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ditoridl Page of "The Capita
CHABLE8 H. FISHED,
Editor and Manager.'
S. iiIi.t 1 1. I!!3.
FUBI.ISIIKD KVEliY EVEXiNO EXCEPT SUNDAY, 8ALEM, OKE00.V, BY
Capital Journal Ptg. Co., Inc.
U S. BABXEH,
CHAM. It. FISHER.
DOHA C. AXIJKESEN,
Bee. and Trcus.
TJnilv bv earner, ner year S.00 Vet month 4Sc
Daily by rpnil, per year 3.00 I'er month
KLh LEASED WIKK TEI.EOKAl'II KEI'OKT
New York ' 'hi'' '
Vi'i,r,H.e,vis Williams hpeeiul Agency
Jim Hill says that if the farmers won't loan the Allied
nations the money to buy with they will be unable to sell
their wheat. This may be true or it may be some more
of old man Hill's buncombe and he is the greatest hot air
merchant in the world when it is necessary to be in order
STATE FAIR BULLETIN
Hurry It. Eishi-r Co.
;i0 X. Dearborn St.
The Capital Journal carrier boys lire instructed to put the papers on the
porch. If the carrier does not do this, mimes you, or neglects getting the
j,iper to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, us this is the only
tay we can determine whether or not the carriers are following instructions,
iione llaiu 81.
BUSINESS AFTER THE WAR
"If the war in Europe were to end as suddenly as it
begun it would plunge the United States into a dreadful
panic." So says a great Philadelphia manufacturer.
But would that prove true?
For instance, there is the automobile truck industry,
enormously stimulated by war orders. What is to become
of this increased production when the war ends?
The European war really marks the beginning of the
motor truck's usefulness in the United States- If you stop
to analvze the cumulative effects of the vast publicity!
motor trucks have received, you will see that the world
is entering a new era of motor truck use.
Take a collection of government maps of different parts
of the United States, showing the highways, and you will
tret some conception of the rapidity widening transporta
tion field for motor trucks, altogether outside of the cities
and towns. Within a generation it is probable that almost
every farmer of any consequence will have his motor
truck and tractor.
The government has campiled figures showing that
the man-days spent in hauling from farms in a year is'
nearly 7,000,000 for wheat, 2,500,000 lor cotton and more
than 6,000,000 for corn. The potential saving in labor,
due to increased load possibilities and higher speed, is be
War has always directed the mechanical arts into new
channels. From the forging of big gun tubes came the
making of hallow shafts for machinery. In making
armor plate new alloys were discovered that played an im
lortant part in peaceful industries.
SANE PREPAREDNESS IN PROSPECT
State IV, r lirounds, Sept. Ii.'. (Sun
day. An. I ii thini'l'-id a little yester
day and the wist feil tor naif a,i hum
between I! .Hid -t p. in.
, f ... . I ..I ... .... f. in it
to carrv a noint for the railroad interests m- the trroun ni'iv tl'Jir iic won 11 In JltlHli'r the
of financiers with which he is interested. This time he isiTj;;. -77;',, 'i..
talking in the interest of men with whom he is associated with ins' 'ioi,L,r smith m.i Frank
probably, or he may be getting a "rake-off" in the way of s,,,v,.',',ir- ;' ' :hi;l: . ""'I. '!;, 'v )"'
commission on the loan for his influence in putting itii. ' ..d i"'.Mo'.iV avenue. n,-,, wi.i
through. Hill's many predictions of calamity or Fos-!?"'
penty in the past have always failed to materialize be-! in the winter of i'.'i
cause they were all given publicity for a purpose instead; J.TCatlmrl .wToaKy
of being based on sound judgment and good faith. He is,' n year.
i - ii 1 111 Ti 1 Two fanner bovs showing tor tue
a oig wina nag, snrewa enougn always to keep always in
first time at the Oregon state fair, F.
the fore the interests of Hill and his crowd of financiers.1 Doenier. or siiv..rt..n, and 0. o. swaies,
T-, 1 , , . . , .1 , of Nilem, soured lueations yesterday
rarmers have no need to lose any sleep because they 1a1l.wi.iie in ,.,1.1.14- entry before se.-retar.vi
u. A I Jones, ol so tie 1 mi roe Jerseys.;
The boys with their wives will be found
at Xos. 4ii and 44 (ialloway. They ex-
at finding a fanner)
Dr. W. A. COX
303 State Street
to comply with the instructions issued by Jim Hill.
