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I.AKKCiilNTY KXAMINPR. I.AKKVII.W OliUKt.V. MMWAY Ji I.Y
Wlllam II. Tuft
..JnniMi S. Shci mil
I'roian.l.r '. K im
Vice I'rcs .1. ill
Seoretar ol -ian.
Hern-taM 1. 1 Tr.-as irv
fertr) of W ar
Franklin MacVeiiih ,
Jacob It. Pirklnanii
licorvr W. Wtrkeraltara !
I'natinasier lirm ral Frank 11. II i tenon
Hprri-itrr of Narv l. on' sou I..
5r5ln.rr,.ir . . . . . Ku -hard A. H.Ms.'r
tVrrelarv nl Anc.illiir. Jam.-. Win.
Secret- -t of I omiuerc n"rJ'' ' 1
Chlol J.i.M.- Mel t I I Kullcr
Vi .paKon vrn.T. i'. S. vvnton .immls.im.rr
W (I. Menard. I S. ln.1 I ommls.ion.
fu. re' arv of Siato . .
Snpu. I'ni.iic Instruction
I'rin.ci - ..
F. W. Benson
F. W. Heliaon
,co. A. Sipi'i
. . A. M. Crawford
. . J. H Av acrtnan
. W. S. Iiunlw
lalrv an-1 Kood Coin
J. W. Halle)
I Ji.tmoihan Hounr. Jr.
1 i.eo. A. Ctismli. rlain
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v . K H n
1 I hKvril'VKT
K S Wan
! F. A M H.r -'
K i r i akin
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I W. V . :.airr
Intel J u-tt f
.HTM Jl'IMllAl. HHTHl-n..
Oeo. II . Nolard
) V. kukken.lal.
Jiillll Senator .
ti. H. Meirynian
II. 1'. He Ik nap
H. A. Hratlain
I.Afsr-Col M Y
F. W i ayne
... Albert in ii.
K. O. Ah. -iron.
A. J Fo i r
. K. B JaC sou
.0. M. Faulkner
l'. a. Hchari
II R. H.rytor.t
, . m. I'romlioot
f ommisaioners .
TOWN OF LAKhV:EW.
Hir" Failt jr .
. knelling (
D. J. i'lnx 1 ..
J N. v aiion i
J. S. Lane 1
w. H. Snider
. . Kvcoraei
r S. I ANl OFFICE
A W. tirinii
Fred F. Crouemuier
LAKEVIEW BOAKP OF TRAl'F.
M iifer '
Fiuant e Comiiiiltemati
Agricultural; ." ..
.. F. V
, M. B. Kiev
. . . I- F. I onti
i". r.. S-nKi-r
W. F. I'aine j
W. 1' Heryiorit ;
. H . W. lirenkel J
. S V. Kehart
Rnv-ni. Headquarters for Sirapp-r. j
LOUQli UIRECTURV ;
Meets everv munJ and fourth Thursday i'I
each monih. ill Maarlo Hall. Lakeviea.
thas. Tonnlu(!sen. W.M.: Vim. t-.uniher, F.
DEUKEE CF HONOR-LAKE.'HUKE i.lla.th
No. 77. D. of H.. A.O. l W.. Meets first and
third Thursdavs of each inohth in Masouic
Hall: Llilie Harris; C. of H.; r.tta Peacock,
L. of H ; .Mary Post, C. of C: Srrab uarrett
I. 0. O. F' LAKEVIEW LOIX.E. No 63. I. O
O F., meets everv saiuiday evening in Odd
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from OctoU-i 1
to April 1. and at a olclock from April 1 to
September 3n. A. E. Cheney, N. O. ; E. F.
I. O. O. F.-LARE ItW EN AMPMtN l No. 1
I O. O. F., meets the first and third Thnrs
day evening of each month iu Odd Fellows
Hall. Lakeview. c. P. Arthur, C. P., A. II
REBEBAH LODGE-LAKEVItW LOIXiE, NO.
'!. I. O. O. F., meets the second and fourth
Fridavs of ea. h mouth in Odd Fellow ' Hail,
"Mis. M. L. Hcrvford. V.; ; Mrs. Ida Hry
"fonl, . li.; Mrs. M. l Moss, secretary ; Mrs.
