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THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL.
T. C. ROBINSON, EDITOR.
PU3LISHED EVRRY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Entered at the Post Ofice at Pickens as
"It is a great pity that the best
,nen in our county tid State will
iot, or cannot, come to the front.
their words and works are sorely
needod. By "best ien," we do
not mean "conservatives" or
Sheppard men-by any means.
'The hest, Tiillimanites are lying
back in Pickens counties and it is
so in many other counties. Most
any of us could select a very ac
ceptable ticket from the Tillman
fact io-certainly just, as good as
the couity affords for the public
service, and made so by their busi
ness integrity and great. foresight.
We shall have to find out sol'ne
other plin for bestowing public
office, inl order that the mantel
may fall upon the most worthy
shoulders. Since we have come to
expect and demand so much-of the
governmtent, we should conuiiiit.
its administration to lie wisest..
Unfortunately good polit.ical lead
ers do not make t1w best hbl1ic
oflicers. Do let the antis keep
quiet and let. the reforiers give
us the lbest they 111ve inl t heir
It. is gra i fiyiing to1 see how nerll
the Seitinel approiiches the line
ha1t, divides us, still it will not
r0ss. It. is it hopeful sign, that
.here 1r1e (iougli god men in the
l'illman faction to fill the oliees ac
lpt.ably to the conserv atives, Ve
.and always been under the im
ression, Uthait such a ithing was
im)possiblo and that, the conserva
lives wOere un1i14. i and liencelbly
abhiding thn-ir timie, bult no'. withl
the hopi of ever being stltisfied
with any ticket. sE'lected from the
Tillmaii fact ion. It. is indeed Ili
tyt hat some plan can not he adopt
ed "in order ialt the initt I may
fall ipon the most worthy shoul
ders.'' AS to County ollicers the
JoURNAL eni suggest. ioI better
pant t han the majority primary,
which the Reformers ado)t.ed. It
will not. (1 to go back to the pui
raulity primary, which the ring rule
crowd so successfully used in de
feating the will of the people. The
best. men according to the idea of
the Senitintel may not get oflice by
the majority phm~i in the primlary
bu11 t. is cert a inly thle firE st, giv-*
img every mani a ('litance to oflet
Ihis services5 (i C i oit y and1( lea v-.
uig I ie' matter to the dec'isioni of
hie ma~fj(rit y. W~E 'suspect, Ilit
thlE' conIservayt ives, sinice -the maui
d'rs, wanlt to reserve the righit t~o
say', ulpon whiose shiouldl(Ers it. shall
full1. Itf sutch wals conE~ceded'( to
thIEm.i ihe niExt 'htm would be for
a retlun Eof thl( matiiil, toi be0 worn
by the purlE' atuil immaculate ac
cord ing to thE cuistomts and trad i
tions5 ini vogue before the (lectionl
of Till1man and the practice of hit
*If any conservative desires to takt
stock in the nomination of thi
State ticket with the Reformers, I
way has beena providedl by the Re
form executive committee ; if tha
is not acceptable, then let the Re
formers alone and bring out a tick
et against the Reform noinee
for State oflices as was dlone ii
The Reformers will be glad tI
get recruits and to receive newv for
ces, but will not agree to dlisbami
mdc go pell-nmell into a free figh
imong thenmselves, with the con
servatives ready to jump on an'
man they choose.
Congressman LadSnerC's BHi.
Congresman Latimei is a har<
worker and stands to his post. H<4
has iuntroduxced several bills in Con
gress, which will benefit his con.
stituents, if ho is successful in get.
ing themn through in proper shape,
Ho is meeting with success with
his railroad bill as is shown by the
following from the report of the
proceeding~s in Congress:
"The Judicary Committee called
up and the House passed the fol
lowing: House bill to prevent in
terference with the collection of
taxe3 assessed by States, coun
ties, or mnunicipalities against a
railroad company, vacating juris
'diction of the United States
Court, over controversies aftecting
such tae, even though the debtor
corporation is operated by a re.
coxver or reeivera appointed by
said Umtted States Court. Honae
bill inctesaing the penalty for the
croime of embezzlemnent by dire..
tors, officers or agents of nattional
A n ~ainage. has been~ donke
DeumevCstl Clumb Meetlugs.
