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Knights of Pithlas,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TA T ED CON VENTIONs OF
this Lodige will be held the 2nd
amd 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 8.00. Visirting Knights cordially
welcomed. T110 . E. EPl'I N,
K. of Rt. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Sunner Bros.
Shoalders .......................... 7c.
Hams......... . -............ I2l 3.
Best Lard ...--.................. k l0c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... U00.
Good Moasca..................... 25@COe.
Covn .................................. 050.
Meat ........ - -.-.-................ 66.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
lat Patent Flour..---.......... $4.75.
2nd Bes'b Flour.................... V4.25.
Strait F our-...................... $4.00.
Good 0; d hoary F)our...........$3.2563.75.
Sugar .................. . . ......... .6 60 .
1 "cc. ......... .......................
CoT ee.- ...... .................... 10( 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 11.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, pce- b .................... 15@ 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 121c. d
Chick cs, each.................... 15@25c.
Peas, per hashel ....... ....... 85c.
Corn, per bas!e.. .............. 60c.
Oats, per busbet.................. 35e40c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 50( tiOu.
Turkeys, per Ib ................. 6( 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 81.00.
Many a Laugh.
Pleasing the people is a trade with
the Schubert Symphony Club and Lady
Quartette, and their programme con
tains lots of fun of a refined nature.
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
more when given One Minute Cough v
Cure. Motners endorse it highly for
croup. It quickly cures all coughs and
colds and every throat and lung trouble n
It is a specific for grippe and astbma
and has long been a well known remedy
for whooping cough. Gilder's Corner u
We have a few thou
sand bushels of Corn s
we will sell for 621c.
Purcell & Scott. t
Have you seen that $5 00 Spring Suit
of clothing ? Its a btauty, at Woot
en's. t '
On the Damnand.
On last Friday afternoon the Guy
Brown team met the Malcolm John8toue
team on Johnstone pu-k diamond. The 8
Browns to the bat-a goose egg for
Johnstones scored 6 runs, the game
was- a very interesting one as some v
fine plays were made on both sides, t
finally resulted-15 to 5 in favor of C
the Johnstoncs, hoping when this
reaches you it will flod you well. I
Yours for Baseball, b
W. C. E.
A Poor tullonaire.
Lately starved I.. Lindon because he
could niot digest his food. Early use I
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would have t
saved him. They strengthen the,
stomachb, aid dilgestlou, pre mote assi ml
lation, Improve appetite. Price 25c0.
Money back if not satisfied. Sold by all
We are selling the
best patent Flour on
earth for $4.40.
Purcell & Scott.
Attention Inome Ta,xpayeus.
Auditor CJromer request us to state
that he has blank incomne tax returns
and would like for all those who are
liable to this t ax to call and get one of1
these returns and fill it out and return
We give below rate of taxation per
annum on incomes:
From $2,500 to $5,000 one per cent.,
from $5,000 to $7.500 one and onue-halfI
per cent., from $7.500 t o $10,000 t wo per
cent., from $10,000 to $15,000 two and1
one half per cent., $15,000 and over threeI
Mr's. 0. Ei. VanDleusen, of Kilhourn,
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble
and constipation for a long time. She
says: "I have tried many preparations
but none have done me the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach and liver Tab
lets have." These tablets are for sale
at W. E. Pelham's drus store.
Frosperit,y Dispensary Case.
Reference was held in the Prosper'ity
flispensary ease on Friday and Satur
*day of last week before Hon. Ellis G.
Graydon, of Gr'een wood. All the testi
mony in the case was taken by Steno
grapher Campbell, of Spartanburg.
Mr. Graydon will, in a few days, ren
der' his decision to the Supreme Court.
The town of Prosperity was repre
sented by Messrs. Hunt, Hunt- and
Hunter and the Board of Control by
Hon. C. L. Blease. Ti e interests of
Prosperity and the Board of Control
are identical, both being for the etab
lishment of the dispensary in Prosper
Messrs. Jobhnstone and Welch repro
sented these who were opposed to the
establishment, of the dispensary.
