Newspaper Page Text
CRANGE OF LIFE
Proof That Lydia E. PinMiam's
Vegetable Compound is of Great
Help at This Period
Metropolis, Illinois.-"I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound ano it is all it
claims to be and.,has
benefited me won
derfully. I had been
eick for eight months
with a trouble which
confined me to my
. :q bed and was only
able to be up partof
the time, when I was
advised by a friend,
Mrs. Smith, to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound and Liver Pills. I was so much
benefited by the use of these medicines
that I was able to be up and about in
two weeks. I was at the Change of Life
when I began taking the medicines and
Ipassed over that time without any
trouble. Now I am hole and hearty, do
all my housework , washing, ironing,
scrubbing, and cooking, all there is todo
about a house, and can walk two or
three miles without getting too tired. I
know of several of my neighbors who
have been helped by your medicines. "
Mrs. EatMMA CULVER, 706 E. 7th St.,
Depend upon Lydia E. Pinkham'sVeg
table Compound. Nervousness, irrita
ility, heat flashes, headache and dizzi
tess, are relieved by this splendid med.
"Cutting teeth is made easy"
The Infanta' and Children'. Regulator
At all druggists
Oakland, Nebr., Feb. 28, 1920
Anglo-American Drug Co..
I am more than glad to tell you
of the experience and result obtained
froml your wonderful Babty Medicine.
Our second haby is now seven months
old and1( has never given us at muoment's
totiule. The first ga oly tinie s
has ever taken was Mrs. Witnslow's
Syrup. She has four teeth and is at
wa+ys smiling and playing. Culling
tolth is ,made easy by the use of Mrs.
W\ inslow's Syrup. Most sincerely.
(Name on request)
ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO.
215-217 Fulton Street. Now York
Gen. Sellinp Aien:t,: Iarold F. Ritchi,& Co.,no.
Nerv York, Toronto, Loudon, Sydney
Q ~ MPOUND
For Eczema, Rheumatism,
Gout or Hives
Expensive health resorts sought by thou
santis, have grown arount spuings contain
hlancock Sulphur Compound, utilizing the
.secret of the famious healing waters, makes
it possible for you to) enjoy Sulphur ihs in
your own home, and at a uiominat cost.
Sulphur. Nature's best blood puarlijer, Is
prepairc d to make its use most efficacious In
Hancock Sulphur Compound
lUse It in the hath, as a mulon applied to
affected pa is, andi take it Int ernally.
60c and $1.20 the bottle.
-na:m e and aress and th i I stesnn
anad we will senld you a bottle direct.
HANCOCK fLioUID SULPHUR
Itailtunre MJ. ________
lb.me &ithur Compeu~uind
m~,2 .in 5r-fer ung udIh e n
in New York City alone from kid-.
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
T'he world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles,
Hiolland's National Remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sizes.
Look for the name Cold Medal en every box
and accept no imitation
Your Hair orsre= Ll
utleluly revIve It amd bring bmek al its origial
for granutd ,
Avoid powerful '
The Velvet Touch
Soap 25c, OaItment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c,
BRIEF NES NOTES
WHAT HAS OCCURRED DURING
WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN.
TRY AND ABROAD
EVENTS Of IMPORTANCE
Gathered From All Parts Of The
Globe And Told In Short
1rench troops replacing the Anitr
can army of occupation on the Rhine
are untider the orders of Major Gen
eral henry T. Allen, the Aterican
cornlandling officer, according; to an
official announcemnent from the head
(quarters at 'oblenz received at I'aris:.
The notn-aggression trite pact was
Iinanimlotsly adopted at a plenary
meeting of the political sub-con iiis
sion of the Genoa conference. The
paet was not signed, but was a iopted
in t(e fort of a resolution, each state
pledging itself to respect it. The pact
conitatins six clattses.
Mle. Suzanne Siverorys, daughter
of Jitdge Siverornits, of the ielgian
oilrt, of cassation, was recentlV
married to henry W. Alcott Fuairnam,
Jr.. son of Prof. Henry Walcott Far
name of Yale university, at lirussels.
The groom's witnesses were Ambassa
dot 'letcher and I resident Emerit us
Artht' Twining iiadley of Yale, while
the witnesses for the bride were Pail
Van leseghen, president of the court
of e'assation, and forner Prem ier Car
ton de Wiart. King .\lbert sent his
(onigra tuilat ions.
