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DEMONSTR v. I 4 IN ANDERSON COUNTY HAS BEEN RECOMMENDED BY DELEGATION $500 THE AMOUNT This in Addition to Fund For Giris' Club Work and Roth rock's Deficit The Anderson County delegation to the general assembly has consented to recommend an appropriation for agri cultural work in Anderson County, but the amount to be appropriated is $300 less than the amount asked for, or $noo net. In addition to this appropriation, the delegation will recommend one for carrying on the girls' tomato nod canning club work in the county, line delegation will also recommend an appioprlation of $400 to make up a deficit in the salary of J. W. Roth rock, who served as farm demonstra tor for the county last year. As will bo recalled, Prof. W. W. Long. State agent of the farmers co operative demonstration work request ed on appropriation of $800, to bo used with an appropriation from the national government and Clemson College to place an agricultural ex pert in-Anderson County/ Last Tues day Prof. Long and Secretary Porter A. Whaley of the chamber of com merce appeared before the delega tion in Columbia In the Interests of tho appropriation. When informel last night of the fact that the iele galion had agreed on an appror/lt. tlon of $500, Mr. Whaley stated that ' lille this was not the full amount asked for, he was delighted to know that it would be made, and that it would be sufficient to meet the purposes for rhlch lt is intended. The supply'MU was put in final Jiape yesterday oy the delegation and ie Rems for farm demonstration* ..ork, the deficit In the salary of Mr. I room houee, N. McDuffie St tJSjOO room house, Calhoun Si. .. 25.00 room hon'se, W. Market St. .. 16.00 room house, Ligen St..15.00 room house, N. McDuffie St 15.00 Boom house, Bose HUI..*.. OM i room house, W. Church St .. 12.00 room house, Webb St.. .. 15.00 room house, Bose HOI,. .. 15L5G ?room house, W. Market St 15.00 house, McCully St... .. 1&50 ?rn boase, Murray Ave... .. 10.00 house, Welch Ave... .. HMM) house, Bose HUI.. .: 12X0 Investment Co. .MOS. IV, CARTWRIGHT, Manager BenUng Dept sucdiass] Comee io Hsn? Who opens a Savings account ?nd adds to lt regularly. ,f .'. ' Be ts In. a position to lake advantage of opt jmrfonKJes wheit pre. sented. Hu The Rtrosgest Bask I? tie County. ION FOR ATION WORK Rothrock and the girls' club work were included. Other counties, notably Greenville and Spnrtanburg, have made similar approprlaUon8, and the delegation felt that the good results to be ob tained from such practical and expert supervision of the agricultural inter esta of the county would fully Justify this expenditure. Just at this time the problem of crop diversification makes the employment of a demon strator of peculiar value to thc coun ty. DISCUSS THE GERMAN THREAT (CONTINUED FROM PACB ONE.) gated for the treatment of neutral ships thc? and something of the same character Is expected in the present situation. High officials here did not believe, as some German papers have intimat ed, that the German government In tends deliberately to destroy neutral vessels in tbe war cone. Fules of In ternational law call for careful search of a neutral vessel to determine how much of its cargo ia contraband, and even Uien, the ship can be destroyed only in rare emergencies and on the assumption that it would have been condemned as & -rizo. While in many quarters Germany's action was referred to as a "blockade'' designation of a war zone technically ls an entirely different matter. Neu tral vessels under a blockade are ab solutely forbidden from entering the blockaded areas, but under German's proclamation, there ia no penalty or ?bstacls directly placed against -pas sage of e.,neutral ship through the ?one. A neutral vessel enters the dangerous area at Its own risk, how ever. The situation ls somewhat inalagous to the mine-strewn fields of he North Sea, through destruction by i submarine whose nationality could mt be ascertained would differ in legal consequences from explosion of a con tact mine, responsibility for trie lay 'ng ot which might never be fixed. The German admiralty's notice, it waa contended at the German embaa *y,sis the natural result of the Brit ish attlt udo towards foodstuffs In tended for Germany. While the em bassy had received no advices sup plementing the text of the order, lt was made platn that the intention of the order, as understood here, ls to prevent entrance of food Into Eng land. The German understanding ?eems to be, it was explained, that Great Britain purposes not only to stop the food cargo on the Wilhel mina, but to seize other cargoes. 