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THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 4, 1915
123 50 20
AS IT TJAS
YEARS AGO.
.'X3Cbbsl litem thp FHes of The Bridgeport Farmer)
X OXE HUNDRED YEARS AGO
ONB CENT REWARD. . x
Bn away from the subscriber,
(J70 of January, 1816) a servant
boy, by the name of DAVID HULL,
seed 16 years; about .6 . feet, . two
inches nigh.; took with hiii one suit
of black broad -cloth, one suit mix
colored clothes, . three ; pair of shoes,
and sundry other articles.
All persons are hereby forbid
HAHBOURINQ.i employing or trust
Ins; said servant, on penalty - of the
law. The above REWARD, but no
Charges by me will be paid, MOSES
S"AY LO R. . ; , ' :
Greens -Farms, "Feb. ! 8rd,, 1816.
sosnxxw coajstctg.
- The friends and acquaintances of
the -subscriber are informed that Ms
Mn in now ready t to receive in
Corn. Rye, Oats, Pork, Floor, &c, &o.
. lo carry on Freight. .
, All those who favour him with
their custom will receive, the. thanks
f their humble servant.
WILLIAM DEFOREST. tt , r
Bridgeport, Fab. . 1st, 181B.
.' ' r :. FOB SAXJE. ' ' . '
A. GOOD HOUSE and BARN and
suter buildings, and two acres of
land, lying in North Stamford, near
Ihe Presbyterian meeting-house. Any
person wishing to purchase. Call on
; PETER BROWN, him of Stamford.
, February, 2nd,. 1815.
.-.?
FIFTY YEARS AGO.
NATJGAT U OK. R.ULROAD. ,
The following are the receipts and
exuesnses of this road 'for the' year
.ending Dec. 31st, 1864
Receipts from Freight
. ' " , Passengers . - .
" Mail .
- .. " i Express . . . .
" other sources .
$203,282.68
138,440.41
4,550.00
T 4,000.00
- 8,994.53
Total ....... 1360.167.62
Total expenses .". 60,298.59
leaving the . net gain for ,
f the rear applicable to
dividends . $14,90.72
The Directors have declared a
se-mL-annual dividend- of 6 per cent
upon the stock, .free of T7. 3. tax, out
of the earnings of the last six months
of 1864, and payable on the 16th of
.thla month.
It is stated in Washington that the
yrovost-Marshall-General has decid
' d that such persons ' as were drafted
on the last call, and furnished sub
stttutes for' three years, were exempt
but for one ye air only, the district
receiving credit for two one year
men. A good joke on somebody.
The Democrats of - old Mllf ord at
' Cheir caucus last evening, selected
the following gentlemen as their del
egates to, the several Conventions.
State Isaac T.. Rogers, wnx .
Fond, . Lemuel Pond, Henry J. Bria
jtoL i ' ' , '
" "Congressional John H. WIngfleld,
Junes Sweet, F. B. Burns, David EL
Dur&nd. -;
, Senatorial Nathan G. Tomllnson,.
Charles yan Horn, Edwin P. Munson,
Urban C Stowe. . . . .
' TWENTY YEARS AGO.
caped. It is believed . that the loss
will reach $70,000, as many of the
tools were valuable. The" business
was started in 1877 and the company
was incorporated in 1884 a capital of
$125,000. The officers are: B. n. wil
mot, president; F. A. Wilmot, secre
tary; W. F. Hobbs, treasurer.
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"&ILER'S HALL 1TBB.
Fire at 8:80 last night abruptly
terminated two dances in Sailer's hall
building, and only , by the best1 or
luck, did many persons escape t seri
ous injury in the mad "rush made for
the exits : when the fact that the
building was ablaze' became known.
Altogether there were aDout i
people in the building, 200 at. the
dance of the Wheeler & wnson mcs
Benefit association on the first floor
in Germania hall, and over ouu at
the sociable of the Ivy Leaf sociable
club in the main hall on the second
floor. ' . . '
The fire originated In the Cloak
room on the first floor, directly un
der the stairs leading to the second,
probably from matches in a --coat
pocket. When discovered by the 'at
tendant at the cloak room, Mrs.
