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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 3, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 . . .... • •  t ,  - ^EBE  I  '”**'  : t, '.' i ^rl  o ^    |  Nearly «*«ry family la Aiken Couaty reads the Journal and Peview.  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the journal and Review s  Grculation in Aiken County  8 PAGES  VOL. 60 NO. 49  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1930  HEALTH OFFICER Baptumal Ceremony McGarity Appointed  WRITES LETTER ° f  ^  Dau * hter T ° County Bo * rd   DEFENDS HEAL!H DEPI  Points Oat a Number of Tkiafs As  The Baptismal ceremony ai Egifa.no> , ■ "th* infant ttrccfeffi at Mi. alef Mi? J F. A. M. Tabor, took place on Son-day, November 30th, lv».10 at the 1   Talus* Plea* of Dr A A. Walden. of North August*  PLANS GOING FORWARD  FOR FASHION SHOW  New Management  Commercial Hotel  12.00 a Year—5c a Copy   ..............    ‘I.  Ort Monday, K. I). Smith, County  iplisbod by Hi* Department for    *’* "' u     '*''     n •     Lhp  K* v - George    Superintendent of    Educe;.*    a:  Benefit    of    Cltiaoae    Diet*, paster performing the care-    minced    the appointment    of Prof.  _______    mony. Lady Broderick of the British    W. Jay    McGarity. to    the    County  Editor Journal and Review    Bm barny Washington, slater of Mr*.    Board of    Education, in    place s»f Dr.  P.opl. nfuUw with th. ..ti-  T,bo , r     “    Godmother,    and    Mw-    A. A. W^d.n,-who r,»i*n.d rn,  .Hi., of the Aiken County He.lth <* r J *‘ k Pi, ”'>' *”    P'«» Oodf.thw    w.ek.  Deputment .re pron. to mticiw [» r C «?* , M ° rk *    Trtnr, bt, of    Mr. UeCrity will be    a    valuable  and to think that very little good i* }f*P som » England, cousin of Mr. Ta-    member of this board. He    is super  accomplished by this organisation. ,’ ul '    .  yet if they would Uke th. trouble ! Th " e  ***  a     « the Tabor    has a fine knowledge of    all    matters  to familiarise themselves with the  cotli “ ft * “forwards.    Among those    pertaining to Education,  actual facts they would find out that * >r V* Dt     ...  it is worth many times more the    , *  rs ‘     h ”*-     lltch ‘'° ck ’ ' ,rs - */    New Officials    for  amount of money expended for    *    , d Ph ^ ^  E   it. —I...... .B. McLean, Mrs. Joseph Leiter, Mrs.  Wrn. Breeze, Mrs. Bedford Davie,  Mrs. Claire Bird Lewis, Mrs. Tan-  H. Har-  Representatives of Producing Organization to Stage Great Fashion Display at Aiken Theatre.  mortality  An announcement was made yea-    This is not a beauty pageant. The   U4 w ,„  uv „ u .     11C    iB 8U ^ r .     ;  Ulday by J -  Hl  Welkorn, manager    winner that will be awarded the  intendent of the Aiken    Institute    and    ° f the A,ken Theatre »  that  arrange-| title “Miss Fashion Queen of Aiken”  I ment ,.a\ e been completed with    will be selected according to her  the Ronald B. Woodward organiia-    grace, poise, natural charm and  tion of New York, for tha staging ability to model clothes. of the “Greater Aiken Fashion and  Beauty Extravaganza” at the Aiken William Blum a member of the  Cha intr*    ncr    No    2     Theatre * Wednesday and Thursday     Roiand U - Woodyard organization  ®    ®     A     nights, 7:30 and 0:30, December     wlR  interview a number of individual  Me**r» Ct»hk, «f *«atc. ti*, talas Lh.ino ut N«w Hot*)  OTY PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS  AT PUBLIC SALES  if  nth  its maintenance.  In the line of infant and child welfare alone it is est! ,    _    „  mated that number* of babies lives  ntr    e<av>     *    * s -     115       „  •md annually by thi. depart- (,r,c J  P,lU '"“ n „  Mr ‘- { took chary, of the affair, of Di.tr.rt  'A. GtUeadeau, Mr. and Mrs. Bal-  lr", 2*?