Newspaper Page Text
Editor The Manning Times:
Misses Enie Reece and Kiz
zie Kennedy of Workman, were
the guests of Miss Lottie Woods
during the past week.
Mr. Hugh McFaddin spent
Sunday in Bethel with relatives
Mrs Ada Hunter, who has
been on an extended visit to rel
atives here returned to her nome
in Monroe last Tuesday.
The Sardenia school has closed
and our teacher. Miss Vera
Greer has returned to her home
in Rock Hill.
Miss Rosa Kennedy who has
been visiting Miss Maggie
Woods has returned to her home
Several of the young folks
were delightfully entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Goodman a
few evenings ago.
Mr. R. E. McFaddin, Jr., spent
few elavs of last week in For
ev ening, ?a -
Mr J. S. Burgess has-returnea.
from a few days visit with rela
tives in Sumter.
"Sweet William" was the
guest of Mr. Hugh McFaddin
'Mr. J. M. Player was a visitor
to Manning a few days ago.
Mrs. E. J. McFaddin visited
relatives in. Sumter during the
Mr. S. E. McFaddin spent
Saturday and Sunday in Sumter
Rev. James McDowell preached
to a large and appreciative au
dience in the academy building
here on last Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kennedy
have returned from a pleasant
visit with relatives in Sumter.
Mr -Alfred McFaddin was a
visitor to Manning last Satur
Mr. Earle Millsaps spent a
few days of last week with rela
tives in Sumter.
Mrs. J. H. Garland and her
sister, Miss Gertrude DuRant,
visited Mrs. Earle Thompson of
Manning, a few days ago.
Mr. William Flemming of New
Zion was in town Sunday.
This is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or cold
just remember that Foley's Honey and
Tar will cure it. Do not risk your
health by taking any but the genuine
It is in a yellow package. The Arant
Co. Drug Store.
Editor The Mannin.a Times:
The W. C. T. U. will hold a
mothers meeting at the home of
SMrs. G. H. Curtis on next Thurs
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Reading of leaflets and discus
sions of topics relating to same
will compose most of the pro
Mrs. J. N. Tolar of Summer
ton spent last Wednesday here
as 'the guest of Mrs. Jud Brad
Mr. Alva Curtis returned to
Wilmington Thursday after a
.few days leave on account of
Mr. Henry WV. Harvin,' now
located at Columbia, is visiting
in this community.
Miss .Viola McLeod has re
turned home after a lengthy
visit at Florence.
Miss Jessie Curtis visited
Summerton last week in the in
terest of the W. C. T. U.
iRev. J. H. Noland will preach
at the Methodist church on next
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
The congregation have recently
placed a nice bell in their church.
Carolina Day was very appro
priately observed by the pupils
of the Paxville school on last
Friday evening. A few other
selections were rendered not in
cluded in the program sent out.
It was as follows:
Song-Dixie, by class.
Recitation-The south in the Revo
lution, Wash Keels.
Recitation-South Carolina, Jimmie
-Recitation- Agricultural Industry,
Instrumental Solo-Apple Blossoms,
>Recitation-Water Power, Flossie
Recitation-Education, Sudie Kolb.
Song-Just before the Battle Mother.
Recitation-Emily Geiger's Ride,
Reading-Life of John C. Calhoun,
-Vocal Solo-My South Carolina Li],
Recitation-Hampton. May Boyd.
Recitation-The Women of the Con
federacy, Konie Geddings..
Flag Drill-by t welve boys.
Dialogue-The Yankee Strategem.
Mr. LeGrand Geddings spent
.Sunday here with his brother
Mr. F. S. Geddings,
Mr. Henry Curtis went on a
few days business trip to Char
leston last week.
Little Sadie Mims has been
quite sick for several days.
Found at Last.
J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West,
Va., says: "At last I have found the
perfect pill that never disappoints me:
and for the benefit of others aafflicted
with torpid and chronic constipation,
will say: take Dr. King's New Life
Pils." Guaranteed satisfactory. 25e. at
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
"ihe Real Cause.
7mmy -What was you bawlin'
about last night?
Wiie-W'y, when paw and me got
home from fishin' maw didn't have
supper ready, and I whimpered about
-It, and paw licked me.
"And he licked you j3s fer whimper
"Naw; because supper wasn't ready.''
atience is the support of weakness;
CRACK NUT SUNDAY.
Queer Method of Hearing a Sermon
Still In Use In England.
