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GIRLS WILL TRY
FOR A SIOO CUP
Porno onn of the larger hlnh
of Wnahlngton will mid to
It* collection of athletic trophies
this fall a $100 cup. denoting the
state championship In Industrial
w.-rk. A content. planned If kl*«>
'the largor high schools a distinct
[part In the flr»t state-wide agricul
tural and Industrial school contest,
'has been announred by, J*tnt»»
! Superintendent Jo>-ephlne Preston
Kach hUli school with an enroll
mont of 100 or over will be asked
to send ft team of three to the state
contest In Spokan*. October 28-30,
'to contest before the public In
carpentry, sewing an.l cooking
The following Seattle high
ischool* are entitled to enter teams
Broadway. Queen Anne. Pallard,
Franklin. Lincoln and West Side.
OUT TILL 4 A, M„
GIRL TAKES US
KEW YORK, July 4 -Florence
Kayle. a 17-year-old girl. whose
prettineas had begun to set her
feet on the dangerous path, tried
to kill herself by gns in the home
of her aunt. Mrs Agnes r>o*ey. last
night, after having been out the
night before until 4 o'clock In the
morning and spending moat of that
time In the rear room of a saloon
When her aunt sharply reproved
her yesterday and forbade her
leaving the house again last night,
the girl retired to her room, turned
on all the gas jets and lav down
on the bed to die.
Main Pens 95c
K to 14 Valuee
SHAW'S PHARMACY
2nd Av. and Madleon St.
RHEUMATISM
Stomach Trouble, Enema and All
Bkin tod Blood « « ■
sr^^wlpnurro
PIMM Ma Ift Ht
fyresTransfer Co.
Office 114 Jack ton H
SUMMER ICE
Telephone Elliott 5540
For Ice ratee. We guaran
tee toll weight and prompt
delivery.
ICC DELIVERY CO
■TgggTT WATTU
crmiui.l RAH.WAT
imaTTLa TO kvbrctt — UWIM
tralna ts >1 a. m tad tlt p at Local
trains t.M. I 11. ( It I It It IS. || II
a. tt:ta. 1 M I It. I IS. t It. • It
*:»*. T:lt. 1 IS, 14* II II s m 4«ltr I
Tlafest Otflcaa—-S«aiila nfih a*-, iw
WettlaSr: Oeaanwnod. A]as t>ruf Mora,
flth aa«3reenw *>4
mMTT TO "KATTI.E — Ualiol
traina I It a m. aa<l • It p m t.<x-aJ
tralna I N. I'M T It I M. I tt. II II
It tt a m.. II It aona. I oo : tt. i:ii
till. • tt. a-St. I »i. I ll II II | m
aaJir
frtlfli lasv*f bath clilrt I H | a
pacific Nn»Tiiwrjrr tractiom co.
■vanrTT. W*IH.
£
DR. L. R. CLARK, D. 0. S.
We Won't Hurt You
We have proved that fact to hun
dreds of people
If you enjoy hour* of agony and
torture In the dentist'* chair don't
come to ns. Oo to the other fellow,
his way la the old-fashioned way.
Ours la the new and absolutely
painless way. Which do you pre
fer?
Our prices are only half tha*
charged by any it our competitors.
-■Regular $10 Never-Sllp Plate*,
♦6.00.
Regal Dental Offices
Dr. L. R. Clark, D. D. 8., Manager
1405 Third Av, N. W. Cor. Union
NOTE—Bring This Ad With You
Wall Paper
Wall Paper
Wall Paper
WE have just received a carload of the newest and
latest designs of imported paper hangings. We
carry the largest stock of exclusive design# to be found
anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. Estimates are given
and contracts taken on interior decorating and house
painting. The largest line of pictures, mouldings, etc.,
in the city you will find here. Picture framing is our
specialty,
Globe Wall Paper Co.
907 SECOND AVENUE
Adolf Is Perfectly Contented With Osg'ar—Per-fect-lr. But Yet—
WHAT IS NOISE? AND WHY? WE TRY TO FIND OUT
VARIOUS ARE OPINIONS OF COMMITTEE THA TS AIMING TO MAKE IT A GRAVEYARD TOWN
Webater, yclept Noah. played
safe. He made no distinction* A
noise It a nolae. he opined, Just like
a cucumber la a cucumber.
