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Measure to Place Supervision of the
Omaha Plant Under Commission.
'nten of DnitRlna Introiliiff DrnMIc
.Mrnanre (JnTernlnsr HannliiK f
.Into nnI rrorlilltmr for
CJomiietent llnmlllnB.
i From r Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, Neb.. Jnn. ST. (Special Tele
(train.) The hill to nbotlsh the water
board of Omaha and place the super
vision of the -water plant' tinder the con
trol of the city commission was Intro
duced In tho house this afternoon byT
six member of the Douglas delegation
Anderson. Flanagan. Hoff, Yates. Simon
and Smith. The remainder of the delega
tion did not sign tho bill. Drucscdow
fcxpects to offer an amendment to the
measure. The others offered no excuse
for desiring to keep the present ex
pensive water board drawing pay.
Tates Introduced a bill to Increase the
salaries of the chief deputy sheriff and
bookkeeper of Douglas county tSOo and
the head Jailer and under deputy's $300
a year each. Druesedow, Brain, Foster
and Flanagan put In a bill to prohibit
the sale of cold storage stuff which had
been held for more than ninety days.
-"Lee got In his measure to do away
with the voting machines In Omaha and
another to do away with the party clrclos
In elections.
To Itfuuliitp Viilo Spirit,
Tates. of Douglas, nnd Tiaker, of
Thomas, would put a crimp In the run
ning of automobiles carelessly. Tliplr
measure provides that tho owner of the
machine shall be responsible for dam
ages. It does and If bought nn time, the
seller shall be responsible nccording to
the equity he has In the machine.
It Is also provided the machine may
be taken by process of law In payment
of damages to the extent df Its value.
Tates of Douglas would amend the purr
food law to provide that tho name or
the manufacturer be placed on the pack
age. Sugarman had a bill which permits ad
ministration of estates of iwrsoua ab
sent for soven years as though deceased.
Monry for Lincoln Asylum.
Governor Morehead sent a message to
the house asking for an appropriation o'
Bl.OGO to equip the new buildings at the
Insane hospital at Lincoln.
The committee on public lands and
buildings does not Intend to give up Its
Junket In a Pullman without another
fight. This afternoon the house recon
sidered Its recent action In deciding to
send only five members on that Junket
and after fussing about It for two hours
left the matter undecided with a resolu
tion pending to send three members of
five committees on tho trip.
Pay Still Up In Air.
It also came out the house Is not sure
of Its $10 a day and Norton, Nlchol and
Grueber were appointed to get first hand
Information from the attorney general
about tho pay.
Ueemer. llev. K. Scrmefer. mutor. offi
ciating. The marriage of Albert fVhmuecker.
second son of Anton Schmuecker. pioneer
settler, to Miss Dora OIlKniueller was
solemnized t St. Anthony's church at
St. Charles on Wednesday The attend
ants were Anton Sehmuecker. Jr.. nnd
Miss Augusta Ollgmueller and Miss l.etm
Schmuerkor. near relatives of tho con
tracting parties.
St. Hon I face church nt Monteiey was
the scene of the wedding on Wednesday
morning of John Thuercr nnd Miss Klin
Sclmrfen. Knther Schqof. rector, role-1
bra ting the nuptial mass. The young j
couple were attended by Adolph Thuerer
of Stuart nnd Miss Kntherlne Schurfen.
Tho newly married pair will make their
homo In central Wisconsin, where the.
groom owns a farm.
-iIHO IMMUNITY FOR HE1KE' Fifteen Hundred
Scots Attend Burns
Banquet at Ida Grove
Convioted Sugar Trust Official Must i
Serve His Sentence. '
Committees Repidly Pushing Prep-
arations for httra session.
Portland, Ore., Klnnnrlrr Who Stolr
l.nrite Sum Irom Kohiml Dnrliiir
I'nnle of 11107 Must (in
to I'rlaon.
West Point Notes.
W1MT POINT, Neb., Jan. 27.-(8peclol.)
The death of Frederick Thomas Nellor,
un old . settler, occurred at the family
home north, of the oily. flxr Nellqf was
S3 years of age and had resided in Cum
ing county since the year 1809. He was
a native of Australia and leaves six chil
dren. Funeral services wero held from
tie Methodist Episcopal church at
Children Love
Syrup of Figs
Sweetens Their Stomachs and
Cleans the Liver nnd Waste
Clogged Bowels Without
Corn Famine in Jefferson.
