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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, .NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
Advancing Foe Had Surprise of
Life When He Found Ameri
cans in Line.
GRAPHIC STORY IN LETTER
Tellg of Our Troops' Heroic Resist
ance In June Held by Many Offi
cers to Have Saved Parts
Washington. A graphic eyewitness
account of'thc fighting near Chateau
Thierry, In which Atifcrlcan divisions,
Including the murine brigade, took
part, early In .Tune, was made public
recently by the navy depnrtmeut. It
In In the form of n lone letter from an
ofllcer of the murines to Major Gen
eral Harriett, commandant of the
corps, and the Htory told Is of peculiar
significance, oh In the opinion of muny
officers hero It was the stand of the
Americans along this line which waved
Tlie name of the writer Is not dis
closed. The Americans were rushed to
tho line In motortrucks to support the
hnrd-prossed French. On Juno 1 tho
marine brigade deployed In a support
position, tho battalion commanded by
Mnj. Thomas Holcomb hurrying Into
tho line as tho men climbed out of tho
trucks. Tho Germans were coming on,
and Juno 2 the French dropped bnck,
passing through tho American lines.
"We hnd Installed ourselves In a
house In La Volo Chntel, n little vil
lage betwew Champlllon nnd Lucy-Ie-Bocngc,"
the letter says. "From one
side wo had observation of tho north
and northeast. They came out on a
wonderfully clear day in two columns
across n wheat field. We could sec tho
two twin brown columns advancing In
perfect order until two-thirds of Cho
columns, we Judged, were In sight.
Foe 8lowed Up by Shrapnel.
"Tho rifle nnd machine gun fire was
Incessant and, overhead, shrapnel was
bursting. Then tho shrapnel camo on
tho target ut each shot Tho white
patches would, roll away, and wo could
see that Homo of the columns were still
Uicre, slowed up, nnd It seemed perfect
suicide for them to try.
"Then, under that deadly flro nnd a
barrage of rifle and machine-gun fire,
tho Iiocho stopped. It was too much
for any men.
"That men should flro deliberately,
and use their sights and adjust their
range," ho says, "was beyond their ex
perience. It must havo had n telling
effect on tho jhornlo of tho Boeho, for
it was something they had not counted
on. As n mutter of fact, ufter pushing
buck the weakened French and then
running up against a stono wall or de
fense, thoy wero literally 'up In tho
air' and more than stopped. Wa found
that out Inter from prisoners, for the
Germans never knew wo wero In tho
front lino when thoy made that at
tack, They wero absolutely mystified
at the manner In which tho defense
stiffened up, until they found that our
troops were in lino."
Tho letter tells in detail of the days
of fighting that followed. It describes
a daylight charge ngalnst a muchlno
gun host and of scouting raids up to
June 0, when the whole brigade swung
PLANE MAY FLY
This is the Aincrleuubulit Hundley Page airplane Lunglej, constructed
for tho proposed flight across tho Atlantic. Tho picture wus mtido us tho
ranchlno wub being prepured for its christening,
"Old Glory" at Front
London. When tho Illinois troops
nnd Australians attacked together nt
Valro wood and Ilnmcl, sergennt of
tho American contingent took into uc
tlon n small American flag, the gift of
his mother. The men under him sur
rounded and destroyed a machine-gun
post hidden among tree trunks Just
Jnsldo tho wood. As they went on af
ter bombing tho German crow, the nor
'gonnt brandished tho Uttlo Hog over
his head and shouted, "Come on, fel
lows; there's another one." Just ahead
some Australians were fighting around
n shallow pit in which wero llvo Prus
sians nitd u muchlno gun, Two or
three Chicago boys dashed up with
their bayonets poised. Ono of them lit
orally fell on u big Ilhluclnnder who
was about to throw a bomb and sent
him sprawling with n crocked skull,
and, with tho Australians, put the re
mainder of the crew nut of action und
cleared a dugout behind of 11 submis
sive fault I von.
forward to straighten out the lino. This
action resulted In the capture of Bel
Hit Three Times, Still Fought on. !
Major Sibley's battalion of tho Sixth
marine regiment led the way here, with
Holcomb In support. The woods were
alive with enemy machine guns. That
night word came back that Hobcrtson,
with 20 men of the Ninety-sixth com
pany, had taken Bouroschos, breaking
through n heavy murhlno gun barrage
to enter the town. Ilobertson, fighting
with nn automatic In either hand, was
hit three times before he would allow
himself to be taken to the roar.
