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Bulgarians and Turks Struggle
on Plain in Front ot
BATTLE'S RESULT UNKNOWN
British Cruiser Arrives in Bos
phorus to Protect
London, November 5.?It was oflt
c.ally j.-.r.juiiceJ In Constantinople
test righting has beguu between the
l .;t'3::?r.s and Turks at the Tchatalja
tc.-ts. according to a dispatch from
thai city. i..\.-r;u for a few strag
gling detachments of men in tiglit
tag furmation end fleeing; Turkish
f i ? tr.e country beyond tho
'.. ._..1 ^rts. luiaing the Saal
7-"?.*.. uefessc* bofcie Constanti?
nople, is now clear of Ottoman sol
Shms The iavesung Bulgarians on
the rlains celow Tchatalja hills pre?
set *. a f.os: extending about thlr-.y
ssfssj screes Lbs Peninsula.
Britltb ( ralwr as Scene.
? *>?.>? ; .- November ?> (Tl'.M.i.
- ". ? ? lUsb j;s.r Wt-ymouth en
bye: ike Dardanelles to-day and will;
s;:ve la the Bo>pho: us some time to-:
tight- ?i.c it. tne first foreign vessel'
Jt war to reach Constantinople for the]
p.-cteciiori cf foreigners. French and |
Koss.as warships are expected to ar- j
rive tomorrow. I
No in.rortant news has reached here]
fron: the scat of war in the Eastern!
Turkish provinces, and none .if the
operations are knovn from Scutari, '
Mc-n&etir and Saloniki The Turks'
are pouring troops Ino the forts along |
the Tchatalja line, where they are ,
preparing fer a renewal of the strug?
gle against the Bulgarians. The'
weather is very cold.
Rain is falling on the plains, while |
It is snowing In the mountains, andj
this renders the movements of both
armies very difficult. ]
Rieka. Montenegro, November 5.?
The Montenegrins to-day occupied the
town ot Aiessio to the southeast oi
Scutari and Port San Giovanni dl
Medua. The Servians and Montene?
grins have joined forces at Ipek and
are advancing against Diakova into
the northwest of Prlsrina.
Asks Powers to Stop War.
Paris, November 5.?The Turkish j
ambassador, Rifaat Pasha, presented to;
Premier Polncare this evening the re?
quest of the Turkish government for)
mediation, and the Foreign Office im?
mediately took steps to acquaint the]
other powers with the new Ottoman'
The Turkish note says: "The Otto?
man government requests the great
powers to undertake collective medi?
ation with the view of immediate ces?
sation of hostilities, and tbe determi?
nation of the conditions of peace.'
Before undertaking to act, M. Poin
care emphasized that it must be clearly
understood that all idea of forcing
pressure was excluded, and that the
powere could not undertake the task
unless all the belligerents were agree?
Tarka Defeated Again.
Sofia, November 6.?The Turks have
suffered another severe defeat between
>>erai and Tcnorlu. The losses on both
-ides far exceed those at the battle
sf I.ule Burgas. The battle lasted two
Mays, and the Turks offered desperate
Thi6 information was conveyed in
official reports received here at mid?
"GOT TO 60 WEST'
New York, November ,1.?Senator
Joseph M. Dixon. Progre:?ive national
chairman, after scanning the returns
from New York, Massachusetts and
several other Eastern States said: "We
have got ta go to the West Tor the
* Senator Dixon s predicted landslide
for Koosevelr wenj. to Governor Wil?
son, =eid'- Democratic Chairman Mc
C rrbs at T.45 P. M.
His figures for New York City were:
Wilson. JIS.OOO: Roosevelt, ITS.O'.'O:
Caaaoa Is Defeated.
Daavtile. III.. November K.-\t mld
nlgbt K. X. l.esur. son-in-law of for?
mer Speaker f Mara, evaeedeg n'Halr'e
BRYAN CONGRATULATES HIM
Rr'lnr? \Vi !?<>?"? Administration Will
Be Rlreatag to Nation.
Murals. Vk, ttrraWr JV.?W. J.
