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An Unusual Opportunity
The special departments of Anderson Col
lege can enroll a few more pupils, and the Col
lege invites the ladies of Anderson and vicinity
to take advantage of this opportunity.
Prof. and Mrs. Goode Miss Ramseur
VOICE DOMESTIC SC?ENCE
Miss Stranathan Miss Murray
Miss Smith Miss Wakefield
Whether you contemplate taking up. the
study of any of these studies or not, we will be
glad to have you visit the College and see the
work that is being done.
DR. JAS. P. KINARD, President
Joe Norri? Had to Drive His Au*
' tomobila Into the Curb to
1 Avoid Collison.
M ? ? ? '- . . ' -- . ; I
?. As ho was Btarting for Hartwell, Qa., Tho Orr Mill peoplo declared yes
arlylng" down Wost Market street. Job tord?y that no moro welcome speaker
dorris and.his companions had a nar- could have been secured for tho sec
row escape from a collision with a ond event on the Y. M. CA. series of
buggy and-Mr. Norris was forced, to lectures than tho gcutloman who 1B
drive hiB machino .into the curve, to speak this, afternoon-Dr. John G.
where it was badly damaged. Accora- Clin-kscalco of Spnrtanburg. Many peo
puulcd by Miss Cleo Bailey, and Hary plo In all parta of the countv known
Snow Mr. Norris loft the city about Dr. Cllnkscalca and be will be given
i; 30 o'clock fdr tho Georgia town." Ho a warm welcome .this afternoon,
lind reached Market street and was Tho address this afternoon is to tako
driving at a good rate of speed when placa in, tho Orr Mill auditorium, over
? buggy In front of him eworvod to tho company's atoro. . Last . Sunday
tho wrong side of tho road and Mr. about COO peoplo heart! Prof. Daniol
NorriB either had to strike tte buggy of Clemson collego and. lt la believed
or drive Into the ctirbi Hs choose tho that fully . 1,000 will bear Dr. Clink
curb ond aa a result his machino waB sc?los thia afternoon. ' ?
badly battered. While tho address has been errang*
Fortunately nono of tho peoplo in od primarily for tho people of Orr
the Uut?mobllo sustained any. Injury Mill, rtev?rtholoss Oto public will bo
and thd driver ot the buggy escaped heartily wolcomed' und many visitors'
Without bio vehicjo being struck. from different sections of tho. city aro
' i- . --. ' .-. expected. . - <.
&OOD SHOWS AT WB^S nWFir : ' - %
Imperial Musical Comedy Com- man s-, according; to tho na&iiaa'^rZ
' p?y, C?r?Heven Peopl*. ^V|*%U!^^^"*)*
Her? TM* Week. ?ff?^*E?
_ "oar their own frontier, while in Gali
?:~'*T: " ; cia tho fighting con thanes without ma
, Th.0 attractions for this wcok i.t tho torin! changni.
. Palmetto will even surpass thouo of Tho nltuatlon oroatod. by Turkoy'?
the; past week, ?ud Mrv Plnkatou rccV attack? on Russian towns in tho
ommonds* tho "Imperial Musical -Tom- Crimea, arid upon Russian ships in tho1
ody company" to thog lovers of nigh Black'.Bim should soon, bo cleared up;
ciaso vaudovlllo. This company car- aa Gfcat'Britaln ?rid R?aslaliavo prc
rlcs ll peoplo and olaboratO costumes, sontod a demand tb tho Sublim? Portir
Thoir opening play on Monday will bo for ah explanation of tho incidents,
"My Wife-Uss Gono to the Country." tho dleraibaal of tho Gorm an-officers
Tuesday night thoy will present "Pin- and mon from Turkish warships, and
V uT?re;n and later lh tho week, "Too the dlsmautling of tlie :qocb'en and thc
?laay Babies." TUore will bo a chango Breslau, tho former: German cruisers.
