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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 9, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly every family in Aiken County reads the Journal and Review.  ©he Journal and Kronen’  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review »  □mutation in Aiken County  —  VOL. 60 NO. IS  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9. 1930  $2.00 a Year- Sc a Copy  COURT ADJOURNED AFTER TWO WEEKS  DURBAN-LAJRD'S INC. MISTRIAL  Ca.* Octuple, th* Attention of th*  Court foe Thro# Days—Coart Ad-jour*.-  The term of circuit court, scheduled for three weeks to clear a heavy docket, adjourned Friday af-larnooa at the end of two    weeks,  after a meeting of the A’ken    bar dis  closed that there were no case# ready for trial. Many continuances marked the completion of the sea-  _ pHm presided UYCT J* J***'  C  S  Featherstone, of Greenwood.  Three days were consumed and a mistrial declared in the suit of Due-ban-Lsird’s Inc., against A. B.  Oglesby, driver of a Standard Oil truck, for $1,500, in which Oglesby was alleged to have been at    faul    Supply    of    Application.    Run.    Out    and  *     Wh l Ch     °r™! i  'T    T" . II    -o    Mo,.    S..I    l-n,    C.l.mb,.-  on the Bdgtfwte-Fiorth Augusta L..  road, In addition to the damage to Extra Steno,r.pher. #t Work.  tho truck Mrs. Vincent yman,  Mi a Virginia Wvman. (ie .rge Our-' A I.-mg line of whit* WM colored ban Jr., and Hugh Wyman were in- farmers stood Monday turning, as .    .    they had Saturday morning, outside   U The case was declared a mistrial the office of the county farm agent.  CONCERT POSTPONED  The sacred concert scheduled for Friday night at the First Presbyterian church, has been indefinitely postponed because of the illness of a member of the quartet from Columbia vi hich wa* to take a leading part in the recital.  The Social Service Department of the Aiken Relief Society was sponsoring the concert, which was to have included both vocal and instrumental numbers.  Further announcements concerning the concert will be made in the near future.  W. M. U. MEETING PROGRAM PLANNED  TO BE IN NORTH AUGUSTA  Baptist Church Will b# Scan# of Ex-tcn.iv# Schedule at Annual Association Meetinf.  Eugene R. Buckingham Die! Friday Morning  Wa. Recognised Political Loader in This County and Served Two Term. in Stat# Legislature.  Mr. Eugene Randolph Buckingham, a leading citixen of Ellenton. _ land well-known over Aiken county,  i    tv,-    w M    died at his residence in Ellenton on  Th, annuli meeting of th,    h    din..-    of  u. Of the Aiken Aaaoeiation, North  FT1S  Augusta Baptist church, Friday,  8pvera   Crowd Waits In Line For Farm Loan Blanks  He was born in Ellenton in Aug ult, 1872, being the on of C. K. Buckingham and Mrs. Ellen Dunbar Buckingham, prominent people of {that town. The town was named in !honor of bis mother He followed the occupation of a fat and for  among  the best farmers of the county.  April ll, 1980.  Hymn—‘‘Faith of our Fathers."  Devotional—"Steadfast in Faith",  Mrs. B. M. Foreman, Jackson, S. C.  Greeting* —Mrs. J. P. Sheffield.  Response*—Mrs. F. B. Burrer, Af  ken.,*    „    many    years    was    numbered  Have recognition of division     b „ t  t armen  of the co  (dents.    *    j    jjf,    di    ne    a    til I at the ? itad>. in  Roll call of VV. M. S. by divmiona,, charleston# aru j when entering into letting the division’s presidents «»>  hl , 0(i b<>trlin  to take an active [the roll     rt    in t h e  affairs of bis town and  ! Recognition of delegates, who gave     m , ny     positions    of  brief verbal reports.    