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THE DALLAS KXl'RESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921.
PAGE THRKB FIGURING ONE'S INCOME TAX Directions That May, or May Not, Bo Helpful in Making Out a Cor rect Return. In the direction of helpfulness the Winstcnil Saturday Night suggests Uiut if your income Is !fJ,4tM) u yenr and you have u iliiiiiiiuid ri 1 1 n unci an atitoinoliile and lire imirried to a hi n nette twenty-six years old, you take the amount of your income, add your personal property, subtract your street number, multiply by your height, adil your wile's height and divide Uy your telephone number. Vou will then carry your minus, sep arated from your plus, to schedule CI, on the tenth line of which you will subtract the multiple, which you put on line X, schedule K, entering In col umn A. If you have u child In the family subtract !?-H) from your Income, add the amount of your personal property, multiply by your waist measure, sub tract the size of your collar, add the child's age, multiply by the amount you lima given the church during the year ami divide by the number of your automobile license tag. If there are two children you de duct ijUiHl from your Income, add the weight anil age of the second child, divide by the date of your birth, mul tiply by the size of your hat and sub tract the weight of your inotlier-iti-law. The result of the abovp computation should be carried to line VIII.. sched ule I, after deducting from the total of Ci, I', and A, and adding V, C and L, carrying it to column I, which will cover all taxation except the normal and surtax. NO RAINBOW AFTER DELUGE John Hopkins University Professor Explains How the Historic Mis understanding Came About. The rainbow after the deluge, de scribed in the book of Genesis 9:1.'5, was not a rainbow after all, but a collection of great lly-brushes of the ancient oriental gods, declares I'rof. I'aul Haupt of Johns Hopkins univer sity. Announcement of his discovery was made by Iioctor Haupt at Guueh er college, at a session of the American Oriental society, which hcJd its one hundred and thirty-third conclave in Baltimore. The mistake In Genesis, said Pro fessor Haupt, probably i:i due to n misunderstanding of a character on one of the old cuneiform tablets. The word Is "bow," which couJd very easily be mistaken for "fly brush," he said. These huge feather brushes were In vogue among the old rulers in Assyria and Egypt, and were regard ed as ancient symbols of sovereignty In the orient. According to Doctor Haupt, the an cients naturally gave their gisls credit for having lly-brushes, and, in fact. In line 104 of the flood tablet the word "tly brush" appears as big as life. The passage sajs that "When Istar pees the gods gather around the of ferer like a swarm of tiles (because there bud been no offerings during J the Hood), she Is so incensed that she UUes the great fly-brushes of her fa ther, Ann (king of the gods), to drive I away the gods." Britons Have New Telephone. A new telephonic device already In actual use in Kngland Is the luryngn plione, a transmitter In which a disk is placed against the throat of the speaker and the sound Is transmitted by the vibration of the vocal chords, says a London dispatch to the New York Tribune. It is suitable for use In noisy factories and workrooms where the ordinary telephone mouth piece transmitter would pick up the oilier sounds in tb room and so pre vent conversation. In appearance the laryngaplione re sembles the ordinary telephone except that there Is a sinoolh rounded rub ber disk instead of a mouthpiece. The receiver Is the same and the messages are received in the ordinary speaking voice. Land for Canadian Soldiers. The forest reserves held by the Ca nadian federal government and all sit uated in the West, comprise an area of approximately 27,500,000 acres, and consist of tracts of land unsuitable for agriculture which have been set apart permanently for forest production. At the request of the soldier settlement board areas totulllng about 480,000 acres were withdrawn from the re serves in order to be made available for soldier settlement. For the most part these areas consist of small tracts of a few hundred acres, withdrawn from a numlier of different r- M-rves. Only in the cases of the Hiding moun tain and Porcupine reserves were the areas larger, about 220,000 acres be ing