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ARE DISPO5ED OF
JUMBER OF ROAD PROJECTS UP
BEFORE STATE HIGHWAY
ASPER COUN GETS AID
Federal Aid Requests Granted, Dele
gations Heard and Much Worc
Done at the Meeting.
Allotment of federal and state aid
to a number of road and bridge pro
jects over the state and the consider
ation of numerous -requests froin dif
ferent delegations were the more im
portant actions of the state highway
commission at its meeting here. A
4 number of requests were turned down
by the commission, as it was impos
aible to grant them.
The commission acquiesced in the
request from Bamberg county that the
requirement of $5,000 to be appro
priated for the Salkelptchie bridge be
waived as the county has no funds
to apply to the bridge and is very
anxious to 'proceed with work on the
Bamberg-Branchville highway. The
comrpission agreed to waive the re
quirements heretofore placed oft the
bridge, but only with the understand
ing that the county shall provide
funds for the bridge as soon as it can
lawfully do so.
A request of $20,000 of federal aid
from Greenwood county to be used on
a bridge at Puckett's ferry on the Sa
luda river was not granted as the
commission thought other bridges, es
pecially the Laurens-Greenwood con
nection, could be constructed first.
The commission expressend interest
in the matter of bridging the Saluda at
this point, but could not offer federal
aid at this time.
Jasper county was allotted $20,000
federal aid for the road from Ridge
land to Almeda, this sum being avail
able from a former allotment of $25,
000 to Saluda county, which Saluda
did not match.
The commission agreed to give $10,
000 of state aid to the Wateree river
bridge approaches if Richland and
Sumter counties each raise $10,000,
this giving a total of $30,000 for the
approaches. Sumter is prepared to
give Its $10,000, it was stated, and
Richland county is expected to fur
-nish its $10,000.
In connection with the Wateree
bridge the commission definitely fix
ed the state highway to the bridge as
the direct route to the structure,
branching off as the 17 mile-post of
the Eastover road and not going to
A request from Sumter county that
i' $16,000 of federal aid would be
i iedged to that' county out of any
ni w appropriation, the county woull
make the Wateree river bridge road
at d the Mayesville road 18 feet wvide,
wi'-s grantedl. These are two import
an\ roads and the commission was
anxiat to have thenm 18 feet wide.
F, H. Murray, engineer for the Sum
ter Per aanent Roads association, ap
peared :i the interest of this request
and othe r matters.
Dr. M. Riggs, president of
Clemso,' 'ollege; Pr-of. S. B. Earle, di
rector J~ the engineering departmnt,
and Prot IE. L. Clark, appeared be
fore the commission and told of the
enlargement of the laboratory at the
college, especially the machinery for
testing road materials. The labora
tory facilities wvere offered the high
way department for testing road ma
terials. Dr. Riggs explained that the
college was anxious to emphasize road
construction in its engineering cours
es. Engineer Moorefield was asked
'to go to Clemson and address the se
nior engineering class on road mat
ters and he agreed to (10 5o.
Senator T. B. Pearce, J1. M. Baten,
M. D). Keller and HI. (1. Kaminor ap
peared in interest of aid for the bridge
-acrosms the Congaree at Bates .ferry.
*rhe commissioner some time ago alot
te&. $15,000 of aid to this bridge and
-agproaches and the seeroar-y was au
'horized to turn over- the fund as it
.'was available from the imotor vehicle
, Directors of Penitentiary Meet.
.Directors of the penitentlary met
at the governor's office to consider
the matter of chair factory contract,
but no definite Action wvas taken. thme
matter being dieferr-ed until May 18
The directors arc satisfied with the
results obtnirncd under the 01(1 conl
tract that-nowv controls the output of
The chair factory at the peCnitentiary
afid a renewal may be granted to the
present company, it was saidl. An of
for was made the board by representa
~tives of another company and this
will be considered at the meeting.
Less FertilIzer Solcd This Year.
Fertilizer sales in South Caroline
'are considerably off this spring as
compared with last spring, according
to the privilege tax collections of
*State Treasurer Carter. For .Janpmary,
February and March of this 'year the
tax collection was $105,815.49 as comn
pared with $120.9a9.30 for the same
thren months of 1921.