County Chairman Johnston has
called the Democratic clubs to
moot and reorganize on the 4th of
August and it is important that
every voter, both Tillinanito and
Conservative, should attend, as it
is the regular party orgrnization
and includes all factions of the
Democratic party, while the Re
form clubs, which were recently
organized, are composed only of
No Reformer should neglect to at
tend the meetings of the Demo
erattic clubs, so as to have a voice
in the election of the otiicers and
in the transaction of the business,
that may arise under the constitu
tion and rules of the party. The
president, secretary and other of
ficers of the clubs should exert
themselves to have a good attend
ance at. the meet-ings on the 4th
of August, so as to get a fair ex
prossion of the sentiment. and will
of the people ont the matters and
measures that inay Cone up for
consideration. They should im
ess upon the people il th0 colll
trV th! inport-alce of attlending
anird h aaving a V)iee inl the meetinig
Ho as to avoid( the necessity (f
lea ving everything to the people
in town to manage. 'The people
of ie coutary iight not be satis
fled and wvould have a p)or way
of helping themselves, after they
failed to be present, and lot every
thing go by the (lefault.
The following proceedings of
court woro crowded out last woek:
The only crinminal case left, for
trial and tho one in which th,(
most inltorost cLnterod was against
Harlston Chapman for libol. The
court room was crowdod from be
ginnig to 1nd with anl eager and
anxious audience. The manago
mont of tho otso was caroful and
adro it on both sidos and sparring
hogan immuediatoly after the Solici
tor put ill) his first witnoss. Mr.
B. A. Morgan was thoroughly pro
pared and contosted overy inch of
the ground with the Solicitor and,
boforo th( state Witnossos had all
LOstiiedl, had made a good showing
in bohalf of the defendanrt. It was
not our plonsuro to hear the
speeches of the attornoys, A
Blytho, and J. P. Caroy,I speaking
for the state, and J. E. Roggs am
Mr. Morgan for the (dofeondanit
but they are reported to have boom
slendhid efforts. Mr. Morgani
said toe have mado1( a veryflocih(
presentation of the facts and t<
have been at times grand in hi
eloquent alpeals to the jury. Th
charge of -Judge Gary was cloa
and1 fair, and the jury returned ii
a short time a verdict of not gull
In the Court of Common Ple
judgmont for foreclosure was roni
dered in the case of A. R. 1Hanrin
Administratrix against J o h:
In the case of A. Ahorcrombi
against J. W. Trhomas, the judy
mont of the Trial Justice was cor
firmed and the alppeatl dismissd.
The appeal of Georgo Cox vi
Pickens County was dlimisO<
and the judgmont of thre Trial Jui
' tico confirmed.
- Orders of reference wero passo5
a in the case of .Joab Alexander, 0
'I al. against George K. Hlendrix, e
al ; Tempy C. Stowart, et. a
>against Carrie J. Blalock, ot. a
- and P. A. Porter, (it. al. agaiml
i David Porter, et. al.
t A dlecroo of foreclosure wa
- made in the case :of Josse Cron
shaw against J. W. Blradlley.
In the case of .J. D). Smith vi
Jackson Cannon, tilt papors wor
I taken by the Judge and his (doci
sion will be rendered boreafter.
There wats a judgment of fore
closure rendered iln the case R. I
McCrackin against W. A. Barn
also in the case 0. H1. P. Fan
vs. Roboca 0. Crawford.
'rho Old Folks singing was.hok
at Mountain Grove, July 22d. A f
for three lessons in music, Rev. J
M. Stewart preached a very earn
est and forcible sermon.
After an intermission of one
haour the crowd assembled and the
evening was m~ost~pleasanatly spent
in service of song. An Old Folk's
musical associationl was organiizedl
and the following'~officers elected :
President, J. M. Porter; Vice Pre
sident, 3. M.'Duckworth ; Secreta
ry, E. J. Prince; Executive Comn
frnittee, A. W. Gravely, M. ID. Can
trell, Z. H. Smith, 3. T. Looper,
J- E. Gillespie, W. A. Porter.
' Any ehu~rch~ desiring the Associa
ion to m.t- with themi will notify
'bhe pros4, eeretary, or one of
the committe&. .