o? program ovory night and , every Turkey's reply mode be delayed, as
dumber how and ontetfatntUg: Thc lt was announced tonight that tele
^ , gWph. communicaUon with Turkey
7These for Mcndny night bojhg a was Interrupted. It ia not yet clent
?%\r-mw?. reel^ Western comedy*-"Thc Out- what damago tho Turkish floot ?has
law: Reforms." . dono, although reports, from different
4 -fi?n nhhounc?mont: that .'will inter- Bourcos Bay, four Rurslan torpedo
est tho public is that Mr. ptnkston has boats, a mino layor, a jollier hud a
?mred thO> films Ot ?Am?rica,"' tho coast guard ship woro destroyed,
?r ra now bo- ,Ono, of-Great, Britain's difficulties
:3? Bhowii to thousands of ' people will bo tho protection of tho nil fields
dilly in - Jt^?w v Yorka greatest Play which she rocontly acquired IA Por-'
?\ Suso seven film ?ia, indian troops can be brought ?ip
fthtu^ , , ,
:^??fo<aW* the second week in -NO- ^Thoro lo much speculation as ; to
' ? kinari What, action tho Balkan .states apd
?M ? , ? ; i ' ."' > < ??'/'? ;.' Italy; will take in-view .of Turkey's
?>?; 'Et' Wofford' of Starr spent^ ?atranco into ^o strugfeie. but as yet
^ ?-^?ts^ yea^to^ with do^
l??g'V: -'. ' ' . ? : .?.'-.-'
After Four Itm ul Bl?3Hir&gu^ 1 *^ ^t?.W weak I could oof stand,
' ^^T^^f^^i?^; Atjasi; my, husband got me a bofle ?t.
..'.'.;.?..'.-y LT?in!)ef?a?. Hssbss? , Caratti, the woman's tonic, and I com
. Came to Reccw. menccd^
- .. can now
-ysuvii, ?vi.-in oil ; iuicrc?iiirg iracr ..?-? .-.--? -..>- *^?T" -~# r..-.^.-.-..
from ih? j^c?^^^^^ :: jlyoa'??a? ruadovtt??^wOW^
?^t? ai lo?tewsi su?h^ tbi^ toot b^uhU?, ?pn't
>^,wuTi^om1uiry? C^,t??wo?^^tO?t?. lihafaelped
k ' ' ml?ilmo, 1 could only sit up tor a Unie, mora'th^'i
?hile* ?ad could not wark anywhere at ycar|.^
'k?- fi times, Imw?? have severe pan* s?rely ??ejj? you, too. VoUf o>u^?st
?j?y.t???^fl-\ r? - . ' "; ,^.' ^&r?& toi:*#^^He;kr^
^? doctor ?ttcalted la* and tus Uni- U wW Co., Ask ^ilnt. He ?ffi *lt?otft.:
Second Feature on Y. M. C. A.
Program Will Bring Dr. Clink
. scales Here Today.
IN A BURS
Attendance Beyond AU Expects ti
Visitors Every Day-Every
Without a Hitch and th
Boosting Was in Et
(By a Stall Correspondent.)
GREENWOOD, Oct. 30.-Thc first
sosHlon or thc* Piedmont Fair erased
yesterday In a burst o? glory. Tho at
tendance '.van possibly In excess ot
thc expectations of thc promoters, and
thc great interest shown not only on
this day but on every ohor day, con
vinced those in nttendanco that tho
Piedmont Fair had come to stay.
Every feature of tho fair WUB carried
oiit as it was planned without a bitch,
and If there were any dissatisfaction
over anything done or said, it was not
manifest to the observer. Tho Green*
wood spirit of pulling together and
boosting was shown in tho staging
and management of tho fair. Other
fairs elsewhere have not been succes
ful, but.this cannot be said of the
first session o fthot Piedmont Fair. It
was a grand success.
Tho Uno of exhibits wcro very good.
There could not have been a better
exhibition of horses, cattle and hogs,
to say nothing of tho splendid exhibit
of poultry. Thc only feature of tho
fair not up to expectations was tho
agricultural oxhiblts. Those were a bil
off a's to quantity but the quality ot
tho exhibits was good, and they were
Yesterday was educational day, and
the big day of the fair. The parade in
thc carly morning WBB a magnificent ;
exhibition of the Interest the county
has in ber educational Institutions. At
least 3,000 pupils took part In thc pa
rade, and tho schools of the county
were reprsented as well as the schools
and colleges of tho city.
