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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
SATURDAY, AUGUST ?.0. 1913 9 A O 6 Late News from the Surrounding Towns PLYMOUTH. Thursday evtr.iri ubout 'rJxck. Mr. i:ntfrtl ran lr Mk Uoo car into thi Fouih M1; "f Iho door of Keller & Jeffers sarnpe. He knorkej the cor ner io.-t out and quite a few bricks. It Lent one r-prin? of h! midline. Herbert Gibson's iiu auto turned over ii the diti h Thursday while on thf rail to Iaporte. I. L. McKton is sif ruling the day la laporte. m:v CAIILISLI T.'ora has uren received hero of the death at Tucson. Ariz., on Thursday, A us. 21. of Edwin Itarnes, aied 2. odent son of Edward and Nellie Names, both of whom are dead. Ktl- win was a member of the Junior das ellyn, are visiting friends in Chicago. lijhtfully spent with contests and uiujic. The music was furnished bv M133 Mildred .Steel. Miss Helen Kochendgrfer and Miss Dorothy Mil- I lcr. The favors in trw contest were I ,vr. by Kobert IJrandstors, Ieonard ;ib?on and Miss Dorothy Miller. De- liclous refreshments were served. I Mr. and Mr?. George . Iieed and son George Wheeler Heed, who have been visiting Mrs. Heed's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheeler, of N. Elev enth st.; have gone to northern Michl t Mr. Heed's mother. Mrs. G. W. Gofl. Sw'ntz ?nl sn Lew- home in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Katio Puller ami daughter of Elkhart were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Goddhall Sunday. ' Mr. and Mr. Pnd Hartsteln and rhi'.dren. Harold Kulmer. Henry Wf.ss and Clayton and John Weiss motored to Uuchanan, Mich., Sunday. NAKHKTOWX. Harry Lintner of Gallen is the gue-st of Ualph Gilbert this week. i:t-lla and Alice Clemens returned home Wednesday evening after spend ing four weeks with relatives around South Bond, Mishawaka, Stony Ridge and Portage Prairie. T r Clemen of South Rend was m, - - - - - - - - the cruest of his brother. of the New Carlisle high school. when he was obliged to give up his ambition for a higher education on account of failing health. Early last spring he went to Tucson, but failrd o Ret tho help he had hoped for. lie Is survived by two brothers, Marvin Rarnes, who joined him at Tucson several weeks ago, and Harlan Rarnes of Mishawaka, also a largo circle of young friends. Funeral services for Wilson W. France, who died Sunday, were heJd Wednesday at the family residence at 2:?.0 p. m.. Rev. Cecil Franklin of ' r - . . i ti i ai i l - a. Chas and i,"ul'1 uenu o.uciaurm. lnienneni wu.g I made in the New Carlisle cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jame3 of Val- V UlliUl' p;.i(I lllt'viijj-; i,l iM i 1 t Methodist church will be held this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Quler. S. Seventeenth st. Manstteld Moffltt of Smith st., spent Thursday at La port e, Ind., and at tended the fair. LYDICK GLEANERS TO HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC All family Wednesday nU'ht. Mr'-. H. I. Cauffman and Mrs. Ella. an f n i VUl Mover -re attending Riverside camp ParalPO are quests of William Brum tKio unit auu lu.iJ.iijr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Best were at camp meeting Tuesday and Wednes day evenings. Mr. Thanning is enjoying a few days with his family here. Mrs. M. E. Gilbert visited Mrs. Oscar Fredrlckson In Buchanan Thursday. Miss Irma Raker of Buchanan call ed on Mrs. Hattie Clemens Tuesday forenoon. Chas. Sebasty had some cucumber pickles taken Wednesday night. I'ALMKIl PHAIRIi:. Ruby Lasch 13 on the sick Mis 3 list. Ruth Hartman. who has been threatened with typhoid fever is slow ly recovering. Rollln and Royce Dunnuck made a business call on E. J. Hartman Friday morning. Chas. Lasch was in South Rend Fri day. Miss Lucile Burkhart of Misha waka Is spending a few days with Miss Ruby Lasch of this place. The Misses Gertrude Chillas and TTna Camp of South Rend visited Ruth Hartman Wednesday. Miss