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iv. ve/« «*'. & 'y o y *, *'ct.' v: -'«., i **«_«*• *ti f/'t? |m Vrttwn in ibe oflice i lor me eouuty ot ,.'.ii ul £*OUli yi mjuIIi U*KJla. on in* l»t T^hi«ie »l /'a iJ i 1*1 i Ml o'cIock, A. At ul '£»as, '.»»** in rii(*it** on l«K«l.' ZaYt inerejt. «nicn miU morns »K« cuiiveyeu ind n,uru,»*«l u.e loilow ine uvMrriuMl umkm in ioe county oi t'erKiiia and suite oi akutn iXakoia "iBewest half of acctiou thirty one 31 in twp t««nt tnree W nurin ol taii»f oixiet n lb near cvoUUi UakoIu. i«» l'«riKin» county, con area j*sv**.i lauu *ct*5* ot Leruui t^innthf tnr*t* Uan in re or tea* according to lou tni»^ b^vn nmctii »ur- ve* »*ui w ui»o lUiOMU »a tots oue una two -ui'u.ef^mdU ui tfcw uorin wesi «4U*i *r tend *na lour HiHi «»it null ol me »ouut* we*l utiaiUr ol section untiy one. towuBftip twenty luriw r.iiig« in h»iu tVrkui* countv suutti Aai wnere^ tne 4*ui mjrttface »nd note »e curtw mcreoy w»* on toe :an a»y 01 Augubt, IKIZ, assigned by the saiu Win guttler to M. i^iuuiy MicocieUilttil' ot Aj.hi WC'O.'.^in WtiH'll AttHl ttSsmilllltlil 111 Ul*? vl K'ti ot Micnel- lecoraed l'i« lei ot Deeds and lor UiU: ot ooulf) DaKoia on A. U. al 4 i& o'clock and recorued in liook of tne omi.ty ol i'trKiiis, loe lUri «ity ol jl*r ?. o( saitl day Moritf««-s. on il» ai.a ZH uiereot. AMJ A the hi.c.-ijavmeritol the note ler two thousand (loltai s. uue l-tbi uiiry i4tn. 1»1&. ana the inteict ttoerfi'iml thf rate Ol six per ceui per aiinuiu fruiii »nl alter tne 14th day ot t-liruarv. jdl,». UKI in tne noil-l«Anient ol the taxes on saiu lalm for ti»' jiais lau. i»lI. ifi lt14. in the sum ol tl»m- riunuietl seveniv-three dollars axty-nuie cents w men sumo ol Have been paid tiy tne said moritfaKM* and as&i^nee and KtitKbAa. iheie is claiined to be due on the date ul tnis notice two thousarai one hundred two dollars principal and interest oil said Hole, and in au'iitum the'i'to, the sum ol three hundred tevtiiiyiuree uoll»r* sixty-nine cents, taxes as Nuw 1 iiKKEFvJKE, Notice is hereby given. I that under and bv vir.ue ol the power ol sale ill aaid murixaKe conta ned and ol the statutes IB 1 such i-ase ma'if and provided, said mortgage wiH be loi t-cu-seo and ti.e above ut-scnoed propel ty aokl it public auction uy tne oncrirt ol J'oiKina County, soutn UaKota. at tne Jro.it uoor ot im court house, in the city ot ttison, on tne l.th day ot tfOruary. iwto, at tne Hour ol o'clca p. m„ of »ani day. to pay said mortttaxe indebtedness ana taxes, together with tne le^al attorneys leee and dioliursernents allowed I v Land Oifice JatiLemmon, v Jan. ^2. m. oii i., iivreb tfiven that Bertha M. Head, of "n, South Dakota, who on July 9th, nei»tead Entry. No lot i- ••?ec'iion Township i Birawot N. i ttnt. mortkt,K _. or otii V° *c^ion that sit,,, U Notice of Contest Department of the Interior! UniU u states Hanjfe t». n H. Mt.'ridian, has tiled noL»ce inten ti n tu nia^e CJomrnutation Froot. to establisl. •inn to the land above described, befor Kegistei Ar Iteceiver ot U. S. Land Ottice at Lemmon. .s on the nth day of M.*rch. 1^10. Claimant names a8 witnesses: K"liurid I .oonds of Seim. South Dakota "ear i Bui dick Harr U'Bryan Wnium bitts-.m John C. Stoner. Register, Nidice For Publication 'cnartment of the Interior. 1 I.and Office at LetTirn^n, -^vi Jth Dak. v., 1 January 1915. Notice n hereby ifiven that Albert F. Robinson, i-e mon. S U.. who. on April »th. liMW, e"f.v No. (Jia«7. for SEl-4 -••J N E1 -1 & SEI-1 NEiSec j.Tuwn- N. Kanite 16 Ka»t, Black Hills Meridian, -letl noti''e of intention to make Five Year to e«tabh.