FA1R11UUY. Neb.. Jan. 27.-SpeclaU
The llvo stock feeders and farmers of
tho county are considerably troubled over
the scarcity of corn in the county, mo
feeders are scouring tho county In order
to get feed to finish off their hogs and
cattle for tho live stock markets. They
have been offering 60 cents a bushel.
s.rAini mrlnads have been shipped Into
Fnlrbury and was distributed among the
feeders at prices above the market.
Every mother Immediately realizes
after giving her child delicious Syrup of
Figs that this Is the Ideal laxative and
Physio for the children". Nothing else
regulates the little one's stomach, liver
and 30 feet of tender bowels so prompt
ly, beeldes they dearly love Its delightful
fig taste.
If your child Isn't feeling well: rest
ing nicely; eating regularly and acting
naturally It U a sure sign that Us little
Insldes need a gentle, thorough cleans
ing at once. '
When croat, Irritable, feverish, stom
ach sour, breath bad or your little one
has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat,
full of bold, tongue coated; ylve a tea
spoonfulW Syrup of Figs and In a few
hours all the foul, constipated, clogged
up waste, undigested food and sour bile
will gently move on and out of Its little
bowels without nausea, griping or weak
ness, and you will surely have a well,
happy and smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aro
mattes, It cannot be harmful.
Mothers should always keep Syrup of
Figs handy. It Is the only stomach, liver
and bowel cleanser and regulator needed
a little given today will save a sick
child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of all ages
and grown-ups plainly printed on the
Ask your druggist for the full name.
'Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co.
This Is the delicious tasting, genuine old
reliable. "Refuse anything else offered.
Home Treatment
for Epilepsy or Fits
Those who puffer from this nerv
ous disease, accompanied by Its sud
den attacks of unconsciousness nnd
convulsions, will be interested In
knowing that we have authorized the
sale of Koalne treatment for Epilepsy
by Deaton Drug Co.
This well-known store has our au
thority to sell the Ko&lne treatment
for Epilepsy on the following guar
antee: Buy a bottle of Kosine for
SI. 60. If after using you are not en
tirely satisfied, your money will be
We want the most skeptical to try
the KoBlne treatment on this guar
antee, for the success of the treat
ment during the past ten years, both
by the laity and profession, haj
proved the merit of the article.
V valuable booklet on Epilepsy,
containing a complete diet, given fre
by the Ueaton Drug Co.. l&lh and
Farnam Bts., Omaha.
Tbo KostM Co., Waablmrton, D. O. J
Yeiser Objects to
Execution of Prince
i From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, Jan. 17. Spcclal.-Govei
nor .Morehead Is In receipt of a recom
mendation from .lohn O. YHser of .ho
Board of Pardons that the sentence of
death on Albert Prince be not carried
out. Prince Is to be hanged In March
for murder committed InBlde the peniten
tiary. Mr. Yelscr's argument, which Is quite
lengthy, Is not prepared especially in view
of the Prince case, but Is In support of
tho abolition of capital punishment. In
his letter of transmittal, he says:
'The opinion was submitted to the other
members of tho pardon board, who at thl
time decline to Join In any recommenda
tion. Consulting my own official standing.
Involved before the legislature now In
scnslqn. I hesitate In filing this opinion,
but duty demands the filing of the same
PISSTILM, CITY. NVh.. .Inn. 27. ISmv
clal.) Judge nice has received word from I
the clerk of the suprome court nnnoune-j
Ing that on order of affirmation of judg
ment had boon made In tho case of the
Union Pacific railroad against John T.
McT,onn. treasurer of Merrick county. Ne
braska. This Is a suit commenced In the
district court early In February. 1312, to
restrain tho county treasurer of this
county from collecting the township tax
of the company in oxctss of 2 mills on
tho dollar valuation In the townships of
Central, Chapman. Vleregg ,nnd Prairie
Island. This would hove represented a
loss to the townships as follows: Cen
tral. $291.54; Chapman, $!M5.GT; Vleregg.
linK.a:. nnd Prairie Island. $19.02. The
company was represented by Edson Rich
and Martin & Bockcs, its attorneys; me
county treasurer by County Attorney W.