?r<?t nt-nlsht seat the following tele
Kna fo i,?iifr?nr WIIkob: "I mmt
bearfll* roaa-ratulste you and (he
?our.tr> epeu >??r elerrtes. 1 our
epjeadtd vletery bae borae fruit. I
am eure jour admlalatration will prove
a bleMias; ?<? the nation sad a source
of ?freacts in owr Berty.*?_
and Ye? Waat Vati tt
Beraten Yotar ?oalp. Tbl?
For any ekln ff***?""! ttcft, dandruff.
| ecrema, pimples, blotches, use ZEMO. No
matter If you have tried everything else
under tbe heavens use ZEMO. If pour
scalp Itches, fir to ZEMO.
If your face to covered with Pimples rely
absolutely upon ZEMO. It you have the
worst case of eczema ever known Just
remember ZEMO CUBES.
You apply liquid ZEMO with the Angers,
Just a touch of it. No trace is left. And
though it vanishes instantly, you know
ZKMO is at work. You know it by tbe
relief, the almost instant relief.
You feel this in the disappearance of all
itch, all pain, all distress. Get the liberal
aVcent else trial bottle of ZEMO as quickly
as you can. Bellet from skin distresses
cant come any too quickly for you. And
remember. ZEMO is guaranteed. ZEMO Is
sold by druggists at Ji.no for tbe regular
size larsre bottlo or 39 cents for the liberal
x>- trial be*.tie.
ZEMO is sold and gi.-iranteed by i
druggists everywhere, and in Rich
GRANT DRttO CO.. _
Corner Broad and Seventh Streeks.
Corner Twelfth and Mean SUasta.
TARRANT DRUG CO.
Ftouefcee and Broad Streets.
Laurel and Oary Streets.
W. W. FRIEND,
South Richmond. _
in Electoral College
urn- Roose- i
New York .
North Carolina ...
Rhode Islan'i .
South Carolina ...
?Not heard from.
WARNING TO OFFICIALS
Indianapolis. Ind.. November 5.?Gov
sewer Thomas R. Marshall. Democratic
candidate for Vice-President. when
sssureri of the success of the nati--.r-al
"The Democratic victory sf to-day
will result in a restoration of repre?
sentative government !n America if
Democratic officials. r.oth State and na?
tional, shall only remember that active
tuty rr.r.slsts in the enforcement mt the
and in the insistence upon legis?
lative compliance with Democratic
p!atf'">rmu ano principles, if legislative
representatives win remember that
they are to represent the people, and
not gr.y interest whatever, and will be
zealous to form ilate into legislation
the principles either enunciated in
Democratic platforms or growing swt
of the basic principles of Jeffersonlan
d-mocrary. nr:d if J-idlrisl represents
tlv-s, ersn give the perfection of
r'a?cn in tn?- light cf to-day and n?t
n the ".ight cf tv, centurie, sgo. and
?hall r.ot he c'.nt*T.t to construe end
not te mak* stsr-itorr law."
Fashion and Comfort Demand
Fht? hav? been s*ea-Jilv <? hanging
fcr some tin:* and n-.w. ?? th -,.r ? ?U-Vej'?^
houses *"d ?hr resulting tendency of worr.e-!
to dre<< lightly ?hroughout thr winter, the
are regarded %9 A r.ecessTty and no longer .?
luxury This great vogue irr furs ha? brojg'r.r
out moat desirarit styles ard val ies h tr??
medium-priced pieces. ?o thst 'he pro'.ler-.
of furs is no longer ?he appalling -r.atter of a
few years ago
Furs of Quality
A wide range of variety in Sets tr.d Coat*,
als? separate piece* Right in price, right
in quality Sstxefection gr>e? with every
order pieced whh se.
We are in th?? FUR bueineM exrlcwelv.
sad for thst reason are be?te- prepared ?o
supper your needs
Leader of inning Forces
PRESIDENT ?Fl ;
Cincinnati, Ohio, November 5.?Presi
?eat Taft at 11 o'clock to-night con- j
ceded the election of Governor Wilson.
He issued the following statement from ?
his brother's home here:
"The returns indicate the election of
Governor Wilson to the presidency.
This means an early change in the
economic policy of the government in
the near future. If this change can
be made without halting progressire
prosperity. I sincerely hope it may be. ?