withdrawn from the former and about 240,000 acres from the latter. Dress and Insurance Rates. Swiss women who wear short skirts and low-necked gowns wi'l have to pay higher rates of life Insurance than those who do not. The Swiss Insurance companies have announced that In fix ing the premiums on policies of woiu eu's lives they will take into considera tion the women's wearing appaiel.'The shorter the skirt or lower the decol lete, the higher the insurance rate will be. The Swiss companies justify tills ac tion on tlie ground of u great Increase of illness and disease among their women clients which they claim is due to the wearing of short skirts and low necked dresses. New Timekeeper Clock. Boiling eggs, developing photographs, or any other operation that requires short but accurate account of time, may be allowed to proceed without at tention through the use of a novel clock, described in Popular Mechanics. The four-inch dial Is at the top, and In the lower part of the case Is a vertical scale, reading up to 90 min utes In one-minute divisions, and car rying a small slide that Is set by hand. At the end of the period set, a four Inch ongoiithe back rlrujs until It Is sluTt olT. Though a valuable addi tion to the home kitchen, the new time keeping clock Is intended especially as a labor-saving accessory for hotel and restaurant kitchens, photo galleries, laboratories and other places where the measurement of minutes Is needed- Snapping Movie Picture. Usuully 150,000 to 200,000 feet are run through the cameras to get a six reel, or 0,000-foot motion picture. The director stations three, four or five cameras to take the same scene. He has one camera close beside the strug gling vllluln and hero, another grind ing from an elevation, still another at this angle, one more at that angle. When all of these negatives are de veloped, parts of each enter Into the composition of the completed reel. Unlucky Birthday. People born on Saturday (Saturn's day), will Imve much dilllculty iii ac quiring money and will have to work bard. Tills may make them melan choly and avaricious and Inclined to run Into debt. They should guard against carelessness, in dress and the reading of evil books. They will be sub ject to disease of legs and knees. They will have much luck In finding hidden treasure; will be apt to be uncomely and unpopular. Sleepy Sickness. Sleepy sickness Is quiTo a different disease from the somewhat similarly named, but far more deadly, sleeping sickness, which is a tropical disease. Sleepy sickness was first noticed in England in 1018. There Is little doubt that the cause of this mysterious com plaint Is n microbe. The microbes con centrate their attack on the brain, causing lethargy and facial paralysis, the patient lying for days In bed with motionless head and expressionless face, like a mask, reminding one of the efllgy on a tomb. Doctors are not, yet definitely agreed as to whether the hic cough epidemic and the sleepy sickness are different diseases, or whether the one Is merely a symptom of the other. Probably the latter view is the correct one, seeing that violent and prolonged hiccoughs were noticed In connection with the outbreak of sleepy sickness that ravaged Vienna in the early part of last year. NEEDS TOO MUCH EXERTION Writer Refuses to Go Too Deeply Into What Might Be Called "I and Me" Problem. The line, "Look what I done for you and him and me," is good American, but better American, 1 believe, would be, "Look what I done for him and you and I." This, however, writes King Lardner in the liookmaii, brings up a subject to which one ought to be able to devote a whole volume, but one ain't goin' to. One is only goin' to state that mysterious ruies govern the cases of personal prouei ns in our language and one hasn't bail time to solve the mysteries even since prohibi tion. We sav. "lie come mi to me In the club," but we also say, "lie come up to Charley and I in the club, or even "Ho come up to I and Charley in the ; club." Charley's presence in the club j seems, for "some reason or another," ! to alter my case. The oilier night I j wus rending a play script by one of , his country's foremost dramatists; ; and recurring in it was the stage dl- ; reel ion, "A look passes between lie ; ami So-and-So." lint this playwright j wouldn't think of saying or writing. ! "She .a--ed be a look." . ,. My theory on this particular