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Mr. and rMs. George Clamp spent'
Sunday with Mrs. Clamp's mother.
Mrs. Mills, of the Mi.. Olive section.
?i Newberrv County.?Mr. and Mrs.
J L. Fulmer were in Newberry on
L?tJ..ine33 last Satardav.?Bryan Hare
of Newberry college spent the weekIend
at home with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. X. E. Hare.?Pleasant
Grove car., in Saluda Standard, 9th. '
Mrs. John H. Hipp is spending* the
week with her daughter, Mrs. Oswald
Copeland, in Newberry.?
.Messrs. Gas W. Hoilingsworth, KenRnvn.ittr'
f) T I.awin?. A. \\.
1 it Lit ?? U4 Viwvwvy v - ? .
iiriee, Willie Mason, Dugas Copeland
and E. K. Stanton were in Newberry
Saturday for the Citadel-Xewberry
football game.?Mr. George
3oozer of P. C., was a week-end visitor
in Newberry.?Dr. A. E. Spencer,
Dr. W. E. Hoy, Prof H E. Sturgeon
and Mr. John Holland Hunter
attended the football game in Xewberry
on Saturday.?Miss AUienc
Hipp of Newberry spr-nt Saturday
and Sunday here with home folks.?
Mr. and Mrs. Harris ilandram, Htt'e
Miss Isabella Landrumy: Coach W. A.
" ' * ir- - t ~.e r
jonnson, ana ivuss lhu n-nu
rens were in Newberry Saturday for
I the Newberry-Citadel game.?The
p. * Clinton Chronicle, 6th. j
Matt Carson and Irwin Cromley of
Newberry college spent the week-;
end with home folks.?Big Creek cor.!
in Saluda Standard, 9th.
Mrs. Rebecca Ruff and daughter,1
Jennie, were in Newberry the past
. week visiting relatives and shopping.
?Indian Creek in Saluda Standard,'
D. Moore was in Newberry Satur-1
day.?Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Connelly
spent Saturday in Newberry county
witlr relatives.?Cool Spring cor. Saluda
Mr. Z. Wright ana .Air. rraniiZ.
Wilson left Saturday for a busi-j
& ness trio to New Yorkl
Mrs. Minnie Wallace left last week i
lor Columbia where she will make;
her home with her son, Mr. Clarence
1 ^ Wallace. Her many friends in New-'
berry regret to see her leave.
3Ir. and Mrs. James Epting havej
moved to-an apartment in the home!
' of ^Vlrs. Minnie Wallace in Boundary;
Mrs. Ryan Workman is recuperai-j
ing aher undergoing an operation for
|?. the removal iof her tonsils.
H' Miss Pliny Timmerman of Batesburg
and Misses Mary Hentz and An-.
it* , v. nie Bell Wise of Summerland college j
spent the week-end with Miss Ezile j
Iroya srmtn 01 jLeesvme ana buck j
Cullum of Batesburg motored to:
Newberry Friday night.
Mrs. P. E. Scott, who was present j
\ at the annual conference of the Fed- i
erated clubs of the Central district in!
Manning- last week, asked, as chair-'
\ man of the Friendly Cooperation
with Ex-Service Men, that books,!
razor blades, pictures, games and;
sleeping sacks be sent to the veter-j
ans in the United States hospital, No.!
26, Gre#nville, S. C.
Mrs. W. H. Hunt, at the annual j
convention in Columbia last week of j
the Baptist Woman's Missionary union,
was elected a delegate to the
W M TT oil vilio v?^r f a. +1* a C!/\?4 Ua%?w 1
WW ^<4. w uUAUiUi j tvr ClltJ ?Jv;UUICi n
Baptist convention, L;v>u'
Three colored gamblers paid ?5
each in the court of Magistrate Douglas
Messrs. E. H. Aull and G. 'D. Brown
present and former Newbern' county
superintendent of education, respectively,
were mentioned in the list of
those attending the educational conference
in Columbia Friday.
Miss Callie Banks left Monday for
Columbia to take a double course in
bookkeeping at Draughon's 3usine.s.=
~ T> T> O a. i * ?
mi. i-?. u. ocxiuniutrt, iocai a^eni,
had with him the first of the week the
general manager of his company, the
People's Life Insurance company,
with headquarters at Charleston, Mr.