Rernlce Bowers was In South P.end Thursday. Chas. Lasch spent Thursday and Friday in South Bend. Mrs. H. O. Dunnick wan in South Bend Thursday on business. Miss Mildred Zumbaugh called on Ttuth Hartman Tuesday evening. Albert Fulk spent Thursday and Friday at his farm. E. J. Hartman made a business trip to Eolith Bmd Thursday. Many from here attended the Gleaner picnic at Sumption Prairie last Saturday. Mrs. E. J. Hartman and daughter, Huth, were In South Bend Thursday. Mrs. Chas. Iiseh made a. business trip to South Rend Wednesday. mli:s. Miss Archilles of Rochester, N. Y., is the guest of her cousin. Miss ljoutao Wilbur. Miss May Stowell of South Rend is the guest of "her brother, Chas. stow ell and family. The Que Sant -lub met at the home of Miss Mamie Stroup last evening lor a. picnic dinner. The out-of-town guests were Katherine Kockendorfer of .South Hend and Anna Peterson of Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith of Sulli van, ill., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fox. Miss Peltzer of Rodgers Park, Chi cago is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Carlie Smith. Mrs. W. W. Newman and Lynn Cain have gone to North Manchester, Ind., for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Rule attend ed the wedding of Mr. Rule's sister. Miss Helen Rule, to Arthur William Arthur Fries. Mr. ar. Mrs. 1 1. R. Rairden of Chi cago ar- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lament Hunter of Thirteenth st.. Mrs. Wm. Jarm and daughter. Vir ginia, left today for a visit in Dayton, Cincinnati and Norwood, O. During their visit little Virginia will be op erated upon at Christ hospital. Cin cinnati, for adenoids and removal of tonsils by Dr. S. E. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Woolman and daughter, Miss Clara, and Mr. and Mrs. Flnley White have returned from Furnessville, Ind., win re they vilted John White and family. The Rrummitt family held a re union at Hudson lake Wednesday. Those present from away were: Mr. ant". Mrs. John Rrummitt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank James, Misses Mildred Loring and Grace Brummitt of Val paraiso, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Brummitt of Chesterton. Tho re union was held in honor of the Slst birthday anniversary of William Brummitt. Miss Mildred luring of Valparaiso Is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jacob Augustine. The annual picnic of the M. E. Sunday school was held at Hudson lake Tuesday. Miss Helen Service of Mishawaka Is a Kuest of her grandmother, Mrs. X. Wade. Mrs. Will Miller spent Wednesday In Chicago shopping. Mrs. Maud Jackson of Chicago !s visiting relatives here. Mrs. Anna E. Carrol of Chicago is a guest of New Carlisle friends. lakevillj:. Mrs. Frank Shafer of near Iake ville Is in Chicago for, a few days. Mrs. Mary Bailey of near town re ceived a few slight injuries from fall ing down cellar. Mrs. Alexander Moore was in North Liberty Friday visiting her sister, Lima Krow. Mr. Foglesong of Argos was here on buslne,rs Friday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Parker is quite 111. Mr. and Mrs. William Fuchs were In South Bend Thursday evening. Mrs. Dr. How was in South Bend Friday. WAIJUOUTON. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Winner were In Chicago Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. W. Jobush are visit ing relatives In Chicago. Carl Owen of Muncie is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tompson Turner and family. About 200 people from here attend ed the fair In Laporte Thursday. The cut glass factory laid off Thurs day to allow their employes to attend tho fair. The Walkerton Military band Is en gaged to play Saturday, Sept. 13 for the Plymouth home coming. A tent show exhibiting the show, "A Cowboy's Pal," showed here Thursday evening. Harvey Lewis left this week for De troit, Mich., where ho has employ ment. Simon Fogaity of