lm loosens the scalp and stimulates J
aI the hair to normal, healthy growth.
f'i WlldfootljtaaktßhampooorWlldroat '3
M tbetnetmeat. ,1
G THE GUARANTEED HAIR TONIC |
For tale here under a
I money-hack guarantee B
Graham Drag Co.
Hayes Drug Co.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
HUM "Bayer" is on OntilDß
A»pirin— say Bayer
Insist on "Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin"
la a "Bayer package," containing proper
directions for Headache, Colds, Pain,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for nineteen
years. Hanay tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoetio
acideatei' of Salicylicacid.
Journals, Ledgers, i
Time Books, , |
I Pocket Memo.,
Vest Pocket Memo.,
For Sale At
Graham, N. C.
THE BEST NOVEL
OF THE YEAR
" ERSKINE DALE,
JOHN FOX, JR.
is mow running in
Trustee's Sale of Real
Ci der and by vlriueof the power of sale
contained In a deed or trust executed b)
novo Baynes aod wit , Mary Baynes, on
April 10. It It, and recorded In the offlcti ft
the Register or 1) «*1» for Alumari e county.
In BOOK Ho. 71 of Deeds of Trust, pave 38. the
unneralxned Trustee will otter tor sale ai
public outcry to tbe highest bidder, for casu
at the oourt bouse door In Grabam, Ala
manoe county, North Carolina, it II u cl -ck
Saturday, Feb'y 31,1020,
the following described property:
A oertalo piece or tract of laud In Ala
nance county, State of North Carolina, in
Burlington township and defined and de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Adjoint: g the
lands of AITIS Florence, Dau Mulpes and Ab
Baynea, and > ounded as follows:
Boa tuning ata rock, corner Florence and
Baynes 11ns; thenoe «. lIK deg K. with
Baynea' line 4 cbalna 91 Units to a rock on
alley; thenoe a nfi'- B. « cbalna 18 llnas to
rock; Uienoe N, deg. WT 4 obalus to a
rack, Alvls Flormnoe line; thenoe with flor
anoe line . 87X deg. w. 1 chains and if
links to the beginning, containing 1M acres,
more or teas
Thl. January 21. MM.
Alamance Id*. & Heal Estate Co.,
-SSry mowir aacilt
II ahhoui qurttiootr Hunl'iSalte
Wnv l)J in th * irratmcnt a( BctroM.
Cm f rf *rti«.Rh»pw»w,ltcketc Don't
I VJ J A become diacooraard because other
V §fj treotmenu failed Himt'iSal**
VJn haa rttteved fc—»>i of eurh
caaaa You can't toaa on our
N«n«y J \mch Cumrmntmm. fry
■ It at oofrlak TODAY. M»7Se
JBHHr ra» salo locally by
GRAHAM DRUG COMPAN Y,
GRAHAM, N. C.
AN OFFER IS MADE J
ro lira MISER
HOLLAND ANXIOUS TO OOMPLY
" WITH ANY RIQUIST THAT
COMPORTS WITH DIGNITY.
DOORN IS CITY SELECTED
Situation Blngularly Advantageous,
Being Remote From Any Large
Cities, Place Easily Ouarded.
The Hague.—The latest allied not*
to Holland with regard to extradition
of the former German emperor re
verse* the original demand for his sur
render and only aslot his Internment,
with the suggestion that the former
monarch be sent, perhaps, to one of '
the Dutch islands In the Bast Indies,
It became known.
It is learned on excellent authority
that the Dutch government has al
ready determined to reply with an of-'
fer actually to Intern Wllhelm at
Doom. Holland would accept the full
responsibility of preventing him from
endangering the peace of the world, 1
establishing a guard over him and a
! Holland, it is pointed out in diplo
matic circles, Is anxious to meet any
i request of the allies which is compat
ible with her own dignity and does
I not conflict with the nation's laws and
| traditions of long standing. More
■ than anything else, as far as can be (
I learned, she desires to bring to a
, close the issues over the presence of
■ the former emperor, which has been
[ a thorn in her side since the Hohen- |
, zollerns sought refuge here in 1918.
