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-z of interest to izz
HiiMjiWMiss' ; -; M annette ; Ramsaur
Bpent Saturday;untir Taes
day in Greensboro attending
the commencement., eercisea
NormaPand - in
College. ; -
MiBdes Lillian. " STary and
Christine Miller and yizzie
Bakef, Albert Miller and
Floyd! Corriher - were . at
Bavid8on:,Wednesday to' at
tend the commencement ex
ercises : - :-:My '' :
Miss Mary Rose" will leave
7 i Monday for North River, Va.j
ta attend . the IfillerGamble
r marriage. From there she
will go to Culpepper,, Va.t to
- visit friends. ? r, v
: V Bernard . Patterson . is at
home from Princeton Uni
versity, - -r .
; i J,; M. . Eddleman was a
1 Salisbury: visitor yesterday. :
r: Mrs. J L. Holshouser and
Miss Delia Peeler,.left ,Wed
b nesday : evening for Chester,
S.: C, . to visit Mrs, Hoi-
r shouser '8 daughter," Mrs. M.
. " D. James. ' ..
Mrs. R. D. Jenkins and
. chilIren,left Monday to visit
relatives in ' Tennessee.
Vernon Blackwelder, who
was so seriously injured "at
the cotton mill -recently is
. able to-be put and is' improvs
ing rapidly. . " : -
v' -UnclePat is having & new
roof put on a portion of his
residence and is assisting in
the work. - ,
' Misses Fannie Hutchens
and Bessie Goodman, of Kan
napolis, visited Miss Georgia
Felker Sunday afternoon.
Jason Xitaker is now on
his regular summer job. He
is busily engaged holding
down a chair on the front
H. C. Miller was in Salis
bury on business yesterday.
There was a small blaze at
. L'.'M. Holshouser's Tuesday.
A blaze was noticed on the
roof of the ell but it was
quickly extinguished by
neighbors and little damage
Mr. and Mrs. John Seamon
and little daughters, Geneva
and Elsie, of Woodleaf,
Route 1, visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Felker.
Mrs Hood also came with
them They returned home
Joseph Carpenter and son,
of.Cooleemee, visited at H.
W. Felkei- s . .Saturday and
Mrs. Crissie Blackwelder,
widow of the late James
Blackwelder, is very ill at
t ie home of hep son-in-law,
I lenry r - Fesperman. Mrs.
1 : lack welded is eighty -odd
y jaiffl old and her friends are
u leasy about her condition.
"Mrs. W. H. Riser, is visit
in? her sister, Mrs. Riden
b ar, in Albemarle, u
Miss Waunita Kestler, of
Salisbury, is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Kirk.
J. L. SiflEerd spent several
H r vs. in Mt. Pleasant this
" w iik on business connected
with Mont Amoena Semin
Kranth lnom is still m
tli i hospital and it is believed
it- improving. ' 1
- " Jas. N. Day vault's childs
W&?MI&ot tKe. State
Viss Stlrew ilf Beetces (astrsctor iiiCU
Miss Ada Stirewtlfcii StteDdiBg
MpDi .AtocBqa ; Seminary, Moabk
waH liat Jsi . completed & pQit
gradnatfr coDrBeNa tbe jpiDoiDnati
CoDiervatory of -Maaio .and ill
probablyjacoepi the position of Ib
tractor iDrmhsip at Mont Amoe ija ;
She is- weU yjqiialified ifof such " a
Stock of Jki PiitersoB-Yooog. Mercantile
; Ccmpaaf Disposed
Wilkiej.apci W. J . Swink,
receivers for tbo .PatterionYoacg
Mercantile Company of this place
and Kannapolis, y have sncceeded
in disposing of the entire stock of
goods; an np'tOdate "line'of mer
chandise, -to .B.'VD. .' Corriher.. of
Mobresvjlle. . - Mr. Oorriher will
continne . the business ' here at
China Grove and close. np that at
Kannapolis, either bj moving
tfcatj stook to this plabe or selling
it oat there.' The firm's name has
not been decided on yet. The sale
depends on confirmation by the
jndge of this district, r
T&ree New Aalomobiles. : X "
Automobiles : are getting
thick around China Grove
these days. - Counting the
three new ones received, this
week it makes about one
dozen in the community. The
new ones are, one 36 H. P.
five?passenger Maxwell for
Rev. , W'. fi. Riser, and a
Maxwel I and rStuiebaker for
J, L. Bostian and W. H. Bos
tian,,; Messrs. Bostian have
made the purchases for the
purpose of doing a - livery
Weik to Begin on Hew Bank Building.
