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THE WACO NF. WS TRIBUNE. BEH 10'', i Fast Greenville Backs Crush Corsicana Tigers 13 Banquet Tonight For Baylor Bears James V. Allred, Governor-Elect, Present, the Baylor Chamber of Commerce Tonight Will Tribute Members of the Football Squad at the Roosevelt Hotel Navarro Bengals Badly Outplayed In Quarter-Final Vandy Announces prison Choice Howard (Jelly 137-Pound Halfback, Is Sensation in the I Offensive With V. Allred, governor-elect of Texas-.

flying to th GREKNVIUJ: Dec. 14 Howard McClain, 137-pound halfbark starting his first game of season ripped through the strong Waco in order to be present, the Bavlor Chamber of Com- nrmoa'" forward i to provide Oreenville Lions with i 0 victory merce will honor the football team and the coaches at its annual banquet in the crystal ballroom of the Roosevelt hotel Saturday evening at 7:16 In addition to the principal address to be made by Mr. red short talks will also be Ann Scott; Thomas VOHR. Dec 14 an derhllt university Morrison, head football coach st McClain, southern Methndlvt university, ss coai at Vanderbilt, I Idon Stevenson of Nashville, tenn, president nf the southern university's association, announced tonight Stevenson Morrison, who has led Southern Methodist to football has not accepted the an derl ilt ffer. he added, think we will hear def Initelv from him within three or four Stevenson made the announcement al a meeting of the Vanderbilt alumni In New York.

Life Sentence Of ConnalK Death Accomplice Cut bv Governor )f aro SenatorTonr the by Joe Jack Pearce and Warren Weathers, football captains. Coaches rley Jennings and Barton Koch, George Belew. president of the association, who will introduce the senior members of the squad. Music for the banquet will be furnished by the Varsitonians, Those to Attend (Charged With Burglary Three Negroes Are Arraigned Be fore Justice of Peace Allen The following will attend: Hon. ajid Mrs.

James V. Allred; Stone Wells of Pallas former Baylor athlete and representative-elect from county, who will be toastmaster Mr and Mrs or ley Mr and George Belew. Kun. Pat M. Neff.

Harry Bivens Nanette Ullrich; Raymond Buchanan, Elizabeth Charlie Burke, Sulie Marye Hudson; Tom Carruthers. Gary McCall James Sallie King Foster Coleman. Kathleen 1 Allen Crenshaw. Barbara M'-tris. Pennie Frisby.

Erma Phillips Hulen Hall Virginia i New ton. India Oaughev Bill Heatley, Sara Frances ('ondy Nichols, fibbs; W. W. Henslee. Eddie Hogan; Brian Hooks, Oeraldine Kidgeway.

Bubba Jones, Alice Moberly; Dan McGlasson. Lauree VM'racken Shuford McDonald, Klmse Walker. Raymond McDean, Frances John Manning. Inez Carlton; Bob Masters Martha Bollinger, Joe Jack Pearce, Mary Katherine Moor. Austin Peay, Frances Moore; John D.

Reynolds. Mildred Blake, Lloyd Russell, Mary Younger Maurice Sanderson Mary Katherine Adams; Wendell Simpson. Bette Davis; Aubrey Stringer. Janet Townsend; Thorn ton, Thelma Smith, Warren Weathers, eta Rector Hugh Wilfong Barbara Bradberrv John Bobbie 1 -ee Salter Farl Wray. Mavme Gregory Zimmerman, Theo Alford Ken Clark Mary Katherine Spencer; Bill Howell, Martha Crosby; Jimmie Howell.

Lov McCord Billie Johnson, Mary Brown Marshall Jones, Margaret Tucker, G. Kirklin. Nelle Sheperd; l.amb, iris Patterson Howard Nancy extra point Darden; Ralph Lee, Margaret Helen in a quarter-final game of the Texas Interscholastic league Smothered Touted Tigers McClain's superb ball-carrying behind perfect blocking, plus some trojan work on the part of the scrapping line, smothered the Moses Hubert, Delmar Brown and touted Tigers. Lert Marshall, the William Robinson, negroes, were all-state quarterback of the state charged tl burglary betore Justice Allen l-Tiday morning in from Clain to most of the ball-carrying, jtwo farmers about eight miles west The Corsicana crew could muster of Waco on the McGregor road. The but four first downs, one in each trio and two other negroes, who period.