"Nolae," said he In his well
thumbed book, "la any aound pro
ceedlUK from any cause."
Noah waa Impartial, unbiased. Un
prejudiced, non-partisan. non pollt
leal, non-aectarlan when It came to
classifying, analysing, dlaaectlng
and defining nolae.
Rut Noah la dead He la not a
member of the committee appoint
e<l by President Heaketh of the
council to swat useless nolae.
• • •
What Is uncles* noise? And,;
furthermore, when Is a nolae a
noise?
Ah, that's where the commotion
starts.
ess
FORGET TARIFF;
BUILD UP NAVY
TROT. July 4. — (8pl.» — 8t»-
preate Court Justice \V. O. Howard
of the appellate division In a
speech before the Troy high school
alumni laat night declared that the
regulation of wealth and the build
in* of a nary were far more Im
portant snbjects fw legislative ac
tion than tinkering with the 'ar
iff and "the direct primary nanta."
"While con greet wrestles with
the tariff Japan la surveying our
Islands In the Pacifie ocean." aald
Justice Howard. "Some morning
we will wake up to find that every
ahlp la sunk and every fort la cap
tured In the Philippine islands.
Then congreaa will deelet from Ita
chronic habit of the tariff and atari
to build a navy."
THREE UN MEN'S
MEETS PUNNED
Three big meetings for men wilt
be held In Seattle during the week
of the National Conference of Char
ities and Correction.
The first of the series I* to be
held at Plymouth church. Monday
eight, at R o'clock "Immigration '
will be discussed by Oraham Ta»
lor. Roger N. Baldwin will talk on
"Relation of Commercial Organl
aattons to Social Welfare," at the
second meeting. Tuesday evening,
at the Grand opera house. The third
and final meeting takes place at
Plymouth church. Alexander John
son and John Glenn being the prin
cipal speaker* This meeting will
be held FYlday night, the subject
of discussion being "Church and So
cial Work."
$8,500 FOR GIRI
RUTO VICTIM
Miss Anna Mlckelson was award
ed |fc,500 damages from George W.
Klsher by a Jury In Judge Humph
ries' court Thursday, for Injuries
sustained In an auto accident.
Miss Mlckelson got off a car at
Westlake and I>enny I>ecember 15
last, and as she walked around the
front of the car to get to the side
walk, the Fisher machine struck
her. In her complaint, Miss Mlckel
son alleges she has received perma
nent Internal Injuries.
The rumble of a volcano to one la'
hut sweet song to another "In My
llarein" Is a 100100 to your neigh
bors when sweet Anastasla Is en
tertaining bright eyed Harold lint
what Is It to you when you're trying
to knock out a few gentle snort's?
llaby's prattle Is music to daddy
Hut what Is It to tils bachelor
friend? The mayor's speeches ar«
always striking some keynote of
o*e kind or another In certain
quarters, but do you catch the roun
cil applauding?
e e •
"Scientific diagnosis." Dr. Donald
A Nicholson, the nerve specialist
on the committee, may elucidate,
"establishes conclusively Innumer
able Inxtances of physical and
mental states having variable "
Oh. well, what's the use?
I>r Teresa M McMahon of the
AND HE 'BEAT IT'
George K. Roomer, prints- llTlnit
Rt the Anllera hotel, *m nin down
fojr an automobile at Third ay. and
»t. at 10 o'clock Thiimdny
nl«ht. The anto rw»rer stopped and
the pollc* are unable to find any one
who noticed Ita number. Boomer
nuatalncd nevere Injurlea. according
to the phy»lclan» at the city ho»-
pltal.
Never Btltlert Liquid
Tooth Killer atopa the ache. I»rti(!-
glut* 26c.. —Advertlnement.
POOR DENTISTRY IS DEAR AT
ANY PRICE.
Our Truo-to-Naturo Tooth out-
II vn othora bocatiao of thn fine
wfirkmnnnhlp and quality.
They romhlno oomfort and appear
and, unefulno*n and durability,
Many artflrlsl Ret* of Teeth koep
a hotiaowlfo no huay "tucking them
up" that no time In loft to k»*t tho
childron ready for school. A por
tion ha* Roniothlnß duo to do than
1>« worrlod hy an obttlnata «ot of
tooth.
