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WTCDFORD 001i TRIBUNE,, MKDFORD, OR1C0ON, TCTKSDAY, SIDPTRMBlilll 7, 1915
OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE IN MEXICO
" " ruyvir."
No. S Vlsltins nearby mine. I borrowed 1000 feet of
rubber hose I I took, this jo a hilltop overlooking the river.
NWCW WIT ROUP
. NO. 4-WHEN THE STkiM STAflfEQ, iVl.AYED THE?!
HOSE D RECTLY INTO THE MEXICAN TKEflGHtSI LIKfc
RATS THE BANDITS STRUCK l.k'. ABOuTiN THE WATEEi
EN BY BURGLARS
1 ' -0
CHICAGO, Sept. 7. A pearl neck
lace for which Mr, Armour was oblig
ed to pay $9,000 custom duties when
ho brought It to this country from
Franco In 1901 Is believed by tho po
Hco to havo been tho loot sought by
two robbers who last night entered"
tho home of J, Ogdon Armour hero
and escaped with loot valued nt
The nocklaco was valued by gov
ernment appraisers, at moro than
? In. 000.
Tho Jewelry stolen by tho robbers
consisted mainly of diamonds. A
pocket book containing $75 was tho
only cash they got.
Mrs. Armour In a struggle with the
robbers was struck on tho head with
n "billy." Her Injury was slight.
Mrs. Armour had retired for tho
night and had been In her apart
ments only a fow minutes when tho
robbers entered. They gained on
tranco froi. a porch after cutting tel
ephone wires to provent any nlarm.
Ono had ascended tho stairs and had
reached tho threhhold of Mrs. Ar
mour's boudoir before his presence
While ono of tho bandltK hold Mrs.
Armour and her maids In n comer of
tho room, threatening death to nuy
who moved or shouted an alarm, his
companion swept tho dresser of
Jewels. Then tho bnndlt went
through thn rooms, taking nil tho val
uables not locked up.
Completing tho task, tho two men
ran down tho stairs and escaped
through a back door. Mr. Armour had
gone to tho Armour mimmcr homo In
Lake- Forest during thu day and did
not reach homo until after tho rob
bery. ROSEBURG TEAM TO
PLAY DURING FAIR WEEK
Tho Kosoburg Jiasolmll club, reput
ed to bo ono of tho fastest nmatcur
organizations in tho stnte, will meet
tho locals In a four gamo scries In
this city during tho fair for a purse
of $300. Tho northern club has
slashed to tho top of other nmatour
clubs becauso of its exceptionally
Tho batting order will bo changed
to bnfflo the work of tho Douglas
county twlrlcrs. Soveral strong stick
artists havo been added to tho team
who promise to loso tho sjihero in tho
scrub oaks boyond tho fair grounds.
The games will bo played In front of
tho grandstand ono ono of tho best
diamonds In tho state. Included in
tho now players who will bo In groy
uniform aro IllgBby, a former U. of O,
star, Coffeon, and Welsh.
GOOD MUSIC FOR THE
JACKSON COUNTY FAIR
Tho Mcdford band will pluy for tho
fair Thursday, Friday and Saturday
afternoon and tho Gold Hill band
will also play on Saturday which in
sures plenty of good music.
All storos will close Thursday nnd
Friday form 1 to fi p. m. and every
body will go to holp tho fair.
Tho ball gamos promlpo to bo very
Intoroetjng nnd tho rolay mid other
rnros oxclllng and thb loBsor attrac
tions very amusing.
Thoro Ir nothing in tho county fair
for tho management hut work nnd
grlof. Thoy aro trying to put on a
fair to plonso tho pooplo and its up
to tho people to do tliolr part. A
program of events will bo printed
I MARKET REPORT I
Irlnv l'rtia !y pernors
M'TTBIi Dairy, two Huntk 50c.
POTATO KS Now, $l.fU.
ONION'S 1V6i Per lb.
JIQNISY VJtto por lb.
IIUTTKH FAT OSo.
HUTTEU WholwwJe, 28c.
STKKHS Aiiic. V.
UOtt'K Alive, 4SH's"-
VKAL llimmml, K 1
HJSKS Urg ow A lb., lie;
SMS-H, 19c; old roo4r. w. I. mil
em mh! pria, Ut.
