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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta WATeH VALVJtS Do yon want a wiitoh? ^ Most everyone does. Ever-body needs one. 4 Some people, however, don't feel like pnyinK a large sum for one. They try to get I� lf liefore putting it out. They are positively so cheap that there is no further excuse for your going without a watcli. Vf. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENOBAVER * OPTICIAN. Tlie ROPING AT PASCO'S (A f^i-E or ABizpN'.t) the rppff. .^t Ih^ft institnt tibe atrar dimt, Tiic fcibn niwiiig, half th.ri: .�iu(klinty hu smi!>l)�t hwi'^! on in iiirror, ni/i) ft oolof *:.|' n woiiiaii Hi>! ro|�>, jt^rkiiic Iho wtwrs foot ��!' hi�t} m\vimf{ {il>">i^s't roiiml. : KOOTENAY I MARBLE : WORKS Shackieton  Simpson & Co. � Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMKNTS Wholesale and lietail : NELSON,B.C.: B.C.MOORE.Local AKt  SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS (Jiy Hay Slanivar.1 linker in .Short Siti)rk'!j lor M-ny.') Thnre was ip Ih' ii ropiivg at Pn.s-t'o'.Vi. Turk McOlory eaiiio rkling ,� paJnttHi pony wilH* hi.s l)Wvnl�'t tiu'U-fd under thi- biow ol" Ivi.s su(l;llf ami his whfi-'l .spurs t'iiiMir.'g to ev- ory !^to|) ol the pinto. -Ml t'tm .xig-ns prtM.'l�iiiK-il Iha't 'lurk wii.s fruni 'IV.\-us. H'lB sathlk- xwis ri'noli, h\g �a.s tlw .Vrl/.oiiai riwhaiKi fiuins, mikI ailK-ri- vwr,] ColoriKlo ooiii'lHis on his hri^Ho aiftl tt .tJlvJT sp.Tili' Iji't Mial co.'Jl niori> t'Ikan tlio pn�ii� l�iiii�.'li'. Ih' liajl riil-iK�n far. (or his ,'yi>Liro�s s\-\'i>' po-.v-i^k'ri-ii ruljl oil liiih'l aig'uiiisl his> llank. 'lurk .M>' �)lory was wliis't ling "la r Igiai'.l.i.l as won. Turk tunl t'ig Itlui' inMoiiMvt I'y's lli'at lookv'.! slrai;;li'i wlvilc iiinu.�Jtaclit'. t'hc (irsi fniUs of man-hoixl aiui jjoc.l hiiiiioivvl. linn Hps. Tlicio was soul �thing .�-o . irrtvlilily lu'w al'oul hiiu itn.i't Carxcr. 'the h'.-ad ju.J'f.'-L' (fi inviim-l ively lain. tuflivl in luivground like upholHiory wiah kiH>!>s of satio lu-u. h. a railroad g'ii'a.iiKil across H like a i-hrtlk liiK'; Uiiii (due uiounlains. ray-fev�,l aliing flw-' Hops. s>'i up in tliv di!i'l'onc'(.'. Oi.'l from iho lowu, on llic ri'ghl, a i u;vd it.-;! lo a .mg.' corral usi-il for a raoi-couise. wi'Ui a s-l^^vi pen in I'Ik- loriiL-r. I'ow piiiich u-)lliii*( couliis.ou. a iio rd was giaihjn'd lo 'Uve gr.iiid sianil ai one side, a fall fvilow �ilih a "Iviti-soiul.roro was l>aw..iig lor U."ts on lilt.' oonu'st, and ovor all g'larcvl Ulio hi,.l while .\ri/.ona si>n.-hiih.'. I'a.s-lo s �as hand at cls favori'tc sixjrt. >lfiT roping .s iho line nnt of i htr caillo rangf>: il is also the chk'f huswicss ii'f Uh' iowl;o,\ . ."^o oihor sport is .so closely linkLVl with itm daily work lh>e wollK-n km-w. tihat i.'.iswa-lo l'� his liri^t piiijlic ropiii^. He wish.d lie was ceriiiiii'..i winning-; but now he felt neodi\ lai'gv, loo�^e, ol/�lruoeivt', aiKl for One panicky si-cond 'li� was n^riiy uwa.N , prizes to the wIikI. lh:.n iie cki|.i>f.l .his itvth shtK and Llisiiiuiii; od. "lly--,'� .