are being questioned, were arrested Greenville tallied early when Mar- by Sheriff B. Mobley and Depu- shail fired a pass from the Corsicana ties R. Brownlow and Jess Stan- 21-yard stripe to Hinton and They allegedly stole between Mary Katherine Moncrief; Bill Daniels, Ann Adine Held; Flavy Davis. Josephine May; Dawson, Princess Louise Markham; George championship crew accounted for tice 1 nt Friday Denton, Jeane Wilson; Buddy Good- several long gains, but assigned Me-1 connection with theft of oats wm Connie Shuler, John Green, Margaret Higgs; Curtis Hankamer, Bertie Burnett; William Harmon. phries interfered with the receiver, placing the ball on the two-yard line Easter bucked over left tackle for the touchdown and Hemsell on the List Xllen Anthony Helen Torrance: George Banks Muriel Terry.

Abe Johnson, Gordon McDonald. Eloise Brooks; Connailv McKay, Glee McCrary; R. G. lielms. Ortez Wren; W.

Meredith. Jim Ann Boggess; John Nabors, Dorothy Darden; Horace Nash Jane Baucum; Cal Ixmtse Davenport; Norma Weatherby; Halbert Nutt, Virginia Barnett; Hawthorne Phillips Lucille Stringer; James Piperi, Frances Bennett; Cove Ramay, Frances Chance; Vernon Rayford, Vonnabeth Harrell; Kertnit Pruitt. Bonnve I xju McCarley; William Rodgers. Ruth Billington; Neal Rose Dorothy Dean; Byron Scarborough, Mollie Johnson; Truitt Smith Eugenia Nash; Duke Thames, Mrs. Kuth Thames; Bill Trippit, Mary Van Jones: John F.

Wallace, Betty Brvan Rogers; Oscar Weatherby, Jane Brazelton; Weathered, Charlotte Jones; Don Whittenburg, McPherson; Worth Wood. Marv Bradford. Brooks Smith Leah Middlebrook: Dr. and Mrs W. L.

Crosthwait; Dr. F. Connally; Dr. J. T.

Harrington. John Jolley, Ixmise Ricks; Denver Roberts. Elaine Cross; Jim Weatherby, Ma a Brockenbrough; A. W. Norton.

Herbert Reynolds, Bill Barnett. Frank Wilson. Dorothy Ann Tucker. Starts One-Man Drive Marshall started a one-man drive in the second period from midfield and slashed down to the seven-yard line McClain rushed over left tackle for the second touchdown and Hem sell kick was had Early in the third period Marshall bulleted a 16- yard pass to Hemsell for the third marker. Hemsell added the point.

The Tigers failed to threaten, both their running and passing attack collapsing before a staunch Greenville defense They completed but one pass of 10 Harshaw. tackle, was the outstanding lineman while Beane and Hemsell. Greenville tackles, played sparkling games. Former Athlete Dead ST. PETERSBURG, Dec.

14 Dr. Harry R. Shanlev, 45. prominent local dentist and former big league baseball player, died suddenly in a hospital early today from heart disease Dr plaved with the Denver Bears Boston Braves and Detroit Tigers before and after graduating from Columbia university dental college in 1917. Survivors include a sister.

Mrs. Madeline Green. Grandberry, Texas. 3 and 400 bushels of oats on sev- eral occasions omen to Assist In Toy Chest Campaign Groups Mill Help Mrs. Bertha Anderson With Toy Repairs Mrs A Hooks president of City Federation of Missions, has for two women from each of the following churches to stay at Toy Chest headquarters next week, at the request of Mrs Bertha Anderson Monday morning, Columbus Avenue Baptiet; Monday afternoon Seventh and James Baptist; Tuesday morning.

Herring Avenue Methodist Tuesday afternoon. Central Presbyterian; Wednesday morning. First Baptist; Wednesday afternoon, Grier Memorial; Thursday morning. Wesley Methodist; Thursday after- i noon. First Presbyterian; Friday morning.

Calvary Baptist Friday afternoon. St Methodist; Saturday mot nine. First Methodist; A. B. Babe) Laurence Will Be Freed From Penitentiary on July 1.