Smith, the blaze was already well un
der way. Special Officer Keenan on
duty at the hall sei to work .to clear
the buildings and- many got safely
and quietly ' before ' fright, seized the
dancers. The frenzied crowd pouring
from both halls met at the top of the
first stairs and men and women" were
thrown , violently down the stairs.
Capt. Madden wa& overcome by
smoke and had to be ; carried out. :
The fire was subdued after . an
hour's -hard fighting and the loss is
estimated ' at . $1,600, : covered by in
surance. Among ; the girls who lost
their hats and coats were: Misses
Essie and Kate Burgess, f Nellie Sul
livan. Mamie . Delaney; Lizzie Kelly,
Jennie and - Ida Howitz, Mamie An
drews, Mamie Brady, Nellie Clark,
Maggie Rooney and Kitty Crotty. The
halls will be repaired by- Thursday
night and the ' events advertised for
that evening will be head. .
Ex-Premier of Italy .
Denies Neutrality Talk
.
Rome, Feb. 4. Giovanni Glolittfc the
former premier, is ' making an effort
to discredit reports that he has agreed
with Prince von Buelow, the German
ambassador, that Italy must maintain
its neutrality at all costs. To this end
a letter written' by Slgnor Gdolitti to.
a deputy has tbeen published here. In
which the former says ,he. has known
Prince von Buelow many years and
has high esteem for his talents and
character. He always found the dis
tinguished German a friend of Italy,
although, naturally, placing the inter
ests of his own country .first. When
the prince lived In Rome as a private'
individual .the former premier says.
he went to see him often. Since he
has been here as ambassador -they
have exchanged visits - but discussed
the war only academically; - without
touching upon the attitude -of Italy.
In closing his letter Signor , GiOIittl
says he regards war was a misfortune
to be faced only when necessary for
the honor or great interests of the
country. . H does not consider it per
missible to drag the country into war
because of; setnment toward other
countries. In the present condition of
Europe he ibelieves it - might be possi
ble for Italy to obtain enough without
war. ' -
GET-DIVORCE-EAST
: WljNOTG IN NEVADA
Feb. !
"SEA IS FREE," SAYS
WINSTON CHTTRCHIUi
Carson City, Nev., Feb. 4 Advo
cates of quick divorce swarmed into
Carson City from every part of the
State today and bore down upon the
Legisature to demand . that the ' old
easy divorce law be re-enacted, doing
away with i the present law, which
makes divorce more dlfncut.
Many persons opposed to easy di
vorce, most of whom are women,
came here to fight the new move.
Last night the Aassemby passed the
bill. " This has put the 'easies' in a
high state of jubilation and the antis
are clouded In gloom. ' .
' So many persons came from Reno
that business here practically was
suspended for yesterday. A large
number of the "easies" are business
men, who have depended on the get
quick divorce . colony- for much of
their, trade. : :
WORE WHOLE STORE
ON HIS LONE BACK
There win be a hearing In the pro
! bate court Monday on the admission
'to probate of the will of the late Dr.
Fanyou. A. life Interest in all of his
property is. left to his wife, at her
1 death to be equally divided among
the testator's children. . .
Thomas Walsh, an elderly gentle
man livfing : on Pembroke street,
slipped on the lea in, his front yard
this forenoon and, broke a bone in
' the thumb of his right hand. .
' , . ..
.The Bridgeport Medical society
, meet at the house of Dr. Topping-this
evening. . Dr. T; Lynch will read a
paper on "The Heilserum and its Ap
plication to Treatment of ; Diphtheria.
-
SATOIiU EST HABTFORD.
. Hartford, ' Feb'. ' 4. -Mgr. Satolli
said. mass in St. Joseph's; cathedral
this morning assisted; by ' Rev. - Dr.
Donovan, Chancellor of the , diocese,
and v Rev. Dr. McGuirk.- Satolli left
tfor Washington on the morning
train. .. . ' '
Most Rev. Francis Saiolli, Papal
delegate, stepped off an express train
that reached this city at 10:05' -this
morning, and was met by Father
Cremin of St- Augustine's church. He
was driven to the parochial residence
where he - remained until 1 o'clock
when he was driven to the station and
' boarded the 1:33 train south. : . 1
Frank Shannon while cutting meat
' this forenoon made an ugly gash on
his knee with a cleaver. He was
taken to the Emergency. -
- -- . . '
' United States Treasurer Morgan
. arrived in town this morning for a
short sty. , f
again" oaoeEsr.
