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Hawaiian Editor Complains to Mikado
and Will Bring Suit.
Raid on Strikers’ Headquarters Has
Diplomatic Sequel—Three Addi
tional Arrests Made—Tension Is
High in Honolulu and Police Sleep
On Arms at Headquarters.
Honolulu, June 15.— M. Negoro, one
o f the editors o f the Jiji, made formal
complaint to the Japanese foreign office
today that the territorial authorities
invaded his rights as a Japanese sub
ject under the treaty between Japan
and the United StateBwhen High Sher-
itT William llenry raided the office o f
the J iji and seized alleged incendiary
documents; and is preparing to bring
court proceedings against the territory
for $500,000 damages.
The alleged violation o f hiH rights as
a Japanese subject guaranteed under
the treaty between the United States
and Japan, he sets forth in his com
plaint, consists in the search o f his
office and the seizure of his private
papers by the territorial authorities
without due process o f law.
torial Sheriff William Henry admits
that the search was made by force of
arms, and without search warrants or
process o f law, but claims that the pa
pers seized contained evidence o f crim
inal purpose. However he declares the
courts o f the territory are open to
Negoro for redress if he has been dam
While but slight disturbance o f any
kind has occurred so far, the city is
full o f striking Japanese, and the ten
sion is so great that orders were issued
this afternoon for the full force o f po
lice to sleep at the police station to
night, ready for any emergency.
An incident o f the day that threat
ens a disturbance was the chasing o f a
carrier o f an "e x t r a ” o f the Japanese
newspaper Shinpo, announcing the ar
rest o f the editors. The paper from
the start has been opposed to the strike
and among the papers seized in the
raid upon the office o f the strike or
gans, were letters containing threats
against the life o f its editor.
Although the strikers have returned
to work on the Ewa and Waialua plan
tations it is not certain that they have
abandoned the struggle.
papers seized by Territorial Sheriff
Henry it was seen that it was the orig
inal plans o f the Japanese to return to
work at intervals to earn enough
money to maintain the strike and by
this method o f working and again
striking to wear out the planters by
the uncertainty and irregularity of
FILIPINO TR O O P S MUTINY.
Seize Post and Attack Americans and
Manila, June 14.— A portion o f the
Second company o f native constabula
ry, stationed at Davao, in the island o f
Mindanao, in the Southern part o f the
i’ hilippine archipelago, mutinied on the
night o f June 0 and attacked the com
pany quarters, which they captured
after wounding one o f the native offi
cers. A fter a light on the following
day, which lasted three hours, and in
which an American named Libbey was
killed and four others wounded, the
mutineers took to the mountains upon
the approach of a company o f constab
ulary stationed at Mapi, which hurried
to the relief o f the besieged Americans
and loyal natives.
With th receipt o f the news o f the
mutiny today came also word that de
tachments o f the Twenty-third infantry
have reached Davao and quickly suc
ceeded in restoring order. Several col
umns o f troops were immediately dis
patched in pursuit o f the mutineers.
It is believed here that the mutiny
was o f purely local character, resulting
from differences over food supplies or
the care o f the women o f the fam ilies
o f the constabulary. It is thought to
be confined to members of one company
at Davao, aand the fact that a neigh
boring company, also composed o f na
tives, hurried to the relief o f the be
sieged governor and the few Americans
at the place is cited as proof o f this.
Acting Governor General Forbes is
expected in Manila tonight, when a
conference with General Duval, com
manding the division o f the Philippines,
will be held. It is expected that the
determination will be reached at this
conference vigorously to pursue the
mutineers until the last one is captured.
natural ration for the horse, but when
confined to a barn and also when
worked, the animal needs a more
strengthening and nutritious food. To
feed properly there must be a mixed
diet The intention of the food Is to
supply heat and muscle, but not an
oversupply of fat.
The quantity of food given should be
based on the amount of work the horse
has done— the more work the greater
the amount of food that should be
The foods that are generally fed are
hay, grass, corn, oats, barley, rye,
bran, carrots, turnips anil apples. Of
the grains oats Is best, with corn sec
ond, but both are Improved if fed In a
crushed state. Oats build up the mus
cles, make blood and put nerve and
endurance In the horse. On account
of the price, oats are not generally
used, and In such cases care must be
taken that the hay given is rather
rich in protein.
