Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910, September 22, 1910, Image 6

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Stmr FIFIELD’ the -ONLY Doe« Bandon Know Which
WAY.’’
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Mbc* the dijM of th* b«iklinf ot ououx And meting work of the aver­
age housekee[>er. llis nerves will l>e
Side Her Bread ie But
C*vt*luly it i« a k'ug cry from the on edge before u day is over, and the
jphiiil to tite tiyiuc macblue.
Buster Brown School S toes are
longer he continues the nearer be will
teted On?
We du uot Know wbat purpose that be to the iusaue hospital.
without a peer. Get them al Rosa
inscrutable face of stoue half buried
Who are the loafers in every com­
tl
in tiie sand* »as meaut to serve.
The “FIFIELD*' entertains Ils Co's.
munity
—tneu or women? Who are the
Bandon—Geographically an Ore j
Nor du we know bow the pyramids “rags?” l*o you see many tramps who
passengers.
11
Archdeacon Horsfall willhtkl sei
By EDILI A. NY1 •
gon town. Commercially a Gahfor-
were built at a time when there was are women?
Scissors lor school clii dren. ai vices in St. |ohn's Episcopal Church nia town.
Do steam or electricity. 110 derricks to
Or—
lift the vast stuues aud no dynamite
Sunday morning and evening.
Go
to the penitentiaries and compare
Bandon Hardware C *
it
VICTIMS
OF
SELF.
Leading indi »tries—Lumber,
to blast them out of the «juarry.
the
number
of men with the women
When traveling on the Fifield you coal, dairy pioducts.
If I kill another man the law—hu­
Try those Home Grown Onions
We only know that great swarms of Do you find many women in the sa­
are not treated merely as a pay in.’
tl
al E o->a Co's.
loons or iu the gambling hunsee?
When- Marketed?—San Francisco man and divine law—will hold me re- slaves lived aud died at the task.
a|M>i»«ibie to rhe limit of penalty.
We have made great progress since
Do you find many women engaged
passenger,
but
rather
as
a
guest.
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ami
California
in
general.
The
Paint. Bandon Hardware Co.
the day when some master imagina­ In occupations that are not only un­
Which is right.
price is up, but the quality is way
If I kRl myself human law will not, tion saw iu Lis vision the contour of productive. but also ruinous to hu­
F or S ale .—Furniture, organ, INVESTMENTS OF OUTSIDE MONEY.
cannot, touch me. But there is no that great stone face tliat for centuries manity?
It
up.
bedstead, lawn mower, rockers,
Which is it? Is it the money of doulx that divine law will reach me has looked out over the desert sands.
The tenuous theory of the sapient
But how?
Rosa Co. guarantees its new line tables, mattress and other articles. the metropolis of Oregon, or that of somehow, somewhere.
professor does not tit the fact.
True, we Lave t...,. u great leaps in
Merely because In most cases the
of Pocket Knives and Scissors, See Inquire at the Horsefall place. 372.x the metropolis of California that has Which is also right.
the matter of transportation and loco­ women are not the wage earners of the
the
laws
of
If
iu
this
life
I
violate
tl
them.
Mrs R. Wilmot Getty and little been and is making this section of
motion.
family are they to be classed as unpro­
nature aud injure myself the laws of
But what boots it thnt we can boast ductive and expensive?
the
country
what
it
is
today?
daughter
of
San
Francisco,
but
for
­
Tne PALAC’F Boat ot Bandon—
nature will punish rue.
Even considered economically (and
Is it California or Oregon that is And this again is right, because na- of our flying machines or of an ex­
“F lFIELD” sa'ls loi S n Francisco, merly of Empite, has been visiting
press train that goes from Chicago to that swuis to be the professor's view­
friends in this vicinity the past week. advertising your county, advancing ture is just and impartial.
New York in eighteeu hours? Is that point* she who saves a dollar or ex­
St pl. 251I1, 4 p in
it
civilization?
it;
whose
interests
are
giving
a
val
­
These
truths,
simple
aud
self
evident,
pends it so ns to get the most out of It
Mrs Ohman, mother oi Mrs. Tom
ii L 1’r.uy is binning a kiln <
What is civilization?
is as useful to the family and to soci­
are often forgotten or ueglected by
ue
to
your
individual
investments?