|k> sa.'d, "I'll slay " Here at the poll, ulh-re i . i /en wi.M .wi,vrs wi-i-ate.vt man on tht- callle rani^o. Xo iiwn between 'I'vxas aii^l l.os .\n g.;los was his etpwl for roping an.i i.\in|f. Turk ilct.Hor.v woukl mllv^'i ha'-f 'Ijoiii liud Oliver 'than governor of To.\as. 'lurk was ti.o ch.vmpi..n, receiving his frieiK'ls li'ke a king, g.i>. ing th'iii ain olfhuiKl woi'd or a clap on lb.- l-ack-a hoiwlessly �ininui'tabU |K?rfeei ioii of good loUowsihip. And ihen ttifre was Hus.ter tiraham. ihe clutiiiiiion of Arizona, anti H�l\fr-son. a sipiaiv man with a jaw like a I bull dogs; Doc Musi.n. who Juwl rop-jod w'i'th llul'falo llill, aii'.l a ituini.iur of others whtw naineK ttei\; g"!-. at in live roping r^'ld. Turk's lumrt All kinds of Draying and Team iioivn aiKi down uhen he tihoiighi oi coni|>iMing wi'i.h in. n li'ki- thn'so, and llli�l up wilh tlve ivaliza't ion thai !�. Wiis in such coiii-paiiv, a pari of i't, aiMl he ivsolvwl that he woukl ix'ver li>ave IIm.- field iintilever.v man in il ivcogni/od hini us a roper, too. j I,It lie groups of peo|iK> wereidrift-' iiHg .by lo ihe graiMl sIiiikI. Hvre and t'heiv. from tiho corner of his as Ik' In-uL to adjust .his sa'.>dle linohes, 'j'lirk MciMory caifghl I'he g'li.n'. of a tthilt' skirl or of a llow-iiiK ribbon. .SoiiH'liinos the girls hlop|�-d lo dLsi-us-s iIk- conlvwUi-nls. he h(�aivl ilK-in talking of IIikI Oliver uikI Masloo,l in his I If con kl'n't have s|K}ki-n it he i.l waH to suvo his be erectetl in adjoining section, j;/^'..rUTv.'"*" This is a snap to the person who I she luok.'.l over her .^^houlder, rai.s- I ins a misch,.'Vious l|.iit; and while; he wore a hitio ami w'liite hiuwlkeiclii^'-f kiK>tt4>d loow.'ly, cowboy fa.s.hioii, a/l>out hi.-i throat. Whatever he .s�w he also saw her i>n.til she was i'n her place in 'the grand .sta'ixl. SoiiK'om' sliou'tt�d, a llagiinan rode out from iihi- inn iiis un:i all that. Turk hi'iii.self wore a 'big 'black crowiK>d Ivai, trouwMs saRg'iui'g so low as to iiLaki! him appear ex'traordiiwrily loii'^' waisted and b'ig nhoulderod, hij.-,.lilw'..|..:l .Mo.vicjia lioots ami a W's-i, unlmitoiK'd, but no ctwt. He steppod wilh a iwoulrar roll, seen only ill ihese dvvi-llers on horses, lo whom walk'HiK is lui uncouth exercise fo be avoiing. the linss lo the prcHier places botvvjH'n nngviH In front o* hini a huiwl-iV'd fivt from the |*n .g'ale, the llaig-nvan sa^ wiilV a'ns in stock. We guarantee Good Quality and Gootl Work Horner & Hutchison DRAYING work done promptly. EARL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to moet the popular demand of the the district. FREO HOPniNS. # FRCP. Here's a Snap 20() Acres of Farm Land about I 2 J miles from Magrath, on line of ,-^^,r railway. New elevator about to ha'il k'iK>wii 'ii|iat buys iHjfore May 31st. up wJi. 11 Ualvrsi'ii htm, .i.'.i/inK his tail th.! left of l*H' steer's "Thrc.^ bars were d,nv,t A spk-ndil h-gs amj a s..jik-n *mt.g pull I, ........ . .....iiK tihe st�aMi--.til lu range: it caught, I ing is the way all wt'tte ar,> iiher for bittiNliitg or kHI- wns hind I'e.'t poiinctvi u|i(>� One foo.l to mmt Buildm City or Country loo, X glaiieifiti; |.�c.,, he .saw ih.. oilu'rcovv-|2 men Hmrging afior iiiiii to the res-j S Idea'Alfalfa Farm, fencinl anil buildings, u snap at.....$11. l>ig slwr sleppml out wilh raiiKtt head and horns high, paii.v.'d � ino-nient and look-,>il legally a oin him. In the rush. Turk Ihe .MtliUuy )k\trd, co.irse shout i.f v.'jth a thri the pool .s-idler: "VVhat am I ofteiwl on Turk Mc-tJlorv. of Ti'.xas. a.g-aii:*>t Mw iM'kl?" Th.-re was di>ad s.lence, t^k'H ^lu^�t rising in 'Iiol air. and tilK- .��l4vr was olV. a luown slr> Ih,. Ikig, iKMVn^ Hughes gave Ins hors>.? the spur an.l wi'iit forward w i|.|) a U'ap. his ro|�' g> rating in. long, slow sw.eps lis he.i.l. Oh. Inn A was U^aiil'IfMl lo siv! Thk' hL-iU' sweiMil like a lA'iit tow lo the right, ami lienny was aliiHisM on him; there was much .lust ao.l all oceaNioiial shout from Ih.' s'lansl. IViriiy ieaiM''d ar.r vvaver.'d as "I'lie ro|w.' struck him then w it'h u .-vhrug he I'lirew i.l a-'^ aii.-l .'ki.s.h�.d forward. "t him. gi'l him: try him a^vin, IXmhi.v." roaivd the crowd. The steer hanl liiriK'.l and IVnny was alter him agiaiii. ridrii'g al lull siKsxl ii'iMl 'drawing in au.l coil'i'iiiS his rope at tlie .-^iiiie 'tiuu'. Kound and round swi'pl I'iie coil, aiKl then it shot strai'ght forward, I'tre in '.h',. air like a flatteiK'd t>. Ufimy s wnity was olT, pulling; the >hort t.viiig ro|>e iioiii his tel'i as he ra'm. lie !-too|�cil over tho -leer, tyipg two front and oiw roar .og-hog lying flw-y lall it-in in-fdlbl.v short lime. Tlven 'ho sprang lo his i'iN"i, arms iit tlv.' air. It was the siirnal tha-l lh>.' work was I'ho judges came up and declared  he sneer pri-.vrl^ iK'.i. The tiine-koi'per callx.l out: "t>.ie iiiJ' lifly-eight secon-ds." ��|>ciin.\ is out Ol' il. " o,s.'rvd Uml Oliver. "He shou .d have mavie it in one throw." IK'Uiiv came i'li, hot ai.'d grimy wi't'h dust. TIh- grand stand was uz/iirj; agii.'n like a lK>aivt ironi afar olV I bis U'ts an.l Turk McOlory .s^aw a girl in blue and white in 'I'he graivi l4ind. Turii was ,slfaking with e.x-iteiiiiiil ; he k'lt 't'liat he never could throw li'is r. .�.'. What a fool he was 10 c'jmp.'te with thiTie okl ropers! I low they woui'd iau-gh at him! A li't.. If fellow with silvvr spurs, and a fvat'lH-r in his hat, c^une itewt, ami fiiniililiN^l his rope .so thii't H w^as two miniitis liefore his .s'.eer was .down. He was hoivleKsdy beaten, ml 'he came in LwUaggied, l>�t grinning. ..�iii-n H'-ister firaham vvenit to the ine there were .shouts of cncourajie-iiieiil, aii^i octpiai'ii'la'iices from tho stuiiil an.,! .I'he pool seller frttimicaily an I'.i h'ls U>is. Uusier and iJud Olive were pla-inly the favori't'cs W'ith 11 little leaning towards Hiwl, as lurk olis.'rviii with risin'g pride. \fier all. I'here was no man like Uud ihoiigli Iheiv was the vvi'klest kick-though there was, Hhj wokle.'Jt kicking wnd .vti-ug-g4i.n'2. Xalversen. bulldog that ho wa.s, tied his anima! down uikI thn'w up his hliMxIy arin.s. Ml' w-as , torn .intl bruisi'tl. bin lie had ti'.d h'is'Siu r. 