A Tv-ion Vino onnnnvmnl Vila nnmAtAnntr -P.. "U..:fV Vme ! bressed pleasure
ii inuii nu.i uiiiiouiiLtu mo vaauiuaty X.UI ftilcliu 11, jui. - , .. ,..,
York city, claiming no snecial Qualifications excent that! s. 'a. i.-ic'hes. of snvort..... '
he is "an American." Any man with the nerve to set up
such a claim in New York city as a reason why he should
be elected to office certainly has the courage to fit him
for the duties of sheriff.
Skidel has been captured by the Germans and it is
skidoo along the whole line for the Russians.
-by wait Mason
THE MIGHTY BARD
Saturday to make entrv of livestock.
ar.'.l si'rure a location fur his family at
Nil ;4 .Moody, and one fur his father
in law, Li. F. .laslier. of Silverton, at
;!ii .Moody. The exhibitors of eattle at
the state fair twenty years ago will re
member -Mr. It. F. .Masher as a worthy
cunipetitor. Jle will be found greeting
old time friends on Campers' uigiit.
Wednesday, the 2!th.
A. I,. I'eek, superintendent of the;
floral department, was a visitor to the1
grounds yesterday. .Mr. I'eek hails from1
Corvallis. He favors the state planting
perennials as a general rule for the fair
grounds, mid avoiding extra expense;
each year in caring for annuals. Jle
wished to ann.i.ince to all growers of
dahlias that rule 7 on page !)S of the
premium list would be adiiered to strict-1
ly. Amateur growers will compete in
the amateur clats ami professionals in
the professional class 0r,lv. He defines!
a professional as o.ie who, sells flowers!
j ''r n ey, whether making a livelihood!
ne says mac i,v n.inprinL-
Nothing but smiles when your Dental work is done
by us. All work is carefully and well done, and in
the most satisfactory way possible for any man to do
Und with the least pain.
One trial will give you a complete conception of
our ability and also convince you of the reasonable
All Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
ot it or not.
The correspondence between President Wilson and the
heads of the army and navy department indicate that the
parade Wednesday afternoon, September
S. V. Mills, an old time pamper, came
ami secured two camping spaces.
tne coniuct t on i . """" r'" neniiricKs, orotners ot
As actor, in the after! '' w- ivtiami, known as J,r8 !frm-.Ciall!"va-V: .wi" t0,llil 0VC
" , Mil H1C UXl.CI .,.;,, ' .,, . , from XfcMlllnVl In Hir till ifnfu
l ..in,i mi ,-ruiitMiiii's, wm ne a neign-i . . ; 7 -" awi
...v.. ,.,..i. ,,1111 uu-ir iuiniiies ati
joininjr the camp of Judge Gallowav.
Ope house will be kept for the Yam
The rain of yesterday missed the fair
grounds, only a slight sprinkle being
The happy smile and cheering words
of the elderly couple ('has. Ogilvy and
wife, of l'ilot Rock, will be missed this
year. hey counted much on the 1915
Oregon State Fair, had made arrange-
iiieuis 10 iciu in tne park, secured ex-
Rill SVinVpsnonro cnont Viia frvilc ..:
m..w1.v.i.vhi v. uevim llio lilllOUlIlU llrlVS Ciuri . i ... . . '
,l...,tUl, . 11 ,1 , 7 . 1 0 1 n.r.eu.v io mis line tne reul plant lov-
ueatniess pomes and plays; they brought him twenty ('rs wl, ri' K"ig .imiiias tor the
wounds a vear. whir-li Wohr Kr.nn-v.t- v,; I i" " of H w:iM t"kc u r,,att''' i,l"'est in
cheese and beer. As actor, in the after
Fnvu uu UUlliC a Di. UIIIIL'S. Il l L bor ot V Si,.i,,,,,..l c w., I ....
