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THE MARBLE HILL PRESS. MARBLE HILL, MISSOURI.
The Mardfi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONES L BEDFORD-JONES Coormht br noubie.ir, u( cw, CHAPTER IX Continued. IS "Hooka be d d ; Uortl the chief, iod leeued forward earnestly. "Look kr. Fell! Iki you believe In v,iur keart that Mitlllard killed hit father r rVII tai kllent a moment uuder that talent ecrutiny. 'From tli etldeuc. I ara fori-ed igalust aty will to boliev It." he uld tt lam. "Of course, he'll be able to rote that t waa Uot the Masquer on previous iHvavluna: bla allbia will take car of that. Up to the point of the rime iieopleT They bought It Intvo- ceutiy.- a ihu liar amll uii ina awry. "in fa.-i d... t i ' ii irom a man named l.u. n"til. at the eildcm will how rr, clearly." Hfii t'harherr Blurted, slur be bad piij uiai rar hiiuaelf. Tbeu a alow ilrtii rume i,io bl tlitu fVaturve a rio wideued luio a noieeleas launh. "Waaler, ou in UiagtiMcent !" n esld. and roe. V-II. If tber l( nolo. In" further ..ii band. 1 aha 1 1 go to bed u e.VIleiH program." uld Jarhli. urder. bla tory all right. And. r11- '" ' hl bat from the desk y rrleud, there la chance a ,.r 1 """"t tft aome Wu m.if a (nance a vorr Him, tenuous chance-that bla entire tery la tru la that cat, another eraoo must have appeared aa tba Waaajuer. which seems unlikely" "Or else." put la I Chscberr. smoothly, "the real original Idaiquer "owed up I" There was aa Inataot silence. Ja cola tell regarded lila henchman with leady grey eve4, ,tfJ (.tiairhrrr met tba loek with almost a trc of dd auce. Th chief frowned darkly. "Yew." aald tba chief. 'That a tbe Ua of U, Fell. Tour keenm1 oulet lory left tb offlr aud tba build up inuriuer. Thre boura afterward th dawn had art In-, coi,L fray aud dismal dawn that rua upon a city llitered with the aftermatb of carnival. "Lean edl.ea,lay- It ,, ,blr f01 Tbua far, tha city to general waa it owant of tha tmke,i, which bad taken I'lat at tha ery concluaion of Ita ayet carnival a.-aa.m. Within few tura builneaa and aix-lal HreiM uld be awein by tba fact of Joaeph Malllard a murder, but at thi. a cluater of towering tree. Indeed, treea were averywbt-ra about tha farm, bleb bad gr.wn up In a regular p Ung forrat. The lull.tlnKa were In a mln..ua atata clapbiMiriU hnmUt I'KHWly, roofa o.tted bf guplng b.l. l.r and window a long ainct rne Leaving the car. tiratuont. follow l tba chauffeur, went to the front l.orway and aurveyed tha wre,ka.:e Inalde. "What do you My. Hammond? Tlili.k e can n..n here, or 1:0 l.ark 1., ti,- "eir 11 nt much of town" Hammond pointed to plac facing them. 'I ran get thla ahark rinnnt n..t 1. ahout h,if Bn t,UP,nli . anyhow. When w get a Are g..ln' In , ..... .-ar-i U 1 ne winnowa an wora, we ought to be romf...t.i. enough. Hut ault youraelf. cap'o! ita Jour funeral." Uraraont laughed. "All ri.t ahead and clean up, then, and If rain cmea down we ran ramp her. e ura and ltMk for aaakea 1. The floor aeema aonml. and If therea CONFERENCE WORKS OUT PLANS ON THE MARKETING OF LAMBS a run wtda fire- aaaut Ua Baue of tba real Uaaquer; ""' f bt day tba city alept Tba "V-T - ... n,ll' Ira. w bleb today carrtad . Bcm." aald Tell, calmly. -I hap- Hoty that promlaed to abork paa to know that bo waa In the audi- D1 "n the entlr romuiuolty war terluai at tbe time of the murder." n dlatrlbuted. Agaua alienee, lleo Cbacherr at a red K'"J befor daylight. Henry Qp.. at rU, wltb aiaaacment and admlra- and Hammond break fa ated aorry Um la blj gaja. "When tha uaater otT by all In tba rar Tbay waa, no Uea