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By Mort. M. Burger.
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DE. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
lowa. If you have tried everyttung
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustment "and get well.
Office 400-7-8 U. 8. National Bank
Building. Phone liuiu 87. Residence
FOR EXCHANGE 8U ncres 5 miles
out on good road. Seven room house,
woodshed, full hearing funiilv orchard
ill exchange for good iinetteuniber
ed property, t-ity or country. Square
Deal Realty Co.. L'Oi f. S. Hank bldg.
txia Kr..l line opening lr room
renting or board and rooming lmsi
Viss; seven to fourteen rooms, two
blocks from post office. Specially
favorable terms to suitable party
See William Fleming. Hnyno build
ing. . ' nov2
OBEGON SCHOOL OR NEUROLOGY
Inc., 428 Hubbard bldg., Salem. All
arugless methods taugtit. Flora A
Brewster, M. D., dean, private pa
tients 1 to 3 p. m. Thone 2124U. tf
BEDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points, east, on all houshold
goods, pianoB, etc. consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Const
Forwarding company, 101- South Com
mercial street. 1'hone Main H.W.
Money to Loan
ON Good Beat Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Oier Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
CITY AND FARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; promptly closed
attractive pre-paying privileges. I
'have 5-j per cent insurance money
to loan on Salem business and resi
dence property. Titos. A. Kobcrts,
205 U. 8. Xafl Bank bldg.
HONEY TO LOAN'- 1 have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
3omer H. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg., Salem, Ore., Phone 9(1.
DK MOI.AY COM.MAXnrnT. No. 5. K. T
Itegulnr conclave iotirrli Friday In each
moutli at 8 o'clock p. m.. In Masonic
Temple. Sojourning Sir Knlglits are
courteously Invited to meet wllb us
Lot I,, l'earce, E. C, Frank Turner,
SAl.EM HUMANE SOCIETY 1. D. Keeler,
president; Mrs. l.ou Tillson. secretarw.
All cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb
animals should lie reported to lli
secretary tor investigation.
CUADWICK CHAPTEIt, No. ST. O. E. 8.
Itegular meeting every first and third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Moeller, V. M. ; Ida M
SALEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. & A . .At.
Htated communications tlrst tUnry la
each month tit 7 :30 p. ni. In the Masonic
Temple. Chan. Mcfarier, W. M. ; 8. Z.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly.
No. 84. meets every Wednesday nt 8 p. m.
In Mw.se hall. C. O. Matlock. M. A.:
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Drug
store, 33$ State street.
A. O. C. VT. Protection t.odiie Nt. 2.
Meets every Slonday evening tit 8 in the
McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. A. K. Atifrance. it. . A
Mcl-'adden. recorder ; A. I.. Brown,
financier ; n. B. Liuncan, treasurer.
R. N. of ' A. "Oreeon Grape Camp," No
13G0. meets every Thursday evening Is
McCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets: elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schattup.
Kill Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 12110 Nortn Commercial.
WOODMEN OP THE WOULD Meet every
Friday night at N o'clock In McCornack
block. A. J. Kwelulnk. CO; L. 8. (Jeer
clerk, 5o7 Court Sireet Phone 503.
CENTRAL LODGE. No. IS. K. of P. Me
Coraack building. Tuesday evening of
eacn week at 1 :;w. c: K. uarDour, c. c.
W. B. liilsoo. K. of R. and 8.
HODSON COrXCIl- No. 1. R. S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday In each
month. Masonic Temple. N. P. kaaintis
sen. Thrice Jllustriuus Mastjpr; Uleuu C
. Kiies, recorder.
AI.EM COPNCn. NO. 2022 Heights sail
Ladles of Security Meets every 2nd and
4th Wednesday each month at Hurst
llnll. Vltulug members are luvitetl tr
attend. E. F. Walton, financier, 8
PACIFIC I.OPOE No. SO. A. F A. M
Stated communications third Frlda?
In each month at 7 :.'M p. m. in th
Masonic Temple. Dal V. Itolaui, W. L ;
i:raest II. CUoate. secretary.
(Continued from Page Three.)
third, Clifford IV Keid. "
Got of 1 aire First, l'ickard Bros.;
second and third, Clifford F. Beid,
Produce of 1 cow First and second.
Clifford F. Reid; third, Frauk Lough-
Class 26, Fat Cattle.
Exhibitors, University of Idaho, Mos
cow, Idaho; Washington- State college,
Moor, spayed or martin heitor, 2
venrs and under A first, . S. C.