The fertilizer season is drawing to
a close, most farmers putting in their
supplies (luring the first three months,
However, a good deal of purchasing
des done in April and early May,
eltann to Head University,
William D. .Melton, one of the tet
known and ablest lawyers in South
Carolina and one of the leading busi
r.ess men of Columbia, was unani.
mously elected president of the Uni
verisity of South Carolina to succeed
Dr. William Spencer Currell, who had
resigned at the January meeting of
the board of trustees. Mr. Molton
accepted the presidency.
Mr. Melton will assume the duties
of president sometime between July 1
and September 1 and will abandon'all
his business and professi'onal activi
ties, devoting his entire time to up
building the university.
Concurrently with the election of
Mr. Melton as president of the univer
sity, the trustees elected Dr. Currell
dean of the recently created graduate
school.' Dr. Currell will become the
head of the graduate school just as
soon as Mr. Melton assumes the office
of president and he expects to have
the school well organized and equip
ped by the next scolastic year. This
school was created by the legislature
at the recent session.
Mr. Melton, the president- elect,. is
a 'man of large business and profes
sional affairs and in accepting the
proffer of the trustees told the board
that he wanted to take up the new
work as early. as possible and would
arrange matters as quickly as he
The new president was president '1
the South Carolina Bar association in
In- accepting the resignation of Dr.
Currell the trustees expressed ,their
highest esteem for the work* the re
tiring president has done and in
structed Governor Cooper, chairman
of the board, to convey the board's es
teem to Dr. Currell by letter.
In casting about for a successor to
Dr. Currell the board had two ideas
in view, to find a man who would
measure up to the requirements of a
real university executive and a man
of high culture and character. These,
members of the board said, are be
lieved to be embodied in the president
Dr. Currell, the retiring president,
assumed the office of the presidency
in 1914 and since his administration
the university has made much prog
ress, both in scholarship and attend
Mr. Melton, in his acceptance, told
the members of the board that he
would burn all his business bridges
behind him and would devote his en
tire time to the affairs of the univer,
sity; that he would do all in his power
to increase and broaden its influence
and make it a real vital force in the
state. The members of the board ol
trustees pledged to him their entire
support and cooperatiori in the large
task ahead of him.
No other man was given consider
ation at the meeting than Mr. Melton
who.wae in no sense a candidate. The
board, as expressed by each member
was of the opinion that he filled all
the qualificatidns making for a high
Plan Contest For Students.
The state department of education
has announced that it will arrange for
a state contest for the adult pupils
of South Carolina. This contest will
be held in Columbia April 28-29. It
will be recalled that a similar contest
was held last year and it was the
unanimous vote of those present last
year that another contest be held this
year and for the past 12 months the
greater number of studlents have been
working towards this goal. Last year
the adult pupils enjoyed their visit
to Columbia andl were appreciative of
the attention shownm them, and from
the department of education it is
learned that enthusiastic letters are
b~eing received almost daily from pu.
pils who are looking forward to the
contest in this city.
Plans for ti' entertainment of the
visitors have already been madea, ac
cording to an announcement from the
department of edlucation. A contest
bulleti giving full details may be
procured from Miss Wil Lou Gray,
supervisor of adult schools, depart
ment of eduention, Columbia. There
will be contests in reading, writhra
spelling and arithmetic. There will
also be a contest in declamation, this9
subjnct being "Why I Needed the
Adult School and What it Hans D~one
for Me." The contests will he held
at the University of Smth Carolina
and will be so classified that pupils
who havo entered school for the first
time this year wvill be able to compete,
Bank Examiner Issues Report.
State banks in South Carolina have
resources amounting to $149,34i5,050.21,
according to their condition as of
Mtarch 10 as rep~ortedl to the slate
The report wvas for the close of bus
iness on March 10 of the 372 state
banks and branches.
Inodividual deposits subject to checki
reached a total of $45,3.54,612.65 and
savings depiosits dropped to $314,380,
04.8.54. Trhe total capial stock of the
banks Is given by Mr. Craig a's $17,
Supreme Court Has Heavy Docket.
Tihe Supreme Court docket at this
term is onme of the heaviest in a num.
humr of years, according to court offi.
clinIs. and will keep the *court in a
steady grind until the close of May.