. - Xondon, . Fob. 4. The Antl-Parnell
; members of Parliament met today
land elected Justin McCarthy chair-
i man for the session. ; Mr. John Red
mond will move an amendment; to
, -f the address In reply- to the Queen's
speech demanding- an immediate ap
peal to the country on tlse ground of
the governments failure to carry
: Home Rule. . ; '
Paris,. Feb 4. "For the first time
in history. England can say 'the sea
is free," declared Winston Spencer
Churchill, Great Britain's first lord of
the admiralty in an interview with
Hughes Leroux, editor of the Matin.
'.In the days when you and we fought
each other," he continued, "our. most
important victories never brought us
security comparable with that which
enjoy today. Ever after Trafalgar
we knew nothing like it: v .
"Supposing Germany has friendships
and relation shins in South America.
how can help reach her from thera
now? There remains the United States.
Public opinion there hesitated, per
haps, In bestowing '-ts sympathies, -but
at the present moment it is fully uni
fied. ' We shall arrange to take pre
cautions fully , compatably with the
rights of belligerents and the respec
due to neutrals. .
"Our adversary perhaps can obtain
a few supplies from. Turkey and Asia
Minor. I cherish -' illusions, for as
long as there are neutrals a complete
blockade must be a chimera. Ger
many will continue to receive a small
quantity of that whereof she has con
siderable need, but while you and we
breathe freely, thanks to the sea we
'have kept and ; can . keep "open. Ger
many is like a man throttled with a
heavy gag. Ton know the effect of
such a gag when action is necessary.
The effort wears out -, the v heart, and
Germany knows it. This pressure
shall not be relaxed until she gives
in unconditionally, for even" if you of
France and our ally Russia, should
decide to withdraw from." the . strug
gle, which is Inconcelviable, we Eng
lish would carry on the war to the
bitter end. -
"The action of a navy necessarily is
slow, but the pressure it exercises on
an adversary is unrelenting. Com
pareit to the forces of nature, to the
inexorable grip of winter , and remem
ber that it is a stress nothing can .re
sist." .- . .',: '
SLINGSBY CHILD, AMERICAN
GIRL'S SON DECLARED HEIR .
1 TO $500,000 IN ENGLAND
, ' i ; i r i i i !
Judge Rejects Charge That Mother's Real Son Died and
Infant' Was Substituted, Noting Resemblance
- to Parents.
London. Feb. 4 The Probate Court
decided today that the son of Charles
R.- Slingsby is the legitimate heir to
the : $500,001) baronial propertyof the
Slingsby family in -Yorkshire.1 The
case has been , before the courts al
most two years.' "
Charles R. Slingsby, formerly r a.
lieutenant in the . British navy and
afterward a resident of San Francis
co, is in posseession of the property
Which was devised to. his offspring.
When he . asked the court to confirm
the succession a younger brother pro
tested on the ground that the child
was not a ' legitimate son, but ah in
fant substituted by . the , lietenant's
wife when her own child died.
Since the case .has been on trial
evidence has been taken in California
and records produced there to prove
the child the legitimate son and heir
of the Slingsbys. v ,
' Substitution Charge Untrue ,
The Probate Judge said that after
an - exhaustive review of the evidence
he had come to the conclusion that
Mrs. Slingsby had given birth to this
child or- September 1, .1910, in San
Francisco, and that the -statement
that 'she had put forward another
child was untrue and invented 'for
the purposes of the cases.-
' The 'judge in reviewing ; the case
censured the manner in which: the m-
quiry was handled, and depositions
taken in San Francisco, and he laid
emphasis upon his impression of the
utter unreliability, of the - witnesses
opposing the claim ,of the Infant
Slingsby. , -.; ; -v ' . '
The Judge declared: ' i
"There is another matter in " this
case which is conclusive. I have
watched the little boy in court, and
I have been much impressed with the
extraordiainry likeness of- the. boy to
Mrs. Slingsby. Moreover ( It is dif?
f icult to speak of Mr. Slingsby in his
presence), but he "has a full, round
face and a peculiarly shaped jaw,, and
the boy is a counterpart of his father
in these respects. I felt so strongly
on these matters that I called in a
personal friend, a well-known artist.
Sir George Frampton. I did hot tell
him my view. I merely asked him to
come into court .and. watch. , ...
