THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.
Salisbury N. C, May 9, '14.
Bring Hone Bodies of 17 Dead Marines.
Vera Cruz, May 3 The
bodies of 17 American blue
jackets and marines killed in
the street fighting during the
operations accompanying the
occupation of Vera Cru& by
the United States fleet, start
ed on their way to New York
today on board the cruiser
Montana. , Solemn honors
were paid by the great assem
blage of United States and
foreisrri war vessels as the
The crews of the warships
in full uniform lined the
sides of the warships and as
me montana reached each
one, the men stood at atten
tion, the marines guards pre
sented arms and tha ship
V, ,3 1 J -v
uauuB piayeu. une hy one
the colors of the fighting
craft sank to half maft as the
Montana passed through a
lane formed by divisions of
the Atlanta fleet.
On shore during the Mon
tana's passage out of the har
bor, the flag over Brigadier
General Frederick Funston's
hradquarters was half-masted
and was only raised again
when the vessel hadA disap
peared on the horizon".
The hospital ship Solace
with about 100 sick and
wounded American bluejac
kets and marines on beard, it
was said today, might sail
Northward later this week
All the men, under treatment
on board are doing well.
N. C. Classis in Session atRoCkwell.
Rockwell, N. C, had the
honor of entertainingthe 84th
annual gsession, at Ursinus
Reformed church, of the N.
C.Classis Rev. J D Andrews
president of Catawba College
the retiring president of the
Classis preached the opening
sermon from the following
text: Luke 11:28, "Blessed
are they that hear the sord
of God and keep it." Presi
dent Andrews emphasized
the fact that many christians
are not keeping God's Word.
After the Holy Communion
ot the Lord's supper was ach
ministered Rev. Shuford Pel
er of Greensboro, was elected
president of Classis. Rev.
Peeler is a native of Rowan
and this is an honor worthily
Thursday morning the elec
tion of officers was completed .
Elder J T Hedrick was elect
ed vice-president; Rev. J C
Peeler of Conover, secretary;
and Rev. C C Wagoner of
High Point, reading clerk.
Rev Clarence Woods of
Thomasville then delivered a
sermon on "The Influence of
Prayer upou Petitioner", em
phasizing three phrases ;Com
munion, intercession and !pe
tition. The whole program
formed quite an instructive
and interesting meeting.
Carranza Accepts Plan of Mediation of
Washington April 29.
Gen. Venustiano Carranza,
head of the Mexican UonstN
tutionalists, late today noti
fied the. Latin American in
termediaries of his acceptance
of the principle of mediation
in the difficulty between the
United States and Mexico.
He expressed a willingness to
confer on the subject.
This announcement was
made by Secretary Bryan
upon "being informed by the
three South American envoys.
The introduction of General
Carranza and Constitutionlist
cause into the negotiations
broadens the peace program
, to an effort to compose the
entire Mexican situation. It
is understood that a, proposal
for an armistice, which al
ready has been submitted to
the United States an General
Huerta, now will be present
ed to General Carranza.
Stale Grand Lodge to be Invited
The members of the two
local lodges of the Knights of
Pythias will go to the Grand
Lodge, which meets in Dur
ham the second Tuesday in
June, . prepared to urge the
delegates to chose Salisbury
for their next meeting in
This U prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER,
rive or six dotes will break any case, and
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Crowd Threatens i Detective Burns
Marietta, Ga. Physical vio
lence was threatened W. J.
Burns, the detect! ve: when
he came here from Atlanta
late today, presumably in
connection with his investiga
tion of the case of Leo M.
Frank, the young factory
superintendent of Atlanta
who is under sentence of
death for the murder of Mary
r pagan, 14 years old, Whose
home was here.
An angry crowd surround-
ea tne detective as soon as
1 A t 11
his presence was discovered
and followed him to a hotel,
when he took refuge there.
Deputy sheriffs, who had
been summoned, went to the
aid of Burns and he was
rushed out of the city in an
The crowd that gathered
dared tu detective to come
out of the hotel, making
many threats against him.
Former Judge Newton Morris
and T. M Brumby, a promi.
nent citizen here, learning of
the incident, rushed to the
hotel and addressed the
crowd, cautioning it against
violence and requesting that
Burns be allowed quietly to
leave the .city.
