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MOKNINO KNTEltPKlalS, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1911.
By M QUAD
Copyright. Idl. bf AaaocUted Lit
. On day a trtanf wbo wm plaluly
a bis last leg etaggered Into tb vll
kmc of Scottsvlll and dropped down
In th street la front of Iba tsvern.
Ba wn carried Into tha hostelry and
doctor aant for, and In two days be
wss dealt Tha vsrdict at tha Inquest
waa tbat ba bad dJad from sickness
Whan tb coroner overhauled tha
dead wajfarer'a pocketa be found lot
r eimpi things and a ticket In a
Prussian lottery. Tbla ticket waa In
tn envelop and bad been kept clean.
It waa for a quarterly drawing
tbat would not take place for nine
weeke yet. and according to It face
It might draw a prlie of X-S-OOO. No
on In BcottsvUle bad ever seen such
ticket before, and very little waa
aid or tbonght a boat It for three or
foar da ye. or until a certain New York
drummer ram to town on one of bl
trips, n waa appealed to for Infor
mation, and bia reply waa:
.rWelU I gneaa yea. Tt boogh I
them myself, tbongb I't never bad
any lock. Why. Pv known four dif
ferent men who bar drawn fortune
In tbat lottery. It'a backed by the
Prussian government and la aa good
aa forty national banks."
The drummer created an Instant ei
citement about tbat ticket. It atarted
right In aa a main topic of converse
tlon and held the place. Then a light
nlng rod man cam along and offered
$100 cash for It. II knew three aien
who got their start In life by draw
log larre soma In tbat very tottery.
Three days later a bog drover ram
along and made an offer of t"JVk for.
the ticket According to his story,
on of toe members of the beef trnst
got hla first 11.000 from tbat very lot
tery. Then a tin peddler offered his
whole oorflt for the ticket, and the
town of Scottsville began to boxx.
Of a sodden tbe landlord of the tar
em demanded possession of the ticket,
to have and to bold until the debt to
him had been paid. A tramp had died
la his bouse. Fie bad put In a bill to
the fownsfor JS. but on thinking It
over had concluded that $100 waa llf
tl enough. Tbe coroner waa an hon
est man. but be might get drowned In
the mill pond and the ticket soaked to
The carpenter who bad mad the
Ave dollar coffin Jumped bis claim to
130 and demanded that he be protected
by baring the ticket turned over to
htm. The sexton followed inlt. The'
doctor In tbe case who bad sdmlnls
tared only on doa f medicine bad
not made out bla bill yet. but when
he did If would b for at least $TO
It was a case tbat bad bothered bim.
and be couldn't afford to. be bothered
for laaa than half a hundred.
Then cam a day when ScottavlII
waa almost a wept off Ita feet and left
gasping for breath. - Along came a Mr
Jones, a cattle and bog buyer. H u
no old sport, but be knew a good
thing when be saw It H alwaya In
Tested In tbat lottery He bad bought
tnat ticket In the city. He bad lost
It on tbe road, and a tramp bad found
It He must be banded bis property
or there would be such a row as tbat
part of the etate bad never beard of
air. jonea was a good bluffer, but
wnen it came to taking an oath he
faltered and was run out of town
men there came a deacon of tbe
church from a village a few miles
away. He came In humility and
shame, but still be came HU rltliigr
wanted a new church building, but tbe
members of tbst particular faith were
poor In purse. It bsd worried tbem.
but It worried the deacon worst of all
He bad figured every way be could,
but could see no light until be saw
in advertisement of tbat lottery. He
turned to It as s saving clause. lie
.sent money and g-t tbe ticket. It was
against hla conscience, and be told
noDoay or it. Whatever money tbe
ticket drew wns to be freely given to
th erection of tbe new rburrh This
was no doubt the true story of tbe
ticket, which bad been atolen from tbe
deacon'a bouse by tbe tramp, but bad
It been ten tlmea true it would not
have been banded over to him.