L. J. Magiltou, Treasurer.
. E. S. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO. 5, LAKE
vicw, Oregon, Mee'.a on Tuesday, on or be
fore full ruoou and mo weeks thereafter, in
Masonic Ilali.at 7:Su o'vlic.
Visiting men. ber- me cordifill y invited.
( OKNEI.IA A. WAlSN, W. M,
IPA TER f'H. s-i r inry
METHOPIST EPl.-i OPAL CHLIU H-THEI
first tuudHV iu ea.-h niotith, pr, -inching at 11 j
a. m. Aside froir mis, prea.'liing every Sun- ;
day at ila. in.aud 7: i0p na. at 1-nkevisw
innday .-liool at 10 a. in. Lafje at 6:.ici p.
m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7::tu p. in ,
Ladies Aid Wednesday 1::J pi in Choir
practise t nday : n p in A cordial nivita
lioii is cxti-iiileu to youu.
C. B. P.F.r.S, Pastor
'IP..-T BAPTIST CHIP.' H OF LAKEVIEW
Preaching service at 11 A M and 7 ;io P M on
1st and .ird Mm. .-unday Sell. ml at lu A M.
Junior Society at P M. Baptist Veiling
People's Union at 6:.io P M on each Sunday.
Pray, r M. etin.' at 7:Ho I' -M Wednesday eve
uii:'. Every body iiUited to attcud all ser
CATHOLIC CHfRi'lI- EVEKV SUNDAY MA-S
and B.-ni-d:ciiiiii at too'clm-k a. in. sun. lay
achool alter liciieill.;on. W eek dav Ma- at
l;M. IU. I. A VA.-'IA. s.J.
FIRST BAPTIST ii('K( Il uf tiOOSE LAKE
at N.-v Piiii i r--. k, Or.-'on. pp-aciiing s.-r-vici
s nt 11 A M and 7::io P M of i acli Sunday
of evi-rv n.'.i.ih Suiiday school atlUAM.
Prayer s.-r ii c at 7:' on Wednesday evening
of eai-ti w d Ail are cordially 'invited lo
attend .he s.-r ics.
J HAVDKN HOWARD, two
T l CDSS
Attorney at Law
J, D. VENATOR
Attorney at Law,
ltnd Mattera Hprlalt
OFFICE Pair Building.
Land and Law Ofilce
Abstractor of Titles
Attorney at Law
office: Over Ritiik of Lu view
I'll OS. J. POWELL
Ollke lu Duly Kulldlujj
At the Hunting'
By Frederick R. Toombs
COYIGrfT.roe. BY AMERICAN PRT5 ACTOOATTON
IN spl.o if ibolr
naiiir. I li .iu l.
luai v wil l aui-
mala have nt
., 1 v a a t oiio ro
S o in o oan be
Irnlvod to use
l O 0 O 111 H't
ISonie are uiujos
tlo to lui'k on;
othors have oiil
llo tloh. ." sup
ply y n 1 u m b I
Ivory, or proe
f tbo wil.lomoss
froi'Iy with tholr
Hut tho jm'itlior U nt on.- of
The marauding, torrifylnp. night
lurking panther that niattis tho noi tion
of Africa where Mr. Koosevelt hunts
ts 40 pounds of treachorousiicsji and
usolossness. He is eight ftt of the
most vlolous qualities of the priueral
forest. He is the Knurling, gashing.
clawing eintMxlliuont of nil that nature
was careless In ireai .. for ho scire i
! no purpose but his destructive ov.u. a
clear violation of one of the laws of
j Limited largely to night stalking ow
ing to the feline poouliaritl.'s of his
eyes, wiiii q n rv i.arinuiy s'Lii i.-?s uir-
lug brighter light, the panther (the
largest spo-es f leopardi nlo'lble 111-
activity at night to make up for. the
limitations of his "work" by day. Tho
African panther is usually the yellow-
Ish, fawn colored brute, with black
spots or circles Inclosing a spot of
brown. The entirely black specimens
are the Asiatic breed, and white pan
thers are rarest of all.