A disastrous fire swept the historic'
hospital of Santo Spirito, one of the
most anlcieti and picturl esiute clhariit a
ble institutions of itome. Italy. the oth
er day. (Colapse of the pavement iso
lated the c-hroni c ward. Sixteen bodies
have been extricated frot the iur n
A wa1I of water tmany flet high
swept thlrot-l Nicola. ii. ('.. the otler
mornling when the dam11 hlolding.: hacks
water for the Nicola lake stock fatrmt
gave way under t h pire i of flood
waters. The Nicola river rose thirty,
feet in less tihan twenty tuinutes, ae
(otinl g to estimates. It is not known
whether any lives were lost.
King (onstatint e of (reeve has re
(ltuested I retnier CounarlisI to form a
now calintt to sutceed tie Stralos
ministry whichli will quit. The political
crisis has arisen over the near east
sittaltion anli the great need of ("reece
I ondon reports that the dutke of
i\latrlorough is reportetl seriously ilt of
sciatica at Hibenheima castle.
Euilogio (Gillo, ar1cishop of Oa xauca,
who was expected to be appointed the
first Mlexican ca dIia.j died rectlly
froin bronchitis at Ejiutla, taxa ca.
Arimy court -mtiua l ItrialIs of Amri -
can Iisoldier~t iln ianc i on'1)1c t-h-ges of
Cf )11 ca t rtnme-c wer-e dec-lar ted to be
'"itnconstitittial"' by Se-nator Thomtias
E-. W\atsot, of Geor-gia. in the Sotnat t.
Watison lspcificalIly citairged t hat ta pt.
Ito1)ser A.-i~ Aa on1, of GAeorgia, no11w
servWintg ai 20-year i sonl 101rm foillow
ig (convi'iction)1 fotr ntrzdr' by a cout
mar1it ial, wais beinug imphrisoned iilegalI
St eel mat facturirts ini confertene
at tilt white htouse with P'resident
Ha11rtdig aplproved itn princi pie the
presidenit 's sutggest iotn for- tiht abol0it ion
of the 12 - htotur w~ork dhay. Th'Ie forty
tone repIresentlautit iC laders of t he in
dustriy wvho wvere pr-esent tnanimttously
adiopted a iresohition aluthioiingi. the
pres idet0 of th Ameir icant Steel anld
I ron ist Itute to natme a coimitt ee
or five to iiatke a sclinitik and eanre
futIl itivest igat ion of thle matter' amtd to
Representtaion motf thle PUnitedi St atIes
oin thie replariat ions comm issoni wats
itrged by> thle chlam itbetr of comnitlt' of' 1
he U itedoc Sitaites in a resol 11 lnl
adopied at its tenth amnual lmeeing.
Thie recsolutlion (let-iarted "th lat allI nee
essary meacfsurtes, lneludlitg apprioval
1)y conlgress, shiouldl be taken spe'd
Thle settate sublcommiiiitteec on inill
Iarny appriopriatIIons resumed11( its ('on1
siderat Ion of its ainual w"ar depairt
mitiit sutpply ill witht the htope of ani
e'arly3 comipletin of detaiils of the
aglrement, reQach'ed, to fix thle maxl
main straength of Ithe armyii3 alt 10,000
mten and ant average of 1 2,5; offi
ccirs for the ntext year'.
Total gold r'eserve's ais repor'ted by
the t welve federal reserve ba nks foi'
the1 w~teek ending May' 17. were $;:,05,
143,tt000. F-or' the latst week t hey to
hdaed $3.005.294.000. F-or- te ('orres
Pending wtec-k in 1921 endintg May3 I8,
they wt-re $2.378,90f1,000.
('oal operattors were r'e'enltly given
hniplied threNatls by3 thie governmltent that
only3 by3 honiest ('0-operatlion to keep
tdown Ilrofit (eriig In thie lnditstry cani
they sltave off governtmentI ownernship
of the mnas. Opteraltors~ whoit lake aid
vantIage oif thle hiitum i notis sik ae to
boost pr'ices to consumer Cls gtener'a11y
htave beent ad vised thlat thliey w-ill lhe
Wor-king algailist t heir own inlterest s.
