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MEnTORPMATti TlIBPM,Bf MBPlTOnt). OBKflQKj AVUDNIjRlV.Y. .IIDiY I, 11)1-1,
Tho icKulnr monthly mc'tltiR or
the aeliool board will lio holil next
Ml Krnnrea Kenny of Jnckaum lllo
vlsltdl with Mien Vera l)lmtehd
.1. 0 OcrklnB, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Xegattvca made nni'
whero, tlmo or place. Studio 228
Main t3U Phono 320-J.
Charloa Ilar.rlrlpB and wife, who
aro with the Jlolon Ideal Oper
company have returned to vanillic
Tor a mitnmor ciipaBament over jthi
Holmes Insures homes.
O. 1. l)aldon and bride re
turned tltls nmrnltiB from a honey
moon trip through the northern part
of the otnte. ,
Order ybnr fruit labels bf the Med
ford l'rlntjw; Co. and Keep the money
Mrs. Fret! Lejxls of AVcllcii spnt
Wednesday In Medford with friend.
Dan Kvans of the Steamboat dis
trict Is Fpcndlnft n Tew days In tho
city on ttiiflncro.
Kresh llmo. Medford Mir. Co.
Doc HclniH has shipped his horses
to Grants Pass Tor tho Fourth of
CarXIn & Taylor, lawyers. (John
II. Carktn, Glenn O. Taylor), Has-klnr-rtoydcn
Hid.. Main stroot.
Mlaa Dorothy Wicks, who was with
the Hmstou Ideal Opera company will
not return homo direct as expected,
but will vl.Mt with friends and rela
tives In Lincoln, Neb., this summer.
Milk ahd cream at DeVoo's.
Not a breath of air was stirrlnB In
tho city this noon and the flap of
tho weather bureau hung limp. It
was sultry, and the thermometer at
tho Commercial club registered 94
degrees. Tuesday the official report
gave tho tcmperatnro as 9S degrees.
Pair weather Is predicted for the
Fourth" of July.
Tho finest equipment In Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Attorney Porter J Ncff transacted
legal luirlncM in Jacksonville Tues
Hay for salo. "W. II. Evcrhard.
Tom Johns of Walking, Oregon, Is
In tho city for a few days to celebrato
tho Fourth of July away from tho
hills, lie tay s tlw people tot the up
per Applcgato ard planning on hold
ing thelr-annual. celcbratloa and
A "King Spitz" cigar Is horns made
Try one, 5c.
It. I). Iloko will lea re tomorrow
'for Cold Hill to secure canning con
tracts for hlg new cannery.
Try a "Spit" cigar, best 5c cigar
on tho market.
A. S. Dean of Iloscburg Is ono of
tho out-of-town visitors In the city
Only one kind of kodak finishing
at Weston's Camera Shop, that's the
best. Over 11 Theater.
Dr. and Miss Conroy, Mr. and Mrs
K. O. Drown loft Wcdneiday mnrnlnt;
on an auto trip to Klamath Falls
where they will spend the Fourth.
ir you want a lithographed fruit
label Instead of a printed ono, see
us, wo aro agents for Schroftz Litho
graph Co. Medford Printing Co.
J. I Walte, Jr., and son an Dyko.
or Parson, Kansas, arrived this
morning to visit a fow weeks with his
nlftcr, Mrs. II. R. Smith and his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Walte, of
72S West Fourth street.
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Over Isis Thea
ter, Tho county court lfjholdlng Its
regular monthly session In Jackson
ville today, with Commissioner Smith
and I.eevcr, and County Judge Tou
Voile in attendance.
Dr. fyrtlo tackwood will limit her
offlco hours during July and August
Id Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
a to 4 p. 111, 97
For a tlmo Tuesday afternoon dur
ing tho grass flro In tho Hlgucroft
addition It looked like tho automobile
of J, W. Mitchell would buin up Mr
Mitchell drov'o tho car Into tho path
of tho flumes, not thinking the
would evor reach that far. They
did, ami when ho tried to start the
machine It balked like u Hlllcreat or
chard mule. An S, O. S. call was
uetit out, and a scoro of men pushed
tho car to safety,
Itoyal Ilakery goods at DeVoea.
