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THE CIIATTANOOOA NEWS: CHATTANOOOA, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1.01'J.
PROTEST AGAINST
BUYING OF LANDS
DEPARTMENT CHARGED
WITH EXTRAVAGANCE.
Chances and Plans to Acquire
Camp Sites Will Be
' . Blocked. '
Washington. June 28. The war
department apparently la to be
blocked In Its determination to ac-
WE FURNISH .
"ROUND THE TICKER"
" NATS N. IHVIRMAN
' Cotton, Qraln. Stock and Bonda
10 Idootairue Olds.
Phones Main (m and Main 6U.
i Representing
ELW. WAGNEfl,&CO. .
and SHEPARD & GLUCK
quire camp altea and artillery prov
ing grounds by a congress opposed
to the army plana.. . While congress
has delayed action on legislation
clipping authority and pruning; ap
propriations, army officials are buy
ing the land, congressmen said yes
terday. Representative Luther W. Mo.t, of
New York, said he had been In
formed that the war department has
paid out during the past two weeka
$5,000,000 for the purchase of Camps
Lee, Taylor, Pike, Sherman and
Travis.
"They are buying land and spend
ing money," he declared, in the most
reckless fashion, and In about the
same way as the wets are said to be
stocking up with liquor before the
taking effect of war-time prohibi
tion." Mott today introduced In the
house a resolution calling on Secre
tary Baker to furnish detailed Infor
matton concerning land purchases by
the war department since June 15,
when the military appropriation bill
passed the house. This bill carried a
provision - prohibiting purchase of
land by the war department, but it
had not become a law, and the war
department has funds a under pre
vious legislation. .
OBITUARY
WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN :
Funeral services over the body of D.
K. Kills, prominent farmer and olllsen
of Hamilton county, who died at his
home on the Bird's Mill road Friday
afternoon, will be held from Concord
Baptist church Hunday morning at 10.
He was the oldest member of this
church.
A native of Bartow county, Georgia,
where he was born February 14, 1844,
Mr. Ellis, when a young lad. removed
with his parents to this county. He
had resided at the same plsce on Bir d's
Mill road for the past thirty years. He
was the youngest son of Hanford and
Catherine Ellis. The family was one
of the most substantial In thla section
and had a large connection.
Mr. Ellis, who, was familiarly known
as "Doc" was a stalwart dewocrat and
was known far and wide for his genial
nature and good humor.
Surviving him are his wife, a sister,
Mrs. Mary Farnsworth: two brothers,
Jtidson Ellis, of Decherd. and William
Ellis, of this city; a niece. Mrs. Eugene
Rhodes, of Rossvllle. and numerous
other relatives In Chattanooga,
Florence Elizabeth McLans. -
Huntsville, Ala,. June 28. (Special.)
Florence Elisabeth, the lovely and
bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1. C. MoLane, aged 10 years, died late
yesterday afternoon at the home of her
parents on Jefferson' street. Florence
was known perhaps by more people in
general than the usual child, for she
had been a child of the air, and only
laat year was confirmed. Her bright
face will be missed by many, but by
none more than the writer. Bhe had
been 111 three Weeks, but had recovered,
and the relapse lasted Just two days,
leaving the heartbroken parents lonely
In their heart, with only a eon to com
fort them in their home. However,
they are all devout Christiana, and the
funeral will be conduoted this afternoon
at the Church of the Visitation, and
burial will take place in Maple Hill
cemetery.
Samuel M. Vanee.
Bristol. June f (Special.) Samuel
M. Vance aged 49. general manag.-r of
the Bristol 5ss and Electrlo company,
died here today. Peath was due to
Brtght's disease. Surviving him are his
wife and one child.
f 1J- Adults $25 Children
IrematlOfl us. Cincinnati
CREMATION CO.t Office SO Wloolns
Blook, O'-.oinnstl, O. Booklets free.
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BUT IT IS HARD TO FIND HEW HEALTH
So be Careful, don't squander your health
by washing your clothes at home
You
H
!ave a Mighty Good
Laundry in Chattanooga
That can do your washing for you
cheaply and much better, we have,
nthe plant and we are. willing to
divide profits with you.
