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AJPAB DC ADVANCE
. .Ishrboro, Karta C
rkaraday, Merck U, ltu - t .-:
jlaJ Bee In Critical Jitioa
OPPORTUNITY TO LEAD THIRD PARTY
f - rf'.- -an.
Politica DerelopmcBta as a Result of the OQ Scudsi Have Gl
..- For. Some Time
Him the Opportunity; He and Bis followers Maintsis that
They Are AH That is Left of Real Republican Party.
i . "... - ' "TmMI1"
v -r - i ' I if ' I; 1
v Mrs. C. W. Steed died at Memorial
hoapital Jn Asheboro Saturday : ; X oh
Jo wing serious - operation , few
dayiibefore. .. For torn fame before
the operation-Mrs. Steed's, eonditioir
.had been -considered grave, and little
bop vu given by the. ' physician.
Before her marriage Mrs. Steed was
Mis Susie Pritchard, daughter J of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pritchard, bring
a few mfles west of Asheboro. ! :: In
" early youth she professed religion- to
the Methodist Episcopal Church, and
'this was the church she attended. She
i. hmr hiihnd.' (l . W. : . Steed,
fThiAf of Police of "Asheboro, and five
'small children, -the' youngest r
Wtina' ttMh' Hie" funeral
miuioetad 3 at ..Charlotte
":. Church; font miles westrof Aheboro
Rev," W. H.' Willis officiated. Mrs.
. t!4-A ma lmnum bv all to be an exr
iian wif mt mother, and while
she was quiet and retiring bjr nature,
she had large ? number of staunch
friends; who with the family mourn
their toes. . ', ." y " ' - .j
yt, Mcieanv- LumbwtonMan, . An
Unounces His Candidacy i For, Ju
. k rnatorial,lomtoation , ,
SifdA'.'M'eLeaii, IneA&elr'oz' the
national democratic committee, ' haa
'announced his candidacy for-the gu
bernatorial nomination in the demo-.,
eratic state primary election to3 . be
.Jheld ta,o0'-:-:3,W' " :
? Mr. -McLean was for our years a
-member f the war finance corpora
r tinn nnder the administration of Pres-
' Mnnta Wilson and Hardinir. He has
- entered the race against J. W. Bailey,
: who -has aireaay ennouncea nu canui
'i dacy. ?- . . v . , ' '
' Mr. 'McLean has- named W. X
i Brogden, of Durham, as hia campaign
manager. - He is a member cf the law
firm of Brogden, Beid and. Bryant, of
Durham and ta weu Known in poiracai
: irrlAS throughout the state 1
i n-Mr: McLean fa a, farmer, lawyer.
i banker, manufacturer and former
jfcpresident of ;i the Virginia-Carolina
and Southern railroad. He was oorn
in nooeeon counvT TO-ji w, xmu,
the: son of, Archibald, Alexander and
T.nlW-JL McTaaiL ;v: -
Mr McLean first entered politics
at the age of 21: being elected chair
"'' man of, the Robeson county Bemo
cratie executive committee. He was
V a delegate-at-large to the national r
A. Democratic convention in. 1904 " and
J. was a memoer t oi .tne .. convenaon
committee onx rmeaJ--; He was-also a
'national convention at Baltimore in
1912. Mr. McLean has been a mem
ber of. the Democratic national com
mittee since 1916.
r - !
Ashebore'a New School Bui!
(By David F. St Clair.)
ASHEBORO SCHOOL BOND
ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY
Will Be ' Held For Issuance of
r-Bonder' for 4 Completion of
- - School Building.
. ..The Asbeboro School Bond election,
which was called by the school Board
will e held next Tuesday, March 18.
The election is to authorize the school
board to issue bonds for the necessary
amount for the completion of the!
school building and for the seating of
the auditorium. The amount oi which
not to exceed $50,000. When i the
building is completed Asheboro will
have one of the most modern i 'and
best equipped school; buldings in the
state. The first bond issue was con
sidered sufficient for the completion
of the building but after the work was
begun it was. decided that the plans
were not adequate for a period long
enough in1 the- future, accordingly
larcrer nlans were made and the ne
cessity arose for a larger expenditure
of money for the; completion - or a
building which would suffice tne need
for several years to come. There are
now more than Sight hundred pupils
in school and there will" probably be
more than a thousand by next year.
