Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 13, 1912 · Page 11
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"THAT UNDERWEAR HAS IT ON THAT SEVEN YEAR STUFF, FINK "tOViVifMT HERS UKTIU. I GO HOME ANO PuT Mt HtX« VHHTtH UHOER- >M&AR ON. t'U BE RIGHT J BACK, f WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTEli^lRL FOR GENERAL house wat}a\\i »Te. .1. D. Mundis» 422 S. Washington. WANTED—WOMEN AND GIRI^ at Wheeler & Motter Shirt and Overall Factory. Steady work. WANTED—XUnSlXG AND HOUSK keeping: 312 N. Buckeye. Teturnemtivanily shrd riuf shr cinfw WANTED—TO FIND A HOME FOR a full blood white silk female poodle. Phone r.84. WANTEI^T-^IRL FOR GENERAL house work; no washing; 315 N Cottonwood. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, OITR modern residence. Call at £08 E Madison. W. T. Watson. WANTED—DISH WASHER AT onc4- Krau-se Cafe. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, OITR modern residence. Call at £08 E Madison. W. T. Watson. WJAXTED AT ONCE—TWO EX- peri^ced carpenters; 20c per hour andlboard. W. R. MoHill (contractor). Phone 106, Moran, Kans. FOR SALE—YOUNG CALK IN- qulre 136 N. Kentucky. WJAXTED AT ONCE—TWO EX- peri^ced carpenters; 20c per hour andlboard. W. R. MoHill (contractor). Phone 106, Moran, Kans. FOR SALE—A FIXE BLACK MARE (> years old; will weigh about 1600 work any where; Ju«t north Couoreto Junction. 0. T. Pralilter. ! WANTED—1»AUTLY FURNISHED rnoma tor light housekeeping by couple. H. Bagby, plmut' 70S. FOR SALE—A FIXE BLACK MARE (> years old; will weigh about 1600 work any where; Ju«t north Couoreto Junction. 0. T. Pralilter. ! WANTED—AT ONCE. EX PERI EN- red men in every department of brick manufacture, euch as shale pit men,' dry pan feeders, tossers. setters, and burned brick wheelers. Good wages, steady -employment the year round, and cheap house rent. Address, Continental Brick Comtiau}', Aledo, lU." FOR UEN-t-FURXISHKD ROOMS; 004 .\. Jefferson. WANTED—AT ONCE. EX PERI EN- red men in every department of brick manufacture, euch as shale pit men,' dry pan feeders, tossers. setters, and burned brick wheelers. Good wages, steady -employment the year round, and cheap house rent. Address, Continental Brick Comtiau}', Aledo, lU." FORi SALE—SIX GOOD HEIFERS and six shoats; 419 N. Tenn»^e«i. WANTED—AT ONCE. EX PERI EN- red men in every department of brick manufacture, euch as shale pit men,' dry pan feeders, tossers. setters, and burned brick wheelers. Good wages, steady -employment the year round, and cheap house rent. Address, Continental Brick Comtiau}', Aledo, lU." FOR SAUC—12 YEARLING STEERS and 4 yearling heifers. S. E. McGinni«, Laliappe, Kans. WANTED—MAX TO SAW FIFTEEN ranks of wood; 419 N Tennessee. FOR SAUC—12 YEARLING STEERS and 4 yearling heifers. S. E. McGinni«, Laliappe, Kans. WANTED—MAX TO SAW FIFTEEN ranks of wood; 419 N Tennessee. l-\)R TRADE—GOOD 5 ROOM COT- tak<? and barn for farm stock and Uiol.-! Address ' T," care Register. WANTCD—TIN-XEH A>i;D PLUIIB- er. Must know something about hardware A. H. Hlnes. LaHarpe, Kas. l-\)R TRADE—GOOD 5 ROOM COT- tak<? and barn for farm stock and Uiol.-! Address ' T," care Register. WANTCD—TIN-XEH A>i;D PLUIIB- er. Must know something about hardware A. H. Hlnes. LaHarpe, Kas. FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY MALE pigs of March and April farrow; good, .itrong individuals: will weigh from 2W> to 250 pounds. Farm IVs miles east and south of Carlyle. Phone 984-4. W. F. Weber. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL house work. Telephone 932. 