Thri-at of an litrntitlonal t aiit war
hot weeni Frzan(e and taIhe U nitod S tailes
withI the tdrastile Iinjury'3 t) A lnericant
whent Demtocrtat s renew ed t-il' ana1:ctk s
uiponl thlit McI umb1erot taift hill.
Any3 quiest ion of the reenani tin oIf
the United Staties of thle Ilissian so
vilet govenmen t lies bey'ond the' timei
when restoratlion of prodt)IitivIt y iln
Rutssla shatll hlave been1 set in1 mot1Ion
by that coutryt- itself, accordinug to
outline of the aittltude of the Amleican
Charles Adamson, of Cedartown;
Clark Greer, of Augusta, and Doctor
Kirkland, of Savannah. Georgia Re:
publicans, are in Washington meet
ing with State Chairman Philips and
national Republican leaders, including
Attorney General Daugherty, urging
appointment of A. L. Franklin, solicit
or general of the Augusta circuit, to
the vacancy on the bench recently
caused by the death of Judge Beverly
The "Brown Mountain Lights," so
weird for years they were believed to
be supernatural, have been proved by
government investigation to be of nun
(ane origin. Brown mountain is in
Murke and Caldwell counties, North
Carolina. About ten years ago the
more superstitious folk within sight of
the mountain were startled by the ap
pearance of core llights on a plateau,
''ie new bishops elected at the 19th
(utadreinnial conference of the Method
i(:t Ipiscopal church, South, in ses
pion at I)atllas. Texas, are Dr. J. E.
Diickey of Griffin. Ga.; Dr. \V. II.
lleau('itamtip of Nashville, Tenn.; Dr.
Saun It Ilay of I louston, Texas; Dr. H.
\l. )obbs of Anniston, Ala., and 1)r.
Hiram A. lloaz of Dallas. Texas.
A warrant from Oklahoma, charging
Ludie E. Kinney with bi.gany, was
servel by by former Sheriff Buck
(hrrett of Carter county. Oklahoma, at
iouston. Texas. 1- is wife, Mlrs. Opal
I)elana Kinney-nee, Opal Roxroat,
heiress-who mysteriously disappeared
last january, was unable to stand when
the warrant was served. She was suf
fcring from injuries received in an au
toilobile wreck about two weeks ago.
Returns received recently on the
vote cast at recent primary for the
republican nomination for governor,
gave CGifford I Iinchot a lead of 9,456,
with 284 distriets missing. Alter
carried Pll iladelphia and Allegheny
'Tlhe gelelal ('olference of the Meth
oist l-:piscopal church, south, In ses
sion at Ilot Springs, Aria.. voted, after
siharp debate, to "-go all the way'' in
the mat tr of t proplosed unification
with thE' M1el hod1ist KI iscopal church,
and autloizeid appointment of a com
toission, witt liberty of action, to ne
gotiate with a sittilar commission of
the northert branch.
lvery husband is entit led to his
Iis breakfast, and it is his wife's
duty to go;- it. "We were married in
1917,'' hiarry Shringler told Supremc
Court Justice 1llenelict, "andl she has
not got breakfast for me more than
twenty times since then." Shringler
Was given separation.
AMrs. Jane flowly, who served the
(onlfedheracy t tuing the cIvil war~ at
a dispatcIt bearer, died at her slum
tmer home at Asbury Park, N. J., it
her 19;hd year.
''hose who hate to ';Ct 'ut of hed it
the morning needn't ('( it. The latest
1ini lg in bedls, described at Atlantic
City, N. -J., at the National Electric
Light a ssociatI ion ('onvet ion, has at
tachmeno'its for heat padls, lights, a fat
andl for a grill to cook breakfast o.
Fhea t hahby's bottIle.
After' talking five ballots whichl re
sitedl in the election of four of the
five blishops to be0 named at tIs time
thle in eteenthI (ttundrenil collier
ence of thle Methiodirt Episcopa
C'hutrchi, Southl, at Hot Springs, Ark.
recessed. The next ballot of the elpis
colt elections w'll take pllace at
later timle. The men01 elected bishopt
are Drz. 3. 10. Dickey of Griffin, Ga.
