flour that wvill give her per-feet satis
faction. That flour is ''Clifton.'' Lel
us but once get a ack' of "Clifton'
flour in your home and we invite yoi
to try other brands to your heart's
content. Such comparisons only bring
ottesuperiority, and excellence 01
"Citn"Hayes & McCarty, E. R
Hlipp and L. W. Cosby sell it.
We would like to ask, through the
columns of your paper, if there is an:
personJ who has used Green's Augus
- Flower for the cure of Indigestion
D)ysp epsia, and Liver Troubles thiat hai
not been cured-and we also mean thei:
I results, such as sour stomach, fermien
tation of food, habitual costiveness
nervous dyspepsia, headaches, despon
dont feelings, sleeplessness-in fact
any trouble connected with the stom
ach or liver? This medicine has beel
sold for many|years in all civilized coun
,tries, and we wvIsh to correspond wit
y' you and send you one of our books frie
of cost. If you never tried Augur
Flower, try a 25 cent bottle first. W
have never known of its failing. If sc
.something more serious is the matte
with you. The 25 cent size has jus
-been introduced this year. Regula
size 75 cents. At all druggists.
G. G. GREE N. Woodhu'-y. NJ
. GBNTLEMEN OF THE JURY.
Eighteen Grand Jurors Drawn-Also
a Thirty-Six for the Sessions Court.
At the Clerk's office Friday morning
at 9 o'clock eiUiteen persons were
drawn to serve as giand jurors, also
thirty-six to serve as petit jurors at the
coining session of the session's court,
n which will convene on Monday, February
9th. The following is a list of the
a persons drawn:
J. Thad Kinard.
H. W. Bowles.
E Ed. H. Walton.
Walter P. Counts.
Tabor H. Hill.
D. Leland McCullough.
D. A. Livingston.
Jno. W. Bobb.
Geo. A. Dickert.
W. H. Shannon.
Joe H. Baker.
D. A. Dickert.
Jno. P. Fant.
Sidney D. Duncan.
H. B. Hendrix.
Sid J. Kohn.
Felix A. Graham.
Jacob B. Fellers.
Newton R. Lester.
J. Marcellus Lester.
J. B. Richards.
Geo. W. Swittenberg.
J. C. Dellines.
Willie F. Lester.
W. G. Mayes.
Hans A. Boozer.
A. J. S. Langford.
Willie C. Hayes.
Will H. Suber.
J. L. Holloway.
J. A. Hartman.
R. X. Cleland.
J. A. Cromer.
O. M. Jamieson.
David B. Werts.
Jno. P. Wicker.
R. P. Cromer.
J. Lindsay Bowers.
B. W. Watkins.
Ben W. West.
G. Mike Bowers.
Press N. Boozer.
Lorenzo D. Abrams.
S. C. Baker.
Sam. J. Williamson.
R. L. Schumpert.
The jurors for the common pleas
court will be drawn on Friday morning
of this week.
The Auditor's Rounds.
Auditor Cromer or an authorized agent
is now making a tour of the county for
the purpose of taking tax returns. He
will be glad for as many as possible to
meet him at each appointment. His
appointments are as follows.
At St. Lukes January 28th.
At Prosperity January 29th and 30th.
And at Newberry until February 20th,
On account of the very inclement
wveather Auditor Cromer was unable to
meet his appointment at Maybinton,
but will be at this place on the 2nd day
Letter to Wmn. Johnson, Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir:-Would you like the agency
of Devoc Lead and Zinc paint-the
"Fewer-gallons; wears-longer" paint?
It is fair to tell you that it is going
to lessen the amount of p)aint sold in
your town for each job; but is is going
to more-than-double the satisfaction
that people have found in other paint;
and the dealer that secures our agency
is going bo increase his business by get
ting more jobs.'
IIt has never failed to do it. W. B.
Arnold & Co., Watervillle, Maine,
- bought $105 of Devoe lead and zinc in
1898. In 1901 they- bought $1155. Doing
Brothers of Lowville, N. Y., bought
$29 in 1899. In 1901, $1991. Fowler &
ISellers, White Plains, N. Y. -1898,
$166; 1901, $1'762. Leggett & Peddie,
IGlens Falls, N. Y. -1899, $382; 1901.