'. Artist Notes Hesemblance . .' -.-
"Sir George immediately noted the
extarodinary' resemblance of the boy
to his father. , -i
"The mother .was not' present that
day,", the Judge continued. "Sir
George said he would like to see her,
as he had noticed an odd shape of the
boy's left ear, which did hot resemble
that of his father. Accordingly Mrs.
Slingsby was brought to - my room
and introduced to the artist, who im
mediately observed the extraordinary
similarity between, the left ear of the
mother and the left ear of1 the son.
So far as I know the child could not
have these pecularities . unless they
were congenital."
Regarding the San Francisco des
positions the judge said: "It is impos
sible not to be struck with the fact
that we have very unscrupulous peo
ple to deal with in this case." -
. t "' Mother An American. " :
San . Francisco, Feb. 4 Lieutenant
Charles Henry Reynard Slingsby, for
merly of the British., Navy, married
an , American girl, Dorothy .Cutler
Morgan.. The couple lived for some
years on the Pacific coast Teddy
Slingsby, ' their son, today declared
heir to the Slingsby fortune, was' born
here in the fall of 1910.
Three years latere it became known
that the birth certificate had - been
altered at the direction of the board
to read: ("Paul Colvln, father?, Lillian
Anderson, mother."
' At the same time there came Into
evidence an advertisement Inserted in
a San Francisco morning newspaper
within a few days of the time of the
birth, and purporting to be, in the
handwriting of Mrs. Slingsby calling
for a new-born male infantv
THOMAS TELLS
WILSON RAILROADS
ARE GAINING
Chicago, Feb. 4 That Israel San-
dock was a remarkable dresser was
justified from', his ' petition In bank
ruptcy, filed 'today in the Federal
Court. He scheduled his personal
wardrobe as his only asset.
The list included 57 suits of clothes.
175 fancy waistcoats, : 132 pairst of
trousers, 30 extra coats and waist
coats, 79 overcoats, 27 evening suits,
80 Tuxedo coats, 10 frockcoats, 14
raincoats, 144 hats, 74 caps, 97 pairs
of socks, 75 suits, of underclothing.
110 shirts and 50 dozen collars.
"This beats , Soloman in all his
glory, commented ' Judge Land is.
Sandbck's address was No. 84 Wesfc
Harrison street, and thither the court
sent an Investigator. ; V
The latter came back with the news
that - Sandock was in the clothing
business, and had scheduled his whole
stock as his personal wardrobe.
E ASTON
A whist will be given in the Easton
grange hall Thursday evening Feb. 25.
Mrs. Clarence B. Andrews is spend
ing a few days lh Stratford with
friends
Mrs. Frederick Silliman has re
turned to her home from a visit with
her sister Mrs. Annie W. Silliman at
thev home of her son Howard : Silli
man of Bridgeport. '
Mrs. Edward S. Williams is recov
ering from her recent illness.
State Master J. Arthur Sherwood in
stalled the officers of East Canaan
grange on Monday evening. On Tues
day Mr. Sherwood spent the daj in
Hartford and Wednesday' he attend
ed the meeting of the Pofologlcal so
ciety in Hartford.
Washington, Feb. 4 President E.
B. Thomas of the Lehigh Valley Rail-,
road told . President Wilson yesterday
business conditions showed ! an im
provement ; and that- the railroads
were gaining from an increase in
traffic -' The roads needed less regu
lation, he told the President.. - V. ;
"When I say' the railroad ' with
which i I am connected made 25,000
reports last year , to the: Interstate
commerce commission and - different
commissions and boards in the three
States through which it runs, you will
see what I mean by the need for less
regulation," Thomas said. "We need
constructive legislation."
The proposed , amendment to the
Hepburn law, prohibiting railroads
from owning stock in coal companies,
Thomas told - the President, was a
measure which would greatly hurt
some railroads. ,
Thomas said his road and others
had plans for extensions and improve
ments, but were waiting to get money.
The increased freight rates granted
recently had helped, he said, but other
assistance was needed. : :
ff.
STEEEIj PMMT BT3BNED.