IHTCKS Fnt. 8.
1IBM1MX HAKtS. 5 to Ut
ility iul Grain
HAY All.1lln.9n (
JJAKLtV WM -'
Ko. 1 Now came to Kl Paio cue Uy that the Moxlcans
wer digging trenches nlonir tho Bio Grande. I determined
-to frustrate their plans!
WASHINGTON. Sept 7 -A largo
proportion of foreign ships In tho
American trado and nil foreign built
Bill pa now under tho Amorlcau flag'
aro exempted from important provis
ions of tho now nan man's hill by legnl
opinions mado public today by tho
department of commerco.
Attorney General Gregory, In an
opinion submitted to Prosldont Wil
son, upholds Solicitor Thiirman of
tho department of commerce, who
ruled that vessels of foreign coun
tries whoso navigation laws "npproxl
inato" thoso of the United Stntoe, aro
not subject to the section of tho new
law making oxtonslvo safely appliance
In another opinion Solicitor Thur
mnn hold today that tho inspection
provisions of tho now law do not ap
ply to foreign built ships, ntlmlttod
to American registry undor tho pros-"
idont's proclamation suspending sur
vey, Inspection and monsuromonts of
thoso vessels. According to Solicitor
Thiirman. tho nttorney-gonernrs opin
ion will exempt from tho provisions of
tho net tho vessels of practically nil
tho grout muratlmo nations. Solicitor
'Jhurnian's second opinion will oxom
lC3vcs8ols of riC',512 Ions now undor'
the American flag.
GATES DISTRIBUTING AGENT
FOR SAVAGE TIRE COMPANY
Tho Savngo Tiro company has es
tablished distributing depots ulonr,
tho const thoroby doing away with
tho middleman's profits. C. 13. Gates
has beon made one of tho four agents
in Oregon nnd Mondny received tho
largest HUlpmont of tiros ovor mado to
ono Iiouro in outhorn Orogon. Thoso
tires aro manufactured In California
nnd are guaranteed.
A Iteliablo Tniilo
Many of tho pooplo around hern
know a good doal about this aplondld
remedy; to thoso who do not, wo wish
to say that Morllol Tonic Digestive,
flosh hulldor nnd norvo tonic we havo
ovor soon. For people in poor houllh,
weak, run down nnd playod out, thova
not as Htrnug nud vIkoioui as thoy
should b, wo rocommend tills tonic.
Price $1. Solo naontlI(iskins' Drug
".My wife In a lecturer and I am
"I didn't know joti appeared in
"I don't. She Ircturw and I stay
nt homo and entertain the kid."
Get tho Wetl-Knowa
HELD EXEMPT FROM
NEW SEAMEN'S BILL'ANDSGOTT SHC0A5
l-W trt" "?
' Will if'
Take a Package Hom&
' M:V HAVKN, C.mn., Sept. 7.--Knrth
shocks with o.xtrem.'ly Htroti?
vibrations were reconlctl on (lie fein
moKrapli nt Yulo' university during
Inst night. The record in moro pro
lUiuuct'd lliuii thoHi1 produced by the
cnitli(titik(m in southern Culil'oruin,
Aluuku nntl Italy dtiiint,' tlie punt
iNUW YOKK, Sept. 7. The Ccnfnil
Jc Snulli Amerienu Telegraph coni
piiny fodny tvpnrlod Unit cnrlliiiuiike
Intel interrupted their cubic line by
Situ .1 tKiii Del Sur, Coctu Wieu, :iud
tinliuiu t'niz. Tlio leport wtnles that
(lie blioeks wero very heavy in Cosin
Ilicn, but ilicic ure no iiuliciitioiiH of
Josh nt' life in their nilvieo.
LONDON, feopt. 7.-l'lu meteor
lilo'nicnl office wit notified today I
tlio ohxcrvutnrv nt fokdiilouiuir,
Scotland, tuil u violent eiirtlupmkc
lutd been recorded Untie at 1 o'clock
this nioining. Tliin iudicntcil cpiueu-
er wax ut iNlitude !) north, longitude
8(1 wi-ttt, nhout beenty miles from
t-'npc IIIhiicol on the count of t'ontu
Ilicu, in tlio I'ncific. A circle 10 de
jtrees from this point incliulei III"
iHthmufl of I'unumn.
