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MEDFORD Mm TRIBUNE, MEPFOTO. , OREGON, THURSDAY, QCTQtm QJ 912
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GOttaiC PUTNAM. Kdl tor and Manner
n .seegmt-ciMM matttr
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Karen a. 1879.
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! sworn cmnin.ATio.v.
Pally average or tren tnonths end
Ihie November St. MM. 2751.
Full J-eane.1 Mt United Prcaa
Tho Mall Tribune Is on IL Ot the
Ferry New Statu), Snn Kranclsco.
JortHnl lotel News StanJ, Portland.
Rowman News Co, Portland, Or.
W..O. Whitney. Seattle, Wash.
Me-tropolln of Southern OrRon and
Northern California, anil tho faatcst-
Towlnt; city In Oretfon.
Papulation U. a census 1910'
s Flvo hundred thousand dollar Gravity
Water System completed, Klvlnc finest
aunpiy puro mountain water, ana 17.5
mites or streets pavea.
Iot office rcir.iw for year endln:
November 30. 1911. show Increase ot 1
Banner fruit city In Oregon TIoruo
stiver piisenoerjr apples won sweep
stakes prise and tltla or
' MHbi Klu at lb. WM
at tho l&tlonal Apple Sjhow, Spokane,
190, and-, car of Ncwtownx won"
- srnaf rrtae i mm
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver. B. C.
Ttrs Mas t 1H1
at Spokane National Apple Shew won
by carload of Newtawna.
Rosrun River, wrars Brought hlfheat
Brtoea In all Xtarkets; C Uw wetl dur
fagthe uatvsls year
' tVrlto Commercial Club. Inclosing t
ants Tor postage for the finest eestBiti
tilty "pamphlet qver gubllahed.
murder trial ot John S.
llonaire lumberman who killed
; FOR A BUM
. MONTESANO. Wash., Oct 3. Af
tcr.moro than twenty-four hours
spent' In (he selection of a Jury, tho
Detective Frank Welch at Aberdeen.
ls-weH under way today.
'- In outlining tho state's case, Depu-ty-Prosecutor
Cross said he would
show that Creech. had beea lotterlng
areHadv'hls.ownthoui or the. night
of June, 3 expecting to surprise a
Biaa.'wUa Mrs. Creech. HU wife
called up ,the police. Welck vaa
seat' and when he ordered Creech to
throw, upjils hands, he was -shot an.t
killed. The defense is that Welch ac
eosted Creech so rudely that the lat
ter felt himself In danger and shot
in self defense
THEODORE mWjvijrt publicly lirnndod Alton B. Pv
kor as. n Ijai wlien in1904 ho assorted that the trusts
were firmiifeitif the ixipiblioan qnnipuijrn. ,
-Trcasiu'er Sheldon of tho national m)lihut'a eoininft-
'ice states on tho witness stand that practically 75 per cent
ot tho money received and expended tq elcctt 'Lheodore
Roosevelt, Came from the trusts- ' ,
.1. Picrpont. Morgan, John I). Archbold, Ilenrv Frick
nnd George Qouul e'acli contributed $.100,000. Prcsidont
Iowjeyelt's foriiwr private secretary, George B. Cortel
ou was chairman of tho committee, and Mr. Roosevelt
must have known where tho coin camo from yet ho de
nied that the trusts or Wall street contributed any funds.
William Flinn of Pittsburgh, admits that ho 'made a
written contract with Senator Matt Quay, whereby he
agreed to deliver tho cit of Pittsburgh to Quay in return
for his own election to the United States senate". Mr. Plinn
states that ho spent $102,000 of his monov to carrv Penn
sylvania for Roqscvelt in the 1912 primaries.
There never was a mom brazen effronterv than that of
Flinn , as boss of Pittsburgh. Compared to Fliun, Lori
mcr is pure. Yet Mr. Roosevelt, who wouldn't sit at the
same table with Lorimer, extols Flinn and accepts his
mono, as ne aa tnc trusts" when president; and at the
same time denounces the political bosses who fail to sup
Mr. Roosevelt never made any of his campaign contri
butions, public. He posed as an advocate of publicity, but
never imhlishod an item rppnrdinir his own PHTi-mnimis.
just as lie posed as a trust buster and never curbed a trust.
