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WEDNESDAY, AVRIL 12,1905.
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Mrs. ida McGee Burned to Death.
Mrs. Ida McGee, wife of Jones Mc
' Gee, of Savannah township, was so
severely burned Thursday afternoon
' that her death resulted a few hours
later. Tho distressing accident occur
? red -a ?hort timo nicer dinner. Airs.
McGee had lain down before the tire
.. to Becore a little rest after having tin
ished ber household duties when in
- *ome way her clothing caught tire.
In ber frantic efforts to extinguish the
llamo* she ran about the house until
lier clothing waa burned from her
dody and ?he fell exhausted to the
floor. The only persons in the house
. at thc time were her little brother and
. her two infant childien. The little
boy fried vainly te quench tho Hames
?? ny throwing water upon his sister,
but tailing ho ran to a field nearby
where lier husband was working and
rioiilied him of tho tragic occurrence.
When Mr. McGee reached the house
.twas too late to Have the lifo of bis
wile. She lingered until 10 o'clock
Thursday night before death came to
relieve her suffering.
An infant JyiriK in a cradle in the
same room with itH mother narrowly
escaped the same fate. The covering
in tho cradle caught lire, but Mr.
./OUCH returned before the child suffer
ed fierions burning. It was painfully
? barned, however.
Mrs. Jones waa a daughter of P. F.
*. WeHt, and was a most estimable young
woman. She was about22 years ol
if-'.re and leaves a husband and t wo
The funeral exercises were held at
v Croas Hoads Baptist church Friday af
ternoon, mo interment being in the
. Death of Capt. J. L. Hawkins.
Anderson has lost another excellent
?? citizen in tho death of Capt. J. L.
Hawkins,which occurred athis horne
in thia city last Monday morning. Ile
' vasi'l only a few days with paralysis
oj the bowels, which caused his
?eath. Capt. Hawkins was a native
of North Carolina, an expert black
smith, and came to Anderson ten or
.twelve years ago from Greenville. In
??w latter ciry he Bpent the most of
his lile and at one time merchandized
?cid conducted two blacksmith shops
ft JO re. and served one or two tenus as
rta alderman of the city. He served
hin? adopted State faithfully through
the civil war aa Captain of Co. A, 10th
? South Cand?na Regiment, which was
c<imposed ot citizens of Greenville.
He WAR recognized as one of the brav
- rot soldiers in his regiment and was
?paintally wounded while lending his
.-Company in a charge at the battle of
Capt. 'Hawkins wan 72 years of age
- and was twice married. Iiis widow by
his second marriage survives bim. He
' had long been a devoted and exem
./.-_> bi ry member of tho Baptist Church,
Miossessed a very quiet, unobstrusive
disposition, and was highly esteemed
toy a wide circle of friends, who deeplv
regret his death. He was a member of
the Masonic fraternity, and yesterday
venoming a committee from Hiram
tLiodge, of this city, escorted his re
cmains to Greenville, where they were
interred in the city cemetery.
Death of Mr. Geo, W= Lons.
George W. Long died at his home in
?rennos Township Wednesday after
moon. The immediate cnuse of hin
.'death wno pneumonia. Ile attended
^services at hts church the Sunday pro
ceeding his death, and on returning
.'home was taken aick. The disease
-soon reached an acute stage and death
(followed in a very short time.
Mr. Long was 78 years old, and bad
"Cor all bis life beena r?sident of the
^-community in which he died. He waa
-well known in the county, although he
?pursued a quiet life and never sought
any public position. He was a good far
"zner and bau buiit up a substantial es
-rate. He was a splendid citizen, a
'faithful friend to those who needed
'help and sympathy, ?od his loss to the
community will be greatly felt. Dar
king the war he served in Orr's Reg?
> ment, and did faithful service as a sol
dier of the Confederacy.
He is aurviveu by his wife and one
-uauguicr, miDi nu mo ? auitw ?nv uv
J3. Calhoun Pruitt, of McKne, Georgia.
Another daughter, Miss Lula Long,
-was married to J. H. Pruitt, of Starr, but
.-suv, died about 15 years ago.