Some Important cases are to come
before the court,. including the Fox
Kirby and Galppins cases. It is ex
pected that the alleged appeals al
Kirby and Fox. which have never boeen
comletedl will he dismissed upon mo
tion of solicitor Callison. Gappin:
has completed his appeal and it wil:
itkely h)0 heard on its tnerits,
BIG WATER SPOUT
LINER ABOUT 800 MILES OUT OF
NEW YORK WHEN SPOUT
VESSEL HAS NARROW ESCAPE
Passengers Make Bets on Result
Before Realizing That Tie Meant
Now York.-The ste-y of a gigantic
waterspout which chased the Cun
ard Liner Carinania half an hour and
then suddenly subsided when it waE
almost upon the hard driven ship, waE
told by officers and passengers whet
she arrived after a round trip to the
The liner was about 800 miles out
of New York when the spout was first
sighted. At first, passengers said, i
appeared as a slight disturbance oi
water about eight miles astern. Thet
the waves -were twisted and churne
and hurled skyward with terrific forco
in an ever increasing volume. For i
tim6, they stated, it stood still whil
Captain Melson, after pronouncing I
a big waterspout, ordered the line:
sent ahead at full speed. At almos
the same moment, the spout soeme
to take wings and rush after the bli
The passengers crowded aft. Smoki
belched foni the ship's funnels whil<
the Carmania strained every atom o
her strength to escape. As the spou
traveled it grew larger. It widene
rapidly and towered high in the air
throwing off spray.
As first the passengers thought thal
it was just a wonde'rfuj phenomena
They began to bet on its speed, or
whether it could catch the boat. oi
pass it. Then. as it towered in th<
Carmania's wake, gaining rapidly. i1
suddenly occurred to the passenger,
that it carried certain denth witr-it
that the race was one for life.
The snout continued to gain unti
it was almost upon the ship. The pas
songers. huddled awe-stricken, alon
the decks watching the oncomini
mass of water. It had only to reacl
out for the shin-nnd it subsided a
suddenly na it had rien. Five mir
utes after there was nothing to shm'
there had been any disturbance of th
Cantain Melson smiled when he wa
asked about it.
"I'll never tell what would hav
happened it ft had caught us," he sak
"In fact, I never could have told. W
would have been listed as missin
on the marine register."
Cases Facing Supreme Court.
Washington.-The legality of arm:
"plucking boards," the illegality o
transportation of liquors through tho
United States while en route to 10s;
arid jurisdictions, and the usual so
of tax cases, are among the action:
to be presentedl before the supreme
court in the 40 hours i'emaining of the
time designated in the ptresent terrn
for oral judgment. The court's 'plant
are saidl to fix a date early in JTune
for final adj~ournmlent and( April 2.
as the last (lay for hea'ring oral argu
mients on .cases now on the calend-ir
Among the eases which probabl:
will be called this week is that of lth
Baltimore club of the defunct Fedora
league against the present' majo
leagues. charging violation of the
Sherman ant i-t rust laws.
Foreign governments as well a
American prohibition enforcemten
officers are interested in the con
struction the supreme court wil
nlace in two cases brought untde
the Volstead law to block tran'rnort:
lion of linnuor through the Unife'
States. The devisions of lower fee
eral courts were confieting.
Tree Planted on Grave.
Washington.-With appropriate coi
emony, the American Forestry associh
tion planted a memorial oak in fron
of the house in Glen Echo, just oul
side of Washington, in which Clar
Barton, foundler of the American Reo
Cross, died Easter -Sunday, 1911
Aviator' Killed in Nose Dive.
Galveston, Texas.-Capt. G. S. Littl
and Sergeant JTames L. Johnson, arm
flying from Kelly fld, San Antonkh
were killed here when the airplano I
which they were flying went inta
nose dive at a height of about 100 feel
Officers' at Love Field who ar'
investigating the accident believe tha
Captain Little was piloting the mi~
chine. The accidlent occurred nea
a private landing field and it is be
lievedl the aviators intended to mnak
a landling when the plano dlroppie
to the ground.
Lloyd George at Conference.
Genoa.-Premier Lloydi George ha
announced that his aimn at the Geno
conference is to bring into being
pact among the 34 nations replresentC<
agreeing not to invadle one another
Britain is against a pact with ml
itary sanctions, it is dePclaredl, he
cause sanctions belong to the orde
of ideas that an endleavor is hein
made to get away fronm, and gun
antees would mean a new groupin
of the powers. The military holida
idla in not nrnnticant
Youth Caught Driling Churoh
Safe Claimed Baggage Con
tainIng Set of Burglar Tools.
