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THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN
HHOR f LOCAL ITEM; Mrs. J. R. Yates died at tin K s:er Mill Monday morning d-atli being due to cancer of tin si maeh lut-rment was rnadi atOhest..ut Hill yesterday morn ing • J. R. Lentz, one of the goot citizens living on rural route No 5, was iu town Saturday and paic The Watchman office a pleasau1 call. Mr. Lentz met with t slight accident a few days ago While unloading some logs thf cud of one struck a stick which caiue down on his foot with con sid -rable force and bruised it con siderably and gave him much pain. Our good friend, 0. W. Har rington. of the vicinity of Organ Church, was in the city Friday. Besides being au expert repairer of s wing machines, Mr Hurling t „ is all kinds of a good fellow . vVa are indebted to him for a nice lot d apples and grapes Friends iu this city and com munity will '..•urn with regret o! th-death -f .Jmin l) '.lu.dson in M uroe Mo.ofay umrtiiiig. Mr. ]i • aids m is we:t rom-'inh red as having been o mm- ' -i with tin ruili'i ad In in- Du ith onus sud d-ulvaud t ie i-iuu-diat. • cause is nut known. I lie Building and I, in A sou. a; inn hut I is sn- u. nmei i t.g Monday. Ail ml lii • *m w -re m eln-- -il us W'-rn a s i t m dir . -I, ie, with the exception of W H. huimuersett wh > ii is left fch" city. H iu Whitehead K iutz has r< turii- d from a ten days' stay at At-antic City wh re he delivered a;, addree- eiore the Y. M C. A " " _.ctz has uiade addresses at place on similar occasions i.ee siccessive years aiid lm each time elicited Sfeeptionuliy favorable c . truneut. d Home Mission Board ot the Luth ran Synod of the ..-.Is met m Salisbury yesterday. The Board is composed of Rev. v‘ ... itterson, D. D., Judge M '.er, Y. Y. H -/.er, and J&, < o.. B. G, Outlaw and M.ss Alice lie Davidson, b th fornperiy of Salis* , were married in Richmond, | a t week. r 'orrih-r, a splendid citi zen of the county, is now' collect ing for the Reams-Joues Furni ture Company, 108 South Main street. Mr. Oorriher is a wide awake, enterprising man, and the Reams-Jones Company is fortu nate in securing hi= services, 'he neet; gs which have been dieted bv “Railroad Jim” fifin' Sp&ucw f r the past week, will close ■ ;ght with an address by Rev R. L. Davis, State Superintendent of the Anti Saloon League. New Advertisements This Week. Geo. W. Wright, the fur ! niture dealer and undertaker, has a change of advertise ment in this week’s papei ‘ which may be of interest tc many of our readers. Mr. I Wright is the old reliabh 4n t*mf n,.Q rl nn 111,. /, (' Cnli 1 ey, but asks and deserves your patronage, Keid’s Department Store i; i now located at 104 Soutl f Main Street, is ready for bus 1 iness and invites your patron age. An advertisement ii this paper will give you fur ther information. V. Wallace & Sons, th reliable clothing dealers am men’s furnishers are olferim some great big bargains a very little prices. You eai save money by taking advan tage of the sale now in prog ress there. We have bee there and know whereof w speak. Attack Like Tigers. In fighting to keep the bloo pure the white corpuscles attac disease germs like tiger?. Bi often gerinH multiply so fast th | little fighters are overcome ! Then see pimples, boils, eczenu Balt rheum and sores multipl I aid strength and appetite fai Th'g condition demands Eleotr. Bitters bo regulate stomach, livi and kidneys and to expel pcisoi from the blood. “They are *1 best blood purifier,” writes C. 4 Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., 1 have ever found ” They mal rich, red biood, strong nerves at build up yourflhealth. Try ther 60c at all druggists. I LAW ENFORCEMENT. , A Report of Rev. Davis' Address Here Sunday Larg: Crowds Hear Him. Rev It L Davis spoke to a large audience on Sunday after noon in the court house and Sun day night at- the First M, E. Church on L ,w Enforcement. Although he was slow and delib erate, he kept the audience inter ested from start, to finish. Surely, Mr. Davis takes a very sensible view of the situation. He says that law enforcement, and that alone, can break up trusts, stop murder and stop