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THE WASHINGTON HEEALD, ' SATUEDAY, MAECH 25, 1911.
MILK PLANTS BEGIN
CONTEST APRIL 1
aBE MAItTUT SATS:
The
Market
The
Market
THE TALK OF THE TOWN!
'
of iw of
George 31. Oyster to Oppose
Straus Laboratory.
The great crowds that have thronged our stores during the
first few days of our
q
-2pi$
Economies -- Cleanliness
Saturday Specials
PURE LARD WHITE CARNATION BRAND, the purest
and best lard made. Old-fashioned ooen kettle ren- 1 i I
:
dcred, SATURDAY ONLY, lb
None better at any price.
Small Hams the Honey
Kind mild, sugar-cured ; each
ham 8 to 10 lbs., lb 16c
Half Hams, about 4 to 6 lbs. ;
extra choice in flavor, lb .15c
Smoked Picnic Shoulders,
each 4 to 6 lbs. ; extra choice
in flavor, lb lie
Fresh Shoulders, small,
lb lie
2C
Corned Shoulders, small,
lb lie
Breakfast Bacon, in whole
piece, lb 18c
Pork Loin Roast, lb 14c
Pork Loin Chops, lb 14c
Lean Butt Roast, lb 12c
Lean Butt Chops, lb 12c
Butter and Eggs at Cost
Jersey Bell E'in Creamery Butter, made at the celc- OT
brated Meridale Farms, one-pound cartons eJK
Extra Fancy Elcin Creamery Butter, Favorite
Brands, lb. cartens
Egs-, strictly fresh, near-by gathered, large and Q.-
hea v, doz XJr
CHEESE
Full Cream Cheese, lb 17c
Sharp Cheese, very fanc , lb 14c
29c
DUTCH MARKET, Inc.,
930 La. Ave.
31st and M 9. W.
1111
8th and E S. E.
7th and Que N. W.
N. E.
H
COLUMBIA
Double-Disc Records
FOR
APRIL
OUT TO-DAY
ASK FOR COMPLETE LIST
At Your Dealer's, or
Columbia
Phonograph Co.
1212 F Street N. W.
A
COMMITTEE ACTION HELD "UP
Chamber of Commerce Atralts Re
sult of Investigation by Surgeon
General Wyroan as to Relative
Merits of Proposition to Sapplr
Product to Poor Babies of Capital.
Through the failure of the committee
of the Chamber of Commerce to accept
George M. Ojster's modified milk plan
and the resolution to learn from Surg.
Gen Wyman whether the proposed in
cstigatlon of the relative values of raw
and modified milk can be best carried out
through the Straus laboratory or if the
dairies will do as well, April will mark
the beginning of a race between tho two
plants, the Straus laboratory and the
Ojster institution.
At a meeting esterday afternoon of
the committee which is to report the out
come of tho offer no action was taken,
except to appoint a subcommittee to ask
for a written or printed statement from
Mr Oyster, to ascertain what he will
charge for milk. In a verbal statement
Mr Oyster offered to furnish some of
the milk free and the rest at reduced
rates
Thoronch Inquiry Planned.
Should Surg Gen W.mans reply fa
or the Straus laboratory the plant will
be operated until the In estimation i
concluded The offer of Mr. Ojster will
bo thoroughly Investigated before any re
port is made to the Chamber of Com
merce, ard if. in the oplrlon of the com
mittee, Mr Outer's plan is not equal to
the Straus laboratorj, a declination will
follow, and in that event tho work of
raising funds for the continuance of the
Straus plant will be resumed
As matters stand now. rualrr between
the Straus plant and the proposed Ojster
stations seems imminent, as Mr Ovster
claims he will start his work about April
1 and tho Chamber committee docs not
meet until about April 7
A long memory an' a long tongue
cr ole cronies.
Constable Plum wuz outn' th'
poor farm t'day t' see a feller that
studied bookkeepin' th' same time
he did.
BASTON'S MOTHER
ENTITLED TO CHILD
"Wife Slayer Gives Consent
to Her Appointment.
