mi-: ATiTZONA T?F,PUBLTCAX. MONDAY MOTJXIXO. SEPTEMBER 16. 1913
CONSULT US NOW
a ul : avc ynur y add to your
Northrup Optical Co.
? East Adams St.
phone i;1m f..r appointment
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Moniion Building Office Phone 605
Phoenix Feed and
Wholesale and Retail '
125 East Jefferson St.
E. S. WAKELIN
Constable Ice and
Pure Ice Good Service
SECOND HAND SACKS
PHOENIX WOOD &
223 South Third St.
If YouHave a Diamond
to sell for cash, come direct to
45 North Central
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
A Daily Report of Filings in
COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE
U. S. DISTRICT COURT
STATE SUPREME COURT
Compiled by Expert Seircher
L. D. Hiatt
Zoe M. Hiatt
For Sale by Frank Shirley
CHIROPODIST 29 E. ADAMS
SI NN YSI.i iVK DEVELOPMENT
'I'VI'ANV AND WILLIAM ROBERT
X"KTo.. ARCHITECT. HAVE
M.At li FROM 117 N. FI RST AVE.
T" 1!T- N FIRST AVE.
T. I. .la.-.fl
Kef, rr;ng to our advertisement of
l,.t we.k fr an executive the
joints you wanted to rememlier are
1'iil.f I t.
picture The Mayor of
(. i eth Eight reels- two hours.
r.tThe Wet s. Dry fight in
mi. 1. lie western city.
I'l-.'dui tion -A Triangle Special.
A .lowering hundreds of queries:
Yes, it is a w.i of getting into the
i.M f til.le end of the motion picture
I.um:i.-ss (distribution), on your own
m handling your own money,
i i M'nr bun d. strict. Energy, push,
k nw l.'de .f business a nd business
r" '--essential; knowledge of mo
t:.n fii't ure business as such un
Ss . .1 - vital.
I' is because of tins necessity that
e aro ottering this chance to out-
l;v the time this Is printed this
t. Tritory may be closed.
Telegrams answered instantly.
TRI ANSLE FILM CORPORATION
Room 803 1457 Broadway
WARNING TO REPUBLICAN SUD
Io not be deceived by statements
f "in solicitors of other papers that
ie Republican Is to be raised to $1.00
It month. Numerous reports have
.!.. in The Repul'licnndiroct that
. i.-h is I . i.,; ,!, n. The Republican
H'- 'f v ill ennoi'uce in due time any
tt-art. tn its sn!eript ton price.
TI1K ARI.o.na Ri:i'l'HLI''AN.
rfrv,. m ! ' nil i:ii
Ride In the Best It Costs No More
Phone Adams Pharmacy
1473 ASK FOR 3051
j Arizona: Monday and Tuesday, gen
l ' rally lair; not much change in tern
.Now -Mexico: Monday showers north
and east portion, cooler southeast por
tion; Tuesday generally fair, warmer
West Texas: Monday showers, cool
er; Tuesday generally fair except pos
sibly showers in southeast . portion;
cooler In south portion.
Southrn California: Monday ami
I WEATHER REVORT
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Ma. tons, p
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Roston 60 6S Clear 0
Chicago 66 t;x Cloudy .Oti
Denver 41 4S Rairr .-ti
Flagstaff 70 ',' Clear 0
Fresno 83 82 Clear 0
Galveston 82 86 Clear 0
Kansas City ,r8 66 Rain .48
ah Angeles 70 72 Cloudy 0
Needles .-..96 100 Clear 0
j New Orleans 84 00 Clear 0
i New York 64 74 Clear 0
j Oklahoma 74 88 Cloudy 0
PHOENIX 94 95 Clear 0
Pittsburg 74 78 Cloudy 0
((swell 82 84 Clear 0
St. Louis 66 72 Cloudy .08
San Diego 70 72 Pt. Cldy 0
San Francisco ... .60 62 Cloudy 0
Spokane SO 82 Clear (J
Tucson 90 94 Clear 0
Washington .. ..72 80 Clear 0
1 Winnipeg 48 56 Cloudy 0
Yuma 94 94 Clear 0
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
7 a.m. 7 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 66 92
Temperature of evaporation 59 70
Humidity, per cent 67 32
Wind direction E XW
Wind velocity, miles 6 4
Rainfall 0 0
Weather Clear Clear
Highest temperature 95
lowest temperature 64
Total rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
Kxcess in temperature since the first
of the month. 10 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since Januaiy 1, 5! degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date, 5.48 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 7.50 inches.
