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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1905)
rial a Dlrertloaa For Making It
Coarralntlr a Toaalltlr.
Jy C. K SHEAR, department ot nRil
cultur. Itordenux mixture should pre
pared ns follows:
Copper aulphntc (blue vitriol or
llnotonc) , a pounds
t'nsliiked Mono llmo , 4 pound
Water FO gallon
To propnro tho mixture most con-
vonlentl.v nml economically stock solu
tions of tho Ingredients should be
in.vle. Secure four bnrrels, holding nt
lenst fifty gallons enoh, la Addition to
tho Imm'l which Is to bo used for tlio
aprnr pump, l'laco 100 pounds of
good fresh stone llmo lu one barrel
nml lane the llmo by adding water
slowly, allowing tho lime to crnek find
crumble. After tho lime has been
thoroughly slaked ndd sufficient water
to till the barrel. When tho wholo Is
thoroughly mixed, ns It should bo bo-fort-
It 1 used, It will contain two
pounds of llmo to each gallon.
To prepare the stock solution of cop-
per sulphate place 100 pounds of cop
iHr sulphate in a stout, coarse sack
aud suspend it lu auothcr barrel, which
should bo tilled with water. Tlio blue
stone will bo dissolved lu a day or two
If placed ns near the top of the barrel
as iK)sslble. Never place the coihht
sulphate in the barrel loose, ns it will
take a much longer time to dissolve
and will require much stirring. Each
gallon of this solution will now contain
two poundn of copper sulphate.
Make two half barrels by sawing one
of the fifty gallon barrels through the
middle and put two gallons of the stock
lime that U, four pounds in one bar
rel and add sufficient water to make
about tweuty-two gallons. Stir this
well to make a thorough mixture of
the lime, l'ut three gallons of the
stock copper sulphate solution that Is,
six pounds lu the other half barrel and
add enough water to make nloiit twen-
POrBINO TOXJETHEK LIME AN"I BLCESTOXF
ty;two gallons. Two men with pails
can now jour the two solutions to
gether simultaneously into n barrel, as
shown in the figure, aud then stir the
whole thoroughly with a wooden pad
dle. If desired, these stock mixtures may
be prepared by using only fifty pounds
of lime and fifty pounds of bluestoue
In each barrel. If prepared -Ju this
way the solutions would contain one
pound to each gallon, and four gallons
of lime and six of .Milestone would be
necessary for a fifty gallon barrel of
The eminent and successful rleotilo
nnd mod ten I physician, Dr. Darrln,
has discovered nnd perfected i system
of treatment that has caused n revo
lution lu tho treatment of female ills
eases. Whenever his oloctrlvnl nnd
ln.vllortl treatment Is tested and
known it has done away with exeos
sh!' dosing", with nauseous drup
and painful surgical oivrntions,
whereby so nmuy precious lives have
boon I. is t.
As a discovery it ranks with Har
vey's discovery of the circulation of
the blood. It has piovod in more
than a thousand cases of the worst
kind to bo a positive euro for tho fol
lowing; female discuses: Ovarian
tumors, polypus, ulceration and
dropsy of the womb, painful ami sup
pressed inetistrusation. boarlnndowu
pains, " backache, headache, racking
cough, melancholy, absence of ambi
tion or desire to live, or In fact any
complaint having Us genera 1 1 vo ori
gin in a disordered state of the gener
ative nnd accompanying orgaus,
whether from contagious diseases,
hereditary, tight lacing or other
causes. 1 1 is method or treatment Is
harmless, pleasant ami mild. It Is
applied directly to tho parts nff eted
can be applied by the patients them
selves, thus securing local treatment
at home, audits Application is easy;
and simple. Its curative action on
the intlamcd parts is immediate.
lr. Damn refrains from making
public the names of hundreds of ladies
who have been rcstortd to health.
with due deference to the delicacy of
The following cards wore offered by-
ladies desirous of helping others simi
larly a Miotod :
A El ill- SK I..W!l-:' 1 KsllMOMAI.