PULVERISED BY ELLERBE
[Continued from the outside page.]
quit the Alliance to make money
out of it."
Voico-"You want *to make
some too, don't you?"
The audience laughed heartily
at this and there were mingled
ories for Ellerbe and Evans.
IT IS NARROW MINDED.
Sonator Evans said that bofore
he would got up boro and appeal
to the prejudices of tho p)oplo and
try to array class against class I
would quit the race for Govornor.
I would not attmpt to put the
Reform movement on such a nar
row minded basis. It is in bad
taste for any man to try to got up
such a fooling. It is absurd to
talk about shutting a man cut bo
causo ho is not a farmer. Any
man can bo loyal to the Reform
cauHo no matter what his profos
sion or calling. You are fighting
for measuros and not mon. You
will voto for the man who will do
you the most good."
Voice-"We aro going to voto
As to Ellorbo's chargo that the
lawyors are eating all the pap,
Evans said that tno Logislaturo
had not olocted a lawyer to a posi
tion oxcept when one was noodod.
Evans proccoded to toll his "tator"
story on Ellerbo and said Ellorbo
is now trying to get the wholo bank
Voico-"I'll bot ho will got at
Evans asserted that no class of
mon have been truor to the Ro
form movement th an tho lawyors
who bolong to it. "I have no apol
ogies to make becauso I am a law
Evans said that Ellerbo had
shown bad tasto in jumping on
him at the Charleston mooting.
Ellerbo: "Oh I just touched yor
Evans told of tho insults show.
ered on him at the Chainristor
mooting and of how ie had acted
The audionce choorod him lustily
and one man shouted:
"You ought to have had some o
us wool hats down there to cloar
out that d-n gang."
Evans said that it ill-bocome
any man to try to'showv that h
(Evans) had not boen loyal to th
Voic-"You will b)o Governor,
Evaas saidl ho had hoon draw
into( this personal controverse
Sagainst his will. The1 pople d
not want it and do not care a sna
abOut it. They want to hear met
THEY LIKE TILE DISPEN
Senator Evans concluded with
warm and strong talk on the Di
-pensary, in line with what ho hi
saidl elsewhere. Common ting o:
the condtablo feature, Evans sai
those officers were called "Tillma
.Voico-"They will be Evar
.spies next." (Ohoors.)
Evains-"Yos, and we are goir
to have them." (Applause.)
SThe crowd was universally f(
tho Dispensary, andl backed Evam
up in every way.
TH''}E LION 0OF THE DAY.
T 'wo-thirds of the crowd did nc
Kwant to hoar anybody exceplt Till
jman, andl when he was introduce
a p~orfect whirl-wind of cheers an
t applause burst on the air. Th~
showeor which had threatenedt
(distribute itself earlier in the da
. got itself in shape about time th
Governor got readly and1( there wa
a race bottwoon them to soe whic
would got there first. The showc
Won andl tihe Governor finishoe
with the rain coming downm barc
'rTe Governor was b~areoode an
an umbirella was 1hold over him.
Somebody yilold Lto the Govoi
nor to give Butler bricks. Tht
Governor answoreod that he ha,
made Butler tired of throwin
IN A DELICATE POSITION.
Governor Tillman said that be
fore he began he would have ti
touch en some questions raiseod b
Evans and Elierbe.
ni.ce-"E', a will be Gover
The Gov~rumor said ho was in
lelicateo position. lie was some.
what in the position of a man with
two wives, each one claiming to be
the righ t wife, Hie was glad that
he possessed two such strong
friends as Ev'ans and Ellerbe, but
neither could say that ho was his
(Tillman's) candidato for Gover
nor. "Yo! have. Lot your eyea
open," said the (invernmor, "and
after they go round you can decide
between th em.". -
The Governor continued: "El.
lerbe says that 1 was in favof of an
early convention. Ho is mistaken.
