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CONTINUOUS 110 ADS.
VALUE OF UNITING SHORT STRETCHES
OF GOOD HIGHWAYS.
V llevlrvr of h Prrncnt . omllt liit
MU1 Di'inoimtrnllun of Ihc Mecca
ally For ImpriiTrmrnt na Stated b?
olont l W. I- I)lcLinn.
At the recent ntimial incotiiiR of the
Sprliicfield (Mass.) Automobile club
Colonel V. L. Dickinson, chairman of
the executive committee of the Now
York nnd Chicago It ad association,
spoke as follows on the movement for
foiitlnuou pood roads, says the Munic
ipal Journal and Knjjineor:
"The movement Tor better road is
gradually ppreadmfj over the entire
country. Their value is so universally
understood that undoubtedly within a
few years nearly every state In the
Uuion will have taken some action
toward Improving Its highways. The
good example set by those eastern
states which have given state aid has
been followed until seventeen states
Of the I'niou have taken steps in Imi
tation of these pioneers. 1 do not lueau
to say that all of the seventeen have
made large appropriations of money,
but th" have all provided some state
authority to have jurisdiction In the
matter of road improvement.
"During the past few years we have
becu building short stretches of g.od
roads to demonstrate the value of such
roads. Their value has been fully es
tablished, and their cost cannot be
compared with the great benetits de
rived. The time has now arrived when
ire should connect these short stretches
of roads to make continuous good
roads or trunk lines leading across the
country In various directions, giving
first class roads to the various centers
of trade, which will particularly bene
fit the rural districts.
"lion. James II. MacDonald of Con
aeetieut is the first state highway com
missioner to recommend a state appro
priation for connecting these links to
make continuous gjod roads. An civ
propriatiou lor this purpose has been
made by the Connecticut legislature.
"With a continuous good road farm
ers can haul their products tj market
with a great saving of horses, vehicles
and time as compared with a poor road
or cue which has short sections iu good
repair with most of it iu poor condi
tion. A perfectly good road enables
them to deliver their products at any
time and take advantage of a favora
"The benefits derived from continu
ous good roads are of great commer
cial value to the country, affecting all
branches of trade. Ueduciug the cost
of transportation of our products to
market results in a reduction of the
cost of these products to the consumer.
A large percentage of the freight car
ried by the railroads .an J on our water
ways is first hauled over our couynon
roads. All transportation companies
should be greatly interested In the con
struction of well built roads, capable
of being used at all seasons and In all
weathers, as such roads would assist
111 preventing congestion and in equal-,
Izing their freight trallic.
'Tn large cities where roads are good
the motor tru -k is rapidly superseding
the dray horse. It is cheaper, more
convenient, imre etlicicnt. more hu
mane and more cleanly. Large motor
trucks are used for freighting purposes
and the delivery automobile is used by
merchants to deliver their goods. Ex
press companies use tliera to collect
and deliver express matter. Cud or fair
conditions they everywhere seem to
perform their work with convenience
and efficiency. In the west the farmer
use3 the traction engine to plow, har
row and seed his land and cut his
grain. With the great improvements
that are" constantly being made in the
manufacture of motor vehicles it Is
fair to assume that the day is not far
distant vhai they will he used by the
farmer to carry his products to mar
ket. The motor vehicle Is certainly al
ready a su -ci's-;, and how long a list
ot other Important uses the future will
chow no one can predict. The auiomo
biiist and the fanner should get to
gether and work f-r g od roads.
There is u growing sentiment
throughout the country that the federal
govern!':, nt should appropriate money
to nssist in building trunk lines of
roads. Large sinus of money have been
t-spend-d by the national government
to Improve our waterways, to encour
age the building of trunk lilies of rail
roads and to build roads In the rhllip
jdnes. It would seem as if public con
venience and necessity demanded that
the same government should equally
assist iu tie Internal development of
our country by improving the high
ways. It seems strange that a country
which leads the world In progressive
Bess should allow its roads to get Into
euch a deplorable condition, ours be
ing the only civilized country that
Las neglected Us highways. European
countries have national systems of
roads, the be.st features of which could
irell be copied by this country to its
t "TLo different elements favorable to
Improving our highways should unite
end urge favorable action by congress.
