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money refunded. ,
The Day In Congress
WASHINGTON. Jan. ll.-SENATE
-Senator La Follette Introduced a reso
lution to prohibit the eastern railroads
from potting Into effect the Increased
freight rates recently authorized by
the Interstate commerce commission.
Secretary Garrison testified on Phil
ippln? bill and hearings before the
? committee were closed.
Senator Ransdell advocated in open
session prompt ratification of the
pending Colombian treaty.
Senator Sheppard served notice he
would propose a prohibition amend
ment to DlBtrfct of Colombia appro
priation bill tomorrow.
Adjourned at 6:46 p. m. to noon
Tuesday. 4 iga*
HOUSE- Began consideration of
river and harbor appropriation bill.
Representative Borland, of Missouri,
made a 'speech supporting President
Wilson In his difference with Senator?
over federal appointments.
Bill .Introduced by - Representative
Gorman'of Illinois to prohibit-expor
tation ot'foodstuffs when such exports
would abnormally Increase prices In
the Unilted States.
Resolution Introduced by Represen
tative Kahn, of California, calling for
information concerning Panama Ca
nal toll rates. -? ? ? \.
Passed bill prohibiting Intermarriage
of whites and negroes In tba District
of Columbia. .-Y V? , *?
Leaders arranged for a 'vote tomor
row on the womat suffrage const! tu
i Monal amendment . ,
* Naval committee coc^WftrMslPjSfSS.
Adjourned at 5:55 p. ra. to ll a. m.
so ?sc OG cooes ea o co o a
? TOWN VILLE LOCALS . o
Special to Th? bUlUsmctrt-.
TOWNVILLE. Jan. 9.-The New
Year brought with lt a number of
changes in residence for various
Town ville people. Dr. and Mrs. Hob
son have moved from Townvllle and
will reside at the home of H. C. Routh,
who is the father of Mrs. Hobsod.
W. C. King and family have moved
from Tow-iville to "Livingston Farm"
where Mr. King has a large part of]
his financial interests.
Ed. Earle and family are welcome
newcomers to Townvllle.
Reese Fant has moved to the resi
dence formerly occupied by Dr. W. T.
T. B. Jpnes. Prof. Frank -Hawkins
and Miss Nell Kellet visited Beneca
Rev. Ri H. Lupo, the new Methodist
minister, preached an excellent sar-!
mon last Sunday. He ia winning a;
warm place In the hearts ot his con
^Mhvs Catherine Johnson baa return
ed to "Rayburn Gap Institute," Geer-j
gla, where abe ls a student.
Prienda of T. B. Jones presented
him with a handsome walking cane at
the smoker given in Seneca >i?cehtly
in honor of bia approaching marriage
to Mia? Carrie Hunter.
GRAND JURORS FOB YEAR
1615-PETIT JURY FOR
HON. FRANK GARY
Of Abbeville W01 Preside Over
Criminal Court Convening
Monday, February Itt.
The Jury commissioners for Ander- j
son county met yesterday morning at
the court house and drew IS grand
jurors to serve during Ute year 1916
and 36 peUt jurors to serve during the
first week of the winter term ot the
court of general sessions, which will
be convened here Monday, February
1, with Judge Prank Gary of Abbeville
This will be Judge Gary's first ap
pearance on the bench in Anderson
county since his election to th? posi
tion of circuit judge.
The Grand Jurors. ~*?
The grand jurors drawn are as fol
G. W. Laboon, Centorvllle.
J. D. Babb. Fork.
C. M. Robins, Garvin.
! J. J. Finley, Hall.
Wade A. Watson, Hopewell..
Jas. M. Pruitt. Martin.
W. H. Chamblee, Rock Mills.
Jas. A. Winter, Savannah.
C. C. Jones, Varennes.
. J. Walker Hollfday. Willlamston.
W. L. Mouchett, Corner
E. R. Parker, Belton.
Six members of the old grand jury
who will hold over this year are ss
R. W. Trlbble, Anderson.
D. C. Brown. Anderson.
Jas. R. Anderson, Broadaway.
T. J. CJatworthy* Honea Path.
W. S. Mauldin, Brushy Creek.
H. J. Martin, Pendleton.
' J, R. Massey. Brushy Creek.