Mr. Roosevelt poses as a "progressive, but his sole test
of progress is support of his third term ambition. A life
long progressive like La Follette, is denounced as a re
ttctiQiiary, but a boss like Flinn welcomed as a progressive,
as are j-erKins, ianna, Munsey, trust magiuites, simply
because they favor the colonel. '
Thero never whs a bigger farce or a more' transparent
noax puueu on man Tiieoaoro Koosevelt's lour flush pur
it in'politics and if the people vote to over-ride the un
written constitution and give him a third term, it will be
simply a verification of the astuteness of P. T. Barntun
when he coined his famous phrase:
"The people like to be humbugged."
- 5 sari? '
The toolkit ktMK ef c&el f Mtfid'i'VtvM.
Tk wkti wesA (lcdr;4rioi4,i i(t
The sleep btuejelei, tutd whm&h river ivift
The tmk4 kwe$ which briiht Columbia Uvei,
Mi itoimsH HtWf manlike behavci,
Joy qui and happy it tppfhUy courw;
WiiMimm from tte CKffe trozeft eurce
The iMfMyrakt, and Iabyrmthifie.caVM
The ftetely fi Uit Kent el reM rare;
The Mtive wept, luxuriant, brilliant, wild;
. The llefee ot afje bkeeoriii, awl of pear;
The iM muf.iMw)Mc.h m white 'bef ttand;
For theie, m4 hy these many charms beguiled,
I love jhcet Ortfpnjihou beauteous land. (
BIGOTRY OF THE ULSTERITES.
DE PALMA WINNER OF
THE VANDERIILT CUr
WAUWATOSA, Oct. 3. Ralph De
Palma, driving true to form and
the luck which, he exhibited at Elgin
a month ago, today with a Mercedes
car won the eighth running of the
Vanderbllt cup automobile race from
a field of eight starters. The time
for tho 299 miles 27C4 feet was
4:20:33.54. This -was at a speed of
sixty-nine miles an hour, five miles
slower than last year's running.
Ifughie Hughes, with a Mercer
Special, took second; Wisbart, In a
Mercedes, third, and Gil Andersqn,
with a Stutz, fourth. Only four cars
Mulford was eliminated early In
the race with a broken magneto and
Teddy Tetzlaff went out after he act
ed pacemaker for halt the distance
Localise of engine trouble In his Fiat
While Tetzlaff raced he furnished tho
sensation for soparato laps, averag
ing many of them at 'Beventy-flvq
miles an hour.
r In. addition to tho trophy, Do
Palma won 3000 in cash, Hughes
got 12000, WIshart ?1000 and An-
TOWN OF ROGUE RIVER
.'", TO GIVE A DINNER
wJlOGUE RIVER, Oqt, 3. Tho peo
ple of Medford are Invited to attend
tho Harvest Home celebration In this
city Saturday afternoon arid evening.
AJ flno home-made chicken dinner
will .be served for 25 cents and a
supper for fifteen conts. There will
be a baby show, frtilt and agricultur
al exhibits, livestock and many on
tenalnmentB, Dr. Anna Shuw may
address tho gathering, Special pv
vVlons wjll be made for motor par
ties, vTUe Rogue Wver Improvement
e&b is reuponslbio for tho present
elebrailon nnd the prpceeds will be
devoted to the public library.
Through the public spirited efforts
etthe ladies in this club a library i'f
ui volumes has been assembled in
mm than a year and many public lm-
ivefMentu have been made. Tho
f the club are; President,
Js, GUmore; vlco president,
'ssinatIV uoointarv. Mm. F! A ft.
(PimF)"" W -T" w f -- - -r J
r.Wrer, Mra.KaipM Main.
npHE -'covenant" of the Ulsterites shows tho survival
4 of religious bigotry in the twentieth ceuturv.
' 'llie Ulsterites, deseendUnts of the nuritnu colonins
planted by Cromwell to loot Ii'eland and crush Catholic
ism, still preserve the narrowness and intolerance of their
ancestors the ideals of the A. P. A.
This covenant is an oath taken to f iirht linmn ruin fm
Ireland and never under any circumstances to recognize
or obey the laws of an Irish parliament.
The controlling fear is that the Catholics will revenge
centuries of persecution, misrule and wanton oppression
uj Muciug .upon me Jtrrojestants some ot tlio laws they
have had to suffer under.