I was in favor of a convontion but
not in favor of an early conven
Tfe Governor told why he was
in favor of a convontion. He said
that an 'effort was made last wook
to put that convention off but it
had failed. It would not havo
been right to havo changed front
in the faco of the onomy. Tho
Govornor said that ho had nothing
to do with the caucus which had
docided on tho convention and
was not present at it.. "I will ex
ovorato Ellerbe," said the Govor
nor, "from being prosent at any
caucusos in Columbia so far as I
"As to bringing out a candidato
for Govornor, I will simply stat6
this: Since last fall there has been
a donand for a farmor for Gover
nor. I iiever have claimed that
this is a class movemont. When
Ellorbo montioned this matter to
me, I asked him to name the farm
ors who were proposod for Gov
ornor. He namod soveral. I told
him none of thom would do. I
asked: "Why don't you run?"
Hie said his health was bad. I
told in if he ran I would hold
Voice--"I am going to vote
TillInan--"Well, if you are it
is all right, but don't say he is
my candidate or that Ellerbe is
mine. Voto for whichover you
think is the best mant. I will
be satisfied with either.'"
Tillman guyed Butler about
his new name (Uncles) for the
Reformers. He was now claim
ing kin with them to get their
Voice-"We are Tillman's un
The Governor then proceeded
to toll who the antis were. The
n tis had dressed in silks and
satins before 1890 and had dis
crininated against some of their
nephews. These nephews had
finally kicked against the way
their antis were dividing out the
property and rebelled. Now the
9 poor antis have no silks and are
a in a, bad fix. This humorous
e story of the Governor was met
,with shout after shout of ap
'" The Governor did not forget to
Y say somnoting about Butler.
0 He jumped on Butler for spendl
P mng last night at Allendlale
- "that nest,' as the Governor
calls it-- instead of coining to
During then last ten minutes of
a th overnmor's speech it had
Sbeen raining hard. The crowvd,
* however, like those wvhich had
" stood in~ the rain elsewhere,
dwould have stood there until
Snot a dry thread was left on a
man to hear Tlillman1 speak.
's BUTLER'S BAD LUCK.
Senator Butler was intro
g dlucedI with the water tailing in
torrents. Colonel Alixson held
ran umbrella over him. I under
a stand that the Senator had some
pretty juicy things to say to
Tlitiman if the rain had not shut
Shim oft'. I expect that he wvill
- turn them loose at Aiken to-day.
Butler (lid not speak over two
(I or three minutes. Referring to
e Tillman's story of the Uncles
0 and Antis, lhe said that Tillman
7 dloes not want peace. Hie can
e not live in clear' water but has
a to keep the stream muddy to ex
rButler was occasionally inter
1ruptedl by loud c:heers for Till
The camp)aign party left here
this afternoon for Aikin, to
morrow's place of meeting.
ISome of the campaigners will
rstop at Altendale until to-mor
General Rich bourg wvent to Do
-mark to spi'nd the night with
his friomjd Rowell. editor of the
Denmark TIimes. 1AIr. Rowvell is
,the first Reform editor who
nominated General Richbourg
for Adjustant General.
WV. W. PRICE.
troub~led with Nenradla anid Rhmenatis,
hIs stomach was disordered, his8 Liver
was aftected to an alarm~ming degree, aippe
lite fel away, anid lhe was terribl,' reds.
cod In flesh and-strengh. T1hre e oIes
ef Electric Hitte~iracred him.
Edward Shepherd,h1,rrishne*i, Ill., had
a runin~g sore on la leg of eight years'
atandhIag. U~sed t~re bolttles' of ElIetic
BIttera anid sOeen boxes of flucklen's Arnl
ca Salvo, and hIs leg Is soiud andu well,
John $peaker, Catawbua, 0., had lIve large~
Feiver sorea oh hIs leg, dloctor4s anId his
was Incurable. One bottle ElectrIe. Ibi
tors and one b~ox tekler's A rnica 8ualve
enred him ointlrely. McI I by' Osborpe &
Klrkaoa. and W. 'i'. Mcrall. l'lchesati, i
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE WORK CONTINUED
FROM LAST WEEK.
The following were appointed
managers for the coming Primary,
August 28th, 1874:
For Pickons C. H.-J. K. Kirk
soy, James A. Griffin, Irvin H.
Easley-William Ellis, A. R.
Hamilton, J. T. Lathem.
Liberty-J. M. Jamison, W. E. N
Griffin, E. B. Rijchardson.
Central-T. C, Martin, T. B.
Arnold, J. N. Hopkins.
Six Mile-N. R. Kennenore, Al
len Stewart, Aaron Garrett.