Trueto*N«turo Tooth bahavs.
Boautlfitl Hot* at $5, $10 and $15
por oi't, arrordln* to material u*«d.
Boston Dentists
1420 72 Hrrnnd A»^nilf.
Op|H*«ltr Hon Miirfhd.
la pr«s«ut location 11 jrcars.
THK STAR—KKTDAY. JULY 4. 1013.
' I'nlreralty of Waahlnirton, another
member of th« committer. may u*k
the wholr worlit t» liaar (he "crylnic
nred of the MC.' whether It'a th<-
tariff. or currency law*. the mayor'* 1
auto, the pantaloon aklrt, or tbi
tango Hut would th« whole world
Ilaten* Nay, Orraldlnr. the "crytiiK
dn4" would bring cotton to many :
< oara.
Chug blkra and but* wßcon* take
th«» Btbykmlc baron for nola* mnk
Itif. you *ay- Hut do they* Will'
Rugene I. McAllaater. member of
thx Auto flub, no well aa oil the
1 nolae aaaaaiilnatloa committer
agren with you?
* • •
Prtigrraa la not uaelnaa nolae. he
I will t«|| you. and the whll and thr
whir and thr hum of motor-pro
pellrd whetila ap«>ll progreaa. Tut
> down ganollne nolan? K"*r tw< It
l<ymY55WG
HI Batan Brolejj—
W Her*. In the raya of the blaitng *un
| And the h<at of the aumtner weather,
f The Cause that lx>at and the Cause that Won
I Met on the field together;
And the Boys tn («ray and the Boys In Clue
Kought for the Cause they thought waa true
k tn the battle'a amoke and smother.
ft And the h|i<od run red and the fields grew black
f And the dead lay atlll In the cannon a track.
Aa brother fought with brother.
There were deeds of daring on either aide
Mid the htg gun*' craah and thunder.
Which thrill the b«-art with a mighty prlda
And the hraln with a aenae of wonder.
To think of the gallant lada ami gay
Who fought for the blue or the somber g-ay
With a bravery fine and splendid—
And then we shudder to think. In truth.
Of the thouaanda alaln In the flower of youth
When the long hot day waa ended.
The battle waa won and the price waa paid
tn agony, blood and treaatire.
And wlfo and mother and sorrowing maid
Knew pain that we may not measure.
For thua we learned at a fearful coat
That the bra re lx>at Cause waa better lost.
Though gallant In aong and story,
I-ost. that the t'nlon might not dlo
tlut Bouth and North alike might fly
The Hag that we call Old Glory!
A Leu Deadly Fourth; How the Safe and Sane Day
It Saving Thousands of Children
Hundred* of American cities and towns have adopted the
sane Fourth. In most of these places the prohibition against
the use of explosives is absolute. In others special fireworks
displays are allowed by special permit of the city government.
'Hie agitation of si* years for an expurgated Fourth has
saved thousands of children from death and injury. This is
shown in the following summary of Fourth of July injuries
from 1903 to 1912. inclusive:
ninths. Tnjtirlog. H
3 y •* sr sri d r oh i
3 o 2 ji(»|s|ci tr £. S c •
g g £ 8 S JB o» 5 |
O 0 »*• o ' 0 "f ' CX r
ykar. s?- . i
S?: .B .©
5 « "8,|2 a : S
2 t S :ft :
i • . f:> 3 3 • : E : ?
: i : : : i : : :g.
DJI totals fft 35; IT | h i:i iaf THTJ] 5T7"; pis
1911 totals i in! 47j 57 H; 2B HO 83 l,:t»'< 1.64'. 1.K03
1010 totals I «V «4; 131 V 33 i!«i 114 2«lL' L'.VJf.'