STATE OF Omio. CITY OF ToLEDno,
LUOo I t orTY. -
FKANK J. -RnENEY makes oath that he Is the
00141ok partner of' the firun of [F. J. Cfa'FEY A
Co., (d1oinghusiness in the (Iliy of Tol,do
Count and State aforesaId a'nd that said
firm w Il pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
D.0LL.AIRS for each and1 every ease of t.ntarr'h
~ at,cnnnot ho oured by the use of IHALL'S
'ATA RRH (JURE.
FRANK .J. CHERNEY.
Sworn to-bofore mel and1 suibscribed In myi
presen6e, this 0th day of D ecember A. D. 11
-X. W. GI.EASON
Hail', Untarrh Cure Is taken internally and,
a'ts uireot'y on the blood and mucoas our
X.rees of the s stem. Bend for testimonIal.
free. S J C ENEY & 00,, Toledo, 0.,
8old b dr tig lots. 7he.
Uall's my il are the best
VARMIIUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. A. C. Jones spent Sunday in tb
Hon. C. L. Bease went to NeA
Burne, N C., yesterday.
Mr. Jacob Ehrhardt, of Ehrhardts
is in the city visiting relati-es.
Miss Daisy Dean left Saturday foi
Grconvilie to visit her parents.
Col. w H. Hunt, of Spartanburg, h
in the city on professional business.
The prospect for a large small grain
crop is very promising, so the farmers
Mrs. S B Jones left Saturday for i
visit to relatives and friends in Au
Senator Geo. S. Mower, who has been
in ('olumbia on business, returned home
Misses Kate and Louise Watson, of
,olumbia, spent Sunday with Miss
Mrs. J. S. Russell wQnt to Silver
treet Saturday to spend a month at
ter old home.
Mr. Herbert Cook, who has been in
"olumbia for several months, returned
Mr. L. A. Riser came up from Colum
4a and spent Sunday with his mother,
Irs 8. A. Riser.
Quite a heavy rain fell here yester
ay afternoon and last night accom
anied by some hall.
Rev. Dr. J. D. Pitts, pastor of the
7irst Baptist church of Laurens, was
a the city yesterday.
Mr. Lawrence D. Wicker, of Colum
Ia, was in the city Saturday and Sun
ay visiting relatives.
Mr. William Reeder, of Columbia,
pent Sunday with his parents. Mr.
nd Mrs. John W. Reeder.
Miss Renna Jones, of Ridgespring,
rrived in Newberry Saturday and is
isiting at Mr. W. H. Wallace's.
Rev. W. 8. Holmes will hold services
ext Sunday at St. Luke's Episcopal
hurch at II o'clock a. m., and 4 p.
I. H. Hunt, Esq., who has been in
partanburg for the past three weeks
i attendance at court, returned home
Mr. Bruce Cannon, who has been vis
ing his sister, Mrs. W. F. Ewart, re
arned to his home in Jacksonville,
Rev. J. L Williamson preaebed to
be young ladles of Converse College,
partauiburg, Sunday. He returned
Mayor Klettner is pushing up the
Ireet duty collection. If y4u do not
rant to pay the penalty you had better
all and settle at once.
Miss Lizzie Gary, after an extended
i.it to relatives and friends, returned
a her home at Kinard's Saturday ac
ompanied by Miss Linda Welch.
The Rev. Milton W. Lomax pastor of
it. Zion (colored Baptist church) ip
'uIlding a new and larger house of
rorship for his growing congregation
Miss Nannie Pool came down on
'riday from Chappells, where she is
eaching school, and spent Saturday
ad Sunday with her 1:arents Mr. and
irs. T. C. Pool.
Mr. James A. Burton, agent South
rn railway, has planted out some flow
rs and shrubbery on the plot at the
epot, and it has improved the appear
Rev. A. J. Bowers filled Rev. J. L.
V~illiamson's pulpit at Aveleigh Pres
yterian church Sunday and preached
n interesting and instructive sermon
o a large and an appreciative audience.
Mrs. Adams and daughter, Miss
emma, of Clinton, were called to New
ierry the past week on account of the
llness of Mrs. Mary E3. GIlliam, who is
,t Mrs. M F. Wright's. Miss Emma
Ldame returned home baturday.
Rev. R. E McDaniel, D. D., of Pitts
murg, Pa., who is making a tour of the
iou thern States, was the guest of Mr.