.Speaking of Individual acts of brav
ery the writer says Duncan, a com
pany commander, "before ho was mow
ed down had his pipe in his mouth and
was carrying n stick." Later he adds,
"Dental Surgeon Osborne picked up
Duncan and with a hospital corps man
had Just gained some shelter whon u
sIihII wiped nil three out."
Private Dunlavy, killed Inter, cap
tured an enemy machine gun In Hour
esches, which he turned on the foe
with great effect, while at another
point "Young Tlmmerinun charged a
machine gun at tho point of the bnyo
net and sent In 17 prisoners at a clip."
When the enemy made n stand at
one point In tho woods Sibley's bat
talion was withdrawn and for an hour
Paris. There Is a certain United
States signal service sergeant up in
the Toul sector at the front who has
been 'able of late to combine a little
plcnauro with his business. Tho cen
sor won't let ono tell the sergeant's
name, but without revealing any mili
tary Information It mny bo said that
boforo tho war the sergennt was rated
as one of the top guns nt n well-known
trap-shooting club In the States.
There Is not much trap-shooting Just
now In France. They are not crack
ing nway at live birds, cither. But tho
sergeant got hts pigeon shooting Just
Tho particular front In which the
sergeant operates Is infested with Ger
All sorts of things wero happening.
A "tramp" battery, ono of thoso par
ticular guns that whisks up, slams a
few at tho Frltzles, then slides out
on tho Jump, found Itself being shelled
the Instant It lined up for a shot.
Again, every tlmo there was n troop
movement, tho movement was antici
pated by the Boche. Beslda that, ev
ery tlmo a body of .our men got to
gether for any purpose whatever, the
Germans shelled them with everything
tiiey had, big guns Included.
Tipping Off theHun.
Now, the Hun doesn't uso his big
guns unless ho knows what he's shoot
ing at. How he learned, however, was
pretty evident Somo one buck of our
lines was tipping him off.
The signal service sergeant was tho
first to detect how It wan done. His
Still following the tluy Stars und
Stripes, a Uttlo bigger than a pocket
handkerchief, but, as ono of the men
said afterwards, "looking like n regu
lar flag," the Americans, shoulder to
shoulder with tho Australians, passed
through tho enstern end of the wood
and out Into tho open fluids nguln.
"Tho first tlmo I have ever fought un
der the American flng, Yank," said n
tall, row-honed Queenslnnder with a
lliflt-uld bandnge rqund his bend. They
arrived nt their final objective, a group
of strong, wcll-shcnthed trenches
linked with the rear defences of Hum
el village, nnd here tho Chicago ser
geant planted his emblem on a hit of
wood and sot It on tho parapet, Bul
lets whistled nil round It, cutting the
silk Into rugged strips and eventually
It was wholly shot nway snve one un
recognizulilo fragment, which was pre
served ns a precious souvenir of an
i -musters go to war,
a. ai i puiippwpc pi ncpn
f ALL CHURCHES CLUStD
Albany. N. Y. With the eri-
f listment of Bev. Wllllnm Wnl-
X lace Katon, pastor of the Moth-
? odlst church. Schoharie church-
es are without ministers.
J livery church in the village
I hns been rloosd up, temporarily
at least, for the call of Undo
Iter. Mr. Katon will soon be
on his way to Franco for work
with the Y. M. C. A.
and fifty minutes American nnd
French batteries hammered tho wood.
Hughes, with the Tenth company, then
went In, and his first message was
that the wood had been cut to mince
meat. Overton, leading the Seventy
sixth company, finally charged the
rock plateau, killing-or capturing every
gunner and capturing nil the ..guns,
with few casualties.
The ElglUy-sccond company lost nil
Its officers, and Major Sibley and his
adjutant, Lieutenant Bnllamy, reorgan
ized It under flro nnd charged n mu
chine gun nest nt the most critical time
In all the fighting.