"One fine aumUmn Sunday I attended
a service in a north of England coun
try church that would have driven a
New York preacher clean crazy,- said
the man who travels. '*The congrega
tion didn't do a thing but sit around
and crack nuts. Fancy a New York
minister talking to a crowd of that
kind! The modern preacher likes to
have things quiet when he talks. It
diseoncerts him to hear a baby cry or
a woman cough or an old man snore.
If he is put out by such trifles as these,
it is interesting to conjecture what he
would do if he were to take hold of a
congregation where everybody brought
nuts to crack during the sermon.
"Worshipers, it seems, used to do
this in England and even in our own
states during colonial days. This dis
turbance was not a weekly occurrence
by any means. If it had been, the
poor preacher would have undoubted
ly left his flock to administer spiritual
consolation to suit themselves. But as
it happened only once a year he was
forced to endure it. This one day
which was attended by such remarka
license cane the Sunday before
haelmas day and was called 'crack
Sunday.' Nobody, no matter bow
as he might be, hesitated to avail
iself of the peculiar privilege grant
_1 him, and men, women and children
came to church with their pockets
stuffed with nuts, which they compla
cently cracked and munched during
"It was that kina of a sermon that
so impressed me with its oddity. It
can be easily imagined that when for
ty or fifty people get to cracking nuts
with all their might the noise is apt to
be something terrific, and many times
the minister was hard put to it to
'hear himself think.' That custom,
from being regarded with high favor
for many years, finally came to be
looked upon as a nuisance, and the
habit was suppressed, except in a few
remote lbcalities. although the act of
suppression was attended with consid
erable difficulty, so firmly had the nut
cracking fever taken hold of the fancy
of the people."-New York Press.
No Case. on Record.
There is no case en record of a cough
or cold resulting in .)neumonia or con
sumption after Foley's Honey and Tar
has been taken, as it will stop your
cough and break up your cold quickly.
Refuse any but the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar in a yellow package.
Contains no opiates and is safe and
sure. The Arant Co. 'Drug Store.
Love of Beauty.
We will try to make some small piece
of ground -beautiful. peaceful and fruit
ful. We will have flowers and veg
etables in our garden, plenty of corn
and grass in our fields. We will have
some music and poetry. The children
shall learn to dance and sing it Per
haps some of the old people, in time,
may also. We will have some art, and
little by little some higher art and
imagination may manifest themselves
among us-nay, even perhaps an un
calculating and uncovetous wisdom, as
of rude Magi, presenting cups of gold
and frankincense, for this love of
beauty is an essential part of all
healthy human nature, and, though it
can long coexist with states of life in
many other respects unvirtuous, it is
itself wholly good, the direct adversary
of envy, avarice, mean wor1gy care
and cruelty. The men in whcim it has
been most strong have always been
compassionate and lovers of justice
and the earliest declarers and discov
erers of things conducive to the hap
piness of mankinid.-John Ruskin.
*.- Worked ILike a Charm.
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that
spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa,
Va..,.says: "I ran a nail in my foos last
week and at mee applied ~Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. No information followed:
the salve sim'ply healed the wound."
Heals every sore, burn and skin disease
Gnaranteed at The Arant Co. Drug
An Eye With Legs.
"Depend upon it, children," said the
benignant old gentleman who was ad
dressing the Sunday school, "we were
fashioned by a wiser power than our
selves. There was no mistake made in
putting us together. If our hands were
placed where our feet are and our feet
where our hands are, how could we get
along? It would be exceedingly awk
ward, children, exceedingly awkward.
I stretch my hand out this way; I
move my fingers like this. Now, what
is this an evidenca of, children?"
There was no reply, and after .wait
ing a moment the speaker answered
the question himself.
"It is an evidence of design. Don't
forget that, children," he continued
impressively. "It is an evidence of de
sign. Suppose, for instance, my eye,
instead of having lids and lashes; had
legs. Suppose my eye had legs. How
could I use them?"
"You could use them in running your
eye over the congregation, couldn't
you?" regiied a deeply interested little
boy near the doo~r.
For hInnts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Moths will leave if it is sprinkled
Turpentine and soap will remove ink
stains from linen.
Turpentine will remove wheel grease,
pitch and tar stains.
Clean gilt frames with a sponge mois
tened in turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches if sprin
kled in their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen cloth will
clean tan shoes nic ly.
A few drops added to water in which
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
An equal mixture of turpentine and
linseed oil will remove white marks
from furniture caused by water.
Ivo- knife handles that have be
come yellow can be restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing with tur
Carpets can be cleaned and colors re
stored by going over occasionally with
a broom dipped in warm water in
which a little turpentine is added.