1906 totals 1126 Hit 216 I 1«: 3«| 41 1?». 4.K2Jt| 6,307
1908 totals | 5610h| 183 I 11 j 93, 6?j IH4 ft,U6| 6.4H0 |
1907 totals ! «2!102 1114 12| 7r. 67| 237 3.S«K! ! 4,413
1908 totals j 761 K.tj 16S 22' 721 6«i 227! 4,931, 6.30S ! 6,41.1>
1906 totals ! 87j 96 182 26 10«! 8(i 221j 4.6«2| 4,994 I 6,17ti
1904 totals ! 91. 92! 189, 19j (11 Hl| *08, 8,«87i 3,980 1 4,1»i9
1908 totals |406| «0| 4«6|j 10| 76[ 64| 174| 8.«70| 8,983 | 4,449
Totals for 10 years.!»B4;77flp7f«ojil**|B9B|476|l,««7!36.479l{tr3!M*ilTiiTT7
JAPS STICK TO
THEIR CLAIMS
WASHINGTON, July 4 Tho
latest Japanese notn supplementary
to the rejoinder of Juno 4, on the
California alien land law protest
was delivered Thursday to Secre
tary liran by Ambassador f'hlnda.
The note Is simply an elaboration
of some of the joints contained In
the rejoinder
Following the policy pursued In
the proceeding phases of tlje ne
gotiations, the state department and
tho Japanese embassy by agree
ment. withheld from publication
ftuy ot the detulls of this last note.
i from »nch. Tb»r«-'a not anough
uola* rrealnd by th«m now. Hw
tha mortality Hutu
• • •
Yea, who can toll whan Un nol»*
u iiolhc? Who run rtanalfy:
I<OUd KOI
Profoaaor Tnft.
Th* *artia*«» Inroatliatlon.
"Thn Um*nn« Pl*."
JtidK* Humphrlaa
Councilman (Joddard.
1 Th« Bulgarian dr»a»
The IliilKarUn war.
T R
Haiiinicar
• • •
Who can «rx»ak authorltatlraly «r>
noliwii and thn nalur" thereof?
Thar«'« our rrcent rrntid Jury tl
«>■ nothing but a whtaimr. YH
It wan a arroam
We »hnuM worry'
Gen. Savoff Is
Premier Now
VIENNA, July Dispatches re
ceived here today from Sofia state
thnt Premier Danleff of llulgarla
nod hi* cabinet have resigned. Gen.
Peretoff, in Ik said, has formed 11
now ministry, with (ion. Hnvoff,
who won fa mo for his victories
against Tnrlcoy, as minister of war
It wns also reported here today
thnt Hulgarla's main army hud ■no
ceeded In #iiiflinikliiK tin- Servian
troops, and Is now advancing on
Kumanova.
M.iture Judgment of Duko Ludwlg
In navaria, who Is N2 years old. Is
to »u« bU actios* wlfu for divorce.
PAGE LETS 'EM
EAT AT HOME
LONDON. July 4 —The nf* am
baaandor, Dr. Walter H Page, did
not fffi the American colony to
day, un ha<| been the uniform prac
tice of hi* wealthy predeceaaor. th«-
lai« \\ hltelaw Held, on Independ
ence day l»r I'nge haa not yet ea
tabllahcd hla homo, and he
fecla unable to keep up with the
lavloh a< ale of hospitality that uaed
to priTill it DorehwUf how.
WEJTLAKE
PUBLIC MARKET
Fifth, Sixth and Pine
Big Specials
Low Prices—highest Quality
Market will be open all day Saturday up to 10 p. m., even though day ii
declared Legal Holiday by Governor.
Shop where you meet the producer; where you have a host of good* to
choose from. Everything for the table right before your eyes—not hkMa
in a stuffy cellar or in a dark, hot store. What you buy is fresh and ataqi
fresh.
Thousands of shoppers have learned the economy of buying at Ik
Westl&ke.
Free Delivery - Free Delivery
Every section of the city is covered by our free delivery. You can boy
today and have it delivered the same day, unless you live in the subvk
The best delivery in the city today.
A The Largest Retail Distributers of A
Foodstuffs on the Pacific Coast
Tomorrow —Hi est-Grade Day—M lest-Grade Blend
Vou Can't Afford to Miss This Liberal Offer!
