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Little Locals
Mr. and Mr? *-iu ? ? ; Martin "l
Chit-ago. aad ati - ?>? ssalsaasaia,
M -?ni l>.
Kellry, at ? hYlreat."
Mi. W i .Jit in mi ran ? M ;iii**n.
?>f Weaeehtkn, Ye. who w* re cu? H
tin- be N W. T. l?
i -turned lionii-,
' Comich neat to "?'
IngtOI thin r***torali
i \ ir*l, ?>f \\ .
it." Iki tin* b?llala*' ?
.Money t<> Loan- Money tolalu! in ?my
. tit on Farm I,and
Ri \? am us ban i".
Mr and Mr? Claieu? ?? Dietrich and
M Mary Howa'll, <>f Washington, are
Tiilllaaj Mn Bonnie K Rowell
Mm \*a alter Co?, i I Wi
visiting relatives in t.>\vi:
Mr. Edward Stribling, ol
spent Christinas \aitli friend? in town.
Mr. Andren Bronddaa, ol *? ??rk. V* , i?
tin- iriH-t of Bev. .lulinti Br<
Mr Colliae Haka-man, ?>f Fort Hunt.
I 8 A . i? th?' cu??t ??t nlat:
:!n> Ih-tiy ville Millinc Company
loryoni fodderyain Price right, I
sava* you from two to four ??'lit*? per
pou nil.
M? ? ?. ,\ !.. a indria, *? ii
the sTiia-st of relativas ami friends f??r
Christmas
Pr?t. Harry Oarer, ol N ttolk. is the
truest a?f his parent?. Mr. and Mr?. J. W.
Geeer, foe the holiday?
Mr Charlea dcGntre,
has been tieltlaa; at the of lion. ?1
MeCnrmi -.k
Mr. Marshall Mi Cora
? of reletlTee here for Christ:.
When you in i '
M. l'ulliani ?V Son.
The Mi??.? Liny. Claud :.
ia'n, of Dallas, Taxas, who I
been eteltln?** at the hoeae of Mr
Mr?. .1 Bd. Oa*dea, for eonie time, left
last Friday to *.i-*it friends In
county.
M r Malcom???' Poley, of the l ni >
linaje of MetUclae, hlchmond, nrrirard
last Thur?;lay nicht to epend C
with hoeae folk*
Mr Ha'?'?, of Chart? ? Town, wi
MiHla'nt at the Y P. 1 . passed t I.:
town last Friday ?>n hil way bom?
Christinas.
h Bowen neat to :
on Tuesalay,
M?>ney to Loan ?In sun
?oiore; secured by deed of trnei on l.aal
.\-tata?
? M 11 vkui?;on. Attv.
Mr. lan?as Kerfool Bou*
Frinca-ton. has ju-' returned from a
to his irraud-father. Mr .1 F K? r:.>"t, on
B th Charch et m
- Aaate I?.??.?!, ol Proni R
wh.? enaal .??vera: dayi -vit h Mi
Mrs. .1 Bd laet weeh, bee
latamed hoeae
lla\ <
in-; at M. Pnllien ?v 6
you to look it up.
M r. C. W ? ?_;.!i !.. . : . e ;.
Iba fneet of hoaiefnlhi for Christnraee.
Mr. .Ii-tph MtOOtre, Of the l ntvi
of Virginia, te tha- gueoi of hi- pan
Hon. and Mrs A Moore. .lr.. for ten
da]
Miss laUe Cox, of Bolllaa laoUtnte,
who wee the ?: ibeili
H .re. last weeh, ha? gone to '?'?
ton to s pi-ml ihehoUde] a with homefolka
Keducti? in now until
January IS we avili *ri?re a \o \
reduction on STOVES ? and
ilispoa-t ?>ur ?to? k. I. BoWMA! i -
Whiting :
Blencowe,of Bethel Military
ere at home for the bolide}a
Mr. Leon Siht-uer went to Chorlee
Town on Toeeday.
Mr. A R. Wyinlham and da;.
.Mi?s Oretta, left yeeterdey for a visit to
Raltimaire
Mr. William Levi and children la ft for
a visit to IMiilaalt'phia on Toeed
Mr? B. Grant [lie Sbl: ton of
Caaiberlead M?l., ar. . the hoaM
of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Thompson.