? The funeral services were held at
. Croes Roads Baptist Church Thursday
J .nf tern???. Mr. Long was a member of
'the Baptist Church, and had been con
nected with tho Cross Roads Church
?for more than a quarter of a century.
- ? m> tm
Great Council of the Red Alen.
* Tho Great Council of the Indepen
dent Ordorof Red Men met in thia
.city yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
with about sixty delegates in attend
ance from tho lodges of tho State. A
business session was held during tho
?vi <ty, and the council will adjourn to
'Right or to-morrow morning. The
election of officers and the selection of
tlie next place of their annual meeting
have not been decided.
Last nightln tho armory of the Pal -
[metto Riflemen a delightful banquet
.'aa tendered the visiting delegates.
" there were present besides several
ivited guests who were not members
tho order. ?Ion. John K. Hood
redeemed the visitors on behalf of the
Ity, and Hon. E. M.Rocker. Jr., made
lie welcoming speech in the name of
(tte inca! tribe of Red Men. Hon. C.
Hlease, of Newberry, responded for
> Groat Council. Hon. W. M. Fitch,
?; Charleston, spoke on "Our Motto,
'reedorai Friendbbip and Charity.'"
en. M. L. Bonham responded to tho
tast, "Fraternity," and Mr. J. H.
raves ?poke of, "The Degree ofPooa
itaa." The last epeech of- tho evea
wRs made by. Hon. A. H. Dagnall,
puhject being "Haymakers."
fite present organization of tho
wt Council of the State is as loi
?reat Sachem, E. C. Steinmyer, of
rleston; Great Senior Sagamore,.
L. Blease, of Newberry; Great
'or ?agamore,C, E. T?lly, of An*
n; Great Prophet, William Me
nu, of Spartan burg; Great Chief
leonis. B. C. Wallace, of Sumter;
t Keeper of Wampum, Wm. M.
', of Cli ar leaton.
Beiui-an nu il cloging: convention
dersun coiiutv will be held with
r Ham Baptist Church, ten.miles
4 east of Anderson and six miles
i ivo.'ii, ot VViiiiamstou, on 5n*nr
Cnd Sunday, Moy 0 rind 7. Tho
is generally invited to attend
ell-filled baskete on both days*
U your Old AlninnB hAnk";' .
John Eakew,' President,
'Ari*. Terrell Harro .vs' aro sold
fan Hdw. Oo.
Death of lion. Henry II. Edwards.
Hon. Henry H. Edwards, a well
known ami highly esteemed citizen of
Anderson county, died at hi? home in
thin city at an early hour last Friday
morning. He wat) ill only a short
while with Jaundice, preceded by an
attack or the grip, and tho announce
ment of his death waa a great shock to
some of his friends, many of whom
did not know that he was sick. Mr.
Edwards was horn and roared in Edge
held County, nnd was in the 48rd year
of his ago. In his young manhood he
attended Furmsn University and about
iifteen years ago came to Anderson
County to make bis home. Shortly
after locuting here he married Miss
Eva Masters, a daughter of tho late
Priestly Masters, who, with two little
sons, survives bira. A few years ago
Mr. Edwards took an active part ic
Cour ty politics and in 181X1 was elected
a member of tho Legislature. In other
campaigns he was a candidato for
County Treasurer and Judge of Pro
bate, and received a large vote for
both oilices. He was a most worthy up
right citizen, ai'd by iii- gen ?Kl. social
disposition made a friend' of every ac
quaintance, who deeply regret his
death. Mr. Edwards was a member of
the Baptist church and lived up to the
profession ot his faith. He wa? also a
member of Willow Camp Woodmen
of tlio World and was insured for .*3,
OOO in that order. On Saturday after
noon at 4:00 o'clock the funeral servi
ces were conducted at tho home of tho
deceased on West Franklin street by
Kev. J. I). Chnpmnn, and at tho con
cludion of the services the Woodmen
took charge of the body aud laid it to
rest in Silver Brook cemetery with tho
ceremonies of that organization.
Programme of Union Meeting Third
District of Saluda Association, to be
held with Salem Baptist Church, April
29th and 80th.
10 a. m.-Devotional exercises, con
ducted by J.H. Felton, Sr.
10 80-1. Query: "What facts prove
the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and
what truths concerning the Christian
religion are established by the resur
rection." H. B. Fant, H. H. Watkins,
li. Sermon by J. D. Chapman.
