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THE MORNING OREGONTAX, TTITTRSDAY, NOTE3IBER ST.. 1911.
GUI GUARD SHOT
10 DEATH Ifl HUT
Charles H. Weist Is Killed by
Bullet Through Brain
Near St. Helens.
BLOODHOUNDS ON TRAIL
Jtatol or Gal JTot Found tn Cabin
Fhrrilt Is Positive Man Is MortJrr
Victim Body Fally DremmrA.
Cabin I Guarded.
T. TTEUTSS. Or.. fCnr. 1, Sprfal.)
Killed by a ballet fired throjh his
raln bT an unidentified assassin,
f'rarl.s H Wslst was found dead In his
lonely cabin on tha slough two miles
south of this city at 7 o-clock this
morning. No pistol or rifle havln been
found la tha but. Fherlff Thompson, of
rnlumbla County, declares he Is certain
Welst waa murdered, adding- another
mysterious crime to the lonir lint accu
mulated by thle district. Welst was
seen allra at 1:15 o'clock Tuesday aft
ernoon. Immediately upon rtlscoverv of tha
crlma the Sheriff telegraphed to Wil
liam Tonyer at Clattkanle to rush with
Ma bloodhounds to the scene of tha
murder and the crflclai then hurried
ti the cabin, where they kept watch
all day to prevent the curloua from en
tTirg the hut. In ffr that at:-.erlns;
ef a crowd would hamper tt.. hounds
In trailing the murderer.
Con) er arrived here with Ms dors on
the o'clock train tonight and left
Immediately to tln Sheriff Thompson.
No word having been received from In
vestigators of the crime tonight. It Is
presumed the does have taken a scent
leading the pursuers over the hills.
Welet was employed as gn me-tnIer
by Mouse 4k I'eterson. whose game re
serve and dairy ranch Is situated near
Warren. A ranch hand called to Weit
early this morning and not recelvlnc
any reionse went to tie enhln. where
he found the game guard lifeless. The
rhtn door waa open and Welst was
)v ing on tha bed fully dressed. The
dmt-fverv was reported to Sheriff
Thompson Immediately and ha and
'uroner Sherwood wera at tha acena
within half an hour.
Welet was employed tv House A Pet
erson about a year iro, but It was only
rerrntly thsc he assumed the d'ltles of
iruard over the frame preserve. He wss
24 years old. His brother Is said to live
rORTUXD MAX IS EMPLOYER
K. House Says WeUt Was Sober and
I ndnMrlous Brother Here.
I.l't'e could be learned here last
night about Charles lL Welst. victim
of murder near Helena E. llouae,
of tne House Restaurant, on Third
street, near Morrison, who. with O. A.
Teterson. owns the 700-acre ranch near
St. Helens, on which Welst was em
ployed ss a keeper, sajs he had known
hl;n shout a year.
Before entering the employ of House
It Peterson. West worked at a saw
mill at Stella. Wash. Ills parents are
known to live in Pennsylvania. The
only relative of Welst In the West Is
a brother, who resides In Portland, but
who could not be found by the authori
ties last night.
Welst was employed about a year
mttn by Mr. Peterson to work on the
ranch, and remained there until Feb
ruary. In September be again went on
the reach, to act as keeper of the game
preserve there. air. House said last
night that as far as he knew, Welst
was peaceable. Industrious and sober
and bad bo enemies.
NEW RATE BASIS IS SET
TVoltcrowrs Will Uir Opportunity
to IncreaM Income.
OLTMPIA. Wuh, Nov. 1. 4Spclal.)
With th takin vtTect of Vhln
ton'a new dlstrlbutt v ratoa, the n
rslty of a manufacturtnir cstabMh
Tnt being located in a big city will
bva paaad, mo far aa tha ability to
wHrftra low rat- la ooncemd. Tba new
ratea will mik- each lnduatry Jobblcf
entr by Itself.