The people of this country are awaken
ing to the economic Importance of tola
treat reform, which iu the tear future
will become our next national work for
Internal development. It calls for con
centrated action, and nil those Interest
ed In this great problem should do every
thing In their power to aid the move
ment for better roads end to Insure the
construction of a 6ystem of blghtvaya
which will meet the real needs cf the
A Tujiax Investment.
Boadway Improvement Is by all odd"
the best paying Investment a comma
city con make.
THE LITTLE FIGS.
Rial on Itnnrtllna: the Mother Horn
, unit llrr c Family.
Iu vcrj cold weather It may be neo
pssar.w for a few days to icmove the
yl;;s to n warm place after they have
sucked to prevent chilling. As new-l-oru
pis suckle as often as every two
hours dtirhi; the day, this entails con
siderable h.con eiii.utv. but it Is time
well spent and tn.iy i.ieau the differ
ence between pmiit ii-.d loss to the
breeder. The pl.-s are soon able to
liifnt their battles with the cold unaid
ed by jr.iy but their own warmth and
that ot the ibini.
Tor the first twenty four hours the
sow should, as a rule. i.ae no feed and
w HI wvd none. If. however, oh shows
signs of liuncer a thin slo; of bran and
shorts cr a thin oatmeal gruel may lv
Civen. Tepid water should be given to
drink us the sow wants it. Never give
rolil water. The feeding for the tlrst
three or four days shouM ligM and
rarefully given, and the time consumed
In getting the sow a full feed shouid
be from a week to tea days, depending
j rn the sire and thrift of the litter. The
first iced should be very luht and In
the form of the thin, warm slop al
ready mentioned, working gradually to
No time should be lost after firrw
Ing la getting U.e sow Into the open
nir. Of course when piirs are farrowed
during the cold months care will be
needel. and it may !u necessary to let
the pi-s reach the ae of two weeks
before turning them out. They can, :
however, get considerable exercise Iu
th? pk-cery er Pi th. lot with the sow, 1
and there Is often a tot adjoining a
! arn that is sunny and '.ie!tcred from
cold winds where thi nr.v family may
be tnruol for exercise. Avoid particu
larly allow:-:; the piss to rua out dur
ing u co'.d rain. Th y are especially
tender during the f.rst weeks. (J. M.
tlroncho ami Maatanc
The broncho and the mustang are
practically the same type, the only dif
ference bring, as a cowboy recently ex- !
pressed it. that "a mustang has a little
the most devil in him." The broncho,
in the strict sens? of the term, is a
cro-s between the mustang and a horse
of any domestic type, says 1 . II. Sto
vall in an exchange. When it comes i
to all around work the broncho Is cer
tainly "ail there." lie will work like
a demon wherever he is put. lie will
pull all day at the business end of a
plow and still have energy enough left ,
to kick the gable end out of the stable
wlit n night con.es. i
The Shi'tlnnil I'ooj. ;
The demand for Shetland ponies co?- J
tiiuies ur.abated, according to Breeder's
Ganettei One prominent breeder who
owns around 4'H head states that he
never knew the trade so good and that ;
he is able to sell all surplus as soon as j
he Is willing to let it go at practically
Lis own price. !
Fleeces uniform in ;uality and length
of staple are most durable for manu
facturing purposes. Consequently if
we wish to produe.i wool most desira
ble for the manufacturer we must not
cross Indiscriminately, but by sys
tematic grading up with some definite
breed of sheep produce a more even
gr:.de of Wool throughout the lleece.
Tlie Ilnmlr I.I 1 Ho Southdown.
At ail the English shoves the dandy
little Southdown takes the lead among
the short wool breeds, writes the Eng
lish correspondent of Breeder's Gar-no.
From their extreme sweetness
iu appearance us well as the fact that
their luu'toa runs highest in the mar
ket, these beautiful sheep appear to
hold visitors in the most profound ad
miration. At Norwich, Birmingham
and Smlthfield the display of this breed
v.-ris, to Fay the host of Ir, most satis
factory. The royal flock from Sard
riugham invariably comes well to the
front at these shows, and liX'o witness
ed iu!te extra good sheep from that
The Ilouni Uiolr Ins f
The boom atmosphere has disap
peared in the sheep and lamb market,
according to a Chicago exchange.
I'rices are still high, but the summit
has evidently been reached. Trade ex
perts contend that there is a limit to
everything, even to the advance In
The "Know How" With Sheep.