Write to them.
You can't know too niauch about a
paint that's going to increase business
like that, and do so much for the peo..
pIe of your town. Yours truly.
* F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
Woman's Missionary Society.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the Lutheran church will meet at the
jchurch tomorrow af ternoon at 4 o'clock.
A Steward's Meeting.
The stewards of Newberry Circuit
will meet in the office of the County
Superintendent of Education on sale
day, the second day of February.
The Bachelor Maids.
The Bachelor Maids will meet with
M iss Nina Carlisle this afternoon at 4
You May Not Bxpect
Good bread these cold mornings if
your flou~r is of the spasmodic sort,
that only "works by spells." You
can't be certain-you don t know what
to depend on. "Clifton" flour will
bake to your entire satisfaction, (lay in
andl day out. It is not the best flour
todlay andl the next best tomorrow. It
is the best all the time and people who
buy "Clifton" know it. Sold by E. R.
-Hipp, L,. W. Cosby and Hayes & Mc
'The Riser Millinery Co.
r Iwill have some pretty new ribbons
r oiday trade, and they are
loigout every hat and feather in
tbnir stock at actual cost.
JUSL A BABY BARTHQUAKE.
The Shock Which Visited Savannah, Co
lumbia and Other Points Felt in
An earthquake shock, which was pre
ceded by a rumbling noise, was felt in
Charleston at 8:11 o'clock last night.
The same shock was felt in Savannah,
Augusta, Columbia and all intermediate
points. There was no damage, how
ever, and there is no probability that
another will come. According to the
official report from Observer Jesunof
sky there was one pronounced shock,
which was followed by at least ten vi
brations, lasting six seconds. Mr. Jes
unofsky said that he heard the accom
panying noise very distinctly and that
it ceased with the first shock. The di
rection of the shock was from west
north-west and it disappeared toward
the south and south-west.
Telegrams from Savannah said that
the earthquake disturbed the people of
that city so badly that many of them
rushed out of doors. At Tybee-it was
stronger than at Savannah. Augusta
made an early report of the disturb
ance and messages from Blackville,
Kingville and other points, includ
ing Columbia, stated that the roar
frightened the people more than the
quivering of the earth. A telephone
message from Summerville made it ap
pear that the shock there occurred
twelve minutes after it was left in
Charleston. Mr. Jesunofsky said that
this was evidently a mistake, as the
movement could not have been that
slow. The discrepancy was probably
due to some differer.ce in clocks.
"There is no necessity for alarm,"
said Mr. Jesunofsky last night. "The
shock -was distinct and the noise was
loud enough to be heard anywhere.
These slight tremors are felt all the
time, but they are barely strong enough
to make an impression. Of course the
one tonight was hard enough for every
body to feel it but it was probably the
last. "-News and Courier.
The marriage of Mr. Henry McCul
lough and Miss Annie Attaway, of
West End, Sunday evening, was a sur
prise to their friends. The marriage
was solemnized by Rev. J. C. Rhoden,
at his home in the mill village.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
D. H. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. Sallie C.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court House door at New
berry, between the legal hours of sale,
on the first Monday in February,
1903, the following described property
to-wit: All that lot of land lying and
being in the county and State afore
said situated in the Town of Pros
perity, S. C., known as Lot No. 2
fronting on Main street and running
back to a street in the rear, containing
Ten One-Hundredths of an Acre, more
or less, bounded by lots of E. K. Beden
baugh, J. B. Simpson, A. L. Wyse and
Salhe C. Wheat.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, bal
ance in twvelve months, with interest
from day of sale, credit portion to be
securedl by bond of the p)urchaser and
mortgage of the premises; the house
Lot No. 2 to be insuredl for two-thirds
of its value andl the policy assigned to
the Master. Purchaser to pay for p)a
pers. With leave of purchaser to pay
the whole bid in cash.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, Jan. 10, 1903.
Notice of Final Settle
NTOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN T HA T
kI will make a final settlement on
the estate of William A. Senn, de
ensed, on Saturday, the 21st day of
February, 1903, in the Probate Court
for Newberry County, South Carolina,
andl will immediately thereafter apply
to the Judge of saidl Court for a final
discharge as Executor, &c., of said
deceased. S. E. SENN,
As Executor, &c., of William A. Senn,
Notice of Final Settlement.
NTOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN THAT
. I will make a final settlement of
the p)ersonal estate of John J. Amick,
deceased in the Probate Court for New
berry County on the 20th day of Febru
ary, 1903, at 11 a. mn., and will immedli
ately thereafter apply for a final (is
eharge. All claims against raid estate
must be p)resented or or before said
date. RHODA F. CONNELLY,
Formerly Rhoda F. Amick, Admn'x.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man working by theo day is paid
for the time ho puts in at wvork, but
when that man saves a, dollar for his
(lay's labor it wvorks for him nights,
as well as days; never lays off on ac
count of bad weather and never gets
sick, but goes right on earning him
ana income. It's a niice thing to work
for money, but it's much niceer to
have money working for yon Try
it-open a savings account with us
and get some money working for yon
Make a deposit in the Savings do
partment today and let it begin to
work for you. Interest computed at
4 per cent .January 1 and July 1 of
NOR SALE-One horse 3 years old.
One wagon and buggy. Apply to
Jacob L. I)ckert,
2t Newberry, ;. C.
W E start you in any legitimate
business, or will buy you a home.
Loans repayable in small monthly pay
ments, without interest. For full par
ticulars address Union Co-operative
Loan Co., Box 449, Birmingham, Ala.
FOR SALE CHEAP -One ood work
horse. Apply at this office.
ITFULL STOCK Butterick Patterns.
Sold strictly for cash at Woot
e nss tf.
OR RENT-six rooms and black
Mrs. R. L. Paysinger.
TIAVE YOUR COLLARS AND
Cuffs right up to the scratch. No
waiting, no disappointment at the
Newberry Steam Laundry.
LOST. -One Pointer Dog, medium
LL size, white, with lemon ears,
about 3 years old, answers to name of
DROP. Strayed from home Tuesday,
January 13th. Reward if returned to
Dit. P. G. ELLI-:Son.
G O TO J. P. COOK FOR CIIEAP
0 OEN'' --A six romn cottage on
Main street, and within three
blocks of Court House. Apply at once
to 0. L. Schumpert.
3t Jan. 8, 1903. Newberry, S. C.
M ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
1 loans on improved farm lands
at seven per cent. interest on
amounts over one thousand dollars,
and eight per cent. interest on amounts
less than $1,000. Long time and easy
payments. Hint, 11unt & Hunter,
WILL DYE FOR YOU. YOU WILL
learn some day that it pays
you to let us dye that old suit for you
or clean and press it. All work is
guaranteed to be first class. Thousands
of satisfied customers will tell you so.
We are not playing for your dollars
only; we are playing for the future too.
Come and test the truth of our talk.
The Newberry Laundry.
A N. E10GLASSECS
)o .vour etes ache and burn at
night? I h ave t he I'est trlal case for
fitt int Sp ciebt I s maii :t (+lIa-es, and
c-n lit thw in :t dillicult 'yes, wit,h the
1r1opr glas.cs I luave fit,ted gl:ses
for the best )eople in the co,unty and
caun fit you. I use only Ihe best, grade
Crystal ine 'nes. Come antd give me
a trial and he eonlvinceed. St,.let 'v one
price to all. GU II D' )A NI l;LS,
.1ewvle,r and Optician.
STATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBElUtY--IN
J. W. Norwood, Plaintiff,
Thos. Q. Boozer, Defendant..
BY ORD)ER OF THE COUlITI'
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court House at Newberry,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in February, 1903, follow
ing lots of land in the 'i'own of New
berry, South Carolina, conveyed to the
said Thomas Q. Boozer by Talula F.
Davis by deed dated March 3d, 1893,
and record e in Book 7, page 143, in the
ofhece of register mesne conveyiances of
Newvberry County, South Carolina:
Lot No. 1, containing Thirty-six One
1Hundredths (3(6-100) of an ac're, more
ol less, upon wvhich is a five-room cot
tage and1 barn and stab'es, b)ounded by
Chmne street, lands of Annie Wicker,
Mrs. AlIdridge, by Wright street, wvhiclh
separates it from lands of M. A. Car
lisle and by other lands of'lT. Q. Boozer.
