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TILL GET 'EM AT
AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE
Let's Go On a
cost of high living
LET'S TRY IT ONE YEAR!
'I lie Government will f'.ive us
all the necessary advice. Write
Dept. of Agriculture, Washington.
Chanqe In Location
I am now located over W.
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. 1
thank my friends for their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns ot$4.00
Silver fillings, 60c and up.
Gold fHHnga $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting 40)c.
I make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, ?lveo
laris of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed teeth.
AU work guaranteed first
S. G. BRUCE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
' lit mire with ns and keep tho money
at homo. Kvory dollar of our collec
tions deposited In Anderson county
hanks and helping to improve Ander
non county conditions.
?.1.00 per 91,000 on Dwelling.
W.OO 2-:i per 91,000 on Other Property
?OME A3?. SKi: IIS ..
J. J. Smith. President and Treasurer.
J. 11. Vandiver..Vice President
J. J. IVfojor... .Secretary
Rev. W. W. I^eathors,
J. M. Knox, ??~.U '?iaVSl
Lee 0. Holleman, *
J. J. Smith. ,
P. 1?. Brown, "* ' "T
S. L. Shirley. "
J. R. Vandiver,
J. J. Major, ,
Hi H. Omv
Were Given Out to The Poor
S< vi>iily*tlir?e dinner.'; were given In
I lie dcacrving poor of Ander..mm und
ls< I (on on Christmas iluy by I lt? local
post of the Salvation Army. Tor sever
:il weeks KiiKlgu Helcher had hecn
working ami planning l'or the free
Christmas i|inner, uh It is commonly
culled, and us u result of his in hunt
a large n uni her of people mere inailu
happier than I hey would otherwise
have been on Christmas day.
Fifteen liusketK were Bent lo i Ici I on
ami dlHtrilutted utnotig poor families
Ihere. The remaining f>s were given
out here. Euch Imsket contained
enough iond r.ir live persons, mid the:
contents consisted of potatoes, bread'
coffee, sugar and cither a chicken or;
a piece of roast. _ j
BERLIN, Dec. 20.?The official an |
nounccmcnt on the progress of the
war, given out In Berlin this afternoon '
rel?tes German successes In the west- f
cm arena. English und French at-!
tacks near Nloupurt have been repul- ,
sod. The statement refers to engage- I
incuts elsewhere in France, but eith- i
er makes no mention of the outcome 1
or say:-: the situation .remains un
In Russia the Germans took prison
ers near Lotzeo; ceased their attacks
on the Dzura river and were success
ful on the PI 1 lea.
The Gorman admirality anuouncu
lventof an attempt by British war
ships against the German coast is the
lirbt mention of what appears to a re
ply to the recent German raid against
the Eugllsh ports - of Scarborough,
Whitney and llartlcpool. Tito British
authorities have made no mention of
From the reference to Cuxhaven in
the German announcement. It would
seem that the German rivers indicat
ed arc the Ellie und Weser. Cuxhaven
in a fortified German seaport, ?S nines
wout northwest of Hamburg. Ills at
the mouth o of the estuary of th3 Elbe.
The approximate distance across the
North Sea Crom from tn!e English
coast to Cuxhaven is 3G0 miles.
Each One Received Handsome
Christmas Gift of
(From Sunday's Daily.)
The "hello glrla" in ho employ of
the local office, of the Southwestern !
Bell Telophono and Telegraph com
pany were tho recipients yester'.:> of!
handsome and serviceable Christmas'
rememberdnccs from the well known j
jewelry firm of Walter Hi Kecso & Co.
Bach girl of whom thero ore fourteen, j
received a gold bar pin, in the shape I
of a crescent. It has been, a custom of J
this firm for years to give Christmas
pr?senta to the members of the police I
forco, the county officials or other
members of that class who servo the
public. It is needless to say that the |
young ladies are appreciative of tho
kindness and thoughtfiilnesB of this
NEW YORK. Dec. 26.?Tho state
meat of the actual condition of clear
ing house hanks and trust companies
I for the week shows that they hold
9117.121,200 reserve in excess of legal
requirements. This is a decrease of
SK.17A.7Kn Vf mm lnnt weelr
Saved Girl's life S
. "I want to toll you what wonderful benefit I havo re- [k
ccived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes :;
Mrs. Sylvan?a Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. S
"it certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, ?
liver and stomach troubles, I firmly believe Black-Draught jg
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they, went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's jg
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught lias proved itself a safe,
reliable, gentle luid valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black
Draught It Is a medicine of. known merit Seventy-five
years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for
y?ung and* old, For safe everywhere. 'Price 25 cents.