Tho history of Ireland is a sickening story of injustice,
of a criminal conspiracy to establish the church of the
wvaaer m supremacy to tUe church of the natives a talc
of the torch and sword and famine-used iu-the name Of
The ruling minority class therefore onuoses surrender.
iDg usurped privileges to the oppressed majority and show
the hatred-couunonly felt for those wronged by tho 1ene
ficiaries. The TJl8terites have proven themselves far more bigot
ted aud intolerant than the rest of the Irish people. Repre
senting only about a quarter of the population, they would
continue to over-ride the remaining three-fourths, as they
have been able to do in the past by appeals to English
prejudice and superstition.
Religion is not an issue in the home rule fight save
as the men of Ulster try to make it. It is a question of
justice, of the right of a people to nile themselves. There
is no danger of tho revival of religious persecution. Free
dom of religious belief will be safeguarded in the Irisli
The Ulsterites are proving themselves, poor patriots
when they brazenly announce to the world their deter
mination to spill blood to keep Ireland the only country'in
tho British empire denied the richt of self-government
Crater Lake Proves Puzzle to Scientists
LOS ANGELES, OcJ. 0. City
Prosecutor Guy Eddy, Los Angeles'
moral preceptor, Is nt liberty today
on hin owi recognizance, following life
arret on tbe charge of contributing
to the delinquency of Mm. Alice
Phelps, 120, n "yird of the juvenile
court. Mrs. Plielp had previously
complained to D. P. McLnnliljn, u
humane officer of Eddy'rt treatment
of her when she applied to him for n
"It was agreed that bIio liquid
ugnin call on, Eddy ut )ii office nt
the central police station. McLaugh
lin and Hevcral other witnesses
wnlcbt'd through a keyhole. They
testified that the city proKecutor in
Hulted Mrd. Phelps; that they rtiHhcd
.in uud arrested Eddy, wlrt wnj in a
Eddy is the man who prevented the
performtuico of tho "The Girl from
JU'clor'ft'' ai)d other rucy plays here.
He, will have, u hearing' Friday before
Judge Wilbur in the juvenile court.
IMH,fW that Great Britain has
more women workers In proportion
to ls uopulutiqn than any other
country, There are 010,000 dresst
ASK WEST TO
SALEir, Ore., Oct, 3. Governor
West and Attorney General Crawford
are todny considering netion ngiinst
Sheriff Unlfour of Crook county and
one of his deputies, Dick Halm, on
the ejiarge rondo by Crook county
citizen thnt they illegully harbored
litpior and gambling- Uve in dcy tor
ritory, The invciigution is bused on
foti strong evidence nnd may result in
tio removal of JJnlfour by the gover
nor. J, jr. Williams, W. A. Ellis, H.
J. Hranstetler and ojhej- prominent
nesidenjts of Ue county arc be ougs
yho headed the petition asking tho
governor to net. Martin W. Wenvur
and E. B. Connnt, in HiL'iied stute,
ment testified respectively that Bui-
four drunk in u )nr that was nisked
uy a unrucr suop ami unit mum in
the approved fashion demanded $10
each from Kid Parker, Shorty Perry
and a number of others- for allowing
jhem o indulge in. a gambling gniuo
io Metolius, a suburb. .
- " PS p SI M
In the year ending August 1, 1D12,
nearly CO, 000 porsons sought ant ob
tained employment through the. ma.-
dum of the three itfatp 9inpl9ynient
bureaus In Minneapolis, St." Paul and
.!. II. Cunts in the New York
SALT LAKE CITY, Kept, "JB-
Crater Lake, in soul hem Oregon, ni
though disc)ven4 by white men near
ly sixty ynnrs .ago, and et apart its
n national park for the last ten
years, ban pnly rvceutty come into
the view of the, Kucml puhlin. But
it lin.s alrvaily. taken rank g turnip tho
half-dozen i'nreqinxt scenitt wonders
of Ainericn, and'tw it is not only of
marvelous beauty but nlso of scien
tific interest, a visit to it formed
one of the most enjoyable apistiden
of the transcontinental excursion of
the American Geographical Society.