D. H. Aull Saturday and Sunday and
reaehed a very able and excellent ser
non at the Church of the Redeemer
At a meeting of the stockholders of
he Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance
Jompany of Newberry county bold in
he court house on Saturday Hon. .Joe.
.,. Keitt was elected President and Mr.
9. 8. Cunningham Agent and Treasurer
or the-easuing year.
At a congregational meeting at the
Jhurch of the Redeemer Sunday Mr.
E3. 13. Wheeler was chosen as a dele
fate to the Newberry conference which
neets in St. James church at Jalapa on
Priday of this week. Mr. Arthur Kib
or was elected alternate.
Rev. A. Coke Smith, of Norfolk, Va.,
who with his wife and two ehildren
upent Saturday and Sunday in the city
with relatives, preached a very able
mermon in Central Street Methodist
shurch Sunday morning. Dr. Smih
and family left yesterday for theor
The Newberry baseball team went t<
Dlinton on Friday of last week and
arossed b)ats wit,h the Presbyterian Col
Loge boys on their diamond The game
resu,lted in a score of 13 to 11 in favoi
of Clinton. Quito a large crowd free
Newberry accompanied the boys.
The date for the lecture of Dr. C. C
Brown, of Sumter, which was to hiavi
been delivered at the opera house las
night has been changed to next Mon
day nightion account of the death o
one of Dr. Brown's members. Thb
t,ickets which have been sold will holi
good until the lecture materializes.
Standard Calicoes ato4. and 5ic., a
KKEIPINU UPl 111$ It Eoltin,
Shorif 11ufori Flod Three Negroes In
a reputation for capturing nien fi t)
escape the clutches of the law in his
county, dropped into Colum In a lew
days ago. Yesterday morntig he went
home carrying with him three negres
he wanted, whom he located here.
They were Will Roof, Pierce Scott and
Marshall Gaillard One was an escape
flom the chaingnug, and the others
were wauted on minor charges -Tha
tat(e, 25th inst.
World of Wom. i Worthip at Heauq 's
It goes without saying that the
spring millinery openings today are the
notable events of the week in the fash
ionable world, and though It may seem
somewhat frivolous to the Inasculino
mind, unquestionably, no social func
tion of the season, has been more gene
rously patronized by the world of wo
men, more geaeral enjoyed.
Since early morning gay crowds of
enthusiastic women have filled the mil
linery shops to overilowing, and front
their expressions one could readily see
that they were not just merely 'look
ing around," but were bent on bu3 ing.
There were pretty and homely wo
men of all ages and Hizes, wives, (with
now and thei a! occasional husband).
Belles and sotn-t i mes even beaux. The
beaux and the icrasional husband, how
ever, were nut enjoying exactly the
same kind of happiness, for the latter,
while admiring his wife's pretty
chapeau felt in his heart that he would
indeed be the "poor chap" when the
bill came in.
Certainly no season's bats have been
more artistic, and no more beautiful
variety to select from has been dis
played in Newberry for many seasons.
At the Mower Co.'s the color scheme
of pink was carried out throughout all
the decorations. Garlands of pink
draperies caught up here and there
with bunches of flowers gracefully fes
tooned the walls and mirrors, while
roses, verbena, gpraniums, and carna
tions all of pink peeped from out grt at
banks of lovely palms and calla lillies
adding b)rightness to the beautiful sceae.
Among the hats we noticed a novelty,
fashioned from cream liberty chilTon,
mohair braid, gold wire, velvet ribbon,
rhinestone buckle with gold settings
and violets, materials turned, sewed
and twisted until they form a hat for a
young lady called "The Shell."
Another hat, called -'rhe Wheel,"
fashioned from white crinkled chiffon,
black velvet ribb.n. a multitude tf
small pirik roses and a buckle.
A handsome black, gold and rose bat,
all imported materials, st riking feature,
being the chrysanthemum facing.
During the morning strains of swee'
music were disc--ursed and were enliv
ening things as only music can, and
the pretty women and pretty hats made
an attractive scene.