point is that when the common American I citizen, whom we will cull .Ine, was ill his lust year in school (the sixth j,'rade), the teacher asked him how many boys tlierp were in his family. He replied: 'Must Frank and me." ".lust Frank and I," corrected the teacher. And the correction not Joe balled tip. NO CHANCE FOR COLLECTORS Steins Now Valuable Only as Memen. toes Are Kept Securely Chained to the Wall. Beer steins, wine glasses nnd bar towels are rapidly joining the dust covered and mildewed relics of the days that preceded January 10, 1920, when the prohibition law went into effect. As the saloons become scarcer, bar room paraphernalia, from a relic col lector's viewpoint, become more valu able. One restaurant In the Hay Ridge section of Brooklyn Is taking no chances on losing Its mementoes of the pnst days. The stained (,'lass windows of the old saloon remain, but the bar has been removed to make i way for the tabWs of the new restau rant. In the redecorated establish-' ment a shelf runs entirely nrotind the room. All along the shelf are ex quisite old German beer steins, relics of former days nnd more valuable now ns mementoes. Passing through the handle of each stein is a chain, which Is nailed to the wall, rnscrup ulons souvenir hnunters, waiting until the waiter's back Is turned, find their designs foiled. What the old bar has left of the old regime it purposes to keep. New Yoru Sun. IlI'MOR HAS IT THAT OKLAHOMA i;iUM (HAMKM.OR Mill- III OUSTED. Oklahoma City. Okla. May 12. Ito ports coming in from all over the slate indicate "that a mighty struguli' will tie staged at Okmiilsoo to un seat Dr. C'has. U. Wickman as Grand Chancellor and diet somoone else more fitted for the position. Tin story is beginning to leak out into the lodges over the state about tin huge amount of money that has been spent out of the Grand LoiIko Treas ury in a futile attempt to prove that the former treasurer, Win. A. Il'ill, is guilty of mis-appropriating the funds of the order. Rumor has it that the Grand Chancellor has ordered paid out of the Grand Iidge Treas ury, $850.00. only to find that there is no basis for the charge sent broad cast over the jurisdiction. At a heavy expense to which he has been unjustly put, Mr. Hill has had the J. S. Eaton Co.. Tublic Ac countants of Oklahoma City, and one of the best checking firms in the state make a complete audit of his accounts. This report will show that Hill is not guilty of the charge made. He agreed at the Grand Lodge ses sion last year that there might be a slight difference between the accounts of the board of control and himself, and at that time sa'id that he was willing to niako this square tip then and there. The Grand Chancellor, together with the Supreme Chancellor on the other hand argued that Mr. Hill was several thousand dollars short, to which Mr. Hill demurred. Humor again has it that the Ad ministration forces hope to delay the court trial of this case unt'il after the setting of the Grand Lodge so that Hill will aga-in enter the Grand Lodge a disadvantage to Hill and an advantage to the Grand Chancellor. Some surprise is occasioned through the attempt to try this case in Tulsa County, where the accountant lives, who is alleged to have found H'dl short. im intuit. iiii.i: l.lltl.S to STATU SI IIOOl,. Nashville. Tenn.. Mav 12 A 1)111 of much interest to the entire citizen ship of Tennessee wlio ore Interested In the incorrigible N,.Kn K,.s waa passed during; the session of the state li-tfislutiire which just cloned nnd provides for the appropriation of filtv thousand dollars to he used to es tablish a vocational school for Neirro Mills. The movement umcoiK the N'o ifrocs "I the state to have the hill considered by the legislature had the support of the leading men and wom en of the race tin nimhout the state and received Its greatest consideration when it became known that President '. .1. Hale, nf the Aerli-ultural and Industrial State Normal, donated the tfi-eiinds on which the Institution could he established. Particularly arctve in behalf of the bill were the women of the stute. especially in the larger cities, prominent among: theae were In-. Maltie I'olemand. Mrs. J. C. Na pier, of Nashville; Mrs. llrown, Mrs. Sonford and Mrs. .lackson. of Mem phis; Mrs. .7. R Lane, of Jackson: Mrs. C. 1. Washington. Mrs. 11. W. Allen, of Chattanooga; Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Porter, and