Thle la ta announcement mada by
tha jKublte 8errlc Commiaalon In con
nection with tha permlsnlon arlren the
rail roe da and exprena companies to put
tn a low rata. auQlclent to cover the coat
of transportation, on recond-irrada fruit
for canntna; purposes, ehlpped from
Olympla, t?herlock. Tenlno, UuccMla and
Kelao to the cannery at Puyallup. Thla
wia apply In particular to apples,
PAi&ra, plums and pruoca A . e;reat
amount of fruit a0 to wante because
the frowtr cannot market It to advan
tage tha present rate of SI centa for
frelajht and Si centa for express to Puy.
allup maklnsT It shipment for oannlne;
Tha Conuntaalon haa aaured the rail
roads that in event a low rate Is put
Into affect that It wilt not ba used as a
comparative rata for fix Ins; rates on
other eoraxnodilles or for ratemaklnir
purpoaea of any kind. betnaT retarded as
an emergency rate to aaalat the p-rower
and the cannery men and to ntlllae fruit
tnat la now waated.
MEDF0RD TO GET FACTORY
Imixrtal Powder Company Irslrrs
Location In Orcgoru
MEDPORD, Or, Nor. 1. (Special.)
Appllcatloa was made tonight for In
corporation of the Imperial Powder
Company of Oregon, with factory and
headquarters at Me J ford, with a capital
stork of fli0.000.
The company la a branch of the Im
perial Powder tympany of Chchalla,
Wash, and It will supply the market
for the new patent explosive through
out the state.
Work on construction of the factory
will be atarted immediately and a pay
roll of from 44 to to will be main
tained throughout the year.
y. r. Frailer, formerly of Chicago,
and connected with the firm of KTasier.
fcartlett 4k Company, who operates a
large orchard In the Valley, has been
elected president, and P. . Mculrktn.
a local mining engineer, manager. Half
uf the stock la owned by local people
and half by the Imperial Powder Com
pany of Cieha.la
PRODIGAL SON PUMSHED
Wayward Yoplh of Millionaire fo
Work la Gravel Pit. ,
BE1XJNGHAM. WnK, Not. 1. Fred
Nolta. the -year-old son of George
Nolte. snl.Uoaalre banker and timber-
I man. must Co to work la a irraval pit
on Lcmml Island and reDort at rerular
Intervals to tha court or serva an ln
5tercnlnate aentenca of from ona to
IS rears In tha Uunrot reformatory.
Tbla waa tha ordrT mada today by
jQdica Kallot. bn ba suspended ssn
tence on tha youth, who confessed to
tha borr'ary of a Belllnarham store.
Nolta recalTad the courts order wttn
Indifferenra. Oscar Ericsson. II years
old, who waa Nolte's companion tn the
burvlary. was ordered seat to tha re
formatory. OBJECTORS TO BOND LOSE
Hood Jlltrr Will Sow Make Sale of
$0,000 Bond Issue.
HOOD RIVER. Or Not. 1. (Spe
cial.) At an adjourned meeting; of tha
City Council held hers tonight a reso
lution was adopted authorizing tha
Mayor and Recorder to draw up bonds
to tha extent of fjO.900. to ba used for
tha purpose of constructing; a munici
pal water system and turn them over
for Immediate delivery to tha City
Treasurer. This action was deamed
necessary because Morrla Brothers.
Portland attorneys, who have a con
tract for tha purchase of tha bond Issue,
bavo signified aa Intention to tha Co un
cial of refusing to comply with tbelr
agreement, ha v Ins; given as ona of tha
reasons tha recent litigation against
tha city by J F. Batchelder. who was
granted a temporary Injunction by
County Judga O. D. Culbertson to pre
vent tha delivery of the bonds.
Tha Injunction was dissolved by Or.
NATIONAL GUAED 6TEX70TUKE AT WOOD BURN WILL BE
COST OF T20,000.
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ARMORY TO BE OCCITIED BT CflMPAXr I, THIRD OREGOX KFAXTRT.
