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r THE SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY SA lTRDAY APRIL J 14 1906
fY hynew ne ones the g gaps ips filled in and th the
n6placQ 0 PlacedIncondition Placed in a lo tion3luon dltlanJirequent TTrequent Ti requent
P i rains his delayed delayedU1o tile work vorknn and < l once or
t VWICQ t
lce undid the r repairs alretd already Y com comPjen
4 t Ngted p To T h o company caned an em
f tlOYesjnto tJl yeslnto Nev Neveita b and nearly 1000
Pjen mOrenhave men have been b ex en I working vortmgst sUtfujily ndib The The6on ThQegcm
OTel egcm 6on on 3hort io lo t lylno l o and Southern S Qut1 uthern errt Pa Pavinc
1 vinc and Rio Grande o otJ Jliered t eren ren assist assistance assletj ¬
j ance cetQ tq thetfeduj the < f iedrpad t1J > rpad Pjle PJ1edtv drivers r
t and e d Whole trainloads pf Ptheavy heavy building
t material were sentto sent to A Acoma coma and andCal andCalente Cal Caliente
iente ente from tills lenc1 end rahd d attributed attributedalong dJstrlb igtributedalong tecl teclI
I along the theline Ilne as needed n dedMenandm Men andmo and mn
tetlal t t1al lal were sentfrom sent from Los Angeles and andvvork andWQrk andwork
work oattrtaa c N1e tTigtl on with Uh oaual QQu l haste at atthe atI atthe
I the western end of the washouts
I While 1b the hi rBad ifld t1 has been be ntle tied uo uoPassengers unP uppssengera
Passengers P seng rg have ba boon carried by the theSouthern thet1
Southern t1 ern Pacific between the coast ana amIt andSift
Salt Sift t LakfJ 4a a tho work gradually graduallyn
n are ar d an end all forces forcesWere were ere concen concentrated qDncentrated Concen Concentrated ¬
trated along the worst damaged places placesivegt placeswtfitot placest
ivegt wtfitot t of Caliente with Wlththtt ith tli fh result r result ult that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the line has been b Gn brought into first firstctaes firstct firstctttss
ctaes ct s condition The damaged tracks trackseast tracksast trackseast
east ast of Caliente were the first to be beRepaired beIlep bei
i > Repaired Ilep Jred A Popular 1fcg 8r trtiin service has hasbeeh hasbe hasbeeh
beeh be h run between SaltLake Salt Lake and that thatpbnt thatJJont thatpbnt
pbnt sfncei sJnceFrlday Frlday A J train of eight eighteen ei ht htf ¬
4a 4ar r f een caila carloatTs aa oforanges of = oranges was released releasedvfrom releasedfrom releasedfrom
from Acytna last week This fruit was wassent wasslnt wassent
sent cast in good condition conditionTRACK conditionTRA conditionTRACK
TRACK TRA K TO BE STRENGTHENED STRENGTHENEDfearns STRENGTHENEDearns
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fearns e earns ns Says Large Sum Will Be Extb Ex Expended Expended ¬
pended on Salt Lake Route RouteSan RouteSan RouteSan
San Francisco April 13 13ExSenator ExSenator ExSenatorrnomuH
Thomas Kearns of Utah has returned in inthis
this city cIt after attending a meeting of
those tho e interested In the San Pedro Los LOiI
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Angeles Salt Lake railroad He saidth said saidthat saidthK
th that itis rpil1 raihjpad owhch jvhfch had h d suffered ser serverely pe rever pev
verely v ver f 1y y tfrbm rOn1 storms sfor s would be reoperated reoperatedtoday reopcratedtodnynnd reoperatedtoday
today todnynnd find added addedj addedW addedWe
j W We havo duoidod dtoid d to rebuild the roadso road roadso roadso
so tjijatlt at it will stand in future the heavi heaviest heaviest heaviest ¬
est floods lI oods o In other words wo are pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared to spend s nd between WJ 500000 > QO and 1000 1000I 1000QoJO 1000xx
I 000 xx xxltaps to put the linn 1 eingood la good JSOWjltion > > ntulltlon Per7 Per7it Per Perhaps Pernot
ltapsto tothe putcumtha 1000000 but butJt
haps the theput sumWjU cumtha w wlt not reach
it will be close to 750000 before tho rer re repairs repafrSare
pairs pafrSare are completed and the road put incod in ingood 1n8ha
good cod < shapeASNRS shape shapePASSENGERSjpf 8ha 8haPASSENotRS
PASSENGERSjpf PASSENotRS SUFF SUFFER RJ JAR JARDenver JARDenver R RII
II Denver Bio Ri 0 Grnd Grande Passenger PassengerTrain P PassengerTrain s nger ngerTrain
Train leaves the Tracks Traoksf TracksNear
f i Near Salida SSalidaTravel SalidaTravel
I Travel Tr vel on the Denver Bio Graiides Graiidesmain GrAndesmalI Grande a amain
main line between b tweon Salt Lake and an Den Denver Denver Denvar ¬
ver was wasdelayed delayed about five hours Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day by a slight accident which occurred occurredto occurredto