Accumulated excess in precipitation
since January 1. 2.02 inches.
ROBERT Q. GRANT,
Adams William McGrew. Los An
geles; D. Goldhuum. San Francisco:
Dick Hollingsworth. San Francisco; S.
H. Driver, I.os Angeles: J. A. McCall,
Los Angeles; C. P. Sellers, Los An
geles; J. w. Mahan, Jr., Dallas; Tom
P. Rohertson, Los Angeles; Mrs. Win
ters, Los Angeles; Mrs. E. Silverstone,
Ix)s Angeles; V. E. Hicks, Tucson:
George V. Long, Oatman; Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Abrahams, Superior; Mr.
and Mrs. H. .1. Genovan. Tucson: Earl
Pierce. Glohe: R. J. Sehlock, Globe;
Mrs. K. B. Muller. Winkleman; Joseph
Lamelle, Winkleman: Lieut. H. J.
Stovall, Granite Reef Dam; W. B.
Basham, Ray; Frank Hayden, Ray.
Commercial H. Kirk, Los Angeles;
Evelyn Millar. Dallas; J. B. Paylor,
A jo; George H. Kavanaugh, Hayden;
John W. Norton, Hayden: E. Strait,
Hayden: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mat!!.
Prescott: J. B. Nafziger, Tolleson; F.
P. Hall. Ray.
'Jefferson C. S. Kent. I.os Angeles;
D. Ooldhaum. San Francisco; R. E.
Stevens. Long Beach; E. M. Stevens,
Long Beach; O. U Whitforri. Los An
geles; J. C. Neal, Kansas City; John
Duffy. Chicago; C. P. Basye, St. Louis;
A. W. Zeigler. Prescott: M. Raine,
Prescott: P. Motte. S. AV. Boaton. Hum
boldt: F. A. Boyce. Los Angeles; N.
P. Koontz. Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Sprague, Tucson; Richard L.
Smith. Ray; Joseph Greenberg, Miami;
Mr. and Mrs. L. Duker.
ARMY OFFICER ARRIVES First
Lieutenant H. J. Stovall of the United
States army arrived In Phoenix yester
day from Granite Reef dam and regist
ered at Hotel Adams.
AUTOMOBILE MAN HERE Dick
Hollingsworth, representative of the
Chevrolet company of the southwest
arrived in Phoenix yesterday on busi
ness and is stopping at the Adams ho
tel. AFTER A COMMISSION Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. orme returned yesterday
irom i ucson, wnere tnev had accom
panted their son. Lindley H. Orme,
wnere ne entered the students' officers'
training class at the university. The
trip was made hv automobile.
EARLY MORNING RAID Badillo's
place on South Second street was
raided by the police early Sunday
j morning when a poker game is alleged
i to na e oeen tn progress. The propri
I e,nr. G. Badillo. was arrested and later
I released on lion bail for his appear-
niue ociore me city magistrate to
I CLERK-CARRIER EXAMINATION
The Phoenix postoffice is greatly in
need of more Qualified clerk. onH .,,.
riers. The United States Civil Service
.Commission has announced another
special examination for these positions
n uu iiem in mis city on October 1
! "ext. Both men and women will be
admitted to this examination., Married
women are not eligible to ant,nint,.,.
in the postoffice service, however. Age
limits. IS to 45 years. For further in
formation, description or examination
.imu np. ninuim oianKs call on or ad
dress Clarence R. Craig, local' secre
tary. I . s. ml Service Commission
-uv j .... la. Hunting, x rioenix, Ariz,
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Ford roadster in per
fect running order, at 1000 West Ad
ms. FOR SALE .Modern two story brick
house at 100(1 West Adams street,
cheap, by owner. dd
Young man. A young man desiring
to become n trained newspaper re
porter can find opportunity by starting
at the bottom on the Arizona Repub
lican news Ktalf. II' interested call
after 7 p. m. 11. W. Hall, news editor.