Bears th The Kind Ynu Have Always Boight
Stories of Wonderful Skill With Bow
The expression "drawing a long bow"
does not of necessity mean the telling
of a falsehood. It sometimes refers to
a wonderful story, which may be true
enough, but which is so marvelous as
to require a firm trust in the veracity
of the narrator to enable the hearer to
believe it. Some of the longest bows
of this sort have been drawn about
bows and arrows.
These stories began long ago. Virgil
in the ".Eneid" tells of four archers
who were shooting for a prize, the
mark being a pigeon tied by a cord to
the mast of a ship. The first man hit
the mast, the second cut the corJ, and
the third shot the pigeon as it fiew
away. The fourth archer, having noth
ing left to shoot, drew his bow and
sent his arrow flying toward the sky
with such speed that the friction of the
air set the feathers on fire, and it
swept on, like a meteor, to disappear
in the clouds.
The stories told of Robin Hood's
archery, illustrated by his wonderful
performance as Locksley in Scott's
"Ivanhoe.' are also a decided strain
upon a sensible person's credulity. The
famous story of William Tell, doubted
by many persons, is believed by others
to have a foundation of fact. There
was a Dane named Foke of whom the
same story is told, and William of
Cloudesley, an Englishman, is said to
have shot an apple from his son's head
merely to show his expertness.
Most stories of bows and arrows re
late to the accurate aim of the archers,
but a Frenchman, Blaise de Vigenere,
tells one that shows the tremendous
force with -which an arrow may be
propelled if the bow be strong and long
enough. According to his own ac
count of the matter, he saw Barbaros
sa, a Turk, admiral of a ship called the
Grand Solyman, send an arrow from
his bow riht through a cannon ball.
Marv-Dark circles under the eyes
indicate a sluggish circulation, torpid
liver and kidneys. Exercise and Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make
you well and beautiful. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Luck and Reputati6ns.
"Nobody gifted with a sense of hu
mor can fail to be diverted by the
Puck-like manner in which luck makes
and unmakes reputations for business
ability," says Will Payne in Every
body's. "Years ago a gentleman named
Jennings was an extensive owner of
downtown real estate in. Chicago. He
was -the first, I believe, to develop on a
large scale the modern system of the
ninety-nine year lease, whereby the
owner insures to himself and his heirs
for a century an absolutely fixed rent
al, free and clear of all charges. After
Mr. Jennings had leased a lot of his
lands for ninety-nine years a depres
sion came on. Other people's incomes
were curtailed, but his* was stable.
'What foresight!' said the town. 'What
sagacity!' 'What superb business judg
ment!' Mr. Jennings' views on the
business situation and outlook were
eagerly sought The depression passed.
Realty prices' advanced immensely.
The Jennings lots could have been
leased at twice the rental named in
the old indenture. The town shook its
head sympathetically over poor Mr.
Jennings' deplorable shortsightedness."
[OATARRH CURED AT HOME
Trial Treament of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers.
If you have catarrh of the nose. throat, or
ungs, if you are constantly spitting. blowing
he nose, have stopped up feeling, head noises.
eafness, asthma, bronchitis or weak lungs,
you can cure yourself at home by a remedy so
simple that even a child can usc it.
It will cost von ,.nly a postal card to get a
liberal free trial package of Dr. Blosser's
wonderful remedy. It is sent by mail to every
interested sufferer. Certainly no offer could be
The full treatment is not expensive. A pack
ge containing enough to last one w hole month
A post card with your.name and address
sent to H. R. BSoGER. Manning. S. C.. will bring
you by return mail the free trial treatment and
n interesting booklet, so that you can a-t once
begin to cure yourself privately at home.
The Comfortable Fortune.
"What is your idea of a -comfortable
fortune?" asked the ambitious youth.
"One," answered the man of experi
ence, "that is big enough to buy you
everything you want and not big
enough, to attract the attention of the
arand jury."-Washington Star.
The trouble is, your liver's
sick. One of its products,
" bile," is overflowing into
You can't digest your food,
your appetite is poor, you
suffer dreadfully from head
-ache, stomach ache, dizzi
ness, malaria, constipation,
etc. What you need is not a
dose of salts, cathartic water
or pills-but a liver tonic
This great medicine acts gently on
Sthe sick liver, It purifies the blood,
renewvs the appetite, feeds the nerves,
Sclears the brain and cures consti
SIt is a true medicine for sick liver
and kidneys, and regulates all the
c estiv~e func.tions. Try~ it.
6 At all dealers in medic.ines in
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons are forbidden from hunting, fish
ing or otherwise trespassing upon the
lands near Wright's Blutf known as the
att swamp land, which has been
leased by mae from John S. Watt.
DAVID J. ROSS.