To the Editor: Tor 1 wo years past
1 have had a severe pa n in the rcglMi
of tlio liver with enlargement of that
organ. It gave mo great annoyance
and 1 was compelled to forego my
house work. .My heart an I stomach
were giving me uui.ii trouble all this
time. After a mouths electric ami
medical treatment by Or. Dan in I
fool like a new woman and am now
attending to my household duties
witn great comfort. I am also cured
of diseases peculiar to my sex. My
hiihmd lias been cured of a very
troubl soiiij catarrh and general
debility: 1 gludlv commend Ir. Dar-
rin. 1 re.-idoat !11 South Willamette
street, Eugene; ami coi be referred to
.M us. Hknry IIamttox.
ONE DOM.AK SAVED UKl'KK
SENTN TEN DOIXA15S EAKNEU
The average man ib s not save to
exceed ten pr-r cent nt els earnings
lie must sixMid nine dollars lu llvlns
evpciisos fo.' every dollar saved
That being the case he cannot bo too
onrogul about unnecesssry expenses
eryoiteua few cents properly in
vested, like by lug seeds for his garden
will save several dollars out .ay late
on. It is the same In buying t eam
bcrlnln'M Colic Cholera and Dhirrhoen
I'cniedv. It csts but a few cents
and a bottle of it In the house often
s.i von a doctor's bill of several dollars
For sale by The .Modern Pharmacy
AN ELLQANT SUMMER BOOK
Splendid Publication Just Issued by the
Oregon Radtoad and Navigation
"l'estful llecrciiliou Resorts,'- the
UH." Summer Hook issuel lyf tlio
department of the Oregon Uiiilroinl
aud Navigation Company, of forty-
eight pathos and cover. I ho book
is printed on heavy whito paper,
liftv-eight cuts being usou to lllns
trate the trips up ami down the
Columbia river, to the mountains'
beeches, iulaud lesorts and fountains
of healing. Tuo cover is ilono in
three colors, adding materially to
the beautv and effectiveness of the
publication, which ma be lial 1j
sending two cents iu stamps to A
L. Crai''. Cienernl Piisseiiirir Aireut
L ii.. i..:i..,.. i v....;.o
l.M llll-' J I U U 1 1 JIU1IIOUU UIIM .lilllu
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turn Company, l ortrirm, ure. it is
a good thing to serul to your friends
in the hast who expect to visit the
Lewis ami Clark Exposition.
CHILD NOT EXPECTED TO LIVE
EKOMONE MOCK Tit ANoniEK,
iBMMlallon la Xot a Panacea For
All Soil Evil..
The only direction in which soil inoc
ulatiou has been rendered more or less
practicable Is the inoculation with cul
tures of various tubercle bacteria.
Fuel) inoculation can therefore be ap
plied to legumes, and legumes only.
By so doing we may make possible the
formation of tubercles, and therefore
tie? fixation of nitrogen by leguminous
4-rops in such soils where the proper
bacteria are naturally absent.
But it should a!s be remembered
that In most soils the failure of legumi
nous crops to grow satisfactorily Is
due not to the absence of the proper
soil bacteria, but to general unfavor
able soil conditions, to absence of a
sufficient amount of lime, of a suffi
cient amount of humus or of sufficient
aeration. The inoculation of such soils
without previous Improvement would
be a waste of effort and money.
There Is ample Justification, there
fore, to utter here a warnlug against
uilscouception and unjustifiable ex
pectation. Ignorance in this direction
will be exploited, ns Ignorance In other
directions has been exploitel, by at
tempts to sell to farmers improperly
Informed cultures of soli bacteria ad
vertised as the panacea for all soli ills.
Let the man who wishes to Inoculate
his soil remember that It Is not yet
practicable to Inoculate it for wheat or
potatoes or melons, and, while It Is
practical to Inoculate it for alfalfa or
soy beans or other legumes, he should
Inform himself us to the real facts be
fore proceeding with his Inoculation.
Messrs. Voorhees and I.lpman.
Dr. I'arria treated me one year ngo
for catarrh, neuralgia and rheuma
tism, sc.i'n trouUe. deafness, general
er roils dehility, female troubles and
partial paralysis of neck of the bind
er, with marked success. I feel that
words are lnadeouate to express mv
raihudo 1W LLe greai. good Dr. Dar-
rin lias done mo, and 1 most heartily
recommend the doctor to the afflicted.