III. "The baptism or the Holy Ghost
and the relation of a spirit-lilted life
to a lost wor ld." J. H. Herron, W. B.
IV. ..The Divine call to the Minis
try." J. \Y. Eskew, J. D. Chapman.
9 80.- Song and praiBo service, led
by Prof. J. If. Harbin.
10.80.- Suuduy School lesson for the
day-"Jesus washing the Disciples7
feet." H. B. Fant, W. B. Hawkins.
lt 80.-Missionary sermon, J. B.
Song Hervice, and the ilnishing up of
any unfinished part nf Saturday's pro
gramme. S. L. Clinkscales,
W. W. Leathers,
Kev. R. W. Burts preached at Eureka
?HRt Sunday from John 15-7. He is one
of our best preachers. All enjoyed bis
Miss Bertie Gentry's school has clos
ed. Shebas retained to her father's,
Mr. P. B. Gentry.
Mrs. ToiiBoy Ohromer, of the Fork,
is spending awhile with her son, Mr.
J. N. Gnmbrell, who has been unwell
for some time.
Messrs. Robt. Harper and Frank
Shirley worshipped with ns Sunday.
The following is the honor roll of
Eureka Behool for March: Laura Brook,
Lucy Shirley, Lillian Shirley* Maggie
Shirley, Harper Balontino, Cary Har
Ber, Annie Shirley, Gary Harper, Ralph
Valentine, Lida Clamp, Jim Shirloy.
A month's average of 00 entitles a pupil
to be on the honor roll. X.
Gluck Mill Notes.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman
died quite suddenly last week.
Mr. Creech will preach for us every
second Sunday morning and Mr. Leath
ers in the afternoon and night.
Mr. Henderson bas resigned his place
as overseer in the spanning room. He
?? ?UcC??u?? by mr. L??t??i.
Mr. Bramlett will move his family
to Anderson this week.
Miss Frances Bowers is on the sick
Several of the W. O. W's. of our
camp went tc Anderson last Tuoeday
hight to be initiated.
The latest is choir practice.
The carpenters are doing some work,
in our hall which improves it ?ery
much. m % m
Mr. Henry Jenkins died at the home
of his sister, Mrs. Wo Ho ul, in this
town last Thursday. He was buried
the following duy at the Episcopal
Cemetery, Rev. Mr. Findley, the pas
tor, conducting the services. Mr. Jen
kins was ac. ex Confederate soldier
and a good citizen. Heia survived by
several brothers and sisters. He bad
never been married.
Mrs. J. L. Hunter and little daugh
ter, Miss Louise, epent last Saturday
Dr. Glenn Evans, a student of the
Charleston Medical College/is at home
on a few months1 vacation.
After a few months rest the dispen
sary isagatn open, to the delight of the
colored population, and some others,
and itfdoing a fair business.
A big frost here two mornings last
week, but no perceptible damage done.
The base ball games at Clemson the
last two Saturday afternoons brought
up several of the Anderson people,
who like such sport. Burko,
Letter to Morris & W??'.??S?.
Anderson, t?. V.>
Dear Bira : Porterhouse, nt much ;
nook, so mooh ; all the way but ween.
Jual so With paint : Devon lead-and
a'ooIa the porterhouse. N >oody want?
the neck s the between, some say, ia
good enough for them.
But Dovoocoata 1MS, not more, than
between. Lead-aod-ol) la baiween ; it
ta the- old-fashion paint. But alno has
come in. TA no toughens white lead. Da?
voa tead-and-elno ia the paint that wears
twice as loner ?9 load-and ?11.
Mr. John N. Del tal, Fair Haven, N. Y.,
writes : /? .
"Mr. Charles Holleuback. of this piso?,
painted bis honse tbreo years ago with
Devoe lead-and ?Ino ; his ftiher painted
I at the same tim? With lead ami-oil. To
I day his sen's bouse looks as well aa the
da/ lt waa painted, while his fhthor'ei
bouKO ha* all chalked nff and needs
painting very bArtly. The father says he
will paint with Devoe next time.-?
.F. W. DlEVOK & Co.