The day before th drawing, wben It
did not seem tbat th excitement coo Id
go higher without exploding some
thn.fr. th drummer snd the lightning
rod man returned Tbey bid sgalnst
each other for to ticket. Perhaps
they understood each other, but tbelr
facea war very grave aa the bidding
topped at $700. Then a bug bonfire
had to be built to relieve tbe atraln
Few alept tbat night, and next day a
pabllc purs wss made up to send a
messenger to th city for newa of th
drawing. He didn't take th ticket
with him oh. no! That would be tak
en later on by a crowd of honest and
determined men. eacb one armed to
At the end of the third day tbe'mes
engr returned. He was cheered. He
waa assisted from the stage with ten
der hands He was assisted to mount
a barrel, and tbeo the crowd fell away
and waited for bla words He calmly
looked about him and then calmly
Teller -oMns. Tbat re ticket" -
Thirty seconds of swful suspense.
"That 'ere ticket didn't draw s dnrn
On wild, long drawn yell of disap
pointment and anger and terror, oa
long hoar of kicks snd cuffs and re
prisals, on awful night In which In
fanta eboddered. and then Beottaville
Waa herself again.
For the Children I
PHna William, Hair Apparent
th Carman Three.
By MOLUE K. U ETHERELL
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Th InnocenT looking little boy ber
wltb pk-iured la tbe eldest son of lb
crown rlm-e of Uerniany. If he out-
Urea his fstber be will probably ait on
th German throne. He doesnt look
much Ilk a kaiser now. but be may
grow up to be a great war lord. Hla
nam Is Wllbelm. and be waa named
after bla Imperial grandfather. Kaiser
Wllbelm. Hla great-great grandfather.
Wllbelm 1- wan th tint emperor of
the German federation, bnd another
ancestor wss Frederick the Great, a
noted soldier, of wboae deeds moon
has been written.
Th Oldest Trees.
There Is a yew tree In a churchyard
at Fortlngal. in Perthshire, which Do
Candolle nearly a hundnd yeota aso
proved to be over 2.500 years old. and
on at Hedaor. Buclaa, which Is UK)
years of age.
How P Candolle arrived at tbla es
timate of th ag of thee living trees
la a almple thing.
Thla yaw. aa well as most other
trees, adda about one-tent b of an Inch
In circumference a year Humboldt
makes reference to sn enormous bao
bab trot In central Africa as the oldest
organic monument In tbe world. It
trunk la twenty-nine feet lu-dla meter.
and Adamson proved that It bad not
lived less than 5.130 years.
This wss a mistake, however, for
Mexican scientists bar proved that
th hlontexuma cypress at Cbapulte
pec; with a trunk 113 feet, la older by
thousand years. Th gigantic Cali
fornia red wood -are Impressive by rea
son of tbelr number, great age and
Tbe sequoias of th Mariposa, esto
vers and South park woods are mors
than 1.900 In number. .
The "grisxly giant" In the Mnripo
sa group la 4.880 years old. while tho
fallen "father of th forest" Is rery
Th possibility of putting a bulk as
large as twenty quarters, weighing
four ounces. Into a wlneg!ass already
full to the brim with water seems re
mote, yet It csn be done. First pro
cure a wineglsss and wipe It perfectly
dry Inside and out. especlnlly around
th rim. Pour the water gently Into It
from a spouted pitcher, using spring
water If obtainable, until th glana la
full to tbe brim. Then drop on quar
ter at a time, edgewaya. gently Into
tbe glass. As soon ss tbe edg of tb
quarter touches tbe water let It drop,
being careful not to wet the edge of
the glass Much to your surprise, th
water now stands above th level of
th glaaa. but does not splIL
Whate the difference between forma
and ceremonies? Ton sit on on and
stand on the other.
What word contains tbe flv rowela
In order? Facettoua.
Why la I tbe luckiest of the rowels?
Because It Is tbe center of bliss, whlla
E is In earth and all the others ar
Why are birds so melancholy? Be
cause tbelr little bills are all over
Why are buttons Ilk great men'a
birthday anniversaries? Because tbey
are alwaya coming off.