Miss Mixmk Wells,
1i7 ISth street, Salem.
Dr. Darrin is located at the Smeede
Hotel, Eugeue, until October 1, and
will give l:ei examination to all. 10
to Z and 7 to S daily. The j oor free,
except medicine, and those able to
pay at tlio rate of $j a week or la that
proportion of time the case may re
quire. All curable chronic diseases of
n.H :i and women a specialty.
July 15 and 1G will be 'devote! to
the cure of cross eyes, varicocle, hy
aderocle and strictuio, by a simple
operation. No one need apply after
J uly .13 and 10 for cross eye operation.
l.VfCl KED I'.V ClIAMIIEKEAIN's
coi.ic cnoi.i:i: and
DIAIU'llOE A KEMEDY.
Until, the little daughter of K. N.
IVwey f Agnewvlllo, Va., was
seriously ill of cholera infantum hut
summer. " We gave her ,up and did
not expect her t . ilee from one hour
to another," he says. "I linpivtu'il
to tliiuk of Chamberlain's Cholle,
Cholera and Diarrhoea ;I!eniedy and
got a bottle of it from the store. It
five hours 1 saw i cliatigi- for the
better. We on giving it ami before
she had taken the h ; :' of one small
bottle she was well." This remedy
is for sale by The Modern Pharmacy.
The true merchant considers his
business as the field in which his
life's best efforts must be brought to
fruition. He will purpose to stamp
upon the business something of bis
own individuality, so that others
may say of it: Here a broad
ruinded, sagacious and virile man
has wrought. In order to attain this
result the merchant owes no duty to
make of himself a machine.
He owes to himself the higher duty
of resisting the hardening proces
that too olten goes with the collect
ions ot moneys, the calculation of
per cents, and the grinding out of
dividends for the stockholder.
The merchant does owe it to his
business; however, to see that his
own social, fraternal or denomina
tional leanings are not made those
of his busine s, All rmn should I
made equal before. the counter rail.
Southern Oregon Chatauqua.
"The Southern Oregon Chautau
qua Assembly will bo held nt Ash
land. July l2th to '21st inclusive.
Reduced rates have I ten made by
the Southern Pacific Co. on the cer
tificate plan, from points on Oregou
This assembly piomisrs to be of
unusual interest. Amoug the
prominent speakers will be Dr. F.
W. GunsauluB, Dr Wra. A. Quayle
and Itabbi Stephen S. Wise.
Special attention will bo given the
musical department. The Assembly
building has been enlarged to
double its former capacity, making
ample accommodations for all. "
W. 12. Coman,
General Passenger Agent.
lU'Y IT NOW.
Now Is tho t lino to buy Chamb. i
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Heinedy. ft Is eel tain to be soouei
or i.iici aim w ncu licit nine comes
you w III need It badly you will iurd
It quickly. Uby it now. It may
sav me. l oasaio nv I lie Moiiern
IN DM EST ION.
With Its companions, In urt burn
llatuh uce, torpidity of the liver, eon
stipatlou, palpitation of (lie he-ill
po r oiooti, iieail iche and other ner
vous symptoms, sallow skin, ton
tongue.orienslvo brent Ii and a legion,
of other ailments, is at once the moM
w idespread and dcHt met Ive, malady
among tho American people. Tin
Herbine treatment will curtail these
trouble, alio bottle. x..d bv Tho
8 KILLths cough
I AND r.llPT TUB I IINCK
Surest and Uuickt-st Curr tor all
THIIOAT .and J UNO THOUB
LKS, or MONEY HACK.
j a. ii. lliBajaaaaJ('uarwB.gaiiiiiaaiaai!a
Si.1,1 liy r.K.NSOX'S I'll A IE M AC Y
It I V A t i:
n q Mil q
All the I.Oi'st treatment.
1'I.AIN ami MEHIi'ATEIl ll.UIIS.
Nd iMiit inl'iui cases taken.
Otllsiili) meillral lieip f uriihlii-il If ro-iiiiir-il.
For furtlier particulars nililrrss
Dr. ii. v. s(;iii.i:i:r.