Bitr Meeting Last Xight at
Empress Theater Will Be
Followed By Parade This j
Afternoon and Uallv!
Amid cheers and shouts of Viva I.-
Mexico, a two-days' celebration of the i
108th anniversary of the independenco '
of Mexico started last night at a gath- ;
ering at the Empress theater. The The- j
ater was packed, there being over l.oTii) j
present, including Governor George W. ;
P. Hunt, who delivered a stirring ad
dress in English and which was inter- i
preted for the Mexican pconle.
The celebration will be continued to
day with a parade starting at 5 o'clock,
and concluding with another program '
at the Empress theater tonight. The
celebration is being held under if.e '
auspices of la Sociedad Mexicana d. '
In his address last night Governor
Hunt called attention to the' war in Kri-
rope and said that lie was pleased to
say that there were hundreds of Mexi
cans now fighting side by side with the
white Americans in the struggle for i
"It has been my pleasure." said the
governor, "to have known many of the
Mexican people since I have been gov
ernor of this state. I can say with all
sincerity that they are lovers of Justice,
are true friends and good, people. We
in Arizona are closely associated .v i 1 1 1
Mexico and are always interested in !
the sister republic to the south. And
those of her people who come to Ari- ,
zona to live have learned that these
bonds are close. My desire is to see i
peace and harmony continue between '
the two nations for it means so much !
to Arizona as well as to the Republic
Doinq Their Share
"In the great war now bein? fought
for democracy the Mexican people are
doing their share. The Mexican .s a
brave man and he is a sincere man. He
Is a good worker and he is a good
"While the Republic of Mexico U
neutral, many of her sons and many
more who have gone from Arizona are
fighting now in France for this great
cause of democracv. It is the cause oi
Mexico as well as the cause of other
nations of the world who are deter
mined to stamp out autocracy.
1 am gratified at having the pleas
ure of being with you here tonight to
do my part In celebrating witji you the
freedom of Mexico and to do honor to
the memory of General Hidalgo, the
General Washington of Mexico. In
closing. I wish to thank you one and
all, and I say that as long as. I am
governor of this state, anvone of von
who needs advise or help may com-; to
my office at any time and I will do the
best I can to assist you."
The governor was applauded at al
most every period, as his address was
interpreted to the Mexican people. He
was introduced by el senor Yndaler io
Estrada, chairman of the meeting.
Among other speakers last night were
the consul of Mexico at Phoenix.
Perado. and Mateo Rodriguez. Music
was furnished by a Mexican hand, one
of the principal numbers on the musi
cal nrogram being the National hymn
ot Mexico. The Senoritas Enriciueia
Polanco and Adelina Mendivil giv
readings and poems upon the" patriot
Hidalgo. - .
The independence of Mexico and the
struggles leading up to it were re
viewed by all the speakers in Spanish.
With a handful of men it was shown
where Hidalgo succeeded in finally en
listing great forces against the Spanish
viceroys. The struggle to be free from
monarchial rule was described as one
that did not last for only a day or a
week, but that it took years; that the
people, like the people of the American
states, had grown , tired of the kings
and wished to govern themselves.
Theater is Crowded
Many were the "vivas" during the
reviews of the struggle for indepen
dence. Empress theater had never iie
fore witnessed such applause. Refer
ence was frequently made to the
United States and many were the com
pliments bestowed upon the great re
public to the north.
Because of the numbers who have
come from Mexito recently to work in
the cotton fields, there was more of
the "old country" Mexico seen at the
celebration last night than ever seer, in
such celebrations in the past. On ac
count of the strangers there was a ten
dency among the speakers to bring in
to all that was said a sense of harmony
and fellowship as existing between the
two nations and the sincere hope that
nothing would ever arise between the
two that would cause ill feeling or
Parade This Afternoon
The parade will start at 5 o'clock this
afternoon from the Empress theater
and move west to Third avenue, north
to the Mexican consulate at 359 North
Third avenue, thence south to Van
Buren, west to Seventh avenue, south
to Washington. West on Washingto i to
the capitol. returning east on Wash
ington street to Seventh avenue,
thence north to Adams, east on Ad.in s
to the Empress theater where there
will be a band concert at 8:30 o'clock.
