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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORX1XG, OCTOBER 26, 1918
PAGE NINE
Wanted Miscellaneous
'A K TinP.MU electric motors and
'. . n:n!fir lew inding. Elevators main
iiitH'l r 1 repaired. Vinson, ISO V.
( .i in .v. T'hon S.'iSR. t(
. VI I.I To borrow. jtiO to 17.
: -J ;.t T .-r tent. John Vanderwalker,
K. r. I' No. 4. Phoenix, tf
W A N 'I Kl -Finn- Ti77h disced and
. i i.j ij.uiey. ( all 1 302 E. Roosevelt
M in
U .vvn-.D ilupniolnie or Buick;
a:-t-r j.re:Vri'-il. Hox -S, Rcpub-
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l'ITI'"V AliVISC, 1VIE UKAI.TY
;. N. CENTKAI., l'UOEMX.
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tU. M 1. WE PAY llE.ST PIUCKS
' T'l: 1-1 l:ITl 'l:E AM) HOl'SK
1 1 1 '1 . ! p 1 ! Ji.i I PS ; NO JiKALEIl OI.'T-
MDS i s. i wi.r, t 'UA V. C. II.
l: i. l"i thp.V rn. rs
11 ! t TtU'J KAN-W. repair tnero.
I'mio.i. hue rurnl'ure Co, 3 South
Wanted Help, Male
W N"TKD -Man for assistant cash
ir work; mud be ahlo to furnish bond.
j'y I'.i.-'fin Cas and Electric Co., 2")
. v. a; -hiiiKtun. dp
i pickers wanted, near town.
!':.' 4 rents. Apply at Dili! East Van
la:rM. in
AM' fijLuUKD WOMAN to take
Jr.- Lome nm e a week anil take
. ire t 4 year old girl afternoons and
-it.:!'i.iy vrninpM. Salary $30. Family
tl Apply CIS N. 2nd Ave. Satur-
.iv ii.intiins. Jhift be in wood health.
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.i i I .UN M ENT NEEDS TUOl'S
VNI'S I I : KS Posit ions. Washing
l n ,... your state. Experience un
i'ii ...irv. (Joed salaries. Civil Ser-
, p ranii:i;itiitn No. Dec. 7, Phoenix.
Men. Wmiien: Girls IS ami over desir
v..e positions write today. Free partie
' .i'rs f nt immediately. Columbia
hool of Civil Service. Dept. 117, Jor-'-
1 ''jr.. Wniliinrtnn, D. i '. 11-h
u AMT.D-A young girl to help with
" ii work and tare of baby. Phone
.1" rln
N. ' 1 ' I I A mun U-ith enmn fqnll'.l
i'i invest in the best selling artlclo that
1 a ever been put before the public,
automatic barb wire stretcher that
1 .'. s the wire past tho post. E. L.
.' r. Kerstlner Motel. It
I :. 1 EKIENCED machine hands and
m ire) eis at Arizona Laundry Co., 3rd
. i AIjibi. dn
ANTED Healthy man, for steady
si h krnom work; prefer those of de-r-.irtinent
store experience. S. H.
K A.- Co. dn
KAI.HEU wanted for Saturday $6.00
r aranteed, 6 S. 2nd Ave. W. Howard.
dm
AHHANGEMENT-S for classes In
Spanish will be made at the T. M. C.
v Monday evening at 7:30. Both sexes
r) Clhle. tf
A - T K 1 P Si4 IPMItlii 1 : trnttd Kui
i:
"t'lris cit Dixie hotel, J'hoenix, any
ii'ic. tun
WANTED- I'axikkeeper with some
' "Wloilfte of typewrltlnir. Address
' ,itinT see. experience, married or
.iiKle, health. Address A. B. B., Repub
' m. dm
WANTED Laborers nt the I'hoenix
rron I'd Co., corner 7th and Grant
' dm
rildENIX EMPLOYMENT BU
r.r.AC ALL KINDS OF HELP FUR
NISMTD O.V SHORT NOTICE. 117
S FIRST ST. PHONE 1775. tf
Wanted Help, Female
WANTED Girl, who is both stenos
'pb r '"I bookkeeper. See Mr. Todd,
. A. .M fr. Co., l::tli Ave. and llar-
WANTED A woman to care lor
onvaieseent rhild; during the day
i!y. Mrs. Holt, 3 West Adams St.