Our books on economics say thnt civ­ ety as he who earns a dollar.
buck at ins j ard in the oid r.n White, of this city, returned last i
people who bring troubles upon them­
ilization consists in (lie organization of
TRANSPORTATION FA ILITIES
Is not the woman who makes the
i selves.
track. He has 75,000 in the kib Friday from Portland where she had
industry, the accumulation of wealth, home for the busband and nurtures
if. being in full control of my own dispetwion of thrift. Invention, etc.—
Which city was it that established
S. H. Goff, the second-hand mai been visiting friends for the past foi l
and trains the children, to say nothing
min<! and body. I use them in such a what the New York editor says,
months.
loi'
Bandon,
a
freight
and
passenger
of her labors as housewife, bearing
on the hill, pays more for goods ami
f
way as to injure them, who is re­
But a great Frenchmau told us a
fair share of the bunlens of the
sells for less, (jive him a caff ai <1
Mr. Childerand wife, late of Grand service that is unequalled by anv sponsible for the injury? Am 1 not hundred years ago that these things her
home?
get the reason. Phone 211
33 tf Ronde valley, eastern Oreg« n, ar­ port of its size on the coast? You the victim of myself? Aud is not the were l»ut the civilization of the ant hill
Anil besides—
are receiving lair treatment < n punishment which follows the injury and the beehive.
When ii wife and mother goes down
All kinds of second hand goods rived from Poitland last Friday and
The auts and the liees organize in­ into the valley of the shadow for the
self
inflicted?
freight
—
unexcelled
passenger
ac-
i iclmling school books, etc , botighi are looking at Bandon property with
There are persons who when they dustry. accumulate wealth. dispense sake of the unborn child is she not
cornino« lations.
thrift, aud. what is more, they organ­
and sold. W L. Beach, in Black a view to locating if conditions aie
retire at night go about to shut down Ize governments and maintain law and pay Ing her way in the world—aye. in
the next world also?
HOME
INDUSTRY.
erby building, aer./ss from R ecord ­ favorable.
•
the windows, closing every possible order.
Let us be personal. Does this absurd
er office.
ti
No; these things of which we boast professor believe that when bls moth
Miss Leila Buckingham, of Junc­ i Bandon merchants are h«‘re in a|*erture through which the air might
have access to then*. And then when
only the indices of civilization­ er bore him and nursed him in infancy
FOR SALE—Two horses, icoo tion, Oregon, arrived in this'eity last business for the pur| ose < t securing consumption attacks their lungs they are
sort
of byproducts.
and watched over him in sickness and
Patronize them raise pious eyes to say, “It is the will
ami 1 loo. also second hand 3 inch , Fridavaml will make her home with your business.
Civilization is more than these. It is health that she was unproductive?
the near realization of tlie ideals of
Maybe she was. Some sons turn out
Bain wagon with bolt rack, goed1 her cousin, Mrs. L. P. Sorense « every time—they would do as much of the Lord."
Which is uot true.
the l>«'st men and women of our day. to be both'witless and ungrateful.
for
you.
Do
all
vour
1
urchasing
Miss Buckingham will attend tlie
chain harness; for $t6o.
Tlier«' are persous who will neglect It is more than the development of
directly with or through them They proper
Bandon High School.
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W. F. K ennedy .
sanitation and water supply, mind. It Is the development of the
THE ART OF BEING KIND.
ate entitled to your support. Their giving no heed to what they eat or HEART.
It is the history of kindness which alone
Mr. and Mrs Win. Lusk of the
“FIFIELD”
drink.
And
then
when
typhoid
fever
Civilization is that state of society makes the world tolerable. If it were not
success and prosperity is you« suc­
Cleanliness
North Fork came do aii last wet k
lays them on their backs they will where men aud women FEEL as well for that, for tlie effect of kind wonts.'
cess and prosperity. Bandon mer­ pray,
multiplying:. spreading, making one happy
"His will, not mine, be done."
as think.
Comfort
fur a visit with their daughter. Mis
through another and bringing forth bene­
chants keep in stock, or ca 1 obtain
Which is almost impious.