in his early years he felt an aching void be-1 Mw,,v ?.v,;!uv " , '
neath his belt. No doubt the alecfo used to' MrSiir'Lvothe
say, as they watched William go his way,' JZ Z
ii is an evu tning, in sooth, to see him fool e . xhey ar,:ounce that they
away his youth ! His pen he ought to cease H ttZJZ
to jerk, and start, to do some useful work.1"1" :,- o.-.u-r that thev ,av p(.rti
lie has a hundred chances now; the farmers TZll Zt'tZ
shriek for men to plow, the tanner raised a "'"""i'1' fv'-l'i'' irit fair week
AwMJdodOold Mcddl San Fruwuco xyonitiou
tna Mffhant honor on Imported Olfvn Oil,
Inghtful Veil) this morn hGnnilRft ho Mn't: !:'::TT,"w,'"'.1I! toMl.itstor the pavilion an, were boost
get help, the landlord of the Blue Boar inn rwd.h . nSSkt. 1 i L".,s. "M ,.th7 ,:0H d.at.,h! !" y
ant dishing gin, the owner of the chow-chow works is' tZ'Tl!
howling for a dozen clerks. And still that trifling Shake-Tr''"l!'v' that business ,.-
C-lil11l n-inb slnn MniirvU, U..4- J 1 ...111. 1111 m- fUl IMltCr
i-Luii; xuii ura urtuuiii uui iuoi wiui pen ana inK: us
i . . . . .
' d that Hi
concert at Willson Park.
C. F. Hein and family report that
they are having a fine time in Sau
Francisco and that the Oregon building
is the greatest of attractions. They re
port a fine trip and although the sea
was smooth still there were some in
the party that were slightly sick. .
,1 . , . """'K' ii
I "M'O III III' hi,. , ...
... iL.L L. . . 1 .1 . ...e nn-.ii.-s, crop
rmame umi ne is i unmiiir loose: ne sno t ne in rhp m n. . " "" 1,1 ' w
CHILD WAS KIDNAPED. .
were murdered at their farm home by Portland, Or.; , Sept, 13.-Detect'vcs
Ue Dale, a former resident of the Wil-I were contimii,..' todnv to nearch I or
lametle valley. The State Fair lost two I b.vd R,n v .'.1.1 o Mu
valued friends when their lives went i bard L. Brown, 'chief clerk of the
"'- initl,mil ln,)if.,l vnilvnnH It., 1.11
chief executive has outlined a wise plan of preparedness,; boose." In every clime, in every age, has genius heard the Tn'Z't IWZ'ti
in the opinion qf the hoise (Idaho) Statesman. He sees alecks rage. Today, when some one tries to write or 'nT" l,v '"' '"' ,:,,,,t "V previous ex-!
the danger of the nation going on in the fool's paradise in ,)aint a picture out of sight, the sad bystanders rise and " ' Monday. Happens
which it has lived for years, yet he does not propose to; s:iv. "He should pet bnsv b.-ilinrt hnvt"
. i , .1 1 1 1 1 1 i. iU - ! I " - o J o ""J
yield io i nose wno wouiti uanivi upi uiu imuunai in-aMiry , .
i i i n, ?i i i:t . o r t-
'in iii, uiis morning.
m.iiiic o, iiiiises. a fiii
m returned from the
bringing . nis
frenzied and ill-considered expenditure of funds ty'-Good Roads Convention I Hmvv Raindnrm Wn ,iUK" ,"f '" iii t'The
.ipment that would probably be found faulty if not ob- UUUU h" tonYn Heavy KainsjOl Rl Sweeps j;-;. ... w.,.k, s,,,tl., .J,
L'to before it might be put to a practical test. lonveneSat rortland, Hood River Section n. ror,;,; silver,,,,,. w,.h in ...i.
Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. A. P. Speer, a
baby boy Saturday.
.1. S. McLaughlin of Xorth Suntiam
was a caller in town Saturdav.
.M,ss hulir Speer returned home W r.thei tlmn i.
Oiikluud, Ciil., Sept. -"Oouil
roads throughout I he country. "
I Tliis was the slogan adopted bv linn-
I died" of delegates to the America,, road niu
Hood Iiiver, Ore.. Sept. 1.1. A heavy
ruinstorm swept ,ner the llood Kive'r
valley Sumlnv accomnniiieil I,.. ,:i,..
, I,, . i j "b"'
The mav be (lefects in the executive plans that will
have to be corrected, but at present they seem ample and
disassociated from prodigality.