honor    and    trust-    H* represented Ai  Reports.     )ken    rounty  m the legislature for  Stead fastness In tnt- • Generally yc-ar-. bring elected in tm md   ;  cmd until 1922. He served as  n f t~hr* Ellcnt 'iv agricultural  Work. Superintendent,  SteadfMlaers in Personal Service,.    ^  on Holley.    I    -lub. a    Mas*- 1 , of h  I ii  aide ie  rmgn •ated '  alloted this sta  entlv by the Un IF has been ait Aiken c linty $10,000 "f the n e.  Work Halted  after the Jure had been out several waiting their turn to lid hours without bein- able to arrive cation Lunk* for loans at a decision, A juror stated publish to a reporter of fbi* puuei that * discussing the case for sometime eleven of them finally agreed give the plaintiff $250.00, and roe juror wa- opposed to giving the plaintiff anything At 0:45 Friday afternoon a mistrial was declared.  Other Cete* Finished Other cast's finished la-:    week  were: case of J- K-  ( ‘ ra >K ajrain^t Leslie Clark in which the jury returned a verdict for the defendant.  In the suit of S. I. Bushie versus Hermon J. Ferry the plaintiff was awarded $7:50.50. This was for purchase motey f ,,r a  l°t*  ll. Mavur was awarded $150.29 in his case against Harry Efron for notes,  nit appliable availed States in lh I a Sly ho- Innn not ut due  >rth \  M rs.  i sta W  the  (  fault  Thirty-nine cases were settled at wo weeks term, including deli, and so forth.  JUNIOR ORDER TO MEET IN .SALUDA  The Elf, United V" -1  its qua i  on S ii  I)’-*: jct J un'  mn Mochanic*  ■ I Order will hold • rly meeting with the Mil mhnm eour.eil Fnluda; S. ( . rday night. April 12th, 1980, Holsenhack. Flat . and Dwight Deus 'rotary of Georgia  Work on the Idling out of application blanks was stopped Monday afternoon when the supply of blanks was exhausted and wires to Columbia remained unanswered.  Additional office space has been j rented and three extra stenographers, hired to aid in the rapid handling of the applications and work wa- exacted to be resumed when more blanks could be secured.  Arrival of the blanks last week ended a long wait on the part of farmers throughout the county who had either borrowed money from the fund last year or knew of it. Mr. Cowan has bean beseige*! for the past two month- by daily request for loans, and he was finally forced ‘lo pl8Cg~T"giIPT 1  ’*n    Itolioxn fl *r  of the building saying that no ’.'am were available.  ie year I PHO a call t Ut he steadfast- Mis ('olumbia.  expect C.  ll  C-uncib r <*f S. <  State t'oun>. *1 St to be ort * nt.  The Daughters of America of the Fifth District will also hold its quar terly session at the same place and [ time.  All councils are cordially invited. Thomas T. Guahman,  District Deputy.  UT  CHANCES HANDS  HALLMAN & CRAWFORD  Citizen, of Aiken Buy Furniture Stock of Couch A Timmerman and Will Operate Store in Future.  Steadfastness in Mission Study Mo lima Burrkhalter.  y* a Ta-:ness in Fir...rn Ii ..I act II nile J.  Accepting Apl ..rtionn en Appointing of t ommitt*  11 lie * ing.  Sp. cia! mu*  M. S.  M * ag*— I ( , VV dict a Yonnn Dunce Hymn.  I Flayer.  | Lunch.  Hymn.  |    Devotional—Steadfast    in Love,  Mrs. Bessie Fritchard, Graniteville.  Roll call of Young People's Organization- by Department Superintend-  tpry  en?- Reports,  Steadfa-tne— in Y. VV A ; R. A.;! and G. A Work. Mi H. IL Shiflet, Langley.  St i ad fa tnt-    in Sunbeam Work,  Mr- D. H. Johnson. North Augusta.  