to westbound train No 5 About three threemles threemles
mles wost of Salida and at a point near neartho nearthe nearthe I
the inrge plants Jants operated by the Ameri American American ¬
can Smelting Refining company one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cars on o No No5 5 mountddtho ountdd tho frogs of a aswitch aswitch I Is
switch s 1tch The 7 ne engine passed over the theswitch theswitch I
switch but a tourist car diner chair car carand cari I II
I and one baggage car were thrown off the therails theI theralis
rails No one was hurt A baggageman baggagemanwas
I was struck by a L f g 1 trunk but aside
from being stunned e suffered no in ins ¬
I juryThe jury juryattached juryI
I The passengers in th thb three Pullmans Pullmansattached Pullmansattached
attached to the train felt no jar as these thesecars thesecars thesecars
cars remained on the tracks The occu occupants occupants occupants ¬
pants of the other cars were thrown from
their seats and badly frightened frightenedThe fright red redThe
The cars in leaving the tracks t cJPi plowed plowedthe nlowedthe plowedthe
the ties and ground up making it im impossible impossIble impossible ¬
possible to run a train over the tracks
The derailed d ralled cars C < rs were jacked into po poBitiovn poiUon posltion
Bitiovn iUon and taken back to Salida where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the passengers were transferred to west
bound train No No3 3 Trains Nos 4 and 3 3were 3w 3were
were w re delayed about five hours No 3 3reached 3r 3r
reached r ach ached d this city yesterday afternoon
bringing b bt 1ng 1ngIni 1g many man of o the passengers who whoWere whow whowere
Were w ere transferred d at Saltda Among the thepassengers thepassenglrs thepassengers
passengers who arrived nzrh od on No o 3 were vvere cre Dr Driand Drand Drand
and Mrs IrB Wilbur J Sheldon of Spring Spring
boro Pa PaI PaINTERESTS r rINTERESTS
I INTERESTS 6ETTOGETHER 6ETTOGETHERAlliance GE1TOGETHEAlliance GETTOG ET HER HERAlliance
Alliance Strengthening Between Har HarPlman Harrlman Harrlman =
rlman and C M St P PSeattle PSeattle PSeattle
Seattle Wash April 13 131olnt Joint owner ownership ownership ownership ¬
ship and use of a new passenger station stationto
to cost nearly a million dollars between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the Union Pacific and the St Paul will willbe willbe willbe
be one of the important results of the thealliance thealUance thealliance
alliance between the HarrIman system systemand systemand systemand
and the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Paulfollowing PaulfoUowing Paulfollowing
following the theelectJon election of President A J JEarling JEarHng J JEarling
Earling of the tnelatter latter road roads to the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific directorate Harriman represent representatives representatives representatives ¬
atives here admit that the site purchased purchasedby
by the St Paul for a passenger station stationwill stationwill stationwill
will not be used for that purpose but butthat butthat butthat
that further up town near the new Hill Hillunion Hillunion Hillunion
union depot Harriman and the St Paul Paulwill Paulwill Paulwill
will get together Joint use of the Port PortlandSeattle PortlandSeattle PortlandSeattle ¬
landSeattle line to be built by Harriman Harrimanis
is also predicted predictedPLANS predictedPLANS predictedPLANS
PLANS THIRD TRAIN TRAINNorthern TRAINNorthern TRAINNorthern
Northern Pacific Augments Trancon Trancontinental Trancontinental Trancontinental
tinental Service for Tourist Travel TravelSt
St Paul April 13 13Announct Announcement I1cut eut was wasmade wasma wasmade
made ma e from the Northern Pacific railroad railroadheadquarters rallroadheadquarters railroadheadquarters
headquarters today that May 20 a third thirdcoast thirdcoast thirdcoast
coast train will be put into service be between between ¬
tween St Paul and the th Pacific coast coastaugmenting coastaugmenting
augmenting the present coast service on
account of increasing tourist business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The train will have Seattle > as its terminals termi terminals termiTials ¬
nals instead of Portland as at present presentB
B O Planning Stock Issue IssueNew IssueNew IssueNew
New York = ork April IS lQAnnouncement lQAnnouncementwa announcementwag Announcement Announcementwas
was wa made today to 1Y that the Baltimore BaltimoreOhip BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhip
Ohip Railroad company will issue 27 27750OOQ 27754OOQ