FORT WORTH Dec 14 B. tBabei Lawrence, whose life sentence was commuted by Gover- nor Ferguson so that he will freed July I 19'w as convicted here in a robbery case in which one I officer was shot to death He aiwi was charged at Phoenix, Ariz in a case in which another officer was killed Brother Admitted Slaying Babe brother Bill I ad mitted both killings and was hanged at Phoenix for the killing there of Policeman Haze Burch when Burch tried to arrest the two brothers or. the morning of February 5 1925. Bill rence also took the blame for the killing of Deputy Sheriff Joe Morgan of Muskogee, Ok a southwest of Fort Worth June 16. The day after the killing of Burch at Phoenix, the Lawrence brothers were arrested 10 miles distant from that citv.

Tried In Fort Worth Babe l.awrenee was tried in Fort Worth on the charge of robbing Deputy Sheriff John Barger. Muskogee, who with Morgan was returning the Lawrence brothers to Oklahoma to face a car theft charge Four jurors in that case voted for the death penalty on the first ballot. The testimony in that trial was to the effect that the two Oklahoma Officers were riding in the front seat and the Lawrence brother on the back seat. Bill Lawrence grabbed Morgan pistol and killed him. Barger was then tied to a tree while the two prisoners fled in the officers car.

of the ger.ei ager, and board of director Waco Chamber of Commer luncheon at the Roosevelt day noon. Including other tendance was State Sena Poage and lohn Norr's of the state water board of engineers Speakers st the luncheon outlined various projects in which Waco is interested, all of them con femplattng federal government aid i At the conclusion of the various outlines Senator Connally discussed the possibilities of succeMB obtaining federal funds for the projects and outlined methods and vry steps In approaching the various government agencies with whom the I Wacoans would deal President A Baker Duncan of the Waco chamber presided si man- I of the itel Fri- tn at or Bob hairman Thirty Thousand Per Cent Profit Made by I)u Pont Munitions Men I hile lii 11 I 1 er Manpow er to ilr Mexicans Cash In On I one Star Drought Hundreds of of orn Shipped to meric an onsumers rust, tredo imr of Mexic A meri cord for ed tO lays of ssed the the Difference in Opinion da' 'n th istrie Former Assistant To State Official Dead lerry Randolph. Once In Office, AUSTIN Dec. 14 (UP Robert Jerry Randolph, tonner assistant attorney general and former assistant secretary of state, died early today at his home here. The funeral will be at Madisonville tomorrow afternoon He is survived by his widow two children Mrs William Biggio of Marshall and R.

Randolph of Austin; two sisters, Mrs Sam Carrington and Mrs. Lemman Compton, San Angelo; two brothers, B. Randolph of Madisonville and P. G. Randolph.

Huntsville No One Injured In I hree Auto Crashes I rackiips of l.ight Nature Here on Friday Afternoon in opinion bf Du Ponts and war board their profita ahould he." Harris rej.lied "Wasn this the most criticai je- riod of war so far as the United States was coneerned "1 don know whether it was the most criticai period. but it certamly was A warning that over war profits might endanger America ni event of another conflict was ection would be 'otte dity hr eei caivi fee ted bv imported i of the ared the 2.000 ceded another drougl large vo urne sounded fended his cone charge that he tant profits. du Pont, who de- against the Id out for exorbi- Only Took 1 igbt "We only took build the plant took eight vears to he audite.I bv eight months to he said, it for our vouchers government offi- Returns From Funeral Threp auto crashes were reported Friday, but one was injured A sedan, driven by Elmer Lippard of route four, Waco, collided with an auto which Mrs Roy Ger- W. 4. Kline, Robinson Rond, man.

Parrott avenue was dnv- Attends for Mother mK at Twenty-fifth and Colcord yesterday afternoon. An auto driven bv J. Talley, gro, 1427 South Second street, ran W. Kline, 2318 Robinson road, returned Friday from White Pigeon, Mich where funeral services for his mother. Mrs.

Christine Kline, were held Monday. Mrs Kline was Saturday afternoon, St. Paul Epis- 90 years old at the time of her death, copal. Two grandchildren live in Waco: thev are Maude Moncrief and Tabernacle Orchestra Ruth Kime The Kime family hm lived at White Pigeon for Hit Will Play in Mt. Calm Adam Kline, father of .1 Kline, died several years ago.