Leaders or the crowd con
sented and the detective hur
riedlv came from the hotel
and entered an automobile
which had been summoned
lhe crowd threatheued and
jeered, telling the detective
to keep away from Marietta
hereafter Eggs were thrown
at him, one of them striking
former Judge Morris, who
with Deputy Sheriff Hicks,
accompanied Burns from the
The detective has been
prominent in efforts being
madt to obtain a new tiial
for Frank. The partial re
port which he recently made
public charged James Couley
a negro factory sweeper in
Atlanta, with having mur
dered the little factory girl,
Couley was the cheif witness
against Frank and was sen
tenced to one year's imprison
ment as an ,accesory after
Feeling here over the case
has been high ever since the
girl was killed in the plant of
the National Pencil Company
in Atlanta more than a year
ago. She was employed there
as an operator of one of the
Booh Sid-is to Seek for Solution.
London, April 29. A com
promise on the question of
home rule for Ireland seemed
today nearer than it ever has
been before. There was a
strong belief in Parliamenta
ry circles that conferences be
tween leaders of the two
great parties soon would be
The House of Commons
discussed the Ulster crisia
again today when it wound
up two days debate on Aus
ten Chamberlain's motion for
a judicial inquiry into the
.Govern m en t's "plot" to crush
the Ulster Covenanters. The
motion which virtually was
a vote of censure on the Cab
inet, was rejected by a party
vote of 344 to 294.
The growing belief that
civil war in Ireland is a real
ity which cannot be escaped
if the present home rule bill
becomes law, seems to have
influenced members on ! both
sides of the House, as it has
the re we papers.
The press of both opinions
recently has become more
conciliatory in tone than at
any previous stage of the dis
Mr. AfwalfGoes t9 Bsitimire.
Thoe At .vellof this city, has
gone to John. Hophkins Hos
pital for treatment for stom
ach trouble. He has former
ly pent time in private hos
pitals but without much ben
efit. He wilt remain in this
institution until released by
the physicians His friends
in Salisbury hope for him a
speedy and permanent releif
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MIS. Sill! Hlrflm Slot From Ambosh. 1
North Wilkesboro.May 3.
The Hotchison-Higgins feud
was reopened this mo mice
with a shock when at day-
some one,-unknown at this
hour, shot and seriously
wounded Mrs. Silas Higgins,
wife of the man who is charg
ed with the murder of ( harle
Hutchison a few months ago.
Higgins is still atx large hav
ing immediately disappeaied
after Hutchison was shot.
Excitement in that section
of the county, some six miles
north of here, is running
high and further develop
ments are expected any mo
ment. Bloodhounds were wir
ed for from High Point and
were rubbed through the
ing on the scene about 4 o'
Clock, in th afternoon, but
up to this hour 6 o'clock , the
hounds had been unable to
make any start.
Young Man injured.
White Albright a
man who works in the Patter
son mill here, was right eeri
ously injured Wednesday.
While at work a belt seems to
have ran off the pulley, or
broke, and struck him almost
in the eye in fact for a time
it waa thought his eye had
been destroyed. Hewasgiv-
eh treatment and is getting;
along very well aud uis eye
seems to be uninjured.
Funston Will Taks Charge of V;ra Ciuz
Vera Cruz, April 29 Th gov
ernment of Vera Ocz will, be
handed oyer by the Uuittd States
Navy to Brigader General Fred
erick Funstnn of the American
Army with the formal ceremony
at 2 o'clock tomorrow nftrnoon.
Rear Admiral Frank Fischer aud
Brigader Gentral Futston togeth
er with their start's, will be pres
ent at the function
Robert J. Kerr, the American
civil Q )vernor of Vera Cruz, in
tends to keep the city government
id thf- hands of Mexican officials
as much as possible aud the old
system of taxation will be kept in
No cases of small-pox have
been recorded Bii.ce the landing
of the American marines and
bluejackets. ' '
Find 50 Bodies io rY. .Va. Coal Mine.
Eccles, VV. Va., April 30
Hope that auv of tha 175 men
trapped io mine No. 5 of the Nsw
River Collieries Company, b'a
explosion Tuesday, are alive, was
abandoned tonight by G VHrn
rnnt and State experts. At 9
o'olock 60 .bodies had beeu locate j
in the miue and it wa9 nxpectei
all cf these would be brought to
t5 the surfaoe before daylight
A blacksmith Bhop near the mine
tipple has been turned into a
Most of the bodies are said to
be badly burned. It is beli ved
no additional bodies will ba fouad
near the mouth of the mine and
that many of the other victim
are buried under heavy debris.