,.-.! v dn
W A ST ED
l!rn Tri1"'
A woman conk at
the
dm
WANTED Intelligent ladies to rep
I'wrt the NuRone Corset Co.; work
ironi own home: earn $10 to $;0 a
eek; f r e Instructions. Write for
i' run nil plans. NuHone manager,
.' E. rh St Ts Angeles. Calif. dn
ANTED Chambermaid for the
Denver hotel. 11-10
WANTEIp An experienced waitress
-i''rr-nr, RAotaurnnt. tf
Wanted Help, Male and
Female
PARTY with some money and Rood
ecormnendation to drive laundry wa
roo. See iYank E. Bellamy, 21 North
I"1 Ave. dn
Money to Loan
HAVE YOUR money enrn you 15 per
en: : can sell you contracts and cs
i lows secured bv good improved prop
erty, see Wm. Shaw, Vcndome hotel.
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WANTED TO JiOHKOW $300.00,
rood inti'iest. security Overland tour
! c nr. Hot 4Si P.ernblirnn. dm
11 NDS for tialt liiver Valley
ranches. Franklin D. Lane, 6. W.
Adams St.. Phone 12"4. tf
MONEY To LOAN on improved
'ty property or for building purposes
at lnwest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 North
! nr! Ave. tf
Lost and Found
i LOST Black patent leather bac.
' l:rvi-roft trimmiiitr: valued as a gift.
, Notify Helen Sullivan, Gilbert, Arii.
Phn R'ltH. Gilbert at my expense.
dn
; I-i'T H twern I'hoenix and Eos
f Arcrirs, a puit case enntaininir centle
I mar s r;iruur appnrel. I'imler please
f end name to A. .1. Menard. 1602 Grand
I Ave, riioenix, Ariz, and receive reward.
dn
STRAYED A lamei spotted Jersey
fnw. frrh and drborned. Kindly call
!i M-. nriccs. tf
fTKAKD U S'l'oEEN I Hrohn
Jersev belfrr, nv.c earl in SI, near Re
remid ranc-h, north of Phoenix: no
rand, no mark, reward for informa
t Cn. P. 7.. Van Ornum. R. V. D. No.
Fit 11. dm
LOST Cameo pin. set Willi pearls,
prized very highly as keepsake from
trraed husband. Kinder please rail
Mrs Ptrmon, 15. dm
lA''T Gifxl.vear rasin on rim. 30x
. road poing north from Tolleson.
Notify Moore & O'llagcn Garage,
".lenrtale. dm
Iap-ST A a k of children's clothes
loo cen I'hoenix and Hot Springs,
I'lnJrr please return to til4 South 4th
Business Chances
17 ROOM hoipxe, furnished, terms,
.-.iin. T'hnne 209.1.:. W-h
,11 I.I.Y I . J t ll'l KIP CAItAGK, rlnins
i f'.il lins.m s in :i piki.I locution, (iff
t tw- w.ir !.'". l:n IS 1: p. dn
WAN'i'l.li Tit I'liv ml'Mst in ti'V-
1 i.U!mmv. Hi.N. KiS, Kcputf-
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1 Tin- lHiMiiNiu Classified Alls
1 r Remits Read for Profit,
Announcements
MENTAL SCIENCE COLLEGE. Jan.
1; enroll for health. il'i Grand ave.
