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NEWS NOTES OF
Two Tornadoes Wreck
Many Towns in Kansas
Tells Method Used to
Italian Settlers Arrive to
Cure Cigarette Smokers HOUSE STANDS
WITH PRESIDENT I
Settle In Catlow Valley
Salem, Or. Superintendent Halo,
Topeka, Kan.—A score of small
the State Industrial School, is re
bouses were blown down, Mrs. Charles
reiving lettore written by persons seek
Van Ruskitk and her baby were prob
Raker- -First of a large colony of will be between 50 and 75 come from ing it cure for tho smoking habit.
ably fatally injured as the result of Italians who are to settle the Catlow Chicago in June to join them
Since Mr. Hale announced that tbs nl
The settlers expect to take home
two tornadoes that swept across tbe valley passed through Baker this week
trato of silver treatment ba<l cured nu
steads there and will send for their
town of Frederick, in Rice county,
on the Sumpter Valley railroad en wives and families as soon as they merous inmates of the institution ho
route to Southeastern Oregon, where have established homes.
The party line been almost inundated with cor
Wires are down and details of the they intend to colonise a big district will go by train to Prairie City and respondence from victims of the weed,
storm were meager.
A letter has been received from a 220 Democrats Support Measure
adjoining the lands owned by Bill there will combine their outfits, con
Chicago has voted $5000 with which
sisting of old-fashioned prairie schoon broker of Louisville, Ky. Tho man,
to build a public dancing hall.
of Administration Hill \uu
agency com- ’ ers, and travel overland by way of although a member of a local stock ex
county, said a heavy wind storm un Spokane immigration
(¡oes To Senate.
Heavy rains have flooded the Ken*
prised the party, and as many mon« Burna and from Burns south for 70 change ami having eonnectluiis with a
tucky river and several towns are roofed many small buildings there and will leave Chicago soon for the same miles, skirting the Skene mountains New York exchange, admits that he is
injured several persons.
The storm, point.
until they come to their destination in a victim of tho cigarette habit, nml
The homestead seekers said there Southern Harney county.
that l<e has tried numerous so called
Washington, D. C.—Ths house of
The California state board of health
cures without success. Another letter representatives, after one of the moat
declares a new baby is born every 12 ton and Rice counties, came from the
was from a resident of British Colum spectacular legislative struggles In the
minutes in that state.
southwest and was accompanied by
bin, and another from a farmer of
Georgia. Mr. Halo answers all letters history of the nation, voted to repeal
Tbe Massachusetts legislature by a heavy rain and hail. At Great Bend
and gives tho prescription which has tho provision of the Panama Canal act
large majority refuses to place a ban
exempting American vessels from tho
been round efficacious at tho school,
Manhattan and Junction City
on the tango and similar dances.
•‘Ost physician has discovered,” said payment of tolls. The vote on the re-
each reported a precipitation of one
A mob of 500 strikers and sympa inch, with a heavy wind.
tho superintendent, "that in moat cases l>eal was 247 to 161, a majority of 86
"Now Is the time to spray for the ; between the two surfaces of the loaf, uno fourth of 1 per cent solution used votes In support of the personal plea
thisers attacked a train crew on the
The storms came 15 minutes apart.
Pennsylvania road, but the police res The first struck the town at 5:15 green currant worm,” says A. L. Lo i These eggs hatch Into small green as a mouth wash before meals is suffi of President Wilson.
worms with a black head much too eient. At first a much srtongsr sulu
This verdict on tho Issue, which has
o'clock, destroying the south end of vett, crop pest expert at the Oregon j large for the body. These worms food tion was used at tho school.”
congress for weeks, camo at
Officials ’of Oregon City, Or., are
the close of a stirring day, made mem
considering the prohibition of swear Buskirk and her young child were in ! sects are busy In the field at thia time and gooseberry. They mature In late New York legislature
orable In the annals of tho house by a
ing on the streets or in public places jured. The Van Buskirk home was depositing eggs In the leaves. If l«>ud May, occurring at this time as velvety
party division which found Speaker
in that city.
