OCR Interpretation


The Idaho recorder. [volume] (Salmon City, Idaho) 1886-1927, November 01, 1918, Image 5

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86091188/1918-11-01/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

,tJSlN ESä
and professional *
srr^ * Ä aTO
«"McNutt Bldg. Phone 152
« I MON. IDA! -
C* 8 SAUMON, IDAHO

m. carpenter
TENDOY. IDAHO
genial auctioneer
S<>LD_ *
on
irtSTO^ public SALE.
at private
LEMH
Under
dining room
SALMON
Ne w Management by
Mi
nd Mrs. Foss.
^^EsStE AND LIVE STOCK
agency
SALMON. IDAHO
wH ,twell M. D.
' oiivSICIAN and surgeon
pH '° Salmon, Idaho
McNico ll Building, over Ev
erett's store,
ention given to the
chronic diseases such
Special at
rW !heufflatUuti. indigestion, nenrous
w bS ß üiler - catarrh * varicose
tins, etc. - -.
biscoe,
R FARM loans
„« tmnoe, Auditing and Collecting.
Salmon, Idaho -
jaRLES F- HANMER»
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
«ce Steele Building, Main Street
gidence Phone 51, Office Phone 4.
jrBRIDGE & CAPERON TRANS
FER COMPANY
sal TRANSFER WORK AND
"HAULING, SALMON, IDAHO.
nnMPT SERVICE AND ALWAYS
K RELIABLE
JAMES A OWENS' TRANSFER
MOTOR TRUCK
, e and small parcels delivered
anywhere. Phone 175.
5rTl HUBBARD,
DENTIST
Modem Dentistry in all its branches
Cilice in Steel Block. Phone 19
Res. Phone 50
Salmon, Idaho
E. GLENNON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offices I. O. O. F. Bid*.
Salmon, Idaho
W.H. O'BRIEN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Address Lemhi or Leadore, Idaho.
Dr. J. M. ASHLEY
DENTIST
Gas Given
LO. 0. F. Bldg. SALMON, IDAHO
LOUIS FREY
GENERAL PLUMBING AN® HEAT
ING
SALMON, IDAHO
Get my estimates, which are always
furnished.
T. H. BURBRIDGE & SON
[FEED STABLE. HAY, GRAIN AND
WOOD FOR SALE AT THE OLD
SALMON LUMBER YARD. WE AL
80 DO A GENERAL TEAMING
[BUSINESS.
DR. CORA R. PIPPENGER,
OSTEOPATH
Salmon Idaho
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Special attention to out of town
»atients.
Salmon Fuel and Supply Co.
C04L-OIL—GASOLINE
$100 Reward, $100
l ot thls paper will be
SL j ,c ï learn that there is at least
v- aded dis ease that science has
I le t0 cure in a" Its stages and
< l atarr h. Catarrh being greatly
IftUU. nced by constitutional conditions
ï? R3 . ,itutionaI treatment. Hall's
LSrT" Medicine is taken internally and
i^'ood on the Mucous Sur
System thereby destroying
I satiBM n< ? at!0n of the disease, giving the
I "irIrtL ,,rer , lpth by building up the co%
*ork 10n in. n ' i 2ssist 'n& nature in doing its
hits')« l Proprietors have so much
I Cjtarrs 5j?e curative powers of Hall's
IktadlL rj e dicine that they offer One
tirSS® D'aars for any case that it fails
iÄLr 5 for ,,st °$ testimonials.
CHENET & CO.. Toledo.
Sold t y all Druggist. 75c.
W\x\ Co.
I P ^ N - Ch and city properties
and accident insurance
bonds, farm loans
Msiei band!e only responsible com
p. Notary Public.
or address P. J. DEMPSEY.
Manager.
Washing the Hose.
S lat0 a ror-n full of company rushed
soaking wet from head to feet.
Donald!" exclaimed his aston
t , tooth -r, "where have you teenT
1 wen,"
i gulped Donald.
*uhm' th,, LoM j
"I beer
It is
*P*rien:e
the Best Teacher.