Why la a flsb merchant never gen
erous? Because his business makes
Peplta wss a Usxlcso girl living
with an aunt In southern California
Peplta was sn orphan aud had luher
Ited a pati-b of ground, on which the
two lived. Near by waa another ilex
lean family consisting of father, moth
r and on son, ttnriqu. Just coming
of ag. Enriqu and Peplta. being
neighbors and tber being no other
young mn and women near, by to di
vert tbem from each othr, naturally
On day a man waa aeen digging la
a patch of ground adjoining Penlta'e
property. He waa an American and.
though roughly dressed, gars evidence
of being a gentleman. . Seeing Peplta
atandlng looking; at him curiously, be
wnt over to wber ah waa and ask
ed for a drink of water, peplta got
It for him from a aprlng back of tbe
bouse, and tbe stranger chatted with
her. 8b asked him wbst be wss dig
ging th hoi for. and he said be was
prospecting. Tber bad been no bunt
ing for lb precious metal there, he
for, and Peplta did not understand
what b meant.
Th atranger cam over occasional!
after tbat for a drink of water or to
borrow something. He aald hla name
waa Thomas Burkbalter: tbat h was
th son of a gentleman In the eaat
II hadnt got on well with his father
and had com out west to shift for
himself. Peplta thought him very
Una. After looking at bla whit face
Enrique' brown visage waa nut at all
attractive. Enrique noticed a chance
la her, bat waa at a loss to account
for It. .
Ono day a man cam to Uurkbaitera
holo. H waa a well dressed man and
worn a dla.oiood stickpin Inula neck
wear. Peplta aaw him sn itm-s.
halter standing together talking and
looking over at her house. The strsa
ger went away, and that evening
Bnrkhalter came over to see Peplta
6b aaked btm about th man who bad
visited him. but Burkbalter wss un
commonlcativ oa tbe subject. One
thing Peplta uoticed-tbst be wss very
"' ana aererentlal to her.
Bnrkhalter during tb next four or
flv daya did aa much courting as Is
usually done In months, sometimes In
years. He quits carried Pepits off her
feet 8he discovered ' that Enrique
knew nothing ui all about making love
lunriqu waa much distressed. What
could ho do? But Enrlqu bad more
ens than IVpita nod knew a little
mora , about the ''world, though not
mocb more At any rate, b bad aense
enough to suspect that Burkbalter bad
aom motive in devoting blmseir to
Peplta. H went to an old rancher
who bad alwaya been kind to him and
told him bla trouble. On day Euriqu
went to Urigsby, tbe rancher, and told
bim tbat Burkbalter bad askrd Peplta
to marry bim
Tbat'e all talk."- said Ungaby.
"No. no." cried Enrique; "tbey ere
to be married tomorrow. Peplta does
not wish It so soon, but tb msn In
slsts. Mb would Ilk to rats a little
money no tbat ab may get aom nw
clothe to make her appear worthy of
so line a husband."
urigsby thought H waa
something over la bis mind
"If Peplta la going to be married
she will not need her farm. What anv
needs Is a lift I cash. I will boy her
property. Go and ask her for what
ah will sell it But ssy to ber tbst
I will not bny It unless she keeps my
offer a secret. Too msy tell ber I
will give her $000."
Enriqu sorrowfully bore tbe mes
sag and returned with Peplu. wbo
was delighted to jet so- much money
for what was really not supposed to
b worth more tbsn half th amount
offered. Grigsby drew np th papers
conveying tbe property to Enriqu
and placed a mortgage on It payable
"Now." be said to Peplta. "yon may
tell whom you Ilk tbat yon bar sold
In tb evening Burkbalter cam to
his fiance snd asked ber If ahe
would be ready for tbe wedding tbe
nxt day. Peplta aald sb would and
gleefully told 'him ab bad sold bsr
property for tb enormous ' sum of
$600. Then she showed bim tb money
sbe bad got for It
H stood looking at her with a blank
expression. for som time, then told
her to- put her nam on th back of tbe
cbock and be would rid to a town
. Miss Campball Golf Champion.
PORTSMOUTH, Ireland. May 11.
Miss Dorothy Campbell of Hamilton,
Ontario, today won th British wo
men's golf championship, dofsatlug
Mlsa Violet Mailcit. thre up aud two
' Brandsls T Aid Prob.
WASHINGTON. May U Lula"D.
Braudol. of Bostou, Is her to con
Icr with th House comuilltt on th
Postofflc Department which la to con
duct an Investigation Into tbat brauch
of th Government service.
