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Ray. O. F Sherill, pastor of
8, Maiu Street Methodic church,
who weit to the Whitehtad-Sfcokes
Sanitorium some time ago for an
operation ii now greatly improved.
Mrs. L. 43. Whit worth of Moot
eiviile, waa Vken to the White-
head-Stokes Sauatoriam last Mon
day for treatment, and probably
au operation. Her many friends
here will regret to learn. that her
condition is not serious.
Senator ; Lee iS Overman and
party will leave next ToeBday for
a trip to San Francisco and the
Hawaiin Inlands. Misses Kath
enne and fcrraoe Overman will go
with their father,
Rv. V. R. Sfcrjckly of Greens
boro, formerly of Rowan, is now
enjoying good health for the first
time in a number of years . He I
preached a highly appreciated
sermon last Sunday night at the
First Lutheran chnroh, Greens
A J. ikiuttz woo went to
Greensboro some time ago and
made a f-w prices on real estate,
is now contemplating building a
Rkyscraper tea stories high, the
same to be used as a drug stor-.
Mr. Klnttz is a native of Provi
dence towuship, Rowau oounty,
and is a brother of C. H. Kluttz
oi.e 01 K)wan g most progressive I
Clarence B. Hurrey field secre-
tiry of the Chamber of Commerc
of the United States of America
was in the city last Friday. Mr.
Hurrey is one of the fire field men
now touring the country for their
organization while in Salisbury hf
met a number of leading citizens
and spent much time at the
Chamber of C mmerce headquar
ters in the old oourt home and
a ''Bo attended a meetirg of the
affairs of this city.
N. C. Roberts, formerly editor
of the Spencer Crescent, was tried
Friday morning in Rowan county
court. He was found guilty in
four charges of passing worthless
cheoks aud was sentenced to nine
ty days for each offense which
makes a full 12 months Notice
of appeal was given and bond was
fixed at $400 which he was unable
to give. '
A big haul was made last Sat
urday when Revenue Officers Wat
ter F. ItfcCaniess and Arthur
Thompson arrested a man by the
name of John D . Charles who was
driving a Ford automobile con
taining 85 gallons of oorn liquor
in seven kegs. There was a negro
iu the car also but he quiokly de
cided that he had better leave, this'
h did and has net yet been locat
ed. The whole outfit waB brought
No. 67 Overman and Company vs C J Karriker
; 74 L W Smith vs Beulah C Smith .
95 John Fite vs Pearl Fite. . r .. , ;-L
v .. : TRIAJj DOCKET
Thursday, Mtly 6th, 1915. r
76 Overman & Company vs Keystone Contracting- Co
77 Neter Kepley vs Z L Brown , y v
86 J J Slate vs T P Fowler
93 The Spencer Mercantile Co., vs R E Hippert
101 B H Isenhonr trustee et al vs H M Hudson and
Co., and J B Hudson 1
103 B C Wood vs McCubbins and Harrison and Co.
104 State of N C and Hester Seawell vs David L
Mesimore . -
107 Westbrook Sanitorium Inc vs Amelia L Foust
110 Ohio Glass and Pottery-Co., vs Campbell Bros
Friday, May 7th, 1915.
113 Havden Clement and Stahle Linn Receivers Row
an Chemical Co., vs First National Bank of Lex-
ing-ton, NC, and H P Brown
114 Hayden Clement and Stahle Linn Receivers-Rowan
Chemical Co., Imperial Cotton Oil Co., and H
. P Brown "
119 Percy Teamer vs Western Union Telegraph Co.
121 J W Basinger vs Sallie Basinger
124 T H Vanderford vs E K Chapman Company
125 Pilot Insurance and Realty Co., vs George R
127 J W Neave vs Fiske Carter Construction Co.
Monday, May 10th, 1915.
133 The Georgian Company vs M, A Hodges and A L
135 People's Home Furnishing Company vs J A Mc- '
Daniel and N E McDaniel
136 C F Wise vs C E Smith
139: James H Johnson vs Southern Railway Company
147 Mary R Ludwig- vs C L Nussman et al
148 Deal and Corriher vs R W Roberts
149 Margaret M-Bell vs Ch as M Bell
Tuesday, May 11th, 1915.