1 While none of . tho neutral embas sies and legations had instruction from their governments, it was sug gested by some diplomats that it wat unlikely any change would be made lu the general policy of protesting in specific cases only. The possibility of .i Joint protest by neutrals waa dis cussed Informally, but without official sanction. The Nether landa minister tomorrow will confer with state department of ficials to ascertain tho probable action of this government. Officials at the legation characterized the situation as extremely serious for all neutrals whore ships ordinarily pass through tho danger zone and especially for Holland, whose entire coast line ts af fected. B* IL 8HUMAN DEAD. Prominent Lawyer of Greenville and an Honored Citizen. GREENVILLE. Feb. 5.-Mr. B. M. Shaman, a loved and honored citizen ot Greenville died this morning at a 1:15 o'clock, after an illness of sev eral weeks. Death* came nt hts home. 404 Westfield street, members of his family and several of his kindred be ing present at tho time. Mr. Shaman wag president of tho board of trus tees of the Greenville Woman's Col lege, and In other way? was a promi nent citizen of Greenville. He wau formerly a member of the,State legis lature. Mr. Shuman was a lawyer, and since 1884 has practiced his pro fession in Me city ot G reen ville. Wants Application of Lever Act Deferred Wilmington Chamber of Com merce Passes Resolutions to That Effect. (Ry AMOCUIOJ Preas.1 WILMINGTON. N. C., Feb., C.-Re citing that tbe financial position of the South has been wonderfully Im proved and strengthened by the ad vance in. cotton of more than a cent and a half per pound and that lt ls significant that this advance has come since the reopening of the New York cotton exchange, In view of the reform of tho exchange contracts and the re moval of the abuses.with which the exchange has been charged, so that Gie exchange now fairly reflects true market values and it would be unfor tunate, perhaps calamitous to Inject any element which would disturb the situation, Gie Wilmington chamber of commerce today forwarded to fhe State's representatives in congress a resolution unanimously adopted, ask ing that inasmuch as the government has not yet formulated regulations for the application of Ute Lever act, ef fective February 1ft, that tho opera tion of the bill be doferred tn the dis c/ellon bf the secretary of agriculture. . Read "Public May Forget You're tn fra the great Automobile Manufacturer-in Sunday's Intelligencer. * ELECTRIC CIT! * _ * Items of Interest ?nd Persons ? t Wireless on tito St .Muy Hare Been Bent on Bobbery. Attracted late Thursday nigbt while! at work In the local office of the ] Southern Express company by some one fumbling at the side door ot the office, ono ot the officials, with pis tol in hand, started out to ascertain < who the party could be that approach ed that part of the house and at that j time ot the night. The expresa clerk barely cracked the door in order to j get a peep at the person on the out side, and immediately upon seeing that someone was on .the inside of the building the would-be Intruder leaped' off the plut'orm and rushed down the street in th ; direction of the Blue Ridge Railroad yards, disappearing so j quickly in the darkness the express official could not determine whether he wasa white man or v. negro. Dr. Ki un rd to Tench The Baruca Class. Announcement was made yesterday j that President James P. Kinard of the Anderson College will teach the Ma raca Class of the First Baptist Church Sunday school on next Sunday morn ing. A full attendance of members is urged. -o No Session of Recorder's Court. There was no session of the record er's court yesterday for the very ex client reason that there were no de fendants to' come before the bar of Justice. It was late in the afternoon, too, before any arrests were made by tho police, and the only one which had l^een made up to 8 o'clock last night was in a case of alleged larceny. New Blackboard For This School. Gradually rural schools of Ander son County are Installing modern equipment. The latest school to take a step in this direction is the Hope well school, which received yesterday through the office 'of County Superin tendent of Eudcation J. B. Felton I gome new blackboards for the school rooms. The boards are made of a