At this rate of increase in attendance.
it is necessary to plan for the future,
There' has been an erroneous report
WILCAT OIL SCHEME ; .
BEING WORKED IN. STATE
Teachers and All Other Citizens
Are Advised To Let v This v
Wildcat Scheme Alone.4 ".:
Howard Nethkinan oil promoter
PRIZES OFFERED TO HIGH
SCHOOL BOYS AND GffiLS
U. D. C. To Give Scholarship
For Best Essay on Life of
; t . . Jefferson Davis.
'Mrs. E. L. Moffitt, president of the
whd has his headquarters in the state;, Randolph Chapter United Daughters
of Sonora, Mexico, has been sendinsr of the Confedracv is in receiDt of a
literature to practically every teacher .communication from Mrs. L. B. New-
in'North Carolina ureinrv them' -to. ell. chairman of .Education in the
take stock in certain oil stock State organization, explaining schol-
pany. This oil promoter jhas , arship offered by United Daughters
evidently had out a scout throughout i of the Confederacy. Every Hie-h
North Carolina getting up a list of school boy and girl in the1 county
state. It is said that Nethkln writes ) The high school boy who writes
a very convincing letter in which he the best essay on the life of Jeffer
promises a fortune to those who are son Davis will receive a scholarshin
inclined to take a chance at such; -a 'at the' University of North Carolina
long distance wild cat scheme. ' This r at -State college, as he wishes,
is the first wildcat oil scheme to f be - valued at $200. The paper must not
worked in . North Carolina by a pro- exceed 2,500 words,
motor outside of the United States,) , The girl who writes the best essay
according to the State Insurance flDe-, or paper on the same subject will
partment. All teachers and all other have her choice of a $200 scholarship
citizens are advised to let this wildcat-, to North Carolina college or Eastern
thongh the senator's followers claim
Waahingtoo, .- March 11. Politteal fog m the country that the people are
developments as a result of the oil nmdy to torn their backs sn both the
scandal havs given Senator La Fol- 0id parties. But independent political
lette of Wisconsin what be believes' observers here are convinced that the
to be the ' opportunity he has for, 0a seandal has not affected the for
years longed for, to lead a third party tunes of the Democratic . party fat
ha a candidate for President cf the anything like the measure it has the
United States. It is now definitely Republicans. It has only punctured
understood in political circles here (he boom of the outstanding Demo
that the Wisconsin senator refused to cratie candidate while it has bespat
allow hia name to be entered as a tared not only the Republican admin
candidate for President in the Repub- iatration but besmirched certain mem-
lican primary in Morth Dakota lor ban of congress who belong to that
no other reason than his intention to party.
head a third party. Both the Coolidge' The Wisconsin senator's strength is
and Johnson managers attributed this regarded as remaining confined to
action on the part of the senator to some half dozen Northwestern states,
the desire to give Johnson a chancfr They are Wisconsin, Minnesota, the
but La Follettes friends have repud- Dakotas, Nebraska, possibly Iowa,
iated that interpretation. Washington and Oregon. Washing-
It is declared that he has no more ton and Montana have sent to the
place in his heart for the Johnson senate Democrats of the progressive
brand of Republicanism than he has La Follette type. With the exception
for the Coolidge brand. The senator's of Montana all these states are rock
refusal to enter the North Dakota ed ribbed Republican. With the ex-
primary and his bitter denunciation ception of Oregon tne progressive
of the Cleveland convention as "al- Republican-Democratic element is in
ready packed" definitely read him by the ascendent. Leaving Oregon, wis
his own words out of his party. Iconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa out, it
His plans to lead the insurgent- is not believed mat president uoouage
nroirressive woun of the Republican could carry any one or tnese against
DEATH OF MRS.
OF HIGH POINT
Carolina Teachers' - college. . These
papers must be typewritten and sent
in to Mrs. Newell not later than
Mrs. 3. R. Reitzel, widow of DrX
R. Reitzel. of Hiarh Point: died last
Monday . afternoon at a High Point
HEAVY SNOW-FALL SUNDAY
AND MONDAY NIGHTS
; Again Monday morning the people
of the town opened their eyes to a
the present bond election h i fos-hdBptaji Mrs. Reitzel was about? 60
!" v r i years old ana naa been a resident oi
home. The idwvejxplanation - has High Point for inany yeais. ; She was
""y "'6."" - one of the leadmg workers or ntml"JA::i Ili,
citizens the 'truth concerning the Methodist Protestant church and'was tJPZ if'
plans for the education of the children u mu:h MoT(d woman. xtail-Wre-SSSJK
in the town, both now and in the fu
It is important that everyone who
registered for the bond election go
oat and vote if they are in favor of
it otherwise their vote will be count
ed against the issue.