magnlflcently !" be tuur- U outaldo town and aweoolni ure4 l. mocb. on their way ,0 TVmJ, 3!f Well." nod tba cblef geatured de- B1 town of Pmradia befoe. tK.. OMUlngVy. "1 gueaa tbat lota out tha r,,!ll1 that tba day Wtal Hie. aT.kltia fb K e4 . , - appreriaDiy. inatead. It remained vary rloudy and gloomy. - miu ureal or rala u tba air Weather mattered little to Oramont When Anally tba oicwllent highway im oeuino. ana they atartod on tho la at lap of their aeveety-mlla rid, they found the pariah roada eterrahla and tba going alow. Tbua. noon waa ran aUoauer. ebr "xctly." aaaaotod Fell. "No uae Wgging ala nam into It. I U keep work on thla. cblef. and If any thtjif twrna up to clear young Hall iard, TU bo vary glad " "AU right." grunted tbo chief, and rwao. TH bo on my way." U tieparted. Neither Fell nor Ph.. ohojTO moved or apoke for a apaco. " n,nl wnn they at length pulled la- Whon at Wmgth tba claug of tbe ele eator door reoounded through the do- oerted corrtdora Ben Cbacberro allpd from hla clialr tod weut to the outer oor. IU glanced out Into tbo hall, eioaed th door, and with 1 nod n turned to hla chair. "Welir Jachln Fell regarded him with Intent, aeanhltig eyea "Have you any light to throw on tba Oix-a-eioBf ChMborro'a uaual air of cool impu eoc waa never In evldenco when be talked wltb Mr. Fell. "No," ho aald. abaklng hla bead. "Hammond worked on tbo car until aiiuo vciock, tnen teat It to bed. I fttoaa. I quit tbe job at ten, fld bla Ugbt bad been out aomo tlma. WelL nmaatcr. thla la a aueer afr.iri Tboro'a no doubt that Oramont pulled w11 w'' from ,bt llroad. It waa a to faradla, the town eloaeet to I.uclo tdanola' bayou land. The r.i. ... aim noiamg oir. T . to rain,- nheerved Or "-ui. i. a u,, ror tn hotM tn(, t fcimethlng to eat. Ml have to locate the land, which la aomewhere near town." They dlarovered the hotel to be an ancient atruotur. and boaattng prlrea wnnny or i.antte and bla buccaneer. Aa In many aiuall towna of lulaiana. nowever. tne f.wd proved Ot for a amg. Aner a light luncheon of quail erayflah blague, and probably Illegal TTOi.00. uraiuoot algheJ regret that ho could eat no more, and aet about 1 1 w v iff . .1 . Rheumatism and Dyspepsia Are Soon Ended tlctttua of atoniach trouble aad rheuiuttllani oft. n flud tbat when their atomarh la a, t In order, tbo rheuma tlatn dlaappewra. TnouaamU of peopio a very where bava teat I fled tbat Tanlao haa freed tbera of both troublea atm taneoualy. Mr. Robert Trotter, IU Btat u, Bt. I'aul. Wlnn aaya: "About year ago t hecaa t a dow hill. Hour atomarh and rbewma turn In my arma and ahowloVr tea mo In miaery all tbo time Rioro tak ing Tanlac all any acfce and pat have gone, and my atomarh la I la ahap I'm glad to eodoree awrh o medldno." lUdly dlgeotod food filial tha wtu ayatem with rolna Rnewmrlaa nd many other comptalnta wot gea orally recognited aa having IheJr oat gin la tbo atomarh qlrly reared k tbo right treatment. Get b4tM to day an food druggl at Advert ka. ment Lamh, io,, Amblod In , D.., y. UI.MU the Varv ova aaarweta. -Think Wa Can It.. H .. a. Back to tha Hetalr plenty of moaa on th tree, w ra make up cvoifortable bed To- bad your not a (lahermaa, or wa might get a freah Bah out of tbo bayoo " "I got aome tackle In toww" m.A Hammond grinned widely. -IMM0 work! The make veurweir at home and go to It. Wa ve na - tbo afternoon befor no." Oramont left the bona, and kmUi down toward tbo bayou ahar. Ha took a letter from hi porkat. rrMrW br I NM Hmnuri or artmiwr Mana for tbe iur orderly market Ing of natlv lamh at Jeraey ttty and New Tork city, and tbe