CAPT. ROSS WILL
ASK RETIREMENT
Jurtice Anderson yesterda dismissed
the petition for a writ of habeas corpus
and discharged the writ obtained by
Marj Strigneilz In an effort to get
possession of Catherine 15. Baston,
daughter of Charles G Baston, convict
ed of the murder of his wife
Justice Andert-on held that Mrs. Strlg-
neuz nan not snown mat sac was icgai
, ly entitled to tho possession of the child
and tnerotore tne enna was noi Dcing
held In illegal restraint by its grand
mother Mrs Antoinette C Schi.mackcr.
Mrs Schumackcr filed a petition in the
Probate Court rco,ueiting thit she bo
appointed the guardian of the person
and estate of her grandchild, and at the
i-amc time an answer to the petition
was filed bj- Baston consenting to tho
appointment of his mother as the guard
ian of the child.
Veteran Head of the flitter
Service to Give Up Duties.
Capt Worth O. Ross, commandint of
the United States Revenue-cutter Ser
vice, has asked permission to appear bc
I fore a retirement board on May 1 Ho
will relinquish further scrvlco on account
of HI health
On Januarj 27 last Capt. Ross suffered
a srvore stroke of paraljsls, and has
j since been confined constantly at his
home His friends were pleased to note
j encouraging signs of complcto recovery
i several davs ago. Capt. Ross, however,
f considers it Inexpedient to return to his
duties, and accordingly has asked for
I retirement
Tho present commandant entered the
Revenue-cutter Service on January 4, 1S77,
. being the first pupil to graduate from the
serv ico school He has cruised all of the
. Bedford, Mass. He has cruised all of the
, waters of the United States, from Florida
to Alaska- He was commander of the
rovrnue-cuttcr Mohawk in New York
Harbor for three jcars, and when ap
pointed to the office of commandant was
in command of the cutter Onandaga. He
has been complimented many times bj
successive Secretaries of the Treasury for
his efficient management of tho service
There are several aspirants for the po
sition to be vacated by Capt Ross, among
them being Capt. G C. Carmine, com
mander of tho derelict destrojer Seneca,
Capt E P Bcrtholf, commander of the
Momll. Capt W V. E Jacobs, com
mander at the Revenue-cutter School of
Instruction, at New London, and Capt.
P H Ubcrroth, commander of the
Grcsham.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
CONGRESS NOT ENTHUSED
ON ARBITRATION TREATY
United States Not Likely to Follow Lead of England
and France in Indorsing Proposition.
Conjecture aroso v esterdny as to whe
Ocr tho Congress of the United States
would follow tho signifi ant lead of the
1 nglih Houe of Commons and the gov
i rnmont of i ran e in exj.re-ing appro
v il of the move of President Taft to
effect arbitration treaties between those
two countries and the 1 nlted States.
Judging from tho expressions of one
1 nited States onato, who has often
I ccn identified prominentlj with treaty
irattcrs, the legislative branch of this
government will hardly take the pro
posals so seriously as is being done
abroad, although the Senate nnj accede
eventually to the plea of President Taft
fcr a ratification of the Instruments ho
p a j succeed in hav ing drawn up and
p it through bv the State Department.
More than one Senator is inclined to the
belief that while an arbitration treaty
between Great Bntain and tho United
States might some daj prevent a war,
treaties, as a rule, are worthless when
it comes to a demonstration in defense
of a country's honor
As near as can be learned. President
Taft has not broached the matter of arbi
tration treaties recently to Senators who
have called upon him fcenator Cullom,
chairman of the Senate Committee on
Foreign Relations, was at the White
House jestcrday on private business
Tho proposed treaties with Great Britain
and France were not taken up during
his interview with the President. Later
in the day the Illinois Sfnator said that
bo supposed the Prcsid-nt would even
tually be able to transmit oei-iain m-hi.
1 tration treaties to the Senate and he
thought that the Senate might consider
mem favorably, j-to thought the main
move in the matter, however, would be
the President's, and that the Senate
would hardly display the enthusiasm of
the legislative bodies abroad on the subject.
36
McCRAY Refrigerators
Wilhoirl Question
The Best Made
McCray
REFRIGERATOR
COMPANY.
611FSt.N.W.
TALKS TO THE TEACHERS.