Civilization
—
the
real
thing
—
is
prog
fits.
some thirty, some sixty, some a thou­
Courtesy.
it
Inez Lusk, who is one of the teach­
for you, any commodity that yon There are persons who will neglect ress along the line of human brother­ sand fold, 1 should be tempted to think
life a practical jest in the worst | w > h -
ers in the Bandon public school.
Ira Tucker and W. H. Dibble re can purchase through the mail their diet and gobble down their food hood. it is ORGANIZED KINDLI­ our
like pigs. And then when indigestion NESS. True civilization consists in the sible spirit.—Robert laiuls Stevenson
Fred Mehl, who had the misfor­ turned on the I.Kt Elizabeth fro' 1 order, or any other system and can makes them miserable they will lay spirit of HELI’FL’LNESS
Your neighbor or frleml has failed
tune to get his arm broken while i San Francisco where they had bee., give you better satisfaction,
Every tlie responsibility on their ancestors,
if the editor wanted to compare in some enterprise or slipped a cog
"Stomach trouble runs in our something that really showed our soniew here or lost Ills job. lie is mis­
working in his planing mill last spending a few «lays.
dollar you spend, spend in Bamion. saying.
family.”
progress he should iiave compared the erable over the situation and hungry
Thursday, is getting along nicely ai
Mason fruit jar lids and rubber, Give each doll.u a chance to circu­
Which is nonsense.
pyramids with a great modern hospital for a little sympathy, though he is too
to show it.
present.
and Economy j.ns at B indon Hard late through the hands of the many These persons are not being punish­ or asylum or home for th«' friendless. proud
Your disapproval will only add salt
ed; they are punishing themselves, it
m Bandon
Do not rush the money is not the Lord's fault or the fault of
Mrs. Filbert Dyer and daughter ware Co.
it
to Lis wounds.
CROSS EYED PEOPLE.
Or an ac<iuaiiit.*tncc has committed
out
pt
the
country
—
it
gets
out
soon
Ethel left on the last Breakw.itei
their
parents;
they
are
victims
of
self.
Mrs. C. E Hollopeter and bi'*v
Strabismus is the technical name an error, lie is heartily ashamed of it.
Ami
so
of
mental
punishment,
if
I
for Portland.
Miss Dyer interaisto expect to go to Portland, Siturd.i* enough at best. Again we urge,
till my mind with images of Impurity given by oculists to "cross eyes.” And It was wrong, to be sure. But human­
enter a business college.
where they will visit for three or four spend your money in Bandon and it my actions sootier or later will pre- do you know there is such a thing as ity is not angelic. We all make mis­
mental strabismus?
takes. Ar«1 you going to be big and
Miss Vivian Hutchins, the new weeks, after which thev will go to will eventually work its way back to claim me impure. If 1 fill my mind
Just ns the vision of the natural eye help him along or little and turn him
with
bitterness
and
hatred
sooner
or
seventh grade teacher arrived from Fin Hay. Ohio, to visit the lady’s yon again. Who portils by it? You later my features will tell the story Is impaired liy the defect, so tiie vision down?
of the mind, "the mind's eye.” is af­
Be big! Help him.
her home in Ottawa, Kansas, Tues parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwiggins, do.
of a mean and vicious spirit.
fected by a like malady.
If you turn a deaf ear and an unsym­
1 am ti victim of self.
SUPPORT VOUR SUPPORTERS.
day. Her sister. Miss Rose Hat­ before returning to Bandon.
Like the cross eyed person, the vic­ pathetic heart toward your wayward
It is the plainest sort of proposi­
chins, of the high school, arrived
‘•Supporter—One who supports.'’ tion. if I lake the risk of lujury and tim of this mental disease sees a dis or mistaken brother or sister you show
The Elizabeth will probably arrive
yourself a weakling.
about a week earlier.
my body is hurt 1 must not blame Dl- torttsl object.
in port, Saturday, and will sail for —Webstrr.
1 know a farmer who has mental
God radiates a ul uplifts. Great
I
till
my
soul
vine
I
’
revideiH-e.
and
If
First—Thtn support your home
I have lor sale, on easy monthly San Fr mcisco again about Tuesday.
wit Ii un wholesomem'ss my spiritual strabismus. When it rains he Is sure souls and good souls are godlike.
the crops will be ruined by the wet.