composition which makes them as j smooth as tho slate boards and in 'vt ry way a.j satisfactory. Tenth Week of \ Rain Rounded OaU Saturday,.February 6, will round out the tenth week of rainy weather Anderson County has, according to a| statement yesterday by County Sup ! ?rvieor J. Mack King, who has kept J ! tab on the antics, of J. Pluvlus probably closer than any other utan In the county, with the exception ot the United States weather observer. I H. H. Russell. The excessive rains j have, ot course, Interfered seriously with the road work In the county. Commissioners to Get Their Pay. W. H. Maubfield of Belton yesiw? lay telephoned The Intelligencer that ! the election commissioners who served %t a special election held In 1913 tor he purpose of electing a successor to Representative J. Mack King would ,'*occlve pay for their Services in that j election now within a few days." Mr. ' Mansfield stated that, he had taken the natter up with Senator Sherard and hat the latter*had written him that 'ne appropriation for paying tho elec tion commissioners would be made at j his session of the legislature. -o Prosecutors Hare Withdrawn Cases. After a petit jury in the court ot j xeaeral sessions bad acquitted C. W. R'dlln on charges ot disposing of property under lien, prosecutors in j the case, who are also prosecutors in two other warrants lodged against the same man, came before the magistrate 1 and asked that the warrants be with drawn. This was done. Roi in was. scheduled to come before Magistrate Broad well on February IC for trial on charges of disposing of'some' corn, which, lt was alleged, was undar lien. Thursday Rolin was bound over to the court of general sessions on charges ot disposing of one. bale of cotton under lien. 0 Lectures Are "Drawing Crowds. The illustrated lectures on religion?' subjects which are being given at the mill villages of Anderson under the auspices of the extension department of the Young Men's Christian asso ciation, are growing in interest. The j second lecture ot the series was given | Tuesday night at Gluck Mill and Wed nesday night at Bethel church. To- ; night the lecture will be given at the j Brogon Mill. The subject ot the lec ture to be givca tonight ls 'With John G. P?tir?. Among the Cannibals." Boy C>arted -Wttlt>-~ Stealing PIs?oL Charged'with stealing a pistol, the property of Mr. 8am Hutchinson, a negro named Leo Watt was arrested yesterday afternoon, and lodged In the city guardhouse. Watt wah employed by a man who yesterday hauled the household effects of Mr. Hutchinson from his former home, on Murray avenue, to the Blue Ridge Railway freight yards, where they were loaded in a car to be taken to Walhalla, where Mr. Hutchinson will make hts home in the future. While the house, hold effects were being niovsd Leo Watt, lt ls stated, stole the pistol. Hts ease will be brought before the re corder this morning. Mr. B, I* Kay fe Somewhat Better. Friends of Mr. R, L. Kay. who was Sis ta* a month at his hom* at S3? Welch aveline with a severe case of la grippe, wilt be ?teased to learn that he is much Improved. Mr. Kay has had rather a severe time td it and hts man? .friend- ;.-;>.? to . .nifully red ai<d >. shortly. h ****** * *** * ? * i ? SPARKLETS . ' ? ? * 1 Mention Caught Over tho * Mri* of Anderson * t ** *********** Dlstsrbaaee In Barber Shop Last Night. Bush Adams, a well known barber ot the city employed at a shop on West ^Whltner street, waa arrested last night and charges of drunkenness, fighting and disorderly conduct lodged against bim. Adams and C. D. Hudson became involved In a difficulty in the latter's barber shop which resulted In Adams being arrested. The trouble was brought on, it is stated, by Mr. Hud son reprimanding Mr. Adams on ac count of his behaving in the barber ! sbop. Words ensued between the two men, snd in tue course ot the diffi culty Mr. Hudson tossed a chunk of alum at Mr. Adams. The missie went wide of the mark and crashed through a plate glass window in front of the shop. The Incident occured shortly before 7 o'clock and ' a considerable crowd of pedestralns along the'street at that hour were attracted by ii. o Creamery Roule To Be Selected. Dairy Agent D. W. Watkins of Clemson College IB scheduled to meet at ll o'clock today at the chamber of commerce those farmers of the county ..vho have agreed to furnish cream for the,new creamery route to be estab lished at Anderson. At the meeting scheduled for today lt ls proposed to map out tho route, select a driver for the wagon, place orders ter cream separators aud transact any other matters incident to the perfecting of plans for thc route. Short Strike nt ?