-h claim to the land above des« "«l. before Register and Receiver of e •)i etl Stati N l,ar,d (itlue. at Leinmon. bouth •«K"ta.on the 9th day of March, lDlti. 1 laimant name* .s witnesses ru nry Miller of b'tnmon, South Dakota. em"* Ku'k of l.en,n,on. South ilakota. Chester Hoynton ol I.emrn.,n, Sooth Dakota. U. Bo riton of Lemmon. South Dakota. John C. Stonek. IteKister. Notice of Mortgage Sale lefault having been made in the condition s certain mortKaKe containing a pouer o "ie, executed and deliveied Hubert A. hl«er anu Pauline Kllen,.an. husband and wite. I.'i. frf mortgagee, dated 4 tik '•'W. anu ooly recorded in the office t'h n f* Dteui ol Perkins Couniy 4 j-o"^01 1, on ,he 3(,u"la of .7t October. 1MW. m- ln U,wk 27. of aiartKane*. Ifes 1 w and IW, conveyintr anil rtioi KUKing rit.d r«al estate situated in e ioliowiriK lerhn.a Cour. ,h. .. outh Dakota, to-wit: 'garter isFi-4) of section seven ^event.-en (17) north, of range WW» 'Ik V",M ",f ",e Illa,-k Hlll« .1,: Meridian. u "-'-ts in the faulureon '»«»tt jr**»a^ '"ortvfKor® Co paty the punctual therJ. 1 ,:ue and »*^rued »aid r.ute'ati^'t interest 01 pl'r ct-"1 "er "num oi pay the taxe$ levied ft aaaeaaed Land Othce Lentnton. u.. Novcmocr 1 Tottr* heir* of Montgomery Junes cisrtt. te cea&eti. Conteatee titled that JamesF Land 7, itj" '*«v May Get.Federal A thiri rtEKEA.s itie said aei^uit consists of uy law. Dated tuis/.ntn day of December. A. l., I Wfi at Watertown. £. D. M. Emmy Micheustbttfji. Ascit$nee ol Moi tKaKee. A. A. AXTELL. Mit-riit. ferKins County, South Dakota. Mather & titover. Attorneyslur Asaittnee of Mortgasae. Puh Deo ti Jan. j-l-'-ltf-ii*j—1*eb. j'.i Nov. fc'Mh, ly Dakota at hid posiorhc hie in this ortic c(i»rroUjratel application to contest ana /£& cancellation 01 your horiiCHteui' vn»liip 14, Hartire ir», E. B, H. Meridian, a* KToundR for hia coolest he allege* that ^jnltfomery Jones tlark dieu in MO tail ot nil, —i and that the h^ir* have &m<*« that tune aban uun doned tne land have made no impruNfinentii IJt mort- thereon of any kind have made no cultivation" interent thereon at any time and that said defaults have from date existed since the death of the entry man, and do I atillexist. You are. therefore, further notified that th? Raid allegations will be ta^eu an conit'Ased, and your said entry will be cancelled uithnut turther ritfht to be heard, either l«* it.re thih office or on appeal, if you fail to tile in this office within twenty days atter the KOl/KTH publication of thia notice, as nhown below, your answer, under oath, specifically renpondinif to th***e aUega lions ot content, together vtith due proof that, you have served a copy ui vour answer on the, paid contestant either in person or by retti^tered tnai! You should atate in your answer the name of] the poptoltice to which you de«ire future riotice* to be sent to you. JOHN C. STONEK, Itejcister. Date of 1st publication Jan 12th, IVlb Date of 2nd publication Jan. ivih, Dute of .1r«l publication Jan. 26*i», lWb. Date ot ith pubneatior Feb. 2nd, 1V10. is nrsws 2.1 Notice For Republication. Depii tment ol lue interior, j. S. Land ulttce at jbi.^n.aick, N. D. January, 11, 1016. Notice in hereby griven that Pearl 1. n.erly Pearl farr 1. i, made Hornesvead Lntry 6er- iii number tor N 1l 1-4, ana the E 4*- iSfc 1-4. Section M), T"wn&hip 131 N. Kanjce J5tf A, utn I'rin. -ndian. has tiled notice ot inten '."(i tomaKe i-mai l'tiroe Year rool, toestabUeti iaim to the Land above described, before K. E Ciiin. LI. S. COMMISSIONER al New LefpZitf, JN. l/«»k., on Marcn Z, itfii). Ciaiti.ani tijinesas witneaaes lienry u Ziun, ot Fret ty Hock, N. Dak. 1 e a v n e k e n i i e litiiiei neaire P. E. Byrne. Kefrister Notice For Publication. l)4p*f*tiient ^f|th(!