ATTORNEY JEFFREY URGES
PEOPLE TO GAIN RIGHTS
Twonty-flvo cltlxons, Including sov
eral women, mot nt tho library Inst
ovonlng and dlseusKod tho issues in
volved in the California nnd Oregon
land Rrant. Tho principal nddrots of
tho ovinlng wns given by Altornoy
John A. Jeffrey of Portland, who
nmde an eloquent plea in behalf of
tho voter of tho stnta of Oregon.
Attorney Jeffrey mated that 4 11,
000 aero of this laud in Jackson
county which Iw now tied up by tlio
railroad rotervo and that tho mipromo
court of tho United States clearly
uliowod that the rallroud In ontltlod
to $2.50 per aore only. Tlio HponKor
slut ml that thu law of 1H68 menus
Just what It Myn; that tlie land win
ho be eoM to Motu.il Bettlore, not mora
than ISO nor os to each, nt a price not
U axcMd $3.50 pr acre. His plan
la that voters of Jneksou county nnd
tho statu align petitions nuking con-
grow to piovido for putting the land
on the market at tho prion of $2.50
por aero. "The United Ktntes su
preme court'' In- sutd, "through Jus-
Made In the largest, best equipped and
sanitary Malted Milk plant In tho world
Wo do not maho ' milk product"
Skim Milk. Condensed Milk. etc.
THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK ,
Mudo from clean, full-crcuin milk i
and tho extract of select malted grain,
reduced to powder form, soluble in
water. Ilcst pood-Drink for All Ages.
. Used for over Quartu Century j
you may got a Subutltuto
tlco McKennn put It up to congress to
do that and said that thoy had n
right to do It and that tho company's
only Increst wnH tho 2.C0 per ucro.
This land would mnko 12,000 now
honieu in Jackson county. I was rais
ed in this county nnd served as dis
trict attorney for n number of ycara
and I want to hco tho people of this
county domnnd of congross to glvn
them tho right which tho supremo
court Biiyn they havo under (ho acts
of 1SGC-70. I propose to enrry tho
campaign through nil the countlos of
western Oregon that havo any of
these lands; that tho pcoplo may
wake up nnd securn their rights. Tho
supremo court has put It up to them
If thoy will go ahead and do It." H.
G. Smith of Josephine county also
mnde a speech along this lino.
A permanent organization will bo
formed in Mcdford immediately.
MUSCLE AND NERVE
llcollli Without Medicine lly luting
What la tho most nourishing and
healthful staple article of Dlut? This
is something that every porson uhould
Upon this knowledge, uud Its prac
tical U80, depends your miiBoulnr mid
norvo forco YOUIt IIIJAIiTII, nnd
the health of your family.
There Is a wholo lot moro to this
than appears on the surface. It fur
nishes food for thought, nnd Ik de
serving of deep consideration. What
Is this perfect muscle and norvo
Tho nnawor is "Wholo WJioat."
Hotly and brain musclo nnd norvo
need tho wholo of tho grain. Wholo
W'hont Is N'nturo's perfoct food for
man, and should not bo tampered
with. To do so Is to Invito indiges
tion, constipation, nervous ullmonts,
and othor forms of bodily disorders.
Thoro is n prepared food cnlled
"FOHCIC" that Is modo or wholo
wheat, sclontlflcnlly conked and
blondod with barley malt; then rolled,
toasted and Halted; that contains nil
tho dementi) required to sustain tho
Tlio one peifectly balanced Hrnnk
fast Food "FOUCiC" Nourishes
without stimulating; delicious nnd
easily digested. Get it nt your gro
cer's. '"'I"TT" mm Mmmmmmm"mmlsmmmmimImmr'lf!Tm
FOlt ItKNT KUKMKiJr:!! ItOOMH
FOIt H KNT Furn IsTietl rooms. 2 lilkH
from federal bulltllug. 24C N.
FOR HUNT Furulshcd rooms, 20 J
South Central. 1S3
FOR IIK.N'T MOUKKH
FOR RUNT Six room modern bun
galow, oast front, neopiug porch,
fine slindo; gurnge. Phono IbS-X.