Special Notices
NOTICE to real estate agents and
to those interested. -My property on
North Central avenue is withdrawn
from the market. Josephine A. P.ogers.
dm
Auto Time Table
ir-ii ririrt iriri)iii ii tjurJjnfi
EARLY MORNING STAGE for
Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re
publican office at 4:30 A. M., daily.
Phone S46. W. .T. Rose. tf
P1IOENIX-GLENDALE
AUTO STAGE
Stations:
Phoenix Berryhill Corner
Glcndale E J. Flock's
Stages Run Every Half Hour
Leaves Glcndale Leaves Phoenix
7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
to to
6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Night Service
Leave Phoenix 9:00 p. m., 10:00 p. rn.
Phone Clendale 23 tf
KGYPT STAGK CO.
Seven passenger cars to Tempe
Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Goodyear
Cotton Camps.
Cars every hour from 7 a. m. until
11 P. M. daily.
Phone 711 110 N. Central Ave.
BROOKS STAGE LINE
TOLLESON CASHTON AVON-
DALE COTTON CAMPS
Stages leave 112 East Washington
Street at 8 A. M., 10 A. M., 13 A. M.,
Z f. M.. 4 P. M.. and 6 V. M.
Telephone 4127 tf
CADILLAC "8" SERVICE
GLOBE-MIAMI via ROOSEVELT
Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily.
Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily.
SUPERIOR-RAY
Leave Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Leave Superior 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Leave Ray at 7:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m
42 South Central
Phone 1465 tf
Awnings
AWNINO AND CAMPINO SEASON
now on. We make everything known
that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe
nix Tent and Awning Co., cornor First
find Monroe Sts.. Phone 1411. tf
Barber Supplies
Razors and safety blades sharpening
our specialty.
RLAXTON. 21 W. WASH tf
Chiropractic
G. D. GLAUS, D. C. 35 E. Washinpr-
ton street, snine specialist tf
Dr. Geo. JI. Wahlenmaler. Licensed
Chiropractor, Room 210 National Bank
of Arizona Bldsr. Phone 4221. dp
DR. E. E. HELFRICH. Licensed
chiropractor. 218 West Washington.
Phone 4fi03. tf
Cleaning and Pressing
SCITS CLEANED and pressed; la
dies' garments remodeled, relined. Em-
pi-ess Cleaning ci- 22 E. Wash St
Phone IL'HIi. opposite Donofrio's. 11-S
Chiropodist
iAeeweeeeeeeeeeeewepvwwwwiWP
CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal
louses removed; painless and blood
less; 60c each; moles, warts, etc., re
moved by electricity. 29-31 East
Adams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704.
tf
Carpet Cleaning
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
carpets cleaned. The Electric Carpet
Cleaners. Phone 733. tf
FRANTZ PREMIER electrio carpet
cleaners for sale and rent. Eay
monthly terms. V. F. Potter, S3l W.
Washington St. Phone 1249. tf
It makes no difference What your
wants may be, you can have them
supplied by using and reading The Re
publican's Classified Pages Arizona's
fading Advertising Medium.
Use The Republican Classified Ads
for Results Read for Profit.
BRINGING UP
Collections
LOCAL and out of town collections
handled with dispatch. United Credi
tors' Association. National Bank of
Ariz. Phono 4 !!.
Corsetiere
GOODWIN CORSETS for style.
comfort. Miss Regine Faerber, 240 N.
2nd Ave. Phone 8707.
SPIRELLA CORSETS. Nora Smith.
Route 2, Phoenix. Ariz. Phone 8798. tf
SPIRELLA CORSETS Mrs. Kuhl-
welm, 344 North Second Ave. Phone
1738 or 8707. tf
MRS. C. L. HOLT. NuBone Cor-
seftere. 314 North Third Ave. Phone
2S25. tf
Hides
PELTS, wool, hide. We pay highest
prices for all kinds of junk. Automo
biles to wreck. Effron Co. Phone
132. 100!t E. Madison. tf
Maternity Hospitals
MATERNITY CUT TAG E now open
for maternity cases. Expert lady
physician and nurse. Reasonable rates.