P. S.-W. L. Brissey sella qar paint.
?p-tc-iato farmer? appreciate the
worth uf Ko\ s one Adjustable Weeder**
sold bv Salllvan Hdw. Co. Every far
mer should ba*.e ono of these I,copi?
Last Friday evening John Martin,
colored, butter known to the commu
nity ?ts John Ainbam, WBB arrested for
violation of contract and placed iu the
calaboose here for safe keeping, and
was to have been seut to the county
chningang the next morning. About
half-pant four o'clock, ju?t before day,
the calaboose was found to be on fire,
and it was destroyed, as at that early
hour very fov of our citizens were up.
The negro was also burned and noth
ing remained except tbe bones In the
pelvic regiou. Tho lock on the door
was found to be broken and it is sup
posed some ono broke in and killed
the negro and then burned tho cala
boose to cover his crime. Further in
vestigation will be made,
Mrs. A. J. Speer and little daughter
have gone to Commerce, Ga., for a few
weeks visit to relatives,
M iBfl Ethel Speer left Friday for an
extended visit to Kershaw.
Mr. T. D. Cooley has returned from
Miss Daisy Brock, of Du a West, is
the guest ot Miss Vera Allen.
Mr. Herbert Brooks, a tonner teach
er in the Lowndeeville High School,
visited Mr. lt. J. Hutchinson recently.
Ho will iini?h his medical education
Mi?ses Eula May Kay and Emma
Howman were in Anderson a few days
Mr. D. J. Sherard and son, of Mof
fatsvilJe, were with relatives Sunday.
Dr. Soviler, president of Wofl'ord
College, lectured in thu Methodist
Church Sunday to a largo and appre
ciative audience. Vedie.
Harris Bridge Items.
O, Spring so dear, again is hero with
flower buds nod bees and Spring makes
us all feel blithe and gay.
Most all the tanners are through
with their fertilizer and are ready to
li madam rumor is true, there will
be an all-day singing at Concord
Church on the third Sunday in April.
Miss Kate Watson, of Septus, was a
guest of MisB Alma Harris Saturday
Johnnie Martin, of Lebanon, was a
visitor of Clem. Harris Sunday and
attended church ot Trinity, where
Rev. Willie Beckham Ulled his pul
Adolphus Holder, with his sister,
Miss Sammie, -paid their aunt, Mrs.
Mattie Wyatt, of Easloy, a visit.
Trinity Church has oiganized a Sun
day School? which we hope will soon
be in great progress.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell, with
their bright eyed little Margie, spent
Sunday with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mis. Wm. Wilson, of Lebanon.
Kev. O. Li. Martin has preached fer
us his farewell sermon to go to Dalton,
Ga., where he will make his field of
abor. We are sorry to give Bro. Mar
tin up, but wish for him great suc
There was sleet and rain Thursday
morning followed by frost Friday,
which did damage to the early gar
A Masonic Lodge has been organized
at Lebanon for the ladies. Quite a
number joined last Saturday evening.
From all appearances there will bo
an abundance of fruit this season.
A Dreamer Girl.
No Dispensary is Wanted.
Newberry, S. C., April 10.-The
iittio town of Chapin, in Lexington
County, this State, seems to be Provi
dentially hindered from having within
ils confines a branch of the great moral
institution, the State dispensary.
Some time ago the State Board of
Directors endeavored to rent a vacant
store In which to open up the dispen
sary, but so averse were the people of
the little town to the proposition a
building could not be seoured.
Recently the friends of the institu
tion discovered that there was a vacant
lot in the town that belonged to a Mr.
Schott, who resides in New York.
They bought it, hauled the lumber and
were about to build when Charles P.
Robinson went to Lexington Court
Honor, an?! ?CCd tiro ti ?.10 io
the lot. He found that the original
deed from the late Martin Chapin,
after whom the .town was named, made
it a condition that no liquor should
ever be Bold on the premises.
About the only thing left for the
Dispensary Board to do with regard to
Chapin is to build air castles. What
will be done remains to be seen.