T. D. Rolling:, who was on his way
visiting ine different agents of the
company in the upper part of the
state. Mr. Schumpert speaks in very
warm terms of Mr. HoPIng; says he i<
ne of the best industrial agents in
The many friends of ??Ii>s Minnie
Havird will be glad to learn that she
rs improving at the sanitarium in
The only branch of the air service
that hasn't been breaking any speed
x records is congress.
berry Moo.sc m:r..:rel- will p!:iy the e
T'r *>.. .v bales of cjlto*.
<v;V ' * ** ' ' fi th'>'
cv p :>r tr November 1.
11' ... m , i with 1 J.33G bales
gi . * -er.v.wr 1. 1 '.?:! .
v. i r s. .iohn K A :!] :;d Miss
J; ? vU?: v. * Cc.lunjoia nt Sunday
i?. .% '.'be. .y with the family of C:>i.
E. H. A all.
City Clerk ^ M. Chapman spent
Suntlav in Lau.j-is with his .son. Mr.
F. W. Chapman and family.
Parcher Campsen spent Sunday in
Union and Transfer Hodge spent ilie
d:iy at Whir mire.
George Hunter, a worthy colorcd
man who works for Coi. C. J. Pureeii,
had the misfortune to los^ his wife,
iaiiv Hunter, who died on Saturday
morning at 1 o'clock. Among her
surviving1 children is Ford Manguni,
a v*e!I known farmer of the counly.
She was 77 yearsN old and had the
manors of the better class of white
people, with whom she had lived the
greater part of lier life and from
whom she imbibed her good qualities.
Mr?. W. S. Mann has\eturn&d from j
Columbia after spending two weeks j
with relatives in th*t city. j
Miller Allison, a student at Oak-,
ridge, Greensboro, N. C., is spending I
a while? here with his, parents, -Sir.
and Mrs. K. P. Allison.
r / . i
The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth of
Newberry visited Mrs Kenneth's raster
Mrs. H. J. Leonhirth. in colonial
Heights.?Mrs. W. E. Aiken and
Miss L'ula Aiken are in Newberry on
a visit to relatives.?George Baldwin
has returned f-om Ne'.vher'ry. wher-j
lie went on business.?T.i.j .Stale.
Mesda^ies 0. K. Foster, Mrs. J. M.
Foster and T. J. Oxner spent Sunday
in Columbia with Mrs J. It. Foster.
"The Ace of Hearts" will be shown
at the opera house Tuesday, "Dangerous
Paradise" Wednesday, and
"Under Hawaiian Skies" Thursday
night. The latter is not a picture.
Mrs. T. W. Gallman sustained a
stroke of paralysis in bcl- left side
Isst Tuesday mcrnirg. Her sister,
Miss Alice Cannon, at Mimnaugh's.
reported upon inquiry Monday that
Mrs. Gallman was resting easy.
There was no recorder's court Monday
morning, Judge B. V. Chapman
being with Mrs. Chapman and the
buby at Chapin.
Mr. Jesse Mayes of Waterloo spent
the week-end with his father, Health
riffcnnv T T \favoe wlin im? stricken
VUiWl w x . j ww, -v.
Friday with paralysis, his left side
John Wade Robin son and Conway
Coker stended the Sutherland-Lott
wedding in Columbia Saturday niin.
Mrs. W. H. Carwile and Mrs. W.
H. Hunt are delegates ot the annual
conference "of the Daughters of the
American Revolution now in session
Mr. Renwcik Carlisle of Greenville
is spending the week-end in
I Mr. X. C. Toole and family have
: returned to Xov.berrv from Galdsbo
\'ro, N. C.. after an absence of a year
and a half.
' Mrs. LrW-. Floyd was asked by
iGovernor Harvey to attend the educational
confcrence in Columbia last
I Not all the freaks are laws. Some
| of them are folks
Soma folks would be better of? if
their cars were stolen.
Greece will have no Turkey for
Thanksgiving this \c-ar.