With a long, heavy body; short, mus
cular legs; thick, powerful necks
shnrpest of teeth mid claws and thick
skulls, the African pauther is a prowl
ing, leaping arsenal of nature's ef
fctive weapons. Some of hls'flylus
leaps measure forty feet and over, and
1 he land.s on all fours, with gleaming
teeth and burcd claws, which s;r.k
luetics deep into his doomed prey, (in
striking down man or beast ho li.i
mediately tears open the unprotected
! abdomen to feed on tho liver, hea.-t,
j k'dneys. etc
i Mr. Roosevelt will tind the pauther
j especially difficult to kill for several
reasons viz. his agility In climbing
I among trees, his sjiealtliliiess In the
; bush, his nocturnal habits, tin- rapid
i It y of his Jumps, the fear of the ua
i the guu curriers ai.d assistants and
the smallncss of the beast's vital or-
gatis, thus particularly iifii ult to
; reach willi a bullet. The heart and
I lungs are very small ai:d surrounded
I by thick fat, and the brain Is small,
1 Incased In bard bone; aioo his way of
j living N very Irregular, there being no
i especial kind of place where he can
I usually be found at particular times,
j tiius dlllerlng from many other uni
J main. Like all huge Jungle cats, the
panther Is u most dangerous object
when in bis convulsive death throes.
Mr. O. P. Sanderson, an acknowl
edged English authority, stales that
the panther Is a more dangerous op
ponent than the tiger of Rengal, as he
Is roused with less provocation and U
more courageous and versatile in at
tacking his disturbers. Sportsmen
look for Lira In rocky hills covered
with scrub or along waterways, where
the temperature is more even, and in
India often lure iiirn within range of
guns by tying a goat or a dog to a
B'ake r tree. The panther's fondness
f'.T dog meat results lu a dearth of
caijnes In villages.
It Is of course owing to his eye
weakness that the panther rarely
makes an attack between 0 o'clock In
the morning and 0 o'clock lit night. If
you meet him by chance within this
Interval of time, since be is not sure
of his sight, be turns tall at the slight
est sound and runs to hide In the
thickest part of the jungle, but be sel
dom goes very far. Relieving himself
well concealed, he crouches behind a
thicket, with bis head on his fore
paws, In the position of a cat on the
watch. Woe to you if you pass within
the range of one of his bounds! Yon
will have him on your back. On foot
or on horseback you will not escupe
An unwounded panther uses his
teeth only on cattle, but when he Is
hunted or crosses n man on his path
j BlH lilMo
! vf '!
bo -nslly Inllli t- 1
nullii lntly x.worf
troy Hit- t.u c nml
When ho N won
claws ai.il tooth i
ts blows with bis claws .
rful to completely de-
usually cause death
ounilod he uses ltli
;iul falls upon man
with n fury that Is terrible. The pan
ther stretches Mtmelf iignliist the tree
trunks to sharpen bis claws.
A venturesome Frenchman, M. lb.ur
tximcl. has written nt length of his
experiences lu panther hunting. He i
states that the leopards teach their
young how best to kill their prey by a
nystom of lessons. Just as a hawk
teaches Its young to fly.
lie snys: "From birth to the Hge of
ten ic.'nt!is it a ear, tin time when
the mother abandons them, the kitten
live only uion animals tint have been j
capftirvd by their mother. They hove
never yet made an ntf k themselves,
but have received valu-ible lessons,
having looked on nt more thin one
scene of carnage. I have seen ll:tle j
panthers of the nIto i
culmly and oi -i
tholr mother t .
When the i .i. 'tei
ago of eight . . tc
reachil bis full m
a dog wat hing
!g c!o ely while
' nn n'ltolnpe "
' .is f.
St I .
then I he hunter i. ist
mofit ginTly. No b itc
catching the wild ar
cows, hordes. omi I
creature can re !:t I i.i
ed he sclilivii :::
the range of til i !e -.;
limit ho falls up '!i i-: . I l
ludiscrimliia uly viiinu' osi tt
examination. If a locomotive should
pass within this limit of distance I am
absolutely certain that It would ha at
tacked by an old panther.
He Is very dainty in regard to his
food, cares only for warm and bleed
ing flesh and refuses to touch n crea
ture found dead Only young, very
feeble onos do li, who lack strength
end cunning to Httm k big game. An
adult beast almost never eats the rui-c
nants of his victim. He often k-'-'ps
them, boiling they will be good uet
day, but. finding the meat cold, ivj-:s
away without touching It. Rixe
times he makes use of these a-i.c
ments as a sort of bait.