A thorough giariih of the miuYv
ii being retarded by falls of roek
and mine timbers, while water
from broken lines covors the
mine at points to a depth of
The old soldiers reunion will
be held at Oran Church on
Asoensioj day, May 21 1914, at
ten o'olock We expect to Lave
several addressee and fa, sol, la
singing. All are invited to com
and bring well filled baskets.
. B. A MlLLEl?.
I TOOK PE-RU-NA
Was Able to Sleep and Eat
says: "I keep
Peruna in the
ly. When I am
not feeling well
I take a few
doses. It always
story of her. ex
Peruna fully ex
plains irhy she
Peruna on hand.
A few years ago
she was very
MRS. M. MUELLER,
P. O. Box 321, Hawley,
Wayne Co., Penn.
sick. The trouble seemed to be the
stomach and liver. She suffered
great pain. Was unable to get any
thing to help her. She was growing
weaker and weaker. She became
tired of life.
Somebody suggested that she write
to the Peruna Co. She did. so.
Through their advice she began to
use Peruna. In a letter from her at
this time she says: "Through the
use pf Peruna I have regained my
health. I took only a bottle and a
half when I was able to sleep and
eat again and my nervousness disap
peared." No wonder Mrs. Mueller
keeps Peruna in the house. Under
similar circumstances Peruna would
be in every house in the land.
Any one taking Peruna ought to
have a free copy of the "Ills of Life."
Address Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio
People who object to liquid medi.
cines can now obtain Peruna Tablet
I II tinKMinriaril'Vn
ft IM Pi U Wl U t III t N 6
I hereby gxf ounce myself a can
didate for ifc.eS)fficj of Sheriff of Ro
wan county, 'Object to the Demo
cratic primat and convention.
a.JAS. H. KRIDER.
T x JWyJ SHERIFF.
I hereby $nuounce myself a can
didate for-thfcpffice of Sheriff of Ro
wan county; Object to the Demo
cratic pnmai-f and convention.
Pd l FRANK MILLER.
I hereby -antiunce that I am a can
didate for rntr bership in the House
of Representees of the General
Assembly pf Jjrth Carolina, subject
to the. action-, cf the Democratic pri
mary and cofttjntion.,
' Wm. &5JOUGHENOUR,- Jr.
FOR REGliSOF DEEDS.
I hereby ann3arce myself a candi
date for the1" "f 'ce of Register of
D.-vil of Rowa" county, subject
the Democrat primaries
WAL'yi S. BLACKMER.
(Mr. Black&a is a son of the late
Luke Blaekmgrnd has always lived
in Rowan' coiiti-; he has never held
or asked for ablic office but is fully
qualified to' fiflhis responsible posi-
I hereby :.a?nince myself a cahdi
datdfcfor the isflfftee of Coroner for Ro
wan county, prplect to the Uemocrat
i nrimaries ;',l convention.
Pd . - TS : W. SUMMERSETT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
.date for thft-oije of. Judge of Rowar.
county Com t subject to the action
of th DcmorjirAtic primaries and
"P S. CARLTON.
.FOR COUNTS COMMISSIONER
1 hereby ahepmi e myself a candi
date for Counfey aU'tnmissioner of Ro
wan county uh'jert to the action of
the Democratic primaries and con
R. A. RANEY.
FOR STifTE SENATE.
I hereby annonce myself a candi
date for' Stats Senator from Rowan
county, subject o the action of the
Democratic pfetnijries and convention
B. B. MILLER.
I hereby arffidyiKe myself a candi
date for Treastwer of Rowan coun
ty, subject to vthjj action of the Dem
ocratic primaries and convention.
&TILL M. ERWIN.
FOR REGslfER OF DEEDS.
I hereby arv?ince myself a candi
date for .Register of Deeds for Ro
wan county.! BMbaect to the aetion of
the ' De mocratic primaries and con
vention. 1 ?" 9
Pd . B. NEAVE, Jr.