P. C. Bowen, Hall.
J. H. Johnson. Varennes.
B. M. Aull, Pendleton .
R. W. Parker, Varennes. . . ? ?"?>
J. W. Sanders. Pendleton.
John W. Linley, Anderson.
W. F. Mallison. Belton.
B. A. Wilson, Pendleton.
FRlLTripp, Brushy Creek
John B. Adger, Belton.
' L. F. Kay. Honea Path.
T. F. Ashley, Martin;
: J. C. Busby. Rock Mills.
A. Ix Rollins. Willlamston.
ia B. - johnson, Belum. - I
N. 8. Reeves, Garvin. !
S. B. Bratcher, Martin.
W. C. King. Fork.
W. C Wbods. Honea Path.
' M. A. Sullivan, Fork.
W. P. McClellan, Anderson,
j G. F. ' Eagle, Centervflle.
8. C. Beam, Willlamston.
? C. C. Dargan, Anderson.
P. E. Spoon, Corner.
?E. P. Gambrejl, Eoodaway.
A. W. Spearman, Brushy Creek.
; Gny N. Norris, Varennes.
C. R. Johnson, Varennes. -
Arthur Rhody, Hopewell.
( WA Perry, Centervllle.
J. 1. Wright, Rock Mills.
T. L. Little, Savannah.
HOW TO CUBE A LA GRIPPE
. "Coughs that hang on" demand
treatment. Stop and think! Reason
'and common sense tell you that it is
folly to "grin and bear lt." Those
racking la grippe coughs that wrench
the body and cause soreness and
palnfe in the lungs yield more quickly
to Foley's Honey and Tar lhan to any
other treatment. Forty years' record
ot successes proves this. For
coughs, colds, croup and omer 4?
tresslng ailments ot throat, chest,,
lung's, larynx and bronchial tubes, you
cab find nothing that will compare
with this reliable remedy.-Sold by
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
SJ * ? * ? * ? * ? * * . * *.
* ELECTRIC CIT
* HMM of liiisrsst and Persoai
* Wireless co thc Si
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..u III?$NT^ ?A ia*. -;
Far UM Destitute,
Special collections for the relief of j
Ute destitute people In the city' of j
Anderson ' were taken yesterday in
several of the churches of Anderson.
Three churches, two of which pre
colored, reported yesterday to Gen
eral Secretary Burnett ot the Ander
son Relief Association the amounts 1
that had been subscribed by them.
One colored cburch reported that t's
had been taken and another cnurch
reported a collection of |3.20. One of
the mill churches reported a collec
tion of something over $3.
Bat Two Cases
But two cases were before Record
er Russel yesterday noon when po-1
lice court waa convened. The fact |
that but two arrests were made be
tween noon Saturday and noon yes
terday, 48 hours, speaks mighty well
for the order of the city. Ben Drake
waa before the recorder on charges]
ot loud swearing and disorderly con
duct. He waa fined $6. Andrew
Jones, a familiar character ,in the
police court, waa up on Ute same ol?
charge, that of drunkenness. He Waa ]
sentenced to pay a fine of 85 or serve
10 days on the gang.
Definite Bate Fer ?~~
It wss announced yesterday tbs! a
definite date had been set for the
holding ID Anderson ot the winter
music festival. The attraction will
be here March 16. 17, and 18, practi
cally one month after the scheduled1
opening of the new Anderson theatre.
Many Anderson people are looking j
forward with keen anticipation of |
pleasure to this event.
Owl Drag Co. Is
Moriug in Goods.
Work of removing Ute stock of
goods from the defunct establishment
of E. C. Lewis to the Owl Drug Co
purchasers, of Ute stock at the recent
auction held by the trustee, was be
gun yesterday. The stock of gooda is
fresh, all having 1 been purchased
since lsst August.
Weat te Wlillamstea.
. County Superintendent of Education
J. B. Felton, went to Wllllamston yes
terday ; morning for Ute purpose of
conferring with the trustees of the
school there with reference to tVe
carchase of laboratory equipment}
lowtUte school. The trustees decided
to purchase something like 8100 worth
of equipment for the institution.