The contract for the construction
of the building in which the Bank
of China Grove wijl make ita home
has been let. Ed. L. Fleming and
John Taylor, of Landis, are the
succeaef ul bidders and they will
begin work as soon as the necessa
ry material can be gotten togeth
er . These splendid gentlemen
will see that a first-class job is
done and will employ as far as
possible local mechanics to do the
To Build Kei Broom Factory.
The Watt ins brothers, finding
it necessary to move from their
present quarters in the old Bur
glar Alarm factory, have decided
to erect, a bmlding suitable for
the manufacture of broomB and
large enough in which to conduct
their terowing business . The
building' will be of wood and will
be near the site on which their
former factory was burned. ;
If China Grove continues to pat
up factory and residences it will
become almost impossible to see
the town for the houses.
Will Improve Sidewalks.
John E. Cline has just gotten
a beautiful new show-case and has
it well stocked with cigars, etc.
Mr, Cline's new store room is
about completed and he will nowJ
hav9 the sidewalks around the
building well cemented and great
ly imorored. Mr. Cline never
does things by halves.
How's This? ?:;
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. Chenky & Co., Toledo, O.
We, 'the undersigned, have
Vnown F. J. Cheney for ' the last
15 years, and believe him perfect
ly honorable in all business trans
actions and finanoially,. able to
carry out any obligations made by
his firm. " -Zr;
National Bank of Commebci, v
, Toledo, O;
. Hall's Catarrh Core is taken in
ternally, acting, directly upon the
blood atd mucous snrf aces' of thev
system. Testimonials sent free.
Prioe 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists: v -
Take Hall'f Family PilU'for
;Hcre-Is Something i New For
r- "Big Nationals Cohserva-
'rC ':v- tion 'f Exposition;
Msa Jtriia C Lathrop, One of Cduntiys
c,i Most Noted Women, at Head of This
Pepartnient for Knoxville Show
Every Mother Will Be Interested in
"6heck your. baWtinuidame?"
This Is frolng to-'be piie pt the queries
Uiat will be heard "frequently, during
the progress of the "big National Con
serTation ' Exposition In KnoxxUle.
Tenn. The exposition win throw open
its gates on September 1 and will con
tinue until November JL ; v
The Baby ChecMng Department"
will. 'be only rone of ' the many novel
things that thel progressive men and
women in charge .of the 'Child Welfare
Exhibit will arrange for the 'exposition.
The question asked above and answer
'el affirmatively, does not - mean-.that
baby will be checked, tagged and then
put in an Oblong compartment- like a
suit case. Rather, it will mean that
baby will be taken in- charge by. com
petent nurses and ;Well cared for. ,;,
( There Is ; going , to be a babies'
rocm" in the Child Welfare. Building
at the National Conservation . Exposi
tion, a room, well lighted,! alryj screen
ed and.dalntily ifurnishedC There will
be" plenty of room for the children to
romp and play; there will also,Nbe cozy
rest rooms, where the' little ones can
sleep when their, eyes become : heavy
and. their little legs tired. v s ;
Experience has shown that' many
mothers, rather - than miss . the t show,
such as. the National Conservation Ex
position will be must bring the little
ones. The management of the expo
sition welcomes the "children. . It wants
everyi chUd. to seer the . wonders on dis
play But at the same time, the wom
en In charge .of the Child "Welfare- De
partment realize. how necessary it is
to have a place, where. - mother.- can
leave; the children, r So the aby
Conservationist and head of National
Advisory Board of National Conser
. vation Exposition.
Checking Department," It will be a
place where mother can leave the chil
dren and rest assured of the fact that
they will be having the best kind of a
time, and. that they will be looked
after every minute of the day.
Baby Health Contest.
I: is also proposed that in the Child
Welfare Building there shall., be a
"Laby Health Contest." The one 'ob
ject of this contest will be to set" up
a standard of health for the babies.
