rV? y .,mVna husines^
fe,;,, the District
•'"YE i: ,; n 7Ô
kn, .'n '..'d is correct,
' 'Tul ihat h. shall
Ji'-s i 1 ',.before it is
of Fount c Com
-• during trip U
Ttii .m'i us's in '"is
n.iz d. an<1 is , 1 '. .* al
cod in ibe criticism j
. - ■ above. j
1 nthern Hultgren.
" 1 1 pill head of
t ,. 0 unty claim
.a t' 1 ' 111
. th*' r '
,-lutl to '<
lt . inixation
J i,v the County.
' iris Cooper. $BK». 00 .
capacity she is
-, y'rd I" .
- »1 No :
I'ouu' > •
B. Belanski. f 20 .
, 1'eaoe tees, but
,,f the County
• ■m N
' The t
, w na«'
oC which has
,,f Stale o
lo where he
I ost» r.
, \planat ion as
; of length of
of ihe hotel. Al
f, or from.
of Board Bill
of the Hotel bill
is very deti
statements as to
be items of expense.
n itenilzati"' 1
1 1 !
TIiis claim lias
)iv the claimant.
? County Com
pin tc -
s Mary Draszt,
of tax. but the
im N 1
4,,^-s not bear
the date of
r„.ani of County Comniis
■ d hy th*
1 -Viggo Petersen, Mgr."
d aim'- claims by corporation
d bear Hie corporate name of the
ration followed by that of an offi
1 th** corporation.
to plentywood and
f.-.-s for services
i. To sundry
exclusive of transpor
and the claim does
of the service ren
p the nature
9, Kmma Frone. $107.22,
nd expense while trav
official duties as County Sup
., • nd-nt of Schools. There are l_
; r ,,f ipts for expenditures at
il. hut the itemization of ilie claim
• ■ deficient. For instance items
-meals in Missoula $19.86." meals
,„ ul ,. jt S 3 ' "hotel in Missoula
should be listed by days show
\ the individual items incurred each
Th- claim does not show the
. of time ill Missoula or away
in Pk-ntywood. From me claim it
uld be lab r> that it was all incurred
■ ■ aril nub as liiat is the only date
- lie m II.. margin of the claim.
Ti.. It. aid of County Commissioners is
. 'h ut tni'ii* rit y to allow a claim un
c m is itemized.
-■..non 4b • 5. provides as follows:
d.l, C.'iMS MUST BE ITEMIZED.
N account must be allowed by the
i-'.ard unless the same is made out in
>*-par*te items, the nature of each item
• at-d. and is verified by affidavit show
ng that th*- account is just and wholly
unpaid : and if it is for official services
«•■r which no specified fees arc fixed by
Is«, the time actually , and necessarily
.Hied to such service must he stated.
Every claim against the County must be
n* sot tod within a year after the last
laim No 38265. County Treasurer,
M B. is' for reimbursement of the
■>' <'asli Fund for items accruing
during the months of March and April,
!923. The Treasurere should see that
this fund is reimbursed each month, as
■ fund is in the authorized amount
; fur mileage
:ind the accumulation of
e or more than a month
nerdraft at the Bank which
paid in full from the General Fund
the County, whereas a great many
c :he items covered payments on roads.
_ r ' just iy payable from oilier
tiler items that
TIi- Treasurer should make
d of including it in
- « from the General Fund,
uses of a trip
' mmaI investigations relating to stol
en automobiles. This claim is not pro
' : itemized as it does not set out the
•dividual items of expense Incurred, as
i Provided m Section 4605.
' nuago ami othci
as set out
F. E. WILLIAMS.
Deputy State Examiner.
a i orrmercial Rond of the
& Morchants State Bank.
■ w'a' 'o ,l " sum of Î6. «400.00 was
s 'T ur,t >' for County Funds
«post m above mentioned bank.
I , mo >I« n the resignation of L. S. I
Mi-, hi-, 1*'!^ y» Assessor, to take effect '
• loth, 19.6. was approved.