750OOQ of its common stock the he proceeds proceedsof
of which lssuevare Issue are to be Deuscd used for con construction construction construction ¬
struction Improvements ImproV ment and equipment equipmentThe
The stock will be issued at par to holders holdersof
of both preferred pr rerte and dmmon mmon stock sto k on onthe onthe onthe
the basis of 15 per cent of ofthelr their holdings holdingsSt
St Louis R 8 San Francisco Buys Bu s LIneNew Line LineNew LineNew
New York April 13 13It It was announced announcedin
in this city today toda that the St Louis LouisSan LouisSan LouisSan
San Francisco Fran 1sco Railroad company has haspurchased haspurchaliicd haspurchased
purchased the projected line of o the tl e Colo Colorado Colorado Colorado ¬
rado Southern New Orleans Pacific Pacificline PaclftoUno Pacificline
line from Houston Texas to Baton BatonRouge BatonRouge BatonRouge
Rouge La
Railroad Notes NotesPresident NotesPresident NotesIresidont
President F Jay Haines a > of the Yellow Yellowstone Yellowstone Yellowstone ¬
stone Park Stage St go line was in Salt Lake Lakeyesterday Lakeyestorday Lakeyesterday
yesterday accompanied by his son sonGeneral BonGeneral sonGeneral
General Passenger Agent S K Hooper Hooperof
of the Denver S Rio Grande at Denver Denverwas Denverwas Denverwas
was In Salt Lake yesterday en route to tothe tothe tothe
the coast coastGeneral coastGeneral coastGeneral
General Agent L O Leonard of the theMissouri theMissouri theMissouri
Missouri Pacific announces the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of R F I Taliaferro as contracting contractingagent contractingagont contractingagent
agent of that road at Salt Lake Mr MrTaliaferro
Taliaferro will have charge of wool load loading loading loading ¬
ing and transportation during the present presentshearing presentshearing presentshearing
shearing season He was at one time In Inthe Inthe inthe
the baggage department of the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line in Salt Lake but more re recehtly reOhtly recehtly
cehtly was employed at depot ticket ticketagent ticketagent ticketagent
agent for the Oregon Short Line at Butte ButteSalt Butteo ButteSalt ButteSalt
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Salt Lake Photo Supply Co CoKodaks CoKodaks CoKodaks
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attention to his dress dressCJ dressLet
CJ jJ Let us call your attention to some details which possibly possiblyyouve possiblyyouve possiblyyouve
youve overlooked in your preparation Well take it itfor itfor itfor
for granted that you have your suit though if by any anychance anyo
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o us fit you H S M make suits ready to put right on onand onand onand
1 and make them so well so stylish and so uptodate that thatyou hati
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i fwasnt wasnt made to your measure measureH measureThey measureThey
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vp t µ r one ne then 20 25 30 35 and 40 The 40 ones are areas are areli ateI
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> or promenade will want his head clothed right TheKnox The TheKnox TheKnox
Knox and Stetson hats h lts we sell solve the problem at a av aglance
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TWO wo ACCIDENTS IN ARIZONA ARIZONAWoman I IWoman
Woman Drops Pistol and Is Killed BilledAnother KilledAnother KilledAnother
Another and Two Childen ChildenCarried ChildenCanied ChildenCarried
Carried Over Cliff CliffPhoenix CliffPhoenix CliffPhoenix
Phoenix Ariz April 13Telephonlc 13Telephoniccinformation 13 13TelephonlcInformation Telephonic TelephonicInformation
Information from Roosevelt eighty eightyfive elghtyfive eightyfive
five miles from here gives some de details details details ¬
tails of two tragic accidents in which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there was at alleRst least one fatal Injury this thisevening thiseventng thisevening
evening Mrs Pearl Hunter with her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband and fouryearold four earold daughter daughterarrived daughteratTlved daughterarrived
arrived In Roosevelt tonight from their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home in Qlaisure Tex Leaving the thestage thestage thestage
stage at Roosevelt Mrs Hunter start started started started ¬
ed up the hotel h tel steps when a revolver revolverdropped revoJverdropp revolverdropped
dropped dropp d from the pocket of a coat she shecarried sh shcarried shecarried
carried and striking the steps was dis discharged dlscharged discharged ¬