152 P A Jackson vs A L Lyerly
153 Bank of Richmond vs W H Ragland
154 E S Weant vs Southern Railway Company
157 P H Thompson vs Gold Hill Consolidated Co.
460 R L Ramsay vs T A'Lvtdwick
161 Parker Brawner Co., vs Homer Arey
162 Max Sherman vs J Feldman and Sons
163 Barron G Collier vs J Feldman and Sons
61 Thos A Foil et al'vs A I V Newsom
62 Asheboro Lumber Co., vs R L Loflin
63 H T Graeber vs Augustus Schenck
64 M L Jackson vs Southern Bell Telephone and
65 W C Yates vs T E Po teat
66 T E Conely et al vs Rowan Brick Company
68 Jacob Eller et al vs Tora Gain et al
69 W C Coughenour vs Falaneous Trexler
70 Geo Shipp vs Western Union Telegraph Co.
-r 71 Wachovia Bank ank Trust o", vs F J Murdoch v
72 W W, McKenzie ys Pity of Salisbury N
73 H A Bernhardt Trustee vs Lucile Bernhardt
Morris et al v
75.Flaneous Trexler et al vs Louis Kesler Trustee
78 Wachovia Bank and Trust Co vs A W Hicks and
A D Smith
79 Pochahontas Company et al vs Salisbury Steam
Laundry Co. '
No. 80 W F Crowell vs Pearl rrowell
81 Alice McNeely vs Moore McNeely
No 82 Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., Spencer Branch vs
- -i -,,W F Burton' ; - . ; . - ' .
No 83 City: of Salisbury, N p vs NK C R R Co, and '
Southern fifl.Uway Co. '
84 Dicey Freeze, vs Jessie Freeze 1
.--' -8-3iaisy Poe IvMacJrB Poe ; : ;
' 87 First NationU fiajik of Salisbury vs-Harpef
, . iivery anu ciaies vo. . j. -
, - 88 First National Bank of Salisbury vs Harper'
.Xjvery arid Sales Co. i " . V--
S'Orlary.E Miller vs Postal Telegraph Company
90N"ora J Austih vS J P HopTcinsr. . -
9FT H Vanderford vs Salisbury Mejal, Culvert Co.
92 RW Roberts ys 5 B Roberts X-A
94 TB Marsh et al vs F D Lethcoe et ftl
96 Tucker barter Rope Company vsSonthern Alu
miniumCo. y .
97 Dewitt Maulders vs Pearl J Maufders
98 W F Snider s Leslie M Shaw
99 Thos J Jerome vs Leslie M Shaw
100 Atlanta Terracotta .Company vs. King- Lumber
Co., vand County of Rowan - - . '
102 Hetiry Huntly, E C Gregory and Hayden Clement
vs Tressie Hnntly et al " : .
105 W"W Rankin and Co., vs David-Barber ' and
Wyatt Culbertson .
106 Flossie Earmer vs Will Farmer
106-A J T yright ys Lillian Fronds Wright
108 Marg-aret S Earnhardt vs Adam W, Earnhardt -
109 William A Williamson vs T J Jerome et al r
111 W W Reid vs D J Reid - ' ' -:
112 HAL Kluttz vs E'H Miller
115 Chas L Basinger vs Marinda A Basinger
116 Sallie Chunn et al vs John Albertr Miller et al
117 D O Brady v'g Condor Mines Company
118 E H Miller vs N 0 Public Service Company
120 Esther Robertson vs John J Stewart Ag-ent Heirs
of Carolina Buckey et al
122 D Arey et al vs Fidelity and Deposit Company
123 Will Watson ys J-R Rice
126 Spencer Crescent vs J P Crowell
J 28 John S Blackwelder, Trustee Ellen C Black weld
er, Administratrix vs'J D Dorsett
129 R A Shuping et al vs Rowan County Commis
sioners et al
130 Walter J Shuping et al vs Rowan County Com
missioners et al ; '