"I wonder If ever nn outfit," the let
ter said, "went up against n more des
perate Job, stuck to it gamely, with
out sleep, at times on short rations,
with men and officers going off like
flies, nnd I wonder if In nil our long
list of gallant deeds there ever were
two better stunts than the work of Sib
ley und Holcomb."
squad was rcpnlrlng signal wires back
of tho trenches. Tho sergeant halted
In his work nnd gazed skywards. A
pigeon was going over his head. JIho
sergeant watched It Idly, calculating
as ho stood thero ho"w fnr he'd lead it
with n 12-gaugo. Then with u sigh
he went to laying a wire again.
A few minutes Inter tho sergeant
stopped nguln. Another pigeon hnd
risen from tho wood. But n fow min
utes later, when a third pigeon roso
from tho wood, the former trap-shooter
tarried no longer. A half hour inter ho
bolted Into tho quartermaster's depart
ment, clicked a saluto nnd spoke hur
riedly. "Glmmo a shotgun," he demanded.
Shotguns arc n regular part of cer
tain quartermaster's supplies. Soon
tho sergennt might havo been seen,
standing behind n hedgerow gazing to
ward tho nearby wood. Presently ho
was seen to stiffen, nt. the same tlmo
murmuring "pull." The 12-gnugo
Bwung briefly In nn arc; a crack and
a crumpled ball of feathers came tum
bling townrd earth. To mnke sure, tho
sergeant gnve It n second barrel Just
before it hit the earth.
It was pretty clever shooting. The
bird was high, going over fast and
quartering. "Kllir murmured the ser
gennt methodically, ns ho retrieved tho
That afternoon the sergennt got four
other birds. Attrchcd to n leg of each
pigeon was n code message In German
A short tlmo later n detnehment of
mllltnry pollco got tho owner of tho
pigeons. In his blouse nnd sabots he
looked Hko any of the peasants tljllng
tho fields behind the lines. On being
stripped, however, ho proved to bo n
Gorman under officer. Since his cop
turo tho nightly bombardment of tho
"Y" huts and other places whero sol
(HcrH congregate has been moro or less
haphazard. Tho Frltzles still chuck
heavy stuff at them, hut thanks to the
ex-plgeon shot, the sergeant, they are
not scoring ns frequently ns formerly.
"It's bum cards they'ro bringing In,"
snys tho sergeant.
"Qlrl In Every Port."
Boston, Muss. Writing to members
of Frnternlty Lodge of ltobeknhs. In
Mllford, Lieut. Elbert M. Crockett, now
on war duty in France, snys :
"Censoring tho lottcrsof the boys
to their sweethearts buck home Is ono
of the Jobs I'm up ngalnst most every
night. Some of them havo but one
sweethenrt, and somo of them bnvo
two, threo and four."
ANCIENT DEED IS RECORDED
Placed on File In County Recorder's
Office 100 Ycara After It Was
Lnwrencevllle, Ind. a deed Issued
to Jesso M. Lnlrd by the United States
government In Muy, 1810, for 05 ucres
of land on Wilson creek, Dearborn
county, hns been placed on the books
of the county recorder's oillce for tho
first tlmo. Tho original tract of innd
consisted of (M0 acres and was bought
ut $1.25 nn ncre by Mr. Lnlrd and his
wife. Tho OS acres, with tho homo
stend. hns not left tho family ,ul Is
now owned by Samuel M. Laird his
grandson. Jesse IV. Lnlrd and' his
wife nro snld to havo been tho first
white settlers on -Wilson creek.
Peach Pits Help win War.
Ynklnm, Wash. Bench pits from tho
"v.u.tiio vi uiu itiHiuui valley are.
m-ipms hi win me war in the front lino
trenches of Europe. Tho Mts ure used
In the niunufneturo of gas masks, the
chnrcoijl produced from them having
sunoilor absorbent dualities.
Some nro always Uncling fuuli with
nature for having put thorns on roueu.
I always thank bor for putting roaos
MALLRST bits of n
candle mny bo used,
lied In a cloth for n
lint Iron smoother.
Use u crochet hook
to catch up the
threads In n run in n
bill- atm1;tnr- It Id
ggjj . ...
pjrui.cm4iwjr orient. mucn mure wiiimiiu--co-iivion-
Jfl ,ory tJinn ,irilWlng.
A piece of scour
ing soap put through the meat grinder
will sharpen tho knives.
Mend a torn hairnet with a hair
from your own bend.