Corn and timothy hay are of a heat
ing nature and hard on the digestion,
causing the animal to perspire free
ly. If corn is liberally used, some
bran, with clover or some well-cured
pea-vine hay, or clover with corn, will
help balance up the ration and keep
the digestive organs In a healthy state.
In feeding green food care must be
T a k a C ar# u f lb . O rchard .
Now and then we hear of farmers
with an apple orchard who cannot see
that It will pay them to take good
care of It, says the Rural New York
er. In one case a farmer sold apples
enough from his orchard to buy h/m
ten good cows for his dairy, yet he
cannot see that It would pay him to
spray and prune the trees. There Is
some scale in this orchard, and the
fruit Is usually wormy. Taken In hand
now with oil and later with arsenic
for the Codling worm this orchard
would give the easiest money on the
farm. We would like to Bhake such
men up and let them see the future
The demand for good apples Is sure to
Increase, while bearing trees are not
keeping pace with the demand. Young
trees are being planted, while many
orchards are dying through lack of
care. Do not, under any circumstances,
neglect good apple trees.
them with all the care you can muster.
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT.
AYcçeiable Preparation Tur As
simila I in$ the Food anil ligula
Un* (Ite Swmadis aiti Bowels of
llu * .
What is C A STO R IA
ness and I!est.Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor .Mineral.
F o u n t a ln -I .lk e
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
u .t u for
iu r u
» u i HO years, has homo tho signatnro of
and has been mado under liis per»
eonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health o f
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
N a r c o
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, jMorphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. I t relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach anil Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children’s Panacea—Tho -Mother's Friend.
Almost everyone has noticed the pain
Jiedpe ofOid DnSDl'TnJWHEH
ful efforts of the unfortunate horse
which Is compelled to take Its noon
JL M / eM s-
day meal out of a
P< ¡¡permint - _
feed bag. In order
to get the feed the
€!m f ieri Sutpr •
horse must throw
the bag and Its con
tents Into the air
and catch a mouth
ful as he can. Be
• iP i
sides the Industry
exercise in the pur
suit of his feed, the horse loses about
half the grain by reason of the fact
that It is thrown over the top of the
The nose bag shown In the accom
panying cut is of recent invention and
is designed to overcome this trouble.
DEATH LIST GROWS.
The feed supply is contained in a res
Exact Copy o f Wrapper,
ervoir which is secured to the bridle
Many Wounded Perish Under Ruined
Homes in France.
It has been shown that 100 pounds eyes. The feed flows down of Its own
Marseilles, June 14.— From 75 to of average milk contains about 87 weight Into a saucer-llke receptacle
T e r n iln o lo g y ,
100 dead and 100 injured is tonight’s pounds of water. 4 pounds of fat. 5 which Is held under the animal’s
Our woman suffragists insist
estimated casualties as the result o f
They are not ready yet
the earthquake which devastated seve
To cast aside the stately “ gist,”
A R O A D IM P R O V E R
ral towns in the Southern part o f
And substitute a “ gette.”
France, particularly in]the departments
of Herault and Bouche du Rhone.
Extensive beds of lobsters are to be
plant«‘d soon in the waters of the British
Great suffering is reported owing to
Columbia, and it is expected that in four
a lack o f bread and other necessaries
or five years the lobster-taking industry
of life. The casualties may be great
will be established on a large scale.
ly increased, as the ruinB have not yet
been entirely searched.
When lovely woman writes a story
o f St. Cannat and Rognes were com
Covering 700 pages,
pletely demolished and Lambas, which
She fills it full of love and glory
is 12 miles from Aix, suffered heavily.
And sends it thundering down the ages.
— Chicago Tribune.
According to advices received from
a number o f places, wounded are still
R e w a r d o f M e rit.
imprisoned in the ruins and soldiers
The pitcher passed a man to first—
are working desperately to rescue
“Take out the lanky hurler!”
He struck the next two batters out—
Survivors are finding shelter in tents.