131 Floreuce Biles vs A A Biles
132 H T Cooke vs T J Jerome ;
134 Rowan Hardware and Machinery Co., vs Marga
'ret C Redwine
137 J 0 Trexler vs W C Goodnight
138 James H Ramsay, Trustee A I V Newsom ys Jas
H Horah et al
140 In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of
141 Geo Fink vs Ed Karriker
142 Ralph W Gwinn vs W A Williamson
143 E 1 'ranford vs Western Union Telegraph o.
144 Mrs Kirby Morris ''ranford vs Western Union
Telegraph ompan' '
145 Walter M Kluttz et al vs Edmond r. Kluttz .
146 John L Davis vs J E Westmoreland
150 J H Frick et al vs Union arehouse and Trad
151 Overman and Tympany vs George W Oonnell
155 Davis and Wiley Bank vs J M Summers and D L
156 D L Arey vs J O White and Company
158 -W E Rosemun et al vs Louis A Kesler, Trustee
. et al
159 W alter Leaze-r vs Carrie Leazer
164 C R Propst vs Graf Davis Oollett '"ompany
165 J Adam Grubb et al vs Emma F Grubb
166 A L Smoot, Dr F O Rogers et al vs Rogers
167 Simpson Peacock Co vs Robertson Grocery Co
168 Snider & Bros vs J P Hannah et- al
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iKtin aridhwrSlK ills wherT SlbSn':
LL,iniment kills 7r3ain ?
I have used your Liniment and can '
say it is fine, t have used it for sorfc.
throat, strained shoulder, and it . acted
like a charm J'riZZen Dunri,. Routo i,
Box 88, Pine Valley y Miss. - . - V '.J
& " I am a painter "arid'paperhangef -bjr-trade,'
consequently up and down, lad- '
; dera About two years ago my left knee
" '"became lametaad spre. ,It'pan5d nie "StP
'nighis at times till I dd. not. rest," and"
- I was contemplating giving up my trade
xn account bf it when I chanced to think
"of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried '
it before, and I am glad to state that .
less than one 25c. bottle fixed me up
apparently as good as ever." Charles C.
Campbell, Florence Texas.
iuoconyeni;ncoi me vjourt uaienaar. , ! i ! -- i' r:". ;; ' . , J - IPVV
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of interest to
ALL OF OUR READERS.
AH Dealers 25c
Send four cents in stamps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc Philadelphia, Pa. Dept. B
auk & Trust Co.
I the Sti oi) gent Batik iq North Garolinaj
LAaOESr CAPITAL, LARGEST ASSETS.
rThjp gijHP Safety and. Protection to onr Depositors
4 per centv 'piid oiij SaviiTg rdt1 posits. You cari open an
aceounf with" on dollar aufVirpwards.
Sf you want to buy a Farm,
v Liiro oYSniall, see us.
if on have a Farm to Sell,
List it with us.
SALISBURY REALTY 2
. and Insurance Company.
jg S v y KA VM vt N VQvt Ni J
Another Saliabary boy has goDe
Frauce aboard a transport load
ei with hortes for the English and
French rmie, this being Henry
Smith, son of Mr. aud Mr. v
A. Smith. He was in Newport
News several we-jks awaitJDfc
orders for hi boat to leave, but
Salutary and kh man given a wofd wM received by his parents
hearkg befora W. .Henry Ho bsop h& he uf Friday .
The next Annual meeting of the
Live Stock Association will be
held in Salisbury next Jaunary
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26, 27, 28. Recently w .
Orampton county demonstrator
for Rowan and William James
and h ld for the npxt t&rm of Fed
eral court in a $1,000 bond.