Sur Prices Prove
SHIRTS 10c I COLLARS --2 1-2 1 R3U5H DRY 8 c
BED, TABLE AND BATH ROOM LINENS PER POUND 4 1-2c
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FRANK PORTER KILLED
ATPOSTBY WM.C0PP
VERBAL ALTERCATION HAS
FATAL CULMINATION.
Copp Held in Jail at LaFay
ette on Charge of
Murder.
Frank Porter, aged 5, truck (lis.
patcher at Kqrt Oglethorpe, Is dead,
and William Copp, a motorcycle dis
patch rider, Is In Jail at Lafayette
chanted with 'murder, aa the result
of a dltnculty between the. two civil
ian transport employes at the post
late Friday afternoon.
I'orter was stabbed over the heart,
and the flow of blood from a large
artery that was severed soon, ended
hta life. His body was taken In
charge by Chapman's and removed
to his home nenr Htngirold, Ga. Mili
tary police arrested Copp. He Is IS
years of age and la the son of J, M.
Copp, who resides on Anderson ave
nue. Highland Park.
Gen. M. N. AY'hltaker will represent
the young man.
Copp'a father stated Saturday
morning; that he had not learned full
particulars of the tragedy, but ex
pected to go to LaKayctte during the
afternoon. He explained that his
son had not had any previous trou
ble, was quiet and was popular at
the post. '
One story Is to the effect that there
was an argument between Porter and
Copp, In which the former is reported
to have laid the blame for losing his
job on the latter. During the argu
ment the knife was brought Into
play. It Is claimed that Porter struck
Copp with a rock.
LOCAL FLASHES
On Business Trio.
J. B. Pound will leave Htindav for a
business triy to Savannah, Ga., and
Jacksonville, Fla.
MaJ. Bass Here.
MaJ. William J. Ha is In the elty
visiting frienda. He hav been trans
furred from the quartermaater's de
partment of the army at Jeffersonville,
Ind., to Hohoken, N J., and will he In
change of the transportation depart
ment here. .The major expects to re
port for duty at Hobokon within the
next few days.
Colored Tent Meeting.
The colored tent meeting which has
been In progress at Tenth and A streets
for some time, is being conducted by
Elder F. A. Ostermnn, a West Indies
evangelist. The services are being at
tended by large congregations. Choir
singers are Mrs. )!. M. Rich, of Oak
wood College. Ala.; Mrs. J. H. Cheshire,
of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Ora Hudson,
also of Oakwood College. H. M. Win
ston, of Louisville, Ky., Is the tent
master.
DORSEY INAUGURATED
Atlanta, Ga., June 28. At a Joint ses
sion of the house and senate of the
Georgia legislature, Gov. Hugh M. Hor
sey was Inaugurated for a second term
at fioon' today,
J. H. MM SON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR9
LICENSED EMBALMERS
AMBULANCE 8ERVICE
AUTOMOBILE LIVERY
The largest and best equipped
undertaking livery establish
ment in the 6outh. .
An elegantly appointed Chapel
maintained for patrons.
Calls answered promptly day
or night.
Funeral Home and Office
708 Georgia Avenue
Telephones Main 28-74-1095-1570
SIGNING OF TREATY GIVES
GENERAL STOCKS BOOST
New York, June 28. Htocks were dim
to strong at the ' opening of today's
short session, the Hat, excepting rails,
making further upward progress on
news of the signing of the peace
treaty. Soiling for profits and Intima
tions of further dfffprmc-s with Mex
ico regarding foreign-owned oil conces
sions reduced some of the more Impor
tant gains later. Trading continued to
an unusual extent In Industrials of the
various peace groups, notably rubber,
textile, food, motor, leather snd paper
shares, ooppers also adding to recent
advances. The closing was strong.
Sales approximated 650,000 -shares.
LIBERTY BONDS.
New York, June 28. Liberty bonds
closed: Ji, 65.32; nrst 4s. 94.10; sec
ond 4s. nS.SO; first 4s, HMO; second
44s, 94.15; third 4?4s. 95.10; fourth
4M.' 4.08; victory 3s, 100.10; victory
4. 9U.96.
NEW YORK STOCK LltT CLOSE.
Frl- Batur
dny. day.