« STATE LAND
S'au ( p r< i'„ r i received from the |
•'a rur Commissioners, j
• i Ih ' '-«nd Purchase Orti- 1
Wmr a* b ^ n J cancelled on the
■'•ur.lv tracts in Sheridan
•e. c; n ? ul ordered the Taxes against
D Morck—Ei/4 Eti'
«f rest Good m a n, N \v'i
S W14 SW (
«W« 4 W 1 ' XKli ' 16 - 37 - 5 «
,6 - 3M7 -
lt on the
«"'ing Sweet for
an V money
On motion, th« monthly reports
Clerk of Court. Sheriff and Clerk and
Recorder, and clerks trial balance for
the month of January, were approved.
ploy Legal Council, at Great Falls, to
have said cases remanded to the Dis
I riet Court of Sheridan County.
motion, the following claims were
allowed and the Clerk instructed to
draw warrants for the same on the dif
1Vr, n t funds;
g'r Hah- ft FeJ safa a rv ry . *\tHl
Helga Hendrickson. Fob. salary .. 125.00
Ellen Lundgren, Feb. salary . 100.00
Erna Timmerman. Feb. salary .... 100.00
Eng. Torstenson. Feb. salary. 166.67
R. S. Templeman, Feb. salary .... 137.50
Alma Hansen, Feb. salary . 110.00
Anna Hovet, Feb. salary . 110.00
Nicolai Slettebak, Feb. salary .... 100.00
O.A. Aspelund, Feb. salary . 150.00
Inga M. Olson, assigned claim of
L. S. Olson . 137.50
Ida Newlon, Fob salary . 100.00
Lillian Faske. Feb, salary . 100.00
Plentywood Drug, assigned claim
of B. S. Fierce . 100.0«
E. C. Peterson, assigned claim
of Rav Mensing . 100.00
D J Olson, Feb salarv 150 00
A. M. Hansen. Feb. salary . 137.50
M. P Ostby, Feb. salary . 83.33
Linda E Hall Feb. salary 137 50
Alice Redmond. F.'b salary .... 125.00
Frank Dionne, Feb. salary . 125.00
Rodney Salisbury. Feb. salary ... 187.50
Clair Stoner, Feb. salary . 150.00
Pete Gallagher, Feb salary . 137.50
G. C. Bantz, Feb. salary . 137.50
The following resolution was intro
duced and adopted, all members of the
Whereas, there was tiled in the office j
of the Clerk of Court of Sheridan Coun- j
iy. Montana, on the 4th day of January)
an information by the County At-:
torncy charging C. Brown and Ray ;
i^ng with the Crime of Bribery, and
said case having been transferred to ■
the United States Court at Groat Falls, j
Montana, on a writ issued out of the;
United Slates Court and in order that ,
the ends of justice may be served and
that said case against said defendants
be properly presented, it is hereby
moved that the County Attorney
Poo pies or 1
G. E. Campbell, ital Statistics .... 1.05 j
S. T Fawcett, Birth Certificate .... 3.90
S. T. Fawcett, Inspection & Qaur- ;
antinc .. 27.25
K. S. Koser. Transcript . 61.40 1
Peoples Pub. Co., Co. Printing 378.75
E. S. Koser. Mileage & Salary ... 10208
G F. Freisieben, Mileage & Ex
Eng Torstenson, petty cash
M. P. Ostby, mileage & expensi
Med. Lake Wave. Publication town
election . 10.00
Fred L. Stone, posting notices. 9,50
Burroughs Add Mach. ('*0., Paper |
for machines . 2.48 •
Industrial Accident Bd., premiums 319.05 1
Frank J. French, per diem V mil I
Edward Iverson, per diom & mil
Rodney Salisbury, board of pris
L. 8. Olsen, premium on bond .
Oscar Rose, witness fees .
Myrtle t* Rabb. salary .
«Irani Bake well, legal services...
Plentywood Auto Co.. Auto Hire
Rodney Salisbury, mileage & ex
pense .. 159
Clifton McKenzie. Justice fees . 10.00
R. T. Lee, coal for court house 129.05
Mrs. G. O. C. Johnson, vital sta
H. P. Madsen, exp., criminal case
Arthur C. Erickson, Co. Atty. sa).
( School Dist. No. 20, rent of court
Harlow Pease, expense .
Niels Madsen, trustee, recording
I fees Co. land ..
1 Louis F. Dow Co., St. Paul,
( bond dater ...
1 J. M. Kudrna, reg. electors...
1 Louis F. Dow Co., supplies for
Chas. Lundeen, per diem &
Robert Smith, witness fees ..
. 1 00.0«
Millers Pharmacy, fumigators....