WOOPBCRV Or Nor. 1. (Special.) The armory, now in course of construction at Woodbura, Or,
will be occupied' by Company T. Third Infantry, Oregon National Guard. The building is being built under
the direction of the Military Board and will cost ahout eUO.DOO. The basement under the main portion of
the building will contain a heating plant, shower baths and store-rooms. The first floor will have the
men's quarters, officers" quarters, non-commlssloned officers' rooms, locker room and quartermaster's room,
while the upper story will be occupied by staff officers, a social room and a meeting room for the Grand
Army Veterans and Spanish War Veterans. The part with a shed roof, to the left, 6x90 feet. Is the drill
and parade helL The building will be completed before January 1.
cult Judge Brad shaw. Batchelder. who
has announced that be would appeal the
case to the Supreme Court, has never
taken any steps to do so, and when
these facts are made known to the
I"ortland brokers It la hoped that an
adjustment may be reached and the
bond issue disposed of to them. Other
wise it Is rumored that the bonds as
soon as drawn may be disposed of to
other parties. A strong public senti
ment Is demanding the Installation of
K new diuhiviw4 wfc J . ' " - "
place the old plant recently purchased
by condemnation proceedings from tha
I'aclflo Power Light Company.
MARTIN IS PROFESSIONAL
Well-Known Senttle Sprinter Dis
qualified as Amate-ur.
PHrLADKLPHTA. Not. 1. The reg
istration committee of the Middle At
lantic Association of the Amateur
Athletic I'nion has declared William A.
Martin, a sprinter now at the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, a professional.
T. Morris Dunne, secretary of the
Paclflo Northwest Association of the
Amateur Athletlo Union. In which ter
ritory Martin resides, was notified of
Kvlderce produced showed that Mar
tin, umler the name of Davis, ran in
four professional match races In and
about Mahoney City, Pa.
Before coming to the University of
r.ririrsTiu Martin was the star run
ner at Notre Dame University. He
won the 100-yard American cnampion
shlp at New Orleans in 110 and was
third again In Pittsburg.
William A. Martin, who has been de
clared a professional. Is well known
aa an athlete throughout the North
west. Martin first attracted attention
by his performances In the 100 and 120
yard dashes while attending Whitman
College, at Walla Walla. Wash. After
leaving Whitman Martin ran for the
Seattle Athletlo Club. He baa an
amateur record of 10 1-i seconds for
the century run and haa been credited
In this dash with 4-i seconds, though
the mark was never officially recog
nised. SLAYER IS RECONVICTED
Second Jnry Finds That Harry
Thorn e Killed Salt Lako Grocer.
SALT LAKE CTTT, Not. L "Oullty,
the same word that fell upon the ears
of Harry Thorne at the end of bis trial
several months ago. for the murder of
George FasselU a grocer, was the word
he heard again tonight from the llpa
of the Jury foreman when the men who
ruled upon bis fate returned to court
after six hours deliberation.
The Utah statutes provide the death
penalty for first degree murder, either
by hanging or shooting.
Thorne was convicted of Fassell's
murder, which occurred In March. 1910,
when two men entered Fassell's store
Intent upon robbery. Discovering the
owner near the cash drawer, one of tha
robbers shot him dead. Thomas Rellly.
who proved to have been Thorne s ac
complice In the crime, also waa con
victed, and with Thorne, sentenced to
VICTIM KNOWN AT SALEM
Mrs. Cllsan. Murdered by Son, Is
Former Marlon Conner Resident.
SALEM. Or, Not. 1. (Special.)
The murder of Mrs. Gllsaa by her
son. William Gliaan. bas caused con
siderable stir among older residents
Mrs. Gllsan. the murdered woman.
waa the daughter of J. L. ftarkey. an
old pioneer of this plaoe and she lived
her for several years, as did William
Gllsaa and his father. Edward Gllsan.
The Starker family was prominent
among me pioneers of Marion County.
LIGHT Of! ROGERS
Man of Dual Personality Often
Acknowledged Real Name,
PAIR TALK ON STREETS
Former Yeoman Says JTew Yorker
on Wbom Operation Was Per
formed TTnlocklng 14 fe of Past.
Enlisted on Maryland.
SEATTLE. "Wash, Nov. 1. (Special.)