219 N. Colbom. FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY MALE pigs of March and April farrow; good, .itrong individuals: will weigh from 2W> to 250 pounds. Farm IVs miles east and south of Carlyle. Phone 984-4. W. F. Weber. • FOR SALE—FOR SALE ! FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE-;-DRIVINO MARE AND FOR SALE-TWO FRESH COWS, buggy; city broke. Phone 2'>7. \ Phone CU .'i. FOR SALb>-I0-YEAR-OLl> MARE. • FOR SALE—G O O D. M O U E R N »1II bring colt In April. Harrv Hlake-' house, well located Cheap If taken at ly, Rotile 1, Elamore, Kans. 'on<e. See J K Powell, or «all on J F. Halderman at SIS 3. Cottonwood. FOR SALE—WAIA'UTS AND PE-i cans. A L Townsend. Pbon« 992-42 .i FOR SALE OR TRADE—FINE farm near El Dorado, Kans, worth $75 per acre Qulik sale or trade f60. Will H !««uwe IV W i^nd, EiDorado. Kans. - -lA LOST AND FOUND. FOR EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE—A NlCb UTTLfc. Iiome for good team, wagon and harness. A. W. Beck. 15 E. Madiaon Ave. 1 Wlrblta Bcaron Would Hare Experts On Klertlon BoanH. Koliowiug up a suggestion which The Beacon made yesterday for a more modem system of counting ballots, it Is legitimate to also voice a coluplaiut aguilist the sort of men so <ir«en se- \OTHK TO iONTRACTOKS. lola Townsrtiip. Nov. •„^ ,.,^.,,.,0 clerks to help coma FOR 'SALE—GOOD MIliCH COW. 20:. S. Third St FOR SALE-60 HEAD HIGH GRADE Shropshire breeding ewea; 40 iaiuba; 1 purebred Shropshire buck. Farm 1 mile east and H; mile south of t'ar- lyie. Kas Phone 984-4. \V. F. Weber. SALE—40. 80, 160 OR 200 acres nice meadow land; 5 miles from lola; $35 per acre. Want no trade. See owner, S. W. Lust. LaHarpe, Kas. FOR SALE—APPLES, l.".. 25 AND 5 (>c per bushel. 9 H Weith. I^Har |M>. Kansas LOST—SATURDAY AFTERNtKlN. The lola Township Board will re pelve bids Until l-Viday. Noveiubef 122. 2 o\lo<-k, for the construction oL ;on".-half mile of macadam road wesP of lola «u the lake road. Plana and sp-ciHcatlous can 4>e seen on file at ^^^e; ^c^^ii^e iH ^nd^ni com: j /:o .vj;> 2::^'Lf^:;^uJruZZ posed of three amethysts. Please re- j }'«"rs 'he Board for^ turn to Mrs F. C. Nicholson. 316 East I «>««»; ,.»^'8ht reserv Jackson and receive reward LOST—GOLD WATCH ON • WEST river road Plione 1222 1X)ST-LAI>YS GOLD WATCH and fob. Edna Cline engraved in ease. Letter E on front of case. Finder return ti> 315 N. Washington or •phone 602. Reward. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR SALE-ONE WOVEN RUG S.VIO, 3 rockers. 3 chairs, 1' iron bed. mattress and spring.-'; 408 S Walnut Phone 649, FOR SAI.E—l.itiKi BUSHEL GOOD apples. 10 to 50c per bushel, ai .Nevitl farni, luile east and 1 mile south of Bayard. FOR RENT—THREE ROOM FURX- ished house Phone 955. ^ • FOR RENT—« ROOM jioDERN bouse close in Phone 372 FOR RENT— TWO FRONT ROOMS fiirnlsh »Hi for light housekeeping, with gas; 1.'. E t^ilhoun FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping; 2M: W. Jackson Ave. Phone 954. Mra. W. R- Graeme all bids. Bv order of T| i-: I. BA reject any and ip Board fART. Twp. Clerk. jV %«rm at Keno. Reno. .Vov. 12.—W. 1). Jones, author of the statute which made divorce easy in .Nevada, was otie of the candidates defeated for re-election to the state senate, and it is believed that a new law requiring a year's residence in the 8tai« instead of six nionths as at present, will W enactud when the new legislature meets in January. Garnett Review: Misses Pearl anil R6ena Penny and Errett McFariaud autoed to lola and Neosho Falls and return yesterday They met Mrs O. P Xeal and Mrf. .Mary Triramel in lola C. M. BOSS •> ExtAQlon -without pain tty thib -> jffia -jt Nitrous Oxide GaJ • .;''eiiT)neo—Offlc* 6&3; Rea. SSa MONET TO LOAN I .