Outlines Plan To Prevent Waste Of Gas in Panhandle Inequitable Market Conditions ould Be Corrected. Amarillo Man Tells Tax Body AUSTIN, Dec 14. Plans for a legislative campaign to secure nactment of a ratable taking law to prevent gns wastage in the field outlined todav by car for New York, he said Ftanlev Marsh of Amarillo, an inde-j In are Winthrop tn tmm Aldrich, chairman of the board of pendent 'o a senate tax djrectorB of chase National bank; committee I kelson Rockefeller, nephew of Inequitable market conditions rich and son of John D. Rockefeller which forced independent producers 11 D. CamptMBll.

president of 1 the bank, P. J. Abbott, vice presi- Chase Bank Officials To Visit Fort orth Financial leaders Hill Dallas Sunday for Sew 1 orli DAI.LAS Dec 14 (U.R>-Of finals of tbs Chsse National bank, bera on a tour of the southwest, will drive I to Fort Worth for a short visit to, morrow, a secretary with the party said today Tn Fort Worth the secretary the group will meet with bankers and others who have busi ness dealings with the Chase Na tional in New York. The secretary said it was uncer- i tain the exact time the group would make the automobile trip The bankers will Jeave Dallas Sunday on their Work Is Started On Dredging For Deep Water Port 40 Leave Here Saturday Morning to Enter Program About forty young people from the Tabernacle Baptist church, who are members of their orchestra and junior chorus, will leave Waco Satur- day afternoon on a special bus for Jinfj grott will argue with de Mt. aim.

where they will give a fpt)m K()rf Bankers Will Debate Warn AIR Team to Meet Dallas Group on Saturday Evening Waco AIB debaters, John Potts complete program of music that night. They will appear in that city in the Calvary Baptist program starting shout m. The bus will lesve Waco about 5 30 p. and ss soon as it arrives in Mt. Calm, they will give a short program from it over the omer Bishop and Gus Bowman, at 7 Wnrnh'' I Saturday night at the Hotel 1 Raleigh.

The Wscoans will take the negative of the question. Resolved That the county, township and city governmental systems in the United States are wasteful and should be I 0 snuTi prUKriiiii irum 11 uv rr uic Brownsville a Hopes of a public address system wWch the groups will use in their evening per- 1 IA formarne. Thev are directed by Quarterly Income lJUe Half Century Realized dent, Dr. J. Anderson Jr eco nomist A McCain, vice president; Jacoby, Chicago, correspondent.

Stories of Free Food Send Flock Of Idle to Line to establish plants to strip gasoline from the natural gas would be corrected. Marsh said, by enactment of the proposed bill to allocate the available market for light and fuel among producers. He said Senator Clint Smsll of Amarillo and others were preparing the bill, which would give ihe Texas railroad commission authority to fix prices for producers. The proposed bill, he explained, would empower the railroad commission to prohibit the popping into the air of approximately 1 000 000.000 cubic feet of the gas Marsh warned that a flat rate tax llnndrcds in Search of likely would drive all but pipe lines 1 1 out of business Groceries Congest Me- Alester, Oklahoma, Relief Stations Me ALESTER Okla. Dec.

14-UP) New of free food spread like wildfire along mysterious grapevine networks to Pittsburg county's ployed today, attracting additional hundreds in search of grocery orders and relief work. Meanwhile, the lack of proper blanks and difficulties in registra- Rev. Oughlin Tagged Radio Preacher Is (barged Traffic Law Violations With DETOIT. Dec Rev. Charles of the Shrine of the Little Flower, today had two traffic to appear in court at FerndaJe Monday to answer charges of speeding and operating a car without a He posted bond ot $1j today which 1 the throng which will be accepted as a tine it he does not appear in court.

Father Coughlin said he was hurrmg to keep an appointment. The speeding ticket charged Ml miles and hour on a 35-mile highway. I pholds Deportation Flan for Ex-Officers Thu Allegedly In Border Kidnaping Plot Vet Held ill Jail I Dec, 14 OPi Two former officers whom Mexican authorities sought to extradite for allegedly kidnaping Puis pur ported narcotic law violator, from across the Rio Grande, learned to- day thev must remain in jail until Hit stale department acts on their case Decision Kiistamed Paii! Klldav ot San Antonio, coun- ael for Ed Villarreal and Thomas Hernandez, advised them the United circuit court ot at New Orleans had sustained the decision of Federal Judge M. tierlv 111 their case In a Laredo hearing, Kennerly last May ordered the two men held for deportation to Mexico, subject to dors of the state department at Washington. Formerly as oustuble illareal formerly was a constable sud Thomas Hernandez a traffic of- ficer here.