.generally admitted that exper
*'nn' S tb .' best teacher, but should
O'h "° l ma k f use of the experience of
; as '« "11 as our own? The ex
! oof. ^ a thousand persons is
K «i, 10 bt depended upon than that
I «f n!r, :n : dual. M an V thousands
, rs ? r -' i*ave used Charn'oeruun
I eru ' dy f° r coughs and colds
to ke " e "t results, which shows i
Soa fQ a Hr roughly reliable prepr.ra
hkç,
disea-'e3. Try it. It
ctédi
* * ♦ ❖ + * * .j. .y ^
' 'S* +
SALMON LOCALS 1 *
♦ ♦♦•»■fr*******.^ ; ;
IF NOT REGISTERED YOU ' ~ \
tnvn>5I!h
vrvrcne °"tA«iNG IN
VOTERS ON ELECTION DAY.
J h *™" y Æ? en ?. havp taken the
two rooms above Heuineer' nh
macy for their wlnfer"^^?«"
Mrs. Boswell of Salt Lake is
ln „ Sa!mon at the home o
sister, Mrs. C. G. Mathewson.
_ F . ree ? ublic Library open every
^«, ay aftern< * )n 2 to 5 at tZ
hl
S7 " 0r ' 01 Mr ' R ' M - Sur
A. W. Pope came up from the low
er Salmon on Tuesday to return in
Rk«f y ° r tW0 by wilh Capt. Gu
The Cannon-McKinney sheep ca e
was called for tral Wednesday at 10
o clock, and was postponed till the
quarantine Is raised.
?
Mrs. Spahn has gene to Ogden for
a month or more to visit a niece ex
pecting later to visit her daughter
at Los Angeles, California.
The Recorder has a photographic
rt P w° r, t le - dis P ute<J bi » rendered bv
D W. Davis for $551.67 for '•person
the bond cam
for' 80 n W ^ cb be v,as -täte direc
The ladies managing the public li
brary have moved its books to the
millinery store of Mrs. Murdoch
where the books will be given out
every Friday afternoon with Mrs.
\\ right and Mrs. Preston in charge
alternately. The quarters are consid
ed highly desirable for the institu
tion.
Sixteen carloads of lambs started
out for the eastern market from Sal
mon on Tuesday, the shippers being
Hill & Son, Smith & Son, W. W.
Smith, Manfull Bros.. Ora Cockrell,
R. M. and Curtis Moore and Matt
Stewart. The cars were in charge
of Curtis Moore, Claude Kinney and
Werner Snow.
Information received in Salmon
tells of the removal of a number of
the Salmon boys from Fremont to
an eastern camp. These include Har
ry Hettinger, who departed last Sat
urday. Earl Vail, who had left Fr
mont some time before, was among
the passengers in a train wreck, but
escaped all injury.
Candidate Samuels told his Sal
mon friends that he felt certain of
election himself but he did not want
to sit alone in the governor's chair
without a legislature to help him
carry out his reform program. To
this end he urged the election of the
democratic ' senator and representa
tive from Lemhi county.
rA. E. Lee of Three Forks was in
here this week for a load of supplies
He loaded out Friday with grain and
general farm necessaries to meet
the demands of four months of vin
ter. On his visit in he brought along
carload of lambs and yearlings
for shipment to be loaded out as
soon as they are fed up awhile here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steele, their
son John and the latter's son, a
child of four years, are in Salmon
this morning, having just arrived
from Mackay. after they had buried
Mrs. Steele. Jr., .and child. Report -
from Mackay are to the effect that
influenza there has appeared in
most virulent form, w-ith many
deaths resulting on all sides. The
father and son who are bereft of
the head of their home themselves
passed through safely after the dis
ease held them for two weeks.
LOCAL SPECIAL
FOR SALE—A PeLaval Separate- at
the Axline McCormick ranch.
PASTURE FOR SALE—Apply 'o P
J. Dempsey, Salmon.
FOR SALE—Large lot of furniture,
including entire equipment for -Ux
room rooming house, with good
lease. To be sold at auction if not
' disposed of before November 5. In
quire of Ed Ward
LOST—Ten black face ranis, near
Gibbonsville, two and three >'-ar
olds, belonging t 0 Farmer A- M n
shall. Please notify Harry Kelly,
Salmon, for reward.
FOUND—A little white Spitz
Inquire of J- C. Middlekauff.