« Will lend on boiuebotd goodly .4 plaooB. orisanfl. aawtng iu»>. 4 cklubd, diamonds and ]ew«lr7. . # J. W. COFFET Ottlce, No. 110 fiorth StiM^.f HARNESS A!N D SiDDLIBl • 110^ Bonth BtTMt— loU. KU, FHlLLlf HBieSLB tlie ballots. It has been customary for election commissioners to gi\e these (tositions to old men who nouM be compiimentetl by the (lolitical di;- tinction and helped by tlie com|>ensa- tlon, and no election Judge ha.-? ever sought to gel quick, effective'results by upiwinting men as clerks and Judges who were esp«H;ialIy qualified iiy their clerical ability to do the work in brief time. We ctnild have shorteu- isl the count of votes in S^-djrwick county and Wichita twenty-four hours In the recent election if the men .•;«>- lected at the iiolling places as judges ami clerks liad b«'en selecto«l with special referen»>e to their fitnes.<! for that task. Men accustomed to dointr wo.cfc.i witli b<x>ks and fitrur«»sjn»«l—•rc'Tords would have tijAdo a-JotTof hours oiit of work that tfie men appointe<l made a I ,Iob of days—Wichita Beacon. • • •> r. B. LBITELL, K. B. • * 8p «cIaIUefl: i . <> Olaeasea of tb« CtaMt # *. Dineaaes of Chlldrea • * X-RAY .• « Pkrae»-Oee« 1471 Bet. Ul • <> iola BUta Bank Bids. • -'<•• T.O.CANATSEY Expert Piano Tohliif and Repairinf. Witt Roberta. Kuaie Oo. PBOCT M RKSK\T G.IS SHORTAGE. • • Tonight Toniglit. if you feel dull and stupid or bilious and constipated, lake a dos< of Chamberlain's Tablets and you will feel all right tomorrow. Fot gale by all dealera. UUUBPE NEWS FOR TODAY HELP A\D .MKKCV fOMMlTTEE LOOKING 01T FOR NEEDY. KNOW TBDSS COMFOBT Tke MarrIaK« of Miss Lola Smith and Mr. WllUrd Blbrns rnited Tiro Popular People. If for your health> sake you wear a truss, you should know what comfort and satisfaction a truss can give. We have the best of trusses and we can assure you that.a truss purcltased at our store will fit you perfectly. WATEBS A HA>FOBTH Urngs and Jettelry ***************** L.\H.\BPE. NOV. 13-It is comingiS;;ria,»»a?««*»a»8a«a,a,.^« thna of year now that those who are ************ ^ * * * * poor and needy deserve attention from others who are am|>ly uupplied. If you (lad a destitute family that is tery much la need of shoes and clothing to withstand the frigid weather It la aurel)- your duty to let it be known. If yon do. not feel able to help the family r«p6rt 4o the Help and Mercy Committee of the .MelhMlist chuidi. which oompose» the foilowiug ladles: .Mrs. r d.Wood, Mrs. John Kohlnr. Mrn. H. liteketts. Mr«. J. Q. Rob«rta and -^Mra. He&r)- Buoley. Boy Scout« thla is afiood time for you to see that *very- * * * * * * * * * * * If Yon HuTO PirTlRES TO FRAME bring them in early to avoid the holiday rush! Framtag a picture is the only aure way to preserve llg beauty. They also make nice holiday presents. We carry a compiet« line of picture frame molding. THE ,wiJi* LAHARPE FIRMTURE STORE * iOn« t» «ur city Uvea comfortable this „ ^ .MARTI.\. PROP * . - ^ ^ wlntw,., If. you rind a fatnlly In ne »Hl repbrt to tbe romiulltet*. Mr*. M«)b:a Johnson, who has been vlalUng J: C. Johnson and family, returned yesterday to her hoiue In Union town. t -I'SlMi Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Lyons returned to Bums yesterday. JIIss Lola Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith, and Wlllard BIbens, of north of town, were married Sunday at the Oiamood church. Both young people are well known in the ' vicinity of LaHarpe and have many ftlendk mbo extend them heartiest con sratulctloiis. They will live on a farm