Chicago spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. F. Ryder. T. J. Jarret of Hibbard has accepted the position here as agnt for L. E. & W. He succeeds F. McFarlane of Muncie, who has resigned to enter other business in Muncie. H. J. Ofermyer of Indianapolis is here on business this week. COALHUSH. Carl Fulmer was removed to St. Joseph hospital Friday, suffering with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Klein enter tained about 30 young people Sun day afternoon, the affair being in honor of their son Carl's birthday an niversary. Games and social diver sions were the features of the after noon. Luncheon was served. Alphonsus Hentages visited friends in Mishawaka Sunday. L. Phillips and Miss Grace Phillips visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fredricks, sr., of Madison Center, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Ungrey and Mr. and Mrs. John Ditsch of Misha waka vMted at the home of Adam and Charles Ungrey Sunday. ualph Ungrey has returned to his RIJKUIKX SPRINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Routhillier and children have returned to their home in Gllman. 111., after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Bouthillier's , brother. D. L. Ford. j The' members of the Social club met in the Indian fields Friday after noon. A pot-luck supper was en joyed. Laura Lee Martin has returned to her home in Grand Rapids after a month's visit with her grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Mason. Miss Viola Green has returned to her home in South Bend after a few days visit with Miss Georgia Har per. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnhart, Miss Irma Benhard and Harry Taylor have returned from a week's outing at In dian lake. Miss Mary Elizabeth Wilkinson, who has been a guest at the home of her uncle. II. K. Graham, has re turned to her home in St. Joseph. Dr. W. F. Bullard was called to Niles on professional business Thurs day. Fred W. Cook of Niles was a busi ness visitor here Thursday. The summer vacation is" nearly at an end and school will begin Tuesday, Sept. 2. A new brick building for the public school and the county normal is ready for opening day. The attend ance this year U the county normal will be the largest in its history. The i Two following teachers have been engaged: Superintendent. Jas. L. Adams, Mill burg, Mich.; principal. Marie Van Westenbrugge, Ypsilanti; Asst. Prin. and language, Jessie Scherer," Vicks burg; seventh and eighth grades, Wilhelmlna Landberg; fifth and sev enth grades, Edith McCullough. Ber rien Springs; third and fourth grades, Nellie Marquissee, Berrien Springs; critic teacher, Bertha Mc Kenzie, Flint; principal county nor mal. Jennie Rurton. Renton Harbor. Miss Frances Fitzgerald has re turned from a few days visit with relatives in Marcellus. Fourteen Arbors Around South Bend May Decide to Hold a Union Meeting. M day lAuUIoIuII 10 yiSiyfiHU Lindley arbor of the Gleaners, locat-j ed around Lydick will hold its annual : picnic this year at Springbrook park, ; the first of the arbors to meet inside i South Bend. The outing will be held i Sept. 6. j Games, contests and virions sports i will be held and In addition, farm pro- ! ducts will be shown. The Northern Indiana railroad has put up a 500 mile ticket as the prize to the farmer making the best exhibit of apples and melons. Size, quality and vari ety and attractiveness in appearance win an count towara tne prize. ; b "I am in hnn.q thnt bv 1914 all the fi 14 arbors in South Rend territory i will meet in a union picnic at .Spring- ; H said G. W. Milliken. chief gleaner of the arbor. "The matter has been agi- ; tated in several of the arbors and has , met with considerable favor. It will be taken up at our picnic and carefully considered. There are a number of things in favor cf this plan." Sunday, Aug. 3 1 ,via South Shore Ry . Round trip, $2.00. Tickets valid two days. Sunday and Monday (Labor Day). Special train leaves South Shore Station at 5 o'clock and Limited at 7:35 o'clock Sunday morning. Above cut rate on these two trains only. Returning take any train. Big Labor Day parade, Athletic Meets, Aviation Meet and Exercises of all kinds. . Auspices of M. R. Fal cons Society. 