FOR SALE—Small coal >tove, < ob s
Hot Blast. Inquire at the > n
ranch.
FOR SALE—Cabbage **f fine quality,
delivered anywhere in Salmon in
100 pound lots at 2's wn '•
Myers, Salmon.
FOR SALE —Register# i I '
na boar, year old Apply « M -
thur Ranch. Salmon, Ida! o
FOR SALE—A brass bedst-ad. mat
tress an-J springs, sanitary cou _
and mattress, all in new condui n
which Will be sold below cost . .
the reason ,;iat °^' n ^ T „' Rp _
roorn for then). Call
PLEASE PHONE me your or-b r ;
for the Ladies Horn" Journal.^ T ^
Saturday Evening Poa a * d
try Gentleman-. I u d a , ]v
them promptly ^ ;. ,. lon
MRS. ELMA B ASHTON
FOR SALE Sing
in n> w 1 r ' j ...
Call or t.lepb" r
idence, Salmon
TOB SAl* ]
■ eow.oi.1 . ,V
See Harry
r v ; g
.
V '* * * * + * ♦ * * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ,+
salmon locals *:* •:*
*** + ********** *
..... ..... ..
IN
Nf»T N y?/J REG, STERED YOU CAN- A
V0TE - NO SWEARING - !
VOTERS ON ELECTION DAY.
Be rarely comes to the city.

*5*
•>
v
among the w, 1!* <,ibbon8 'die, was
„ »eea-end visitors in Sal
Th . ]
uum.red thousand bricks
have
hl ,„ , be<>n molded and nearly all
Ä "* '«* -a-r A.
_ v . Ullurl Kllr .,
direction of F. m. Pollard who l, i *
week " drU ' vt no
i.
h
terested in ... ' _w ,.......'*'*•' | •'
....... Property investments in ; +
mt\. lf-ft Salmon by Tues
two or ;
former I'
ll.
J- Snyder, who is largely In •!•
Lemhi ccm
day s train for a visit of
ihree months back at his
HM*m home, intending to extend
the visit an far as Indiana. When he|
returns he expects to bring with him
? 8 ,wo s «ns. Then the Snyders'may
a
buy other extensive farms They now';"'
own the Caperons 17-Mii e f j m 0 n
the Lemhi river.
A
pest office inspector recently
wsited the Salmon office and check
ed up the business of Former Post
master Herndon and Acting Post
master Meredith and prepared for
ihe transfer of the office t a Homer
Holbert, the new appoineee. The re
tiring iiostmaster ___________
fer his efficiency and was given the
bentfit of a substantial balance
which had been due him for nearly
<i year awaiting the confirmation of
the accuracy of his accounts.
as complimente J !
!
The plans of the Hagens, who last
week purchased the McPherson
properties on Main street, where
their neat market has been located
and also the adjoining restaurant
building, include the reopening of
the latter place as an up-to-date cafe|j
to be run in connection with the
market, which aLso includes a deli
catessen. While Mr. Hagen will
have gen»rtil supervision of the cafe
its executive management will d«»
volve upon Mrs. Hagen. Both are
restaurant people, while the store j
and market ha.s already become an |
important business place of the city,
with a large and growing trade
I
j
A vote for Gooding means an en
dorsement of his coarse vulgarity
and disgusting profanity; who has
tried to break inri^The 'niihlie^Uf» i
. . u « ' n pub,,c 1Ue 0 I
Idaho, at first by grabbing the office |
of governor when not even a natur
alized citizen but an alien, and then!
afterward, still without his citizen
ship papers he tried to be elected
by ihe legislature as senator
Washington. only to give up trying
when found out. Now that he comes
before the voters direct for the same ;
high honor it. w ould seem that the> j
would have hi.s measure and would j
let him Ftay nr home in r>-e sheep
camp.
Messrs. John M. Steele and Billy
Carnenter have become the owners
| of the Carmen store property w hich
-
thev have purchased from Mrs.
