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OANF1ELD OHIO
TELEPHONE NO 48
Entcrod at Cannotil Ohio rostofllco ixb
second clas4 mattor
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Ono Tear 100
Six Months d0
Threo Months 25
Single Copy 03
SPECIAL NOTICE
Obituary Nolltes llcsolutlons of Re
spect Cards of Thanks and notices of
church and charitable entertainments and
the like where an admission fee Is charg
ed will bo charged for at the rato of
one half cent a word Theso must bo
paid for in advance or charged to re
sponsible parties ordering the same
F1UDAY OCTOBER 11 1912
The November election Is loss than
a month away and still there la little
political excitement In this neck of
tho woods
November election less than a
month away and candidates for coun
ty otiices are hustling around at a
lively rate
The lively interest Congiessman
John J Whttacie manifested In se
curing tho new pension law Is caus
ing the old guard to rally to his
Bupport
Undei tho ruling of Secretary of
State Graves no candidate can hae
Ills name on more than one ticket
at the coming election This decis
ion will pievent placing the names
of regular republican candidates on
Bull Moose tickets
Accordlug to the Investigation now
being made in Washington barrels
of money were put In circulation in
Ohioduring the presidential primaries
last spiing The Taft brothers gave
o09000 receiving half of it back
and Dan Hanua paid 177000 to help
Roosevelt
The Corean government wants to
adqpt the same kind of a school sys
tem used In Ohio Upon request of
Y Schmldzu acting Japanese consul
at Chicago State School Commission
er Miller has forwarded to him two
copies of the Ohio school laws for
transmission to the Corean govern
ment - - -
t
Dr Geoige B Nye of Waverly rep
resentative from Pike county on Wed
nesday pleaded guilty to legislative
bribery in the Franklin county courts
at Columbus In his confession he
gave the names of men higher up
Dr Nves legislative graft revenue
amounted to as high as 10000 a
year According to attorneys for the
state the confession of Dr Nye ab
solutely corroborates the testimony of
Smiley Bailey and Barry the Burns
detectives whose work with the dic
tograph secured the evidence which
scandalized the state a ear ago last
May and resulted In the conviction of
Senators Isaac E Huffman and L R
Andrews and Sergeant-at-Arms Rod
ney J Dlegle now serving a three
year term in the penitentiary the
confession of Representative Owen
J Evans and the indictments of nine
others not yet tried
AUSTINTOWN
Oct 0 -Mrs A J Wetzel of Kent
Is neie visiting old friends
G C Wilcox is home fiom Buffalo
N Y islting his mothei and old
friends
A J Randall has had a fine acetj
lene lighting plant placed In the les
ideice recently purchased of A J
lUtgins
S May expects to move to West
Austintown this week
The Bull Moote meeting did not
materialise Monday night and the
speakers went to Noith Jackson seek
ing an audience
oreed Brothois aie busy threshing
and tilling silos for farmers in this
locality
Catheilne Oimsby who has been
lUlte sick with tevei ifa recovering
Henry Wick has purchased the old
Kimberly farm east of the village and
will make uian changes and Im
provements
Mrs F B Smith was here from
Smith s Corners on Wednesday
Many automobile parties were on
the road last Sunday It wont be
long now until it Is too cold for pleas
ure riding
Several democrats from this section
attended the meeting In Youngstown
Monday night
Our base call fans are greatly in
terested in the world series games
now being played between the New
York Gianfs and Boson Red Sox
GETTYSBURG
Oct 9 Mr and Mrs E E Paulln
and don Herbert bpent Sunday n
Calla
Elijah iLeipper moved his family
from Salem to this place
M C Clay Son attended the
Akron fair last week
Joseph Klndig and wife accompan
ied by Mrs Mae Stahl of Greenford
and Jerry Kindle of Mlllvllle spent
Sunday In Akron
L A Coy and family of North Lima
spent Sunday at George Xudntyres
Lee McCare of Salem called on hia
grandparents here Sunday
M B Bush and family spent Sun
day In Salem
One of M C Clays cows broke a
leg Monday night
Isaiah Dustman wife and daughter
of Patmos spent Sunday at W S
Clays
lVe sale of Wetmoie and Hippely
Tuesday was well attenJed
Several from here attended the
Grange fair and oyster supper at
Goshen Saturday night