charged The bullet entered Mrs Hun Hunters Hunterts Hunters ¬
ters nose and penetrated the brain braincausing braincausing braincausing
causing almost Instant death The Thefamily Thefarntly Thefamily
family was en route to Ryo R o a small smalltown smalltown smalltown
town beyond Roosevelt to visit rela relatives relatives relatives ¬
tives tivesThe tivesThe tivesThe
The other accident occurred at Tor Tortilla Toruna Tortilla ¬
tilla Flat on the line of the government govern government government ¬
ment freight road between Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and Mesa City A team of horses be became became became ¬
came frightened and plunged over a acliff acUft acliff
cliff carrying with It a woman and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two children whose names have not notyet notyet notyet
yet been learned but all three are re reported reported reported ¬
ported seriously injured injuredSMOOTS injuredSMOOTS injuredSMOOTS
SMOOTS SIDE OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
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in the final windup Trend of questions questionsput
put to Worthington during his argument argumentby I
by b Senators Foraker Knox Dolliver and andDillingham andDillingham andDillingham
Dillingham indicated to Smoot sympa sympathizers s sympathizers mpa ¬
thizers that they the agreed with many points pointsmade pointsmade pointsmade
made by him and showed very strong strongproof strongproof strongproof I
proof of Smoot tendencies on their part partWorthingtons partWorthingtons partWorthingtons
Worthingtons Argument ArgumentIn
In his argument today Worthingtonstated Worthington Worthingtonstated 1 1stated
stated that two original charges on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the case against Smoot was taken up in inthe inthe inthe
the Senate had been entirely abandoned abandonedby
by the protestants and that doubt now nowexists nowexists nowexists
exists as to what the charges really are areagainst areagainst areagainst
against him If the charges that Smoot Smootwas Smootwas Smootwas
was a polygamist poly amIet and thathe that he had taken takenan
an oath as an apostle inimical to the government gov government government ¬
ernment now abandoned had not been beenincluded beenIncluded beenincluded
included in the original petition to expel expelSmoot expelSmoot expelSmoot
Smoot the protestants he contended contendedwould contendedwould contendedwould
would never be given a hearing by b the thesenate thesenate
senate Worthington Vorl ington cOfTba combated ed the argu argument argument ¬
ment of Carlisle that the senate had the thepower thepower thepower
power to add to the disqualifications of ofsenators ofsenators ofsenators
senators enumerated 6numer tel1 by the constitution oonstitutionCase constitutionCase oonstltuUOIlCase
Case of Roche RocheIn
In this connection he cited the case of offormer offQrmer offormer
former Senator Roche who while living livingin
in Washington was w a guilty of embezzle embezzlement embezzlement embezzlement ¬
ment moved west changed his name and andcame andcame andcame
came back as a senator from North Da Dakota Dakota Dakota ¬
kota His case was referred to privileges privilegesand I Iand
and elections committee where all the thefacts thefacts thefacts
facts alleged were established but the thecase thecase thecase
case was dropped and he was allowed to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete his term in tie t e senate senateDiscussion senateDiscussion senateDiscussion
Discussion in committee showed thatit that thatit
it was the belief of the committee that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was no constitutional methods of ofexpelling ofexpelling ofexpelling
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expelling him from the senate after once oncesworn oncesworn oncesworn
sworn in for a crime committed prior to tohis tohis tohis
his becoming a member The testimony testimonyin testimonin
in the Smoot case Mr Worthington said saidshowed saidshowed saidshowed
showed that Smoot lived a blameless life lifeThat lif lifThat lifeThat
That not a line of evidence was produced producedto
to show sho that he had violated any crimi criminal criminal criminal ¬
nal civil or moral law and it was ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted that as an apostle he took no oath oathin oathin oathin
in conflict with his duty as a citizen citizenPolygamy citizenPolygamy citizenPolygamy
Polygamy Dead in Utah UtahWorthington UtahNorthington UtahWorthington
Worthington contended that the test testimony i imon Imony ¬
