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Our Special Premium List at the East Carroll Fair,
November 8th, 9th and 10th:
i3-ost bit1icl corPn, .5 pounds best coffee; Best. bushel Irish potatoes, 20
i~puns wh ite sugar; Best display butter, nice churn; Best home cured ham,
, (gold -Ban hamg: Best loaf bread, 24 pounds best flour; Best display
Ir lsCrvcs and jamu1s, 0110 dozen fruit jars.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
Saturday, October 20, 1900.
. E. IAN-Ii!,I., 1V. I1. lMONTGOCMKRY
. . IhANslll.L. Notary Public
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
;tLL r., iI.\TI< E IN 'IIIF C .OURTS OF
f.\ r CAN I;oLL, ,WEST CARttOLL AND)
A :.\i,::,.N YPAl:L!I:s., AND TIlE STATE
1L F'i.". C ,it u:I'.
Cliiton F. Davis,
Att3r -.mot-.I4 r7
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DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
( ir oifllc is Il ',;c i' i lthe oihee for.
nU IllV u1,.,'eii 1 h1, HIo,. '. S. W yly.
1)r. i'eCrcc': residet-e. The Egelly
local antd Parish News.
Franik Me(;ilire's ceal pile will soon
be inll ilepanill.
itusities amolig (our mercants last
Saturday was rlhhintg.
After the cnd spell of last week. it
bnq IlturneIl Fsllier again.
Iotoh conltn and s-od are a little off
in prie' for t he past week.
Trhe home cotton buyers are helping
the 'own illn nny wai)e.
I'nlciwell' !..trssc are high steppers,
anid tl e i .Iibt theam chan!).
,1-i.- Pearl lurlir ov i'etirned last
Sundal y !ltorniltii irol IRuston.
WVe pirinitel Lite Iholland posters
for the fair uiaaociatllol Iliis week.
'The rnerchants htad more than they
couhld say grace over last Saturday.
See Ihe proceedings of the Fifib
D)itrlct Levee Board in another col
A photographer's tent is pitched on
the vacant lot next to the Rlansdeli
Over one thonand hales of cotton
have bee.n pressed at the big gin this
The Epworth League meets every
Sulnday evening at the Methodist
IRev. Mr. lloberg went down to Delita
on Monday. lie returned Friday
The alari of tire on Tuesday gave
us alotllt as had a scare as the alarm
You t ill see lilne horse raciing. fine
exhibits of cattle, horses, bogs &c., at
our big lair.
The alarm of fire about 11 o'clock
Monday imorilig cansed a great deal
of cxciit ll.it .I
See Mr. WValier f;iodwii for winter
clolliths or a irft clasi overcoat. lile
gU alt-ilP oos a tit.
'The i'olic. Jury ha's started in to
builil a new c:url house for our parish.
Let th;:i now tiild it.
SeIrvici al the EIpiscoal Chulrch to.
mlorrohtw :i orhii al 11 o'clock and at
7::3; o'clci l; ill the ev tling .
lThe piubtlic &cool has iow v one hlull
ari, are collilng lu all the liie.
)tlr Iri'nd's ovir oIi the hills have
coni e,(cI blriiinrt in their toliol
Rnll slTlng !t to Ihe tinwn h,~.rq.
\Ve have ihiad a ba:utiul week for
gal# h rine , h , c' r ,'1, and there should
lie a goof b. iiie~- it town to-day.
'tea:li (;Grove Lo(lge No. O, FI". & A
NI.. atd i'rovoiiit-e iaitdge No. 28, K.
