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MANAGERS «F
Investment Co.
Lands ttoi^ht and Sold
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com- I
"v 'n proofs at lowest raws
f" •est. Nc delays. Money
3 »t all times.
I %. land Office BaiMtai
South Dakota
S. N. Braden
Lnder taker
and
Licensed"
..Embalmer
Land Office Business transacted
Filings. Contests and Proofs.
Isolated Tracts aid Script.
Rav W. Conklin
LEMMON. S. D.
REAL ESTATE
AND LOANS
Office:-Five Doors North of
entrance to U. S. Land Office
Dr. J. T. Layne
DEMIST
Graduate
Minnesota State University
ce over First National Bank
LEMMON, S. D.
An Artistic
Photograph
\m
in Conception, in Light and
irde eSFt\-ts, in Finish
and Mounting
is the Kind of Photograph
You will |et at the
Miller Art Studio
Main Street, West Side
LEMMON. S, D.
MILLINERY
of Samelson'aStore.
rent and Dry Cleaning
Work and Prices
to suit Customers
Mrs. May Taylor.
Notice for Publication.
the Interior, C. S. Land Office at
D-
Januarv 30. 1912
r.ereby given that Nickolaus He*s.
s U. who Januar .7, made
-J.try. No. i2723-(hw32 for Wl-2 N W
M. Sec. 26, twp. 23 range 15
fler.dtan, has filed notice of inten
e rmal Commutation Proof to cs
i to the land abov^ described, be
and Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at
D-. on tht 15th day of March lyi2.
names as witnesses:
'm&n^ of Ummon, S. D, John Har-
e».
N. D. Joe Erhardt and John
D.
K (i C,.! -nan. Register
Notice for Publication.
lnt*rtor, U. S. Land Office at
-th Dakota. March 11.1912.
^rt-bygiven that Bert Aschenbrener,
So. Dak., who. on June 2H. 1910,
itead Entry No. 0226*9, for NW 1-4,
n. Ranwe I» E., R. H. Meridian,
intention to make Final Com
to establish claim to the land
before Register and Receiver,
liw
at
,jCmmon'
S. D., on the 24th
names as witnesses:
orsett. Sextus Mattson. Ford Ander
Aschenhrener, all of White Deer,
E. Gf Coleman. Register
•tice for Publication
the Int -rior. U S Land Office at
March g.isr.
Kiver. that Ellsworth I^in. of
or May 28 1910 made Home-
S D7STEHATN«'N5TM2* S^"
«ho
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Perkins County, South Dakota
Treasurer—H. H. AMrich.
Auditor—E. F. Barrett.
Register of Deeds—C. L. Carlson
Clerk of courts--Archie G. Parker.
States Attorney—Amos C. Stanley.
Sheriff—John Anderson.
Surveyor-Borge H. Borreson.
Stipt. of schools—E. T. Vallin.
Co. Physician— Dr. O. W. Phelps.
County Commissioners—G. E. Lem
mon, Lemmon L. T. Larson. Lodge
pole Geo Duffy, Daviston: Reese
Dillon, Bixby A. W. Anderson,
Coal Springs.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Adams County. N»rth Dakota
Vudi'.or—Walter F. Keiley
Treasurer—Norman Burnson.
Register of Deeds—Otto A. aeobson
Clerk District Court—A. O. Brown.
Sheriff—G. W. Krause.
States Attorney—Henry Moen.
County Judge -Jacob Sonderall.
Supt. of Schools—Rose C: Wagner
County Surveyor—Howard H. Horr.
Public Administrator—J. D. Barone.
County Commissioners—
1st Dist., Edmund Ward, Chairman.
Postoftice, Orange, N. D.
2nd Dist., Edward Ramstad. Hettin
ger, N. D.
3d Dist, Joahua Davis, Reeder, N.
Coroner—M. J. Mangan.
Justices of the Peace—
W A. Greenup.