The! absurd features too often cruel
of many baby shows will be done away
with by this feature. The Babies!.
Clinic of Knoxville has agreed to co
operate in, the "Baby Health Contest"
Here Is the way In which it will be
carried on: First, there will be a stand
ard score card. Then the physical de
velopment of the child is compared
with the score card, and a certificate
or medal is given in accordance with
the facts. There is no competition be
tween babies, but only the effort to
reach a standard. But the very pur
pose of the. Child Welfare Department
of the exposition would not pe served
unless there were something further.
.There will be advices to mothers offer
ed by competent men and women:
Thus the child will be benefited and
also the parents. ' - ; ;
These are only two of the many fea
tures that will form a part of the ex
hibits in the Child Welfare Building at
the exposition. Miss Julia C.. Lathrop,
chief of the the Children's Bureau of
the . United States Department of La-
I bor and one of the most noted women
lame country.. is in. iau cnarge oi uib
plans and preparations that, are' being
made for these exhibits. Miss Lathrop
was for many years- associated V with
Mf ss Jane Addams . iu ' the apleudid
wcrk that , is being done by the Hull
House settlement in Chicago.
TO INtEREST CHIUDREN
The one aim 'and 'object 'of the man
agers of the National Conservation Ex
position In; Knoxville In arranging: for
a Child Welfare Exhibit is to teach "val
uable . leesohs , td . the parents . of chil-
6oi!rQt Expsrt Dikes Repurt ca o&rt
Hero are a few Klines .f rorn the
gcxernmsnit expert'; wW came' to
iioa of -the new, cbiinty court jbonsa
noiir . in t'; conrse Tof oonstrnotTon
-which will giye.an idea of ita ooa
tents, ' We wiUrgitf o the - f ull re-,
WHh the "exception of the Jraii
ltev the defebts are of such a char
aoter. asnwyjoccuranany : builds
ing, and; may fc e readily oor rected
The detects in the granite ; are se
rious jbnt jeved. these are; not! bs?
y ond repa ir( exoent tne over-haDg
of the. walls for :tf hich a -penalty
of $250 : should Tbsvexaoted 'from
the contractors v-f
A start has already been '.made
to correot the others numerous, de
fects in the granite and it : is t Jny
recommendation that the oontrao
tors ber permitted to rconiplete
these, in the a manner outlined inJ
the report,v the specific directions
Ifor whiofc, v;hoW9Ter; should .be
given by the arohiteot .
'. The approximate cost of the re
pairs is about fv.B00t andhis'
amount should be . retained : nntif
they are completed in a';iatisfao--''
tory manner. - ." With this excep
tion paymentsahonld be oontinEd
in the regular "Sequenoe as f. the
work: progresses land as provided
by. the contract. !' JIn other words
it is not necesiaryj; and in faot is
lnadrisable to retain ' f roin pay
ments due or to become due - any
more than $2,500.
Tbrei : Hooses Buraei In Silisbary Last
m.y V:.;v;:. ,
Yesterday -'aftoirnoon - H, " L.
Simeson,-: who) occupied .a small
house on Eas) Council Street, left
for a trip to his old home lowi
on the hrer, and last, night, at 2
be on fire and before, much could
be done it and. contents .were de
stroyed, "The bouse belonged to
Mr. Simeson, a brother of the
renter. ... There was7 $800 i nsurance
on the furniture in this house .
C. M; Younce owned and occu
pied an adjoining cottage. It too
was destroyed. - On it was $600 in-
The third house, adjoining the
above, owned by M, A. Bringle
and occupied by Murry M. Linker,
was also destroyed. Mr. Bringle
had $400 insiirance on it. ' x
New Officers EllecM.
The full new board of aldermen
of Salisbury hold their first meet-
tog Wednesday night, the election
of officers was gone mo and re
sulted as follows: .
J, D Norwood was elected may
or pro. tern. .
W. T. Bainey . was re-elected
T. J. Babe, oity treasurer
T. H . Vanderford, 'r., city at
torney. . - : ' ,.
J. M. Brown, city tax colleotor.
John W. Webb, city engineer. .
S. L. MoOahless, superinten
dent of streets. ' -
M. A. Shink, superintendent of
cemeteries. . :
j Dr. C. W. Woodson, city physi
cian., -: - ..