^lnterior advkrtis ENQ COLUMNS THAT BUYERS ARE LOOKING FOR. CHINESE REVOLT IS MORESERIOUS s aforesaid, ami ik action at law naving tioeii ln itltuted to collect Itie said money or any pan tbeieoi. and ti.e t»uid M. r-inui Miciielstetter be ing tne present owner and lioiuei ol saiu note and 1 roormaK' I Province of Kweichow Now ia Full Rebellion. SOLDIERS JOIN REBELS Tw«MH Thouaarid RepMr Trstfi Marching With Revolutionists to At tack Chungking—American Gunboat •n Hand for Foreigner*' Protection. Peking, Feb. 1.—The provln* of KweiHioW la in full rebellion. The governor was forced to flee Jan. If and communitytiona have be' ti inter rupted. It ia reported that l.uchow aud Tzellutaing have been captured by the revolutionlata. for- 1'vik, of Pretty Hock, N. D, who Tlie American gunboat Monoraejr |g at Chungking, on the Yangtzekiang, about ninety miles to the nortlii ast of Luc-how. The commander han notified Or. Paul Samuel Rcinsdi, American minister to China, all is quii'l in that nelgtitiQ: buod and that zona lias been outlined within which th» Mo nocacy will protect foreigner* who ®re threatened. Twelve thousand soldlArs from the province of Ktveichow ire reported to be marching, in company with Yun nanese revolutionists, on Chun king.' where fighting is expected to tak' i place within a few wek« I The incpetlon of ths revolutionary movement in China at Shanghai early last Decomber, which aEsun .'d more aerious proportions when tlie revolu-1 tlonists in the province of Yunnan an nounced the formation of a separate republic, was attributed to ilis'ntis-j faction with President Yuan Shi Kii for restoring a monarc-hial form ot government. i The revolution has been reported a* fpreading into the provinces Imn fdl ateiv to the nortli and east of Yunnan. MORE CANADIANS TO SAIL Twenty Thousand Additional Traopa Will Be Sent to War. Ottawa, Feb. 1.- Twenty thousand more Canadian troops will lie dl* patched overseas in the near future, General Sir Sam Hughes, minMer of militia, announced. He said th war office had called for twenty more bat talions and was providing transports for them This call has been awaited eagerly by forty Canadian regiments which have been trained to a point where they will be able to fake the field after a few weeks' final preparation in England. The twenty r«?£inii»nt* about t» be flispatchcd will l'° ^elcrte' **t basia of merit from among those training in Canada. SUBMARINE BOAT IS LOST Seorea of Vessels Searching for Am#r lean Undersea Boat. Washington, P^eb. l.--The Cnlted States submarine K-5 has b^en lost hi the fog off Charleston, S. C. 1913 tIH- levieu A 4*i-l(U dol- and 'r,i J"enn»e lor the years of Ur8 to this uate paid by 4 srm "f n*ty-tni.e and ^t tht re l*rs or l^1000'iin* moriirMr Ti instituted to recover aaid Anri «.h a.n W'rt thereof '"ortRliue .VT'l", l, re 18 now the si du* linear UDOn K,ii ,U"K* U* Jate of this notice, 'lollarh i"-i,r" un '1 ninety -one arid UO- Km v.'Vi'"1h1r!u tl,f t*rest »£«.» ured Mk further *uni of sixty- Mu,yl ars for tajces and in 4 nia*t** a total hum of eight hun N'.w dollars $X I.1B). notice is hereb- jfiwi. •f the rr.,rt^nKayt ^oret^losed by thecal hh« ir Mt*te at public auction dei u i v ," k nvr,, «»ty. South Dakota. 01 A***1 ^rc-t_t door of the Court Ilouae l.'ounty. South L)a 1^16, at the his n the KOU :U*N,,FBIWIN Perkins Uf ui-o 'th dHJ "f March My said ln afternoon of nn. 0*t*d V,, that day. rtB**e d'-l't. int. rest, .ien, att d.ld^bJur*tn,ent"x'^^el by law. 1,1,8 ^thday of January, 1916. C. K. AUGHT. W^dy. AtUirney for Mort,^"^' "mmon. South Dakota. TRY OUR BATHS AND LAUNDRY -AT- I TY BARBER SHOP It has been missing aince 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Grave?