elimination of violent fluctuation In price nf v and dreawed lamb at thee marketa. aro to o worked ot by a maunlue reprwattng live atork rummlaolo m alaughterera. retailer, rail raw da. atork yard oompanlea at Jeraey tlty and New Tork. eaeter lamb prodarera aad the Totted Male Inerttn4 or Agrtrwltur. Thla rvmnaltteo waa aiiated aa a reault of tbe coofern railed reveatiy by the rnite-l Htatea 1 part meet pf Agriculture, at Jeraey tit, At IMa c4.rereaK nwoaheea of the trade rep rraetillng th varioua ln!ereta en gaged I th handling marketing a.aughtenag and retailing of lamba at Jeraey Oty and New Tork met mre wntatlvea of eheep and lamb pre 'tucera and tbe department lrrtlral ' ke factor rraible f, ike l.h floctuatloo la lamb prtree at Jor ev ttty daring certain perloda wore hroiigbt nut by full dlruMta. Ihe conference devet. th fart tbat tbe lamb problem at Jerwy Oty a a prwturtlo aad marketing prob- rra rvmninea aad that Ita aotuUm l ea largely B the hande of tbe pr .luira and alaughterera of native .a.ul.a. although live atak rommtaoto ut and retaU moat dealer ran iMH th altatb u. br "Tou think aor aaked Fell. CbAcherre made a gesture of aaaent. "Whoa tho tree falla. tbe kid can climb "i Any fool can . tbat Oramout waa th man. Dou't you think ao ruraolf, BuoaterT" Jafibia Fell nodilxd. "Tea. But we've no evidence, rythlag Ilea againat youn MatiiarH arty In the morning Oramont goea to Faradla to examlna that land of Miaa w-J "Vak Hai. Fall I De You Believe In Yowr Heart That Milliard Killed Hla ratherr" ldanlJ aloug tba bayou. Hell rwbakir aay nothing of thla murder t Ha mm aad. and tha chauffeur may att lad t about It until a day or tw Uy get few oawapapera down taer "Drlv dw ta Paradia in tbo mora lac Boa; gat lato touch with Ham wad. aad lcver what time Or, aaoat got homo tonight Write m. wwat yon Sad oat. Then takt charge f tala at tha Qunberta place. Uak nra thai every car I bandied right A hdaanra man from Mobile wlU bw bar tomorrow to trace tha Non. Twla that Oramont now dreolate atiot, unpalnted and BBkm The pariah aeat of Houma bad rubbed It of all life and growth on tbe on nana: on the other, the new ..11 .-a gae aiat net had not yet touched It .-v.umwara lay th awamp fully forty nillea of It, merging by dgreee into the tiulf. rorty ml lea of cypreaa inarun ana wimnng bayou. unrharteA unrxplored aave by occasional huntere or aetnlixvaaloiial aherlffa. No man knew who or what might he In thoae awnniin. and no one cared to know Tti. ni.n 1. 1 , . - . omuKui m nan r oyatera In hla kl(T might be a bayou fisherman, and he might b a mnr dcrer wanted In ten at tea Curloalty ni.i 10 prove ettreniely unhealthy i.iae me Atrnaralaya. where rhanc travei.-r nn.l themaelvea abruptly or- arefl elsewhere, th Terr.-t.onn awampa have their own eecreta and know how to koen th.m Oramont had no difficulty In locat ing the Ledanola land, and he founrf tht It waa by no meana In tbe awamp. A part of It. lying cloaer to Hon. had been Bold and waa now lnclu.W In the new oil district; It waa thla por tion which Joseph MaUlard bad a..M off. The remainder, and th larreat nor. Hon. lay north of Paradia and raw along the west bank of tbe bayou for half a mile. A long-abandoned farm. It waa high ground, with tbo timber well cleared off and etcellently lo cated; but tenanta were bard to get and ahlftleaa when obtained, ao that the place bad not been farmed for tho last Ave yeara or more. After getting these facta, Oramont consulted wltb Hammond. i-eoaooi it had been wtUim V ! tha endeavor to dtatrart ik. thoughts of a wounded ooldiee 1. bring bla mind to