Warjen Rotzel and Raymond Yeag
er of Clarksville called in the buig
unda
Mr Coo of Canflehl made a busi
ness trip here Monday
Frank Stoepee put up spouting for
C B Getz Tuesday
Overcoats Raincoats or Sllpons
Another new line Just arrived this
week at Wiesneis Give us a chancp
to do business with you We know
youll come again
Kteplng Mica From Pianos
To prevent mice entering planoi
tktre baa been Invented a simple
U4lBf plate to be mounted on a
O that It covers na upeuiu
fWW
YOUNGSTOWN
There Is no doubt but land in this
neck of tho woods Is a good thing to
buy to have and to hold And no
doubt there nre many tiptop land
bargains or snaps between hero and
the Geographical Center Just as there
are between hero nnd Boardmnn Co
lumolana Poland New Bedford Hub
bard Coalburg Giinrd nnd Austin
town
Circuit court convened hero last
Monday with Judges Metcalf and Pol
lock sitting but llttlo was done ow
ing to tho absenee of Judge M A
Norrls who was called away on nc
count of tho Bad word of the death of
his sister Mrs Jane Gillette in To
ledo The funeral wns Monday and
Mr Morris returned Tuesday nnd
took his position on the bench
It now transpires that the death of
Wm B Jones noted elsewhere In tho
Dispatch was lue to a self inflicted
revolver bullet In ono of the ac
counts 111 st given out heie and pub
lished Monday no word of the sui
cide was given but it was in a spec
ial in Tuesdays Cleveland Leader
nnd In Tuesdays Isbue of the Akron
Times and other papers the publica
tions saying it is lkely Mr Jones
who was permitted to go about as he
saw nt from the Cujnhoga sanitarium
bought the revoher in Akron and thnt
no doubt the act had ibecn premedi
tated for some time The body with
one bullet hole In the head wns found
Sunday afternoon between the Erie
and B O tracks in Akron He had
been dead several hours The remains
were brought here Monday evening
and the private funeinl was today
nnd not Wednesday us was at flist
intended
Tne big auditorium wigwam covers
the northern half of the Public Square
and Is the shelter for the headquarters
To It Giant Whltslar has transferred
all lecords fKtuies and so on from
the Stambaugh building and Is on the
Diamond with heads of departments
and manageis all iead for the cam
paign Enthusiastic meetings are be
ing held
In the last meeting it was ordered
that all the fire depaitment horses
34 be sold along with chemical sup
ply and other wagons all the horse
drawn appaiatus to be superseded by
automobile traslt and equipment The
firemen sadly hate to pait with their
faithful old companions Council also
decided to buy the George Carewi
pioperty to extend Saianac avenue
the price being 1975 The matter
of the group plan for city and count
buildingb was referred Directoi
Heasley said It would cost the clt
376000 for Phelps street real estate
alone that to Include the aluable
Trinity M E Church holding at the
corner of Fiont and Phelps He also
said the most the cit expects to get
for its Boardman street property was
1GO000 Mr Wooly opposed the
gioup plan for the reason as he said
it would dela the erection of the
new cty oullding the old one not be
ing held nearly big enough to hold
or house the present city officials or
In a lecent issue of the Cleveland
Pi ess there was a very Interesting
illustrated article with the portraits of
Judge Wm P Barnum and George F
Robinson in which the two gentlemen
were given very high and very well
deserved praise They were compar
ed to Cuydhoga county judges much
to the disadvantage of the latter The
Press sajs of Judge Barnum The
bold and able 5oung Judge of com
mon pleas court in Youngstown and
to Judge Robinson as Judge Bar
nums venerable colleague the artic
le staitlng in with this utterance at
tributed to Judge Barnum No won
der people say To hell with the
courts They aie justified in say
ing It when courts dally and delay
He is also credited with this Cases
should come to trial in three weeks
after suit is filed It is an outrage
to permit a man who has lost a leg
by accident to grub around in the
ashes for his living for two three
or four years waiting for his damage
suit to ramble idly through th
courts If the Judge really said all
this he is hardly longer in the con
servative G O P class but with the
Socialists and veiglng along near the
Emma Goldmans and Herr Mosts