The parade was a wonder in beau
ty and precision, tho children, from
tho smallest to the -largest, Ailing .
their places in tho long procession I
with perfect exactness and, of course,
the cadets lcd the way with soldier !
like precision. Tho procession start
ed exactly on tho minute, at tho In
tersection., of Cambridge and North
Mala streets, . ana j marched tv? tho
Fair ' grounds down Main' " to Magno
lia and Phoenix in approximately 30 i
minutes. Thc Uno of march was as
follows: Chiof of Police J. B. Riley
on horseback; Messrs. H. V. P. Sch
r?der, president of Gae Piadmont Fair j
Association ; Mayor J. A. Marshall. Mr. |
H. C. Hodges, chairman of the board J
of aldermen in I n automobile, follow- ?
ci' by tho fo'ilo*: in g cars: Mr. W. R.
Cothran With representatives of tho I
Greenville n emile College; Prof. W. |
W. Ntckles an'' John O. Willson,
both dressed in co,con Bults, and .Sup
erintendent ct Education . John F.
Widaman ; Cc Tu. .-.P., & It; Balley and
Mujo** Wi- T>Woikmdb.. Then .''came
thy county, schools, in tho order nam
ed: Phoenix, Cooperv?l?, Bold Spring,
Calhoun School, Pine Grove, Olivo
Erunch, Quarry.. Iuka, Verdory, Brad
lev, Corbnaca, Edgewood, Mourit Mor
iah/ Puckett, 'Fellowship, Lebanon,
Kinards, Jones, Ninety Six, . Ware
Shoals Magnolia Street Greenwood
High School each class carrying an
individual banner Leslie, children ot.
tho: Connie Maxwell Orphanage-, all
dressed in cotton goods, and the young
ladies of Lander College. A cordon of
police followutt "the procession--.and
.kept ordor through the streets that
wcro massed, with humanity.
Orphanage Patriot ic >
Special mention. ' should bo made ot
tho children bf tho" Canute Maxwell.
Orphanage^Who,' true to the call, "bf
the Ead oc^t tonal committee, came
dr ea? ed In cotton, goods. Dr. . A. ? Ty
Jaml?o i marched in tho procession
and vnre a white Bult with white cot
ton c. \ Many were heard to express
pride t. Ute appearance of the orph
1$ unco lu Ute fair grounds tho school
children and students niassed in the
arena in front of tho grandstand and
Supt Widern au took advantage . of j
the opportunity before the crowd j
disbanded and piado a few remarks:
"It given mo great pleasure," he said.
WO greet you on this glorious day and
wi^?Wfti?*i^ ? If every industry ia
Greenwood county y*a?\i db intyr full
:d*Sy ?*' th* bWldrrtn'pr o*>r. /nubile
?schools'' and students inf bur college
have alway* demo and will continue io
do, wo will have a fair second tb bobo,
not only In South Carolina; hut ia all
tho ^uthland. The key. of . oyery door
of the Piedmont^ Jiair is .turned over;
to' you and ? hope you will . enjoy the
day to tho fullest,-and whocyob turn
your taces>h^ .... have,
tho satisfaction of knowing that you
BaveC the day for the first Piedmont
FalrJ You aft thrice welcome, tb the
Jays and privil?ges ot this grand oc
casion." . . ?
?,A' ? '-.- i^/A^pwbfe.'itot: ?'
The pupil? were then given leave
tor Richter boye ,itf sit.,
V the grounds ^bree woe?
arena, li vf?a a ?nti?tf?o? ?ay'-t?ii' ine
bi rdman, l?oC . His afternoon "
TU? oreeavine romalo JL^iiege, whoso j
exhibit did not .arriv? until, Thursday
night, was 'given 'firsit "prise for' r
best ?xhlblta m?do by any coll?ge
the Redmont section. Landor College
Von Second place. Theso pr?tes arb
in tho community outsido the city was
wWm:N>W^ twraecobd- W
Edgewood. The prit?? warb a map of.
ferod by Rand & McNally, and a
^JSbe dolla? pri*es? offored by the fa
culty ot tho Greenwood City schools
wore awarded aa follows: 'V-.
" 'ttfctf!-5water, v/oolbhii
Margaret Norris; best roll oT bread;
Emily Calhoun ; best plain ; sewing ty
ons and Great Interest Shown by
? Feature Waa Carried Out
o Greenwood Spirit of
primary school, Margaret Lyon; pest
plain sewing to grammar school. Fan- j
nine Metts; best, fancy work to High
School, Jessie Bailey; best manual
work, Clydo Pean; best In grammar
school, Talraago Wix; best to high
school, Gordon Duckett. . ?
