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. Hatching Kggr-From Bellevoe str
ain M B. Turkey 25c each, large
,Tim;. S.OV White Leghorns, LOO
-.. to per setting, and Sicilian
Butter Caps 3 per truing. Write
H. F. J. Hlererkropp, Hood -lilver
B.F D. 1. Oregon, r 40-40
For SaleForty large vigorous
Barred Rock cockerels and
pullets for breeding and exhib-
. ition. ThompwnsStrainat$2:60
, f and upwards. Write" tne Your
Wants. P. H. Wightman.J,
7 Heppner, OieT
Bred To Lay A neon as. Errs
from large well mottled birds.
Pea. headed by large male bird.
f-JSettingB $2:00 per 15. Mrs. J.
a. Waters. lone. Ore. . . tf
KUUH FOB HATCH I NO Oak Hill
Farm, selected tliorobred, poult
ry, egg rur hnUhlng from-cholce
pens of Whit Wyundotts, S. C.
Khode li(io J Bed, Anconai, Buff
Lughorns, 8. C. White leghorns.
(uwd and white and purs, white
Indian HmiTier Ducks, epeclul price
11.35 per lfc Choice Mammoth
Uronw Turkeys, eggs 20c encti. Ad
dress Oak Hill Farm, The llnHes,
iiTFito v ki "bTiTvk it " c X m i' in "kh
Hens beautifully barred. Headed
hy a soiLof Imported KItno, who
took first premium, at Manchester.
England, and took flint at Ohio
State Fair In clans of sixteen. Kgg
fftSO for IB. Interfile exit re
placed If returned within 16 (lay
' Mrs. J. p. Nairn, 374 No. Church fit.
Halemv Oregon. 4i'.fil
Mum moth - Bronie Turkey and.
Fawn and While Indian Bunnur
Ducks. Turkey egg 2b ymitt each.
Duck eg , 6 cents each. N. MrKhi
ley. Jfi. 3, Box 100, Uresnutii, Oreg
EOUHfor huUhlug from M. U. tur
kefs and Toulouse geese 21 cents
each. 1. K. duckn, H. 8. HainburK
and Buff Orpingtons 8 cents em-h.
J. Wellborn. Warren, Orejrnn. 48 52
We will sell during April Hud May
' egge for hatching, from birds aver
" aiflng 200 eicgs a year for H,t per
setting of 16, 5.0t er hundred.
White Plymouth Kocks only.
C, L. 8tll well. Wood burn, Urenron.
- Flrwell Poultry Farm. ' 4ifc&2
For Halje KuuUsh l'eitcilwl ImlUtii I
Banner duck eggs, 1 per duien
Blnais comb Ancoiius and wbllw
' Leghorn egg. $1 tor 16; $2.60 per
80. John Kltndt. P. O. Box 304
The Dalles. Oregon. -Wi
i-atiABANTicili Eos Now rady.
Partridm Wyandotte eggs for
hatching 2 00 iier 16. Every egg
tested and guaranteed fertile. H.
KnameQlNrir. lone. Ore. 44-611
Whitb Wtandottks Trniested
winter layers trntn prlie winning
to': won silver ciiu second time
-In class of tW birds. Htoes and egg
Kfnnewles. Wash.- 44-Kl
Bnv CHims-lWulte LetrtioriwjHhip-
jied on approval. Kiamtne at your
.home tiefoiv remlttlr g. No wen
ones charged for Behellvllle Hittctt
ry, K. 1 Hone una, Cal. 44-6:1
Rhmle Ulainl lttl chicks, hundnd-,
thoumindi. We luiWh all year for
Broiler Tftrme. fwectnJ prk-es
Finest hatchery on coast. Htwk,
hatching eggs. I'ebhleslde I'ottlt
ry Farm and llauhery, Sumiyvale.
PIckertnK'e U. ' clas
' Buttrcuis. 1 lUu'lMMiktug orders
from these high class birds, 2.60
for IS. Write about my stock. .K.
KslHta Pickering, Khrllcb. Wash.
FiHKl.tcss briMMler free with .W or 100
d yold White leghorn chicks at
fOeeach. Hreeders lor sale. Raker
Hart Poultry Farm, H. S, Hsaver-
- tun, Oregon. W8
Fou HAi.s-iilg type registered Duroc
Jerseys, txith sexes, weanling pigs
10 each. One 8 year old loar. J.