Steer, spayed or martin heifer 1 year
and under 2 First, . S. C.
Steer, spayed or mart in heifer under
1 year First, Vt. S. V.
Exhibitors herd First. W. S. C.
Champion fat animal steer spayed or
martin lieiter, all breeds, grades or cross
breeds, any age first, . . C.
(Continued from Page Five.)
given at the home of the Misses Hull
on Saturday night, under the auspices
of, the l on n a Woman s Christian nsso
ciiitinn. Games wore played by the light
of Japanese lanterns nuug under the
trees. Chocolate and cakes were served
and a most lovelv time enjoyed bv all
The Vespertine society held its first
mooting ot the year in the assembly
room of the training school. Miss Dove
Mcllee, the new president, gave n good
inaiigurnl speech; iniatory seremonies
wore gone througli, games played and a
MODERN VOODMKN OF AMERICA Ore
gon Cedar Cinnp. No. S240, meets every
'I'hursdav evening at 8 o'clock In Mc
Cornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Iteluohl,
V. C. ; J. A Wright, Clerk
DBS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized ia
nerve diseases at Los Angeles colloge
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office S03-506 V. S. National Bank
Bnildinz. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 409.
SALEM SCAVENGER Oiiarles Sooa
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on mouuiiy contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard nnd oesa-
pools cleaned. Office phone Main!
Residence Mnln 2212.
WEBB & CLOVCH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clongh morticians and funeral
idirectors. Latest modern metliods
known to the profession employed.
49tt Court St. Main 120, Main 9883.
'IGDON-RICHARDSO.N Co. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 2o2 North
High street. Day and night phone
STOVES BE BUILT AND REPAIRED
Depot. National and American fence
fiO years experience.
Sizes 2fl to "18 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loiranberrv and hep hooks.
.- Salem Fence nnd Stove Works, 210
Court St. Phone P.M.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance. -
ClIE?.5Y c rt r OOD SAW We live
and pay taxes in Saleai. Let Salem
people saw vour wood, i-uone zuu.
11P8 N. Ut. P. L. Keiitcr, Wm
ITas medicine which will cure
Any known Disease
Open Sundays from 10:00 a. m.
utf:i 8:00 p. m.
153 South High Street.
SJam, Oregon. raoue IZZ
How French People I
. Cure Stomach Trouble
A household remedy of the French
peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable
oil, and said to possess wonderful merit
in tne treatment or stomach, liver and
intestinal troubles, has been introduced
in tliis country by George M. Mayr, who
tor twenty years lias been one of the
leading down-town druggists of Chi
cago nud who himself was cured by its
use. So quick and effective is its action
that a single dose is usually enough to
bring pronounced relief in the most
stubborn cases, and many people who
have tried it declare they never heard
of anything to prodme such remarkable
results in so short a time. It is known
as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and can
now be had at all leading drug stores.
It is sold with the positivo understand
ing tnat your money will be refunded
without question or quibble if ONE
bottle fai to give you absolute satis
For Sale by J. C. PEEBY, Druggist
get acquainted hour was passed very
pleasantly, after which ices and cakes
The Monmouth booth was awarded
second prize at the Polk county fair,
its strong feature being tho industrial
work displayed. This was a community
exhibit, planned and managed by the
Monmouth grange to which the commit
tuty is indebted for its success. The
exhibit was placed by Mrs. T. J. Ed
wards, Mrs. Will Hiddell, Jr., Miss Ma
gie Butler, Mrs, P. O. Powell, Mrs
Stockholm nnd .Mrs. Daniel.
Monmouth children whoexhibited at
the county ttur and who took prizes
are John Mump, first on sow anil ut
ter; vw-mlell au Loan, lust tor pig
fattening; Hugh Hell, third pig fatten
i tig; .cal .Morelaiul, filth in same pro
ject; Junior Portwood won second in
canning; Jessie Keyt, third and Beth
Ostroin fourth; Mavdn Iluber won
third on a baking exhibit; John Stump
Clay .Morelaud, r.verctt l-.vnus an
rred Uohell exhibited some tine corn
John Stump taking second prize. Ev
erett Evans won third in cow judging
and Joe Stunts first with a pen of
Clarence Denny, of a family well
known in this section, has been exhib
iting a silver coin of Spanish mintage
that is more than two hundred years
old, bearing the date of I71."i and the
name of Charles II of Spain. Mr. Den
ny was digging for clams on the shores
of (he Willamette near Wheatland a
short lime auo when instead of a clam
lf ,ug U, this coin,
There will be a special election by
the voters of Monmouth on Oct. 3, for
the purpose of amending Sec. L'5 of the
city charter which will make all prop
erty within the city limits taxable for
city purposes; as the charter now
stands, no lund over and above ono
acre, on which dwelling is located, may
he taxed for city purposes, tne remaind
er being taxed as tnrm property going
into the county fund.