620 W. Jefferson St. Phone 1902. tf
Dressmaking
MODISTE
MRS. R. TATUM
303 North First Street. Phone 1218
11-dl
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER
Will call and do your dressmaking.
Phone 83-2. 11-1
DRESSMAKER, will sew at home
or go out by day. Phone 2889. tf
MRS. ETTA SCANLON
Fashionable dressmaking. Residence
127 N. Second St. Phone 8813. tf
Hemstitching
HEMSTITCHING, plcoting. covered
buttons. The Hemstitch Shop, 33 W.
Monroe St.. Phone 3?4. 1 1 -til
Millinery
LADIES' HATS made to order. Re
modeling. 128 North Third Street. tf
Public Stenographer
Miss Houghton. 48 Fleming. 1789. tf
Piano Tuning
HARRl' A. SLEHi Expert piano tun
lng aiid repairing, $3. 10 years' ex
Derience with the Steinway piano fac
tory. All work absolutely guaranteed.
306 E. Van Buren. Phone 2151. lip
CHARLES W. COLB. expert piano
tuning and repairing. Player pianos
a specialty. Graduate of the l aust
School of Tuning, Boston, Mass. All
work guaranteed. AH orders will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
Consult me for prices. Phone 4629,
tf
Photographers
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS
Electric Studio. 37 W. Adams St. Pinsr
Pong Photos, 3 positions, 10c doz. Post
Cards, 3 for 25c: 60c doz. tf
Patent Agency
HAZZARD & MILLER '
B06 Central Bids., Sixth and Main, L. A
H. Miller. 8 yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of.
Hazzard's P.ook on Patents Free, tf
Restaurant
CALD7-ORNIA RESTAURANT
35 North First Ave.
Try our Special 40c Dinner, 11? 30
A. M., to 8:30 P. M.
Short Orders All Day tf
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Short Orders All Night
35 North Center St.
YEE SING. Tot.
tf
Turkish Baths
SULPHUR VAPOR BATH. $1.60
Shower. 35c Ladies dept. 137 N. Cen
tral. Phone 4215.
tf
Sewing Machines
THE NEW HOME SEWING MA
chine company guarantee is unlimited.
New machines, second hand machines,
all makes, $5 and up. We rent ma
chines. 331 W. Washington St., Phoe
nix. Phone 1249. H. F. Pools man
a ger. It
It makes no difference what your
wants may be you can have them
supplied by using and 'reading The
Republican Classified pages Arizona's
Leading Newspaper.
FATHER
L L THE STORC FOR MF - Ar ff S ---V," ONLt WAY To NUND TELL1N MEL
feS gCFCgMJ I ARE TOLD. j V FlNOQ0TY JWHKTOO AT T THE
) M 1 -u
. 9 1 I" ft WHAT 00 Y00 MEAN - : J I VU juT
Transfer and Storage
" " -i pjnnnj-truijijvxnAAi
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling.
Flrerpoof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526.
tf
Undertaking & Embalming
MOORE & McLELLAN
Funeral directors and emhnlmern
829 West Adams St. Phone 601. tf
I t. wiif mi
New location. 134 West Adams
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcanizing
promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-
town work solicited. Arizona Vulcan-
izingr Works. 207 West Washington.
Legal Advertising
NOTICE
OF
CALL FOR BIDS ON PROVISIONS
SEALED proposals, addressed to
Commission of State Institutions of
Arizona, at State House. Phoenix. Ar
izona, and endorsed "Proposal For Fur
nishing Provisions" will be received by
the said Commission until Tuesday,
October 29, at 2:30 o'clock P. M. and
will be opened In the presence of the
bidders at the above time and place.
and thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED
Certified check for five per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as liq
uidated damages it successful bidder
fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT
MARKED ON ENVELOPE, AS RE
QUIRED. WILL NOT BE CONSID
ERED. Specifications may be obtained
upon application to the Commission of
State institutions. Prices must be f. o.
b. Ft" Grant.