'of eoiirse, he cuuhi not win; lie ha�l n. It haki lie�-ii iiw.'*' luiauie^ of such nt an cont.H in other spiu-t. .\ii Hag-it W'as a 'Hum. i'ic list-'luit one b,v ot'.n 'Vhoy faih'd to d 'tl>e |)iiito vvns clow iM-hitid. Tlvre was too a little I'od JScoiclHUan luunetl .MiKirse lorwurd j.,,,,, wrlhiw .si.x coi.ds of il. Turk .MctJIory lost all hopv lor hiin.-*'lf, but iK- .still fei-t orave for his hi'ro. llud t>livcr woui'd do it if anyone could. Ai:d now i'l was llii-d's turn. He aifd iliiid had 'Ikmi left 'to Uifi Int't. riw! i>eai\r his fiiiw came the oft.ner lie gtmiicd up lo ihe gi-ai�.l si.am1, to the (jirl i'n i>lue ami vvin'ite. The poi>l sulH'r wms now cryi'iig his name and IJird's logsrelK-r. �rtlmi lUn 1 nll'erparlng for a charge, turn'i'ng lo lie his coat to t'he saukllc, roiling up bis sleeves ov\'r his ' iiiu.soutar ariiis, drawing his sabre and 'tw.isniug his wrist in \iK Ruhie corsl, th.-n wtt-ir�g his .focp gTintiy iorwai'd.' If you have you k'ltow how Mud t)t.ivvr iooki-�d chvirt>U for laMle; but no ii'ttlo room *K'i� 'in l.he irac'.. Tlw .'vte.'r would eykleiTtiy phm, e full into the crowvl. 'i'urk MciJbjr.v's nriii shot forwaivl and 'the r. ,.' s|K�d. The pinto sat s*varply liiick, t)lirl. To I how on the granil sl'iuvd It mvinvl �s if Hk! .vl.vr, all horns aiwl ..yes, was pl'dcked out of tiwdr laces. When tlu'.v lookod agiu.lii .Mct^b ry was lying. ai.M, as i'u Texas'.' Tho iook'>d olT over her h.^ad aiwl tiMi>l�-lc*l. KOIt THK HOSI'lTAL. The Hoard of Al.i'inigt in ini of the wi'.h 'ihaiiiks � the ivceipl of tlie lol-lovving donations; Nur.scs Home- Airs. tl. M. .luhn^i'loii, a rug; Mrs. Walker, plains; .Mrs. I'li'. man, pil- cavalrytnan ever sat on 'his horse ., , , , , , vv^Hh the oao�.s� of U..d Oliver. To Hos|"U.l t-h.g to acknowU^dg., an imschook'd w.server the llttlo roan pony siceinod iMr:K>r&i/.(Ki for so large a man, but 'Hhe eow.lx>.vs, alpha'ljot is hor.c�, knew well '^�*'''" the prowess of that cait-llankv.l, rag- g-d-ivckcxl romn with his ears kvi�l and his e.ves gleaming ivalf w.ld. "I.ook o. Sinit'h, *IJ; Saiiiiw^-l Uunl'ar, KrWOIJTH l^KAtll lU. T.|ve large numljer at fhe Epwo'th Loivguii in.,-ciiitg last Fr.'da.v' eienii.g were gr>>all,v .surpi.iseil and iiHoro-^t- i>iiv>.'r, of Texas. . ,., . ^ . . . . -. llusKr (Jr.vham was a handsoma ''^T'^i 1 T .^,1 lull n'i,i.h i,>tw 't" caloh tt�u st�.T hy lim t�iil, and The iFaoel of voii^* coa.sod siharp- ed b.v the facts giwn in Jlr. I>s�niid's iy. A wiry Uitl� .stoer, iie il raw-h.'ng-kVijo.l ami as easily us the wiiKi blows. The ft�g fell and Uud was olT, the ixKijfi-H PiJing after hiTit ii?ing hlur-r;d in his dumt. TlxM-e was no ro|)er like Hud. He waited long 'lA-fon- he r.'i'isd his ro|je, 'l.ciKling cost.- 't�i his sutklle at*d r.ding haivl; then in what curious, loose, slow coils Im! swiiing it! Would he ri�hen h'.s nos*- was iK>arly .iver the sltsr's dying tail he .svverv-.