Prater's Crook-C. G. Lewis, E.
M. Bolding, J. M. Garrett.
Hurricane-Oscar Stewart, J. L.
Thomas, P. J. Mauldin.
.Eastatoe-John W. Thomas, A.
A. Alexander, Daniel Winchester. i
Pumpkintown-Alonzo E d e n s, m
D. F. Sutherland, E. F. Keith.
Dacusville-George Looper, H.
A. Robinson, J. A. Robinson.
Foster's Store-W. 0. Singleton,
W. N. Hughes, J. P. Robinson.
Cross Plains-O. T. Jones, N. K.
Smith, Will Lathem.
B. J. JOHNSTON, Pres.
JoHN T. Boaas, Sec'ry.
Confederate Survivors' Meeting.
The twelfth annual meeting of
the Gist Rifles, (Company D,)
Hampton Legion, Survivors' Asso
ciation, will be hold at William
ston, S. C., Friday, 3rd of August,
1894, at 11, a. in.
A full attendance is expected,
and all Confederate Veterans of
other commands are cordially in
vited to bo with us.
N. B.-Bring your wives, sons
J. L. MAULDIN, Sec.
Anderson, S. C.
I. W. PlcKENs, President.
TIhe Twelve Mile Ninaging Associa
Will meet, with the Concord Bap
tist church on the fifth Sunday in
this month and Saturday before.
The different s u n d a y s c h o ols,
churches and singing classes will
please send delegates, as it the
time to elect officers for the in
coinig year. Let everybody be
presen t at 10 o'clock Saturday with
their hooks and their dinner Ik s
kets well-filled, for the canidida s
will be there.
E. MI. BoWnING, Ch'm.
It Shoaald Ble iia Every IIouuse.
J. B3. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not bc with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
that it curedl hu. wife who was threat.
ened with Pneumonia after an attack
of "La Grippe,'' when various other
remedies and several physcians had
done her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good thani anything lhe ever* used for
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free Trial Bottles at WV. T. Mc
Fall, Pickens S'. C. Large bottles
500. and *1.00.
Go to Cox & Soiglor for bargamne
in stoves, tin ware, crockery, or
anything in their line, their goods
are marked down 25 per cent.
Prof. .T. M, LOOPER will teach Classqes in
Music; the Course of Instrutionrs will con
sist of Voice Culture, Lighlt singing, Prac
tiee of Chnrch andl suday school Muisic.
Trermis of Tuition for ten days as follows:
students in the elementary Itarmnony
class, - - - - $1.50 each.
Adults not in Harmony class, 1.00 "
ChIldren from 12 to 15 years of ages 75 "
C'hildreni 12 years and younger, 50' "
All pmrivate and instrumenetal Ies
50ons, 25 "
Fwill be pleased to fill orders
for FIIUIT TREIEs, GRAPE VINEs,
STRAWBERR1Y PLANTS and ORINA
MENTAL Su'nRUBEY. 1 am A-n
for E. L. Taylor's Nursery,whc
IS locatedl two and a half miles
South of Greenville, and which
is filled with Trees and Plants '
suited to this climate. .t
I have been in the business 'for
fifteen years and will help you
select Fruit adapted to this cli
mate, and the location of thme or
chard. J. M. TEAOUJE,
July 19---3m Dalton, S. C.
I NTlEiINA . ItIEVE~NUMI HJitVICE,
I IITRir oF. HoUTHn (.A toLINA,J
i)epumty Collector's Office.
EAstJv, S. C Jluiy 2, 1804.
Thie fol lowing describe-d priopiert.v hav,
lng been seizod for violation of thme United
Stat~es I nternal Ileveniue laws, no01ice is
hereby given thamt, the owner or elnimant
imnfy recover )ionse$RiOnt of thme anmm by
giving a satisfac tory bonud to the Collec~
tor of .the Dist,rt of $outh Croinnm
withini thirty days31 from thle (late hereof;
otherwise tihn property will he declare!d
fort eited to t he lI ni ted States:
Ono Bay Horso Mulo,
Oneo Road Clart and Harness.
Alhout 10G allons of Corn 'Whis
Sized as thioproporty of Joff' E
Wloodl and James Toagu0.