Allls-Chalmers 48 44U
American lleet Sugar 86 86A
American Can tH 57
America Car and Fdy. ...tiou 110
American H. and U l'fd. . .1274 12X-S
American locomotive 86 l
American Smelting and Ref 84'; S4V4
American Sugar 188 133
American Sumatra Tobacco. 11 2H 1124
American T. and T 10SH 105
Anaconda Copper 13 74
Atchison 106 100H
Atl. Oulf and W. Indies ...17 178tf
Baldwin Locomotive 1034 104 14
Haltlmore and Ohio 43 43
Bethlehem Steel tl 87
Canadian FaclAa 160 160
Central Leather 106 106
Chesapeake and Ohio 64 IM
Chi., Mil. snd St. P. 42 4?
Chi.. R. I. snd P 18 27
Chlno Copper 46 47
Colorado Kunl and Iron ... 48 "49
Corn Producta 78 81
Crucible Steel 4 94
Cuba (Jane Sugar 15 36
Erie 17 17
General Electrlo 165 164
General Motors 2.17 238
Goodrich Co 70 80
Great Northern Pfd 97 96
Great Northern Ore Ctfs. .. 46 46
Illinois Central 09 98
Inspiration Copper 63 64
Inter. Merc. Marine Pfd. ,.117 117
International Paper 68 62
Kennecott Copper 40 41
Louisville and Nashville ...118 118
Maxwell Motors ............ 48 48
Mexican Petroleum ,.185 184
Miami Copper 28 28
Midvale Steel 61 51
Missouri Pacific , 82 81
New York Central 80 79
N. T., N. H. and H 81 21
Norfolk and Western 106 107
Northern Taclflo 07 97
Ohio Cities Gas 68 68
Pennsylvania , 46 46
People's Ga 62 , 61
Pittsburg' and W. Va, S9 89
Ray Consolidated Copper . . 24 24
Reading 81 87
Republic Iron and Steel ... 93 98
Sinclair Oil and Kenning ..61 61
Southern Paclflo 106 106
Southern Railway 29 29
Studebaker Corporation ...105 105
Tennessee Copper, 18 13
Texas Co 270 270
Tobacco Products 111 113
Union Pacific 134 133
United Cigar Stores 169 170
U. S. Industrial Alcohol ...151 liso
131
RAILRdAD SCHEDULES
CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains. The following figures publlahed
as information and not guaranteed:
TERMINAL STATION
SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINES
(Southarn Railroad.)
Arrives.
4 :00 a.m.
11:46 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
10:55 a.m.
11:25 a.m.x
6:55 p.m.
10:45 a.m.
6:25 p.m.
8:35 p.m.
8:60 p.m.
11:45 a.m.
10:05 p.m.
12:40 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
Memphis-N. York
N. York-Memphis
Memphis-Wash.
Wash-Memphis
Tuscumula-Local
Memphis-Local
Knoxvllle-Local
Leaves.
4:16 a.m.
12:15 a.m.
7:60 p.m.
11:10 a.m.
4:10 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
3:45 p.m.
New York-Chatta. 10:46 a.m.
Knoxvllle-Local
Cin'tt-Maeon
Cin'ti-Jacksonville
Atlanta-Local
Atlanta-Local
Chatta-Aaheville
6:00 a.m.
7:16 a.m.
7:40 p.m,
6:00 a.m.
8:00 p.m,
12:45 a.m.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINES
C, N. O. A T. P. R.R.)
Arrives. Leaves.
6:56a.m. Macon-Lville-Cintl 9:05 p.m.
6:46 a.m. Chat-CtnU. 12:40 a.m.
9:26 a.m. Oakdale-Local 4:20 p.m.
6:35 p.m. Chat-Lvllle-CintL 10:30 a.m.
7:10 p.m. Jkaville-Cinti 12:01p.m.
8:30 p.m, Cincinnati-Local 5:05 a.m.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINES
(A. Q. S. R.R.)
Arrives. Leaves.
10:10 a.m. Birmingham-Local 4:00 p.m.
10:20 a.m. N. Or.-Shreveport 7:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m. Birmingham-Local 7:10 a.m.
12:30 a.m. N. Orleans-Chatta. 7:00 a.m.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA.
Arrives. Leaves.