* fears for the missing sub marine and her crew of aix men are expressed. Official* hold out hop®, however, that the submarine may hav« merely lost, her way or became di** abled. Every available naval auxiliary from the Charleston and Norfolk navy yards la combing the seas between Cap1* Hatteras and Charleston. A flotilla o' destroyers, stout ships ac 1 cutter are in the search. ttor lh* Four Drown In Flood Streama. Columbus, O Feb. 1. -Four persons were drowned while attempting to cross flood streams. Wilbur Starr, Oreencastle, Tnd., and Chester Bole*. Stockport, O.. lost their lives in Wolf creek. Mrs. Albert Clark and her daughter Gertrude were drowned in Bia-k i-ick turned over. MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH. Governor of Pennsylva nla MarrlM Hit Ward. Kntry .no. Ol8 -t7«. made 4ec. .Wth. l»h#t for Ni-2 ''t* //J^ pT-4 Section Hi. and N '.-2 SW'i-4 Seition Oof^rnor Martin O. Brumbaugh of PpnnpyJvanla was married at f'hila d*'pl»:a to liis ward, Miss Flora Bella Parks, who is a distant relative and has lived in the Brumbaugh home for twenty years. The marriage license gave M!sh Parks' age as forty and that of flie pnvrrror as fifty-four. MEAT DEALER IS MURDERED Resisted Two Men Who Held Up Hta Minneapolis Shop. Minneapolia, Feb. 1.—Joseph H. Breining. meat dealer, was slain in cold blood for daring to resist two r.usnked desperadoes who held him and three othera up in his shop, and then fled under a hot pistol Are to the basement of the Procattaedral of St. Mary, where they held up the en» gineer and escaped in a maze of tun nels. air shafts and compartment* un der the edifice. Found crouching in a swamp near ly hnIf a mile from the scene of the slaying, a n an who answered the de scription of the taller of the bandits and who had a pistol with one empty cartridge, was taken to police bead- MAN KICKED BY DEAD HORSE South Dakotan Made Unconaelous Whila Removing Hide. Sioux Falls, S. D, Feb. 1.—James Tranor of Rowena, near Sioux Falls, v.'as kicked by a !ead horse with such force that he was made unconscious. Tranor was removing the hide of the animal when, in some manner, per lisp* due to the reflex action of the muscles, the horse kicked once, chanc ing to strlka Tranor on the head. 1916 FEBRUARY 1916 SUN MON TUE WED THl FRlJSAT n 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91011® 13141516171819 272829 MARKET QUOTATIONS. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Dnluth, Jan. 31.—Wheat—On tra* and to arrive. So. 1 bard. $1 No 1 Northern. $1.33% No. 2 Northern. f1.29%. Flax—On track and to ar riv#, 92.33%. ______ St. Paul eraia. ft. Paul, .Tan 31. --Wheat No 1 Northern. |1.337/fe*i1.37% No I Northern. 1 33% No 2 Mon tana hard, $1.323* corn. 77Vfcft oats, barley. 7 rye, $1.0u??1.01% flax, $2.32. Chicago Grain and Prevision*. Chirapn. Jan. 31.---Wheat May, n. UK-. July, fl.2'%. Corn—May. *ic: July, got^r. Oats -May, 53Vtc i'y, 49%r. Pork—Jan 121.00 May. »M- r7«4. Putter—Creameries, 2814'fS',c BgKs—24fi28c. Poultry—Sprints (owls, 15c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Jan. 31.—Cattle -Steetifc O.T'i cows and heifers $3 1'• 8.10 calves, fT.'ofi in 50. Hogs ^t $7.30«7.90 mixed. $7.65#8.'". t« *7- Mlnneaoolis Grain. WILSON THROWS DOWNMUNTLET tonte Arms balers Started Preparedness A^itatioia FOR FEDERAL OWNERSHIP I Advocates That the Government, a* Par as Possible, Manufacture It* wn Weapons and Ammunition, ar! »t Any Rate Control Prlc*a. iilwaukee, Feb. 1.