Some men find it profitable to feed
sheep ulmply because they are pos
sessed of the "know how" of the busi
ness, and some of them hint that one
man can know this as well as another
if he will only put himself in a position
Gentle Hundlliiic I a Winner.
N'o hogs or other stock should be al
lowed to run with the Hock or In any
way annoy or frighten them. Quiet,
gentle and familiar handling of the
f.ock will have a good Influence on the
coming crop of lambs. No class of
Hock Is more suseoptllle to kind treat
ment than sheep, nnd It Is a pleasure
as well as profitable to handle them bo.
I. n libit Chop.
Look out for early lambs; see that
they do not get chilled.
Separate t!; heavy ewes from the
rest of the flock and see that there are
tto drafts to affect them lu the pens.
The pen bhould be warm and dry
and if possible have windows facing
the south, so that the sun can shine In.
If lambs become chilled they can be
warmed la hot water and then dried by
being wrapped In a towel and placed
by a stove.
If the ewe does not own the lamb
he can be fastened In a rack or bo tied
that the lamb can suck when hungry.
j Monarch. Wfca Were Fantoaa Faff
j Thalr Callaarjr l.earalna;.
; Uoyalty In times pnst has had many
an accomplished epicure its learned tu
1 culinary lore as In the practice of tin
cuisine. It wart Henry do Yalo.t who
brought Into fashion aromatic muuvi
and various plco dainties. Inheriting
bis taste for cooking from Catherine de'
Medici, who Introduced Into Fiance not
only Ices, but much of the culinary art
Louis XIV. was devoted to g.istrou
omy, and for his use llipiors were In
vented In his old age, w hen, it Is said,
he could scarcely endure existence
without a succession of iirtlllclal Mini
ulants. Hut the pertinacity with
which Charles V. of Spain gratified his
appetite under all circumstances rival
ed even that of 1'roderick the Croat.
Before rising in the morning potted
ciiHns were usually seiel to him.
prepared with sugar, milk and spices.
Iced beer being one of his favorite
drinks. Fish, too, of every kind was to
his taste, eels, frogs and oysters ticcu
pying a prominent place iu the royal
bill of fare. Frederick the tlreal was
fond of highly seasoned i:.c.sU and had
a strong predilection for Italian or
French made dishes. It was his habit
during dinner to make pencil marks
against the din"eViit items of the bill
of faro, to which Iv r fcrre.l when
conversing afterward with the maltre
Whin the Due d'LV-ars hik' his royal
Master, Louis XYU1.. were di eted to
gether to talk over a dish the ministers
were kept waiting in the ante hamber.
and the next day this notice regularly
appeared in the oiiiciai journals: "M. le
Duo d'Kscars a travaille dans le cab
inet." It may be added that Louis
XVIIL had invented the "trut'des n la
puree d'ortoians," and. reluctant to
wisclose the secret, he invariably pre-1
p .red t'.-.e dSh with hi; own bauds,
ussisted by the duke. Another Apicil
rean of the first order was the Folish
King Stanislaus Leszinskl. who Invent
ed many a new dish and vastly Im
proved the style of cooking, astonish
ing the Lorrainers, among other things,
by having served up at his table dishes
of meat with fruits, both of which had
been cooked together, tleese which
had be.-n plucked when alive, then
whipped to death, aivl marinees were
s.-t down iu his bill of fare as foreigu
birds, and after a soaiewhat similar
fashion turkeys were transformed Into
"coijs de bruyeres" nnd were served at
the table burled under the strong
smelling herbs of Lorraine. One year
was remarkable for the entire failure
of the fruit crop, but Stanislaus would
not be deprived of his dessert, for,
turning bis attention to confectionery,
he substituted compositions of r.ugared
vogctaNcs. especially of turnips Lon
What one troes inf. debt for nine
times out of ten Is a lux,i.'.v-
A man always making cxcfi. es leaves
himself no time to make' anything else.
Uuslness based i upon frleuds-'dp
tl,r..:itens liotli! fileliilshio based UDOU
;.. '., I
ousiiiess MU-UpUifu I.O.U.
That mau can best 1,'ti' re the cumlty
uf those who don't understand him
who i.'oes home to a wife who does.