. Just as the department was leav
' Ing the fire at Sailer's hall at mid
night, an alarm was rung In for the
most destructive fire that has oc
cured in several years.; At that hour
the watchman at the Wilmot and
Hobbs plant. Railroad and Hancock
avenues, saw flames issuing forth
from a window on the Hancock ave
nue side and rang an alarm In from
the company's private box. On Chief
Be&rdslee's arrival he rang in the
seaond alarm, calling out Engines 2
and 6 and Truck No. 1. . Within half
an. hour,, the building containing the
offices, engine room and : stock room
were in ashes and other, nearby
buildings soon followed In the
meantime the factory of the Bridgeport-Organ
company and many sur
rounding buildings were in Immediate
danger. The plant consisted of ten
'buildings, all ; connected.- The hot
rolling mill is on Howard avenue, a
half mile distant, and f ooursa es-
Trtv
y Skin diseases
quickly yield to
.esiEOJ
IF you have eczema, ringworm
or other itchingr, burning-, un
. sightly skin-eruption, try Resinol
Ointment and Resinol Soap and
see how quickly the itching stops
and the trouble disappears, even
in-a severe, stubborn case. Res
inol Ointment is also an excellent
household -remedy for pimples,
dandruff, sores, burns, wounds,
chafings, and for a score of other
uses where a soothing, healing
. application is needed. -
Resinol contain nothing- of a barth or
IniunotM nature and can be used freely even
on the tenderest or most irritated surface.
. Kvery druggist sells Resinol Ointment and
Unrinol Soap. For trial free, write to Sept.
27-S, Resinol, Baltimore, Mi
Tashua and Long Hill
L. Robert Sheffield was a delegate
to the W. M. Grand Lodge of Connec
ticut Feb. 3, sent from Washington
lodge, Monroe.
Perfect attendance - at the lower
Long Hill school, with Miss Theresa
Lynch of Bethel, teacher, Is credited
to Ogda Anderson, - Merton Abbott
and Ethel Kellogg. - .
Mrs, Charles Everett of Easton was
a guest Wednesday of her Bister, Miss
Daisy J. Seeley.
The Long Hill trolley has not been
able to make its usual trips to the city
lor two days owing to the severe
storm. ,
Miss Mamie Finnell of Newtown is
guest for a few days of her friend
Mrs. Peter H. Lynch.
Miss Annie Burnett who has been
on the sick list is muoh improved.
Nine men were killed by a fire that
destroyed a sleeping house owned by
me xioaeBia, jnermcai uo. at Mayburg,
Pa.
Daffodils & Tulips, 75c per doz.
JOHN RECK & SON
ONCE A YEAR
a watch should be cleaned and oiled.
at least once a year if you want it to
keep good time. The more delicate
the machinery the more easily it
wears. ' If yours has not been running
correctlly we will examine It for you
free of charge.
OTJR PRICES FOR. CLEANING AND
REGIJTjATTNG. ... ..... . . . ... i, . . 75c
MAIN SPRING ...... . . . 75o
These are special prices that will last
until February 15th.
0, 3. BUECDLEIi
. THE RELIABLE JEWELER,
43 FAIRFIELD AVENUE
HEAR MXDDUEB BT,
We are not telling v a
fish tale when we say
that our display of fish
cannot be surpassed.
Certainly no diet is
more palatable and
healthful than that of
fislL ;:; ;;v;'
" OUR FISH: "
' Spanish Mackerel
Tv Sea Bass '
-Smelt, Oysters, Halibut, Clams, Cod, Salmon, Sword
629 Watef St. Tel 412
u . v - , . . - - '
S A L, E
THlH BEATJOTFTJIi RESIDENCE OF THE LATE W. C; BEECHER, (
1 miles to Huntington Center, 3 miles, to Shelton, and S miles to
; Bridgeport. An S room house, buildings, stock, together with 43 acres
of land; 25 acres in fine meadow, can be mowed with a machine, 18
acres of wood land and pasture, splendid ice house and pond. Must
be seen to be appreciated. All in .first class repair. To be sold by
order of heirs. We also have four other farms In this vicinity. One
containing 85 aer-e, ten-room house, barn and good out buildings;
one 135 acres, good house -and barn, outbuildings; one 20 acres on
Main Road, first class house and bora. All of the above will be sold
cheap. For further particulars, write or call - '
. a. W. KNIGHT & CO. .-v
(FARM EXPERTS) , ' (302) CUTS" SALTINGS BANK BLDG. TEL. 5906"
S P E CIA L S FOR FRIDAY
HARBOR BLUES ........ v:. ...... y . , . ... 10c lb r
BUTTERFISH, . . .... y. .... . . .10c lb, 3 for 25c I
Green Haddock,
Green Market Cod.