Dr. John WHitehead and Prof.
B; G. Eizer, sohool committee
men. ,;. ,', ' -
f. M. Sieele and H. M. Uszle,
members of water board.
Captain of Police, B. F. Cauble.
Frank C. Talbjrt, plain olothes
policeman. ' " '
: W. M. Julian, J. C. Williams,
J. W. Kesler. J. M. Mahaley, W.
A. Thompson and J. Arthur Har
rison, patrolmen ;
Passenger train "No. . 7 now ar
rives in Salisbury : aVS :20 nV m .
instead of 2:45 heetofore.. It
also leaves 25 minutes' earlier.
i Chief of the China Grove
police force,. Mr? Blackwelder,
wishiiifi to set Jona Kirk,
and othere; a good -example,
was i busy yesterd cutting
the grass and wees off Main
street, and It was : consider
I ably improved too.
LivStbcklShdvv WilBe Fca-
tcrr h bt National Cbaser
1 4,000 Hi ? PRIZES- OFFERED
)Si ;.- r',: l-r.-;;V-:; .--YA
Object of , Manager of Live Stock De
- partment Is To Make Dleplay Abo-,
' . lutely Clean and 8tlmiitate Breeding
I of Better Clase of Anihiale In South.
: . S' . ' i'ae?e"i ; s
,;-:-.',Ji -j-M'y - f . .-V '
Some-of;tlie piiectBot ;liej lire
wlti!. Iie i National nservaUoa J3x-
poaltlon.Iii Knoxville, as set forth by
the director of mat. department; John
; Aj;;Jones, :kre: 'ft pZ:W?Afti
To;ahow, to; tterfarmerandllTe
atock man how mucli more eonbmfcalr
how gmuch better It is for; him to
breed a good animal ..than .a -scrub
arilmal. - W.; , -M
A To show that successful farming de
pends, not onlj on the man behlnd'the
plow, - but; also ""onthewelght of the
team ta" front of the plow. V-- -it
y To show that agriculture and live
stock, breeding are closely related and
car"; not .. be separated. t . y--- 'i'i
To prove that great' opportunities-
opportunities : as great as exist any:
wherefor the raising and breeding
of live, stock: are being neglected and
are going to waste In the South. .
; To ' prove by actual demonstration
the advantages tobe. gained by the
breeding and raising of " .'swine and
Sheep in the South." V " '.
; To make the show r absolutely - clean
and high class. ' .. sr A,
. To do everything possible to foster.
the breeding interests of the Southern
"country.?? 7V; :
IFIiis Displays -'.at ' 8hoW. sr V-"
The Live Stock- Show that wilTbe
h6ld at the big National Ckmservation
Exposition in Knoxville, from Septem
ber 1 to November 1, of : the, present
year, will be the greatest event of Its
. if t
i w 4-A
MISS JULIA C. LATHROP,
One of 'country's noted women and
head of Child Welfare Department
of National Conservation Exposition.
kind probably ever held in the South.
A the object of the National Exposi
tioi Is to teach the 'esson of the neces
sity of conserving the natural re
sources of the country, so, too, will the
object of the Live Stock Show to teach
a lesson the lesson of conservation.
By. displays, and exhibits of finely
bred animals horses, cattle, sheep
and swine and also by comparisons
between these well-bred .beasts with
scrubs - will the lessons of the Live
Stock Show be taught. - Noted men of
the live stock world will deliver lec
tures from time to time. There will
be other zeatures forming a part of the
show that will be new and novel and
of a character never seen at a similar
show in the South before.
' The premium list is large" The total
amount offered In premiums In all de
partments of the show Is 114,000, and
these premiums are so arranged that
eiery owner of a well-bred animal will
have a chance of being declared a win
ner in some of the classes.
Many Other Big Prizes. :
NThere is a stake of $1,000. offered
for the best saddle horse to be shown
in the ring at the Night Horse Show. ,
There - is . an offer of an f 800 award
for the best pair, of heavy brood mares
to be shown. , This offer, it is expected,
will result s in a better class of heavy,
draft animals-; being raised' in the
South.'; . j' : '".
There is also ; a r special prise' of
$i,0po for the best exhibit of live stock
from any county In any Southern state.