FOR CLERK. lOU'ERIOR COURT
I hereby. affHoifnce myself a candi
date for the BfKce of Clerk of the
Superior Courf ie Rowan county, sub
ject to the acjii of the Democratic
Pd f7i A. L. SMOOT
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby aniiOHnce mvself a candi
date for Register of Deeds of Rowan
county, subject 1fc the action of the
Democratic primaries and county
J. C. DTON, Landis. N.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby anKbyhce myself a candi
date for the ogye of County Treas
urer, subject the action of the
Democratic priories and conven
EO. H. SHAVER.
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT.
I hereby anifsunce myself a candi
date for the offceg of Clerk of the Su
perior Court c; "Rowan cOuntv. sub
ject to the Deftiacratic primaries and
cnnvpnt.fhn. T &
J. I jJiK McCUBBINS
I hereby anriJiSnce myself a candi
date ior Couittjf Commissioner for
Rowan countysubject to the Demo
cratic priinaryrand convention.
i J- W. PEELER.
I - hereby annr?nce myself a candi
date for the OfBie of Sheriff of Ro
wan County, 'inject to the Demo
cratic primaries nd convention.
Pd Jx s. HALL.
I hereby arnce myself a candi
date for CoragtJ' Commissioner for
Kowan countyi-;hina Urove Town
ship, subject' Cvthe action of the
Democratic w ffi-imanes and conven
tion. ..-, E. E. GRAY,
,i.-China Grove, N. C.
I hereby ,anri:Ke myself a candi
dal for the hyjrnation for Comniis
si.;in;r, subjeftt the action of the
Democratic paries and conven
tion. If elected vi will , vote to lew
W. "WSON TCLUTTZ,
oaiisDury, jn. (j.
I hereby amiurce myself a candi
date for CoUUfy; ; Commissioner, for
Rowan County, supjeet to the action
of the Democratic; primaries- and con
Pd rvidence Township.
I hereby annOhftjge myself a candi
date for re-el eckjg as county Com
missioner for Rtivn County, subject
to the action of $ie Democratic pri
maries and coevatRion.
Pd . 't iR. B. BAILEY.
FOR REGIl'tJR OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Refi-istetjOi Deeds of Rowan
County,, subject .ohe action of the
Democratic pii-n-ies and conven
tion. FCRST J. ELLER,-
Pd v ' toute 4-
I hereby -announce myself a candi
date for CountyCarmmissioner from
HT rpw Ut5 1 4-1
; mui j5e.11 xovviiaurp, suujcti, w wire av;-
j tion of the Denioetic primaries and
' convention. 4 T
! JOSK&H W. MILLER.
for REGisTfcj of deeds.
I hereby annoK myself a candi-
date for the onfc- of Register of
Deeds of Rowan jaunty, subject to
the action of theinocratic primar-
ies and conventiaX
A NEW WOMAN
As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Dispelled
Piqua, Ohio. "I would be very un
grateful if I failed to give Lydia J.
Pinkham s Vegeta
ble Compound the
p r a i s e it deserves,
for I have taken it
at different times
and it always re
lieved me when
failed, and when I
hear a woman com
plain I always rec--ommend
it. Last win
ter I was attacked
with a severe case of organic weakness-
bad backache, pains in my hips and
over my kidneys, headache, dizziness,
lassitude, had no energy, limbs ached
and I was always tired. I was hardly
able to do my housework. I had take
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound on one other occasion, and it had
helped me so I took it again and it has
DUiu me up, until now I feel like a new
woman. You have my hearty consent
to use my name and testimonial in any
way and I hope it will benefit suffering
women." Mrs. URPHA TURNER, 431 S.
Wayne St., Piquai Ohio.
Women who are sufferinfr from thosa
distressing ills peculiar to their sctc
should not doubt the ability of Lydia. e.
nnknam s vegetable compound tore-
store their health.
If you want special advice
write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med
icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,.
Mass. Your letter willlbe opened,
read and answered by a woman.
and held in strict confidence, S
Objections to Rate Increases Heard bf
WaahiDgtorj, April 29. Vijror-
oqb oiijectious were urged by
shippers before th6 Interstate
'Jommf'roe Cmmissiou today
he proposed 6 pr cent freight
rate increase by Eastern rail
Generally it was maintained f r
counsel thtt rhe roads through!
naoderi: methods of handling ai;cfcf
transporting freight, oould per
form service more cheaply tbaa
formerly and instead of increasing:
rates, tuey oufint to mace a re-y
Rush C, Butler of Chicago,' re
presenting lake and rail shipperr,
b-clared that constant increase of
lake and rcil rates graduallv, but
surelvjwas driving traffi j from the
natural water routes of the Orat
Lakes to the rail routel
Frank A. Lyon, Bpeaking; for
Pittsburg and Hocking Vatley
ooal interests maintained that th
railroads were the only great in
dustry that did uDt conform to
the principle of reduction of cost
of servioe with the increase of
business and modern and efficent
means of handling its business.