II. C. IUce, Central by Attorney E. K.
Ross and Chapman by Patersbn & Pat
terson. Vleregg and Prairie Island took
their chances with the county treasurer.
The case was tried In March before Judge
Holtenbeck and taken under advisement,
and In April following he gave Judgment
In favor of the several townships. The
company appealed to the supreme court,
which has held with tho district court.
Medical Trust Idea
Refuted by Wilson
HOBOKEN, N. J.. Jan. 27. President
elect Wilson addressed today a private
gathering of prominent social workers at
tho home, of Mrs. Caroline B. Alexander,
where he and his family were week-end
guests. In a statement given out by
Mrs. Alexander, setting forth Governor
Wilson's remarks, ho Is quoted as de
claring that In forwarding tho move
ment for a national bureau of health it
was desired to remove the Impression
that the government expected to set up
a "medical trust."
The governor Is reported as having said
that there was no Intention to put any
school of medicine In charge of national
health projects, but that all schools ot
medicine should work In harmony on the
question of sanitation, which he consid
ered most important.
Several speeches were made embrac
ing Immigration, child labor, prison con
tract labof, workmen's compensation and
Industrial relations.
Gunboat Wheeling
Reaches Vera Cruz
VERA CRUZ, Jan. 27. The United
States gunboat Wheeling, which was or
dered to Vera Crus by the American gov
ernment because of reports of alarming
conditions in tins section, arrived here
this morning from Tampa. Official visits
will be exchanged tomorrow, but it is
certain that the reception of the Amer
icans will be cold, as Mexicans are not
particularly pleased at the visit of an
American warship. At present the situa
tion In and around Vera Crus Is quiet.
Forestry Experts
Gather in Denver
DENVER. Colo., Jan. 27,-More than
1,000 supervisors of the government for
estry service In the Second district ar
rived in Denver tonight to attend the
annual meeting of supervisors. The Sec
ond district comprises the states of
Michigan. Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska,
Wyoming and Colorado. The4rlnclpal
subjects to be discussed at tho meeting
are conservation of forests and water re
sources and the Increased opening of
grazing lands In the district.
.ST. LOUIS, Jan. 27.-Mlss Julia Mar
lowe, who Is playing with E. II. Both
ern, In Shakespearean repertory, was
stricken with ptomaine poisoning Friday
night, but although III, fulfilled her en
gagement in this city.
Physicians Insisted tonight that she rest
until fully recovered. An understudy will
pluy her parts temporarily.
WASHINGTON. Jan. Si. - Charles
Hclkc. former secretary of tho American
Sugar Refining compati. has no Immun
ity from prosecution for his knowledge
of the "sugar weighing frauds" against
the government because no testified be
fore the grand Jury. The supreme court
so held today. Tho court held that llclke
must serve his eight months' Imprison
ment and pay his 13,000 fine.
llelke was convicted of conspiracy to
defraud tho government He had testi
fied at a grand jury Investigation under
the Sherman anti-trust law. Into the af
fairs of tho American Sugar Refining
company. Later he was prosecuted In
connection with the weighing frauds at
tho customs docks In Brooklyn.
Helke claimed he was Immune against
the latter prosecution by virtue of an
act of 19i)J, which provided that those
who furnished evidence In anti-trust or
Interstate commerce Investigations should
be granted Immunity. The government
also contended that to procure Immunity
the testimony given at tho Investigation
must be of an Incriminating character.
Tho conviction of llelke was the out
come of a series of proceedings growing
out of the sugar weighing frauds In
which the eompnny was required to pay
to tho government more than 12.000,000.
The government claimed that Helke as
secretary and treasurer could not have
possibly been Ignorant of the frauds.
Justice llolmVs, handing down tho
court's decision, said that Is seemed tho
Immunity act was coterminous with tho
constitutional provision ngnlnst a man
being compelled to testify against him
self. He said, however. It was not necess
ary to define exactly the limits of Im
munity because tho testimony Helke gave
did not "concern" the crime for which
ho was convicted, nor was It revclant
llnnUor'n Sentence f f Irmoil.
