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AND OHE WAS A SINNER.
Luht wii. 36 M?Jun? 23.
*P<HtV?' i? Ikt Mfyiao and worthy of ah
?ecaplaliom Iknl ChrUt Jtsua mm? into MS
MrM l?# <hiv? ????er?." / Ttmolkif I. Ii
CHE OOSPKL OK CHRIST I*
the Meaasge of Divine tout
passion toward sinners. All re
Merlon** recoguir.? sic and bfia
pose reconciliation with (Jod by wm:^
of charity, by roluoiary solf torture
or Df future torment* Nene of the
beat hen god* bavt any toucb of synt
pa thy for humanity The idble alone
toll* of a God touched with the feeltni:
of human Infirmities; "OoO commend
otb Ilia lore toward ui In (bat whhe
wt were yet atooers Christ died for
the ungodly."Hornaus r, 8.
Divine grace baa been still furthet
manifested lo the Invitation to a tittle
?oca.' to be Justified by faith and
ea notified by the
-filgb Priest'a offer
Mug of them and
\ h n a to become
Jc' t heirs with Je
aus In fits Klng
dom Still tbe Scrip?
tures tell of God's
pursuing Love and
Merry. He Is un?
willing that any
Should perlMh. but "Tkuj woman kalh
wills that all ?hall aaosaieJ if| fmt '
bare sn opportunity to turn to Him
It Is for this purpose tbst Messiah'*
Kingdom will be established with full
power. In due time it will bring the
aalrstloo for which tbe poor, groaning
creation hn* *o long waited. It will
come with tbe manifestation of the
none of God ?Romans rill. 19.
A Woman Who Wss a Sinner.
Wbo can read tbe Go*pel narrative*
without realizing that Jesus was a
"Friend of ??inner*." inj wss cha :ed
I by the Pharisees? And It not this tbe
feature of the Bible nbleb specially
commends It? With the eiceptlon of
wilful sinner*, whom we must hope
are few. there comes s time when ?In
si seen in Its true color sod Is detested
Then is ibe time when the Gospel Mes
gjego from the Friend of sinners ?|>e
pVlally appeal* All seem to know in
at in. lively that Jesus utaods ready to
be the Helper of all wbo come to the
Father through Him.
Jesus hsd sccepted an lnrltatlon to a
Pharisee's bouse. The dinner had be?
gun. After the custom, tbey reclined
upon low tsblea or couches.
I While tbe dloaer wss progressing, a
woman "wbo wss a sinner.'* a harlot,
deeply penitent, entered. She had lo
bar bsnd some preclouii perfume, with
which she intended to anoint the Sa
rlor*s feet Her heart was full, and
tears gushed from her eyes upon His
I feet; she wss diabonortng the very feet
she Intended to honor.
Looeenlng her hair, the woman u*ed
R as a towel, regardless of the fact that
it oss considered dishonorable to let
down her bslr In public; she dried the
feet snd poured the precious perfume
aa an honor to the One from whom she
hsd beard "wonderful words of life "
Two Debtors snd Thsir Levs.
Tbe host of the occasion watched
Jeaua to see how He would receive this
devotion, saying In his heart. If tin*
Man were a proph
et. He would know
that the woman 1*
disreputable. H e
would bid her not
to touch Ulm. Je
sus knew his
thoughts and an?
swered, "A certain
creditor had two
debtors, one owed
tlve hundred pence
and the other fifty.
E*lmPm Ne,,her cou,d
and be forgave
them both Which of them will love
him most?" The Pharisee replied. "I
suppose be to whom most was for
given " Jesus agreed with him.
Then Jeaua mads application of the
matter; turning to the woman. He said
to His host, Seest thou this woman,
who washed my feet with herteursand
wiped them with her hair? You are
tbe host of the occasion, yet you did
tot offer Me wuter for the washing of
My feet, as Is customary In our land
to do to those whom we desire to
tooor You gave Me no kiss, but this
woman has reputedly kissed My feet
"You did not anoint My bead with oil.
but she hath anointed Mr feet There?
fore, her sins, which are many, are for?
given, for she loved much; but to
whom little Is forgiven, tbe sn me luv?
et h little " And He mild to the wouiim.