I-eulaUna. away from tbe atrtrkea Bel da of , la th letter I.ori had dearrtbed aome uf the more Interesting fraturee of Hayo Terrebonne the oyater and shrimp fleets, the fhlneae aad Filipino vl. lagea along the gulf, the far spread cypreaa swamps; the bubbling foua talna. natural rurtoaltlea, that brvko up throu(h the atreama and bawua of the whole wid, imriab fountains that wer caused by gaa areping up from the earths Interior, and breakm. through. I Oramont knew that plana were mi. ready af.mt to tap thla fleld of natural gaa and pipe It to New Orleana Oil , had been fmnd. too, and all the state waa now ell mad Fortune were be ing made dally, and other fortunes were being lost daily bv tho. .h. dealt with oil storks Inatead of with oil. Hay Paoruew, Jeraey Oty orrwpie a key tmrJtlA 1 tn channel of distribution hwtweea rti laab prodacer and th Urgvwt center nf rotssumptlu. lnaamorh a II Is lb Anal pohltc rwecenlratka pat for live iawu destined fur New Tork city, the greatest cnaumlag renter for drewed iamb In the I nlted Mate and a market that require a high grade pruduct It wa shewn that ordinarily Jersey ilty has a rrputathw of being th highest lamb market la tbe cwoatry, but that during June. Jaly aad Auguat It auffrra vloient prlc flixtuatkus be cause of the tig tncreaae in rcHHa vt native lamba fmm Tlrginta. vVrat Virginia. Ohio. Kentorky, fennaytva bla. Mlrblgan and New York, without any material fe reaae In the auppiy uf live and dreaaed laiuha rwvlved there and at New lofk city from Wratern pulnta The altuwtlon It cunipllraled by the marked Irrrgulartty in lb v. 4 um of the dally reetpta during thus delivery during stated perloda la large rei,stbe for lb Irregwlarity la the dally reclpta at Jersey Oty If snipper would nwstgw ut their lamb, partlrwlariy th lower grade. i mner markets, wUr there ler ewtlet. It wewld de mwrh remedybig tl audealrabie rmut:il at Jersey Oi, mud New Tork. Fee i bsg warwaa ewtabltafced a lb Rast a I rvaawelro frwm wkkh u feed tho ! asarhrt a awpptte ar aed ala wee mewtlowed aa a mewao fa rm ' dying raadllleoa. Iedcr aad rvanmloaloa ane rar- ' ewamew tbat local aad Wewter Biaughlerrs rperato by andeor- ;rg I rdor tho voiam of tkr di re, t ahtpmeata aad their sbiptneata f Wewter dressed lamb t Jersey tlty and New Trk from Middle Heater marketa at pwrW.1. wbea (lata ar knwa 10 errar In order to laeor a supply greater tha a th devwaad It aa also soggeMed that lie stark rwmmioaiu M ad.lw tbelr potma a t wba gtuta saually orrwr aad j le ther ar awwd rewaa 1. imi... t will rrwr. eipUining rwiiy what j nappe waes uarwalrabio aad a8a bbbed iambs ar eewt t tbe Jersey tlty inn It was rmmseded that retatlera fester lamb la thetr advertlstag aad mltlng sTana daring th period l ex mmtr rortpa ad gt aamer advaatag eg receamoo la -rinlimls nrlroa. Aay te tab alewg thi lis aid arearg rwsmpbsa aad lead t rhrk prr rttte J Wdmm, 'Absent MisosOr " taptrs In n.n.r,- u aa west a ; oeeoiin aa wa ve seew this Ity th way. a crrrw,xirtt tb folio Ing, wh b be fowad wntinga or joaathaa Hwtft : miaded penpl laja kept gsi w ta ramify aa an of tbe rviai.m Traaampt. SlUOTIIEBS AMD DAUGHTERS RmcI TKi. Lwtttr frw Uh W. S. HyU Oris vlla. Dal "I ww amaW ah s that my sld4 doagkbar had maaesJtrwsbm i I r i VaF AT I kar n a " 1 r nau yearsd aa bad as g ks bed ad ees had k awrt or bawd awaa fa wk. I arway Uk Lydm E. fmk. kta'l Vtahla Ciaj nmd mraatfas I f M he har aad she ha rtlad rtkwaMt frama. Te eaa was thj art. Urw a aal maa sa ami ak-eat what i for aw aad far aay waghke."