Tho barber ahops of the tit) will
bo opcliod tintll'tcn o'clock I'rlda
cvonlnft, and will bo closed all day
Saturday. Tho stores of tho city will
bo clood all day too,
Medford Cotihorvatory reduced pri
ce for music lessons bogin July 1st.
Advanced students' will he taken at
tho name low prlru us hogliiiioni.
Oprn all milliliter. :il Urapo utrool.
1). L, Swlharl of Derby Is spending
hejow da$a W$jc.IttM,l!b)M)(fkV .
i, iu. Kiigore or itoguo mvor mo
tored to Medford for a fow hours
Judgo Wlthlnpton leaves today for
(Iranta Pass to tako chnrgo of tho
novelty features of tho Fourth of
July celebration at that place.
. Untfl July K wo will reecho order
for special throe color apple and pear
stationery at cut prices reduced
from $8.50 to $4.00 with your busi
ness card thereou. Medford PrlntluB
Henry Hates Is taking -hltf hom'tall
resi irom nis moors as a unisonal
artist, remaining in the city until af
ter tho Fourth of July.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isis
j Attorney H. F. Mulkoy "wUl'W lnj
urmur i inc uo) m 10c i.uivo .recK
celebration of the Fourth of July.
Screen doors at Medford l.br. Co.
it. r. Campbell or Asmanu was a
business visitor In tho city Tuesday
Call Mitchell for lawn mower trou
bles. Phone 2G.
Attorney A. C, Hough of Grants
iPa Is a visitor In the city Wednes
, Fruit labels artistically printed in
any and all colors. Medford Print
Chief of Police lllttson attached a
speedometer to himself Tuesday and
at, the end of tho day's work tho rec
ords showed that ho walked 1$."I
Mhllos.1 Tho chief 'estimates that ho
hiked 25 miles during hts waking
Seo It. H. McCiinly for Aetna Fi
delity and Surety Honda.
Hon Knsor of tho Trail district Is
npenuing a tew nays in too city on
1 We havo a $3500 press, recently
Installed especially for printing fruit
labels. Medrord Printing Co.
?ThV Hen Hur lodge held a dance In
ff&V&talorlum Tuesday ovenlnc.
TJ. C, Pendleton of tho Tablo Itock
district spent Tuesday afternoon In
MItw.a(far5.Qtvvlifo that barflo you
much benefit can be derived by con
sulting a reliable, clairvoyant. Mmo.
Dreyrus answers your spoken or
mental questions', tells your most
kctret thoughts? Advice on love.
business, speculation, mining, etc.
hidden secrets revealed, draws pic
tures and other wonderful things.
Strictly confidential. Colonial Flats,
apartment 2. 91
S. S. Qnllls ha returned from y
tattalness' trip to Portland and Salem.
nilO.UlO, July 1. The IVdetnl
l.unKlie will jnwtkt Hie Slieiniiin nuti
trut law-.ui.itM jjVlit for the services
f ilorirn!. and Clime, nceordiut; to
t MnAemcil( todnv by President tlil-
moie. thtirK0 Hint otyunired bue
ball i n combination in roMminl of
trade will be made by nttonte.vs for
the imlerHtnuYiit loacue when the next
UinejoCdne MnrMius eixe w leneheu,
I'rvjMiient uiimoie ahl his irnuttc
wiw tuU di-eonnmod bv the mere
mlinir in the Federal eourt of uppealjt
In the Killifer eu-e nt, fitirinniul ,e.
teidny. Neither the ten !av elmie
nor tho reserve rule, on which the
main Federal fi:ht lm lieeti hilled,
wit directly inoled in tlu KtllilYi-etii-e,
he said, mid with added eviden
ce lie declared himolf confident that
higher court- would Mistniit the
claims of Hie new lencue.
REOPENS IN MEXICO
MKXH'O CITY, July 1. The
American school here wne rc-opened
tin- mornini; with mer.lhtcc hund
red American pupili. Seeml mem
bers of the old fpcullv who hail re
mained nt the city, took charge.
B RULE ,!,!'
I . . k"
IN HOUSE OF
EVANS VALLEY BREEZES
-TJlS, nj'iwlou .of the Salvation -Army
In tlilsfclty took anaew torn this
morning, when the captain and the
lassie, began tho work of selling War
Three or four color fruit labels,
your own design as ordered. Med
ford Printing Co.