8. Chandler Ropers served aboard tha
United States cruiser Marblehead dur
ing 1904. 105 and 1906, under the
name of -""Rogers": be was a member
of the athletic class, grouped with tha
boxers; he entered the Marblehead lists
as an ordinary seaman Instead of an
able seaman. Indicating that It was his
first enlistment; about a year ago he
told a former shipmate that he "was
going back East to visit his folks" and
he waa never known by any . other
name than "Rogers"' to bis shipmates,
according to a statement made by Ser
geant Dan Qulnn. in charge of the po
lice traffic squad of thla city.
Sergeant Qulnn. who recognized Rog
era promptly when his photograph
was reproduced in local papers last
Sunday, volunteered a statement this
morning that complicates the history
of 8. Chandler Rogers.
Rogers Aeeoated on Street.
Qulnn was chief yeoman aboard both
the battleship Oregon and the cruiser
Marblehead. entering the letter's lists
In 1901 snd remaining there until 1906.
It was Qulnn'a duty, among others, to
handle all the enlistment papers of the
seaman and he distinctly remembers
Rogers by that name. He does not re
call his given name nor does the name
Chandler" help him to a remem
brance. This is during the period In
which Rogers is supposed to have
passed only as Kelley or Kenny.
This acquaintance waa strengthened
when Qulnn met Rogera on the streets
of Seattle and during the past year or
more he met him not leas than a half
dosen times and always addressed him
as "enters," without ever receiving a
corrilon to that of "Kelly." as he be
cameknown to his Port Blakeley as
sociates .and under whloh name be was
Conversation Is Narrated.
"I met Rogers on the street about a
year ago." said Qulnn. "I recognised
him Instantly and we shook hands. He
was wearing a sailor's unform. with
bis old Marblehead cap, at the time
and I asked blm about It.
""Oh, thla Is Just a bluff.' be said. 1
want to visit some relatives back East
and I have to beat my way back, I
gueas tbla uniform will help me on my
Rogers waa taken to the Navy-Yard
and there withstood all tests. Officers
were prepared to say that at this time
he bas no knowledge of any Navy serv
ice. AiTGHISON IS FEARFUL
DANGER BEES IX CURTAILMENT
OF STATE'S POWERS.
Supreme Court's Decision on Rail
road Safety Appliance Case Is
SAX EM. Or. Oct. 21. (SpeclaL)
Grave possibilities are foreseen ' by
Clyde Altchlson. chairman of the State
Railroad Commission, should the United
States Supreme Court uphold the San
born decision In the Minnesota, Oregon,
et aL, rate cases, which are before that
tribunal, coupled with the decision giv
en yesterday In the Southern Railway
case, when the court decided that the
Interstate Commerce Commission has
control of safety appliances on purely
Intrastate roads as well as Interstate
- hat may be contained In the dis
cussion' of the opinion read yesterday
I do not care to comment upon until
I bave had an opportunity to see the
opinion." stated Chairman Altchlson to
day. "It Is certain that the opinion
will Invalidate many of the inspection
laws In various states, although Ore
goft has no such laws. Washington
has several such laws, however.
"How far the opinion will extend
snd aa to whether It touches on rate
making powers, of course, I cannot
say until I see the opinion. But I do
know that If the United States Su
preme Court upholds the Sanborn opin
ion and gives the Interstate Commerce
Commission power to control and regu
late Intrastate rates which touch on
Interstate business, grave possibilities
are opened up. and there will be a
revolution In the mode of doing things
worse than tha revolution of tha Civil
"It will ba necessary to secure proper
regulation for an ' amendment to tha
Constitution extending the powers of
Congress, and the result will be eventu
ally to extend Federal regulation to all
classes of Interstate business, even to
Insurance or to the shipping of a box
of prunes from Oregon to Washington.
"The decision yesterday does not ma
terially affect Oregon, although It does
prove beyond a doubt that such roads
aa the Sumpter Valley, the Salem. Falls
City & Western and purely intrastate
roads are under alie control of the
Federal Commission and must abide
by tha Federal safety appliance acts.
"The rate-making question, however.
Is one of vital importance, and the de
cision of the Supreme Court In the
cases referred to may result in the es
tablishment of a new order of things
which will be revolutionary.