“ Ain’t he the demon twirler!”
In many places the streets have been
In France there are 0,(XX),000 smok
torn up and are encumbered by masses
ers «ays the Tobacco Weekly Journal.
o f rocks, making them impassable.
Of every fifteen there are eight who
Houses and public buildings were crum
smoke a pipe, five who smoke cigars and
bled to pieces.
only two who are cigarette smokers.
Among other villages seriously dam
aged are Vauvenargues, Venelles, Pe-
S t a n d i n g U p f o r X llt a .
lissanne, Puy Ste Reparade and Ar-
“Miriam, isn’t that young Fergus com
RIFLE SHIPMENT FOUND.
ing to our house pretty often now?”
eral parts are Indicated In the Illustration. D. W. King of Missouri, who
“ I suppose he is, mamma.”
has been the most prominent advocate of this road Implement, describes It
Mausers Packed as Pianos Destined
“ Do you know anything about him?
WAR LOOM S NEAR.
as a leveler for smoothing down the rough places and packing the surface
fo r South America.
What is he worth, for instance?”
soil. Best results are obtained on clay roads. It will Improve even sandy
“ Well, he’s worth any dozen of the or
Norfolk, V.a., June 15.— Packed in Conflict With Germany Expected by
soils, though It cannot make a hard roadbed of such material.
dinary young men of my acquaintance.”
piano boxes and evidently ready for
All in England.
“ Yes, but-------”
shipment, a quantity o f rifles and am
“ And he’s worth $100 a week to the
London, June 14.— The amount o f pounds of sugar, 3.3 pounds of casein mouth. The feed is always in reach
munition, believed to be destined for
firm he works for— even if he does get
Venezuelan revolutionists, was discov war talk one hears on every side in and albumen and 0.7 pounds of min and there Is no occasion for the pain only $25 now.” — Chicago Tribune.
London is perfectly amazing.
The eral matter or salts. The composition ful gymnastics which are so common
ered at Franklin today.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
The rifles are said to be a part o f a topic practically monopolizes conversa of the milk depends largely upon the ly seen under the circumstances.
Byrup the b e s t re m e d y to u se for their children
consignment o f 15,000 Mauser weapons tion in political and social circles, and cows producing it. Both Jerseys and
during the teething period.
Guernseys give rich milk, upon which
I n e x p e n s iv e C h ic k e n C o o p s.
shipped from New York to St. Louis
Very good crops can be made ai
and back to Franklin, billed as pianos, a kind o f fatalistic complacency, that the cream quickly rises. Durhams and
O f the races of the world (300,000,000
and packed to weather the trip to
Ayrshlres give milk of an average rlcn- small cost from empty barrels, as are whit«, 700,000,000 yellow, 215,000,000
South America. The filibuster suspect
ness, upon which the cream slowly shown in cut. First, drive shingle black, 35.000.<XX) brown, or Malayan, and
steamer Nanticoke was lying near to fight it out.
rises. Holstein cows are noted for giv nails through the hoops on both sides 15,000,000 red, or North aud South Arner-
Franklin and in the black water below
ing a large quantity of milk In which of each stave, and clinch them down ;can Indians.
the steamer was her consort, the tug
there Is a small proportion of fat
on the Inside. Then divide the bar
C o 11 I I d e u c e G a m e .
tion, and many display acute nervous
rel In halves, if it is big enough, by
Man With the Bulging Brow— What
The revenue cutter Pimlico is block
P o u lt r y P rofits.
are you scowling about?
ading the two suspects, and it is not American colony talk, half humorously,
The cost of food required to produce
Man With the Bulbous Nose— I ’d like
believed that either could pass her
a pound of beef, pork or chicken does
to punch your head for you. You told
me I ought to read "Referees of a Bache
even in the darkness. Orders have
not differ greatly, although chicken
Harry G. Selfridge
lor.” I got it at the public library and
been issued from Washington to seize Germans come.