W ixl the agricultural block reap a
! good crop oi voters tomorrow.
| Folks will not lie for water until its
i u?c as a beverage is forbidden.
| Some towns are so lucky. An auto
| thief was shot in Cleveland.
j November 1G, Thursday, will be a
|hi? night in Greenwood?the Newt
| xi wnnnnmi?Bin
j $ W Nose stopped up Y
j IMENTHOLATUM I
rsmn^.'-i ^m.wnrc.t gvi:.romr?-x^tctt. j-vrcvu- tar.rrt^xr.
UPPER STATE CONFERENCE
CLOSES?APF0IN7MENTS READ j
The eight annual .-ess ion of the j
Upper South Carolina .Method:*! j
Eriscoal conference closed Sunday!
ni'rhi in Gaffney with the reading of;
the rppoiniments uf the preachers ii:1
the six districts for the coming yea:-.!
i The following are the appointments i
i for Cokesbury district:
j H.-S. Jnyc-s. presiding eider.
I Abbeville?C. E. Peeie.
| Ab.beviiie Circuit?J. E. Kilgors.
j :>urler?H. H. Merrirt (supp'yi. i
Cckesbury?L. H.imer (-up-(
Creenwacd .Mil's? V?\ It M r;::y. ,
"lair. Street?F. E. Dib'de.
Oroemvcod?-C. T.?J. H. Manly j
i Xi n a r d s?L W. fS h e a I y.
. IcCorniick?J. W. Brown.
- - t- "? -r-v r ?r> '
icjvonc:?a. m. i uc-Ker.
I C'cntial?J. M. Sua>!in:m.
| riollohon and Oakland?J. T. Law- j
; rci. :c.
; O'Xcall Street?W. F. Gault.
* i1""! CTTV 0. T. 11 "* 5>:V.ilh.
: ."incty Six?J. D. G:h?;n
hoenix?I) D. .Tone?.
f ' Iimbrsnch?Paul Kenett (Hup-;
irr.^/ia?R. L. Domett.
i Prosperity?"R. E. Sharpe.
C _ 1.. .1 _ T T c: ?
. ?.j. i,. oiiigieu
Vaterlool?G. G Kar'ey.
Y/hitmire?J. Y. Lupo. I
resident Laifrier college: Jno. 0. |
Wit.-on?Main Sircet Q. C.
; Frofessor Lander college?R. 0. !
Lawton?Main street J. C.
? er^hool editor?;
L. I1. Beaty?Main street Q. C.
! FII LERS . he ;!
The world gets better. An inven-I
; tor has a tickless clock.
1 1 i
Far coats are one argument and j
'three good crys higher this year.
i Faying gasoline makes pceketbooks;
; . !
HAL'S SECTION j
Wa ited boys and girls to soli Picto-!
: rial reviews every month. A nice j
u.sy way to makte spending money, i
! ( all Tuesday or Wednesday for in-;
1 f 'rma-tion.
Flo-./er boxes for shipping chrysan-.
! V.emums and other flowers. Waxed
i p iper, perishable labels^
iFur.eval malinc, made specially for
; t*'ing funeral sprays. White and
I c ?iicate shades of pink and blue, j
Su! _>s of every sort. It OU can plant
them anytime now. Come in and
1 s*e the sulendid assortment.
Gc'Jfish and goldfish food and sup-!
I I lies.
j Hal Kohn.
j Fcr Saie?200 bushels pure pedigreed
Appier Oats, recleaned and
Z. i-aded. first year from Pedigreed
| Seed Company. None better. Took
j soeond premium at State Fair. In
! five bushel bags, $1.10 per bushel i
j -with cash order. J. A. Burton,|
i i:iephor.e 57. l-14-2t
j A new device ^changes people's j
:no:-3S. Sticking them where they j
\ do:.'t belong does the same.
, ; |
, Juti Arrived?Red, yeIlow\and wrhte
I (.nicn sets. Way's Seed <?: Feed!
j frare. 11-14-2: j
Fc Sale?Overland roadster. Onlyj
' een run four thousand miles. In;
j ?2rfect running: order. New tires [
sll round. Terms to responsible!
r arty. T. F. Ivlathis, care Sanitary j
i I sundry. 11 -14-ltp!