The Commission reserves the right
to accept or reject part or all of any
bid, to divide between two or more bid
ders or to waive any informalities in
any bid, as 'the interests of the state
may require.
THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN
STITUTIONS.
NOTICE
OF
CALL FOR BIDS ON CHIMNEYS
SEALED proposals, addressed to
Commission of State Institutions of
Arizona, at State House, Phoenix, Ari
zona, and endorsed "Proposal For Fur
nishing Chimneys" will be received by
the said Commission until Monday, Oc
tober 28 at 2:00 o'clock P. M. and will
be opened In the presence of the bid
ders at the above time and place, and
thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED
Certified check for five per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as liq
uidated damages if successful bidder
fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT
MARKED ON ENVELOPE. AS RE
QUIRED, WILL NOT BE CONSID
ERED. Specifications may be obtained
upon application to the Commission of
State Institutions. Prices must be f.
o. b. Phoenix.
The Commission reserves the right
to accept or reject part or all of any
bid, to divide between two or more bid
ders or to waive any informalities rn
any bid, as the Interests of the State
may require.
THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN
STITUTIONS.
NOTICE
OF
CALL FOR BIDS ON ELECTRICAL
MATERIAL
SEALED proposals, addressed to
Commission of State Institutions of
Arizona, at State House, Phoenix, Ari
zona, and endorsed "Proposals for fur
nishing Electric Material" will be re
ceived by the said Commission until
Saturday. October 26, 1918 at 10 A. M.
and will be opened in the presence of
the bidders at the above time and
place, and thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED
Certified check for five per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as liq
uidated damages if successful bidder
fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT
MARKED ON ENVELOPE, AS RE
QUIRED. WILL NOT BE CONSID
ERED. Specifications may be obtained
upon application to the Commission of
State Institutions. Prices must be f. o
b. Tucson. Ariz.
The Commission reserves the right to
accept or reject part or all of any bid.
to divide between two or more bidders
or to waive any informalities in anv
bid, as the interests of the State may
require. THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN
STITUTIONS. Use The Repubican Classified Pages
for Results Read for Profit.
(Copyright
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FINANCES AND
- MARKETS
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK, Oct. 25. The most ob
vious effect of the step taken yesterday
by the local money committee to reduce
bank loans was a further curtailment
of operations on the stock exchange
today.
Active selling at the outset was at
tended by declines of one to four points
in the most vulnerable issues, but
much of this loss was quickly recov
ered while here and there a few note
worthy gains were established.
Next to L-nited States Steel, which
moved in a narrow groove and closed
at one point loss, the most active stock
was Mexican Petroleum". From its ini
tial decline of almost four points, rapid
recovery was made, ending at a gain of
6 points.
Other oils, American Smelting, some
of the motors, Sumatra Tobacco, and
low grade coalers finished at advances,
but the general list developed heavi
ness later, rails and equipments again
yielding to pressure. Total sales
amounted to 600.000 shares.
Foreign issues reacted moderately
with Liberty bonds and the general do
mestic group on more contracted deal
ings. Total sales par value aggregated
$8,273:000. Old United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
BRADSTREET'S REVIEW
NEW YORK, Oct 25. Bradstreet's
tomorrow will say:
"Trade at wholesale has receded at
many eastern points, and conservatism
born of peace talk has set in, without,
however, abating the governments
war-directed energies. Distribution
from the hands of retail dealers has
been adversely affected by the effects
of influenza and warm weather, while
Industrial outputs have been curtailed
by illness among workers. With the
epidemic o influenza waning, discus
sions about peace are receiving more
attention, perhaps tho most attention,
and superficial prospects in that re
spect tend to deter merchants from op
erating freely for 1919, while also sup
erinducing a disposition to affect can-cellat'""-
although complaints of in
sufficient sunplies of merchandise still
are numerous. The central fact is that
merchants, espeeiallv those in the east.
seem more content to trade in accord -
"GO TO HELL," HE i
TOLD HUN OFFICERS
mat'
Major Whittlesey.