However there is no doubt he hit the
null largely on the head But some
lawjers are as much to blame as the
courts for if the client is good pay
a continuous or hanging fire case is as
good as a chronic invalid for ears in
the hands of his or her physician So
fai as the public is concerned it does
not Know the views of Judge Robin
son and Barnum relative to the de
layed or not intended resignation of
Judge Disney Rogers who Is reported
to be hopelessly ill But there are
court house attaches who do not hes
itate to express themselves saying
the two judges are greatly overwork
ed made drudges and slaves and
that the resignation should be Immed
iately forthcoming That it does not
come Is perhaps largely due to polit
ical reasons or ones merely partisan
It Is a judicial mess that is much
legretted for It certainly reflects no
credit on those principally con
cerned The taxpaers are simply
paying for a dead horse while they
surely have enough to do to pay for
the live ones
James Vallance a Scotchman long
prominent In the work of the local
Odd Fellows lodge died last Sunday
aged C4
Prof Stocker for nine years an in
structor in Rayen school has resigned
on account of poor health
The wigwam on the Diamond which
will be used Iby workeis for tne aud
itorium fund is nearlng completion
Grant Whitslar is in charge of the
campaign and that means that it will
be pushed to a successful end
Five local men have ach given
J5000 to tho new auditorium fund
Roy Barger of Boardman 20 years
old was struck on the head by a
rock hurled by Joseph Kramer out
on Mahoning avenue extension Mon
day evening Kramer disappeared
Col W J Bryan will speak in this
city Tuesday Oct 22
An automobile driven by Wade Si
mon of Boardman was struck by a
street car Wednesday on the Market
street bridge Mr Simon was pass
ing another ilg nnd tho street car
caught his machine before he could
et uround The auto was not badly
damaged
Republicans have announced anoth
r big rally in this city on the night
of Oct 31
Tho abandoned boy baby left on W
J Snyders porch Tuesday night died
Wednesday in the City hospital The
child is said to have died from expos
ure
A Pleasure to Look
At such a fine line and large selection
it Underwear and Swetner Coats as
foul find at Wlesners the latest
tyles thnt are found In any city and
the price by far the lowest
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THE MASONING DISPATCH FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1912
SALEM
Tho residence of Rutherford Green
nmyer oast of tho city was entered
by a thief one day Inst week while
members of the family were out and
stole 405 The thief wns seen leav
ing and a good description of him wns
secured but up to date he has not
been apprehended
Henry iStuller died Inst week of
heart failure following an attack of
pneumonia aged Go ears Ho wns
employed by the Silver Co for 13
jenrs His second wlfo and several
children survive him Funeral ser
vices conducted by Rev G E Kent
were held Sunday afternoon from tho
Dry Street Friends church and bur
ial was In Grandvlew cemetery
S P Goldy died last week Thurs
day of heart failure following n bad
cold at the home of Mrs E K Cessna
on Ellsworth avenue Deceased aS
born In Now York state 8G years ngo
but had long resided in this locality
He Is sinvled by two sons and a
daughter
Chas iMIller who hnd an ankle biok
en some time ngo and wns getting
around on crutches fell the other day
and the ankle was broken for the
second time He was taken to his
room In the Union hotel where he will
be compelled to remain for some time
Some of the merchants at least of
this city are waking up to the fact
thnt it is necessary to get after out
side business and arrangements have
been made foi special sales dajs to
stimulate trade
The new sewage disposal plant is
nearlng completion
Great crowds attended the fair held
last Saturday In Goshen grange hall
nortu of the city There was a fine
exhibit of the products of the faun
nnd a lively interest was manifested
in same In the evening there was a
big ojster supper in the hall Goshen
grange is a sine enough lie one
Mis Mary Alaback has been gi ant
ed a divorce fiom James Alaback on
the grounds of drunkenness and fail
ure to support She Is given custody
of one sort aged 13
Rebekah lodge will obseive Oct io
as childrens day