mony mon taken by b the committee demonstrat demonstrated ¬
ed d that in Utah polygamy poly gum is as dead as asIn asIn asin
In any other oth r part of the United States StatesAnd Statesand Statesand
And that all instances of alleged plural pluralmarriages pJuralmarriages pluralmarriages
marriages entered Into by Mormons since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the manifesto would not average one per peryear peryear peryear
year and that those contracting such suchmarriages suchmarrIages suchmarriages
marriages were in nearly every ever case fugi fugitives fugitives fugitives ¬
tives from justice He absolved Smoot Smootfrom Smootfrom Smootfrom
from any Intention of influencing the thecommittee thecommIttee thecommittee
committee through throu h the recent action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mormon church against Apostles Tay Taylor Ta Talor Taylor ¬
lor and Cowley as it was expected by bySmoot bySmoot bySmoot
Smoot that the hearings in his case cas would wouldbe wouldbo wouldbe
be closed long before the present confer conference conference ¬
ence and that the delay in the hearings hearingswas I
was due to the request of counsel for the theprotestants theprotestants i iprotestants
protestants protestantsTelegram protestantsTelegram protestantsTelegram
Telegram From Church Official OfficialThat OfficialThat OfficialThat
That while it was known to Smoot S noot in inOctober inOctober inOctober
October last that Taylor Cowley Cowle and andTanner andTanner andTanner
Tanner would resign no use of this fact factwas factwas factwas
was made in his dealings with the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee In support of his statement Wor Worthington Worthington Ilor Ilorthington ¬
thington read a telegram received by him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from a church official in Salt Lake to towhom towhom towhom
whom he wired for confirmation of news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper reports as follows I beg to in inform inform inform ¬
form you ou as attorney attorne that the resigna resignations resignHtions resignations ¬
tions of Taylor and Cowley were filed Oc October October October ¬
tober 28 last and were accepted acceptedWorthington acceptedVorthington acceptedWorthington
Worthington then discussed in detail detailpoints dotanpoints detailpoints
points raised by b Mr Carlisle in his argu argument argument argument ¬
ment yesterday He contended that thateverything thateverything thateverything
everything brought out in the Smoot Smoothearing Smoothearing Smoothearing
hearing as to church interference in pol politics politics politics ¬
itics and business was known in 1895 1S95when 1895when 1895when
when the enabling act was passed with without without without ¬
out an attempt to restrict the church in intheir intheir intheir
their matters and that one of the first firstsenators firstsenators firstsenators
senators from Utah was Frank Cannon Cannonwho Cannonwho Cannonwho
who had taken the endowment oath am amwho anwho ancwho
who was a faithful member of the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon church During todays proceedings proceedingsMrs
Mrs Irs Smoot attended the hearing for the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time timePEOPLE timePEOPLE j jPEOPLE I
PEOPLE REJOICE REJOICEAT
AT DANGER PAST PASTContinued PASTContinued PASTContinued
Continued from page 1 1Vesuvius 1Vesuvius 1Vesuvius
Vesuvius today belies all popular popularpictures popularpictures popularpictures
pictures which represent the mountain mountainclearly mountamclearly mountainclearly
clearly outlined against the sky vom vomiting vomiting vomiting ¬
iting smoke and ashes by day and fireby fire fireby fireby
by night Today not the slightest out outline outline outline ¬
line is visible of the crater crest or orfoothills orfoothills orfoothills
foothills all being swallowed UD in ina ina ina
a dense mass of smoke There is the thesame thesame thesame
same obscurity tonight unrelieved by byflashes byflashes byflashes
flashes or reflected light such as are areseen areseen areseen
seen during quiet periods Vesuvius Vesuviusi Vesuviusquleseent Vesuviusquiescent
i quiescent is picturesquely grand but butactive butacUve butactive
active or smouldering it is terrible terribleonly terribleonly terribleonly
only in its blackness blacknessThe blacknessThe blacknessThe
The associated Press correspondent correspondenttraveled correspondenttraveled correspondenttraveled
traveled today in the belt over which whichashes whichashes whichashes