Demonstration by North Augusta Sunbeams.  Music.  Kepm ta of Standing  1  ’n Tin ittees:  I,    I minitip    -i    ho*-.  Mia.    J. I.  ll *e (, S w i vt wai er.  •    M t ,r K  ret    !'    ml-    Mr-.    IL L.  I tennis. I.angl* y •  3    Liter at *n    Mi    H. B.    Faire,  North Vugu tm  j    Obituaries-    Mrs.    Lula    Cain,  Millbrook.  Reports of commit* ' -Time and Flare,  Nomlnati na.  Resolutions.  Clo ii yr iev.iti• >i ii ll age, S'* ail  fnstne-s in Prayer—-Mr- Ellis Hog an, North Augusta.  Adjournment.  member of Safe.' durit ll*, va.** leader It th)  live i art in He is * H Florin Dont. Philip Hat  he corami; g the war. a rec )*,'  - county a politic* f” rived by ar Ii i. MIU a11 Hu<  I’  GEORGIA-CAROLINA ] BANKERS TO MEET  SESSION AT COMMERCIAL HOTEL  Group From Neighbor!** Stet# Will b* Gee*!* of South Ceroline Body Palo Game .Will Follow Lunch •<sw.  A joint meeting of the Georgia Bankers anociation and bankers from group two 6f the South < aru- ^ lina Hankers association will be held in Aiken Thursday at the Commercial hotel.  Ii W, Crouch, president of the South Carolina Hankers association i and chairman of group two, and' prv-tiie -ver the sos ion and Mayor Frank l !  Hernial son will make an address of welcome A response will be nade by ll iward H Hayne, represent -tg the F rot National Hank of Elberton, Go.  Bedder addn -es by the chairmen of the two j roll ' , Mr. Grouch ail,I VV N Harn-tm. -f Lax min, Ga..  ! thc * >111w mr SIH alters are Ache tided Gordon II Groover. pre-niters «>T th. Cc*,rgiu a sociati n; ‘I J Barks dale, of VVndiirgt rn, Ga.; who wit  AUXILIARY COMMITTEE TO MEET  The executive committee of th* Woman’* Auxiliary of the Aiken hospital will meet Saturday morning at the Dibble Memorial library at 10:30 o’clock.  All members of the commit-lee, both in Aiken and throughout the county, are requested to be present at this meeting.  Mrs. Walker Visits  Beech Island Project  Gives Su**estion* for Beautifyia* Community Center Throu*h Planting.  Mr Dora Dee Walker, ron-erva-* ion and production specialist of Winthrop College was in Viken Rat unlay, Vpnl 5th, as-i-ting Mn- Elizabeth Hailey with the Beech Island Cpmmp’ ty Center project.  Mn Walker and Miss Bailey first Ci sted tin home of M I S. J. \ Mc  £ I JUy I TM v  n u It? c l eu I tit finite  uh * home is th* 1  one be beautified ii- part of * h«*4«* VS i n, VV alkt r ga I v formation as to further be done at this parti! liar  (EV. J. E. HENDERSON PASSES WEDNESDAY  PASTOR HERE THIRTEEN YEARS  fled • Varied Career Including Medical Service la the Engli*h Army Under “Chinese" Gordon.   -  The Rev. John Radii Henderson,  156, beloved pastor of the Presbyter-| tan church, was laid to rest Friday afternoon in Bethany cemetery. fol-lowing his death at, 9 o’ejwek "Wed* nesday night. .^rvW^wi're con-j ducted by the Rev. J. Fraser Cocks,  I of Summerville, a former school-;mate and Intimate friend.  Many friends and floral offering*  I attested the esteem which Mr. IJen-derson had attained during hi* thirteen years past rate of the Presbyterian church here. He had been inactive for several month* previous to his death because of ill health, lf,, took part in many fields of endeavor between Die, time of his birth in Glasgow, Scotian I do year-cath. V graduate blain* I his eduea-.,,,* y of Glasgow, ideal euiinar . artfi  ni ll hii  pharmacist, I  L  M  he  M  A  d Phil  11* ra i lchildr* n. Ann ai half brothers, J ilian and  1  ’et !  • of I '.arow ell, one nit- e if  j nephew.  