R- fo'-i'". Hood K1wnj..4jU4jj
Ir Vow Want E-jw get Blue Andelu
Ions, Have bred and exhibited
them for 12 years. Tber iny lanie.
whltecKgs Junt the Juwl fur -tHe
farmer. 1. Calbreath, Monmouth,
Ctretrtm. ..-. r- 47-M
fon Hai.k Kggs fur hatching, 0,
Brown Leghorn and Mottled An-
eonas, II for' 16; ebotce stwk.
Ueorgs H, Jacobsen. The fialles.
Oregon. R 8 TeL JKPU 46-64
.IHa Bmmnn Arumn, rssidsnss tur
. shIs). No, f K. atrd and lvaa.-10)x
100 poroer lot Work from rarllne
newly painted and renovated flre-
side with full bassBMWit, furnatej
and. elegant fireplace, price T7 jA
"owner J. J. Kenny, Iona, Orregoii
Turn Is A BAMus-ree cask buys!
this ulce horn at U rants Fassv Or.
In located Id beet part of town.
lotsbeetsoll, good bungalow, clear
--- of tucumbraoce. , Pries only S6Q,
KSOcasb and the rest at 10 per
month, 6 per cent Interest. For
further particulars Inquire of own-
er, K. H. Mc Mullen, 738 8th Street,
lOOaerea timber, Klaoatb County.
rulslng 010.000- -feet, tor - sale
reasonable If taken at once; make
me an offr W. B. PostuvBex 32.
Ft. Lttpton, Colo.- oH-50
Fou HAi.it CM acres first class land
half inlle water front Columbia
Hirer, .Morrow County, Oregon;
a:.tfl pur acre, one-third Rash,
buluuee B per cent Kalpn Hmallea,
L. C. Smith Build lug-, Seattle. 4-56
Fou 8a Lie Dairy farm of ISO acres
ut Nuhalem Junction, near Ooble,
fronting on uoluuibfarlver-, 70 acre
meadow, ' .remainder rtcbr bench
html 17 cuttle, mostly Jersey milk
era, a horses, 200 poultry; liuple
meuu all Included; 99Tuu; terms;
otiie""irude; for particulars, 640
East th st., Portland. Call at the
Journal offlce and see descriptions,
Choice seashore lot, Brighton Beach
at a barg-uln. It's worth 47iXJ.
now -ouly $4.r0 cash Writs US
Peter Uamls, tit. Helens, -OreKon.
, ' " 41-60
Otdarcroft Acres-Acres and half ac
res cheaper than city lots; alt Im
proved; on hard-surfaced road
For price and terms see the owner
John W. Aleiauder, 11117 North
western Bank Bldg., Phone 1821.
Portland. Ore. 40-49
Cornelius Lots Must sacrifice two
,leet located lots In Cornelius; lots
1 an I 2 block 41, for the sum of 226
cosh Address B. W. Nelson, box
162, Uukllteo, Wash. 40-48
M Fakus Fok jHaijb lUnavs from
4S to 200 per acre. In tracts from
7 acres to 900. Reasonable terms.
For further Information address
Phil Marquam, real estate agent.
Marquain, Ore. 44-&B
Fou Ha lb 10 acre chicken ranch, ira
DroTed, all equipped, ready to take
- In the money, m - bargain, terms
. W. W, Kelly et Son. Bakersneld.
Fob Haijc 2Q acres raw land In
artesian water belt; a bargain,
price (46 per acre terms. W, W.
Kelly ft Son, Bakersfleld CaL
HoMKsTKAiMt- 820 acres, total eost
from here 166, near K R., fine
climate, rich land,- good water,
southern . Utah. Also relinquish
tnents at s2 to sV per act. Settle
ment ret-u I red 8 months after filing.
Writs Z. It. Shlpmao, B. 4 Lodl,
tVml acres, 9 blocis Irvlngton
club bouse, S bit ess scbooL No
trades. P. O. Box 4M, Portland,
Oreiron. , . 44-63
.'ioo will buy 8 acres, house, barn
orchard, fifteen minute walk from
Baptist- College, Address M.,l
Biuiouson, McMlnnvills, Oregon.