graft,. Don’t wo need it? Our Savior Believed in law enforce ment, and He is our pattern. His was a life of perfect syotem and order, used dai'v for the good of all mankind, but never for evii to any one. Can any Chris tian ho less than true to his Mas ter? to Him, who gave his life, and yet lives today to protect, bless and save all who believe in Him? Mr. Davis says that “if yon want, any law respected you must enforce all. That law enforce m -lit is rh • duty of very citizen beciu ehis > ath vh.dg-s him to it, and tit ref.)re hj has no al ternative “ Tiie cnt;a,\. uce of • Very eitizi.i tells him that blind tigers, ciub r nuns ir any place where intoxicating . iqu rs are S)ld and drunk as a beverage, are e urces 1 evil t i in ...nriud. “N > ■ nan -iiveth u.itr« hum-il,” gaiih e I - • • r ■ i A c c > • r 1 t the !>ibl“, U d, the Fnth- . i all good, mis wi : d an influi uce to every man wlucu accompanies him daily, regardless of his will in thc mattor. N w as to the using of that influence for the tearing u of the ivii and the building , f the good, is for each man icide for himself, knowing . sooner or later, he will face G A ’.o holds the record of his ch will stand for the evil or for the goud What shall the record be? iui. mi oubu usinsbiu, Christian gentleman. He has the good of our people upon his heart. He says the way the citi zen should enforce law is to urge and encourage the' officers to do their duty to G. d and man, that .VPi'T citizen should refuse to patreuzn clubs and hUnd tigere.! That of itself would close them. Mr. Davis urges further that the citizen should work to secure the “search and seizure” law, and the-national anti-jug law, which he predicts for the near future. Since we see the prosperity and happiness of the fanner alone, under the law of prohibition, let us urge the citizen to lay diwu every weapon that upholds the eyil, and, in God’s uaui , close up all the leakages where the evil creeps out. May t!: i day s~on cans when as one mighty army of G d fear ing citizens, we shall willingly and gladly sing : “Swing wide the gates, and let the King of Glory come in. ” Mrs, B YV. IIatchek, State Pr ss Supt. for W. C. T. U. THE TOWN THAT PUSH BUILT VIII.—The Up to Date Jeweler L l r t 1 i e a k np HiS is the jeweler who needed % 1 Some boots and shoes an: 9 wisely heeded What he was told by the shoe man’s ac And went and bought the best he had And paid with the hardware merchant y bill - , | Which came from the furniture dealer till, ^ Where it went when the clothing deal ir er bought IS From the dry goods man, which th e butcher got i From the grocer who had settlemen ~ made 1 With the money the honest workma IP paid. ^ p.S.-The localdcalerwho’s up tosnu£ ' j Will always advertist bis ttvff COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE Ilyins of Inferost in Virious Neighborhoods Sent1H by Our Friends. I:W“ Wh do not print art tides not signed byssihe auth or’s real name. FALTil. J recently vis'ted the Nazareth Orphan's II me, and J. H, Moose, the treasurer, showed me all over it. Rev. J. Bell, the superinten dent, has everything in fine shape. The fifth anniversary will he held August 10th, These events are always largely attend ed. The large grove has beer put i'j nice shape and everything looks beautiful all around about the place. Earnhardt, Cauble & Co,, threshed 63 bushels of oats in eighteen minutes, Lee Earnhardt band cutter, and A. M. Misen heimer was feeder. If any one can beat that trot out your machine. .1. T. Wyatt shipped three car loads curbing since Saturday. The wife of William Wyatt is very ill. IL>r rec very is not ex pected. Young lady at George Basin ger’s, July 13th, 1911. L recently visited Daniel Eagle, Gideon Eagle and James Mo ll irabs. They all have good : arms of their own. They are granite workers. Besides their farm they all have plenty of ev erything a farmer usually has. There is room along on the gran ite belt for a great mauy more families to settle down, live good, and have plenty. We had a fine shower Mundav evening. Venus PUMPKIN VALLEY. July 31.