j Funeral sonic*- were hell (home Saturday afternoon at I o’clock, Rev. C. F. Outlaw, pa the Christian church officiat sistod by Rev. VV. T. Smith .* GI. IL Stembridge, Jr. Int wa- made rn the old Dunbar  on ac  v * ars.  , M ISS.  TP SOTT, two ; ' we Ii . h, ! one  at hit t brei  n C-ode Ga ,  V «.  Turner  M  JeiT  .e. u  * ,r of  g, HS-  I Rev. rmcnt retnc  FERMATA RIDING SCHOOL  TO GIVE HORSE SHOW  The Fermata Riding th ha* i* sued invitation* •*» which i* to be given Sa ’ ay. • 12, beyond the ' ut! bort c*  Tlie show will begin at 15 in tin ■ nfit* t m»on..  i —-  Hitchcock’s Team Wins In Rain By IO O Scor.  With a toady r:    > an a* nm  paniment, Blue '    ' ‘tnb* un  Tommy li tchi *> (  k as a lien ber,  1  •   1  classed a Re I gg-tr*. ati-on Saturnv* afternoon and romp' ‘ eff with a 10-0 score on W’hitn* \ field.  Action aplenty a- offer*-1 the few who watched «- Hitchcock ani Col. R. R McCormi -taro. I for ti t Blues.  use ■•impi vci i  -i(in ' ; P I  on “Ba I- Copei Giaha-u.    R '  Prodn ■    <    ••  ('olumbia     1 1   error. Ga.  Banket fr rn *    • G*  , u . s  ... it •■' iv. . K 'rke, « lumina, Mb*. • I unkLn, Glasscock.  I; nu ll -rt. JetTt IM ll. J. ti k i tis, J ack ui n, I tholn, ''5 id ■ Morgan. Mc 11,11Ii.-. Oconee, Olgethorpe. KDh  moiui, Taliaferro, VV Ikes. Walton, and Wart n ' id he rn attemlsnc ; to. gather w'th bankers from the f<dl»w-ing South Carolina Counties: Aiken, Edgefield, Barnwell, Fambent, Al Ie  n  I a I o, Hampton, and Beaufort R.qoesetttativn- of New York bank ing cancer us are expected to be pre sent also.  Last yeat Cm*  £rnop wvie the g ic gin Hanker* and ai f cr this year  -. *  c- w th \ McK  i made t  next \:Sit W  Island Bapti>  ith Carolina  of 'he Gear leturting the  McEiniur ray Y*rd Improxed  ... ,, •  u . project benin ’*» ' Call, ha- made womiei- -her ynril. Erom urrav s hnnn a j to Mis. Ed Mi Elm UT  (  VV all.i r gine sugges ng of •■=hrubbery, the made to iii*' Beech church, where tweh*' oeonle had gathered for the purpo * ut -taking off Cue groumi- for plant ing.  in the afte* no n a visit wa- mad** to the park. the development of which i- par? of the project After all (ieee# ary ii f >rmati >n was given in ural J t > the Uornmunitv project. Mr- VV liker ami Miss Bailey were asked to ’■ si: Mu Kathwood school -./rounds, where they were met by Mi' - EH •* Wilson, teacher, and Mrs. tv* Hammond, to whom Mrs. VS aik  Ma  En  Eg  a * t •  ll  h Army un let  • later went to mi -si on ary and  ic ag >.  work he held test Inkster, N.  Ii ••, Aar*,- ii'*. Minn., Bradenton.  I la and came to Aik. n from the la** r place  The dec ca-cd is survived by his wife, Mrs. Barbs Smith Henderson, formerly of Alden, Minn., two si*-ter-. Mr- David Allison, of Paisley, Scotland and Mr-. John Duncannon, of Glasgow, Scotland.  Beside* hi- interne ihtere-t in the jr.»rk of hi- church Mr ll nderton found time to participate in fraternal affairs and .it the time of his death was a member of Aiken Lodge, No. 156. A. F M , Aik* n Council, No. 23, Kad '-hlayah Chapter, NJ, ... well as a 'S> ‘>? i of ",:l degn e. an I a Shrine He wa* also the Tall * -L.-1S of ,( M t    ma let of  and S 41, H  h E to miler o   m  in bu un  t  -I v  I  * at  Postal Receipts Rise  The furniture store of Couch & Timmerman located corner of I.aur-  —  ----1---—     eT15  street and West Hayne avenue  During Last    Quarter    has been    purcha-ed    by Me agr*. I. IL  ----Hallman    an*l J. VV. Crawford, and  The receipts at the    Aiken post-     tbey w ill    continue    to conduct the  for la t quarter    amounted to    business    under the    firm name of  office lur in-'a h u *" , '‘    ------------- (iiu»iu«r»o un..' *  the large sum of $9,963 IO, hi ing the Hallman ii Crawford ] nr;  , t rec pi    of tin* sale of -tumps,  etc., in the history of the office.  