Clark, Majority Mader Underwood
demolished, much livestock was killed, ' ture the young worms will devour pol- length. The mature worms spin small
A bucket brigade formed by boys scores of small buildings were swept I son with their first meal. In this way brown capsule-llke cocoons In the pol
and other Democratic chieftains lined
from a nearby school saved tbe resi away and telegraph and telephone I later injury by the mature worms may len leaves and trash at the surface of nnd boldness of lobbyists around tho up in opposition to the President on
be minimised. Where unchecked the i the ground. A second generation of state capitol evoked protests Haturday an Issue which the latter had declared
dence of Mrs. Wild at Arleta, Or., poles were blown down.
worms often strip the leaves of the adults emerge In a few days and de-
from destruction by fire.
Hardly had the residents of Fred currant and gooseberry bushes at ' posit eggs for a summer generation of from several members of tho legislature. vital to his conduct of the nation's
One assemblyman made a speech do foreign policy.
A Baltimore & Ohio baggageman erick emerged from their cyclone cel about the time the fruit Is ripening. ' worms.
The bill now goes to the senate,
"Spray the foliage with lead arsen- nouncing especially tho “church lob
was killed and a railroad detective lars when the second tornado came. The advantage of spraying early is ap-
seriously wounded in a gun fight with It traveled higher than the first one i parent. It takes less poison to kill the I ate at the rate of one pound of arsen byists, who work openly on tho floor.” where the fight will be renewed with
and its principal damage was in un small worms, and discoloring the ma ate to fifteen gallons of water. (If A man whom he accused of being such all of the vigor and determination
a hobo, who then committed suicide.
ture fruit with a later spray may be powdered arsenate Is used dilute 1-30.)
that attended It in the lower house.
roofing houses and barns.
Newspaper correspondents say the
This solution should bo applied as a lobbioat immediately loft the chant
On the final vote 220 Democrats in
The day bad been clear and cool. avoided.
Mexican federáis could have complete
"The adult currant worm is a
the house stood by the President, giv.
The sky became overcast late in the
ly routed the rebels at Torreon had
fly—Dlphoduus appendtculatus. Har-
Later tho speaker of tho assembly ing him In “ungrudging measure**
afternoon, the breeze died down and
j tig. The female sowfly deposits eggs treated."
they followed up their first advantage.
directed tho aorgoant-at arms to eject what he had asked "for the honor of
hot, sultry weather prevailed.
from tho chamber anyone attempting Io the nation'* In its foreign relations.
Premier Asquith, after resigning sky took on a greenish yellow cast.
lobby, and all not officially connected
from the English house of commons, Then in tbe southwest a black funnel-
with tho assembly were forbidden to Twenty-five Republicans and two Pro
Regin Fig Campaigns enter the well where tho members sit. gressives also voted to sustain the
has accepted the war secretaryship as shaped cloud quickly formed
At the beginning of the session of President.
an aid to tbe solution of the Ulster first roar of the storm everyone ran
University of Oregon, Eugene — tho senate the roar of the chamber was
for cyclone cellars.
Portland—"There Is no legal duty Twelve Oregon cities are pioneering so crowded with lobbyists nnd persons Speaker Clark and Mader Underwood
prevented loss of life.
Secretary of Commerce Redfield,
resting upon the taxpayers to pay ln the ,pring anti-fly campaign, A inti-rested in pending legi.lnt ion that | to defeat. ________________
speaking at Seattle, declares Western Cornea of Pig's Eye
taxes prior to August 31, and there la fresh city writes for instructions to rules were adopted forbidding the pres
once of all except members.
Von Believed Dead for
congressmen abuse the Wilson admin
’ no default until September 1,“ Circuit
istration when at has done untold good
37 Years Finds Family
j Judge CleetoH ruled Thursday tn the
almost every day, but in the original Southern Pacific Suffers
to the Northwest.
Baltimore—Sight has been given to j case brought by Attorney Roger Sin-
New York—Captain Albert Well
twelve the campaigns have been ar
Big Decrease in Revenue man,
A noted Minnesota educator asserts the left eye of Davis Kane, 9-months- , nott, president of the Portland Tax-
who fought under Osman Pasha
' payers' association, in which he asked
the Monroe doctrine as a large and
Han Francisco — For tho eight in the Turkish Russian war and was
Salem, Portland, Roseburg, Forest months ended February 38, 1914, the count«d among the dead at the battle
He says it
for an order restraining County Treas
would be well if Huerta and Villa ing of the cornea of a pig’s eye to the urer Lewis from collecting penalties Grove, La Grande, Pendleton, Med Hou (hern Pacific Company showed a of Plevna in 1877, was reunited Wed
should succeed in swallowing each child's eyeball, according to a state against persons who have paid one- ford, Eugene, Monmouth,
Astoria, decrease In gross revenue of $3.201.- nesday to hie wife, who had left their
ment of physicians at a hospital here.