'The t up ntclh i paidl i)y onr celoton
lut ,r· for colltoll.. 'lThey receive tihe
mirket i rlepr eiglit or Ieu Inits each
O)ur Iricld Mlatck Goodwin has a new
si. \eo alilnt to see him get a
pair of (Calweill's high si t cpers to go
I)r. Piereo male a rtuniing jump
dowUii to Vicksburg last Snulday. iie
retiurued T'itenlay inorinig otil tlhe
1)epitlv h fli' lountt tlllt ihave
fell ,',a' : ri -h" n i r l' I,ing hits lriti.
oiier. Well, hilly, it cotldn't be
Services wil lie heldi at the Cathlolic
Church 'i-nilltrrow Inorll ig ! halfta
patl ten lanl iii Ihe eveliiig at ,
It is a true saY iug ithat "it is Ihe
naitlre of stmt' lioptle to kick and
whe.l Iher''- iot liin g to kick alt they
kick I thlitselve."
NIr. Shli, ixalnilnel the flues in
towni last week. alid foiuntld til'tetl that
neciled workig on and six in a dati
geroit (conlilt il Ion.
Mauor Franklin Went down to
Vicksbulrg on the. Anuie Laurie last
Moildai.y, retlllirnig on the samie boat
T'hur I sday inornitig.
'Thlre is a very diangerni.. hile in
the sidewatk oUl in frouil of ivlhere tlie
ice factory t llseil oita lid. It tloilthb.Ie
JInoked after Itlore sorme o8e gat
'lTo cure a cold in one day take
LLaxative Bro Quinine. All druggists
refund the money if it tails to cure
25cts. E. W. Groves signature is on
each box. Sold at G uenard's drug
Last Sunday morning a tire was die.
covered in some cotton down at the
landing, and we learn that two bales
were burned before it was put out.
The cotton belonged to Mayor Frank
lin, and as it was not insured, it is his.
It is easy to ow n your home by joiu.
lug the Building and Loan Association.
Look at those around you who owu
their homes to-day through the Asso
ciation, and who would bhe paying rent
right now if it were not for this Asso
If there had beeu a lite on Monday
it would have betn only a short time
when "no water" would have been the
cry. Winter is nlar at hatnd, and those
two cisterns that have lbe'en out of re
pair for over a ear, ahouhl be fixed
Eider A. Scott, one of the best col
ored divines to be found in any coun.
try, had a regular 'love least" last
1 unday when he baptied twenty-five
Minuers and washed their sins away.
The elder knows how to put them
under the water, and says it takes
long practice to !do it right.
The town merchatnts had a good t
trade from the Mississippi colored
folks on Monday. They know that
they can get more for their money in
P'rovidence than frotl any store in
lasequeun county and they are right
in coming to our town to do their trad.
ing. It is the place to get cheap bar
Mr. John Kennedy has been ap
pointed superintendent of exhibits by
the managers of the fair. A better a
selection could not have been made.
Mr. Kennedy informed us that he has
already secured a large number of ex
hibits of art and fnlue needle work rotm
abroad and at home, and that space is
being asked for daily: There is noth
ing to keep the fair from being a suc
It is remarkable how cheap the mer
chants of Proyidence sell their goods
and the arge and handsomre stocks
they carry. We doubt it there is a
town double the size of ours, or even
as large as Vicksburg, that can show a
finer display than can be found right
now in our town. They are selling
cheap, so don't send away for an arti
cle you need until you hunt your town C
over for it.
Deputy sheriff W. A. Blount, Jr., t
started down to Baton Rouge last Fri. o
day on the steamer Dewey with Will I
Jones, colored, who was to be placed c
in the penitentlary for a term of two
years for horse stealing, and when i
near Baton Rouge, Jones jumped into
the river with handcuffs and shackels,
and it was the last seen of Jones. He
was drowned before anty assistance
could be given him.
Auction pools on the races will be
sold at Phil McGuire's every evening t
at 8 o'clock before the day of the races.
Pools also will be sold at the race track ,
tduring the day. There is goiug to(
be rottsitg big times in Providence on I
the 8th, 9th and 10th of November,
and every onte from adjoining parishes
and the counties of Misisissippi and
Arkanesas along the river should come
to our town.
Mr. Phil McGuire continues to make
his bar room and billiard ball more at.
tractive atnd inviting. The handsome
and custl) paper is very pretty, and is
adnmiredtl very much by every one.
