The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 315, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 10, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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IQPOnP THE CUB
No More Medial Inquiries Will Be Answered In Person gy "HOP"
Values to $30.00 in Mmn'm
Suits Choice $5. OO
'A urn-H. WORSE-WHY
..JiJ wi5MCS tuifcfc..
CONE.TO ME? WHAT YOU '
ftfc JW MEWfALf
5H00U) DO 15 CONSULTS
W lmn jml rpwiVoil 11X1 Men's Suits of
Hip nil wfiml hnmJ nmc Isiticl. Those sliils
niv mnilo hy .onr vof tltf most stiuiflanl
inaUirs of UlRll (!rmh snils mill iVrry pnr.
tniMil 'h prcslirHtlh nnd jterfpftly Tnilorpil.
On iieeouiit of flio unfnvnralilft conditions
in oilier H'is of tho onimtry'itiiuiy inor-
.Good worse doctor
"Tft MMK? I (WKl
HmtitR won tumble in pimmlv with their
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I place scores of workers In
very line of labor In touch
with good jobs.
I AM A WANT AD.
WANTKD To exchange now furni -
lure Hhadea. matting and rugs for
1 l t ?r! '
W Want Iff
. 'l UllU I.IIU III llliltl U. I VI. !tit-!4tU?
L toua and lee boxes. Have a nice
. ....... I !.... ...... I. .... ...fHini.Mtliii.u .
M.ieic at low pritot). cuu ni ni
North Second street or phone 4U3.
uiir upholstering .and repair work
also solicited. V. U? Caifnon. 2S-30t
WANTED White woman to do gener-
al house work and cook. Good wages.
Phone 'J6S. 7-6t
I am In u position to make farm loans
V. K. ML'IR Ahllrue.
WANTED.--Every family In Abilene to
trv Mi.m-1'H Kn.i8ti!d Coffee. Roasted
dally. Always fresh. Phono 450
-rf -'-' t- -.. ....
WANTED. To buy cloan white rafis.
Will pay a cents a pound. Abilene Re -
WANTED Most any kind of a work
pony fur If feed work Hfiht; plenty.
-. . I f.l I.f I I. Ililiririll.
IH H'l'U. riiuiiii um - '
WANTED t'so or horse -and
for very light delivory work about
two da' per weU. Phone 1029. 1Q-A
WANTED About 70 acres of land to
c-ultlvalp. with somo pasture. Address
X. rare Reporter. WM
FOR KFA'T Nicely furnished house-
ix-'liing rooms phono 303- 8-3t
FOR RKNT.-2 nicely furnished rooms
fnr light housekeeping. All
ivenieneos. Phono 339.
FOR RENT Furnished
T lephone 7'JSM.
Farm Loans Insurance md Rentals
My officw are located next to th T . M. Bank at
Abilene and I am prepared to give you prompt aad
honest service. If you have a bargain w sell I want
it if you want it I've got it. I can sake you 9
loan on your farm on short notice- I isspect youl
land and have your title examined in Abilene so
long-winded delays. I will rent ad insure your
property. I want your business.
JOHN G. J A CKSON
&st-o o ne en Per word first
IVUieS insertion Half Cent a
word for each insertion thereafter
l-uii Hii.NT. 2 neatly furnished rooms
for light hoiifie keeping. Phono
ISA J. io-4t
r T '
".!'. Airi'iy lurmsucu down stairs
front room to rent to gentlemen. All
modern conveniences. Phone 339. 10-U
KOH UKXT Two nlcelv f.rniin!
ifinm fnr il.rhi i...d.iar.iH. ti "
I7!i. corner Cedar and Slith - 9-3t
FOR HtiNTltoomB for light house
Uf'flmlll?. All llimlrtrn rnni'iinlntinnu
and ivusonnlilo. Mis. A. L. Ilarlc. r.ua
FOH SAI.K.--Onc black horse nbout
une uiack Jiorso about
17 hands high. One brown man- 15
hands high. . a. Armstrong. 1242
i ok tiio next sixty dnys wo will sell
blierwIiiNIUIams Pnlnt at $1.70 a gal-
tloii. Corner Drug Store. 10-30t
f UacTq u- vUm . - . ".
fnr ni'iT hi 1 . o ? PV.nd
iur Clean WllllO ragS Abilene ItC-
FOH SALK u.nnn imtuiiia nt i.in.i
J Johnson grass and late cut sorghum
fOlftfllt liflim fi Ini....r
FOR SALIC Pure blood Plymouth
Itock eggs for setting. Jno. Nell.