� and d-ftiwss, ii�d then his arms weit; up and his io'iig I lack hair wa� loo�e in iho wind. What a gift it is 'to do a ihing li.-.M' a .\ oiing go'd: .Aod how the crowil ro-ared. " Ikisler-lluster (Jiahaml " I'he tiiii-kcvper could hai\dly make his voice heai'.d. "i''orl.v 'ii'i'..'.^ .-iOCOikIs. " The p. oide were slvir'.ling up now the ropt! hflNJ gone over itia iit>ad, hi>rns aird uH. Now he was >,*ayintf out to trip up the .stiok out for tilw.' f. n'l*," he rr.�r-cd. Hut ni�d had S�NH it too, and the fittk' roan Miuaftled Hke a raiKbit. The sit-er roaclviiMg tho roiw� end .doiib'od up ami fell-l;iit f.-H agn'ilit~i I'lie lence. Thonc *�as not �iUi.t.; .fo keep the .siecr down. If it 'ha.! bofii a kirgi-'r .sloor or a falter ome, there would have Ijcon no trouble; |,ut this one fought Mke a oirt, now on its"I.ncond, and b-��a.t..!n bccaust! he l ihe conclusion of Ihe iHiiner. ihe party vent lo tin.' .Vlbani n^cj'tal. The lo.' in as cool and iiii'dlvlur:)e'.l as if he had must make a showing for TcxaK." hcsij riding for an airiny. ] "What am i offered on Turk Mc- "rhut was a goo.l .lo.i, HusLor," (Jlory a.g�.'nst the fiolrW" shwitod sad Hud tHiver heartily, and the t'he fkioI s:',.0've oi�i in his ".v- ha'd d.iiie it. oiling was now .all against Hud Oliver Mill Ihe h ro .s'.'. iin�.l in'iio wi.-.e con-loriiid. ihoiigh Ik' knew it would ro-piii'! the ;s, 4 'to 6 .years. tC'olors-ArtiV .soiiiMl color ^rnvs and bucl-skin. Hor'-.os mu.s'l .|>o perfeolly sound and �have �jfoo'i )'i' Jle sug.,wt�l Uiil rop>' with so m\Kih ease. He felt po.ssi-bl.V in .tJ>3 t>v field, hut cvor.vth'iflg sernncd dim .an*l sal ol governmeni to I ali,v.ri . in indistinct. To 'him all tho voices rogaid lo tlio olijectlon raised to il u ,ii.>n llivlver.sen cume up to tho koiA slvouting; At finrvt � ""i . line. Hod t>Hver ob.s.ervcv-1 that ho "Turk McOlory! Turk Miuiory. should l� noted 'that the i'. i . w-is iviii.'- his io,w, T'-'xartwise, to Turk McOlory! . .. i.. . ... . .... he plinimel of llis .sa.d..lle. The Ari- "Hurrah for Texas and the calico U. s high level brrdge plans .show the /iMiian ordiiuirily u.sos a long rojw, horse!" came a tvhoirt. from ma rail level alxuu thirty feel . eiow the sixi.v ho! .shoiite*! Hnd 'good-naturedly. Ha!v.;rsen paid no hivii, and b.s slr,i.;iure .siiort rojw. , , ., , I'Ik! cons..- thnitifh 'no* in Turk .McOlory's voic*?. Ho gi\v� one glam'e l��hiixi �h'.m. Th>' woukl in no w'ay iiiipu'dL' tlu! vi !'.v up granil stand was a |�ioturo t�f a gi rent was fraine. I'he llai; went down he was olT like a 'l%ertih� l�'n. flash. It was a rmny st/oer, an.l iiho aiwl 'tiho stoer hIkiI |�a�t him. Iii-ropes, op-'iTiiifji from lla'lviL>rs�tl4n's horse must tbok4Hi for iurniii.g to one .siiile lo 'trip the th� points of ihi� anlversary's arinur. plunsying nniiual. 'Hio ro|�o pulled Now Iha't h..! wu� oft', Turk's homd t/aut with a snui>, and the sti'or clenrid lo his work. Vtiii Hteer ran turned a sorneri�auli in tilw.' thiwt;' hnt with hi.nd fe��t swin^'ing sl'dev^-ays, ;'l>c strain on the single cinch st.d lie was too 'givfat. and it. iurw.'