Per tbose f Armera who like the Wilaon
?.Pot" or ''Palmetto" Cotton Planter,
Sullivan Hardware Co. have the best
one? that are manufaotared. A Planter
of thia stylo ia worthless unless properly
constructed. An examination of those
handled by thia Company will convince
yon that they are, in every way, all
Sullivan Hardware Co. has anew Har
row or Cultivator that will certainly
please up-to-date farmers. This Harrow
has three leet, all of whloh are detach
able, and to which straight or diamond
shaped blades are bolted. The frame ls
made of solid steel. The feature bf being
able to detach any one of the three feet
normHrt a wide range of work being done.
You should look into the merits of chis
Harrow._ .. .' ' , ?
ri, lare? stock of "Little Joe," Nine
To itli HarrowH in carri* d by Sullivan
lidw. Co. All of tli'?ir Harrow? are tnar>- ,
ufaotured bj tbe Towera Sullivan Mfg.
Co., wbo use only tbe bigbest quality of
steel in the construction of all of their
Implements. If you wont the Biroo Heat
and beat "Little Joe" on the market, bar
from thia Company.
A full ?tock of all Jalzes and styles of
Cotton Hoe? ia carried by Sullivan Hdw.
Co. You can get from them j oat what
you want. If you want Rivets through
the shanks of your Hoes j ou can get
them from this Company.
Mr. Kirkasy'g ReoenasMdititi.
Mr. Kirksey writes:-I give m positive
guarantee with every bcx of Rydalo'a
Stomach Tablets and Liver Tablets I
sell, and have never be*n asked to re*
fond the money in a single ?nstanos. I
hsve used these tablets In my family
with best results, W. L. Kirksey, Mor
ganton, N. C. Rydsle's Tablets sre pre
pared by The Radical Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. C, who authorize every
dealer In their preparations to guarantee
every box or bottle of their medicine,
tbey sell. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Now is the time to take a spring tonie.
By far the best thing to take is Murray's
?ron Mixture. It makes pure blood ?nd
1 gets rid of that tired ieellog. At all
druggists 50c a bottle, or direct from Tho
Murray Drug Co., Colombia, 8. C.
MONEY TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When vou need anything usually kept
in Drugstores don't forget that W?hlte
<fc Wilblte are generallv open from 10 o.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Faints, as good as
tbe best and aa cheap as the cheapest, al
ways on hand. -_
Murray's Buchu, <iin and Juniper is
presort bod and endorsed by em inept
physician*. It cores when all others
falls. Prevents Kidney Disease, Dropsy,
Bright's Disease, etc. At all drug store*
f 1.00 a bottle, or direct from The Mar
rey Drug Co., Colombia, 8. C.
Ht Kept ap li the Raw.
James 8. Barron, President Manches
ter Cotton Mills, Rock Bill, 8. C., writs*:
"In 1883 I painted my residence with
JJ. & M. It looks better *JL\an a gnat
many houses painted three years ago."
Don't pay $1.60 a tallon for Unseed oil,
which you do in roady-for-use paint.
Boy oil fresh from the barrel at 80
cents per gallon, and mix it with Long?
man dc Martinez L. <fc M. Paint.
It makes paint cost about f 1.20 per gal
Wears and covers Uk? gold.
Every Church given a liberal quantity
when bought from P. B. Cray ton, Ander
son ; T. L. Hopper. Belton ; T. C. Jack
Free Ride on the street cara to
Snipes Gallery, if yon want as m??h as
one dollar's worth cf photo work. Prloes
lowe? than any other gallery In Ander
son, and nothing but high C1?9H work.
We will frame your pictures of all alzas.
We have a large lot of frame material on
hand which we would Uko for you to in
spect, and with two experienced frame
makers, we think we can give satisfac
tion both in style and price?. We have
small pictures enlarged to anv size.
Respectfully, E. M. Snipes, the Veteran
That Beautiful Gloss.
comes from the varnish In Devoe's Var
nish Floor Paint ; costs 5 cents mote a
quart though. Bold by W. L. Brlssey.
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
WE ARE GOOD CAME !
There are four things that I want you to know about my
First That they are attractive.
Second. That they aro well made.
Third. That the materials are worthy, and not used skimpy.