Miss Annie Laurie Hammett of
Greenville ls spending a few days in
the city and la assisting- County Su
perintendent of Education J. B. Fel
ton in his office. Miss Hammett's fath
er, tbs Rev. W. D. Hammett, is pas
tor of Flat Rock Baptist church'and
the First Street Baptist church ot
Willtecjston, both in this county. ,
Two Cases Before?
v Judge Breavdwell.
But two cases were before Msgts-1
trate W. C. Broad well yesterday, ? j
dismissal of the charges being order
ed in each Instance, Grace Shirley!
and John, better known as "Gimlet"!
Derrick, were before the magistrate j
on charges of disorderly conduct on
Ute public highway, it 'having been
alleged that the disturbance occurred
hear1 the Townsend Twine Mill at 2
o*bltfck Sunday morning:
Thc frteqas^of^ lohn Thompson, ?
cashier $f the Southern Bell T?l?
phone Company's, local plant., will be
Pleased to lea/?n that,he.baa recover
ed sufficiently, from a recent illness j
to be .at his. desk again. A mooth
ego Mr. Thompson underwent an op*]
oration for appendicitis at Uta. Ander
son County hospital. He was dis-1
charged some ten days ago and went,]
to his father's home to recuperate.
Yesterday morning he was able to re-1
turn to bis desk at the telephone !
building on Weat Whitner street.
The annual mooting of the Ander- ]
son County Farmers Union will be j
held today at ll o'clock at the court
house. It ls probable that ute meet
ing will be well attende J. as th ls le
the date for the election ot officers to
serve for the eneuiag ye*r.
Aa th*, result, of V ani?ouiicemeet'
Uu street force? 26 per cent and en
large the ?umber cf mea employed by
? per cent-, affective, yesterday mora
tag,,.soma ths**ii4pfett,or enere -as
grean.- spall. *-jten?wacsn to? Street .Ov
erseer QiUn?r . yesterday mom lag. .Tip
Officer seated that he bad decided that
ia taking ea this extra help ho would
alva prefer sn e* ta tfcoa* ma? mhn r
bara families dependent upon bis
EM Taken Hame.
Anderson friends sad acquaintances
of Sheriff Hendrix Rector of Green*
am?Goanty will be pleased to learn
that he baa recovered sufficiently
from inturfes received fa a fscent au
acotdsat io leave the bogst*
H? la now re?Ung at bis. home?
.the Laurena reed, and Banday was
.e <A bis np and sliting In his chair,
is still suSferta? se^e soreness la
shoalder and chest, bs* otherwise
Y SPARKLETS .
? Mention Caught Over th? *
trente. Anderson *
* V *'*'***'* * ? ? ' * * ? .
Of n Suicide. .
'Nev's has reached Anderson br let
ter of th? death of Charlie Martin,
who took his life at his home In the
8tate of Arkansas some days ago. He
was a son of the late Capt. Jesse Mar
tin of the Roberta section, sad left
Anderson .County some 25 years -ago.
! He has many relatives in this county.
Several weeks sgo. it la stated, he fell
from a ladder and received ''injuries
on his head from which he did not
fully recover, and lt ls bellevbd thal
the took his lite while temporarily
I mentally deranged as a result of this
Southern Publie ?~
Pursuant to a resolution of city
council adopted in December that on
January 10,1915, payment of bills al
ready rendered by the Southern Pub
lic Utilities Company, for water and
.lights be made, a voucher was sent,
to the company yesterday .for f?,
933.88,, which settles all accounts be
tween tits city, and the. com nan y for
servicer rendered , up to the first 'ot
January, IQl.r?. On December lo conn
el.! ordered payment of bills for No
vember on tho scale of.prloes exist
ing under the old franchise. The dif
ference In,the bill for service as ren
dered under the new franchise waa
5180.04. The voucher seat yesterday
te tba covpahy 1 was In payment in
full of billi rendered as follows:
Balance das on bills rendered
December 10.$ 180.04
Water rentals December ... 690.00
Water for sewerage, etc. ... 103.35
Water city hall,. -.. . 12.12
Lights rentals December_1,018.83
Mghtr city hal) . . . .... 28.78
Supplies.'. ... 1.26
Tapping main.,... 1,50
Total ..tl .?S1S8
: y -ilv' a> m*~>
Schedule af Miss M. M.
