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Aftoni--at-La an- Nutaiy Cflloe id
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1-1 all buHtii-; nit.-iist.-1 Ut !int. iiimpc la
Cnon BI."x;K. Kjsi Fiat :s mouth. Nb.
Staple aft. I Fancy oe.'r..,3, Ula-ssward an?
C'rocKery. Floiu anl Fo.l.
- Fine Job vVmk a tpocialtj !.t TnE
THE MERRY HEART.
TUo merry heart pcw-aall the dujj
Jt foiuuiiiI unvr tiri-i,
FriMj to bestow
Much wnmtth nnd cl'
Frum out Its hiMnn fire.
Tiioiizlt days lire Ions
AnJ niptits aro ilro.ir
AdI all arouml it wlues..
The merry heart
Willi oug3 of cheer
riC"tori!H tho lilit of Klatinesa.
When otlu r Len its are out of tune,
Aii'l tingeJ w-ltli mlancholy.
TiicJ of tUo strira
A n J toll of lifo
AnJ quick to frovn ot folly,
TUo merry hearv,
Wil li courage still,
Oo'i on, and is not weary
And every day.
lit every ill.
Bees something bright and cheery.
O rather than a crown of Kol J,
And ruuk end honor3 great,
Than jc-vveU ruro
And rich and vast estate,
I'd much prefer
A inerry heart,
Willi laughter all a-tubbld.
That strives iw joy
An 1 Ih.jkj t' iinpoi t.
And tiii.is it- way through trouble.
Jos.-phiuu Follaid in Pittsburg bulletin.
"JnlinV Object I.essoiu
'Them is no trouldo in teaching a
t liin iinan a new tiling, Imt tho teacher
la-ito le rxtifuicl v careful in doing 60,"
sai.ll.li'3. A. I.. lxi.l. ;i pioiiiineiit teinier
uiice woi l:i r who recently an ived ia tl.ia
city f-usu Caiiforiiia. 4 I havo .'.card
many amusing ttcrics told as to how
faithfully John carries out instructions,
hut I liny say lie? most amusing va9
tcM me hy a l.ily with wlmm I stoj.ped
a shoi t tiiiio ago. Tho lady 1ml hired a
Chinaman, iiitcnding to make a cook of
him. The lesiial was as apt to learn
as any of his brethren, and made him
self very c. .efi.l. A few days after his
arrival the lady of the house thought
she would learn him how to make cakes,
and that end in view Lougli; a few eggs.
Tho Chinaman watched I'CT every no
li"n intently. She l-roko one egg, but it
was "bad' and she threw it away. The
second was healthy and it went into the
tup. Then the other directions were
carried out, and when the cakes were
baked ehe set the Chinaman to try his
' The lady paid no attention to him, and
when done the cakes he baked were as
uieu as hers. Every day lis baked them
and they were excellent. On one occa
sion, several weeks after the Chinaman
arrived, the lady entered the kitchen just
as the Chinaman started to make the
cakes. The Chinaman picket! up one
egg. broke it, and without the least hesi
tation threw it out of the window. Be
fcio his iiii.stress could interfere the sec
ond was broke and put in tbo cup. 'Why,
John, why did you throw that first egg
away? It was good.' The Celestial looked
solemnly into her face and 6aid, 'Misses
do it." And after inquiry she found he
had been doing that every day for threu
weeks. John was shown the right way
and ho never gave any more trouble in
that line." Baltimore News.
Consumption of Cofler?.
Coffee is more generally consumed in
Brazil than in any other part of the
world. The coffee lie-Ids of Brazil cover
2,000,000 acres, with 600,000.000 trees,
each tree averaging about one pound per
annum. The industry there employs
800,000 hands. The consumption pf
coffee in Brazil averages yearly 14 pounds
per inhabitant; in Belgium and Holland,
11 pounds; jn the United States, ?
pounds; in Germany, o pounds, and in
Great Britain very little more than half
a pound. Britons drink five times a3
much tea as coffee, while Americans
drink eight times as much coffee as tea.