;p, FRIENDS CHURCH NEWS
NEAR EAST MEETING AT M. E.
CHURCH SUNDAY EVENING
A umon service was hehf at the
M. E. church Sunday evening in- the
interest of the Near East Relief work,
ftev, J. S. Gilliapie, of Gastonia, was
the speaker ot the occasion, and his
talk was composed chiefly of his ob
servations while visiting these coun
tries last year. 'Many interesting in
cidents were told in Rev.' Gillispie's
Interesting and earnest maimer1. Aside
from being an unusually fine worker,
he is also a talented speaker end has
the power of making iis stories "hit
home." An offering was taken at the
close of the service which will help
toward the amount to be raised in this
county Mr. J. K. Wilson, of - Ashe
boro is the chairman of the work is
Randolph this year, and he arranged
The Ladies' Missionary society will
meet with' Mis. E. E. Lewallen ;on
Thursday-.night at 7:30. .&.- 1
. The southern-; artewy. meeting
will e held at the Friends' church, in
Asheboro oh Saturday and Sunday,
March 22 and 23. Lunch will be served
at the church on Saturday.
Rev. Calvin Gregory, wife and ba
by attended the ministerial conference
at Goldsboro last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Welch, Mr. and
Mrs.' Weldon Parker, Miss Virginia
Saunders and Miss Irene Beasley
motored down from Mt Airy Sunday
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Gregory. , . ;
The Senior C. E. society held two
services at the county home Sunday
' Next Sunday will be Dollar day at
Sunday school Everyone is urged to
bring as huge an offering as possible,
the collection to go to the missionary
ENJOYABLE PARTY AT JULIAN
services were held yesterdays JlaV: ' ZT ZZa JSC
Krnnlrn. of Kandolnh eomtv ' fm-U m "f r "
.! And again Monday night more
.. . TOmra . tsnoW came and stayed until the sun
McADOO TO iW d
blAlJb rtUAlAUT LWedHeadav. Thia marks tho stemA
. . , . 't-d snowfall of tiie season in this section,
William G. McAdoo will be entered; anj n would have been the deepest in
as a candidate in the presidential, the history-of several years had the
primaries fa North Carolfiut aMOjfd- ground not been so damp that it all
uyf w u. Butwnneufc syb uuKo n0 8tay on the ground,
McAdooi after a conference with-j-Tc-
Adoo 1eaders!iashiniton .the. fi
of the week, i This determination was
reached after a consultation" with Mr.
McAdoo's national campaign man
ager. Judge Brock states that in his
judgement the . Democrats , of both
Carolinas favor McAdoo and belives
his election will follow his nomination.
party are now formulated. He is to
have his great chance, he believes.
In every Republican national con
vention for the last twenty years ne
has had his handful of followers.
During all these years he has been a
thorn in the side of his 'party and
a DroeTessive Democrat.
The La Follette candidacy is Re
publican. It is to Republicans he will
make his appeal and if . he can cut
off from 50 to 75 electoral votes from
the Republican column, the loss in
the opinion of observers here, means
his party was unable to cast him out j a decissive defeat to the party for it
because he persisted in remaining and
callinsr himself a Republican and he
means to continue this course, mre
now he and his followers raise the
banner of revolt on which they retain
the Republican' name.
La Follette and his' followers main
tain that they are what is left of the
real Republican party tne party oi
Lincoln. They have come to hold the
balance of power in congress. In the
house this insurgent element 'voted on
tax legislation almost invariably with
the Democrats. It is predicted they
will doJUkewise in the senate.
The regular Republicans are'there
fore beirinninsr to take the La Fol-
intta eandidaev seriously - and . the
Democrats are becoming jubilant.