It is a irood deal easier to pi"2y for
men's houIs than to pour balm Into j
their wounds, nut to mention that It
costs less. J
The supreme court has not yet decld- j
ed which is the weaker man-he who
is not able to see his own weakness or
Le who has uo faith iu himself. j
From an intellectual point uf view j
that time of one's life is most wasted .
when he tries, lu a spirit of dumb loy
alty, to admire all those things) that are
popularly considered admirable. Sue-
The Word 'Slave." j
The word 'slave." which is happily
u-eil seldom unless metaphorically In
this country, is a word of brilllart his
torical antecedents. Its original, the
Kusslan "hlava," means glorious and
is the title of that race which BUb
Mimes the Itusslau people. I5ut when
the Germans reduced hosts of the .Slavs
to servitude their name, from analice
or accident, as Gibbon says, became
synonymous with ' servile." It retains
no more nuKestioti of its racial origin
now than d'Mfs "ogre," which la really
"Hungarian," from a confusion of the
Magyars with the Huns, und of both
with the terrible Tartars.
Ijelaware has been called the Dia
mond State, for, though umall in Bl:te,
It formerly was of great political Im
portance. It also enjoya the nickname
of the Iiluo Hen State, this having
boon bestowed on account of a ente
uiau named Caldwell, who made the
state famous in sporting annals by the
(pjality of his gamecocks, which lie al
ways bred from the eggs of a blun hen,
believing that this was the best color
for the mother of a gamecock.
Joy is the mainspring In the whole
round of everlasting nature; joy moves
the wheels of the great timepiece of the
world; he it in that loosens flowers
from their buds, suns from their firma
ments, rollir-g Hpheres in distant Hpaee
k-cii not by the glass of the astrono
Too Smooth. J
The Fiancee There's Just one thing
that worries mo a little. The Fiance
What Is that? The Fiancee There
Kocms to be no opposition on the part
of any of oi:r relatives.
Often confession Is owning up when,
you are euro to be caught. Uaturday,
Is The Moon Inhabited.
Science bus proven that the inxBi
hit in ntinomihoiv, which inake.s
life In some form possible on tlu' t
. i.itclllte; hut not for huiituu leliu,l
' V 1u h ive n hard ot oiigh time n!
ll,l,v earth of ouro; ONpoclully thiHo
vh l'i't know tli.it Kloctrlc Bittern
euro V leadaehe, HIHoiihucmm, Mal.irUi,
chill iutd Fever, Jaundice,, D,vnpcf,,
Dix.Mdosi . Torpid Liver, Kidney com
phili. ts. t V '"enil Debility and Font b
wt'akt0N. l'netiialled a n gen nil
Tonic and Alpotler for weak i -r-Mons
ami OHpoylaliy for the agedl It
IndiieeH Hound idep. Fully jturun-
teed bv lc1 B.MU ITilgglst. .rrico
Imd Ollleo a.v- Idveview, (Jregmi,
May 1 1, I'.HHi. N -t ieo U hereby given
that the followlti t-mimod Ht'ltljer has
llled .notice of his intention to make
dual proof in support of his claim,
mid that saiil proof v 1 1 1 bo iumiIo be
fore Kogistor mid Ke. "elver at l.nke
view, Oregon, on tin lillh ilay f
dune, l'.HHivi: John i. Beobe 11.
K. No. for the F.'aV4 and V.
Sl-'.l. See. I Tn XI S . If. 17 F. . W.
- - . - - i - i
M. lie nanios the Tollowlog wilnesst8
to prove his continuous n sldeneo
upon and cultivation of said land,
viz: Boy Woodward, Denii.s F.. 1
Niwby, W. K. Mct'ormack ui nl Jonas j
V. Woodward, all of Paisley. Oregon. '
J. X. Watson, Kegister. lH-il. !
Il'uited States l.im I Oillce at Lake
view, Oregon, May t, I'.HK!.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler bus til y notice
of his Intention to niuke tl mil proof
in support of his claim, nnd that said
proof will be made before Kt isteraml
Heceiver at Lakevievv, Oreg' n, on the
ISth dav of June, I'.fcliviz:- James N.
Tavlor,lld. No. -J.tos f,.r the NW.
NW', Sec. i SVl4 SV4 rn e. ':i and
K',. SK'4 S v. -J t, Tp. it.'. S. , B. IT F...