—Tin rain which was bo badly needed h is set. in at last and it is hoped by all that it will continue until tilings are well watered. Corn, cotton and vege tables are almost all burned up and the old farmers are talking of next, year being the toughest yerr since the civil war. There will be public programme rendered at t,ho Lutheran Churcn of Kaith n -xt, Sunday night by the Ladi's’ Miusi nwrv Society Ail are cordially invited to at tend and enjoy the programme which the good ladies have pre pared, but don’t forget to bring pocket books well lilled for the society expects you to help them carrv on the ; >od work by giving them on'1 ,,f t.h > larg-st collec tions ev r give i on such au occa sion. There - is an ice cream supper given at L 0. McOomb’s last Saturday night. aud all present reported having a v< ry good time. Gold Knob and 11 ickwell cross ed bats on the latter’s gr ,und lust Saturday evening. The game was well played and was into;fist ing from start to finish. Peeler pitched for Gold Knob and tin 1 fleck well boys were unable to nui.l e the curves which v. is ju.viried around them. Any one who basil t, got any watermelons to eat and wishes a good old time m<-68 j nit call m the writer. He carried up thirty at one time in a sack and il they give out there are some smallei ones left in the patch. Faith and Rosier Mill !>a ball teams crossed bats on ti- la ter’.j diamond last Saturday oven ing. The game was fast ant snap >y and ad pres, ut said f was one of the mist intereatiuf and exciting games they had seel this season. This was tho firs time some of the Faith boys hat been on the ground in three years but, they showed.the suiiie bvnv ery and winning de; erminati i that they used to possess, a < t ley came <■ ut, vict 'linn * m i end. The “rooters” from Fuitl showed their loyaP ■'t > th t.-ui by giving yells an.; sue uragiu the players when an opportunit; presented itself 1 The Faith t oim deserves houo • and congratulate ms for the hat j ting they did. They were face by a go d pitcher, hut he was hi s hard ad through the game i ■ spite oi his good pitching. Ruljt Peeler, Faith’s lest field or, batted the ball clear cut c 1 the ground ov-r s man’s boust i and w is able to make a home ra without, aiiy trouble at all. Fait r has one of the fastest infields tbs it ever had and they showed u I I fine on the field. I Cheer up hoy-’, practice a few I times and gef in trim, and you lean hold yonr own with any team ! in this part of the state. Cour age and determination is what it takes to win and old Faith is noted for that. The scire: Faith 7, Kjsler Mill 5. Battery for Faith: Stirewalt and Stirewalt. PANTHER CREEK. July 31.—We are in need of rain very much. Corn is look ing very had in our section, A.W. File and family, of Spencer, recently paid his father, Eli C . File, a visit. He fouud himiu'very feeble health, He was born January the 18fh, 1828,, and is now 83 years old. He was a Confederate soldier. A. W. and C. A. File spent, part, of Saturday in High Rock, a station on the Southbound, near Bringle’s ferry. They speak highly of High Rock. They say there is considerable enterprise about the place. It is situated on the oast side of the Yadkiu river and has good water power for manufacturing purposes. High Rock has a iurnber plant, a foundry and a repair shop. Morgan Bros, are doing a good business at High Rock. Mr. Bush is doing business at, that place. They are all suooes ful merchants. J. E. D. File and family, of near High Rock., visit'd Mr. File’s father, Eli 0. File, Sunday last. ORGAN CHURCH. August 1.—There was a mag c lantern show at Organ Church Saturday night., given by the Field Missionary of the Lnthfrrsm Chureh, Rev C. 1. Morgan. ' large crowd was in attendance and the occasion was much en joyed by all presont. Thera will be a big day at. the Klutti! school house on Saturday. August the 12t!i. There will be a ball game in t.he afternoon which will be of much interest to all who are interested in such things. The old school house will then be; sold to t.he hij^st bidder. rlii_;j4 will also ho an ice cream, lemon ade and box supper at night. All the proceeds of which will go towards painting the new school house. We thank Uncle Bill very much for his dream, hut we wish t-> say