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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913-EVENING EDITION.
The July Clearance Sale
Charge of Baseball Blow
out Next Sunday.
At an enthutiaftic meeting last
Committees Appointed to Take Large Amount of Work, Under
way now in mis viumity
Keeps All Busy.
nini? to tho largo amount of
evening the KiXs 'baseball commit- street work under way In Mnrsli
tee outlined plan and appointed field and Knstslde, coupled with tho
assistant lommlttet-s for the big rnnroau worn ui ,'""" ' "
baseball bloout next Sunday. along mo terminal iino in '""
which Is promised to be one of the .fluid nnd the work nt Myrtle Point.
greatest expositions of the national mere ib n scumi iu wuiriih-u u.
Or 4 .,.. I bkIIui. ...nann (tint tlfilt It ICJ flVi
J acme rumur iuuhid jiiot m.. id -
pected that some or mo inrger con
tractors will begin Importing teams
for some of tho work.
J. M. Kddv of North llond. who
luiH a contract for floinc of the
name ever seen on the
The committee will make a com
plete report at a big booster meet
ing of the Klks lodge which will bo
held at the .Masonic nan tomorrow
Attorney General Crawford
Corrects Evident Error in
the Fishing Law.
SALEM. Or., July 1.'. Invoking
n "rnio nt reason." Attorney Oener-
ni rvntvfnnl Ima nunln snwd the Ill-
fated ltoguc river fish bill, which
has had one or tlie stormiest ca
reers In legislative, Judlrlnl nnd ad
ministrative circles of any measure
In the history of the state. It was
passed arm voiooii in-e uuiiuk -i
past rour years, to say iioiiuiik m
weathering one stormy trip when
tho people of the state, through tho
Initiative, placed It upon tho sta-
ovrniini.' ninnn nre linlnc norfented Southern Pacific work In lowering tutes hv an overwhelming ninjorlt)
for a big parade Saturday evening; streets to correspond with the rail- This time trc attorney general
nnd Sunday which will bo led by way's grade through town has boon snys tho legislature meant- ",100
sKirmisning nigii nnu iow lor mu net" when tliey wrote .iuuu icei.
Coats and Suits Continues
The great success of HUB DRY GOODS COMPANY'S CLEARING.SALES is large
ly due to the fact that every garment offered has been carefully selected and is in
every way desirable. Every price advertised is a genuine reduction. Many of the
suits and coats in this sale are suitable for fall and winter wear and many women
sre taking advantage of these very low prices to supply themselves with a suit or coat
for summer or fall wear.
two hands nnd possibly three,
Somo entirely new and original
features will bo Introduced that will
mfllto tho big" leagues look llkq
Tho following Is a partial list of
tho committees already appointed.
General Committee .1. V. llll
denbrnnd, C. YV. Montgomery. Ar
chie Johnston and Don (lai'dlner.
Cotnuiiltce on Itefii'xIiini'iilN. -I),
Y. Stnfford, L. .1. Simpson, K. D. Mc
Arthur, Ivy Condron, Frank Mar-
Automobiles. Clco. Goodriim.
past two days trying to get teams
tic has been unnhlo to rind any al
though he needs ten or a dozen.
On tlii.' Smith-Powers line, WHIutt
&. Hlirr have brought In over 100
head of horscB and mules via Hose
burg during tho pust 10 dnys but
III oho will he kept busy on that lino
the bnlnnco of the summer.
Locally, the building operations
and street work nnd railway have
furnished employment to the men
who would otherwise have been out
of employment owing to the lull
In the lumber operations on the
riimnr,. r.wiiiniH,',. u v Hit. 'Hay.
blad, 11. A. Dorcmus, Dr. Hurmcls-' Parties from Interior points nnd
tcr I "'0 practically all along the coast.
AdieilMiiir M C Malonev report that It Is rather quiet and
Aic H'" M. U.Mnioncy (mt (hm) s not n Krunt (Iolmn(I
.ii r-.mii ..i mu iij v.. v. .mi- rr muor so It Is not anticipated
Anient. I that there will bo any difficulty in
Hntimlny i:eiilng.Iolly t'p. J. W. filling tie demand for extra men
Illldcnhrnnd. for oi (Unary labor.
(JiTiiiim lliind. V. It. Haines.
Mccliiiiilrnl Kngliicci'. Ross Suilth.