If the panther Is hunting and w.urcs.
to take a victim by surprise becrivU
like a serpent. His agility and ctu
Ling render Llm formidable. After
satisfying his appetite he continues
taking life f.r pleanure, and It has
often been observed that he was un
able to eat ij tenth part of the do
mestic uui.nals he killed. It is lmpos
sible to fori:; a Just Idea of the loss he
causes to the tribes whose territory
At the sight of dead bodies ho
rouses to fresher animation and ardor.
He has often been seen after having
brought down u hunter and laid open
his skull to leave him and then to re
turn and lay open the chest of the
body lyiujL; dead on the ground. One
of those agile quadrupeds one day
darted in among a herd of antelopes
near Lake Isolt, In Uganda, and klllec
twenty-neveri of them.
The panther is naturally extremely
tenacious of life. Those who have
most closely studied bis ways und htib
Its assure us that be does not succumb j
Immediately to the wound of a bullet )
II..I I...., ..I,..,...l V.lu l.....f 1 1 n.ii.l ,
luai una 1111-1' li,.-. nr...., ,.-7 ii.uoi 1
have in this respect the privilege of I
the lion. Other hunters bear witness
that many of these aulmals after re-
!.' tr f ' fft'A '". ' iiJ ' 1
Mltln At or Ms UU h t5J
bare atlll itrusfile.1 Ut a long time
and died only by a ilow agony.
A Herman uportsmnn succeeded III one
of Ills bums In getting possession of a
very young pauther. of which he tried
to iimke n iH-t.
Hut one day when they hail Inken
him Into the fores! he wna long lo re
turning to his mnilera, and two serv
ants w ere sent to learn w hnt had be
come of lil in. The panther spuing on
tlirin. threw them both to Hie ground
ni d lore their bodies open.
public, swift and sinister, the pun
tber has a tlendlsli fondness for tor
lu.ln: hli victims, In-nst or human
lie will plu with a half dead tnnn
like u cat with a broken winged bird
Having cm-hod down a native, the
panther will spring Into the bushes
and bide. Tie unfortunate, thinking
his enemy gone, essays to rise or crawl
awny. only to lie suddenly struck to
eartl again, lo be fought over by Jack
nls. I.yenas nnd vulturea.
M Jmipjes Arngo. a scholar and
traveler of F.uropeau celebrity, thus
driwi the portrait of the panther:
-Is that n tiger, a lUard, a serpent
or a lion which so devoured apace? Is
It k flame whose movement flashes
wltlt the rapidity of thought? It Is the
panther In uncst of bis prey; It U tho
nlmnlfst. the most aslle of the tjuad
nipels Hint the hunter pursues Your
ball must fly swiftly to overtake him
The urrow Is not so swift as he. And
how is If iMslble to strike that elastic
b.dy which stretches out. curves,
bends about, shortens?
"How clxe on the moving being to
which all quiet Is Impossible, which Is
refreshed by motion, enervated by
calm and sleep?
"You aim at the earth. Tho panther
you thought to strike with an infalll
hie missile draws your t-yes above
your head to see him. lie does Hot g
on feet; he tiles.
"It Is th panther rather than the
lion or the '.Iter who should lie known
as Hie king of beasts "
More slle.it than other dangerous
(.east, th- panther so contributes to
the perplex lies of his pursuers. His
try. Infre.p.eutly heard, Is a harsh
noise, some hlug between a grunt, and
a cough, tie emits a short roar at
times whei. charging an assailant.
While dltlic.lt for parties to clreuni
t"nt, pnntU ts are less suspicious of
tr.s than Hons, etc., and they are
ofun cnugl-; In baited cage traps.
A writer li the American Field de
scribes a th II lug panther hunt In Rrtt
lsh East vflea. northwest of En
tebbe, illu; ra lng the brute's agility,
resourceful lesj and tenacity to life.
"We wer fijlowlng elephant tracks
Into a thlc iet of 'wait a bit' brushes
(so named 'bvause of the annoying
thorusi weu a large leopard sprang
In front of os,' lie says.