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CH nee to Buy Small Farms?I Will j
> 11 small farms on long time ar.dj
i (asy terms to working farmers.;
"Will cut the land to suit. Xear rail- j
i jad station and school. In wc-s-i
i ttrn Fairfield. Healthy. Jahn;
i J. >JcMahan. Columbia, S. C.
; Ho-;- Feed, shorts, rice meal and horn-]
i riy feed. Sre us. Summer Bros.;
' t -* * 4 rn. i
( 0. i
' Fo: Rent?Booms or an apartment in
jrivate dwell in sr. For further information
apply at The Herald and
News o.nce. 11-14^!.:
Farm For Rent?I will rent for 1923;
the E. P. Cromer place in No. 0'
township. 3 miles from Prosperity.!
flood two-horse farm, good resi-'
?"ence and plenty of water. Mrs.'
'.ilia E. Cromer, 1001 Wilson
Street. Newberry, S. C. ll-14-2tp'
5i.raycd?From my home, one dark;
c olored Jersey cow with white
mors. J. H. Hawkins, Newberry,
11. F. D. 7. Phone 2004.
Firemen Carry Water :r. Buckets
? "olunteer firemen were forced to
ai ry water in bu;kcts because rats
: v?c zroyid their lire hose. Building
! wa;; burnt to the crr.v.md.?Bulletin.
j Clu.'-.ri against this rr.enace! Pestvoy :
| ateverywhere. U-e Hoy.-:] Gunv-;
:v ?(-.! P,l Paste. 2"'.* iv 50c handy
11: v: V e>. Sol rl a (I git ara n t e2 d y j
j.Mayes Drug Store.
Ji-WiKK1 M *. ta^sugwaw-r*
Wtni.ee?Goo.., sound peas. John>on-}TcC:
ackin Co. 10-2-1-tf
Flashlights?Get them repaired and
fitted up Ik:re. Correct bulb mid
battery will make a new light ui
it. Gilder ?x We ok? Co.
' -- -? , i. ? ^ ~ ,
Pecan Trees?Fino tre??, two year
grafts, 31.00. Three year grafts. 1
SI.50. Stuart and Schiey best for.
this section. C. D. Weeks.
Agents for The State. Will be gad
re handle your su15scription, new;
or renewal. Gilder & Wce'r.s.
Dry Cleaning save-3 your suit. San-;
itary Laundry Co. 0-20-8t
Cadet Mixed Cr.ocolates?I' :nc mixlure,
high grade chocolates, 50c
pound. Giider & Weeks Co. !
Fcr Rent?Old Town plantation.:
Twelve or thirteen one-horse farms
0:1 Saluda river, line Bermuda
i'.r.w. r, turn ire. a:-n:>Ie
outbuildings. Prefer to loa?e as an
entirety for several years ior a
cash annua! rental. F. Werber,
Jr., Berwyn, Maryland. lu-o-tf
Iic.ts cicar.cd anJ blocked. Sanitary
For Sric or Rent?Two horse farm,
good dwelling, tenant house, good
pasture and outbuildings, twoj
miles from Prosperity. J. M.:
Werts. * 10-20-tf:
For S a 1 o?Two good Thicry organs.'
See J. B. Bedenbaugh, Pomaria, 3.'
For Sr.le?New sound corn in the
shuck W. E. Mosclev, Prosperity, 1
S. C. 11-7-1t;
TRESPASS NOTICE ' . ;j
A3! perrons are fori;i'Iden to trespass
on land of the under?'gned by!
hunting, or in any other manner:
Mr?. CARRIE E. BOMINICK. 1
Talk is chcap, promises are less.'
What makes' the tclenhone neeessarv i
or good roads essential?
Service and j
It is our aim to give the public ;
100 per cent value for every dollar.'
See us for ycur Tires and Tubes,
Genuine Ford Parts and Repair
Work, Vulcanizing and Accessories.
HIM Eros. |
150G Main St. Newberry, S. C. j
We guarantee our dye work. Sarr"tar>*;
Laundry Co. !>-2G-St'
Positively no hunting or trespassing
of anv kind allowed on mv land. J
Noah Taylor. I I-14-4tp ;
Positively no hunting allowed. Kcc-p
o?f. J. C. Duncan.
