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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1927, Paris, Texas The Paris morning news truth is the first element of All news and advertising matter v of. Viii no. 191 associated press Paris Texas Friday february 18, 1927 eight pages prior r Quot a mail res k a e a h 16 month 10� a 1 Cita t0<> month one to 09 building and Industry Are Active in Paris amnesty repeal Bill thursday considerable building under decisive vote recorded on re Way and greater activity is forecast by c. Of c. Peal of Bill giving Ferguson political rights Fen persons injured As town killed and score Are Tornado hits Louisiana cuts Swath Haf mile wide farm Relief Bill confirm report passed by House cantonese army without Chance takes hang How industries running on full time basis Bill goes to House of representatives new Industrial and Agricula woman occupies feat of Power Tural activity seen in Survey the Advent of Spring promises considerable building activity and in fact Industrial building 1� progressing substantially according to a statement issued to it. W. W. Evans manager of the Paris chamber of Commerce a a he statement follows the new Federal court building and other Federal offices being erected now by the Charles Wert a Pons of Des Moines Iowa. This building is an addition to the present Federal building and was made possible by congressional approx pro Anions june 80. 1926. The Cost of this Structure is approximately 1100,000. Culbertson a resident of Paris and a retired business Man. Has Given to the City a Beautiful Fountain which is now under construction under the direction of j. A Wees architect this Structure has a Beautiful setting in the Center of a Large Plaza. It s built of p. Ford end Carthage a one and italian Marble. Tre water flow some 24 feet a of the Street level Over urns into a Basin. The Cost of this Structure$50,000. Land reclamation a features construction to which much importance is attached was the recent voting of $210,-000 Bonds on North Sulphur River for the reclamation of some 1. A on acres of very Rich land this reclamation District is located immediately South of Paris and is crossed by a number of highways also the Santa be and Texas Midland railroads. The contract for the drainage and Levy work was recently let to the Trinity farms construction company of Dallas and Waxahachie. Machinery for excavation arid other work la now being moved into the District and actual construction is expected to Start at once. Paris now has a Public Library. This Long Felt want has been actively sponsored by the women a organizations who have formed a Public Library association which is contributed to he the citizenship in Senate for first time in Texas history Austin feb. 17, up a the Senate voted 19 to 7, tonight to repeal the amnesty granted former gov. James e. Ferguson by the last legislature. The Bill was passed after a handful of senators had fought almost four hours to keep the question from a vote. The Bill now goes to the House if passed there it goes to the governor for ids signature or veto. The vote came Only after Sena speculation in Cotton would be prohibited altar boy kills self in Church he served representative Hudspeth introduces Bill with heavy penalty for future dealing Washington feb. 17. Up a speculation in Cutton on exchanges of the country would be prohibited under a Bill introduced today by representative Hudspeth Democrat. Texas. The measure would make it unlawful for any person to sell or eries any Cotton of which he is not the actual owner. It. Would prevent Tel graph companies fron transmitting message for future Purchase or Sale of Cotton and sex Chan be officials would be require Ltd to report any violation of the Law. Fines of $5,000 and imprisonment of not More than two years would be provided for violations Elizabeth x. J., feb. 17 j a a having failed in two stud ies and believing himself a 1 a hindrance to his family a Clark Kessler 17, High school student today took his life in an episcopal Church Here where he had served As an altar boy. His body was found by the i Rector. Gas jets in the building had been opened and nearby were three bottles of Poison j one partly emptied. Believe shipping Board boat lost with All aboard no Trace of Steamer Elkton is found in Pacific area Given in sos Call storm subsides in California tors Fairchild Miller and Bowers j contract to sell for future Dell had made desp rate Effort to delay the question and had been ruled out of order by senator Margie Neal the first woman who a occupied the speaker s chair. Friends of the measure did very Little fighting confining the debate to frequent questions anti Points of order. With a Safe majority son. Love and supporters sat Back and heard the opposition eulogize the Ferguson Afta ctr the constitutionality of the measure and pre flirt it or it h to of passed won breathe a breath of life into the political form of James a Ferguson. At on time the