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PAGE FOXJK. THJB DAILY COURIER CONNBLLSVILLE, PA J CTCSDAi MARCH b K !r (Emirtrr. P SNT0EK, Foander and Editor IS'S-I COMPANY, 3r and Treasurer Business Manager , JOITs L. GAVS Manifflnr Editor WALTETt S City Editor JtfJSSLTVNBB Society "pdHor MEMBER OF Associated Press A*dtt Bureau ot'Clrculatlon, Associated Dailies. Two cents per copv 50c per- month 15 jwr year by mail it paid in advance Entered as second claa^ matter t tne tCBS»AT ETFXJOG/XAR. 5, IMS. The C*«*ter** 4erv!*e FI* fc TTILLIAM 1* SHERMAN Hospital Unit L. 0 S 4. Fort McJPfaerion Atlanta Ga. , RALPH F SLIGl^R Company H 318th I n f a n t r y CJ S N A Camp Lee Petersburg "\ a. .1 the ordering- out ot U few firing squads at tU^break will do much to put ttie fea? ol the Lniied States into the hearts of hundreds -\k Chousauds ot tho dislova 1 and avowed enemies m this country who are on!y waiting an opportunity to berve the evil purposes of Germans The endurance of our people is fast Hearing the limit It will certainly pass beyond the limit if the cxireruL penalty of the rmhtarv law is exacted m the case of the condemned sold'crs and the lives of other boys at the front aad our chances of winning: the s"ar continue to be endangered bj the aupmene^a and spinelessness of those to w horn - is commuted the thit"\ of curbing tbe activities of the treachci ous and traitorous at home rBOYFI THFLB X PTL1-, · 'TheTe has ne\cr been a moments doubt in the minds of \ernr cms as to the manner m which oui soldiers would meet anj test to which sen ice on the fields ot Prance migiit "subject ·them* They ha~ve faced + bc worst the cneraj can do and t\a.\e gloriously proved the r mettle sijs thp Pitts burg Dispatch Attacked bj the shock uoops o£ I1ie Kaiser his most desperate ind dangerous flguters aid ed by gas attacks and all tbe tricks o r wai leained m over thice ears or conflict the untried American soldiers btood fast fighting Cunouslj until the raidm^'Hanovenans were routed and driven sc irrrtng back to their dugouts undet a withering blaat o£ American fire The meagre official account cannot minimize the effect of tin*, news eithei in_ America 01 hi Germany H must enthuse Americans as much as it must depress Gei-mans who fia\e been told b their junker leaders that Ajneri- cans were to be desplaed is fighters SomeJilng of uic feeling that must T-eporloftheact,%lties 1 n f e °"*TMTM Kthe *'" .^"'T ,^,,~A., r ^ he i as t * nen he founrt himself outfought b s the nation, of shopkeepers must be , " Th» Aspect a ted Frees Is ex eluslvely ·ntltled to the use for rspublJi^t'on of all ne^s dii patches creiftod to It or not others is B CreXirted in this j ap*.- arcl also the local re wo publ slicil herein ,, TAGS. - VMT la his i o* the Farm Bureau "durin, year, Farm Agent Doughertj drew at or 17 per cent make ai$ attempt to engage m that mduatrj That onH so small a percentage of farmers given or are giving any attention io| iaM]sncs one of the most important t ranches , j , a r ( , wlth , u raethiimcal i n g e n u ' military an 1 p.acc lo-vlni; nation could be disregarded as d fighting power All historj disproves tiiat as the un (beaten lecord of the united States es- it comes to modern ot the live stock mdustrv finds jts ex planatiopm the statement of the faim "'pp'^'tha!" \menca agent that 60 per cent of the farmers , cad( , r m mccliatuc , having Xarms- adapted tP sheep rSis- 1 ck ing are"*;iitnlg to ntfsetsheej if ttiei "were given, protection from the dog nuisance" This