ashes continue to fall This lies to the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north of Naples as the wind now car carries carries carries ¬
ries the discharge away rom the city cityAt cihAt cityAt
At Rome there was sunshine but buttwenty buttventy buttwenty
twenty miles south a thin veil of ofsmoke ofsmoke ofsmoke
smoke made nearby mountains dimly dimlyvisible dimlyvisible dimlyvisible
visible their snow peaks soiled ana anCsooty anasooty andsooty
sooty The zone of semiobscurity bean be began began ¬
gan an twentyfive miles above Naples NaplesUncanny NavIesUncanny NaplesUncanny
Uncanny Phenomenon PhenomenonHere PhenomenonHere PhenomenonHere
Here there was an an uncanny phenont phenomenon phenontnon phenontenon ¬
enon The sun though shining was wasinvisible wasinvisible wasinvisible
invisible Its light seemed to come comethrough comethrough comethrough
through smoked glass shedding a asickly asickly asickly
sickly glare upon whitened vegetation vegetationEverything vegetaUQnEverything vegetationEverything i
Everything was covered with powder powderThe p powderThe wder wderThe
The locomotives were coated as though thoughthey thoughthey thoughthey
they had plowed through tar Pretty Prettywhite Prettywhite Prettywhite
white villas were daubed and dripping drippingwith drippingwith drippingwith
with mud and people were busy on the theroofs theroofs theroofs
roofs shoveling off the ashes Theashes The Tneashes Theashes
ashes lie in drifts knee deep Villas Villastrees Villastrees Villastrees
trees and churches have been beaten beatenwith beatenwith beatenwith
with gray mud on the sides exposed to tothe toUle tothe
the volcanic storm stormTen stormTen stormTen
Ten miles north of Naples the train trainenters tratnenters trainenters
enters an area of semilight Billows Billowsof
of thick smokeroll smoke roll from the dim moun mountain mountain mountain ¬
tain Railway Ran way telegraph poles became becameinvisible becameinvisible becameinvisible
invisible twenty feet away The train trainmoves tratnmoves trainmoves
moves with extreme precaution to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid collisions Breathing Brea thiI is difficult difficultand difficultand difficultand
and the smoke mffkes Im kesthe the eyes water waterThis waterThis waterThis
This obscurity lasts until nilla a short dis distance distanoenorth distunce ¬
tance tanoenorth north of Naples whore the sky skycigars skyarc skydl
cigars dl ars arc arcd arcand and normal no tl1Jal conditions cqn tlon are re resumed leme resumed ¬
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This is the last day of our Removal Sale And weask we weask weask
ask this for your interest to call and see the beautiful line linewe j jwe kwe
we now have on our floor Our Store will be open late lateSaturday lateSaturday lateSaturday
Saturday night so you may investigate our goods and andprices andprices andprices
prices
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YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD GOODCarpet GOODFreed GOODE
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Saturday Special SpecialBY
BY BYTIDE THE THEIndependent
Independent t 6rocery rocery COB s
171 pounds of sugar for 100 100High 100High
High H gh patent flour 105 105Straight U 105Straight > ii iiStraight I
Straight grade 5100 5100Best 100 100Best 100Best
Best sugar corn 3 cans for for2555c 25c
4 cans peas for 25c 25cHam 25cHam 25CHam
Ham and chicken loaf 2 2A for forSc forScRalston for25cRalston 25c 25cRalston
Ralston cream of wheat 2 pkgs pkgs15c pkgs15cRaJston pkgs15eRalston 15c 15cRalston
Ralston lOc Health Foo Food < l only 5c pkpr pk pkgS
5 boxes parlor matches for 25c
Ind 413 Bell 21Jl 21 4 i X XEXTRA NE1TRAOur
EXTRA EXTRAOur Our Branch Store at 29 East Third South will be open Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThe SaturdayThe
The finest place in town We Ye also have a a Meat Market in connection and andthe andthE andthe
the prices lhe they are going SoIn to give you ou will show you ou how you OU have been held heldup htldup heldup
up till now
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YOU CANT CAN T AFFORD A F FOR D TO TOMISS TOMISS ToMISS
MISS THE BARGAINS AT THE THENEW THENEW THENEW
NEW STORE NEW GOODS AND EYE OPENING OPENI G PRICES
29 EAST THIRD SOUTH STREETLevys STREET STREETLevys
Levys Grocery Gr cery
GROCERIES AND A D MEATS RETAIL RETAILAT RETAILAT RETAILAT
AT WHOLESALE PRICES PRICES17V
17V 17 > pounds of sugar for 100 100High 100HiSh 100High
High patent flour 105 105Straight 105Straight 105Straight
Straight grade 100
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