This is the first time that such a pre
mium has been' offered for an event, of
thlkind. The; total premium list la
connection with' this' one event alone
fooU'up w";$2,700.:.;', .ZfJ?u;,
- "itrnimodlois, well-ventilated bulld
ln; will bouse the live Stock exhibits
at the ponservatlon . Exposition. ; ' The
.ttng -m - which the - animals - wiliybe
shown has -been pronounced to be one
of the' best In the. country. A Night
Horse Shdw will be held, and this wUI
be made, much of. - It is expected to
attract large crowds and. alao a fine
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. Blaek " MouQtaiD Mar
James M. Mopoj a pi6neerres
dipt of Buncombe Countf died at
nil home here.1 Sunday Jiighf after
aj brillnesst?e hyka jeiti;
of sge anda - decedent of -,ihe
Sootch emigrants of - the He vol u-
. He became a reiideiibf: Black;
Mountain in 1881, at whibh time,
contained bnfe four; small houses
He engaged in general merohan
diss, business, enjoyed phenominai
success, and was.greatly WspprTsi
town and Jts ;wonderfar progress
and at the btime of-his death wss
one of the largest pror'rty owners
in this section . ' He ls. survived
by a wife and three children,' Hrs'.
J. B. Britton of v Murphy, MrsrT.
B. WiUson of . Asheville and J$sf
McCoy president of the dom-
hpnwealth'f Bank: and mayor of
rBlack If ountain Ifk- ivit
Mr.1 McCoy was rbbsbly a n a-
iive of .Aowan Cohnty siHe,- wiar
tr. leasTi a relative pt. the McCoys
f this Ccnuty and often 'yisited
i Salisbury.,: He was 4isrjeoai
rieud of the late Dr. WoocirTjf
El m wood, and r visited him annu
ally ; - .: : : ':. vv ''
It is Now Graatfpi Fre8Zi.r f
, j AH things come .'to ; those,
who wait,' is ail adgage which,
only needsfthe abilitygto
wait to make 4t ;an axiprnt
Of course, thoughi -imiBn'iBlay
stnve- unceasingly. he w.ill
n6t be able to ave all things,
yet much, can - bead , f some
that are antediadK oine
that are notr Ju'st hoW this
fits Lucky ?s condition Jat the
present wedo cot kjiowbut
just as happy as -ever, if riot
a little more so I ."You know
it is. now Grandpa". Freeze,
for he stork - called at x his
eon's, Victor Freeze, ..dwell
ing last Friday and left , a
wee -little" tot for safe keep
ing. As Venus would say,
a house keeper. v vT
But this is not all -the stork
did last Frida. He Jcailed
on the Chief . of Police, Mr.
riacjiweiaer, r ana iieit a
house keeper, - arid j;; lasty
though not : least, he also
dropped in to see Geo. J.
jl empieTon ana leit mm a
y oung merchant, "v or liorsa
trader, which, we did -not
learn. -' -
Key. and Mrs. H. fl. Roh
bins returned from GreensV
boro yesterday afternoon
where they hadbeen to take
in the commencement exer
cises of the Greensboro Fe
male College. - - - - ;
Children's On it Ut. Zlaaft x ?
There will be a Children's Day
. "-"' . mm'.-- -." ' m -
service ac ms; z ion Sunday morn
ing. The program will bsnsist of
songs, recitations and, an address
by the pastor. Rev. J; H . Keller I
Everybody is cordially invited to
be present. : '; ;v- -: y , :; YY
Miss Myrtle Cooper is: still
I - A " ! . . , n l.
iu i me eauabtirium in aaiiss
bury," arid continues to C im
prove. It is hoped she will
soon be -well!: enough to be
brought, home. --. ;;
: . Constipation Cured
Dr. King's New Life? Pills will
relieve constipation promptly and
get your bowels in a healthy con-
Sunbnry, Pa,t says: ,They2 are
the best pills jj ever used and I
advise everyone to use thein'for
aonst'pation, indigestion and liver
eomplaint.'V t;ViU uelp you.