'I ho supremo court today declined to
Interfere with tho five-year penitentiary
sentence Imposed upon J. Thorburn ltoss,
former president of the Trust Guaranty
nnd Title company of Portland, Oro.,
convicted of larceny of stato educational
funds In his bank during the panic of
The trial court. In addition to the five
year punishment, lmH).cd a flue of JT76,
H3.74, or an alternate, confinement In the
county Jail amounting to 790 years. The
supreme court of Oregon had set aside
the fine and alternate confinement as ex
Neither the state rate cases nor the
intermountaln rate cases were decided to
day by tho supremo court.
Dead Babe is Found
in Old Rubbish Pile
While rnklng up a pile of dead leaves
and rubbish In his back vard
afternoon. Alexander Grant, 2821 Blondo
street discovered the body of a tiny white,
girl babe. The body was wrapped up In
a single garment and had evidently been
there several days.
Grant reported his grisly find to the
coroner nnd tho body was taken to tho
morgue. Police detectives are seeking
the parents of tho Infant and laRt night
they had uncovered several promising
IAJS ANGELES, Cal.. Jon. 27.-Tho
steel freight steamer Mackinaw, en route
from Illlboa. Panama, to San Francisco,
via Los Angeles, struck tho breakwater
at the entrance to San Pedro harbor
while outward bound tonight In a heavy
fog and was towed Into the harbor late
tonight, after the crew had taken to tho
boats In the belief that the vessel was
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2T.-Plowlng
along at half speed through a dense fog
that veiled San Francisco bay today, two
Southern Pacific ferry steamers, tho Bain
City nnd the Melrose, collided bow on
and narrowly escaped going to the bot
tom. More than 100 passengers and mem
bers of the crew were aboard the two
1HA GROVE, la.. Jan. W. (Special. )--When
O J. Moor of Sioux City missed
the evening train for Ida Grove last night
he hired a special train to come to ton
Grove, tn order not to miss the Hohl
Rums celebration held here by tho Uobb
Bums society of Ida Grove. Over l.ftfln
attended the program, banquet and dauc
which began at 7:30 Friday evening vid
lasted all night until 6 o'clock Saturday
morning. Mr. Moore and his party ..
turned to Sioux City on their special at
t n. m.
This banquet has conic to bo the great
est gathering of the Scotch clans In this
part of the country and each year sets a
new high mark for attendance, until nw
the Immense armory' here barely seats
thorn, and It Is planned next year to h-.ld
two meetings, one In the opera ho;no
and one in the nrmory. Ther wore hun
dred of visitors hero from out of town
for tho event and the program was by far
the finest thing over attempted by tho
Bobby Bums society of Ida Grove, which
Is saying considerable. Jamie Shepherd.
"Chicago's Harry louder." whs a star
feature on the program and furnished a
remarkable cntei talnmcnt. with many
changes of costumes. Dan Barr of Sloix
City was another entertainer who made
good. John and Donald Crulokshank and
Miss Zona Reeves, all of Sioux City,-competed
In the fancy dancing, hs did AIpx
Dalgctty and Nell Robertson ot Ida
At the conclusion of the program, when
Alex Dalgotty. aged danced tho snll
or's hornpipe the Imuionso audience
cheered hi in with rcniarkablo cnthuslas n
and tho Bobby Burns society presented
him with a beautiful gold nirdal. Mr.
Dalgotty made a speech, saying that he
had danced the salloi's hornpipe for
fifty-five years and that after each year's
Scotch celebration ho Immediately begins
practice- for tho next year. Tho Scotch
c'alm that for a man of his ngo America
does not have tho equal of Alox Dalgotty
at fancy dancing. Songs by C. K. Tylc
and Mrs. McKnrlano of Sioux City, Mr.
McGregor of Fort Dodge and Flora nnd
Will Todd and Helen Blackman of ida
Grove wore among tho musical features.
O. J. Mooro of Sioux City made one of
the principal addresses nf tho evening.
The president of the society, Robert
Todd, delivered the address of welcom-.
after which tho entire gathering of l.JoO
arose on manse and sang "America."