northeast of town. { ,The foot ball game -which was to have been this week between LaHarpe and Bhie Mound, will not be played nntU one -day next Week. JOr, and Mrs. ChaHes Vestal aiid son, •w*n> "have suffered' an atuck of scarlet fever, were taken out of quarantine y«iesterda:y. '—^Bring your poultry to J. A. Bro-wn and get the highest cash price. : "Everything sold well at the G. W. Smith sale the first of the week. .Mr, of stock to the Kansas City markets yesterday^r .Miss Lntie Barker played the piano at the Elite theatre ih lola yesterday, acting as .Miss Ruble's substitute.' Mrs. F. .\. Hartzog. who suffered a stroke of paralysis Monday Is reiHirttni about the same but still in a critical conditiou.' I Mrs. .S. A Pettit is boliling a 'quilting hoe today. She served her guests to an elaborate dinner at high noon. THAIX CUTS CAR IN TWAIN. Wellingtun Man H UH Narrow Escape From A trident. THE Dtrs DOINGS iiT ens 6in [***.^ *********** *^ MEETINtl OF W. C. T. !'. HELD FBI- IIAT AJTERNtlON. PoUtlrN Still the Dominant Topic of CuDversatlttu In Spite of Part That Election U Over. GAS CITY. NOV 13—The W. C T I', will n ««M 't Friday afternoon at 2 oclot-k with .Mrs. Dean on .North McRae stnt't Subjwt. "Individual Re- Wellington. Kas.. .Nov 12—W. A. I sjionsibillty '• All tuembers are urged Kleinsteib«>r. in an K. M. F. motor car,; to attend. * * * * 4 * * * iji * ***************** * * * * M I* * * * * * * TRY ONE OF THOSE COFFEE BARGAINS at t ARLi: ITUNTERS TWO POINDS 451'. Eight Kansas Towns Join In a Protest Oter the Situation. K.nnsas City. .Nov 12— .An organized movement by the mayors and city attorneys of every city in Kansas and Missouri, with the exce|itinn of Kans.'i.-; 'ity. that i.-^ sii |i |ilieti l»y tlie Kansa.s '.'atural Gas Coiiipaiiy or its Ifjcal or- •ani/aticiis, 10 hriiip before the Kan•as Public Service Comiuissiou. Fed- rai Ju<Ige John C. Pollock of Kansas ind the Supreme Court of MtK.<ouri the ack of gas an<l tlie raisins of rates witli a view t«'j forcing the company to compromise, was launched at the lotel Baltimore yesterday afternoon vhen mayors from eight Kan.sas and Missouri cities and five city attorneys net for that purpose. met Santa Fe passenger train No. 117 head on at irosalhK thre«« miles northeast 01° iMwn this morning and tieing uiinlile to gel out of the way .O.HI III. (lie car and watched the train go by The eiiKtne chlpi>ed off .Mr. Klein- siclber's tar's radiator .two fonders, the hood and a front wheol. but left the rest of the machine and the driver Intact .Mr Klelnafelber Mt within a few feet of the nicing engine and train *«*****»*********l*"'« *"''»•' *•«» all over. Vie Kot back to town and made arrange uwMtts for the removal of his damaged cur The engineer didn't know be had lieen so near an accident. A high he«lge at the approach of the track keeps the rttad user from seeing trains from the north, and Kleln- steiber was in the train's path before *«******«**«*»*** * . * THANIiS4;iVING * » * * POSTAL CARDS I at F. A. CookMy's Drog Store IjiHarpe, Kana. A big lot Ir eaek. Aaother banrh S for Sc. ***************** Smith and family will leave this week for their new home near Kat.v, Texas Mrs. Ruth Ashley U assisting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ford In the restaurant work .Miss Grace Griffith, who was calle<l to Kincaid on account of the death of her mother, returned yesterday and resumed her work today as teacher In the east brick. C. W. Smith ship])ed a car of cattle to Kansas City yesterday. Don Nesbitt. who has been suffering from typhoid fever at the home of bis brother. Fred Nesbitt. was able to return to his home at Colony yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Huber have gone to Gaiesburg. Illinois, to make their home. —Cabbage $1.15 per hundred pounds at J. A. Brown's. B. E. Sells, commercial agent for the Missouri Pacific, was calling on Agent Hurlock yesterday. Mrs. J. 