Tiiiifctl injured tn
S. E. ALLEN DEAD
Star Will Pat In Water Works
Miss Pauline Whitaker was hostess
to a number of friends at a very en
joyable narty at her home at Julian,
last Saturday evening,-;. March 8, at
7:50 o'clock. Rook' was played at
three tables. After the conclusion of
the ames a delicious course of re
freshments, including cake and hot
The progressive town of Star has chocolate, was served. Those present
passed aft ordinance for the issuance , were: Misses Moselle oooie, Mae
of bonds for 4 water and sewer ays-1 York, Mabefc tork,; Grace r Garrett,
tern. The loww has been surveyed, Elisabeth Banner; and Messrs. Floyd
blue prints made and an estimate pre- .Garrett, J. Norman Deviney, James
sented. ' -" flBrownt Keith. Whitaker. .. .
After years of 01 health. S. E. Al
len, of Ramseur suffered - a second
stroke of paralysis this -week, result
ing in his death Tuesday. Mr. Allen
was a well known man of the county
and is a Confederate Veteran, having
gone through the four years of the
war without being wounded. He was
80 years old. His wife, who was
Miss Ursula Masten and three sons
survive. The sons are W. H. Allen, of
Rockingham; M. E., and C E. Alien,
of Asheboro. The funeral and burial
services were conducted by Rev T. G.
Green and Rev. John Allied, at
Pleasant Ridge . church Wednesday.
Mr. Allen had a great many staunch
friends who mourn his death.
FRANK HOOVER DIES
ASHEBORO QT1ZEN DIES UPON :
LEARNING OF BROTHER'S ILLNESS
A sudden death which skocked the
family and friends occurred Tuesday
afternoon when Mr. Frank Hoover, of
near Farmer, dropped dead. Mr.
Hoover was 70 years old, and for sev
eral months had been in . ill - health.
His wife, who was Miss Annie Walk
er survives, also two brothers. T. J.
cr M s -.1... ' rt o rr ....
(of "Waahingtonf W. O. Hoover, In
diana; Jno. W. Hoover, Indiana;
sales in The Courier this week, one the subject of the discpurse. In nis
a farm known as the William Cavi- speech Mr. Bailey praised the prog
ness place at Coleridge,, next Satur- ress along the line of educa Uo roads
day, March fifteenth; the other, the and other things, but stated that towj-,
H. D. Smith place nea. Seagrove, er freight rates and lew, tax on land :
March, 19th. They will also conduct as a means oi uib;w i '.
a sale at Bennett in April. Messrs. the State. He also meuntt, - I Uat
Grimes and Clark have conducted a progress is measured by wt i ia
number of sales in the county. Mr. the homes of the North Caro. b. .
H. J. Hoover, son of Mr. Ivy Hoover, Mr. Bailey announced . hisda--Asheboro
Route 1, is one of the con- cy about two monthsjaga ..
tract men for the firm.
Saturday afternoon three men were
injured painfully when the car driven
and owned by Ex-Register of Deeds
J. W. White, left the road and plung
ed into a branch. The accident oc
curred on the detour between Worth-
ville and Central Falls, on a sharp
curve. The steering wheel locked and
caused the car to go down the steep
embankment into the branch. With
Mr. White was Mr. Jesse Overman,
of this place, who was injured pain
fully, but not seriously. The third
occupant of the car was Mr. N. C.
McDowell of Trinity, who went to
the hospital here for treatment and
was then able to go home. Mr. White
sustained a fractured rib, and numer
ous onuses, nut was also able to go
to his home at Archdale. The car was
I The men were on their way to the
Republican County Convention which
was held at the court house in Ashe
REV. RAYMOND BROWNING
TO CONDUCT MEETING
Rev. Raymond Brown inir, a noted
evangelist, will conduct a series of
meetings at Fair Grove church, near
Ihomasville, beg-inmnir March 16th.
The people of Randolph and surround
ing counties are fortunate in hav
ing another opportunity to hear Mr.
Browning. He recently held a series
of -meetings at Trinity.
is believed the Wisconsin senator can
win certain states in the Northwest
that no Democrat could capture. It is
held that he can not possibly win any
rock-ribbed Democratic state, borne
calculators give him Kansas but Kan
sas is Republican.
The La Follette followers are how
ever counting on the probability that
the oil investigation drag itself along
through the whole summer and the
scandal will extend itseii to tne names
of men yet unmentioned in both par
ties and it will become so black that
the whole country be ripe for revolt.
