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    Joe Karter, left, and Fred Karter, right, pose for a portrait at their liquor store, Joka's Discount Beverages on Front Street in Waterville on Thursday.

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    A man crosses Temple Street with a garbage can as Temple Street Tavern stands on the right side of the street in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Fred Karter, left, his brother Joe Karter, center, and Joka's Discount Beverage manager Carolee DeRoche, right, pose for a portrait at their liquor store, Joka's Discount Beverages on Front Street in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Carolee DeRoche, center, helps Fred Karter stock the shelves at Joka's Discount Beverages on Front Street in Waterville on Thursday. The Karter brothers are selling the property that includes the nearby Temple Street Tavern.

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    Temple Street Tavern, seen here Thursday, and nearby Joka's Discount Beverage on Front Street in Waterville are being sold by Fred and Joe Karter to Jeff Damon, who runs eight convenience stores throughout the state with the help of his family.

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