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PVE BEEN THINKINO.
rve bess lihnkig. I've been thinkitg,
What a glortkný world were this,
Did blke mind their businonm more,
And mind their neiMhonre' lees:
For Ieatase, you ean I. my friend,
Ane sadly pene to salk
Of mattrts that concern us out,
And others' follies mock.
I've bte thinking. If we begin
To aend nor own affairs.
That possibly our nelghhrea might
Coutrive to manage their's.
We've faults ennugh to meud
It may ben o oft herm;
It would seem arrange if it were uot,
Bince all menkiud are brothers.
Oh, would that we had charity
Fur every man and woman!
Forgiveaem Is the mark of thane
Who know "to err is human."
Then, let on banish Jealousy
Let's lift our faller brothber
And so we journey do,wn lifeu' road,
Do good to one another.
Business Was Bad.
"And how are things in the far
West, nowt" asked a Brooklyn man
of a stranger he had picked np, and
who had been living out in the ter
"Bad," replied the frontieraman.
"Things are not what they used to
be. Why, sir, they try a man by
jury nowl Yea, sir! ('artch a horse
thief and lock him up in a jail and
give him just as fair a trial aus they
do a man who murders a womaln!
O, the whole country is broke up!"
*"You surprise nae!" replied the
Brooklyn man, who was more snur
prised by the moniner than the mtait-.
ter of the intelligence.
"Fact! Where I live they've
lynobced only one man in four years,
and that was for wearing a standt
up collar! And they don't shoot
any morel No, air, if two tneu
have a row, they fight with their
fbts, and the Sheridf sees fair plat!
I tell you this beastly civilization
has ruined the frontier. Tthei ar
reat even road agents now! Think
of that! Road agents! They used
to elect them School Trustees, and
a stage driver is no more account
than a MaSlor in in lBrookllu! I
te.l you the frontier is hdead !'
"How is busiuenal"
"Nothing doing at all. Yon see
gtey've got blue ribbon lodges, and
that kncmked buaiunes galley west.
Absolutely notling doing. Meer
chaonts are starv'iig ever Rinee the'
tempertanco mlovemnlet comtmelnced.
I don't know what the country is
"Don't the temperance people do
any thing for a living?"
"N'othing to speak of. 0, they
have little shops and kiid of tradle
among theeitelvts to keep each
other going, buit legitim;ate buti.
ness is httred, I Itell ou! Whv,
air there hasn't over forty barrels*
of whisky coeie into oitr touwn ini
two nloltthn! 'lThat alhws yon how
businetss in. What do yon thiik
they had there jlst Ibefore I l'tt t"
"I'm sure I don't kntow."
"A clhurch festival ! You won't
believe it; a churchl testival! Right
in the heart of tihe town ! The nier
chants got together ;tad awaore thliey
would not go, and they staued
away. But that tldido't break it upi
As sure as I sit here, those Ieoplle
went right along and had their teas
tival! That shows things are go.
ing. Then a friend of mine licked
a deacon one day. Finedt him cash
for it, and he had to pay !"
"AI. gamllimng there now "
"(;anbliig! ganmiling !! Well, I
should any 1ot ! There ict't over
,eighty or a huinllred galmhlingl
hooses iit town, where it nartd to Ih.
the staple etterplrina,! (imthliig!
I tell you everythiig is dead.
,hy, tIey'vo even got tencctst
pieces for change! Thiuk of ten.
"How do you aseount for all
"The newalpapers lid it! The'
would bIlow about the coutttry attl
tell what a town they bad, ait now
they've got it! We were doiitg
well enough, but outsiders houud
out that it was a good place, and it
they came with their pnritaiienl
notionls, and khmnoc.ked hontest inilis
try higher'n a stack of clhil! I
was opposed to the palwra, land
said they'd make Irouble, butt they
let 'em go on, and where are you
'°Do you think of going baek I
L"What's the set Tbhee's DO
trade at all. Ber)t body's honest,
and all making money fhrminlg.
r+e got a farm myself, a hundred
and eighty acres. hat that's no work
for me. Iegitimate enterprise is
"Want to sell oanr farm r" asked
the Brooklyn man. cantionsly.
t"Sell it! I'd give It away! It's
worth $50,000, and i'd take $10,000
The Brooklyn man reflected a ma
ment, and then the trade was con.
snmmated. Later on the deed was
transferred, and the Brooklyn man
went home to tell his wife.