14. tm i E 0 FALLS ON PICKET FENCE Lads Seriously Injured When Horse Huns Away. NASHVILLE. Ind.. Aug. 30. Hugh and Ed Grinder, 20 and 14 respective ly, were both seriously injured, the former probably fatally, when a horse they were driving frightened at lightning during a storm and threw them out. Hugh's neck was pene trated by a picket when he fell atrainst a fence and the younger boy was thrown against a telephone pole. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS R KRWARDSBURG. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Darr of South Bend came Tuesday evening for a visit with their son, Leroy Darr. Florence and Ruth Mosler have re turned honu' aftT a week's visit in Mishawaka. the guests of Miss Kath erine Sohaffer. R. C. Kisk and wife and A. J. Car penter and wife have returned from a ten das' auto trip through Wiscon sin. UWnn Van Antwerp has returned to Detroit after a f-w weeks' vi.it with her mother, Mrs. Rortha Van Ant werp. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schneck of Chi cngo came Saturday for a two weeks' Visit with Hazel Westfall. Mrs. Iknry Harmon of Cassopolis spent Monday with Mrs. Bertha Van Antwerp. John Rogers returned to Elwood Wednesday after a ten days' visit here with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rogers. Mrs. Wm. Ropejay and two chil dren of Monu noe. 111., are here visit ing at tli.- home of Mrs. Anna James. Mrs. K.b n Pinan returned home Tiusdav after a week's visit in Niles LYDICK. Mr. and Mrs. David Rose of Cot tage Hill and Rev. W. Gibson of Millersburg, Ind., were guests of Clinton Peterson and family Sunday. Clinton Peterson and sons, Claud and Glen, attended the fair at La porte Thursday. Hugh Dunnahoo and Mr. and Mrs. William Trumble attended the fair at Laporte. The Gleaner arbors will give an Ice cream social at the home of Martin Witter Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers were puests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Garrett of Iakeville, Ind., Saturday and Sun day. Charles Mikesel and family were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Lydick, of Walnut Grove Sunday. Mrs. Jacob Watkins, Mrs. Charles Grody and children, Mrs. William Klopfenstein and children and Mrs. F. F. Pierce attended the harvest meeting at the Rrethren church of Oak Grove. Ind., Saturday. Mrs. Forest Ritter left for Bremen, Ind., Wednesday, a guest of her moth er, Mrs. Weiner. Mrs. Rose Ann Duby of South Rend is a Kuc.it of her son. Forest Ritter, and family. Mrs. Greely Reid of Terre Coupee prairie is at tho home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paten Ritter, and is seriously ill. Mrs. Frank Plumbrick Is visiting friends in Clinton, la. Miss Essie Ritter of South Rend was a visitor of her parents and family Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Warner and Mrs. F. F. Pierce attended the Teachers' Insti tute Wednesday in the high school building, South Bend. Sunday school convention will bo held in W. O. W. hall all day of Sept. 7 nt Lydick. Prayer meeting every Tuesday Tuesday evening in the Pierce building. Huckleberries have been a j crop this year with excellent fruit. The corn crop m this place and . -ft "TO. f i v . sW f II H ill II. II 3 I ) w II ""ri ' " ' nfi. '"" rfr ri Home, S weei r -T H f i'.-7 r , - , A' v V -; v C i . -. . -. 3 h j: fix n .J LJ WORTHY OF TRUST FOR DISEASES fill!? T;71?TT O. r. FLLKXKK, M. Expert lctor for Men. Over 14 Years a Specialist. fYion Cured to Stay Cured Forever 9 Do What I Adver tise, I Advertise What 1 Do Dr. 1 Irene r I the most capable, experienced and rrllaie ma' frrinli.t in South Bend. Thousand are .ceUinj; hU accurate a.'