—President Wil threw down the gauntlet to ap-1 luieats of national preparedness who bate declared that tlie movement M'raag from the desire of munitions ini-l armament manufacturers to make money I There are some things that are ba ins aaid that 1 hope you will not be lli-ve," the president declared. "It i* Mng said, among other things, that 'l is agitation for pn par-dnes for na tional defense "n.es chiefly from those who are interested in HupphiiiR the Ki.vetnment witli the munitions of war a::d from thoae who are interested la a pplying the government with their I armament I "GentlemeB, do not allow yourselves to be misled by statements of that «ort. Anything that the yovernment di-es somebody is going to make mon ey out of but the impulse for this thing doea not tome fioni those quar ters. The ini| ilse conies from men disinterested, men «ho know the actu al circumstances of the country, and who know that these things are iin mediutely necessary. Urges Federal Ownership. for my part all alone have ad vocated, and always shall advocate that the government as far as possi ble shall manufu' ture these things for itself, that It at any rate may control the prices at whi' li these articles will Ne sold to the government. If It is nec 'ssary to protect ourselves against those who would make money out of the necessities of the nation there are adequate means of defending our selves, and we will use these means. "But I do not believe the impulse omes from those quarters. I do not believe that in those quarters there is patriotism lacking any more than in other |uarters." The president's declaration was de livered from the rear platform of his private car at Racine, Wis., half an hour before he reached this city. The president stood bareheaded, si lently smiling down at the crowd. Mrs. Wilson stepped out beside him. "Here is some one, ladies and gen tlemen." lie said, "much better worth looking at than I am." The crowd ap plauded and trgan to speak JOYOUS NEWS TO GERMANY Praia Pleased With Lansing's Ruling on Armed Vessels. I Berlin, Feb. 1.- The Berliner Zet tung, the first newspaper to comment on Secretary l.ansing's note on sub marine warfare and merchant vessels, declares the new* that the note is de signed to forbid the arming of mer chant vessels is of a joyous kind, as it is a severe blow to Kngiand The newspaper understands it is proposed a merchantman carrying a gun is to be regarded as a warship and points out warships have the right to remain in a neutral iort only twenty-four hours- far less than the necessary time to unload or load a vessel. "The strict carrying out of Secre tary l^ansing's proposals would cer tainly be in accordance with interna tional law." it adds. "It has long been clear to every sane thinker that In war time armed merchantmen are no longer to be considered peaceful ves sels, but rather at least as anxiliary warships" DECIDES TO CONTINUE FIGHT Italy to Carry Out Its Campaign in Albania. Berlin. Feb 1. Italy has decided to continue the campaign in Albania, ac cording to Vienna advices given out by the Overseas News agency, and is -aid to have landed an additional ln Pantry division and several batteriaa of heavy artillery at Avlona. "Italy will not give up Albania," the news agency says. "She considers an effective defense of the southern part of the country as a military ami po litical necessity. Other reports state that Italy, lacking sufficient troops of ™hoep--- Natiw,' her own, has asked for help from Eng- 00 lamba, $8.30fi 10.76. land and Franco- OKLAHOMA BEATS CONTRACT Trial Speed Trip Shows Twenty-two Knots an Hour. Camden. N J.. Feb. 1—The bat tJeship Okiahon.a returned after ft successful trial trip. **r, oil irth iem, HinnMpolls, hin. 31.