-Mr Wa. g, Bkamjm UsaamUa, tmuarar. mi hav tab aad bar ' ' Lydta L. Pmaaam'a "THHiCUt- rs ny 1 nadaad. CTi whlaUed andr bis breath. vvwmcr- Vwll amUad allghtly and To If Oramaat remains I m aod bin on down yt I latand to that mu Ham- I aaa't land blm that way, rl Ba kamgfct lb car I w sold tt car to th ga mm s l a jt aar "We'd bter buy aomo grub her In town and arrange to atay a couple of Miaiui. 00 me larm. ir neceaaary," ho aaia "I tier are aome bulldlnra there v 11 uuu wiFJirr. Along tne bayou ar au turner cottages I believe aome or mora rather pretention places and wa ought ta And th road pretty decant. It only tbre or four mliea out of town." With aomo provision nlled la the car. they aet forth. Tbo road wound along tb bayoa aide, oast 'Cajua farms aad tho flabermen. Hero and there had been placed camp and summer cottan nestling amid groups of bug oaks and vjpiT.a, wnooe rronda of alJrer gray moaa bung In drooping cluster like vbis iuu guoaciy anrouu. - Watching tbe road cIoiy, Oramoat euuanuiy rouna too landmarks that had been described te him. and or- " nammooa to stop and turn la t a gap In tbo fenc which had one beeo an entrance gate. "Her we are ! Tbsse sr tha bulld lg off to the right. VThw I I absuld y It had bees absadoaed! Nothing much left bat rains. 0 ahead!" Befor them, as tbay drove la from tb road by a craasrM T RKialba and bf the lt.frt.. ..1 Tliose gas fountains did tbe work '. tb offertna. rn.it uf hu-k .ph.. . reflected Oramont. "And acmnlmg to , rtd and u.gTaded. liiw-'h" ."""T"" J 0t thn fou i 11 "M br",,," '" b . taina her In the bayoo. close to bee ! auslltr of tbe t.mh. i. .1.,. 1 .. prnertr 'Juat oppoaite the dock.' she i tb fsllure of prdocr to uae bet aay The first thin la ta ft nil f ha I far hi)!.. mi..t, . i n.' 1 "'! fo0DUlB- After tbat method and to dock and rs.tr. i. - utTiw ir us true m neral ... II. Ir lan.1-. . I I, 1. . " " - r.pvT lliu. J OS - ,n' au-for I'll fact tbat native lamba la ... i AHaowgh th aevaeat of aailvs lamb la avarket will ac he mmntet ed for the rwrreal jear. th revferear sa tinaalatoo ta Its ir to aark ewt ptas Imavedlatety shirk will Ur ssr asnr orderly suarketing aad lewe prtre Bsnsatlo Tb Mlewta riav mitte wa apfotated te work I thla wd with rprraettatlea of U Tatted Mate Wpartmeet sf Agrtraltsr: It ht Nlrkell. failed iHswaed Beef csmpaay. New Tor; U A Joseph, vlr prraideat New Twk Hotrhsra' trissad alesl mmmay. New Tork; .g Kramer, fulled Master Itotrb es of Asaerir, New Tork ; If 1 1. W nier. I'etiMijIvsa: Hallr.d CvniBy. IToladphia. tge A M.atuwo, vie presklert New Vofk and New Jersey J htorh assnrlatlnn, Jeewy tlty, J II Meek, rfcief. hurras of market , Klrhmuad. Va. and K t Ikxibaa. iresldetit and gmersl managa Jsrsey t llty stok jarUs. Jersey Oty. hU? tlH I rsTu!r? TsfawIraJ rr wave pwbfWhsd UmtsZ ram nail The k tWm aaal ar glad Cm" FORECASTS INCREASE PRORTS ON ALFALFA swagwurr. and 1 g th Vesafta asm what It dbg tm U hsa ilhm la rw aatgik arWiod ar wnana ska f Ha great vaJua. DONT " I DESPAIR ' U yxw ar troubiJ wkh raurai ear chaa fowl tired; hav rasadactm, todicoartkxv knacKnriia; pmkiM pmm amxatrfonria, jrou rtf tni rwf a COLO MEDAL Tb wwrtd amwasrd rawidy fcw . ass, sst sad arte act t W'dwsl Rssssdy af Hotioad TWs ataea, ah aVwggisw. b a rbanr en finding oil near Oramont came te the bayo aad be gan searching bis way along tb thick and high fringe of bushes and aapllag that girded tbe water s edge. Present ly h cams opon tbe ruined vlders of what bad once been a small bsat shed. Not far from thla h. ru.j .... .VWHW U Growers In West Rewivi Prcdio tioru Througri Agenti, ssd la Larmly Orwwm Frwm Cro if kesese, I. tat