127 and a decrease In tho revenue in home in Cairo for England and event
Tests, they assert, have brought out
excess of operating expenses and taxes ually for this country, after receiving
The university now has ready for "f $t
While a legal fight is in progress this fact without a doubt. When tbe
Though in the suit filed by Mr. Sin
a<, orillng to official
the news that her husband had been
over streetcar fares in Toledo. O., bandage was removed, it was said nott an injunction was asked restrain distribution 10,000 bulletins. These statements.
During the same period there was killed.
passengers who refuse to pay more that tbe child followed the course of a ling Treasurer Lewis from the collet- bulletins will tell Oregon communities
Captain Wellman, instead of being
than 3 cento are allowed to ride free, lighted 'candle which was moved in . tion of penalties only against those how to proceed in tlv campaigns. an Increase In operating expenses of
■lead, was among the prisoners taken
the company refusing to accept the front of him.
Another test that 1 who have paid one half of their taxes Meanwhile, Dr. Clifton F. Hodge, pro- $493.663, an Increase In taxes of $811,-
When he was re
957. and an Increase tn total expenses by the Russians.
brings out the fact more clearly is before April
1, Jiblgn Cleet on went fel,’or of •oeial biology, who is orig and taxes of $1,305,820,
leased he could find no trace of his
that tbe child now winks his eyelid if
___ 2 2 2_„2 2_-r___ 2___ 22 —.
For the single month of February, wife or son.
The administrator of the estate of
After making a long
provisions of the 1913 law which re- ing
directions to Eastern Oregon
1914, as against the corresponding search for them he settled in Mon
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, founder of a finger or a small object is waved quire collection of penalties on any towns.
month In 1913, the decrease tn gross
Christian Science, turned over to the
Women’s organizations are common revenue above operating expenses and treal, where he built up a largo furni
The disease from which he has been ! taxes unpaid after April 1, unless the
trustees of the ehurch $2,590.630, and
ture manufacturing business. Recent
a sufferer since he fwas three weeks
taxes was $464.810. while tho Increase
paid an inheritance tax of $118,582.
Tbe time of delinquency, Judge Immediately the organization tries to
In taxes » m $77,879, and the increase ly he received word from hie wife's
old is known as staphytoma of tbe Cleeton held, is September 1.
A Hindu professor arrested in Cali cornea. The operation was performed
enlist the city officials.
Appointment In all expenses, including taxes, was relatives that she was living in Brook
fornia as an undesirable alien, declares
lyn and he soon sought her out.
Monday and tbe cornea of tbe pig's
he holds the same views as Secretary
is expected to see that places where j
Roseburg Drafts Ordinance
resembles the human cornea than that
Be of Aid to Sportsmen flies breed are cleaned and kept clean, Pennsylvania Railroad to
is next sought.
In Roseburg the
Superintendent Hale, of the Oregon of any other animal.
To Search All Suitcases
Pendleton—“ We do not want to | women’s auxiliary of the Commercial
Decrease Employes 25, (MH)
Industrial school, is being deluged with
hoard the money of the state fish and club is leading the fight.
Or.—In the event that an
letters inquiring for his new cure for Danish Senate Rejects
Philadelphia—It was said nt the!
introduced at a recent
game fund, but we do want to spend
The bulletin will contain specifica offices of th«« Pennsylvania ltallr«Mid ordinance,
Peace Treaiy it in Such a manner that every sports tions for the easily made and inexpens Company Haturday that the policy of- meeting of the city council, becomes a
Queen Eleanore, of Bulgaria, is to
Copenhagen, Denmark — The Dan man in the state will feel that he has ive fly trap that has been such a fac retrenchment and economy put Into! law. any person carrying a suspicious-
make a special study of Americans and
their institutions during her coming ish senate failed to ratify the new ob obtained value received for what he tor in making campaigns elsewhere a effect In the cloning months of last looking suitcase may be halted by an
yenr would he continued until the'
visit to this country.
ligatory arbitration treaty with the has contributed, ” said Chairman Bil success. Use of traps early in the fly number of employes on Its lines cant ■ officer and searched
whether he is In possession of liquor.