"Centralization of power may be cor
rect In theory, but an objection may
be found In Its possible Inefficiency.
Such a move aa I have discussed would
result In a centralization of power
which would be vast. Of course. It
might be possible for Congress to
designate the states as agents of the
Federal Government in such regula
tion aa a solution of the problem should
It arise, but difficulties would be many,
and the result problematical."
MONTH DRY AT ASTORIA
Weather Observer Says Precipita
tion Is Much Cnder Average.
ASTORIA, Or, Nov. 1. (Special.)
COMPLETED SOON AT A
The month of October was an unusually
dry one In Astoria. According to the
records In Local Weather Observer Gll
more'a office the total precipitation
during the month was 1.0S inches, or
2.56 inches less than the average for
the corresponding month of previous
yeara. The rainfall during October of
1910 waa 8. a 7 inches.
The maximum temperature for -the
month was 69 degrees on the 15th and
21st while tH minimum temperature
was 40 degrees on the 28th and 29th.
There were 11 rainy, 16 clear, three
partly cloudy and 12 cloudy days.
CASTLE ROCK LIGHTS OUT
City In Darkness When Contract for
Street Lamps Expires.
CASTLE ROCK, Wash., Nor. 1. (Spe
cial.) Castle Rock la now In darkness,
at least at night, as the lights were
turned off for good by the electric
company shortly after midnight this
morning, because the franchise and
contract with the city had expired.
In fact, the two expired last Spring,
and a new franchise, carrying with It a
contract, was awarded to another com
pany, which bad until October 18 to
make good. After spending many
thousands of dollars in attempting to
dam tha Toutle River in order to get
tha nower with which to onerate a
plant, the project waa abandoned for I
this year at least, and the franchise 1
waa therefore declared forfeited when
the time was up, although the City
Council refused to take the 1600 for
feit when it was tendered.
At the same meeting a new franchise
was granted to the Tacoma Investment
Company to Install a plant, and pre
liminary work has already begun.
When the franchise was granted to the
other company last Spring, a new con
tract for six months was entered Into
with the old company, and this ex
pired October 1. when the city author
ities were notified that the light would
be shut off November 1. The owners
of the old plant bave offered to lease
It to the city for a few months at a
reasonable rental and the City Coun
cil la seriously considering the matter.
Cashier Thought Divorced.
OREGON CITY, Or, Not. L (Spe
cial.) James Evars, cashier of the
First State Bank of Philomath, which
suspended several days ago. is believed
to have obtained a divorce decree in
this city April 15, 1907, under the name
of Charles Evans. Tbe defendant was
Angelina Evans. She asked for an an
nulment of the decree, but the Supreme
Court decided against her. The couple
were married October 10, .1889, In
Columbus. Wis., and went from there
to Felton, Minn. The plaintiff alleged
that his wife frequently threw dishes
at him and that in March, 1901, In
Northfleld. Minn., she struck blm with
a 4arge stick. Inflicting a severe scalp
wound. It has been alleged that stock
In the Philomath Bank owned by Evars
was paid for with worthless notes.
Evars' ball has been fixed at J5000.
Twenty Hear Warbnrton.
SOUTH BEND, Wash., Not. 1. (Spe
cial.) Representative Warburton, who
is a progressive Republican and a can
didate for re-election, spent last night
In this city and was tendered a re
ception and banquet at the Albee HoteL
Mr. Warburton received a good many
votes In this city at the election a year
ago, but only about 20 men sat down
at the banquet table last night. In his
address Congressman Warburton de
clared that he waa in favor of a law
that would give the states 05 per cent
of ail money received from the sale
of public lands, the receipts to be used
In the construction of roads.
Bank Officer Takes Tp Realty.
SOUTH BEND. Wash.. Not. t, (Spe
cial.) A. W. Hammond, for several
years vice-president of the First In
ternational Bank, of this city, bas re
signed that office and will engage In
the real estate business, making a spe
cialty of logged-off lands and tide
lands. Mr. Hammond Is already a large
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November is a busy
Horseshow and first
and last, New Clothing.