'$$m SicK Headache
'lll SHOULD USE
lf-i 'li'fl l"vll 1r
I) For Permanent Relief
1IERRINE art directly on tha Uvor. It will eur CONSTirA
TI0N, DYSPEPSIA, MALARIA AND CHILLS. U cntiralr fret
from nil poisonous mineral subnUncon. and I composod oioly or
LIFE-GIVING HERBS. Especially adapted for weak and wory
constitutions; stronrrthens tho woakcnoJ sland nd organi; It chocki
all doranccmcnt of tho human body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mrs. Josie Cameron, Crntrnlln Avenue, Temple,
Texas, writes: I fiud UliKIlINU Kvetmeauick
relief, and tokc plennure In reeouitncndimj it to all
roiucn wlio puflcr from flck headache."
WITICN Till RACJI Of ALL
rUly Cents A BotUo Avoid All Substitute!
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
St. Louis, U. S. A.
SOLD AND RECOMMSNOkU Dr
Tlio MocJorn Pharmacy.
GOOD FOR STOMACH TliOl P.LK
Cliamlierlain'H Stoinacli and Live
Tablets Iihvc done inc a Krcat deal of
Hood, snys C. Towns, of Hut Tort
aire, Ontario, Canada. "15ein
mild physic tho after cffcct3 aro Lot
unpleasant, and I can recommend
them to all who suffer from stomach
disorder." For sale ly Tlio Modern
Lewis and Cterk Imposition Tic
INDtVIMMI. Ill KKIS
Cottage drove to I'ortland llct
f-..0, trood for .10 days, hut not
later than Oct. .'list, l!0..
I'AUTl KS Ol' TI N Oil Molll:
One fare for tho rouud tri j jood
for ten (Ihvh, (must travel together
on one ticket both ways) $1. 10
OKOAMZEI) l'AHTIKS OK ONE HfNUIlKU OH
One faro for the round trip nurtv
moving on same day, but iudivjduul
tickets will ls sold "under this rule
and can return ut uuv time within
ten days from dato of mile. $1.10.
The ubove tickets on side daily be
tween May 2!Uh nnd Oct. J.jth, and
no stop overs allowed in either di
no i n i: i' ioiii i:i 1 1 pi:
To Ij. I'. Sl.ivrtii nnd Nile IIi'Iiiih.
and to any and all tlu r i''kihih
claliilim; t !n' l'i;;li t , lille nr iuti'l'i'st,
i it licr lii l.i r eijiiil v, in i t tin'
hcrciuaftci' dc-ci llnd milling; claim
.in. I it'ciin-tw. liv Ihroiiirli or under
the bald I.. F. Slaciis and Mies
I I.'l HI ( or eil her nf t le-l'l :
'oll and rin Ii of mi
notliii-d t hat tl: mi f. r i
pi'in I 1 1 lilt iilcv .-Mill I ill
al e hrrchy
ned, ha e
lined 1. 1 1
and u i 'l
II X II III
t.e iiiiioiii.t of iii,i;
Mi tiv" (MHtll o(I..
i.tiiu, sit ii.i ( iii i tir r. i 1 1 ' 1 1 1 i . i
liistrlct, L.nie Count v. State
THE GARDEN KEYBOARD
Rich, heavily manured land should
be provided for jquashes, and these
abould be planted only when the weath
er Is really settled.
Remove Uie blossoms from newly Bet
A mulch of salt hay or straw be
tween the strawberry rows keeps the
aoll moist, the berries clean and pre
Plant sweet corn, both early and Jato
kinds, and by making enough sowings
of each at Judicious Intervals you may
hare a feast extending far Into tho fall.
Plant the veranda boxes now. They
will be things of joy.
A most brilliant bedding annual is
phlox such dazzling colors, such masses
of bloom, dominating tho rest of the
plant, besides soft bright shades of
pink, rose, lavender, striped and white
centered and pure white.
The Takilma Mueller was started
up this week an i will be operated
(ill t he ;u rival of winter rains and
bad io;ul;. The plaut is located at
Tjkilma, on the copper properties
ol the lakilma Smelting company
and the Waldo Smelting and Min
ing company The ore supply comes
principally from the Queen of
lirouze, Cowboy and Lyttle mines,
all ol wni' h are located near the
Something for Vour Eastern Friends.