Cun you imagine a pitiful God who
payments, a number ol the largest
Mr. Cahill and Mr. Bez, of the E industries, whether gioceries, cloth illness is not caused t»y Divine power. season,
and
when
it
doesn
’
t
rain
he
siieern
at tin* one who fulls or fulls?
Iwt by myself.
and finest residence lots in Bandon and E T. Kruse Co. of San Fran­ ing, furniture, hardware or gr tin.
is certain there will be a long ami dis­ No more < an you fancy a great human
Is
it
not
so?
Second—Demand that your home
astrous drought
Address E. M. Furm.in, Coquille, cisco, were up on the last trip of the
soul in atich an attitude —
1 know a merchant who suffers in
When all this sad world neetls
industries
support
the
real
sustainers
Ore., or E J. Hutchinson, Bandon, Elizabeth for .1 little vacation. They
THE SILVER LINING.
Is just the art of being kind.
the same way. It Is never cold enough
side of every cloud 1« bright and
Oregon.
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went hunting and succeeded in bag­ of Bandon's prosperity - Cali for and The inner
to
sell
winter
goods,
ami
it
Is
always
Aud
that is where most of us fail—
shining
see that you get from jour merch­
too chilly for the sale of summer In the minor ministrien of everyday
I therefore turn my clouds about
ging
a
fine
deer.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
fabrics.
kindness. Thoughtfuln«*HH. gentleness,
ants commodities that are from San And always wear them inside out
To show tlie lining.
The largest line of Outing Flannel
church assembled Tuesday afternoon
1 know a lawyer who thinks nearly encouragement, the kindliuess of little
Francisco or the south Business
—E. T. Fowler.
every member of the bar is crooked things, are forgotten in our selfish
and gave the church a thorough ever brought to Bandon at Rosa
Ilowever the world may seem ft and that th«' community never has heediessness.
today does not call for favors to be
tl
cleaning which now gives it a much Co’s.
you, however mlsenible you may be. given him credit for his ability.
Tills is a good habit—never lei ¡1 day
shown, but it does demand reciproc­ smile.
more inviting appearance. Mrs. A
Cross eyes.
go by without making some one hap­
Receipts for the week at the Port- ity.
When the slow tears force tliem
I know ¡1 preacher who is forever pier.
S. Elliott, who lives across the land Union Stock Yards have been
selves
under your lids because of sell deploring tile decline of religion and
I bird—Throw \our support to
It may be a cheering word to help
street, kindly invited the ladies over as follows: Cattle 2003, -heep 2950.
pity laugh aloml
t
the state of tile- church and because some struggler through the day or a
your sound and durable investors,
You say you can't do that—you mu « people <lo not come to hear him preach. smile to a child or an inquiry at the
to her house and served dainty re hogs 2391, horses and mules four.
firms or corporations that maintain Is* honest wltii >ourself and you mum
1 know a doctor who takes up your door of a sickroom or a few flowers
Ireshments, a feature that added The prices for hogs range from
«let as you feel.
dependable institutions.
time to explain how his brother phy­ <>u a birthday anniversary.
Of course you cannot put your la'si
greatly to the pleasure of the occa­ $10.25 to $10.75. sheep from $5.50
Trifles?
Bandon money is San Francisco foot forward, your liest side out, ex sicians violate "professional ethics”
sion .
and who leaves the impression that he
No. They are expressions of love,
to $7.00, cattle from $3.00 to $4.75. money—use it accordingly.
«•ept by practice And in tlie practice thinks himself Immaculate.
and love is the greatest thing in the
Schramm jar lids at Bandon Hard­
forced optimism the world is find
I know an editor who continually world.
J. L. Kronenberg and family, of boost f . or the 1915 fair at san of
ing some wonderful cures of mind and finds fault with liis town ami the peo-
ware Company. Lots of them but Parkersburg moved to Bandon last
You have troubles of your own?
FRANCISCO.
body.
Surely. But will it not help yourself
pie and who seldom prints a “boost”
they are going fast.
it
We
are
strange
creatures.
