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THURSDAY, MAT 17TH, 1&8$.
BY DEININGER & BUMILLER.
—Mr. John W. Foote left us on Mon
day for Joliet, 111. Hope lie may do
—Our townsman Henry Miller has
resumed his old position as foreman in
the Logansville Foundry.
—Money sold for 16 percent premium
at tho meeting of the B. & L. Associa
tion on Monday evening.
—Union county already lias two can
didates for Prothonotary—W. O. Shaf
fer and Joseph A. Kreamer.
—Eight prisoners in the Bellefonte
jail—but not one from this part of the
county as far as we know.
—Splendid Marriage Certificates,Con
firination Certificates, Baptismal Cer
tificates, at the Journal Store. tf
—Bellefonte expects to have a big
Fourth of July celebration under the
auspices of the U inline Fire Company.
—The"Meyer Philharmonic Society"
will meet ftr„ rehearsal in the M. E.
church,Miilfieiui, on Saturday evening.
—Eastern Kansas had a fearful storm
on Monday attended with considerable
loss of life and destruction of property.
—We Jeaffi with regiet that Mr. Phil-
lives with Mr. Snook,his
son-in-law, is confined to his bed by
—The comer stone for a new chnrch
to supercede the old Hay's church be
tween tlartleton and Miflliuburg, is to
be laid next Sunday.
—A lot of beautiful Photograph and
Autograph Albums, Fine Writing Pa
per and Stereoscopic Views, just receiv
ed'at the Journal Store.
-Mr. Felix Bnrkholder, an old and
prominent citizen of Potter township,
residing at Centre Hill, departed this
life on Monday the 7th instant.
—Our friends J. S. McCarger and
John 11. Kreamer are actively engaged
in the tree business with headquarters
for the present at Xittany IIHII.
—Since landlord Musser made the
start, Mr. Tomliuson and Mr. Campell
have also put up street lamps. This
shows the power of good example.
—Whileattempting to mount a wagon
the other day Squire Keifsnyder sprain
ed his ku'ce pretty severely. He suiters
considerable pain and some lameness.
—Jeweller P. 11. Musser has chang
ed, rearranged and improved the inter
ior of his Jewelry Store, to keep pace
with the progress of tilings in general.
—There will be a meeting of the Cen
tre County Pomona Grange, at Centre
Ilall, Tuesday, May -29 th hist ant.
James A. Keller,
—The name of John Kline was ad
ded to the list of Bellefonte lawyers at
last court. It is a plain substantial
name and tie owner is said to be no
jess so. '
Dr. W. P. Ard has located at Wood
ward to engage in the practice of medi
cine. He is highly spoken of as a phy
sician and has already secured a fair
—The Pennsylvania senate passed a
bill to fori id minois visiting billiard
saloons. The senate might have gone a
step further and made tiie law to apply
to majors also.
—On Saturday morning we had a
rather heavy frost,and very cool weath
er all tlve time since, yet it seems that
fruit trees now in very prolific bloom
were uot much injured.
—Miss Jennie E. Bright, of Aarons
burg, was elected Treasurer of the Wo
men's Missionary Society of the Synod
of Central Pennsylvania, at its recent
Annual meeting at Lock Haven.
—Mr. 11. J. Boyer, the wide awake
agent for the White Sowing Machine
Company, wa3 in town last week. Jim
Is a capital agent, clever, sicial fellow
and always in the best of humor.
—The appraised value of C3ntre
county is nearly $11,000,001, but the
real value is at lenat $25,000,000. If
one fellow had it all he ought to ba a
ble to live and help the poor besides.
—Theannual meeting of The State
Constitutional Temperance Association
will be held in BelWonte next Wednes
day. Will the valleys send delegate# or
is the cause either sleeping or dead ?
—lsrael Erb is dissatisfied with the
action of the Board of Pardons. He
wanted a clear, entire pardon and noth
ing else. But Israel should consider that
the board is probably dissatisfied with
—Yes,j r es— Y aw,yaw,brother Schoch
we underst and about the "copying.''
But we are ashamed of your "Deitch."
Don't wiite "fershtey" but e
then we versteh exactly what you want.