Large Mackerel . ; . .
Mullets ......
Green Steak Cod. . . . .'. . -2C lb
White Steak Halibut. .... 5c R
6meits. . I. '. .... . . 2 IbS 256
Salmon, Boiling pieces J2 yC lb
.-:iStealw. v-.-'15c lb'.;
Long Island Steamers; . . Qq n't
Round Clams ir shell . V-i 10(j q-jj .
GREEN HALTBtJT AND SALMON; PICKEREL. EXTRA LARGE
SMELTS, CHANNEL BASS, SPANISH MACKEREL, LARGE EELS,
UNCOOKED SHRIMP, NEW BEDFORD ESCALLOPS, LIVE LOB
STERS, ETC. ) ' y -
8c lb
A 7 c lb
25c each
lbe tb
Opened Long dams. . . . , -25c Qt f
ppened;Xysters -rJf i. . .. .i, -350 Ot j
. A l
Wttle 'Neck Clams. .. . . '15c jt
M EATS
CORNED RUMP BUTTS.
; . . :14c
V
BIODGEPOnT'
1 PUBLIC MARKET
J
, AND BRANCH
' CTATE AND BANK, STS.
. ZTIONJSS 440-5-6-7
EAST ALAIN ST.
Free Delivery
LOWE'S LAUirDSir
CenersI Uaadn Mm AB Ua
BPECJAIiTT
New and Attractive Designs ITow on Display at tl
Post Office Mews Store 11 P.O. Am
Only a Stone's Throw From the Main Street
v Entrance to the Arcade
V SPECIAL PRICES
We are off ering the balance of all our Ready Trimmed
Winter ;Hats at very attractive prices ; also Ordered Hats
with the latest and newest styles at popular prices.
W. E. HABLIGAN
SS9 BROAD STREET
THE
PEOPLE'S r
DAIRY
ISO. Stata GtreeS
rBESH rams nm cat'jfg
GEO. B- CLARK .&'...CO
JUST PHONE 4320. " :
WHEN YOUR LAUNDRY IS
' - READY!
n?1
If It's flat work you are sending us,
euch as Sheets; Pillow Cases, Towels, Table
Linen, . etc. You'll be -agreeably surprised
upon their return - to find how sweet ' and
clean they smell how nicely each piece is
Ironed.
Get the Wash ready and Phone, us to
day. ; , '.'- - -
CRAWFORD LAUNDRY CO.,
Fairfield Avenue and Courtland Street.
AMONG THE STARS
in the liquor world our whirfcey stands
-. out brilliantly from ordinary brands.
It looks better, smells better, tastes
better and is better. To try a bottle
t is to stamp one's good judgment , of
- what is a good, wholesome stimulant
as well as the finest kind of beverage.
If you want real whiskey and one that
will -not cause you that blue feeling-.
ask for Prince Rudolf Whiskey. It
cost no more because its pure.
THE AMBROSE COMPANY V
v Importers and Wine Merchants-
5 4 O - 5 4 4 EAST MAIN STREET
Bridgeport, Conn.
AN AID TO. HEALTH PURS WATER
Highland Spring Water
A. feeaXtnfnl, tnvlsorating Ortnk whScti Is MMotaiefy sBeoDtamlnatei tri
Imponuea 01 any una ana nma F . snass nia an
Bottled Daily Delivered D&ily "
- ' , 'Phone C3T
Highland Spring Water Co.
645 WASRE1I STREET
Crawior
Agents
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BraaBiere for the reason that they rwrard it
u neceawr aa a corset. It support the tow
and back and gi-rea the Aran tarn rouUuf&l
euUioe which fashion decree.
are th daintiest, most aei lntable imBr
imaginable. Only the bt of msiri&is are
used for instance, "Walohn , a fiexibiebon
ins; of great durability absolutely rustless
permittias launder! nc without moL
They come In all styles, and yoorloeal TSrr .
Good! dealer -will show them, to you on re
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easily set them for yon by writing to as. Send
. for an illustrated booklet showinc.st9ies fcae-t
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