The afternoon was devoted to Judg- '
lng the horses in several classes, and
to a football game between the Batley1
Military instituto and tho Wofford
Fitting school, which resulted in a
score of 12 to 0 in favor of the B. M.
I." . . '
! In thc award? mude ta winpers in
the horse entries.'' Anderson county
had soveral entries which won. J. J.
Fret weil, of Anderson carried off a
number of blues end reds on his pair
of (ino bays, as did Messrs. A, B. Pick
ens and J. D. Smith of Melton school
[district, and ot Anderson R. F, D. l?o.
2., who exhibited' three beautiful
county raised marcs.
I Thursday Mr. "Fretwell won second'
on single harness-horse driven' by a
lady, and second on double team, hea
vy harness horse,, driven by lady, as
woll as Bccond on combination saddle
and harness horse, farmer class.
I N friday's Awards.
Saddle and harness horse, first and
second-Tick ens and Smith. ...
I Pair of mules;- home raised-L. L
Pair, heavy harness horses, farmer
I class-WIBO and Hag?od.. ilrctr J. J.
: Fretwell, second.-1'
I Pair of fine harboss horses, open
Wisc and liagood, first; S. A. Harvey*,
Three gaited saddle borso, ridden
by a lady, farmer claa3-T. B. Hender
son, first; E. L. Brocks, second.
Pair of fine harness horses, driven
by lady-Wiso and Harvey, first; J. J.
Fretwell, second." ; .,
Three gaited saddle horse, ridden by
ja lady-W. C. Strawhorn, first; T. P.
Heavy harness , horse, open-W. C.
Ha good, first; J. J. Fretwell, second.
Fine, harness norse; farmer class
J. J. Fretwell first; M. C. Wise- sec
I H?avy harness-'lrorae, farmer-Will
Henderson, first^?i Jv Fretwell, ?o?-c
? pair of roadsters, open-^-WIse and
Hagood, first; Ai'it Di s.u. Jr., second.
In addition teethe horses exhibited
above J. W. Wharton of Iva, exhibited
his pair of mule co-its', which won tho
prizes at tho BeTtbn'Fair. "
-W. w. a
. ? ; M-:s?i;?;:?; . .>. i fr.
??...',..tum1 ih -.>?
County Officers5' Arie is Busy aa
' City a Policen^
Arrests Befog Made. *
HUIR GAN HELP
Public Health Service Announces
That Disease Can Be Stamped
Out by Using Proper Food.
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.-The treas
ury department's offerts to get South?
ern farmers to diversify crops anc
turn some of their fields over to oth
er products than cotton1 took a ?nov.
turn today when thc public health
service announced that the South
might help to eradicate pollappa by
raising beans and peas instead ot
cotton. . . .
"It you would avoid having pella
gra, you must eat an abundance <
I beans, peas, milk, eggs and lean meat
as a part of the regular diet," Bays, j
statement issued today through As
sistant Secretary Newton. "By uslnj
these foods regularly npt only may.
pellagra he cured when tho disease 1>
not too far advanced, but prevented.
This acut ally happened la at least
jone Institution where, in 1913 there
i were 75 cases. As a result nt chango
ot diet not a single case ia known t
havo developed this year. -' !'r-'
"It appears then that pellagra IE
but another example of a class ol
'diseases, like scurvy, can bo pr?vent
cd and cured by ab abundance bf food
of a proper character; -and this fact
suggests the advisability of Southern
farmers cultivating beaba and pea:
and raising dairy cattle inste?d of
cotton at a time when tho market" foi
the 'latter abroad has been' all but
destroyed by the war."
oooooooocop ooo o o
- ..?'.. . . ?: . 1 .'.
Among'thc social events of tho
week was a sociable given by Mrs~
W. A. Wiles on lost Thursday o ven
ing. Tho parlor and' dining roon
were decorated with"dh abundance;^'
I autumn leaves.' Several bowls' ' ?pl j
bright fall roses added their' frag-'j
rance to tho decorations. Miss Au:
nie Halford rendered some instru
mental selections during the. even
ing. Punch was served in tho. dinlc?
room by Miss Annie Sadler. Af toi
playing various games a salad course
was served by Mrs. W. A. Wiles,'Mrs
.W. P. McGeo ?md Mrs. j. E. Watson
Misse? Sophy and M. E. Jackson o'
S tor cvii le spent a few 'hours herc
I Frida- with relatives. . ? j'.?;
Mrs" S. W. Whaley pf Ango* ta; Gai.'
