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VOLUME XXXIV—NUMBER 28 , LAUKINBURQ. N. a. THURSDAY, JULY IE WU tLH^PER VEA^WADvSST
MR. SIMEON GIBSON AND SIST
ER, MRS. W. T. PATE, OF GIBSON
Brother ud Water of Prominent Family Anawer Final Summon. Friday
and Saturday of Lam Week—Well Known In Thia Section—Buried
Saturday and Sunday In Family Hurylng Ground a.
Mr. Simon Gibson died Friday af
ternoon, July 7, at about 2 o’clock »l
his homo just across th« line, in Marl
boro county, South Carolina. He was
07 years of age and had been in poor
health for several years. Mr. Gily
son suffered a stroke of paralysis
about live years ago, from which be
never recovered. For the past three
year* he had been confined to his bed.
An iron constitution and unusual vi
tality enabled him to keep up the
. fight egainst disease and death for
Funeral service* were conducted
Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock from
tha home end were la charge of his
pastor. Rev. G- W. Davis, assisted by
Rev. W. H. Brown, Rev. O. W. Mc
Manus, Rev. 1. N. Clegg, and l»r.
Nash of Hamlet. Tho la term cut waa
at the Gibeon family cemetery, Aa
unusually large crowd attended the
funeral. The flora] offerings were
most beautiful and profuse, attesting
the high esteem In which Mr. Gibson
Mr. Gibeon was a member of tho
Methodist church and of tha Masonic
order. In 1886 he represented Marl
bore county in the South Caroline
legislature. For a number of years
he was engaged In business at Gibeon,
this county, end waa well and favor
ably known throughout this section.
Surviving are the widow and five
children: Mrs. W. E. Caldwell of
Dillon, S. C.; Mrs. C. L. Moody of
Nichole, 8. C.; Mrs. C. D. Bain of
Dunn, N. C.; J. B. Gibson, an attor
ney, of Dfllon, 8. C.; and Mias Jana
Gibeon at borne.
Mr. Gibeon was a successful farmer
and business man, sad held the aa
team and friendship of a large ae-,
queintanra. Though a cituen of
South Carolina, be was wall known in
Mile coanty through business and
family connections. He waa a pa
tient suffer si throughout the long
period of his illness.
Mr*. W. T. nu.
Mr*. W. T. Pate of Cibeoa, a aiatar
of Mr. 8imeon Gibson, died Sunday
morning about 1 o’clock following a
stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Pate had
been in poor health for some time, and
Her death, while not altogether unex
pected, brings a groat sorrow to her
family and friends. Mrs. Pate was
up and a bis to be about bar boms
Saturday and retired Saturday night
in her usual health. About 11 o'clock,;
her husband, Dt. W. T. PaU, who -was
sleeping In an adjoining room, hear,
tag a noise in her room, went to her
•ad found her lying on the floor by
the tide of bar bed. Celling the son.
Dr. James Pate, who was steeping up
stairs, it waa found that the mother
waa In a very serious condition, being
ttaaMe to apeak. Death followed In
about an hoar.
Tho funeral was held from the heme
Sunday afternoon at 6 o’clock. Tbs
•erriosa wore coadacted by bar pas
tor, Bev. W. H. Brown at the Mam
Methodist church, assisted by Dr.
Nash of Hamlet, a former pastor.
The remains were laid to rest la the
family burying ground, in the pres
ence of a large crowd at Borrowing
friends end relatives.
Mrs. Pate wm a good woman, a
loving wife and mother, and will be
sadly mimed by them who knew bar
boot. She la survived by a husband
mad three ssat: Dr. James Pate of
Cheat Md Messrs. William and
Thoasas Pate, who are at betas.
Lnw far Northern Trip.
Mae Cladya Covington aad Mia*
lad* Bin* left last weak far a tear
of tha New England States aad Can
ada. Tha trip will ha eoadnctod by
the Gattla Toorieto* Agency and will
Ineiade atapa at Beaten, Niagara
Falla, Quebec and fcthar Nartharn
potato. Mlaa Covington recently wen
tlda trip la the Chari otto Ohaarrar
aenteet and la taking the trip at tha
aapwiaa af that paper and ht aonpay
with a party af ■aacaatfal contact
•at* at tha State. Mm Blgga pa
along with the party la order to enjoy
tha pteawiroi af each a trip la aaaa
party with friend*.