10:05 a.m. Cedartown-Loeal 3:45 p.m.
6:15 p.m. Griffin-Chattanooga 6:35 a.m.
UNION STATION
NASHVI4.LE. CHATTANOOGA & ST.
LOUIS RAILROAD.
Arrives.
3:00 a.m.
St. Louis-Nashville-
Leaves.
Atlanta 3:26 a.m.
4:10 o.m. Chicago-Jacks'vllle 4:20 p.m.
9:30 p.m. Nashville-Local 6:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m. Nashville-Atlanta 2:25 p.m.
1:12 a.m. Atlunta-Naahvllle-
St. Louis 1:35 a.m.
12:50 p.m. Atlanta-Nashville 1:20 p.m.
1:00 p.m. Jacks'ville-Chicago 1:10 p.m.
10:30 p.m. Atlanta-Rome 5:30 a.m.
10:56 a.m. Pikeville-Local 3:15 p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
CONSOLIDATED TICKRT OFFICE.
V. S. Rubber f.
u. B. meei .....i
Utah Copper ..,
Weftlnghouse Electrlo
Willys-Overland .......
A merlcan Tobacco . . . ,
Atlantic Coast Line . .
Gulf States Steel 68
Seaboard Air Line t
Sloss-Shef. steel and Iron . . 73
United Fruit 184
Virginia-Carolina Chemical. 81
Royal Dutch Co. 112
Amer. Internl Corp 108
..108
.. 89
.. 67
..35,J
..212
..10t
INCREASED ACTIVITY
IN PROFIT TAKING
u-. v.,b Inn, . 48 Y'rftHner.t for
elearlng weather In the eastern belt In
creased the disposition to take profits
on long conirat'i lor uv.ir " 11
end In the cotton market early today.
The opening was barely steady at an
advance of I polpts to a decline of 20
points, ana uwr mnm "
points net higher, on another bullish
m.bin h .imiiH ( Inn nn I v
68.6. prices broke under realising or liq
uidation, ticpona inai in itB uom?
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naa oen sisnna muru w . ,... .....
selling, and October declined from
13.910 to 83.50c before the end ol the
first hour, or 10 points net lower. .
Liquidation or realising continued
later In the morning, with October sell
ing Aft to 88.370 and December st 33.20c,
with the market closing steady at a
net decline of 32046 points.
NIW YORK COTTON FUTURES
OPENING.
New York, June 28. Cotton futures
opened barely steady: July, 83.65c;
October, 83,71c; December, 3.64o; Janu
ary, S3. 25c; March, 33.200.
NW YORK COTTON FUTURES
CLOSING. '
New York, June 28. Cotton futures
closed steady: July, 83.84o; October,
33.82c; December. 33. 20c; January,
33.00c; March, 32. 880.
NEW YORK SPOT COTTON.
New Tork, June 28. Spot cotton,
quiet; middling, 24.35c.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
New Orleans. June 28, Under the
Influence of better weather conditions
in the belt, the cotton market hesi
tated today and made Irregular fluctua
tions. First trades were 8 to I points
down, after which the market moved up
to a net advance of 12 to 21 points on
new buying, bu soon fell off under liq
uidation and at the end of the nrst
half-hour of bualness was 33 to 81
points under yesterday' close on the
most active months.
Peace news caused very little stir in
the market, and resulted In " fresh
buying of consequence. Liquidation
continued and values ,ssnk under It.
Lat in the session prices were at net
losses of 26 to 65 points.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON FUTURES
OPENING.
New Orleans. June 28 Cotton futures
opened steady: July, SS.62o; October,
83.22c; December. 83.06c; January,
32.86c; March, 82.86c.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON .FUTURES
CLOSING.
New Orleans. June 28 Cotton ftitures
closed steady at a decline of lWr0
points: July. 83.65c; October, JJ-'Oc;
December, 32.50c; January, 32.46c;
""NEW8 ORLEANS SPOT COTTON.
New Orleans. June 28. Spot cotton,
nuiet and unchanged. Sales on the
spot. 1,111: to arrive. SOS. Low mid
dling, 27.75c; middling. SS.Ofle; apod
middling, 34.00c. Receipts, 4,281 bales;
ock 27.261. '
SHROUDED IN MYSTERY
Body ef Deed Man Found on Lookout
Mountain a Month Ago.
