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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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WITH GEN. ORTEGA
IN MEXICO
Rebel commander who, with 5,000
men, besieged Ojinaga for six days
taking a look at the federal position
from his trenches. Arrow points to
Staffj Photographer Durborough of
this newspaper. s-
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"What's the trouble, John?" "Why,
sir, here's a note from Mr. Mahlstick,
in which he tells me that he is off on
a little trip, and he wants me to send
his drawing materials along." "Well,
and isn't that plain enough?" "Hard
ly, sir. I don't thinkr sir, that you
know Mr. Mahlstick. I don't know
whether to send his paints and
brushes or only a corkscrew."-
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In the last year Iowa produced 96,
953,183 pounds of butter, which was
sold for $28,285,240.

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