opposition threatened to develop into an a 11-night filibuster when a n Bowers Refus d to i it id he for for a motion to Adi ouro and announced that he was just getting Well started on his speech. M that time be held the court a j of the senat ror a a session in his hand was was Reading All the entries in i referring to the passage of the amnesty Bill. Ferguson tonight commented but briefly on the Senate action. A just say that i reaffirm and reiterate my statement of yesterday. Then make it inclusive a he said. Ferguson yesterday charged that a an unholy Alliance of Oil Kun flux and prohibition backed the anti amnesty measure in order to smooth the Way for a presidential Boom in Texas f r William g. My. Ado. He declared efforts to repeal the amnesty act constituted a southwestern merger up for final argument interstate Commerce commission debates merger proposed by Loree and others Washington feb. 17. Pm Railroad consolidation in the Southwest pro a sed a l. F. Loree and his associates 1n the acquire meet of the m. K. Amp t. By the Kansas City Southern while in turn the st. Louis and Southwest Ern is acquired by the m. K amp t a wer submitted on final argument revised death toll placed at Oda a before the. Interstate com Mere commission. Manila p. In a Friday feb. 18, Pic fear that the shipping Hoard Steamer Elk ton Harl been lost with All hands on Board was Espres d Here today by operators of the vessel. The Steamer Liberator which responded to the distress Call of j the Elkton messaged it had a searched the entire area Given by j the latter ship As its Loc Tion j without finding either the stricken i Steamer o open boats to which the Crew might have taken. The Elkton carried a Crew of 3 6 and was it a route from the Philippines to Honolulu. Early in the Day the vessel was reported disabled in mid Pac Lilc with a Gale blowing. Sandsberry will not sust ined of Paris and has met with distinct it Battle which he a accept Success and Genera Public a Jed Proval. The Gulf refiner or company is j now considering plans for the erect a of a Large warehouse and general offices on North main Street on the Santa be tracks. The Gulf company hag recently spent approximately $20,000 in improvements .1� its retail stations and other Large improvements now being planned i to take care of their increasing interests and investments in Lamar county. The Gulf company s pipe line from Tulsa to fort Arthur passes through Lamar county and North of Paris they have a Large pump in station and tank farm. The Continental Oil company has spent $30.000 in improvements and increased facilities and planning for additional facilities. Plan Oil tests outside Oil interest Are entering around Paris for Oil tests. Several Large mocks of acreage have beet gotten together by local parties with the int cation of stimulating Oil drilling in this rec Tion. The Paris refining company owned by or. Paul f. Brown and associate of Atlanta ga., have in recent months re opened this Plant after a close Down for a i Wenty one of minium cation being restored los Angeles Atif. Fob. 17 to pm a California especially the Southern part of the state busied itself under sunshiny skies with restoring rail Highway and wire communications that yesterday were crippled seriously in the Climax of a four Day storm. Transcontinental lines were restored to Normal. The death toll remained at 21. L its Angeles estimated us Jinan Chi losses at upwards of $1.000,000 and outside districts found themselves yet unable to compute damage to crops highways residences and losses from destroyed Bridges san Diego was recovering from counsel for the affected one were opposed by a number of up resent Ativo of southwestern com Muni Leo and Short line railroads. L. F. Lor a the Railroad of it a tor listened today while his lawyers Laid Down the reasons which they consider justify the commission in approving the merger. Attorneys for other railroads and for communities and states interested were present to argue for and against the project. A we believe that a system made up of these three railroads will provide a transportation instr report Tanker Short t a an les. I u. 17. Up Rad of advice acc. Ived h re state that the Standard Oil Tanker f. H Hillman went Short on san Nicolas t land. 70 Miles Southwest of Fanfa cd Quot of. Another Tanker 33 Mhz is away went t th�5 assistance of the ground vessel following the sos Ca masonic Hall is turned into temporary Hospital to care for injured pleasant Hill la., feb. 17, if a ten persons Are dead and More than a score Are injured As a result of a Tornado which a truck a mile and a half South of Here late this afternoon. Tho dead mrs. D. D. Hicks 6fi. Keys Hicks 25. Verdi a by 40. Opal Ashby. 