~ Uluek Mills. There was a strike of about one hour's duration among the weavers of tho Cluck Mills yesterday morning, which came about as tho reBult of a misunderstanding. It seems that the weavers were circuiting among them selves a petition asking for an in crease in pay of 1 per cent per cut. This petition was written by J. W. Neale. Mill officials learned ot the petition and were informed that Neale was responsible for it Surmising that he was attempting to bring atout a strike, the mill authorities discharg ed Neale. Whee this was dono the weaving force of the mill, with two or three exceptions, walked out and went to the office and asked that Neale be reinstated. When the mili officials learned that Neale was not respon sible for the petition he was put back to work. The weavers then returned ^o then* looms. ? Mr. Watson Stood Operation Welt , Information received In Anderson yesterday from the bedside of Hon. J. Belton Watson at Columbia, where he Was operated on Thursday was to the effect that he stood the operation well. Mr. Watson did not have such a rest ful night following the operation, but yesterday his condition was satisfac tory. His friends throughout the coun ty will be pleased to know that he s'?od the operation well. -o-- ? Dr. J. J. Otean Goes To YorkvUle. . Dr. J. J. Qlenn who has been prac ticing medicino at Sandy Springs for the past few years has gone to York ville, where he will pursue his calling In future. Helsa son of the Hon. W. H. Glenn and a graduate of the Medi cal College of South Carolina. Dr. Olenn ls a young man of unusual ability, both Intellectually and In the practice of medicine, and ls bound to make good in his new home. He has scores of friends throughout the coun ty who wish for him the highest suc cess in hts new field. -o Miss Picken Wrote Story of Dorothy. . Through an error the beautiful story of the Revolution which appear ed in The Intelligencer of the 4th inst was credited to Miss Belle Douglass Pickett The latter name should havo been Picken. Mist Pickell bas been writing under a hom de plume, but In this case she used her real name with the result that the printer gave credit to Miss Pickett It will ba interesting ti? the readers of The Intelligencer to leam that Mids Pickell has promised another one ?f her charming produc tions >n Ute near future. ^WHIPPED TO A FRAZZLE" is what . Theodore Roosevelt would say. Yes, we were the people who .made 'em come down to * $s.oo B-U-T we sell the gen uine Blue Gem Block Coal at this price, and not the inferior Round Coal. "There's a Difference" J. Wyatt Phone No. 182. COURT OF SESSIONS ADJOURNS SINE DIE! THREE CASES ALL ALIKE DIS POSED OF LAST DAY OF TERM _.. ALL ACQUITTALS Defendant* Were Charged With Disposing of Property Under The spring term of tho court of I general sessions for Anderson count* r.dourned sine die yesterday afternoon a few minutes prior to 6 o'clock, hav ing been In session pince last Mon-uy morning, it was probably the short est regulir term cf the court of | general sesslonb for ?hin county on record. The closing day cf "mrt was taken 1 up with the trial of throe minor cases, the hearing ot appeals in a number of cases brought up from ? municipal and magisterial courts and a brief session of the court of com mon please, during which timo a num-1 ber of mattera with reference to the j civil side ot the court were trans acted. Upon tiie convening of court yester day morning at 9:30 o'clock the case j or the State against C. W. Rijon, In dicted for disposing of property nuder lien, was taken up. A jury was drawn and trial of the case entered upon immediately. After hearing the issues j of the case, a verdict of not guilty wes | returned. . The second case taken up yesterday was that of the State against J. M. Meeks, charged with disposing of property under Hen. This case was I also tried by a jury and resulted in the defendant being acquitted. The third and last case taken up waa that against C. A. Shaw, charged with disposing of property under | Hen. The jury in his case also re turned a verdict of not guilty. At 5:40 o'clock Presiding Judge! Frank B. Gary ordered the court of | common pleas convened for a few minutes, during which time he con sidered a number of. matters ot a civil nature. This consumed the re mainder of the afternoon and a few