GarilagtoB This Week.
Before leaving yesterday for a visit
to the school st Concord. Miss Maggie
M. darlington, county supervisor of
rural schools, gh ita on i the following
Itinerary which "abe will endeavor to
follow th ta week:
? Tuesday morning. Oak Hill.
Tuesday afternoon. Concrete.
' Wednesday morning, St. Paul.
Wednesday afternoon. Airy Springs.
Thursday morning, Mt. Springs.
....Thara*** af|jgj^^Rock Milts.
': FTldaT'-aWpOPO '
William Bolt is >
Critically Itt. v. r
News reached Anderson yesterday
of the-erUlea! ?linees cf WU ll-ti ?elf.
at bis holt*''8'miles west of the city.
He is some 85 years of age and bia
chancea ot recovery from the severe
attack of la'grippe which he ts suf
fering ,aro doubtful., He has been itt
tor four days ?m ntfst of the time, baa
been unconscious,. Members of tbs
family aire prepared tor the Worst
and have gathered' ot the bedside. He
baa four, children,.Mrs, Joseph Busby
of this county, Mrs. George Gaines of
Belton. Mrs. Arthur Gaines ot Belton,
Mrs. Arthur Buchanan of Autun, Mrs.
W. E. Stevenson of livonia. Ga. Fire
Chief Jackson and: MY. Sam Ja el mn
pf 'Anderson are grandsons.
Meets Tala Afternoon.
Tit? Elementary Union will meet
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at Central
Presbyterinn church. The program
whick was previously published will
be carried out. All Interested, tn ele
mentary work are - cordially invited
to attend, th? meeting this afternoon.
Insoectlai Work ea -
J. a CrmkBhanks. engineer for the
Charleston *V Western Carolina Rail
road, wa? tn Anderson yesterday fpr
tbie parp?se of Inspecting work on
tho concret*-retaining wall Which ls
being built around a part'of the ter
B DRIED RIGHT
t?*o Iflrn eoM ?ma te snbT
irrita^oa and d?ar
.eat or Iritf Usa ea tbs
sad body when aeeoea
and maaA^Mi^Mmr ken owuM
oases of- las pa resits aessreyay Pyap
mot ?J^^MWS? a yin-.? sore
H MW fails (*? sttsidua tba teaing Irrl
Mdse sed drVva ibo Bim-s away and
JMe or^ysars^k^ b?fete any enm
asas? anaftsryey sw^rifbiwfy^e^ twtwT
The progrese ot modern medical
.dence is, perhaps, no more force
fully evident than in' the simplify,
lng of many of the old time re
m?dies ot psst generation II. For
instance, the hersh cathartics end
violent purgatives used by our
forefathers to relieve constipation
ere now known to be not only un
necessary but really harmful.
Constipation can be more effec
tively relieved without the' dis
comfort and pain these old-time
A combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, sold tn drug
Btores under the name of Dr. Csld.
well's Syrup Pepsin is most ef
fective, yet mild and pleasant. It
is absolutely free from opiates and
narcotics and equally as desirable,
a remedy for the tiniest babe a*
for rugged manhood.- A free trial
bottle can be obtained by writlni
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 412 Wash
ington St., Monticello, Hie.
mina! site of tbs road. Work of dig
ging the trenches for the foundations
of the wells was begun several dsys
sgo, bnt owing to Ute inclemency ot
the weuther little progress has been
made so far.
Phlialhea Meeting -
Has Been Postponed.
The meeting of the Wesley Phli
alhea class to have been held at the
home of Mrs. John B. Humbert, South
Main street. Tuesday, liss been Inde
New Pastor of ?
The new pastor of the Second Bap
tist church, the Rev} James A. An
derson, formally took over his nsw
duties yesterday morning. A large
congregation was oui to hear the nsw
pastor, the congregation of Bethel
Methodist church meeting for this
service with the Baptists. The new
pastor addressed the congregation
briefly, outlining his work among the
people and bespeaking their earnest
cooperation. He spoke from the text
Matt. 2:10: ''When the wise men of
[the Bast saw the.star they rejoiced
with exceeding great joy." Sunday
eight the new pastor and the deacons
; met for the purpose ot outlining the
work. At 7,20 Mr. Anderson sgaln
preached to the congregations of his
! church and Bethel church. The ROT.