Mini Shepherd, of near town, left
for Washington ?>n Toeedey to riaii
friend.?
Mr, .1 B, Brerhart, ?>f 1.aural, Md , is
tha- fneet of friend? here this weeh
M. l'ulliani and at Son have fodder
yarn at ??<- pe? pound. Try it
Mlee Naaale MoOolre lefi la?t i
day for Richmond, where ???.- v\i.i rleil
relativa-s for BOTeial w <
Mr. Frank Loothaa, of tha- Dooaldeon
Sihool for Hoys, at Foin?, ?.a, i? the
guest ?>f h i?, mother, Mr? Ellen Lonthan
for the boUda
Mr Philip H.Power?, Jr., of the V. P. I.
Blaehebnrg, is at the Luteneof hlspareaui
for the holidays
Mr Ployd Oarer, of Nea York, i? tin
B?aanl of hi.? parents in town
Professor W?iner (?a\?:, ol Clifton
Foil??', Va., le the goeet of Mr. ?nd Mrs.
James V\'. (iaver. for t??? bolldt
BALE8MB1N WAfTl B? to I? h eftei
our latareel i'. end edj
counties. ?Salary or Coniiiii?.?i<?n Ad
dra>? The \'i?-tor <?? Company, (leve
land,O.
Alaster Arthur Wartbcn, of
lloyai. spenl la?t Tbnndey In town.
Netii? Gold, of Flagerstown, i? a
guest at the home ol Mr ThOS, H I
near Ion ?
Measi? .John II Moor.' and .1. K.
Elder, Jr , of the S V \ , Wim h. -ter,
are the i;u?*.-?-? ??f bomefolka for th?
holidays
Mia? Marl?- Crow, w ho hm l?e?n Ipoad
ing several mouth-? in ! altimon, la th?'
guest of relativa? and fri?n!s in tow |
Have you exaiui.ied the line qaalltlee
of Adrian wire fanning at M. Pulliam ?V
Bon'a? Loo'- at It and !>?? coarlaad that
It is the hast fen?*.- on tin- market f?>r the
money. If y< u '.vaut to s?e a fair ?ampie
of It atretclicd, pay a \ i-.it lo the Castle
man's Ferry Uiid?*?- and .????? how well it
looks.
Sbeep for Sale
About tiii.v s?'!oet<'il>ouutfew.ea,
I wo bucks. Apply to this office.
Order o? Publication.
?an
John Jaekson. T: Cburv-h, tuid I
? I ("liuri'b
\ W M. l>..n.*al.l ?:>.! ? li
?
. IVfrnal
. IN K..T1 ' *?
? h the
?st-atc l.satasl ?>n Riaf xv.A
-
whic*h *a?j?
? H II ?xwell, an?!
I al a'hura'U
i make
ch en>
ainotii
->Vt>l?*d
?.he a'??l?? ot Virginia.
tnrni
.
f the St at?'
re ??r-der*??! that
? - - ;i, Tni*?t?*e of M K.
? ?. Moll C. H M
?aii.'ii.
?
?
\ ?
?KMHK ?
;i R Kami, It. T. i i >?? ? urn i' B.
ts
CINNAMON TREE BARK.
It Curls Up into QuiUs When Oried In
the Sun.
The cinnamon tree grown to e height
iwi?tity t.? thirty teat :iu?l is
een Inchee In fehl
from f??ur t?>
n, oral shaped and
ami h f?bree peinctpal aerri
I mach lik?'
1'iiium 0? M'itlful
gray on the outside und a light
be inside. The fruit is :?
?'.taped ?Imp??, and wha'ii
? juite br*
:. the l?:irk of the ?Inna
Ineble. Tha?
fr-'in the island
? V'f
lemon hi
ril and tha? last hi N??va*m
?f thre?' tO live
.?will jir?' cut down, and the
?
.i tin- berk la p length*
. ,.
i ed.
The - pln<*ed in
liy, and a*? they i
up Into
be cinnanrton
?ii*>
wh noa?
KB tO
? .1 effect
'.
: the nh. . t?e?i np la
bundli
? ? -?
? poarder
la aee
r. one
?r. than v.
A LESSON FOR HIS WIFE.
The Husband Found That He, Toe, Had
Something to Learn.