Providence, R. L-Discovered while
at work drilling holes in a sate in the
vestry of St. Patrick's ioman Catholle
church, in this city, a young nan who
possesses a diploma froin a San Fraun
cisco school for burglars was sur
rounded by a cordon of police and
taken into custody after a struggle, in
which, the police say, it was necessaty
to use a club on the intruder's head.
The police are holding the atan. who
gives his name as Charles Benson, and
his home as Ridley Park, Pa., for
brettking and entering with Intent to
Watched the Young Man at Work.
commit larceny. Among possession
claimed by the man and taken from i
a checking station in a Providence rail
road station are several correspond
i ence course lessoa in "How to Be i
Burglar," a diploma signifying thai
Benson Is a graduate, and a full 1in
of burglar's tools, flashlights, an
other usual equipment. Benson tol
the police he entered the church t,
Benson was discovered at work b
the Rev. Martin F. Reddy, pastor c
the church, who was awakened by
sound of a window heing opened I
e the church vestry. The priest watchi
the young main at work on the saf
whileh contained church funds, all
s then returned to the rectory and tel
phoned for the pollee. The burglh
e was not. alarmed by the arrival of
I. patrol full of omfelers until they entere
e the church. Then he gathered his tool
and enneenled himself behind the a
tar, where, the pollee say, he was al
rested after a struggle.
r 192 YEARS IS HIS SENTENCI
European Swindler Who Duped Sevei
"Wives" Held in Paris for
I Parls.-Tlhe pollee of' Paris asser
that Sanchelttz Donnte, also knowna :
I Antonio Luita, an td liiarrison l'01is11
i whlo was arrested in Bn reelonn,. Spa in
in connec'tiona wilth forgeries totalini~
nearly 4,000t.000) franes (noral vallu
- 88I00.000), is really Ant onlit lutsi:
. Huse, whlo wasx hoaIr ia lireelonta ane
a has baee~n huntated hby 1tauropean pol111eii
C orn six years. Thea'1)1 poir seek LI ash:
I ont 1(10 watrranats. and( lhe has bteeni sen
r toni'a'l by del'nult in Sain to 19IV
3 ye as' imprisaonmaentt. It is asserte('
Sthat ihe contract ed seven inn rriauges
e each timae fleling withi th id'te's for
- InAtin, the paolice dleclaredV, posed( a
1 the brot her'-n-law i of t ha mlinlster a
ar flananee of IEenador in Gutnync tall, in
- per'sonnt Ied K(1ing. AlfCoanso at Maut tiut
1 ia nIsluand in thle Indiana ocean a. baorr'ow
loig 1large sums of mnoney, amai pouse
asthelii praesidlent of thea repubilic 0
.Drug Peddler Had Wares in a Bibi
Newii Yorak.-N-ew Y'oark CIty polie
lai havt nrrester'ulna Sun rdny dope perdlle
. who eatarried hIs witrEs, 1l.a paper panek
et s of powidar, hahhlen In bet weean th
pnlo aes of a Bible. iFliremnn anaswerln
'a i re' ata, found0( four 'iat me lng ni
the floor oaf at aapatm uent whee the;
apptarentlly haad foliena after samaaplin
,Would-Be Suicide to Sleep Ten Dayt
a Madisoan, Wis.-'F('en days of sleel:
.a aiccordinag to physlehranst, ae no stor,
L.for Clharence IIa i'ey. t went Iy-eigh
a *years oil, who pot lle e sty attIemapt e
tto conmmtit suleide by swatllowlang
.-i large over'dose of sleepinag tabletst
r thiInklig thlemn to bte piasoni.
Asks Court to Make
Girl Stop Loving Him
sa Wh'len a pretty girl- inasists otn
at hvisiting hera a;ientionts oat a
a Inana atgaianst hais will, tihe only
I, ting thtat wilb stop' her ist nn hi.
s jlnntion11, ac('ordinag to iBrunoa
11.-ller of (i engot, wh'lo ciinms
1. thFat M'aiss lsthel Itncrietnnt
~.pstatwedl baini tmalter with affect ion
anodl teilaiphone entlis, and1( iersist
p d' int raiin hi hisa automtoille.