—Mr. Edward Kreamer, of Boals
burg, was here last week to visit the
friends and scenes of lus youth. Of
the former he found but few,and in the
latter many changes have taken place
since the time we used to pi ly together
as boys. Yes truly, everything is
changing, and people themselves are
passing away. Life is but a shadow.
—A man named Thomas Stafford
thinks he his discovered a silver, gold
and zinc mine, as well as an extensive
cave, near Lock Haven. A joint stock
company are already talked of. Hope
there may bo millions in it.
—Look at Mrs. Weaver's Spring An
nouncement in another column, and do
not fail to heed her invitation to call at
her shops 011 Perm street. She has the
best Millinery establishment in this
valley and don't you forget it.
—Don t get excited about the IN ID
rail read—the symptoms are not so
dangerous just yet. Don't talk about
fancy prices for property,high rentsaiul
big factories—please don't. "Bis not
good for health,either individual or gen
—l3:other VanOrmer, of the demo
crat. gave us a short call—too short to
do either of us much practical good—
-011 Friday. We want it distinctly un
derstood that from this time on we will
not put up with any such visits. Un
—The big steam flouring mill at
Lewisburg is now under contract. It
is to be 100 by 50 feet in siz\ four stor
ies high, fi;st class 111 all respects and
to have a capacity of 2 '0 barrels a day.
The company expect to have it com
pleted and miming by Sept. Ist.
—lhof. Meyer is awakening
among the Centre county singers in
furtherance of tho inus'cal jubilee, to
be held in Solinsgrove —Mitfl nburg
Yes, hmthtr Sehocli, that's ex ictly
what Prof. Meyer is doing and doing
OUT AT COST.— Dry
Goods, Notions, llats, Shoes, llools,
Carpets, Tinware, Hardware, Canned
Fruit, Lubricating Oil,St one Crockery,
and a large variety of genera* merchan
dise—all at closing oat prices. Pro
duce taken in exchange.
. J. W.ST AM.
—The ladies of the Evangelical con.
gregation will meet on Friday evening
for the purpose of organizing a nute so
ciety. Such auxiliary societies are iin
portaut helps to congregations, not on
ly in a financial way but in rfeany re
spects, and they should be more gener
—J. A. Lunbert is really one of the
most accommodating and reliable fel
lows that ever drove a stage. Through
out the year he carries a very large a
rnount of express goods all .along the
route, and delivers them in person.
Everything is always right and his
charges are really moderate. You can
safc-ly entrust our business to him.
DEINFNGER & MUSSEP row have the
largest stock of maible woik and the
fullest assortment of monuments and
headstones ever displayed in Centre
county. They keep the best stock,
make the most tasty designs and sell at
the lowest prices. Facts aie facts, 2t
NOTICE— The subscriptions taken
at the dedication of the Lutheran
church at Mttllheim are now due and
payable. The committee is in ueed of
funds to complete the church. Sub
scribers are kindly solicited to come to
their help. Finance Committee.
—On Tuesday the sad news readied
here that Judge Kunkle had suddenly
died on Monday night. The judge had
been engaged in planting corn on Mon
day but began to feel unwell and had to
quit work before evening. lie took to
bed and grew worse and before morn
ing the vital spark had fled. Further
particulars relating to the Judge's
death we did not loam.
—Don't fail to read J. Tt. Smith &
Go's readjusted advertisment in anoth
er column. Tiiis firm has a widely
spread reputation as enterprising busi
ness men, and their 1 lrge trade is con
stantly ou the increase. They have the
largest business house in Milton an d
their stock of house furnishing goods is
hardly exceeded this side of Philadel
phia. Whether in the line of Furni
ture, Carpets, Pianos, Organs, Sewing
Machines, China and Silverware, they
can all classes of customers, be
cause they have all grades and kinds of
goods. Doing business on sc large a
scale their prices are of course low be
yond competition in this part of the
state. Oar readers who need any thing
in the seyeral lines kept by this large
house will do well to call and examine
their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
—Our gingers of Aarons'ourg, Ile
berburg, Milllieira and the several vi
cinities held their second meeting at
Aaronsburg on Saturday evening and
organized into an ass •ciation called the
MEYEK PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
The following officers were elected :
President—ltev. Z. A. Yearick ; - Vice
President—Hon. J. G. Meyer ; Secre
tary—K. A. Butniller ; Treasurer—l>r.