W. M. lie names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation uf said
land, vi. : Jitn Moore, Juices .McDon
ald, Will Farrow and linios McDonald
all of l'aisley, Oregon. I
J. X, Watson, KegisteK U 'Jil
Land Ollice at Lakoview, Oregon, :
May 1. '.'. Xotict" i hereby Kiveti
that the followititMuimi-d Hi'ttler has.
Illed notice of Lis iuto ;tiui to make
Html proof iu support of his claim .
and that said proof will be iimdo be-
fore Kecister and llec iver lit Lake- I
view, Oregon, on tbe li'.th day of
June, l.ii vi.: Demi
l New by, II.
K Xo. iV.l for the K'
Tp XI S.. K. 17 I I. . W
SW. Sec. 7 Tp 111 S..
si:4 s.v. rj.i
M. an I W'., :
L is F... W. M. !
He niltnes the follwoi'l,
it uesses : t o I
prove his cont unions h eslileuce upon
and cultivation of H i id land, viz
Joints C. Woodward, John (i. I'.eibe,
W. K. McCormack ani.1 Koy Woodward
all of Parley, Oregon, i
J. X. Watson, KoKi-j'cr. U" 'JJl
UN A I. I'IMMir
Land Ollice at Luk view. Ore
Apr.. :m, I'.kmi.
Notice is hereby given that the fob
low.'.i-nniiieil K-ttler hun Illed notice
of .lis Intention toin ike li i.il proof
in support of tils claim, nnd t hat said
proof will be made before Kegister
and Receiver ut Luktview Orr.gon.
on the l."th day of June, l:xi. viz.
'utiles 0. lllaisdell II l. N'o L'.V::! t..r
Sl- 'fNWJ SWJ MCi Ac N'4 SLiSt'cv
Vi', :':V S K Hi Ii W M.
I le nO"'1' the following witnesses
to 1 1 rove In.'' continuous residence and
cultivation u! "aid Ian. I, vi.. James
11. Owen. .las. Tull. John Watt and
Lawrence (irlfi'in 'f I'd.v, Oregon.
J. X. W'ii'o" Kegister.
Ii-Mei! J.a'titl Final IVoor.
Fnitcd States .'.and Office. Lake
view Oregon, April,-';. ,!Mi,;-
Notice is hereby uivcM that D.ivb.l
l ( lebuid, of Flush, Lake . o., Oregon
has liled notice of intention to make
proof on his ileHer t-land claim N'o .'JO
for the SiNW'4', N'jSU'i, Sec. III1. T. :!'."
S., K. HI Ii., W. M. I'liHurveyed, before
Ib glstcr an.l Kecelver at Lal.cview,
Oregon, on Frjday, the loth tiny of
June. 1 !).
!.. MI......U Hi., fiillnwlllir wltllCHHCH
to prove the complete irriii,tlon and
reclftniation of said land: Frank
I'.op-rs of Flush, Oregon, u k whlt
worth, Jamt'H 'l urpiii, aiid.Iobii Hull
of Lakeview, Oregon.
lS-L'J J. X. w'utsoii Kenistcr.
TiMiiKit Mirii i:
Timber Land, Act June li. InTh,
I'nlted Stati H Lund Ollice, Lakeview
Oregon, Apr, 14, IDOli. j
Notice U hereby Iveri that In coin
pliame with the proVMoim of the
act of OoiiKrcHH of .lu'.ie .'!, 1s7n, en
titletl "An net for theHale of timber
binds In the Staton ot CHllfornla. Ore
gon, Nevada and WiiHliitiKtoii Terri
tory", us extended to all the I'ubHc
Land S tates by act, of August 4, 1S9-',
('hurley Mesner, ;f Klamath Falls,
county of Klamath State of Oregon.,
hos tiU'il In thlsolicc hisHM orustato
meiit )(. UOls, f'rthe purchaHeof tlio
SwJ Hwi, XhI Swi, Sec. t'! and
KLi .Iii, i;iij MliJ, of Sec. No. 110, In
Township No. :tl S., ItitliKe No. 1 10
w Mi, ii nd will offer proof to s'now
that the land sought is more valuable
for lis timber or atone than for nri
culrnral purposes, and to estajdish
his C laim to Ham mini neioni i ninny
Cleik ut his otlichi l place of biiMiiieHS
at kluinuth Fulls, Oregon on Friday
tbf itli day J uly, 11(0(1.
lie names its witnessos; Hurbert
cainer. Frank Hull. Arnold tl Watf
nr of Klamath Falls, Or., and t hus.