* ' (' A*'?' ti
BY THE f
ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF!
MAIL MATTER HANDLED ;
IN EXCELLENT STYLE.
DONE ON TIME.
Seemingly Impossible Task Is'
Performed by a Faithful j
No review of Christmas In Anderson .
would be complete or fair without j
mention of the very Important part;
played by the postoffice employees in ,
contributing to the success of the oc-,
e.ision. While some have taken no
tice of this fact, there are but few
people in the city and eounty whose)
pleasure was not made the greater by |
reason of the excellent service ren- j
acred by Postmaster John It. f och-;
ran'* loyal and efficient staff of help
' The truth of this would be far more
convincing could the people of Ander-1
son but have, taken one look into the
postofflec matter it was a sjfsht to
stagger any set of postoffl?e en.-1
pW.vees in the country which met tho i
e^ cs of the clerks and carriers last |
Friday morning. Actually, there were
wagon loads or mall matter brought
Into the office for delivery. To have
"worked" that amount of mail and de
liver It in one day of fair weather
would have been a tremendous tas?t,
hut to clear the postoffice by deliver
ing that much mail matter in such
weather as that which existed Friday,
seemed at first an impossibility.
A Herculean Tusk.
But with n determination that no
obstacle could have overcome, these
loyal men set to work to perform what
the average men fould pronounced an
impossible tar'-. The result of their
efforts was th t when dark came no
one single piece of mail matter, except*
that which was put In look boxes,
was left In the postofftce. In addi
tion, tho postofflec was as clean and
tidy as though It had never been used
ut all. One looking at the Interior of
that building Friday morning and see
ing it that night would scarcely linvn
believed his own eyes.
Bue a Holiday.
It should have been said in the out
set that Friday was a legal holiday,
and the city carriers and the clerks of
the postofflec were entitled to a holii
day. But not a single man once
thought of taking the day oii, or even
a part of it. In fact. Postmaster
Goohran has never observed the logul
holidays. Instead, they did tho hard
est day's work In the Dilatory of tho
Anderson postoffice. Too much could
not bo said in praluu of the city car
rlers, for on their shoulders fell a
burden that would have been Impossi
ble of performing by many. In a driv
ing ruin and through-streats that were
veritable quagmires the elty carriers
plodded throughout the miserable day,
making two complete rounds nnd do
Hverlng every piece of mail matter
that was to be delivered.
Rural Carrier.?** Task.
Despite the fact that they were ac
tually sick, suffering with la grippe
nnd high fever, two or more of the
employees refused to leave their pobIr
of duty when Postmaster Cochrdn
suggested that they do bo. They
stuck to the respective posts end
tolled away udtil the last piece of mail
matter had been properly disposed of.
So heavy was the mall to be deliv
ered in the city that two extra car
riers, Marshall II. Gaillard and E. C.
I McCants, who ore postoffice clerks,
were transferred to this service. So
burdensome was tne incoming moil
[that It was necersnry for the railroad
I to put two dray wagons into service
j hot ween the depot and postoffice in
stead of the usual one. And no man
[worked more faithfully than E. B. L
jGraddtck, the veteran carrier of mail
[to and from the postoffice to the
depot, to mako tho Christmas handling
of mall.a success. Mr. Graddlck is em
ployed by the railroad. Ho is an old
soldier, but his years affected In no
way his ability to do as much -work
as the youhgest man in the service
Heavletrt .Mails Ever.
In speaking of the matter yesterday,
Postmaster Cochran stated that the
Christmas parcel post mail this year
was estimated as being from three to
five times as much as that handled last
This fact Is most probably due to
the general public having become bet*
ter educated to the advantages or the
parcel post as a medium for trans
porting their packages, The "straight"
mail matter was ninny Ulme? heavier
than that of last year, anji the entire
amount of mall was the heaviest in the
history of tho Anderson postoti'icc
I Many patrons on the city routes
were appreciative of the good work
Jd.ono by the carriers and remembered
tthom In various ways. Some patrons
made the carriers nice presents, wbll*
others Invited them in tr have hot
coffee a*.d Christmas delicacies.