The regular evening celebration, eon-,
sisting of addresses and music, will be-'
gin at 9:30 o'clock.
From a porter In a Phoenix baj'ber
shop to second lieutenant of infantry
In the National Army is the rise of
Thomas J. Crawford of this city. Cra v
ford formerly was employed in Paul's
barber shop. Entering officers' train
ing school, Crawford was one of onlv
107 colored men to receive commis
sions. He was made second lieutenant.
Following is part of a letter written
by him to a friend in Phoenix:
Third Co.. 6th Regiment, 164th D. R.
Detention Camp, No. 1,
Camp Funston, Kas..
September 9. 19! S.
I am again back to the old camp af
ter making the rounds of Camp Dodge
and Camp Pike. Lots of them sav I
am fortunate in getting back to the
same camp again, and I do like Fun
ston fairly well since I have mad.? a
few friends here: but 1 just wanted a
change. However. I will just make th
FORMER PORTER S
Em I ( Clear Your Skin
I III V Save Your Hair
In I 1 With Cuticura
I S 1 1 II SDap 25s
( II Inv Clntment25and50c
A Knox hat may ho looked
to with perfect confidence.
It will prove entirely sat
isfactory. And, you can
secure a style, now, which
will fit your personality
as well as your head.
McDousall & Cassou
ELVEY & HULETT
Phoenix Phone 4441
best of it. One is never satisfied, you
know. . -
I received my commission on the
26th of August, and after spending a
few days at home, reported here on Cie
5th of September tor duty. There were
1,296 officers who finished that school,
107 of whom were colored. 1 have been
out drilling recruits all morning. Tiic-y
are from Louisiana, and believe mc it
is some bunch.
Has Jackson been taken into the ser
vice yet? Give my kindest regards to
him and other friends.
THOS. J. CRAWFORD.
2nd Lieutenant Infant ry.
Following an altcrcaita over the
losing of a pasture gate, in which
John Doe Sadler . received a violent
fist blow in the face, R. A. Harer lajt
night caused to be issued by Judge
Charles D. Wheeler a warrant for the
arrest of Sadler charging assault with
a deadly weapon.
In his statement to 'Judge Wheeler,
Harer said that after the fist fight
Sadler walked away about forty feet
and. turning, tired two shots at him.
The trouble occured on the Indian road
about three miles from town. Sadler
was arrested by Deputy Ed Warren,
and immediately upon reaching the
sheriff's office furnished a $500 cash
bond for his appearance before Judge
Wheeler Tuesday morning.
County Jailer Ed Ruppert has found
an honest man. In fact, he is little
more than a boy, being not 21 years old.
However, the jailer received a call
yesterday from Jesse H. Comer, em
ployed by tne Southwest Cotton com
pany at Avondale.
He handed Ruppert a pocketbook,
which when opened was found to con
tain $5 in currency. Inside were cards
indicating the pocketbook is the prop
erty of" E. L. Hopkins. Roscoe, Texas.
Hopkins was formerly a deputy sher
iff. Ruppert said the owner may have
the pocketbook and contents by calling
at the sheriff's office and writing a note
of thanks to the boy.
THEATER BOX OFFICE
IS RIFLED OF CASH
C. A. Dickerson, manager of the Co
lumbia theater reported at the office
of The Republican that t-he box office
of the Columbia theater had been brok
en into late vasterdav afternoon and
the till rifled of J16.35.
Mr. Dickerson stated that the robbery
occurred yesterday afternoon between
u and 6 o'clock. According to the man
ager, access to the till had been gained
by prying open the window to the box
office. Mr. Dickerson stated that lie
suspected that the theft hatf been com
mitted by boys because the thieves took
currency and silver amounting to $16.35
and overlooked $53 in small change
which was also in the till.
Morley's Country Club opened il,s
winter cabaret season last night to the
biggest and best pleased crowd, that Ls
Primary and Advanced Instruction
Cordelia Kulburd, B.M.
Pupil of Rafael Joseffy and Madam
Studio 1229 N. First St.