The frontlersmlau sent the follow
*"Bnrk Indley. Role in the Wall,
Montan o: .Jnmp the Norwegian's
claim to nignt. lare sol it to a
a,.uker. and potted the clennnup.
Buy Calamity Friser's saloon for
me on thirty days. Leave on the
train to night.
Sometimes Montana bhnsinesa is
better in Brookl than in Montana,
and an able bodied liar who dlosen't
lie too hard can do a country as
much good as a whole territorial
press that overdoes the matter.
Mr. C. J. Boatner was in town
last Tnesday and Wednesd!ay. his
visit to this parish was iin the in.
terest of his candlidacy for Con.
gress. We do not know what ell
coturagetnent he received. We
were it, his company but a short
time, during which he was chiefly
entgaged in expressing his our.
prise that (tel. King haid managed
to get control of the press of the
District. lie is astonished that a
man of King's intellectual calibre
could so sonceeafuolly capture antl
hoodlwiank the newspaplers all over
the District. Mr. Butttner dleclarea
that tha" press does not reflect ihpub
lie sentiment when it argures that
King is the choice of the peole,
and he thiks thlint if he could get
a fair hearing before the people
they would drop King and send
Boatner to Washington. The trou.
hle almut this opinion of lioatner's
is that tglo many people think dif
fereI atl .
Mr. IBatrner says he is very in.
dependlent inI the. mit tel r ltand it the
D)nlaeratic party ca';n aflorl to10 I
led by such a mani as King, w hy
Ire call gracs fully accept a ilefel t.
Bult he fears the result will he a
adisrnuption iin the party and even.
tally a re.estahlishinelt of Hadtli.
caliam in our I)istri't. M.r. lBoat.
ncer's farelanlatlngs as to the welfltre
of lthn party attest onle thing at
least, al that is that he re.g;ardsl
hlimself a very formildable rival of
hlie tlistingalished Kinlg.
Sir. Boualner left Wehldnesday
eveniang for Farmerville. We learn
from him that we were misinformed
wlahen we stated last week thait he
hall been in the Western parishes.
lie hail not been over the ()Otac.hita
at all, so li, says.-.llorehoause ('Clar
There is al l ohi Itaal at Anatin,
('ol. 'ret lll mai , about 75 yearn old.
lint hean s a slr as aIttl an.1 , atil
is firnly persullled lie is thie hIandt
somest ma in il the city. lie was
present at at little sacial gathenritng
ae few igllts ago, helle the lecture
of Oscar Wilae at San Aiintlaioi
cnma up foir dlis'aNsion. It was
aio sloaaitd tiilt he was a very handI.
s nline ntan. "Oaar i ii ot onli
iallalsarme, bult hl'y say iihe c;IrriPs
a Hislol ta thioat the first naill he
sees whmu he llitiks in Ita;ttlsomer
thaai he is hilias.lt," reImalkel one
of the party. "Is that so " galuldl
4n'olota- IPrettintann, tnrtiing pale,
'Miad here I have gonte aid rthaght
a tictket to go to Sutil AtltOlliaa to
hear bio lecture."- Te.ra. /fliags.
A gettlemant is a rarer thing
thanra sonei of Ius thintk. Which of us
alt I aaiat out lwoay ac.nh in his cir
cle--nten who iel gePlerolus, whose
trutlh is cotstanllt atnd elevatel.,
who cai haatk the world hotestl.y II
the fac with sni eqAlal, manly .s m
lathy for the preat antil the smltll f
We all anlow a hulllreil whosi colats
are well madte, atnd a mswere who have
excellent maners, hnat of gentle.
lan, how many? IEt us take a
litt:e scrappofr Iaper and eeb h make
A Flaesoal AMIedN.
Theodore was a poor lad. One
day when be was very hungry be
espied a 5-cent piece on the door of
the broker's ofice, which be was
sweeping out. He had remembered
stories wherein little boys had pick
ed up a smnall piece of money, bhad.
ed it to the great mcerchaut or rich
tbanker and been immediately taken
inuto larttership. 8o Tbeolore step
ped up to the door of the broker's
private room and said:
"Please, sir, here's a 5 cent piece
I tound on the floor."