Prof. Lewis B. Moore, dean of the
Teachers" College, Howard University,
brought out many good points In Im
pressive stylo on the "Moral and Intel
lectual qualifications of a teacher" at the
regular monthly meeting of the Home
and School Association last night In the
assembly hall of the Sumner school
building. Seventeenth and M streets
northwest. There was a largo crowd
present, and a well-arranged mtutral
programme added much to the enjoyment
of the meet.
Mr. Mooro said the teacher must ctlmn.
late enthusiasm la the children for the
love of knowledge, and should bo a moral
example In and out of school.
The feature of the musical programme
was a selection, the sextet from "Lucia,"
given by Miss Celestlno Scott with her
left hand. Other numbers were given
by I. O, "Westmoreland, .Miss Oslo Brown
and Miss Ruth Weather-less.
. C. S. Dept. ArricuUnrr. Weather Boron.
Wtshinitcn. Fndxj. March 24. 1311 p. m.
The marked U!i barometric area oier tie Upper
I Lakes Thursday oiKht was centerrd okt the lower
Lake itsoo Kndiy nicht, u a remit the weather
continued fair from tho Plains States eastward.
wiui uje exception n lorai snowers oter (.cnuaJ
Florida and the West Lull coast.
Local Temperature.
Midnight. 23 2 a. m , 3. t a. m 26, 6 a. el. It
8 a. m., 25; 10 a. m.. ZT, 12 norm. JO, 2 p. hl, J4,
4 p. m.. J. 6 p. c. za, a p. el. J5; 10 p. el. U.
Maximum, otf, minimum, zi.
Retains humidity 8 a. m., fiS; 2 n, el, 25. 8 n.
m.. 29 Hour of snnshine. 111 Per cent of pos-
giotft wrrvntge, juo.
Temperature same data last rear Haziness, 2;
Temperntnrei In Other Cities.
Temperatnro In other atiea, toecther with the
amount of ramXall for the twentj-focr hoars ended
at 8 p. m. yesterday, are aa foUowi:
Ram'
Max. Mm. 8 p. m. fall.
Anbenue. n. u... m
Atlanta. Ga- . 60
AtlanUe City, N. J.. X
Bismarck. . Dai ... 58
Boftton. Mass. -.. X
Baffalo. .S. X X
Chicago. 111..
Cincinnati. Ohio .. 4o
fTiejenne. Wjo ....... Si
Davenport. lowa.... S2
Denier. Colo. .. 62
Des Moines. Ion. 59
(alnston, Tex....... 62
Helena. Mont 52
Indianapolis. Ind......... 46
Jacksonville. FIa.... 62
Kansas City, Mo .... 60
Utile Rock. Ark 60
Los Asceles. Cal 70
Marquette. Mich . S
Memphis. Trait.......... 60
New Orleans. La...-. ... 66
New York. K. Y 32
North Platte, Nebr. 66
Omaha. Nebr.. ...... -..... M
PittAouTS. Pa. M
Portland. Me. 21
Portland. Ores. S3
Salt lake City. Utah 50
St. Louis. Mo 52
fit. Pan). Minn......... 58
San Francisco. Cal .. 86
SprmsflcM. Tfl .... 52
Tacoma, Wash. .... 48
Tampa, Fla 70
TWedo. Ohio - M 23 28
icksbms. Miss. 68 44 62
Tide Table.
To-day Huh tide. 257 a. m. and 432 p. m.: tow
tide. 102 a. m, and 1134 p. m.
To-morrow Hith tide. 4.20 a. m. txtd 5:97 p, m,;
low tide. 1128 a. m. and 1153 p. m.
SENATE CLERK DIES
SUDDENLY IN HOTEL
George rearron". as"itant clerk to
the Senate Committee on griculture.
was found deid in his bod at the Na
tioml Hcitcl jesterdj notm
Mr Pearsons, who was a brother of
Mr- Dolliver. widow of Senator Dolliver.
of Iowa, had been living at the National
since the death of his brother-in-law,
prior to which he resided at the Dolliver
home in Massachusetts avenue. Mr
Pearsons was. flftv-two cars old. Coro
ner N'evltt stated tl at death was due to
acute gastritis.
About 10 o clock Thursday night, Mr.
Pearsons summoned a bellboy and or
dered a light lunch. He was not seen
alive after the bellboy left the room.
Yestcrddv morning a housemaid, on en
tering his room, found him dcid. Mrs.