minutes before the hour ot six the court was ordered adjourned sine die. The Day In Congress | WASHINGTON, Feb. 6-SENATE: Battle over (the administration ship bill resumed. Investigation of senatorial cam paigns In Illinois and Pennsylvania and other States from which, charges may "be brought, recommended by flections committee. Recessed at 4:30 p. m. to noon Mon-, day. . HOUSE: Debate on the naval bill resumed with the building program under consideration. ? Passed naval appropriation bill. Adjourned at 7:53 p. m. to ll a. m. Saturday. o o o o o oooooooooooOoo o o e EUREKA NEWS o 4. O Mrs. M, T. Breaxeale after spending a month with the home folks has re turned to her home, Mt. Olive, N. C. Mrs. J. McMahan and children are spending a while at her father's, P. B. Gentry. Mrs. McMahan has been right sick but ls netter now. Miss Stacy Shirley of Central ls the guest of her cousin, Miss Cora Shir ley. The mission study class, "The Child In the Midst," Is meeting regularly every Thursday at Mr. W. L. Ander son w. The inclement weather has badly interfered with Sunday school. Wo have be*? unable "to meet for two successive Sundays. Misses Maggie Anderson and Mar guerite Adams spent the week-end with Mrs B. B. Breasoale. . We have had considerable chang ing around. Mr. Hastings Hammond bas moved near Prospect church. Tom Hammond to Calvin aambrell's, Mr. Butler Griffin to Plckens. To these places have come Messrs. Allen, King and Teasler. The day school ft moving on nicely. The enrollment ls not so large since Messrs. S. Ai Bums and Cliff Martin have roofed away. Misses Carlington were at our school lost week tb organize a tomato club. MV*. Jas. A. Shirley ls visiting her daughter, Mrs. i?eld McCrary of Aut un. DR, BROUGHTON GOUS TO KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 6.-Dr. Len O. Brouagpb, formerly of < At lanta, Ga, whWesigned the pastorate of Christ church, London. Eng.. yes terday has accepien* a call to tba pas torate of the Firm Baptist church, this city. His acceptance castta^by1 cable today. j WHY HAIR FAU3 OUT f Dandruff causes a feverish Irrita tion; of the scalp, the hair roots shrink, loosen and then tho hair comes out last. To stop falling bair ot once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a 25-cent bottle of Dancerlne at any drug store, tear a. little In your hand .and rub well Into the scalp. Af tor a few ap plications all dandruff dtsappearnliatt the hair stops coming out SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Ia what nahes our business good. Toa maj gain a little here* there ead yonder, hut taking ear goods all the way through, from meath to month, you will find that the quality and price cannot be beat We ran supply TOUT table nita more geed things to eat than any store In Anderson. 6 In addition to everything you call for In table luxuries, we bare Hog and Beef Brains, Liter Sausage, Spare Bibs, Pork Chops and Souse Meat, Liver, Yeal Chops and Steaks. Pork Sausage, Hamberger and Frankferters, West Point Oys? ten and Fresh Fish. LIV K AND DRESSED POULTRY. . Yon can help us by 'phoning In your order early every more* lng. Phono 182. W. A. POWER aie SOUTH MAIN SAM HARPER, Manager. DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY With us, and then we will lend you money when you need it. Interest Paid on Deposits. The Farmers and Merchants Bank end The Farmers Loan & Trust Co. ANDERSON, S. C. Combined Resources a Little the Rise of One Million Dollars E. A. Smythe, ?. ?. Sullivan, . F. Watson, J. D. Hammett, H. A. Orr, |J. J. Major, ' Thoa. C Jackson, tiUR DIRECTORS: Geo. W. Evans, W. Laughlin, J. C. Harris, Foster L. Brown, J. B. Douthlt, H. G. Witherspoon, J. J. Major, J. R. Tandlver. HALF YOUR LIVING FROM YOUR GARDEN Big Saving to Farmer and City Man la Possible Through Home Grown Vegetables Atlanta, Ga.-(8 pee lal.)-The farm er who makes and keeps going this year a real home garden, will save fully one-half the money he has neon In the habit of paying the supply mer chant for hlB food supplies. The man with a back yard city lot, turned Into a garden, can save on his living ex lenses in the same proportion. The men In the city has been hit by the war just as hard as the man in the country, and here in Atlanta the Agricultural Committee of Gie Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, of which H. O. Hastings Is chairman, 1B actively en? ccuras&g the KS?