Pribe 25o. Recommended by all
druggists. '; ' '.;'.. YY:-YYv
We filter JW So . Qneen Early' Red,
Y Nancy Hall and ; other varieties
sweet potato plants, $1.50 ; per
thousand ; ' ten? thousand, lots 3r
over, .$125 per thousand, alt
f, 0. b; Hickory send ur your
orders. BhcKORT 8zxi Co,' Hick-
,', Written by
- :xH lowbrstoneJ
ji-May We?are having some
good raioa along 'now: which is
very niQch needed to Eel pthe cot
tpc seed to come np and; I gnesa
the gritss will come 'with it; tooV.
r.juooK.ous i aii-you .viarmers ; ana-;sj-getbusyt
f or ou ' will hav , to" Yj. n
chop grass f or a while no wv
Harvest time will, soon b heref - U :
the-oafcs; are getting nice and yeK v " j j -;:
low around 'here It will!sobri. 'k
timeidrth6 wheat., reapert.'to 'do -..': ::r;Y:r
:r Annie and. Boy, Bbst ,wited i
their oriole John ,Bosiilasi Sat
urday night near Faith.
XI seems like the birthday sur- ;
prise parties, ara all the go around
here t now. About thirtytlve of
i Boy? Bost's friends, gave 'him a
surprise ; on .-saioraay , . nig ns, . tne , ; ; , . - J .
17th of May, bringing with them . 7 ' : -j
cake and candyr l think they all 1 ; ": ,
en joyed . themselves .and vJiad vi'-- .Ji
very . moe time. .; ney . aia not
hareroom in the house to play so;
they all,. went. 'out. in. the yard
They played several games; then
went; to the dining room where
the table, wae waiting falland ,
overflowing of good things to eat fk
and ; flowers; to ' look ' at. , When "
they-jall got through eating there';; j
was plenty left ;f or i that many
more. Roy Bbst - and iisters cer- "
tainly do thank yon: ail for your
kindness to them
1 Qa!Wenesdayfnight'i the 21st
bflf ayv laboutslwentyf of Misi
Car ry Bost's f riend s surprised her?;
an het; birthday.tShe didn?t know
a thing about. it until.the crowd
went in thejhouse. She was fool
ed proper. ' ,1 think ;they all had
a very pice time;-;' ' Y' r. Y
j- : Yy'Y-YY:,hYrYY ; 'YY-'
. James Hippand wife nave gone
to Chattanooga,. Tenn., 1 to; visit
their " sen" Samuel t for a week or
ten days We hope they, will en
joy their . trip and have a nice
time, - -.A;; ; ; - ;: '
Oscar . Cruse spent last Saturday
night with his: f riend "'3Benford'
Corl. '. - ' : '1
Will Boat and Miss Bessie Mes-
imer were married' Usi Sunday in
Salisbury and came home on Mon
day ,to give' his rieople a short,
visit. Wish - them much' success
and a' long and happy.lif e.: v I sup
pose they will make, tneir home in
Salisbury for the present. : -'.
-;--V v r . School Qibl.
- -'Y-: ; FAITH.;. ;' YY' .
3 ay TJvT. AVatt returned
home" todsy from f Granite; Falls,
where he has ' been . visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. Palmer. ' Mr. Palmer'
has been ; runn ing one of J.- T.
Wyatt'i corn mills on shares for
several x years and this - the; first
time, he has been up to see it.
: He also visited ' Bey. and (Mrs.
Iyey, the Baptist minister,; who
formally lived in Faiths and also
spent Monday night with Mr. and '
Mrs . (Jeorge, Carter. Joe Carter
and John Hopkins son of D. J.
Hopkins, of Cabarrus County, are '
also in Hiokory. . They all have
good 3bs and getting along flue.
The town of Hickory is growing
very fast and there is lots of work ,
going on there ; pow. It is one of
the hustling towns of North Oar
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V J. T.Wyatt shipped a oarlbad
of street curbing Monday, .,. , V
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Card of Thanks.
, YW e' wish to thank the the pnblio
for whatever .assistaQoetejrren
dered us during oui late -fire, also
inn ss j n a r"m a vtt ff 4lAaB oita4J' "r ;
VUI VUSIVUIOID iVl ; VUOU U A iWl-, V f
-Now, 'under Wi9;newaTOnge,
rnent, we would ask a contin nanoe
of your patronage and pledge yoa
faithful service. Jw;;i;:5JP
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