JOHNSON WOULD BE
KIBLE WITH WINNER
f Washington's Star Pitcher
Pravas Handiaap Whiah Losing
Tam Puts an Oraat
Probably no baseball player In lb
country la being more discussed !)' the
fans than Walter Johnson, the Wsb
Ingtou'a American stnr twlrjrr Jusi
before th season opened Walter quit
and refused to slgu s contract because
he did not receive bis deiimud for an
Increase In salary. Jobliii wantid
$7,501) and a thre year coin met. Aft
r a llttl dlckerlug the club com pro
mlsed. and h atliicbrd bla John Han
cock to a paper calling for $2l.uj tot
tb next thre years. 1
Som Waahlngton critic clslm Ihsl
Johnson's demands were too gresi ami
hla record did not warrant the In
crease and tbat b was not with a first
A LONG TIME
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Before th advent of spools thread tn njlle" distant and draw tb money
waa supplied n akeins.- Th skein
waa cut through at on end. and It
waa wrapped In a bit of paper or
cloth with tb loop projecting. A pta
or a few stltcbes secured tb wrapper
and thus kept tbe thread clean.
Llttl yellow buttercup
Noddlnc In tha stsss,
Down tha road Is owning
A marry llttl Isas.
Curls are sll s-tosslng
In the morning sir.
If shs stoops to pick you
Wouldn't that ba fair?
Ah, I sueaa It wouldn't,
For a yellow butterfly -
Hips tha dew of morning 1
From your cup so h!-h!
Bo hide among tha
Hide from tha little lass.
Once shs spies your beauty
She will never, never pass.
But ssyly stoop to plupk you.
And tha thirsty butterfly
Will never more sip nectar
From your sup so high.
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end In jrsur nam and fwmlttavi.
8b v must be ready for th ceremony
vy th time of bis return. be-dld as
be bad ber. and. leaving ber. forget
ting rhe kiss, b departed.
Peplta waited all that day and tbe
next for her lover, but he cam not
isor baa ha com to tbla day. Peplta'a
aunt at last told her tbat ba must
have goo away with tha money for
Iba farm. What should tbey do? Tbelr
horn wsa sold, and tbey bad nowhere
to lay tbelr beads.
Meanwhile Grigsby bad gone to tha
bole Burkhalter bad left with experts
and bad found tbat Borkbaltef bad
struck a vein of ore too narrow to pay.
but beginning to open np in tba farm
Peplta bnd sold,
Tbeo came Enriqu and showed her
bis deed to ber property and told her
tbat It was likely worth a fortnn.
And so It was. Grigsby furnished th
means to develop It. and It waa aold
for a large amount Enrique forgave
Peplta and tbey wer married, but
tbe wife never forgot ber folly and
ner nnsoand a common
Leav it to the old hen to pick out
tne best nest to lay In. Sb can do
It better than you can. "
Two aprinkllngs a wk with kero
sene oil should keep tha hous free
from Insect peats.' But b thorough.
Get tha screens over th windows
now, so that Intrndera will not dis
turb your favorites whlla they are
aaleep at night.
Ar you troubled with crows about
jour chicken yarda? Corer tha pons
with wire Batting. ' That will fool tha
Photo by Antertesa, Peaas Asaoelatlea.
Wilts johssow. wisaisoToa'a aasT
dlvlalon team. Mor rap wer band
ed out when th big fellow waa best en
in hi 1911 debut.
In contrast to this ar fane and crit
lea In bla bom and other cities who
are raring over the Ids bo wonder
wise men. basetMillIcally, with whom
tb historic jja mes of baseball sre ns
familiar as their own. have bummed
his praises snd hnve pieced him on a
pedestal with tha greatest of tbe great.
Vet there are those-those tblugs-
wblcn do bim Injustice. Itecords are
often a court of resort upon which
Judgment of a player la based. Just
thluk wbst one's opinion of Walter
Johnson would b If one scsnned
tbe pitching averages during the time
Walter Johnson hss lingered smuug
tb American leaguers aud based bis
opinion of Johnson on tbos srersges
Walter brok Into tb big abow
during tb season of 10U7. Mine that
tlm b has been successful only once
In gathering mor victories In any one
season tbsn loss. A perusal of tba
records of 1910 will show tbst tbst
wss tbe only year In which Johnson
glided above tb halfway mark.