11 they shall stantl up unuer nnai analysis, me memners -". " opened nor.. ,o.iuy. ine: APpi,. growers said todav that the
of congress should co-operate in carrying them out iiTe-jr
sneetive of any political divisions. This may bo too much .-.my a toune.tict state highway; to picking the ,ip. (irili, .,,,,.,. i,,
to expect of congress; but if preparedness is taken into , iT
polittCS and tllO president's polc.V IS Shown tO be SOUnd ami '" .- 'M-A ,-ast by a death in : ting ready to accommodate the picker
in harmony with national needs ami iree irom;cuav ,.;,,,,; n lul.sTll)llM ,iiS,llssl,,
a nance, he will not be the one to sulfer in public estimation.1 n,e p,bie, f,..,, every point ..r view.
t, ' j .....!,.. i,..iio..i.,i,ln,iol! 4 1. ,. f ;a Papers on " Hondsnle I niprovouieut, "
rUIH pil'liail-Ullf, iiuh-iuiiumu "TI,,' Hut,., v and Kt.ti.ro ef Highway the warerooms
Avhat the people want. I "ii,,,,v,'i,,i '""i ,nuii,r subjects
, , ii, ..,ii 1..,,.,,, wen i,l by such prominent ou in
The needs are reasonably well know n ! ,i. p,( ril1;ls ,.;,, .. ,
And when it comes to action, the roll will not be called. w. ie. toi ,,r n pubii,- road fr o,
. , , . il , " " t'i tii M-uii o.e, i rotcssti,
ly poiuicai lu-MjnaiHMic.
K. Xoyes and familv returned
from their outing at Harview Pridav.
I Sherm Swank and Mr. and Mrs. V. i'.
""'""ig a nil ,n;i dc ,.v f bv,,,,,,,,: ! Arrell nnd little daughter, r,sla, motor
' e a, ImumIv wiM ,,,, a( X(( ( ,., , Independence Sunday.
u.,. y at cue , wM, , h Ml.s. M. . 8 r WM ,ak
I' de ou lumpers' Niglt, s,.,,, t. , 1 Saturday but at the present writing i.
xulenf Win, i;(, ., v i ,,,,i ().',.' ii,,.,,.. ,"., .., , ,
,, ., i , , ...,,iiii, j . ,, ,lu jnursuav
s ...id arable and placed moriiing for the Coast on n hunting and
Mi,,,,., w ho disappeared yesterdav morn
ing while playing with other children
in the city plaza. Mrs. Brown, who
is or her way to the San Frauciso
exposition, believes her child wis kid
iiiiped. Playmates declare lit le l.loyil
was carried off by a man an 1 woiiimii.
't he. police a, , mvstified. No motive
t of ransom can be a.v
I'i some el,j
ins it' I ii. i, : ., i
;,l, "" I ne , iso, ng trip,
" P-t presid,. , ' , ' ' , rH' W. Wood left for Sale,,, Toes-
-r assoi-l,,,,,,,,', ' " 1 Tu '0': VP hor W"rk 1,1 ,hl! 'ho'l
f the Oregon state t r 'oi . I"' M'I''",!, ,l"' "' l'V'llo Minded.
and packers. 1 ' illilv '"'.I especially tl,se f Kv, . ' . li,''0,'k '"'"Uht an 8 months T)ur-
The packing s, eonducted bv the ' ',' '"'.'"loiiarters shou "am."-nl l,t ' rank Bnttler
Abide . Miiev u,.' find Mifficient ... , weiglie.l 412 pounds dressed.
. ' , ,M, ,, , 11-Ml- 1 r II. 1 l " i.ny M . . - i , .
.lay. The school u.il l. p,.. .!. " ''V''''",. on which t i,,, .. MT- nmi .Mrs. t laude Hooe. II. C.
i . . t . i . . ill M iiiuou i
i i no jxmno untwiTH iot' (;.. vv 'i-u ' ' 11X111 "Hat
. ''M "H'li n will be used for
Kinp- Alfonso of Spain thinks the war will have the
effect of increasing armaments instead of reducing them
in the future. That his opinion is sound is quite evident
at the present time, oven the United States being inclined
I'. P. Tlbleu
The congress will continue
lid, n Hopkins I'niveis, ty
for fou: one half mil,
I. W. W. AGITATORS BUSY.
i mil a groiio
nrter and II. ('. Von Ttel.ro., ,..,. .!
ir . i .n i.i
"uiu of Xn, i.-, f,..i '',"1'i" Saturday morning.
low,, ,. ' ""ue ai"' ni'blren left town!
rndny morninir In i.;.-l nr,.o .u.l
., ; ' .""I. ii..' . , i-iiiiirs tit uiei
'am, lies id i;,..,,,,,, u :,i.... , old Spencer orchard Tin... n.:n
jll camp at Xn, .M,y' "t while )iickiug. ' r
P-'lt K. bettis. Of U'.iJt ' M. IlObillSOl, nn.l rt-ifa II .1 ...