Dr. W. Ii. leattchiamip of Nashv~Ille
TIennt. ; D)r. Saml R. Hay of Hiotuston
Te'xas, and1( Dri. 1. M.l Dobbs1) of An
Fotur per'sons ar'e kniown' to hanvo
bieenio drown~edl and( fotur others iro
Iported imissinug followig the collat 5
of the lailin-Hoeltonl (Texas) brnidge
Il've mie west of Alarlin over th<
Th''Ie inew htigh prices of cot toil show
anl advaiice of imore than11 SS a liah
over~ the olose of a week ago a nd fron
$21 to $23 at bale1 over the low lev'eh
oif last Alarchl.
An e'vein dozen pr'et ty mod~xels-liv(
onies-areo to be star attractions at tho
annuitalI con vetion of the Tri-State Funi
eral D)irectors' Association at Memt
Director Forb'les oIf the veterans' but
r'att annottnces t hat Priden(I it H arid
ing hiia apprioved buret p'lans)111 for for
It is annitouniced ait Mempht~is. Tenn.
that plains for Ilurtchase by3 ti'e gnv
Olrnmient oIf thie Methiodist hosplial ha ve
boon appriiovedi by President H-a rding
Trwo Iiter tts wvere ser'iouisly bune~d
and al prloperty loss of $75,000 resulted
at 3irmnilnham, Ala., whleni exptlosioni
of a gasoline tank sot fire to the plant
of thle Uirmlinghiam Buggy compatny.
Charniges of accepltinig a brilbe d -ing
his term of office against Gov. Sid.
noyV Catts (of F'lorida, returned moire
than a year~ ago, were dismlissed! when
Circuit Jundge Long, sitting at Lake
Btitler', Fla.. stusttainedl a defense mo-~
tion that the indictmtent he quashed.
Lady Anstor caused thin ears of somle
Chicago society womienl to burn't w~hien
she htad her~ say in that (ity' abiout
wiomen~l who atOtend piize fights anid
keep their hlusbands workitng olvetmlue
to keep tul "soC)ialI ovei'head."'
Tlhie D urthamil (Coa1 and Iiron comn
hany amtonne101 ired tat the minies at
G raysv ille, Tlennm., wihichl had beeti idle
forl the past1 yearti, w1outld be placed
int opera lti at ottce it order to meet
diemiandis for coal fr'omt northern and
Prtobia bly 5,000 homeless refutgees
will lbe added to the 60.000 ailreOady
mladle htotmeless, or ot her'wise seriously
affected by the floods, as a result of
ithe breaks in the levee on Bayotu Des
GIn ses. near Hamubttrg, La., accorditig
to estintes by Red Cross r'efugee
Copyright, 1022, Western Newspaper UnioL
"Life, lot us cherish while yet the
And the fresh flow'et pluck ere it
Why are we fond of toil and care?
Why choose the rankling thorn to
MORE GOOD THINGS
A most appetizing salad and one very
appropriate for picnic occasions is :
Herring and Po
one cupful of her
" ' ring cut in dice,
three cupfuls of
cooked diced po
atoes, one tea
spoonful of onion
julie, two table
spoonfuls of minced green peppers,
four talespoonfuls of olive oil, three
tablespoonfuls of vinegar, a dash of
paprika and a few grains of salt.
Make a French dressing of oil and
vinegar and let the fish and potato
stand in it for an hour. Then comn
bane the fish, potato and pile the lmix
ture upon the platter, surrounded with
shredded cabbage mixed with a salad
dressing. Sprinkle with chopped green
peppers ald garnish with whole her
Turban of Smoked Salmon.-Take
one and one-fourth cupfuls of niinced
smoked salinon, three-fourths of a cup
fl of soft bread crumbs, four table
spoonfuls of butter, pepper, two eggs,
one tablespoonful of minced parsley
and a few drops of onion juice. Soak
the salmon to remove the excess of
salt, then uinice tine. Cook the crumbs
and milk together to a smooth paste,
add butter, parsley and a few drops
of 01101n juice and turn over the fish.
Beat the egg yolks, add to the tmixture
and fold in the stilfly beaten whites.
'turn into a ring muold, surround by
bioilimng water and bake until firm,
about twenty-five minutes. Unfold and
till the center with well-seasoned string
beans and serve with a cream or egg
Fish Batter Cakes.-Take one-half
cupful of shredded codtish, one cupful
of pastry flour, two-thirds of a cupful
of water, two egg yolks, one-half table
'A4onful of muelted butter and two egg
whites. Freshen the fish. Put the
flour into a bowl, add the water, grad
ually heating well, than the codtish.