President Wilson sees nothing wrong United States. The old treaty expired yeu in outlining the poliey of the com-
of Pittsburg nnd Erie, Pa., had been I The ordinance was introduced, it is
will frequently catch all the early
in the speech of Ambassador Page in March 30.
mission to the sportsmen of Umatilla pairs in a small neighborhood, if prop reduced from 142,000 to 117,000. The said, for the purpose of assisting the
London, to which serious objection was
company confirmed reports that the
Washington, D. C.—The refusal of county.
made by senators and others.
number of employes had nlready been officers in apprehending persons who
He explained that the work of the ,
the Danish senate to approve the Dan
lowered In tho last few months to bring liquor to Roseburg in suitcases
v” Agricultural College Force
nnd other receptacles and .distribute it
ish-American arbitration treaty great commission i*
| the sportsmen through the purchase of
ly surprised State department officials, hunting and fishing licenses nnd that
Seeking Cement Material tobor, 1913, when 142,000 men were among their friends.
although no comment was forthcoming the members of the commission were
Wheat — Track prices: Club, 926/ in advance of formal notice of the ac accountable to the sportsmen and to
College, Cor- employed, wan about the same as In Alarm for T. R. Finds
93c; bluestem, $1; fortyfold, 93c; red tion.
them alone for the expenditure of this vallis—In order to meet the increas- February. 1910, when 117,000 wore on i
No Credence at Office
Russian, 91c; valley, 93c.
ing demands for Portland cement an the payroll, nnd that the company de
That the treaty might be rejected fund.
Oats—No. 1 white, milling, $236z by the United States senate because
He «aid it was the desire of himself attempt is to be made by the bureau cided to reduce tho number of om-1 Now York—What appeared to be a^J
ployes to tho 1910 basin.
roundabout revival of the rumor that’^
23.50 per ton.
! of the consistent attitude of the sen and of the other members of the com of mines and geology to discover
The linen went of Pittsburg, it wns
Com—Whole, $33.50(§.34; cracked, ate against all general arbitration
some mishap had befallen Theodore
$34.506/35 per ton.
treaties or those which did not ex the sportsmen throughout the state to Oregon. Up to the present
Roosevelt in Brazil received no cre
the end that less money would have to |
Zlflv’hv tho retrenchment policy.
Barley — Feed, $226/ 22 50 per ton ; pressly except from compulsory arbi bo spent to hire deputy wardens and
-h" **!" ■’’PP,i*,Ich,,efly b*
dence at the colonel's offices here. A
brewing, $23(^,23.50; rolled, $25.
tration questions involving the nation more would be available to rear game i California manufacturers. Last year,
vague dispatch, purporting to come
T. R. Is “Muy Simpatico. ”
Hay—No. 1 Eastern Oregon timo- al honor, matters of state legislation birds and game fish. He expressed however, Washington successfully en-
from Peru, said that alarm was ex
ty, $18; mixed timothy, $15; alfalfa, and affecting tbe Monroe doctrine bad the belief that this would be more tered the Oregon markets with pro-
New York—“Muy Slmpntlco,” or pressed there for his safety.
$14; valley grain hay, $136/14.
I satisfactory to the sportsmen and said ducts from the cement factory at Bel- literally, "very sympa(heHc," is the i
been deemed a possibility.
Frank Harper, Colonel Roosevelt's
Millfeed—Bran, $23 per ton; shorts,
he hoped the day was not far distant lingham.
While it is thought that name by which Colonel Theodore secretary, and others who naturally
when every man in Oregon who hunts thii may chanKe the basis of compo
$25.50; middlings, $31.
would recoive first information in the
Heavy Quakes Recorded.
und fishes would be a member of some tition for th<J Ore(f„n mBnufacturer to Roosevelt has become known In the circumstances pointed out that the
Vegetables — Cauliflower, 75c (1/ $1
Washington, D. C.—Heavy earth organizat.on of •££•«•», through
It ( „„ (
indicat„ regions of South America bo nas tra whereabouts of the party, as recently
per dozen; eggplant, 30c per pound;
which he will bo able to express his ..