Edith Clark. The new owners will
take over also the Carmen postof
flee anil Mr. Carpenter will have
charge. Carmen as a mercantile bus
ness stand will be developed'by the
new owners, much to the advantage
of the community.
u u. . n,j~hfrlaln'i
Has High Opinion of Chamberlains
a
'T have a high opinion of Chamber
Iain's Tablets for biliousness «rvl _ •»»*
a laxative," writes Mr«. C. A. Barnes
Charleston. 111. 1 have never found,
anything so mild and pleasant to
use Mv brother has also us. d heBe
tablets with satisfactory results."
!
For Sale
Team of Work Horses, Buggy, and Set of Single?
Harness
Brood Sows, Bronz Turkeys, Indian Runner
Ducks. Hay —65 Acres for pasture#
Soft Wheat for Chicken Feed.
12 Milk Cans, 5 and 10 gallon, 14 Dozen Milk
Bottles and Complete Dairy Outfit consisting of
Cooler, Pouring Cans, Bottle Racks and Cases,
Milk Bottle Caps. Mflk Scales, also Butt Staff,
Cow Halters and Milk Fever Outfit.
Pried right as we don't need this stuff.
m. C M'CORMICK.
Some
Satisfying
Chew!
* A
little
Break two or three it co»U nothing extra
BrC • to chew Real Gravely
—the best chewing
plug in the world.
, llU6 squares off the
plug of Real Gravely.
It's_a »mail chew —
tastes better and stay»
with you longer than
your big chew of ordin
ary plug. That s why
It toes further—that's
tehy you can get the good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewine Plug
ÎO ç a pouen-znef worth it
Y TOBACCO CO - DANVIU.E VA
Tllriui
Three
+ + + ♦ + ❖ ❖♦•>♦ + ♦<•♦♦
the salmon-arm stead •:•
AUTO STAGE •>
^ t
tlmea a week each v
way, leaving Salmon every *1* ber
Monday. Wednesday and Fri- *5*
day and leaving Armstead ev- ❖
urday, arriving at destination Î*
v early in the afternoon of same •>
*. ry Tuesday, Thursday an Sat- •> ver
days. Carrying mails and pas- -I
sengers. Prompt service. No de- -1
lavs. No long stops at intemted- ❖ l n
iate stoticns. Through fare. $6-5
* + ❖ + ♦ + + ❖ *♦■*• + ❖ •> •> + f>
is,- f % T '
i. . . , . . . . . ........
** v v + + + v* *+❖❖♦+♦♦
•' SALMON LOCALS *t*
+ * + + * * * ❖ + * + + * * * -P est
IB , ,, , „
? Detnpsev and son Paul re
Urn, ' d fronl B ' K CIV '' k , ach having
•!•
,. .
Meeks hunt
a fine deer as trophies of their
Elijah Stroud has moved to the
00 ? 9 dwe,, I il ^ ° n Sro " p stn "*' t rP
l occupled by the Owen Swifts
who have in turs taken one o? the
M&nfull properties where Dr, llan
merly resided.
56
of
S.
n nr n. ,
* ah l ,a:i1 *be sum of
for personal services out ofm
the funds recel veil for liberty bonds
during the second bond drive In Ida 20
ho. The Recarer has on file a photo- j
.graphic copy of the bill rendered
iin( ] p a jj ç a jj aB( j see
111
John A. Pearson and wife »ccoiu lj."
panied by MUs Ruth Pearson made L
the long horse back ride from Mid
die Fork lo Salmon this week, Mrs o
Pearson and daughter going to
Boise for the winter. Mr. Pearson
will return to the Middle Fork ranch
after election, but he expects tOjed
spend part of the winter in Boise. :
;
Mrs. Ethel White Brown, wlf- of j
from Portland on Wednesday. The 1
only other passenger on th» uatn in j
front Armstead was M-s Charles j
Webb who came from Butte where
he had been ln quarantine. The la- j
front ■ he I
train oven to get a luncheon. Theyl
had been informed of conditions but |
ohn Brown
nies told of ihelr lonesome trip, say
j na . tbat at i,eadore permission was
| r ,.f llf! ed them to alight
I were not prepared for their recep- '
j tion at Leadore, where
-heriff firmly but politely wav
dt P ul '.!