: That the ex-ruler is undoubtedly |
'• , willing to spend the rest of his life In j
Doom is the belief In official circles,
where it Is also believed that the al- ,
I lies will accept the proposal to place ,
! upon Holland's shoulders the respon- |
Isiblllty for keeping him there. They
point to Doorn as being a particularly j
advantageous place to Intern him, as
the village is not near any large city
and the house which the ex-emperor
I haa bought is so placed as to be easily
PREMIER LLOYD GEORQE IS
NOT TO COME TO AMERICA
London. —Premier Lloyd George 1*
not contemplating any trip to Amip
lea It was stated, authoritatively in
VISCOUNT GREY IS TO BE
SUCCEEDED BY £ARL READING
London —Viscount Grey has definite
ly decided not to return to Washing
ten as British ambassador, but will be
succeeded by Sari Reading,
ZEMBTVO REGIME RECOGNIED
BY RUSSIAN ORGANIZATIONS
» Berlin. —Severe weather, blizzards,
and snow storms in the last few days
have crippled outdoor revolutionary
demonstration. All government organi
sations are acclaiming their allegianee
to the Zemstvo regime.
COMBINATION OF LUMBERMEN
18 RESPONSIBLE FOR PRICES
i Memphis, Tenn.—The government
moved to lower the price of lumber
when the department of Justice filed
a petition In the United States district
oourt here asking for an injunction
against 333 southern lumbermen.
KIY TO OFFICIAL RESIDENCE
OF LORD MAYOR IS RETURNED
London. —The large key of the door
of the Mansion house, official resi
dence of the lord mayor, which was
I missed last summer after an enter-
I tainment given to American sailors,
bfea just been restored through tho
Census Takers Needed.
Ashevllie and Raleigh will be head
quarters for the chief special agent
sent out from Washington by the
census bureau to supervise the taking
of the industrial census In North Car
- olina, which starts on March 1. There
will be thirteen special agents located
In the following seven cities: Wil
mington, New Bern. Durham, Greens
boro, Winston-Salem, Raadleman,
e Charlotte, Statesvllle and Shelby.
J, The census starting March 1 will
'i Include the manufacturers, mines and
e quarries, and oil and gas wells.
II More than 1,000 special agents will
I be needed by the census bureau.
Judge Pell may be Named.
Washington, (Special)— North Car
k olina, seeking anew a seat on the In
n terstate Commerce Commission, has
* presented the name of Judge George
J J. Pell, of the North Carolina corpora
d tlon commission, to its represents
t> tires In Congress with the request
" that Judge Pell's name be offered to
a President Wilson.
S« Already the Pell boom is In such
"• shape that a delegation could, with
propriety, appear before the Presi
dent just as soon as be feels well
I. enough to receive callers.
I Bankers Want Branch Bank.
I About 800 letters have been sent
ont by ten of the leading bankers M
I North and Botlth Carolina" to tbs
banks of the two states regarding the
establishment of a branch bank at
aome point In one of the states, the
location to be designated by Rich
mond and Washington.
Enclosed also Is postal card on
Which Is an expression favoring the
establishment of a branch bank, with
the re,qae*t that It be signed and sent
to any one of the ten men signing the
1 jtter. i , ■
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19.192U
PRESIDENT IS MOT
DISAGREES STRONGLY IN' THI
PROPOBED SETTLEMENT OP
REPLY TO NOTE IS DRAFTED ;
Another Delay In the Adrlatlo Settle
ment as Result of the Ineldent
Foreseen In French Circles.
Paris. —Hugh C. Wallace, the Ameri
can ambassador, delivered to the for
elgn office a memorandum from Pres
ident Wilson, according to The Temps,
in which the president said he could
not approve of Premier Lloyd George's
proposed settlement of the Adriatic
question which has been submitted to
The Temps says President Wilson
allowed it to be understood that the
UnKed States would find It impossible
to continue in conference If the al
lies settle the Adriatic uestion with
out consulting the United States.
The premiers have drafted a reply
to President Wilson's note on the
Adriatic question, which will be trans
mitted through the American ambas
sadors at London and Paris, accord
ing to a member of Premier Miller
GEORGIA FARMER PRODUCES
COTTON WITH GREEN FIBRE.
Dalton, Ga. —C. P. O'Brlant, a far
mer residing In the Pleasant Grove
district of this county, claims to have
produced cotton the staple of which
is a pronounced green.
The samples of this "Vlridescent
cotton" is of beautiful green color and
of very fine texture and fibre, resem
bling lambs wool.