The broker looked at Theodore a
moment and then said:
"You found that on my floor, did
you And you are hungry, aren't
"TYe, sir," replied Theodore.
"Well, give it to me and get out.
I was looking aroaund for a Ipartner,
but a boy who doesn't kLnow eCough
to buy bread when he is starving
to death would make bult a sorry
broker. No, boy I can't take you
into the firm."
And Theodlore never became a
great hboker. Honesty is the best
policy, children, but it is not india
pensable to success in the brokerage
"Father," said the young man.
as Ihe leaned on his hoib, "ltheCy say
that the blanuce of trade is agin
-"They do, ell t"
"Aend that our hank reserves are
6"De tell !"
"And that railway extension has
come to a bhalt."
,Well, I de.-1rie !"
"And that the volume of secon
rities is substantially without a
"l)ear mue! Well. never! And
do they say anythicag about a teller
stopping to lean on his hoe to talk
when be might just as well talk
and hoe too "
Reuben1 looked at his hands and
The heroism of woman! how in
finitely it surlpasses that of man.
\i'ath all he'r genctleness. and teelnd'r
m''es, and nat-cral thlidlty, ill nine
cases in ten, she hats more nerve
than the other sex, in times of great
emergency. With a bleeding and
bursting heart, she is capable of
putting on the comiosufre, and
lovely serenity of an angel, hiinel.
itg up the wounds of husband or
oell, aild when he is restoreld to
health and vigor, buckling onl hii,
sword aslnew, and returnincg hin to
the battle leld. Glorious woccmeC
ct the South! what an ordeal you
h;ve plasced through, and how
hlerrically yon have stood the trying
teat. The blceal which you have
infeied into the reins of future
ge'ceratiocls will yet rise up to vin.
lic'atce yon, tand "call you bleseted."
.1Idairal Raphael &amrInea.
A Y:cllte a etlitr, SlWeu':^c of a
f.t eic rltlanory, r cImarkedl that,
if all flesh we"rc, '1 i< he niwtl he a
ladl of h.,). "1 eX1'., I ant," saidtl
ithe Imclt, "'tet' t it,. way, tile donlke. a
are lnibbling aIt me."
" )Don't you love irdls, Mtr. l'rose.
man, all their sweet little warys '
"I dco, JsIs (uhihnigtoin, dchetlc'--oa
to l'r !"
JAiEnr (C'NIPTO¶.... r...Proprietr,
Milanirc street, te'twerc MSarl't r l tandpring
THE traveling puble I,d rlegnlar hoardl.
1 rn will fiedf this home an cotufrtdle
scd wella .npplied l s the re.,nerce., ctad co n
ditin, of the ceacitry will cwrmit. The
barge aerr verr rt' snale.lr Tche Stage
St;an is kep, at this lit.cl.
I hbve alan att'hedl to Rny hotel a new
and enmmcnasont~stble,t wll.nupplited with
provender acad water sIld a god aotler aI
wesI on hand to attend tn stnoc'k.
The tralveling pablice will In twell en ivr
escall At .J. IIEYNOLtDS
CI The public are asked
to read our new and improv
ed Scheme, to be drawn in
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000
TICKETS *sly os oo. ShLare
This is the only Lottery ever voted on
and endorned by the people of any State.
Louilana State Lottery Conmpany.
Incorporated in Ikie for 25 years by the
1Lgialatnre for Edlucationn l and ('IhriRta
ble Ipurlames--a ith a Capital of $1,su.,.'vee.
to a bich a reservel fund of over $.O,tMR0
has since been added.
By an overwhelming pnpnlar vote its
franhbine was made a part of the prrmentl
nt ote Conatitutiuu adopted Deculber 2. A
ID. 1 79.
A SPLENDID OPPORTU'NITY
TO WIN A FORTUNE.
Its (Grand Single Nnmlier Drawings will
i:tk pl;icn, mnrthly. IT vrvttr SCAL.PS ti,
POS.TrPONs. l.ok at the followingchbemre:
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At NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Sept. 1I ,
IUnder the personal anpervislon and man.