—Wheat $1.32% July, $1 30',i- Cash track: No. 1 hard, $1.38% No. 1 rn. 11.33% ft 1.36% No. 2 Nor $lJ9\ffM33% No. 3 Northe 24% #1 *0% No. 3 yellow cor ffTkr, No. 3 white oats. 49^^ CftS ?2 S« II.- Sauth tt Paul Llv» ttaek. Sonth St Paul. Jan. SI.—Cattle— R»ceipts, 800 steors. »3 S 7» cows and heifers, $4.250'6.i vafc I4.7ift9.75 Blockers and feed*-:-. M. 00 f/7.00. Hogs—Receipts, :.40«: 40fi lambs, $5.501510.00 we then, 200 lambs, $5.50^10.00 wethafft, ewaa. $3.00^740. Required by specifications to do twenty and one-half knots an hour the Oklahoma ran twenty two knots Mr three straight hours. Denmark Faces Big Strike. IjMdon, Feb 1. -Denmark is thread with serious labor troubles, ac cording to the Times Copenhagee correspondent, who aays that strikes Involving 2S,0»« wen will begin short If, mostly la tin Alp jraffe A vTHfc ITa TOO 9TRON4 ^ValnlaCH ^•*ct "More Mont\ lor your Kurt* C.o«otcs. 1 yn* Cats, Skunk, ino#, Muakrat «aH I ur besrt-rs tollciit.i in your section y%» »i n «s ii• it k "HiiiKitr-th# urem -It B. S« Jtu «e*hu« «101a»lwt) u, MABTM tMIIII tN BAW rtas Ml «*l i -.,1 ii i tRiml ..f *rnr K' u SHURERT Under the new process at ihc same price it a blow-out patch wculd cott. Yellowstone Trail Garage I LiMBACK, I'rea J. JACKSON, V. C:ii. SC HNKKHKKGBR, Stc y-Tun* Lemmon Equity Exchange "The Farmer*' COMpan?" Dealers in Grain, Flour, Feed, Coal, Posts, Wire WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FL0U»' ims KOR The Snowdift Four Leon Potter, Mgr. Lemmon, S. D. 6QOD OQpfrt. AWU THE OU-T)Wlt«S UN0EKS1AHD JUOOE.LOTS or MtM TAKE A BIO CHE W Of W-B COT AND CiRlNp A SMALL clicw of W-B CI Chewing Tobacco Chew, new cut, font shred "Nolu bow the mH iSBRIiMI w I kv« n '0. Plant Your Grain witfi a Kentucky Orill I I Y c: V v r: ^nd will produce the Iu ii«ai:y c,"i.s( 3 tlie di£fcr' n W3v the seed is olatited. tx|» ts sa v, in many farmers lie l»f-..st plarj^d frain finisfi«s the best. Th»s better the planting, the better the start, tli iicavic-r t.ie pta,in. tlie iti re fot ki th»- grade. Of all I'luiitiiig iii'-tiiuds t!i^ tirul ui'-Uio-l is 1 t. '1 if. j»ram ia planted evenly and without wuste. It id all i iuii—d at the correct depth, it is covered uni.oi tulv. When a drill is u-f-d tb \e possible start Is insurer). That means less hai in from either extremely w or y utanii. ., the b'-ails Idled out sjlidiy with plump kernels, the grain ail ripening at t.ieuuiit time. 1 hat, ia turn, means money eavect at harvest, in threshing, aud top prices for the grain you se l. No matt -r wli.it grain crop y ,t:t i" v"j'. :!e Kentucky drill vi!I give yon a lx-U»-i ch.in» to a pro! «. is fall. 1-iuin our extensive line you can easily ctioc»s»/jubt the I vjje drill you tteed. A word iiooi you and ail our foclatiee are at your aerv.,j. Meidinger Bros ommon. R. I). •t V 1 1K I K V lit *kotn: MiHd* l«r it NOV KHfK Inr a*. Ul y~ I lITt n, Notice to Car Owners Why ruin your casing Witn blow-out patches when you can get them Vulcanized ,Twg.*TAti«nNAve.A.nnM.O.'wCMIl'.'! Vrm. THAI 9 RiaWT, »UT THE* WILL LEARN THAT A LITTLF CMTW AND VERYUTTtf GRINDING C.IVES FULL TOBACCO SATISFACTION ON iT.au^r tHty pooRDiNAiry TOBACCO THEN THEySJM 5 llie Real satisfies, ticca use it is rith tobacco. Just for thai reason you need only a a i w y i u s s s o u o n e a n e o i n a y k i n Manv i' in wrc now frit from the b^ bulgy wad of orJinary tohncoo* bring* out Um rick loUct o UiU" |bfc bf WCTMAN BRUTON COMPANY, Uri« S^urs, few Y«fc CMf the that i ci-ia!ity of t!»e grain iw I ail 'n "I" «ltl at iiarvest, oUier tuings beiug u udkauiki&l by turn uteUtud used ill planting.