When using bacon to. senson vegctn
.iles, like strong beuns, cabbage or
....7( j'Wl t II V lll.Ul III I U life J I I IIU.
a., ,imi;i t itiii j iui uici ill nvir
jonlng nnd save on the amount of bn
;on. Pnste n piece of velvet or felt In Jhe
Dottom of tho heel of each shoe, or If
the bnck of the heel wears out first,
put n piece of velvet thore. It will
Old stockings make fine braided bor
ders for rag rugs.
Make over tho worn tablecloths Into
smaller lunch cloths, nnpklns or tray
cloths. The thinnest portions should bo
put Into tho emergency cupboard to be
used In case of wounds.
Keep tho heels of tho shoes stra.ght ;
this will save rubbers nnd backaches,
llubbers worn "over turned over shoe
heels will wear out often In one walk
ing trip. A heel too high or worn un
evenly will throw the body out of bal
ance, cuuslng many Ills.
To make two pounds of butter out
of one pound soften it nnd mix with
a pint of new milk; add suit, nnd be
sure It Is carefully mixed. The butter
will bo lighter in color, not so solid,
but will save on the butter bill.
Paint the Inside of the gurbagc can
with two coats of paint before using.
It will not rust nnd lasts much longer.
Alum melted In nn iron spoon
makes a fine mender for glass or
chlnn. Hot water will not dissolve It.
When roasting a chicken, place It In
It . .
uie roasung pnn, oreast siue down,
then b'nsto frequently. Tho Julco will
run down into the breast nnd make It
of better flavor.
Bo careful of your can tops. Do not
bend tho edges by putting a knlfo un
der them to remove the tops. To loos
en the tops, turn upside down In hot
And since wo've thought about it,
Wo mean to have a care,
And always In our pleasant things,
Let others havo a share.
ELIJIOUS snlud Is al
ways welcome nt any
meal, at nny time of
Raisin and Apple
Salad. Wash nnd
dry ono cupful of
seeded raisins, ndd
one-fourth cupful ot
lemon Juice, two
cupfuls of npples,
ono cupful of mayonnaise. Lino n bowl
with lettuce, pile the npples und rnls
Ins In the cental', cover with the mny
onnulsc. Serve with neufclmtel cheese
bnlls and garnish with tart red Jelly.
Banana and Apple Salad. Line n
bowl with lettuce. Slice three bnnnnns
nnd four apples, mix nnd put on let
tuce. Mix one-hnlf cupful of peanut
butter with one-fourth of n cupful of
French dressing nnd pour over tho
Roquefort Dressing. Mush eight
tablospoonfuls of roquefort with one
tenspoonful of mustard, stilt, popper
nnd paprika to tnste, add one-fourth
of n cupful of ollvo oil, stirring nil tho
time, when smooth ndd one-fourth of n
cupful of chill sauce, a tnblespoonful of
vinegar or lemon juice, n tenspoonful
of tnblo sauce. Servo on bead let
tuce. String Bean Salad. Tnko one qunrt
of cold, cooked string beuns. Add two
tnblcspoonfuls of ollvo oil to two tn
hlespoonfuls of chopped onion, let
stnnd for two hours; ndd n half teu
spoonful of Bait, n dash of pepper and
pnprlku and n tnblespoonful of vine
gnr. Lino n bowl, with lettuce, put In
tho beuns nnd onion and pour over tho
Marquise Salad. Wash nnd peel
two firm fomntoes, cut In hnlves? nnd
plnco on lettuce. Chop half a cupful
euch of onion nnd parsley, ndd two tn
blcspoonfuls of ollvo oil and let stnnd
two hours. On each piece of tomato
heap n tublcspoonful of tho onion und
parsley, then pour over French dress
ing, Servo very cold.
Potato and Celery Salad. Take one
qunrt of boiled, diced potatoes, -one
cupful of finely diced celery, onp-hulf
cupful of chopped onion, two table
spoonfuls of chopped parsley, a cupful
of boiled dressing. Add n hard cooked
egg. chopping tlm whlto fine nnd jub
blmr tho yolk through a sieve.
Little green onions" sliced In crenm
with salt pepper nnd n dash of vine
gar, make a tnsty snlud to serve with
biead nnd butter.