Three Mexicans, ono of whom had
no shoe, and had his feet encased
in gunny sacks, passed through Med
rord Tuesday night, bound south. As
they showed no Inclination to stop,
tho polleo did not bother them. They
packed all they possessed In this
world on their back.
HALF MILLION DOLLAR
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., .I.ilv 1.-
Ncmilfh f cforls made In Hid inter
est of tho advancement of homeo
pathy iluriif'; Hie lnt year were out
lined today by (ivnrc Koynl I)e
Moiiio., chnirmnn of (lie council on
medical education, nt the American
Institute of Homeopathy convention
iii this city.
Dr. Koynl nmiounccd Hint a ha
pilnl with college facilities costing
V)(IO,000 would lio built in Knnkn
City. A Hurvev of every tnte hiH
been made to 11ml rcxouice for the
eliibli"hmeiil of nev 'iiOinuomtliic
hospitals nnil coce, dnd much will
lie done uIoiik this lino during tho
next ;ear, lie muh
U, I J
Weeks it McGowan Co.
NfM V, W, Wm I MM
nm&$ A H On P7ffftf
''ll l '! t $1 IH l
NBW YOHK. July 1 --Complaints
inado by inenibora or tho Grain Deal
erh' association of Chicago regarding
tho prlvato leased ,wre of tho tele
phone and telegraph coinpaiilet'werpj
Investigated today at a hearing of
Ui 9 Intor-stato commerco commission.
Tho order dlrcitlr.g the Invostiga
Hon allpged tho rompartlos, by leas
Inn wires, tilvch less rut on than tho
pilhlUhed turlff and that thcio wlics
uio iucd by othors beside thoso wlfo
I cam for prlvato commercial husi
Tim Amerlmn Toloidiuno and
Toloxraph company, tho J'ota Tclo
(miIi company uml tho Wuiumt
I'nloij' TnjcKrapIr loinpaw iw r
rintcd at tiiti Ih'anng 1y clihlivl.
Inrwlf) Hiw 1
Hy MoklN ML pilt, th bMt le
wr on be Hierkvt,
Monday, June '2'2, .Mr. and Mr. K.
P. Chandler cejcbralcil their twcnly
fiJ'tli wedding ntiiiicrar. A Inrpe
number of their friends were present.
Tlie evening wax h,iiI in games mid
MtiyiniT of old time ong. The wed
ding ceremony was ngain repented
nud the gifts of friends presented.
when all went to Hie dining room
where a sumptuous repnst was pre
pared. O. H. Stewart was toi-t
mnster and proved himsejf pn-tmnrl-er.
In the wee sniu iiours Hie party
broke up and will hold in memory an
evening Hi at will be 11 pleasure to re
call. Those present were .Mr. nud
Mrfc. 1 loonier, John Hillis, Hecrs,
Dimiek, Potter, Stewart, Miller, Sum
mcrs Miutliorn, Scott nud Wood-
ward, nud Mi-s Helen Miiilhoru,
Agnen Scolt nnd Delin Ilurkhnrt,
Mnster Dwight Summer, (leorgt
Scott nnd Donald Diuitnick.
i , jnwatt.unu'c Hillis AMiffWiAs been
visiting lit Hie home of S. L. Laiiduy
returncti Home. Mie was nct'ompau-
led by Miss (llndy- Liiuduy.
ine loiiowing were .iiciitoni vii
lors, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Summers,
John II. Ilillis nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
Miss Hazel Moore tpent the weeks
end at the home of Mis-, Lauretta
John and Mark Neiithnmor, Win.
Hillis Tom Odin, S. If. Moore, Kd
Oummick nnd Fred llonncr were in
Hognc Kiver during Hie week..
David I (en fran is visiting nt Hie
home of Jim On ens.
Miss Kvn Mngtiely motored with
friends lo Kugene nnd. Portland.
Mr. and Mr. Jencll nnd Mr. nnd
Mrn. SiimiieNoii of Sun 1'rnhcisco
were giieslH of Mesdnmcs Dimmick
and Hcers. They made Hie trip in
their nnto. "
Miss Edna Van fimdliein was lio.
Ich nt 11 blrlluray party giUrl in
honor of her btoiher (Iwtrgc. A liirgc
niimbnr of Hie y!mng folk were prcH
ent nnd report a plenhnnt tiiilc.
Mr. ami Mr. Honnis of Sunny
sides molorcd to the Pass ami vinit
ed among friend.