Charles M. Johnson, for the
Pittsburg Coal Company, urged
that rates for all coal traniporta
tion alreadv were too high.
Francis B James appeared for
the National. raving Brick Mann
faotures Association and other
uaving brick industries, for which
h-) said the proposed advance 0.0
paving hriok was more than traffto
Cure for Stomach Disorders.
Disorders of the stomach many
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American's Body Fouud Burled In a Meil
Laredo, Texas May 8. The
body of Pcrfirio Laurel, au Ameri
can ratchmau, who disartpeared.
last Novembfir, was recovered, to.
Hay from a rave near Nuevo La
rodo, Mexico. Laurel had been
been arrested by Mexican Federals
who persistently denided reports
of bis execution and until the
body was exhumed today the4myfi
tery of the Texan's absence was
Reo .very of the ranchman 'a
body was made possible by the
evaonation ot Nuevo Laredo by
the Federals. Rebel officers 00m
mioding the Constitutionalists
force which now occupies the towu
interposed no objections to tho'
Z a m
inve8tig vtion ot ralativea and
friends which resulted in the loca
tion of the grave. The body will
be brought to the American side
Laurel's son identified his fath
er's body by a spectacle case, of
scraps of clothing in the grave and
measu'-ementB of the body tallied
with known measurements of the
dead man .
FOR THE HOUSE.
I hereby annonuee mvaelf
a candidate for tbe Hoii8 of
Representatives from Rowan
a. . XkUv.u
COUUty, SUDjeCt to the actlOU
of the Democratic primaries
. T. D. Brown
Methodists Meat it OklaMi t llf Witfnes-
day, Mai 28.
" Oklah m? City O do., May 8
Mor than 8 COO miui: and
& mei. arH . x ected to attend the
p . i
quadrennial conference or ine
Methodist Episcopal Oburcn,
Soufb, which will adjourn May 28
While unmbT of matters cf
importai.ee are to be discussed be-
Tor. i tha nn forftjicft. 1h law -mak-
u.ff I odv of the Church,
cei.ter chitflv in the act
akeu wi4h rgard to Vanderbilt
Uuiveis.ty h-ch the Bopreme
Court cj 'JenBess'Hliee held tot to
U the .property nft under the jur
igdictiou of tbeCburcb.
Whether a :.ew college will be
built or HcuiH xiBtir g eohool se
lected as representative ducation
al institutku of the Chnroh will
be threshed out first b-fcr the
educaticual commsttee aud later
beft re the oonferenco as a whole.
Th question of e qual suffrage for
wbnaeu aud whether or not greater
power should, be veated i . thi
Uitv of the Church will also be
Another matter which, is rxpeot
ed to be thn subject of consider
able debate is whether or not per
maueut places of residence of the
bishops should he determined
hops are permitted to chooie their
owd place of reideuce.
I MeLi prominent in Church af.
fairs declare thar- it. is not pr jbaiib
that auy uew bihUOj" 5l
I lpcted thia year. Seven biuhcpa
were elected at the last quadriec.
3 nial conference. Secretaries and
I general officers of the Church
board, however, will be elected.
The bishops of the Church, in the
order of their seniority in the
epifecpaoy. wiU preside over the
sessions of the conference.
6eo. Sickles Dead.
Nw York, May 8 QeD. Dan
iel E . Sickles died at his home
shortly after 9 o'clock. His wife
was at his bedside at the end,
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Each outfit packed in neat box $1.00.
Coin nr Jf-ney Order, po-trge luc extra-
Universal Products Co.,
ILLUSTRATED 320 PAQES
Tells a1! about s-x mait"j; what
young men and women, young wives
and husbands and al' others need to
Vuow ab'Hfct th sncred laws that gov-
ern the sex forces flam truths of Bex
life in relation to hapjuness in mar
riage . "aecrrts" of manhood and
womanhood ; sexnal ) abuaet, ocial
evil, disease etc-.