has been further confirmed b the reports individual farmers from Germans to the worlds 'l^TOt be as as adaptu^ m mastering the operations of ^var ^ e max not be so habltuallr regimented b cast iron discipline* as the 'Undertaken in the Name of Humanity"--Von ttertling. _ Bj German conscnpts bu' w o have instead an intuitive inspiration to team By Walt Miaon FOUR TEUIS AGO. Four ·%earfc apo the n a n o p o smiled no aword h u d ftn"Ue*d to bi^cd them so taint, t h f e j - were i Itlle child seem ed competent t lead jhem dreit »a.iltMl thel- pat no thought fed thf lartoua Section of the- country made W Q r k wllJcll , s far sUpenor jntelli- at the annual meeting of the Faim genl l n i t a u c mu st alw ivs tip the bal- Bureau c* Saturday iff the effect that ance against mere automatism how- ptacticaUy nothing has been done b^ ever Prussianized The Amei Jean sol- the constables of the count% toward| d i e r raan to man IS the more alert, ,..,, _ enforcing the provisions of the n e w i t h e m0re resourceful Deeausc here in work for the mor-i dog law This law was framed %vithj l h l s air oE freedom thc individual hab j ^their^ei^iTn °' t*e specific object in view of afford the r i g Q t an d the room to CTO* «n- lotld turmoil of h«*flnp or ing protection to the sheep raising in-, aampeie rt h\ thc btunung processes But o; dustr^ through requiring do.; owners ' t iat begin and end with \erboten It to procure z, license and then see t h a t j ,, t hi=i conviction confirmed and One Cent « Word. No advertise menu for L«s» Than 15 Cent*. CJaasJflru columns daae «t Yiooa. Advertisement* of want*, ·*!«*, received aJter that hour will not aor^caj- until th* day folio-wine. T h e chil lionts and h td f Borrow tl f i r i sir n t n ind jroat*! ind planned business Mo«?t kins 1 ' oh t r i e d WAMED -- \ O L U HEN DINT s H A U U L . I ISO tf I i NT--1 OL 11 TtO JVI H u l bl unl ^ \s Inqti n 1 sst t A\r their dogs are kept confined sflch Jinms as "would present them I from molestmg \i\e stock Constables "Were authorized uader the lavr to v cr dog without a license on \ tag b* the demonstration north of loul that inspires the national faith in the inunciollitT of our aims and the ultimate triumph of our ilrpRmlntr m a u d l i n rlreim of Elor\ j.1! l a n d ' an I crowns I B I k n o w thc U P r\ stor madman d r o a m p d '. , n « t oti PI u n i n c v s i r uri i tt h court, drier FCP on thr* job and norous \on-C re^oundmtf throuph rent, and shaken arrf , God 'orsaken Four thr wo Id still tl r t h f W A N T E D - OOK mild l O d c c tCd C t H \ M U 1 K H L S I A U I ' V \ r i n in t Lnv. One thing we must do is save food and one particular lund of food we mut save js flour We are now facing a. flour famine and it is predicted ny representatives of the United States Food Administration that within a short time this country v,\\l be out of flour entirely The supply is getting lower even' da-v Tbe recent ruling lequinng persons buvmg flour to buy an, equal amount of some substitute is being en- torced bv all good Io\al merchants and the fellow who is not enforcing it is taking a great chance o£ being put out of business We have heard complaints from people of standing about this ruling the unfairness of it etc H is not unfair it is not unreasonable--it is absolutely necessary and j o u maj as well accustom yourself to using flour substitutes because the real flour famine is coming Le 11 n to eat bran bread oat meal bread, con' bread rice bread There ?ie mam combinations that make good bread