*  #     'whidi'im    ’bij'*™,"    . t "'! rch * nt     .*  are ment.  According to Dr. W. G. Bodle, Aiken County Health Officer, in 1923,  the year of the establishment of the ,    „  Health Department 120.5 bable, Kcne. C.ptnin .„<i Mn. iv.n»ko,  I  od 18th, at which time “Miss ! flrms and  “Chants who will be the newly elected ‘ Fashion Queen of Aiken” will be  aslt * d to  cooperate with the Journal Woodward selected to represent Aiken in the  and Review and  Aiken Theatre Greater South Carolina Fashion  in tb ®  ata f in 8 this stupendous No. 2. and announced the names of j  anc | B** ut y Extravaganza” and the ’ aK,!  attraction. Each business  On Monday Commissioner J, Wiley  Howard Fair, Mr, and Mrs. Jerome  per one hundred thousand tinder one year <*f age die*! annually By I’.‘‘.Mi this mortality rate was reduced to  gang. The following are his appointees:  Superintendent—W. A. Johnson.  _ » .    „    w-    Asst. Supt.—Laos Kneece.  b. Reybun., Mr. .lid Mn., Giurd-J. O. Bate..  Tractor    drivers—Gary    Gordon  Mr. and Mrs. Huston Rawls, Mr. and faMra. W  H. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins  8!*.*V one hundred thousand and S'ndh. dr It. and Mr., ll. ll. Wilds     K ,  the actual number of death, were * r '  M ”- C  , B - WooUay, Mr. and eiyhty three. La,, year, in HBI,, 1 '":*’'     a " d   infant mortality »a» reduced to 81.9 J  T '  Turner '  Mr -  W ' l l,m ,  Boul ‘™’ per on. hundred thou..nd and the Mr (.iraud ro.tar, Mr. J. S. Cif-actual number of death, were only    ? r -  K  " ,  p n«ch»rd. Mr. C.  TI. In other word. since the  M . M. Turner, Mr. E. M. Caze.ux,  The newly appointed superintendent of the gang is a man of experience and ability. He served for four years under the late John  ment thirty bable, ara bein* auwdT- 0 "'  Mi “ “•'«    But.    Ceoru,  annually with the appropriation of ["'“■ „ Mr Alb *' rt  Hotfm.n, Mrs.  Edith Robinson.  of  tablishment of tho'Health Dopart- h' m     Miss    Ann    Robin-     afU j     care     f or     general    interest  __  the county.  Kiwanis Club  Elects Officers  the Health Department which would approximate $166 per baby saved. Is your baby worth this amount?  Infant mortality control doe* not constitute the entire work of the Health Department in child welfare however. Something over three  Life Convicts  Asks for Pardons  Two men convicted of murder in thousand pre-school children were    Aiken County    and now    serving life the coming    year, as follows:  inoculated last year with toxin-an-    sentence have    petitions    before the j    president_C. B.    Anderson.'  titoxin and protected from this board of Pardons which will meet in Vice-president A. S. Davis.  dreadful disease bv the Health IX- Columbin on Dec. 5th.    Trustee—Frank I*. Henderson.  partment. Diphtheria mortality has    D. A. Worley, Convicted of mur- J    Directors_H. CL    Anderson, Dr.  been reduced by one-thtrd ’thcc der; sentence, life imprisonment; be- g Wyman, Dr. A. Milner, toxin-anti-toxin clinics were begun «an service November Ii, IU26; j White, Dr. B. I'. McLean and by the County Health Department, grounds, ' age of prisoner and auf-, p r  j Howell.  In addition to this work during the    ficiently punished.”    j    _  last five years, 460 children have    Bin Martin,    convicted    of murder;    COTTAGES    LEASED  been operated on for di-eased ton- - entente, life; b« gait F*rvice October    ______  -lls and adenoids free of charge or LD J; grounds, “sufficiently punish-, yj r> am j     r)rt ,    fj, strate, of  at a very nominal cost through the od."     Xevv v „ lk haV(    for the  ’ oa _  Health Departments administration.    -- L„ n  th, c    Lowe cottage    on    Col-  ■\No some ten thousand persons have    Call Extended    To    jleton avenue. Lease mad*    by    Dur-  an-Laird’s, Inc.  Mr. and Mrs  staged in New York City with 24 i* u * in K  the * extravaganza will be states represented. *    represented    on    the    stage by a local  A number of Aiken young women     w ho    will    be    known under the  will be selected by Mis# Betty Mc-  nanu ’    merchant    she    is repie-  Coy, a representative of the produe-  wuU,! k* Beautiful silk pennants ing company, to Uke part in the  ! e worn tatdl  model with production and no local young wo-1 th *  nam *  of th ® merchant inscribed man will be permitted,to enter un-  less she has been personally inter- During the "Greater \ihcn Fash-viewed and selected. The local mod- ion and Beauty Extravaganza" a .    ,    |**la be used in the mammouth number of promin* nt men and wo-  * ii*' , W en  .*  W * S     I ensemble fashion promenade num- men representing the various civic  cr. He know, how to build road, ber,.    L| ub . „,d .octet!., of th,, city will  I ne extravaganza will be rn the lie seated in the audience as guests form of a miniature musical revue of the Aiken Theatre and will baN with many song ami dance num- lot for the local model. The young hers intropo-ed* \ feature of this * woman rec* ving the highest num-extravaganza will be the erection of lier of ballots for the tw . evenings a runway twelve feet in length; Will be awarded the title "Miss where all the lavish gowns and erea- Fashion Queen of Aiken” and th -lions in milady's wardrobe will bo honor of representing her home city easily discernible to the audience, j in the state final*.  At the meeting of the Kiwanis Club held yesterday at Hotel Henderson new officers were elected for  INTERESTING FIGURES OF THE  GEORGIA POWER COMPANY  Messrs. J. G. Cobb, Sr., and J. G,  w     -    „    .    ,  Cobb, Jr., of Rome. Ii*., have put-  Wrma "     a *    H* T a#    **J    Park  chased the lease of the ('onimercial    A****** Sold to C. L. W**k« for  Hotel from Mr. D. T. Cannon, who    > 40 * 000  °o.  has been in charge of this new hotel    -  for the past year.    Master    E. S.    Croft sold a nun-  .Mr. Cannon has made a great  bt ‘ r of tr *‘ ?u of land  «» d     hi  success of the New Commercial Ho*  cRy  Aiken on Monday. Very tel, and under his management the  in tere*t was taken in the sales excellence of this hostelry has be-  Hnd in  P rat- ‘' <,a ny every case the come State-wide. His friends will  ,,ia "  uff b,d in the  Property at a be glad to know that he sold his * m “ iI C0(,t *  vase for a substantial sum.    j     Th ‘‘    »1«    was    the    eight  Messrs. Cobb ar< hotel men of     of land     improvements  great experience. The active man- | thcr * on  owned by Dr. Hastings Wy-agcment of the instituti«-n will be  man ‘  1  h'*  pro P® rt T consists of a under the charge of J. G. Cobb, Jr.,  number of  business places on West who hits been connected with the    Avenue and a residence on  Armstrong Hotel in Rome, Ga., for  !  * rk  Avenue. It was bid in by the the past five year*. He assumed  pl " intiff - ' • ^ Weeks, for the sum management of the hotel on Mon-|° f  * 40 ' 000 -  day morning.    ^     n -    B* f H«    vs.    Mrs. Susan  Mr. and Mrs. Cannon have made J’”'*  I>uk ''•  thm ‘  tracts nf la « d  many friends here since coming to '* ocated nfar  Wagener. Sold to the Aiken, who regret that they will now  piaintiff  ^* r  81,000.  leave the city,    I     Rmm »    M.    Connor    vs.    louise P.  ________ Denfi, et a1., lot on Ilorry street in  Aiken, sold to Hendersons A Salley,  Sale* Made by    attorneys, for $1,200.  