Th Riser Millinery Company's store
was a bow of beauty. The decorations
were a profusion of palms, ferns and
roses. Everywhere were to be seen
Marchaineil. L Franc and Marie Gui -
lot roses. This, indeed, mighta be call, d
a rose opening He-re, as on every
op)ening day, the window decorations
were beaut iful-soft, garanids of maline
gracefully caught up with bunches of
roses tied with bows of rose colored
ribbon, a huge basket of handsome roses
and a few strikingly beautiful pattern
hats, tastefully fashioned of flowers,
soft laces and dainty ruflies completed
the effeet and attracted large numbsers
Among the many beautiful patterns
displayed some specially striking ones
were: A large Neapolitan straw, slightly
bent here and there. 'rho under brim
was faced with rose chrysanthemum
petals, with outer trimming of pink La
Franc roses and butnchesof rose foliage.
A black and white combination was
fashioned of white malne and liberty
satin, tneked,-the ent."en crown being
one large rose of black and whit e petals,
an immense bow of black velvet ribbon
caught with a steel buckle on one side.
The high side bands were covered with
jett&d cow slips.
One specially noted was a crimson
straw with the full facing of tucked
crimson liberty chiffon. A wreath of
qilver lined crimson poppies--bows of
narrow black velvet ribbon caught with
gilt buckles formed the trimming and
the combination was exceedingly har
monious and Frenchy.
Tlhe Riser Millinery c<npany is giv
lug special attention this season to
mourning millinery and some extreme
ly handsome mourning hats and bon
nets were seen here.
An Honest Medicine for La Griype.
George W. Waiti, of Sout h Gardiner,
Me , says: "I have had the wors'. cough
cold, chtils and grip and have taken
lots of trash of n's account but profit to
the vendor. Chambherlain's Cough
Remedy is the only tbinmi that bas done
any go'od whatever. I have used one
bottle of it and the chills, &ld and grip
have all left me. I congratulate the
manufacturers of an ho,nest medicine.'
For sale by W. 10. Pelham.
WV. T. Tarrant has a grand display of
millinery. Ils opening today. Mist
Julia Hood will be delighted to see all
the ladles, tf
A Cycisno In I)arlington.
A destructive tornado swept ' ver
Birmingham, Ala , yesterday and
many lives were lost and considorable
propert,y destroyed. A tornada' alm
passed over the lower part of this Statt
and a number of persons in Darlingtoi
wore seriously Injured.
Look out-for Purcel
& Scott's Prices. Nc
matter what price yot
are quoted you wit
always find us lower
At $10 Men's Sui
This head line means exactly
believe. They are fresh, new Suit
summer fashions, made to retail e
the best $10 Suits ever offered in N
and cutaways, in cassimeres, fan<
as good as Italian cloth--high cl
These suits are as good in materi
tailor made suit.
At $15.00 a gem of a suit, one that is a
little better than any we have
ever seen for the money. Fashionable in style
and the proper thing in fabric, real Italian cloth
lining, cut full-guaranteed to fit right-have
to see them to fully appreciate what a fine thing
they are for the money.
About clothes for th<
Suits at 50c Nobby At $1.50 "flt sizes5o
Suits " 15 Yours, aill tho
to 14 years-knee pants, light and Ilatost phlds il Union Cassimores.
dark stripes, double broasted, two out, WO montioni this snit befcusie solie
aide pockets, extra well made-others stores are asking $2.00 for tihe sait.
get twice this price. suit
Sailor and J
Mrs. Jane Hopkins $2odo
the most tasty, neat and dressy styles for t he littlo
folks certainly struck a responsivo chord in the
heart of every mother, and the Jano Hopkins chil years, worth ii
dren's suits are too well known to require any puiff
ing We have them-sizes 3 to 8 years--at, $2 50 At$2.50 ti
to $5.00. They have a nilitary and jaunty appear Rit, Cot, 1)1111tS flud o
auco, which is very pleasing. dressy looking.
The Shoe Store
We find that during the last year the SI
makes it possible to get better stock for the sar
A 'adies 98 Kid, dressy opera tip At $1.25 Ll
Shoe at and commoti snse, lace Ia
and button, all sizes. Hare always sold at spring heel, opera and
$1.25. of soleted loather, n,
Zeigler Bros. and 4+0
Lilly Brackett Shoes At 98c A shoe for.m-n,
Always popular with buyers of good top S s lmn andl 1eitiptedi
footwear-we sell them at less thain ato Soll el ndh toi we
they are sold in the cities whore they wvell.odlashondtewllwr
Men's Furnishing Goods ^ erdsrs
wear-satin lin ed
Tecks, Imperials, Band and Shield Bows, Windsors- all exceptionally good
styles, 25c to-50c.