Wanted?Position as stenographer.;
Willing worker. Address 82u
O'Neall St. Phone 363. ll-14-2tp
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT \
J will make a final s'etiicment of
<if ' V inni" (nr>P
Longshore) in the Pr< bate Court fori
Nev/berry county. S. C., on 3Iondaj%
the 18th (iay of Dee., 1922. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon and will immediately
thereafter ask for my discharge
as Guardian of said estate.
Mrs. S. EMMA LONGSHORE,
Newberrv; S. C.
Nov. 10th, 1922.
All persons are forbidden to tres-j
pass upon'the property of the under-1
rigned by hunting, fishing or other-1
J. T. 3AKER,
JOE HENRY BAKER,
T. J. AH RAMS.
1 ;-10-3t ' v ;
For Sale?Another car of V. Crimp
and Corrupted Roofing just ar-i
* 1 U L.*. J* ~' .. 1 , .
i'lvi'u, ut.-iura mi; aiivau^''. i
13. K. Schumpeit Co., Prosperity,:
S. C. * il-3-2t Itawi
For Saic?Saw ir.il! outfit in running!
order. Apply to Henry L. Parr.j
New'oeiry. S. C. 11-3-tfj
Fcr Sale?One yoke of steers weigh- j
:r.:- 2,000 pound?. Also 16-horsei
To".er engine. I). E. and J. A.:
Scfcumpert. 11 -10-tf |
Wanfed?Fifteen wagons and teams j
to haul lumber. For further infor-!
ma lion address Tiger River Pine .
Co., Shelion. S. C. ll-10-4tp I
wait until morning.
A beautiful woman :< just a sot of
700cl teeth with necessary acces-!
Abruzzi Rye?Let us supply you.
Summer Bros. ll-14-2t
Used Fcrd cars for sale '1 )v! toil-'
dition. Hii; Bros. 10-^Ii
Men ?nJ *a o'.'. cn average $ i.0J per j
iioi-.r hosiery, lour pan-- !
iruaranieci' wear four mo^riis or i
new hosiery free. We pay *>0 per i
cent con:ir?isr-ibn. Free samples to
working: ace a is. Complete line of
wool and heather mixtures. This: j
is the big hosiery season. Ex peri-' j
ence unnecessary. Eagle Hosiery ;
Works. D.irby, Pa. 9-2oi0tp
FOR SALE :
Bagging and Ties j
Get Cur Prices
DOERITY & CO. j
Phones 4 and 315
When those friendly, likable Old
Shoes of ycurs get under the weather,
they berjin to show . .^r.s of a
run-down condition, Sec Price.
Electric Shoe Hospital
3rd Floor Exchanga Bank Sldjj
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Plcatinrr?Aecordian, side #and box I
pi eating done by stenm at Mrs.'
Geo. S. McCravy's. Laurens,' S.
301 W. Main street. Mail orders
will receive prompt attention.
Phone 263. * I0-13-5t
Money fo Lend?On improved farm j
lands at G per (tent:.; we can nego- |
tiate loans on property in the town j
, of Newberry. See us at once and j
file your application. Dominiek & ;
Workman, Attys. , 8-o-tf i
? 1 I
Finished farriIfr wash 10 z per pound.
Sanitary Laurdry Co. 0-20-St
g. eTcromer j!
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
? ft ? i !
I lot Ulue Stem Seed Wheat, extra
fine, clean and sound, bushel, $2.50.
10 bushel lets; $2.10.
Red May Wheat, $2.00 and $2.25
\ ' |
NEWEERRY, S. C.
for Sale i
203 bushels pure pedigreed Appier'
Oats, rceleancd and graded, first year!
fro:r? Pedigreed Seed Company. Xone j
better. Took second premium at'
State Fair. In five bu.ihel bag:;, $1.10
pei bushel with cash order.
1 A mmTAij
1 A Kg IK I (ll\l
O Jill fl Vl ? ;
We, the members cf the Channel I';
Gimc Protective association, hereby;
forbitl any one from hunting: or fishin
g or tresspassing in any manner on
ahi? v.i-nn.'ivtv "'I?! fiiTPV .'1
CilIV KJ L v;tu ?/& vrf * vA> y v
era! reward for information loading
to the conviction of any person violating
this notice. This property includes
land in No. 7 township, in
school districts Xos. :J7, 38, 39, -10.