Mr. nud Airs. Sam Miller, Mr. Dobe.ll
and Mrs. E. B. Ostrom attended the
state fair Wednesday.
Ervin Stewart who joined the Dallas
mililia ami went to the border, has returned-
and like, many others really
enjoyed the trip and would welcome
another call for such service, llo says
his eyes are as good us ever.
Miss Elinor Portwood, lie t h Ostrom,
Jessie Keyt, Thyra Staata nud -Francis
Brewster make up a fanning team for
the contest ut the state fnir Thursday.
The Misses Olson and Watson accom
panied them; all their expenses arc paid
and they expect a fine time.
John Pulmer ami wife, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Edwards and family and A. 1).
Morlau were among the visitors at the
B F. Baker and wife of Newport
were in Monmouth this week visiting
W. J. Miilkev. Jr., was up from the
university. Euiiene, for a week . end
visit with parents.
Mrs. T. M. Hall who suffered from a
broken log a few weeks ago is doing
Miss Grace Garvin who has been
clvrkinir in tho Miller store at New-
berg, has returned to her home at Clay
The Social Hour club will hold its
first meeting of the season on Wednes
day afternoon Oct. 4, with Mrs. O. A
Miss Daijhne Ostrom leaves for Salem
Hundav morning. She will attend the
Capital Business college the coming
Mrs. Wade of Brownsville is keeping
house for A. B. Morlan while Mrs. Jlor
luu is nt Tillamook. "'
Miss Inn Fishback is working for C
C. Mnlkev in the bakery.
Messrs! Kiddell, HeinNreo. Stump and
J. R. Stockholm are among the exhibit-
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, acd
not fthat is paid to the producer.
All other prices are those paid tho
producer. Corrections are mads
Althotigirtherc has been scarcely any
change in the markets during the pust
tew days, business men find there is a
general upward trend to everything and
that tho tlemumi is good and steady.
1 lio Salem Fruit company reports that
business ia at least ten percent better
now thnn It was a year ago. lliey state
that during the summer season melons
and cnntaioiipes wcro the leading sell
era and that at least they handled
twenty cars of watermelons and five-
care of cantaloupes, which business they
consider good. Lemons come in third
as a favorite, Regarding the amount of
watermelons consumed it may be in
teresting to know that a car' contains
an average of fifteen tons while forty
crates of cantaloupes with forty five
to the crato are the average tor ship
With the advent of the winter sea
son otnnuos and bananas are coming
into first place and the Salem Fruit
company has a standing order of one
car of bananas ever'teir dnys in or
der to supply the dcaia'nd.; The bananas
are londed in specially prepared ships
at Port Limond, South America, and
sent to New Orleans, where they are
transferred to cars designed especially
for this trado. Men are sent to accom
pany each train of bananas, which are
routed to various parts or the cnited
States, and telegrams' concerning the
conditions of the fruit are sent to eacn
consignee. Great euro is taken so that
the fruit does not get chilled by being
kept in a lower temperature than fifty
degrees as it freezes easily and then
This is the interesting story of how
the bnnanns come to Salem to supply
the demand for tropical fruits that
grow over three thousand miles away.
Rolled barley ..
Shorts, per ton
Hay, timothy, .
Creamery butter, per pound 35c
Country butter 2327
Eggi and Poultry.
Eggs, ease count, cash 32c
ors at the' state fair from here.
The big traction engine has urrived
trail work has actually begun on the
paving of Main strccl,
Mrs. Aldorsoii, Mrs. t urry ami .Mr.
Mack went to Portland lust week; Mr.
Mack remained to take treatment for
hardening of the arteries.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln and sou and
Mrs. Shaw arrived 1'rum Portland for
a visit with Ihe ladies' mother, Mrs.
Mrs. A. B. Morlau and little daughter
have uoiie to Tillamook, to visit Mrs
llvrou White. Mrs. .Morlau daughter.
Howard Morlan and - Joe Clark took
them over bv auto and while there en
ioveil a fishing, trill' to the beach. Joe
1 1 rou i; lit home a ! inch salmon trout at-
evidence of his skill.