that wo had f blewed his advice about two wanna before we had hoard it. Mission day was observed at Organ Church last Sunday. The exorcises consisted of music and addreses by several young men. Rev, Morgan made a very inter esting tr.'k in the m-Ti iug on the need of missionary . spirit, whicn was listened to with great pleas ure by ail good people present, after which dinner was served in | the grove. After an intermission of an hour and a quarter the o .ui giogatiou again assembled and j hoard Rev, Trexler make another Ig' .dtalk on missions,, which 5 was followed by other addresses by f,w young men Wo wore til sod with a n nch needed ran recently. Columbus. H. U, Gnibb's Residence Binned. TU« ind me country home o( H 0. tJ -ub in Davidson county was destroyed by fire yesterday about mi m, t ie fire originating . I from a defective flue in tin | kitchen . t'he house caught, fire wbii I dinner was being prepared am was sotn'a mass of debris. Mr, [ Grubb was at home at the tinx , and whs able to save gomt of hi [ h usehold furniture. His horses It* 'tie and automobile were ats( [saved. The less is estimated a | several thousand dollars, iucind ina the dwellmc?, the barn and tin , 1 private school house. 3 r Pensions tor All. r Washington, D C., July 81 — ■ A pension of $4 a week for ever; ' man and woman more than 6! t*years of ag ■ is provided for in i ! i bill introduced by Victor L. Be.' Jgur, the Socialist member fr.n - Wisconsin. The representativ £ included in his bill a clause tha none of the courts ol the countr ’ should pass upon its validity. II Save money by buying your case< t: bags and trunks at the Sulisbur p ■ Pawn Shop, ROWAN’S TEN OLDEST CITIZENS. Who are TiiOj? Is This List Corrsc ? Send in Some From Your NeighDoihood. Oar list; of old folks coutinui s tv grow,, although" one, Mrs.. Fleming, passed sway recently. So far wo have only six over 90 years of uge. We believe there are a number of others and urge those who know them to s.-n-d us their names. Jacob Holshouser,* Lstaker Township, born June 1st, 1315, now. 96 Mrs. Eliniua Shuman, of Sal isbury, born June 2nd. 1815, aged. 90 Henry Morgan, Steel Town-, ship, born Februa y 14, 1818, . 93 Mrs. Elizabeth Gartner, wife of the late John Cartn'-r. n-'W living in Scotch Irish Township, born November 19th, 1818, now. 93 John Paths!, Landis, burn 1819, now. 92 Mrs. Luvenia Thomason, . Franklin Township, 1 ru 1819, now.. . 92 Ghus. M.rgan, Morgan To a ship, born.n -w 90 W. M. Barker, of Salisbury, horn November 30th, 1821 aged. 89 Ell 0. File, Morgan Town ship, born January 18. '1823. now. S8 I. N Earnhardt, lives east in' Spencer, born 1824 now... 87 •Matthew Menius, Steele T iwnstiip, born February 24, 1-824,.'. 87 D. D Peelnr, Faith, -b ru February, 24th, 1 ~24, now 87 Capt. Riley Blaokwolder, No 2, China Gr ve, born De ceinb-r, 1825, now. 8-5 Miss Mary E.. Gilloan, born Anri! 15th. 1820, age . 85 Capt. Whi.i.acky CJIhvm land, born Sept., 1327,"now >4 *Mrs. Mary Mbnius, Steele T lwnship, born February 20th, 1828 .. 83 Franklin Weaut, SteeleTowu s no, bom D -camber 17th, .1830. 81 Sainu-4 Dial, China Grove Township, born January 17th, 1830, now. , . 81 J. G Albright, China Grove, b >ru 1831, now. R0 Mrs. .1 . G Albright, China Gr v-i, born 1831, no v SO Whiuiethe others? Send in the name of the oldest person you kn ■ v. Must Report to Norfolk. Washington, July 81.—Ur, Young, father of Kusign Robert S. Young, Jr., who recently pis ed the young officer in a sani tarium suffering from a complete nervous breakdown following his disappearance in Mew York hsi been instructed by the Navy D. part.sum; to have the young offi cer report to the commandant o the Norfolk navy yard when he n physically able to d<> so A c ur of i <[ :iry will probably be neces 6 ry t!' determine what action, i uy, shall e taken in the case I Beattie Qualed as Saying If Will Neves be Electrocuied. Richmond, Va , July 31 —Ar rangements were made t.1 day for transfer tomorrow of IRulab Em fo.ri nd Paul Beattie, held is material witnesses for the coin in w alt’ in the case of Henry B-uttie, Jr., the alleged wife murderer, fr m the Henrico coun ty to the Richmond city jaii. iieniy