.iccuniber, of Hairy, Oregon
! Any and all persons claiming ud
vflrst'lvtlie above described lands are
rf niested to llle their cluiiim In this
o'licc on or neiore huki oui iuy oi
J. N. Wut soil iti-KlHter
Bean tb ) Vou Hij e Always Bot'i
ft. 3UYTHE rtff
Tofor You Puir.li Any Ollmr Wrltn
THE JT.W N6VI 8IWIN0 MACHINE CQMPA.l''
V.Mf ."cwlnk' W.vliinri urn mi lol.-i M t-i r
lx-.t ol quilily, hut !' "Xe 1 1 imiio " i . i, ,o
lo wrur. Our iiunrnnty tu ynr ri. c t.
Wn innko lwin,- Mxchiii' t i.l n I c in . . i.
t t ha I'a.li. The "New llotio " i a ; -ri.e
'. il n.l II VsU-t rn' f.Min' t v' -. ..i."
Nolil It) t ullnrl-l leiil, r ij, .
r,-i k a, r r v
Tho Mcr f.'.iiiia dew ing Machine Co.
WISSTURr STAUli LINU
Otlico nt the Mcri'ti'ilili l'(iii!iiiy'f
Store Lakex'iew, lrcgoti. j
tlood 5 lock l-asy Coaches J
Daily from Lakeview to Jtly, coniiect.j
ing -Aitb Daily Stage to the railroad. j
Office at tin' P.lv Hotel, Uly. i
H. CASF:U:I:K. - - Proprietor!
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
I.i avert I.akevicw at ( a. in.
every ly but S'.itnlay.
H turning, leaves I'aish'y
at (i a. in every day htr
PiitMngrn' arc j. KowndlrlpSi
O; 'PICE - KeymiMi A WuiKflrl.t'. iJikfrl i
lukeview Cigar Factory . .
A. SroHKM., Prop.
CO"THli' OIUO.'HS HOMCITKI)
(iive in a triil. Mum in the brick
btiiltlwiL' next door to Font A. King mi
llion, iakevu-w, Oregm.
Mi'H. 11. M- ( M l.Ar.io:a, Proprietor.
Iliiilding lias P.een Fnl irired
T.i Accrmioibite a Large Trade
XJiW PINK CKKKK,
A Chance for Speculators.
SCHOOL LAND. 2h0 acres of level
unimproved agricultural land for nale
cheap. llincription : KlVJ-4, S,'J of
NKand SWJi of SK,'4', Section 10,
Tp., ''i'i S., K. l'J K. W. M. This Is a
defiiable piece of land, located in (ioripu
I.akd valley and will make Home mu u a
l you are thinking of ranlzln a
Hlock company see our new Kumples
of Wall Street eiiKruved stock cert III
School Days Over
Your school course Is finished. What arn vo,'.' JK l now?
Are you one of the vast majority who end their hc..'""' da ysln the com
mon schools? If you are we want your attention for a ini'j minutes.
You cun Kot a higher ediicutlon, any kind you want koiHlncss, tech
nleal or wnerul w Ithout leuvln home, wit bout, ulvln up your work for
u single day, without spending more than you can easily afford.
Do you want lo know how?
The plan is very simple. Instead of spending your day Jut a desk, re
citing your lessons to u lonelier in n bin' brick building, you j prepare yiM'.p
lessons at Home, irom our outlines,
by mi 11 for correct ion.
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for recitation. You pay a comparatively hiiiuII sum, a
furnish text books, examination
paper, and competent Instruction'
until your course Is completed,
Your dully work does not Inter
fere with your studies. You can
eurn while you learn.
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our plan, write your name on the
coupon, cut It out und mall to lis.
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cert illcates of ,V ock and I'" Old blanks
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book received .Monday evening. If
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H I'MPTIOII B.I..
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If it fall. Trial DotUat frea.
write t lie recita tion, und send 11 to us
o any set hour
ml for lids wo
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cm quillfy fur tl.c i.oil- E lectrlcal Enfc-loeer
tie befur wiilcli I lav C ivil Engineer
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