Tho party started from Medford as
guests of the cotsmercial club of
that city, and reached lh! lake after
an exciting Hutomobilo rule til eighty
five tntles.'iri thtv eourAO of wlik-h they
climbed tifarjy 11,00(1 feet aud passed
tbrough ii virgin forest of llouglns
fj.r, .yellow - pine nutl sugar pjue,
which aroused the' admiration , of
the foreign member to suck- aide
gre.thatttHVy hwlstcduivon stopping
it oyajy; ojHijrtKtljity ' to pbotngraiih
some especially imtosijig giant of the
woods,;nnd Wnhl-with difficulty bar
pery.itu.oen io ntirry on to ineir ttes
tiiiation., After climbing nil day about the
cliffs, wjiieh rise frttm 100(1 to 'JOOO
feet above the surface of the lake,
uud rowiuj; on its transparent blue
miters, wiicht In souio plaves are
2000 feet deep, tbe geographer
gitthexed around their camp lirti in
the evening and discusscL ho pxl
geographic nnd goldgio history of. the
lake and the surrounding region.
Theory of Sctratbtta
Crater Luke is nenrty tircillar in
shape anil has iii average diameter
of about five; miles. Its surface in
more than 0,000 feet, above sen levol,
and it is completely surrounded, by
cliffs wlu'ch in some- places rio '.2,000,
feet almost vertically. Ouisitlo (if
thit rim, thq, gnnmd slopes awny in
nil directions, so that the lake is sit
uated nt The top of a mountuln, but
it is the opinion of iuost of the, geo
graphers who have studied the ques
tion that the present mountain is
only tho lower portion of a far larger
oma iyl)ich,( towered to a height of
nearly lfi,000 fret, nnd which has
received the mime of Mount Ma-
yaunu " , '
It is supposed that the tipper por
tion of this great "'oU'nrio- wits de
stroyed in some tremendous cntu-
elysm, and .that it, wns-probnhjy
gulfed, leaving tho great hole which
was afterwards filled by tint lake.
On thiq supposition, tho depressuM!
occupicjOiy-ibo nkef.u-oper1y saiN
ing, is, not a 'crater, .but a enjderu or
Sluco'the. formation of tbi ; eo-;
ucru, secrai smaller oraiers nave
opened within it, and h'jve jBJeotoil
lava and built up 'volcanic cones, one
f 'wbjcluiiw risen, 800vfeyt nbave
Dispute Jnmg $ceqUtttM
This tjteory of the origin of Crater
Lake wtis nilo'Hllosediby ftojne of tbe
rnembevtf of the jctoftTruphjcai party,
who argued (hat he jop of the tamfn
tain might-have- been blown off,- in-'
stead of bcipg engulfed, and severul
even ccpresried their belief Jhafthoro
has nvyer.been, any higher part of
the moiintainhnt that the lake oi'cti;
pies what was pnee the reahemtpr of
Jbe.oJc'ano,. t ' '
One 'of the argnwents for tho for
mer existence of a crcat mojitaip is
,the eyidpnee of glacial action ibiyut,
the rim and mi the outer slopes, 'uud
it is generally supposed tluU these
glacierg could duly liiiv;e coui(p frou
a high moufitnlii.i. Jliii Prof, Mi"!;
on tho rooks of ftnffleient iii)Mirti!nets
to mark tho former exigence of any
great bodies of ice, nnd, mdreover,
that the striae which won1 tri Ko nt'cn
pointed toward the inside 'of 'thW ritu
as well as toward the outside, indi
eating that the ice miv'iuent was in
both ilircctipns. ThiH cniul be A'
plained by supposing hi (jt. pres
ent depression wan. otp'o filled with
ice, which rose higher than the rim
aud on subsiding flowed down both
This view wns sidjNtatiliafotl by
Prof. Carl Uhlig of Tubingep, who
has elunpctl Mount kilimntijaro, the
grout African volcano, which is onp-n-T
with snow and ice, and vhere he
found glacintion on lolh the interior
nut) exterior of tho crater. lie did
Hoc think that there had iiver beea u
mottntuin rising nbuve Crater Lake,
and miw no reason why the pit
should not hnvu heu nil notlvc crater
like tboe of several existing vol
ciyiocs, sticlt'ns.oH tho island of Hn
wuii, f;r instance.
VlewH Dlaasrically OhmH
Prof. Kugi'tto'de Chohinky, of.Ko
locsvar, llnnijarynlio nrmtwl ngniust
HhrffhyimtlietH of nn uucrent Mount
.Mazatna, lis liO'hatl , seen no large
montfuj's such its w;ouIil yrtvo Jho ix
istence of such great 'glttcicrs, hut
only suial( and uidmMrttint ones. l)r.