John F. Harter ; Conductor—Prof. \V.
T. Meyer. The President on taking
the chair made a few well-chosen re
It was agreed to have reheirs.ils 011
Thursday and Saturday evenings of
each week alternately at Aaronsburg
It i 3 the purpose of the society to at
tend in a body the Grand Musical Ju
bUee at Selinsgrove, June 12th to 1 sth,
and the see-etary was instructed to cor
respond with Chairman Potter, in ref
erence to boarding for the members of
The music books and ODe singer's
ticket good for the entire week of the
jubilee can be bad from the secretary,
R. A. Bumiller, upon the payment of
! —Dr. Win. F. llcngst, of Haiti more,
soil of Rev. B. Ilengst, of this place,
paid his father a visit last week and
! the two gentlemen called at the JOUR
NAL otlice. The doctor is a regular
practitioner in said city, a man of line
social and conversational qualities and
altogether a thoroughbred gentleman.
Ilope lie may soon come again.
—At the annual election held on the
7th inst.,the following were the otllcers
and directors elected for th*' Lewisbiug
and Tyrone It. 11. Co. : President,
Strioklan 1 Kueass ; directors, (1. It.
Roberts, Edmund Smith, Wistar Mor
ris, Eli Slifer, J as. P. Coburn, S. C.
Stewart; secretary and treasurer, James
—We call the attention of our read
ers to the new advertisement of Harris'
Millinery, Notion and Variety Store at
Lewisburg. It is a just splnulul place
to buy especial'/ for ladies. If anv one
understands to suit ladies in the line of
hats and furnishing goods generally,
firs. Harris does, and you will 11 nd
prices prabablv lower than at any other
similar establishment in this part ot
the state. If you go to Lewisburg by
all means visit Harris' store. 2t
—The Susquehanna Clasais (Reformed
Church) ni'H in annual session at Centie
II ill yesto;div evening ti onlinue ov
er Sunday. Tho body consists ol* six
teen ministers and as many delegate
elders. Subjects relating to tho inter
est of the church in general and to mis
sionary and Sunday School work in
particular, will be largely discussed
The sessions are of course open to all
and are usually very interesting to all
who desire the progress and prosperity
of t he church.
—The "Centre Building and Loan
Association of Ilellefonte" was f lly
organized on Friday the 4th inst. The
following are the officers : James A.
Beaver, President, L. L. Brown, Vice
President, Geo. L. Potter, Secretary
and J. P. Harris, Treasurer. Adam
Iloy, A. J. Cook, Chas. Smith, Geo.
Valentine, J. A. McClain and E. S.
Dor worth are the directors and E. M.
Blanclmrd Solicitor. The Secretary
gets a salary of Si >O, Solicitor, .<l2 ,
Treasurer, SIC. The Association has
1070 shares of stock rtsbcribcd and
starts under favorable auspices.
THE SLEEPERS INCUR SILENT CITY.
—Mr. Wm. T. Auinan the other day
took the census of Millhtim Cemetery
with the following result : Number of
graves with monuments or headstones
(NOTE— There may he nearly as many
more without aiy mark to identify
them. — Ed.)
Number of deaths under ten years oil
44 between ten and twenty " 9
44 44 twenty and thirty 44 5
41 44 thirty and forty 44 <
4 4 44 forty and fifty 44 8
44 44 fifty and sixtv 44 5
44 44 sixty and seventy 44 10
44 44 seventy and eighty 44 13
4 4 44 eighty and ninety M -1
Average age of each, 28 years 8
months and 7 days.
Truly—"Life is but a narrow span."
—We learn from the Milton Econo
mist that Governor Pattisou has con
sented to deliver the opening address at
the* Central Pennsylvania Musical Ju
bilee to be held in Selinsgrove June 12,
13, Hand 13. Extensive preparations
are being made lor the entertainment
of the large concourse of people who are
expected to be present. The site has
been selected for the 4t Jubilee Taber
nacle," and work on it will soon com
mence. Jt will be a large building
with seating capacity for a chorus of 1,-
000 persons on the stage and an audi
ence of 3,000 or 4,000. Societies rue be
ing organized all over this part of the
state to rehearse jubilee music and to
take part in the great choruses to be
rendered on that occasion.