J. F. Paul Gross, North Lemmon.
G. R. Hawks.
C. E. Thomas.
Republication
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Lemmon, 6. D. February
Notice is hereby given that ROBEK'i RUBiXK.
of TnunUerHawk, 6 U. who on Nov. », lylo. made
Homestead Entry. No. G24U0O. for Lots t*&7 and
el-2 swl -4, sec 6, township 22, range IsEBH M,
has filed notice of intention to make Final Com
mutation Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described before Register and Receiver of
the L'. 6. Land Office at Lemmon, S. l.. on the
1st day of April, 1912,
Claimanttuune* witneaaea.
E. J. Pomeroy,
D. H. Pomeroy,
F. E. Bulton,
Louis pier*on, all of Thunder Hawk, S. D.
1.19 E, G. COLEMAN, Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. tT. S. Land Office
at Lemmon.
S. D. February 21. 1912
Notice is herebv given that CHAKLEY BLOOM
of. Thunder hawk. So. Dak.. who. on June 2*, 1^'".
made Homestead Entry, Number r226*l, for
5 W 1-4 Section 35. Township 22, Range 17
E. B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Commutation Proof to eatabli»h
claim to the land above described before Register
6 Receiver. L". S. Land Office at Lemmon S. D,
on the yth day of April. 1^12
Claimant names as witnesses:
George E. Walsh*
Charley Lawrence, of Lemmon, S»D.
Edwanl Knuctson,
Albert Matteies, of Thunderhawk, S.
Department of the Interior, U S Land Office at
Dickinson. N D. March 2
Notice is hereby given that MARTIN KUNTZ
of Stowers. N. who on July 2, l^Oft
homestead entry. Lemmon S. D. Serial No. (.7162
Serial for NW 1-4 Section 23, Township
13o s. Range 91 W.. 5th Principal Meridian has
hied notice of intention to make Final Five Year
Proof to establish claim to the land above de
scribed before H. L. Simmons. U. S. Commis
sioner. at North Lemmon, N, D, on the 16th day
of April 1912,
Claimant names as witnesaea:
Nkk Kurt?
John Goeres
Valentine Motacherbacher
Edward Lathrop all of Stowers
3-8 gumlivan. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Dickinson. N D. March 2,1912
Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM T.
BEESLEY, of Thunderhawk. S. D.. who.on April
Hii. 19»j6. n:ade Homestead Entry Lemmon. S
Ser. No. Ser. OlW*. for SWl-4 Sec 26 Twp
IJy N Rg 91 W 5th P. Meridian, has riled notice of
intention to make Final hive Year Proof to
establish claim to the land above described, before
H. L. Simmons. U S Commissioner at North
Lemmon, N. D.on the 16th day of April 1912
Claimant names as witnesses:
Edmund Ward
E L. Rhodes
Oscar Flamme
Miio Ward, all of Thunderhawk S
3-g Quinttvan. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior,L:. S. Land Office at
Lemmon. South Dakota. March 1912.
Notice is hereby given that HENR\ HILLER
of Ijemmon, South Dakota, whu, on May 14. 1910.
made Homestead Application No. P213U5, for Lot?
7 and s and E 1-2 SE 1-4 Se:. 15, Twp. 22 N Rg.
17 E.. Black Hills Meridian, has fiiec notice of in
tention to make inal Commutation Piojf to est
ablish claim to the lard above described, before
J. P. Adams. Probate Jutige -jf Atchison Cuunty.
Kansas, at his office in Atchison. Kansas, on the
13th day of April. 1912. Testimony of the wit
nesses to be submitted before the Register and
Receiver, I'nited States I*and efflce, I^NMRM8»S.
D., on Apr-I 13. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses*
William Reidy, of Lemmon. S. D.
Claude McKim, of Lemmon. S D.
Edward Knudtson. of Thunderhawk. S. D.
Henry Geers, of Thundernawk, S. D.
3.8 E. G. COLEMAN. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U- S. Lantl Office
at Lemmon. S. D.
Notice is hereby iriven that NELS THOE£ON.
of Grand Valley. So. Dak., who. on June. 13.
1910, made Homestead hr.tr'. No. -r?*J263. for
SE \-4. Section :y\. township 21. Ran^e 18 E. B.
H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
Final Coir.mutation Proof to establish claim to the
land above described before Register & Receiver
U. S Land Office at Lemmon, S. D.. on the Wth
day of Aprril. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George W Shoemacher, of White Deer, S
Hans P. Bertilaon,
Palmer A- Stumley.