sells for 12 to 20 cents a pound by
put in an hour or two trying to read it,
the vessels in case either should lift
the carcass, while other meats sell at
there ain’t the first blamed word in
anchor. The Nanticoke is not built
from 4 to 8 cents. This difference is
" I tried to insure my shop,” said the
the book, from first to last, about prize
for deep sea navigation, but the dis
patch could navigate far off shore and former Chicagoan, “ against bombard the fact , that poultry picks up a good
the officers in charge o f the situation ment from the Thames, but the insur deal of material that would otherwise
Aceor«lii*HT t o C o n t r a c t .
believe the plan o f the filibusters was ance companies would not accept the go to waste, as well as numerous In
House Owner— You failed to pay
to transport the arms to another
your rent last month. W hat are you
Germany, it is'said, means to rule sects that should be destroyed, so that cutting through the hoops and the going to do about it.
Bteamer at sea._____________
the sea, just as it rules the European much of their food should not really bottom. Drive sticks Into the ground
Tenant— Oh, I suppose I ’ll do as you
be figured as expense at all.
to hold the coop in place, and drive a
Employe Stole Cash.
But there Is a greater risk of loss long stick at each side of the open «aid when I rented it.
Los Angeles, June 15.— Theft by
House Owner— W hat did I say?
In raising chickens and the cost of end just far enough from coop to
Fails to Smuggle Opals.
postoffice employes and not an error in
Tenant— You said I must pay in ad
labor per pound of finished product Is allow the front door to be slipped ont
routing was responsible for the loss of
vance or not at all.
more than with sheep or hogs. Then and In.
registered packages containing $30,- consignment o f valuable opals was in
you must credit eggs produced, which
T h e T r u t h C ornea O a t .
000 in currency mailed by the First
complicates the problem until you get head from the barrel or any solid
“ Please, mister, help a pore crip
National bank o f Los Angeles to the Australia, to S. R. Finney, No. 2 Rect
The package a headache. The net returns, accord board, and the slatted door, used to ple,” whined the husky hobo.
Bank o f Bisbee, Ariz., a week ago to or Place, New York.
ing to capital Invested and cost of confine the hen, by nailing upright
day. To a sudden uproar in the post- was entered as having a value o f $50,
office following the discovery is attrib and would have gone through free had maintenance, however, leaves a greater strips of lath to a cross lath at top gentleman, as he handed out a quar
uted the failure to apprehend the thief, not Deputy Collector W illcox known profit from poultry than any other and bottom.— D. H. F., in Farm and ter. “ How are you crippled, my poor
who made away with two packages something o f opals. Though entered farm live stock. If a farmer would Home.
mister,” replied the
containing $10,000 and $5,000, re at Sydney at a value o f $50. each of keep close account of the Income from
spectively. This alarm is responsible
hobo, as he pocketed the quarter and
for the recovery o f the other packages.
made a hurried getaway.
ing the real value, which aggregated would be surprised at the returns.— lng should be cultivated as soon as the
S liilh t M is t a k e .
Arkansas Seizes Capitol.
H arker— I met Sm ythe a week after
dressing of 100 pounds of nitrate of
Little Kock, Ark., June 15.— Gov
C olored People for Africa.
soda, 400 pounds of acid phosphate and he had faced the parson and he de
L o o k O a t fo r S o r e S h o u ld e r * .
ernor Donaghey and two members of
The shoulders and neck of the horse 400 pounds of muriate of potash ap clared that he had m arried his ideal.
Guthrie, Okla , June 14.— A scheme
the state commission today formally
Parker— W ell?
took possession o f the uncompleted to colonize American colored people in will be tender when heavy spring work plied per acre. This should be spread
H arker— A year later he confessed
capitol building, after breaking through A frica is making rapid progress. Cap Is started. Then, too, the horses are down each side of the rows, and be
his mistake— said it was his ordeal In
a door which had been locked by the tain N. B. Easton, o f Stillwater, will covered with a heavy coat of hair, worked In with the cultivator. Mulch
stead of his ideal he had married.
contractors, Caldwell & Drake, whom file articles o f incorporation next week which will cause them to perspire eas between the rows next month to keep
ordered discharged. for a company to carry out the idea. ily. This makes It very necessary to the berries clean and conserve moist
The building, which has cost nearly The company expects to secure the aid keep close watch on the shoulders and ure, using pine tag3, waste hay or
It neck where the collar rubs.
other clean vegetable trash.