peppers, 35c; garlic, 12}?; sprouts, shocks were 'recorded Sunday by the views to the commission, and that ev ‘hat there is not a place n Oregon for versed on hin trip. Frank Hnrper, the reported directly by cable, indicated
106/lie; artichokes, 756/85c dozen; seismograph at the Georgetown Uni i cry nportsman in the Rtate would bn a the manufacture of Portland cement. colonel's secretary, revealed this when that telegraphic advices from the col
he landed at thia port from South
celery, $3.506/4.50 crate; hothouse versity, the disturbance starting at game warden serving without pay for
In the latest issue of The Mineral America, bringing a tortoise for the onel could hardly reach Peru at this
lettuce, 75c(S,$1.25 per box; spinach,
the good of the cause.
. Resources of Oregon, issued by the New York zoological pnrk and mate time.
The disturbance was not estimated.
90c6/$l crate; horseradish, 86/10c.
Oregon bureau of mines and geology, rial for the museum of natural his
Green Fruito—Apples, $1.6/2.50 per
„ . ,
. r ™
' results of the search for material to tory. "The natives refer to Mr. Roose
/Jo® H7nx Will Contest.
End of Slough Is Fixed.
(|Bte Bre published by H. M. Parks, velt In that way," he said. "They
St. Louis—Violent earth shocks last
box; cranberries, $126/12.50 barrel.
—“Pete Crafts’’ will con
ing one hour and 24 minutes were re
Onions—Old, per sack, $46/4.25
8t. Helens—The dispute as to where dean of the school of mines, Oregon think he Is a fine fellow."
tinue to enjoy luxuries uncommon
Potatoes—Oregon, 75c per cwt ; buy corded on the seismograph of St. Louis the Willamette Slough ends and the Agricultural College.
ing prices, 406/50c at shipping points. University Sunday night. The instru Columbia River begins at tbe lower information has already been secured
The Probate court in
Power Lifeboat Ordered.
Eggs—Fresh Oregon ranch, 19c per ment indicated that the disturbance point of Sauvles' Island, opposite here, and the fields pretty well opened for
Aberdeen, Wash.—The shipment of this city has unqualifiedly approved
occurred about 1800 miles southwest
n 36-foot power lifesaving boat to tho the will of his late master, John Chan
is apparently settled, and that by a further investigation.
Poultry—Hens, 18J6/19c; broilers, of here. Tbe tremors began at 6:46.
Grays Harbor lifesaving station at cellor Crafts, which provides a fund of 4
Washington justice. One of the fish
30c; turkeys, live, 20e;
Westport has been ordered by the llfe- $1200 a year tor the
upkeep of •
Water Plant I k Planned.
ermen, D. W. Richardson, who thought
Mexican Paper I k Closed.
Havlng bureau of tho department of “Pete.” Relatives who had been cut
choice, 25c; ducks, 17@19c; geese,
Molalla—Molalla will install a water the treasury, according to Information
he was fishing in the Willamette
Mexico City — The offices of the Slough was picked up here by the fish
„ it |B
to get receive«! here by N. P. Bryan, secre off without a cent contested the will,
alleging “undue influence.”
Butter — Creamery prints, extras, newspaper El Pais have been closed, commissioner and taken across to Ka- '
276/29c pound; cubes, 23(^24c.
At tho hearing witnesses told how
the police acting by orders of the de lama. Wash., where he was fined $50 i t'*e work done. There has never been tary of the chamber of commerce.
iii.. River In n a /'nso
case of fvnh/i
typhoid contracted here, and Th® boat I® operated on Its own power. "Pete” had presided at the head of
Pork—Fancy, ll/irlljc per pound.
partment of the interior, but no rea for fishing i..
the - Columbia
Is self righting and self balling. It
the table at “birthday parties” given
Veal—Fancy, 146/14}c per pound.
son was given. El Pais was the only the closed season. The tendency al- as the town Is growing rapidly the probably will reach here In April.
city eouncilmen are determined the
in his honor.
Hops—1912 crop, prime and choice, paper in Mexico City that did not an i ways has been to extend the slough.
city shall keep the record for health
17(®18c; 1914 contracts, 15c.
nounce that the rebels had been de
Rutter Probe Ordered.
if possible. At a special meeting bids
Audience Sits White Fire Runs.