Thy sins are forgiven "
Is not this to aoine extent sn 11 lustra*
tlon snd an eiplanntlon of the fact
that the majority of those wbo love the
Lord moat sre auch ss real 17.0 their own
sfnful and fallen condition most and
appreciate most the forgiving love of
Ood manifested In Jesus I Isttuottrne
today alao tr: ?t those who nre most
moral have correspondingly less love?
This should not be the csse. how?
ever. Tbe lees degraded ought natur
a ly to be the more able to love and to
appreciate Divine goodness snd love
a )d the more willing to present their
It-tie all In Divine service
Those present Inquired. Who is this
tbst even forgives sins? The only aat
isfactory answer Is tbat He Is tbe Re?
deemer of the world He was then In
process of rendering up Ilia sacrifice
according to Hl? coveosnt; He had au?
thority, therefore, to tell the woman
rt at bar sloe were forgiven.
si it i m \>t ry it mis i si:i> to
mim PAMt of i?ot.
According in Siutcmcnt* Ml Money
11UM lti?|olr>, People'- Resource*
Were l>um|x i| Into Market.
NVw York. June II.? RvldonCO in
t. luleil t.? show that the 111,000,000
which J. p. Morgan nas bean gener?
ally oredlted with placing upon the
Nee. York exchange during the panic
Ol 1S*"7 was really supplied by tne
treasury ol the I'nited Stutes 0. U in
tredoeed todaj at the hen ring of the
Pu Jo committee ?>f the house of
r? pi - ntatlves that is Investigating
the soca lied money trust.
Kamuol Cntermeyeri counoel for the
committee, ohtalned from (Seorge 15.
Cortelyou. secretary of the treasury
under the Roosevelt administration, '
the assertion that "he understood" |
that the money loaned by the govern- '
ment to the hanks at that time wag to |
l?e used on the stock exchange.
rYoni the New York suhtreasury
the attorney secured a statement
showing that on the day (October 24),
on which Mr. Morgan told R. H.
Thomas, president of the exchange to
anounce the $25,000,000 loan to the
exchange loan brokers the govern?
ment had deposited with the hanks
From ('has. Steele, a partner of J.
P. Morgan, he obtained I statement
showing that what 14 banks had
"agreed to loan" to the stock ex
change on that day.
The total amount "agreed to" WilS
|il 110,000, but the amount actually
loaned, according to the statement
was llH.94ri.0nn. All these banks, the
suhtreasury statement showed had
previously received deposits of gov?
The statement from the suldreas?
ury was obtained after Mr. I'ntermey
er had hilled 10 procure from Mr.
Coftelyotl the names of the banks in
which he deposited government funds,
which the witness testified amounted
to about Mt,000,001 during the pan?
Chairman Pujo announced that fu?
ture hearings would be held in Wash*
OLAVI8 MI ST PAY EXPENSES.
None of Famous lialliugcr-Piiu'liOt
Controversy Heard in Ruling by
Washington. June 12.?An echo of
the famous Kallinger-Pinchot con?
troversy was heard in the treasury
department today, when Comptroller
TraeeWell dec|<b>d that Lollis II.
(Ilavis must pay the expenses of the
trip hi HMOS across the continent to
present his charges against Secretary
Hallinger tO President Taft, which
peentted In Glavis' own dismissal from
the land oMlcr. The trip from Spo -
hnnOi Wash., to Heverly, Mass.. and
return In 1101 OOOt |Slt, Including
$."?". tot typewriting Olavl.s' 140 page
report 10 the president.
The eomptroller ol the trenoury
hoM that (Jlavls made the trip Ol
his own a coord and was not under or?
ders of hi-1 official superiors.
They Put An Kml to It.
?Charles Sable. 300 Cook St..
Raphaeltr. N. Y.. says he recom?
mends 1'oley Kidney Pills at every
opportunity boennee they gave him
prompt relief from u bad case of kid
n0$ trouble that had long bothered
him. Such a recommendation, com?
ing from Mr. lohte, is direct and con?
vincing evidence of the great cura?
tive qualities of Poley Kidney Pills.
Mbei t's I>rug Store.
GEORGIA COURT OVERRULED.
Roth hjeji Entitled to MKnights of
Pythian," Inys Hnpreene court.