Dr. Baherta an Meat aad MOh la
Dr. O. A. Roberto of A. A M. Cel
lath BaMgh. waa in tha aity teat
weak and aado a talk batata the beard
•(akknMaWafeaedar night an meat
VIOLATED THE GALLON LAW.
T*» North Carolinians Go! I.iquor at
McCoH aa4 Beneettarlll*.
Last Monday two North Caroli
nian*. Huntley and Charles, were ar
rested hers by Sheriff Patterson for
violating the gallon a month liquor
law. They had a gallon each shipp
ed to MeColl and a similar eh i pm eat
to BeanettsviUc. They came down
in an aulomobil* and gut their two
gallons here. Rural Policeman Ale
brooks and Sheriff Patterson had al
ready compared notes and found that
I the shipments were waiting for them,
'both at MeColl and BcaoettariU*.
When they got the liqUor bare, the
sheriff arrested them and seised the
automobile and liquor.
It happened that court was then
j In session, and the men were lot off
by paying $100 each, which they se
cured frota home by wire. They
went heck without their liquor, mi
nus $i?00, end sadder but wiser men.
They ean get only a quart at a tin*
in North Carolina. They were evi
dently trying to lay In a supply suf
ficient to last them till they got
through laying-by their crops— Pee
Mr*. Myers Raterlahu.
Reported for Tb> Exchange.
Taking advantage of the dey, Mrs.
Tom Myers gave a moat beautiful
Fourth of July entertainment Tues
day morning of last week. Mm.
Myers, with her mother, Mru. Booth
of Warren toe, welcomed her guesta
end lad them to the beautiful table
where a howl at <M!ciuua pvncfc cooled
me with ita vary look. Ml-Mary
Fielda and Martha Fairley served this
After s large number had assem
bled, partners for rook were formed
hy matching cards decorated in scenes
of the fourth and the red, white and
blue coloring. Mrs. G T. Jonas scor
ed highest and received- an exquisite
towel, embroidered in colors. Miss
Minnie 8mith received the consola
tion, a large stick of red and white
candy concealed in a hex. which waa.
an exact representation of a large
firecracker. Mrs Booth received the'
gueat prise, an handsome box of,
A moet delicious salad course bora
out the suggestion of the day. It
waa with regret that the visitors bede '
Adieu to the ehanslag hostess and her ’
mother, Mrs. Booth, who captivated
All with her handsome ares wire and •
WANTS TYPHOID INVESTIGATED
Stmt* Board of HaaMh Called Oa to
Investigate Typhoid Epidemic la
Baral Community. .
'Tho State Board of Health waa
celled oa to Iavaatigate aa epidemic
of typhoid favor la a rural community
In one of our hoot counties. A promi
nent titiioa of tho eomoMinfty wrote
tho Board the following:
*Ta my father's home or from than
In the put fow yearn • eaeea of ty
phoid favor inclwding the father, mo
ther. children, grandchild ran and
oooh, with two deaths. Father la
down now. There have boon numbers
of cases la a radios of two mflao froaa
“Tho water supply haa boon an
alytod by the State Laboratory of
Hygiene twice. I understand that
tho State Board of Health famishes
aa expert io tavootigate each
and aaeortola 0*4 source of troabte.
Oar phyatetaa haa written you and I
wish to urge you to send ue a man
aa soon aa pouible. If an lnvoatiga
tioa Is neoded anywhere J think It la
The Board Immediately roepoadod
to the request and made mention of
tho ftot that Biia io the first time It
baa beoa called oa to lavwtigato aa
! eptdoate of typhoid fovor to dm oeaa
try, Mt that typhoid epidemics la tho
«o«nt ry are rare or are not worth the
time and troobte to invest! gate, bat
that people la tho eooatry aa a rate
have boom slow to knpw tho aaCkro of
typhoid aa wad aa to naBse tho deaa
ooaroo. The Board eaagvatulatea Brio
:• THINGS PERTAINING TO LIFE
# ____ '
By Kmrry M. North.
. SPEED 18 LIFE.
| This was the motto of a certain
well-known sportsman; one of the
greatest speed-kings of this time or
any other time. “Speed U life" waa
not only his watch-word but kls work
ing rule. By following thia adopted
precept he lived his life all too fast.