18. Mrs. Brown. Four unidentified a mall children. An unidentified Man. The masonic Temple in this Little town was turned into a Hospital As the dead and dying were Rushe i to this City. It is believed the final Chi will in ral More than a dozen a d. T rough the Effort of a Shreveport newspaper special nurses do a Ltd and ambulances were i patched from hero tonight As quickly is phone Conn Mion could he established. According to meager information Early in the evening the Tornado Cut a Swath a half mile wide wrecking houses barns and other buildings the Stockton Home a n a a and n half South of pleasant Hill was the first House struck but of 12 occupants non a a injured. Measure As approved by Senate ready to be sent to president for his action nationalist t rooms now in command of key City Southwest of Shanghai opinion divided As to his veto or signature foreign warships Are ready to go in action margin of thirty six votes re five american War vessels corded in favor of Bill with eleven Hundred mar on House ballot Ines Are prepared Washington feb. 17, a i Shanghai feb 17, Pic the the Mcnary Haugen Bill was capture of hang How an import passed tonight by the House in sex Arr cent r 113 Miles Southwest of aptly the form approved by the Shanghai by nationalists can Senate. The vote was 214 to 17�, a margin of 36 votes. It now goes directly to president Coo lid go with congressional opinion divided Over whether he will veto the measure or permit it to became a Law. Tones was confirmed Here today. The Force of marshal Sun Chuan Pang who formerly held the City were preparing centers of resistance to the South. Foreign ships wait Shanghai feb. 17, up a the Riti proposes creation of a i Twenty one warships of five foreign countries Lay in the Whang Ilen Nessy returns to local Church Federal farm Board with Power to Levy an equalisation fee on six agricultural commodities for the purpose of controlling surpluses. Rushing toward a final vote on the Bill the House rejected in rapid order the Sarnell and Curtis Crisp measure which were offered a substitutes. The vote against the Aswell Bill was 160 to 14 4, while that against the Crisp measure was 177 to 156. Nut R was a Roll rail vote and both Bills can be offered later As substitutes although friends of the monary Haugen Bill professed to in today a test tokens of the i tory when they claim. An amendment by repress Nta trans Atlantic phone service in Central states st. Louis. Feb. 17. Mp5-trans-Atlantic radio Telephone from London to Points in Missouri Kansas Oklahoma and Arkansas was formally inaugurated today Tiv Newton Republican Minnesota Whin i would have reworded the Senate Bill to correspond with language in the ordinal House Bill As introduced by chairman Haugen likewise was rejected. Another amendment by Newton to give the president unrestricted Choice in selecting Board members was Defeated. Service i at Pooka no a a a a Vul Accuu tvs i the Hou a then rejected 110 to a Spokane. ?h., has accepted j3 a m0ve to a Ubati tut the Deben the Call of the Church to accept its holy Cross Parish Call to former Rector is accepted effective in Marci announcement is made by the vestry of h it in Cross episcopal Church that Rev. Harold g. Lien Neasy lately do an of the cathedra1 Natality Ltd a e a in a of the Tom plated in legislation Fob rail Road consolidation said s. W. Moore an chief counsel for the Loree interests. A a the believe that the proposed the isolation and smiled that its j system will be one which the water system withstood the Strain i Southwest requires and that its of the most severe Good in 601 creation of Stock acquisition Are years and now contains enough water to Supply the City s Norma needs for a decade. Although san Diego is still without rail or motor transportation with the outside Wold work Crews began repairing damage to highways and roadbed and it is expected that train and District court upholds decision bus service will be resumed to or r att Morrow. Telephone and Telegraph i county court Aslo les service was restored last night. Tamen tary capacity transportation in san Diego la j r j functioning normally. The schools will reopen tomorrow. Railroads reported slides have interrupted the movement of trains High water caused the principal trouble in los Angeles and Vicinity and with the rain stopped the City started to recover its Normal act it. Continued on Page eight the suit of Marvin Sandsberry versus j. I. Sandsberry it Al which has been on Tria. In the d strict court for the past two a its a decided in favor of the plaintiff by a jury thursday. The Case involves the will of j. G. Sandsberry and the jury a decision was that he was n of testamentary capacity at the time it was made. Judge Newman Phillips charged the jury to decide from the evidence w Hether or not j. G. Sandsberry was or was not of testamentary capacity at the time the will was made. He defined testamentary capacity in the charge. The Case was tried in the Lamar county court some time ago and by decision of that court the will was set aside. The Case avas appealed to the District court. Scout training fair and reasonable. Practically every traffic representative of a southwestern Community has favored the project and 150 commercial organisations