Fourth and last, but not hy any means least, that th?y are
lower priced than such goods were ever priced before by any
There ie no accounting for taste in Hats, as in other things ;
so I have equipped myself to suit all tastes, It's no*, my business
to decide what sort of a Hat a lady should buy-it is my busine-.s
to have in stock the kind she wants to buy, and r-ell it at a price
that will tickle the purchaser, and to have it made in Such a man?
ncr that, io actual wear, it ?ill satisfy so well that the customer
wLU always bear me in mind when soe needs Hats.- Thia ie the
basis upon which I ask your Hat orders.
Great variety, good workmanship, and lower prices than oth
ers ask for the same goods ?
Would advise early buying, es the Easier rush will be a great
drawing card for Hats. Place your orders before the eleventh
hour, and reap the cream of the beautiful designs I now have On
MRS. F. A. BLACK.
SGT John C. Oiborne old stand.
A GOOD TIME
To have your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
so they will be ready when you need them. We have a splen
did stock good, dry Bims. Spokes. 8hafi% Wh?*]? ; ilse, Lum=
ber in the rough, and nearly every thi?glt takes to put a vehicle
in good shape, with plenty good help to give prompt service.
R??BER TIES A SPECIALTY.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
We have just received a Fresh lot of
Come to us for all of your
ORR, GRAY & CO.,
GET THE HABIT
TO LOC K FOR'
We have plenty of heavy Shoes left, co that we ?au
you easily* .
Astern Plow Shoes, Blucher Cuts, at $1.50.
Extra Heavy Shoes.
AU We???'? ^O??? Shoes at o5c-new stock.
BOYS' AND ?H!lDflEft'S SHOES
We have the strongest U?? ?n the County,
Our Boy^ Army Shoes are the best wearers you eau b
For Girls our Sftaden Calf Shoes can't be beat.
Women's and Children's Jersey Leggius at 50c.
Over-Garters at ??c. ^
Do not buy before you see us; lt surely ?TO pay yen.
We meta business.
fcc the Farmers and Merchants Bank
IN F?LL DISPLAY ?T
This Department is prepared'-.tc suit you in beautiful
practical and becoming Millinery, }n moat economical and
Beautiful Spri?g Goods
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
March has been a bumper month with us.
Largest sales in our history.
We ??tend bread invitation? to every one, to vi*it our
C. F. JONES ISMPANY.
All in ???1 TI^?W-I^^^?W* loni^
Our Mr. Lesser whUe in New York bought one of the
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to ourcfty. Now,
if y ou are looking for High Grade and Low Mess you will
visit our Store. We certainly have one of the ?rettieit:
?web-of Bry 0?o?s, sn?e?, Clothing and MlH?t?ry ia l?gp?s
Carolina. Just think ! we have somethinir o^er $35,000
worth of beautiful New Spring Goods. This ?s no idle tall?;
Ve can prove every word we say if you wi? give us a call.
. r New Spring Belts from 1 Oe to $?'.00.'
NewSpring: Corsets fi om '
^^New .Spring Shopping Bags from lOj to $1 i)0. %
New Spring Caps to* ^mnis}iVbm 10c to 50c.
New Spring Caps for Boys from 10c to 76c.
New Spring Hosiery for Ladies and Children from 5o to 50c.
OUB 3DJEOSS QO?DB
; * Ara now and pretty, and all tho ladies tell us that no che in the city can
touch us ;n quality and prices. We have riew ?priug Brilliantines in all the
leading colors, Voiles in all colors, and in fact anything you may wish in
.Wpbl and Wash Gooda
Now, for Cotton fabrica wo do claim that we. ha ve everything bent i
this County. Wash Goode from 5c to 50o par yard,
Come in and look at cur line of White Gooda. It
foe ? we eaarjit praise thom high enough.
We only as?s; you to take a look, io look nieanis to buy,
_We have a big line of Men's and Boys'.-Snits.
MR8. M?KTiN 8^?GMAN,
insjKK?t her 3i?<? of Sp'r??^ Milli
Goods at prices lower thia our comp*
come and look ai her ?^tt?rn Hais.
liner, ?3 now ready fco ha?a you
b:ie - ??i?l gJVC /y?u' ?luWji. U|>?Xo-u?i0
f?re. She *ritl be pleitied to havei ye?.
..WW ?re the originator of FEBSiTOMf
#Sf We still give yfiK Coupons with every .pi