Mrs. Core K. Iturke, of Knoxvllle, all of whom worked earnestly for the pas sage of a measure that would bring the relief sought by the citizens of the Volunteer State to reclaim fallen girls, rongrntulations were bestowed upon the entire legislation, both the house and senate, by the newly en franchised women voters of Tennes see that number thousands, because of the rapidity with which the bill went through both houses anil because of the small opposition offered to the bill. It is understood that there were onlv eleven opponents to the bill In both houses, as it passed the house sitv-lwo for and eleven against, while the twentv-flve votes in the senate went solid. The committee from Nashville made up of women of the nice representing two of the strongest organizations that the wom en have were jubilant this week over the fact that their entire measure went through minus any amendments that would destroy the purpose of the hill The Negro Women's Iteconstruc tion and Service League is a state or ganization covering the entire state, and is the outgrowth of the organiza tion formerly known as the Council of tvfense which organization made its record when the boys were called to the colors. I'lUO'ACIIKIIS W iLl. STt DV HOW TO lHI'ltOVK CIIVUCIIKS. f..-..K..u Tevns Mav 12. Colored nu'sior's from country and village :.l i...., tn o,n aoni hivest will study subjects ranging from leadership of ....ne-reirulions tO operation Of ..!... n't the school for rural pas ..r which opened at Wiley Cniver- M....,lv The school is in ecdnd' session, the first being held in 1 'SV.!.Ua,i?.:nH'!-ort ministers from rural churches in Texas, Louisiana, Arkan- sas. Mississlppl ami hkihh , (-,,., .penning ftre Wiley University, the I. lethoi 1st I'.piseoimi ion ... .board of Sunday schools oi ine i odist cluiron ana lexus - M. Col- lege. t ,....yn than k:.....n ...tiit-iies inn uu I UK nil" . ... . ,ff. ,..,1 to the CR J n-iw. n,.ui-sis are rural church ad ministration, religious education eve gelism, health and bygo ne, recreation leadership, agriculture and ru i life and church building and equip nu-iil. Practically ..i.-hul church and co.nmnni y 1 fc is to in .1 in the courses. Uesidcs the uetaiis "i .Vinr. Ii activities nnd administration. ',),','." ".'.istei s will be taught in,bl.c li.-a t l work, lonos .. '" ':, ' hi g and how to operate moving pic- ...i,.., ..on lev raisiHi; .. ." rnrrled out ..l.nnnl MllSSeS. llinih, de- '.reiikiasi ministrations, per lonat con. i . ....... dinner, plays and with instructor i-venin lecture ( MI TION i ,iom;mioio TASKS. MOII Three I H- "ft t-'.nils . ... .i..r-n,..,,ii.---.-..- 'I'rllll OI lMC . of three to ii-"'j -One ram l.n.-.H Joneshoro, May 12. The trtnt of the fourteen white men charged with rioting and storming the county Jail here in an effort to lynch Cooks. 1 ii 1 1 n s. a Negro, resulted in the con viction of Wat Illevins. Walter Oliver and Her! Moody, lluford Adams, one of the defendants, took sick during the trial, was operate on for appendicitis and died before the trial was over. The urv returned a not guilty ver dict as concerned him as they did in the cases of ten others. . The trial which began here on April 11th, was the center of the greatest amount of Interest and some of the most prominent citizens of the county attended court and appeared as nrosccutoi-Q Tli.. .,!... I county grand Jury returned indict ments ogainst the fourteen men, some ot whom were members of the state militia, shortly after they are said to have led a mob that stormed the tail in an effort to lynch Cocksey luillas, a Negro, who asked that he be placed there following threats against his life. Dallas was accused of using unbecoming language to some white . ii's employed at the National San-iioi-liim at Johnson City. Iletween eight and ten o'clock on that night a large crowd of men, many of whom were masked, appear ed in town and a general fusllade of shots were fixed In and around the tail, many of the shots striking and breaking out windows and otherwise damaging the Jail. A prisoner in the jail was wounded by stray shots. Hut for the eool nerve of Jailer Livingston, who locked the Jail and armed himself, It Is believed the mob iolcnce wa presented. The verdict of the jury carries sen tences of ihree to twenty-one years. Cooksry Hollas was relcasm shortly after the rioting. IIIUHY