Fred Ifonnor of Slihnyuidc, one
of our progressive farmers, 1ms sold
duriuj: the past yenr .H0( worth of
hogs. All Hie feed was raised on his
farm. This bund of Jersey rods or
Duroc hogs are a nght for Hie far
mer eyen, and n jiictiirc-for the iainl
cr of animal Jife.
We all regtct that our old friend.
Art Myers, will bo k-cii on Hie rural
route no more. Ho has proven him
self a much liked and nccoinmodiit
iug carrier, and his patrons wisl
him good fortune where ever he goes,
l.ON'DON. Jnt.v.tl.f yiiwi Hie hill to
amend Hie IrisJu hoinijmtt) h)H eniiie
up to for sceouil, in '(he liousc ol
lonls, tho Miminls of Lunsdowuc, the
ruiouist leader, niiiioiuiced Hint us
Ireland was one n-t unity camp, il
was necessary to, tmd n wnv out f
the imhiiuitv which was Hiieateiiing.
The l'nioiiist he ouid, would gie
tlu I'miendiiig liill 11 secolnl tendifig
mid iutioduee ainoiidmeiits'ituritig the
committee MiikcIii reutml lo the urea
lo he excluded flom the ujicintnuis of
Hie home rule hill, the duiulioii of the
exclusion nud the uotinmeni of the
excluded urea. The t'nioiiisls, he
concluded, would not agico to the
.second rending of the homo rule loll
AI NEW ORLEANS
NKW Oltl.KANS, July I. Normal
business prevailed hero today In tho
t'J blocks of the downtown district
which had been under' iiirautluo be
cauc It was fcnredMnilionte plague
might spread. .
The ipiarnntlne wns declared off
last night after stringent tiieasiirei
had been taken for lt enforcement
The lifting of the embnrgo wns dl
rectly due to telegraphic aiUlces from
Dr. Ituport Mine, surgeon general o
tho United States public health ser
vice, whoso mesjngo said that stein
or the character planned were not
warranted at this time.
CALLED SLAYER OF
hot "liy imnmun uitldiown," hut HO
an ml i over! r puvdu. Mim, Me
Alpli'ii stilt la set for ituxl liKiutll.
To ninottiled mmwer of tho compa
nion iiH film! today I'lini-goa that ,Min.
McAlptiio ''Hintck or calmed to ho
Hlruvkt'lho blow thai broke tlio sUUll
a ml fired or canned to ho fired, tho
hIioi that entered the brain of John
MrAlidne," Mis. MeAlplito In tho
beneficiary under tho poIIcIoh
Next door to First National
HULl'TII. Minn . July I That
.loli 11 McAlpluc, wealthy liiiuliormau
found dead In tho baieiimitt of his
hoinu here liistAumist, either com
mlttdd suicide or vns mlfrdeivif by his
wife, Sarah McAlplnp, In tho defviiso
outlined today, In an amended ausrr
lo the widow's anil, filed by the Pa
clllc Mutual Accident comtmny of
Los Angeles, tlio ndellDntiil Cashttl
ty rnmpnii) or New Y6Vk and I Ho
London (imrnnt and Accident com'-
pan. Limited. 1
At tho time of M VIiIiu'm death a
eonmer's Jur found that he
Irrigates the Blood
A Remedy That Flushes tho
Blood from Head
I SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tho most economical, clenushiK nnd
liermluldnt of all nuttsoptlcn la
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
bo dissolved In wntcir nn needed.
Aa n medicinal nntlnoptla for douchen
In treating cntnrrli, Inltammatlon or
iilcefnllou 01 no.10, throat, and that
ciimud by temlulno llln It linuno equal,
l'ur ten juara tho Lydla 11 Plnkham
Medicine to, has recimimtmdad 1'iulltio
lu their nrlvato corresooiidioieo wltli
"M women, which proves Itn auiwrlorlty.
Women who havo boon cured any
11 Is "worth Ita weight lit gold." At
' lUllirulalll fiA. lMk.k lm . . t... ..i.-ll
mi 1.1,1.. -10. uvv. nubv mn, ur ujr man.
Tho Paxton 'l3lh)t Co., lloatou, Muss.