S. T. Fawcett, telephone calls ....
S. T. Fawcett, Feb. saJary _ _
G. Knuisue, laundry for jail
Industrial Accident Board, boiler
E. G. Andersen, posting notices
Associated Mfg. Co., paper towels
G. E. Campbell, medical service
G. E. Campbell, medical service..
Town of Plentywood, water supply 13.65
S. T. Fawcett. Co. printing....
Peoples Pub. Co., county printing 129.36
David J. Ryan, special counsel 319.00
Tribune Prig. Sup. Co.. 3 stamps
O. M. Donaldson, auto hire .
THE FIRST MESSAGE
R. WATSON, come here; I want youl" exclaim«4
Alexander Graham Bell on March 10, 1876, dur
ing an afternoon of experimentation, and over a wire con
necting two room«, the young assistant heard the words,—
the first spoken sentence to be so transmitted.
Fifty years have passed. Today there are 17,000,000
telephones in the United States, giving voice to human
need, as Bell's crude transmitter did then. Fire breaks
out in the night; law-breakers invade a home; sickness
strikes at a family circle,
the summons, and the telephone speeds it on the way.
Business of importance demands the decision of one who
the far side of the continent. "Come here, I want
is the summons again, and as if by magic, a perton
Come here, I want you," is
ality is projected through space, questions arc asked,
given, problems solved—by telephone.
Every telephone call is an echo of the first message.
For whether it is the physical presence or the listening
ear that is desired, the impulse that
receiver is, "I want
lifts the telephone
States Telephone and
Mtn Stales Tel. Co., rentals ..
JohnMcElroy. special deputy
Hans Rasmussen, offic« work
Anne M. Hansen, transcript
Weiss Cash Store, groc. for poor 184.40
Monarch Lumber Co., coal for poor 11.90
Geo. Leibach. groc. for poor. 32.00
S ,T. Greer, house rent. 8.00
Martin Toftness, hoard for poor 30.00
Geo. Leibach. groc. for poor. 17.25
S. T. Fawcett, expense of Dr.
Campbell . 25.00
D '; S ; J. Fawcett. medicai ser
Vo^at ionat ZLoi "för GÏrï^ care
of inmate . 9.80
C- \\ McNulty, milk for poor .... 10.00
A - £• Ziebarth. coal for poor. 10.00
T. Lee. coal for poor . 12.00
Raymond More. Co., groc. for poor 40.00
; Erank Deinand coal for poor. 10.00
"'kl Kite Childrens Home, care
Tangen children . 30.00
( • *'■ McNulty, milk for poor . 11.63
1 Luther Hultgren. supplies for poor 16.00
'■ Edward Stubhan, groc. for poor 15.00
| Edward Stubhan, groc. for poor 16.00
I Outlook Hospital, care of patients 238.55
Outlook Hospital, rent of rooms 180.00
I Nelson Sannerud Co., groc. for _
i P° or —... 15.00
Montana State Tub. San., care
of patients . 31.00
A . E. Wolfe, coal for poor . 15.00
Nrlson Sannerud <'o., groeenes _j
Lake Cash Store, groceries for
, Poor . 15.00
* ■ Barnhouso, house rent. 10.00
Westland Oil Co., oil and gas. 43.49
Melvin Nelson, lieu warrants . 31.20
The Hell Co., road const. 39.58
POOR FUND i
Elizabeth Wilson, widows pension 25.00 i
Bertha Johnson, widows pension 25 00 '
Nellie Crohn, widow's pension .... 25^00 '
Demanda Myers, widow's pension 35*00
.Lila Lindberg, widows pension.... 25.00
Mary Myronick, widows pension.... 25.00
Nicol ena Sorenson, widows pen
Albertina Moeller, widow's pension 25.ÔO
Thora Adams, widows pension 30.00
Ida Waller, widow's pension . 35.00
Lena Wilson, widow's pension .... 35.00
Florence Johnston, widow's pen
Mary Brahec. widow's pension
Maud Olson, widow's pension....
IW. A. Clawson. Feb. widow's pen
R, I. Rinker . 48.00
A. Clem, road const. 7.65
Omaha Steel Works, road const. 334.61
Monarch Lumber Co., eoal for court
house . 14.65
(Strom Hdw, and Purn. Co., re
pairs for road machinery . 12.5« 1
Tractors Equip Co., Ini'., repairs 123.03
R. I. Rinker, repair road ma
ehinery . 24.00 1
Melvin Tronson, repair, road 111a
ehinery . 78.50
Theo. LlndelT.' road work . is!««
|.*\vD Auto Co.. Clintonvillc, Wis.,
f\VD Auto Co., CÏlntonville, Wis,
I'WD Auto Co., CÏintônviiïe, Vv'is
bridge const. .