Down to 1000 the only source of coffee
6upply was Arabia, but tho berry is now
cultivated throughout most regions of
tho tropical world. Java and Ceylon are
the principal centers of production aftey
Brazil, and the total output of the world
ha3 been estimated to amount to not less
than 1 ,000,000,000 pounds. New Ycck
Illii Serious Fault,
A physician as negotiating the other daj
for a horse, which was wan anted sound, 6
good roadster and everything that tho hearl
of a driver ct.ulJ desire. Aa a Cnal precau
tiou ho inquired: "Is he lifraid of anything
on the iiad.'" "Well, not much of anything,"
hesitated tlw owner. - "He shies a little at
anything Lijh like the entrance to a ceme
tery." And tho man did not realize that he
hal said tha -frong thing till the doctor's
quizzical c. j n-"i'vn toot the wfsJil from his
wits. Well, wi- f.i-fc all t bit afraid of the en
tra:1'.' t? a cemetery, but, shy as we piay.
thitV.or tond. .p:S.toR Cou.'i'-onr.baith.
tier Little All.
Mrs. Hiohureh Edith, I was pained tise
that you put only twenty-five cents ia the con
tribution lox this morning-.
Edith It was every cent I had hi th
world. FatLer gave uie $00 yesterday, and
after paying for my spring bonnet and buj
Lns a pound of candy I had just twenty-five
cents left. I gave that willingly,' gladly to
the church, and you Uunt seen t.c appieciaid
my good deeds at all. Pittsburg Bulletin."
The Inconsiderate Children.
Mistress Well, Bridget, what is it J
Bridget (fresh from the old couptry Sujjj
U's the chillier, niuiu. Don t clane ttia
vrapcr by the .lurej cs yez tould mei AaV
whin tho childer kim home from school sure
they plastered it all over wjd mud intirely.
Will ye belavc, mum, they nibbed their dirt
shoes on it 1 Divil a bit will I oe after clau
ing it again! Sore it breaks the hairt of ma
to be thratsd so. Harper's Bazar.
A Jamestown, Pa., baby was photographed
thirty-five nimutes aitcr it wa3 born. Tho
happy fathu t-iok ho picture.
What l Malaria?
Another delusion is malaria, so called.
The word malaria means bad air. The
diseases that are attributed to this cause
aro frequently common in districts where
there is no stagnant water or anything
tlao to taint the atmosphere. It will bo
remembered that during the autumn of
lb-Si there was nn unusual number of
people who were attacked by these dis
eases in southwestern and west central
Missouri and also eastern Kansas, when
there had been no rains of any conse
quence for months, and that, too, in dis
tricts far removed from decomposing
water or any other subttance.
The cause or causes of these diseases
wero 6urcly not in the air, consequently
should not be attributed to malaria. It
is more probable that during the dry,
hot weather of cummer the heat that is
radiated and the electricity that is gen
erated by the sun have an enervating
inlluence on the 6ystem that from the
nerve centers this influence reaches the
muscular system principally through the
pucumo-gastrio nerve, and the stomach
being the most delicate and intricate of
diiiost any of the involuntary muscles,
is the principal sufferer from fruch ener
vating inlluence. Indigestion follows as
a symptom, and an increase of bile
brings what is called biliousness and
malaria. I hope my medical friends
and 1 claim many ts such v. ill pardon
the 'presumption on my part of tho dis
cussion of a subjec t that comes more
within their province than that of mine.
But this conclusion has been forced
from observation that reach over a pe
riod of many years as a surveyor in the
west. 1 have observed that there were
more cases of sickness of tliis kind dur
ing or immediately after lite season in
which there were the greatest number
of electric showers or electric disturb
ances, as shown by the surveyor's instru
ments. I conclude, lhi!n, that heat and
electricity are the prime causes of "ma
laria," and that ihey weaken the stom
ach and, in a lage majority of cases,
produce the diseases usually attributed
to this cause. 1 give the thought to the
profession with the hope that it will of
fend none. Cor. St. Louis Republic.
I'Jvidcncc Against Himself.
Among the many things the saw mill
man has to contend with in thi3 part of
Georgia is the lack of perfect titles to the
land.t on which he purchases timber.
Numerous troubles result therefrom aud,
as a rule, we are waited on every day by
some native who claims that wo are cut
ting timber from land that has been in
his possession for years, although we
have leases on it from other part ire. A
few days sir.co pur general manager was
called on by one of these persons, who
told him that he must stop cutting on a
certain lot that we had just begun.
"Have you the titles to it':"' was the
first question put to him.
"1 have," wa3 the reply, and he forth
with pulled from his pocket a dirty, aged
The general manager took it and care
fully read them through, then, turning
to the would be owner, said:
"I can't notice such documents as
"Why?" asked the astonished man.