Sea. 6. T. SEAURESARO, of Louisilaa,
and ean. JUSAL A. EARLY, of Vligula.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75.000.
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c110 do (100............ :Of ls,
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9 do d, ~4.. 4,.Jo
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1917 Prizes, amolnlotilng to........L26;,500
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A repreentative newspaper must nad
its way ,uro every boalures establishorent
and to every fireside around *hcbh clusters
even the oust ordinary intelligence. Is
there any qnestton lu the minds of the
people livingl iu the BSothwestern and
tihl States that the Ttlra-DnaoCRAT is
that paper that it enmbodies all of the ele
nwlat and pnassses all the qnalities that
they can expect to and io a favorite jour
The enterprise, posh and progress of the
New Orleans DrulC.eAT dorliig the past
eighteen nmuntbl have become proverbial.
Nr Journal published in the fSath bas
nlade snch progress in the name period of
time. The New O)rlranil times hba been
for nlly years recgnized as one of the
leasliig jlnrnuil|a in the' roitotrv.
The cniilhulntell i-.ler, TrHE TIMEs
Dº.ocrllAT. will enmrnelly irthe bet elerllrelte,
the highest virtles of I.1th. It will sinl
ply ee, without queistiin, the ilestl pailpr
of the tiirne-ian Inll.i. the Wte' learnic, plant-"
er, farmer. tihe family. the people, of all
classes and conllitioun." It is waste of
time to ennmerate the excellercieis of its
issues. It is the emboahinlent nl tIhe Itent
ern newspaper. Every delpartime'nt in it
has ,belen raisedl ito the high-lr't stflilinerit.
The Daily or tihe Weekly TIMrs.tigLr-i,'RAT
ahoutl retach every Ilace of tiliilen lllas. rnid
every home ini the ,outhwesternr ul and Gulf
The anitaeriptinn rates for tIhe Daily rre
as follows, paylle iii advanrce:
One year (every day).................12
Six m ontllr .. ............... .... I
Three monrth........................ 3
O nnth ................. .....-- ... I
The rates for the Weekly is as fbllewa:
()tie year (lttIrdlys) .......... .... $1 ii)
Nirx onllllths ....................· .
Three niiiti............... ................. 0
The Weekly is nrver less than 12 ,ragere
in size. aril is really the tbet and cheapest
weekly plapier published.
The Democrat's Illustrated Almanac
FPir 1'2. and
Rand-Rook of General Information.
An eli-gaut work of 12 i pages, eixd
irnies Ier size' prenite'el on ftiely tiirteel
book paper, illislrratel thooeglhly with
Irost Iibriantlfil enlgravingll; nun -orltilPt g.
tesirier, all thel ir frliratnilli pertaiiirirg toi
the eIalleudIr. tat, h tieiniil and generall Ihf.rtin
at on it1r s le'onrsnhje.rts.l i'asp'cially ,rp
on the p litiittenl i rland t isirriins. pol.Ila
lion. irire e irmeila. tue firiSt lt M Drill rnr -
pal; re rinr, of tpast eliectli. s. I prre triras.
railruadts. g.eological formaDttirons, eli., io
the Statesn f Il.niiiania. T,.xai. Akh.,str.
Tennes.see. Missrisillppi. Alhama, anr rl Flor
ida. will be mailed free. pois ,*:e Ipr,'- rr.,
to every sinl,scril,er of the Daily or W 1rk
ly TtIlr:aI') e ,(r eI i.
8-nl renrltlanclll in registered letter,
postal order or dr:it. at our risk.
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to THlE TIME$.I)DEM(IttRAT.
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F. ENDO W'S LIVERY , TAlLE,
EST of attention given stock by expe
Southern Carriage Nanufaetory.
The nitilerigitid taken plieasure in rn...
ing kenown that he is prepnared to nianuifar
tnre or repair Carriages. ltnggies, Wagomn.
llacks.etc. Ready trade wrrk always on
hand. R. F lt .M.
liSTnee Irn.. Anie t .1~o. l0 tv.
I sr eatals eýAvs gvie
i .i q M seq tl y a ds..0
esses j sm rer a sslesd met's.