'U Pltte and family arrived yesterday from Scott City to join Mr. Pitts and make LaHarpe their home. •* They have purchased the Rhoads prop * erty on North Main street. * Ix>gan Lei/ts and Guy Dowler have * gone ta Moran to work. * Ted Peniand abipjted two cars of * hay to Kansas City today. * Ben Myers of Gas was assisting in * the Parkburst grocery yesterday. * Mr. A. llartle.v, who has been expect * ed this week, came in yesterday after* noon from Argonia. * C W. Frledley made a business trip * tjt Garnett yesterday. C. E. Pennington shipped two cars Mrs.Tl. S. perry is visiting in South ern Indiana. .Mr. Ahdersuii. of Ft. Scott was in town yexterday. Mr. and .Mrs. A. J Moke are inov- tiig to lut|i to I H > near Mr. Hoke's work. 11. R. Aubrey of Oklahoma, la visiting his sisters. Mrs. C W. Hackett and Mr.>«. E E. Wright .Mrs. C. k Pitts ot Bronsou Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. t). L. I'itta. today enronte to her new jiome in Pueblo. The teachers will nun at ihe high school tomorrow evening to discuss the state teachers meeting at Topeka. Oavc Cook came in yesterda.v from Johnson county. Missouri, having been called here .by the illness of his six-year-old son. " Miss Maude Williams returned to he knew it. He believed the best .Nevada yesterday after a visit with thing to do was to butt the ircn hor»e with his machine and he guessed riglit. IF THE PAPER BOY FAILS TO deliver your paper, call 18 and we will send you a paper by a special carrle» the same evening. Suits Made to Your Measure. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. We have moved from 113 West Madison to 109 West Street. GUS mNNICH 109 West St. Tailor her sister Mrs. Blome. C. V. Scrugim is moving his pool hall to the building the second door north of the bank. The hii9i school fotft ball boys and town T)oys are clashing this afternoon on the grounds north of the school house. Riley Qregg is reported about the same today. Another dance has been announce for the LaHarpe opera house Friday night Someone remorked that politics would die after the fifth but 'i l» still the dominant subject on the streets. Mrs. Gordanier of Rose Hill is reported dangerously III of typhoid fev- he Gas City foot ball boys will ens were uiilnij In marriage at Dia- iiioiid church Sunt'.. ;- al.ernoou. No\ 10 Tiio ceremony was performed b\ R« V Gordon of l/>ne Elm The wed- dinr was a complete surprise to tit" filthds of Ihe coiipbv Mrs. Bilteiih In leaching the Centi-r Valley . HC I UMI I and will continue diiriug the rest ot Ihe term. Dr. Fors.vthe. who has been ill o( typhoid fever spent Saturday evening ni Norricks. .Mr, Charley tJregory SIH-UI Sunday :ii Hronsoii with his sous Mr, Byerly and family spent Sunday at A. McAdams" near Colony Don't forget Sunday school at Way- .iH at ten o'clm-k. Mrs. Pearl McCallen and family spent Sunday at Charley Harvey's. Tom Ijimunyon and family s|H>nt Sunday at Harvey Snyder's. A.fP. Riggs and family sprnt Sunday at Will Warren's west of Briyard. Robert Booth and family spent Sun day at Lemnel Cooks. Clarence Mauk and family visited Sunday at W. .M. Cut birth's. Fa>' I^nu and family sp<>nt Sunday ht Charley Dawson's ReiMjrt of Center Valley school for month ending .Nov. 8. 