Simon A. Stumley. of Grand Valley. S
jjg E. G. Coleman. Bogiater.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
1100 Ewes and 37 Bucks Lots-
wold rrades, well wintered *na ja]-|UOtlt
*n piiik of condition, for sale, in
K 'SW 1-4, an-i NW I-4 SE 14 auantitv to suit purchaser. De-
'tnh.pJ8nN, '*2 W ,9th Pli has *J.
KobcrtGirp
1 «f L?
Sheep can be inspected any time
Quinlivan. Reriatcr at my place 10 miles north and 2
miles east of Lemmon, S. D.
«lates and Bonbons all ^DWIN KIRK,
Bakery. I P. O., Stowere, N. D.
Notice of Foreclosure of Real
K^tate Mortgage,
Default having been made the condition* of
a eertain real esiate mortgauc made.
and delivered by Carl A Jonnson ano Joaenn*
Jobrusvn. his A iie, Mortgagors to the t* irsl 5taW
tiariK oi Lemmon, a Corporation. Mortgagee.
datea Ueeeniber TIN, A. U ism*. ana ft tea I«JT
record in Uie office of tne Register of Deeds in
ana tor 1'erKine Count. Soutn Dakota, on tne
ltftb day or December, A. D.. 1910. at lu o clock
ana ten uuiiutes a. in., oi &atu day. and auiy
recorded hook 41 of Mortgages at pages N* ana
SSf tbereol, mortgagiiig and conveying tne follow*
ing described reuJ eatate, situate, lying and being
in i'erkin* bounty, South UaKota, towjt: ine
southeast Uuarier oi Action Twenty-seven U?)
Township 1
wenty-two North, ot Range Six
teen L. B. M.. containing. One Hundred
sixty UW) acres more or less, according to the
Government survey thereof, said mortgage being
junioi to a mortgage for Six Hundred Fttty
Dollars aoa a mortgage lor One Hundred
Seventy-two and 32-iuu Doiiars, given to Barnes
Brothers ot Minneapolis, Minnesota,
AN W HERE Ai. then, i? claimed to be due at
th«* date uJ tms notice the sum of Seven Hundred
Thirtv-tivu and VP V) Doliaib ant] »u» action or
proceeding having been m&titutcd at law or
otherwise to recover the debt secured by said
mortgage or any part thereof. I
A.
Mortgagee. By K.
OK THE
FIRST STATE BANK
rfUMMS, S. D.. at the cloM of
February 20,1912
RESOURCES
Loans and DiNtNBOS
Warrants
Overdrafts
Other Real Estate
Other Property
Expense ...
Furniture and ffxtnres
Reserve
Total Cash Assets
TOTAL
D.
3-1 E. G. Coleman, Register
Notice for Publication
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th
day of Feb.. 1912.
JAS. H. LEMMON. Notary Public.
My commission expires June 4th. 1914.
Corroet. Attest: G. E. Lemmon, E. Morris,
Directors.
TRIAL TO B:G:N ON OCT. 1
Motion to Consolidate All Oynamlts
Cases Being Argued.
Indianapolis, March 14.—All of the
forty-six defendants in the aHsfed dy
namiting conspiracy appeared in the
federal co.irt here when arguments on
a motion 10 consolidate all of the per
sons indicted w-fre begun.
W. N. Harding of this city, chief
counsel for the accused labor leaders,
expressed himself as well satisfied
with the action of Federal Judge An
derson in setting the trials for Oct 1.
The government officials desired an
earlier date and told the court that it
would be satisfactory to them if the
trials were set some time in May.
Attornevs for the alleged dynamiter*
argued that this would not allow suf
ficient time for the defense to prepare
for the trials.
ON VERGE OF COAL FAMINE
Chicago Facing Scarcity of Her Fuel
Supply.
Chicago. March 14 —Big Eastern
coal companies and local dealers are
agreed that Chicago is on the verge of
a coal famine. Opinions differ as to
(he gravity of the situation.
It ts said that practically all of the
anthracite coal mined in Pennsylvania.