HONEST BOY RETURNS
T MORLEY'S CL
Pffi FOR FOOD
Below is given 'the fair price list
prepared by the fair price committee
of Phoenix of the United States Food
administration to apply to the week
ending on Saturday, September 21.
The fair price committee does this
work in conformity with instructions
received from the United States Food
administration at Washington. S. J.
Buckingham, county food adminis
trator, is chairman of the fair price
committee. Donald Dunbar, deputy
Wheat flour, per 1-16 bbl. bag, 24 lbs...
Wheat flour (bulk), per lb
Parley flour, per 1-16 bbl. bag. 24 lbs.. .
Rarlev flour (bulk), per lb
Rye flour, per 1-16 bbl. bag, 24 lbs
Corn flour (bulk), per lb
Rice flour (bulk), per lb..
Cornmeal (bulk), per lb
Cornmeal (package). 5 lbs. or less....
Victory bread (price per loaf), 12 oz. ..
Oatmeal -hr rolled oats .bulk) per lb..
Oatmeal or rolled oats (package) per lb.
Rice, unbroken, standard quality, per lb.
Hominy or hominy grits, ier lb
Sugar, granulated (bulk) per lb
Bean, white, navy or pea (not lima) lb.
Beans, colored, pinto or any other col
ored variety, per lb
Potatoes, white or Irish, per lb
i Onion, per lb
i Canned tomatoes, standard grade, per
! 20 oz. (No. 2) can
Canned corn, standard grade, per 20
oz. (No 2) can
Canned peas, standard grade, per 20 oz.
i (No. 2) can
; Canned salmon, tall pink Alaska, per
; 16 oz. (No. 1) can
i Canned salmon, tall red Alaska, per 16
' oz. (No. 1 ) can
Evaporated milk (unswcetened( per 6
I Evaporated milk .unsweetened) per 16
oz. can f
-Milk, bottled, dipped) per tit
Butter, creamery, (tub print) per lb..
Oleomargarine, per lb
Eggs, (fresh) per doz
Cheese. American, lull cream (cut) lb..
, Lurd, pure leaf, (bulk) per lb
: Lard, pure leaf, (in tin) per lb
Lard substitute, bulk) per It)
Lard substitute, (in tin) per lb
Bacon, breakfast, sliced, (standard
grade) per lb
Pork chops, per lb
Ham, smoked, sliced, per lb
Round steak, per lb
Hens, year or more old, dressed not
drawn, per lb
Fish, fresh, plentiful variety, per lb..
been sent through the turnstiles since it I
opened its gates to the public. While j
two of the acts that were to show last
night failed to make the trains, they
had plenty of entertainment from the
moment the pleasure seexer entered the
driveway, decorated for the occasion
with beautiful Chinese flowers, to the
final dive from the eightfoot ladder
which closed the evening's entertain
ment. The Fashion show, while the lighting
of the stage could have been improved,
was a cleverly-offered stunt, that re
vealed a bevy of really shapely women
in smart riding gold, tennis, bathing and
outdoor togs quite the smartest that
have been seen locally. Miss Pearl
Fischer, a pretty girl, contributed a nice
ly balanced acrobatic act to the stage
Something NEW for Phoenix
The Opening of the
L. A. Button & Pleating Co.
16 N. 2nd Avenue
ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 17TH
We do pleating, hemstitching, picot edging in silver and gold, and make
all kinds of covered buttons, pinking and sponging. The ladies will find
it a great convenience to them. Kindly call and give us a trial. All
work guaranteed to be perfect.
School of Music
Piano, Singing, Violin,
Public School Music, Harmony, Expression
One year's class work, and History of Musie Classes free of charge to stu
dents of the school
Pupils Are Now Registering
THIS I K
county food administrator, is vice
chairman of the fair price committee
and is in active charge of the work.
Again the committee asks the people
to pay cash for commodities whenever
possible, or if credit is used, to settle
all bills promptly; to -carry small par
cels to their homes, not to make un
necessary exchanges, not to hoard, all
these tending to increase the cost of
Following are the figures for the
S1.32U $1.48 s
.06 'i .08
.11 'i .14 to .15
S .M7"; to .08 '4 .09 to .10 j
.08 1-3 .11 !
.12'-i to .31 .15 to .38 !