♦32460,000 WAS OFFERED
FOR 21 OF 34 HUN VEBSELS.
Washington.—The morning session
of the auction of 34 seized German
ships closed with a total of $32,360,-
000 offered for 21 vessels. The Indi
vidual top bids were 114,060,000 by the
International Mercantile Marine for
nine ships for service to the United
Kingdom and northern continental
porta; a bid of $13,100,000 by the same
corporation for six vessels for service
to Hamburg and Bremen; $4,600,000
offered by Moore and McCormack for
Ave ships for South American service.
ANOTHER AMERICAN CAPTURED
BY BAND MEXICAN BRIGANDS
Washington.—Wilson Welsh Adams,
American, has been captured by ban
dits in Zacatecas, Mexico, and is be
ing held for 60,000 pesos ransom, the
state department was advised.
The American representatives at
Saltlllo and Monterery, in reporting
the incident, said the authorities in
Zacatecas were endeavoring to learn
the whereabouts of Adams and his cap
tors and that three columns of Mexi
can troops had been sent out.
STRIKE OF MAINTENANCE OF
WAY MEN OFF INDEFINITELY
Detroit.—The strike of 300,000 mem
bers of the Brotherhood of Mainte
nance of Way Employes and Railway
Shop Laborers was Indefinitely post
poned by A. E. Baker, international
president of the union, in accordance
with the request of President Wilson
that action be delayed until after the
general conference of railway union
oommitte men on February the 23rd.
Notice of the decision was commu
nicated to Director General Hlnes.
RED CROSS MOBILIZING
ALL NURSES IN THE SOUTH.
Atlanta, Oa.—Mobilisation of all Red
Cross nurses in the Southern divis
ion was ordered at headquarters In an
effort to combat Influenza which Is
•aid to be spreading rapidly In South
Carolina and to a lesser degree In
Tennessee and Florida.
ARIZONA HAS RATIFIED
WOMAN BUFFRAGE AMENDMENT
Phoenix, Ariz. —Ratification of the
woman suffrage amendment to the fed
eral constitution by a special session
of the Arisona legislature, was com
pi ted when -the senate adopted the
ratifying resolution following similar
action by the house. Arizona Is the
21st state to ratify.
NEW NOTE ON EX-KAISER HAS
BEEN FORWARDED TO HOLLAND
London.—A new allied note to Hol
land regarding the extradition of
according to The Evening Standard,
former Emperer William desptaehed
The note, says the newspaper, makes
a strong appeal to the Dutch govern
ment "not to create greater difficul
ties la Europe by Insisting on the right
of asylum for the man cbaracterled as
the author of the world's present trou
POINDEXTER VERY SEVERE ON
AMERICAN FEDERATION LABOR
Utlca, N. T.—Charges that behind
the announced plan of the American
Federation of Labor to obtain the elec
tion of a congress and a president
favorable to Its policies existed a sin
ister movement of a small coterie of
labor leaders who have grown power
ful by the constributions they have
levied upon labor to set up a "govern
ment • r:t>.ia a government" were made
bere by United States Senator Miles
THE OLD NORTH STATE
■MKIT Noma OF INTEREST TO
Durham. This city's $660,0|)0
school bond election carried by a ma
jority of 226.
Statesvllle.—lnfluenta haa spread
i like wildfire in Statesvllle tor aev
j Klnston. Mrs. Bmmeline Panic
i burst will come here to speak It waa
Greeneboro.—Mr. Leon J. Brandt,
prominent cltiaen and former mayor
o this city, died from Influenza-pnett
Lumberton.—W. H. Capps, 81 years
old and a Confederate veteran, died
•t his home in East Lumberton, of
Bessemer City—The' flu situation
has become so serious that the au
thorities have closed the schools and
Lenoir. —Henry Powell, an aged and
highly respected colored man, was
found dead in a room of his home here
with a .46 caliber bullet hole through
his head. It was a case of suicide.
Rocky Mount—Earl Murray, three
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Murray of thle city, met almost In
stant death on Falls road near the
outaklrts of the city when he waa
struck and knocked down by an au
Washington. (Special), Sena
tor Simmons haa been urged to have
an investigation made of treatment
to soldier patients in the hospital at
Oteen, N. C. He has asksd for affi
Statesvllle. —Deputy Sheriff O. I*
Woodsidss and other officers captur
-»J a still la New Hope township, near
VThe still was of the steamer type
Bnd was about 60 gallons capacity.