We are having demonstrations at our plants over the entire region dailv tearhing our people how to use ibese substitute foods and h a \ p had re- Inarkable success The foreign people are al- iight the take to this oiriei iheerfulh The flour situation is critical people that are critifis- ng do not kno^v the conditions evidently- and it js time to take uarnmg Help win the war 63 Large Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. and work in The provisions of the aw arc adc^ -y quate to deal TV th the dog problem r iu« through presenting the running at' ^ e %l1 large of worthless curs which of aul^Vr - ~ _ - t .... T divers'and sundrj breeds and crosses'to assume the atiitufle of respectful j u n t i ] of breeds have the greates propen aUe ^Vo3in C ^rT.H^ns^T" . fn^T sity £01 killing sheep Without an' msr enforcement of these provisions the. Th , Lt fur robber looked a bit fuxzy law 13 worthless just as is any other from the ^t-m 3aw irhjch is permitted to bpcome i n - j ----· ~~" ODeratne Tlie residents nlonpr one of our prom. . i n f i i t thoroughfare- a-.e had a. fair Aside fiom all considerations o p lhej^ i ( . % s O f t h r cond t 01 " of he w s t t e r mecess ty to increase the i loduction, u Kins w h i u loamim? four break of meat and wool farmers -«ho may for anv reason desue uo ^ngage 10 sheep raisins have the right* to de- farmers mow ed he I" harvests in vaiiey » hpr/ cannon baJJ" lear up t h e road and bit *red a r m i f ^ rall \nrf thej d ha-'ve lauffbcd w i t h ^ i l l j ^^orn had itn one forMiartcil thit all t h r l r \- 1 L! 1! H Mix 1 J ISfH til I D -- I J f M i U k cook u U ^ I ) [ [ f T SI \ I N ROOM i^l ^f "lc i [ _ t ,, K i.nl IT 11 d r \ i T r ^ r ar 1 ^ 1 0 n ] -0 r 11 ima.r l cod TOR Rr-N^--j-roNT ct tires ON ·recon t l o i " of D u n n ^ E \ a n ^ b u i l d m u J n q i i i r o of ilAJU T L^U^^ ( Sjan tM w i t h i n ot ~ j feet. farms w o u l d POOR he torn and iti!ni d w i t h blood and blasted SHI r n u p t n u r , banners he unfurled, the rup of w r a t h he tasted still mu«t t h ^ man h nod of the w o r l d be t h r o w n a w a j intl ua? **d re safe from marim**n f j ade «afe bv Btcrn e n t l o i \ n r are bca en down f o r e \ r r W A N T I II--4t.( OM w r i t e ( a l l » 1! 1 SS W M o u n I KIM in 1 O R 1 J N T N T f Fl \ r*oin« f r l i f f h t h tifl n \ r n i « * n c » s J I a L PI n* ISHt D 1 K e e p i n g ^11 j W \ N T ! - D -- L M * ) I It N' for Kent riJ hoi. ^\v i K ( Ccda a.\ enuc tf ei d i M W \ N T I I i -- G I E U h o u s e w o r k \ p p l v I f L S 10? 3Ia-i" ti CL-M J^ VI - I \VANTfc.D--TC MISS JFAN HURST H \ t P D P E S b F H I k c v b o i r d t p r w r i n o u n c e ^ to heT tride 1 thai n h _ w i l l be m « n t h h \cldrt 1 r ( f r ^ I 1- V. RI C POH S M t , -- M G H T ROOM IIOl SF Mo Icrn N rth Scotulalc *- C \ R 1 b U N ScotldalO Ijt I _ f » j b 9 t cod* FOP S A I ! ~ l i I " MOD!- I FOPI [\ C-or»l conditio 5 0 to c j u l k J U \ e r Addrrss L, t I JJ J D i w « o ; T^ nerf on Wedne^da T hit" and S-uurd».