ni . cr     ~ cr     Peoples    Fir t    National Bank of  Dneritf 8 vJiilce * harleston vs. (o-ddings and Edward  -Cushman co-partners under the  The county Sheriff advertised  r 'afDe of J. B. Cushman's Sons, et a1., tract* , f land in the  1 "  : arr <‘ n. ar Montmorenci, old to county for sale at the public sales Pontiffs for $500. ill Monday for delinquent taxe*. I^eana MoHan, et a1., vs. John I' e 'ok: majority of th* <■ sd* wen Mi Man el a1., 60 acre near Grafiite-made by the mortgages and also for     s °ld    to    plaintiff    for    $100.  division purposes by heirs    and does    Farmers    and    Merchants' Bank of  not reflect the general business con-  Rid ge Spring, et a1., va. C. W. Col-ditions < f the county,    lins, 320 acres of land near Ridge  However, the Comptroller Cene- Spring, sold to plaintiff for $200. ral i- bringing pressure against all    Willamina    Turnbull    vs.  SI eriff’s in the State to make an    of Mrs. L. A. Cushman, et a1.,  effort to collect a1! taxes pa.-t due.    Aiken, sold to plaintiff for     $2,000.  PLAN RENOVATION OF    —-——-  Mr, J. L. Cartledge, of Augusta, wrote the following interesting story about a hearing before the Public Service Con •r.i-«ion, concerning  4  he Georgia Pow cr < ’o. A citizen has ss 1  nt us ‘.'ii.' letter which ap-peared in the Chronicle, with the r« -  is imposing a burden upon industry and the p< ..pie which can not be  Mr. and .Mr-. Waiter J. Salmon, t of ,< .c \ork, pureha-ers of 14 Le-1 ga?*’ street, th*' old Adger  winier home Large Number Horses Arriving In Aiken  'ii* ii  Ii*  nger  are  been protected against typhoid fever-through anti-tvphoid inoculations at  various    stations throughout    the  County by the Health Officer and Nut-e.  The majority of our roaders can recall when this dread disease of typhoid was rampant throughout the County, yet last year not a single ca-e occurred in the Cite of Aiken and its    incidence throughout    'he  County was reduced bv more than one half.  In nr>>nortion to money spent and •he results accomplished, the Health Department perhaps makes a better showing than anc other department of our    Cminty government.    We  ca’ not estimate the control of    dis-  en •*' and epidemics in dollars and cen'-- neither can the worth of humus* life, whether babies, children or adult* be so estimated. We can estimate 'he co<t of contagious rind   lemic <1 Dense however, on.! should  we figure out the difference in 1928 n s  compared with 1929 we can readily see where our local Health De-nartment ha« many times over again earned the 'mall appropriation made for its maintenance.  W. Cm. BODIE. M. D., Health Officer.  Rev. S. B. Lap&ley  The by tem . s ' a TO IJ * Va., t.  rate which ii* i*th  Mil'  pat h\ •  board of Elders n church have I IL Lapsle.y, of till the vacancy  if the Pre— called Rev, Craigsville, the past li  ne Pi < -byte! an church been vacant since the of Rrv, John Hallie Herder Included in th* call is the ate < f the Be. ch NI md Prea-an church, whet© one «rvico I .ach month.  Charles Boh!* n, of New York, have leased from Mr'. U. D. Clowe her i:..t!a;r<% "T i ce Oui. Mr. and Mrs. Bohlen expect to <ic-cupy it about the loth. Lease mad* through VS ilk ox agency.  ’st that we r*--| At th** hearing m Public Service i Atlanta a f* a ciaN of the Gee any tiled pet ti ti how that th* Co  ‘int i, f  Pow  u. D. C. MEETING  14. I  MISS KENNEDY HONORED WITH BRIDGE SHOWER  The re the Ed w a will meet at I ..‘cl.. Hem y Sc » th Mrs.  :ular mont d Croft * rt vt M * k iii I ho ! ' ii'dt r mi  Erne-t Bi  • it n  LL ll. c  iftern o' ■ of Mi ■I av enu 1   r final I.  - I:nit* I J. nu  the G<or mmissi*>ii, hell *i* ago, th*- of i Power Com undcitak ing ny con! I mr I I ie- I gia. i rsed t lo* ca • ion to Emu at}  s Daily if N it Wanhirfirton  A 1(1* !  1  r A la-.