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SI. Mary's Lawn
Fete August 13
Annual lawn fete for benefit of St.
Mary’s Catholic church will be held
on the church grounds, Lawn avenue
and Elm streets, Wednesday night,
August 13.
Lawn fetes sponsored by the
church have been largely attended in
past years with many from out of
town coming for the event.
Committees in charge are:
General chairmen—Rev. Nicholas I.
Bouschere and W. J. Regan.
Tickets—Harry Turner, Sr.
Ice cream and cake tickets—Mrs.
Venn Dardio.
Ice cream—Charles Hankish, An
drew Hermann, Ed. Herrmann, Her
man Schmidt, David Fisher, Elmer
Nussbaum, Irvin Herrmann, .Vern
Dardio, Joseph Gerdeman, Sr.
Cakes—Mrs. Delbert McGinnis,
Mrs. Frank Zuercher, Mrs. Elmer
Nussbaum, Mrs. David Fisher, Mrs.
Jack Fisher, Mrs. Forest Beemer,
Mrs. John Rogers, Mrs. Geo. Schmidt.
Serving cafeteria style—Mrs. Lan
dolin Kindle, Mrs. George Preto, Mrs.
Louis Macke, Mrs. John Palte, Mrs.
Edwin Reed.
Coffee—Mrs. William Jackson, Mrs.
Louis Foltz, Mrs. Abe Meyers, Ed
Regan, Richard Nuss! num, Harry
Turner, Jr., Romanus Zuercher, Del
mar Regan, Kevin O’Tool, James,
John and Fred Herrmann.
Sandwiches—Mrs. Harry Turner,
Mrs. Charles Hankish, Mrs. Joseph
Gerdeman, Sr., Mrs. Ed Regan, Mrs.
Joseph Herrmann.
Lights and grounds—Jack Fisher,
William Jackson, George Schmidt,
Louis Foltz, George Preto.
Soft drinks—Louis Fisher, Jerome
Zuercher, Landolin Kindle, Joseph
Gerdeman, Jr., John Palte.
Serving (tables—Mrs. J. F. Herr
mann, Mrs. Herman Schmidt, Mrs.
Joseph Gerdeman, Jr., Mary and
family unity?
We desire to serve our community
in the best possible manner
in the best way we know.
Phone 144-W Bluffton, Ohio
Students and teachers will again soon
be leaving for school. Aiay we sug­
gest a family portrait to preserve your
rifom kilcl'teti will he.
Modern kitchens this summer are cooler with
Perfection Oil Stoves
Marjorie Zuercher, Miss Mildred
Leffler, Rita Nussbaum, Mary Anna,
Ruth and Evelyn Gerdeman, Mar
guerite Pence, Maeve O’Tool.
Bingo—J. F. Herrmann and Louis
Former Beaverdam
Resident Succumbs
Graveside services for Ert R. Lew
is, 61, former Beaverdam native, will
be held, at ..kh.P Rockport cemetery,
Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o’clock.
Mr. Lewis died at his home in East
Sparta -Tuesday morning at 2:30
o’clock following a seven months’
Surviving are his widow, Editoh
Bogart Lewis, three children, Rich
ard, Clara Jane and Mrs. Viola
Pritchard all of East Sparta his
father Jess of Beaverdam and two
brothers, Frank and Charles Lewis
of Beaverdam.
The body will remain at the home
in East Sparta until time for the
New Boy Scout Troop
Will Be Organized
Bluffton’s second Boy Scout troop
will be organized here this fall undei
auspices of the Bluffton post, Ameri
can Legion. Announcement of form
ation of the new troop was made
following the Legion meeting Monday
Woodrow Little has been named
scoutmaster for the new’ troop, mem
bership in which will be open to all
boys of the town.
Ralph Stearns, chairman of the
Legion group sponsoring the new
troop, will soon announce members of
the troop committee. Headquarters
of the troop will be in the Legion
hall at the town house.
& Electric Stoves
They are faster and more economical in operation
because they '•oncentrai the heat on the cooking.
Th. ye is no shortage of stoves here—we bought
our stock before prices advanced and you get the
benefit of the saving. No need to wait when you get
your stove here.
T. Greding Hardware
(Political Adv.)
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
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Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patterson are
on a two weeks’ motor trip fishing in
northern Michigan.