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AN e9aeorppmupp sam~LI)~~
sqW O pm 91pw
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uverlnor, 8. D. tj
Lient. Uovernor, 0. L. %
Secretary of State, W. A. b
Atturney General, W. C. 1CA,
Auditor Pub. Aets., ALLEN t
Treasnrer, E. A. ht'
up. Pub. Eduction, E..
Chief Jostles, E. E. BEtYiL,
Associates, C. E. tIl.
" W. M. I E,
" n. B. 10D
F. P. POC. i
United States Senator, W. P. KELLOIW
B. F. J0I11,
Representative, 5th Die.. J. FLOYD m110.
Itt1 Jtleltal Ditriets
District Judge, E. M. ORARAI.
Attorney, A. BAREKSIIAL.
tOth SatertrIal Dlstrlet
Senator, J. D. WATES
J. C. VANCE
Representatlve, A. L. ATRIg,
J. R. PRIjyg
mlerk Diet. Court, DREW FEROI'sO.
Sheriff, J. H. M. TAYLO1
Tax AsUessor. W. J. I I ll
Parleb Trearurer, J. A. fIYk.IjOI
" Physiciau, S. R. RIC'RAylOl3
C'orner, 8. R. RIC(HAP1O0I'
Parish Surveyor, B. R. COLEMAN.
POLICes JRT nOAID:
Ward 5, T. D. MEADOWS. Pint.
1, R. J. HAlT
, W. L. OAlltI
,W. S. COPELAIID
4, JOHN MILLII Jo'
5, J. W. McFAIIllAD'
6, T. W. IO'AID'
7, L. R. Iu'
Clerk of Board. J. I. RAMUEl'
WARD OVrIC3Rl :
WHar.' 1, Jeustice, J. I. BAUII,
C(onstable, C. H. THOMPSO1,
Ward 2, Juemtere, E. O. CHILIG1II,
Cotutable, W. H. MeRhANl.
Ward 3, Justice, J. A. BROO05.
Consltable, JOHN GIIIMON.
Ward 4, Justice. .1I. . l(IIA~ i }llO,
tuneatahle, 1'I I. AI LAbi 1l
Ward n5. J.tice. R. J. HRIDGIES
('u ntchle, W. . '..LLIlIl
Ward f,. .lJtie, .1. U. COPELAND
('.cntai' le.., D. J. HICKi,
Warde 7..lastice, J. FERGUK.SO,
J. W. WILLIS,
('cnet:hile, R. P. HAI:ntIL,
J. W. HlAPRIS,
Ward r. .lnstie', D. A. J. ('A ATHURSW
('onetahle. JESSE ATCOCI.
Roard of Rehool Director.
G. (G. (;ILL, Pr,.midemt,
.1. II. C(IIAPPELL, Serretery.
Ii T 1.EI)ElItl-TER, L. A. C(llMICK,
II. A. McFAHI.AN). T. IllRtI iEMAN,
W. D. HESTER.
Town of Homers
Mluyor. J. E. BLUIE.
Schlertmen, 0. 0. OILL
8. Y. GLAI NET,
"I. A. BRILGEL
SW. W. ARBIt(LF,
J. R. RAMNEI,
M-arshal, A. C. JONES.,
Clerk. J. R. RAMFII.
Tmasurer, D. W. HARRII
1'2. NEW YORK, 11t.