* <r  stat*  lf- an  in I  ion ted on as 'a.I\ :  if  viny the Several car loads of horses have re in the c tv for a thmwlay  arnV e<| j n  Aiken within the past  few days. On Saturday a car arrived for Dr. R. Scott Lindsay, who has un i* J in th* cit v for the u inter  and    is occupying    lo'    home on    the  Hai r lur prop* rty,  Yesterday a car arrived containing    valuable rat *-    hoi    < - fur    Mr.  Thomas Hitchcock    and    a number of  tine    hor * belonging    to Mr.    Mc-  K rrev Began.  They are spending  planning the rmovat ■a residence, and an ‘ ;  e Villa .VI i ret en! a. their plan to pr* err* • after of the house th   ?     ll"    ii    "jill!  th*' att i ! ivi old  -tai  ‘he  anim.  u ml*  ao-  A  Mi kl  I hird Week Civil Court  third week of  O. IP  sui by utht ii  ia;4«‘  •ck.  I \  Mi I... . Kei  * \\ 'V. I  cently announce or Monday a fie Bridge Shower • btuthen at her str* et.  in*.iv wi» VV dfe,  i. was gt * noon liven b home  -*• engage-jr., was r illest of holist a lovely Mrs, Lewis OH Russell  SCHEDULE OF MISS BAILEY  t  * J e  NEWS FROM THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE  Saturday Deputies Sanders and Garvin made a raid at New Batlan I and arrested M. Z. Rogers and ' niaR  daughter of the hi -less, engorge L. Hall, charged with sell.     dresf * d  Prettily in green tulle  ing whiskey. They were found with  and carrvin 8  a  *»«all white frilled two gallons in their possession. P araso1 from  which green ribbons  br idg* in with chry vt How ai bi ide-el* o Iv corsagi places bv After pression-Miss Bu 'core, ret bridge sc* a dainty hand rn fell to Miss Raywe Cauthen renumbe with a Lively oliv* Mary Andersoi  vv ere at Ira*  mums  The  marked  placed for tiv«‘ly festive in -had*" of plant for the w th a love-  wa?  and the guests filiind at11active Initial tallies, -everal interesting •coles wert :. Manning  pro-added and  holding top of pretty lati* n prize •ndkerchief  thews, Mrs.  -s Kenn* d v  Sch* *i:i!*» of M ss Bai Dcmonsdrat *n \gent for Monday, December f**h, * i Droember I'ith.,  Monday : Monetta ill* kelt 4-IT flub.  Tuesday : Market, .la D*-mon«tratin GI uh.  \V< dnesday: Talathn Eureka, Home Dem* n.-ti Thursday; Bu re ole Burcolo ll ome De in * in-ti Fr:da\    -■ alley    l-H C  Home I)emon«tration ('I Saturday: Market.  11 ain* «• k of  rl *  Df)N‘T FORGET  e • i* lit of an Monday  i wa B b* rig a ult an autem*)-a;is found  is cast* j iror  •. was taken to he railed, se agreed to ors and Mr. a return to  .f G.  u  •I ‘  I,  hor ti     (soh,, ii >m<    ’ f ors,    and the p    ubile th    irougJhout        Ll I •      J ll Club,    ' '    • . I am a - k  publNh the    ing ti: a  iv pi .rt    s I ho ( hr  ' the *              a; on < !ub,    dc*n<    .e -ub-nittc* I* G nimiss    I b« ton    , ti,. J.',,j,    -al Bl -I          l-H Club,    ’ Ira*    ion a    publisl ed    • in <-t ■    'n ' ' i      at! I) f bib  uh. Sail* ■    ■ Nov    ember I I. I  i. .i, ,,    9.30, in    full fur t    hat • tilt    ll     ll-   1  uh truc--te to dam-brand, wha he Un "der job aile/.'* ‘ha- he • iff* ring a fall case was still went to press.  & I  School Children  Need Clothing  Ma M  irk.  Cauthen,  They    were arrested    and    lodged    in     wa " ^Pended a shower f lovely  Aiken jail.    handkerchiefs. These he presented  Sheriff Howard and Deputy Gar-  t0 Mi " Kennedy as gift- from th * vin raided the place of George Green P r( ‘ sen   at Ellenton, on Sunday, and found  A dpli K htful     course    with  two ga Hor* of whiskey at hi* home.  j! P R j’ d t,a was  served bv the hostess, (ireen was brought, ta j.ai-L and'he    ”    ""J-0    ing    Mrs*    Cauthen*-  Witt have to answer at the next aes- ^'"‘•Pdality were besides Miss E*' n * -ions    <*f court.    nedy, Misses Mart-.a Thurman, Lois  VV.    