Dolliver, who is in Fort Dodge, Iuna.
has been notified
has been the wonder of every one. We told you yesterday to
watch for this ad, and you won't be disappointed. Time is
short Price is no object
READ THESE CLEAN-UP PRICES
For Men.
Men's Suits
72 Stilt; nll
ttooIi dome of
til em o(l aa high
a $22; for to
day's Helling only.
$1
Men's Suits
A lot of fine
OTorwteda and ca
Nlmerra In all
shades, Including: H
to S2S
$7.90
Some broken
slxe In Imported
materials all
hand- tailored;
worth $30
Men'sO'coatsi
1
ot many left;
a bargain If rre
can fit yont -worth
up to $33
.95
Men's Pants 04 70
"a
A fnll assort
ment of sizes In
neat stripes; all
wool; worth S3...
SOME EXTRA
SPECIALS
FOR TO-DAY
100 Slip-on Rain Coats
50 inches long; pure Qf Qfj
rubber; plaid back.
Worth $10.00 V
Men's Worsted Pants
Plain Black and Fan-t-f 29
. 1A7 11 .: fcv
wy iuv dix aiC3
worth $3.50
1
Men's Suits C A QC MEN'S HATS $1.10 Women's All-wool Serge Suits
Komr hrobei. 9C "' ' I or J.?nrt " Un-to-the - mln- 4l AA
Soft and stiff shapes.
allshades.worthS2.50 4 S3
MEN'S SHIRTS
Worth 50c
29c
MEN'S HOSE
Black Worth 15c
MEN'S SHIRTS
Worth 75c and $1.00..
43c
Men's Neckwear
Worth 50c and 35c . .
19c
For Women,
Women'sSuitsftp Qfi
45 suits In this
lot. In medium and
heavy weichrs;
worth up to $30. .
Women's Spring
Suits $A 85
A sample lot of
advanced styles;
worth $18
Cp-to-the - min
ute styles; jruar
anteed silk Hnlnr;;
worth up to $30.
Women's Silk Coats
14 In this lot;
fine srrnde of black
taffeta; worth $23
$'
Men's Suspenders
Worth 50c
19c
Women'sWool Skirts
AVe hnve Just 20
left; fine jrradr of
material; worth
$10
$'
THE SURPRISE
421-423 7th St. N. W.
Formerly The Famous.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
J. Jertxae LdzhtfooL, ZZ. and May D BaacrotU
35. Rer. U C. R. Plow
Riehard C TUtmao. 7. and Carrljn Ii Jcnea.
ZL Rer Allml nanliss
Arthur VVashtnrn. 2E. aad Sinh A. BoascbeUe.
ZL Iter (i. J S Hunmcutt.
ITiUip Mecick. M. aod tMuxh Wolf. 2t Rer.
r, SUvtrstone.
DirtTUi REPORTED.
WHJTC.
William and Rartmra J. Rarkea. rr Ntj.
Hecrr VV and Eihel XI. Bradstaw. txjy.
Harry and Dora Ehrlich. tarr.
J ttrdenck and Isahel J. WarfleU. cut
Arthur M. and Eluahoth White, gui.
WnUaa Brtirird and Be&MS Linkms, fiA.
I-"rank T and Helena Lwia. prl
Morns and EUiel Miller, boy.
Joseph and Bessie Neczzun. srtA.
GeoTEB U and Ullitn M. OUrrr. tri.
COLORED.
CHxrrcor C. U. and Era J. rcrrr. bv.
Norrl M. and Ida M. Shephaid. tor.
Alotzso B. and Maiy WasMngtm. jtrl.
DEATH RECORD.
U
X 0.01
M
030
0.3
Orfy One uBROMO QUMMC," tkat It
Laxative Bromo Oanuna
Cores CoMia One Dy, Crai2Itysi
6JZ&
asc
WHITE.
Centra Kms. ST yta. D. S. Eoldira Homo.
Oricmboj ThaTT. 79. 1E3 Uth st, mr.
Mary A. FeUnd. T 2517 Q st. n.
Cathais0 B. HlEcr. 70, 1E3 P st. so.
Annie Qnldey. CB. 2117 G st. cr.
James J. Bran. 65. Gort, Hospital for tho Insane.