They were charged with participation in the abduction of Lopez, who assertedly was forced to cross the Rio Grande last Jan. 20 in a bathtub and was turned over to the custody of United officers After remaifiing in jail here eral months, Lopez was taken to San Antonio and convicted of violating narcotic camped in the district courtroom overnight delayed distribution of $5 grocery orders. Senator-Elect P. Hill that the food requisitions, underwritten bv Governor-Elect Marland, would be ready late today. Meanwhile, the crowd of about swelled to more than a thousand word spread that the destitute miners' demand for food would be met by Me A tester merchants upon the pledge of Marland to submit a bill lor repayment to the next legislature.

WT Dredge Enters the Pass BROWNSVILLE. Dec. 14. more than half a century Brownsville has had visions of be coming a deep water port and, today. this city on the southern tip of saw turning to reality Dredge Starts to Work The huge dredge passed through Brszos-Santiago pass and prepared to start work on a 16-mife channel to bring deep sea shipping from the Gulf of Mexico to ville.

Victory in long campaign for a seaport celebrated todav by Mayor R. Rentfro and Z. A. Rosenthal member of the navigation district commission, visiting the dredge at the hesd of a Brownsville delegation. Capt.

C. D. Scarborough greeted then). Contract for Dredging The Brownsville port project is financed by a 12.694,000 loan from the public administration. The contract for the channel dredging has been awarded to the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Dredging company.

About 17.000.000 cubic yarda of earth will be moved, at a total cost approximating $1,460.000, The is owned by the Standard Dredging company, bid as a sub-contractor with the A. G- and P. The a dredge similar to the will arrive in January to help with the work. Vernon Moore They have appeared for the Down Town Bible class and will fill invitations to any place in the city, free of charge, says Moore. Shrine Benefit Dance Covernment Saturdav Those Following Part Tsyment minded of the Time Time for final payment of income Slated for Saturday taxes for those paying on a quarterly I basis of calendar year due to the col- Third of Series Sponsored by Karem lector of internal revenue will be Tstrol Is Announced Saturday New- regulations ing income tax payment are The third of a series of dsnces ed.

but have not yet been received sponsored by Karem patrol will be by agents of the government or tax held Saturday night at ft at consultants in The new plan Shrine club crystal ballroom. The permits a deduction from ordinary dance will take the form of a income the excess of capital losses Shrine benefit affair, proceeds of over gains to the extent of $2000. will go toward maintenance There 1 a new ruling regarding de- of Shrine charity hospitals preciation deducations. accordi to Music will be furnished by Kerry a Upleger. accountant, and tnere King and his orchestra of many relative to earned into an Oldstnobile owned by J.

W. Morgan of 2hl0 Sanger avenue and driven by his daughter at Eighteenth and Austin Two collided at Seventh and Franklin Ttie drivers whose were not learned, w'ent their after agreeing upon settlement. Soviet Consulate At New York Picketed of lismiirrary' by Man Who Bombed Stork Market F.W YORK. Dec. 14 HP) by Eugene Darnell, the Boston lawyer and Harvard graduate who placed a tear gas bomb in the New York stock exchange in the summer of 1933, eight representatives of the of Democracy" picketed the soviet consulate todav with placards denouncing the Russian government.

Daniell served -tf' days on Welfare island for the stock exchange incident. The demonstration ended without disturbance and with the singing of the Star Spangled Banner ifHiHVir OIL rUNT Mov kd LAS CRUCES. M. OJ.Ri Operations of one of the world's two ichthyic oil extraction plants have been moved from Ysleta to Burnet, Texas, where It will be enlarged for commercial production, Dr J. Odd Hamilton announced here The second known deposit of ichthyic oil is located near Burnet The other is in the Tyroll district of Austria.

We had all th expense, we have been held up to ridicule as if we were trying to rob the United and have been subjected to don't know how many investigations all of which means more expense If somebodv is offered a contract for war construction, they might hesitate to accept it when they think of what we went through Pierre du mt told the committee he talked to Haker had always regarded myself an American he 1 talked to Mr Baker Then I discovered we were regarded as a species of Chest Colds Don't let them get a hold. Fight them quickly. Creomulsion 7 In one Powerful but harmless Pleaaant to take. No Your own druggist authorized to refund your money on the If your cough or coid 1 not relieved by ev, Calif, has figured that the 140 tons of sardines caught there the first two and one-half months of the fishing season, if placed end to etui, would girdle the three times MOROLINE SNOW WMITf PETROLEUM JCUY WHY PAY MORE TER iCONOMY IN THE 10 rr And EM-rr non MISSOURI With MOSEL BARRYMORB FRANCHOT TOS Dallas The public is invited. Execu tive committee in charge of arrangements for the affair included F.