$1 ,000,000 already, and which engin o f the government in the project.
eers say is only about half completed, plans to secure a large tract o f land
The collar should be a perfect fit;
has caused political contention for from the French and British govern one too large Is more dangerous than
The legislators have been ments, and will aid American negroes one a little small. The Inside of the
The Bureau of Chemistry of the the full confidence of the Well-Informed
in getting transportation to Africa, collar should be scraped each morning
charged in the courts with grafting.
United States Department of Agrtcul of the World and the C ommendation of
where special inducements will be made before It Is again put upon the horse.
ture has come out fiat footed In answer the most eminent physicians it was essen
to them in the way o f homes.
Girl Leads Rescue Party.
The harness should be oiled before to the question, “ When Is cheese not
Vancouver, B. C., June 15.— Urged
spring work is begun, so that it will cheese?" They say that when It Is tial that the component parts of Syrup
Mail Pouch Has Vanished.
on by thoughts that a brother moun
be soft and pliable. It Is a good plan “ soaked curd” It cannot be sold as of Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
Los Angeles, June 14.— A registered
taineer, Ralph Jennings, lay at the
to bathe the shoulders with cold wa cheese. Pseudo-cheese is produced by known to and approved by thorn; there
bottom of a drop in the mountains mail bag containing money and securi ter every night after the harness Is soaking the curd at a certain age In
suffering with a fractured leg. Miss ties valued at $50,000 has disappeared removed. You will also find that It cold water, draining It and putting the fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub
Baynes, teacher in a local school, while in transit from Los Angeles to will pay to remove the harness while curd to press. This treatment is car lishes a full statement with every package
started out t.t 4 o ’ clock yesterday- Bisbee, Ariz. It is not known with the horse Is eating his dinner.— Ex.
ried on solely for fraudulent purposes The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
morning nvt / a rough mountain trail certainty whether the bag has been
duct, which they demand in a laxative
H a o lln g F a rm
Ilrp e d ln g I p S to c k .
in search o f assistance.
Arriving at stolen or has been sent to some East
It Is said that a Pennsylvania farm
A Western stock breeder advisei remedy of an ethical character, arc assured
the Capilano hotel after six hours of ern postoffice through some clerical
travel, she organized a search party error. The missing mail pouch con er does not average more than one ton farmers to breed up stock rather than
tained. it is said, two registered pack of marketing to two horses, and he buy all pure-breds. He says that tc by the Company's original method of man
and led them to the wounded man.
ages from the First National bank of must send one man with every two establish a herd of pure-breds costs ufacture known to the Company only.
Los Angeles to the Bank o f Bisbee.
Rescued daps Travel Far.
horses. English and Scotch fanners more money than the average farmer
The figs of California are used in the
San Francisco, June 15.—The Brit
generally put two tons of marketing can afford, when the progeny Is to be production of Syrup of I igs and Elixir of
Jap Labor Leaders Indicted.
ish steamer Winnebago arrived last
on a one-horse cart, and place two of sold to the packers or the butchers.
Honolulu, June 14.— A hastily sum those carts In charge of one driver. Good females of pure-bred beef stock ! »Senna to promote the pleasant taste, but
night from Shanghai bringing five
Japanese, three men and two boys, moned grand jury today returned in The driver ties one of these carts be bring high prices, and the farmer the medicinal principles are obtained from
who were picked up off the east coast dictments against 17 Japanese who are hind the other and walks alongside of would need a considerable number to plants known to act mo«f beneficially.
o f Japan, May 29. The Japanese were leaders in the strike o f 9,000 Japanese the first one. Thus we have a foreign make a good start. But with a pure j To get its beneficial effects always buy
The indictments followed farmer doing with one man and two bred bull he can In a few years have
sighted 200 miles off the coast in a dis laborers.
mantled sampan. They will be turned the disclosures which resulted from horses the work an American farmer a herd of cows that will make It poe-1 the genuine -manufactured by the Cali
over to the Japanese consul to be re the search o f the offices o f the Japan takes four men and eight horses te do. slble to market beeves of high grads fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale
by all leading druggists.
ese newspaper Jiji.
turned to their own country.
p t ; 1 ApefffU
¡ou. Sour Stomach.Dlantua
Worms .f omuls ions .Feverish
as;« ness ami Lo ss OF S .