FWD Auto Co.', Clintonville, Wis
FWD Auto Co., Clintonville, Wis
bridge const. ;.
FWD Auto Co., Clintonville, Wis
FWD Auto Co.. Clintonville, Wis
Dan R. Egger, bridge const....
Thon, carpenter work al li
Peterson Co., supplies for library
Monarch Lumber Co., lumber for
R. T. Lee. coal for library.
Monarch Lumber Co., lumber for
Monarch Lumber Co., coal for li
bra r y
Anton Solberg. carpenter work
on library ..
Frank Dionne, Feb. salary ...
Peter Madsen, work at Co
.,V rar .> .;.V--;. v:r .
| Ce % \' ,unfî - b ?V k , s for . 1,brar y ,4« «
' ? unK * Ftb ' sa,ar V 126.00
I Town of Plentywood. water sup
ply for library . 3.75
1 . ,, gopher fund
M. p. Ostby, gopher bounty . 50.0«:
Montana Chemical works, sacchar
ine . .-... 22.0«
On motion, the following claim was
disallowed in full:
state Association of County Com
was granted a Leave of Absence from
the State for a period of 6 days, be
ginning March 6th, 1926.
On motion. Commissioner
(the State for a period of 60 days, begin
(ning March 4th. 1926
At 5:00 o'clock P. M., the Board ad
journed until 9:00 o'clock A. M., March
On February 27. 1926, a hearing was '
held on the question, bhall the NV* !
of section 27, township 36, range 53, be :
transferred from School District No. 30
to School District No. 29?"
There being no objections, the petition
to transfer was granted. Kindly change
boundary lines accordingly.
, emma CRONE.
COUN?? agent. .
Tin- County Agents annual report of
work done during the year 1925. was
Presented to the Boaid. and same was
on motion approved.
l. S. OLSON
On motion, the resignation of L. 8.
Olson as Justice of the l-eace for Dien
h y wood Judicial Township, was ap
SEED LIEN ORDERED
'On motion, the Seed Lien given March
30th. 1918. hy Frank Scott to Sheridan
County, was ordered cancelled, insofar
as the same affects th e Title of Chris
tian Crone to tlie N' 1 *. sec. 18-36-50, as
this land had been erroneously included
in this Seed Lien.
DEEDS BY TREASURER
on motion, the County Treasurer was
j ordered to take over the work in eon
1 n^ciion with the Application for Tax
! On motion. Beryl Pierce and Ray
At 9:00 o'clock A. M., ihe Board re
turned pursuant to adjournment made,
Iverson. Lundeen and the Clerk present.
On motion, the Clerk was authorized
*° appoint a suitable person as Scale
DISTRICT NO. 29
On motion, the following Notice
ceived from the County Superintendent,
was ordered pul on the Minutes;
boundary lines ordered changed:
Honorable Board of County Commis
Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana.
The Fair Committee, appointed 8y •
Plentywood Commercial Club, appeared
beore the Board and explained their ,
Proposition in regards to a County Pair, j
(and asked the Board to think over the I
(proposition until a later meeting. Mr.
Lundeen stated as his opinion that the j
(County should not donate for anything:
except prizes for exhibits, and not to 1
On motion, United States Treasury
Bond in the sum of $5000.00, was ap
proved as Security for County Funds
jon Deposit in Security State Bank of
On motion. Ray Mensing was appoint- j
g* wheeler N " d " ork '
justice of peace
On motion, George s». Wheeler of
Plentywood. was appointed as Justice of
the Peace for Pi. 11 1 y wood Judcial Town
ship, and his Bond in the amount of
was granted a Leave of Absence from
On motion, the Minutes of the regu
lar "February meeting were read and
approved as read.
ROAD LAID OUT
A road petition, asking for
I north of Outlook, was
on motion, the road was
i Chairman of the Board.
j NIELS MADSEN, Clerk.
i - — _ . _ __
Sheridan County School Notes
(Crowded out last week)
j . , , . ... . , , , . .