312 Ml-GRADE COFFEE CO. 313
STONG'S MARKET
\\n av# KM IMMk *"<1 alwaya th«rf
with gutlily aiv! Xjnw I'rlraa
. r. -tea r.aatarn M»m» »h »ta or half
'2'2r
HirJrilr frvth killed Ctilcfcana. lb
2ftr **d 22f
a'* <\r» < '-rn Ti«v«' lb litf «od 1 |c
r. ki**l '>«i* Hlba. II \*ZC
l-liotw vtaalr* <*•»» 1 all for -tall l?A
Pure Cane
Sugar 95.10
:i Ilia HM«f #!.«><>
t C< «t<»:#na f>o«*
♦ ran# Milk
• AM H'tl'iirr '£TV#*
\ §f k Rtllr « *»nt»nnlal 1
PaMM BM»t9««ii Klcfe FM*M Rtn
rr*>nd'» |«nM or Kr»n« Fl-Mir #1.2!%
STALL 123—Tokio Grocery
20 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar.
fl.O©
3 rant mir*4 rinwippl*
7ir AtptirajnM jjs**
jOcj lta.l Balmon. S f«r 2^l
» 'J r
*z r»
i .AM* <'arni»i'nn Milk JlOf*
STALL 104—GROCERY
Lucky Strike Fruit Co.
Wa at* n<»w l<>ea.t*d n*«t !<• tha rnr
flrft fruit Stand on Fifth nn<l
rina
iJkTg* Cantaloupe* t for * 'or
Italian rrtinaa. ba»Va« IfS**
dwaat Ph«rrl#«. lb
BparUl aal* on Pharrlaa and Wtraw
harrlan for Saturday
I»m> t Tr\r**t our n»w
How r • i* <■». 10 Iba '2t»«•
Jttlcy l.'tM fi«. d r-M ; I for "tPf* 4
' *ant aln»it»m *»a<'h r,f
STALLS 200-215
BIG SPECIAL
Cannln* t'harrlaa and l»«»rrloa.
Naw 1 fat .a«. * lh« 25#*
hi aii, ?o.i—oriv fur \ MFin.
I omU'a 111 -Orario Home- Mad* ( andlr**
HI AM 101
Sfto pannut Hrlttla. lb lOl*
4On Victoria, hnn«l rolled and rrln.^mi
mmmammmmJH&JZb
1(H). *®r ( \\s I INF.HT NOHW \\
m kmimi. t nut
r» w
Stall 19 Mf*at Scction
I . it- 1o«'
Valuta! I."»«
40, iiati'i roll#4 and VlotorUk Cnooo
lataa, ll> 'JISC
MTAI IX H?? i>t4
Stall 12—Union Shop
Corn liaof. |b,... lOl* *"d 12*^4*
• 'ompound Ijard. ? In* ..
it .-v., - i rt;- -
Am all*. * ">■ • !£fW*
Toadt i loin Boh I lt>«
STALL 325
I I.iuk« Puniinbri s anrlt IV*
I lritrK* ll«'t«l l.attuoa. S for <•» of
Stall 16 —Meat Scction
\i >.« toe
Viiol trd Ihitis ttiil I »«»iiKhnul«. 2 • •u
inc
»T \i i mi i«»\s m I I I»>I<
FIRST FISHERIES
PATROL TO BEGIN
The flmt flaherlea patrol the
United Htatea haa ever had In thn
North will hoitlu In a few daya,
«hrn the yacht Oaprey will leave
here. Tlil» announcement *u mad*
by Ward T. Bower of the I'nlted
Stat«H bureau of flaherlea, who I*
In lh« city today The Oaprey,
which the icovernmcnt bought from
thn Ataaka I'ncki-ra' Aaaoclatlon, I*
nt present at Blaine. Her atatlon
will bo nt Juneau Th<- Oaprey will
protect lh<- fisheries from poacher*.
Bandit clean-up In Perala the paat
year baa been $100,000.
amir, will keep
jiuihj prices down.
?! Ibe Oranuleted Hurar...
(elth $10© grocery order, apeciele not
included.>
•' Llpton'i Tea, lb
pe< Ha#* Cream of Wheat | f»<»
• 1* pa* k*fM Keed»»d ItalaJna
« l©o i«m I'nderwood't Hardlnae 2!\f
. t b<>«tle Celery Fait IOC
• d"*en H«liai)ro Jar Hlnfi . ijSc
rana Aaparnfua Jftr
1 II cana App'ea jjof
• »til- n . aita Applee ii&C
Inittle Queen Ollrw. . |{>c
<o rana Hl|m» Olive* ...... . .|o«*
cana Italr Olive <Hi
' • Ohtrardeill'a Cncoa» 1b......
lb« new \\ alnuta
I*ll r*< ta, Vanilla and T-emon lQf
It paJla Karo Hyrup •
s rnna Tomatoea «'.»rn <r Iteana l&fic
'• y Heap. ...