In tbe four years In which he bss
steamed tbe spher over the rubber for
Washington b baa gained a higher
average than tbat of his club. Even
In 1009. tbe year of tb big burricsue
for Washington, which resulted In tb
demise of Jo Cantlllon as a ni.ijor
league manager and In a final a vera ire
of .270 for Waahlngton. Johnson won
thirteen ganio and lost twenty die.
which gave him an average or M'i.
To paaa from Johnson's Individual
prowess, it Is Interesting to contem
plate what effect a winning club will
bar upon a pltcber'a fame and bis
placa In th hearts of tb fans
Imagine for a moment wber Jonn
son would rank If placed with a team
which finished one, two, three. Im
agine bow that pill would look to tbe
opposition as It sailed over tb plate
wben Johnson had th confidence born
of repeated victories. Imngln the tov
of a high class club playing behind a
pitcher whom vry club held in uw
Bom people bar even goo so far
aa to aay that Johnson never would
los a gam If connected with a poo
nant winner. Of course that's absurd
Tb mere presence of a man of tbat
caliber in tbe box la half tba victory
Around the Waahlngton club's bench
any day that Johnson Is scheduled to
pitch one can hear th. pluyera ssy:
"Well, there's nothing to It today.
Walter la going to pitch." Those play
rs go out on tb Held expecting to
win, take cltancaa wblcb they would
not Inks with a less reliable man In
The opposing manager gets a buncb
that Johnson la scheduled to work
There's no ns spoiling a good pitch
er agnlnst this fellow." he will say to
himself or one of his lieutenant,
na'll wiictlmlly admit from th atari
that bis team Is du to I defeated,
and b will aend In on of his nnr-
iiaoies to tak a chance.
Thai's th reward a pitcher gets foi
being a star and tb reward a club
gcta tor having that pitcher oa Ita
"Would you Uk to blr a man for
Tb question waa asked of a woman
wbo stood at lb door of a farmhouse.
Sb waa about fifty years old. snd the
quest louer looked to be leu years
"You don't seem strong enough to
work." said lb womuu yniMiiheticsl-
ly, "but com In and I II gel you a
Tber waa something In either lb
old man's appsaraoc or th tone or
hla vole tout remludcd ber of some
on ah bad known before, nurei.v
tbat walk waa familiar. She fed bltu.
and wben ber son. a man of thirty.
ram In ab sajd:
Jak. tbla man wanta to oetp oa
out for tb ha,ryes season. Can't yon
"W noed help, mother, but I fear
the old man la hardly able to work
all day In a field In th broiling aun."
"I reckon there's som work In me.
replied tb stranger. "Anyhow, I got
to earn a livto' or gd to th poof
farm, and I'd rather kill myself work
In than live on lb county."
"Wbr do you hall fromf asked
th younger msn.
"1 don't know."
"Ton sea. I'm on o' tho persons
wbo auddenly forget everything. It
waa abont thirty yesra ago, I reckon,
tbat 1 waa discharged from a hos
pital. remember comlo out of It.
but I don't remember goln' In,"
"Tbat was about wartlm. waant
It?" aaked th womaa. much Interest
ed. " . .
"I reckon It wsa, for they told in
that wbeo I went la I had on a coat
with brass button on It I'd been
ther so long snd there bad been so
many change' tbat no one could tell
any mor tban tbat abont It".
Th old man looked so lugubrious
that th woman turned the snbject
"1 tell yon whet you'd better do,
nnry." sb said to ber eon "You'd
better let him work for hla keep and
do aa much or aa llttl aa be likes." -
J net aa yon please, mother." said
So the old maa stayed with tbem.