They -say -that La Follette is the
real father of this investigation and
the country will come to see in him
Grimes sad Clark. High Point Real
Estate Auctioneers! Have two
Sales In Randolph..
Hon. Jeeiah W. Bailey formally
Opens Campaign In Raleigh-
Hon. Josiah W. Bailey formally
opened his campaign for Democratic
Senator Lenroot Resigns From
Senator Lenroot of Wisconsin,
chairman and member of the oil in-
(By W. H. Willis).
Mrs. Jennette Luck, Mrs. W. H. Me
Mahan and the writer attended Jt d in
vestigating committee of the United trict Epworth League meeting at
States Senate, has resigned on ac- Greensboro Sunday afternoon,
count of ill health. He will be sue- Again, death invades the ranks of
ceeded by Senator Ladd of Wisconsin, our local Methodism. Mr. J. N.
a Trnrressive Republican. senator Bennett, a man in his prime, wen
Lenroot is at Southern Pines recuper
ating his health.
Underwood Leads In Home State
Bllizard In Virginia
Another blast of winter sweeDini?
Henry A. Hoover, Buffaly, N. Y. The north Monday night and blanketinn
iiunerai win oe neid at rarmer at North Carolina with a coat or snow
(eleven o'clock today- Rev, Mr. Clay struck with heaviest force in Vinrinia,
" A shock to the entire town wss the , Joined the M. E. church at Asheboro, conductingjt . locking out wire Imesd delsying
dith of Mr. J. N. Bennett which and from this church the funeral ser- -j ,&,J? th,an .1iM...le?5p
earns suddenly 8unday morning from .vices were conducted, Tuesday after- FKOSFECITvb KOAD FROM "v, u wepnono po.i wer. o.own ac
. cmiuo uuutjm siunwj ."""lu"i v. I . t n, T titiui- . i wnnrainil p Tf a anvnlRft tho rallwmv tracka on thn main line
noon, or ivev. ti . n. nuus, vwwi i w w - - -- --- - -. ,
the- ehnrch. Many beautiful flowersL . 5 I - . ' or .we ooutnern luuiway Detween tne
. J' . Wi V A a f . - 11 1 . ml S imttwtm tr mw RJAk m Ml in mm hnMlaH
and e large number of people: wnor Kepresentativea irom tne enamoers JLJ ,
Senator Oscar Underwood, candi
date for the Democratic nomination
for president, in the preferential pri
mary held in his home . state, Ala
bama, Monday carried most of the
counties of the State by Jarge majori
ties, leading his nearest ' opponent by
more than 15,000 votes.
from us Sunday morning.
The committee on superannuate en
dowment, Mr. Parks, chairman, will
lead in the effort to raise our quota
for that cause, next Sunday. A
church wide canvass will be made.
1 W. R. Myers and Julia Sumner, of
near Thomasville, were married Wed
nesday by the writer at Asheboro.
Themes to be discussed by the pas
tor Sunday, are as follows:
11:00 A. M. "Foot Washing",
i 7:30 P. M. "Liars".
YOUNG ASHEBORO MAN
HAS BECOME AN INVENTOR
anonlexv."- For several weeks Mr.
X Bennett has suffered! from rheuma
tism. but for ever a week prior te bis
-V deattu M had beep able to be ut onl
y -..ma atresia aomsu ounuuy uuvu
- a meesage ame saying his brother
-, at Wilmington was at. the point of
death, and Mr. Bennett had gone to
" his room to pack a bag to go although
:- his wife and two daughters felt that
he was not' strong1 snougiT'loT th
trip.: Before he was ready to start,
he had a atroVa of enoolexv which re
sulted in his death soon after sight
o'clock that evening.. He is the son
of Mr. and Mm. J. N. Bennett having
keen born in Town Creek, Brurwkk
county f iftv-one rears aro. In early
life hs profcuwd rtlilon. and a few
years aro, reconwc rated himself
bln. l.l. .! J &.4
joining t! PTnb o'lmt' r Episcopal
church fit V. ir - n-; "m. For hbout
. five vpam Vt. I w -t n,l tila fmmllv
bar lived In ' 'rfiro. harinr charts
of t!, Anhlyn hot-1.