Fret nd Harvest Pen Cea Ctooa Toawutor. staaree become Infected In the sum mer months with disease of parasitic origin, particularly stomach worm. mkea It eery Important that they be maraetaa before the milk fat disap pear Thee lamba usually ar dropped at a period wblcb requires tbat they be marketed durtn the numiha .,r i.,. s"v "erreu to in in letter: aaibtn. July and Auauat henoa th.. .r . waa left of It except a few sslles bm. I pertafaabls broduc frum a u.kMm. A.. ... . . - - ' 1 - . . - .... s "v me surrar or th water i nlpoioL When they reach Jersey But he bad no need to look farther! tlty U larger aumbera thaa the do Mrertly before him. be asw b.. ' mand can abanrh. and m. 1. wuim am waa seeking prtltloa wltb th high grad live and a oosea reel out from Bistre tb wa. dresaed Heat em lamb, price break ir was namg ana railing la a tontine-. nrV1' "d affect th Umb market ous dome or fountain of highly rally t all point, lierllnea In charged bobbles that rose a foot ab.. tb dressed market often a uramoat stared at It ur""c 'nan inose in tbe Uv market, motioaieaa. H watched It for a m a..... . L -tbea, abrsptly. h started it - " - I .. " rlolant start, a start f .k " K WM Td at th conferenc ment aad tsrr..n.. , irouucera or native lamba should H. lesned forward, m.ring a Wager 1 ST J"' at id gas Com, but st tha ! I . I :. .aa ismn nuertu , " " ' T closer Insbor. For Moment h 1 Z T . "f ' " onl"' 15 day for ech sr "LIl u th..ht ih.f ki ! .TT1". k th lamb befor the tiej-amsi ZZ.Z. ' "e ,m b -- 1 nan asesiAd i -. . ... - i nnnni marnrfi k. , . kim iKm .. T " bfiu wnn psrasltee. and nraetie. . . " . ' "Ok ta 7i.rL ir.-V T- "T ,mm lmm dockm d ' f a iostbM. WKs It agreed, si., that r,., ''T!tVT" lo.w in tbe different area, should reach an ZZVuZ , I ,bw umlentanUing which will lead to th .1 '"" n1 tor length th. br ntTJ" ? f1!! ? ,h" lf period, and that , rtouTd ",n'-. cpert 1. ,h..r marketing m such ct Ut ZZ VP9 " a a. will ln.ur gmdlng and sort- Z JT! !L. ,r? " ) fMeearisI, ,' Oustaf and Wllheti ' best hers, wee jhlsrrh S4, IK. Twins. Iijrreeea. twm n wdsj aa Tbe eatersd j Natal academy wbea of ag leawisdi j and ever atacw hv beea ruasisg aerk aad nerk for naval har Kaeh ba jbeW Mariy every Importaat peat Bl th Swedish navy. 'They are aew vbm aamirai and bat aly owe bmts rwa ik - a a ..... Sure Relief for ind:gssho:j . kr is. I..... stAMa r--, I f U4 to H"" rwfore rrhbg x arw-., s4 tb grad of admiral. rereraete of wwathor rwaditloaa for i alfalfa barveat ar widely distribute ! In th West, partlrutarty la Oklahotaa, I where 2,Uj or more grosses rorwtv j th forecasts through th local imi. f th ettenaloa aerrlc of tb failed Stale Iwpariment f Agriculture. la ftah a rather limited but lmmmssi rrsst-wamlng srrric for alfalfa seed i grower la la opera I loo. j Seed la largely grew from tba e. wd crop, and If tb erase I tat I tb harvest and fall frost periods com do together. As the seed crop I 6 Bctx-duNa Hot wafer BiC--r-JI Sure Relief Wt and m Pmtkttti&my ther ladeed. ther bsysod aay gsakt 7 flt trae f Irldaacsnt UgM tbat playd rer th artar f tha water. CTt) M COKTIKUBB.) Claanlnf HUt Whan yar cleaala Ul-ku i twuei useeu with Itttio waur m wnata wbacr haa aaaa tlbsa arUkl with a tttt-t camphor. Th tetter tnf la th country and more order!, -Ten.. . N .s..! f ..mn; t. mar?? , f?. l t a -oggeated that th er, rnn . TT" th prartlc which appear to b generaU iTnrvT "h" " , u err., j ,7: S2H: 'rrr" - aUEIOlOVll am!lr::M.S -i showed a hoaas ahet A 7l , dar af th ssrssar sad wui arvea aawataaaa a furnished U gantry bayer. fr by t'Srs) frost 1