Nex w Styles In Men's and Boys' laundered shirts made of
Garner Percale, extra width, fill longtl, fast
colors, three styles, some collars attachedi, some n regular value,
with 2 detached collars and some without collars, C '80 cents.
$1 .00-$1 .50 T; nonar Intnaionai shir., some worn
withwhie colar, otershavetwocolored
collars same as shirt.
At 5c per Yard 4 41 A. A. A. Greenville sheetir:g, heavy and solid,
0. M. JA
In every married couple one has the When a man sees a~ sign on a door
other blurffcd reading, "Keep Ort-t his means you,"
Ihe thinks it refers to other people who
Headache often results from a disor- are bores.
dered condition of the stomach and- -
constlyation of the bowels. A dose or A Ootd cough M.dicine ror children,
two of Chamberlain's Stomach and "I have no hesilancy in recommend
Liver Tablets will correct thcse disor- lng Chamberilin's Cough Rtemedy,"
ders and curE. the headache. Sold b)y saa a l'. P' Meran, a well known arid
W. 10. Pelham. popultar baker, of Petrsburg, Va. "'We
e cave givern it to our children when
What the world really needs Is an tobe ihbr oiha lowop
elevent,h commandment - thou shaltlocoh,adihtslwy vept
not goseip.t wb~adr'g!s~taIh es,c-i'
Their promptness aind their pleasantoimorihr rmlclg.'Sd
elY cta make DeWitts Litle FCar*ly b .E ~hm
Rioers most p,opub'ir litt,le hills w herever --
they are known. They arec sImeply per.- hl o l. O'frighwyu
feet for' liver and howel trouble. Gil-.r'ibtrdo-'tg. loibetr'n
Whenbd wit,b ur mougs,ayo.-op
a man andwoman be in g o ugh..,e- i andr ot h lwayursiven.pr
telleachoilir th truh, teir o rm hE Vi dru ost, a therfe tn,h
affir s omig t aben.. 10 P) bm
I T~hie y ot' or. wo Vndier hw your
dr s Corn e a r itrae hi o~m , ttrthe slwondering whamberu
"~hl WflidR VP' iae?'inuie ai'sPan I mtw with ytur most
rell- eahi.he The truth, heir be-e l rom-ra mIr the VidhatorRulerfrom
seen Yit fdey ai livner t ri T he tedtor,whrh Vwdcaas rvdwh
nerousprstrtloi nd erefll (4.,11 tocapiontotlesth ellinayo halmrbin
Wityllt wondreer tes Ee"ri it-he aris inRlimtie reathzihg mnstn
the frenld tos lk, Pse fLwremeefaridtie reulif In a cae.' shrt,
rece "an. Thre konhelt lke a neen timeh Shecoatd, in rhemabtusde inromg
u enab" oen sderding feven yeadrwhich alos proferdexrat,ing ainit
on nec,unt ofckedneyrand liver troule, sevre ainy, which was relieved wbt
1lneos preltatioly,n generrtlr d t wo appliationmorPBl, rub ingh
ad in She woIl fe ie a prieew thimen odn reumnatnighn,,hagh
*blessinag. Try it. Sat itfactioni is guaran- gett,ing up fr, e fr'om pain. F?or sale b3
4 teed at all druggist.. Only nlOe. . ur Pc alam.)
ts, Worth $12.50.
what it says, although it is hard to
s, the very best of the spring and
tt $12.50, and we believe they are
ewberry. We have them in sacks
3y cheviots, black worsted-lining
ass tailoring and perfect fitting.
it, style and finish as any $15.00
At lot of Suits we bought of a manufacturr to
close out a lino--we got thom for less than the
cost of material and imaking, in fact the mainufacturors' pricO on then
was $5.75 to $.50---we bouiht the wholo lot in a limp--cassiiores,
clieviots and worstods. A man who couldi not got SUITED in those suits
at $5 would be hard to SUIT-a rare bargain-just ask to too them, you
will be surprised whein you so what you can got for $5.