have the approval of their members. A one group of st. Louis southwestern stockholders headed by w. E. Meyer Are opposing the consolidation yet even or. Meyer went into the Stock Market and loaded up during 1925 we Ith additional st. Louis southwestern Stock. Such an action is Only to be explained on the theory that or. Meyer even considered this combination a Good thing for 8t Louis southwestern stockholders. "11 these three railroads Are allowed to link together there will be no major Railroad in the Southwest which has not been taken into a general Railroad southwestern Bell Telephone company talked to col. H. E. Shreeve representative of the Bell system in London. Talking from the directors room on the Twenty sixth floor of the new Telephone building president Nims exchanged greetings with col. Shreeve and then chatted with Las recently. He leaves today to visit friends in Texas cities and will return Here to assume his duties March i. ,. T in it farm Relief Bill framed by a a a whip March i. Rwy a a Taur to. Democrat. Or. Hennessy was Rector of the Church for several years and left. _ Fhil Parish about four years to go to Seattle Wash. He was i a re r made Dean of the Spokan Cathedral and resigned there some time ago. He has been in the City several Days visiting friends having attended that disc san Council in dal free textbook repeal is lost an old Friend. \. F. Adams l Ead of Theodore Gary and company of Kansas City. The conversation was heard by newspaper representatives who were provided with Headset. It was As Clear and Dis Munct As of to were an Ordinary local or Long distance Call. Moody appoints Book commission t r answer Mayo to Kansas pen lie vote on submission proposal broken by Miller Floyd opposes change put River Here today their fighting men ready to go into action if need be to protect foreign lives and property should they be menaced by the threatened invasion f cantonese forces. Four thousand British soldiers ashore within their r r nations i settlement await it i developments. Other British troops on the sea will bring thir number up to 16.-00#, unless they Are diverted to other ports of China. F re american War vessels had on Board 1.1 0 marines ready for Shore duty and 1,209 other marines were expected from san Diego february 2 4. Northern army advanced news from the province of Honan said the Northern armies of marshal Chang t Olin and Hie ally. General Chang Tsin Chan. Continued their Advance on the can Toner controlled upper Yang Iso Vail a. Chieftains of the Northern Alliance continued their conferences at peking regarding the Honan Campaign. The league of rations at Geneva a knowledge receipt of peking s communication demanding withdrawal of the British troop in route to Shanghai the British press is apparently Little impressed by the demand. The demand of the cantonese foreign minister Eugene Chen that he be recognized As the official spokesman for All of China and that the entire Concession problem by settled at Hankow caused the present suspension of negotiations there official advices to London say. A _ Austin. Feb. 17. Jpn a a Resolution calling for amp referendum on the question of repealing the Texas free textbook Law in a in the Senate today when lieutenant 17. Jpn i governor Barry Mill a speaker of Senate voted against it poor a by Claude Callan a when a come Home from Bella s card party she said Slit saw the ipod there that she lost at the Church the weather Oklahoma Friday i it artly Clou colder in the Southeast put on severe Steeze. Saturday fair temperature. C i i Evaa Friday partly Clou i a id vae freezing to t but night Dong northerly s. Say ii Day fair continued g old. West Texas Friday fair fold r in the South portion cold wave jut get in Thea to portion saturday fair rising temperature in tin North portion. Dividend checks sent depositors the Lamar state Bank and Trust Coin party is in receipt of a Check from the state banking department at Austin for the amount of $100.000, to be used in paying the dividend checks to the depositors of the first state Bank. The checks have been mailed to the depositors. The training course for boy scout leadership was opened with an enthusiastic meeting at Camp Clark thursday evening with a Lar a attendance and an excellent progra-1. A delightful supper was a Njo de. The ten minute talk by Rev. Leslie Finnell minister of the first Christian Church was a feature of the evening and he spoke on a America needs men a emphasizing the attributes of leadership and requirements of Hareter demanded today showing How scout leadership training tends to develop these traits. Or. W. Haden. Chief Seo it of the organization acts As scoutmaster for the Mode troop into which the training class has been organized. Commissioner Jesse Mcgill spoke on behalf of that scoutmaster saying that he represent them in the Council and on the executive Board and promised his Aid in card ctr in v air what ppr Way needed to help secreted in jail their