:•-r fine itrooma «lßc
4 10c roll® T llet Paper..
«"• 10c rana < Moan err 2l>r
1 r aa ki halt lO<T
3 6 b'liea Sear- hllfbt Matrhea ltl# %
« ■ in* Milk, with p.trrhtae
AH brenda Flour at cut prlroa
I hr*r» prt« k«m»«1 fur all neit week
Fruit Department
I vtra Jar*e Ctiruml-Tf. «*ach
I'ancy n«w r«>tat -• a. 10 lba
< holoeet Katln* Applea doaen. ..¥|>#»
1 ancy Caittaloupoa. « for
Hananaa, d<»cen ... lOf
Aweet Cherrlee. lb (V<*
STONG'S GROCERY
(ontw With and IMne.
a if| Center of A C|
o4Z J4Z
Save Money and Buy Good Fruit
SWEET CANTALOUPES.
3 for 10r; 8 for 2f»C
LEMONS, high pra<lc, doz.
HOC
ORANGES, sweet and
juicy, doz 15C
Cnnnlnn lU»rrtoß anil Ohnrrlpg a
Specialty.
You novrr Rot Htung at Stall 542,
tucHURe everythtnK 1b guaranteed.
342—342—342—342—342
8.81,— STALLS —116
CIRCLE W MARKET
Pure Clrclt W l*nl, lb
No. S pall Lard f T»C
No B pall l«ard 7X« i
No 10 pall l*nrd HI.RO
I oaf 1 .ard, lb. 1 |f*
Hacon. lb 22<* aor
Froah and Tickled Bide Fork, lb lfa#*
We carry n full line of Fancy Hoaat
Ing and Frying (*hlckena
Oliver Smoked Meat House
m \i i so:i— main noon
For the boat In Itmokad Meata, Pott 1 -
try and Sntiaug»'w. try tlila Stall
l.urfe, now Fotntooa. 3 lb#.. lOf
Hpentel on Btrawberrlea and
«'herrlea bv the crate RTALL *?ftl
W„,d. by Sch«f„
Mu.ic by M«cDon*!,J
BOY AVIATOR IS
BADLY INJURED
PROBBER, Waah.. July 4._h»f.
vey Crawford, boy aviator, loat cg»
trol of hla aeroplane whlla trying
avoid the rrowd that miilied ogi«
the field, and wai .erUioaly Injury
here laat nlrht when the machlaa
turned turib Hla right ana *u
fractured and he waa fearftlh
! bnilaed.
7HRIF GROCERY CO.
Z.UDLL STALL 2ia
Phone order* rarelra prompt a»4
ful attention.
No. 50 Sack Ix>cal Flour
$1.25
Many other aprctali wol
HARD WHEAT FLOUR,
SACK fIJI
4 Large Cans Milk... 25#
(delivered with order)
3 cans Tomatoes, Corn or
Beans 25#
3 Tcllo or Bromw
gclon 25#
3 cans Campbell's Soups2sf
4 lbs. "Elbows" Macaroni
25*
Pajaro Cider Vinegar, jgl
and jii£ 40#
STALL 352—CORN EYOROCM*
Seattle Tea A Coffw
Company.
KTAI.L tit ..
40c Arcadia Coffee. J Ibt
Good Coffee. 1b... 'Iff
Fnc-»lored J a nan Tea. lb.
Sic Ounp.>wd»r Tea. 1b...« «lf
I-a r ire bottle pure Kitraota ;
Bp!cea, t-o«. can* ♦vB j
PEOPLES BUTTER «To«i
IH-LOHM noo;
I Ihe Wash Creamery nutur.p^W
Fancy Swim Chooaa,
353—MOTHER'S KITCHEN-^*
Our Specialty—l- layer OJw*' l**|
I 11 < me-made Dread a ■peclalty—• Jj*
I l/-av«
PACIFIC - COAST Fish to.
MAU. JOI )U
! Halibut, I lbs (|2
salmon, lb •••'in
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J d-ren CocoAilttt Cakea.
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Fnnov, Now Potatoes, 7 lbi.«fW
STALL 340
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tlrcle lamb Chena, lb
itrnie-inade Lard, lb
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