Beat the yolks, add, then add the
stliTly beatenmi whites. Add the muelted
butter and drop by tablespoonfuls In
to hot fat. Ilave the fat hot enough
to browni a cube of bread in sixty sec
The best portion of a good man's
life-his little, nameless, unreiembered
acts of kindness."
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT
A tasty dish, if well cooke-d, is
brolled or pan-broiled calf's heart.
ICut it In thin slices, anld
if' to bc pani-broiil'd, atdd
ai little buttter ; cook well
on both sides, spreaid
gencarously with butler,
season w-itha salt and~ pep
lper, and serve hot. If
broiled, cover with but
ter as it Is placed on thie
Brown Fricassee of Sheep's Tongues.
-Take four- sheep's tongues, wash
and cover- with btollng water, then
sinier for two hours, Cool tand r
naove thae skin, cut In halves le'ngthi
wise, sprinkle wIthl salt and lpepper
andit put away in a cold place until
th(le next daay. Rtoll(lie tongaues in
flour, fly in butt(er wIth a little onion
tint ii a ii-l brown. Add floutr to the
pan.fl after ireiov ig the mneat (w~lithI
s-oaae tof lhe stock in which t he tongue
w ats cooked) to ptreparie thle gravy;
5teasoni well wIthI salt, pepp~er tand a
little lertnn juice,. Serve with boiled
r-le, all1 pipIng haot,
Oatmeal Date Cakes--Take one
cuplfual of sugar, twto-thirdIs of a cup
ful of shortening, two't eggs, one-half
Cuplfuli of souir milk, one cupful of
Chopiped dte~tLs, oneC tensp)oonful each
of einnitaimn iatd sodai, one-fourath of
a t-aispoonfuli of niutmieg, one-furthi
of a teaspoonful of lemon r'ind, one
and( onet-half telaspotonfuls 'f salt, one
four'th teaspoonful of cloves, one cup
ful of walnut meats, two cupfuls of
rolled oats and two andl one-half culp
fails of 11lour.' Mix and draoi by- tea
spoon~tfuls5 on at btttered shet. If the
rohleld oats are brownted slightly in
the oveni, then gr-ound, (lhe enaktes w-ilh
lbe more tasty and w'htolesomie.
Fruit and Nut Filling for Cake
Tauke onte cupfuil of ruaisinus 'a ad one.
halif cupfuil of nuts ch'loppetdt and1
mixed1, one-hatlt' cupful 01f sihr'edded't
coconut, and one egg while, .\ix well
and addi to the eg~ whlit e. Spretad
over the cnke a layer of Jel~'-, t
hplt Onl the filling. Frost nad tdecoate
withl halves of walnuts,
can of lpiieale iaind onet-haal i lomtiI
of mnarshmiallowvs; sonak IIlth . *'ulahmal
lows in the pineappl~lle jiui''t 1hnti sort.
,Juist before servinmg add~t one-hlf i lin at
oif wh'ilpedl crieami and t' pinepplle
cut In hIts. Chili and serve.
Honey Angel Cake-- Si-in o~n anl
onie-hanlf Cuplfutls of flourji four' t imes.
atdt One' tealsp~oInful ofr u''amh of ftir
tat- and slft agatln. Betat the- whl,' of
e'lev-en eggs until stilT. mit ,nei
one-hal f culpfl of lhlney. he''at lI ght
13', addt flouir andi h'eat unhtil it is put
Into the pan. Bake In a oderI-ate
WARNING! Say "Bayer"
Unless you see the name
not getting genuine Aspirin
over 22 years and proved s:
Accept only "Bayer" package v
Handy "Dayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Adpirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manuta
Wards Off Malaria and R
If not sold by poar drugglat. writ.
Lizard Skin Leather.
The island of Ceylon, which sent
peacocks, monkeys and baby elephants
to King Solomon, for that monarch's
zoo, is remnarkable for a varied and
interesting fauta. One of the oddest
of its animals is a huge lizard, called
the cabrogoya, which attains a length
of four and one-half feet.
The cabrogoya is a very handsome
reptile, beautifully marked, and its
skin when talned al'ffords a tough
leather of excellent wearing quailty
and waterproof. It is used for mak
ing wotnen's shoes aind, with the idea
of introdncing it in this country for
that purpose, specinen hides have re
cently been sent to our Department of
Comnerce by the Amerclan consul at
He Was Two of a Kind.