Hle has had the ceiliug patuted white
and also the wainecoting, which blends
nicely with the paper and makes the
whole soft and pretty to the eye. Mr.
McGuire has a handsome place, and by
far the icest in Providence.
The large addition to the grand
stand at the fair grounde is being built
antd will be com(tpleted next week.
Everything will be in readiness to re
esive exhibits, aid it ia urgently re
qu.lted by the president and secretary
that thoose who are going to send ex.
Ihibits or who are going to help out
the fair itt atay way, to have them at
the grounds in time so that every
:hintg can he nicely arranged. It lies
with yon to mtake this fair a success,
and it is to he hoped that you will do
all in your )power for it.
Some of the boys are wondering
what is briging our friends Cooper
and 'Tavilor,ot the second ward, up to
tow ,n so often of late.
Mr. Will I)avis has baled up to the
present timtne twenty-eight hundred
bales of hay, and expects to bale about
twelve hundred more.
Charlev Whlittington left last Sun
day for St. Insis. lie told us that he
would have a barn full of fine stock,
atend would sell them cheap.
Mr. S. II. King, one of the moseet sue
cetafUl enottio growers in the second
ward, was a visitoir to town Wednes
Sday and gave us a pleasant call.
SWA L T''I·'FANlk lo sale by
Last Monday morning at 11 o'clock,
a fire was discovered nlu the negro
lodging house of Melinda Hughes on
Levee street. The fire originated on
the inside of the roof, in the cone, sup
posed to have been caused by a de
fective flue. ,It was putout immediately
with buckets of watter. The next
morning at about half past 8, another
alarm was sounded, and the house of
Braxton House, in the edge of the wil
lows, was in flames, caused also by a
defective flue. On account of a mis
understanding as to the lack of water
in that locality, the engine was not
used, aud the fire was under such
headway, that it is doubtful whether
or not it could have saved much of the
house. All of the furniture and bed
ding were saved.
These two fires, following each other
in such rapid succession, should im
press upon the people the necessity of
having their fines examined every
year, and of cleaning their chimneys.
Had the fire on Levee street got under
headway, all of Levee street would
have been consumed, perhaps as far as
the old brick store, and the frame
buildings on Lake street nearest to
Levee street would possibly have
burned also-at least one-third of the
When we take into consideration
this narrow escape from a great disae
ter, we are justified in insisting that
the authorities make a houses-to-house
canvass and examine all flues and
cbimneys; and that those which are
ondemned should be repaired or re
built. Lake Providence had a nar
row escape. Let us guard against
tuch a danger in the future.
AFTER A HAT?
sil good. We have all the newest
tyles-and PLEASE REMEMBER
hat we don't carry any but FIRST
LRADE S'ITETSONS in our stock.
.o second grades In any shape.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt attetn
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
We are informed that Mrs. S. G. i
Caylor, our accommodating postmis
aress, has leased the brick building of
-r. E. J. Hamley, next to his office, I
tod that it will be completed by the
Let of the mouth so that Mrs. Taylor
tan move in by that date. This will
nake the postoflice centrally located,
mud will be found quite convenient to
,ose who have business with the
)fice. It will not be near so conven- .
eut for Mrs. Taylor, who is often
:ompelled to remain in the office until
sear 11 o'clock at night; but the grow
ng town and increase of business
lemands a more central location than
where the.ofilce is now.
The cotton letters kindly furnished I
Sur paper by Mr. Sol. Cohen, are very
interesting. Mr. Cohen understands
the business thoroughly, and his
wekly letters will be found good
The city council should see the
ieeessity of fixing the cisterns at the
Opera House and at the corner of
Levee and Second streets. This
neglect shbould not be allowed to go on
The other cottage that was con
tracted for by Mr. Peter Ford is now
beiug erected and will soou be com
pleted. We understand that the one
completed and the one being built are
We want you to come to the fair in
Lake Providence on Novem;,er 8th,
ktb and 10th. Our fair is going to be
worth seeing, and the bigger the
crowd the tnore of a success it will be.