Director of Tiiiiispotliitliin. Irving
Chief Chef. II. W. Wells. I
llcriiriltiou of Hull. A. .1. Dutls. ,
niuiitcl Accessories. Tom liar-1
vey. . !
JliiM'Imll Miiniigoi'. Don flardlner
Ladles Reception Committee.
Mrs. A. T. Unities, Mrs. Turpen. Mrs.
Parsons. .Mrs. Ilarnelt. MrH. Fletcher.
Mrs. Cnisthwalie. .Mrs. No IT. .Mis Van,
Kuyn, Mrs. Flciihor. Mrs. McKeown, ;
Mrs. Doromiis, Mrs. A. II. Powers, "runs .mist ill.t.lSTKlt i. i !:
Mrs. Dan Keating. Mrs. .1. V. III!
denhraud, Mrs. Kreltor, Mrs. House
worth, Mrs. McArlhur. Mrs. M. C.
Moloney, Mrs. I). V. Slafford. Mrs.
C. F. McKnlght, Mrs. Itoss Smith.
Mrs. Anson lingers, Mrs. II. Kennedy.
i:rn:xi: cofi'ki: ri.rii.
Finding Kmpln) incut ami Is Fur
nishing llcst lloniu.
cixcr i. which tiii:v hhsidi:
ACCORHIXU TO ATTOItXIIV
No nnnoiiiicemeiit has yet been inndo
of tho appointment of reitlstrnrs for
tho North nnd South Mnrshlleld pre
clnrls. Justice Peiinock was appolnt
ed registration clerk of tho Central
Marshlleld precinct, has Just received
the following self-explanatory letter
Tho Kiigonn Iteglster snys: "Ma- ri.nn Aiinmnixinn...'. n r.....i
ny citizens are amazed and delighted i MtcnlrliiK to vours .r tl,. nti. l.,t
. . ,. . . . . ...... .p
in imirn nr inn u'lwtlftun lit unr elf wi
to tho working class. niudorod by ' Hied f ",7 b rhnp "r "' ITS
the IMgeiH, Coffee club. During the iJ ' , o , !f, 'ro noi ! eniliowenM o
few months of Its oxlstenc... the register electors from other precincts
mnnnger, Mr. (Hum, has found free tlm the one for wlilHi aiit'li ri'srls-
employmont for 1083 men and S tr Vis m int.. ' nu" "mu ""'
iiZZv iu ln"Vmtm' , . ,"Sl,c" "f "'"'1 '"Por oads as
liuiHiiny, July ,S, .12 iiien wore sent follows;
inn to worn iu gnriien, inree to put
in noun, six in wont in saw
and the "300 feet" Interpretation
will stand, declares It. K. Clnnton,
This Is the second time since the
legislature- passed the Hogiie river
fish bill over the governors veto in
February thnt Attorney General
Crawford has been called upon for
nn opinion regarding the law. It
was believed for a time thnt the
fish bill waa Invalidated when
amended, the solons nt Salem not
changing the title of the mensiiro to
meet Its last amendment. Tho nt-
torney general ruled, however, thnt
this would not nffect the validity
or the measure, and n contemplated
suit- on the part of the Medford
Itod and Gun club, bitterest ene
mies of tho law, was dropped.
It was not until tV taw went into
effect recently nnd fishing was re
sumed nt tho mouth of the Rogue
river Hint the second error wan dis
covered. It was then learned Hint
the law read Iu regard to nets that
"there shall he a dlstnnci. of 3000
feet between nil nets." If this hud
been literally enforced comniorclnl
fishing In the ItOglto would be nine.
The wording of the Inw wnn enlled
to the ntlentlon of U. 13. Clnnton.
master fish warden, who reforred
It to the nllornoy general for nil
opinion. Attorney General Crawford
invoked n "rule of reason" and In
yrproted It to moan "300 feet."
Mr. Clnnton then Instructed his do
putlcs to enforce the Inw with thnt
Tho Rogue rlvor is n tldo wnter
slrenni nnd hnrdly n half mllo tu
width nt Its widest spnee. and the
tide ebbs and flows for nboiit eight
miles or the river. Tlireo thousand
feet Is about three-fifths of n mllo
nnd If the nets had to he three-fifths
of a mile npnrt only 13 nets could
m linen in i nt river. Thnt, It Is
lielil would dual roy the commercial
fishing of the river, which tho act
intended to protect and porpotuato.