All P I en adventure
? i? r line vvhi
enrred ?h?? other da* | alra
author o eil known li
H?- end part of the
honey : : -:luni.
While there tin- bride trae very anx?
ious t. l.uv lace, wb bnen
er in Belgium than it is i:, Prance. Bai
the hi 1 to amng
the |a
'aminstloa was
.?1 at bim, and
in the train she said. -I em quit?' enre
that 1 COU .1 any
To prove lib .it and t<
auUon for the futu:.
brid?*gr?xu t vrb e of the
_^ i* i* ?- and,
Qg to hi?; w if,*. WOO free not
I think that lady has
! a sign, and ma
l rily, w as tab?
while the nnthor smok
???1 a and ? bochlod at th??
thought that the search- elUtrOnf
.a ?he bad no La ?? would cure
.11 the fll
tarn. H? d chuckling, t
w ben the custom b< ?ase up
??w. mucb obliged t.? you.
Th?' lady hail >_ i | : !i Of lace
1 her \\ .list Bnt sie ?
will pay t! Wichita E
The Ballot In Switzerland.
o the h?1!s on 8un
ih,y. in some districts the ?-l<
?ire also h< Id f..i- a few hours un Sat?
urday i in a few of th?. can?
tons *. obligatory, and returns
of fro it of the voting
population ere the r? suit i
tory measure i?. however, not
onsly small tin?-? ere hn>
il .'ld.-oiiati' e\el:
nonatteiid.
Inclod? in the family, i
Ing, absence nom the city, a birth in
the family and, in St. ?.'alien. :
aary atten? a christening by a
parent or :.t. "?Official i?:is?
llcss" is ;. ? ; ted.
Mixed Motives.
"Pew ?.. world can be
pure. Thai i> ? trouble,'* said
a leetui.r. "A clerk went Utterly ? a
?li?' beacb ?y ?lay while out on
a boll cockleebell of a
ashing boat wherein s.-m hi- employer.
As th" clerk watched with wild eyee
the little boat, now burled untler white
foam, now abootlng forward gallantly,
n??w buried again, he emanen his ba?arla
and ? \ angnlsb, 'if that
boat sin. ,? my Job.' "
-
Tibetan "Demonolatry."
Tin- religion of the Tibetans is lit
??rally saturated with demonolatry -, and
their festivals tal,?' the lor.
.< Intended to propitiate various
.' demon? Thai! ?1<'\ il
I dancea in which each parfbraaar rep
resents some particular malignant eptr
? Atreiiu'ly < lirions Wide \V??rld
! Magaatee.
Logical Inference.
"TT?llo, (?rime,: Neighbor <?f yours
gnt a new iog, ?hV"
"Doa WhyT*
"Saw that hoy Bobbie of yours going
beaae with aa <>id tin ena
string." Browning's Magazine.
On Other Nights.
Mr. Goodthlng How doeeyoni
like the ? at rin? 1 gat
Bobby? Hi r Young Rr.*iha*r Well, it's
j a Utile too small. She has an awful
. hard Bast g??ttlng It off when the oth? r
fellows call!
AMOUMEIETT.
? i ?
I hereby am
?hvtioi: a? County Tr?\i?iir? r at
<*up|?->rt.
\v \ 1.1: vi'i OKI?
ANNOUNCEMENT.
I ? thai v..ter-* of < lark? < omit y :
I hereby annoi
It??* ot! ' to t!u*
.?*. tion ol th?> l??*i: iroavry,au
fully solicit the siij>|w?ri ?>I
ro? ff.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
To tha* Voter*? otClarke a'oiinty :
I hereby announce mysell ?* ?*sui*iklate f?>r
??hvti??n to the otliiv of ?"'onuuissuoner of the
lb-venue tor Clarke county, with Mr. \l l>.
Hardeaty as i>.-?
trias 1 lo till th?'
?r one term. w?>
nient at th
?ubjcct t-< the
actloi Inmarv
i: i ii!
ANNOUNCEMENT.
IVi the Voters? ot" Clark
1 hsseby annountv myself a camlhiate fa>r
ricrof the Revenue
for a'larka? County, nitti .' mepb A Uasnnyaa
my Peputy. BUbJecl to the aetion of
? nnvratic rrimarv. an?! raapectfully
s ?licit the anpport of all 1**?m?K ?