working sometime a wool day and
sometime balf a day. Tber hung
about bim that melancholy to be -pected
from on wbo lived In a world
from which tbe earlier part bad been
blotted our. Tboa wbo had tsken him
In wer a widow. Mrs. Harden burg,
and bar son. Pbe had bees widowed
thirty years, bsvtng lost her husband
when the boy wss s bsby. Indeed,
nenry bsd never seen bis fstber. nte
mother bsd been married to a soldier
boy wbo a few weeks Ister had gone
to tb war sr1 bad not returned II
waa never beard of after tbe battle
of Pair Oak la Virginia and waa son-
posed to have been buried among the
On day wben th old maa suffered
from a pain In hla back tb widow
proposed to nib tb affected part with
liniment nis shoulder blsde was ex
posed, and sb noticed a Isrg mot on
It Sh started. She bad seen oo ber
husband's shoulder blsde Just such a
mot. Th snap of both wer pe
culiar, being of oblong shape with a
protnborsnc on each aide, tb whole
being not nnllk a clover leaf. Mrs
Dardenbnrg as Id nothing to tb old
msn shout It. but thst night when
alone with ber son told bim tbst sb
believed th old msn waa her husband
and his father Henry considered ber
assertion a mer wblm. nis father
be bad alwaya beard bad been killed
In battl. and tb mere alrollarity of
a mark on tbelr vUltora back to oo
on hla fatber'a waa hardly sufficient to
bring tb latter to llfs.
Prom tbst tlm Mrs. Hard en berg
treated tb old man with every hind
ness and attention. Bat an aald
nothing mor abont her discovery to
her son and did not mention It to any
on except ber son.
Ona day whil at work In tb barn
th old man was kicked In tbe head by
a horse. He waa removed to a bos
pttal and examined by a aurgeon. who
round tbat th new wound happened
to b In tb same location as one
tbat appeared to bav been mad by a
nailer. Tbe patient remained uncon
clone, and tb surgeon decided to re
move a small portion of tb sknll thai
waa pressing on th brain As soon
aa tb operation waa finished and tb
sufferer bad recovered from th effects
Of tb anaesthetic that bad beeo ad
ministered b looked at tb doctor and
"Did w lick mr
"Why. Johnny Beb! Ton moat b a
contract aurgeon. aren't you? Anv
way, you re not lo uniform."
"Wbafa your name and regiment r
asked the doctor.
"nenry Harden berg, -tb Pennsri
111.11 a m
wn. sir. uaroanberg. von have
been a long while coming to your own
out you ve got there at last. The war
ended over thirty yenrs ago
iid sirs uaraenberg wns told
that th "lost msn" ss the neighbors
cm lea mm. was her hiishnurt .h.
umnru do surprise, savlmr iht aha
anew bim from bis walk wben be flrst
appeared, and tb mole on bla about
der blade confirmed ber. In bar opln
'u nun tne son th matter was
ery different . U could not bel'eve
tbe story till bis resurrected father
nad proved It lo many ways.
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ser a trial aubsoriptloa for on
or mor months, at tea cents a
week, can bav th dally dMv
ered for a year for fa.00 bjr
paylDg a yaar la advaac.
Popl who gave our oaavaa-
ar a trial subsoripUoo, by
mall, for four months at a dt-
lar, may have tb paper for a
yaar for f 2.00, If paid a rear In
Subscribers to the Weekly
Enterprise may change their
subscriptions to th daily. r
calving eredlt for half tlm on
tb dally that th weekly la
paid la ad vane. When thy
chooa to add cash to th ad
vano payment equal to a full
year's advance payment . they
may tak ad van tag of th ft
W mak thla anoclal prio
so that popl who bar paid
la ad ranee ea am tbr asasy
and wish to Uk th Mai Bang
Enterprise, map do so without
to great xsaasi.
following hav reglstsred at
th Klctria Hotel: W. McCotl
aon Cltvs H. Burgoyoe, cltr;
Lelth. Portland: W. II. Cook, W
land: H. C. Humphreys. Porttaai;
B. Hopkins, Portland; W. t-
power, L. D. Munciownr, W. C 1
U Price, Portland; II. UnH. H
land; Joseph Closser, fJ
Corstens, Portland; II. Cooper, rn
lioey, Independence; u J. ttwi'
York; B. smitn, rornsnu.
r:hlld la BurWd.
The little child of Mt. "1
who died suddenly nt tlie famllf 3
waa Interred this wk In tha Pr,l
Never use the office telephone
aMaalnlnv Annvanlenca. If J01" 0
are to 'nhone. aay what la to
ffnletlr, Intelligently and W
Tber- are houses that ar tn
their courteoua telephoning. WJj
temper at a 'phone g'"1
. . . i. mil v
l eiepnone counesy -as
courtesy alwaya Is. , -
D. M. KLEMtff
421 Main $trt