The lat st, most advanced and com-prehen-ive
work that has ever been is
sued on sexual hygiene. Piieeless in
structions for those who are ready for
the true iner teaching.
Thiir book tells nurses, toichers, doc
tors, lawyri preachers, social work
ers. Sunday School t aehnrs and all
others, young and old, what all ned to
know "bout sex matters. By WinfieM
Scott Hall, Ph. D. M. D. (Leipzig).
' Scie otitic dl v correct Chicago"
Tribune. Accurate ml un-to-date."
PI iladelphia Press. Standard book
of knowledge ." Philadelphia Ledger.
The New York World sava: ' Plain
truths for those who need or aught to
know them for the prevention of evils.
Under plain wrapp er for onlv $1.00.
Coin or Money Order, poslaee t.-n
Miami Publishing Comp'y
Dayt ui, On 1
T FACTORS PRICES.
Save From 30 to CO per
Tire Tube Reliner
28x3 7.20 $1.65 $1.35
80x3 7,$0 t.95 1.40
80x8K 10 80 2.80 1.90
3?x36 11.90 2.05 2 00
31x3 12.40 3.00 2.05
32x4 13.70 3 35 2.40
83x4 14 80 3.P0 . - 2 45
34x4 16.80 3 60 2 60
38x4 17.85 8.90 -; 2.80
35x4$ 19.75 4 85 8 45
36x4 i 19 85 4.90 3.60
87x4 J 21.60 5.10 3 70
1 37x5 24 90 5.90 4.20
All other sizo in stock. Non-Skid
tires 15 per cent additional, red lubes
ten per cent above gray. All new,
clean, fresh, guarantee! tires. Best
standard and independent makes. Buy
direct frnm us and save money. 5 per
csnt discount 'if payment in full ac
companies each order. C. O. D. on 10
per cent deposit. Allowing exam nation
Tire Factories Sales Co.,
Uept. A, Uiytou, Uniu,
London 'Tango" Neoklsoe
'lhtse two beautiful pieces of popu
lar jeweliy are the craze among so
ciety women in New Yotk and the lar
gest cities They are neat ind elegant
gol'l fi' ished Hrticles that will gladen
the heart of every girl or woman, no
matter how ynun or old. Very sty
lish and attractive.
Our Free Offer. We are advertising
Srearmint Chewing Gum and desire to
place a big box of this Hne, healthful
gum into every home. It sweetens the
breath whitens the teeth and aids
digestion. It is refreshing and pleas
ing to all. To every one seeding us
Vmt 50e and 5 stamps to cover shipping
costs we will ship a big box of 20 regu
I ir 5c packages of the Spearmint Gum
and include the elegant 4 Tango" neck
lace and ' Evelyn Thaw" bracelet ab
This offer is for a short time only.
Not more than 2 or !ers to one i ai ty.
Dealers not allow d to accept this.
United Sales Company,
Dayton, Ohu. ' Box 101
'iowsii' io m
Guaranteed 7,500 Miles
Thsse tires bear the greatest known
mileage guarantee, yet are sold ai a
prica even less than tires of ordinary
guarantee. This guarantee covers
punctures, blow outs ani general Wt a .
Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service
against everything except abuse.
lhese tires are intended for most se
Orders have been received lor
these tires for us in Un ted States
As a SPECIAl IN.RODUCTORY
offer, we will allow the following prices
for the next ten days.
T KEB TUBES
28x3 $ 9 20 $ 2 00
B0x3 10 25 2 30
30x3i 18 50 2 80
3x3J 14 05 3 00
34x3j 15 25 3 20
31x4 17 00 3 25
32x4 18 00 . 3 80
83x4 19 50 3 40
34x4 20 40 3 60
85x4 21 00 8 80
36x4 22 00 8 90
35x4 26 00 5 00
38x4j 27 00 5 10
37x41 27 50 5 15
37x5 32 60 5 40
All other siz-s. Non-Skids 20 per
cent extra. 5 per cent discount if pay
ment hi lull Lcc mipunies otdertindif
two are ordered, sh nping charges
will be paid by us, 0. 6 D. on 15 per
Cent of amount of order. Our output
is limited, 3o we suggest early order
ing. We sell direct only, giving pur
chaser the advantage of all middle
Strongtread Rubber Co.,