"Because." replied the general man
ager, holding the paper up between him
and the light, "tins deed wa3 written
just twenty-five years before the mill
was built that made this paper."
The claimant took his papers and went
sadly away without another word.- At
They Preferred tho nigher Pi ice.
The story is told of a retail dealer who
obtained a rare bargain in ladies hem
stitched linen handkerchiefs, which he de
signed to sell at a fair profit at twenty -five
cents each. On examination of the goods
he determined not to give such value for
so small a sum. Taking one-half this
let, he marked each handkerchief in the
corner with a lead pencil, twenty-five
cents, and the other half of the lot, pre
cisely the same 6tyle ami quality, he
marked in Iho same way thirty cents,
and displayed the goods on the counter
side by side.
Imagine his surprise when he found
that his lady customers, on their own
judgment, and after a seeming careful
and critical comparison of the goods, in
two purchasers out of three, selected the
bargains at thirty cents, leaving him
with the larger part of those marked
twenty-five cents on his counter. As it
was impossible faalter e. marks pii the
goqd 'from, twenty-five to thirty with
out soiling them, he was actually com
pelled to purchase another invoice of the
bAffiS lot to oblige the dear creatures who
preferred to pay thirty cent3 for tha ar
ticle rather than twenty-five cents.
Cloak and Suit Review.
The olive is one of tho oldest trees men
tioned in history. The ancients had al
most a religious regard for it, and it3
branches early became the emblems pi
peace and good wilt. In this age it is
valued chieily for its oik In Southern
Europe, where it is extensively grown,
the fruit, which is a small green oval, i,s
gathered when rare ripe and, spread, for
several days to, dry and fermeht. It Js
then crushed in a mill, the stones being
6Q adjusted as to avoid breaking &
stone of t be fruit. It is then put into
coarse bag3 and the oil is expressed by a
screw press. The crushed mass is ground
a second and sometimes a third tim-2, to
obtain lower grades of oil. Besides its
very extensive use as food, the oil is val
uable for its medicinal qualities and for
cuta.ne.ous application. Tho refuse, after
the oil is extracted, is used to fatten hoes;
A suggestive fact connected with tho
titw army icgisu-r is that it shows no
fewer than ninety -six first lieutenants on
the active list who have service in the
civil war to their credit. Tho rank and
pay of a fir:;t lieutenant are not an enor
mous remuneration for tho length and
value of the service which some of these
officers have rendered. The retired list
6hows also thirty-eight first lieutenants
who have seen war service, and while the
causes of retirei.ent have been various,
fet they iucludo some compulsory retire
nients for age. Only a year or two ago
occurred the retirement of a first lieuten
ant at the age of G t. Of course these ex
ceptional cases result from the fact that
some volunteer officers received commis
sions in the regular army after the war
when a'realy considerably advanced in
years, and also non-couiiiiis-aoned ollieers
averaging older than the Military acad
emy graduates have been made second
lieutenants. 'i:t v. !i;:t ". ; r thf f c-is jt
is reiuai l;al.lo iliul wuii the v.ur a quar
ter of a century in the past there &hould
be nearly a hundred officers in our little
arm j' who served in those campaigns and
are still on the active list without having
reached the grade of captain. Exchange.
What M:lilc I lie Goiwh I'cillnu.
The old story of the Maine soldier who
was caught t-kinning ll.e sheep and re
marked that no sheep con! I bite him
and live reminds a contributor to The
Oxford Advertiser of a vet. ran of the
"unpleasantness" of twenty years ago,
who regularly draws his check from a
postofficc on the- banks of the Androscog
gin. At one timf: while in the t nemy's
umntry the order "no foraging" wks is
sued. About dusk our hero might have
been seen on a very rapid retieat from
tho rear of a farm house near by, closely
pursued by a gander with wings out
spread, whose f. i t seemed to scarcely
touch the ground. .nd from wl.o.,o beak
issued angry screams. The fugitive was
not at all reassured by the ci i s i f the
owner, "Hold on, soldier; he won't hi.it
you!" The soldier never stopped until
ho reached his friends, who, of course,
relieved him from his pursuer t iih the
aid of the butt of a musket. Who re
moved the hook with the cod lino at
tached from the mouth of the unfortu
nate gander still remains a mystery, but
several witnesses say it was there all the
same. Lewiston Journal.