Wnahlngton, June lit?The su?
preme Court ?.f the United Btntea lo?
du) net isldc the decree of the su
preme Courl of Georgia, which an?
Joined negro men from Incorporate
Ing i lodge in that stau- under the
i.t Knight- of Pythias. Chief
Justice White announced the opinion.
Justi. i Holmei announced ? dissent?
Chief Justice White, after reeeon
big th?t the Bupremi Court, as .. Pod?
ernl tribunal, had Jurisdiction to vlee
the cnoe, said thai there wm not ?
?clnttlla of evidence i r? the record to
?how that (Iim public bad been de?
ceived, or property rights of the
white order been Interfered with bs
the existence of the colored order for
Inr?t\ yean in Georgia,
Justice Lorton concurred In Justice
Holmes' dissenting opinion.
Ksses Hunt l ot Rieh i.iii.
* ?ft? n the hunt for i rich wife endi
Whoa the man meet! ? woman that
nuai Rleetrie Bitters Her strong
nerv? ? tell m a i-iight brain :<n?i even
lemperi Her peach*bloom complex*
Ion and ruby ups result from her pure
bl.I. h( r 1>i |gh( ? \ es from restf ul
ileep; her elastic Hep from Arm, fret
mneclee, nil lolling of the health end
strength Rleetrie Bitten give ? wo?
men, and the freedom from Indlgee*
tion. bnehnehe, fainting and dlsay
spniis they promote. Rverywhere
they .ir,. womun*i favorite remedy,
if weak <?r ailing try them. at
llbert x i t ig st?.ro
.11 KY Hol s KOT LONi? DELAY IN
True Hill in the Jackson Murder?
Believed H?tt Hie Police Have Made
um a strong case Against tlie Two
Negroes?Other Court News.
The oaae against Aeck Weldon,
was concluded this morning after an
arugment by the solicitor, when the
jury brought in for the second tlms
.1 Verdict of guilty. The new evi?
dente as referred to in the story of
the Court yesterday brought the crime
( lose home tO the SCCUSed, the facts
as .shown by the tirst trial Were not
cha mo d. but they were made plainer
by the testimony of witnesses who
had not been called op the tirst time
There was no excitement at all in
the city or anywhere tIse that any
one could notice, ami there was noth?
ing hut the usual air of expectancy
and Interest around the court house.
The grand jury brought In a true
oil) in tlm case of Harry Mclntosh
and John Williams for the murder of
little Andrew Jackson, and the evi?
dence as given the grand jury and
the Coroner's jury of inquest seems
to have been straight and to stand
the test of every rule applied to it.
FIRE IN COLUMBIA.
Southern Cotton OH Company's Plant
Columbia, June 12.?At 11.30 to?
night the seed house of the South
em Cotton Oil Company was totally
destroyed by tire. The efforts of the
Aromen were devoted to saving the
main building of the plant, In which
they were successful. Fortunately for
the Columbia Cotton Compress the
Wind vv;,s blowing in the opposite di?
The tire was tirst discovered by the
night watchman, when he .<aw a blaze
shoot up in the seed house. The main
plant and the tanks were unhurt.
The Columbia plant was the largest
in this district of the company, and
Wag also the largest east of the Missis?
sippi. The plant has been dormant
fe: a week and this was believed to
have made the loss greater. Had the
plant been In operation there would
have been workmen near, who could
have sent in an earlier alarm and
have put out the initial Maines. A
large number of freight cars were d< -
?troyed by (lames, Ona fireman was
overcome by the heat and smoke and
was taken to a physician. The entire
loss is estimated between $40,000 and
A sprained ankle may as a rule he
cured In from three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment and
observing the directions with each
bottle. For sale by all dealers.
DETECTIVE itUGHN SUED.
Georgian Demands Damages of Man
who Figured in Bestell Case,
Atlanta. Ca.. June 10,?m. S.
Baughn, ? detective who secured th?
evidence against Frederick < >. Heach,
the New York millionaire, charged by
the Alken, S. ('.. authorities With cut?
ting his wife's throat, was defendant
in a $io,oao damage suit In Judge O,
It, Hell's court today. The plaintiff is
s. m. P, Pearson, who charges that
he was falsely arrested by Haughn In
loio and branded ai a "highwayman
Pearson admitted on the stand he
was employed at the time by J. B,
FrOSti to follow Baughn and report on
what he did and to whom he talked.