T. It H.\i;i>K?IV
NOTICE.
I will iH'^in to ius'^vt waraghtts an?! meas
mm-enciug first week in January, 1911.
ami will continue from ?lay t?? .hay until 1
ins'xvt all Wrights and m?*asura*s in the
Town of HVrryvilie ian?t Clarke county. Va
c TBOat
Ins|?e?-t?>r "1" \*?
aira-sfort'lark?- wn
??lie.
FOR STATE SENATE.
ring tlua" Ounty'a
?r tr.un tbe
. .-f Clark?**, VI ?
tbe Pen:
'A'arri'ii ?-..'int'.
f Clarke
:..r the
?
a?f all Deniocral
CHAS B H' GHE8.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
To the v OCSra ol ? larke county:
I hereby aiiuotllice :
the position of Coinmi
? uT.ty. KUt> D ??! the
IVniocratH- Primary, and solicit the support
of ral
1 EDDY 1-IMW V
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
m?*i
- will t>*> tr.
?.?artic
?< th?
!li- etui t !:
may b***orjue a permanent
H1K y 111ST NAT?O N A1. B A N K
of Berra*ville. Va.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Ihr firm of K?t? hevit! A. Bolyard has
by mutual . 1. an.I M
yard has withdrawn from the baoin?
able t>>
wh>> will r?"a*a'i|.t for
?>il to the firm ar
? ? forward at once ami settle tli?-ir
:-artn?-r>h:p h-.isi
:ndersii*;n?sl w ill continue to con.?net
?.eral lllljllnmmt. repair and smith
. diment at the old stand, and solicits a
? .f the publk patrol;..
C. C. KERCHEYAL.
Commissioner's Notice.
Com
?'?10.
Bankh ?V Keardon. Trustees
vs.
B I.. Hr.M.k? et als.
Extra? t i- ? in above
cause at the N'ovcmlver Tar?n, t
"a?n i, where? if, the Court doth
adjudge, order, and ?lavra**?. that this cause
?
Chancery of this Court, ?ho is dir?
empli-e and r?*|?>n to the Court?
.
?: 1.. Brooks, bis share or
.. and whit i?
simple valu?- ami aim a! value.
.
belonging!? - on, her abara
:icreiii. where the same is s tuat?-d.
and what is its fas simple and annual
? and -xt?
. ins t.. Chas I. Br .1 \\ .
Brooks, infant.s. and what is it
und annual value.
4. Whetherthciiitercstsid'thesaid Infants
will be proeaotei by the sal?- of the r?-ai
estais aanutioned In the Hill ami Th
Bill, or any part tli?r?'of, and th.
of the proce*?*Bds in other property, and
whether any rights will !?> nolattra 1 j
sal??.
Wb (Venid be the heirs ?>f t!.
infant?, il'thev wire ?lead, and who are all
.1 can in any way be
tin? suit, and whether u
Iversons ur?- pauper ly basane the Court In this
ling.
??. The liens apon the said real ??tat? of
: Kotiert !.. lir.^.k**. Sadie M. Hrowii.
n. Chas. I?. Uro d
.1. W. Brooks, by whom held, their respOO
lUnta and ;>rn>ritia*s.
7 \\*heth?T saitl Real estate will la live
years rent for a aufladen! sum t > pay
. l bam end the coats ofth
11? ;! settle th<-accounts bet \ .
Bald Sadie M. Brown and Hubert I. Brooks.
and the eOBOOnta of tha* TrustseB and H<
?T?.
.di others matters a.? any party
in inten ?t may require, the sam?: being
partlnit
10. but before pro?nedu**g t?? take said
sapeountssnd make the several enquiries h? e
direct?-.!, the said Commisiionasr shall giv?
notice to all the i-artn-s t.. thin suit of Un?
tune and pla?-e <>1 executing 'his order by
publication thereof for four
in aoaaa newspaperpnblisbasd in this County.
11 And th?- Commissioner i? dire***ted t..
enquire and report what pi?operty
Brooks i.? eiititl?-d to hold as exempt under
ad of trust and nnder the law. The
<'omniissioiia-r is directed t> als.. r?'|H,rt
w hat exemption? Sadie Broa n isentJtled to.'
The parti?-.? 10 the above suit and ail parti.-?.