IIOW PEOPLE LOVE TO PE SWIN
DLED. —Last week a scamp went
through this portion of the county tak
ing ordeis for fine dress goods and car
pets, whi jh he offered at ridiculously
low prices. For instance ho promised
to furnish 24 yd*, of good carpet for
$1 00 cash pud SI.OO more when the
goods'were delivered ; a good dress was
the same price. lie showed no sam
ples, but freely used the namos af all
the well known pcrsjns in the neigh
borhood, as having given bun orders.
Strange to say we have heard of several
instances where lie t4 took orders" and
the dollar. It seems almost incredible
that any one should be taken in by any
of these swindles, but this is the
most ridiculous, we have yet recorded.
The "ordered goods" have not yet been
received. — Blo'tmjidd Times.
NEW RAIL ROAD.— Calvin M. Ilayes
has been appointed by the people of
Ilartleton to look out the route for the
new railroad and report to the compan
y. The probabilities are that the road
will run directly through Ilartleton and
on through the narrows. This will be a
boss tiling for this yalley and we think
that the route will be as good a one as
can be had. Keep the ball rolling. —
Mr. Hayes passed through Millheim
on Friday and in conversation with
some of our citizens assured them that
if the old JShunU route through tho nar
rows and along the base ot Brush
Mountain north of Aaronsburg, Mill
heim, Penn llall, Spring, on to Leuiont
would proye to be tho shortest route it
would certainly be adopted by the
"company." Mr. Hayes' special busi
ness was to see whether an outlet could
be had from Leraont to Martha Fur
nace and on to Dußois, and Punxataw
ny. Well—we will see what we will
, —Hon. James Macmanus, the fa her
, of the Cent re county bir, died at his
I home, Belli fonte, Saturday tho sth
in st., in the 70th year of Ida age.
In his younger years Mr. Macmanus
was a prominent and successful lawyer
and politician. In 1820 he was ap
pointed District Attorney for Clear
field county and 1 iter abo for Centre
county, which Mice ho hold for many
years finally declining a reappointment.
In 18-11 lie was elected to the Legisla
ture and took a prominent part in the
tan ill resolutions -f IS4J. In 1842 Mr.
Macmanus declined a ic-election, but
was nominated and elected again in
Did, In 'lt lie again declined a renomi
nation and retired from public lile, but
continued to manifest great interest in
i Mr. Macmailiis was a member and
regular attendant of the Presbyterian
church until old age and frailty prevent
ed hiui from going.
fi m <> Joffl,
Aos. 317 A 31* ARCH ST.,
RATESREPUCEjIOS2.CO PER DAY.
The traveling public will .still ifind at this
Hotel tlie s.nne liberal provision for their com
fort. It is located in tins immediate centres of
busbies* and places of amusement and tlie dif
ferent Kail-Ku ul depots, as well as all parts ot
tlu elty, are easily accessible by Street Curs
Constantly passing tie* doors. It oilers special
Inducements to liiose visiting the city for busi
ness or pleasure.
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Jos. M. Foger, Proprietor.
SPRING MILLS ITEMS.
Cold and inclement weather.
Itev. Puriii.nn Adams will preach in
the M. E, Church Sunday morning.
Prof. Smith's Academy and Miss
Clara Guise's school are both well at
Mr. C. F7 Ilentiich & wife and Mr.
J. A. Ilaines left for Illinois to visit
"the children" and probably to look out
for nomcs for themselves.
What aie our veterans going to do a
bout decorating the graves of our fallen
heroes ? The day is fast approaching.
Items are scarce. SAM PATCH.
On fhc 7th inst.. In Miftlinb-.trg, Mrs. Mary
Wl'li iek, aged ss years, 0 months and 2 lays.
On the 2.">lh ult., ut the residence of her son-in
law.Hew W E Pet\r eller, Lew is burg, Mrs. Mary
S M.tueU, of New Iter,in, in the i>*t!i year of her
On the Ist last , in Porter township, Clinton
county, Mr. lieHiiian, aged 6i years, 11
months and 2<5 days.