IfiO acres or land. GO per cent good.
80 acres In cultivation. Price $2250
Kngene Wood. 7-7t
WI-3 have the Famous Mineral water
from Mineral Wells Texas. None bet-
ter. Delivered to any part of the city.
Phone Mead's Orocoy. No. -tTiG. at
FOR SALH. Forty cows with calves
...i m.bi.m'i -. fir.)
mum nniifvo iiiiui; ifc i'link
State Hank. 5-Ct
FOIt SALK. Sudan GraBS
Several grade sows bred.l
aril phone 1555-311. 8-fit
'w . stow
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FOR SALH. A compelto set or law;
tpct hooks Including quizzes. Cheap.'
A chance to net a alw education at
iidiiic. ixmiiusa uo m Auuunu ix
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1-or HAlJC-raint snetlanu i'ony rour organizations. The meeting Tuesday S' """""" . '" . iniin 7t
years old; also my rino Jersey cow afternoon was called for 2:30 Bharn tlon- !o led that organization lat
"0trr'..!:.lot:U M inlk- Th0ni:lf."..thlt .h? 0np?. c0.'ld "H06. trom OdCen. also a Pitcher
as L Illanton.
' ";s "!'.'? cmi? or 8a':--
uimrcm. Auucnc. .ugeni route. i-i(f0 aHcni hPr cUurch 80clety (BOveral
N'OTICE-Tbo offices tor renkln the1"111088 or the leader for the day andl
- nnifri n..niin.. vr u-b.ni because of the weather. We do not
iimuiiim MuatutMi tsv wisj viiHiwwiA
when you consider light heat water..Know a)0Ut the 0her church meet-.
and jafllt0r service Is rurnlahed fre.
j m. Radrord. tl-tf
1 vnTiPi-v-1 Xiavn morH huildine. and
. . '
nnvr for rent all well located nud la
vn ro;Hr 1 m RsiKord 10-t
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NOTICE I will stand at the Abileno
Wtcrhinry Hospital my registered bull
Flossy Tokyo register No. 121040J
giro Champion Tokyo 112973; Dam
j;ell Crow's FlosBy 305C26. Dr. C. H.
N0TlCB NKW pmM for Merkel. We
iv. lust oDened a brand new stock of
groceries at the Kent street Wagon
t Yord. Will huy our croam and pay
highest market prjee. We will run
j connection an up-to-date wagou
yard So be t.ure to come to see us
wnen y01 con)0 to town. Youra for
business Stanley & Ayers. 21-12t
NOTlCE--Pure fresh pork sausage
every day rain or shine. Price 17 l-2c
Phone your orders to 830. Alnsworth
R. D. Mcoks a prominent business
man of Ovalo was In Abilene Wea
nesday on court biiRlness.
J. T. Turk of Waco wan in Abileno
Wednesday attending to business af-
fairs. J. T. Person n former Abllena eltl-
?Pn in here from Waco for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Tus-
cola are hero at tho bedside of tho
latter father..!. B. Covineton. hn l
Mr. and Mrs.
.VAi'.aB.)V.e.(lnc!!ny..0" nccotintof thb
jvuuit ntm lu
"m 01 mwimhii Miner which oo -
C"7? 'K.?'0'?"? W' ... .
': ir-Kef''r clllr of the Western
! rrH0 of An8on- was 'n Abileno
" fow 10Urs Wednesday coming over
nt "oon .nnd returning at 2:00 o'clock.
N "llirr' necrotary and treasurer
I uiu aminiurs rnicning Associnuon
at Dallas and former agent for tho
i Texas & Pacific railway In Abileno.
was here Wednesday on oftlclnl busl-
President Morgan Jones of tho Abl-
lene & Southern returned tn AMirnn
I.-.l -.!. ... a. .