Kent thrv have
rr''l9 rnnny tr'wnAn In bimliMMiS SS
Some of the main
Draveo vns snow to aiianu ui unviw y4 . v vwu j L.T . ji . i k v..t- "
and burial were proof or the esteem counties met uus raw wees at icx-1'" "i " w
in which the deceased snd his famUy Ington and iotned hands In an tttort ; ? J '
are held in the town. Especially sad to secure the construction of a high- UtU Cirt M"dy: Judf
me : -.- . ' tj i .
andi " JiZii to buy. She steps to this dial and
ST "X tKa ul. nroohewl was turns a pointer to the desired number,
high scheoft the class propnecyj was 4K1 TD. limhAr tirAllv
that MB, rerree would oeoome s gre" i . .. . . ' . Y . Tf v,l
W. F. Harding Preaides.
was this ease, for the family have way bridge across the Yadkin River.
other brother who was ill died two with visor a movement to secure ths .K Lf'T
houre latensad was buried in. WUv construction oi a nara sunscea nin- " """."J"' J . ' X,
mington Monday afternoon. Bumv- way oeiween Kunm ana "" rT, t"Z:'; Jk. tWdJ
Ins: are wife, and two daughUrs, boro, through Lexington, and to i Invite will be given over to the trial of
Mrs. Henry Ingram, and Helm Ben their neighboring counties of Iredell, dvU caiws. the third week to ths
nett forVand one brother. Ths Randolph, Moore and Guilford to Jom trial of rlminaJ .eases. There are a
fit tka W.1 MiMterv. In ths promotion of this Finehurst to ; number of Important cases son- ths
. . . I t i - -- aiiiajtaae . Wmm. aiMinrw
-.1,1.1, Mr. Rmmittsui 11. B. varner was siectea cnairman ""uv-w "
-- . - . . . ... w.. .
staunch member. Amongmose wno oi w ,n.u,- ,7. T I
attended the funeral from out of town these objects, and A. A. Holland was
were: Mr. ana airs. u. v. twwii, .'
Wtnstoa-Salerar Mr. Bam times,
of W EnVMr 'and : MrT L c! Oevslaad county U'slannlng to
tVGtl Mrs.! paint and (beautify rt. 'rmrtead.
Mrs. J. U Bolton, of union, .0.71 f""."'? " rS'V" i .
Mr. and Mrs. Butler,
of Columbia, lng County Agent . fi. uwrenos m
this wiss movsmens,
Wlnfred Carr, Optoaietrisl,
Opens Office la Asbeboro.
Mr. Wlnfred Carr was in Asheboro
Saturday practicing i his profession,
lis has equipped an office over ths
Bank of Randolph m ths offices for
merly occupied by Dr. F. C Craven,
Mr. Tvson T. Ferree, younirest has figures around the
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ferree, of 8enting all the usual numbers of
Asheboro, is a young man with an Dounds of ice . housekeeper :wishea
aDnears in a-cut out spaced of the
otherwise blank dial at the front door.
The necessary connection between the
two dials hi made by means of a
wire run under the house.
Mr. Ferree has applied fori patent
on hia uniaue invention end''b pre-
,t ' paring to put it on the market In-
dicatlona are that the indicator will
r yk - , , . .
noundi of ice ths fee man ia to leave D' wwn"
without the cook or housekeeper los-.c108- . J
ing time or steps to go te tne
Inventor. "Even' now, It looks as tr
this prophecy will come true. He
certainly has one Invention to his
credit that bids fair to do a mom
useful and profitable one to ice men
and busy housekeepers.
The device Invented by Mr. Ferree
fat an Indicator that will register
one's. front .door the . number
porch to hang out the card. This In
dicator Is aa improvement over the
The indicator will be made of
strong material so that when ones
installed it will last an indefinite
old-fashioned card In another wayvperiod of Urns and will coat nouimg
Tha wind will not blow it down nor for upkeep. Those who have, exam-
flop it over with face to the. wall In mod the indicator say that .it makes
I act, young sir, rerrw om wwwtw ay, "T. r , . ,7 IZZ
theidea when walking j along the eouTd object to 1U bemg located in the
street on day, hs saw aa ice . card sent of bouse. It can b Installed
blown down from it place at th a few minute without injuring the
front door. Th on In th kitchen houwe ta any way. yf .- .
a m fjti-la. IbsTamily