.<llll heim >tnrket,
Corrected every Wednesday
Wheat, old, i.oi
new, No. ♦ e
44 44 No. i 75
Hour . r ,.on
Br.ui ASlioitn,]Wi ton tO.(K)
Salt,per Brl 1..<0
Plaster, ground 9.50
Cement, per bushel 45 to .">0
Cloverseed F. 50
COAL MARKET AT COBURN.
Ekr Coal *'>.2s
Stove 44 5.25
l'ca by the ear load 3.40
Noxt Door to JOURNAL Store, Main Street,
D. 11. MINGLE,
Physician & Surgeon,
Oflllce on Main treet,
JOHN F. II ARTER,
Office opposite tlic Mlllheim Banking House,
MAIN STREET, MILLIIEIM, PA.
Orphans' Court Business a Speciality.
TTTM. C. IIEINLE,
Practices in all the courts of Centre county.
Special attention to Collections. Consultations
in Gorman or English.
C. T. Alexander. C. M. Bower.
Oflice in Carman's new building.
J. A. Beaver. •*. W. Gephart.
JgEAYER & GEPIIART,
Office on Alleghany Street, North of High Street
For Union and Centre Counties.
Wo have just bought for Cnsh tlic entire Stock of one of the Inrgrgt
J Retail Sio'rru in Central New York for about one quartor the value. The
Stock consists in part as follows :
LADIES' AMD CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
THE FINEST LINE OF HOSIERY EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN THE OODNIY.
Buttons, Gloves, Corsets, Ribbons, Pocket
, Books, Hair Switches, Jewelry, Ladies'
Muslin Underwear, Infant's Rotei,
& Cloaks, Children's Presses,
and an endless variety of other goods which- we dan not enumerate, bit
will sell them equally as cheap as wo them, and tljo.se who wish to
get any of the above at about
HrOIS QUARTER THE VALUE 21
will please call early as they w ill be disposed of veiy quick.
FCS*\VE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR USUAL STOCK OF
HATS AND BONNETS,
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED,
FOR LADIES, MISSES s CHILDREN.
Bras Trimmiilt and other Fancy Goods in endless mrielj at j
Market Street, Lewisburg, Pa. I
■ M 1
Boots &; ESH^DJS"
LOOE HAVEN - , PA
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE t RETAIL GROCERS,
Rod the largest stock in (ho
143 MAIN STREET,
TIIE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clot hing.
45 MAIN STREET,
ALLEGHENY Sr., BELLEFONTE, PA.
O. G. McMILLEN,
Good Sample Room on First Floor. Free
KMSS to and from all trains. Special rates to
witnesses and jurors.
(Most Central Hotel In the city.)
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK IIAVEN, PA.
GoodfCanmlc Rooms for Commercial Travel
ers on first floor.
D. H. Hastings. W. F. Reeder.
HASTINGS & IIEEDER,
Office on Allegheny Street, two doors east of
tlic oftlce occupied by the late firm of Yocuiu &
■Pi Hi STOVEI,
Flour & Feed,
RHIGHEST ri.MIIF.EF, ruici: ALWAYS
K full SUPPLY of RIOTER and SMU'UI
ways on hand and sold at the lowest price „
jKVCnaI kept under roof tit all seasons of
**irThe iHtV'e i> itronage respect fully solict- !
: D. H. lhim;
MANUFACTURER AND DEXL.Kit IN
j Chamber Suits, Bureaus; Lounges,
Bedsteads, Stands, Marbte-T>p Centre
. Tables, Breakfast Tables, Lining |
_ Tables, Extension Tables, Sideboards, j
Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni-1
ture, Cane or Wood Seal Chairs. ' j
Rockets, Spring Bcdf, Wire, Wool and
• Hair Matresses, every style of Mould
ings for Picture Frames. Frames of
any sizo made to order. .
Undertaking a Speciality.
1 keep a complete line ot undertak
er's goods always on hand.
J j A share of public patronage re
spectfully solicited. 00-Gw
Wnrrnntrrt the irmt perfect
Fertiliser Drill In exlutmee. Send for Cir
cular, A. B. CAKqi IMK, York, l*n.