All Suits and Coats, Regular (TO IC
$12,50, Sale Price .JO.JJ
All Suits and Coats, Regular C1 1 1C
$16,75, Sale Price P1 )
All Suits and Coats, Regular (Tl J Cf
$18,75, Sale Price jU.JV
All Suits and Coats, Regular Cir nn
$22,50, Sale Price qHJ.UU
All Suits and Coats, Regular (tic ct
$25,00, Sale Price 4 10.05
All Suits and Coats, Regular f)C li
$37,50, Sale Price J.UU
CHILDREN'S COATS INCLUDED IN THIS SALE.
ALTERATION DEPARTMENT IN STORE.
Hub Dry Goods Co.
"SMART WEAR FOR WOMEN."
SPEED CASE LID FIRMS (COAST IHK
IS CONTINUED ME JIITED BASEBALL SCI,
Often summer time has moro lels
in) ior renuing thnu winter. A good
book for vncntlon rending is Howell's
Heroines of Fiction." There are
wo volume,, to this, but so charming
V.. ....-a I. ..II . I
.in iii'iniii, Hiiiiii ri'uiMinr wiifi ih in inu kivii. Hri ifiri... .,.,., ...........-.
mills, not ii iimiliriii,! ,.in..tni. r n... nim ..rh,, i ..?..."" """" ,"'"1'
f"uJ,U.. .1..-... "nicluw mill I, to Is not u resident thereof, o.- roulster onos for tin. mm.. , ,,w n!,. . .'
ota. ", 7 ? "i" "' il ,m,ni: "llu'r ,lin '" "o "'nmc.lf some of ho c hapto ' nro verv n
J or land, Lugeno k knsieru rail- and no eleclor shall register u sec- luring: "Jane Ai.se !s FI"abeVh n "n
f rw ig and rest rooms. It Is ,,,.,.,,, u,hm. lo, , Mil,,. ,,, V" V,1'1 Xw " "ll' 'I""
1 Ho more than py,IK -.n ponses. MAS (! IIAMilft, ' 'f o c ulturo to run through
The offlcors of tlie club are FF ! ". 7 ,. ... i ,ll",,,UT llon'"K8 lo see how
DeCou. president; (' A I) ai, f, ,''",h "' ,V-IvIIm-Swi i.h T.dil by 1,,IV ' '"ledKe of tho churaclers o i
Vice president: K. O. Poller Ire is. ' . ,. , 'o Itecoider. ,U'7'",H:.
urer.'and A. :. Wl , . ,r iwro"? ,i...i. 11,"","!m,n "i" w- - w- ,V0,"llj' ""'"t klml is "Lei
. "They an. bonding ev e.y e ruv ., ' ' 1anil1v'"1 '" '"""'' l lt ''f..1'1'1" "' Oregon Hnnch." This
toward making the Co fee cli I n .'." l"H ?" ,"' ( nw't Hty 'nok '" "n account of the settling by
social center ror th, w i ,KVlnsse" u-1 VI' 8,,T, "ff. I!,:,,' f'"' f0,ir or I! f'U""l,,s " " ",- T u
JKl an. much gratified y Tl , , ' .''"m )"' llo,,l",''' '"" Imvii Mr own words: "Wo bundled our
Hearty con.u.endatlo, o ' tht? ,' , ,l ,",!,,l,r f!'r ? "MI',, " ''''' "'"'II POHsesslons Into frolg
zens ami tho luliues ,,w ,, i , 'P"I '' l'J living Inken Iu uhout f. '""I whirled off t Orego . wl
work l.y other cllles In ""(,." " .'',m ll,ll1,' "hile there. The lodge '"' ,"! Ish and pastoral nolo.
iii me siuie. . has also bought new iiaranbern.iii,, Renting on mucin's " " . '
CIIANGi: AT FI.oukvcf v.,,i Sl"l", '.""l "ml!y nrrlvod " lf wp Iuivp found our riineli
",M '" ! odue,,,n. evening n ,u.r auto-! al,8wor- Ves. n0 wo like It" v
Tho reslgnntlon of Dr. cioo P ? Uj,mu lt,V4"-ll,t'- r.. nnd HlKlitc,l wltl.lt." llread-mnk-
Kdwards, as prwlden o Ml, boani iuS l,h 'TV mmo "",, l,1,r'' "B w,,h n,'1"10''''" flour, bitter ink-
of trustees, was rea, ud "ceXd l,h"1!!,Kl,c"!l,1 """ '" m"-Ius 'K n oniirely new occupntlo., c " .