Michael I Rjxn. 61. 131 Irrine st, BraoUaod
Montrey Taylor Herbert. 63. 1121 6th at. sw.
Kannia M. Kiater. S3. C3 Cth st. se.
Georrs A. rearsons, SC atlooal Hotel.
lYank EL Wood. 41. 13H I St. se.
John J. O'Keelc. 37. Z Quincj pises s.
Sol Coben. 21. 1106 Colombia road.
Elizabeth Gordon. 3. Prondencs Hospital.
Karl heirton Lohr, Z3. 603 CbJumbla read.
Raymond W. Dnke. 3). 73 G Irani st, w.
Huabeth Frost. SJ4. ChDdren'a HosrUal.
Chihcnna Jeanette Gryer. Wi znoa,, GarSeM Hospt.
OOLOKKU.
iAdnda Gamed. 43 year. 211 G Et. tM.
Julia Barrett. 3i Frcedmm,s Hospital.
Theater Tickets as Prises.
Fifteen prizes -will be siven for correct
answers to tne ueograpmcai nnae in
Sunday"s edition of Tho Washington
Herald. Each prize will consist of two
reserved seat UCKets tor tinascs. naea
thn numVr of rnrrect answers exceeds
the number of prizes offered, tho prizes
win be awarded, tx tne neaiesi ana cess
appearing answers.
A FREE TRIP
TO THE EVERGLADES OF FLORIDA
Lecture Showing ISO Colored Slides To-night (SATURDAY) FREE
Have you heard of the famous Florida Everglades?
No spot of frround In the United States is attracting such attention
and arousinjr such Interest.
From Atlantic to Pacific, Alaska to Mexico, people are looking' to
this New Eldorado
li.OOO farms sold in eighteen months. About 1.500 buyers in Wash
ington. D C
Only REAU I'NTARALLEL.ED values could produco such sales.
These values are certainly there, regardless of what anybody has
told jou. And we want you to do what thousands of others have done.
Go See for Yourself
This Is a case in which SEEING IS BELIEVING. On the last trip
only, 1C5 prospective buyers went to see. Every single one of them
BOUGHT.
Now. we want you to SEE and be CONVINCED Wo propose to give
you a FREE TRIP, on one condition, that if. on PERSONAL INSPECTION,
you find the land all right and the proposition as represented, you buy.
What fairer proposition could you ask than that?
Tou want to know more about it? Well, the EXCURSION goes on
APRIL 4th. Tho other details we will give you here.
Come to our Stereopticon Lecture. 150 Beautifully Colored Lantern
Slides: Very Interesting: FREE To-night (Saturday) at S o'clock.
SEE THIS COUNTRY FIRST through Pictures, and arrange to see it
with your OWN ETES.
1 Palm Beach Farms Co.
809 G Street N.W.
'Phone Main 4260 Washington. D. C.
ZS&k
SUBURBAN
DELIVERY
of
Christian Xander's
WIRES AND DISTILLATES
DAILY.
AAA 9VW 04- Tbooe M. zTC
9U0 M I" Kot
TRY THE NATIONAL
DINNER OR LUNCH
EIGHTH AAD G STS. It. -W.
Quality and Service Unexcelled.
OPEN SUIfDAXS.
Cssftal aad IToflU Orer R400.00O.
Nearly
30,000
Open Accounts
on the books of our bank
ing depL Do you appreciate
the significance of this fact?
Does it not prove conclusively
that IT PAYS to bank here?
CTHemember, we pay he same
rate of Interest on both larjre aad
small accounts.
National Savings
and Trust Company,
.' Cor. 1 5th and N. Y. Ave.
rOETT-FIBTH TtAB.
t , ."M"M' l"t"M"fr'M"l 'I' I' '!
.A.
i WANTED
i Piano Salesman
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TUB BOARD OF PHARMACY OP THK Dis
trict of Columbia will hold its rrsolar qnarterlr
examination APRIL 13 and II. 1311, Applications
meat be filed with the aerretarr on or before April
1 1311. S. U IULTOV. Secretary.
SOMETIME
'Phone 2366
Tou will be tn a.
hurry for an order
of printing then,
"phone ns.
335Pa.Ave.S.E.
Insist on MILLER'S
Self.