Mrs. Ralph Hazel of Findlay is the
guest of Mrs. Paul Studler of South
Jackson street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tomilson of
Lima spent Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augs
Carey asbestos siding and asphalt
shingles at Greding’s hardware.
Rev. Charles Armenrout spent the
past week in Chicago attending a
pastors conference at Presbyterian
Theological seminary.
Pvt. Willard Dillman has returned
to Camp Shelby, Miss., after spend
ing eight days with his mother, Mrs.
Lulu Dillman and family.
Clyde Tschantz of Warren spent the
first of the week visiting his mother,
Mrs. .11 .Tschantz who is ill at her
home on East Kibler street.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher
and family spent Sunday afternoon at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Hathaway and family.
Miss Roberta Biery returned Mon
day from Chicago where she was the
guest for several days of Miss Phyl
lis Olson, a college classmate.
Miss Barbara Jean Triplett of
Campus Drive is visiting at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Roland
Bixler in New Haven, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morris and
sons of Hudson, Mich., visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cliff Stratton and son Sunday.
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cookson of
South Jackson street spent the week
end in Lansing, Mich., where they at
tended the Cookson reunion on Sun
The Friendly Couples Class of Em
manuel’s Reformed church will hold
an ice cream social on the church
lawn thi Friday evening. Everyone
Misses Miriam and Mary Ann
Basinger visited the past week at
the home of their aunt, Mrs. W. A.
Settlage and daughter of New
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alcock, Mrs.
Leah Laskey and Mrs. Emma Yiest
ing of Toledo were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of Frank Gun
ther and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze and dau
ghter have returned from a two weeks
vacation motor trip visiting relatives
in Columbus and eastern Ohio and
Johnstown and Gettysburg, Pa.
Diller ambulance removals: Mrs.
Kelly Clark from the John Frank
houser home, Pandora, to Lima Mem
orial hospital Mrs. Harold Carr from
Bluffton hospital to her home west of
Mt. Cory.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bushong of
Columbus Grove and Miss Lillian
Bushong of Asheville, N. C., were
guests Sunday at the h.nne of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Clark and family of
Grove street.
Miss Mary Louise Chapman, direc
tor of the girls’ and women’s depart
ment fo a social settlement of Min
neapolis, was a Saturday luncheon
guest of Miss B. Evelyn Niswander
of Lawn avenue.
Mrs. Harold Carr was removed
from Bluffton hospital to her home in
Union township, Wednesday morning
where she is convalescing. Mrs. Carr
was a patient in the hospital here
since last March when she underwent
a major operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Buck land and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Canfield of Van
Buren, John Crouse and June Miller
of North Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Harkness were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bechtol and
family of Grove street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whittemore
and son of Birmingham, Mich., spent
the week end at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Devier.
Mrs. Whittemore’s brother Hubert,
who had spent the week visiting in
Michigan returned home with them.
Four young people from the Re
formed churches here are spending
two weeks in Tiffin attending a Sun
day school workers conference at
Heidelberg college. From St. John’s
church are Harriet Burkholder, Carol
Baine and Mary Ellen Luginbuhl.
Attending from Emanuel’s church is
James Gratz.
Notice—Canning season opens Fri
day, June 13 at Amstutz Cannery.
Will be open every Tuesday and
Friday until further notice. Am
stutz Cannery. tf
Mrs. Anna Lincheid and children
Willard, Kathrine Ann and Marjorie
of North Newton, Kansas, are guests
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Gordon
Bixel and family of Spring street this
week. Mrs. Lincheid and family and
Dr. and Mrs. Bixel and family will
leave Monday for a two days’ motor
trip to Niagara Falls and other points
of interest in that region.
Come to Western Auto for summer
bargain values now.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Byers spent the
week end at Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wells are on
a vacation trip through the southern
Miss Besse Patrick of Dayton is
visiting this week at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Minnie Patrick of
North Jackson street.
Levi Badertscher of New Wash
ington spent several days the past
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Badertscher of Lawn avenue.
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Mrs. W. E. Diller and daughter
Dr. Jeanne K. Diller of South Main
street are enjoying a vacation at
Lake Chautauqua, N. Y. this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nonnamaker
and son James attended the reunion
of Mr. Nonnamaker’s graduating
class of 1938 at Van Buren Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher
and family entertained Sunday even
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huber and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niswander and
Week end guests in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Whisler of South
Spring street were Mrs. Whisler’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hindley
of Toledo.
Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Niswander of
South Jackson street are on a motor
trip to Philadelphia where they are
visiting at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Lauer, Jr., and Rev. and
Mrs. J. J. Plenert.
Mrs. Roy Mollett of Van Nuys, Cal
and Mrs. Louis Hall of Pasadena Cal.,
visited the past week at the home of
their aunts ,the Misses Bertha and
Mary Lugibihl of Grove street and
other relatives and friends.
Wade Oberly, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Reno Oberly, who recently under
went an operation for appendicitis
at Bluffton hospital is convalescing
at the home of his parents on the
Staater farm north of Bluffton.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Whisler of
Spring street entertained Friday
evening, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck of
Cristobal, Canal Zone, who are visit
ing in Findlay. Mr. Beck is instruc
tor in a high school at Cristobal.
Mr. and rs. Ha rry uber and I
family of Bluffton Prof, and Mrs.
H. E. Huber and son Max and Miss
Jayne Rayle of Ada, were Sunday
dinner guests at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. L. L. Huber of Wooster.
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badertscher of
Bentley road accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Noak Finke of St. Marys on a
motor trip to Detroit where they
spent the week end visitig at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dana Bader
tscher and family.
Removals by Stanley Basinger am
bulance: Mrs. Irvin Fisher and in
fant daughter from Bluffton hospital
to the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kohler Mrs. Kenneth
Keeran from Blugton hospital to her
home north of town.
A number from Bluffton who are
employed this summer at the Ford
Trade school in Dearborn, Mich.,
spent the week end here. Among
this number were Gerhard Buhler,
Nelson Hauenstein, Chas. Hankish,
Jr., and Jason Trippiehorn.
Carey asbestos siding and asphalt
shingles at Greding’s hardware.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davy and
daughter Christine of Cleveland
spent the first of the week here
with Mrs. Davy’s sister, Mrs. Edgar
Hauenstein and family. Miss
Christine who was an instructor in
the schools at Fairview, Ohio, the
past two years will teach during the
coming year at Kirtland.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Niswander
are occupying apartments of Mrs.
Martha Flick above City Market
grocery. The apartments were re
cently vacated by Orden Smucker
and family who are residing at the
home of his mother, Mrs. B. D.
Smucker of South Lawn avenue until
their new home on Campus View is
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schnegg of
Plymouth, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Schaaff and daughter of
Bridgewater, Mich., visited over the
week end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Schnegg of East College
avenue and attended the Stager
school reunion, Sunday. Mrs.
Schaaff and daughter remained here
for a week’s stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lauby and
daughters Mary and Lois of Van
Nuys, Calif., are spending a month
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Har
vey Gratz and family and visiting
other relatives and friends here. Mr.
Lauby who left here for the west
eighteen years ago is now superin
tendent of instruction in printing at
the McKinley Home for Boys at
Van Nuys.
Misses Eloise Lora, of Bluffton
Kathleen Amstutz, of Pandora and
Vera Alice Bucher, of Columbus
Grove and Hiram Bucher, of Bluff
ton, returned Saturday night from
a motor trip thru the south. They
left a week previous, accompanying
Herbert Kindle to Camp Shelby,
Miss., after his furlough here. On
the return trip they visited the
Great Smoky mountains and other
points of interest.
Entertain for Guests
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Brown, of Marcellus, Mich., and
Safety Harbor, Fla., a lawn pot luck
supper was enjoyed Sunday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Diller, of near Pandora.
Those present included: Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Grismore, Mr. -end Mrs.
Peter Hilty, Mrs. Sarah Davidson,
Oliver Davidson, Emma Lee Diller,
of Kokomo, Ind.
Hiram Locher, Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Locher children Nan and
Grant, Mrs. Mary Diller, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Murray, of Bluffton,
and Mrs. Brown.
Coming Wedding
Wedding of Miss Neva Bigler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Big
ler of South Main street, and Dale
M. Zeller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Zeller of Upper Sandusky, will take
place at the home of the bride’s
parents Saturday morning, August
Mr. Zeller is an instructor in
Tiffin university and the couple will
live in Tiffin. Miss Bigler has been
teaching in the public schools at
Tiffin. She graduated from Bluffton
High school in the class of 1927 and
from Bluffton college in the class of
Service Society
The Women’s Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist church will
meet in the church b’asement for a
picnic supper Thursday night at
6:00 o’clock. Hostesses are Mrs.
Sybil Mollett, Mrs. Alva Scoles, Mrs.