In attempting to gain a higher rata
of speed titan he had evar reached
ha loat his Ufa la a tragic manner.
Ko speed, which was supposed to be
life for him, brought his untimely
Is there such a thing as an untimely
dsath? Certainly, for this man
reached one. He had vitality and
energy to last him for a long time,
but he used it all in a short time. Ha
felt that be must gu fast, must get
there before the other folks did, and
stand with watch in hand to laugh
at the slow-movers. Hut what did he
do by getting there first? In talk
ing about it afterward he wasted
mors lima than be saved by speeding.
Even had he saved the time he would
have made no good use of it, and so
there you are. There waa one time
though that he did not gat there. The
end own while he waa ia swiftest
flight, and he fell exhausted beyond
the line that marks the division be
tween this Ufa and the Ufa to coma.
All too many people have taken
this motto fur themselves. Speed is
life. They must live fast. They as
sociate with themselves a group of
fast companions. No slow hum
drum Ilfs will do for thorn. No tiaaa
to waste on moral codes and law and;
oneaiencr. learning* oi rather and
mother and the commandment! of
God are all oot of date. They must
have new things. Everything must
be different from the other; must bo
catchy and interesting. What they
did yesterday ia new aadly out of data
All must bo of 1914 model; no bach
number* and old times for them. <1
The watch-word of the «peed ere Jl
it, driak and 1— merry, f<r.»|V
morrow we die." And to they go; do j
restraint on appetite or lust or am-'
bition. Eat a little more, driak a lit
mors, go ofteoer and faster and stay
later. For them heaven is situs tad
at the banquet table, or at the club,
or In the ball room or the pool room.
Their ambition* ris* but little higher
than these matters. Tbi» earthly life
will bo over-with won enough at best;'
why shonld we try to speed It up a
little more rapidly T As lor me I am
in bo burry to stand before the Judg- j
meat teat of Christ which ia placed
beyond the bounds of this life. A eer-'
tain woman laid of her mother that
"8b* walked simply but steadfastly
through life" Hew much better ia
such a course titan the "»«d rush «to
have" and “te go." Win you, ay
friend, be so thoughtful as to slew up
a bit for fear the and should com*
before you are ready for it?
rODS GAMES THIS WEEK.
Local Team Journeys to Esifard To
day far Double-header—Play
Fayetteville Here Thursday
Laurinburg's ball team want to Rao
ford Wednesday to play a double
header engagement with that team.
Thursday and Friday the locals will
play Fayetteville on the home grounds
Tho beans team has beau materially
strengthened recently by the addition
of new players, and toe gsmn for tfcto
week urn expected to be hotly com
Fayetteville has a strong town and
defastod Lumber*on to two straight
games Inst weak- Laeal fern art m
pseting some classy baas ball when
the games are staged at the local park
Thursday and Friday.
Killed by Bailer Baatoaian.
JSJ1; &Siars4 £S\£
thm. Tha aaclM ^a£r
Mato at Thanks.
Wa wish to thank tha many friands
who war* as triad and thoochtf ol to
•a darin* th* haraarwnato ritatto
toradaon. Wa raanat thank aaafa ana
«f yon yaraaaaPy, aa wa taka this
naatkad af aapraaaing aw aiaaara a*
yrnUUoi to aaah an* ad yon. Tan
htlyad na to ksar the teas ad a vary
dear ana to na.
Mr. and Mia. L. A. Mow**.,
GOVERNMENT WILL AID IN MAR
18eoda Expert Here to Cooperate With
Grower* a ad Shipper* to Finding
C. E. Culbreth, aaaiatant ia Market
ing for North Carolina and re prop «n t
iog the Federal Department of Agri
cultore and the North Carolina !>e
pwtment of Agriculture, arrived to
Laorinburg Saturday, July t, and will
remain here throughout the canta
loupe season. Mr. Culbreth-has open
ed offlcoe upstairs ever the poatufflea
In the First National Bank building
and is ready to give whatever aid be
can to grower* and shipper* of can
i Ulou vs
This ia the Aral instance in which
the Department of Agriculture has
•Wr seat a represenutivb here to
coop-nto with farmers and brokers
la handling the cantaloupe and water
Mr. Culbreth makes it pieto that he
Is bare far baatoeea, and that ha ia
reedy to serve in any way possible,
those who may need information or
advice relative to markets, etc. He
baa at hand the combined resource*
and facilities of the 8tsU and Fed
eral Department* and ia ia a position
to reader valuable service.