- lie wats the' 'ouirt to atke hera
pst op. Miss Frielant den'ties all
El o charges int thed petitdon.
'"My candle burns at both ends;
It will not last the night;
But, ath, my foes, and oh, my friends
It gives a Lovely light."
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS
A good dish of beans inny he pre
pared in a short time If the following
Baked Beans. - Wash
and sonk a pouni of
linut beans over night.
lit the tuorning put them
on lin plenty of water
atad sinnier until tender;
then dratin atal put into
a bean pot or bnking
d11sh1 with salt, pepper,
and one-fottrth of at poundttl of btacon
wiclh has been put through ithe nent
grinl(er, a tatliespoonful of stilt, two
tablespx)nruls of inolaisses and one
tabtspoonful of grated otion. Arid
enouagh wtater to coRe to the top of
the beians and bake until a golden
Lemon Butter for Tarts.-l ut over
one cupftuil of witter in it sauittceian;
when hoiling hot a.dd one tablespoon
ful of flour muixed with a little -olid
water to pour, cook uitil stmooth. then
holl ten tninttes. Add atn egg whieh
has been beaten with otne-half ettpft:l
of sugna' antad at little salt. fBring to
the boiling point, add the :InJ front
ia lentton finely grated and three table
spoonafitls of Julep. Iteriove at onle
front the heitat and bent two ituintiute%.
When cold it hi ready to fll ttrt shells.
Crinkle Cakes.-Work one-half etap
fill of atlinnd paste until stanooth, id
to It one cupful f washed butter itid
when ertitny add slowly three-fourths
(if at eupful o sugar, one i-gg. one
tablespoonful of mtixed flavoring. using
one tenspoonful of lemon. one-littif
teaspoonful of alttond and the rent of
vatnillat. Add two and one-half cupfu1l9
of flotar rand mix well ; force this mix
ture through a patstry hag atnd at rose
tube and bake in a noderate oven.
Corn Bread.-Take one cupftu enel of
yellow corntinteal, white flour and sour
'rearn, two teatspoonfuls of baking
powder, one-half teaspoonful of soda
atnd one-halif tenaspootnful of salt. hilx
all the dry ingreients, add this creanm
in whIeh the sa04at hats been stirred.
Mix all together, addling one table
spoonful of siugar. Ilettt well and
spread it at sleet Iron haking pia tand
athake in a slow oven for atn hotr.
a Minced Lamb Sandwiches.-Tiake
two cupfuls of lean cooked latinth
chopped. ttdd two tablespoon fulls of
eapers ground with the nient, one
fourth of a teaspoonful of paprika,
one-hnif tenspoonful of d tay mustard
and one teatspoonfaul of satlt. Mix well
and spread on slices of bran or wholo
.9 whent bread whichi has been buttered.
I. Raisin Drop Cakes.-Take one-third
of it etipful of shortening, two eggs.
one Cupftlti of r'at isins, one cupfitl of
sugar, one tenspoonful of vanilli, one
-tcupful of tullk, two and one-ialf teat
spoonfuls of hatakinag powder, two cutp
fuils of orn flour ani a little stilt. Mix
tiand chtat, drrai 1by spoonftuls Ott ibakinag
shteet a nd hnk ie int htrt ovent.
F~rosting.-Take'; ir thro'ee aapt'uas of
''oanectionaer's sagnr a, onte wh'olae egg.
lthtr' t talersptoonifutls of rnta. Add
te .'tgta'ra to th' traiat iaugrr'dietts a
tittle tat a tirne. Siireadr ott ite cooarkieng
wahn nar'iy corldl.
Thae 1:r.v't at lthe sparintg,
Ther rnarnrr Is <new jra'rrteel,
Coat's ina hais htaen.~a
All's rinhat withi athe wa'rll.
l'Eotatra(s aaare a e'uatuniron froodu tupon
ou tbls ut irth ir'ageVi t'i e r
lar' I'l repare
- . Potato Soup.