None
of
Friday and are living in the Barro • s
to lay a kindly hand on the weary
The establishment of the fair in us «pilte understands himself. But we for liis community.
Cross eyes.
shoulder of another? A touch of kind
E. E O.ikrs. agent, received a cottage in the east end of the c'H San Francisco will mean thousands all
admit tin* wonderful influence of
1 know a man ’who sees nothing ness is Ilk«' tlie rubtier bull you threw—
check for $25«* 61 last week in pay­ until th"ir fine new residence oa >f dollars directly to the coffers of mind attitude over the laxly.
good in his fellows, who finds fault it bounds track.
Do you know there Is sir'1 a thing
ment of the insurince policy of the Bandon Heights is c mpleted.
happiness. The world Is sad enough
Bandon. Do your l>est. no matter as «1 “laughing cure?” Eve* day the with his neighbor's children and who Talk
I? busy Hie whole summer through in Without your woes No path is wholly
Insurance Co. cf North America, on
rough.
W anted .—Gentle driving horse how small, to forward the intererests patient sits for twenty minutes i.efore a controversy with other people's «logs
Look for the places that are smooth and
the A. Martin house which burned a with buggy and harness. Apply
a
mirror
and
laughs.
The
m<
re
act
of
that
fair
It
will
be
appreciated
at
and chickens.
clear
suggests humor and before long khe
short time ago; he also re'eived a this office.
I know a woman who scents a scan­ And speak ot these to rest the weary ear
ami all will be benefit ted. Yours person is laughing in all reality, Per-
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earth, so hurt by one continuous strain
whenever she sees two persons of Of
check for $1.000 in payment of the
Of human discontent and grief and pain
for the increased prosperity of Ban­ sons who have tried this for certain dal
opposite
sex
talkiug
together
alone,
A
Sprague
and
wife,
ami
C
F.
same company’s policy of the Bar »
don. Get together. She's a good ailments—melon 'holla, etc.—say it real who is sure the grocer cheats her on
Whose Petticoat?
view Hotel, which was consumed by Phipps, -if San Francisco, who have town *nd worth the eff rt Watch ly cures.
every purchase and is alwnys ready to
Most of us take ourselves too 8«Tl suggest that No-nnd-so is not as good
After the teacher had trained her
been spending the past three months
hre this summer.
Bandon grow.
ously.
class Io habits of comparative neat­
as she apftears to be.
at different |w*ints on tne Coquille
You can literally coax yourself Into
ness she instructed them to keep 11
Capt. A. C. Birnun and Nello river, left
Cress
eyeti
people.
for their home on the last
a melancholy. You can magnify your
watchful
eye on each other. If hands
You know them. They are in every
Johnson of Astoria passed through Elizabeth.
ills ami form the brooding habit, if by place, and their distorted vision makes were soiled, shoes rusty or unevenly
W anted . —Cosmopolitan Maga­ tills habit of mind you can make your them obnoxious to all.
Bandon last week on their return
laced each embryo Sherlock who not-
lor
SALT,
packing
purposes,
for
zine
requires the services of a rep­ self miserable, why cannot you by men
cd anything amiss was requested to
from a hunting trip in Curry county,
Tlie cure?
tai coaxing and habit minimize your
Natural cross eyes may be strnlrrht- write on the blackboard, “Somebody’s
and stopped off a few days to visit sale at the Bamion Warehouse resentative in Bandon to look after ills and put yourself in a cheerful
pin'd
and ctired l»y n surgical opera- siloes are unlaced,’’ or a similar wurn-
Co.
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stiltscription renewals and to extend frame of mind?
Mr. Johnson’s cousin, S. I). Bai
tion that hns become common with Ing
Wear your clouds Inside out.
rows and family. Capt Barnum is
One morning every <’hil«l in the room
oculists, But there Is no way that 1
Miss Ms rile Davison an«l sister. circulation by special methods which
Live on the sunny sld«> of your exist know of by which mental strabismus hastened to the board and wrote,
have
proven
unusually
successful.
an old resident of Bandon and was who have bee” visiting their parents
cure You cannot improve a bad con may be cured.