Facsimile Signature oT
G E N U IN E
The Kind You Have Always Bought
S®2Ò G uaranleed under t he ì oodaj
In Use For Over 3 0 Years
T H E C E N T A U R C O M P A N Y . T T M U R R A Y 6 TN C C T, N EW Y O R K C ITY.
T h l*
S h o u ld
A flavoring used the same as lem on or vanilla.
By dissolv in g granulated sugar in w ater and
adding M apleine, a del < ¡«.us yrup is m ade and
a syrup better than m aple. M apleine is sold by
If not send 35c fo r 2 oz. bottle and
recipe b ook . Creacent M fg. C o., Seattle, W n .
“ How does your wife like the new
“ She seems to be delighted with it.
She found a box of old letters in one of
the the closets.” — Chicago Tribune.
B re a th
‘ ‘For months I had great trouble with my
stomach and used all kinds o f medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green as
grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
weeks ago a friend recommended Cascarets
ami after using them I cau willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
shall recommend them to a n y on e suffer
ing from such troubles.” — Chas. H . Hal-
pern, 114 K. 7 th St., New York, N. Y.
P lea sa n t, P a lata b le, P oten t, T a s t e G o o d ,
D o G o o d . N e v e r S ick e n , W e a k e n o r G ripe.
10c, 25c. 50c. N e v e r s o ld in bulk. T h e g e n
uine ta blet s ta m p e d C C C . G u a ra n te e d to
cure or y o u r money b a c k .
DAISY FLY KILLER
p I a r 4- <1
an<l h i l l - a l l IIIt*—.
heut, clean, orna
mental, c o n v on -
le n t, ch e a p L a u t*
a ll A ea-on .
not hi ill or tip
over, will not soil
or injure a n y
Ol* a ll
dea ler*, or sent prepaid for 20 cents.
HAROLD SOMERS, I 50 Dekalb Aye.. B’ klyn., N. Y.
DR. W . A. W IS E
Y ea rs a L ead er in P ainless D ental
W ork in P ortland.
Should rem em ber th a t ou r f ree is so arra n ged
tha- W E C A N LX) TH K ilt E N T IR E C Qv\N.
B R ID G E A N D P L A T E W O R K IN A D A Y if
BO 1 T IV E L Y P A I N L E S S E X
T R A C T IN G F R E E w h ' n pla tes or hri Ives are or
d n e ! . W E R E M O V E T H E M O ST S E N S IT IV E
T E E T H A N D R O O TS W I T I I o l T THE LEAST
P A IN . N O S T U D E N T S , no u n certain ty .
F ifte e n
W e will g iv e you a g ood ‘22k g old o r porce
lain crow n f o r ........................................................ $3.50
22k b rid g e t e e t h ........................................................ 3.50
M olar c r o w n ................................................................ 5,00
Gold o r enam el fillin g s............................................ 1.00
S ilv er fillin g s..................................................................... 50
G o. h 1 rubb* r p la te s .................................................. 5.00
T h e b est red ru b b er p la te s .................................. 7.00
P ainless e x tra ction s . .
A LL W O R K GUARAN TEED 15 Y E A R S
D r. W
A . W i s e
President and M anager
The Wise Dental Co.
(IN C .)
T hird and W ash in gton Sts,
P N U
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PORTLAND. 0 R E ._ J
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Upon receipt o f
your address we will send you at once a copy o f our Free Bulletin No H 2 on
“ How to Build Rural Telephone Lines and llieir Costs”
W e have sold nearly fifty thousand
farmers’ telephones since March ist.
T he cost is very low where each sub
scriber helps build the line. Get your family
doctor and merchant interested, it helps them
and the whole com m unity as well as you.
B V H s r r B F - 'i N m
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T he world’ » oldest and largest tele
phone manufacturer. I here are over
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Salt f ake City