KOB 8ALK 400 acres In Gilliam
County. Thli land can ba. bought
fur small payment down and the
balance can be made ou terms to
suit the purchaser. Located Ave
miles from Hwesriuar Bock
Creek. W. B Blley, Owner, La
Pine, Oregon. AMI
(lllliani Wberler Co. wheat and
-mUKk ranches. se my free printed
Hat liefore buying. A- O. Ralston
Fossir, Oregon. 48-62
Pine improved' land for sale at
$20 per acre. Crop, Stock and
Improvements in lots of t sec
tion and up. Terms one-third
cash; balance long time with
interest. This Is some of the
best land in Morrow County.
AddressWournal Office, lone.
fifLArRB dairy and hog ranch 80 ac In
cultivation; well fenced and water
ed; partly stocked; good hnlldlngs.
Spring crops In, 4 miles rallmari
and good town on good road, one
foorth mlletn church and school;
no commission, no Interest; oae
ealf cash, balance w-rrsa T. Kroea-
nng. owner, Woodland, Wash. -sTM
HsAimrt'L riRTiLR Lavu, La
I lomssteads and cheap mat lands
with many years to pay, send 40c
for beautiful Atlas, and reliable tn
fiwraatloa describing and tMllag
all about aaM laada Toar ssoaey
back If not satlfled, . OomaraUva
" Land Coloalsatraa Dept., bos 618,
Lewtetna. Idaho. 7-tfS
Nones) Having decided tospead lbs
rent of my days In Morrow Ooanty
TaTrr Inr tart far faini nl H bffti f
TasvsrybsstofsoU wlthseop In
Orchard la good shape. Oa the
Columbia River, 40 muss from Port
land, 1 miles from Corrollls, Wash.
Oood house and barn and other
buildings, a bancs, of horses, cattle,
hogs, goats, fowls, vehicles, farm
machinery and household goods
go with place, price $4800. I will
take Ions property as part pay
ment. Anyone Interested ss Dtek
Turpi", tot barber. Ions, Oregon.
.... - ,- -tf
OwiMo to poor health, I wish to sell
ify farm of 180 acres located 8 mfl
8. W. of If olalla; 100 acres In euitl
vation; 1 miles from Toder sta
tion on W. V. S. electric line; a
sacrifice at t)00 per acre; also 800
acres of other land to sell to set
tle an estate. C. K. Jndd. MoJalla,
Oregon. R. F. D. No 1. 46-64
Fon Bxim or Trad White Bock
Dairy Farm flvs miles from lone,
with or without stock, 900 acres
( more or less to suit purchaser) of
best Eastern Oregon wheat land,
fenced, new bouts 34x80, barn
18x40, and many other Improve
ments If sold In 80days wUlleterop
go with place. I also hold lease
on 480 acres of fine bunch grass
pasture adjoining my farm; will let
. that go If so desired. Will sell
cheap, see me for terms. 0.. H. Calk
ins, Box 110, lone, Oregon.
Fou Salic or Fxcuanob J20 acres In
Ferry Canyon, Gilliam Co Ore
All fenced, t barb wire, cedar post
good grain land, about half lit
cultivation, will exchange' for
Southern- California "property or
sell cheap for cash. Might give
terms or consider heavy team,
harness and wagon on deal Ad
dress O. H. Bell, lot Park Av-..
Corona, Cal. - 46-62
Houan 7 rooms. Improved, electric
lights,- gas, chicken bouse, fruit
trees, 46 by 208, easy terms. Owner
861 E.48th. Portland. Ore. . 47-66
Fob Sal Highly Improved ten
acre orchard, seven acres set solid
to Phillip Cling Peach.- 2rcri
to young apricots peaches 7 yrsold
la full bearing, large crop now ou
trees- -Abundance of ''water cost
two dollars per acre, per annnm.
Good house, barn, etc-. Address
-W-.8. Bather, Hemst, Cal. 47-40
Fob 8a lb Gattlbm ait, ir too ark
looking for an a-1 range I have It.
- It Is 18 miles of mountains, vallev
and foothills' 700 or mora bead of
cattle, mostly whits faces. 10 grade
bulls, with spring Increase coming,
about 80 horses, ranch houses, eor-
rala, piping, pumps; la fact every,
thing necessary for a growing
stock ranch. Satisfactory reasons
-for sailing. Pries t,W, bi cash
balance i, 2. 8 years, which the ml
crease will nearly take care of For
further Information writ-. Suet ry
C. Taylor, Kingman. Arli. - 4M-6T
Fob Bbnt 104-acrs dairy farm. hS
acres under cultivation, balanoe
pasture. New 7-room house, good
barn with room for SO cower good
srranarr and several ehtoken
bouses. Bent for s8W or ml!
mm AH ....... . . ,
ell on vary sasy terms. Address
Urant PtAciard, Toledo, Wa.h.4856
For Salt or Trade 19 room hoteL
In Willamette Valley town, of
2,000 population, now rented
$86 per month, lease expires.