3 boys and children.
At $2.00 AlioloIaniterq At $2 .50 Arog"lar*.00
At $2 ationl m. chlil.'l Suit,'sizes 7 to
droti's suits combine daintii andess I >olrs, double broasod--iado
diribility, sowed with iron grip stitch r -ght 1mado to stand hard woar.
Wo hve tolliilleviots aind caskii
-will not rip--cheap at $2.50. ve ht
$5 A dain- $2.50 to $12.50 Youths its
ty suit, . all hitid and
-izes s. to 16 styles in cassimnores, worstod 1 cidhoviotH. Aado
-spection- by reputablo imaufacuitres----no -t
$6 T h r o o Whon looking over this litio asl to soo our $7.50
)-i e t 1 boys suits--they look liko 12.)00 suits and would
-nbuishe cheap at, ( (.
-oe business has turned a summersault, which
ie money than formerly-no shoddy goods.
dies' Dongola Shoes-- At $1 50' u"sty famousnd popular Mir
-0 and button, heol and " risburg 1andics' 8hoos --- all
Common s111 es, m11d1 styles, shapes Iad sizOs-a shapOly shoe t hat. coM
no bettor at the prico, binos comfort, withi a graceful effoct. Wo havo sold
thoso shoos for six years and never had a complaint.
At Q 'I O A lo" At $1.00 solid
niicn ini whiichi ec embr~ii)laced( lace, con- Me n's Brogans sewed,
gress an d but ton, biack, tan, box calf
vici kid, tippid, custom and colonia; rivited sides, oak tann -
tside'i S"t"aLndwis-iia "thevw ed leather soles, prices
se ec~t from la~t mpondly ainyo c es lsewhere $ 25.
10c to 50c Men's Hosiery, new styles,
blaks,tans and fancy.
Stand ard Prints He per pard. PIt INT'S, all t he latest novel
.. ______.____ties at the very lowest. prices.
H ats! H- a.ts!! Largest stock ver disl)ayed in Newherry,
Soft and stili hats of all grades. J. B. Stetson
spring stylo's jlust received.
Straw Hats Other years we bought
large stocks of straw
goods, but this year we bought more than ever
before. They are the products of the best mak
ers in the land. All the styles and prices.
Head to Foot Clothier.
Death Is a great wit. In going around f T
making his selections he takes care IlflU I
not to dilsturb those who are a hcavy I'i~
burden on the backs of others.-Atchi
A Haging,Itoaring Foodl. I '10U 1ii 1II9I
Washed down a telegra ph 11ine which
Chas. C Ellis of Lisbon, In., had to re- Prices are lower and
pair. "StandIng waist denpu tine etcyr
wat'*r," hie writes, "gae me1 a erIcly qualit ebe
cold aind coUgh. It grew woars., dhaiy. Our new goods are
lFi nal ly thet best docntors ian J aklad -51IdaI n
Neb , Sioux City anad Onmaha said I had arrivi ng d ll, andwe
Consuman anad caau d not live. 'lTaen can ce rtai p ly inte rest
Ibgnusing D)r. King's Nnew l)Is-- -
covery and was whneny cu,ed by six you in prices, styles
bn,Ules-" Posinlvely guar')meedl for and quality. All we ask
toiu estdby adaPrgsit,il.mg is that you inspect the
- wh arcgoods and get ''our
The kingliest arc those woaepriCes" before buying.
kin to the Kinig of Kings. courteous attention
WVhen you are bilious, use t.hose fa- so nal hte o
mous little pills known as D)eWitt?esh t pucae o
Little Early Risers i0 cleanse the livero.Nx we ewl
adbowels. T'hey never gripe Gil
der'sa Cornier Drug Store.na e sm fiu s
Greatness is not in being lifted Fulsok fBter
up but in growing tup.ikFaho Bosan
8avear labetocaseblowpis shYci for prchse o
ing. Leavenoti.mNalonw.The oriwila
has the amenaeWttssmepofiherbo
ant rper.It f harmlt?s andchalPten o ad
ing salve for sein dleaease's. Unequal- W EEIE
10ed for piles. Giders Corner Drug s.J uw uu