compared with the same <piar year, i* ■)■•■w- an increase of or an increase of 9 per  A  tor la-  $ vOB. 03,  cent.  Post rn  Completed on and the new  charge of the  the office.  increased  U- -.vt savs that th* 4  pa t quill lei Ut the office has been by far the heaviest in the history of VII clo --us of mail have greatly, and the increase in the money ordet department, and post’ll saving* department, has been large.  Th. A  Ste My in con c nil bu-int  en postoffice ha - been growing, and the postoffice a rod index of the gene-rowth of Aiken.  lea agt  K. ce  C. A. •un a i three  MISS HARPER GETS APPOINTMENT  Miss recent!' the Bi  South  I’.  • be ? er  The transfer wa Saturday, April .5th, manage!' 1  are now in business.  Mr. Hallman has been a resident of Aiken f r the pint twenty-three years, and ha -roM >r*ed    *1  husijH-sei in Vik« n very succ<*--ftill/* Until a few weeks a m he w a member of the firm of Dallman & Johnson, having the the Buick gutomobib a, sold his intere-t to Mr  Mr. Crawford ha- b of A.ken fur the pa-: half years. He is an ex furniture man and before Aiken wa- employed bv J furniture and funeral McCormick, and wa- w th foi nhout twelve years. Ile many friends since c iming r Ii.' has been conite* ted ll .Hey Hardware G . and tinue with this ti- in ui t ii f  FARM WOMEN’S COUNCIL TO MEET  The Aiken C -anni of Farm Wo men will hold it- Spring meeting Saturday morning, Ap'd 12th, if 'he Jack-on seh*”d Iiuiim . A.I club n < mb* i are rocd t-. be present Mr*. J'.>1 ald McDonald, e<-rekry of the South <’ar-Iina Tuberculosis as-«*.( *ation. >f ' olumbia and Miss Cli od iii I ’hi ins, ... f V kin, w -1 o' pi, » • nnd make t alk  The line-ups: Blue-Laidlaw  Mead  Hitchcock  McCormick  Red  B -Iwick. D.  Knox McCoy I low s  nGy Ie < Jwcns ■essdi and ri* n a* I ng t  I’m  ITI ii  Young Yale Poloist Is Hurt In Monday Game  Hu> lie Scatt, 2‘! year old Vale '•Iv 1  who was knot ked fr ii his I,,,... Monday during a polo game. was reported ye terday a. n ' hi inc ■ iuusly injured, with a brins* ! arm and a shake up ajiparently th  1     ,f    she damage.  During a round robin on < ichran ' field S *t, who was fill ug '  . to,.*.    ! bn Gonvei e ii tin Led  WINTER RESIDENTS BUY  AIKEN I AND    ,  Mrs. A. P. V em -as -oh  1  Mr  (  !•'. I >’ inkwft'* r I"'    the *' ■' ner ^  Cullet'-n avern** al ’• Mai « meftsuritig Hid by    feet. I  cha-e price > 1,500  1  ti. lie ma *' bi Mrs, Fan nit D     1  •  Mr (b'oi’gt Ford M r • >•    "  bury, N *E, ha; pur ha "A -' 1(1 1 1 ' of land lo ale I on I e Edget'u id r ad. r* ’•« n miles from Aiken, t It.*:' '• 'a'* . h’iT ' ■’ rt-poTted as <4,000.00.  Presbyti'rifC Group -To Meet This Week  Lilt of Newly Elected Officer* Liven  Mr*. J. P. M< Null Pre*! but. Mr.  Clink»c#le«, Vue P r.ident.  The Soul ii  1  ai "iron • * rn }„ , |,.,t by I! VV Cr 'a* ii, of . a  ,, a \\ . G. M Na;:, af Vim n.  AIKEN MAN TO BE RECOMMENDED FOR A PARDON  ■Ximing .’a-*-- to be submitted ’o the suite board of pardon* at its meet mg Friday is that    of Ed Moore,  Aiken County, convicted of vmk.tion „f pp*hihiti'*n law ami larceny; ken-Yenced to twenty ’wo month*' im* jins..nmen: ; began ervict* February 5, ] 930.  