. ire, advanced treat ment and positive cures. i Selena wins over diw:is' ami wvaknrs. No need to naffer nnd 'Moetar" the ""Id w.iy Don't ot doctors drac you .".ins; in -uui Oome and Investigate for yourself the and how little It costs to get nell. w..":idiTful nJvrn' I h.ive rnn!.-' w d ah. you tb C'AUSr of waknes nnd r.-Ti stnili:litf'rvarl .ind to thf Home am going to have only those who good with her daughter. Mrs. Henry Uose ti-irn,. ! Mrs. i:. s. Carlisle spent Mcnday v:cm;iy promising rnd Tu-dav in ra.opolis. the ?p.:est I Jacob Watkins and tamily.. V il of her sister. Mrs. A. W. Ilovd. nam Klopfenstrin and family vere Jam-s 'odr has cone to Ohio for ( H'sts of William Trunble and family n months visit with r'.atHes. .Sunday. , f.'I.iia PrU-' of Xiles visited her sis The old saying that "Sometime I a home of my own" is a farce to have had the grit to make a start. 1 he national trend of home seekers to day is to get out, away from the dirt, smoke and noise of the city yet have the advantages of city life. Kvery lav I have bu exUiininjr to itihi- t W'T?V IT Mt arlrmnt! have tKjlnt. Many ni'n h.a"e eai:d. some .nivancen in j.-irs. o. ur hope of ever regaining their hrst vitality. Aft. r thorough lnvetisatiuii rar lv every man plaeevi himself under my ire. T.l:iy y.:i r.-mn ! :il liappler or mare grateful men. Thoy improved FKOM Till: Vl'.KV TIKST TltKAT JIK.NT. Not onlv was the4r vital strenpUi fully rst-:d. hut th-y flud tho riTUE to be TEkMANENT. A eomiuou stntenient w-ms: "I ILI IIAM. rmiK TO YOli : L0N(1 aoo if i had known now LITTLE, time ami MONEY IT COST FOR A CURE." IF mod my help, don't hesitait. If I diu't make yoa strong you don't need t pay one cent. PORTAGE t i HEIGH TS I offers this and more, its one acre tracts gives room for Ij f CAT m a garden, fruits and chickens. It takes its people back l Bacterid vaccine TO to nature. A FLOWING WELL Neo-SaIvarsan"914"1rrJr The Intravenous Method, dlreetlr '" he only way It hoald be glTen. No man need deny himself m erle for la k of money. If joo nred the treatment, call. "OH" Salvarsan Is today aeknovled&ert even .y tlioe who first rtoubtM the p.'raaiicncy of tho cure, to the prvat.st 1ls.-.,Vory of the ajr. It Las heen in use for over two year? .ind the results nhtained are not only Imma nent hut miraculous. I use more uf this remedy than all ot.ier put together; therefore, my experience is of greater value to the patient than that of any other specialist. In the very larpe number cases In whi h I hive urd tho reniHl y I have not 'Jad one single failure. Every symptom ft the de.ne. from the eruption to the runnintr fore, from the rah to the detruetl..i. tf tissue and hone was checked within twelve hours after Its .uiminist ration . lher is no lonper tho sliffhtest doubt about the wonderful curative p.iwer of the rem edy and in the hands of an expert spe,-lalM there in al. ..lately no danper of any kind from it use. I introduce It directly into i! ... hl.l. I VP you In my office from two to four hours-no l..npr. ll.ei; I make a u eser man test of vour blood. The tevt tells Its own slry. It tchs you f.wit ?o. are free from the disease. It jrlves you n r.ew li.-e;,s- to live a Sood end pure life. It Is. Indeed, a Messing to ma:iKina. r,. ninmont f,-p fhe nrooer administration r.f thi llermnn remedy fii',r n Indldn-n and second to none In the t'nltod St it- have the patient present while I am preparing the volution o he may oberre the technique I follow In the preparation of "914". It xvenld be well for the patient to brln a friend or hi family physician If he so de-irr. Is I prefer to Hydrocele 3 Mr method ! direct, 'positive, painless, doe - not detain you fntn your (KVupation or home and I give you my word and absolute guarantee tJat X effects a radical and penuauent core. Mr method 1 direct and absolute. It is plUnh-s. doe, net keep yen eai)IiSh'l nean.'i y circulation ar.