The 1!HI5 Issue ot the publication
"Orcpon ashinjrton and Idaho
and Their Resources." issued hy tin
Passenger Department of the Orctrnn
Railroad & Navigation Company, Is
now ready for diht riliution. If you
h ive friends in tin- Kant who are in!
terested in the Pacific Northwest,
copy of this publication would Is
welcome visitor to their homes. This
publication will be mailed to an.
uiven address upon receipt of four
cents in stamps to pay postage.
Mrs. I'"rank Henderson, who wa3
accompanied to Portland laat week
by Dr. Oglosby, for the purpose of
baviug au operation, passed through
the ordeal successfully and it ih re
ported will Boon recover.
Mrs. Harding is entertaining her
sio'.er and family from Gardiner.
A. 15. Woo 1 is iu Portland, and
when ho returns will bring Lis
mother for a vinit.
The Misses Newland have not as
yet disposed of their entire stock of
millinery, but are having a good
sale, as such prices cannot help but
draw trade. Now is your time.
Charles Finuerty is slowly im
proving. Kariiest Scars was a visitor to
The attitude of the merchant Towards
To bo ideal should be lair, frank
and open, i his is easily said. Hut
if k were fair, frank and open on
tbu particular topic, we should bo
driven to the confession that the
ideal attitude io do often not the
real one. Tho business will retain
the public favor and the first rank
which is not content with merely
dcniandiugfoi' itself a 'Square deal"
from competitors, but ia willing to
give a ''b'rjuui'o dual" to others;
which does not try to reap where it
has not sown; inspires confidence
rather than distrust; builds rather
than wrecks, and grows upon honest
increment rather than upon dishon
In his relations to his patronizing
public and to the public at large,
the manager has need of tact, dis
cretion, firmness and courtesy.
The Seventh day Adventists are
holdiug meetings every evening at
7:4s at their pavilion near the foot
of Bridge Street.
I'.ASKRALL I'LA YKRS AM)
FOOT RACK ICS
Louise J. Kruuer, ox champion
long distance foot racer of (leriminy
and Holland, writes, Oct. L7, l!Md :
During my tralng of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt ijnkn City, in April
last, I used Raliard's Snow Itinlnient
to my greatoht satisfaction.
Therefore, I highly recommend
Snow Liniment to all who nio
troubled with sprains, bruises or
rheumatism." L'.'.c, oiic and $1 .
Sold by The Modern Pharmacy.
Subscribe for the Nugget. '
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and ccrtalnto act,
use Cham I icrln Ih'h St omnch and Uvor
tablets, 1'or sale by The Modern
Subset ibe for the Nugget.
Round Trip for One Fare.
The Southern Pacific railroad has
decided to make a rate of one fare
lor the round trip from Portland to
all potnL" in Oregon to as far south
as Ashland, for visitors from the
Ivast to the Lewis and Clark Im
position, to enable them to look
over western Oregon, that they may
have an opportunity to locale or invest.
The tickets will be good for i s
days, with stop over privileges.
Holders of Exposition round trip
tickets from the east can purchase
these tickets this rate, it will
depend upon the energy shown by
the community as to the number o
of ( (recoil, located ly Arthur Melius
and L. S. SI, i vens on t lie I'll It day of
. I uly, u Mi h .'i id not ice di. duly j
recorded in the llic.-rd of .Minlou j
U.illliH, I took .'i, p.i.re I I I. Ili.it t he
ia bor so perfol'lnei I and the 1 1 0 I u
so ccd"d W.li 1 1 1 : 1 ' 1 and ex
pended nil said tl.iilu between the'
lirsl day of I i.vei iber, p.io and the
thirty-l'ir t. day of Meceinber, 1 '. m 1 1 in!
order l.o hold I he sai l mining ' claim
under the piovli-iions of Section J.'il
of the Rc l-eil SiattiteM uf the l ulled j
States and t he laws of tho Slate of:
Iregoil, ti e s.iiiie. I o'el her wit h t lie
Muni el i:i;l.:t:i:i opciulcd by Charier!