Lyerly. Ga., June 28. (Special.) The
recent finding of the body of an aged
man. apparently having been dead
nearly a month, on Lookout mountain,
twenty miles from Lyerly. Is shrouded
In mystery. The grewsome discovery
was made by John end Dewey Moso
ley while Ashing on Little river. The
body was in a bad state of decompo
sition, the head being found several
yarda from the body. There were no
marks to assist identification. ,
GENERALLY FAIR
WEATHER SUNDAY
BUT LITTLE CHANGE IN
TEMPERATURE.
Precipitation Scattered in -
Atlantlo and Oulf States
Stations. ' '
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HOURLY READINGS.
JUNE 2.
t a.m...
4 a.m...
6 a.m...
6 a.m...
7 a.m...
5 a.m...
78
73
73
71
73
, 76
9 A . fit ( va
10 a.m 78
11 a.m 79
13 noon, 80
1 p.m 82
1 p.m..,. 38
Weather at I p.m., part cloudy!
humidity, 1 p.m., 65.
.31.75 $1.76 $1.74 $1.76
. 1.53 1.54 1.62 1.53
88
9
!
70
68
69
34.10
34.07
34.02
84.02
68
69
81.10
19.60
34.07
84.07
37.80
28.00
AND
FEACE SIGNING DIDNT
AFFECT CORN MARKET
Chicago, June 28. Actual signing of
the peace treaty failed outright today
to Influence the corn market. Opening
prices, which varied from 0 off to c
advance, were followed by a slight gen
eral upturn and then by a Setback all
around to well below yesterday's finish.
The market closed unsettled, c net
lower to c advance.
Oats were dull and weak with corn.
Provisions held steady.
RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO
BOARD OF TRADE.
Corn Open. High. Low. Close,
Kept. ...
Dec
Oats
Sept, .,
Dec
Pork-
July ....
Sept
Lajd
July 84.02
Sept 34.05
Ribs
July 27.85 27.85 27.30
Sept 28.00 28.02 27.92
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
PROVISIONS. ,
Chicago, June 28 Corn: No. 1 yel
low, $1.80; No. 2 yellow, $1.7301.80;
No. 6 yellow, $1.68; other grades nom
inal. Oats No. S white, 68fl69c.
Rye No. 2. $1.43.
Barley $1.4101.42.
Timothy $9. OOifi 12.00.
Clover Nominal.
Pork Nominal,
Lard $34.02.
Ribs J27.25if728.00.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago. June 28. Hogs: Receipts,
5.000 head; mostly 16W25c higher.
Bulk, $20.75f21.60; pigs, $17.25(!18.60.
Cattle Receipts. 1.000 head. Com
pared with a week ago, good and
choice weighty steers, 20W50c lower:
yearlings and medium grades, light
weiRhts, 2.rfM0e higher; good and
choice heifers, strong to 25c higher;
other she stock mostly 25if?5no lower;
bulls. $1 lower; stockers and feeders,
steady to strong.
Sheen Receipts, 7.000 hearK sll direct
to packers. Compared with a week
ago: Lambs, generally steady; weth
ers and yearlings, mostly 25c lower;
ewes, generally stesdy.
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
Chicago, June 28. Butter,
Creamery. 46?i51e.
Kggs Higher; receipts, 21,937
Firsts, 41 c.
Live Poultry Lower. Fowls.
I'featoeB New, firm: old. nominal
arrivals. 33 ctra: new. Bliss Triumphs.
No. 1, carlots, $3.25'3.4n cwt.; Irish
Cobblers. Vlrcinin, $6.75?;,-7.00 barrel
do Carolina. $5.50(fi 5.7B.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York. June 28. Butter,
tied; receipts, 16,331 tubs.
45W.f).rtnir.
Eirgn .Steady; receipts. 18,823 cases.
Fre.h-gathered firsts, 45W47e.
Cheese Firm: receipts, 4,475 boxes.
Average run. 31fJ31c.
Live Poultry Stearly. Broilers. 38
55c; fowls. 35r: turkeys. 25300.
lower.