Not only was tho main dor tofriei
kept busy throughout tho week. But ?
rushing business was done at. sub-sta
tion No. I, at the, Orr-Gray Drug Cum
pany. Postmaster Cochran estimatotl
that tho amount of business dm? at
this sub-station this year wan fully
doubl? the amount doue ul Ilm main
poslofficn the first years ho WUH post
master, he agent, in charge of this
substation as well us those in charge '
of the sub-stations performed their
dut Ich well and with marked faithful
Hack of the excellent record ac
complished by Anderson's postoffice
force, who are second to nom; In the
United tates in efficiency and loyalty
In duty, is tho genius of Postmaster '
John It. Coehran, who has just gone
through 1rs Hovcnteenth Christmas in
tills capacity in this city. lie is the '
oldest postmaster in point of service
in South Carolina, and it Is largely due
to his abnility to organize the work
and ?xceni/? tho plans that are neces
sary to Its success that the Anderson
public has enjoyed the best postal
service of any town of the size of this
city In the United tateB. here is gen
eral regret that he is soon to lay down ;
the duties which ho has performed so
raithfully and well through nil these
in order that the general public
might know the employees of the post
office who have contributed to their
enjoyment of Christmas, the follow
ing directors or the office is pub
The Employees. ]
j Rufus H. Gaines, assistant postmas
ter and chief clerk.
P. C. McPhail, superintendent of
carriers and dispatching clerk.
Garland McGregor, money order and
Harry Jones, dispatching clerk and
general utility clerk.
C. C. Gaines, general delivery clerk.
C. Ed Kimsey, stomp clerk.
James H. McDaniel, dispatching
clerk and parcel post clerk.
Marshall H. Gaillard, substitute gen
eral utility clerk, and carrier.
Edwin C. McCants, substitute gen
eral utility clerk and sub-carrier.
Malcolm T. Burrlss, city carrier.
Balus C. Maxwell, city carrier.
John L. PurgaBon, city, carrier.. ?
F. A. Williford, city carrier.
Elliott C. McCants. >
Lawton M. Willlfocd, parcel post
Leighton Pruitt, Substitute parcel
Harold Howcll. special dolivcry
Jesse Johnson, special dolivcry mes
Jasper Coker, serving for J. J.
Coker, rural carrier .No. J".
Sloan Maxwell. rural carrier No. 2.
Clarence I. Meeks, rural currier No.
W. S. Power, rural cnrrlor No. 4.
Wade II. C.ilmer. rural carrier No.
Orovor C. Hall, Rural Carrier 0.
Leroy Gaillard, rural carrier No. 7.
James P. Gray, rural carrier No. 8.
John A. Dendy, olork in charge
Gluck rural station.
Samuel H. Johnson, clerk in charge
Mills rural station.
L. Reed Jackson, clerk in chargo
Orr rural station,
SmUh U. Mull, clerk in charge Tox
awoy rural station.
David S. Gray, clerk in chargo city
station No. 1.
E. B. Li. Gruddlck carries mail to
and from tra?na for railroad, f
Too Late for Xmus.
F.?ME. Dec. 2G.?(6:25 p. m.l?A
daughter .was born today to Queen
Helena of Italy. Mother and child are
By' virtue of authority vested In
me in accordance .with a trust deed
executed to me by P. fl. ft T. J. Orif
ftn on the 9th .day of January. l!H *,
(said deed being recorded in tba of
fice of the clerk of court for . Ander
son Couuty in r.ook S. S. S. S. at
page 207) I will fell to tho highest
bidder in front ?r tho court houso
door at Anderson. 8., C .during tbo
usual hour of sali on Monday. Jan
uary the 4th, 1 HT., the following de
scribed tract of land,, wit:
All that, certain 'Aifece, p?r?el or
tract of land lying, being and sltunto
in . Broadway township, Anderson
County and ill the State, of South
Carolina, on waters'-of Beaver creek,
containing one hundred (100) acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of B. (I.