Beattie will remain in the iieurio jail Is is alleged that there has been more or less communication bo ivven B ulah and Henry since i their incarceration and the au 6h' ritiea deteimicd that this, or ill- possibility of such as this, must lit- ended. A subpoena was >s»ned today for the appearance before the I gfiiiid jury on August 14 f Mrs. Ohuhm-rs VV. 15 Hi >tt of 1253 Tsv lor street, who is said to be an in timate friend of Beulah’s and who visited Boat ah at the jail last. Saturday. She is said to have guiatd admittance to the girl’s ce!. hy representing herself to be » relative. She ia expected to prove an important witness I r x. i 0 mmonwoalth in corroborat ion ‘cor;:»m t'-atmuenta of B u ifiii’S 1! nry Beattie is quoted on high an- h.nutv today as having said in suh-ait'iuce in the curse of a statement made: “T’r.-ne p opn who ihmk rh-iy are g' i -g r pu* i»-> in the electfc chair are ill wrong. They were never m re »r mg ah ut anyth ng in th'-ir lives.' 1 shall never he ole;.tro cut -d. I’d T 11;.o poison and k 11 u ys -lfin ordqr* to prev it a y thing life" that ” / Bur. til ere i» notainp’-Wlfenry’s conduct to suggest thaft he has my intent i n cf destroying him self dies i Asheyil'h ■ s. (i ■ c Haly s ■ ..i died a*, iii* i un t m Ash-vPA Satur day iiA.riiij'U, H.j ii ii'.h was lu - i paralysis, A- many of our cp z-uis romem‘''>r, Ct Haly’ art >n was at non fi ne i.i Pie raiir cui business A Sa ■ - i-ury. The following is taken in h Asheville Gazette-News: Uapt R-. ivburton was a gen of the ■ .1 i school > (he south H-. was a rugged mail of b il i speech; fearless tid at the me tin- kind. He had Peep .<iu .ti Ad with Asheville for the ,.awt quarter of a c-.ntury or more mi was greatly admired by a argo circle of friends. Capt iialyburtdu was a Confederate a Idler at an early a e and literaily was afraid f n man, H * conducted the old G’eu K ick i hotel \n Asheville 25 y irs age-, , and until >t was burned Ab -p -as ye ;s : he sra- -■! eted cjty cp-rk f Asheville under toe R i .vis dm: istrati- -a. ThROW OUT THE LINE. Give the Kidneys Help and Many Sallsbar y People Will be Happier. “Throw Out the Life Line”— The kidneys need help. They’re overworked—can’t get the poison filtered out of the blood. They’re getting worse every minute. Will you help them? Doan’s Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair. Mrs. J. B. Evans, 600 Lafayette St.,' Salisbury, N. C., says: “Istillrec ommend Doan’s Kidney Pill highly, for an occasional use of this medicine keeps me in good health. At one time I had a great deal of pain across the small of my back and other symp toms of kidney complaint bothered’ me. Doan’s Kidney Pills went to the seat of my trouble and helped me in every way. I am glad that I learned of this remedy when I did.” For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the nam“—Doan’s—and take no other. Sale o( Valuable Hour Mill, Machinery, Etc. Pursuant to an order of the Superior Court of ltovvan county , made in the special proceeding entitled Mrs. Fan nie Bostian and husband G. C- Bos tian, Cora Shuping et al vs, VV. A. Shuping, Mrs. Ann Shuping, et al., the undersigned commissioners will expose for sale at the courthouse door in Salisbury, on Tuesday, September 5th, 1911, at the hour of 12 M, the following de scribed property: Beginning at a stone corner of the Public School House; thence north 4 1-2 deg east 7.26 chains to a stone, Jacob Castor’s corner, thence north 84 3-4 deg. west 8.70 chains to a stone on .1 aeob Castor's line, thence south 7 deg. east 2.50 chains to a stone, thence east 1.05 chains to a stone, thence south 27 deg. east 3.16 chains to the middle of the spring, thence north 81 deg. east 2.23 chains to a post oak tree, theuce south 2 deg. west 2.53 chains to a stone, public school house corner, thence louth 85 deg east 306 -hains to the beginning corner, pon taining 4 acres and 7 perches, together wi til all the machinery, apparatus and fixtures upon said land, which con sists of engine and boiler, cottin gin, press and scales, one planing machine, with all attachments and fixtures, one roller mill and fixtures complete, one corn mill and fixtures and