In internet, nill take motico, thai on the Slsl
Ib-a-a-mber. 1910, at my ollice in Berry villa-.
Va . I will pr i it.! to execute the dfe-r?*?*
enten-d in this cause by : he Circuit ?ourt of
Clarke County, on the ?'o - >i ?y of November,
IIMO, nhen and where they will attend with
their b md evidena-e,
t<> ?nable me to comply the oader of the
Court, if s.ani order is u?>t ' ??mp!?-tcd on
that day same will bsadjourned from ?lay to
day ana time to time till compl?stod.
y. B. WU1T1MO.
Comu issiouerin Chaunry foe the Clarke
Circuit Court
Blackburn ffaaith. p. Oj.
Order o? Publication.
Virginia,
At nil?-* held in the Clerk's ollice of tin
Circuit Court for the ? \ ant/ of Clarke, <>n
Mote?ay tbe 2nd day of January, 1911.
Pion Company, Complainant
T. .1 Wilson, Mud V?nate M. Wilson, |
enta.
IN CHANCKKY AM) Al ?A' UM:
In matter ??f lVtiti??n of .l.ami ? il. Bell.
The obje-1 ??f this unit is to attach a --arcel
of land belonging to tbe I >? h ml ml? (-?.ntain
! at 'A'ieklilt?-, ( lark?'
County, Virginia, and snbje t the BSfUS tO
payment of I'etit'oiier's < laim. for a?lU0 and
? and gatst rai relief.
And llidavit bavin?* be n mad?' that the
said Mile dants are not rosi lents of this
t la or-Jered that the said I ?? fendant?
do appear here aithla I Been liaysaftsrdne
puhl catkm of this order and do what i?
iie..-sary to protect ;h?-.r in*ere*;t.- in Huh
uit.
v?t?**ite:
SAM'l.M
Bi.AtkiiiKii fSMiTii, for Peti'ioncra.
BLANKETS
50c to ?$7.00
COMFORTS
75c to $2.00
Shoes for Everybody
The Famous W. B. Corsets
W. S. DIX
BERRYVILLE, VA.
MANNING'S
Warehouse
BOYCE. VA.
Representing the follow
well-known lines:
Dee ring Harvesting Machinery.
Brown Wagons and Cultivators.
Malt?a and Syracuse Flows.
Deerc Planters, Cultivator?
Loaders.
New idea Manure rs.
Empire and Ontario Drills.
Hoosier Single ?xnd Double
Planters.
Babcoek ?'?I Columbus Vehicles.
White Frost Refrigerator*;..
Hardware, Brick, Lunte, Cem
Sewer Pipe, Rot
Wc Solicit a Share of Your
Business.
Roy sto? & Brockd?iif
Contractors
AND
Builders
Cement (& Concrete
Work a. Specialty
Concrete Blocks,
Watering Troughs,
Gate Posts. Etc
Plans and Estimates Free
Dropsy
Given up by Doctor
"I had drops}-, and was told
by my family physician that
there was no chance for me. My
family also gave me up. My
limbs and body were swollen
one-third larger than natural,
water collected around my heart
and I had to be propped up in
bed to keep from smothcri:
took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
until I was entirely cured. This
was in 1902, and I am now able
to do any kind of worl:
farm. My cure was certainly
marvelous.'*
L. TURLEY CURD,
Wilmore, Ky.
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
been wonderful'. .1 in
relieving heart trou'
effect upon the hear
muscles is a great factor in
assisting nature to overcome
heart weak;
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is sold by
all druggists. If the first bottle does
not benefit, your druggist will return
your money.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In?.
Commissioner's Mil
Woraa
\ ?.
1. .1 M
Rxtrad trom
"It is ml i 1.
?
Chana*? ry ?
r. poll
I- Irai
?
ir.aJ tin- .j :
.n!. til?* li' :. held Q
m !-. Id,
amount* and priori! ?
Third, w
ami alixchai
?nit.
Ii.iirt h.
party In Int?
pi-rtiii.i.! ?
uommiaaitiner himaell
whether ?.. r*i
Bui t.. ?..; ; ??
accoont, th?
jiiil>!i.-;ii Ion Oaf tin- t me, .
he prop
publish???! f<>) f-.iii ?
I l.i- ; ? .
in inlcra-nt. %a ?11 !