The first meeting of the Parent
Teachers association will bo held on
Friday, Oct. lith, M. S. Pittman will
deliver a lecture on uunistriai eituca
tiou inlhe high S' hool. Prof tnlmorr
will show several slides tnkea in coll
uection with the industrial club work
and organization for the coming year
will be effected; a large attendance is
Muiimoiith public library will he
oneti rouularlv after next week in its
rooms in the Itiiih school Dunning, l in'"-
days and Fridays from three to four
tbirtv n. m. are the hours. There I
many now books now on hand and the
public is cordially invited to make us
Thiu tiny CAPSULES
art wpernr to oaiun
tf Copiibi, Gutabi or
RELIEFS ia (MIOV)
am dimsM with
8oid ty all SrwjQiU.
'No iiurtutc m ifM
(Continued from Page 1.)
make their reports at this- time of day
and if there is to Tie a general military
council, it is now that it takes place.
Ministers from Pctrograd also report
and receivo instructions.
Dinner at 8. About the' same people
present. I here is soup, fish, two ment
dishes, salad, desert and coiiec. Ihi
is no vodka.
After dinner tho emperor retires to
his private apartment. The crown
prince' is put to bed, where he never
fails to get his good night kiss from his
emperor-father. The czar then sits in his
study going over the ministerial reports
which arrive daily from Petrograd. He
keens at ins desk until long after mid
night, only stopping at about 11 o'clock
for a gluss or two ot ten.
Good Church Attendant.
Nothing could bo plainer than the
czar's bed chamber, where he and his
son sleep. Between the two beds, against
the wall, is a small night table, and
upon this are small frames, holding pho
togrnphs of various members of the im
perial family. On the "wall, over the
table, arc two or three more photographs
and a couple ot ikons. A lew nrm chairs,
a small curtained bookcase nnd a nui-si
en! instrument, half mandolin, half gui
tar, the property of the crown priuce,
are the other furnishings. Ihe floor
carpeted. In cold weather the room is
heated by "a fireplace with the great
white tiled box-like stove arrangement
built in Russian style ubove it. Tho
lighting is by electricity.
The emperor lives in the house of the
district governor but he has only two
rooms to himself his -study and the
bedroom which he shares with his heir.
Since assuming command of the army
tho czar has visited and reviewed every
corps from one end of the front to the
He roes to church every holiday and
since there are" moro than 100 holidays
in the Russian year, he is ut church
at least once every three 'days.
Eggs, trado 34c
liens, pound 1"Yi(C13'.i!
Boosters, old, per pound 8c
Broilers, under Si pounds . li'jc
Broilers, lVj lb, or less ..' i.ltic
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Tomatoes, Orcgou ....
.. 11S;12 l-2
.... 77 l-4
..... 33 1-4
Pork, d reused
Pork, on foot
Spring lambs, 1910 '. ...
Bulls . . .
Tomatoes, Oregon 40c
String garlie - 15c
Potatoes, sweet oc
Green onions 40
(lieen peppers 4c
Carrots, dozen 40
Peaches, Oregon 2500c
Oranges, Valencies ', $1.75
Lemons, per box so.5(i(r T.oo
Cantaloupes, per box $184.108.40.206
Bananas, pound B
California, grupc fruit $3.30
Florida grape fruit . S.0t
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
l-'lour, hard wheat
PortlniHl, Or., Oct. 3.
Wheat club $I.2S
Bed Kussian $1.2
Oats 'o. 1 white feed $2S
Barley, feed $;3
Hogs, best live $!l.7.'(a 10.
Prime steers $7.10
Fancy cows ....$.75
Spring lambs $8.75
Butter city creamery 115c
Eggs selected local ex. 4n
Broilers ltife 17c
Geese 10(fi Ik
Try the Journal Classified Ads.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
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EVERYTHING EXEOTBIOATj .
Balem Elestris Co., MaaonU Temple, 127 North High .'. Mala IHI
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING
T, V. Barr, 164 South Commercial street IbU ltt
TBANSFEB AND DBAYAGB
Balem Truck Dray Go, corner State ana front streets ICaU
TRAVELERS' GUIDE j
No. Hi Oregon Kxprees 5 iKo a. m.
No. IM Coos Hay 3 :''i p. m.
No. 'M Willamette Limited ...0:22s. m.
No. VI Hhasta Limited 11 0 a. m.
No. h I'urtlnad I'asseaser . . . 1 p. ui.
No. 20 Portland Passenger ...B :00 p.m.
No, 14 Portland Express . . . .T :iiU p. m.
No. 222 Portland tast Freight 10 :30 p. m.
No. 2211 Local way Freight. .. .10 :35 a. D.