"The vote for Mr. Roosevelt, the third
party candidate, and for Mr. Debs, the
Socialist candidate, is a warning that
their propaganda in favor of funda?
mental change* in our constitutional
representative government has formid?
"While the experiment of a change In
the tariff is being carried out by the
I Democratic administration It behooves
I Republicans to gather again to the.
I party standard and pledge anew their
I faith in their party's principles and
to organize again to defend the consti- ?
I tutional government handed down to j
us by our fathers. Without cjmpro- '
miffing our principles we must convince
I and win back former Republicans, and
: we must reinforce our ranks with :
"We favor every step of progress
toward more perfect equality of op?
portunity and the ridding society of
injustice. But we know that all pro
gxesg worth while making is possible
with our platform of government, and |
to sacrifice that which is of the high- ;
est value In our governmental struc
tare for undefined and impossible re?
forms ta the wildest folly. We must
face tile danger with a clear knowledge
of what it is. The Republican party is j
equal to the task."
T. W. pesasertom.
The funeral services over the body
of Thomas William Pemberton, to be
ror,<iuct"? this afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the Second Presbyterian Church
by the Rev. Russell Cecil, D. D.. will
be simple and without ostentation,
as Is usual on the death of a man
as prominent in businer-s and religi?
ous affairs, the most representative
m?r. of the city will follow the body
la its last ,-csting place. The burial,
w:ll be made in Hollywood The off.-j
cers and enployes of the USa Insur- j
?nrc Cesaaeurs of Virginia WSS attend
in a body.
John P. De Barts. ?r.
1 Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] !
hTllldleesea Va. November E?John ?
r r?e Butts. Sr.. died at his horns
near Wejhourne. Loudoun County, on
Sunday, at the age of seventy-five.
If* ?as a Confederate veteran and a
hi*'-', respected cltixen. He is sur
steed by five sens?John I'.. Jr.. H. i
'ir^ff n. D. Frenrfc. Weloy and Rich- |
AJCDRCWI ? Died. BBieSay N<"?mh*r
? 1 P M. st her rcsilerire.
.' mi Bread Street. NANNlg cions
tian PARKINSON', wife of A J.
Andrews. In the a.xty-eigh!;. yttr of
her sge. }<h< :eaves four children?
J*rk?.,r, 31. Doula A- of I.yncrburg.
?nd Frank Q.. of this city
Funeral will lake place from
John's P. E Church st 1:30 o'clock
rF.\v.': .'.RD.?Died. Tuesday. Novem?
ber '? I tiff. St 11 30 A. V.. st th?
resi'i'r.f-e of his parer.t*. Z*l-' Utl
paex -rr?et. JOSEPH wTLUAMS.
fea "f James F. end Alice Hate]
Crswfor-i. aged twenty-eight ye.irs
The f uneral will take piece TjO
MOP.Rr.tv i Thursday, AFTERNOON
at 3 o 'lo^k from- Fairmount Bap?
tist Church Interment In Oekwood
brock W FIX -Dad. Tuesday. No?
vember t. Itlt. at 4 o'clock P. M. at
1 er re.?!("ele?. SAJ TWatUt Street.
S^nth Richmond. MR" CABBIE LEV
rr<vkH'k:.i, wife ?f J W ?rock
Purere: THVRSTJAT at ? o'clock
from Central Methodist Church Tn
feesnent In Masry Cemetery.
SMITH ?Died, at the residence of Mrs
Hsrrlet Beverly, ttlt N Mre?t. Tues?
day. November S. Itlt. nfi.i.if O.
} ouraeet daughter of the 1st? John
^ an-! Ionise Smith ?ha. Is a-ir
? ^^ r.. ir et? I era M?? V/?!1? W
mvm:. of Washington D C.: Mra
H?-?a> Brown, of Hoeton. Mass . Mlaa
Fetelle Smith, of ?r?w Verk city.
Wllllaette C Smith, of
ard De Butts, and two daughters, lira
wynkoop, of Washington and Mrs. K.
Herbert De Butts, of Linden. Mr. De
Butts was a nephew of the late Colonel
Richard H. Dulany.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Freuericksburg, Vs., November 5-?