The Democrats of the parish should
not forget that it is a duty they owe to
themselves and to their country to uot
only turu out themselves to vote but
to see that their neighbor also votes on
the 6th of November.
The Police Jury will meet next
Tueeday to consider bids for the erec
tion of the new court house. It is to
be hoped that there will be no further
delay, and that everything will be
closed satisfactortly for its erection.
Messrs. Albert Taylor and Everette
Pinkston came up from the second
ward Tuesday evenluig. Taylor came
up to ride the goat iu the first degree
iu. the order of Kniights of Pythias and
Piukston was along as a bodyguard.
Mrs. W. H. Fisher and Miss Dacroth
returued Tuesday after spending a
pleasaut week with Mrs. Abe Blum
and Mrs. Sam Blum, of Greenville,
Mr. Caldwell will soon receive a
large drove of mules for this market.
Hle has a fine lot of horses on hand at
his big stables. Call and see his
Cotton is being picked as rapidly as
possible, and if the fine weather only
continuee for the next six weeks, there
bshould not be much of the fleeoy staple
left in the fields.
"'The Last Loaf," an exeptionally
fite drama, Is beln reheareed by our
behomne talent, sad will be preseted to
the public at the lpera loeese o
Thursday night of the f.
THE COIJSE OF COTTON T#i1
(Weekly letter by L. Waldaur & Co.,
The cotton market during the pres
ent week has been very unprofitable
for the farmers, the market starting
Monday at a decline of 3-16ths on spots
and 34 points on contracts. On Tues
day a much heavier decline occurred,
the day closing with a loss of 7-16th'
on futures and 36 points on contracts;
making a total decline since our last
letter of 104 points and let on spots.
equal to approximate loss of $5.00 per
bale. The cause of this heavy decline
occurring, was on account of the re
cent advances made on estimates of the
crop authorities such as the Govern
ment. Bastoen and Neil, placing it
at ten and a half million bales, and
should frost not occur prior to Nov.
7th, this estimate will be increased.
As mentioned in l6st week's letter,
we again repeat, that under the pres
ent conditioun, namely: Largestocks
of cotton on hand, small sales, and re
ceipts increasing daily-that we see no
prospect of much of an advance in the
New Orleans middling at writing
quoted at 91. Dec. futures 8.95, as
against on the 10th of 10) for mid
dliung and 9.98 for December.
The Epworth League Rally at the
Methodist Church last Sunday night
was a success in every feature. The
church was crowded to Its utmost
capacity with people of all denomina
tions to hear the interesting program
gotten up by the young ladies of the
League. 't'here were some pretty
song-, an interesting paper by Miss
Benella Brown, a very instructive talk
by Miss Nelson on the work of the
Salvation Army in the slums of the
cities, and a talk by Judge Kennedy
on the necessity and advantage of an
education, both mentally and morally.
lie compared the ancient religious
with the religion of Jesus Christ and
showed how different were the condi
tions of man under the latter as com
pared with the former; how the world
progressed very slowly in human de.
velopment and enlightment under the
old religions; and how it has advauced
to its present state under the Christ
iann faith. A collection was taken up
and a goodly sum was raised. These
religious entertainments of the Ep
worth League reflect crdit upon the
young ladles who get them up, and
we hope to see more of them in
It made a person feel good last Sat
urday to look down our two principal
streets and see the way they were
packed and jammed with people. It
put them in mind of the good old
times of some years ago, when it was
a common occurrence to see from two
thousand to three thousand people
here on Saturdays doing their trading.
T'here was plenty of money among the
colored people, and there was not a
store in town that did not do its share
of business. 'There is no town on
the river where colored people are
treated better than they are right here
in Lake Providence.
For chills and malarial fever, take
Groves Tlasteless Chill Tonic. Every
bottle positively guarauteed. Sold at
Guenard's drug store
Mr. W. H. Barton, representing
Wright & Taylor, distillers and whole
salo whisky dealers of Louisville, Ky.,
was in town for a few days this week
mingling with his old friends and sell
iug epirits. Wright & Taylor is one
of the largest coucerns iu the United
States and does an immense business.