Major Charles M. Whittlesey, a
former New York lawyer, nd his
battalion were surrounded for five
days by a German force and cut off
from all assistance. The Hun lead
ers sent Whittlesey a note tellinz
him that his men were surrounded
and ought to surrender to save them
selves. Whittlesey crumpled up th
note and said, "Tell them all to go to
hell." The battalion repulsed three;
strong1 attacks and finally was
rescued by .CoL Eugene Hauton.
regiment.
1917 by International News Service)
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Atteoifcion
Cotton Growers
I have two 1-ton trucks. Just the thing you need "
for hauling your cotton to gin or for any other haul
ing to and from the ranch. These trucks are equipped
with self-starter and electric lights.
Almost new, and in first class condition. Don't miss
this if you need a truck. Will sell for any reasonable
offer'. " See Mr. Fuller at Southwestern Livestock
Exchange over Santa Fe Ticket Office. Adams &
Center Sts.
ance with current requirements and to
li t developing events shape their fu
ture course.
Weekly bank clearings $7,252,133,000.
LIVESTOCK
Chicago
CHICAGO, Oct, 25. Hogs receipts,
is. 000; steady. Butchers, $16.60
17.50: light, $ 15.75 a 17.10: packing,
m.25015.75: rough. $1 3.50 (ii 14.25;
pigs, good to choice, $13.0014.25.
Cattle receipts, 7,000; steady to
strong; choice beef cattle, $15.50
10.60; common, $9.6015.50; butcher
cows and heifers, $6.750114.00; canners,
$r,.75g 6.75; choice stockers, $10.25
12.75; common, $7.50(10.25; choice veal
calves, $16.0016.50; western beef
steers. $14.0017.25; cows and heifers,
$3.5012.50.
Sheep receipts, 10,000; etrong to
higher.
Denver
DENVER, Oct. 25. Cattle receipts,
900; market strong; beef steers, $8.60
013.50; cows and heifers, $6.50(9)9.00;
stockers and feeders, $7.0012.50;
calves. $8.00 10.00.
Hops receipts, 200; market steady;
top, $17.00; bulk, $16.5016.90.
Sheep receipts, 1,200; market steady.
Lamb.i, $14.50(ffla.50; ewes, $7.508.25;
feeder lambs, $12.0014.50.
Post This in Your
Telephone Directory
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Number
OF
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The Republican in order to obviate former diffi- !i
culties of reaching Republican by telephone has j;
installed a private exchange connecting all de- jf;
partments of the paper. We trust you will here- !
after enjoy better service in this connection. jj
By
GRAIN
CHICAGO, Oct. 25. Close. Corn,
Nov, 1.27; Dec, 1.22;. Oats, Nov,
71; Dec, 70. Pork. Nov., 5.10; Jan..
40.00. Lard, Nov, 24.70; January, 24.60.
Ribs, Nov, 21.25; January. 21.97.
METALS
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. Lead nni
changed. Spot 805, Spelter steady;
East St, Louis spot, 8.70 8. DO.
COTTON
NEW YORK, Oct, 25. Tho cotton
market today closed steady at a net
advance of 33 to 45 points.
INVENTIONS
A craze for invention is sweepins '
the country. Many a man who has t
never been able to invent an excuse to
hand the wife for getting home late
is now accomplishing wonderful things.
Already 2,000.000 appliances for the de
struction of U-boats have reached the
patent office- One man has evolved a
brick boat, built entirely of brick from
the keel to the crow's nest The chief
value of this construction Is that the
brick boat will fool the wisest of U
boats. It sinks as soon as It is launched
and the U-boats are never able to
find It.
Use The Republican Classified Pages
for Results Read for Profit.
THE
IS
3
George McManus

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