A Violet Luncheon.
Here i9 the description in a London
newspaper of a violet luncheon given by
a Chicago girl to her girl friends: "The
itinchton consisted of ten courses served
by a caterer. The menu was matchless.
The Chicago people live well. There
was a long, flat, narrow mirror down the
table, surrounded by a border i f blue
and white violets edged with a fringe of
maiden hair ferns. Tho corners of the
cloth were tied with white and violet
satin ribbon. The young hostess (whose
mother did not appear) wore white cash
.iifre with cuffs and -ollar of violet vel
vet, and she carried a white lace fan cn
which wr.3 painted violets. By the plate
of each guest was a small gilded wicker
basket filled with violets white arid Lle.
A string band, harp, and violins, played
softly while the girl guest3 ate and laugh
ed and chatted." Detroit Free l'ress.
Two ru;j Stories,
My wife was followed a tew days ago.
while going through a new house, by
our bull terrier pug and by u collie dog.
Mug, the pug, became frantic when he
was unable to climb a high step The
;ollie was deeply troubled, but in a few
moments lifted Mug up the step by the
nape of his neck.
For a, number of years my father in tide
western trips of several weeks' duration.
Uis dog Jack would in variably meet
him, at the. station on his return. The
mystery to us was how the dog could
tell of his arrival, unless, indeed, ha
wi.lerstood our talk of the day liefeire.
Ou tne TMgo of aj IZsj.l.n.u.
A doctor happened to be teliing his
family of an amusing scene he had wit
nessed at a patient's house during the
lay. "Mr. Brown," said the doctor,
"was not seriously ill, but his w ife really
made matters worse and herself supreme
ly ridiculous by rushing iu and out like
a wet hen." The doctor's son, Bob, a
very blight boy of six, was present when
hii father &u$ ibis, and treasuied his
words. A day or two afterwards Mrs.
Broivn called on the doctor's family,
and when Bob came into the room he sat
down on a stool and fixed his eyes on the
visitor. By and by ho asked very serious
ly, "Mrs. Brown, do you know anything
about a wet hen?" Of course tb,& implied
n the negative, and ISob'o race assumed
a very puzzled- expression. After c
brief pause licrri'ula to lus sicters Bob
Laid: " Weli, it seeni3 to me you ought
to." -Pittsburg- Dispatch.
City Niece tin teaibi -'
Country Aunt--What's up?
City Niece Oh. ( vih eould, c-xpiessiny
Country Aupt Goshl you city gii U beat
oiel What do you want to express yourself
for? Take a train if y&u. flaut ta any
where. The Fpocb..
Itoow for Improvement.
There is scarcely a position in which any
Ru2j can find himself where ha canuot dis
cover some- necessity for an inven ticU ho.
prove. aent. Iu rrar homes, our stoi cs, cr
streets, our parks, our carrinc;, in cur
chin-Hies, theatre. ;.ui.!it.- iillls. ia all places
v, her j wo work or rc'rcr.tu thsre c.r condi
tions cr things tim nssd e&iuts.
NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAI LY
Complete in all departments. Iluinkouie lim.
of Xeopolitan ami pat tern
MATS. kl EBONS. PLUMES, CoLLMkS
CUFFS BELTS GLuVFS
FUNS . HANDKERCHIEFS SASH RIBBuN.
We ronliallv invite ladies to rail and vl pi ; ., Ue
can ave von money. '
Moore & Studebaker.
One door west of Jin-'s lul Iiin-; store.
TWO HUNDRED THREP.
''' Com I Hou-e timid- at Vnfrd hy
That "J;. ii It v-
Tire Cunvacslng Eioanl Met Tr.l3
ISiijCV the election the people ef : 1 1 lln-
ounty I : . v been :iii.viouly v.tiuii s b-r
the re-tlii-n of the b'ilbds to Ihe oii'i.'t- of
I he County cl.-ik th.t the c in v ts-iir
board n.udit iv.'A i.- Iho (Ci. i d cant a-: s ,f
the vote of iho coiudy. The l:t of the
precincts l.i. iiifl.t in th- ir vot -s I...I ty
Hud the hitui, t onip.ist (1 of I 'le. k 'i itt ii
field, tr-phn O.ioii. of Vi'f ia -r Water,
and J. Vv'. Johnson, ,f tins -it y in t in
in the sheriff's ofii e f o r unv lhc v-te of
the com, t v. The iidlnw inr i- i! (
hs counted by the l.o:od-
i jsr-i i..e is. T-r,K . (. ,:;..T
Center ... (i U4
Elm wood n r-j
Eight Mile Oiove. ... 1 "i: r,i
Gn en v.'o d 5'i l ,()
Louisville f.t'I i .".?