Every one in business in our parish
remembers Marion Taylor, who used
to visit here for years aud who was
one of the most popular drummers ou
the road. Mr. Barton is representing
an Al house and is bound to do a
It is reported that down at the big
levee now being built in the lower end
of the parish, at the Dulaney camp, a
negro was found dead in the woods a
few days ago, with a bullet hole in bhis
head and that the buzzards had com
menced to devour him. No one
seemed to know anything about it or
how long the mau had been missing.
Where there are so many camps aud
such huge works being carried on, the
roughest kind of characters are to be
fouud, and where gambling and drink
ing is going on at all times.
If there had been a ladder handy at
the house of Braxtou House on Tues
day wheu the fire was discovered, no
doubt it could have been saved. There
was plenty of water near at hand, but
there was no way of getting on the
roof. This puly goes to show bow
necessary it is for every store and
residence to have good ladders, so
they can be put In use in a moment's
Mr. R J. Buruey's livery business is
rushing. Mr. Burney is gonlug to put
in a new lot of vehicles and horses in
both stables. He knows how to run
the busiuess and should make it a stc
Mose Fore, a hard working and good
colored manl, died suddenly on Satur
day last. lie had been in bad health
for the past two or three years, and
worked when be should have been in
President McGuire of the East Car.
roll Fair, returned last Sunday. He is
full of fair talk, and if everyone will
do his part as Mr. McGuirels doing,
our fair will be a big success.
Some one scattered poisoned liver
on the streets for two or three nights
this week, and the consequences are
that the town is now minus about
thirty-two common cour dogs.
One of the attractive features that
will be seen at our fair will be a bal
mile horse race by two of the beet
lady riders in the parish.
SMrs. Ora Powell arrived last week,
o a viskit to her relatives. Mrs.; Pow
ell has many friende in her old hOme
who are delighted to see her.
i WTIITE'SS. '
mEW's RIGEUR SHOES
If you want a SHOE that will give you. Five Dollars
worth of wear for.
the RIGEUR will come as near filling the bill as any
shoe on the market.
The White Sewing Machine
was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition.
We are Agents for these Machines, and have them at
$25.50 TO $29.50.
'Both White and Black know what it means to have a
Suit of Clothes or a Pair of Pants made to order by
these people. They give you the very best material,
and the way they put up a garment and fit you, is too
well known to require argument. WE ARE THEIR AGENTS.
Good quality, per Roll 40 yards, $7.75 to $12.50.
SMYRNA AND BRUSSELLS, 60cts to $6.50.
TAPESTRY AND CHENILLE, 75cts to $2.25.
IO WEB EY'S
IN HALF POUND AND POUND PACKAGES,
George jlshbridge's Grocery Store.
-- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street, - Lake Providence, La.
- )DEALER IN(
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Trunks, Valises, Clooks, &o.
A Pretty Line of Summer Goods,
Ladies' Shirt Waists, Skirts and Hats.
liGive me a call and I will endeavor to please you.
W. S. ASHlFORD & CO.,
-Office, 386 FRONT STREET,
We make a Specialty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
Brook's flue brass band of Vicks
burg, composed of ten pieces, has been a
secured for the three days of the fair.
This is the finest band in Vicksburg.
'rhe band will also furnish orcoestra
music for "The Last Loaf", to be placy
ed at the Oper House on the night of a
the 8th. c
The ladies of the Episcopal Church
have secured the restaurant privileges
at the fair, and will serve lunch and
meals at a reasonable price.
Is the time to
The best and finest grade
of animals that was ever
brought to this market.
Will guarantee every
animal. Call at the big
stables and take a look.
J. R. CALDWELL.
Lake Providence Bank
as furnished the State Examiner of
State Banks, at close of bus;ness,
Friday, Sept. 28. 1900.