projects. Misses Margaret Ezell and Mary Katherine Fuston and scoutmaster w. Vreca Are in charge of the musical development in the training course. Besides the entire body of scout Mast is these men Are taking the course which is open to All interested in set Outing Eldon Ellis course started Miller is to be without defense 5even members for state textbook commission Are announced by governor Austin tex., feb. 17. Put Tulsa okla., feb John Mayo held in the Tulsa noun i to jail for months As a witness in breaking a tie. The Osage murder trials left Here the Lotfi was the closest and today handcuffed to e. R. Clewein i Ernst exciting of the session. Sen Osage county Deputy sheriff for ilor Fairchild of Lufkin. U to the Kansas state Penitentiary a spoke for the Resolution changed Lansing. J his vote from Aye to no when it the Transfer came As a Surpris a became apparent that there would to Mayo who recently made a sen by a of this move was made to Chen a demand delays London feb. 17, of a demands by Eugene Chen cantonese foreign minister that he be recon Edas spokesman for the whole of China and that the future status of Al the British interests in the country be settled during the negotiations a Hankow caused the present suspension of negotiations. This was made known by official advices today. Rational escape from the jail. Convicted of the robbery of a Tyro kas., Bank in 1921, May ,.still has 21 years to serve in the governor Dan Moody late today Kansas Penitentiary. Even then Hgt announced his seven appoint neuf j of roubles i he Al an and it plans of sheriff Robert Sanford j of Tulsa county okla., mature sheriff Sanford has filed charge to state textbook commission they a re Nat Washer san Antonio j. L. Day Hunt county j. G. Dunlap Johnson county Burl Bryant Wichita county miss Katheryn Robbins Milam miss Catherine Gorbutt Al faso and r. C. Pat new York feb. 17, # a a there win be no defense for Thomas w. Miller former alien property custodian it was announced one minute after the i Terson of Hayes county. Daugherty Miller trial reopened a this afternoon. A t a is a when court reconvened at 2 10 l vol cd of clock Aaron Sapiro counsel for j Miller waived his opening and j dress. Harold Corbin of counsel for Harry m. Daugherty also waived his opening address. Give him a Chance to move for reconsideration. After a Momenta reflection How no Chance for seating Smith Washington feb. 17. Cap a any Hope that Frank l. Smith of Illinois will be seated in the Senate at this session of Congress Ever he switched his vote again., disappeared today when the elec thus producing a tie and leaving ton committee was advised by his the decision to the speaker. Miller of robbery with fire Arris against him. Mayo in escaping from the jail held up the Jailer and a companion and robbed the jail Safe of j $35 . He was captured later in a Cabin in the Osage Hills. Chaplin s wife loses alleged Slayer is a Lubbock. Feb. 17. If Rob Ert b non alias Stanley held by officers on a charge of murder in connection with the death of Bob Morgan Dickens county Farmer monday has teen removed by West Texas officers from the Tarrant county jail and lodged Iri. _ another a till closer to the scene k a we Uhrig Fred Caddel. Of the crime but officers of Lub of tor Iran to Job King. Irving Bock and Crosby counties today a own ave k t. F. Jensz snap ushered in with High wind More marines 10 00 to Nicaragua just at 7 25 of clock thursday a Ujj i m r t i a Inri additional forces go Loim Refus <1 to divulge Hon whereabouts. Rumours were current Here today that Stanley is being held in Lubbock but sheriff Bud Tohni ton dunes knowledge of the negroes location. And Edwin Burroughs. Favourable report on Brainerd nomination youth fatally injured Gainesville Texas feb. 17, j pm Jesus Raymond. 20, of Wax a Chi. Was probably fatally injured Heie thursday when he fell beneath a Santa be freight train. leg w jts. Muti of. Washington feb. 17. Pm aft r a Brief meeting today the Senate interstate Commerce committee favourably reported the nomination of Ezra Brainerd roof Muskogee okla., to be a member of the interstate Commerce i Coutt Isaiou evening a gust of Chilly wind swept _ a my xxi around the Corner and ushered in Alimony by decision the predicted cold spell according to the weather Many a prophecy. I the temperature continued to drop and Tho wind Rose steadily a the night wore on the sky being i owe clouded and carrying the threat of rain promised for today. Freezing temperatures to the coast Are predicted for today in East Texas so that continued cold May be expected for the next few Days. Pending Battle Between liberals and conservatives los Angeles feb. 17. Pm Lita Chaplin today lost through a decision of the District court of appeals award of $4,000 a month temporary Alimony which her at Torness for several weeks Trad vainly to collect from Charlie Chaplin. Livestock Board chief Romi 82 old new York feb. 17. Of Elihu Root former Secretary of state Richard King chosen