FOR HICNT Furnlshoil. one tif the
itlctst modern huugalown In tho
eit ; has five rooniB, laundry anil
wtore room; goa rHiige, flreplaye for
wood or gna, clwtrlc lighta; on
ImvciI street, haa nice lawn; also
Mlecplnr lent, furnltdiod. Ail dress
8 K . rare Mall Tribune. h
FOR ItKNT 3-iooin furuUhod house
at 12 1 Woodstock at ; rent rene
ouable. Hue J. W. llerriun or Dr.
FOR KKS'T -Pnrtly furnished 5-room
hotiKo at 117 Weat 1 0th; good lo
cation, shady yard, ll.'i
FOR RKNT Stooui modern houso,
hard-wood floors, full cement base
ment. Phono 7tV.
FOR RENT A-l bungalow Phono
FOR HK NT Pour room flat or
house, furnished or unftirnlihod.
7ao W 11th, 7-Y.
FOR RENT Modern 5-room Iiomiq,
lux I Unt loth at., $s .0, water
paid Itenaett laveeluieiit Co.
KOrTHKNT ciweTn rwii hoiae
with aleet4ng por eh, medern
pluiiiblng, olestrlc liable, eemoHt
Mlilrwjll. faia' nil ml stret
Id ut r uunabli IihiiIim i II ('
oioUUutd, XtfUfvra, uregwtt, l(
No. 31 drew the ilr from ibis hoeo with my mouth.
Then, dropping tho cad in tho river, I created a ilphon which
toon Ailed the hotel
FOIt ItKNT IIOUSKKUKPINO
FOR HUNT -HouBokecpIng rooniH,
sultnblo for studonts or families.
Jlrs. Fisher, 21 Genosnoo st. 118
FOUSAliITraiicr to carry " full
camp outfit, including full slzo
bed, departments for cooking uten
slln nntl clothing boncnth, for (HO.
1, O. l.ove, Contnw Point. 110
FOR SAI.K Ono Oliver typewriter,
No. 5; Ono Hemlngton typewriter,
No. 10; ono blcjclo In good ropnlr.
200 W. JIaln. Phono 031-L.
FOJt SAM: Kxtra hincy
ponchos. A. W. Stone.
FOIt SAMS Alfalfa hay, $10.00 per
ton. W. R. Lunib, phono 5-F2.
FOR SAL.K Polo mountain buggy,
good ns new. Pnlmor Investment
Co., Modoc Orchard.
FOR SAM3 2-Bcntori Velio back with
pole. Phono cr2-J,
FOR SAMC IIK.Mj F.STATH
FOR SAM: 00 nercii land, fine, deep
soil, deeded water right, 7 room
house, electric lighted, modern,
10x30 barn, fenced Page wire, 40
acres in alfalfa, corn, sugnr beets
and small garden truck, 20 ucros
In pears, Hartlott nnd D'Anjoti,
small poach orchard, team horses,
cow, farm implomentA nnd nil crop
goes with place. For price nnd
particulars, address Uox CG, R, F.
I), No. 2, 1,. M. C. Central Point,
RKAli HSTATH FOR HAI.K All
kinds of property for salo or ex
change. Gold Hay Realty Co.
FOR SAMS Farm land, fruit land,
timber land, land from $fi.00 por
ncro upwards on lung time. Gold
Hay Realty Co.
FOR BALK Wyown Place. SO acres,
flnoly Improved Uoguo Hlvor Val
ley laud, :t4 mlloH north ICaglo
Point. Soo or nddross owners, W.
II. Crnndall on thu place, or J. T.
Carpontor, ,'M5 N. Unrtlott, Mcd
ford, no agonts. 150
FOR SAM: Huy Ashland property
while prices aro attractive Wo havo
for tjulck salo in conter of town
and best rosldonco district, on
Sherman street, ono block from
school, 3 blocks from public libra
ry, throo lots, each CO foot front
by 117 doop, covered with fruit,
and C-raom houso plastorcd, hath,
lights, foundation, Hplendld chunco
to build 2 new small liungnlos for
Tent to railroad men, on othor two
lots. Cun sell wholo property for
$17C0, with $050 rash. This is
worth at loast $2500, and is grow
ing in valuo. Also lino 8-room
house, modern, with bath, lights,
furnace, otc, on best rooldonco dis
trict on boulevard, and 6v-foot lot,
ospeclully fluo location. Prico
$4750. IlodgHon-Whltmnro & Hoed,
Cor, Oak and Mnln Sts. Ashland,
FOR AI.K - Well bred Angora" gouts.