Maryland. Tennessee, West Virginia
and Kentucky has been consumed.
April weather conditions and a
threatened strike furnish additional
apprehension on the part of dealer*.
It is said, too. that the great strike
in England Is adding to the alarm.
Meral—Don't Be a Goat.
The goat while out browsing thought
lessly stopped and nibbed his head
in the way that goats have—against
the side of the house of the wolf Out
rushed the tenant and fiercely upbraid
ed the hairy butter.
"But I'm quite sure." said the latter,
"that I've done your house no hnrm
Besides. I saw the elephant stop here
17 Rnrka Tnts- ""'y resterday *nd scratch his back
nst your dwcinn(r ln n w
word tn
anv
4 oft
Fm«
'•ntent1cii. t" make Final Commutt- llVCFy April lst» OF ftltCT- l^WCS
usc,mmwVaeJ': bred to lamb about May 1st. Will i Tbe wolf licked bis chop..
'"s- o °n the isth day of Ai rit sell bunch entire under buyers
*9 witnesaea: privilege of five percent cutback.
m^Mon^sD6"
„y ,iiat
0 verturnei
it And you didn
him
WIIY
should there
difference in your treatment of
"There is a marked difference." he
Mid, "even if it is only a simple one.
1 can eat a goat, but I can't eat an ele
phant."
Whereupon be fell
te
and made a
quick and satisfying meal of the un
happy creature.-der«lawl Plain Deal-
MESSENGER HERO
135,791.41
1,S95.4»
1,656.96
6.640.93
200,484.36
LIAMfeiflKS
Capital Stock
Surplus Fund
Undivided Profits
Bills Payable
Deposits
*25.000.00
5,000.00
1.7M.W
it.ooo.co1
Deposits subjoet to
check S9.S15.8S
Certified Checks
Cashier's Checks 6,979.72
Due to othtr Banks 10,339.93
Demand Certificatas 4.941.SC
Time C^rLificatei 49.14T_(C
Total 153,724.-
TOTAL Knr.,4M.3«
I, A. FINCH. Cashier of the above named
Batik, do solemnly swear that the above State
ment is true U the best of my knowledge and
belief. F. A. FINCH. Cashier.
OF TRAIN HOLDUP
Kills Two Bandits mid Re«
covers Their Loot.
SLAVS FltSTWITIl MALLEI
Secure* Dealt Rebher'a Revolver and
Waylays the Other at He Return,
to Meet Hit Companion After Rifling
the Express Car of Its Valuablet.
NO* iHEKbfrORK, Notice is hereby given
that by virtue of the power of sale in said tnorl* i
gage contained and ot the statutes in such ease
made and provided said mortgage will be fore
closed, and the above described property or so
much thereof a* i necessary vuil he sold subject
to said prior mortgage's above named, at public!
auction to the highest bidder by the Sheriff of1
Perkins County, South Dakota, at the frontdoor
of the Court House in the Village of Bison, in
Said County of Perkins and State of South
Dakota, on the 2"th day of April. A. D.. 1^12, at
one o'clock p. m.. of said day to pay aaid mort- i had held up the train and killed them
gaged debt and interest, together with statutory
attorney tees, and the costs and disbursements1 TH£ renters boarded the train a fp'.v
alF?.f
sL.'i'Bank.of Lemmon. a Generation. ™ileS
San Antonio, Tex., March 14.—An
express messenger named David A.
Troesdale balked the robhery of
Southern Pacific train near SandersoB
wh?n he trapped two highwaymen who
of
Beriy it barrell. Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Lemmon. s. D. detached from the passenger coaches.
thU Sth
d*y
Statement of the Condition
Anderson. The mail and
Finch, Cashier. express cars and the locomotive were
Then the engineer, under cover of the
John Anderson. Sheriff in and for Porkina I robbers' guns, was compelled to ru®
o u n y S o u a k o a 1- 8
the two co8th(-s ahead of the remain
der of the train
One of ?hp robbers look the exprent
messenger, Troeedale, bark to the
train and kept him under guard, whiie
the other robber covered the crew in
the cars ahead and started to rifle the
safe and express boxes.