Wlneton-Salem.—A goal of 19»
Christian workers will be eought by
the Southern Presbyterian church in
the synod of North Carolina, Feb-u
--ery 28, tt was announced at synodlcal
Salisbury.—(Miss Adna Edwards haa
sucoeeded Mlse Llda Olive as heme
demonstration agent for Rowan, Mlse
Olive having resigned on account of
Ashevllie.—A motor corps has been
organised by young women of thia
city who have volunteered for the
work, and Miss Rachael Howland, in
charge of the corps, has Issued an ap
peal for more automobiles.
Gastonia. —Gaston county'a 86th cot*
ton mill was chartered when certl/V
cats of Incorporation was granted by
tha secretary of state to the Stowe
Spinning Company, of Belmont, with
an authorised capitalisation of $1,800,-
Charlote.—About 300 former service
men have been enrolled In the Hor
nets' Nest post of the American le
gion during the membership campaign
according to the report of Lane Ether
ldge chairman of the membership
committee. ( s.
Red Springs.—A South Carolina girl.
Miss Vera Coe of Richland, was choc
en president of the freshman class of
Flora Macdonald college here. The
s'udent body is the largest In the his
tory of the college with over 100 in
(he entering class.
Hamlet.—On acouut of the crowded
condition of the Hamlet public schools
the town commissioners have called
an election early in March to vote on
a bond issue of SIOO,OOO to build a
new school building.
The sentiment in the town seems
to be that such a building is neces
CAROLINA. CLINCHFIELD AND
OHIO BECUREB A GUARANTEE.
Washington.—The railroad admin
istration signed a contract providing
for $1,839,266 annual compensation to
the Carolina, Cllnchfleld A Ohio rail
road under government control.
AMERICAN LEGION IN FAVOR
OF COMPULSORY TRAINING.
Washingtonr—A bonus for ex-ser
vice men and compulsory military
training were announced as the prln
-1 ctpal alms of the legislative oomrait
tee of the American Legion, members
of which were bere for a series of oo»-
ferences with congreesmen.
ONI SON OF THI IX-KAISIR
HAS NOW TWO LIVINO WIVIS
New York.—Oscar, the fifth son of
the ex-kaleer of Oermany. haa two
wfree. In July, I*l4, bis merganaUc
marriage to Mile. Ina Maria Baase
wit, who took the title of Countess of
Ruppla. waa announced. In 1(14 he
married Princess Marie Augusts of
Anhalt. And It has never been re
ported either that his first marriage
was annulled or that the Countess of
Rupppin was dead
HANGMAN OF LINCOLN MUROIR
SUSPICTS DIES IN MICHIGAN
Jackson, Mich—Christian Rath,
veteran of the Confederate war and
executioner of the alleged conspirators
convicted of being Involved In the as
sassination of Lincoln, died bere. He
was born in Freidenatadt, Oermany.
« mm i
TO BE ABANDONED
CALEDONIA FARM PRISONERS I
ARK TO U TAKEN PROM
THERE TO RALKIOH.
FARM WIS SOLD IT (UCTIOI 1
Plana Have Besn Discussed by Whlefc
Several Hundred May Be Detailed
to Highway Construction Work.
Several hundred prisoners oonflae4 i
at the Caledonia Farm la Halltaj
county will be brought to Releigb 1
and placed In the state prison hers :
until new quarters planned tor all i
state prisoners on the prison farm i
eight miles from the city are mads
ready, probably some time later lp th« I
summer. The Caledonia farm will be
abandoned by the state and turned I
over to the purchasers who bought It 1
at auction laat December.
Details of the abandonment of the i
Caledonia farm and the plana for ths i
new prison in Wake county were dla
-1 cussed at the regular monthly meet
ing of the prison board. Nothing of
definite nature haa been announced
by the board except that the work at
the new prison will be prosecuted as
rapidly ad circumstances will permit,
and that plans have been discussed
for employing several hundred of the
prisoners on highway construction
work that have heretofore been ena
ployed on the farm and In other oon- i
etruction work. I
Beware the "Something Bettor." I
Although there are practically >O4
companies and organisations licensed i
to do business in North Carolina, hav
ing complied with the law respecting i
such privilege, still there are many |
from outside the state who want to i
reach the people, and try to evade I
the law, never failing to eo present i
their claims by latter as to main the I
Impression they are offisring some
thing better than licensed operators
are offering. In such casee. Commis
sioner James R. Young at the North
1 Carolina 'lnsurance Department, gives
specific notice, that these contracts
> are not allowable under the law and
1 cannot be enforced. Among this
i class, he says, ths "Clergymen's Ben
eficial Association of Pennsylvania"
ahould be rated.
i Questionnaires Framed and Reedy.