Fritz Nussbaum, of Pent, took the
opposito viow, and wum very etnphut
icillly of tho opinion Unit the trough
valleys on the southeastern side of
the lake' were caused by ice streams
descending from a -mountain much
higher than the present one.
Professor Davis, thu director of
the excursion, iminted oiivthnt-lhe
glacial, uvtdenco ulotio vas not suf
ficicnt to establish tho c.tistenee of
Mount Muzumn, but lie Hiiggestuil
tlutt there might hnvu been u high
mountain wbfelt wns unsyinmetrical,
so that tho glacintion would be dif
ferent on its various slopes, and so
would ciiu.se tho deep troughs on tho
southeast a lid only leave weak indi
cations on the western side of the
Prof. Erich von Drygalskl, of Mu
nich, expressed his belief that a. great
mountain once occupied tho site of
Urnter, aVv, and Prof. J. Vi Nier
10, of Utreclil, was of, tljo same
opinion, nnd believed that the lake
occupied, u culdcr'a and not an old
ero(en' He snid that there was a
ealderu in Java eleven miles in di
ametor, nnd cited some modern in
staifoes of the deijlructiou of the. up
pcrpnrK of voIcohqch, such as Uiiu
tfaiHiin, in Japan nnd Krakatoa.
Prof. Eiigon Oberbummer, of Vien
na; "drfiw attention to Kuiitoriii, n vol
cuno m the Aygean- Sen, wlioro dis
turbnncgfl Jmvp oxjeurred witlitu his
torlo 'times. The top of this volcano
has becri destroyed, ltming a cnldera
whjchyia filled by pie sea,, nnd in
which severnl RJnuller volcanoes,
auuhjgoiiH 'to , Wizard Island, hiwo
subsetpieiitly arisen j and formed
tylnjids. Ha sail), however, ( jhut,
taken as iv whole, Crnte$ flnke vas
unique in the United ritates if .nt in
tbo world. . , ,3'
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nm siwutp cyjiRD
Medford people who have stomach
and bowel trouble should guard
ftsjalMjt, appendicitis by taking slm-yle-.ucktlnjrn
bark, glycerine, etc,
as, compounded in Adlorrl-ka, the
.German "appendicitis remedy. A
SINGLE DOSB relieves sour Stonl
uti, gas on the stomach,' and eouat-
... ftitnmit tint ir i. .. ..
pHiuiti iis9,Askux ueeanse mis
A QvaWt Big 'Silver Tip"
Boar fully moui'tod7-H vug
vtlmt toil could not hu for
una tUv $a(xim
4 1 I '
Ono Mongolian Spotted Leo
nard fully mounted n
nigh priced Hug, cheap at
2 other exponsivo Oriental
Rugs Leopard slciim with
hlnok bear horder, rare spe
One South American Black
Eagle luouutod valuutt nt
Tho Hug collection- and the
"Best" little $:i800.00 Bun
galow Home in the city goes
for tho modest huiu of $Utt75.
Tho house wo just complutod
and built for a 'Home"
now ana-clean, carries $2)00
insuranvo which is not near
This artistic bungalow is
28x55 feet on a largo lot 50x
140 feet, located on Jloso av
enue, a paved street, close
hi. where oyorbody owns
their- own homes and niauy
now ones under construction
well built and finely fin
ished, double constructed,
which is a rare thing in this
Small fuel bills, porch clear
across tho front with largo
cut stouo porch piers, large
living room 12x28 feet with
fire place of while glazed
brick, maple floors highly
polishod, nice grills, china
closets and, built-in cabinots
and bills in the kitchen, solid
brass electric lixturcs ami
solid brass hardwaro to
match laundry trays with
hot and cold water, largo
sleeping porch, two-toned
window shades, beautiful
tinted walltf, nice lawn this
is one of the plans boiug used
So much at Long Beach, Oal-
ifornia. If there are any
houses of this quality and lo
cation in tho city for salo
you will f hid thorn listed
With this homo vo throw in
for gopd measure $(500.00
worth of Oriental Rugs all
for $2375.00 liecHiiso wo are!
moving east in October. Got
ousy and own a -jKoal Home'.