31, 1910
vil'?-. Vu.. I Will pi
of Darke < "oonl |
nil" a :
alt.-:..!
th? 01
M:?-.t?-r ( '..iiiiii.
Oowrt
Blackburn Sniilh, p. q li? it
To our many friends who have
given us so generously of the
patronage during 1910 we
extend besi wishes for
a Merry Christmas and
a. Happy New Year
Our Great Piano Contest Closes
December 31 at Midnight
Simpson's Department Store
EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY
BOYCE VIRGINIA
Chas. R. Jones Co.
Real Estate & Insurance
? ?
Head 0 Bell 'Phone
The Marks Stove Store
Wishes its friends and patrons
| A MerryiChristmas
and
A Happy New Year
Everything for New Year
At The Ricamore Store
We h st put on dis]
the I a full line of Toys all irw and none left
last 3
Book New Y< leudar. Post Ca?ais and a full
HneofBnrnt Leather Novelties suitable for Ne*? Y?, i ?Presents
We invite one and all le and look over ?>nr sta>ek 1
baying. We will be pleased to show our g all whether
you buy or n
P. M. Ricamore, Mgr.
Berryville* Virginia
The New Idea Manure Spreader
- buHl I lo load, c:i*?.\ draft.
ride, alt ?prou, any
?nue distributor,
l'1'"' I are not
1 Sold by
J. E. 6> F. H. MORRIS.
Of ?
/O'
O IN Y
POLLARD ??r l*?A?tll*Y 1102 13. JM?ln St.. Rlct?mord. Va.
I
To Property Owners.
-?' and see if it needs Painting.
DonM ait for it to decay before renewing the Paint, lor many
hou* ot being Painted in time. Now is the
tndle the best Paints and. oils on the
market, which are put npbyHanline Bros. Hanline's Green
cannot be equalled for wear and hemity. We have given
Han: int five years' test, and find it the best we ean get.
We bave a full lim of Paints, Oils, Stains, and cvery
thing in the Paint nul Bntsh line, at lowest prices.
Call on
THE RICAMORE STORE
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
BERR?fVILLE, - VA.
Clearance Sale
CLOTHING
SUITS. OVERCOATS (& SINGLE: PANTs
FOR TIEIT? DAYS WE WILL REDUCE OUR STOCKS AS PRICED BLLOW
ONE* PRICE TO ALL
$22.00 Soils & Overcoats DO* $16.00 Special Lot of Rain Coats J
$20.00 "
$15.00 M "
$12.00
$10.00 " "
$8.00.
$5.00 Odd Pants Now
$4.50 Odd Pants Now
$4.00 Odd Pants Now
$3.00 Odd Pants Now
$15.00 same rate of Discount
$10.50 100 Odd Vests Were $1*)
$8.00 Now at 50cts.
$7.50 150 Khaki Pants Were
V,0| Now at 60cts.
$3.50hb Cbildren's Soils ? Overc
$3.00
$2.50
aUasH
$3
$2.50 "
at it
$3.50
$250
$200
$1.50
TERMS: CASH
W. O. Horsey (Si Co.
MEN'S TOGGERY
WINCHESTER, VA.
Free Connections
THE BELL COMPANY
CONNECTS WITH THE
Frederick and Clarke Telephone Company
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Southern Bell Telephone ?. Telegraph
Company of Virginia
T. R. BYRD. Manager.
Winchester. Vex.
OR
H. C. WARDEN.
Berrvville. V?.
R. E. L. METZ
DEALER IN
HARDWARE and GROCERIES
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PAINTS and OILS
Sole Agent for the Famous Lucas Paints?None Better
Builders' Hardware a Specialty
Quick Sales and Small Profits?Our Motto
HIGH GRADE WHISKIES
DIRECT FROM DISTILLER TO CONSUMER
AT DISTILLER'S PRICES
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YOU SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT WHEN YOU DEAL WITH US
BUY AT SAME PRICES AS RETAILERS
We prepay the expressage on all orders for One Gallon or
more of the same kind of goods
NO CHARGE FOR BOTTLES. JUGS. DEMIJOHNS. OR BOXING
We bandle everything in oar line and make a specialty of the mail-order business
SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST TODAY
The James Clark Distilling Co., d. p. McCarthy, ?gr
610 Pean. Ave. N. W., Washingtoo, D. C.

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