Grounds, phy eat con!;., rn i .ner. A moi g '  : '    ''no 1 ' '■ i  \ nt  clemency are V E Ya o ai I VV  I i■  : j . *' * i* "■    od " rK '  and bena: '  1  En I VV ii ia» ? *  t .j l(|J . J, ranter u un -    :•  h ;n   envy  LOM*WOR IU IO VI ll AIKEN  ORGANIZING SCOUT TROOPS BEGUN HERE  american legion sponsors  Application, for I urination of I ir.t Troop Obtainable at Offic# °* John W A.hbur.t Mull br Iwrlvr Year, of Age.  Meeting of Aiken <'minty F"s' N‘u 26, Vmeri' an Legem, was held Munday evening at Hotel Bendel   H ' ,n     ,    /    i>,  ( apt I! 'Airan, instructor *■  ,, rVl . th er- in \ik*n, was pre ent  t I’ • Nm 26 and aff  as tm* gu* *    *  * _ . |p.,,..  i  p >ke to the I * gloriam , .. ,f i-nr   oui -> out VV l f*.  va  v\  he held  i' ingui ce  d. R  . many friend* tiu had Ie ■ tied a -lay in Aiken ll moi ary pal  bt ai *  Hen  ut grief to I lain lane es him during  iicluded the Rev*.  II. VV  ii lifers,  iii too \ nu* Hr  \\ O  W Bu  I HOM Ail WM ON S HOM!  •'HICKORY HIEL.’’ FOR .' AU  the fu.Bowing 'pin i Ste n William Johnson. J. G. Huggin, E. W. Leidie and I' J McLean; church officer: J. F McNair, P. F. llender son. C J. Hill, E. P. Henderson, W. W ('deman, Elmore Henderson, j >r  y || VVC man and ll. V . Wyman.  ArGv. pal! hearer* were: David Inglis. Ben < "( land, A, E Edward- and Dr, Hasting- Wyman \ n  I, *. . rarv e-cor r  <A>mp«*,ed of ,S IlcrlM-rt Ell.* t’. II**mer Kdenfield, , • , ■    ip-,., ii G. Bnwd* n, Tall (bi  dar of till Angus'S I *rest, attend-,..i lh.* t un* rah  Meet Will Discuss  Ph i For CL an-Up  Beard of    Hi Aith,    Civic Ltagur. City  ( uunc it    and J    H    Wrlburn Co-  (iprrtting in the Campaign.  A * I* in up UC. k for the city’ of A • un * steading thr uh the xvi »•» of April 21 26 will be di cu e I Mon-  nf’ health,    Civie    I.* a.    o . « '    '    *’  ell and    * A - •    •    a: ■    clit.  no j nt »*.j  conferen  M  d  was cai  Re  month.  VV  I W fir'  HIGHLAND P ARK I I NE GF BENEFIT BRIDGE  a   rile ii ‘fit fit bri a • pa '    '     ;     '     givin ny t          American Fi*          to moon, at th    II      was quite a si    ieee      There a or*    f      lo- Ige in phi    v • in     parlor of th* Follow mg presented t<  t he  Cold Dinner Drives  Neg o To Cut Wife  A hii  at VVI  VV  I lh  Durban, found the Render msd No?  table and a delightful salad wa- served M r ■    <«e    ice  accompanied by Mrs K ' sea, at the piano, delighted the  a ing a guests with several lovely solo*. flow  The proceeds derived will be used her neck s r  * I for educational purposes.  id ami a*  •roving  AIKIN I ADI I S WIN AI  AUGUSIA fLOWER SHOW  e.eg! 0, ?i to rt; i I j ,v for dinner and Mr* nil r eold, he go? St aob*  r  rn lit UfrHt fttfM- fr^TT mult his Wife I-    petition of the    August* Flower    show    Sanders,    secret  four inch scar un    held laid week    at    the Farrest    Hills    etal Service    vt  [tinsels is indeht* I    Lo ige tad staged    by the Stud    H ■    '.'n'. Mr-    h     !   ne aum of f25.75    < ( *rden club.    afU 9 *  a1 Re due, vuc r*" ary H (‘ NI I* in and M is Mary Mrs, I! ward * won first place with their Literature Mi »*..jrftidtinsi cam Lur J cf  ,f Chr J Hi  of  i* »*  A  IKf N CASE IN SUPR! ME I  K  TO  T R  int ;i with high' 1 *iiv - t  1  Ma and Atlanta rim alar* concerning the -up*-parties arc re , communicate with J. B 3ii rn* ie at: rr.eys Thorn-  I >'  si .nm? M as it' ii "ti af whom VV A (firmc! dp ai >n hi  tee  nip Dull-, ro •* ' Nell - Es..nee-    r  at Et and VV W Ai W Art? :I i* »! P< ,, M , fi >m Aik* ti H C Watt*, chit'  -a- *  Hi  rf — S4»:»  (':*•»  “ .ro   

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