Sept 1 will trade for Eastern
Oregon land. . Apply Journal
Fob Balk Small hotel, 14 bedrooms
new furniture and new building;
headquarters for traveling men
and sportsmen; a bunting and
Ashing resort; good business.
Must sell on account of sickness.
Address, J. C. Dixon, Elk City, Ore
Fob fUi Patent outright of best
pa teat gats made, 11600 tf sold at
once, Boby Clay, 659 East Main
Lsxlngtoa, Ky. . 441
FOB SALE Ifovlng picture theatre
m Astoria, Or., terms. Might rent
to responslbls party. Partleulara,
D. U. Wslcb. Astoria, Oregua.4SM
FOB SALE One complete No. 1
Eureka StoasrCrnshlag Plant. A I
no. Is 1-s acres of hud all In cultl-
vatloa, 8 acres yosng bearing or
chard. S acres 1 year old straw
, berries, 10 la. water, 4 room old
houea, City water for domestic us.
Joins city limits at north and east
ioev 1 1-1 block from store,
blocks to pubtts and blocks to
high school, an cesseat walks.
mall delivered twice a day, easy
tsress, . John loan, Owasr, Hood
stiver, Orsgoa. . , 4&S
HrartAL Baljs Nvw
Hares, S AS moatha old. aleaeh.
S pair. ' H. C Hagua, Coeur D'
A teas, Idaho. - 44 U
BatuaiAM Hasbs tlnrsi tllitj stutk
w" f-iriirrr duck eggs,
gi st perls, Mrs. W. C. Morwv, 8t
Comthm4 &om pmgt oae
worth while. . To many of the
members the work la new, but
if they-continue aa they have be
gun, the results will be very
In District No 82, Hiss Ruth
Bowman and eleven pupils were
working diligently. A new dic
tionary baa been recently placed
in the school room. I noted that
the pupils are making quite ftn
extensive study of flowers.
In District No. 87. Miss Mabel
Wood was just dosing the work
of the term. Some toprovements
have been made in the burfding
and equipment since my former
visit. New windows have been
placed in the building.,, a new
floor has 'been laid, and hew
window boards provided. , A new
dictionary Has been added to, the
library, and a fine book-case has
been purchased for the library
books. The money which was
Spent for these improvements
was raised by a basket social. ; '
Miss Vera Langdon teaahes in
District No. 2i, She and her
pupils have worked hard for a
standard school. v A new cloak
room has been built at the front
of the building, which is a great
improvement. A flag pole has
been erected, and the flag is kept
flying. The floor has been oiled.
- A swing, a see-saw, a merry-go-round,
and a croquet set have
been ad'ded to the play apparatus.
A book -case has been provided
fof the books. A new dictionary
has been purchased recently. A
new jacket forthe stove has been
ordered, and when It is placed
around the stove, the school will
be entitled to the full number of
stars for a standard school.
Dr. Sheldon reports that only
about onevthird of the teachers
of the county have enrolled for
thereadingcircle work. Teachers
should not neglect this. : The
time is growing short.' School
boards should not sign up con
tracts until the teachers have the
reading credit, so there will be
no doubt about the -registration
of their certificates.
The Cost ef Smeka '
A eloud of black smoks hovering over
s city stgnlOea Industry. It also ssr-
nlSes extravspince. A lack t cses
In the using of fuel Is doubly exaeta-
Irs, for the damage It causes costs lbs
city many hundreds, of tboUsattfls of
dollars and waatss for the city aa ea
greater amount of money.
Chicago, for mats nee, has am actual
nu,r. b"' -rfPPbW
;fw.uw,uu cincinnnn par sruu a
tsauiy wKMn Its mu-
and buildings and the cost ef wash
tag, repainting and repaperlsg are tha
chief Items In this expense. But the
greatest expense Is the expense wblcb
comes from the reckless waste of ts
valuable byproducts of the cosL
Ons of the chief elements et the re
markable commercial success of Gr
many sj due to the fact that In the fa
therland SB per cent of the byproducts
of the burning coal are utilised tn many-l
. ' Bow many pounds
of these very
same byproducts so- out af toe ehixs-
neys or our great nianufacturuig ett--
les every year can never be estimated.