Wednesday morning after an nbsemce
nf aninn ilmn tn ainfn nml mi.n.nn
points where he looked after his ex-
Chns. Morris one of the managers.
of thc JcwcI Theatre has been con
finCcI lo hs homc Bncc Saturday with
n Miwn ntlnU r l-.. -t
-- w- -.-..u.-. UT .iv-f (.-.-vj. IJ "
reported somewhat Imnroved Wcdncs -
may noon although Btlll Buffering a
Constable J. P. Darden wont to Hal-
It--.- ltf.lHn..t... t . .
linger Wednesday morning -with a
w'l't' youth who had been apprehend-
icd hfre on advices from hlB father
The hoy's father met tho constable at
Dallinger nnd took his son home with
him to Ilrownwood.
I. S. noylcs. Suoremo Grand Guard
of tho Continental Guards of Texas
with headquarters at "Waco was iu
Abileno Monday nlfiht looking after
the welfaro pf that order. Ho was
vlBltlng lodges In this purt of the
stato and stopped off here to neo
Messrs. Howard and DavlB. who aro
nP(rnnjn -. aih
organizing a camp at Abilene
ITIIB n.l'Il WOMEN'S STATEMENT.
" "Ply to the article 'A Reason-
able Reiiuest". in Tuesday'a neporter
the club women or Abileno wish to
state that they nre also among tho
loading workers of tho church organ-
hwd .mu umt 11 wu umu greuiiy
through melr efforts that Tuesday rfluJr.al.mi
Pac'i yeer was set asmo ror ennren
. Ing that she could leave at any tlm'
iiirr ri 1 iii riiniii ! v 4 itw nil v t m
um iiiiBi. ai ituiu uuu cuurcn meei-
.uiu in is i. ai learn uuo cuurcn mtei.
.11.1 ii.i. k . 1 .: .
in wn Tnonoi nn o..;" ..
IUI. wm (juaipuurn uu HCfOUUl Ol III"
Tho meetlne at the Llhrarv
n.i .i. ".!. -;- ".!.-"
- ' "" -"- v" m o - I jooita tt8 though Rube Kenton wouki
terests of the c tv nubile schools to1; r ...;" T...' ... m.0r.
which the superintendent principal
nnd trustees wor Invited and made
mn.l t.nl..r..l ...II a U' .1.11. .
""al i-iim "i. "V mum mm
Btatement should be made that all may
understand. This was only a call
meetlno concerning somfl urgent mat-
Th city Federation stands at
all times for the civic educational and
rollgloua Interests of Abilene. Tho
FOR the next sixty days we will sell
Sherwin-Williams paint at 11.70 a gal-
lon. Corner Drug Store. 10-30t
GIVE your order now for baby chicks-
Any kind. Phone 915. 10-lOt
STRAYED Jersev heifer light color
branded circle dot on left taw. Re
ward for Information. W. F. Dillard.
phone 674. 10-2t
POR SALE. One strlctlv first claB8
full blood Jersey cow. Will be fresh
soon. J. H- Burnett 4-7$
Containing about ?lo.
C39 and receive r-
NOTICE Only a limited number of
eggs for sale from my prize winning
Rhode Island Reds. Get my prices
now. S. H. Jefferiea phone 619. 226
Poplar street 5-30t
BALDBRIPGE RANCH OF
JW.We ACRES IS SOLD.
FORT WORTH March 9. W. EL
Connell. president of the First Na-
tional Bank; G. W. Connell his son
and Ted Wallace bis soa-ln-Uw have
bought 30000 acres of land from
Earl E. Balbridga. capitalist.
The tract 1 located sear Odessa
oa tie Texas aa Pacific railway W-.
tween Fort Worth aad 1 Paso. It 1
raaca land sua win be opwatea aa the BrKisn army on tne conunept is or ainety cent overalls ana & twenty-
suck by G. W CoaaeU and Wallace. oMcially given at 9175 five cent undershirt- Most of tke pres-
HOW THE REDS STACK
ur run inc uuninu bCA&un
Hy tho United Press.
CINCINNATI. March 10. "Old
brains and young brawn" the' sumo
beliiB the combination thnt MaiuiKOr
Charles Herzog will apply to the IMS
Kcflds In the expectation of making
a better allowing than last year.
It must be said that Uerzog'n calm
confidence consists of something more
ll.n.. .. -II.... . . ..