Robing
BUCKWHEAT
If yon want the brand on which yon can always
depend for best rerolti Velds wholesome aad
deliaous griddle cakes guaranteed strictly pore.
C7At your grocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 11th and Hsta.se.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NAT
ural. nonsurgical; 400-p. book free. Apply
by mall. SIS Colorado Bids. Free lecturs
for women Wednesdays at IJ0 p. to.
I-tf
"I NBVEB DISAPPOIXT.-
My Personal T-pewriter Letters
go DIRECT to your customer and
produce DIRECT results.
BYRON S. ADAMS. KE
Hartshorn's Shade Co.
Ezdnslte Manufacturers ci Window Shades.
VIA MTH ST. NW. 'Pbon Mala SB.
Capable of selllns Pianos and
Player Pianos for tho Wash-
infrton trade.
Must furnish the highest rec
ommendation. BIr Inducements.
. All correspondence strictly
Confidential.
T. P. GULLEY & SON,
Agents for Kimball Pianos.
FD3TEEAI DIBECT0BS.
JOSEPH CAWLER'S SOSS.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR8.
EiUbUahed 1SSCL
in-2 Peniajliaula arenca northwest.
ipeL Telepboss Mam MM,
W. E. FHMEHEET & SOU,
rONERAL DIBECTORa AND gmtimrti
1X9 Foateenth St. nw.
Chapel. Thons North ML
J. "WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Fmnslmer. Lltrry in connection. CacmocHoaJ
Chapel and Modern Crcmstetiam. Modest prion.
S3 rrnnsjlranla arc. cr. Tclepbons Main 1SB.
GE0EGE P.. ZITKH0EST,
ei-sirt Ossltl Street.
DIED.
APPLEBT On Thursdiy. March 23 1311.
at the residence of Mrs. T. Ritchie
Stone. 1717 Connecticut avenue. I.II.
1,IAN STONE, only child of George
V, jr., and Lillian Stone Appleby,
aged one year and rwo months.
KREITER On Wednesday. March 2.
1311. FANNIE MARGARET, beloved
Rife of James Monroe Kreiter and
mother of Robert E. P. and Jame3
Monroe Kreiter. Jr. in her fift
fourth year.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services at Con
gressional Cemeterv Chapel on Satur
day. March 25. at 2:33 p m. Residenco
of deceased. O Twelfth street south
cast. LEO On Monday. March 20. ISM. at St.
Joseph's Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa
Sister MARY CECILIA IO. for
merly of Washington. D. C.
LINCOLN
MIUTADY ORDER OP THE LOTAL LEGIOV
OP THE lMTED STATEa
Commandery cf the District of Column's.
City of Washington. March S. OIL
The death of CHARLES I'ESEZ LIXCOLV.
Captain. C. S. Tolnntecn-ex Member of Tho Oonn-
cO at El Reno. Oklahoma. Zst ln-tnt. is aa-
notmced to the ComsandeT.
By command of
near-Admiral GLOME C UEMET. U. 3. Nary.
Ccmmander.
JOHN TWEEDALE.
Recorder.
McCREART Suddenly, on Friday. March
24. 1311. at 1:13 o'clock. ALBERTUS, be
loed husband of Emma Miller Mc
Creary. Funeral services at Lee's chapel. 333
Pennsvlvania a.enue. Sunday. March
26. at 3 p. m. Friends invited.
PHILLTPHS On Friday. March St, 1311.
at S.3 a. m at his residence. 630 E
street southeast, LLEWELLYN M..
beloved husband of Virginia F. Phll
llpbs, in the thirty-third year of his
ase.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KOODHOUSE On Wednesday. March T2.
1311. at her home In Wllmette, 111.,
INEZ CARUSI. wife of Benjamin
Roodhouse and only daughter of
Thornton Carusi.
SPRANKLE On Thursday, March 23,
1311, at Wichita. Kans.. DAVID M.,
son of the lato Solomon and Sarah J.
Sprankle.
FU27EBAL DESIGITS.
FITNEEAI FLOWERS,
OX Every Description Modtratetr Pttad,
QDE.
rsseral Designs. Fttsen! Dsssgaa,
GEO. C. SHAFFER,
Batatlfol floral destcs wry 'isssnriMs h
laua. MBlst a-fsi
., ttji &M4!& iaS!feSJs

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