Prune Salad. Wnsh nnd sonk over
night twenty Inrgo prunes. In morning
cook gently and remove tho pits. Mix
fijfr -Commit log-
two tnblespoonfuls of peanut butter,
one creum choose and If too dry ndd n
little cream, stuff tho prunes. Servo
on lettuce with French dressing.
To enrich the mind, and purify tho
heart, to keep tlio tongue ntlll and-the
arms active, to cat nlowly and fleop
quietly, this Is true philosophy.
N COHNMKAL mush
wc have a homely
dish ; but one that Is
very wholesome. As
a breakfast cereal
served with cream,
milk or butter, It Is
u most nourishing
dish. Cooked In
skimmed milk In
stead of water It Is
moro highly nutritious, making the
mush almost double In food value.
Indian Pudding. Cook one quart of
milk In a double boiler 20 minutes,
with one-fourth of a cupful of corn
meal ; add three-fourths of a tenspoon
ful of ginger und one-third of n cup
ful of nlolnsses. Pour Into a buttered
pudding dish nnd bake two hours In
n slow oven or four hours In n tire
less cooker. Serve with thin crenm
or top milk.
Cornmenl mush combined with
chopped meat, seasonings of various
kinds, such as fried onion, a cupful of
tomatoes, or chopped green pepper,
linked ns one does nny escnlloped dish,
makes a most satisfying main dish.
Other vegetnbles, bit of left overs,
may be ndded, chnnglng the llnvor and
giving variety to the dish.
Spoon Bread. Tuke two cupfuls of
wnter, ono cupful of milk, one cupful
of cornmenl, one tnblespoonful of fat,
two eggs, and two teaspoonfuls of
snlt. Cook tho cornmenl nnd wnter
together five minutes. Bent eggs and
add with the other Ingredients. Bent
well nnd bake in n well-grcnsed dish
for 25 minutes In n hot oven. Serve
from the linking dish.
Corn Dodgers. These nre fine,
served with n roust nnd gravy, to he
enten with the meat and vegetnbles.
Tnko two cupfuls of cornmenl, one
tenspoonful of salt, two teaspoonfuls
of fnt, one nnd three-fourths cupfuls
of boiling wnter. Pour tho boiling wa
ter over tho other Ingredients, bent
thoroughly und cool. Form Into pukes
and bnke In n hot oven 30 minutes.
This recipe makes 14 biscuits.
The cornmenl ground nt home, us
ing the whole kernel, is ns much su
perior to tho ordlnnry cornmenl ns
fresh foods nro-to ennned. House
wives nre beginning to realize that n
bund mill, costing nbout $3, Is a good
investment. Ono may raise her own
corn, nnd with n mill be perfectly In
dependent. He that tllleth hts land shall be sat
isfied with bread; but he that followeth
vain persons Is void of understanding.
BENCH nnd Itnlinn
f?v cooks know how to
senson ; their dishes
will bo palatable and
plentiful, but the
cost will be very low.
The muslcnl nnmes
given some of our
i . i .i . ... i .
leitln jmmuiy manes surety
do mnke them tnste
UBUCl. UU1 U1U lllll-
loned cornmenl mush they call "polen'
tn." Could It possibly taste ns common
ns mush? Then on Friday they serve
buccala, which Is Just our ordlnnry
codfish, hut It Is so disguised that Its
friends find it hard to recognize It.
Baccala. Freshen n pound nnd n
half of codfish, If salty, by soaking over
night, cut In four pieces nnd fry ten
minutes In olive oil. For tho snuca
ndd n little olive, oil to n snucepnn,
ono clove of garlic, one chopped onion,
one sliced green pepper, one buy leaf,
two cloves; cook five minutes then
ndd n small pleco of butter, n half n
pint of tomntoes, snlt nnd pepper. Put
In tho fish nnd cover closely, let sim
mer two hours, nddlng wnter If the
moisture dries out. Serve wjth hot
Roguone. Few people like kidneys,
for they nre so often poorly prepnred.