8. W. Dancer,'pastor of Bethel church,
j was, present along with scores of
others of his congregation.
Delegation Off ?
Fer Gelam bia.
Members ot the Anderson County
deUgattoa tc the general assembly
left yesterday for Columbia, to take
their seats today upon Ute convening
of the legislature. Realising that An
derson bas sent an unusually strong
d?l?gation to Columbia, citizens of
thia county sr* especia;? to "hear
trout" Utfjn. during the deliberations
of Ute l?wmakers. Just where all
members of the. local delegation will
stop while in Columbia.to not known,
but Senator J. L Sherard will have
hlr headquarters at the Jefferson ho
Behool* ia Kew Omce.
: By tbe end of the week, very prob
ably. Fliperlutendent E. CL McCant* of
th* elly schools will hf rnsccusd in his
new offices in the new Ligoa A LedV
better fireproof building. A suite of
rooms baa been leased for the par
pose and Mr. McCants expects to
move in some time this week. For
the past year he has 'had aa office
over.Parker & Bolt's store, sd joining
tho office of Magistrate Broadwell.
For two Or three years prior to that
Mr. McCants had his offices at one ot
the school buildings, and prior to that
he was ?stsblirhed over Ute storeroom
of Webb & Wtebb. The new. offices In
the Llgon & Ledbettar building are
among the nicest in Ute city and quite
a credit to Anderson- Mr., McCants*.
offices will be on the < second floor of
the b?ndln*, towards, the rear.
Native af (Ht*
Dead fa Greeatille.
Older ellice ns ot Anderson who re
member T. W. Barr, a native of this
county, will regret to learn of bia
death, which occurred Sunday crep
ing in Greenville, where he had mada
his home for. the past 40 years. He
was president of the Barr Hardware
Company, of that city. He had been
III for the nest lt months. He was
born in Anderson County in 1857. In
1887 he waa married to Miss Ella
Stewart who together with eight chil
dren, survive, fear sons and four
daughters. He ts also survived by
bis aged father. G. D. Barr, and two
brothers, Geo. T, and 1- I?. Bdrr, and
two sisters. Mrs. J. W. Lyssnt and
Mrs. J. N. Wllklnsoe, of Soocbow.
f^atkeastern I?to Vwatfred The ssa-**
Tho annual meeting of the
th? t&ntheastor* Life IL_.
Company was be? te Oreeovllto
Thurrday bad Friday. January 7th
_ A ??.
Thousand Dollar Club held
meeUng Tharsdsy night at
meeting Hr. Horace J. McGee <
demon wss reelected prest? eat
club, by reason of the fact that L
paid for mora business.ta l$u
any other sMretet of lae fompany te
State: bte personal paid for
amounting to 1175.084.
Mr. Geo W. Speer vf Ute And?
agency ateo retains bia mcmbctealj
In the Hvndrad Thousand Dolla
Cteb. inasmuch as bj* personal pal
for basinewp amounts to <
J. RAM EY HUGHES SUC
CUMBS TO ILLNESS YES
TERDAY AT WALHALLA
At His Home^?nterment W?1
Be at Wsfrsll? joiig in the
J. Ranier Hughes, fur the past 21
rears an engineer in the employ ol
the Blue Ridge Raliway, died yea
torday morning at 2 o'clock at bli
home In Walhalla of an illness which
sobed him Saturday, night after lear,
tug Anderson at his regular post st
tba throttle of the passenger .train
The funeral services will be held this
morning at ll o'clock st Walhalla,
conducted by the Rey, George M.
Wilcox, after which the remains will
be laid to rest bi Westview ceme
tery. Capt J. R. Ande: mn. super -
Intendent of the Bine Ridge Railroad,
who brought Mr; Hughes to thu road
in 1894, will be one of the palLbear
ers. Other employes of the Blue
Ridge Railroad will go from this city
to attend the funeral services.
Was Keeling CJnweU. .