B. R. Shaffer and Mrs. Nelson
Steiner. The program is in charge
of Mrs. Frank Todd and Mrs. Wm.
Augsburger. Devotions are in
charge of Mrs. Don Berry.
Garden Club
The tenth anniversary of the
Bluffton Garden club will be cele
brated in a meeting of the organiza
tion to be held on the lawn at the
residence of E. S. Lape Friday
afternoon at 2:00 o’clock. Assistant
hostesses are Mrs. P. E. Whitmer,
Mrs. Harvey Beidler and Miss
Edith Amstutz.
Miss M’Della Moon, a member of
the club recently has been made
chairman of the Northwest Ohio
Conservation committee, it was an
nounced the first of the week.
Rinchland Circle
The Richland Community Circle
will entertain their families at a
weiner roast to be held at the Buck
eye lake Thursday night.
Wedding Shower
Honoring Rev. and Mrs. G. T.
Soldner of Cherry street, members
of the council of the First Men
nonite church entertained the recent
ly wed couple at the parsonage on
South Jackson street Friday night.
After informal visiting the couple
was presented with two attractive
metal chairs. Refreshments were
served. Attending were: Rev. and
.Mrs. II. T. Unruh, Mr. and Mrs.
John Tosh, Dr. and Mrs. J. S.
Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lugibihl,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bixler, Miss
Edith Augsburger, Mr. and Mrs.
Orden Smucker and the honored
guests, Rev. and Mrs. Soldner.
Farm Woman’s Club
The Farm Woman’s club of
Orange township will hold a picnic
for members and their families at
the Orange Center community house
Thursday night, August 7,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson and
family of Findlay visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Oberly Sunday and
later visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Reno Oberly. Their son
Wade, who was operated on recent
ly for appendicitis is improving
nicely at home.
Council Approves
Tax Levy Transfer
Coming to the aid of the Bluffton
board of education which is seeking
an additional’ $2,400 for the schools
here during the next fiscal year, the
Bluffton town council agreed to the
transfer outside the ten mill limita
tion of a levy of .61 mill for bond
retirement now levied inside the ten
mill limit.
The council at its meeting Mon
day night agreed to the proposal
the county auditor.
which originated from the office of
By transfer of the council’s levy
of .61 mill outside the ten mill
limitation, a similar levy inside the
limitation will be available to the
board of education. This will pro
vide, it is estimated, $1,200, increas
ing the tax within the corporation
by that amount.
The communication from the audi
tor did not state by what means the
balance sought for the schools would
be raised, altho this, presumably will
come from that part of the school
district outside Bluffton.
Tax duplicate of the entire school
district is slightly over four million
dollars and divided about equally be
tween Bluffton corporation and the
rural district outside the town.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenawalt of Ada
are occupying apartments in the
home of the late Mis. Wm. Lewis at
North Lawn avenue and Vine street.
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Motter, for
merly of near Bluffton who have
been granted a year’s leave of ab
sence from his pastorate in Dayton
are located on their farm west of
Ben Augsburger who is convalesc
ing following an operation at Bluff
ton hospital was removed to his
home on West Elm street in the
Stanley Basinger ambulance, Wed
nesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scholfield and
sons Paul and George of Lafayette
Mrs. Alta Scholfield and Miss Jeanne
Metogen of Lima spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Gable of South Jackson street.
Word was received here this week
of the death Monday of Rev. M. M.
Horsch, pastor of the Mennonite
church at Upland, Calif., who has
been prominent in conference work
of the church for many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Busley and
daughter Louise and niece, Miss Linda
Fuller of Canal Winchester were the
guests Tuesday at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. Weed. Miss Louise
Busley is a teacher at the Mt. Gilead
High school of which Dwight Mussel
man is the superintendent.
The following out of town relatives
attended the fucnral of Mrs. S. P.
Hummons: Mrs. Jennie Harris and
Mrs. John Smith of Canal Winchester
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lauffer, i ick
erington Mrs. Blanche Harris. Col
umbus Guy Hummon, Norwalk Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bader and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Welsh Weininger, Mrs.
Carrie Mulholland, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Weininhter and Mrs. Weikut,
McCutcheonsville Mrs. Floyd Foltz,
Mrs. Edward Kohli and son, Mrs.
Tong, Findlay Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Hummon, Mrs. Ona Winkle, Leipsic
Mrs. Harry Baldwin, Benton Ridge.