Split nnd cut nwuy nil the wh'.te In
venl or beef kidney; cut the kidney tn
cubes nnd drop Into boiling wnter one
minute. As It turns white, drnln nnd
plnco In n frying pnn nnd cook In olive
oil fifteen minutes. Then put Into n
cusserolo In which Is n snuce like the
one used for bnccnla with tho addition
of moro gurllc. Cook slowly for sev
eral hours. Servo with rice or polen
ta. Braclola. Take n pound of thin
round steak, mash it out flat to wafer-like
thickness, cnt into four strips,
a few Inches wide, nnd salt nnd pepper
freely. Chop tlno ono clove of gurllc.
one small onion, n little parsley, with
somo savory dressing. Spread the
seasoning along the mlddlo of ench
strip. Boll and tlo with thread and
brown In n little fat, cook slowly thir
v Seasoned Veal (Scaloplne). Cook
thin -slice of venl, pounded thin, in
ollws oil, senson with Fnlt nnd pepper;
when neurly done ndd n tublcspoonful
of vinegar. Servo hot.
AVERTS - KEUDEVES'
QScglu Treatment NOW
all DrutfAiitf Cju area tea
HtmnU frb Irrm nt "Ctlfr. Drpt, E. gaiUn."
A tolltt preparation of tnertL
Jltlps to eradlcAt dwtdras.
For Restoring Color nd
BesutrtoGrar or Faded Hair,
toe. and (LOO at Drnnltu.
"What Is there about a summe. cot
tnge you don't like?"
"My wife's tired relations.'
Glrltl Make beauty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try Itl
Squeeze the Julco of two lemons Into
a bottle containing three ounces of
orchard white, shake well, nnd you
have n quarter pint of the best freckle,
sunburn nnd tan lotion, nnd complex
ion whltcner, nt very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons nnd
any drug store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of orchard white
for n few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion Into the face, neck,
arms and hands and see how freckles,
sunburn nnd tnn disappear and how
clear, soft and white the skin becomes.
STesl It Is harmless. Adv.
Rqugh on Pa.
Father What does the tencher suy
nbout your poor arithmetic work?
Willie She snys she'd rather you
wouldn't help me with it. Boston
Get New Kidneys!
The kidneys are the most overworked
organs of the' human body, and when they
fail in their work of filtering out ana
throwing of! the poisons developed in the
system, things begin to happen.
One of the first warnings is pain or stiff
ness in the lower part of the back; highly
colored unne; loss of appetite; indiges
tion; irritation, or even stone in the blad
der. These symptoms indicate e. condition
that- may lead to that dreaded and fatal
malady, Bright's disease, for which there
is said to be no cure.
Do not delay a minute. At the first in
dication of trouble in the kidney, liver,
Madder or urinary organs start taking
Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, and
save yourself before it is too late. Instant
treatment is necessary in kidney and blad
der troubles. A delay is often fatal. "
You can almost certainly find immediate
relief in Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules.
For more than 200 years this famous prep
aration has been an unfailing remedy for
all kidney, bladder and urinary troubles.
It is the pure, original Haarlem Oil your
great-grandmother used. About two cap
sules each day will keep you toned up and
feeling fine. Get it at any drug store, and
if it docs not give you almost immediate
relief, your money will be refunded. Be
sure you get the GOLD MEDAL brand.
.None other genuine. In boxes, three
PERSONAL IN HIS APPEAL
Irishman Evidently Was on the Best of
Terms With tho Deity of the
The more things the draft officiate
do to bnselmll here the better It flour
ishes In London, nrcordlng to Blch
nrd Hnttcrns of fhnt thriving com
munity, who Is now stopping at the
Mnjestlc. Mr. nntterns snys the
gome is getting n firm hold on every
nntlonnlity in the British cnpitnl.
"Why, recently," quoth he, "I saw
n game In which East Indlnns were
plnylng. One of these nppronched the
plate at n cruclnl moment and cried
"'Allah, give mo -strength to make
"He struck out.
"The next man up was an Irish
man. He spat on the plate, mndo faces
nt the pitcher, und yelled :
'"You know me, AH' He mnde a
home run." New York Tribune.
Coming After Tomato Seed.
A consular report from Mnzntlan.
-Mexico, states that the local ninnnger
of n lnrge house Interested In export
ing tomntoes to the United States Is.
planning to mnke a special trip to this.
country to procure the best seed ob
tainable. Tho planting senson In Mex
ico begins November 1, and there has.
been complnlnt recently of poor seed
having been used lust fnlL
(Made of Corn)
Tas"te -twice as
jjtopd now cause
l - - Vi n w
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