Jr. Kdwnnls gave " ' 2 Mi VXv i8ml!h famll' wl" '- 'K w;,,,,0Mt "B""- w,,,' no of Urn
that city afrnlrs Interrere u 's i",.".","1V'! ,fo.r ,,,, """T. perlence through which hos" n0v
professional duties. ( I v oi n rll,t2 "" ! '''ft "" Uw 'i' . T wcllt nml 0,,t "' w lilel "they
was unanlniouHly elected !o .he'of': Sn 1.S" M '" 2" ,r. tl . fe worth ff ffi
in-, ritirciii'it im ni .: : :. " n'liiiu: ner miiii.i ,u iim.
D. L. Foote and Witnesses
Testify He Wasn't Driving
Car at Time Accused.
Tlie henrlng of the speeding enses
against 1). L. Foote was illsioiitiued
this morning by City Itecordor Ilut-
lor for o.io week to enable further
witnesses to be seemed in thu case.
Constable, W. II. Cox and .Mr. Pet
tit, a city employe, testified that
chawi'ohi) point .1x0 coos
ii.w towxsiti: co.mp.xii:s to
.Minion hold .mi:i:tixo in'
no.SHIimtC, Or.. July IL'. -At a'
meeting held nt the noughts .National
bank, iho Crawford's Point Lnml ,
eonipany elected the following offl-i
cers in servo ilurljig tho eiisulng
PACII'IC COAST I.HICII
I.oh Angoles ... ,r, I .
1 Oakland .
Illf Auoclalp,! 'rrt lo Coin IUr Tlmttl
PORTLAND. Or.. Julv 1S.-T
A. .SIl'iuiIiichh or Pniilimii leriluv was inovlnir da Inilinratl
,- .-.,......, w --,. --.-- - ....... V
president; o. u. Hetlier of (lleudnlp, "'"?" unu now serli opens will
vico-prosiuoiii; a. v. Seoley, secro- wnn hip leunm iining an follon,
miii n-nueiHco at Port Intnl.
Siifiii iiidii I o nt Oakland.
Vernon nt Los Angeles.
Foolo had run his mnclilno on North tnry; Andy IbOTuT V) C Sot'ber V"
Front street on July fi nt n speed of A s K,, 108s A C Seoi'v ... V
considerably n.oro than 110 miles per ShniSKlrtl.?. V. Fish ,r
Air. Footo testified that he did not W!!" V!.!.!;!!!H!'!:Vi: "f ll :f"l""l- i
drive his u.ncl.lne on the afternoon In , :;:'' " .
......... .... v iivivii fi imiiii, nil-
TO STOP HOOSTMIPS CKOff
lluuie'llld" I.Uer'FooetldMSrs1 ;,,,UH, ,,,M!n"1 XVUo X,,r" "" ,:''-'- W.,I,I It, ,e W
Frclsoii snili Hi JhiK ?nii.i i.Timm' J00hhiI Tills vnst tract of lund I'linN to Prevent XoIm.
nl r l n" wiiiSH '"!?. 1,0" .,ll"l!L,,l ,,H " ,0WI'H " WAHIIINTO.V. July II -Mt
I led hat Fo to wL rZX' wl" K(,0,., ,, ",n,,0l "" tll(' rkot. nt Secrotury of Agrli ulturo Df
carou heafter n.os liny Pr.,M,e,,m. T. Oallowny Huh received a UU
niron im unernoonor.iul .,. Mr 8RimIIOHH iIOhIiIi.ii of tho from u correspondent who cMoit
.MVItTLIJ POIXT IIOO.MIXtJ.
eonipany. has greut faith In Cook ho "tho ituv Hint can lako tlie mil
ninny, no snys over iOOO men urn out of tho looser" Dr. fia orrl
, now einployml on tho Southern Pa- wan so rojoleoil nt tho receipt oftil
HAItl.HV at S.:n t u.uxvm
! L. Albert Wblle nun. i ..,' Another .in.. ,i... . . . .
Mslt Lake Tnlm., n ..i" V.Y. .."'...""' -Tim u7 ..," 'A. " J" W Molt Is
r iiii.....u. i.. V...i.. '".' "l"1' Piui8. ". ; " mi' i.iiiiii
"-i hi i iiiiioriua.
nn Aineilcnn Vnrm
tllp Slorv nf
Its author be-
with them; if your present
Glasses do not fit; if you want
Tone Lenses; if yon want a
perfect fit; come to us.