I n ''""'. i winch 42 ,p,', ;.'
to supper on s, , ,,,;v j ' ; '
. s" 'ar to families ,:.....:.
Mr. and Mis, Md Williams and daugli
i , . , '"""" oioiore.i to
; Nile,,, I ndny evening to hear the band
J !i . IL A Knolnooo n f.ipt f I'T Ull.l .l,S. Sue lliee, f l..t I ltt ll.l. I, ,',. vl....:.-.. ' ",lu.. ........ ' "UUI
U Uei nut) Uif uiu tiimj u u."' i-ii.-u.v a.. iv,, vi,ltl.,i ..... s..,,,,,,.. ,.,, , -. .mc,iiib,(, m,,i n,,w,.rs
.1 i. ... 1 .... 1 !.. .. .1 41.. If .j m-I.1.nf . .. . . -.' .. - 1 in ,ne
IOC Wai SIlOUIll flld Ul il Mllll HI il lllilttll luiii.v iv io vi nn .i .ui. ...ui ,,i. .,. .iiarnn. ,,r ..r..ti.,
ii .1 i- ... .1.... 1 1 1 l...i Mrs. (' IV .lo.lv.. . L I , . .
LIulL Hie UiSl vt-Ilviill I'l itll lilt i i.i i ii-i.c ui, t',, vt. ii iti,vi i-v,..:,!. , 1,1 , ,. , m , .... i. . . '" .lueiune the threatened ".'
, i i i i ii. .: :t:. ..f..K I ""i-r. strm,.. ween horn
UI l eDUUil and ro-nuuiuaic im-ir nuiuaiy unu iiiiw i.na.r
lishments just as quickly as possible in order to bo pre
pared for the next strule for supremacy.
What's the use of that land grant conference, any
way? Why not leave the matter in the hands of Former
Congressman Abe Walter Lafferty, who says he will set
tle the thing in the interest of the people in no time if
he is returned to Washington next year to represent the
1 Ml t il... ' l
IiMlillUllK in I Ul I HUM Oil tlM'lUV lU'COtll Tint .r. 1 . . . (1 lllirn. W i
psnie.1 by Mr, and Mrs. Meeker 1 now b, U ,h" ' M NlV.iroi ,?rV.. . l-nt at Xo.
Miss Merl Oi.ni. k iu tlerv..i I I . 1 " """'r v,lr'1 A T..f. . "'"te fir week,
las. Saturday i ,si,,; t i, , U , ! . I''"'-"' ". those who " W City, have
M,e iuten.l, xo lv t.Ll ''rk '- t the ?h , S - " lf .ir"""r f"r ,l"
up the year's work as a student nt , , 1,11 , ' h ',,, next w ,k f,,r."'"l ill ,..
Mouinouih. "' ""'"'"'d to le,, the yard. One'J 0",,r' W"k ,0 ""'" '""til th, fair
.Mrs. MIh fuile ami son, .lav, l rs. ,., "I'PMM t l'e le l'i,.,.r j llt Sltrlv ,. 4 ,
lieas, Mrs. Moore. Mr. .,.) Mr. 1 ... i ' r "f '',,,.,r, left I ho yard r,is . ', ,,lt"r'1.v. October
i. i i . ' ",cp and ,niu'... r.t .,,v,., .........
1 1,. ...... i ill.. -1 Ise.l to
n... . in.-.. . t.i.siinii iiti.-ii.ic.i iae lour.n
quarterly conference of the M. I
cliunh at Mar.i,e,u Thursday afte,
I.. M. Me.ker has sold his bank nt
.let feison, l,e, l.oel people of Jef
feis.i,, were the purchase,. This is
one of the Lent Irrfto banks in the
...niiiiMie in,, ey on. tiumiu Ar "' ,"r I , iiihmiiiiif of I he 1 I u i
Meeker', mani.ge,,,,.,,, 1,. Uvn , Joine.it.on ,,f ,,. Congressional laion ',;,.. .'.J, uy ! j"' "lw,,"rB.
prosper,.,,, cond.ti,.,,. i'"' w "n Sfr,Bo,.. ;,,. 'f 'o,se for the
Milton Siller is ,n.i,,cii.i. " The three ibiv ,.,.,;..- -in '. ', 7'. '.. '-
i .... , ..... .'' ...ti. . .... . "... ...K,i, Aititipn i Am mi
"" ateaue, nud
.,' i.K.,..f ll.il . w..i ... .. ..