ITS ' " ""' ' "'""L0"1""'.."
."" ui-bh au inuiuuKiiiy torn un i
between Reasons as the Hcds present
xnnKo.iiti trtinattt iiii i..4 MH..
'nquad Vhlch finished last In 19H.
i A score of players have been dls-
car.de.d or lost l the club through the
activity of the Feds. Twenty-six men
Including Herzog. will report at tho
spring training camp In Alexandria
Of these 10 are pitchers. Four
otners aro catcher!. That leaves an
oven dozen from whtrh mi Inrtni.i u
outfield must be drawn.
Herzog is very sure that ho Iiub
turned tho corner with
tumni thn rnmrr with ita i.rti..wtn
now thnt he hns Blgned Tommy Leach
Chnrlov iinoin im nt th tnliin..a
. . ' . . . . .
and Ivy Wingo the lanky Gcorglntl
.ultrt iiimh i.m . ii. rM.ni. i
ho would not play under Miller Hug- t casualties for tho year whb iuJ.titfl
gins. .of which there were 10.;t02 klllid and
102.6C2 Injured a decrease compared
Leach and Dooin will fill a lack In.wh the previous year or CC2 In the
tho department of experience keenly number killed and 7.ilG In tho nutn-
i. 1..1 ... rr. m i.... linr Inlnrni). It la In hn rni-mltml
"! i-wif & Wiuiiij i t IVIIU J
iln tho batting order nnd Uooln prom-
Ises Herzog. will catch most of the
Wlnko probably will be played rtg -
I .1..1.. 1 it.- .. ... r t.-
ularly In the outoer precincts be
cauhe of his steady noodle nnd ability
"with the Btick.
1 ne ciuu huh necu 01
'a hitting first
will develop Into a corking good man
Herzog believes but his batting eye tresspassers. It Is astonishing to
Is lamentably weak. ' find that doubling the number or ein-
Herzog will play abort again nnd ploycesklllcd jloes not quite equal tho
Heine Groh will bo nt second. Tho f number killed or persons In no way
possession or tho third Btatlou will bo j connected with railroad operation or
rought out between Von Kolnitz and management or traveling as passen-
Ivan Olson the ronncr Nap. t Kors. It Is likewise uurprlslng to note
With Tommy Leach and Wlngo that among tho total caBualltlcs.
backing 'em up regulnrly iu tho sub- I 202901. tho killed numbered 409 em-
urbs and Tombly KUIIfcr and Orlf- ployees and the Injured 113274 from
fith alternating tho outricld really "industrial accidents" defined In the
takes on the Bemblnnco of something i llulletin as "accidents not involved
akin to Hope. in train operation but occurring to
"I have succeeded In one thing sayB
and that Is 1 have at the
o last year wen navo mo
spirit and we'll havo young fellows
who aren't averse to taking advlco
from players older In the game."
Of the young blood which comes
. .. .- "" 4i..i... .... ..i .
V". """' "57...V A07in.
is rated a nteady ybungrtcr.
Griffith who played with ludlan
u"" ."'. M. '"" "'
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poi " y "- . '
na nllin 111
iuhi icur. it u hwu imwp n iw -
.- ......... . n...
sneenan. coninuuteu Dy icrro iihuid
nf nllraa tha - .1
"w material of class Douglass
r. l"i. .i r- .. i.oin
Schneider Ames and Lear are being
looked to a8 cher performers. Sayre
TwiinHiiiHr. Niiirn iiiiii ucui && wvoin
nn Pastern colleco nrospect. comoB
I wun a ungnuy uurn anuu rVutaUuu.
with a brightly burnished reputation
nBver havlnu been settled
..w.h Tnminv Leach dlreetiuK the
IIU Ullll. vv.. -. . ". .