Lot No. 2, containing Forty-eight
One-Hundredths (418-100) of an Acre,
more or less, upon which is a six-room
cottage and barn and stables, bounded
by lot No. 1, Cline str.eet, Wright street,
and lands of John W. Ear hard(t.
Lot No. 3, containing Forty-seven
One-H-undredths (47-100) of an acre,
more or less, bounded by lands of .Jno.
W. Earhardt, Cline street Wright
street and other lands of TIhos. Q.
Lot No. '4, Containing Forty-seven
One-Hundredths ('47-100) of an acre,
more or less, b)oundled by Lot N. 3,
Cline street, Wright street and landsi
of Mrs. Livingston.
Also, all that lot of land situated in
the Town of Newberry, South Carolina,
containing Nmnety One-IHundredths
(90-100) of an acre, more or less, upon
which is a four-room cottage and out
b)uildings, and rep)resentedl by plat dlated
and executed l)y Jas. F. Olenn, sur
veyor, dated "e bruary 5th, 1897, and
bounded by lands of Mirs. Sallie E.
Teague, sep)arated therefrom by Elmore
street and lot of 0. H. Maiyeri andl ,J. W.
Watts, and is the lot of land conveyed by
Susan B. Melnturf to Thos. Q. Boozer.
Terms of sale: One-half of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash; the
balance on a credit of one year, with
interest from (lay of sale, credit por
tRin to be securedl by the bo)nd of the
purchaser~ andl a mortgage of the plremn
ises sold respeclively. Purchaser to
pa~y for papersi.
HI. H-. IIIK A RD, Master.
Master's Olhice, .Jan. 7, 1903.
AT ANY OLD
Our line of Austria
China and English
Semi Porcelain will be
sold this month at
prices that will sur
prise the most careful
buyer. We are going
to close out this line of
goods, i t is all
which enables the pur
chaser to buy as much
or as little as desired.
IT WILL BE
TO YOUR INTEQE$T
TO COME AND BUY
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Of Us Now.
We Are Making Special
Prices And Giving Special
BLANKETS AT COST TO CLO$E OUT.
Come and See Us,
C. & G., sMOWER CO.
Annual Cleoronce Sole!
All Cut Price and Cost Sales Sink into Insigni
ficance when Cornpared with Jamile
son's Clearance Sweep.
Balance of Winter Suits-* m *P;. *
$12 3. $.50Suits $( 25. $I 5.(s)> Suits $r 1.90. u)vercoaits insine
Children:; Suits Must Go! -$i A; Suits at $.i -a; $2.20 Suits, $r.6:5;
Woolen Underwear Regardless of Cost -$t.oo All Wool Shirts, 6o:;
$i. 15 Shuits, ')' :I 70. Shirls, $i.i;. Cost us miore, but going all
t he ii:nne.
Hats in Special Sale for Next 30 Days-Gmood Quialit ies and I )esirable
St yles chleapler thani ever.
Heavy Shoes Under the Hammer -Call anid see what we are giving
you. L.illy lirackett I land Se~wedI Shes ini a spieciatl sale at less than
cost. Queen Quality, thle I-'amouls Shoe~b for l wo e, is leasing a
miutltit ule of customiers. It is unle\celled by any shoe on lhe market.
Special Attractions al ways in on uri rishiiing Goods I )epartment,
WVe sell chearper thani aniybody ini he St ate.
WVe guaranitee every stateent in thmi advert isemeunt to mean wvhat it
The Head to Foot Clothier.
IFor 2 Weeks
Cost Sal At the New
08 FU NIT RESTORE
UUUginthe old Hlerald and1( News8
NwYear's I DS UNTR
IIIferst 'lla*i >rd iiit to- aa
G OQUOSlio Io ofn s ClrieSree, back.
Noold stock. 1imo Snits Bu
WeddingGoods,ers, Tables, Knrives and Forks,
Gilassm anira Watre, Iarnps.
Prsnt,In fact o~verythinginth hos
Burnihhing l in
I Socon ur lion of P.iet tires, cheap
All t be sld atest, largest~ over brotught to New
D)on't fail to got one of our
Eduad Sliotzs Art Squar',orrnico Rugs for
Jewery tore sampl Cariet. Wo want every
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