Pelts—Dry, 10c, dry short wool, 7c; feated at Torreon. It contented itself
Samuel Hill Talks at Ashland.
Olympia, Wash. — Complaints that
were opened for drilling a well.
dry shearlings, 10c; green shearlings, with saying that the issue was in
Minneapolis—While flremen battled
Ashland—Samuel Hill, good roads
Imported New Zealand butter Is being
10c; salted sheep, 90c6/$l; spring doubt.
advocate, addressed Ashland citizens contract was awarded to P. Homig, of put out on the local markets under with a blaze In a local theater and a
at the Dreamland Theater on improved Canby. His bid was $3 a foot. Drill brands Indicating that It haa been pro street crowd witnessed their work, the
Song Heard by Wireless.
Hides—Salted hides, 13c per pound;
highways, tree planting and kindred ing is to commence immediately. It duced locally, will be Investigated at audience inside eat unmoved through
Paris — Communication by wirelss topics. His address was given under is the intention of the city to issue Seattle by Dr. H. T. Graves, acting out and witnessed the performance to
salt kip, 14e; salted calf, 19c; green
hides, lc; dry hides, 24c; dry calf, telephone between Laeken, a suburb auspices of the Civic Improvement and bonds to install a distribution plant.
commissioner of agriculture.
Such the close.
The manager announced
26c; salted bulls, 9c; green bulls, 8e. of Brussls, and the Eiffel tower was Commercial Clubs, and was Illustrated
names as "Seattle Creamery," and that while there was a small fire in the
Wool — Valley, 176/18c per pound; established Monday and the voice of a with a large number of fine stereoptl- Ferry Employes Exempt in Ruliny. "Washington Brand" are being adopt front part of the building, no dang« r
Eastern Oregon, 12(g>18c; mohair, tenor singer at Laeken could be heard
Salem—Attorney General Crawford, ed by the butter dealers, according to existed. He said those who wished
This was made
1913 clip, 27c.
has informed Labor Commissioner report.
might then leave, but no one moved.
Texas Ruys Oregon Spuds.
through a new and powerful micro
Grain Bags—In car lots, 7|c.
Hoff that men employed on the ferry
Restores Rights of Offenders.
Cattle — Prime steers, $7.506/8; phone invented by an Italian engineer.
Hood River — Hood River potatoes operating between Marshfield and the
New Altitude Mark Set.
choice, $7.30(^7.50; medium,
T^eavenworth, Kan.—Arthur Sulli
are being shipped in carload lots to East Side are not subject to the eight-
Johannexthal—The German avaitor
Ulstermen Are Attacked.
7.25; choice cows, $6.256/7; medium,
Texas points. Crawford C. I^mmon hour law. He said that the men prob van. a military prisoner horn. Is the Linnekogel established here a new
Belfast — Three uniformed Ulster and C. Claude Thompson, young ranch ably were on duty more than eight first soldier to benefit under tho War aeroplane record for height, reaching
calves, $86/9; heavy, $66/7.50; bulls, volunteers were attacked near Car ers of this city, who recently organ hours, but did not work longer than Department's now rule permitting mili an altitude of 20,564 feet.
tary offenders to be restored to serv
$5.506/6; stags, $661,7.50.
rick Hill by a crowd of Nationalists. ized the Hood River Produce Ex eight hours. The opinion is in line
ice after serving their sentences, of ious record was held by I.egsgneux who
Hogs—Light, $8(^8.75; heavy, $7 The police dispersed the attacking change, have found the demand in the with the recent decision of the Su ficials at the local military prison say. ascended 20,295 feet. Linnekogel r®- I]
party and there were no further dis Lone Star State for Northwestern preme court in the cases of the Port- Sullivan was sentenced for a misde cently made a new altitude record /
Sheep — Wethers, $5@6;
ewes, orders. One of the volunteers was in tubers. " We
T~ expect to ship In large land policemen and flremen. The ferry meanor some months ago and his sen with one passenger, reaching a height
$3.60@5; lambs, $5<g7.
1 is owned by the county.
” said Mr. Thompson.
tence expired Saturday.
of 18,060 feat.
Big Majority Favors Repeal of
Panama Canal Tolls.
Resume of World’s Important
Events Told in Brief.
Spray Now for Green
CIRCUIT JUDGE DECLARES
NEW TAX LAW INVALID