..fli1l nnrt nnoln In C ISrKO UCIUnU
" " bat can see where I shall have
valuable i.eiD in creating a machine
111 Sve on aMOunUng or It-
aeJf Herzog says. "Watch It"
L0XU LIST IX) R PROMOTION
IXhNDON Mar. 10. Sir John French
has a lift of names of officers and men
vhom he recommends for promotion
or reward for gallant and distinguish
ed service In the fieia saia 10 De iu
fopgest list of tho kind ever presented
by a British commander- It occupies:
nearly three closely printed pages in
The Times. No less than 445 Generals j
and members 01 me generm uiuu
included in the list and there are 254
names from the Royal Artillery and
234 members of the medical corps to
say nothing of the other branches of.
the aervlce represented. I
A noticeable feature In the list is
the way in which all ranks are classed
together as being equally distinguish-1
ed. The Duke of Wellington never(
mentioned any but officers In his dls-
patches while other British comman-.
dera have mentioned non-commission-J
ea omcerv or pnyaico veij oyauufj.
Sir John French makes no distinction
between the highest officer and the
humblest private; the names are all
placed side by side in the long roll of
opened in China where extensive de-
posits of the mineral nave oeen lounu.
17S Fre4 Bite Cms.
LONPON Mar. 9.The total num-
.ber of cases of frost bite reported in
package. Of Dr.
"Will go wild.
vn you can
the pain nnd
Send somcono to
a dime imcknco
a few nutmotitfl you
liprtdacliu gone no more
AY ACCIDENTS HI 914
Accident llulletin C2 or tho Inter-
state CYnntlieren Cnminlquldii f.(r-.tlm
year ended Juno 30. 1914. shown that
t10'' VVil!J comparative iKijirovement
In tho number of necldontsi on i!u
.......... .1... .... - ... ..... rt
HtPni rllu6 of the Plic.I Salts
illtrlni- tint vmr Tltit l.hil tuiitilwi
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that the claim of onoor two of tho
mrgor roaus or mo country tnnt no
1 pai;iiBvrB wi-re aiiicu on iiuur roaus
. llir'K tho year does not apply to all
rnnitu fir mtimtir !-. ihukIiam 11!1ai1
roads for among the number killed
2C" were passengers. Of the remain-
ing number of killed .1259 wero em-
ployees nnd C.778 wero other persons
clnssiried as trespassers and fiun-
railway employes omor man tram
men on railway promises." The to-
tal number of empIoycoH Injured was
105212 the number of passengers
ir.121. nnd thn numbor or other per-
sons 12329. These figures represent
a decrease Jroin 1013 of 0205 InJurleBi
to employees 1418 to passengcra and
23 to other persons and of 45G em-
ployees 138 passcngora and C8 other
persona killed. Yet In the opinion of
tho Journnl of tlio American Medical
Association the vast and seemingly
unnecessary disproportion between
tho employees and others killed and
Injured who havo nothing to do with
operating or riding on trains un-
'doubtedly calls for further Improve-
ment in operating methods as well
as for greatly Increased care on tho
part of both employees and the- public
to prevent the casualties which aro
unquestionably tho result of Individ-
These are types of Pluto Indians
some of whom have taken to the war-
path to protect Tae-Na-Gat the young
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ted Statea marshal of Utah for the
murder of a "greaser" who stole htt
saddle. The Piutes are mostly peace-
)fUj 54 naTe not pU on war t
and feathers for years. In fact tha
full dresa of a Piute is usually a pair
One mprolinnl pi
him. whiti tinu'nn'ii
not in busincs i
tirlee. All st.vles aTm colors
worth loss than $20.00. other
10.00. On snle ehoiee
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WILL RUSSIA GET
KIAOCHOW FROM JAPAN?
Ily Hurtoii K. Stnildlsh
(Written for the United Press)
WASHINGTON. Mar. 10. Is Russia
to get rrom Japan what Germany la
a'lege(i to havo stolen diplomatically
- rrom Russia? In Japan to mako
this return to RtiBsln. her present
ally for having taken l1nrt Arthur?
Representative W. I). Alney of Penn-
sylvania has Hitch an Idea. He re-
cently returned from a rather exten-
sive trip through tho Far East Sibe-
ria Included. Uo Is improssod with
tho continued growth of Russia and
believes thnt nation will bo least hurt
by tho wnr.