But -the facts, ere that we utilise 90
per cent ef the nrodoets as eomparedl
with Germany's S3 per cent
Bxtravagance seems to bars had ks
day with the Qsopls f America. Beoar
per year raislug Canaries. Ti
new Industry. Start at, ho-aex
Spare time. We show yon Issar
partlculars free. The J. O.
Mitchell Sales Co., Jl Unfre isfty
Ave., Berkerly. Cal. 4tt-ft7
Sudan 8bbo Best In Texas;, stfld
sally tnspected. Twenty pssmds
gv dollars, flfty pounds tea) dul-
lars, . cultural Inforroafata free.
Order aow. We are inak Jag these
prices to doss out. Mai as Textla
Sorghum Hoover corn. Asnartllo
Bssd Co., Amariilo, Texn K 4K-5T
.m. VKMraSSaBBBBW SSBBBlBBai
RxrauBWCBD farmer and stocAmaa.
BUtrrfed, wants position an work
ing foretuaa aa ranch, or -would
lease faros with stocA- and! Imple
ments fnratobed. osx3SS, Uver-
toa, Oregon- - 47-4S
Fountain pea $1 raJtr with : recipe
how to make black teat for oal v Sftc.
Bead today. L. Fansr, Boosi rreft.
Wash. boxt. lfc
Fob HAta-Whoksaleaad retail f rain
and bay business he as of rhs best
SsaaB sowsa hi Bnstseis Cam Ks
taMlsaed ten yeara, dwilnsi g -aod
bMlneea. Will otre si aS six
taouaaad doUara. Isvtse rasa U
gatloa by party ahar so baa) die.
Address Baa P.. B
Cora, Tomatoes, Beans, Peas,
Asparagus, Squash, Clam, Shri
mps, Sweet Pickles, Sour Pickles'
Tea, Coffee all kinds of Spices
v NONE BETTER IN TOWN
r Egg City Cash Store
Joe Mason Prop. f-v .... lone, Oregon
our is-now Jlj)anuer. snd one of the
Orst snd most apparent economies Is
that to be effected by s more, careful
supervision of the use of fuel Town
A Live City.
Tb lndustrlsl AmHiclstlon of Keo
kuk. Ia.. has pnrcbaned sn Industrial
tract., laid It oat. decided upon s plsu.
fur the city, won s freight rate ee.
Installed n uVhting system snd surted
tit work on the Improvement of the
river frunl All expeis for these 1m
praeemeulM have been met in roll. It Is
reported. . .
' Metsrs Insooesfsle New. '
Maker u motor ears were advertl
log a few years ago automobiles In
which alt parts were aecesslbls. To
day they are carefully Inclosing all
vital parts of tbeh-csrs to make them
lusccesslbta This Is because the ma
chinery of a motor car should not be
touched by any one except an expert
machinist, .and the "acces-dme" ears
were too great a temptation to inex
perienced owners, who often damaged
them with their tinkering. . .- -
"Tsw Lincoln Highway.
The Lincoln highway from New Tort
le San - Francisco has progressed ss
well In b year's time that-we may res
inably believe that It will be finished
without mHoubI aid. Ohio has com
pleted over three-fourths of bar part
tt the bigbwsy. and In many other
xtates the work Is going forward. Tns
whole road Is already In such condi
tion that a a to mobiles esn make the
trsnscceitlnentsl trip III less than a
month. . ,
- ' Isws's B'O Dry dock.
Few persons think of lows as state
where there Is great Interest In ship
ping matters, yet st Keokuk they have
last built a drydock 403-feet long. 160
feet wide and Ml feet deep the largest
Inland drydock In the world. There the
Ht earn boats of the Ohio and the Hlssls
tlppl can have any repairing they ma
FHEH0HT AND KIT CARSON.
Pen Pleturse ef Je Psthflwdsr and the
Fsmdbs Soeut. . .