"Hums, ho was In the lend. bsk a
shot at hi n, tut score.) a clean miss
on account of bis pony rearing to the
side. 1 nutlet J the brute make for a
bush to tle r I ht of us, so we started
after him on foot, leaving George to
look aftei th ponies. Huddenly up
Jumped tie bvpard about twenty yards
from us. V both tired together, and
the brute ma te a leap 'as If bard hit. I
Hums was nbat six yard to the right I
of me wt-cn I;- cried out: i
" "Uxik out, kid"
"Rut ItffoM 1 had time to look the '
leopard :prti.ig and floored me like a
tetipln, knotKlug my rifle from my .'
hands. He sprang from the left side. I
so my Wghi nrm was free. As luck I
would bave V my knife was on the ;
right H.'.le i my belt. Iirawlng It, 1 I
let tlm sa.ige brute have Its point i
clean I.i 1 1 U snout Just ns he was In
the act of cli lng at my throat. Rums,
who J ad Hied Ills bayonet, came to
my iiAslsta.n e. The brute thought it
best L cler out.
"AMt rveeplng fifteen yards Hurns
polnvd to bush, nnd there I saw the
old .dim- lying down, evidently In
grea-. j in lit. He would keep getting up
anc lylnp down, nil th time licking
hlj side here the wounds were, Tills
tit.1, we decided to have a good broad
hLJv at htm, so crept to the left, taking
c.ti-e no to let the iinliiml see us.
U ben wa got between fifty end a hun-
i irrod yards from him we bad a goisl
l lew and watched his ante s. Then,
U'velin our rifles, wo fired together.
The leopard sprang up, leaped about
twelve feet and rolled over on bis side.
I was about to make a run up to lilm
when old Rurns luckily dragged me
back, for Just then up Jumped the
leopard nnd cut some of the queerest
capers I ever saw. Leaping suddenly
toward us in a last try for revenge,
he presented as fearful a sight as I
ever want to see.
"Rurns let him have another shot
in bis side, at which he made a leap
the air and came down all of a
01, u ui.eri
Is seen that it took five well
,lllM,.rM fr(1,n desbfiiMl for
H,.,,mnt ttrut nOI1 kHnBi ul.lttlon to
, .hrnsi to inv low timr ,rnie"
WAT IS It RUCK.
Wi furnish the most compleli Camping Outfit tor the monef mi oMend to thi public
We have inmle preparation to furnish the C. .vrtiiinriil and all i.r,.lrr ami sell, is ,,;
Irans ol land as wi ll Inintini:. tisliinc. and lnmi',1 parilr a with .ft' A ''
I.ehl-wriiiM ami convenient la nping oiilld. Ul ing Id S p"l e W V .
ll,,n t,. liuni.li Ibis oull.l a! ln.t r..sl we arr - "lll7V v. j
. . . . .1.- heateflt il rtT f .. it
M OUr IUIIIKIII S IOC V S , SF
low prices. 1 Ilia coineh li? outfit, C"HiM
ing ol a canvas lent, ii ll , made ft " .
dm k cairning outfit for cooking,
etc., consiatlng ol it piece.
lu- lent and CampcM Outfit K.. In Wr fill the balao. r ol lids Inn. I, ,
linv which holds hlankt-W ami wealing app.iicl. . .m.lniUng a liavrl. I n l..ic.o,,.c,.t . , ' ,
I.. , i i-k e el
1...L rtt-rvl one nc. cssaiv on Ins li.
.-..si ..f tin. .nine outfit nil.MMl Trims:
J, i Oil bcl. io I lie slnpinrnt o the i; 1 ' b " l't"'V- 'I he
Im..l p.n incut ol $.VlMicn paid .. I lie n,-o. cmpanv l" 1 I" .
w It ti privilege to examine. " I .ul cic.lit e I H". Vv l
a paitv "I l.'.ir people i;. togrllu i tie v an bumt: "lie c . .line,
i,i, lomls and to trnts. All ord;rs will be llllcd In
regular order, as received.
The opening of the Oregon Military. Road Orant at Lakeview (of t-,r
Oregon alley I and Company) take plaie September Vth.