Frtted Exam,ned antl Glasses
Depart,!;) Red Cross Drug Store
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS,
by tral I J r - ' y ch,,u' '"
b I ,s 'k . .. V'!8. " l"'"''. but
i iii Msions of farms . . . i,t r
' and Portland papers are on file
H'ere. Meinbershln' u freo U " f,,
lulv i ,r J"'-v "--Seattle on
.llll 1 lint! a 1)01)11 at Inn .f nr
L'L',1. ncf-nmll.... .' LI V"-." "' -'''-
'b F ni.7n n ". os'"'lo made
n i,. nana Duraiu . commissioner
of Iho census bureau a, wi" "Son
In!1 "n..,,KI,.ri" -l'"lttod"bM0v:
urns ii,g shows a ga u of r. n-i,
n imiilnilun since ho fide ra con
h was tnkonjn lOio ' t011"
I'oitTl. Mii:u mivTop nn,
. St;ai...;ackofTt Hospl,,,, , , 'J
,s S"!I,'V1 ly by K ft. ts
1 POItTI IV) '"'""K .mpii.
imrcd tho nmi.i 7. ::V v"" ". -
istroi.B men to subdue him.
lodge Tells About Conditions clflc extension, nml Hint ilm .,,, ,i iiiwh Iw. thlntru win ..inimllr v.
, in Hie alley. j on tho const will soon liuvo iiiomiloru Iho thlckon in overy hack yard.W
Orvll Dodge, the wnll known Myi-I "umnortntlon facilities. Ah booh us "Hkoil tho liuronu of anlmilfr
o Polnr Pioneer, was In .Mhi-hIi- l'"l'l enn got In und out of Coos l"Hlry to oxporlmnl at onco vltli
.iviu juniuniuy on niisi.iess and uiiiy in lensoiiunio conirort .Mr. view or sort-poiiming ol I Aloctrjoj.
pleasure. Ill) Hays tho .Mvi'tin Pnlnt . SlgllUllllWx SUVS the lnml In H.,.i l. Tlie millim- r Mm L.tlor .ivtllt
section Is most prosperous. inaii , ,nllly will sell without effort. At by romovliig ono of tlio vocal ttort
new homes going up In that city. l bo prese.u tlmo ho says much work f an orillniiry rooster, which cult
no Is iiIbo looking for a revival of " '"'lug done iu Coos county, lucliid- " by u slmplo operation, (be Bi
n.lnliig activity In t, Salmon I K railroad work nml luiiibeilng Hint "wuIcoh" yeoplo nt tho brnii
mountain country. ConcernliiK uf-' Ubor conditions nre the best, so .Mr. "' ,'i bo ollinlnnted without InU-'
....in, ,.ir, IflllIKU Hlllli:
"Tho work train on tlm Smiti..
I'owers branch railroad, ubovo .Mv,
tle Point, Is now out nonriy four
iiillos nhovo town, nnd will mnko
another mllo within two weeks.
I-"..1, i!1, '.'i'.'1.","" or i'yrtlo Point 1t,1,or- Tho Inttor company held " was Bi.ggeatod that absotW
onn f. r i i Uo 01,Iur(,(l Sl.-M,lu,r nn,1,ll meeting nt JInrshflold ro"n" bo put In the neck cf v
;,',,. "i.uuu, hi hid smiiu-i '."". w. J neiuor, or tilondnlo, iooHiur ntter tno opornuou, aii;
towers mill for n model dairy barn. J K Innttendnnco. It Ih probnblo fmitlon. Tho cotton, tho correipw
ii' ."ll'i on ins spacious rarm . l" "i "io two companion will bo con- t snld, not only sorved m w
i,..!!i """."bijvp .Myrtle Point. Tho , ''""'bited In tho near future. "ry purposo, but produced,
lllllllier Will he ilnllvnrn.l .w.o.. .!. II, ..... .'i.i . -,,. n nlMlill
olt. ,,i .i. i . " """i niu ,.,... ' "u niuaiur lliuii iu i-1 i r""
i. i ..... " ) tnl'8 "l " liouil- nv.vrri-.ii ASHi:s OF POIIT. I WHIhIIIhk Botiml
imiiiiiiin ii i it l lie III'M, HO .) ""' ""' ,lu "llllllllilll'll milium "j
h gnalnosK says and most of tho poo- '" tho roootor, except his fwllJJ1
pic i residing thorn nro Hiitlsfled. Tlio iloslro to crow is left Is &
iiio samo Htoclcholdors, with n few HiH-'Ron, nnd ho goes throusa "
iiildltloiiH, also own tho Coos Jlay motion of llnpiilnjj tho wings, anW
nnn',,Bi,, ('"" w'"' " '""I'ltnl of $100.- H'o nock, iitid opening tho iiioutb,"
"", iiiun- iiniporuofl ntijo niuir one i "lo onori in noisoiess.