The case was continued.
?Mrs m. A. McLaughlin, .*il' Jay
St.. LaCroSf. WiS., writes that she
suffered all kinds of pains in her hack
and hips on account of kidney trou
ble and rheumatism. "1 got some of
Foley Kidney Fills and after taking
them for a few days there was a
Wonderful change in my case, for
the palll entirely left my hack and
hips and I am thankful there is such
a medicine as Foley Kidney Fills."
Rlbert's I >rug store.
In The Police Court.
The following cases were Heard In
the recorder's couri Friday morning!
Rugenc Hoffman, creating a dla?
trubance by heating his wife. *jr. or
Ii i?. Slolse, riding bicycle on for
huhh n id. w ilk at night w ithout a
light. $?.oo or *> days on each charge,
Todd Folsom rldlnK Mcy< le on for?
bidden sidewalk, $2 or I day-.
i>;i\e Handera, leaving hois.- un?
hitched, lr> or 10 days,
?This is to certify thai Foley'a
Honey .-? ri?l Tar Compound does not
contain any opiates, any habit form?
ing drugs, or any ingredients that
Icould possibly harm its users, On
th' contrary, its great healing and
soothing qualities make it n real
remedy for coughs, colds and Irrita?
tions of the throat, ehest and lungs.
The genuine is in a yellow package.
\<k for Foley'a Honey and Tar Com?
pound and accept no substitute.
Rlbert's Drug store.
DISPENSARY PROBERS WISH To
HEAR Ills GRAFT CHARGES.
Investigating Committee! ii i? Seid,
will Summon Charleston Executive
to Testify a* to Allegations that He
Had Traced Graft from Blind Ti
gere Here to Governor Blense ?
Chief Constable Htotliart to be
Summoned Also?Felder to Appenr
Spartanburg. June 12,?That May?
or John P. Grace, of Charleston, will
he subpoenaed before the dispensary
investigating committee to te.nify as
to the charges he is alleged to have
made with reference to tracing gratt
from the Charlestorf blind tiger situ?
ation up to Governor Bleass ll what is
learned in Spartanburg. It is also
the plan to summon P.. H. Stothart,
chief of the constabulary at Charles- |
ton, to testify as to the same alleged
The long and short of the matter is
that it has been published in a news?
paper in Charleston that ' graft" has
been going to Columbia, and the same '
paper published a statement from 1
Mayor Grace to the effect that he had
traced the "graft" direct to the Gov?
ernor. This publication and charge
excited the whole State, and that
Mayor Grace is to be summoned be?
t-re the dispensary committee to air
>.;< charges is certain. Senator Car
I sie, the chairman of the committee,
stated this morning that the commit?
tee would be called together
? arly next week, probably on Tues?
day, in Columbia to resc.me their in?
The next sessions of the committee
may be productive of sensations. It is
certain that Thos P. Felder, of At?
lanta, will be heard by the commit- J
tee shortly and he is expected to give
some sensational testimony. His
enmity to Governor Please and his
charges against him made a sen?
sation throughout the State, and if he
comes before the committee, some in?
teresting testimony is promised, No
announcement along this line has
been obtained Officially, but this cor?
respondent after a careful investiga?
tion in several sections ami from sev?
eral other quarters believes it a safe
prediction to make that T. P. Felder
will come before the committee and
"Hub" Evans, of Xewberry. and
Senator W. J. Johnston, of Fairfield,
will also be summoned again. it is
more than likely, and it seems that
the "bottom" of the matter about
to be reached. Some definite an?
nouncement as to the committees
plans will be made at the meeting
early next week, Tuesday being the
day when they are expected to assem?
ble in Columbia.
There is no real need of anyone be?
ing troubled with constipation.
Chamberlain'! Tablets will cause an
agreeable movement of the bowels
without any unpleasant effect. Give
then) a trial. For sale by all dealers.
HI in me Case Aruged.
Columbia, June 13,?The Supreme
Court and the Circuit Judges of the
State sat en bane this morning on the
Rhame ease, the Spartanburg magis?
trate casts and the Anderson County
magistrate cases. Presen?, were Cir?
cuit Judges (l?ge, Prince, Spain. Ki?e.