Libel ty 20 30
Mt. Pleasant ri i ;i
Pluttsinontli Vol s
FUUCrefk ? jig
Bock ifiufts rjc (ii
South Ben ri L'l 101
Stove Creek 1 271
Tipton 0 21 ii
Weeping Water city, n 4J
pre.. 0 -jK.(
Pbitfeinouth 1st ward o'-'l 1
I'nd " 5 Ft . a
'3rd " ffi 1
4 th " r.ty-t 0
oth " 0
Total a,0T.-j ?.,'.'.'
Mnjoiity: For 201.
Heve'i ue E p t i 1 1 1 a t e ,
We. your loiun.'-e coniiiiittee, respo t ful
ly report l;e following estimate of moni.-s
which will lie opccei-sary to pay iu tercet,
debts and current expen;e for tlie tn-.i'-ing
dsCmI year towil-
Mayor aucl t'onncii
City t')e,u City Tteys.jtvi jx.o .
EoaI'd Public Weii: -
i y Air n.ey
hoarding City I'tl-o-im
B & M U K. B. ieli
fticets, tiiadiiir and liiideing
Fire Hydrants Kental
Ke;u t.in iienit.diiitJ Btiud i
ttiyti Sohonl '..-inds
lurm Water Sewwaiie Bm ie
Ititci'rei t on Pjvii!i; tieli.lS
h itetind s,te
rias and Lighiiii
:i r, u
lie-vc-nue for the ft seal year as repoitri.1
by the t sty Tresurer to June 1, F O.
. A. S.u.prrny,
C mmittee, - F. McCam.ax,
I J. I. Si ii' son.
l'tolital.le tuipt.yiueiit" Fraud.
There is au increasingly largo class of oper
atoit. who livo a:id wax fat on riiouty v
taine.J by hoklia. out fraudulent prospects
of permaueut auJ profitabVa fcuiployiiieii'.
It is a heartless swindle, its victims leiii
mostly l-.or;e;t, well meaning p'-rsons whoci.it
ill spare iho surtis thus wheedled from them
Tho circulars and advertisements of some of
these fehai'fc-, are got up in a style to deceive
lha very elect A party in the province of
Quebec forwards one which he iw,-jtl
It is in the form of a carefully drawn docu
meat, with broad seals appended- The party
of the first pai t it life seivifcr) purports to con
tract for tttt jear' ser.ice3 of the person
to Ri.ji. it is t-c-ut, the rate of corn pvnsat ion
being liberal at first, and increasing yearly
TLfc traveling expenses, to the extent of ( 4 a
day, are al to be provided for. '1 he service
to be render-vJ ji to is-U books and ink.
A', f.jfU gl:.ic this looks like an offer of
tiOiot &hie; ami prufitablo employment. But
it ia specially stipulated that the party of the
second part (the agent) thall within u speci
tied tia-ni after the receipt of the-circulate
b-'ind i'o "a payiiiu'.t for the samples.'" Thcrt
ar tr.snj other schemes of similar character,
romc of them even more enticing. One of
them otters large pay for merely tacking up
cards and positrs in one's own vicinity, and
goin ovur the ground with a horse and
bujgy often enough to replace damaged
cat Js Dut the prerequisite is that the person
to be so employed shall send four dollars, and
afterward testimonials from two resident icf
hi3 own county in favor of the articjeiadver
tised The country is flooded ith the circu
lars and a.lvertisHrucxs of these schsms.
If one per&.i-i n fifty who receive them 'Werts
g,VU. oinpi jytr.ent at the salaries named, it
would require a surplus larger than that in
tl.j United 6:ates treasury to. PXJ tiem. It
is easy to compute; ti.e chance.s each ona has
of finding tho promised employment 'Aracr
irari A iculturist.
ror "ruri-.lnwn," riV t.ihtatr..i an.! ovi t wot ke 1
women, ir. 1'ierne 8 Favorite I'i-hciiiioii i
tho Lest (it all rei-torative tonn-H. It id a potent
fiecillo for all thone Chronto Wcakm ss. h und
Iiiseases peculiar to W'otiien: a powei lul, gi-ii-eral
an well hh nlerine, t.niiR tttiil nervine, it
lnipHrlrt vltfor anrl t-ti enirtli to the irlmli: tjvsteni.