Goodwill Encampment 1 O O F
held an open meeting Tuesday night
and the occasion was a most pleas
urable one for all participants
Tne commissioners of Columbiana
and Mahoning counties met at Mill
ilfe Frlda and decided that the
joint county ditch must be widened
The expense will be divided between
the two counties
The oung peoples meetings held
in the Methodist church the first three
nights of this week were largely at
tended and full of Interest t
Andy Kerr smacked vMike Folk on
the kisser with his fist and Mayor
McKay assessed him 2 and costs for
the satisfaction It gave him
Job Ritter the oldest man in Han
over township died Friday at New
Garden Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon and burial was made
in Woodsdale cemetery
Old ladies day will Le observed at
the Methodist church next Sunday
morning
Mrs Mary Barnard 58 jeais old
died Sunday of heart trouble and fu
neial services were held fiom the
Salvation Army barracks Wednesday
afternoon Burial was made in Hope
cemetery
Mrs Mary Costello of this city
pleaded guilty at Lisbon to selling
liquor on Sunday and was fined 80
and costs
There is great congestion in the
city schools and it looks as though
additional rooms must ibe secured
Jim Wallace an old offender was
before the Major Tuesday chaiged
with intoxication He was sent to
the disposal plant to work out his
fine
The Daisy Club is making great
plans for the mardi gras celebration
Halloween
Even though prices are high for
most commodities people appear to
be able to raise the pi ice
LOCUST GROVE
Oct 10 Harman Iesher anu wife
of Maple Giove and William Felcht
and family spent Sunday with P D
Calvin and family
Mrs M G Huffman and Mrs Dal
las Charlton spent Monday with Mrs
J W Calvin
Ray Calvin had business in Salem
Saturday
Mrs Ross Sherman left Sundaj for
New York to be gone a tew daj s
Gill Rowe and family spent Sunday
with Henry Calvins
G O Calvin and family and E I
Roller and family spent Sunday with
Benton Calvin in Canfleld
Ray Calvin and Miss Maude Felcht
with their fi lends enjoyed an auto
liue to the park Sunday
H L Smith and family leave Thurs
da for Oil City Pa wheie they will
spend theii vacation
Miss Amanda Calvin of Island spent
Wednesday with Mrs Irene Calvin
Miss Osta Yoder returned to work
at Salem after spending a few days
here with her parents Mr and Mrs
S W Yoder
Preaching Sunday morning and eve
ning
idlss Mable Hendricks and friends
called on friends hero Saturday night
ISLAND
Oct 9 Mr and Mrs Aaron Eberly
of Wayne county are here visiting
relatives
Isaac Brubaker and family visited
at Mart Klines Sunday
Ellas Martin and wife and Samuel
Lehman and wife came here from
Wayne county in their automobile Fri
day
A number of our young folks were
entertained at the home pf Wm Nich
ols Sunday
John Mai tin of Wane county is
here visiting his daughters Mrs John
and Mrs Dan Witmer
Jacob Basslnger is doing repajr
work for Mrs Hannah Metzler
Mrs Susie Lehman is suffering with
sciatic rheumatism
Mrs C Boyer and Mrs Emma Culp
visited at M Klines Tuesday
GREENFORD
Oct 10 Candidates for county of
fices are getting busy John G Coop
er republican nominee for represent
ative was In the village Tuesday
Noah Knopp raised 715 bushels of
marketable potatoes on two and one
third acres of ground Can anyone in
the county beat him
Jo Walter has purchased two car
loads of potatoes of O L Toot which
will be loaded at Greenford station
this week Tho price paid was 5Qp
per buBhel
Lizzie Rhodes is visiting friends in
Salem
Th r Mn Wednesday night has de
lated farm work
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CURMENT VERSE f
Antithetic
3ne dwelt upon a mountain peak ot
thought
And gored upon the everlasting sky
His soul was thronged with aspirations
high
fcnd all the lower world to him was
naught
The other In the vale took up his lot
He never knew tho heights nor
weighed the why
And wherefore of things but the low
liest cry
Df bird or beast moved nnd escaped him
not
One seemed all Intellect and ono all
heart N
Tet they who knew tho dweller on tho
heights
Knew that he sometimes went and Bat
apart
Where his tired eyes could vlow tho
valley lights
While he who dwelt below would some
times start
And stare enraptured through the star
filled nights
Boston Transcript
Vale
t am forever haunted by one dread