'd Mri arte ho,, vanl. ,.bo, .Is 'mY. T .V'" whU tent :.t T-.I1 ad Lucille and II. P. ,lea..
sootl, nf nV.iii.. i ,, c tin, hen.l in n.un-i 'l Bessie Carlson ...nin.i .
i , . . ' """ ' - oem.r ,,., , !.., .... ,v.. . """i "
.i.e.ieu ,o inn i. , tents ol- the r... .Mrs. W I. v; . "
I Ih- hop pickers em- M.s. K. K. Mntte, if s.,' i", ""V' "'!' '
' Vl' 'f '" wcm- to work nt the thi.i morning. Tl es ','
being p. u; , r )()rt nmi.., ,ir ,,, ,(1 ' M'l
1'.,. ,1,. l I ' . iur snei.ir vun '"'une iroin Xa '!u l..,i..
toitluml, l,..iitv s ,er ,'i' v ii... ... , i. . avenue. u' -Moody
" ' 'i.ini.'i nmi jMiwrrni
'"'lie :,,) f0t,,,,i fh. nick. ' W. T. More,,,; ,,. t. ,
..... .. ' i . : ,.. ... .. " ""...i iiieiu. ' . .
.loslvu sm.nt last week .. . ' om - . , ..?. '." ""'"'.v. hose Xo :., I
' v-ifil 111 inn. tl..t i i "''" IV tlVl)lll.i 4..- . .
" - " ' " " l , ..... .1 1 VII HIIIT.I T , 1 v
and tfrpun Uprtttn HithiiVxa
!-er of others prom-1 man I
. .. .. onis nt vnr.. i
" A rev wil. h
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Transact a trcnrral banking business
Safety Deposit Itoxcs
to so,,,, , ,hy packed their' and eauiofire, i I ," ,, l'"fir''
tents.- ln.lepen.le,,,, Khterpris,.. i s," 1 ' " 811 'H''t.
- I u v.,,-5 :'r ,r:r,u- Sa,,'r''-.
80 rr It AO ETTES OATHERIKfJ r- A a""v,,r. "f Oervais.
I , San Francisco, N-nr, 1 Wi.h i.ron,-
."en siittrHSLts nruvInK from many
o, ine lio ,1,1,
vesier.!,... ... i .... . " '"s. was
, " -' """ oiioie entry of Itnr.i..
, camp tl.i, Vear a,,,,,,,, '
t rank .1. t u,,,., f Xlllm)n
TlMlil il-rn litT4tni.tiitH .......
ere made t,.,;,y , ...M .. ' '"b.-rons,
I...... . .. .. .. V
of Oaleslmrt:, HI., has
sail- nt bis farm in the Klliott 1'rsirie : tt ',h, " I"1" " i "t th rxtmsitinu at : vester.l y ..'), , . '' '.ru,0- '""
country, tnonule. south, f Whisky Hi II V,,1'h o,e from many IMirts , IVdle.l .(,.' Vm. 'V ,,f K,,J
"v. September 17. Wheal. 'f "ll will talk suffrage p,e, , V u-i , " b"""- f"w
barley and oats. h.,,.. r..ti. - ;.'" 1 , . 1 "' . r"' .Tl"' Krooms ac o,,,.v.
sheep, harness and all ki.uU of farm'' M" M Pebnont, national chair
implements, Salt ltKiu at Id o Vl.vk j erk six-iety lender, is
.mer. nticionee, ; iiui.unru Hank,
IVtrult News: Civitt .a Kumpr
ten. n nisi hi oi.icr ui suereeil In
- .. ....... ....in. n mi., a a, .iiti.r .'r..... ..
Iiav in lit a noo.l fr.wit.
six-ieiy i.n.ler, is
in the e,ty an.ning tt. ,Mt,i,,a f
'"hieaso News: I iii,i,, tl..
... ..... i . n... HI..T I.V
l,t,cal baud th, Wvvvt lo ghosts.
re ... i v, A,i. v- r: ;
o.. Mr. Arp .hii- J;
the bell, September Jilth
y,'L," "f IVr"""l. was her,
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