Hellmuth. chairman; R. C. co-chairman. Dahse, June Holderman, Julius Geneeov, J.

B. Dugger; floor committee, J. B. Dugger, chairman, Walter Seale, Homer Easley, Lawson, Lemuel Fickling. Pfaeffle; advertising chairman, W.

D. Baker. B. Burch; check room. L.

Taylor, chairman, Vick, cold drinks, Morris Wood, chairman, C. B. C. L. Mansell.

A H. Reed; tickets. B. Walsh, chairman, A. B.

Alexander. C. Cobb, Charles Miller Mainly About People Burglars Use Auto To Push in Door Of Store They Robbed Dec 14. Burglars. like plumbers, sometimes forget their But two robbers who left their at home last night didn't bother to go back after it.

Instead thev drove their car up to a grocery entrance until the bumper touched the door, put the machine in low' gear and on the gas The door opened. The burglars helped to five fruit and 20 of backed the car awav and went on about their business. Ml MMIFIEII PVC KOI Sll LUSK, Wyo. 'UP1 A mummified pygmy, believed by to be a progenitor of the present human race, was exhibited in recently. The mummy is owned by Homer F.

Sherrill, of Crawford, and has baffled scientists in various parts of Ihe country where it has been sent for classification. It was unearthed in a cave on a slope of one of the Peaks of Pedro mountain, near Casper, Wyo. Nelson Is Convicted Cordell, Salesman Is Sentenced ta Life NEWPORT. Dec. 14 jury this afternoon convicted Buford Nelson, Cordell, insurance salesman of murder in connection w-ith the drowning of is wife near here Oct.

10, and fixed his punishment st life imprisonment. The accused Nelson of having caused his drowning in order to collect $nhio insurance on her life, and asked the jury for the death penalty. The defense was that Nelson's drowning when she fell out of a boat while gigging fish on White river. Pressing Claims For Damage by Mexicans Depredations on South Texas Ranges May Be Settled Shortly WASHINGTON. Dec.

Sheppard of Texas learned from the Mexican commission today that efforts to adjust old involving alleged Mexican depredations on south Texas cattle ranches were being pressed with newed vigor. Bert L. Hunt, agent for the United States, told the senator he was trying to get information from many of the fiOO-odd claims ready for presentation in one memorial, or one case. Hunt referred to the failure of a esse several yesrs ago. The have been based on the illegal theft or killing of cattle by Mexicans in Texas between July 4.

186k, and the end of Hunt as id perhaps 4500 claimants were involved in the cases and all have been asked to prove their American nationality and their proportionate interest in the claims. Hr Avenue Camp Fire girls arrived at the Toy Chest, 1017 Austin avenue, Friday afternoon in answer to the chest call for to dress dolls and other wise prepsre toys for distribution The eonditlon of T. H. Down, Baylor student, who was through the body Thursday night at his home, 1301 South Eighth was reported al Providence sanitarium Friday night as improved Pritchett, manager the Mill and Elevator attention to an error in the News-Tribune some time ago, in which it was announced that the Burrus Mill Doughboys would plav at special WACO radio event in W'aco Pritchett ssid the Doughboys did not play that are of interest. GOT ELK WITHOUT SHOOTING JACKSON.

One big game hunter killed his elk this yesr without firing shot. Standing in a store the man saw a wounded elk take refuge In a clump of trees on the side of a hill that inside the city Tossing a $5 bill on the counter the man bought a hunting license. Armed with a knife he walked up the hill and a time later came back with the dead elk. DANCE SHADOWLAND Regain Your Health 1 HHOl THE 1 1 Iw en I tears rrsrtlrs la mem LEMLT land! Esst USI NED DOOR er STORAGE aaS Household Goods Texas Fireproof Storage Oa ns South Uth tt BlrY 10UR Oasoline, Kerosene and Lubricating Oil From The Master Refining Co. SOt Peach East Waca "Get It Better" It's Low Price and High Quality Coffee You Want Try A toffee That Pleases AU.

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