After tho program, which lasted until
midnight, tho Danquet was served and
then came the dancing, which lasted un
til morning. In many ways It was the
most remarkable gathering of Scotch peo
ple nnd tholr friends ever held in the
state or west.
Leaders of Waiters
Would Compromise!
NEW YORK. Jan. 27. Cross purposes '
of leaders, tho rank and fllo of tho work
ers and employers complicated conditions
in tho hotel waiters' Etrlko tonight. Lead
ers declared that modified demands ac
ceptable to tho proprietors would bn pre
sented nnd an agreement reached under
which most of tho 2,500 or more employes
now affected speedily could return to
work. ,
Strikers In numbers announced their
Intention of remaining out until a com
plete victory had been won. whllo many
of the managers of the larger hotels in
serted that they would not re-employ
their old waiters, preferring to depend
upon nonunion help In tho future.
At a moss meeting tonight at union
headquarters the tone adopted by the
speakers was generally anticipatory of
the end of the strike.
Ilrnrlna li Committer (onir In nn
Knil ThU Work Other I . Il
lation Is quite I norr
tnln. WASHINGTON. Jan. Z7 -Although the
scope of tho legislation to bo taken up
at the approaching extra session ot con
gress has not et been outlined, con
gressional committee rapidly are pushing
tholr preliminary work to a point where
recommendations can ho made to President-elect
Wilson and plans laid before
him for the early work of his administra
tion. Work on tariff bills soon will bo started,
tho hearings reaching an end this week.
The money trust end of the house bank
ing and currency committee already is
working on a report, while the currency
branch of the same committee will push
Its Investigation this week Into othtr
branches of the currency question In tho
effort to secure comprehensive sugges
tions for currency icform.
Senate, and Iiouho lenders do not know
what legislation, if any, In addition to the
work of tariff revision will bo taken up
at the extra session. 8cveral of thoe
who have talked with Governor Wilson
express the confident belief that tho cur
rency question and the question ot lib
erating tho Philippines will be Included
In the new president's scheme of actl'in
for his first congressional session
It Is tho general opinion In democratic
circles In Washington that Picsldent Wil
son will nt least not "foreclose" congress
against acting on everything but the
tariff In tho special session.
An effort Is under way by some demo
cratic senators to postpone, action on
currency reform until the next regular
session and It Is expected that a move
ment will bo promoted to secure an ex
tension of the present Aldrlch-Vreeland
emergency currency law for at least n
year, so that an emergency measure still
will be at hand In case of Industrial or
financial disturbances.
Tho full extent of the fight between the
republican and democratic factions In
the Hcnnte over President Tnft's appoint
ments Is expocttif to develop this week.
Tho tariff hearings covering the four
toon schedules of tho present law along
with the free list and miscellaneous
articles and general administrative pro
visions, will como to n closo with the
end of this week. Tho wool schedule,
perhaps tho most formidable of all, from
tho tnrltf makers' standpoint, will be
taken up tomorrow with prospects for a
lively session and plenty of arguments
from wool growers, manufacturers, Im
porters and clothiers.
Tho Natlonnl Association of Growers
and manufacturers Is expected to appear
In force to fight for retention of the
prrscnt tnrlff.
Tho importance of the schedule Is
shown by tho average of CO per cent ad
valorem as a barrier for protection ot
the big woolen Industry of this country.
Charged with using "fowl" language a
"lame duck" waB arrested and brought (o
police headquarters yesterday morning
by Officer E. B. Ferris. Tho officer sold
ho camo out of his homo yesterday early
nnd on the sidewalk found a wild duck. 1
The bird, according to tho officer, was i
using language which is forbidden by the
city authorities. At police headquarteis
It was found that tlto bird was suffering
from a broken wing. Ferris took unto I
himself the role of Judge and sentenced
the bird to death for using fowl lan
guage, and tonight the unfortunate one '
of circumstances will adorn the table of ,
the patrolman. 1
Body of Sea Fighter
Laid to Final Rest
ANNAPOLISv Md Jan. 27.-With sim
ple, but Impressive ceremonies the body
of John Paul Jones, first admiral of the
American navy", today was placed In Its
final resting placo In the now crypt un
der tho Naval academy chapel. Secre
tary of the Navy Moyer, French Ambas
sador Jussernnd nnd Governor Golds
borough wero among those, present,
Escorted by a brigade of 700 midship
men, nt whose head was the Naval Acad
emy band playing a funeral dlrgo, tho
casket was transported from Bancroft
hall to the chapel on a car drawn by ,i
squad of blue Jackets, It was then car
ried on the shoulders of the "Jacklen"
Into the crypt, lowered Into a receptacle
chiseled out of .solid marble and a heavy
marble lid placed over It.