Watch our little ad
vertisements." Today A special on
Boys' Long Trouser
Suits in fancy colors;
also blacks. Suits for
ages 12 to 19 years. Our
regular sellers at $15,
$12 and $10 for a three
days' sale take your
choice of the lot at $7.50.
On display Thursday
in Boys' Window.
166-170 THIRD ST.-
owner of real estate In Washington
and Oregon. His successor as vice
president of the bank baa not yet been
Vancouver Forger Suspect In Boise.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Not. 1- (Spe
cial.) Requisition papers for G. R.
Sullivan, allaa G. A. Burke, charged
with' forgery, have been received and
Sheriff Cresap, of this county, will go
to Boise. Idaho, tomorrow and bring
back Sullivan, who is under arrest
there. Sullivan Is charged with forg
ing a check for 190 on Cohen A Diet
derlch last May. He was a brakeman.
The check was drawn on the Missouri
Valley Bridge & Iron Company.
Trees for Blj Orchard.
. - - sttiv Wn 1 TntM are
f ALLS V, I 1 I , - - - " - '
arriving daily for the Falls City Orchard
Company, to oe pianteo. on mo ."
farm miles from this city. A total
of 14,000 trees will be planted. J. H.
Van Zanah. general manager of the
concern, is actively engaged In superin
tending their removal to the farm. C.
A. Snyder will be placed In general
charge of the planting and 15 men and
six teams will be employed at once to
prepare the land for planting.
No Bad Dreams
vicht aweats. sleenlessness. nervous
ness, dizziness and sick headache are
mostly caused by an upset stomach.
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Arvm nolsonous gases from the
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They will relieve gae,
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a Particular Ailment.
" There Is no "cure all' among the
Rexall Remedies. There are different
and separate medlalnes, each one de
vised for a certain human ailment or
a class of ailments slosely allied. For
Instance, Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
recommended for the positive relief of
stomach Irritation, indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia. They are rich in
Blsmuth-Subnltrate. Pepsin and Car
minatives. They are prepared by spe
cial process which perfect and enhance
the great remedial value of these well
known medicinal agenta. This remedy
sells for 26 cents, 60 cents and si. 00
per package. Every one suffering from
stomach disorders should try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets, Inasmuch as they
cost nothing if they do not satisfy.
Sold only by the Owl Drug Co. Stores
In Portland. Seattle, Spokane, San
Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles and
Sacramento, and every one in need of
medicine is urged to Investigate 'and
take advantage of the frank and gen
erous manner In which they are sold.
.1 n i t'-: '-Eii is 4 s a- vts a r
It's Time to Order a WOODS ELECTRIC
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COAL $6.50 A TON
IMainoDd ecrnl baki
the bread that
BrotU tbe steak that father takea
All the while with a mile
And says, "By Gosh, If I'd known
I would not have awora .
rd barn ooal no more." - ?
Diamond Crest Coal Co., City.
nnr Sirs Hava used the Diamond
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the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over
thirty years ago by. a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read what another woman says :
Jonesboro, Texas. "I have used Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound for myself and daughter, and consider it une
qualled for all female diseases. I would not be without it for
anything. I wish every mother in America could be persuaded
to use it as there would be less suffering among our sex then.
I am always glad to speak a word of praise for Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and you are at liberty to use this
testimonial." 3Irs. James T. Lawrence, Jonesboro, Texas.
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub
lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help
these women it will help any other woman who is suffering
from the same trouble ?
Fop 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
haa thousands of cores to its credit.
" ?', s If the slightest trouble appears which
fc. you do not understand, write to Mrs.
Pinkham at Lynn, Mass for her advice itia
lxee and always helpful.
KEEP TUB POT
No Soot. No Clinker. little Ash.
Delivered at your address In Port
land, within the one-mile clrole, at
this price, or within the two-mile
circle at $7 per ton. this wek only.
TWO TONS TO EACH CUSTOMER.
We will not reaerve any of this coal
for anyone, excepting; ordera accom
panied by the cash or check.
Oct. 24. 1911.
Crest Coal for some time and find tt
J. A. LA3.