Write .1. M. van tier Mnns, Derby,
FOR 8AI.K Cheap, eight extra good
young work mines, well broke, two
net of heavy work hnrnoes, Vin
son's burn, North Hlvuraldo avo
iiki.p w.nti;i iivaiam:
WANTBD- -Girl for housework. Ap
Ply uox M , Mall TrHnino.
IT IS VOl'U P.rsi.MWS TO S15R MB
Udonuso my stock in trade Is to
have optioned at tho lowost cash
price the best buy In this oounty.
I have been on tno ground look
ing out for you for the pait flvo
yours. Nearly cvorydwy I have in
vestigated some "good thing." I have
eliminated everything exeept those
deals which I am eonvlaeod will ytv
luro me saUsfleil ouitomom.
In a few hours time I oan giro you
the benefit ut this research, (t te my
business to show you over the oousty
and Introduce you to the p3nlbllltlJ
and opportunltlM here. See Med
teri first and
J. C. BARNES
tin: Vivt Mnln btrwt
Lii wwww w ECTWii imtm ssm Mm wmrm wm mmmm
WANTKO Married mnn, 2a, wants
position, caretaker of ranch during
winter, or will rent small place. Sv.
J. Humphreys, Wollen, Ore. Ill
WANTHD First class, pingio. orch
artllst wIsIiob liermnuent position;
5 years exporionco In thu valley.
Phono G97-J3. 117
WA CTKIDy nuV ani'r'wMfoT "twro
furnished rooniH, with Hleoping
porch; must ho modern. Might con
sider unfurnished rooms. Addresn
K. I., enro Mall Tribune, giving lo
cation, price, etc. 115
WANTED To rent modern throe or
four room bungalow, furnished or
unfurnlshod, close In. In answer
ing give full particulars. Address
101, care Mall Tribune. 115
WANTBD Largo knitting mill In
vites correspondence from women
doslroiiB of earning mouoy, part or
full time. Good pay. Bxporlonco
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlctown, l'a, 200
cntod eight room house, nil mod
ern, In .AhIiIuihI for land suitable
for general farming nnd dairying.
MeWllllums & Kdgington, Ashland.
TO TRADB Btiulty In property for
stock cattle, preferred. Ilox W.,
Inll Tribune. Ill
TAICBN UP 3 .lereey culvee; 1 stoor
snlf, crop off right onr; 1 hulfer,
brand on right hip fig. 2, with boll
on; l heifer, rope on neok. Owner
can have ramu by paying ad and
feed. W. R. Lniub. 102
LOST Ltirgo nnmoo brooch In Mod
ford near S. P. depot. Finder please
phono 74, Jacksonville; reward.
LOST Cohl ring wltli "bluolTTntaKllo
netting at Happy Camp, Sunday.
Finder pionso Jonvo at Mail Trl
LOST llluo serge coat on Apjilegate
road. Return to this offlot. 11(1
PORTI5R J. NKFF. WM. r. MMALUJI
Attornoys-ut-Law, Rooms 8 uud
9, Medford National llnnk bldg.
A. B. RBAMBS, LAWVBR Garnott
Win. M Colvlg, George it. Ueliorti
COLVIO &. ROHBRTS, LAWVBRB-
Medford .N'utlonul Hank Iliitldlnc
U. F. MULKBV & G150. W. OU10RRJ
Attorneys nt Law. Jackson Couu
ty Hank Hulldlng.
LAHER AUTO BPRINO CO. W
are operating tho 1 urged, oldoit
and best equipped plum In tbu Pa
cific northwest. Uso our iprlngi
when otliors fall, Bold under guar
antee. 20 North FiftoflnU IU.
DR W. M VAN HCOYOC
DR C C. VAN BUOYOr
Oaruett-Coror Illdr., suit 111
Untlford Oro Phon Hfin
A very fine twelve room bonne la
the good residence district of U An
geles in exchange at $2ri,oo0 for a
I tear orchard.
Tho best U0 scro ranch In the val
ley, irrigation rights all paid up; ea
eeUsnl for any kind of farming, un
equalled as a sugar beet farm. TUU
Is offered at much Um than its real
100 acres t SttJ an asre, right la
the valley, no belter land snywbere.