A. B. FABQUFAR, Ttrk Ft
Cheapen aud b-at for *ll pur* *y > *'B|^|i TTr *~ t .
pop-, —i:ltnpl f strong and div IMVHM
lor Illustrated CaUdogna
Vertical Engines,wti er
I f so without r* -
\M r " nTon, * nt "mnomlra| f3riK- B? £ P
j FAHQUHAR SEBAEATOtS
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6 n.i t "*/
mt lIlD* nßrij- fC-%5&3 -* 2 ci 3
|.ls, ceo- - '/ L-,
• nomtralend perietltu UMS. It-Mcauwgnuu clout.
It ready lor market A" 4111
| B. TARQCITAB, Tor It, Pa.
• m&7SAB EIYSTOBE COBB PLIITZ3
Wtmuil"4 liio beotrorn Hropier sn-1 ir o't
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A LIGNT RUHMIKG, EASY RIDIK&,
Two Whsslc4 ¥eh'sele.
made anil il a LCYT Trici
ABOVE ILLUSTRATION RErRESDiTS oun ITo. 3
on Pat.k Cxtt.
Wstgkiag frcs: 90 to 130 lis. Fri:*: fron tj o*o.
9*Flrst-Clac la every re-yet. and every
body like* them. Bmd for liiuttrdtoi Price hut.
BRADLEY & CO.,
h KOTZD OM SAYSs
Int. 'i'Lvrr:— Dear Btrt Vit ten yt-sts I bt-vo
been n m:r:ji to Dyrper-.ia, Coaetipaljon end
JPiUa. l.ul erring vour Fi!k*ercr**eoTTißientlel
torae; J nM>d them (Nut withlittle Saitb). lam
new it well m.tii, liavo pood appctila, dixe-'.ioa
pei feet, rwmlar cteols piles ,r , ami I have
Sined forty ponnds solid flesh. Ih yarc worth
eir weieht m poi.l.
its**. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
A TORFiD LIVER.
1.-.*aof Appet!te.yaugt*a,B rtvels ooatlvo,
Paintntba Mcadi. vrlrh~a dull s^stsattoa
fnthe back pnrt.lvain
blftA ,' fuUnm after oaunr, with adit
inclinai ion to enetttoa oif bo3y t r latod,
Irritab .1 y < t' U mpffr, Low tyrita, Lcii
i i v. - ' .: 1 :> !>• ;ir.>-c i J >;. it (tnc
fln.it vir j of thokeext, Pete '■hsforotbe
fyt, Yellwr BHSI lto.iflac?ir'l~^tcs'.l'"S t
ltesa colored UncA
UTd e.sy. W AR\INGB AslE UKKSEJJED,
StkiCliS D'StASf.S W!!.l. T.l C'.VELGPtJ,
XUIT S Pi'. Li areMtKtlaliy ftlnp'et! I >
rnull rases. on<f tlnse effect erucli a chani. i
Tiytlift < !y r. irly. awl yon tr;il
pain e Itael'itv Ekcsiiou, \ i;;orou4
lkfly. Pi're IPostl.Slion ; TYcrve*. KI:1
a bosuid l.it tr. * l' icu 2* CciUS.
<-: dee. :* i V-.rray -'1..7 Y.Y.
Gray Unlrnjrt.T VTtiiskcrs che;iittl to r
; Glossy tdacii by a Hlngle nppii:ailou o*
this l>c. K imp*rta a natural color,
j mts liioaninmoiisly. l.v I>risr—
I gl>:s,or tentliy on rwript ofkl*
V.tlkc, a.Y Mulmy St.. Aetr 1 oik.
f DK.Ti'TT Ji *iANl'Al.ofV:nftMe\
. Informtitinnand Rccelpls-vrill I
KfV.v,n amilUction. /
. IT IS NOT ONLY THE BEST
HADE, BUT IT IS THE LIGHT
EST-BUNNING, QUIETEST AND
SIMPLEST IN THE MARKET.'
IT 13 THE ACME OF PERFECTION IN
j WORKMANSHIP AND PRINCIPLE.
PROTECTION TO DEALERS;
MATNTENANCEOF GOOD RETAIL PRICES;
Ko PROMISCUOUS SCATTERING QF
"WHOLESALE PRICES. > %l
POB PAHTIOtJLABS ADDBESS -.3
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