Pimm- 'JO I .1 :i
Partner wanted In hlghgtaib' and proMtatdc rcinil hu Im
Young man with hnslnc cdiicatiou i.rctincd. l'iJ no oiintiou lo
hid partner. Will nctl f(lr-.'oii, iialf ImercNl tactual limntirv
Addrws, jN '
I'nio lliitcl .N'oitoiila, I'mlliiiol, Diiuini,
S1000 REWARD FOR
NSW YOIMC, July 1. -To brills
hIhiiiI nation wide interest in Hie
search for Louis, flnrpdiit, cliief in
spector of forest, in the Sierra for
s.t n-scrvc. Califorum, 11 lirother
of the missing iimu has offered ?1000
1 ne nrotner. w 11 lias the mimic
first nume, i Loui N. MniKohn, 11
Now York hat mniiytiteiuny.
RUSSIA ARMY AVIATOR
KILLED BY AIRSHIP FALL
I'SKOY, lthi.iif, jr.lv' L foptalli
llojurolo, 11 Itus-.mii itnnv nviulur,
was killed Imlitv wiieu II s monoplaui
collapsed, and fell from 11 great
-7- " !
WASIIINtlTOSV.Julv 1. The an .
..1-......1 ... ....n..ri 11.1V -i ...
inniucii 111 cinuiirH.ii's year is mi
-.1110,001) acre-, tn iicparlmeut an
iioiinccil todax. 'flic condition of I lie
crop on June "J.1 was 711. (I per cent
of n normal ciop.
The Oregon I'o'cf Cp. xvill suppi
the Itootli-ICclly hwmiir.(fonipuii. i
Kpriiictlehl xvill 'JJIOO Jion-cpouci'
of curre.nl. -
Ih ft rid et rhenronilinx rsjntrr tht
the tlM ti funutlrr iv rtusiir.1 iu.i a irtr
jujkrthlti u tjr u;u ami (mm kllKr. Tim
Jung mvnl it H R M 11 niurutit ta
Kuuw. It lis foiiml u y Into trtf
HKtlvn of thr nail n It li Itio mml KlUty
uwtt soil wont wlildj UUrtlof rrntrtl
tttfrs U fur All MimhI in.ul.lr ,m II U
a known fart that rntunuiiim Is (iuir!r
MikhI troutlr. ' '
It la ronccilfil tiy Dip rl-Mt stmlfnti of
Ihn iuMfct Ittat tbouinatlim la rauu-.l in
ruwil ntr bjr so aclil ivn.1l I Ion u( lb bUs
nil iRsraralisI lijr the rrranllM rctntannlr
uarl for rrlleC In olhar tatn rlifiimsllwil ,'
i mo rraim ot nrvp urprnamn ; in aim
Pthtra It la tb rflfect of aiaio tlltniisl
1iIihI coodlilon, bavins ln trvntrit nllh
Mrrcury, lollilr, nrarnlc, anil ultier polaun
0U4 mineral druc.
Tlio n-curfiKa rf all ttictu tjpra e(
rttrumallam lr lb' iim tl K K. N, li 1 I
nrnmlrrrut trllmlt) lo Itir iMlurat rltlrarjr .if
tbla rrmarkablo mrdlrin. Inr li I lml.
latfil Jnt aa namrallr Jut na Hrtallr. 1
ami Juat aa wrll unUlnnl aa tin moat
arrrpulilr. ninal iataiatil'' an.l moat rxnilljr I
lllCrstfil fiMHl, IM ni.t Istl m S"l it tmitu '
of S. H. S lotUjr. but loilat lil-O H. H. K. .
tKin'l anft a aUlMtmue M will b- i
aaiunlalird at Ilia mulm. If your rAum-.
tm la of aurh a IuiIiiik that Jim wwikl '
ntp "In enrtaiilt a srf aiWlalltt cnttiWn. '
tally. rll ! I ho llolUnl ISfi., rii Mwifi
MHiia (.a Mil Kwtfc llliltt. AtUnla, UJ.
!?i.ihi, Mi.no, i,n.(io
UalMa) uppermont whmi wo'ru fltlluit joti with Walk Over foolwc.ir
Com In uml sco our fluo lino of okfuids. tho Ideal hoo f r hot
woMtbvr. 1 r
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LOSING YOUR HAIR?
BUTTE FALLS BUBBLES.