112: Total nuiu her enrolled 39. Average dally attendance 37.2. .Number not absent 22 not tardy 37; neither tardy nor absent-22. Visitors 9. .Neither absent nor tardy: Edna Cutbinh. 5layme Byerly. Marion McCallen. Pearl .Nor- rlck. Hulda Norrlck, Joe Peterson^ Bessie Rlgga. Helen Peterson. Jessie RIggs, Orvllie Riggs, Glenn Stafford Ruby Stafford, Blanche Cox. Edna Garrison, Tlieddore Cutbirth. Glenn Trimble. Frank Garrison. Ray Lantz play the farmer boys of near La-Ipoldie Worth, Mable Stafford. Guy Harpe Saturday on the home groundq^^arrison. Arnold Peterson and Haiel B K. S-lls of Ft. Scott was here! Booth. LOl-A i. BIBENS. Teacher [ves'-rday. ' ' • —Joseph McCaffrey, Vice Pres. for Nebr. Grceters of American, Omaha states: "1'cheerfully recommend Foley's Honey * Tar Compound as •i)re cnr> for coughs and colds. liaV^ lised it myself, and have recom l^nJfad it to others w«jo have since told me of itfl great curative power in dtSMie of the throat and lungs." Bur fllfE Drug Store. BAYARD. (Hulda Norrlck). Nov. 12—Ed Stafford and family s|ient Sunday at DicU Russell's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson and Mr. Norrick went to lola Saturday on business. Several from this vicinity attended church at Mildred Sunday night. Miss Lola Smith aiid Mr. Will Blb- ESI'APES PAYING IMH.L TAX. Residents of (Hies of the Fln>t Class Exempt by IMW. There will I M - no collection of poll; lax in I'arsoiis. according to a decision renderiHl by the Supreme Court The court didn't just »uy that I'ar- tmn.i could nut collect poll tax, Imi ii did s;iy that cities of the lirst class had no right to (-ol !e<-t imll tax from their citizens and Parsons Is a city of .he llrsl class. This decision was hand • d down in a case that went to the SupYitiie Court from llulchinsun. where an "Anti-l'oll Tax Leugue" was urganized to light the colltH-liou of (toll lax in that city, and the leugui' won when ii carried the case lo the .Supreme (\turt. -Parsons Sun lUCTlONEBRI A. D. CaiUaa GeneralFarm Sales: Livestock a specialty. SatlsfacUon guaranteed. Address, Carlyle. Kaa. IRA B. FRANTZ THB MnroMBTRiaT Bxehrahr* nttia* ~ AtHnuui'a Jawalv Stan Declare War on Colds. A crusade of education .which alma; "that common colds may become tmr common within the next generatioii" has been I begun by prominent New York physicianji. Here Is a list of! the don'ts whicli the doctors say vUl • prevent the annual visitation of tha cold: "Don't sit In a draughty car." "Don't sleep in hot rooms.". "Don't avoid the fresh air." "Don't stuff yourself at mealtime. Overeating reduces your retlstanea." To which we would add ^-^whea yoa take a cold 'get rid of it as quickly ac possible. To accomplish that you will titid Cliaroberiaiu'a Cough R «8M4r most exceU«'nt. Sold by all deatart. IF THE P APER BOY KAILS TO deliver your paper, vail IS and wa will send you a iutp«r by u apeclal.oarriar the H .iiue nventug -A Lout Ad to Uie RacbiUr ristglt. - - j— n -i-L- .aiaMiiw C _l„Hki thw rminiM. nitfc T IT - A— T* 1-— J -t— • at |M> officB withth«•»p ham,, .mnnrtU»«» oiyoift. •^F^rW S^^dUfoTtor,. cWki-s. cWHr i>i~ mnd oU-r m.cimuw EStPSMSB ttmti. aai wrnirn xoor ckoic* of ttcM l3a *m boob: 9AJM' <L«Tte illustrations in the annoamwmentsfromdaj todar.). ,i ^ This dictionary is NOT published oy the on^^jm- J| WiEMTE«IAN l>ih*" urae cx ( Tke SSkOO It is cxictty the s: ZTZ , lie »4.«> book. _ £i(A?oN««v till'^r/T; 1-55=: ('cites j'l'j^ jBaaiM.af Tbe $2.00 Is in plsia elolh fej. ttampcd. ia. MCTIONAKY 2lib« cot- li:Mtna«« ore A>y B«* W MA 22«Ednfor P*.tas« L ^^a>afl «»oaW<afli«aaamrty

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