29c.
unset-Firsts,
EATINGS OF THE DUFFS
By Allison
Hew do vou
do. Mrs. Duff I
Helen, I brought a
couple of friends of
mine out for dinner
ss a little surprise on
r 1 HI lllli III I 1
How'lo'v'.'lvl ' 1 Tom. will voU ex-
M I cuse yourself T I'd
, You go right over to the Browns'.
Ws rsn out of Allison ham at
noon, and I've got to have one.
1
fifw& Helen wants to know Smwfffh
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Local Forecast.
Generally fair and not much change
In temperature tonight and Uunday.
River Forecast.
The upper river will fall and the lower
river will continue to rise tonight and
Sunday.
Local Data.
Temperature for twenty-four hours:
Highest yesterday, 86; lowest last night,
71: mean, 78.
Corresponding date last year. High
est, 85; lowest, 70; mean, 78.
Normal 'for this date, 77.
Accumulated excess In mean temper
ature since Jan. 1. 26 degrees.
Relative humidity (per cent) I T p.m.,
SI: T am., 79. ' .
Precipitation for twerity-four hours,
ending 7 a.m. today. .0. .....
Total precipitation since Jan. 1, 38. II
lnchtes. ..... .
Accumulate deficiency Is O.of Inch.
Highest wind velocity for twenty-four
hours ending 7 a.m. today, twenty-two
miles, north.
River stage at T a.m. (feet). 14.1.
Rise In twenty-four hour (feet), i.t,
Weatner Conditions.
The lake region high-pressure area
has sdvanced slowly eastward, and
there has been' a general fall In tem
perature over the Mississippi valley
and eastward to the Atlantlo coast A
disturbance la centered off the coast of
North Carolina, and precipitation during
the past twenty-four hours has been
confined principally to scattered sta
tions in the Atlantic and gulf states.
Heavy amounts (in Inches) were aa
follows; Bhreveport, 1.78; Washington,
1 . . r 1 . ... XT l K An TVi.
pressure Is low over the Rocky moun-
tain rerion. but as yet Is unattended
by precipitation. The conditiona are
favorable tor generally fair and . not
much change In temperature over tills
section tonight and Sunday. .
Weathsr for Four States.
, Washington June 28 Forecast: f
Tennessee and Kentucky Fair to
night; Hunday fair, warmer.
Georgia and Alabama Generally fair
tonight and Sunday. .
FWEE MAPS AND OTHER VAL.
UABLE INFORMATION RELA
TIVE TO GREAT TEXAS OIL
FIELDS. Shows grsst Burk
burnstt field and other Texas
fields. 'Send . stsmp. Publicity
Dept., U. S. Oil Aas'n, 114 E.
Eighth st Fort Worth, Texss. .
L . . --... I, ,, h.aa.s-'
WE GET YOUR GOODS
THERE ON TIME
Speed Is aa Important as safety
and service these days. When ,
you glva us an order to get your
goods there at such a time, you '
want to know that the delivery
Is made. With our . giant auto
trucks developing ' sixty horse
power, the deed is dpne. No
more depending upon undepend-'
able horse flesh. Our up-to-date
gas trucks do the trick.
Fryar's Transfer and Storage Company
18 WHITESIDE STREET Formerly Calloway's Stable MAIN 197
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I "'Ants, Roadies, Bedbugs, Moths, Flies,
I Fleas and Fleas on Animals; Insects and
I their eggs on Plants, and all other forms of
I Insect Life.
I Much better and more economical than
I most Insect Powders. "Yellow Jacket"'
1 Brand Insect Powder is not harmful to
humans or animals, but it is sure dangerous
I to bugs and insects. Eid jour home of these
I pests by using freely. Just sprinkle it
I around here and there and you will not be
I bothered at all. They simply cannot live
I where you place some of the powder on their
I path.
YELLOW JACKET
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I INSECT POWDER
I IN THE HANDY BELLOWS BOX
1 is put up for your convenience and will save
I you trouble and annoyance, for all you have
I to do is work the bellows box and, Presto!
. your troubles with the roaches and all kinds
1 of bugs are at an end. Be sure you get the
I genuine " Yellow Jacket " Brand Insect
I Powder. For sale at. all druggists and
I grocers.
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