.lOU to , .11' . .13 to .14
.086 to .OSS .09';. to .10
.12U to .14'i .16 " to .17
.OS'i to .09'i .11 to .12
.03 1-3 to .03'; .04 to ,04'i
.04 to .05 .05 to .06
.13 to .14 .17U
.lO'.i to .12'i .12'i to .15
.12',i to .15 .15 to .20
.16U to .16'i. .19 to .20
.23 'i to .26 .30
.04 1-3 to .05 1-3 .06U to .07
.11 to .12 .12'- to .15
.54 .57 to .60
.27',i. to .29 .30 to .35
.26' to .27 U .35
.26'i to .27' .31 to .33
. .24 .30
.27 H .33 to .35
.50 to .51 'i .55 to .65
.83 to .36 U .40 to .50
.22 to .24 .30 to .35
20 to .21 .25 to .26
.10 to 15 .23
show, and Miss Inez Fanjoy, who is by
far the best woman diver and swimmer
to visit the city, was seen in two of the
highest dives ever attempted here by
either male or female. She alone is
worth the price asked at the gale.
The dance program was supplied by
the "Sunny" Jazz orchestra, and at no
time until past midnight were there
seats or tables enough to take care of
those who wanted to dance. The Fowl
ers entertained all evening with num
bers from their repertoire, and the first
night of the cabaret season at Morley's
portends a lot more if this is a fair
sample. The show lasts for the entire
week, and the acts will be on each
Use The Republican Classified Pages
for Results Read for Profit.
give instruction at reasonable rates of tuition
has received the following letter:
Office of the Chief of
451 Penn. Ave, Washington, D. C,
Sept. 6, 1318
1. As head of Lamson, Business Col
lege you are in a position to render
great service to the Government by en
couraging your students to qualify for
positions in Washington. This means
the taking of Civil Service test, but,
as you can see by the enclosed an
nouncement, the examination for sten
ographer and typewriter is not difficult
and the various supplemental registers
established make it possible for com
parative novices, who are capable, to
2. The War has created a need for
tin enormous army of stenographers
and typists, upon which depends in
large measure the success of the fight
ing army. The "typewriter" army at
this time is not sufficient to meet the
demands and this situation must be
remedied immediately if our fighting
army is not to suffer.
3. You have doubtless received ap
peals similar to this from other govern
ment departments and that fact should
increase rather than diminish the im
portance of this one. for. as the need
becomes greater, efforts to meet that
need must be redoubled. It is earnestly
requested that you use forceful method,,
in bringing this matter to the attention
of your students and graduates. It
should be put before them, not as a
business proposition, nor as an adven
ture, nor as an educational opportunity
(altho it may be all of these), but as
a matter of patriotism and humanity.
Trie sooner our troops are properly
equipped and sent abroad, the sooner
will the war be over and the fewer will
be the lives sacrificed.
4. Living conditions and expenses in
Washington are of course far from nor
mal, but there is no question that any
one who comes in the right spirit,
namely, that of "doing his bit," and
who is willing to economize and tolerats
comparatively trifling inconveniences,
will find the salary provided by the
Government adequate. Large dormi
tories are now being built. They will
be finished in a few months and will
provide reasonable and attractive liv
ing accommodations. Until these dor
mitories are completed, the Room Reg
istration Office, which has been estab
lished under Government direction, will
continue to assist all newcomers in
getting satisfactorily located. ;1
5. This department would appreciate
any suggestions you might have to
offer which would aid in securing sten
ographers and typists in greater num
bers than past efforts have done. It is1'
also requested that you report to this
office the steps taken by you in acting,
upon the appeal contained in this letter. .
(Signed) L. H. VAX DUSEX,
Major, Ord. Dept., U. S. A.
To meet this demand, the
I Business College
I 28 W. WASHINGTON STREET,
I PHOENIX, ARIZONA
: will organize a new class in Gregg
I Shorthand, Typewriting and auxiliary
j branches, ,
; MONDAY, SEPTEM
! and has employed another special
I teacher of shorthand.
For further information, call at the
College, or write to Col. E. M. Lamson,
Remember sale of milch cows, mule i
and mares today. N. W. of Six Points.
Steam's Ranch. Adv. bt
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