Last Saturday Mr. Hughes com
plained ot not feeling welt in fact
lt ls stated that Mrs. Hughes urged
him not to go to work th st day, but
so loyal to servios waa the engineer
that he went in spite of his ailment
and performed.his duties aa usual.
He left Anderson Saturday even
ing about 6 o'clock for Walhalla at
the throttle of the hew engine draw.
lng the passengor train. He wa? tak
en sick after leaving Pendleton, and
when the train reached Seneca river
the engine waa stopped while some
one weat to the bouse of a section
foreman living near to get some medi.
cine to reHeve- the engineer's Butter
ing. In the meantime he was taken
Into the baggage car, where members
of the crew gave bim what treatment
they could under the circumstances
The fireman. Jurd Chambers, ran the
engine on to Seneca, where physi
cians were summoned to attend Mr
Hughes. The engineer was too 111 to
be ?ben from the train at Semen,
no was taken on to his home at Wal.
halla, where he lingered until Trlon
day morning at 2 o'clock, whey lu.
breathed his last
Long in Service.
Mr- Hughes, waa,bom.ta,,Abbeville
When the Southern Railroad was or
ganized and took over the old Rich
mond *? Da* ville" Railroad. M
Hughes waa uken off that system,
where be hs J been running for yean
one sent tb? Blue Ridge Ra?rcsi
He hsd been running on the Green -
vtlle-ColUmbta' division sud between
Columbia and Walhalla. As. stated,
he was brought here by Capt Andet
the Blue Ridge, coming-here tn No
vember or December after Capt An
derson. ' ti ?y
During the 21 reara he waa .connect
ed with the Blue Ridge Mr. Hoghes
rsa a passenger engine. He was th?
oldest engineer tn point cf servies an
the Blue Ridge and one ot the moat
valuable men lu . the service. The
railroad, of course, feels hts loss
keenly, and r?alit?s that his place
will be hard to fin. -
?agine ts Draped*
In 18*2 Mr. Hughes was married to
Miss Nannie Maxwell,^? survives
him. His 1 waa the. hand of safety,
the throttle. He was known by al
most every .man, woman and' nblld be
tween Walhalla and Belton. The
people who knew bim trusted bun and
loved him. He lived 'a beautiful life
aa an engineer, clttcen and husband.
Out of lespect for the dead engineer
the handsome new englpe of which be
had been tn charge only, a fe* weeks
ls drapedvln mourning. Thu? emblem
will remain on the engine for a period
ot 80 dsffa. i
THE TAS SHOW
MAKES A HIT
Tbs Tab Show on at the Palmetto
yesterday and laat night certainly
mada a blt with the audience which
braved the terrible weather of the af
ternoon and evening; however those
who did go. stated tbat they wera well
paid for coming ont; that Mr. Pink
Bton bad given the people of Anderson
this wssk the very best show be bod
over gives them; and that lt certainly
waa a wonder to them bow ba could
show such * show for the souey.
The trio of singers and the soloist
made a big blt, slaging "It's a Long
Way to Tipparary;" they had to come
back and back again to respond td re
Tao two comedians vary
clever, and taken all lu ail, the enure
show t^m .very angle ls very good
Kiss Your Coil Stove
The zas stove bas" the
coal stove beate$f# riiil
No wood to chop, rio coal to car
ry, no ashes"to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit?
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Co.
? >'?' /rrrrr
J. M. Motown's Grocery
Oranges...lie, 20 sod 25c
Apples, ?er peel:,.. ? .40c
Raisin?. 2 lbs.... .26c
Nuts per lb... . ... .,25c
Bansnss.16 sod 20c
Cranberries . ... ..lob qt.
Prunes, . lbs..260
Citron, per lb. ...too
National Biscuit Co.'s Fruit Cake
at per pound.*. .60c
J. M. McCOWN
nm KO. ?
PROSPERITY IN 1911
. Iban yon spend. Eilmi
Enoourege economy. '
" or? m$ TV w**s?s vrvsw-.
Plan piala pleasures.
Dross Simply, Rar?
Something. Pdt your
money to work, Pay
promptly your prom
ises. Boost Instead ot
knock. Bach pay day
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