A two-day institute Will be held in
Plentywood next Monday and Tues
day under the direction of the Nation
al Congress of Parents and Teachers.
All parents in the county who are in
; terested in the work of the Parent
On motion, at 12:00 o'clock A. M., the
Teachers Associations will have a
splendid opportunity to get informa
tion from an experienced worker. See
notice given elsewhere in this issue.
Jor Economical Transportation
t ! I i
1 i! liSl
' ■ ' I '
1 t! ill
Carefully check the quality and equipment offered in the
Improved Chevrolet Coach!* Check it against any five
passenger closed car in the world! Know what its new low
price really means!
Where else can you get for $645 a five-passenger closed car
with balloon tires, speedometer, fine Fisher body, Duco
finish, one-piece VV windshield, Aleroite lubrication and
other essentials to modern motoring?
TSexi' Low Priems
- * 645
r - 735
Tour me •
V4 Ton Truck . 395
1 Ton Truck - 550
#. o. K FUni. Mich igmrn
Come in—note these many quality features—get a demon
stration-experience the car's amazing performance—and
then you will realize how much more it gives for $645
than any other five-passenger closed car on the market today.
QUALITY AT LOW COÜT
Opponents to the creation of a new
district out of the southwestern part
of District 34 appealed from the oc
cision of the 'County Superintendent
to the Board of County Commission
ers. At a hearing held February 25,
the commissioners unanimously sup
ported the decision of the county sup
Miss Muriel King has twenty-five
pupils and reports not a single tardy
mark for the month ending February
5th. This is a splendid record for
both parents and pupils.
The petition of C. A. Koterba to
'transfer from Dist. 30 to Dist. 29 was
granted February 27th.
Amomr the callers at the Countv
Superintendent S office are ln€i lOUOW
ing; Anton Jorgensen, Dist. 38; L. K.
Denzer Dist 69' Peter Bruvold, Doo
i_, 7 . TlnoKnor Plentvwoorl
> Margaret nueoner, rienijwoou,
CarcJyn Tevhaar, Dagmar; George
Abenroth, Dist. 30; F. R. Decker, Doo
] e y; Ole Hellem, Dist. 70; Adolph
Nelsen, Dist. 73; Mrs. Otto Goltz and
Beatrice, Dist. 76; Math Hoveland,
D i st< 34. Fred Miller, Dist. 34; Tom
jr- ni ' t 7fi
King, Dist. /b, .
The highest paper in each subject
written at the recent State Eighth
Cm do examination is as follows'
Reading, , » _ c'J 1 ,. es 7 r . xiross,
Courtnev school; Spelling, 84, Myron
r c„., ' Kino- ' Medi'oine Take- Gram
Ghailes King, Medicine Lake, Gram
mar, 92, Beulah Regan, Monroe
school; Hygiene, 97, George Johnson,
j rnrfield school- Historv 85 Evelvn
,,, j , msl £ r y»
McLeod, Jefferson school; Geography,
80, Irvin Negaard; Civics, 81, Myron
Waller Homestead* Aericulure. 90.
Theodore Gunderson, Mann bchool.
Miss Blanche 'Crone of Radville,
; Saskatchewan, passed the State 8th
. pvaminition with a eeneral av
grade examination vut,n a generat <*v
erage Of 87.
Of the 21 pupils who have just re
, pip-hth irradp dinomas Muriel
ceiled eighth grade dipomas. MUnei
Damstrom 01 the Monroe school has
tlie hig'hest general average in the
prmntv 86 8
L,mu ' v * ou * *
Senior class play which is to be pre
pe nteci on April'30th. All of the
Seniors pärticipfttc in tills modern
play "The Whole Town's Talking.
fhe debate held at the Farmer-La
bor Temple on Tuesday resulted in a
decision in favor of the Affirmative
team composed of Alice Stoner and
tvGcq T nno'acro The netrative team
M,ss . Longacre. me negaove team
consisted of Marion Mitchell and Koy
Plentywood School Notes
(Crowded out last week)
Mr. Horr gave his Algebra class
their six weeks examination Wednes
day morning. Latin 1 and English
2 come Thursday.
The cast has been chosen for the
. -•! :
Eat here. A long menu of
delicious good things
choose from when ordering.
Special dinners on Holidays
Short Orders a Specialty.