That I may suddenly be swept away
Nor have tho leave to sco you and to
say
Qood by then this Is what I would havo
said
I havo loved summer nnd tho longest
day
The lenves of June tho slumberous film
of heat
Tho bees tho swallow and tho waving
wheat
The whistling of tho mowers In tho hay
I havo loved words which lift the soul
with wings
Words thnt are windows to eternal
things
I havo loved souls that to themselves
ore truo
Who can not stoop nnd know not how to
fear
Tet hold tho talisman of pitys tenr
I hnve loved theso because I havo loved
you
Maurice Barlna
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A Pause
They made the chamber sweet with flow
ers and leaves
And tho bed sweet with flowers on
which I lay
While my soul love bound lolterdon
Its way
I did not hear the birds about tho eaves
Nor hear tho reapers talk among tho
sheaves
Only my soul kept watch day by day
My thirsty soul kept watch for one
awny
Perhaps he loves I thought remembers
grieves
At length there came tho step upon tho
stair
Upon the lock tho old familiar hand
Then first my spirit seemed to scent the
air
Of Paradise and then first the tardy
sand
Of time ran golden and I felt my hair
Put on a glory and my soul expand
Christina Rossettl
The Penitent
I will come back and be a child
And put away from me
The daring and the dancing wild
The dreams that troubled thee
I will come back and softer sing
And tell thee stories true
And make thee many a lovely thing
From out our drought and dew
But when thou Bleepest I will run
And dance upon tho sward
And tell the moon how I have won
Thy pralso for my reward
And tell the moon how I must stay
A child and dream no more
Such dreams as I havo sought to say
That tempted me so sore
And tell the moon and tell tho night
How I have put from me
All day untll tho dim twilight
The dreams that troubled theel
Grace Fallow Norton In the Atlantic
He and I
Whence came his feet Into my field and
why
How Is It that he sees It all so drear
How do I see his seeing and how hear
The name his bitter silence knows It by
This was the little fold of separate sky
Whose posturing clouds In the souls at
mosphere
Drew living light from one continual
year
How would he find It lifeless Ho or II
Lot this new Self now wanders round my
field
With plaints for every flower and for
each tree
A moan the sighing winds auxiliary
And oer sweet waters of my life that
yield
Unto his lips no draft but tears unsealed
Even In my place he weeps Even I
not he
Dante Gabriel Rossettl
Out of the Misty
Have we not heard It oh havo we not
known
Words that are tender nnd true will
return
Out of the mists of the silences flown
Dowered with sweetness with healing
they turn
Sorrow and Blghlng to peace and diffuse
Dews of the dawning for tears of the
glooms
Words that are tender and truo never
lose
Brightness Innate In elyslan blooms
They are Immortal Imbued with the light
Lifting sustaining the soul In Its stay
Here In the earthland the vnlley of night
niftlng the mists with the rainbow are
they
Amelia Bobbins In the Springfield Re
publican
A 8onfl
If I were rich then would I give to you
Many a treasure many a priceless gem
A golden helmet or a diadem
A horse to ride a velvet cloak to wear
Pictures of splendor books beyond com
pare
It I were rich
But I am poor and what have I to glvol
Only a smile or two when you are glad
A little pity when your heart Is sad
A little love a little tenderness
Nothing but these there could not well
be less
But I am poor
May Berkeley In Harpers Weekly
My Lady Poverty
I met her on the Umbrlan Hills
Her hair unbound her feet unshod
As one whom secret glory fills
She walked alone with Qod
J met her In the city street
Oh changed was her aspect then
With heavy eyes and weary feet
She walked alone with men
Jacob Fischer
When you have a bad cold jou
want the best medicine obtainable so
as to cure It with as little delay as
possible Here is a druggists opin
ion I have sold Chamberlains
Cough Remedy for flfteen ypars says
Enos Lollar of Saratoga Ind and
consider it the beBt on the markot
For sale by all dealers Adv
A Pleasure to Look
At 8ch a fine line and large selection
of Underwear and Swetaer Coats as
-find at Wlesners the latest
styles that are found in any city and
th nrlre by far the lowest
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STABILITY