- "id extends on Saluda river from
"Island Ford" to "the old cut-on"'.
We mean business.
J. L. HOLLO WAY,
c; a v\t \ v
E. 3. DOMIXICK,
Mrs. J. V;*. SIM.ViOXS,
V R. SMITH, Jr.
A. M. CHAPMAN & live-.
J P. ABXSY,
JXO. B. SCURRY,
A. P. COLEMAX.
J. J. MURRAX.
J. S. DCMIXICK,
.1. L. WATKIXS.
W. u. HOLLOW AY/
Ti. L. DO MI NICK. ;
J. Vv\ SAXDERS.
Fuller Brushes?I represent the Ful-.
Icr Brush company in Xowb^rry
county, and will be glad to have
your order. Phone 311 and make
appointments. Mrs. McHardy'
Mower. . 10-27-8t]
DO YOUR KIT
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i ejiill f! \\ f?^~;r^ea.'
The heppy. modern v ay. Think
will save you. Think of the hou
"Everything in the Sellers Cabinet is
You have, for example.'the Orir
t:on; the only Autcin....:j Lowering
Extender; the beautiful white Poi
Dust-proof Ea:v. Top underneath the
ware drawer; Ant-proof C<u:ie?3;
hand-rubbed finish; patented/
tion; Sanitary Lo? Base; Curtai
and many others.
Come in and,see a free demons* r
J. J. LANGFC
iaaigBa <r? I pattH^gnwgn< r wu-x
Lime Phosphate fo
Acid Phosphate fo
i Palmetto 8-3-3 for
T. M. Nee!,:
Rp A>. ? 1H
Two'brick mercantile buildings cor
occupied by W12. Johnson & Son and i
ing in vaiuc every cay, no oeuer prop
district. Renin well, priced right for
Five rco:n dwelling owned by Mr. .session
Jan. 1, 1Q22. Mr. Ward is bj
dispc.-e of c I lis property. A good val
For Saie or ?Five room av;ei
Summer Street. This property is nov
noticed the developments in real est
investigate this. Owner, Mr. Oxner, I
.If interested in any of the above sc
served. If you have an property for
I 0 srs Housi
| MONDAY, ?
| 1 iDiOj* dl
and six acts c
I SPECIAL BARG
! 2 Show
1 Children 25c,
Gallery SGc, I
Disappeared in t::o Morning
Mrs. Holton writes, "We bad bed
bi'.irs in cur beuj, but couldn't locratc
them in the moraine:. Seemed to disappear.
A friend told me about
<Sjr*"rrm. r-ir-*3T i imn?mm ! n i i n wiipi?Mil?
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sS^"i~7r-^ ii" -sali I flnanl
f ~I?j 1 i ,? I BUUfU
fe; i rriI i? A|
5?: '' x hUHH
' ~131 ii hH
r.1;?1 0 ni^ "WW
cf the work and energy a Sellers !
:s you can have for other things,
:n:.I Extending Table Drawer SecDrn;
Automatic Base Shelf
rceiain V/orh Table; the invisible
Porcelain Work Table; the SilverSanitary
Glass Drawer Pulls; oil,
; "Drawers; dovetail joint construcn;
Roller Bearings on Work Table;
3I?0 &c SON
11**/ rt .w r 9 kAinrnu.'
r Alfalfa and Wheat,
SL JT&. & -A
r.cr Caldwell and Boyee Streets now
i. C. Perry. This property is inereasicrty
to be had in the business
t. C. Ward on CalawelJ. Street, pos[
Holing a new home and desires to
jo. close in.
ling corner of Mayer Avenue and
7 and is well located. Have you
ate at this point. It will pay you to ?
e us at on^e. First come first
sale c? rent list it with us for quick
November 20 |
AIN FOR YOU
ge5 3.30 P. M,
' Adults, 50c, JH
plus tax H
M ' H
'V ^ U I i ivlj JSnfiHHN
Lower Floor $1 OHn
plus tax BH
red seats ?|M
Royal Guaranteed Bed Bug Liquid. I
u?vd it and it surely found them all
v: \i ~. They never cam? back." You
i-n l:i- .same rensi. zoc can.
Sold and guaranteed bv Maves Drug i