Troesdale is said to have employed
the old ruse of signalling to an imag
inar person back of his captor. When
i
*81.62
1
2.9Tf.r'7
Due from Bank* 44.388-08
Checks and Drafts for
Clearing ft.MB.tt
Caah on Hand (items below)
Currency 2.M3.00
Gold 45.60
Silver 2.009.76
Minor Coin 1.89 4.387.14
Cash Items toO.MG.88
had rifled the express boxes the high
wayman returned to the coaches.
Stepping from cover Troesdale killed
him. All of the stolen property wat
recovered and the train proceeded.
Troesdale is a young man recently
promoted to the express run. He lives
in San Antonio i
GERMAN STRIKER IS KILLED|
Trouble in Westphalian Coal Fields!
Takes Serious Turn. I
Berlin. Man-h The coal strike
hi the great (ierman fields of NVestpha-!
lis has taken a serious turn and al
ready has resulted in a fatal conflict
between th° policp and the strikirc
miners in th«» district of Heme.
At the villagp of Heme, milfs
from Bwdt m. a mob of strikers threw
stones an,) fir^d revolvers at a detach
ment of police marching toward the i
mine vhirh they had been ordpred to]
protect. The police replied with their
revolvers and one of the strikers was
killed.
JUSTICE PITNEY CONFIRMED
New Jersey Chancellor Has Clear
Title to Seat on Bench.
Washington, March H.—Chancellor
Mablon Pitney of New Jersey has been
PITNEY.
JUSTICE
confirmed by the senate as an asso
claie justice of the supreme court oi
the I'nited State#
FOUR CHILDREN CREMATED
Farmhouse Near Mitchell, 8. D.. De
stroyed by Fire.
Mitchell, 8 n„ March H.—The farm
house of J. C. Jacques, twelve miles
BOrthea8t of this city, was burned and
four children died ln the flames.
The children were overcome with
the smoke and were unable to get to
the window to be saved and their
bodies were found burned to a crisp
when the Are subsided.
Mr and Mrs .Jacques both were
barned to some extent.
LAWRENCE STRIKE NEAR END is
Operatives Advised by Committee
Accept Offer.
I^awrence. Mass., March 14.—The
kaginning of the end of the great tex
tile strike, which began .Ian 12, is
thought to have been reached. Tbe'
general strike committee voted to
recommend to the idle operative# of
the American Woolen company's four
mills that the wage schedule offered
by tfc* corporation be accepted
COUNTESS OF WARWICK.
Famous English Socialist
Opposes Militant Tactics.
hv Am#rl
WINDOW SMASHING AMISTAKE
fragette Methods.
New Vork, Marcti 14 The Countess
of Warwick, who has Ju«t arrived in
the robber turned Troesdale grasped America, has decided notions upon
a mallet and before the highwayman I
manv
could shoot dashed out his brains. I believes thp co il miners will win the
Then arming himself with the dead strike in Enaland She says the wlrt
robber s sun Trocsdale waited for he dnw smatihina crusade of the Knglish
return of the other bandit. After he I suffragettes in a tactical error.
thitiRH besides socialism. She
"Back of the fight for the ballot,
which means nothing in itself.' said
the countess, "is a fight for sex inde
pendence Women are so held down
by the so (ailed morality laws that
they are fighting to put themselves on
the same humane basis as man Is.
Marriage through these tights some
day will be revolutionized through the
economic independence of woman plus
the ballot.
"The good time of life is when a
woman is over thirty—better than that,
when she Is over forty—and the best
time of life is fifty, which is my age
FAST TRAIN IN
SERIOUS WRECK
Manjr Persons Injured, Two Per
haps Fatally.
1 Foiifchkrepsie. N*. Y„ March 14.—The
llrst section of the Twentieth Century
limited of the N«w York Central ml'
road \Y,I« thrown frrm the tracks a
mile south of Hyde Park and three
parlor cars and tb« diner, after hump
I ing along the tie®, toppled ev» i into
i the river.
i Many persons were seriously in-
Jared, two perhaps fatally The accl
I 4#nt Is hvilevod to hare been caused
1 by a broken rail.