Wll.l.S HRKISKI) MRMIIKR. Mill IX IIUtl.l.M IIOAHII OF TKADF. GRIIIP, New York, May 12. Tt Is reported that nt the last meeting of the or ganization known ns the Colored i:mi-d of Trade and Commerce of Har lem, of which John 10. Nnll Is o-esi-ilent, the nnme of Mr. Hurry Wills, Hie undi-feat-f1 heavyweight boxer was presented for membership. Al though .Mr. Wills had a number of vouchers and friends in the organi zation, who championed his applica tion, the opposition, led by Adolph Howell, the undertaker, was supported by Thulium II. Taylor. Y. M. C. A. secretary: Wihifred Carr, ex-secretary of tin1 Clubmen's T'eneflclal League, nnd Samuel II. Mitchell, a real estate nent. Cornelius Hughes and Clarence Muse, the actor, argued fur Mr.Wllls to be given membership In the organ izntlon. Quito a number supported Muse and Hughes, but when the vote vas finally taken Mr. V Ills was knocked out. probably for the first time In his pugilistic career. The ac tion of some of the members, it is said. Is likely to cause a split In the organization, as well as some resig nations. ... Mr. Wills was denied upon the giounds and under argument to the c'loot that he was neither a profes sional nor a business man. Friends of Wills are bitter In their protest over his rejection; and the matter of Wills membership promises to he a bon of much contention In the future. Do you know you can roll SO good cigarettes for lOcts from one bag of Mm r 1 GENUINE C Til TOBACCO t'OXKV MAV I.I'.AI) AMITlll'.ll AltMV. (By A. N. P.) New York, May 12. (ten. Jacob S. I'oxey may lead another army to Washington, he said, explaining there are 5,000.01)0 unemployed In the coun try, many or whom have written to him that they are anxious to get go in. "I am holdin these fellows, off" said the tlenoral, "until I see what ac tion Is taken by the Government on measures beneficial to our cause. But if nothing is done up to July 1. I'll say 'come on, boys.'" About 30,001) un employed are declared ready to Join in the army march to Washington. 11IVT ASMAIXT COP, GIRL SAYS. TioMton, May 12. James A. Duncan, a teaching fellow In the physics de partment at Harvard and Miss Julia Thomas of this city, pleaded not puil ty t iday to a charge of assaulting lavi It. lllalr, a Negro policeman. P.laii was cut on one hand with a knife while questioning the man and woman whom, , he said he found In a doorway in the South End early Sun day morning. The case was contin ued for a hearing- May IS. Honda were furnished by Kdwin H. Hall, professor of physics at Harvard. Inincan's home is in Columbus, S. C Miss Thomas, also is said to be a southern girl. Dii.i: corvriFs sfek -negro SCHOOL MO.NKV. Application l-'Tcerd Amount milkers Allowed. Oklahoma City, Okla., May 12. Ap plications for money for Negro schools from the fund of $35,000 appropriated by th" recent session of the legisla ture already aggregate $150,000, accord ing to the flies of the state department of education. It is expected the mon ey appropriated will be distributed at the rate of about one-half the amount asked for by each county. Pistrlbution of state aid money to Negro schools Is expected to be made within the next ten days, K. N. Col lelte. assistant state superintendent of public instruction, said Thursday. The act appropriating the money did not specllv how It is to be distributed, but the department of education Is planning to use the snny system em ployed on other state aid funds. Annlications from a dozen coun ties already are on file, and several I counties with large Negro populations have not reported yet. Money is to be used in prolonging the school terms wh.'ie the amount provided by maxi mum taxation !s Insufficient to main tain an adequate school. Amounts asked (or bv counties Include the fol lowing: Oklahoma. fS.017; Muskogee. -,U Viie 1 ogan SITi- Seipiovah. $!.-017- Seminole. $7.1!".0: Grady. $2,011; Choi-law $J.4.r,r, and Mcintosh. $.t.S10. v.. in... ...it ..ns wi e console, eo from counties having 1 Negro popi.s enrolled. than 500 M1IK. 1. 