If there is ''one" thinir voti
should try to buy "Good' it
is a "Home." 'A cheap
"Shack" of a house in a
"Bum" location which you
expect to call your "Home"
win always no an oyesoro to
yourself and family build
ing material has increased in
price about 20 in tho last il
months, and you would buvo
to hustle tq build this house
"alone" oven if you own
I'lFI11"!," Jj1.1!, '.'! I 'W' wmmmmm
f f MSfti'l ' ' SBMI
'l-IWOli ANI MJVjH)
It t Itulio (VMtcJty ', '
TIIM ItANOICH'H HKWAHII
Au oxeltlag weKteru drama
FANTA80A, TIIK llHir
A romattcu of Honiltuy
SI 1 IP II ! IMSWWSfSMi
A comedy portraying JoimUutioy
with a KCoUch. It doua seem same
tltiies nn If liuiiny la novur io. funny
att when hi) cries. Ml Pinch alto
uultm to luako this n dellgUKut cuui-edy.
Matlns Saturday and Hnnday a p,,
MatlRM prlesa Co an 19o
XtmNr Prforc' V t. m,
AslailMton vsolnis 194 aatf Ito
I'tidrr Direction I'roplo'N AmHMHirnt
Co. Stiprrmo In l'lrtunt PniductloHS
Anothnr of tho Famous lllioit '!101"
TIK liANmrS (IKATITUOK
A Rcnuluo thriller
TIIK UUI.IiV AND TIIK Hllltl.MP
Couvluclug tnlo of every day life.
THOltNS OP HVCCIvSS .
A powerful drama with thrltltus
A lMVIItKI) IIOUMK
Full ot fun
Al Satlicr In New Sobs; )Jlt
P0UKK8T AM) WOOLWOHTH
Piano They art) unoxcolludnruius
ADMISSION flc AUV lOo
your own lot for tho price we
arc offering- it today. "Ve
will build no more in "Med
ford" so if you want a house
thai will last a lifetime, wo
invite your most careful ex
amination of this property.
$1100 cash will handle th'is
deal. Juqt tho prico of a
small auto." Which will
incrcaso tho most in value,
tno Auto or the Homer'
H. E. GATES Owner
' SS'Kom Ay.'
COMINO-"Tho Salmon Iudusry
of Astoria, Or., October -l and C
Toddy UooHOvelt VUUIng Port
land, flhowlug att (bo lu'torestluK
events while hu wns there, October 7
T(X) MUCH V(KINq pp"pANI
TIIK OLD WKDDINU DRRSH .
A beautiful dramatic study that
strikes dmtp nnd true, Ho'loiont
with Krlpllig heart littorent. " 1
TU 13 31ISSINU VINUUK
11 , "' JL- .J J 11 HIP1"
Clark & WrJgM
WASMINOTOK, D. C.
" rubllo LiBdt MaUarit final Fraof.
DMfrt Ladij Coatwt aad MIsIhi
'"' H . . . ' ' .. ... .i ' ..
Jcffeisoii stated that in his walks 8,nln,e 'WW Antwepticies tuo ui
about the rim of tho lake, ho bnd K,Vfl orBR,,B w arHWS " lua un
not foUxid glacial uimt or swatokw, wWl- h "tnn, druggUtv
0U vs hb fr alt ktnds of KxoreM
work .qulok dallrery, r jeelalty,
' PAUL k LAWRUrOX
riioui. Pacific 33&1 ,- Kuil at Maibl
Tlio story of n country b.oy'anu'ft
stranded troupe. '' -
WK WlfJi MAIL TOW 91 .'
for aeh'set of old raise Teats' sot
us, Highest prices paid for 9M dole1,
Silver, old Watches, stroke Jewelry
and preelotii Stones. '
' Money Sent by Returs IfaH.'
liHa. Stnelrtng A KefltOsHI CfesMMJ
Kitabllshed 20' Year '
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To Dentist '
We will' buy your Oe14 Fillawi,
Qold Sorap, and Fltl,H; jKIt
- . i ime stsBu.-.i j
00 aeree, six Bailee from Wetfef.
good gradsd road eroHeg'UeUrnet,
all free eoll at fBO per asre."' 1H
will iaadle, easy -tersse klaee.
.Part te ereek bette lsad, eatable
iur auaiia. Bererai ynafeetae
elaee, Timber eseWgk to ey Hr tit
tract. No bulldlagi. K' (be rMftft
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