\ of each -\\eck bj appo n t m e n t . I: veninp:' mand! the protection the new dog- taw provides Tbe -.ounti commissioners have issued positne mstn ctions to the constables upon this matter but the farmers who are m a ] osthop to know the results report mat him dreds of unlicensed clogs ate running at largo all over the countn So Jong as this condition prevails t h r e viiH b ab«;olnt*ly nt incentne for faimers taking up sheep raisin£""-aMid few if *nT» mil make the attempt. --,, t mm A CT.ntalnc5 to a l i e u t e n a n t ^olOTiclri w i t h i n a fM* m o n t h " 11 a rapid rftf if r n v o u n f f nrm ollicer b u t ct th** Kind to bp o x p f c ed troin one h i l l i n g from Coi nelH\ Hie I OT - A l I - - T M ! I ATI- S A I t ^ I l A Mar f t t a n i d n ( n l o h n M o n c t \ ( n u p t n q u ro M f fa / j n \ l t u S B'-ll Thoit i 1 ri State ti*t t nion ow " m a r l f Order it here tailored ei;elusi\fli ou and made the v iy vou want \ i d o n t l onU make high class (fa-menta for Tl c miple s r u p maKon if1 f\Q t h i t t v h m cornea do\\ n must I^a Clnmna, £09 Fittsburg' street Lon Ll«-u cm up thus i*- thp sap n n \ \ a down n r l l a \ I l l o Pit, EOfcbtf h_ iriro of h-vnip soars up^ LTC! {-r:--=--^r:--=r= : ~'^^= ,. I n q u i r e M \STHR " e ' * O railroad M F ' V M M S It\ mn\ msr 1 001 car«= out of the \ trd on Sunda\ th* B a i t morp S, Ol 10 vh w ed it^ belief in t c Triage lha he toi the d v the better the deed TTHE3C THXTCDUT ^ I f I^B of* tTic w a t e r l«r for the bomp uij ha*; tiken upon h i n i ^ M f a new ! b-ut it present \ o r y useful f u n c t i o n Althoogh reabzins uc ^ia\ity of the offense trhen commdttei in pres ence ot the enemj the American peo pie do not hellcve that the ^entence of death, irill be inflicted upon thoie four American soldiers who wen? caught asleep irtiile on sentrv dmv m the first lin* trenches in France it i* expected that discipline must and *wjtl be maintained in the Armf in France but in fiew of the laxit of the civ si authorities at home In dealing with spies, traitors and incendaiies the patnotie and loyal Amerca is aic not of the temper or mood to ippro\ e as E'ecea^ary so seTere a penal j as dea u for the tired and nerve worn bovsj irho, under neir and untried condi tJons, xfimporarilj- ^are waj to ufle dc ' of outraged nature reconertion of the inferuon of gtres a more intimate- touch ·with that gr«at soul than t le stoi\ of his pardon of % countr bo* M ho overcome by hard duty and ans nours was found ajsteep on * sentrv post In our day we do not expect a counterpart of Lincoln 4mt Ye do look for those having the authority to sa~the words that Trill seal the fate of Ihc Tht foar ^diers to show his rnljgrhtcncd 1 "" The otile of costs for n^ulting- the Flag: m C u n n p l l T v l l l G J l k e other prices Edgar A. Guest WANTJ- D--WORK J*\ thrpc t^air-s i.nd tc in 4 , w o r r f i n K ho""* 10 " J n q i n r * I H A R P Y !· VRM \ ande*-hil i 3 i " n i x e \l TO CO In pa^ Ca. »-w - n n n \ i PAS ' tv. i 191" \fdxv. ell Oe 110 ^ i l H r - K n p-ht 1U e l ^ H M i t c h e l l i K p pa 1 perfect r o n d f t on one i fiiTQr P'Xipr? W H df I J ( Tn S ale PI M?AH The Store that insists on fitting then Shoes cor-ectlv Particular people like our Shoe 5 : The* re nleis d w j t b cu~ "tvlc seleuion and our methods in fitting \ FA.MILY SHOE bTORC with Better Shoes--Petier \ a l u e s - I c i l e r Semce--foi t u t c i a ome-s batisf action Call and sec some new SLoe« _, i A m e e t i n K r of the stockholders o' Lho Connell-i tilt Foundn Ms-chtne t W A N T F D -- H I N C ^ttel Castings Companj -v\ill he h f l d at thp office of tJip comp^n\ n f on nflllMllle on "^uesOij Mirfh 19 191S at 2 00 o clock P M f n r th^ purpose of electing directors ind t r a r n c c i n p ·luch other butin«^u an m a j i r o n c r l j come beforr the n ottlng- If \ B \R T E N S I A G F R Secretarj ,6feb3L tuei w a n t s sene-al house'* rl If l H U n d r \ i all M J S 1 u F A I ' S" boi 166 I- IHO rin., NO T3TF r 4TKF'r! FF ith i H i 1 W Howard if r e t u r n