all ma chinery and apparatus for machinery purposes Also a tract of land in China Grove Township, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a black oak oil John Rogers line and running north with said line 12 1-2 poles to a stone on the east side of the road leading from Salisbury to Concord, thence west 7 poles to a stone on Noah Pelthel’s line, thence south* with said line 12 1-2 poles to a stone on the old line, thence east 7 poles to the beginning, contain ing one half acre, more or less. Terms of sale are cash. ‘ John L. Kendleman, 11. Lee Wright, commissioners. This August 1st, 1911. North Carolina, ) Jin ihSTiowan Rowan County, j County Court. Salisbury Realty and 1 Notice of Sum Insurance Company, ( moils and vs. f Warrant of Louis Dunker. ) Attachment. The defendant above named will take notice that a summons in the above entitled action was issued against said defendant on the 30th day of June, 1911, by J. F. McCubbins, clerk of (he Rowan county court for the sum of three hundred dollars, due the said plaintiff on contract, which sum mons is returnable before the Rowan county court on the 25th day of Aug ust, 1911, at ten o’clock a. m, The defendant will also take notice that a warrant of attachment was is sued by the said clerk in the Rowan county court on the 30th day of June, 1911, against the property of said de fendant, which warrant is returnable before the said justice, at the time and place above named for the return of the summons, when and where the defendant is required to appear and 1.’ answer or demur to the complaint, or the relief demanded will be granted. This the 30th day of Juue, 1911. J. S. McCubbins, Clerk Rowan county court. North Carolina, / In the Rowan Rowan County. \ Countj Court. Salisbury Realty and ) Notice of Sum insurance Company, ( mona ami va. ( Warrant of 1.3Uis Hunker. ) 'Attachment. rl ie defendant atove named will take notice that a summon* in I he above entitled action was 13RU ;d against said defendant on !v 80th day of June, 1911, I>y J. F. l'.'Onhhins, clerk of the F ow ;n ■ nmty c-"irt, for the s of li\ hundred dollars, due t... < said ,i * utiff on contract, which biidi 0 ) 3 la returnable before the R . mic u ity coiitt cm the 26th da.t f August, 1911, atten o’clock a. . 1 a defendant will also take u t o ' that a warrant of attacr. in t w»s issued by the eaid clerk .>n • m R iwttu county court'on the 30 day of Juno, 1911, against ti n per y of said defendant, wh eh warrant is returnable he f- r the saiil justice, at the time line place above named for the fit mi of the summons, when and win ;e the d- fendant is required i i jpear and answer or demur to r.h mm plaint, or the relief de ni - ded will be granted. 1 hi , t.he 30th day (>f June, 1911, J F MoCcbbinb, Clerk Rowan corn ty court. Or iuilding 'Material win please you. O if ceiling and siding at $1.00 j pel 100 feet will tickle you. Good in Lumber Co. ’Phone 106L, ___ YoiiOii’.i buy a gun, pistil or watch o quality at a price that is near ly i,n- hn'f of manufacturer’s cos; at tlio Salisbury Pa*n *^0?»***0~‘ 3^ ^ ^ * »ch of the chief or X^ <4:1.0-j of ti:bo- iv if n fMJVEF M\ I - ■■■■—*. ..^ ' /''■■ /stronger . ;,j :j.f _ weakest !iukv the body . 1 . ***■<**—« no stronger than its weakest organ. *t f.I . 0 is weakness of stomach, jiver or lungs, there is a weak -ink in the chair. of life which may snap at anytime. Often this so-called weakness is caused by lack of nutrition, <lm result* of weakness or disease . O. the stomach sd inner organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and wen,rm ,res : f flu <-uch and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr. :v ‘ Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is j.ureu, • , s of od.cr orgae.-j whir.': remote from the stomach but which li.s\e !st« st <• os ■' di 'c; ••••? cm on of the stomach and Oilier on ( f <j : - :u;> 'd.’on, are cured also, 4 •''' • - • • . a n •??* sfsmach. i sa Of’y - -;/■ '>i -• "n? strong 3-ii: a s.r- •,?. -y JV-> •/. • ‘ ^'g:: v 1 € >sj Medical Adviser, ' f’ : -■ 5 • sen’: -v. e \pt cf stamps to pay : - ./v. “ e '.cnt stamps for the r ciuth-bound voi- n ug !--ss D\ R. V. . . . 3 -Uc, N. 1 . '