“Somebody's petticoat shows. . 1 ” Forty
much impressed with the improve­ \P. and Mrs. Lyman Divison, o' Salary and commission. Previous dition by living in the shadow.
sentences thus glaringly proclaiming
And if you go about with a long face
ment the city is making.
the brnzenuess of a petticoat moved
Two Mile, for the past two months, experience desirable but not essen and
A
SLUR
ON
WOMAN.
liest
a story if bad luck your
the
teacher to unusual watchfulness,
tial.
Whole
time
or
spare
time.
Every once in ii while some college
friends by and by will turn a corner
Barb wire and tence wire, Vet y returned to Portland on the last trip
and ns one little girl after another
professor
makes
himself
ridiculous
l*y
Address
with
references.
If.
C
In order to keep from meeting you. '
low figures on big quantities, Ban of the Breakwater.
cross<*d the room she kept a sharp look­
III considered twaddle.
Smile!
Campbell, C smopolitan Magazine,
out for th«' obtrusive petticoat. Rut
An
instance
is
that
of
a
North
west-
don Hardware l’o.
it
Hold
up
your
chin
and
smile.
Big supply of good timctliv and 1789 Broadway,
none appeared. So far as she could
New York City,
em
university
professor
of
economics
Do your liest and look for the l>est
see. every |H*tticont present was mod­
Mrs. A. H iberly returned Satur rye hay at I*. W Robin inn's .«t New York.
who
told
an
Evanston
woman's
club
and
all
the
day
«otig
act
ns
if
you
were
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36-13
day Iron' er visit to her parents, very low prices.
a son or 11 daughter of God's royal that women did not earn their living estly keeping itself within fashion’s
Her enlightenment came
Twenty
acres
family, which you are And rememl>er and uerti unproductive and expensive hounds.
land
one
mile
front
Mr. ard Mrs. John B. Werren, of
M.J Harden, of Milwaukie, W s ,
when
the
board
was needed for arith­
to
society.
the slangy but philosophic stanza:
Lake Forest, Ill., and also visited at arrived in this city about two weeks Bandon lor sale, Lies Smooth, easy
metic. Willi eraser In hand the teach­
Which Is but a silly slur.
The dlffcn'nc* between the optimist
An<i iiessiml.’t is droll—
Then* may be a few—n very few- er faced the class and said:
other points in the east. Mrs. Hab- ago oh a visit to his daughter, Mr-. to clear Good Road, Price $32
The optimist sees the doughnut.
"Has *somel»ody' tidied herself up so
women who d<> not pay their way and
an
acre
for
hall
or
all
of
it.
See
B.
eriy found her mother enjoying good Mrs. 1*. Hanrahan, and faintly. Ik-
The p’Wlm'tt the hole.
earn the right to live in the world, but that I «an now erase this warning?"
S
Swengel
at
the
Bandon
Hardware
health and left her about six weeks left for his home l ist Siinrdiy, ac
they are »he exception and prove the
"No-o-o!" shrieked every child in tri­
|t
«■AT IS CIVILIZATION?
rule that women even more than men umph
“It's yours, teacher!”—New
ago in the best of health. After companied by Mrs. Hanrahan and Co.
The other day the dispatches told an earn their living.
York Press.
visiting in Missouri lor a while, Mrs. little son, who will visit in the Erst
FOR SALE. — Eighty acres interesting story alsiut the aeroplane*
Unproductive and expensive!
Haberly returned home, and in about for a month or six weeks, Thev go choice bottom land on Sixes river. circling around the sphinx and the
Women the world over work longer
Made Little Noise.
hours than men. es|tecially women of
three hours after her arrival here by the way of Tacoma where they 5 miles from Port Orfoid. # mile pyramids In Egypt.
"My
ancestors
have been in thia
Whereupon the editor of a New the household, who form a large part
country for 250 years."
sne received .« letter bearing the sad will stop for a few days visiting Mrs from county road. Address Alex Tort newspaper wrote a two column of
the sex.
“Gee. but they've been keeping quiet
I Moran, formerly of this city.
news ol her mother's death.
Let a cuau try to perform the monot- about it."—Chicago Record-Harald.
I Turner, Langlois, Ore.
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