?8 here for a few daya* visH: to her
frjond, Mrs. J. T. Parnell,- who \ ..'ip.
ypry.ijiv v- j.,;^..,..^ 'Afc
Tho Philathea claSB.of tho Pr?sby
terian' church met on Wednesday'af
ternoon with Miss Lila Sherard a
j the homo of her sister. Mrs.< J. j B :
j Watson. After the business had bean'
[ transacted, and e> short while spent in
pleasant conversation,- Miss Sherard
assisted by her sister, Mrs.-: Watson'
I served a most delicious salad course: ?'
Mr,' Feaster : Jones of Starr was ir
town a few boura Thursday on bus|
ness.' * .
. Mr. Bradley Loverott of Starr'spent
Wednesday night at tho home of hit
brother. Mr. a E.. lie veretta
Miss May Yoarg?n ?eft ' Th?r8??y
for Cope, : in Orangeburg county
where sh? goes to take . ch argo off b
school.: Thia ls Misa Yeargln's second
term ;at Cope.. ': ! ;
Mri. J. C. LJgon and children havt
returned from a_ short visit td; bet
Qistsr, Hrs; E. Masters,, of Ari
^rshn, : ... - . -
Misses -Glen. Evans, and Shirley or
Anderson spent a few hours- how
Thursday. ... (? . .->.* ' "
.Miss Minhlo Gailoy' loft 'Friday: to
toko, charge: of her schor.1 hoar Honoa
Peth. ,.>. \'-y.'.
Misses Vora 'ahd-BnbT Spq&M .spehi
.tho. .week-end .with. relatives in a An :
deraoh and Honoa Path. ^ .
Miss*H. T. Jackson? spent the'weok
. ' ft
A?bf-, ^cponajd renterti?hed -fliiilte ?
lng w?s mostp?eW?ntly sp?pt^, m
plW ,ipueior rear?rtrd :by.:.it?h?&^
wak ar^mtfanl?jf hy ? ffi?
W$m S- m$?Od and'. ?wif? loft Fri
W*-for Anderson where they .go tr
'While ,th>#^tneyf#in?be thc
Jgjgfc ?. ' W H. W. -Stone -??d Jam
BUY OLIVER PLOWS
We offer,until sold, 25 Oliver Plows at following unheard of prices:
Or. Horse g.S.QO Oliver Plows at, . . , .*. .. .'..$3.50
Light Twp-Horse $7.00 Oliver Plows at .. .. .... .. . .$5.00
Regular Two-Horse $7.So Oliver Plows at.. . . . ; . .V . .$6.00
Heavy Two-Horse^$S.5o Oliver,Plows at.. .... .. ... .$7,00
Now is the time to buy them.
TATE HARDWARE o.
? WEST SIDE SQUARE
??mmmt? ts NOT ?
fO jp?fE STREETS
By reason ot the fact tbat the South 1
I Carolina House ot Representatives
killed tho bill Friday, permitting the
(City of Anderson to increase her bond
ed Indebtedness (rom 8 per cent ot th?
taxable property tb 15 per'cent, .there
will probably, be no street paving, done
in'Anderson at an carly .'date. Ander
son people had been hoping that .tho
bill might get through the General As
sembly and that the work could be
begun carly next spring. Senator 'Sul
livan bad the matter in charge in thc
Schate and got-the-bill through but
when it. reached the lower, house a
snag was struck. Some of the Ander
son delegation opposed the idea and re
?use? io support the bili and notwith
standing tho fact that it has been
dragging along. in -tho House for: sev
eral weeks, no .vot? was secured 'until
Friday, .The measure ijrae then balled
tffoi^^hilo': only ,BV^ .votes werer. cast
?jg&?St it- yet thia".svi?a ppfflciont to
i^^4he '.fact, ihai;. tte bin; wab m
amendment "tp tim State Constitution
ana ; w?fefbr?. required, a two-thirds
majbrlty in the House. The recent ?11I
buster -. serged'.tb ge t two things fi} tho
lower' bousfeT: Into such disorder and so
many members wera absent from the
hbhsb when jth? .bul came up for a vp to'
that it was ; Impossible to secure, tho
necessary majority. Mea sra. Kelson;
Hall and. Scott voted for the bin. litr.