. . . . .
them to stay where they were'
i Were aboard lb< * car - And 80 ' h<?y
I fame on lo Salmon where relatives 1
| awalted them>
D r . o. t. Stratton, the former phy
sician of Salmon, now in harness as
an army surgeon with the rank of
«»captain, is at this time at the Itocke
teller Institute. New York, expecting
i ate r to go to Camp Dix, N. .1. for
; further instruction, and thence
j acr0 ss the «e.ts, where It Is very cer
j tain the able surgeon will give the
pr0 per account of hlnnteif. He
wishes to be remembered by those
of his friends at home to whom he
has not time to write. Among other
his friend W. C. White has received
a p08tcard frora Dr Stratton show
'ns his picture in soldier togs, with
the inscription, "Can you blame the
Huns for wanting to quit?''
♦ ___
YOUR EYES
IF DEFECTIVE, CAN EFFECT
YOUR
TEM.
ENTIRE NERVOUS SYS
H1VP tucu PROPPRIV
------ have THEM PROPERLY
ATTENDED BY A SPECIALIST,
SEE DR. H. H. SCARBOROUGH AT
THE SHENON HOTEL, SALMON,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NO
VEMBER 12 and 18
AT LEADORE HOTEL THURS.
kinwrunco ia i c-r uim
.DAY NOVEMBER 14. LET HIM
STOP YOUR HEADACHES
LEGAL ADVEJRTfS
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. <G6i34)
Department of the Interior. C S.
i^Dd Office at Hailey. Idaho, <>cto
ber 14, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Oil
Idaho,
who, on September 29, 1914, made
Homestead Entry, No. 016130, for a
ver J. Randall of Salmon.
tract of about Î0.17 acres within the
Salmon National Forest, embraced
n Homestead Entry Survey No. 431.
List 4-662, approximately m sections
f> and 6 ' tow n»hlp 19 north, range 21
east Boise Meridian. described by
metes and bounds ns follows: Begin
nlns at comer No. 1. a porphyry
stone marked HI, whence the For
est Service Monument (hereinafter
d«scribed) heur» N. 65 degrees E. 12
chains extending thence 3. 65 de
grees W 39 chains; thence S. 20 de
grees E. 13 chains; thence 3. 77 de
grees 45 min. E 13 chains; thence N.
56 degrees 30 min. E. 29 chains;
thence N. 20 deg. W. 16 chains to the
place of beginning Variations 19 de
grees 30 min E. Sahl Forest Service
Monument consists of a porphyry
rock, whence the southeast corner
of Sec. 32, T. 20 N_ R. 21 E, bears
S. 84 degrees E 41 chain*. There is
excepted therefrom a strip 30 feet
----r-— . b.i.l, „„ lt . ln
.wide described as follows. Beginning
H point on line IIS to HI of the
tract, whence corner No 1 bears N.
20 degrees W. 5 chains; extending
thence 15 feet on each side of a line
frtinning S. 39 degrees W. 11.40
(chains; thence S. 12 degrees W.
111 :»0 chains to ihe place where the
lj." 1 0 ..J ,rl J
L an Une H 4 fo 21 »/whence c^er
No 4 bear „ g 55 d „ Krw8 , 0 mm ^
o 9 ,-halns, has filed notice of inten
tion to m^e three year proof to es
tubliah claim lo (he land above des
jcrlbed before Allen ('. Merritt, Unit
States Commissioner, at Salmon,
Idaho, on the twelfth day of Decent
; be 5v,
j „<,!*"!•?* witne-He#*
Durand
1 () y s«'lm<m" ?daho*
j BEN R. GRAY. Register,
j October 25—November 29.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 019020
Department of the Interior, US.'
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Sep
tember 25, 1918.
'
| NOTICE is hereby given that
' ^ hartes
\ember 18, 1918, made Homestead
^lEniry. No. 019020. for S's, NW«4;
hurles M. Burroughs of Lrtuhl,
.enihl county Idaho, who on No
|north. range 21 east, Boise Meridian, 1
1
N4 8W>4. section 17.. township 18
has filed notice of intention to make
Ihree year final proof to establish
claim to the land above described
before Erle H. Casierlln. Probate
Judge, at Salmon, l.euihl county,
Idaho, on the twentieth day of No
V 'claimant names as witnesses:
Mark D. Miller, Joseph D Grady,
Walter GUI, Lorenzo H. Allison, All
of Lemhi. Lemhi county. Idaho
BEN R. GRAY, Register.