11)1. LA MelMMIKLS. i(ll-:-TII'H' MKTIIOO OI-' SCALP MAS. still'.. A MOIIi:U WOMIKIt. Will promote a full growth of beau tiful hair, one treatment will start vour hulr to growing, ir you nave aan- draff, tetter or any disease of the scalp, send for a full treatment. Mv Dandruff Remedy never fails to cure dandruff or tetter no matter how long standing. If you hove a tight stubborn scalp a circular is sent with each treatment with full information telling you Just how to make your scalp loose and flexible so the hair will grow. Course taught, diplomas given thru mail. Tlalr Culture $10, Dyeine: md llleochlng, Hot and Illeachlne., Hot Oil Treatment. lieauty Culture Mini curing, Growing Oil 50 cents; Dan druff Iteniedy, f0 cents; Pressing Oil 50 cents; Temple Oil 50 cents; Soap 10 to 25 cents. Agents wanted. MMH I I l-I I.A McDAMKLs, 2302 K. Morso St. . . Greenville, Texas. i i M i East India a known ;lacli to its Hot Iron I'rice . I). I- . -I- -t - - ' 5 t i I u f "j "7 I aid North Central I'hone M. 375 FAST INDIA SYSTEM Tnnght liy Mull. Science and Art of Hair Culture. I oniplcle Coiirnc. S Irasons anil Diploma, 10.00. It Total Amount nent at once, ftlfft.OO. 1! AKcntx Oulfll 1 Hair Grower. 1 Temple OH, 1 Shampoo, I Press ing Oil, 1 Face Cream and direction for Soiling;. ?2.nn. gBc Ftrw for Pontage. T. L. LEMMONS, Bonded Electrician and Contractor, 817 Allen Street. All kinds of Elec trical work, such as repairing Irons, Fans and Motors. Home wiring a specialty. The follow'jig buildings were wired by Mr. Ixnnmons: Pythian Temple, St. James A. M. E. Temple. Peoples Undertaking Com pany, St. John's Institution. Plume II 4.il. -I Mm 'I u i 5 .V; 1 if LITTLE BABY LEMMONS. A source of encouragement to our leading Colored electrician. KLAR & WINTERMAN, DALLAS LAItGEST JEWEL ERS AND BROKERS 2312 ELM ST, Licensed Pawnbrokers DO you know that Klar & Winter- m man can save you from 25 to 9 60 per cent on unclaimed di- ft mnnds, watches and other Jew- ! elryT U YOU i have our wrt-tten.blndlnir, money A back guarantee with every pur- M chase, and can depend on our M goods to be just as represented. 'ii 17 years of honest business 'M dealing In Dallas stand back every transaction. If you NEED f money come to us. We are the tj largest loan brokers of Dallas, V and are doing a greater bust- ness. We accept diamonds, m watches and all valuables as collateral for ii I MONEY ii loaned. We loan you more and M W. ,.. . v . A charge you less. You are safe in dealing with us. KLAR A WINTEIIMAT 2312 Elm St, Remember the Number. Look for the Name. Dallas' Largest Pawnbrokers. ADA'S HAIR GROWEb In three montns will make the halt Iting, soft and guitar. A trial wtli prove It. When in Kansas City cat' on the soanufacturor We want live agents to represent us in every city ana oamiet Box of t-ressing Oil, 50c; Box of Hair Grower, 60c; Special Grower, f.Oc. Mrs. Ada Montgomery, Manofac tnrcr. We guarantee our goods to grow hair and to be harmless. 1212 Kuclla. Kansas City, Missouri Don't fall to visit our up-to-?at Hair Dressing Parlors Money must be sent with all orders Ben4 10 cents far noatase. WAVEfOLA GROWS BEAUTIFUL HAIRj Your money back without question (it WAVE OLA fails to grow the haiW or cure the acalp.JT Sample box sent to anyone lot ilOcJPostage r Willliaros MfgTCo kLahoma,city.oklahom Hair Grower n. Will Promote a Full Growth of H;rr. Will also Restore the fcuength, Vitality and the Beauty of the Hair, if your hair is Dry and Wiry Try HAST INDIA IIAUt OKOWF.h. 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Where other doctors have failed, then write her and she will give you full de tails of your disease. Mrs. Jefferson possesses a natural born gift from birth. Mrs. Jefferson Is one of the greatest licensed preachers of the age. she can tell you any complaint you have without a word of information. Write her to day. Mrs. Ida B. Jefferson, has discover"! a wonderful hair restorative. It grows hair on bald heads Agents wanted. MIIS IDA II. JKH'FRSOV, Evangelist A. M. E. Church. , North Texas Conference, Route I, Box 202, Longvlew, Texas. 2-26-12t PHONEY 4852 Dresser and Grower One thousand agaoU wanted Good money made. We want at eat In every city and Til" luge t sell THB STAR HAIR GROW. ER. This is a wonder ful preparatien. Cam be used with r wlti. out straightening lr Sells for Joe ptr box one 26o bax will prove its ilo. Any person that will use a 25c bx will b convinced. N mattai what has failed ta grow vour hair Jutt give THE 8T1S HAIR GltOWKB trial and be convinced Send 25c far full I'm box. If yeu wish ta be agent send $1.0 and we will send yaa a full supply that can begin wort W.'Jt It at once; ic agent's terms. Bw all money oy order ta TUB STAK HUE r.ROWEK MASTS FACTXREKlS Box 812, Graansrt, It 2.