In -Kit Caraoa Days." by Edward
L 8s Ma. we got tats gUapss af the
psrsooal appearance of Careoa and
"In Jons. 1841. earns tha fateful
sMetlag of the trapper scout, already
known tbrougtiout the west, and the
Path nder whoss great fams was StUI
Ths te msa were eoposltsa Oar
Jon was fteotcb-lrlsa, gray tains eyed,
sandy complex looed tsoasr his nut,
tight haired, rather fist fee tared,
gritty, hot ss qulst and ordinary both
In appearance and tasnasr that few
sot kAowtaig Ids aaaw would bestow
epos him awes than a passing glance.
Fremont was French, fhlig bias
eyes, oar waits eomnlexlOB. thick
browa hair, tea tares regular and wvai,
dlsposltloa sensldre, quick, eager and
indomltebls.- Few would forget bias.
"rreraoot was a scholar sf both
Asaeriesa and con tines tal accchab
amenta At tins time Caraoa could sot
read nor writ eves sJs own saam
and bis speech vn In 1808 was of
as tots wnsrata auagted Meckaa, la
dlan and auny a frontier Kogflsa
tbar, foot' BMuaMcread,' porV ste.
Bat he spok at. sjor kusruags than
dM rratnoac ntrasslt not only bssag
fluent fa Bngusn. rraaca, aaatab sad
several tadaw tsngsss, aH
orally, bat sisn Mag weal
with the sign hug-aags
and f trail. "
Of tMa mil tins so tha
from St. Loo is, eeat-e cossradeshtp
Srat sad frtsodsblp that asvar sas
d. In Callfersls and b.tb Mssleaa
straggie the snaf-bassa af
and their taysNy s Mm Sag
Frash Bread, Cakea, and Pastry
of all kinds evary day at the
TCity Market, looa, Oregon.
Dave Rogers was in this week
If not satisfactory, return
and have replaced or get
your money baclU- :' ! .
The above is the picture of
Rev. E. T- Starkeywho recently
accepted the pastorate of the
Baptist Church of this City.-
Rev. Starkev comet from Amity, "
Oregon, where he - was pastor -for
almost four years. ; Prior to
this he was pastor at Mitchell -Oregon,
-where between 40 and
60 were added to the church.
Before entering the pastorate
he was engaged in evangelistic
work for some time. Rev.
Starkey come swell recommend-
ed and the members of Baptist
Church are fortunate in getting
such an able man to take charge
of the pastorial work for the
ORIGIN OF A PHRASE.
" , '
ftreetey Was Net the First 4 Say, -Q
Wsst, Young Msa." -Who
said. "Go west, young manr
The phrase has often been credited to
Horace Greeley, but ' be was not the
first to ase It sod ones denied that be
sold tt. It was written hy John B. U
Souls, a brilliant young nun who ed-'
I ted the Terre Haute Bxpraae In
1851-S. Blcnard - W. Thompson of
Terrs Haute advised him to go wsst
and grow Sp with the country, adding.
iWhy, John, you eouM writ an arti
cle that would be attributed u Horace
Greeley If yoo tried.
Boole modestly doobtsd lU but
Thompson Insisted, snd Souls prom-
bred to try. The result wss sa article
in the Kxpreea on the' opportunities
offered to young men by tut west,
which began by saying that Horace
Greeley, could never here given bet
ter advice then that contained tn the
words "Go west young man." It was
a supposltltloun q Dotation from Greet
ley. but tbe article wss copied, and
pretty soon tbe soppositltJous phrase
was attributed es Greeley sJsMelf. .
After It bad received wide drcalstloa
the New York Tribune came oat with
a reprint of tbe Kx press artMa. ac
cosspanled by fooinot by Mr. Gree
ley saying that he wss not the suthor -of
the expression, rent' as fully In
dorsed It snd joined fn ssyiag. "Go
wsst, young man; go
" ' Vsry Ingsgiaa.
Aunt Anne Tour wife M
dean William: she has sorb sagaging
ways. Mr. Stubbs Bight yon ars.
sunt; she has ssrgsged fully tw doasa
different eeaka hi the brat stx am tns
to my carta la kaewlsdg. Florida
1 The Dry SaSL
"1 sboald think yea would save aro
frrred the amty ta tn nsTy-r
"No. bsb'sba. rd rather do unr SsrsaV
teg on wstsr snd keep dry tbaa aa
lead sad have to suns ksso sw a
iter fa the tram ban an tha ttsss.
Detrett Flea tas.