It d staled that the Department of
Agriculture eenl a man to cooperate
•Wi the grower* «l Irish potato** in
Eastern Carolina this year and that
thn results wan so satisfacotry that
it was determined to send a hen
for the cantaloupe season.
Mr. Calbreth receives every after
ahsat 1 o’clock a detailed report
of market conditions in aU the prin
cipal cMaa of the country, showing
shipments and prices that prevailed
the previous day. la this way it is
■soosOU to keep in dose toads with
maffiat rwports H la no trouble to
bar* of crowded or congested mark
ets. and also to bam just wham the
markets are hungry.
Thaat market report* are abaolatdy
free to any one iaterestod ia the can
taioope situation, and will bo mailed
free of charge to those who request
ft- Thb may be done by calling to
••• Mr. Calbreth at kb office or by
writing'him at Laoriaburg.
Wo are publishing In thb boo* the
report for Tuesday, as issued by the
Dopartasant and presented by Mr.
Calbnth. Thb report shows the prog
ram that b being mad* in the move-,
mmt of the crop and the price* that
am being paid. '
Cuulmpc Manamaat. f
Uarinbarg, N. C, July 11, MIS. i
Shipments yesterday: North Caro
lina, 7 ears; South Carolina, nothing;'
Georgia, nothing, incomplete; Arkan
•as, It; Aiixena, unreportad; Call
supmettta previooaly unreportad:
Sunday, Georgia, 1 oar; Ariaoaa, SI;
Ariaooa report to date S8 care too!
many, dae to railroad dupflcatioa.
TriegrapMe Repart a* Market Caadl
tiea today, July 11th.
Rortoot Weather warn, clearing; i
California, I ears; Georgia, 7, arrived;1
California*, steady, good, qaaHty gen-,
etaBy good, eonte soft. beat rtnadnria.
MMM) pooiee, 2.7SAA0; SaU, 1.00
lAd; softer standards, 1AS-SA0;,
nrvriend: Hot, clear; California, |
S wi| Oeorgia, S; CaUforaia, stand
alda, UMJO; poaiaa, U04.M; flats,!
1.1S-1.M; Georgia*, athndaida, pear.
1JS-SA8; piaka, flats, Me-US; meetly,
BadTahi: Hot, clear; California, S^
«am; Georgia, 6 earn; unloaded; Cali
fornia active, condition generally
Read, Sanaa sett, green meats, stand -
•ria, S.7S-4.2S; beat, 4JS; ponies,
UHJt; two-third*, meetly IAS;
flats, IAS-1A0; Georgina, demand
mod mate, condition fair, green, beat,
•Sa-IAO; poorer, Tie Hi.
CinetnaaU; Clear, warn; CaUfor
aia, I; Georgia, S; unreported yaetar
day 1; California, demand good. Id
fa*, ataadarda, SAO-8.76; peniea, S.TS
SAS; Seta, US-148; extra fancy Id
eas, —wrapped, (two-thirds) MS
1.71; peniea, 8.80; flats, 140-140;
acAa, two*third*, 888-844; port!**,
MSUt; flats, 1.80-1.18; Georgias,
ieiund fair; standards, tarn aa 1.7S;
piaka, Rate, low a* M cants.
CW*a«Bj Warm, (dear; California.
> aaaai Ariaona, i car*; fl holdover;
dmRato« darnaad, eaodMea fair,
atandaida. moatly SAO; poaiaa, UO
S.7B; flats, 1.*8-1.81; Artasnaa. wMp
pad, ataadarda, «.78-4.88; pent**, STB
SCOTLAND COUNTY WILL FIGHT
TYPHOID WITH VACCINATION
Caaalj at Moadajr'. Haattag Apprapriata MM Far rarpan#
of CmOactlaa Campaign for Fra* VacHnatlea Agalant TrytaU Taa
4Mmm Prrraffiaa in Caaatf.
1 SCOTLAND'S BANK* PKOSPEK
Oar Kir* Ruki Shorn Rmmnm at
Mar* Thaa Ow and Ona-Half
The Exchange dr.irc* to call fac
ial attention to the .pleadId .tawing
made by th* banka of Scotland coua
ty, aa *31 appear from the published
stalament, pbswhei* la thU Imhm.