'' salaiidi watr un-a
theaI thraught a r'in'r. Stirn' rane sinutli
runiron ant~r purt I ht it ta iat 't ut raijik
Irao sr'nhlI. I~atmove' liar nan.ira atnil mtial
Shen' l toii I he liarnaashed'r poataton. .\le'lt
r th're tttabb'Siaalu'tnfu rof btriltera, adrda
*twoa tabilasponjrtfuls rat irara, ranki fr
I rtiilr's, obi Ilit th ail k withI stalt
atnda peppeajr to 'ir' e, ht upi nte
Stuffed Potatoes.--''Tike six medn'imn-ta
sizedi irang taain tar's, bakecr tam ii nirae.
(Cuat a stir'. iro'na Ihe stair' o' reah
-seroop ratt i ithpotator, sr'ason it witha
, re'tam, sutl, tbuttr; hatl attli we'll
hr'ier'-l, Ibe l or'a caih I wh' itts rof two
r'eggs inaten'r utlil slTf Itetillrt skints
anti hakn lava' taa tr'n iters Ina a hit
aOvent. Th'ea ta to ttt ar'h sptr'inklr'd
wv ith chet'S' taia'ic, or' tar'sh 'y bef'rte
F ranconia Potatoes.--l'i larl: moar'es
atad r'ut hator taurt'a's, natrh'lal tenri
s mititens, drain ar anlalhtre tartamtal thae
rrunst a at ouatr befreiar sr'rvintg Itat..
sinste o'ften'i toa give te tatoe at 'S i'r'ch
laitnln hlltr'r paotaitoars if iilie'rnti atn
'atr'efulily ft'r'ad in btritr, kn'reping liar
aliee's whlarn,' Is a moast tallt'r'elle ana
n'!' ri' sn'r'liag 'ttt,
*eOokr'al Iii 'unet(lti' as atnea rlaritnS.as
Itfaragtls, ntr it sup lrtiatrrig ais rany
er'nsa soaupl, Wil.J matick a motist dlaintty
Cnnyrtet. 19a22. watan Nawanranae rUion.
caterrbai d isease4 IRWlI..
bealtby eirolation, ho s
wastes, tone up the DveTs 16 a
tie away aD 'esaen.
buildsup the utreegtb by
enabling the ergans eeneern.
odt e s~br4otheir work.
after protrcted sic a
attackef Griper Sm~ha
The Ideal 1edicine in ths
house for everyday ill.
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system
in order by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the
enemies of life and looks. In use sine.
1698. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for the name Cold Medal on etery box
and accept no Imitation
MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS
to sell "ltUIC-WllTlC" Wanhing Compound.
Washes clothe. snow white from ten to fit
on uinutee without rubbing. Finest prep
airatlin In the world for children's clotes
Big proit, big repeater. Mr. Fox. otihmond.
Va., titade 8900.00 last muonth; you can do as
well. Free Samples furnished. Full alse
package prepaid 26c stamps. Bettor secure
your torritry today. It insy be otne tono0
mw. Add. Factory No. 2. Sunshinoe Products
Co.. Inc.. P. 0. Iox 372. Newport News, Va.
Average Size of Farm.
Statistles on this subject vary from
year to year. The average size of a
farm in 1920 was 148.2 acres, as com
pared with 138.1 ares in 1910. The
avtrige aereage of limprov,ed land per
farin In 1920 was 78.6 acres, while In
1910 it was 75.2 acres.
Cutioura Soothes Itching Scalp.
On retiring gently rub spots of 'dan
driiiuf'and itching with Cuticura Oint
mant. Next morning shiampoo with
(titcurai Soap atid hot water. Make
them your euPryday toilet preparations
ind have a clear skin and soft, white
1iigh liviig often brings life to a
Sorrowl s grow bigger by nursing.
. -'' Sure Relief
24and 754 PaCkages. Everyhere
"that good kind"
Cliy it -and you,
will know why
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A pousl c..rd well bring it to you
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-Will redu-ce Inflamned,
-Strained, Swollen Ten.
dens, Liganments, or
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horse can be used. *2.50 bot
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structiona and interesting horse
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Hackett's Gape Cure
IT'S A POWDEIL AND INFAILIIIE
The dctks inhale the dust. Kills the worm
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Depart natn H -- * Ililsoro, Md.
WantRed Ydung Men to Learn
Best college in the South. Write
Charlotte Barber College, Charlotte,N.C.
W. N. U.. C HA R LET TE "hN. 1O..1922.