Breasesle, L. E. Campboll, MlVT;;:M.
Campbell and' others, It being ' the
same tract of land' conveyed to P. B.
&. T.. J. Griffin* by J. J. Fretwellon
tho 15th of October, 1910, which said
d?cd is also recorded in office of the
clerk qf court for Anderson ^County
to which further reference may be
Terms of sale: One-third cash, bal
ance on er ?dB: of. twelve months, se
cured by i and mortgage on said
premises b ng interest at tho rate
of eight pe? codt per annum, with
privilege of purchaser paying nil
cSBh if ho so desires.. l*urohastw,to
pay extra for all pnpers.
R. U ORIFFIN.
Christmas In City and County
Marked by Good
n<'iti>r order than thai which has
prevailed in Anderson city and county ,
[Iiis year is not recalled by the oldest '
Inhabitants. With the exception of a
tiair-(h)7? ii (Irung*; and what appears to
liave heen an accidental shooting, t
there has heen no disorder In the eity J]
i?r county of consequence. Ii
'.he sheriff's office has been one of 1
the quietest and most inactive places ! s
in Anderson for the past week vir 11
more. What few arrests were made for |
drunkenness and disorderly conduct 1
were by the city authorities. I
Mayor Acts j
Suspends Fines of Three Young <
Men Fined for
(From Sunday's Daily.) i
It lias been learned that Mayor J. H. i
Godfrey has suspened the sentences :
or the young Milte men who pleaded
guilty in recorder's court last Mon
day morning of charges of gambling.
It will be recalled that at 2 o'eloclt
last Sunday morning a detachment ol
police raided the armory on West
Barle street and arrested seven young
men on charges of piaylug dice lor
In recorder's court the followingday
the charges were dismissed as to one
member of the party. The remaining
six entered pleas of guilty and each
was sentenced to pay a line c)* S25.
Upon .the recommendation of the city
attorney, the recorder suspended the
sentences of three of the six young
Some time after that Mayor Godfrey
suspended the sentences of the other
three young men. This fact was dis
covered yesterday upon a perusal of
thu polies court docket. Some time
ago. it is Btuted,' elty council delegat
ed to the mayor Its authority to grant
pardons or in any other manner nul
lify the action of the recorder.
Negro Boy Claims Shooting of
His Sister is
(From Sunday's Dally.)
Whether the r.hooting of Rebecca
Moore by her brother, James Moore,
yesterday morning at the family resi
dence on Cleveland street was. acci
dental, us the boy clam3, or intention
al, the county authorities do not know.
At nny rate they have James i^Tntnd
the bars, where hn will remain until
this point lias been decided and tho
girl recovers from her wound.
James Moore, a colored hoy of about
20 years af age. says he was play
ing with tho pistol, a 22 calibre affair,
when it went off. The bullet struck
bis sister, who is said to be about 18
years of age; in the back and lodged
in a kidney. Medical attention was
given the negress and at. last reports
she was getting along well. The boy
works in the slasher room of the Bro
CONTRABAND OF WAR ..
List Has Recn Revised by' 0reut Brit
tain and Notire Uhren United
WASHINGTON, Dec 26.? Great
Britain today notified the United
States of a revision o ftho- British
contraband list The previous -list of
contraband is maintained, but sulphur
and glycerine arc transferred to the
absolute contraband class. ' , ,
The following additions'to tho list
of absolute contraband was made:
Ingredients of explosives, namely,
nitric acid, glycrrtne. aectons, cal
cium acetate'and all other'metallic
acetates, sulphur, potassium nitrate,
fractions of distillation products' of.
cjai tar between benzol and crcsol
inclusive^ aniline, methylnnlliuo,
dlmtby 1. aniline, auionlum Perchlor
ate, sodium Perchlorate, barium chlor
ate, calcium nitrate, mercury. :
Resinous products: . Camphor and
turpentine (oil and spirit.)
Ferro alloys in?lnhdtng ferro-tung
sten, ferro molybdenum.