The City Cafe
HARRY KOIKE, Prop.
al Greer. Oliver Ziebarth acted as
chairman of the debate.
Mary Fitzer tied for a place on the
Girls' debating team at the tryouts
held at the school house last week, .
hut asked to be excused because of
ill health. Mary has the ability of
speaking naturally and with force in
A number of the fifth grade pupils
gave a program on Friday afternoon.
Sanford Egge was chairman of the
program committee. A special num- (
her was a saxaphone solo by Jean
The fifth and sixth grades are com
peting for a spelling banner.
The reporter for the "Spots" visit
ed the first and fifth grades this
The third and fourth grade child
ren were very sorry to see Aleen and
Bud Pillen leave school. They are
moving to Malta.
_ , , . . .
Shirley Becker has been absent on j
account of ilmess. . ^ . ..
The third grade has earned its hoi
iday for this month. ,
Roger Christianson and Marie Cur -1
tin are on the sick list.
The first grade children are very I
glad Leona Mae Gabrielson and Ker
mit Gysler can be with them again.
Margaret Storkan exchanged over-.
shoes with someone. She had a pair :
of Zipper boots. They were not mark
ed. If any boy or girl knows about
them please !et Margaret know
The date for dosmg^hool has been
set by the School Board. This year
it will he May 28th. Commencement
will be on Wednesday, May 26th.
The Girls' debating team, consist
ing of Alice Stoner and Olive Long-1
acre defeated the boys' team, cou
sisting of Marion Mitchell and Royal
Greer, at the Farmer-Labor Temple,
haarlem oil has been a world
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder disorders, rheumatism,
lumbago and uric acid conditions.
HAARL EM OIL
correct internal troubles, stimulate vite,
organs. Three sizes. All druggists. Insist
cn the original genuine Gold Medal.
Four of the
teachers acted as judges. The deci
three to one for the Girls'
tea ™- _ . TT . , , . . , .
The Junior High School stock jung
£ team inspected Mr. Wheeler s
tlair y cattle Tuesday afternoon. The
team was instructed by the High
School team that did so well at the
State contest at Bcvzeman.
The six weeks examinations are bel
given this week in
. P i I
The Junior Class are working thli
gently for their Carnival to be given
Farmer-Labor Temple, March
The Juniors have been holding a
number of class meetings recently.
They are busy getting posters ready
^ or the Carnival,
Adelia Grams has been absent for
the past three days,
Great Falls—Montana Flour Mills,
here aml at Harlowton, ship train of
150 cars flour over Milwaukee road to
worth of hogs, during 1925.
Lewistown—Cat Creek oil paid
$12,388 federal royalty during De
cember. _ |
Fairview— Montana-Dakota Power
ç 0 plant here, nearing completion,
Malta-Marland Oil Co. said to
h six leases in Phillips county
737 for roads and $17,615 for bridges
Falls—Building in 1925,
amounted to $544,270.
Rosebud County shipped $200,000
ing $12,000, almost ready for dedica
Chinook—Baine County spent $41,
"Editor and Qeneral Manager
Another "Bull" Durham adver
tisementby Will Rogers, Ziegfeld
Follies and screen star, and lead
ing American humorist. More
coming. Watch for them.
the Daily Papers
A headline in the paper says "In
their war China won't fight on
rainy days." They don't mind gct :
ting shot, but they won't get wet.
* * *
Imagine a sign as you start to en
TODAY." If that was the custom
RAIN. NO WAR
in this country, we could prevent
all wars by announcing that all the
fighting must be done in Portland
Another paper asks, "Where doc:
a Florida Real Estate man go it
the summer?" He goes to Cali
fornia to his all-the-year-rouni
* * *
* * *
A newspaper asks "Why does :
President of a concern always tall
at the Company's banquets?" It':
an incentive to the workers, wht
say, "If that's all he knows I mat
be President some day.
* * *
Another paper suggests, "Th
cheapest way to enforce Prohibitioi
is to have everyone that drink
watched." Who is going to do th
watching ? #
An article in a Business Man
magazine inquires, "What busines;
in this country has the largest turn
over?" Cucumbers for supper have
the largest turnover, with Fords a
* * *
The Congressional Record speak
ing editorially, says,
ham is the best Tobacco that ever
entered these Stately Halls.
P.S. There will be another piece in
this paper soon. Watch for it.
i Mu, \0
111 Fifth Avenue, New York City
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