Mls Fhllth FredcnburK, wbo ror
tho past five months has bcon at-
tyndlnic tho'norB)a at Monnlduth; ro-
rp ioper,npino nero rnonna.v
M'Huehaiiati, .returned homoSat-
urday but Intondg coming back hero
In a tqw day.
company, came ui In a car luxt wcok,
Itov, Hinltli upont Haturduy and
Sunday horo Atiil loft Monday on bin
blcyclu for tho mountain.
Duel lllldrotli returned homo lata
Will Cochran of California who lum
been vUtliiK IiIk coiialn Mm. Ktawart
rclurnnd to bin homo Tiinvdu).
Kamuol Miller or (!hlloiiiu( Klam
ath fouuty, upont hut wcot wild bin
nUtor. Mm Obitiivliain.
Mr, llt7il,Jf.,int (i) Portlutid
latl wi'rolnrtilniVlll, Ma ar. 'l
Th hMn Afl will jihvJ Dili yvcid.
Hh M. Punt lima J
Mm. Unci lllldrfdh l In Modfonl
" Uiv ti ut h dvilwr u Wfulj' V'vl l'lillmlt;lilifc,'
Itcad What 11 llerpldile Kuiliiinlnst
You aro becomlnR bald. Tho hair
Is Kdtliifc thin oii tho top of jour
head nnd union joii lithe my advice
you will, before lont,', bo aa bnlrlciiii
iiM a croquet ball Itcmotuber too
that chronic halducioi la Incurable,
It Ir all duo to dandruff. 1 can
toll, bcratiHo you alwaya havo dand-
ruff flal(C8 on your coat collar. He-
Hldea belnK an Indication of impend-
Ing baldncRS, It nlao aiiKKCUta untldl-
N'owrbro'a Hcrplrldo cnuaca dand
rtiff to dhmppear hnd proventH tho
hair from falling out. It ha a. won
dff fyly baautlfylng nftoct ilp'o'n; tli
hair, producliiK rhhnKcH which aro
eometlmcx boyond belief,
You aro not taklnK any rhancea
when ypu juirclntV) Herplchip and you
nli onujtliiB rato' Whoiiouuijo any
jBlnolao.' Ileriilchlo baa thfJjiHandji
upon thotiHanda of aatlHflod iiHorn who
testify to Itn Kerm.dcHtroylnK and hair,
pfcaervlni; iualltt, T 1 ' ' ' '
.Vowbro'a Uor'ilcldo In fibe and
11.00 altcn la (io Id by nil denlora who
Kuaraufuo It to do all that la claimed.
If 011 11 ro not HatlKflod your money
will hu refunded.
Tho bent barber recommend nri.l
Hond J Or In poitaxii to Tho Ilorpl
cldo Co,, Hept. W, Oatrolt, Midi,, for
ampin and booklotl. .
HI i W"7
k I I "-Jr! hi sV
BMaaWtal7rfliaaA M r JT-.
.raanajat t .a-.aaaaw-r u,,;
hU HiiaianlcoJl bmdory to rlcp'da
IN; I iJKhbuiij TO m.r nt'jkulHf
Hiiku HI) iluU j UiwUiitvt) MhMl
ry iiilcnmlloiiu) Mllln, box id't'J,
It's a Brick
Lay in a Lot of it
You could smoke or
chew Dixie Queen by
f'Ilf flf)Itffnrtf vniiM novnr
71. . ,a .-w..-.ia-a,..x. j v v viaawr a-a
X J" get enough it's so mel-
lowand rich and pleasing.
Lay in a supply of it
today. Keep some at
home and some on the
job, and it will hold you
steady as a spirit-level
trues a wail.
p .- 1
Plug Cut Tobacco
is the 6rtc perfect tobacco for the sturdy man who likes his tobacco
rich, full-bodied and satisfying. Made of pure old Burley leaf, aged
carefully for three to five years, so as to bring out all its fragrant
ffavqr and sweetness. ,
Vfhljs wjiiitr. makes DIXIE QUEEN
always the same. It doesn't depend
uppa.one, .sefonfl crqp,,fjketmany
tobaccos. We have several seasons'
crops always stored away,
DIXIE QUEEN lasts in the pipe
because it burns slow holds tys flavor
when you chew it.
Take DIXIE QUEEN on the job for
a week's try-out after that you'll always
carry DIXIE QUEEN in your jeans.
Sold everywhere in convenient .So
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