I The State Federation of Labor
: wants to know how candld&tee for
state offices in North Carolina and 1
candidates for state offices in North
Carolina and candidates for the state i
legislature stand on the proposed con- i
stitutional amendment greatly reduc- '
Ing the constitutional limitation on! i
taxation. This query Is included In
the questionnaire of the State Feder
ation, framed by authority of its laat :
, convsntlon in Raleigh, to define for :
, the benefit of organized labor in the
. state the attitude of various candl- ■
(3W& The Power I
of Money I
i When William Payne, the banker at
Bisonville, decreed that no farmer who did
not raise cows as well as wheat could borrow money
t from him, the angry grain growers almost lynched
him. But they had to do as he demanded —and today
1 his county is an oasis in a blowaway desert, his de
positors and borrowers are prosperous farmers, his
\ bank is looked upon as the agricultural father of the
whole countryside. Such is The Power of Money
for Good. Herbert Quick, formerly a member of the
Farm Loan Board, tells the story in the February 7th
It is the first article in a great your money on deposit with us.
new scries about country banks. Let us advise you what to read
The business of a bank —of this about fanning; let us. in fact,
oank -and the prosperity of its send in your subscription for
fanner customers are closely THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN.
related. That is why we stand For only SI.OO you can read
th* copy ready at all times to give to you Herbert Quick's series and all
s aomrywhmrm whatever service is in our power, the other splendid articles that
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i Q»ntUm»n: V» t
(1) Bccauae you know me, enter my name for THB CoutrTKY QKMTUMAM For on* YEAR ad J I '
charge the coat, 11.00, to inc. _
(2) Here'* my dollar. I want Tint COUNTOYGBNTIXMAN. Bcndittome. J " ,
( (My Nam*)
] (My AAAM*I • / ■ ... ' ' - I
" n . =t=BS=Sßas=t^^^l^^Jr
dates tor office toward questions of
interest to labor forces. The ques
tionnaire to now ready (or dlstriba
j jEfffe ■ - s**.. .
From $1,800,000 to 16,500,000.
The Rosemary Maaotectartag com
pany, Roanoke Rapids, operating sar
sral or the largest cotton mills la that
•action of the state, filed an amend
ment to Its charter, trebling its capi
tal atook, Increasing It from $1,800,-
000 to 91.t00.000. The corporation
oon template# a Urge expeaaloa of ha
Carrying on Income Tax Work.
Pending the reorganliatlon of the
Internal Revenue Department in the
state, necessitated by the reeignatkm
of Supervisor A. D. Watts and a
number of revenue agents who have
entered the field as advisors In
come tax matters, the income Ui
work in North Carolina will be car
ried on under the supervision of Cap
tain Prank L Boyd, collector of the
Lenlsvlile. Ky„ district. Captaia
Boyd has reached Statesvllle and as
sumed charge at the office vacated by
Much Flu and Pneumonia.
A total of 4.T41 new caaea of in
fluenza ware reported for the state
board of health.
Included In the report were 81 new
eases of pneumonia and 20 deaths for
the preceding day.
To date there have been 20.184
cases reported to the state board at
health with 121 deaths.
For the month of October. I*lß. the
first month of the epidemic in "■-*
year, a total of 103.000 casee were re
ported with a total number of deaths
No Slap at P real dent.
Washington. (Special) —Leading
democrats denied that the caucus ac
tion last night against universal mill
tary training was Intended to be a
slap at President Wilson.