The census takers who began
a canvass of the city some days
ago have now completed their
work and are ready to report to
the board cf alderman. It is stat- pPeaeote1 Salisbury's clainrto a
edthat the total population of m9etinJ. Gf the associations "exe
cutive committee. The received
rd from the seoretary of the
Salisbury as now constituted, will
probably be between 12 000 and
8. Curtis, an-
Jap. H McKensie, went to Albe- deoisjon to mee. nere.
marie Monday afternoon and re Th gfcafce Baraoa -Philathea
iomei with two Federal prieonera, oonTenfcion will be held in Raleigh
Martin looker and Will Daniels thi . on prii 22 25. Among
both white and both charged withLQe gftii8bury delegates are Messrs.
blockading. They have been in . t amno E. W. Tatum and
jail at AlbmarVand were brought ' B gaiweby. AU others wish-
to the Rcwan iai! to await trial ft hand their names
. i"S 6" ,
at the next term of Federal ccur. t. aitLar ne tha above named' Ken-
pu ouw " V
Dr. William A, Brown of Chi
cago will -be in the city Sunday,
and will deliver an address in the
old ccurt brute at 480. Every
body invited to attend.
Chief of police Miller, Sheriff
Krider and other Rowan officers
are confident that the greater part
of the blind tiger liqnor coming in
to Salisbury and Rowan oounty is
being brought ever from Davidson
county. They are now keeping, a
lookout in both Rowan and David
St, loan's Lutheran church of
this ciy is closing one of the
most saccatsful years of its long
life. On Sunday afternoon sey
eral dozen laymen of this churoh
participated ia an evetymeniber
canvass - in .the interest-of next
jears work, ' C
Mrs Adelaide Yost of the Or
gan church neighborhood, 4 this
oounty, wlio has been visiting her
son. J. B. Yost near the military
school building forseveral days,
had the misfortune to fall over a
small plank last Thursday at her
son's home and break her arm be
tween the elbow andlshoulder.
Mrs. Yost is 81 years old and suf
fered intensely fromlthe injuries.
A young man named tfooduignt
was met as jene hiuu
nights ago and relieved rf 18 pints
and a quart of whiskey of Sheriff
Krider. He was returning from
Richmond and brought more booze
than the law allows.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general- strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.dritea tout
Malarianrichea die lood buOd up. thk xttkai
A tme Xoafe. foe ftdolts and children, 60c
AT zW8i !
John; t,hn sevn mocths eld in-
ant of Mr. and Mrs. Hooier Sa
frit died at their home in the ex
treme southern part of the city
ast Thursday and the burial wa
at St Puls Church, in the county
Friday mprniug at 11 o'clock.
Caleb -Canup, aged about 73
years, difd at nis home tour miles
from this cifcy yesterday aftenjoon
at 1 o'clock after an illness of-sev
eral years dn ration - The funeral
and burial was at St Paul's Luth
eran Church this afternoon and
was condected by the pastor, Rev
M. L. Rideuhour. Mr. Canup
leaves a wife and a nnm'ier of
children to mourn bis death.
J. H. Corriher, aed 67 years,
died yesterday morning at bis
home near Landis of pneumonia.
The funerarand burial was beid
at Mt. Ziou Reformed Church to
day at noon, conducted by-the
pastor, RV J. H. Klley. Mr
John Rusher of this 0ity,
died at his home on East; Bank
f. . . .
Street Sutrday morning' 8t 7
o'clock at the ago - of 54 "years,
cause of death being ;:djartfoea.
Mr. Rusfier' waaa native Ko f
MooksviJle, was a mechanio"iy
trade and for several years i had
charge, of the ; pnm pine: station
two mileB east of this -cifiy". ; He
was a most excoljent man and had
a host of friei ds He leaves
to i nao ri r a - h i d eath a wife
and eight children besides a host
of friends. He was a menber: cf
Salisbury, chapter 272 Royal Arca
num. Mrs Mry A Braver of the
Union Ciiurch ueighborhoodjdied
the age ox no years, f or some
months Mrs. Boavor had been a
pufferer of cancer : f the face,
which was the canse of her death.
The funeral was conducted from
Union LofcheTsn Church Mcnday
Rftfrf.oou by the pastor, Rv, R.
L. Pattorsotj and the burial was
in th church c?oitery.
iMost'S B. IvJurr, a nativa Salis
lurian, aud a brother-in-law of
city tax ollflctor, J. M. Brown,
died at bis home m Chester, S. C,
laft Wednesday of pn uraonia.