Illll cost. Tills Shows that the nnu- I
thoT iu'V tt a ir 'M1. , ,,,'s,:!..,.:" .?:,"'?..wi...i -i..i..
a?""'- f F " won, ' Wro I MI?AK1 ANV Vftr 'VTho
PAKTV AT IIAXPOV-
.Mrs. N. J. Crnln cntertalnei l
:"?? n.,,f ..tW" "':' o?1'", f Jn-ln Miller "uir, n.,u Sr of hor Indy f"K '
'?" ''' , month to haul that f tho Sierras." wore acnttorod flvo hiindrod i arty Wedncsdif
lui'w:!,lMmlol,olllt b Ht"bvtM1ef,U"?? f " !""or"1 ! rnCoon i honor oMier sUter-la.;
mi. lloiiunns farm. llorn ,,n ...,h?..poP H,VW" ,1,,,1,ls- Tho .Miss H. A. Crnln who Is vliltitf
o". vr ,;,nS;.:nrS. IJ ,; ,'",'" i.S&STSSJgi
k . i:iiiirun r iim fit,... ..... ----. . . ,
a i.awrenccvllle. pn chicken nosse.T YA- , T. v,,,i" woro w- n"K "! 'o How nnd two, y'
fiiriuer has learned how to tra n i his ncln, i,, T , lla C0. I'oraons. , woro awarded. Mrs. S. C&f.
bens to lay big t,KKH. ira,u ,llb, ,"c." "? ? ..Poofs widow nnd 'won tho first nrlzo nnd Mra-A
lg eggs, y0 know. K0 furthor1 tlmo frlelwi- """"" ""' ""my old Sullivan tho second prize. W
?imH.m,,itho fa,,1,l-v p,l ' nSi Tho forvlcoB i.ri , , I refreshments woro Borved and
..if ,th.n" Bmn" K6. nnd hey Ivo vo , 1 '"' nml ''"Pioss-1 Present pronounced It one d
brig bettor prices. ,00 '0 , er's Ml ' u.i.h0rd?Vc.. V1"' J- !ou,llR social ovonta of the f
o iiiiin Hiiinu 111 oi i. . .i. -t ; " -" 4iv tiitir nnnnin. 'rim ini'it.ni ixiao o u'nrti: -
11 i ... " ,M K4U liun lift BIOIK L'nnnnl li. ti t J. T" -""w,""i t "w jiu huw " -,
P'JJrt is in a we,.tlV5 ". Z I "of, n V mo2S!oi0,, P" W'"" of okk-i'dime.' cV R? W.do. A. BrWu
roll ?nrt ,Cffln ',0 ,,,0' easily im-' yro 8,I,a "f tho H. Reynolds. O. McC. JobMon.
nff Iiiateart of tho ordinary! "This- .,.1.1 n , , Kndlcott, T. W. Roblson, I
" ,?,1(1" h? orb used to c"ax not an occainn ?0l0,1Pl Ir,8h- "Is'soronson, Horace Richards,
ftp ' - - i5y:tt;:'a avrsl
mi S- Kl'C," """r n "?;,,,,; 1 Co IomV l ',K' 1 1- Oroonollil,, j. T. SulllTW. U
. As Y, CrVi". tho instantly n j0a, L""" , " '"" .V.. : .m"on8. v. J. ';-".t
iincon8elo,.nr.,,.ii..,?B.l90 ot ' Mhos from h r.n "" "',1oa " ,u'"' " 8l"' I
0 seoro can' n it.l . 1 uno on incm away. " "" uoro . ".'j u ,V h'.v ,Y W
f'lls nro use 1 B '"'J,"" coioraii XSi.. "" " ; j.
kept track of. " u"1" work' Mrs. Marshall, wife Tr I S " " J' "in." sil
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