P I S H O F S R 1 - S T A L K \ \ T oma.rU* A4MimlMtr«tor*i* M nSTATK OP ELI7ABI-TH It. late of the ( H of ConneHM !J L i I oT Favette and Stat*- o' T *.nn i ' · oC i d m l n i ^ t r a t i ^ n d b n C U T on thc abo\c named e'Jldte ha\ Infs been to the u n d e r n g n c d notice is THtLR n e \ c r look in o the s \ *-ee \, patch o cloud g:o hi hat u c SCTH t see his h a n d In grce iu · \ \ a \ i n to the land In breakin tJ rou n h thc «, trkeat cloud We 'ind Jus happv cTnile an proud S c m c w h it. w t aa t ui bo j up there ·^ -\ n Hi-, C o u n t r y in the air The old fun h urn t seemed the same Since u n t o h i m thc s u m m o n s came X" u h c i i hf made 1 Is Lholce an "aid H r) per e lil- cf u n i r v o\ trhsAd \ i I-^K t h e ddii^v.1 * ot he «k\ to I op Uld f lf»r\ floatin hi c h M ncl i. Ions t h r o u R h h s m o t h e r wept \n hours w e n t h% afoVt. I slep Fiiere w h e r e h ^ -oui hid been for hereby *n\*n to all persons Indebted to said estate to make Immediate payment and to those having claims against the sam^ to present them proper!j authenticated for settlement r V M F S L COCHRAN Administrator d b n c t u Connellsii ille J*i II C M VI Attoi nej 20jjLn6 tucS e b i i V o n d the mountain, peaks i h i m -itand j ipht her? in g-azo w e r e dom noHada\q i n e ^^^ A* if i p bought 11 ^^ ^ " l l1 " 0 of " h a l he tho-ie who, with -no Intent to comm t { H , ct " uea t kr u that some da-v he a wrong act were overcome bj ph-v | U u u t d sail the eiKle-= lonely sea aical infirmities, t , J If tbto dlBposmoc ot th.,r cases^be «^^o' ua r\oy i" ^1^^ * not made there is going to arise a de-j v. e wondor if it knows hi. name mand so vigoroas and Insistent that it will reach, th«* ears and impel do action tho^e civil authorities who n?ed to be disctplined for the no less Crave offense of being found asleep Jn (he toun-i of justice The question "wUpn are we to he^r of efiectue pun- Ishmpn't hemg meted out m the d* ·twer* of munitions plants or other enemies caught red-hand d tn trea- MB*bIe JictMtif^ ajtra1n»t ths United Thp ff^^r*i of thr Imrafdiate lf ·»«"« our vie* it Wt, fancj c \ e r \ breeze il \ Brlte ua A nieiwapp of \\ -. SV e n c \ t r look Into the sk Or see t pjtch o chud so in Bui w e c^n -*ec lib/ o u t h f 1 1 ( \Va.\iu i CTseLtn to the Uiid T i t "Uv his k n o w n him a.n j{ O hlu hi« often kl'wed tu 'i \ n '-lAndln hero we b r ? u h To God to cuard our bo\ u p i lei I room h t u \ \ l l l least ot \ ea.r-1 ier D -- \ G O t ) s \ e Sou li ^ \ by i lit, j A Vdd ef s t e ^ \ N T L O - S \ LI V \ N T on f i r r r \ 1 -indt r^iind f i c i r c of vtock \\ II p v J ) ) AT OVCE OPrRATOR THE OPFICI ·WVNTGD -- M I N E R S are ·itutiyins' for e\in) H itt ins co the beyt mi ing: in a Vu the]) li\\V Scottdilp l a Price 5- ^ book oul Usliec] filin J A M ^ S WAllD B l e b 4 4 t Notli 1 S T A T T Ok \V7LLARDH B VRM S late c f the ci j f Conncllsville C o u n t s of Fai"tte and St^ite of P e n n s y l v a n i a I etters i C Ltlmlnistratton c t a on the abo\ e named estate hai inp- been granted, o the undersigTied not t,e is hereb* en en t o a!] p*r«ons indebied to «5iid e s t a t e to make i m m e d i a t e pay t n p n t md to those hai ins: c l i i r n s apainot the '(amc to present them properb H u t h e n t l c a t e d for s p t t l f t n e n r J V M F S T COCHR^^ A d m i n f s r a t o r ConnelJ5\llle "Pa H G M \T tuctr ·^ VNTCD--rxri an \f LD i ^su pr ind s i c r o k r t p h e r ft i dep rt e-i Lore Stake s il r\ ml d nd ^i eferenco ^riiJ { i 1 t i t i o i