Joseph Moore, a prominent citizen of
Spotsylvania County, died Saturday at
his home, near Parker, after a brief
illness, aged seventy years. lie is
survived by several children.
John A. fleet.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Walkerton, Va., November 5.?John
A. Fleet died this morning'at his resi?
dence, near Bruington. in the eighty
eighth year of bis age. For many years
he was a deacon in Bruington Baptist
Church. He is survi\ed by his wife,
three sons and one daughter.
W. H. Sasees-r-IJ.
'Special to The Timea-D>spatcb.]
Franklin. Va.. November 6.?W. H.
Summereil, son of the late Dr. W. H.
Summereil, of this county, died st ths
residence of his sister, Mrs. Sidney
Darden, seven miles from here, last
night at 11 o'clock, and was burled
this afternoon in the family burying
place on the J. D. Pretlow farm. He
w&a never married..
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
ROSEBUD SOCIETY. CENTENARY M.
K. Church. South. Jarratt. Vs.. having
appointed a committee to draft pre?
amble and resolutions touching the
death of MRS. J. B. JARRATT. ths
following resolutions ottered and
unanimously adopted at meeting
Sunday, October 27. ltlr:
Whereas. God in His unerring
wisdom has removed from our midst
by death our useful and beloved
member. Mrs. J. B. Jarratt, on the
22d day of October. 1912, aged sixty
three years; and
Whereas, grief is partially selfish,
we miss the kind departed friend,
for there departs with her the useful
offices?the symplhy in taste and
opinions, the happiness of society,
and the moral support and comfort
which she gave us.
But grief is far from wholly sel?
fish. We miss also the opportunities
of service to those who elicit It from
our affections, and broken are the
ideals of hope which they conjured
Whole-hearted is the grief that
bends over the bier of our departed
friend, and it flows from every noble
fountain of the human breast; there"
fore, be it
Resolved. 1. That it is with deep
sensibility we annour.ee the death
of our beloved and cherished mem?
2. That a copy of these resolutions
be Incorporated in the minutes of
3. That the secretary of this so?
ciety cause to be published this pre?
amble and resolutions In The Times
Dispstch and the Baltimore and
Richmond Christian Advocate. Rich?
mond. Va.: also send a copy of same
to the family of the deceased.
MRS. J. E PERSON.
MRS W. H. BATTE.
MRS. J. M. BROWDER.
RIt HVnXli GRAIN MAKKZT.
Richmond V?.. November f. rsir
WHOLESALE -JUOTATIONS ON 'CHANOC, |
\.. . sbSj Western. 91 LSI .
No 2 red, Virginia. ? IST i
Ms, ; res.~. ? Its
\ 1'rltils. beg lets. ? ? M| 1
Tiigen*, sag avsj it<n sees' in a> l-tt
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Nn. 2 white..-.. ? tP*
Ne I wlute. ? STtk
W Inter seed.. *> ? Sf
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BIfgvo>n FJtV WARKKT
Klehtnend. Va- Wotewber t. TPB.
>wl-e sr? -nsetatoe* ee the Paah
rront HSe PlihSSge I
?e 1 n??fhT.....WS? ?res
He. } Tlm<?:l;y.
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In? snsud. ??IM... atfO ? ?-*?
Utd year ?Ar* es that he* et dseesfeer*
N?tl CMINtt H4 UM SVwid ItJMb?
Tbl? mark?? gradaa bar ts aiiardaae*
with th. National Hal Aawaelatlea
RICHMOND LIYE~STOCK MARK.BT.
?sales at Cnloa stock Tarda)
Richmond. Vs.. November f. lBt
Report of the live stock market for the
weak ending November 4:
Best steeri. 707*c.: medium to ?0*4. *%9
?Be..; common to fair. ?Vi?*.- : best heifers,
Mi0?c.: medium to good. 44dW?c.: common
to fair. MsBes-i best cows. 4ti0?c.; medium
to good. 3S04c: common to fair, nt0tc.;
bast oxen. :?i--ic . medium to good. 4U0
4%c; common to fair. 34d4c.: bulls. 4t?0
*%<:.. best calves. tgtHc; fslr to sood. ??