4 r n . oi nz ', e
Vill offer for Thirty days the fol
Suits at a terrible
Lot 1, 87 Suits, '34 to 42, at $12.50. 1N
Ald for loss than $16.50 and many of n
Lot 2, 12 Suits,.84 to 42, at $10. Thie
This we beliove
,ver made in Clothing in Greenville.
rics and made by the best tailors that
ih. . A few minutes spent in examinati,
ieans a sale. g "' Come and see thezn
Main and Washi
May 24, 1894.
We carry at all times, a stock of dil
3OPPER, GALVANIZED and PLAID
ac., and are prepared to do all kind
tEPAIRING, from putting a bottom
out and out elaborate articles and ve:
Our prices are always as low as cc
,ood work. Don't have work of this
r Galvanized Iron until you come to
When you~ want a COOKING STOV
DLMO, and LIBERTY, and come to a
Frsoin okn. , t o iy 1 . isK
FOR THE PHOLKS. of I3
~ 2 ce
VIR, EDITOR : ,witl
We are never out of Soap- chef
now is the time to use Soap-- of ?
avery body needs Soap, and he
'iearly every one uses more or T
less Soap. See what we have ly a
E1ine Toilet Soaps. "de
Cheap Toilet Soaps. I
White Castile Sop. Tob:
Shaving Soaps. lUts
Laundry Soaps. a
Jarbolie Disinfecting Soaps. nu
Ball Potash, to make sof sars
soap. (though we neCver pre-C
end to Soft Soap anybody wax
Towels, Brushes, Combs, '
Perfumery, F'ace Powders,
for hot weatheri.
EF Call and see~ us,
W. T. McFALL.
July 1st, 1894.
LEE P. ORR, .,
REEMAN BUILDING, PIcKENs, 5. c. wlhere
Anut now ready to do all kinds of work in~ dealer
line. Instimntaneous process anid fliish
:t ricms pssb. frfrt-ls ok B. P
[IT ]ST cGr
lowing lots of Fine Frock
one of this lot has ever been
em at $20 and $25.
lot wais sold-from $15 to $16.50
'ho Goods are. of the finest fa
cut goods perfsat in fit and fin
n. bf these numbers we think
ngton Streets, Greenville, 8. C.
ferent sizes and weights of
i SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN,
s of Sheet Metal Work and
in a Coffee Pot to making
isels in the above metals.
n be made consisteni with
kind done, nor" buy Copper
aision House, Greenville ).C.
. - r
E remember th
.it~le dops o waiter, httlbe garinsl
y ing you~pd Wbuy of me, onde tes
0 suo ehfsu ak the -dey olblr
Vr ahle, forrinstnclH e ssea
sY ISaRckin, the 1cs oro c:,
5tl papers of Pintfr c, tlorainpa
feedle fo&c., alknwys realat
yptine Beutbyf Laes and 1 and
ntsopetyard. Men' thirtothe
ind for, cens-thne, .1.5 skind
s cllarskndth cuff, sefor aneve
romapns oxfords thra worl 5bea
repe at~ $1.5, ralare.ie A t
iese Butl aesNs t1 ton2
bargai. fyou Mcan Shuse, thet
prce fore re0l lens-thg$.50kn
Sollr athem-furst for a even
If anys axfreef thay oul bfmy2
have abut200 Shbs, o to-ad
bara. If yoinnue thes oen
proit ate r0 elly leaing.av
ir1 of loig sht. Dnforgetic
haour andbood 20Clsoffhe-deSgr
20 cent Molasses, and Hood's
-lparilla at 85 cents.
tunt up thie little man-he wants
trade-bring me CORN, BE~s
1IONEY, CuicKE~Ns and Eacs.
T. 0. HARRIS.
~. L DOUCLAS
3 S HOE N.'."U".AKI
$% 2.WeYs~ 0 OL IN
SEND FOR CATALOGUG
an gave mtone by purchastag W. L.
i.se io a in th orld n uacrantee
prob t tects you agat chigh
and the tuiddicimn's proflts. Our shoes
cusetoin work in style, easy fittIng and
at0 loer ,ricea (or the value gven thats
bcr nmake. Take nso substitute. If your
cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
r". McFall, Plckens, S. C.