R. Dobson,    who lives    in    Beech     Sar ' h ;’ ry *  Ra vmell« Matthews, Jean-  I-land, had two tarpaulins stolen  f ! *‘ '  (f ’8'R’ ns * Mary J lecklev, Helen from his farm on .Saturday night.     na     Keed,    Ftuth    Manning,  These coverings were *»cently purchased bv Mr, Dobson and were used to cover hay They were 16 by 20 feet in size.  GOODS RECOVERED IN  ELLENTON ROBBERY  T 1  < merchandise that was st leu from F. J. Stapleton’* store la t Monday night in Ellenton Me- nearly a!! recovered when a number of mens suits and a quantity *.f general merchandise were found hidden in a thicket near Ellenton on Wednesday.  An attempt to roll J. K. Gres-land’s filling station was made Tuesday night. Mr. Gr< land aid that he heard some no breaking :n  -i e frent door and thai he fired twic-e th la., ugh a window-* Hr raw an automobile occupied by a w- >man and set * i a1 m« n, drive if in the direction of V igu ta.  - hat s I. L.  ill i,  lo ny  omm  pent  Mr It*  CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING  Bile*', Selin a Reed. Ruth  Berri* Ackerman. Evelyn Vaughn,    —  N'elle Hunter, Mrs. Robert Paulling,    T* 1 ** regular Doce  Mr< Arthur V-’kerman, Mrs. Rob- ‘ ‘ V1C  League ort Garris* n, Mrs. E. V. Fenton,*— Friday. December  .Orangeburg Timci and JDcaioczmL . m -.* At ‘he Rest Rt  ——-- nae. Important b  at A play “The Winning Widow” transacted.  '. r. g h. ! i (I ;30  n V  A child's rain coat was left at ° A pl the F;r*t Baptist church during the will be given at Talatha-Hawthorne last series of meetings. The child school Friday, night, Dec. 5th. at owning this coat can get it by call- R o'clock. Everyone mg at the parsonage    -sited.  Mr. and Mr?, ord ally in- spent Thanksgiving relative*.  Ave-  I HiVero* sty with     E"Utheast    ■ -•n Company's      record' a:    rul that he ‘un      up or Mr;    irecia- n of      million -,    which occurroi      * i a n afer.    rn ibsorption, *•      • -. G mu    rn nwi abh ar      G rporai.    UU -J4- i Vf• ri I s .      The ,.r    dazing inf -ma      -1H teii hV    Mr. By tier th      amount -    » f ar bundr* d      Jar- had    h* • u show r      group* a1    ready n estign      WI. •    it : - ut. ier.*t :i      public *    i xpe* ted to pay      will - *    earnings up-      rn OU* on    r capitalization      , is it any  finni* -*    .wonder Umi ti -fir * r -r - n     Ryd* r. tes that mn ng  books I 'his WTI s* V *  a h* n as made  W Fit*  • ' * *'.i *.'  clot! mg HOU** tv urger  at 'ne  IN*  at  this  p " TTT r Gem *  pany a' 1 *! sun- diarte* in other state* strenuously ntcnd for the high  rate- *.    *, r fat e?  The-,- ra*e« are taxing the dew*. tic consumer and thy user f c rn-mercial power beyond the binit and  T l   rp >r»t*  I 9 2 I a n ai. .Ms     -■ - ,:'., ‘ *>? :: G -■ i■ t■ a '. I c- -■ at ' ’ ■ i imp *■ -. -ai • ii    AIKI N POMES  I OR W1LI    ROGERS      ■ k ’ arr an ’ • t • M ll. A vis --  ti w i• k th* acqu: iti n c f one (*• i-iii r at ions. The wa*-.    Y* tor a a ai f J    - to Will it Beverly      gave t*,< hold* r «he rir • t >  % - i ■ -1: i c k o f f. n v out h t* ii' I v r n    JI i  a  j • ,  I* ct* I h\ Hr* I I’ 1  fr    Wff t» S*»*  rn th** be v st      any Dr definitely’ in * ■  f ar as  *    . - • rn* * i no*!, ii a pro * of  •    r -hare. Mr. Ryd* r !. stiff.-1 dr. Vile,worth * xerciod -h«    p . at th- I • I’ O-. . ■ *ir. *"r  Ic* \ merman -des.  \I. I' • r, I*, .p|2    lo Ranch. ’■-I. Vrgih-• were ie-  - ' s.; L'.QC      * w“f* r  about JI"" a shim WS,,n ghts issued, the Wit! • *S aid was no accurate nu'thoa by ’h**ir value, roll'd h*> • a-ur-    Kn*erica, and Will R.  are |j - • ^ h ' t«i * ) •*. fi \ p    he tcie-h rn i\x      tSigned I J I. ( 0:T! EDGE              

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