There art lira banka in th* county,
which thaw resource* of fi.MMM.s7,
and this la the midst of th. itiibh 11
%af*rn the farmers have received say
returns from their cantaloup. aad
w.term cion shipment*. Th* state,
meats aa published are aa follow.:
. The Meat* Beak, resources f 1,021,
I Scotland County Savings Bank, re
Nstiwul Bank, wowrom
Bank of Gibooa, mourew 684,611.
Bank of Wegraan, rtwuitM 887,
Scotland la certainly Massed with
strong and ably-maaeg.d financial in
atltutions, which ar« contributing a.
largely a. any other one agency to
th* upbuilding of the county.
Mn. W. T. Cevlagtaa.
Kapford, July 1L—Th* unexpected
death of Mrs. W. T. Covington oc
curred at S o’clock Monday night.
Mrs. Covington before marriage was
Visa Margaret Neal of Marion. She
^•a * woman ef rare typo of woman,
hood and character and 1 saves many
friends throughout th* State.
Brfor» marriage Hr*. Covington
wa* Ml** Mnggia Naal and taagbt
hors in thn Qumkenbush e-boot for a
cumber *f yoan. Her death bring*
sorrow to many friends h«* who have
known her nine* ah. first cam. har*
a* a teacher.
>.00; flats, Edens, I-SS-1DO; pinks,
125-1.35; Gsorgiss, quality condition,
fair, standards Jumbos, 1D0; flats.
Columbus: Clear, hot; Georgia, 1
ear; Caltfemlas, standards, unwrap
ped. 8.75-COO; ponies, 3.2o-*D0; flats,
1.26-1 D6; orer ripe* half dollar less;
Georgias pinks, flats, 75c.
Washington: Hot, clsaring; Geor
gia. 1 car; 1 ear bald; GeorgUadaro
llnaa, demsnd good for good stack;
quality paer; graea; soft; stsadarfis
poor; 126-IDO; flats. 68c-««c; good
stand* ids, 1.75.2.00; ponies, IDO;
Plata, flats. 86c-IDO.
new zone: u rowing wnnaer, suit-!
ry; Georgia, U cm; 8. C., 2 cm;
North Co roll no. 2 cm; CaUfoc^,
10; Asiasna. 1; unloaded; Georgina,
■tsudy, quality condition fair; atand
anhi, 120-1.76; go's, 126-120; TTm,
120-126; lata, 60-We; pink.,
76c20e; North Carolina*
quality good; 84’a, 120-1.76; oewtaj
Cnrolinan, dwaaod, quality good;'
standards, 1.76; hi, 120;
126; California! active,
generally good, Jumbo* few __
nrda, 220-2.76; pools*. 8.76220; Bats.
120-1.76; two-third*, 8.15226; yfcka,
flata. 120; overrfyea, standards, 820-;
826; yanioa, 2.50; Afiienaa active, i
ezmditiea generally good, standards,1
420; goalee, 820; Seta, 1.06-1.T6;
pink, flats, 120.
Philadelphia: Hot. sultry; Califor
nia, 2 cm arrived, 5 unloaded; South
ern, S an arrived, 6 unloaded; Ooor
giaa, demand moderate, fair quality,
green, standards, 1.75220; Jmnkeo,
120-126; ponW, L00-126; pink, flats,
76c-120; CeroHnas, demand moder
ate. fiir. standards. 126220; Csm
Ihu, steady, quality fair, stsmlarils.
8.60-420; yonks, 8.00; flats, 120-120;
Plttaborg: Hot, sultry; Ariaoea, l
ear; California, 1; Georgia, 6; South
Carolina, 1; 86 cm hsldewr; Art
aoua. Arm. demand Tight, good, same
soft, standards, 8.762X0; psalm, 8 00
220| flats, 140-120; CsWtntfaa,
steady, qaaflty ooadttion varlaMo,
standards. 8.80-peaks, 2262X0;
flats. 1.16-1.14; Oeorgko, nsssttlll,
gcswraliy good, grsoe, standards, 128
120; yauy sUnd.rds, 1.00-8.16; pinks,
flats, OOo-LOO; Sooth Carolines, stow,
gonosafly good, standards. 1.76-8.00;
V you ere not ca our mailing ikt
saod hi aaaaa if you want this deny
ST ^ * UuHabwg.