Mr. Murr we a 80 ypara'of age and
had bf-en a resident of Chester for
the past 44 years. He was a na
tive of Salisbury and during the
Civil War rendered ' gallant services.
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One of lolerest Our Readers.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builda up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Valuable LaBdf For Sale.
Pursunnt'to the terms of a certain
m:rtgig trust aeo executeu uy
Alexander M ore ana wile. Annie
Moore., to the undersigned, .1. 1). Uor-
ijelt. trustee and morteagee, on the
20th day of .luiy. 1911 , which is duly
recorded in the th"e or the Kegister
It fDeds ior Rrwan County in Book .of
Mortgoge? No1 47 page. i,o. 242, de
fault having been mue in the pay
ment of the note therein secured, and
at. the request of the holdei of the note
therein secured, the umleT?ignea will
I expose tor sale at pubiic auction for
p;ish at the ccur'l hou;e door in Salis'-
hurv. N. C. on
i hursdav, ot-h dv ot ivmv. lwip,
at the hour of twelve M.., the follow ng
ries-Tibi d real estate:
Lying about ne and one-hair nines
east of Salisbury, IN. u. , aoouc one-
fourth of a mile of the Southern Fail
wavi djoinirig the lands f Nancy
MooreV un "the east side, Jackson
Noltce ol Sale.
Gioduews bears repeating, and
when it is confirmed after a long
lapse of time, even if we hesitated
tj believe it at first heariL's. we
feel secure in, accepting its truth
now. The following exoerince
of a Salisburv mau is confirmed Mooi-e on west side, being lot No. 4, in
(. ' . Mibatviaion ot the lanua or jacuson
, - V W, , : . Moore and Nancy Moore. f
John W. (lo?er, shoe repairer, Beginning at a stake Najiey Moore's
1B0N. Main St , Salisbury, Bays: corner, thence South 2& deg. E. 28,
"I suffered severely from "back. 15L chains, tz pn? ar1Qu)J;1'a
. j J . . coi'"er, thence 8. o5 deg 15-19 chains
ache and pams across my loins. to a gtone Jackson Moore's corner,
I COttWn t get 0U6 of bed. Doan's the.ne N. 55 dee. E. 167 chains to the
TCidnev Pillaharl orrAafclv roliovorl I beinhins corner, containing 2.53
oue of thefamily cf kidney trouble &0s: , , ' , . . , , . 1Q F
ji i j This the 31st day of March, 19 5.
aud 1 started using them. A few x Jamks D. Dchsett,
doses stopped the pain in my back ' trustee and mortgagee.
and I was soon well." (Statement John Rendleman, attorney
given January 6tb, 1908).
V nder end by virtue of an rder f
t) e superior court of Rowan Count ,
mvle in the special proceeding ehli
lira b; L. Daniels administrator o
Clisrles Auguetus Haynes vs. J. VV.
Horah, htii" at law, tha same being
No. upon the speeial rtriceeiling dock
et of fai1 co irt, the undersigned com
missioner will, on the
1st day of May, 1915,
a! 12 o'clock A. Mt at the court house
door in Rowan County, North Caro
lina, offer for Bale to the highest l ill
der for cash that certain tract of land
lying a ad being in Salisbury Town
ship, Rowan County, North Carolina,
described as follows:
The following described lot of land,
b ing tha lot of land purchased by
Thomas H. Lomax from Mike Ellis
andjs situate at the corner of Cald
well and Monroe Sreets 'in the great
V eet Square of the town of Salisbury,
N. C. Being the lot conveyrd by deed
to F. M. Jacobs r Executor of the will
of Thomas-fl. Lomax, deceased, .to C.
A. Haynes and registered Jn the office,
of the Register of Deeds for Rowau
County in book 121 at page 188, and
that the estimated value thereof is
This 31st day of March, 1915.
F. L. Daniels,
Vanderford & Coughenhonr. attorneys . '
On Maroh 10th. 1915, Mr. Glov
er added : I haven't had to take
Doan's Kidney Pills for a long
time. I still consider them the
best medicine for kidney trou
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
Pursuant to ths provisions contained
in a certain mortgage trust' deed ex
tented on October 23, 1911 by" J. T.