OF VALUE
Is tho first tiling to consider in se
lecting securities in which to Invest
tho Savings of the people
Real estato possesses a stability not
equalled by any other class of se
curities Fortunes are made and lost
again In the fluctuations of tho stock
market but Real Estate is as stable
as the Earth Itself
The Home Savings anti
Loan Company
129 West Federal St
YOUNGSTOWN - OHIO
AT THE SIGN OP 5
For Probate Judge
isBsir fit V
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WILLIAM H WOOLF
Candidate on Non Partisan Judicial
Ticket Election Nov 5 1912 Your
Support will be greatly appreciated
RIGHT PREVAILS IN THE END
Victory 8ure Though Its Coming May
Bo Delayed and Ita Pathway
Long Dark
Await the Issue In all battles It
you await the Issue each fighter has
prospered according to his right He
right and his might at the close of
tho account wero one and the same
He has fought with all his might and
In exact proportion to all his right
he has prevailed His very death Is
no victory over him He dies Indeed
but his work lives very truly lives
A heroic Wallace quartered on the
scaffold cannot hinder that his Scot
land become one day a part of Eng
land but he does hinder that It be
come on tyrannous unfair terms a
part of It commands still as with a
gods voice from his old Valhalla and
Temple of the Brave that there be
a just real union as of brother and
brother not a false and merely sem
blant one as of slave and master If
the union with England be In fact
one of Scotlands chief blessings wo
thank Wallace withal that it was not
the chief curse Scotland is not Ire
Idnd no because brave men rose
there and said
Behold yo must not tread us down
like slaves and yo shall not and
cannot
Fight on thou grave true heart
and falter not through dark fortune
and through bright The cause thou
tightest for bo far as it Is true no
further yet precisely so far Is very
sure of vlotory The falsehood alone
of It will be conquered will be abol
ished as it ought to be but the truth
of It Is part of Natures own laws co
operates with the worlds eternal ten
dencies and cannot be conquered
Thomas Carlyle
The Nobel Prizes
Alfred U Nobel inventor of dyna
mite died in 1696 and bequeathed his
fortune estimated at 9000000 to
the foundation of a fund the Inter
est of which should yearly be dis
tributed to those who had most large
ly contributed to tho good of human
ity The interest Is divided In five
equal shares given away One to the
person who in the domain of physics
has made the most important discov
ery or Invention one to the person
making the most Important chemical
discoVery one to the person making
the most important discovery in medi
cine or physiology one to the per
son who provides the most excellent
work of an Idealistic tendency and
one to the person who has worked
best for the fraternization of nations
and the abolition or reduction of
standing armies ilnd the promotion of
peace
Rock-a-Bye-Baby
Diggs My wife is a wonderful vo
calist Why I have known her to
hold her audience for bourn
Biggs Get out
Diggs After which she would lay
It In the cradle and rock It to sleep
Atlantic Advocate
Sky View
Wifey There go the Browns in
their new monoplane
Hubby Are you sure Its tho
Browns T
Wifey Of course I am Id know
the topof her hat anywhere
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Rug Bargains
We will sell to our customers a i
beautiful 250 Rug size 2Mx5 feet 11
for only 99c cash The condition on
1 which you can secure a Rue at this
I price is to make a purchase of 200
I or over at our store on or before
I date of sale
October 12 to November 2
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A splendid choice
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Buick Automobiles
MODEL 24 95000
MODEL 25 105000
MODEL 30 112500
MODEL 31 128500
MODEL 40 165000
We also have on sale LITTLE 4 69000
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Wo buy sell and deal in all kinds of second hand cars
DODD BROTHERS
New Phone 130
CANFIELD OHIO
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Published Weekly at Canfleld Ohio required by the Act of August 24
NAME OF
POSTOFFICH ADDRF
Edtor C O Fowle Weat Main Street CanK bhfo
Munaglng Editor O C Fowler West Afnin aim J J
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