October 4- November 8.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 017788.
Department of the Interior. U. 8.
Land Office at Halley, Idaho, Sep
tember 25, 1918.
NOTICE Is herebn given thaï Wll
'ber II. Hays of Tendoy, Idaho, who,
1 o n May 20, 1915, made Homestead,
! Entry, No 017788, for SK*< NWU;'W'
i NK '■* S W 1 4 ; SW'4 NWV. Lot 4.
Section 5. Townsrlp 19 north, rang
124 east. Boise Meridian, has filed no
tiee of Intention to niMke three ye r
fln:tl I ' r00f - 10 WltaWUh rlahn IO ,b "
)anj j abov ,. described before Alton ('.<
j Merritt. United States Com ofiwlcn
fr , at Salmon. Idaho, on thu twenti-j
etli .lay of November, 1918.
Claimant ncmes as wl'm-sses:
(Clarence Pveatt of Tendoy, li'who;
W Ul«m J ; Jolly of Tendov. Idaho;
Charles \\. Snook of Salmon. Idaho;
R ABld|wa of Ss | m „n. Idaho
, BEN R GRAY, Register.
! October 4 -November 8.
I IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
I Hagen's Cash Market
for meats, vegetables and poultry
FRESH, COOKED AND SALTED.
^ A complete ,tock of fre-h "neats oi a!! kinds. Cold
$
ham, tongue, chicken and roa a a
All fruit - and vegetable in tason.
Phene vour orders, which have prompt attention
at all t irres.
={
Tour Live Stock Meins Money to Yot?
Let us handle your next shipment and get you
top Market Prices. Spokane is your nearest ship
ping point and the place where you can get best
returns.
SHIR TO US
and be assured of the very best selling service.
We can fill feeder and stocker orders.
P. W. MURPHY COMMISSION CO.
tournant' t 'tiioti Stock ) 'ards
SWKJ.YK, - - - ir./N///.\/
To the people of the Sixth Judi
ctal District,
Thi * ia ,0 ln fo rnl that I am
on *' of 'be two candidates whose
names were on the primary ballot,
for your consideration In choosing a
district judge. I have caused my plc
tur ^. lo j*, printed here, with my
message, because that is the nearest:
1 can C0,M, ' t0 mak ' n k a personal vla-l
It to each of you.
'" u - COUJ **. wi *l understand
'bat it would take up too much of
my time to visit all ihe homes, and
It would lake up some of your valu
able lime to receive me when 1 call
, ( | perhaps In a busy time for you.
Wo can both expend our 'man pow
( f .. (Q a , our wrork. »
* employ the press of your commun
By to say to you that I tun a randi
. , , , . . ,, .
^ ,,,k !i "'' admitted to the Par In
Michigan In 1879, came to Sainton
City, Idaho, in 1898 and have pntc
tjeed law and held Judicial poaltions
daee for this important position, ami]
I hat 1 earnestly solicit your comdd-j
< ration In making a choice of where]
you will be.stow your vote.
1 am a native of the state of New
by (U rn for these thirty nine years
, a , u Wt ,„ | nf armed In all branches ol|
1 d#nco of Ihe people of Lemhi coun
'
law and litigation usual to this dis
,rlrl 1 *' n J°y ' b,> rmpett and confl
ty. have always been counted amont
those who stood for what Is best ant
highest In citizenship, and when
„ccupy a Judicial posit!«» I expect w
bonor , b o office by conducting Iti
pf et ^, lnrH wlth <llKnity Hml d ,^ or
'» h >^ a di.pasalonat.
Interpretation and application of th.
Ifw.
: I a .k ill -t you accept this prlnte.
me «sago in place of a pér imai meet]
NWU;'W' r ,od>iy -
_
In-., and allow me to say that th,
picture Is not sent on any aasmutf
tlon that ye i cared for It, but sine:
ea h life Is depleted in the feature*
,-nd von wish to be your own jiklg
oi character of the man you plac
at the head of the court* of your dh
i riet the camera whs employed la#
week to picture me correctly In you
J H PADGHAM.
r
RE-OPENED
"
('.<
j
| .
THE SHENON DININ'C, RCCî|
BY MRS. TAYLOR

xml | txt