Hall and wife Katie Hall, to J. D.
);i sett. irux ter an I mortgagee which
is duly recorded in the orHce of the
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Crdmps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old,
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used infernally or externally. 25c
' V April 10th, 1915
All bills against ttowan
Goimtyr must b'er presented to
the auditor's qffiee in the
court house on or before the
25th of each month or ay
uaent will be deterred until
th following month. By
order of Board, of. County
J2. B. NEAVE, Jr.,
4-14 2t auditor
i , lieei-ter of Deeds for Rowan County
simply ask for a kidney remedy gook pf Mortgages No 43, page 179,
get Doan s Kidney
same that Mr. Glover had. Fester-
Milburn Co., Props , Buffalo,
Pills the defHult having been made in the pay
ment of trie no e tnerein secureu anu
at the requst of the hclderof said note
Ihe undersigned will expose for sale at
public auction for cash at the court
house door in the " city ot Salitb lry,
North Carolina, on
Saturday, the 16 day of Mav, 1915,
at the hour of 12 M., the following de
fci ibed real estate, si'uate at Speucer,
N'O., and described by metes and
bonds, us follows:
Beginning at the corner' of a twelve
foot allev on Whitehead Avenue, at a
For Sale, eggs for hatching. Leg
-herns' and Barred Rocks! fl.DO
pt?r 15 of -either or assorted t
Ethel Wetmoreiand, Thomasville,
TRADE WITH -
C. P. SHUPirJG
. , ., . . , . point 202 feet S. 87 degrees 45 minutes
111 armere Will hhd it to their v. from the intersection of Third
. . . . . ', -. Street and Whitehead Avenue, run-
interest to See me Wnen Sell ning along sail Whitehead Avenue 110
tat to thu middle of a straight ditch.
lBg theirproduce. be the same more c;r Jess thence in a
s r routheasteriy uirecuon au.ng saiu
We pay Highest Cash Price straight ditch 314 feet more or less, to
- a stone in the edge of Hudson venue,
for Chickens, EggS and all and on a southeastern line, of lot No
13. 1R0 fe't more or less to a stake at
kinds Of Produce and Selling intersection oU twelve f-ot alky and
"Having qualified as administrator
upon the estate of William Leonard,
d: ceased, t hi? is to notify all persons'
having claims against the estate to
pi-esenf the same to the undersigned
for payment on or before March 17th,
1916, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will make
1 rompt settlement. -
This March, 17tn, 1915.
W. H. Leonard.
PI ANO TUNING
E. S. VAN ALSTYNE,"
Highest Loca I Reference.
' ,20 W. Bank gtv '
- Salisbury, N. C..'
'Phones 101, 85 or 61, 2-121
fhA vflrv n tt nortliwesterly direct on, along tne
luo'( vol y lir.o of said nv 240 feet more or less.
to the beginning corner, being lofs 5
and 6 -and parts of lots-7. 12 and 13, in
O .f fV.Q Wl.itohonil nddiliiin t.O
Headquarters for Watkins the town of Spence-, n. g.
This the 9th day ot April, iaio.'
. J D DOBSCTT,
x trustee and mortgagee.
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
C. P. SHUPirJG.
I Remember Thk Watchman
1 office can do'yoar job printing.
Eggs to HaW for Sile.Pure Biff
Plvmontb Rock, Bnff Orpington
and Buff Loghorn at 60c ; per s-t-ti'ng'of
15 eggs-at the. paraotiagej
ir $1 00 shipped See br addr-tfc
Rev C A, BrownK China. Grove,
N. 0.' . ; -'
Gasli for All Stamps. . ok amobg
; yoor old papers' for stamps issa-j
d before and during the war,
United Statei' and Oqj&ed,et)e.
Some of their are worth bi money.
Don't take them on the . envyelQpe,
rfut I ring tb'eni. in 1 6 me aqd'get:
cash for them-r ' WM. H. dTBwabt.
Watohmau offioe, SaJUbary. N,Q