Tungsten, molybdenum,, vanadium,
selenium, cobalt, ma gnose, wolfram
ite, acheelite. molybdenite, magnesef
ore, sine, lead oro. ,
Alums and salts of alumlnus. r
Antimony together with sulphides
and oxides of antimony.
Copper, part yrought and copper
-Submarine sound signalling appara?
Tires for motor vehicles and cycles
together with articles or. materials
peclally adapted for use in mann
ure or repair oi I ires.
.^Rubber, including rav/ waajte and xc*
dmlmed rubber and goods mode whol
ly of robber.
* ELECTRIC Cm
* Items of Interest and Personal
* Wireless on the Sti
y * v. ********* *.?
And Admitted II.
William J Hums i;; clear out of the
running with Deputy Hill Drennan of
Magistrate W. C. Hroadwcll's office
.vlieu it comes to turning off a clever |
'.it ot detective work and getting re
mits. The man whom Bill caught is
tamed Hill also, but that had nothing
.0 do with the case. He' would have
icon caught all the same had his name
>een either .Mutt nr .left' vir anything
Mse. Several weeks ago a man who
Melted the carnival which was show
ng in North Anderson had his ovcr
oat stolen from his automobile. The
natter was reported to liill (whose
Christian name is Williams, the same j
is W. J. Hums) and ho at once pro-j
:tded to ferret out the thief. The j
leputy went about the Job deliberate
ly but none the less surely, and as a |
result his man. Hill Davis, pleaded
guilty to the charge in Magistrate
Broadwell's court and was sentenced
to pfcy a fine of $10 of serve 30 days
on the gang. The man purloined a $25
overcoat and soM it for the measley j
sum of 7.', cents to a party at Iva.
The overcoat is now in the posaession
of the chief of police at that place.
Davis is about 10 years of age and was
arrested near the Itivcrside mill.
Haw .i Fox Hunt.
Few Anderson folk had ever wit
nessed a fox hunt until yesterday,
when scores of them saw the real
thing. This one, however, was on a
motion picture screen. It was none
the less realistic, though, and just as
enjoyable as the sure enotfgh hunt
doubtless Is. The picture was staged
here in Anderson by au Atlanta firm
and Col. James T. Roberts furnished
the "dope.'J-The film was shown at the
Paramount theatre yesterday and last
nlgnt and will be shown again Mon- :
dPy. Whilo tho entire picture was
good, parts of it were exceptionally
lino. The scenes of the largo pack of
hounds dashing through the woods
and occasional glimpses of the fox it
self were thrilling to say the least.
Several well known homcB in the city
and county, notably those or Messrs.
0. O. Uurris. W. A. Watson and J. J.
Fretwell. are brought into the scenes. |
Several Anderson people are actors
in the picture and without exception
they acquitted themselves w?U.
Writing Many ?
' The last few days have been excep
tionally busy ones with Magistrate W.
C. Broadwell, and in one linn particu
larly, that of drawing up labor con
tracts, he has been rushed beyond all
comprehension. On Thursday lie drew
up .40 such papers. How many he drew
prior to that date is not known, but
the number will probably exceed a
hundred. Farm laborers are being
promised all the way from $8 to $15
per month. The average price, how
ever, .is $12 per month, tbe laborer!
agreeing to feed himself.
' o '
No Recorder's Court
On Christmas Hay.
There was no session of tne record
er's court on Christmas day. Conse
quently those mortals' who were lock
ed up Thursday night and did il?t get
out on bail were forced to languish
in prison throughout that night and
nil day Friday night and until noon,
yesterday, when court was held..The
majority, of those who were locked
up Christmas eve managed to obtain
bail in some manner, leaving but a
few who were forced to spend the
Yule Tide in the city prlBon. '
Christmas Tree ' .
For this Hog.
r Jack is a prize-winning English' bull
terrier, owned by Thomas H. Glenn.
Jack is never forgotten on Christmas
and Mr. Glenn was very busy Thurs
day afternoon trying to arrange a
Christmas tree for the dog. He- bad
some small toy cats and dogs together
with some choice bones and a . huge
pork chop. Jack was also the rccel
pient of a box of bon bons from a dis
tant city, which ho enjoyed Immensely.