'I liousaros ol topic liotn ' the I'lnlrd Stalra will stlci.d .U Sllaii wl. .
will be llir go- H. land opening cv. i field in I lit- I'uitrd Slalrs. I akrvu is .1, .
:o hr oini" our of llir gli ul i oiiiinco ial tciilen ol our rontiliy, Ilium tisr piriOi... .
oing on to talc i aie ol the vast luullitndc that is going to ai Hilda ibrrn in Sept. ml . ,
Not a single r..un, house or store tan be t nlrd l..r sli. Iter or ..r any otlief ptui e
manv people who intend lo be present at llic opriuug liavr lalrn all the r.im atail,
or sleeping puis.ses.
'I he ( lunatic . on. lit n. lis in SoullieMi Oregon are ui h that people ( an live oolsi l. u, .: ,
H-n lulr heir.
1 lie (.enrial Agcnl of I tie liegi.ii alley Land oiiqativ advisrs us thai It i, I . i
male ample picp.inoi..ii I. tins in i as..n, as iliosr in. I used .. ,Mit.i.f life would i,. .i
a great liaoUlii n sleep in tlie op, n. Keidcnts ol lalrvirM advlsp lis 1 1., it i.i ,,. ,
a lent in a regul.ir camping .iv will mi.srf all puiisc. W c adiise )ou, If j.m o, ,
in br p'eseni at llir opening, to pi. ..nr youiscll m rvi ry wjv (H.ssil.le.
Ity liav nig sin li a i a m ping oiilfil ) . u will
von would hate to spend '-.r
lu. ly lew .
1'p lo llir present lime we have wirn or.lrrs (! a giral many ol thrsr miile.. I
people ho will go to I ukc n . 'I li. -.e outfits ao- i..t m.ole up i r. In or.h a, s .
oll Wl-.li I.i avail vulscll ol tin- i.pportnnitv of gi -Otng one of lliese light nciglit i an t
ing outfit at null a reasonable I'll, r, )..u I14.I bettef sertH in v. .1.1 order al 11
a. 1. nml of the orders rciclvrJ a al coming in dally, will be unable 01 I. II . .
order eailier than llnrtv 1U11 fi..in 11-. eipl ..1 v.iiue.
Assuring you tlial v. .11 will It unoc lli.oi n.i!in'i. I willi tl.i. lumping oulM, an I :!..,
it will be ol great serv 1. e l -.n, we l.i g I 1 rcunic., ...r s o ij 1 11. U ,
46 li, Jackson Blvd.
I I nil) l is Crnls Is Iht I'r ls ul I'ra,
j '1 be terrible ItchliiK mid aliiartlng,
j Incident toceitulil skill dineioiea la
Hlmoat liihtantlv hllnev d by upplylng
t liHtn l er'nlu 'a Siihe. Price,'J- ei'iila.
I'or shIm by D'.ly ,V Hall.
M e.X lean Taiunles every I'leiilng lit
I .' o'clock at tho Hlue ( ioi.se, opposite
Odd bellow a 1 1 nil.
A RKWARO of fifty dollar is her
by ottered for information flint will
leail to the 111 rent oini conviction of
any pelsoii who bus ntolou wires or
other property, from our Company ;
slid the MMtne reward is hereby olfered
for information thst will lead to tfie
arrest Htid conviction of auyone des
troying the property of tin) Compiiny.
Secretsry Ijike Co. Tel. A Tel. Co.
Nusul Catarrh qmek; ; . ..-I N f.. rent-
llient I." the lig ei-ai.l ., i.:,,m,'i,- i.iv'a
(.'r.atn Jl.ilm. It, is r v.i throii h the
.1.. -tills mil rl i.wn --eel b iU tli, whole
.:ir:...e ov.-r wl.i-'li it .bans, an ..-If, Itu.;.
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The No. 2 A Brownie
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Built on Ihc Kodak plan uses Kodak film cartridges
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a little camera for snap-shots or time exposures.
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our hix fctylcs f l'rwnh:i and fifteen styles of Kodaks raiii'lntf
in price frr.n. m , vtr $100.00, und fully explains the day
light devi lo; ou n ,m ibods which have done away with tho dark
room. 1'rcc .., ,,n kodak dealers or by inulL '
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