While Miss May Worthing, a book
keeper for the A. K. Dctwellcr company,
was listening attentively to a sermon
In Trinity Cathedral, Eighteenth and
Capitol avenue yesterday morning, some
one made off with her handbag contain
ing 3 and keys, which was In a seat be
side her. Miss Worthing lives at 2028
Dodge street.
Change The Vibration
It Makes For Health
A man, at odds with his stomach, tried leaving off
his usual diet, and adopted a breakfast of
and cream.
His health began to improve for the reason that
once In a while one will reach a Place where tho sys
tem becomes clogged and the machinery doesn't work
A change of this kind puts aside bulky food of low
nutritive value and takes up food of the highest value
partly pre-digested and quickly changed into good, rich
blood and healthy tissue.
A few weeks' use of Gmpe-XutH food gives one a
degree of nervous strength and comfort well worth the
"There's a Reason"
Reaii letter to right. .
Thty 8omttuwa Tsll Trus Outs,
A quarter of a century "on the road"
gives one some knowledge of hotel life
and the old drummer's experience with
food Is worth listening to.
"After 25 years servle - as a commercial
traveler, with Its vldwltudei, I wound
myself about a year ago very much tht
worse for wear.
"At that time I mas suffering from
nervous dyspepsia, my appetite was poor
and I could not sleep, finally reaching a
state bordering on complete breakdown,
"As medicine had failed utterly to help
me I was forced to look Into tho diet end
of it and what t lean-ed Induced me to
try a course of Grape-Nuts and cream.
"When It was not on the bill of fare
1 asked for It and usually got It; so for
several months I made my complete
breakfaat on Grape-Nuts with now and
then a bit of toast
"Improvement commenced Immediately
and has kept up steadily and now my
general health Is fine, better than it hits
been for years and I attribute the Im
provement to the use of Grape-Nuts.
"I have proved In my own caso this
food is perfect for stomach and nervous
troubles and can recommend it to all
my fellow commercial tourists."
Name gUen by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich.
Although Grape-Nuts Is not always on
the bill of fare nearly every hotel has It
In the kitchen and the guests can get It If
called for.
yrhore's a reason" why Orape-Nuts re-.
stores health and strength,
I,ool; In pkgs. for the famous little
book, "The Hoad to Wellvllle."
Cheer Up! If Headachy, Bilious,
Constipated Cascarets Tonight
No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels: how much your head acnes)
how miserable and uncomfortable you are from constipation, Indigestion, bilious
ness and sluggish intestines you alwnyn got tho desired results with rascorets.
They end tho roadachc. biliousness, dlxxlnos. nervousness, sick, sour, gassy
stomach. Thoy clranso your I.Ivor nnd ltowcls of all sour bile, foul gases and
constipated matter which is producing the misery A C'ascarct tonight will
straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box rrom your druggist will keep your
head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular and make you feel cheerful
and bully for months.
10 CeifttS. Norcr gripo or sicken. '
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to Mandalay atl( Ohloaffo, UL
Announcement to
Arwood Customers
Upon my roturn from the Dairy lootings at
Lincoln, 1 funnel sonic complaint on sour milk. Upon
thorough investigation vq believe that this was due
to lack of our men adapting themselves quickly
enough to tho sudden change in temperature. Ar
wood milk is bottled on Arwood Farm. Tho now de
livery system was not to blame. This chango was
niado on account of its economy and something wo
contemplcated for several years. Wo have every
reason to believe the milk will be bettor then ever
tomorrow morning. A now brine cooling system will
bo immediately installed. Wo trust that evory Ar
wood friend will take milk of us as usual m tho
morning. AHWOOD DAIRY,
W. E, Wood & Co., Prop.
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