March 4th, 1907.
for chiote fe, a-re. Jiro oplaea
Gmzc= Colds Prevmnts Pneumonia
An average fertilizer for cotton
should contain 3 per cent. nitro
gen, 8 per cent. phosphoric acid
and. 4 per cent.
Cotton Culture" is the title of a book of 90
pages, full of "meaty" suggestions for the cotton
grower. It discusses the proper cultivation of the
cotton plant, and gives valuable hints on fertilizing
necessary to secure the greatest yield.
It will be sent free to all interested.
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-93 Nassau Street, or Atlanta, Ga.-1224 Candler Building
The latest creations from
the looms will soon be in the
store of. the
Sunanerton, S. 0.
Where you will find also your new Hat and Shoes
waiting for you.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, nrseoureld
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
R. I. Manning, Plaintiff,
Tae )D eas, Lynch H. DeasRich
ard R. Deas, Eleanora N. Deas,J. Di.
Dleas, Jr., Henry Dleas, Ellen B).
Dleas and Henry B. Dleas, Defend
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
U.NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AU
Judgment Order of the Court of Co
:on Pleas, in the above stated ae
ion, to me directed, bearing date of
February 7, 1907, I will sell at pub-'
ic auction, to-the highest bidder for.
ash, at Clarendon Court House, at I o att e olrgofe
anning, in said county, within the yu l~sihlii-aoiaFr
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon- tiie. eyw "IlrSeou
ay, thle 1st day of April, 1907, te o rdcin vni o s
eing salesday, the following de- feetesadlssabr
scribed real estate: W aetosnso togtsi
That parcel composed of twenty- otemksoferlirsndaet
nineeen nd wo-tird acrs, o irinid'aolidna rolizee
ib, in all forty-ninede pe acresstat,"aeb ar nd bet.hey brilgivew
thecontyofCl~redo itsid cos of prdcin maevmen oue
Stae. and bon ed acrs foll.s fod t ohat ootevnifsm
North, by lands of John 0. Manning dae nevr ogtyut u
aud Eleanora N. Richardson, known ~bcueh
s lots No. 7 and 2; east, by lands of Ocus~~~udooll~r~
Eleanora N. Richardson and J. l. yus
Richardson; south, by lands of J. M. VIGIACOLNCHiA O,
Richardson and on the west by lands i~od a oflV.Dra,10
f John C. Manning. known as lot ChrsoS .almrIdAsuG.
No.?7, and by lands of J. M. Richard
county anddState, gnownuasoth
southern alfsofetehsecondBottoe h
acrechmbounded, northobylands of ,11.1.
8; est, y S. Mak'schurh. le Hae you S .timn one b an exe
Tassthb pa lortands of nd in saien vrmn
anduwty the Satee ie snwnam the n tra llszsofpp n
Pourher ayfo r ped aot m awy ed od h ih hn
sotiin Beenyfu and GABEb1-100h rigm terok
he rifboundednoban ouny Imake spcat ofdinalkind
ofosolderMnnning, knowofeeapots, ke.
ands; south,,byteandsnsf Msahispriencedsworkman
Purchaser to payilkpanfor per. aalaysray thing thait hneesge
pairing. I will do it in a workmanlike
County of Clarendon, 'way.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS- your old soves.r epa th bes
Summons, For Relief, ~experience with hardware men and
(Complaint Not Served.) will give you satisfaction.
If your lamp is out of order let me
aniel M. Rodgers, Plaintiff see it before you throw'it away.
saac Murray. Josiah Murray, Stephen JON P BEL
Murray. Jeff Cur-tan, Earnest Curtan, U.DJ
Carrie~Curtan, Hunter Curtain. Co
r-on Curtan, Leifers Cur-tan, Mary Shop near Bradham's stable.
Sue Curtan and Alva Curtan, Defend
'o the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and reV e
uired to answer the complaint mn this
ction which is filed in the office of the A
Cerk of Court of Common Pleas, for
he said County, and to serve a copy of
our answer to t.he said Complaint on
he subscribers at their office in Man
ing, South Carolina, within twenty *L~
ays after the service hereof, exclusivei S
f the day of such service; and if you
al to answer the complaint within the -
ime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the court for reliefYocathnpyou
emanded in the complaint.