Wilson. Gary and Sease; Associate
Justice Fr?ser was disqualified to
hear the case, he being a relative of
Mr. II. W, Fraser, who was named
by Governor Blease to succeed B. J.
Rhame as bank examiner.
The Rhame case was the flrst heard
by the Court. In this the State laid
special stress on the po ut brought
lout at the first hearing of the case,
as to whether "f not the bank ex?
aminer is an executive office, and
whether or not the Governor's pow?
er to appoint the bank examiner
gives him a right also to remove that
official, 'fin- state held that the only
Way in which the bank examiner can
be removed I? by Impeachment or ad?
dress id' the Legislature,
Mr, H. U Abney appeared for the
defence, ami Mr. W. F\ Stevenson and
Assistant Attorne> General DeRruhl
for the State.
it is now wa ll known that nol more
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment what?
ever. All that is needed is a free ap?
plication of chamberlain's Liniment
and massaging the parts at each ap?
plication Try it and see how quick?
ly it will relieve the pain and sore?
ness. Sold by all dealers,
Mayor Gaynor -a>- not to believe
many things you see In the papers.
Perhaps Gaynor still remembers the
way Hearst fought bun when be was
a candidate for mayor of New York
?'olumbla ltc< ol d.
Move on Now!
Kays a policeman to :i street crowd,
and whacks heads if it don't. "Move
on noe " '-ays the big, harsh mineral
pills to bowel congestion and suffer?
ing follows. Dr. King's New Life
Kills don't hulldose the bowels. They
gently persuade them to right action,
and health follow 2ft C< ntl at
Bibert's Krug store.
LARGEST PEACH DEAL EVER
MADE IN THE sol in,
Closed by the Bert'kmuns in Augusta
?It will In* About 100 Can-Deal
In Remarkable in That Orchard is
the Development of What uu> a
Short Tlbe Ago a Very Ordinary
Pleou of Land?Shipment* start
AugUlta, June 12,?What is very
probably the largest individual deal
in fruit ever made in this section;
one of the largest in the whole peach
belt, is that just concluded by the
Berckman Brothers, wherein they
have sold to a Newark, N. J., firm
their entire crop of peaches of 1912
as it stands in their orchard at May
field. The price agreed upon was a
guarantee of $75,000, with a probabil?
ity of a total of $100,000, if the ship?
ments go to the maximum limit ex?
pected of them.
The price paid for the Berckman'l
crop from the May field orchards is
somewhat above that prevailing for
the average peach offerings through?
out the belt, which is said to be due
to the fact that the Berckman'l meth?
od of growing peaches has developed
an exceptionally high quality product;
that they not only keep better in stor?
age during the shipping period, but
that there is a greater "demand for
them on the open market than any
other variety coming from this sec?
tion of the South.
The Mayfield orchards are report?
ed in exceptionally good condition at
this time, with the outlook for a
The first shipment will go out here
in carload lots and after that time
Shipping will be continuous. The ac?
reage of their orchard has been dou?
bled the past season and within two
or three years there will be a notable
increase in the shipments they will
make. This year they will ship up?
wards of 100 carloads and while their
sale guarantees them fully $75,000 for
their crop, provisions of the sale con?
tract may result in an additional
$25,000 for the crop, making the to?
The record made by the Messrs.
Berkman, in this case is remarkable
in the extreme and from an ordinary
middle Georgia plantation they have
made ore of the most valuable tracts
of land in the South as the fabled pro?
ducts ol sunny California.
CLEMbH )N AGRICTJ LTl'ltAL
I ant?lliiicni 0\cr SOU ? Value of
property Over a Million and a
I Quarter?Ninety-four Teachers and
Agriculture. Agriculture and
Chemistry. Agriculture and Ani?
mal Industry. Chemistry. Mechanical
and Electrical Engineering, Civil
Engineering. Textile Engineering,
One year course in Agriculture,
Two year course In Textiles. Four
weeks Winter Coins.' in Cotton Grad?
ing. Four weeks Winter Course for
Cost per session Of nine months
including all fees, heat, light, water,
board, laundry and the necessary
uniforms $133.50. Tuition $10.00 ad?