IrrlgaUvn rights paid nn. lie gcres
ta culUvntiofl, hsianee level ssture.
A few furniahMl house for rent.
C. D. IIOON
Collect Ions nntl Report
colloctcd somu accounts It years
old. Wo know how to get tho
monoy. Tlio Hullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
kins' Illdg., 21C B. Main St.
. --.j- rr
UR. A. R. I1BDUBQ. Dr. Louise K
IlegoB Moehano-Thornplsta, Otiiro
praotoru, Hpondylotlier(plst3 Thcst
syatoms, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnniitlcs, hydro-thorapby
ate, producd tcbuRb lu both acutt
nd chronic dlsoasoH. Consultv
tlon tree. Over Deuel & Co., cor
nor Malu and HartloU. Houri
a. m. to 5 p. m. Other hours bj
appointment. Phpno 170.
DR. U. J. LOCKWOOU,, Chiropractor
norvo spocliillst Jtooms 2011-201
20G. anrnott-Coroy bidg. Vapoi
baths mid scloiitlflo ninsaago given,
notidlo Hprny, head and shouldei
xhowor In connection; advice la
dietetic. inodlcul gymnastics,
hydropthorapy. Lady attendant
Phono, ofMco f43, rnsldonco KU-lt
Engineer antS Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Bldg
Surveys, estimates, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and land Im
UARHAOK Got your promises
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wuijous foi
good bflrvlce. Phono 274-L. JT,
IuNtructlon lu 31twie
IIAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401. Gnrnott-Coroy Hldg. Frod Al
ton llalght Piano, Mrs. Florenc
llallldhy HulRlit. voice. Phone
IIBLBN N. OCKEV Notary pub
lic Urlng your vork to wo at tht
Ivn of thn Mall Triuutio.
Pliyttfilcinnft ens. trurgoous
DR. F. O. CARLOW, DR. KVA
MAINS CARLOW Oitoopathlt
physluliiUH, 410-11 Uarnqtt-Coray
bldg,, phono 103U-L. Laildonc
26 Buuth Luurel St.
DR. W. W. liOWARD Ostoopathli
pbysIoIauB, 30U liarnett-Core
building. Phone K04-M.
DR. J. J. BUMBNlVPhyslclan and
surgeon. Prucileo Umltod to eye,
car, iioko and throat, Kyoi uclen
tlfloally tested nntl glasses up
pllwl. Oculist uud Aurlst tor 8, V
It. It. Co. Office M. !'. & II. Co.
Illdfc. opposite P. O. Phouo C67
DR. R. W. CLANOV Puystriun and
Bnrgoon. i'tuineo. oftico U6, resl
douce 724-J. Ufhco hours 10 U
12, t to fi.
DR. 8. A. LOQKWOOD
DR. MYRTLB A. LOCItWOOD
Physicians nnd Burgeon. Office
309-810-3U. M. V.1 & II. Hldg.
Phauea roaldanco, bl4-J2: otflce,
DR. MARTIN C. IIARI1BR Physl
elsu and aurgeon. Ofttco Palm
block, opposite Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 tu 4. Phono 110-J.
rTciTllKINh!. M. DTaPKClALlST
Ue, tar, uoe and throat, otflce
228 Kuit Main; rwlilouco 1121
Kant 11 m ii, otflce hours 9 a. m. to
18 m , l -i') to 6 p ui. Talopuones
Office, 30.1, :residcuisi), 303-J2.
I'r.ui-r mkO 1'ulillHiipf
MKI'KOI'U i'KIN' f!NO CO. has tSi
bvdt equijiid priutlllK ottlco li
toutUeru oregtin, iKwk bludlug
louee leuf ledger, bUllbg systenlf.
to. Portlaod prlosm. 27 NorU
- , -.:r ,-' :,: -is . lAJ
KADB TR NSrKU Ac HTOKAUB CO
Office 48 North Trout St. Pboss
Hi. f-rlooi r!eot. Vervico guar
: z. r1, t 1.1
TiM'rtti witit rinppllot.
TrHfJWHlTKKst ND MUPPLIKS
Ne UoBiluxioii ttniih Premier
bud Monarch t. iwrtii(ig, addlni
and eubusrting maotuus, r- built
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