-i i ,i-7 It results In radical aua rrrr.a- your work. It re I give my word aud guarantee to you that neut cure. Men's Diseases t)ix kti' T"r T?c--,:r Rl-u!lfr a :i d Kid::ey inro'tloT.s l Ifc'i'l . - - , , . , , . . . . f , , . . vri , . t . t ft -i v '.- r : U fur '. ,li!W':isS T tii:r.MAX ki:mi:iv i-.es for mi j- i.- -. obstinate- c-.tst" :ir.d Jl.ink you are l:n-i:.-: ..! positively i-uiv you or you ne-d n t i -.y and mir.T'MA- Ni:issi:irs !,.. rilwases what t!.e dlW.Al If j..u hav- lo:irstan!ln, chr-.ni'. to me ut ii"e and I will a cent. K.isy t'-r::s to all. ter. :.!:.--. rh:;s. Lur.t', from Saturday until Tu -illy. :lUs iiidy Cook ana Cliff South worth o: 'assopolij were Sunday ;:uets of Mr. ;md Mrs. Henry Lyons. !Mw ::ianv : :iis.s I'ark Cillma: Mrs Ca f Harrison. Neb., 'undnv for a visit with hia p of River Mr. Bert ti;r:iy tor her d.uiirhter. Mrs. M ivwooi! . :. :uis. Ib.-rth.v i ia'K :ile Sir. d her ister. th'.s v.ek. C. 1. luvt-r.al went to Penn . v .1 v visit u.-ifh Mr Koy Cousins. McCann of Battle Creel; here isit in rrents, Mr. ar.-l Mr.-, I-:. C. Truitt. John .'ian;s n;us returned home frm. v:: with his son Dana at r.ttti-- 't . k. - per:. r i or of Monrovia, Cal., is his brother. Tom Dyer, after nse of 5 years. Mm. Ulizale-th Perkins went to Mishawaka Saturday for a few weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Eugrene Andrew. Mrs. M iry SVhaScn of Detroit Is visUir.s ;-t th home of Dr. T. A. Dus daJe. Hobert Patterson I spending the veek with friends at ?"Uh lai;e, near Mercolltis. Jib. Haxrlt Croeby Is entertaining V.r. f'ott3 .ind Mrm, Strang ef chi se tL9 week. a:: ItlVKi; 1A11K. The members of the It. P. 12. club of JUver I'ark were entertained by Mrs. Fred Kronier. E. Colfax av., Thursday afternoon. Ausr. 2S. Needlework wa.s the feature of the afternoon, follow ed by ile Icious refreshments. Mr?. II. Y. McCormick of Urookhaven, Miss., was an out-of-town Kuest. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. Wm. Kurley, S. Sixth st. Mrs. t. D. Martin left for her home in Port Wayrie, Ind., after a visit with her father, Andrew Keck, ami sister, Mrs. II. y. Brooks. N Eleventh st. Mrs. H. F. Brooks spent Thursday in Plymouth, Ind. The Independent club of Hlver Park met with Mrs. Amos Shirk Thursday afternoon, Aug-. 2S. In the absence of the president the meeting was pre sided over by the vice president, Mrs. Bert Hardy. A short business session was conducted, followed by a contest. The favors in this contest were won by Medamcs Bert Hardy, C. B. Ault. Clayton Shank and Amoa Sholk. An elegant two-course luncheon was served. The club adjourned to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Fred lade, S. Nineteenth st. Mrs. Hazel FlUey cf S. Ninth St., was very pleasantly surprised on Wednesday evening by a party of IS friends. The guests were all in fancy cobturccr and the evening wa u -.3 one You can of pure water is another one of the many advantages p .1 IT. 1 . rC '. l a l l i tins addition nas to otter its buyers. A. large number nil or the lots have been sold but the remaining ones are on the boulevard and are being rapidly taken. Come out this afternoon or Sunday morning and seledl of these choice lots before they are all gone. buy them with your saving on the very liberal terms of 1 0.00 Down aud 1 0.00 a Month u Salesmen on the Ground Saturday afternoon, Sunday and all day Monday. ndki Bell Phone 4352 Ruoture, Stricture, Piles til .It tiitTf 0!st nss!;:fr ami i.ervn:s. weak .inI :i:L- r i'.-'v. Mv ra-th...is n l-f" 1 1 t- tli wt.n Ii!i NFW LISC )VritV ::itll It !. jrn lif-lj nvik yo'jr v:i:u kiioii N t;:il; mo. Advi- is !.-Tf a'.ly piv:i. 1'rve f h p. ni. ; hund.:y. 'J a. Ui. tu 12 m. i,.--rvf-hitterir.s tr iji.N -n ) rurf-1 si jiro ;.t1t r ..p. r'.e U-t I liever advTti' a !if. :inl ul. If jou ul n.'jiM-y '.-iU or write t PAY i TM, l yon In uritt-n rrrtifi...t- r.xrr mv nam aa.l : anl it I lerau(' my uHl-trll. XM rnH ,K u,r, .,... 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