Gray ; did bot yo te and ai easra; ; Ashley
and Summers voted against the bill.
Had? Ule bill gone through' some
thing like $300,000 would have been
turned'loose in Anderson early next
Spring and-hundreds of laboring peo
ple, who may be. out of positions by
that time, would ' have been given
work to do. '
: lt is uuderstcbd thajf Governor
Blease was .opposed to tho city of An
derson being given any help In this
matter and ona gentleman, present
when' the conference was held with
the chief executive, said that ho de
clared to a delegation consisting ot
Messrs. C. E. Tolley, Solicitor Kurts
P. Smith ''?nt|!Mayor Godfrey, on..tho
day before' tho special session o ftho
general assembly, convened that tho
city of Anderson would not get any
thing from him aa long as he remain
ed governor of South Carolina. He de
clared that the people of that city had
no -roAspn -f?r ' treating his brothor-ln
law,, >4r" aummere, as they did in bj?,;
race fo.rv-. state ' senator, and for Ulis
reason he* intended to use his influence'
wlfb Mr. S.ihnmarS agblnnt giving his
support^tb tbe Anderipb measure. Tho.
Governor declared alsp "that" if the
measure; jiftbeed tho .general ' assembly,
bo wbu?d\Voto lt;, that he did not in
tend tb let Anderson get anything it he
could help lt; : He stated that this did
not apply ft? tho county of Anderson;
that tho county could get anything it
wanted, ( . . v- '
Ask American People
, ::V Continued From Paso ; one.).
ObQ or $5,000.000 monthly, Thero Is
ho'money in. Belgium. .Th? whole
credit machinery, pas^ ceased. El ghty
per cent of the people ?re unemployed.
* "A plan. 'may :h?: devteed whereby
sftbb Bbbrian; as possess property may
give obligations to pay when tho war
.abflsV.' bid"%en; lt. wb could realize /On
ibeab r,Vhg%tions wa must still have;
nt l?^t : A60b,ooo mbntbiy ' in food or
moftsyf wita ,^blch :to buy tt, . _ ? ; ,
"During tho past wock We -have re
ceived and expended ;ia;i/om?rg?noy
food ;$o^;op^;abd;iyetibis; is. obly tour
da^s Supply. The problem Is ithmodl*
atel. Tba:B>lgians.:a>,e, bey.b?g-tbqm*?:
isb abd fFrettcb are under auch,s?*?f
ItaVo a minion refugees on their hand?.
Americans must feed Belgium thia
Winter. There never was such a call
bb j American charity andi there never
was a tanbie emergency so great
^?}y?ill y??, therefore, in tho interests
among' your, readers, ear-marked 'for .
the sole' purpose- of purchasing and
transporting food?' : Everji dollar so
raised: will be used to purchase food in
?r Wires to Brokers
\ NEW. Y?RKK Oct. ai.--Tho Postal
Teiograph Company today ?nnohnced
toat.'it'/bad: decided to tuscVmtunte-Ita:
peases of^Wil99 to brokers and that
^b?^bJrediSOK.daysi.nbUee .had b?eu
given. Th B announcement c?rnea as a
Boque 1 tb' tho 'Interstate ' Commerce
thb?.^it"M 'all a pretense that'brOkeire
cannot get 'sbMctently quick service
obvp?feUt? wires)'' .
"'.?':': :iffH ''Protect; ;A^ertcba?.' :
; WAOTR?TOtf, Oct ?l^Tbo naval
lii? toaat;toi -protectf;^WM
t- ; "SOM H?AD"|. ' 's i
S; ^ Wbm yo?t ferst notice your pou??y roc^rog ?roiiad the S
St -??cei'l?y^'oo^ .
K ablest deac?, and with their head? swoolen slightly, And hair-; jg
'??^'^';'^^?M^ of 'having g?ttep tho ^?r?tro? Jr ?i a >? .
? chicken fight you had better sen J ?T ONCE for a bottle of^V. j?/
???^^'?? ^;?^^ .' ? . - ;
[?^fce?rfbny and w?ling?y GUARANTEER tc cur? any jiad ^
. . .. n
tB? Yb?i mbttOy bbek ii you're not Satisfied. ^
I ?WI Bfi?G .CO. ?