3 h» injured were rcmorwf front OH
train over a plank which was drop I
bnwwn the hank of the rivet und im
partially submerged cars.
The passenger s and injur' I \-u
placed aboard the second se-'tion of
the limited and sent on to New Vork.
The limited was running at the rate
•f about fifty-five miles an hour along
a srright s?retch of track skirting th
river bank when the accident occurred
When the derailed cars went over the
bank they broke through the jce. th
first car falling on its side, the secosi.l
i stood up and the third and fourth
cars fell on their sides. The wat^r
wa,s shallow, rising only about four
feet abov« the bottom of the se jr.d
car.
FIRST ADDRESS IN NEW YORK
Colonel Roosevelt to Speak on Right
of the People to Ru:e.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., March 14,—T'^e
first speech of Colonel Roosevelt's
campaign is to be made next week in
New York. He announced that on
next Wednesday night he would speak
in Carnegie hall, under the auspic«*
of the Civic Forum He has chorea
as his subject, "The Right of tbe Peo
pie to Rule."
The colonel explains that he will
not make a partisan address, but will
discuss in
gards as the basic issues in the cam
JMign
Tennessee
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No. 1*
Reservations
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at Lemmon S
.^T BOHMi
(Mail)
a. *.
Wa\ Freight
Olympian
olumblan
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WEST HOt'Nu
(Mail)
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Way Freight
Olymjiian
t'oivmibiiiii
a *.
I'-'uX' a.
I K*1 |J. a.
for l-'tih- roav
C. B. STRANG
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms First National Bank (ilk
Front Suite
Lemmon,
tf
8. Uaa
I)r. 0. W. Phelps
Physician and Surgeou
County I'hysician for Perkiit*
County.
i oe at Ked 1 Irjg 8Uii-«
Will attend CaiNday niy«»w
B.fl.eilis.D.D^
DENTIS'I
Counteea of Warwick Oppose* t» twf- {Office, Front Suite, Williams blk
One Dotw South of I\«
LbMMON, S. o
T. 0. Sandbo, M. I
Physician and Surgeon
Offices, Main Street, opposite
S'iite Hank
LKMMoN, S. DAK
Ray J. Murphy
LAWYER
l'ractk before V. S. Land OMu at w
all State Courts
Office over Macomber's Drug Moi*
I.EMMON S.
Albert E. Yager
2lttornev at €au».
Liinil Matters a Specialty. 1'i»m
tict" b"fore all Land (iltictw
NotaryPulMic. LJMMoN. ti.tr
L. P. McNULTY
a w y e
Special Attention given to
Lund Office Practice.
OFFICE AT BROWN BROS.
Land Officc Buildmf
J. F. Paul Gross
Rotary Public
North I^eimnnn Noitii Dakota
W. F. EDDY
Lawyer
I"i tci n before .ill Sta'
ourt-. ami Tnitui Stat-- I ,:t ri'l
tester
Hotel
genera! way ers all sorts of baking diffi
culties—uneven neat, inexpe
When the former president was told
rienced help, etc., has perfect
that
the Republican_ state conventions confident
of Tennessee and Virginia had gone
on record for President Taft he in
nuired whether there had been a fight
but made no comment.
Would Reimburse Texae.
V/aahinpton, March 14,—The preai She knOWS th31 SHC ilUS ttlC
dent sent a special message to con
gre»s recommending that rhe Tnlted
boundary ..long the Rio Grande from
Oct 1 to Keb I The message ex
plain* that the presence of the rangors A ct
lag additional troop#
Lemmon, S. D.
FARM LOANS: No wait
ing for your money:
prompt attention given.
Rraught Investment Co.,
Land Office Bid#., Lem
mon.
UN LEAF,
PATENT
The housewife who encount-
hat her bread will
turn out to perfect satisfaction
when she uses
Golden Leaf Flour
backing of an iron clad guar-
amee that
States reimburse T^xss for main^in- ...
Ing its rangers policing the Mexirsn rLO'
QQLDHN LLAF
will make
gOOU OT
her money back.
Ymir
saved the govtrnmeot the cost of send I OUT VjrUCCI IUr II
to the
frontier,
fnr
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