Bills receivable .................. 5,77 .t
Real estate, furniture and fixtures 3.705.86
Over drafts ... . 16-2.41
Cash in safe and sight exchange.. 82.3a3.76
Profits ............. .............. 185.68
Surplus fund ................... 525.00
Unpaid dividends ............... 110 00
Depo t ......................... 56,2 .16
I, J. N. Hill, vice president, and J. W.
Tooke, Jr.. cashier. do hereby declare
that the above statement is true and cor
Sworn to and subscribed before me on
this the 4th day of October, 1900.
C. B. EGELLY, Notary Public.
Oct. 13, 1990,-4t.
One extra fine thoroughbred "South
Down" buck, price $10.
Eight extra fine "-South Down" grades
(bucks), price .1.00.
HARRY H. GRAHAM.
August 18, t.
"The Last Loaf," to be given by our
amateurs on Thursday night, Nov. 8tb,
will be for the benefit of Ed. Esparrow
cbspter of the Daughters of the Con
federacy. Next week we will give a
synuopsis of the play and the cast of
F. B. & C. E. DAVIS,
Don't sell your Cotton until you i
come to our office and see what it is
worth, and let us make you an offer.
We are experienced in the business, a
having worked for several years with ai
one of the largest cotton houses in
Texas, and for two season's in New Or
Orders taken for FPtre
a"'OFFICE in the Hamley new
brick building opposite Guenard's
Sifpot Oaseh Pa.id
for " CcoLon.
-Staples a Specialty.-
Give me a' call before
shipping Cotton. Guar
antee highest price.
Orders taken for Future
I OFFICE IiN B
anear of wasannaBiling.
SAM GALANTY FRED. GALANTY.
S. Galal & Bro.,
- DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
T""ru~l.. T7"alioes, Over SI2oes.
I"Everptfhing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
S. W. SMITH, JR., Prest. J. N. HILL, Vioe Prest. J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashle
The Lake Providence Bank,
l].ae 1Providoence. La..
CAPITAL STOCK, - - $0,000.
Deposits Received from $1 Up.
S. W. Sxrrl. JR., J. N. HILL. J. W. TooxKE JR.. E. J. HAMLET
PHIL MC(GUIRE. J. E. REYNOLDS, J. C. PITTMAN.
REOE1VES DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, BUYS AND SELLS
EXCHANGE, LOANDS MONEY AND TRANSACTS A GENERAL
aBank opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 4 p. m.
ligil R. J. BURNEY &( CO., fi
erinard B3ilding, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe, La.
- Dealere inu
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
1very ti.ing for I.adle.B
Elverythini~ for Gentlemnen
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
SiRWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M'CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Levy's Big Clothing Store,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
L rak Px*ovidenoe, : Louisiana,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choloest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Csgare and To
baoco. Keep on hand;. Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; L T. Rippey, exportal and reimported; J. E. Pepper, E
hand-made sour mash Bourbon;' Jockey Club, hand-madq sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Bobinson County,
pure Rye; Beeohwood, pure Rye.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H. 1
McBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jpgs, li
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most seleet
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No ex
tra chasrge for juga
TIlE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
, J S. G UENMARD, PRoPraTor
L-aa.e Street. Lsak.e Providence. Lua.
Thug$, Jedieineg, Ghemigal, patent .edicineg.
carries a ?bll lihe of Pairnts, Oils, lHarflistes,
Brtilles, Foliet Soaps, Perftrnery, Books, Iirne
gtatiornery ard Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
T•_. Old B.eliable GCrooery ZEu~ue
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~ds efFaloy Farpily G0CI-eies
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore wecan sell for a small profit.
Sonly when h~"
ill at ease in ill-fitting clothel
You will never feel that way if
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the best known Chica o Tailors. A Sor
RwAME. Come in and pick out the goods
yourself from the finest line of samples you
ever saw. You will win sure if you have on
one of these suits. The Fit and the Qiuality
are there. What more do you want if the
price is right ? We will see to THAT, and
you will get more satisfaction than you
IP YOU OOME EARLY
will get a shade the best of it, so do
delay. pass re
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We do all kinds of Job Work.