i J n T\ n him) rilUik Vddress \ L i ( it ei 14 Farms 26 Acres Coal C- t a C Attorney Thnrtrr o(l i r \ w«*d tn Th* brlnp r»5ulti n*tJi Courier Tr t h a m \OTICF IS HH.REB) GIM\ THAT an nu ic i ion w i l l be made to t h e G o i t r n o r f Pennt? U i n l a on the B t h day ot March 191S at LO o clock \ M bj E. r Doorlej George L Jirren and Thomes R Francis under t h e \.c of As^embl\ entt led An \ct to pro ^ i d e for the incorporation antf cRuta lion oC cer aln corporati jng ipprrucc, \ p r l l * th A T? Ix7-f tncl thf turjtlf ments t iprelt f i t h « ^ hirtf r in ir tend d corjn r t n ti 1 c tiillf ! l«l\\ ( H ) f » MM t. ( 'M I \^s ^ til ti ti n in i I jc t f \v h is i u r 1 ^-,1 !,, h sin., I 1 I UK u I l f \ t I ( u ., u ds t u I t t itiid M HI u il ui 1 t In 1 t, n I i r n,, f r mart ct A i £ *. II : « i -i if ti i n r in, it il * 11 i I t f J i b r l i du j it i 1 i It H v r o d i i L r I h i t u i l n !ii i v ' Tii foi- su h I 11 I »""· t» ! M , --^dt aud oiuuj ill l J ^ h t w I f ""I- md prtvilBRAs of t l i ^ -. ud \ct f x-^spfi bl and the cuf n l e m o r l*. T.IH! ^m«'iirim''ntN tner^to I K I R K - *ETN NFR Solinttor Second \ f t f l o i l a t K«.nJ \v VNT rrj--ub l o i L 11 i t t e if ! SI ri 1)0 pn ^et fc. ret.cii ^ died I i ; M \ / P R H S 1 I f U i phia fa I U si kc t ) H I 1 M | J f f»0 tn * p irLO no--! i n 1 j s ·· urn m t i l I £ SI cu Th la \c\ $ m n r 3 " 2 I n 01 i i \ \ laborers Tor r ^ c u i i \ o U \ i da^ t me and o r h T l f f o i o e r t t c ifakc tn' 1 )!*' hour* \i | VPH! 5 - ^TM r O N S T R L O T ( "s C u M P V \ \ OI- " - H N S S^L\ \ M V C r r e n urt Pa »f»1 t f d WANT1 D - \ \ - \ KIM") DT PI t In^- whether u i^ i rillirip card 5 i- bill or the fn eit e (,1 i ed \ \ i _ d i i j. n \ H u i o n or 111 nunc^m i \\ i ir i n t h m s -- e ^ e r y t injr -de t pronr-tlj nd do t riprht CiH tne man a J J I r O U R I E f i office Both f hones "- if l FOR SALE S t n t H K \ \ f l O M V s t ^r- r ind h nnni JlO i^" *S 10ft 1 ·* u i e inii 1 room hotis^ 4 (Wfl rros anrt -4 room hou*;* l COrt f i n e s and S mom hou«e ^ 70ft i a.cr a s and T re om ho is« J,r(WI F A R M S [ RTPS poort h o u s e and ) itb I d i n t , ^ - r SOIl J n n r r r f r u i f f i r n b u i l d Inc;': i 1 ,ood 1 500 1*5 "irrr T r u firm bu Id i n p s ill proon -, -;H| "50 f f i r n iiul b n l d nfffa I "joo 50 arrr f i r m hood bu Id i F- J5OO ( i I J t r j wnd "ruit »)! ic re M el! i-iprovd fiirni " soft 1 i acr icld on brick ron 1 1 WW 1 O A l M I M IN OPKRA MO r t i et, il m i n e i i oc--atiuii i t U L 1 i lie f n i u i % \( Wil f o I s in \ n t t iTjn i t The House of No Dust Dust and dirt have no more place in the well-kept house than old fashioned plumbing or heating methods. Let your home be known as "The House of No Dust.'" One of the up-to-date vacuum cleaners from our big- stock will do it -An electric vacuum cleaner is easy to use -- never gets out of order and cleans thoroughly and quickly with least exertion on your part. Ask your neighbor how she likes her vacuum cleaner and she'll tell you that she can clean floors, rugs, carpets, furniture more economically, and with less labor than in any other way. We have the most serviceable, tested makes constantly in stock. Why not arrange for trial -- at our ex- I Ol for St:: I 1 \ i 1 1 i M'- FOB R E S T -- O N I i r StR'iBTl'' tnr*» room f o r m o r U r c r u p l o c t In \I(*nn i ^urphv Inijulre F^.OKE\C^ SMDT7 A. E. Wagoner Co. pense YEAR-TO-PAY. West Perm Power

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