T'^c.; dicks. 40 &e. Cows and calves. 1300
?too per head. Best heavy hogs, Bj (>(.??;
light hogs. T%0*e; sboats and pigs. 4d"c;
sows end ?tags, Kf'tsc ; best lambs, ?Hd)Tc.;
medium ta good f>e?T?c.; common to fair,
Bs04Hc.; best sheep. 404V.; common te
Chicago. Ill , November 5.?Cattle?Market
slow. Heifers. IS.OOfctlo Hoga-Market
steady to 5c. lower. Bulk of sales, ?7.700
8.06. Sheep?Marke* strong to 15c. higher.
Sheep. t3.4O04.7S; lambs, ?i.SO?7.40 I
SICHMOND TOBACCO MABKET. j
Richmond, va. November 6, 191:.
Following sre the quotations en the Rich?
mond Tobacco Exchange:
Lags .I T.B dt ?.??
Short B?f. ?kt ? *M
Long leaf. ?.M t> 12.0?
Wrappers . 10.IM s> 1XM
SMOKERS?Common . 7A0 0 te?
Medium . mm ? U.B
fine .uat # a\ej
CCTTXR8?Common .u.ee e> urn
Medium . ? ?? ?
Pine .**?? ? tUt
Fancy .?4.0? t> 27.?
FILLERS?Common . sou <tf 10.00
Medium . lie) e> 12.00
Good.m'. ?'???? ? ak*
Fine . UL?* O Bl?j
WRAPPER*?Common .1*00 O BvM
Medium . X2.M ? 26 0?
Good .~.mvm # MlM
rtse .tta> ? r.sf
Fancy . 40.0? 9 46.00
Lugs, common to good. CO* 0 7.0?
Lug?, good to prime. T.t? 0 Lei
Short leaf. s.00 0 last
Long leaf. tSOO 0 12.00.
Wrappers . aVOS 0 ft AS
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKST.
(Reported by Rodgera McCabe * Ca)
Petersburg. Vs.. November 6.?Peanut a?
Spanish?Firm; new Spanten. tXlTM per
bushel: No. l Spanish, shelled. Te. per pound;
No. t. Spanish, shelled. ?4? Per posed. Vir?
ginias?Market Arm; fancy Jumbo. ?%c;
farcy bandplcked. J%c. par pound: extra
prime. 3c. per pound; machine picked. 10
per pound; ahaillng stock, 3 par pound.
Savannah. Ga . November 6 ?Turpentine?
Firm at t>H03oe.; sales JOT casks; shipments
?19 casks: stock COM casks. Resia?Firm:
ssles 3UH ibarrels: receipts ABB barrels;
shipments 1.108 barrels; domestic stock. 117,
?01 barrels. Quote: B. ?COS.
PORT OF RICHMOND. NOVEMBER t ltll
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer- }
chandlse and passengers. Old Dominion Line. ,
Stsemer Pocabontas. Graves. Norfolk and |
James River landings, merchaadlae and pas?
sengers. Virginia Navigation Oo.
Steamer Aurora. Furmsa. Petersburg and
James River landings, mercbaadlss and pas- I
sengers. Furman Line
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mar?
ch so dies sad passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Aurora. Furmsa. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise asd pse?
sengers. Furman Lina
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H. C. IlECTILER.
Treasurer Henrico County.
?Id and Main Streets. Richmond. Va,
Atlantic Coast Line'
The (ta irr aal of the SsaSh.
EFFECTIVE OCT. 1 IMS.
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WM. H. PALMER. President W. H. MCCARTHY. Secretary.
E. B. ADDISON. Vice- President. OSCAR D PITTS. Treasurer.
TO MM no* WM9HIH0T0HMB OBYOM.
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MlutMlMi Reed the slcas
ilrkfjmift Pdmkrf Dwtric Uway]
Car. leave Mancbeaier. Seventh tad .*?rn
Streets, for Petsrsburs:
it, tmmu.niA.M, n%4i
???:?. ??. 7. ?. ?? ? P. *L ?
11:? P. M. for Chester. 12.m mldnl?bt to*
Can leave Fetarebarg. toot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:_ .? _
?-16. t-M. *n:U. *7:M ?:?. V?M. UM
aTats IT? 1? I*, lam
-7 ?6. t-M. ?:?. U=? **?
tDelur?Ex. Sundays sad holiday*
?Carrie, baccate an? exprees.