E.*. OsJVroth, Asst. Marketing, N. C.
I Oflkn over psrtsflln, First Katfcmsl
I Bank Budding.
Following an investigation cooduci
ad In the county lnat week by Dr. Bad
Ut of the Sam Board ad HeaHh. Mr.
U X. Praia, supeatetandeet of county
ecfcooU, racafvwJ a latter from George
X. Cooper, chief of the Burma of
Kunl Sanitation, netting forth eeaae
feet* and conditions, which accord
ing to Dr. Bullit, prevail in thte lea
It la not always a pirn aunt task to
pubtiah Information riwhi| to thia
•Am Oat in thia eaaa daty and tea
IrigfaD of tea people compd a. to gtm
tea facto as they have bam givm, fat
order that tea paaple map familiar!»*
i teamaatvaa with mudihian which all
•f as auac deal with.
The inrrstigadaa by a -rrrrtnaia
Uva of the BUto Board of Health was
mads at the request of ritiaens of tea
In Dli hwwUHl county hurl ana
dmtfa fnaa typteetd fever to avaey
: one aide bad ana death to every ZJOOO
I'TfiLEfSST ™mty- •**»*»*
I on another aMrfand caa death to every
12,200 paaple. XMa Comparison shows
I how the county stands in tela rmpacc
(with Its nearest neighbors ■
Babaaon hna a whole time health
offcer and Richmond has «hia ymr
conductod a campaign against typhoid.
The reoar a I average m North Caro
lina ia ana death to every 2,900 pap.
pie, and tea average ter the United
Btntaa la only one hath to avaey
W P*°Ple- The rata la the city sf
Seattle, Washington, has bean brought
dovnMto only ana daate to every »j$09
» the report of Dr.
hoe from U to M per coot
And it has abeot twice ae amth
as the State et Ary* and more tkaa
fear time* ae maA as the
tioo area ed Ac Unilad Stataa
The County Board ed HealA de
cided to- a* the County Ceanaiaeton
en to make Aa appropriate of MM
neoeeaary to carry o* a c— p»«fr ed
raocinatioa ayaAat typhoid, which
win fao (riven free of chary* to every
pone In tbo eouaty who wants it.
Th# action cd tho county coanr.ia^ic.^
ere at their Monday's noetin* in ap
propriatlat A* money to conduct this
eampaiya is hiyhly comaoadabU aad
wm no doubt moot wfA Ae approval
of the rood people ed r ‘
kmn found to be Ac : _
aad foraibabi* meaaa ed flyhthir Aa
dieeaae. It io eocapalcery in *n Ae
ereeie* of the world. Last year theca
wm only •caaaeia the VnKad Stataa
army. A* lowest record A tho Matey
led aay madam army. Thar* haa base
but BttU A th* main «f Borupc «a
It A eapeetad 1 mpkaftha
eomety wll Aha
| portanity to i
IMhAA ffci* .. ___, A
» Helms psmisslea and it i a up to
m to taka ear* of oarmtvoe aad those
dependent upon as for protection.
Viatton rm, Alabama.
Mr. aad Mra. B. C. Adama of Mm
Broektwn. Ala, with daughter*. Miaaes
Mary aad Martha, and little mam,
B^C. Adams, Jr, arrirad Saturday
tha trip frost Maw IndMaowi
aoaoMy la utawMb, tearing tha
roots of tha DU# and Natiaaal hjgfc.
way. a dMaaas ad MS mitaa. Iky
***** *ih AahaaOU*a«d AtlMte! ***'
Mr. rid Mb' I if art tiaMwi at
this aactlea aad thair friend ■ an da
Nghtad to aoo thaat aad thair attMMk
Mr. Adama is a wiuaftl hrtwn
aJh and it maUac good la hto adapt
tha following I tarn trim from too
BoyMn romapaadwMO «t tha Fife Dm
Atoraoat*. wW ho #d iatmat to too
at Mr. BrtatOliWtaai r—,ftiao
“Mr. II oh art L. N*wton’« condition
has not hapmood. Dra. LWingotaa ad
Gitas*, aad Tawa.and *f “mnatla
trOa, hold a eanaaHatian and It was
datanataad to plaao Mr. Mowtaa to
too Hnmlat Unapt til, what* ho ta at
poaaant His family and frier*!, an
*MM»ah atartail imwnfaf hto