*? yard vl?y garden as sae of the most effective stepB in solving the problem of living. One AL lan tan made S160 worth of vegetables hut year on less than one-sixteenth of ad acre. , Others nave been encourag ed to try it, and this spring will see Atlanta full of home gardens. "The farmers ot the South, in my opinion," Mr. Hastings said, "have well learned the lesson of Gie cotton crisis, and I believe they are going to keep it learned. They realise now as never before that they must nuke cotton their servant tnstead ot their master, and making food crops ls Gae only wsy to do lt. "The first big step toward the solu tion of this problem is the home gar den-an all-the-y?*r-roiind garden one that ls kept busy growing food for the table every month in thc year. A garden like Gils means a saving of half the living expense of any family; lt is worth more as a money saver Utan any five acres of cotton ever grown. "City families pay fancy prices for vegetsbles und other food products which the farmer can have on his ta ble without the expenditure of a dol lar, and this would mean to the farm ers of the South an aggregate saving of millions of dollars they are now paying out annually for food supplies, that might be turned Into bank ao counts.** How Mr. Davis Get Rid e! a Bad Cough. "Some timo ago ? had j*, very bad cough" writes Lewis T. Davis. Black water, Del. "My brother McCabe Davis gave me a Small bottle 'of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After taking Uils I bought bait a dozen bot tles ot it but only used one of them as the cough left me and I have not been troubled since." Obtainable every where. HOW WE LAUNDER YC'dR SHIRTS We launder men's ncgllgoo shirts a little better than most; laundries do-a little more the way you want yours laundered. We give them a careful wash ing, starch them without stick-/ lng up the sleeves and body, with surplus starch and we iron them so they fit and look like new. We shape the cuffs to flt your wrists, and give them a firm, stiff finish, and Iron their edges smooth. You'll like this work; Try it. ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY THOSE HO. 7. WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS; It anyone owes you money fur us an itemized written statement the accoun t WE GET THE MONEY If you owe anyone money, we wil help yon pay the debt by Our Mutual Loan r?an. Our "Indian" will call ott slow pay| era and collect bad debts. That ls his business. MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY 105 1-? W. Benson St Anderson, 3. c. CDT THIS OUT ?iOW ; If you don't want lt today, you maj next week. Send thia advertisement and 5 conto to Foley & Co., Chicago Ill., writng your name and oddresi clearly. Yon-receive in ret?rn tiire? trial packages-Foley's Honoy anti Tar Compound for coughs, colds;: croup and grlppo; Foley Kidney Pills, for weak or disordered kldneyf. or bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablets; a niP_H??ni-1 -??i?o!e??onis c?csn^wg'r purgative, just tho thing for winter'* sluggish bowels and torpid liver These well known standard remedios' for salo .bgrjr^jur^ffl CALOMEL IS MERCI ACTS ON LIVE "BrtssB'i Uwr Tew" Starts YOST Lber B?ter Tin Calcael Iii Doesi't Silhtte or Makfi YOB ? Listen to me? Take no mot? sick ening, salivating caloma! when WI iou? or constipated Don't lose s day's work I Calomel In - mercury or mticksilrcr which ?SUM? necrosis of thc. bones. Calomel, when lt ?mies Into contact With sour bilo crashes int? ii, breaking it up. Th(s ia when you fee) that awful nausea and cramping. If yon are eiug f^Isli and "all knocked ont,"' if your iver ia torpid and bowels ooratipatcd or you h?.\f headache, dizaine ita, . tongue, if breath-ia bad or stomach sear! just take a spoonful af harmless Dod?} son's lone oft my tfuarsntt*. J IRYI S? SICKENS! I Here*? my f*?ara?tee*-fto to nny drna fi rtsre and get a 50 cent bottle of Hods JB eon*? Liver Tone. Toke n i,pootiiu| Un Bl night arni if it doesn't utraighlon votf fl right np and make yon foe! fine Ii; ..igorou? by morning I want you to RU Sj back io the atore and got your monev. w Dodson'* Liver Tbn'e ia des?royin-.-. th- 9 salo of cnhmu-1 because it is rad Uv. v fl medicine; entirety vegetable tbwc?ore. i-: fl caa not salivate or make .you ?Sci:. fl ; finaran tee that o:->e spoonful of IV son's Lirar Tone will put '.iver to work and clean v. > tbst 'soar bile and con'stjpkfe*] wsei which is clogging-vour svttr. g ?og y<?? SB a botfle of DbdfttfhN k?6|i "mr ( ni h ^i^fjUffljyj^ rnonths. titre it 1n>youf*?h>! harmless: doeant gripe wwi ' .