?Umlted-Except Sundaya an? holiday*
All ears from Peteraaurs connect wltb
cars tor Klcnmoad.
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTat I
Trains Leere Rlchmon?
N B-Fo?owin? schedule ?eures publica
aa as information an? not sesraatssi:
Fo? th. South-Dally: 1J? A. at Lsesi I
30 *6 A M. Express. ? ?? P. M. Express,
.ut swage*, iipfatet e'^P7?f*!-1
lasts and Btr-tnslxam. 11* P. M Express
wrck Days: t:Sl P- M. Lecat.
Wert RIV*R lOT.
ass a> m.?Daily?Connecting for BalrJ
?.1? Hon. We*, sad Friday. ?:*) A. M-BA?
STmmmmt\ M-Men. Wed. and Frlsay
i"cc*J Trains Arrrrre Richmond
th- South: 6:6? A. M- sad ?:*? A. at,
JPP 8" BTr. M dally: 11* am. Baa.
Press West Pelat: ?:? A. M ?eUy; UJJA.
Wmsb. Wed. es? Frl.; CS P. M Es. Sea.
M, Men. a t BCROC88. PEA.
pp s% Main 8t. Pasee Madlsea ?7*
.?Ls" guebmeea. Leere.-ad Brass
_tcM'.u.ti te aeaee a*ea
A M Leest es Wsriaya
[p f ?f.-*aeasers sad caeches. 6UMS.
nraJaeaess. Sevasaaa. Jacheeevllle. 1 ?
rM^Sieener. sad ~?^J?*ZS?2.
U M P. M-Sleeper. aae .c^fcae.
aHra?l??-ha?. Mempkav ^??T*4 Xg!
seeadaled te seme SB Btcssaeee iTS_
TAP A ?, *M A Mm **? F. BU SiS? F. KS.
te. Richmond fast ef Aeh PA. ?babT.TWF. M
Lesve Seaport ISsws.***? 5
Arrtra Norrelb.??.:.?sawa. m.
? oneerta emn male Use at raster, jisnss
Nerfelh tee JSew Tar* ?a?y. escept Jsadep.
7 -S) P. M Cseaertlses ems made by R. ?
w p*y. i p asd c A o. Ry at ? F. M
N^bt las. steassees etep at Clarsanast PS
sr resslet ~" "~
W met ?y pe?:?e teaisjaaes, _
Karra 1 i.) ^?^m*^.9tJ^l J^mZmL aad
KM>^k .at O ? Feest, "sei I erw mmm
"irer lesAay Puisnr fcs-es
?eaday. WeSsresey sad Friday Et ff>
M^?essht rreelred for all James POesr
" Msdtses IM. _ .
MUta TleRet OsTtes ? X. Mwas aaaspa
fkterJrp "if S?
' peree?ere-Nerreth te
Thursday, te PrwrSsW
i?ap sad setsrSey. < F.
' TYVm "^s" SeS
on the friendly relation, of the
r'aTht sort of a bank. Often In a
criata It means everything-. * The
officers of thia bank feel a friendly
Intereat In each and every deposi?
Ninth aad Mala,
CAPITAL AND SIRPLLS
tkmchtsttr ftabona] Balk
Work for South Richmond by*
[ becoming a depositor in this bank.
No account is too small for this
I bank to handle.
8 DELMGtkTVVL CRUISES
New Teetx try 0
a. e, 23; Pee*. 2S; Mansch 29.
S.S. VICTORIA LUISE
Jan. IS; Fee*. a* iScts. 11; Afar. IS.
If Dmy*.ims andcs
n ? .ims - -
?t-41 Bmedway. x. T . er S H POWMas.
at E. Mesa et.: ercKMOvD TRAXartat
CO, as S. Mala St, Steassosd. Ta
eraar nrasBS, panama caxese
Plan near far reer winter tear and
secure choice bertha St ease ore leave
at frequent Intervals I ?-dar SfaJSMJ
aad leaser. Send fee SaUfleS pirate,
lwesa frees t Days tXJt oa.
Per Part icelars
a a NnaseoN a eoN. sea.
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