Representative Claude Kitchen
"The action of the democratic cau
cus in going on record against com
pulsory universal military training of
service was not taken to sptte the
Prssldeo* or because of him. It waa
limply an expression of the convic
tions of a majority at the member*
litnuenxa ■ axes new nolo. '
Influenza has taken a aew hold a*
the state, according to reports from
1 many dtiee and counties reaching the
office of Dr. P. M. Register. Early
reports totalled 1.481 new casee at ta
flueaza, 34 of paeamonta and sts
dsaths. Few additional reports are
expected in the night mails. Theee
flguree do not include reports coaaiag
from mayor of Stateavtlle and tho
health office of Guilford county The
Stateeville mayor writee that lafiuenaa
there has reached the epidemic stage
and asks for help. He does aoc state
the number of eases. The Guilford
officer statee that there are one thou
aand cases of influenza in the county,
south of High Point and Greensboro.
This is the first report received from
A health officer has been sent to
Xlkta. Surry county. In response to a
request for aid in the light since so
many local doctors were 01 that it
waa impoeslble to handle the sttua
"I —— J
Strannth G» Cmi 111) Wtttf
m of a g—board Air Ltw lull Vtew-1
wl down an mbuimiMt, mmr Baraa I
nth, and four others Mr* l«n)U. |
llt is sot thoagfet that aar fitelltteg
wffl ret alt.
I Among tha lnfrrtd ara tk* lußa*
, South Carolina—Mm T. V, Tl—»
i date, Kerthaw; Mra. W. H. aad W. T.
t Ollrar. Matthews; J. f. Mathews,
, Bock Hill; B. B. Quarteraaa. Ttsst
t | North Carolina —Mr. aad Mia. B. 9.
- Johnaoa aad Mra. 1 S. Daaghter. a>
- of Charlotte; C. D. Taekar. BaMfk;
) W. H. rut, Hamtet; Mia. J. A. Kat
; 17. Henderson. _
Tha following are Bate' aaseag tha
> tafcred without addresses: Batay
Icl »r too, lota Eraaa. WaOua Carr,
| Charles Palter. L. Laadraa. W W.
i Golden. Jao C. Watlar, "Aaaia Cheat
j ham aad Coadaetar L I—h
I 0. A. R. Electa Rtgafit
' Mtea Mary HlUlant Hfastoa. -rf Bat
elgh, waa elected reseat of tha I)aioto
tars of tha BetutaHu* at a auu aaaf
' tag held at tha Wooaa's CM*. at
Uphleh tha uifailiilM aada tUm
(or tha year's work aad adavtad aa
i ( Hotels Ferae 4 ta Cliaa.
Prodtabte at ta tha hotel M*«> '
two Worth Carolina hoetsirtaa win go
oat of baataaaa at tha and of •'jtarv I
r ary at tha behest of tha Ma Piwid
• | of Health, aateaa taaedtaae steps an >
• takaa to l»pre>va tha taattary th- I
ad. Tha Xaw Central Hotel, at B*m-1
i tot. aad tha Hotat Aberdeen. at itor I
deea. are tha placea Oat hm fti ffar
red tha diafaror at tha hotat ta*i»«-
tor. Mr. John P.. Oortoa.
LOMDOM PAMM TAUNT M OH
Leadoo —"President WBasa aaV
destly tataada no taka aaata lha L
t ralgaa of gowernsasat ta a iglrt* tlmt
I win brook ao oopcattinn," said Tha
i Pall Mall Gajatta. "Ha haa aaothar
r fear ta offlte aad tha hnttaaflnnn at*
- that it ta goto* to b* t 'iTalf ana* f
l Tha newspaper rater fad ta baatW.ag ■
» way to ""Preaideat WLL-Mn't aatendbt
i Isolation" Soma of tha aaaivaoara l
I taast tha rsited States for il» "prtef- I
I daatial abeelatieia."
i the LEAeue or nations won
• IN It SCENT MISSOURI CONTEST
I law City. Ma—What la i i»a i ißa »
ta a com plate rtetocy tar PraalJant
' Witooa ta kla Ighc tar tha leegna of
! oatione covenant aad tha peace treaty
I ta lean Here whaa Incomplete returns
I I dlatrtct thow that th« democratic ua
, I late tor tha vacancy mada by tha ga»
, I cnotloa rf Joahna V. Aleaandar, haa
t aukjortty of aogvaalniately I.SM aear
jUa repQbiieaa oggoaaoL
JOTW i. ■EWfSBBw
3RAHAa. ~* °
W. WILL UAM, it
j _ * unto _*
j ncerest xh a rate mtts imcßßc '
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