^l. Hal-v�ersen, still clinsing to the rope. hog like. Ho ntnoiiv'eiv.l a steer in tho In/y A ontflt thai had ntx; same hain't., 'iviul a l^wd one it wnM, too. vvns .ierkod to tho 'ground, his horso How straneo that "hi! Hlioiikl think of leaping 'to (Hie sKk! antl kicking himself wiklly clear of llio s�>rMlo. Vov a single instant Halvorstm was alilo to rogiain feet, .and llKrvi'ng swWtly to Uie left. Tlie pinto, fio.� forward and 4tilating, I'nsitawt'ly slackc�k ss of thi.s r cu-'t'iu.l is 'U^ing Very favorably regarded is out .las|K:r -Vviiiue, where lharliamf*ii'L iiouse is er.'Ctod a stivi't ear line .siluuikl' he 'in o|>er�tion, and wiith 'the grow li of the oi'ly, which we are l�.o,.iig for ill the cour.s�i of tiie in'Xt l'�!w iears, it shi'tuVd not l.c lo'ii.g' Uifoiv this point is rogardo'd as u fairly central one. Goovl Wheat Lands, ns yet. only........................*8.tX� 1 (">-|(� )icr�m. mostly cultivated. 2(Kt aerea in wheat, gootl build- { iiiga, close to town, on Maeleod-Calgary line, worth t2.- J m), can be hatl for.................... .*U),0(lt>, good t^irins � Ranches, Trrigiitetl Lands, Coal J^iuls, Timber Limits. ANYTHINC  ANYWHERE INVESTORS We can direct yon to ;i tlie City of L(!tlibriil!.{o few Goal Buys in O.S.KNISELY Agent Noi'tli American Land Co. S BALMOKAL HOTIilL LETHBRIDGE | i! We have .just received ji lari^e shipment of Lawn Hose. We can (ill your retjuiiements in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Your lawn Jtnd trees netnl water, and carrying water is a lianl and slow job. Let us book your onh-rs. and yon iire sure of tins Btfst Material anil Prices. t>�> HicK & WaKely The Leading Tinners, Pliimlx'rs. 8teum and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone lit'.. i>* mmmmmmmmmm CO. 1 * A. EASTON & MANIIFACTCTRERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. ?nnnoDDDDDog oDnaDO aaa DuooaoaaoaaDDanaDannnn!' AN OLD TIMER -WITH THIi- OLD BRANDS OF LIQtY^RS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND ^ Just drop into my new (|iiarter3 and con .'inee your-m\( that I am ui>-to-�late.  ' The cleanest and bright(!st shop in Sontliern Allv-rtji. nn. Tn(-i;-irino.~irii-ipnnnnri iBlilMiim.llli IMIUMMIII.......�llimHHIHMHHf-� LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Poi-ter THE Tti:^' IN THE WEST All onlors sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention' '"'cicARS THREE FOR 25c**^ I MARGUERITE JAP EL PRESIDENT SOUK MI'IMd.'.S. he dus.|. ro'lHiH? lii'iin over niwl over eutlinK olT di.s^ance. It was inut4i to with I hi. saddle. The clowxl was have such a liorw!. pinto t4u>erIaiirs .Suilve ns soon as tilt*! | ctiihl is doiH! nur.>ox. Sold tjy all LA FORTUNA PHAROAH SEE eim FINE LINE OF C�n*B. PUying Cards. Dies. Poker Chipt. Snuff, Fin* Cul ^ Chcwiaf, Brithk Consul Smoking, Craven Mixture. Try f n Smoke of GALLAHCR'S Mixture Tobncco. Wallace (SL Hoselton | ;