Mr. Glenn invited several of hiB
friends to attend the function,} which
was held in his room.
j Former City Editor Back
For ? Visit In Anderson '
Mr. d: .Watson Bell,, former city
editor of the Jatclllgcncer, now editor
and business manager of the York
News, is spending n few hours in "His
Town" with friends. The expression
"His Town" is appropriate in every
s?nse of tho word. As the. many,
friends of "Watson" as ho is known
all over the city aro always more than
glad to have him with them, and are
profuse in their best: wishes for a
prosperous Noar Y?;ar as "Edit?r-incW'
oaf"'of the York News. Under whose
able guidance, is bound to become one
of tho most powerful and influential
factors in the betterment of Yorkvillo
and York county.
. ,., , o '-'
I Stele Fowls and
Cet? in Jail.
AW Brown, colored, rvos brou&ht to
Anderson Friday afternoon drom Wii
liamston, where he was conviel?a of
stealing chickens and sentenced to
r SPARKLETS *
l Mention Caught Over the *
eets of Anderson #
j? # .y. v *5f? *
pay a line of $r>0 or serve 00 days on
ihn ehuingang. anil placed m ??0
county jail. He will be sent to the
eountv ehalngaug where he will work
out his sentence. Several cases or.
theft of fowls were lodged against
Instead of the regular Sunday
school services at the First Baptist
church at Beliou today, the day will
he observed as "gift service," when
white gifts for tho King will he
brought. Everyone is invited to attend
the services and bring Bomo gift of
white. An address will he made by
Mr. H. W. Provence.
Km ploy cos Off To"
The Annunl Banquet.
A special ear attached to one of the
interurban trains leaving the city yes
terday morning carried some three
dozen employees of the Southern Pub
lic. Utilities company and the Pied
mont and Northern Lines, who make
their headquarters in this city. They
were bound to Charlotte, where the
annual banquet was held last night of
the employees of the Duke Interests,
which embraces the Southern Power
company, the Piedmont and Northern
Lines, the Southern Public Utilities
company. Heretofore it has been the
custom to banquet the employees of
these three companies separately and
in different cities, but this year it was
decided to bring the employees of all
companies together in one big ban
quet. The affair was held in the arm
ory at Charlotte and doubtless was
an enjoyable occasion from every
Cold Wave Swoops
'Bonn on Anderson.
A day that*torake -cloudy and threat
ening yesterday and moderately cold
turned off fair In the afternoon and
brought about the coldest weather
that has been' fc)t hero this winter. A
'stiff, biting wind sprang up and drove
the chilly atmosphere through the
heaviest wraps and overcoats. As a
consequence of the uncomfortable
.weather, few people were on llie
streets during tho afternoon. The
streets Inst night were all but desert
ed. Early In the evening the mud
which holds undisputed sway in An
derson streets, began freezing anil by
midnight was frozen so stiff one could
walk over what were puddles, of liquid
mud but a few hours before. Unless
water pipes were cut off and well
drained last night, plumbers will have
all the callB they can answer this
R. I. Yeargin Is
Governor Bleasc has appointed R. I.
Yeargin magistrate at Sandy Springs,
vice Earie Green, deceased. It was an
nounced some days ago that the gov
ernor had appointed A. M. Mllam to
this position, but tho papers issued in
the appointment of Mr. Yeargin stat
ed that Mr. Milam had failed to quali
French Submarine Sunk.
*. LONBON, Dec. 27.?(.?:2G a. m.)?A
steel net stretched across the entrance
to Pola harbor, Uio great Austrian na
val port, proved the undoing of the
French submarine Curie, aayB a dis
patch from Milan tc Lloyd's News.
In company with other submarines
the Curie was attempting to force an
entrance Into the harbor to torpedo an
Austrian, squadron. L The''Curie collid
ed with th? net. A merchantman gave
the alarm 'and the forts opened fire.
Two shots struck the Curie, which
slowly sank. The captain and crew,
except one ofllcf, nwam clear and
were captured. .
Unto everyone is* given tho right to
investigate, but . many remain ig
norant on thd ?most important sub
jects by. accepting hearsay as facts.
We give the \ '
, WHY, WJl?REfc'OfiE ' *
!AN,I>,PR0uF .. ' --
it>r everything we do In ouv our op
' We are ready to shovy, you whether
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