P.oWcn, t he o' her e, . i ner bring: t he j
amount l o) nit I by law to hold
said el. dm r--r 1 1 io year inline; r-,
comber "l,.f. P.i o. i
'Jhat th" proportionate h.ire of j
each i I o'i al i'o owners su expand
ed I" ;..g the Mini of Pi c,i; each, and i
that If xx i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ninety ilayx from the!
-ervice of t his notice upon you by!
t he Sheriii of t he county, or within;
ninety days from tin s-Tviet of t-nld j
notice by publica'ion, you fall to con- j
t ribute y our propol t loiiat'i share oT
the said expenditure ns a. ro iiwii m-,
your Interests re-pect ivcly In said
claim will become the propel ty of ilie j
linderdnur(l under t he piovisions of
said Section .,:!-'l of the Revised Stat
ute.! ol tl.e I 'niled States by reason I
of such failure to eoilllihilte your i
proportionate share of such expend!
Mated March :".Hh. Inur,
II bit Hi-. . W. I.i.ovn.
II. C. MADSEN,
I4r HiruiK nt ri'iinoiinlili' rUnrii-i.
All wmk kux'IUIis 1 llml 1,
Whi. 'hck, ( liii'kii n:cl JvMclryal Ijixcul I'r Im
COTI'AiiK lillOVK, ORK.
CoTTAt; it (Ko'K, Oku.
Paid i) Capital, $25,000.00
Muiicv to loan on anirovol "ocuritv.
KxchutiKcK HuM, Hviiilahle iuiv
11 tliel'iute I States
II KKMXUT K.4K IS,
ASK Till": A.iKS'I r)R
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BARKER & PERMAN
in:.i.i:i:.s in kink
WINJiS, LIOUOKS, CIGARS.
Main Ktreot, ultiC" lltm Ore
.1. S. Medley. .1 . C. .lohlison
t'l Icy ,1 oli ii son ,
A 1 1 orneys-a t la
Ojicr Haiti :t Hmtk Ulti
Special ni trillion uleu to Miniii"
and orpora t ton La u .
J. E. YOUNG
- Otllec on Main Blii:t, Ucihl Si.lo
Cottagk (jkovi-:, Oku.
A. II. KING
Attorney at lsiw,
voTTAtii: unovi:, on k.
Ilaff & Colucll
U. vS. Mintral Surveyors
Ito mi 1 Hank 1 '.bo-, citato drove
(JO-'-Uo:; Oreonlan JibU
Spohane, St. I'aut,
Minneapolis, Did it tit,
Chicago, fit Louis
AND A I.I. POINTS It AST AND SOUTH
Overland Trains Dally The Flyer
And The last Mall
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across tfia Cascads and
I'or 'I'lcUeis, Hates, Folders and
I'ull luformatloii, Call on or address,
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
S. (i. YKUKKS., A. (J. p, A.
Cor ii'lJAvciiuu ii 1 1 I ( iiliiinlilit Hlrnfl, HeuUlu
Wo nlvo I'xjiodltod serv ice on freight.
Itoulo your shipments via tlroiit
Northern. Full In forinatloa fituu
Wxi. IIaimh:ii. (JoiiI, AkciiL
0. it & II II CO
I'liiitj Tablu No, -I
To tuko effect April I'd, p.iori.
KmmI lliiiuiil II nml I TiiOHiluy W. lloiiml
nml Sut only
1 mi. I Dnlly Kx
- -1 t Huiiiliiy. No a -No 4
NIllHONN Kll)V I A.M. j l .M
JAS. If. POTTS
A vS. I'OWKM,
ftv X .
ALSO OFKICK OK rHK
I POTTS & McQUUEN -
l 11 il1 I
liouoic or mill
C0TTAGI5 GKOVK, ORE
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:i llih.M KM
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10 :oi 4:0
ti I 1 1 i . . . .
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. . . .Hluwiirt. . ,
. W llilwood...
. .f luiit'a ......
Itnd ot l'ruck .
SllllJoUt to UllKllKu Without 11. ,i.'i;.u
Alloutwunl frolKht forwardoil only at thu
foil, risk of dhlnpur ami 0(.iihI, oi. B
H iiko luiivun VVlli wood itltur iliii arrival ,(
ralo o Monday,, WoJiiJuy and K? la J
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