It promptly cures weak urn ol Htimiiteii, tuiiio. ji,
IrubffPHlion, tiloiitinr, weak Lack, nervous pros
tration, l( hili ty unci fcli'cpli'H.snf us, 1:1 cu Ik r s x.
It is eitrefully compounded hy hii i-xpcrienccd
Vhsician, aud adapted to vvonuin s dclinit
oruHin.iitir.n. Vurclv vept tahle ami perfectly
tiuriiili'Ks in any eonililinn ;l the nnirnt.
" lavot llu I'rCHcrlp-
nnfUTrn I " is tho finly meiliciii'j
nilarllt-U.l tor women, -f.ld nv oiukmii.
n it.l it H itoi.il I to Kiiar
anleo fif paiFfarinin in every case, or prtoo
(tlefi) refunded. This rrtiarunter- has heen
printed on tin; bottle-wrapper, and laul.fully
carried out for rrwitiy years.
For larp;. illustrated 'I'rean'pe fin Dlstn of
I W'nmrn tlml pajreft, with lull directiDiis for
. bome-trentmr-nt), pend ten cents in stamps.
Address, Wniii.is liiscKNgAiiv MEL.1CAX.
; AjtaocLxxion. tki3 Main oircet. bullalo. H. Y.
M.'.MIc.'.CTUItl.H OK AI.'O
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
UK.vi.ri! in inv
Choicest Krarnls of Cigars,
Flor do Papperbcrgo' antl 'Buds
FULL I Hi K OK
TflMACCO AND .'iMOL'EH:',' AHTffl.Fii
aiwuys iu stock. Mo v. -ft. lfiS.
Vanillic i- nilppci at Hliei v. iitui Vi.
Plenty of feed, rl.ur, gi'tlotin arnl
iiicul at lleisi I s mill, ft
The Vmt liovv, twdy r ; (( at
MoiikH cn I lot on Mitt hu; j I t. foi ' ale
on i:sy payment';: criipiir at JoifSso:;
Bltf r I htl d watt tore. tl
Mil. buds Klieiiln-il ic Hyi lie r.n.f i'bt-)-t
rs are- pi t scribed by the bvtding phyd
rans of Michigan, its hwii.e- slate, and are
remidies of nii.',ta;i i ineiils fr r Ititeu
ui itisiii, biji.d ili-i,:d. r and liver nnd
I'iditcy c'jiiipl.-.itit. It rntiH:, hen.- with
the liigh'-st f ndoi heiiii nts an 1 rccorm-u-dations
ar: to it-' mutative vii liie.
.!;...l by F. (i. Fli. he &. Co.
NO SMOKf Oft SMELL
ijiiJ n-i el 'lat JohtiiMin iltun.
Call ami si cffiim. Tlirv will
tint t V jfi.
Tili.-uniati' in h ciiiea ly Ilibbanl's
Itheiltnatir :yruj ittil.in at the - eat of
the di .ea';e ar."t ri-tmiiitV kidneys and
li vr to h.-dthv iu tiou. Il'fu!:en a puffi-
i. iit time to tho, -Highly r-radicate ruch
poison, it never fih. llnl by F. i.
Frirke A: Co.
J- sr ar-R
FirryDullari in fUmii T.isIi
To he o-iveii away by tj. E.
Wodi-ntt, tliy Ho.;-; Cl.dliior.
Ivicli dollar's v . rth d' (h-,i
llOllgllt I'lMIH H! f jf ffJllt itoc.:
entitles thf puichit-r r fn oi;f- cliance
to dia-.v tl.ii GRAND PRIZE.
Di'tiv. inj tal:e pine; October
16tl, lbhi. Thr ia..iicv ii on
Exliibitiop. Sti our r-liuw window.
(hir ?i r l: i- co!ii!clc. We
carry mily lciiMe 'food--. t-t-U
at the h.xvest h. ttoui tiurej have
strictly one price and no JMoiikcv
business. C. . VF.frr,
The Boss Clothier
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