Wanted—Reliable persons to call
on farmers in Hancock countv.
Steady work, good pay. No ex
perience or capital required. Some
making $100.00 in a week. Write
Mr. Wood, Box 14, Greenville, O. 16
Wanted—Salesman by well known
feed company, 25-40 years old, good
judgment, willing to work. College
education not necessary. Salary
while training then salary or draw
ing account and commission. Write
full details of yourself. Prompt in
terview will be arranged. Address
Box C, Bluffton News.
For rent—Three room apartment.
Inquire Mrs. Wm. C. Augsburger af
ter 5 p. m. tf
For sale—Ditching machine No.
14. choice of two. Louis Berning,
Minster, Ohio. 15
For sale—Potatoes. Arthur Bad
ertscher. 16
For sale—Dutchess and yellow
transparent apples. W. G. Carr, 31?
miles north of town. 15
Eor sale—Auto-gas table top range
use for months, $16. Mrs. J. O.
Biome, 314 N. Main St. 15
For sale—Three leather bottom
rocking chairs. Mrs. Clyde Yerg r,
S. Jackson street.
For sale—Potatoes and vinegar.
Stanley Bixel, 2’j miles north of town
For sale—45 acres near Lima 80
acres for $5,000 near Bluffton and
many others. See me for farms and
property. H. W. Althaus.
For sale—Genuine antique solid
walnut wardrobe over one hundred
years old. Clarence Young, Bluffton
For sale—Canning tomatoes. Mel
vin Dudgeon, 4 miles northwest of
Bluffton. 16
For sale—9 room modern home at
334 E. Cherry St. Lot 146 by 215.
Shade. An ideal place to raise a
family. This house was previously
priced at $3,950. The price has now
been cut to $3,250. See The Union
Savings & Loan Company, Lima,
Ohio. 16
For rent—Sleeping rooms for
ladies. Meals if desired. 201 N.
Lawn Ave.
For sale—Extracted honey 8 cents
per lb. Peter Geiger on Dixie high
For sale—Kitchen cabinet, the
first $6 gets it also ice box $2.
Mrs. Bertha Matter, 367 Cherry St.
For sale—Full blood male cocker
spaniel, four months old. Phone
For sale—Business block on S.
Main St. also lot on Spring St. Edith
L. Mann, phone 197-W. tf
For sale—Our new crop of honey.
Quart 30c 5 lb. pail 50c 10 lb. pail
$1 60 lb. can $4. All orders will re
ceive prompt attention. Buy honey,
nature’s own sweet, direct from the
hive to you. Howard H. Rickly,
“Keeper of the Bees,” 3 miles south
of Bluffton on Bentley road.
For sale—Fruit trees. Buy now
before prices go kangaroo soon.
Place your order now at 334 Cherry
St., and get extra tree free. L. A.
Oberly, salesman.
Notice—For Watkins products get
in touch with True W. Yale, 529
Union St., Ada. Phone Black
225. 18
AH persons holding upaid checks
for dairy products, issued by Charles
Ryan, formerly of Columbus Grove,
write Attorney E. A. Harper, Ada,
Ohio, for passible adjustment. tf
Mrs. Robert Mollett recently enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lauby and
children and Mrs. Roy Moiiett of Van
Nuys, Calif, and Mrs. Esther Hill of
Pasadena, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amstutz of
Norwalk Mr. and Mrs. George Am
stutz and family of Beaverdam,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Am
stutz and daughter Sunday.
$26.75 and Up
1941-42 Fall and Winter
Suit Topcoat O’Coat.
Samples are here. Order
now, for a small deposit we
promi.se 60 day delivery at
same price.
W. H. Gratz Shoe Store
Windstorm damage
heavy in Bluffton
Windstorm damage was
heavy in Bluffton last Wed
nesday—fortunate were those
who had protected their prop
erty with windstorm insurance.
You, too. should have this
protection for your home. The
cost is low.
Better see about it today’—
you may need it tomorrow.
Dependable Insurance for
Dependable People
See Us for Bonds
The building on Cherry
street until recently oc
cupied by the Bluffton
Auto Wrecking Co., is to
be sold soon.
It is owned by Roy N.
Carr of Milan, Ohio,, who
will handle the deal direct
or a local realtor may be
selected to sell the prop
Any one interested
should get in touch with
Mr. Carr at once.
7 He*
Price 10c—28c

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