No.1.riI.Callfrnla Express ..-.11 :03a. m.
No. 17 Ashland Passenger. ... :32 a. ni.
So. ill (,'oos Hay 10:Ola.m.
No. 10 Cuttugs Gtore Pass. . .4 :10 p. m.
Makes-connection with Nt. 74 Oeer
No. 11 Hhnsta Limited B :48 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette l.liulteil . . . u :bu p. m.
No. l.'l Son Fianclsco Express 10 :Oo p. m.
No. 221 Ban Francisco Ifiuit .
Freight jz:ui. m.
No. 22S Local way Freight. .. .11 :40 a. m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem .....9:13a.m.
No. 7tt Leaves Balem'.. :ou a. m.
No. 76 Ar. Salem (mixed) ....a :00p.m.
No. 74 Leave .Salem 3 :0o p. in.
No connection soutn 01 ueer.
Baijiu, Falls Cm and Wistm
No. 101 (.. Salem, motor i:l. .
No. Hi:i Lv. Balem. motor 9:40 a. nl
No. lOo Lf. Balem for Monmouth -
and Aim . . j i.jy.iii
Ko;iflT 1.. Halem, motor 4 :00 p. m.
s.-n ntn I.v. Hjiletn. mutor .....6:10 p.m.
No. 2.'I9 Way Fr't Iv. Balem, . . .0 :0Q a. m.
No, 1(12 Ar. Balem . . a ;-v m.
n. 1114 Ar. Halem 11:10 a.m.
So, KM Ar. Salem 8:15 p.m.
No. IBM Ar. Suleia 6:00 p.m.
Vn. 17U Ar. Hslem 7 :4r p. m.
No. 240 Way Fr't ar. Balem... 1 ;35 p. m.
vi'll.LAMETTE WVE1B BOCTE .
...... n i , .. pam M.ri .Mm 7nm nftltlf.
Inn1 at H n 'clock on mornines OI mun
dav. Wednesday and Krlday. No boat south
of Halem. Bout leavs Portland Tuesday.
Thursday nnd Batuidas mornings until
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure catarrhal
deafness, and that is by a constitutional
remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused
by aa inflamed condition of the mucous
.y . . . . ... ... t m i. , r, L
lining ot tne ivusiacnina xuoo. iyucu
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result. Unless the inflammation
can be reduced and this tube restored
lo its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever. Many cases of deaf
ness are caused by catarrh, which is an
inflamed condition 01 tne mucous aur
faces. Hall's. Catarrh Cure acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Circulars free. All Druggists, 75c.
F. J. CHEXEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
to Double Crime
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 3 Arriving home
after a day's work, O. A. Stanwuk
found his 21-year-old daughter, and her
young husband, Sidney Ditlcfsen, nue
211, dead in bed, at C:.10 yesterday aft
ernoon, nt his homo here.
Each had u bullet hole in the right
They had been married four months.
The' police and investigating deputy
coroners believe the husband shot his
wife as she slept some time during Mon
day morning and then ended his onu
According to the girl's parents Dit
lcfsen was unreasonably jealous of his
wife, who was a beautiful girl hud re
cently nttneked a mnn whom he saw
tulking to her.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Train No. Ar. Ptrtlansl
4 :35 a.m. ,
7:15 a.m. ,
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. . 5 p. BB.
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..10:00 p. OB.
. 10 Limited.
.... 13 ....
11 :20 a. m.
1 :."i0 p. m.
4 :0O p. m.
5 :30 p. m.
7 :55 p. m.
. 16 limited. ...
Portland to BALa-aT
6 :'M a. m. Balem 8 :35 Ragent 10 :53 a. bb,
fi U1 m K f Iml.A IA .if .
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10 111 I
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... 17 Ixxal .
... 21 Owl ..
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. 1 :55 p. a.
B :80 p. bv
, 145 a, as,
4:00 p. av
7 :55 p. av
4:35 a. aa.
. 10 LlmltM .
,. 16 Limited
... 2 Owl ...
. 21 Owl .
1 iOV P. BB.
Stops at CorrBllia
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a :ou p. bb.
... 9:46 a. as.
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. . . 4 :00 p. sa.
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Dad's Pleasant Part.
nnufrTiteeAin I to understand naria.
thut you have settled even-thing wufc
regard to my weuuiugi
Father Yes, my dear, everything
but the bills.
An Op-to-Date Smile.
From a newspaper: "And just
think how horrible this modern war
fare is," ho exclaimed, shuddering so
fast that he flickered like a movio."
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