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The College maintains 1?>7 four
year Agricultural and Textile Schol?
arships and 51 one-year Agricultural
scholarships. Value of scholarships
$100 per session and free tuition.
(Students who have attended
Clemson College or any other col?
lege or university, are not eligible for
the scholarships unless there are no
other eligible applicants.)
Scholarship and EtltranOc exami?
nations will be held at the County
Court House on .tul\ 12th. it A. M.
Next Session Opens
SEPTEMBER it 1012.
Write AT ONCE t.. W. M. Rlggs,
President. Clemson College, s. c?
for catalog, scholarship blanks, etc.
if you delay, you may be crowded
Mrs. Lela Love, wife of Wiley
Love, a farmer living near Covena,
Go., says; "I have taken Foley Kid?
ney Pills ami find them to be ill you
claim for them, They gave me almost
instant relief when mj kidneys O'ere
sluggish and Inactive. I .an cheerful?
ly recommend them t<? sufferers
from kidney troubles." Stbert's
I Mug St-a- ?.
A vicious hull d"g attacked and
seriously injured the four year old
s..n of Mr. Ed. Owens on the streit in
Each :,g?' of our liv. s h.is its joys,
<>ui people should be happy, and they
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keep the bowels regular. These tai>
lets are mild and gentle In their ac?
tion and especially suitable for peo?
ple of middle and older. For salt
i > .ill dealers.
\i:\V YORKER ALLEGES MISUSE
or TRAVELING I i NI).
Chairman of \ppiopi ialion- < on ..mil.
lee, After Berating PeecJdiat, Ac?
quiesces in Decision.
Washington, June II,?Charghsg
that Prssidsnl Taft had misuse g the
$25.000 travtdiiiK expense fund voted
yearly by congress, Cnnlrmnn Fitz?
gerald of the house appropriations
committee today Mtterly tKecked the
president durin? consideration of the
sundry civil apropriatlon. He de?
clared the president on his recent
Western trip had mulcted the news?
paper and secret service men. in spite
of protests, to bolster his depleted
"it Is deplorable," he aild, to have
to state these facts to the house and
Mr. Fitzgerald declared, however,
that he would vote for the item, which
eventually was adopted. He said
facetiously that he believed "it would
pay the Democratic party and the
country if the president traveled the
year round." He then referred di?
rectly to the president's Western trip.
The pro rata cost of each person
was figured out and every newspaper
man WSS requested to pay $1,500 for
his expenses. Out of the fund for the
suppression of counterfeiting and the
protection of the president $4,500 was
taken to defray the expenses upon the
train of three employes of the secret
service, against the protest of the
acting chief of * ?e secret service.
Former Speaker Cannon, Represen?
tative Gillette of Massachusetts and
Representative Sherley of Kentucky
(Democrat) argued that it was neces?
sary that the president see the coun?
try and the country see the president.
Repr?sentative Page of North Caro?
lina (Democrat), who offered the
amendment striking out the appro?
priation, declared the money was be?
ing voted in order to enable "gather?
ings at county fairs to elect exhibit as
the president of the United States."
JACKSON' CASE POSTPONED.
Florence Murder Trial Will bo Taken
Florence. June IS,?The hearing in
the case of Hairy MdntOSU and John
Williams, (barged with the murder
of Andrew Jackson, was postponed in
Court thli morning until tomorrow
aftemon that their attorneys might
ha\v a conference with them.
The case of the State against John
McGee for murder was heard this
morning and he was acquitted. It
Seems that the negro he killed. Char?
lie Jennings, was I stranger and he
broke Into the hot supper and wanted
to take charge by virtue of a big pistol
that he carried, and "JfcOec luet got
the drop on him first.
Scholarship and Entrance Kxamina?
The examination for the sward of
vacant scholarships In Winthrop Col?
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July I, at 9
a. rn. Applicants must be not less
than fifteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacant after July 5
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina?
tion, provided they meet the condi?
tions governing the award. Appli?
cants for scholarships should write to
President Johnson before the exami?
nation for scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 18, 1912. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson. Rock Hill. S. C.
llci|H'd to Keep Down Expenses,
?Mis. J. K. Henry. Akron. Mich.,
tells how she did so: 1 I was bother?
ed with my kidneys and had to go
nearly double. I tried a sample Of
Poley Kidney Pills and they did me
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