The marine wias six feet five inches
in height, and the quartermaster ser
geant at 'arls Island was a bit wor
ried for fear he would be unable to
find a uniforit to tit him .
"You sure are a whopping big ma
rine," he sail at lIst. "I'll bet your
father and mother were giants."
"Nope," said the husky. "Father
was a little guy, only live feet four.
and mother only cattle up to father's
"That's odd-very odd!" commnented
the Q. o. low do you account for
your huge size?"
"Well, sarge." explained the husky.
"just between(' you anld te I think I'mi
lie faces posterity as a great figure
of rich genius and honest purpo~se, a
p)urpose occasioinally obsecured by th~e
force oif imna~ltioin and thle Irresist
. lble promptings of humor ; weighing
mankind in a gloomty balance, but not
wvithmout htote; antd biequaeanthing to us
rich and various treatstres of lit era.
ture, whleh may well survivs', if any
thing survlves.--Lordl Rosebery.
"Eggs are cheaper thlan thes-y have
been in years."
'"Yes, I know it ;my henis are lay
.. Hot water
25t and 754 Packages, Everywhere
For CROUP, COLDS,
INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA
Mother, should keep a Iar of Brame's vapomentha
Salve convenIent. When Croup. Influenzra or Pneu
monla threatens thiis dehigbtful slve ruboed well Into
the throat, chest and under the armo, wsil relIere the
chokIng. break congestIon and promote restlul sleep.
WI-l 110 57Alti Tur Cwoifs
30e, 60c, and $1.20 at aDs ll r . or est prepallI $
Dramie Drug Co. N. Wilkesboro, N. Co
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 2..122
M (Vege t
I Liver N
when you buy Aspirin.
Bayer" on tablets, you are
ri prescribed by physicians
ife by millions for
go Pain, Pain
rhich contains proper directions..
Liso bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists,
cture of bionoaceticaeidestor of Salierlicacid
Not Only For +
Chills and Fever
But a Fine General Tonic
estores Strength. Try It
LuIhtw PsisrA Co.. LoulayWl., K,.i
The Safest Plan.
"How did the erfnlial evade the d'.
tective so long?" "Why, he rented a
roomn in the saine flat with himl."
Freckles Positively emoved
by Dr. Berry's Freckle Ointment, givingt beautiful
complexion. Your drugsist or by maill65c; send for
free bookle t. Dr. C. H. Berry Co., 2975 Michigan Ave., Chicago t
DAISY FLY KILLER A CE A YHRM
ALL FL.IES. Neat,
L Sclcn~onnmnta co enient e tal n.i
rcn . ca' t
tip over ; will not soi
r z... dri... r by 3 c n f
tAROL boMElt, 160 Do Kalb Avo., Droo N. X.
Travel by Sea
BALT N1OR .......M n. hur.i 4:00a P. fM
Meas ad rthincude onjray Steamnr.
Merhats& Mnesaran. Ci~cio.
A.E otr .ANorfolk
Measanch rt F inhludenStaer
Antghuics Cattl orin Sainte
Mercll hean &hainernss ranst Ctate
A.r E. N ortrln. A.SouhCrolkn n
GCrgac Fsfr, & ic..lokvlo N.
lii.EAN AIL I SAND O I cleTansanting
Excelhenie yt n o th. es Alry oiPrcnu pact
i r-uftal rt e prce ltA tthrn s spc tti.
10LTO S.\LYAvo. .6 SR1Ni,0. ow. Ca
AdWsoungtlen o Sler
Besir 't coll i n thet r S n. outh.i' ritenan
Cho aott arer tCleg, MCalo e N. C.
SBeaut oirta ndFed Hutra
qjj i.e0ext e oLi teuN.
use tct. , sto-i ps i anl: l y pai ' itres ic c t il
Stliyta ~s' ~t'ti atl i" .tu::Mdtet i..iiii..iu
pcelt.liii 1W(n3aa ftrltim. ),o Na i
orn z a.'ti~ ii d' sa f Lvottivagte tit .
itr Aiyliu..tt r U G Hl ind(IT tt itr r
a le)ii a t ta ahfrtelvenai-.Oio
o. ial -ile -a 2 1hC. .I. liiagePC
180lA A IANi) OPceas:nvtia