"It may be" ho nays "that tho
wpight of influence will Blip away
from Euroiu' passing beyond tho urnl
mountains unci find lodgment nniong
tho peoples of Asia. Ot)t of this war
Russia with her groat resources Is
likely to emerge least hnrmed of nny
great power. Russia territorially is
largely Asiatic; ethnologicnlly nho Is
allied In largo measures with the Ori-
ent. Russia slow-movlnn ponderoitB
ltussla thnt hns boon notching up
in nil theso centurion until Bhc now
occupies onc-Hlxth of tho land area of
tho world with 8.I17.000 square iuIIcb
of territory; Russia extending from
tho Atlantic to tho PaclHc and from
the Arctic almost to tho Indian ocean;
Russia with a population of 1S5.000-
000 pcoplo; Russia with a railroad
extending 0.000 across tho continent
of Asia and Europe; Itussln that can
put undo arms from 22 to 30 million
of men. Russia Ib a factor Ib tho fu-
ture development of tho world. Rus-
Bla will pour hor commercial activities
Into the Pacific.
"It Is Interesting to recall that It
was Kalchow and not Port Arthur
which was Russia's first love. It was
almost within her grasp. China had
leased Kiaoclmw to Russia; with it
went the concession to build tho tranB-
Slbcrlan railway through Manchuria
accompanying It there was nn undouu-
ted purpose to build tho Knlgan rail-
road from Lako Ilalkal to Peking. A
straight lino would tnko this road to
Klaocliow thua giving Russia hor
long cdslred open port to tho Pacific
"It was about thla time that Ll
Hung Chang mado his celebrated trip
around tho world; ho came to Uerlln
and Germany became awar of Rus-
ola's purpose. Tho murder of two
Lutheran missionaries on tho Chang
Tung Peninsula furnished the pro
TYPES OF ril'TB INDIAN'S SOME OF WHOM ARE
ludlau CkllJrea Playlay Stick.
ent generation would be scared half
to death if they saw an Indian In all
the glory of war paint and feather
sucu as tne artists wno love the rea-
skiu have created.
The present trouble Is explained by
riuu ivcau a nayuju iuuiuu gjauuni
t "The white men will never get Twk
Na-Gat or Old Polk without maay
j men being killed. The only ckaace to
(capture the ladlang la for the Navajo
police to come- here- After thU to
iieyU In order for thp I il 1 1
y mnnuuteturci lor 1 i I
f for shhtfrHvWN I I
LcfttfMvht tlu'in nt iv 11
text Gennnny seized Klaochow and
Russia swallowed her ctiagrln taking
Port Arthur as a consolntlon. This
crowded her against Japan. The re-
sult Is well known. Today Russia
and Japan find themselves In accord
and where Klaochow may ultimately
laud Id beyond tho ken of any who aro
content to denllh with factB. Certain
It is that there are evidences of re-
newed activity In rntlroad construc-
tion In the vicinity of Kalgan."
GRANDMA USED SAOE
IB 10 DARKEN WB.
She made uo a mixture oLSje
and Sulphur to bringMQk colof
brewed Jnto a
heavy tea wits
ff stop seala
hair. Juat a fsw
proro a revcutkm it
ling gray or dry seras
Mixing the Sam Tml b4
Sulphur wipe at home though. Is
troubteftomV An cosier way Is to get the
rcad'to-uso tonic costing about 60 cents
a largo bottle at drug stores kaown aa
"Wjcth'a Sago and Sulphur Com-
Ioum" thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy rray faded hair fe net
sinful we all desiro to retain our youti-
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's So
and Sulphur no ono can tell bconaso It
does It so naturally so evenly. Yob lust
dampen a sponge or soft brush wit It
and draw this through your hair taldag
one small strand at a time; by aondRg
alt gray lmlrs havo disappeared aad
after another application or two your
hair incomes beautifully dark glossy
soft and luxuriant.
For Bnlo by McLomoro-Basa Drug Co.
Russia Is known to have 24
wireless stations. Franco
li nnd Austria-Hungary
Water motors havo
for ringing fog bells
penso of employing
ly valuable. M a
mc it rnntilu iHi
well knoJFh tc
a on t!u TAvvr. nrlvu
riches the Mood nmd
Builds up 11
all over it will be found tkat tke
tion of Tse-Na-Gat's killtajr a
can Is only a mlor quetiea
wW the cattlemea frcwa Colfamda
brought about all ife
killing. The Piwtea will
few cattle they drive
to live oa duria k
are at ta BQ44asa eat
eattlesaam wuai im
out of Hw ceeussrr asMl
atesd ajsl IJa
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