ThIe SIN ftr Ir'12 will make its flfteent
; mann ,l t, elltl(,e Illl'der tIb preset aSS
Mg,'me t ,laisc~.i .ml ein.es. fcr all, tig
m. liittle, owle'. l n dh i gr time smlu Utrated
nl unhappy.mlVR.l mIe.lhh an and s eeD
eratic. dielra~ed lu lndl virilnlu, iutelligest
mIi oIet It set . Tlie . t .i'N liblt ils orl Ie
kind wuni in stk td of rtr, I -,art: lit
Lictel anti nlenceluecleet ma t latergll
eIts K tl ilepm e im te.t fl c wit. ed. Ilmtd,
"hm v ' .t m i-t llime eeem . i l-eeltimre *l
n.iw kLnd. II die.arsh, |it I any ni lef Bw
m;I:l a cllllltlcllefm ° it ile uprli nuou.lt . werld
aleit plil.ne s al j t llll lmO nt. It nsder
tnuk teo repo'rt ite a hieeal, .netit t, s1er1s
, nlllllIallll1t a iy ll the newsl f ethewIle
Ilnclletlrng lo a t i eelrof humai n interlest, s d
Ieontmeting upol n Malirae with liThe far
lre.--me .m f m holmthe independence. 'le
ene ect ,f ehis ipe-e'rirm, ht w as the saea
of littre: x S. It in et. d i a prassllll
"ic'le ge Ith. th ,!.e .ef Almt iect *re"sepsI l
p,,ee . EtI ey iul'-ereatntt jouIteual lestblistl
Iemt inl lhi. ce mtniiltr in Ihe tir(lll erln pest
ime. I.n r, nm..l4lih h1 after Tilt SIN. Elrty
Iiinpoitant jelimiienl nlreilady raiiieg l
.e.e.nt mwelitil ino li heIterred by the f(eI
OIf TtE it:l' r '* erx nipler
Tilt. `"'N of Iht ill he the enemrie ut
.1,.k.. I.irItI I lichng, i ntd ietrrepr ti gie t"
liv- i liberal ie oif the means whirbil
ae.nnlinit lprospelrity afflotds, we als
m keece. ct i e~tter thim elmr eeforr.
W etr eh i t print il tlie Ierw. pnttlfr It
inei ref'cidihl. shnla . nmoed te.asuriepit lie
pimrtmmtce'.. ne t lI the tradiional ardelirftl,
hilt b iblr I reil interrest lt the Iteople. li"
etner frotem i'rintleg Iilnemem Squalere isal1
ite,. first r l .onsillrtion with l11RI 51
Wihenever mleytillg hIapprMn iotlh I
ptrtillg twe ge. tIle pmrtirnlirmr. hrbet
it leappres in IHmoLkll c or in ptlklha.
In Immlltirs we hlave delidred ol mlli'
neld lare mwertelrtnlcd Ito rpreu tberiel
clillellncr e tiam t ran lee nidrl.lltOmd. Tm
Ser- let we. thilck aton l men eld evrrt'
SThatlc hhlit im the only M-etme of 13l3 tI\
Tet Wh alv, Str, t gihers la
neas the im.met mnleter ofl the revel dil
iais.ec . An Aglrillenierel Di.ptirtelst *l
"emi .qmemlled nllerit. fnll lairliet rIre-, I.E t
m ilcerni pre mrotlien of lim t rile . ar'. n
Sntlt l.tmeemtirfe thtelligelne e er'p elefP
lFr'KI.Y St.g. ltd make. i the Ie.t le? "
enpe.r ftir ttc1m tte Ine ntheuseld thatl wI
Wh,'eic h et kmc low arl reid nlil*
Teem ~ltare ma St". e'cerle mmmnlrr eel ab
i , nm G llee l em .e imc rtirti lt ite. t?.
It.le tleme leest I c ,ioetrir et the' el ir. P ,
Ilel..tteeer ,em.,,hc tee fill a gimme!t ciced ltMo
entl ielneiten l noeree slried eted eneterll
ijet tiecn nne temk. teig er lit' tm-P
If meet ii,.,i eel n nt t.swstaplraM
he th-aies ameem. sm-eic) fr TilE : I i".
lne termetns re r .r llafo.as:
Finr the, dil ht PIr. a fomntr up•y
twemmnty-eight relnilntm, the price hr
nrot plid. is ri ectar a mnth, teeL.
'ar; ar. Iinelninm the Senemlr .Pie .*
mirhl-nparee llert of fity-rsi etolPWee
retire is Srte.ent.s per mWwetb,r cl.lOa170
The lnndle eilltlnm nf TWt ,* i
nrni~rle mleparately at Ol.30 * 74,41
'The tite mf the Wlrmr. frar.
•a-lmg. flIfv-.Jl eelnmtt. il $| 5 yer.
can nplid. Feor elnal ma tell SPdS
we artl1 end at extra crpv f .
Prblieher olf TIh , S l- .rfe