who celebrated his 82nd birthday on tuesday laughed today w Hen a group of reporters called at his fifth Avenue Home to run Down a report printed in an English newspaper that he was dead. Or. Root a pea red to be in excellent health and left for his office at his usual hour. Debate during the filibuster on the amnesty Bill by senator Fairchild provoked considerable Jock trite at times once involving a tilt Between him and ten. Floyd of Paris. Floyd who favored repeal of the amnesty Bill Doodna tiredly was painted by Fairchild As a Solon of go meagre prominence that he could not even get his picture in the papers. Fairchild said he would give $10 to any Paar who published Floyd a photo within 30 Day. Enterprising correspondents of an Austin paper grasped the Opportunity and asked the Laris senator fur a photo. Or. Floyd called the Paris news last night by Long distance Telephone to request a copy of if picture of him that it might be published in Austin sunday. Counsel that illness would prevent the senator designate from coming before the committee. The Short Tern for which Smih v is appointed by gov. Small expires March 4. The committee previously had decided not to seat him pending hearings on his Campaign exp litres at which he was requested to be present. Tho hearings work to have begun today. But Smiths attorney. C. Doyle asked for indefinite postponement. A Colon t Smith is a Vorva sick Man cd a told the commit a. A we hoped he would be present today but his physicians will of permit i Quot to leave h s Home. He has a very serious infection of the Mabl a Formaad unimproved Santa Monica. Oal. Feb. 17 up it a the condition of Mabel nor Mand who i in the Santa Monica Hospital suffering from bronchial pneumonia and an accessed lung remained critical today. The film a ctr a temperature dropped from 1 �>2 during the night to 101, but her respiration had gone up to 40. Showing the Long congestion is making breathing very difficult. Austin feb. 17. Up Richard King of nut is county today was appointed chairman of the livestock and sanitary commission by governor Dan Moody. B. Anderson of Harrison Oun to was named As a member. Ian drowned in Oil tank Bouger. Texas feb 17. Up climbing into a huge Oil storage tank for a pad of Oil Frank Seibert 2d, employed by Tbs Gulf production company wag drowned Early wednesday night and his dead body feet of Oil. Washington feb. 17. Up a a Force of 1,600 additional Amer i ican marines an under orders for a Nicaragua. J voted no defeating the Resolution two Hundred men aboard the 16 to 15, the vote was on in Cruiser Trenton Are to b rushed j Gro sment. From Cuba to Corinto. Another senator Floyd of Paris made a 200 will proceed from san Diego j speech opposing the repeal of the Cai. A full regiment. ,2uu Strong j Law on the grounds that the Law j to flier in t i in Arica Chile feb. 17. .�?�7�?the i to Jcj states pan american Good a will aviators resumed their flight i southward along the chilean coast j line at 11 of clock this morning is scheduled to sail from the unit-1 saved the state Money because the i de states aboard the transport j state could buy All to Ftp books each j Henderson child needed for $1.50 per Pupil h the outcome of an impending while it would Cost individual Par Battle Between Liberal and conservative fore at mat Galba probably will decide exact use rear Admiral Latimer will make of the additional forces. Some want ads we noticed today a a cents much More than that furnish their children books. Senator Fairchild of Lufkin de j c la red that the old Blue backed speller which both his Brothers disclosure Tody of the orders us d before him and from which which will increase american a he Learned spelling had been Al for rent a r Ember of Nice up to dab House and apartments both f irn hed and Una furnished. Fth once Ririe forces in near a la four fold indicate grave doubt entertained by president c of i by and his advisers that the Mato a Alba Battle can be averted. Most a Good As new when All of them finished their schooling and1 that there was no need of chans i ins books so often. He charged that under the changes adopted by the free textbook com miss on carloads of Hooks had been Burn a in Eay or condition fair Nashville. Term., feb. 17. De. In a. J that in th5 condition of governor a us government in All it branches extracted from three tin pea was Des ribbed this morn was responsible for High taxes and j eng at s o clock a a fairly Good that Hgt opposed the free textbook his body will be shipped Chic Kasha okla., for burial to by the nurse in attendance at the Law a status a Cutie residence. 4 . Part of that extra Sag at to refining top and curtain repairing satisfaction guaranteed a an extremely Low Price. Public s knot Raph Era experienced i fit to class work. See a 1926 Ford touring�?a-1 condition bran 1 be v tire. A bargain for a see the want and Page for the and Many other attractive offerings today

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