WILSON & O'BRYAN,bilwthcekwih
o the Defendants Josiah Murray and w eunt o h
Take notice that the Summons andfitofecmnhad
Cmplaint in this action were filed in hiia-ctusmda
the offce of the Clerk of Court of Coin
on Pleas for said County and StateI
n the 5th day of March, A. D. 1907. cepinflfoevr
WILSON & O'BRYAN,doaryuayut
March G, 10, 6t. Yucnawy aecag
SEAL ] A. I. BARRON,wihacek
~ An Account
ONSUIPT ON Piceist whach yo t eat d
Os Free Tril. Kenweiy h La e hus ade Ta
C re alCec, epe fls Coldser
Surst ndQuikes Cre orol u t cayte nlys makngte boane.
KTOTH an CUGOU B
Suret Aanuet C.Dure Stor. all inysadBado'fi
The new Laxative
that does not gripe
9leasant to take. La
Do You Want
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
inz Establishment in the State.
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
J. L, DAVID & BRO,,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Geo.8 Hacker &Son
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords.
Window and Fand Glass a Secialty.
A complete stock of Caskets, Coffns and Pu
neal Supplies nlways on hand. Mv hearse will
be sent to any part of the county, and calls will
be responded to by Mr. A. J. White, funeral
director and undertaker, night or day.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF 5.0C.
- TIME TABLE No. 6, .
In Effect Sunday, June 5, 1904.
BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDEN.
Mixed, Daily except Sunday.
No. 69 No. 74 No. 70 No. 68
PM AM AM PM
6 25 9 36 Lve...Sumter ..Ar.9'00 5 45
6 27 9 38 N. W. Junction....8 58 5 43
6 47 9 59...Dazell... 8 5 13
7 05 10 10...Borden... 8 00 458
7 23 10 21...Rembert's...7 40 4 43
7 30 10 31...Eer be..730 4 28
7 50 11 10..So. Ry. Junctionl..7 10 4 25
8 00 11 10 Ar... Camden. .L ve700 4 15
PM PM AM PM
BET WEEN WILSON'S MILL AND SUMTER
No. 73 Daily exccpt Sunday. No. 72
3 00 Leave.... Sumter... ArrIve. .12 30
3 03..ummerton Junction...12 2
30............ Tindal............1 a
3 35........... Packsvile......... 41 30
3 55. .......... Silvr............. 11 00
4 45...........Summerton.....10 15
52............ Davis............-- 9 45
5 45...........Jordan . .......4- 9 45
6 30 Arrive..Wilson's Mill.Leave 8 40
BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL.
Daily exce->t Sunday.
No. 73 No. 75 No.72 No. 74
PM AM AM PM
4 05 10 20 Lve Millard Ar.10 45 5 30
4 13 10 30 Ar St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 20
PM AM AM PM
F'HOS. W ILSON, President.
W. C. DAVIS. J.;A. WEINBERG.
AVS & WEINBERG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections.
JOHN S. WILSON~. S. OLIvER O'BRYAN.
ILSON & O'BRYAN, .
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING, S. 0.
J H. LESESNE.
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING, S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. 0.
j M CSWAIN WOODS,
Se ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
Office Over Levi's Store.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MIANNING, S. C.
DR. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 77.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. 0.
Phoue No. 6.
toss the coeagh anhel ug
lodel Dyspepsia Cure)
Olgos+e what you eat.
Stomach and Lve
xative Frdt Syrup Chronic Contipation.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allowno one to deceive youin this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Tnfants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea apd Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatidh
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, rekulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
YMC COMTURt COUMAN. 77 MURRAY VMUC=. ftCW Yr01 CM-Y
The short crops in the vicinity of Manning have caused
prices this fall not to advance as they did last year.Now is the inves
tor's opportunity, as with reasonably good crops and prices next
year's land will go much higher. Others think as nwe do. And
here are two orders recently placed with us by two men from
other counties, and the kind of men this county needs:
First. A farm. within easy reach of a hlgh school and good
churches, properly improved and costing from five to ten thousand
Second. A farm of from one to two hndred acres, within
reach of a common school and good church, costing from three to
five thousand dollars.
If you can't pay cash we will help you to borrow the money
Mallnig Real Estate Agency4
E. D. Hodge, Manager.
.Office over Bank of Manning.
DAILY ExcEPT SUNDAYS
Effective May 1st, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. .SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
3ied Mied 5ixe. STATIONS. ~ed. Ie .
A. M. P. M. P. M.
20 7A5l.statio ecpuLah and..Alcolu.re..fAgttosfr all tra0n.....
e2dyss 75......ur.....y N.......an23o 73......
215 ady o n No.. . 3... ..... Hrs....... 0 70.....
43 1015 enge ervic...enexce.....Lve fo 600uxury .~
DAainn Seeptngla and AThoreoughsaifor Caras.
ion, No. te Frdysoo.I
uerdasWNo.1.J SrdAs, N..adN.3