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Wt! will have with us a ipeIl artia
tin representative ol one of the largest
xelvuive tailoring houaei of tbli
nountrv whoa we will show all that's
v nwncl nobbv in the way ol spriDR
.- fabrics to make Spring Suits and
Owcoati at most reasonable prices
920 to S40
Would be pleased to have you eome
in and see the new models and lsarn
rill about good clothing of merit. It
will pay you just to look,
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
RAIN THIS MORNING;
TAIR AND COLDER.
JUDGE RICE AT GOVERNOR'S
County Judge nico wn among the
numbar who attended the liousowarm
ing of the Governor's now mansion nt
Frankfort, instead of being in Cincin
nati, ns renQrtod in Tueesduy's Ledger
ile says it is a hnndsome and imposing
building nnil does credit to the Com
monwealth of Kentucky. Tli0 assem
blage was composed of the beauty and
chivalry of tho State.
EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL
, Tho Kpwortli League ot the Third
Street M. 13. Church will entertain
with a unique social next Wednesday
(evening. Invitations arc being dis
tributed today by the young folks to
all members and fneuds of the church.
A fine program is being prepared, a
special feature of which will be an ev
bibition of a sories of fine pictures
an nrt exhibit such as one sees only
once in a life time. Make youi plans
Misses Minna Hiedlc, Ilattie and
Minna Gray, and Mr. W. Ross Dunn at
tended tho teachers' meeting in Ripley
Misses Mabel Scott and Blanche Bu
chanan, two of the township's success
ful teachers, attended the teaclieis'
meeting in Ripley last Saturday.
Mnysvillo'a new Chief of Police, .las.
Mackey, is ridding that city of its
Ctptnin William Clcphano resumed
bis duties on the ferry Laurance last
Saturday, after three weeks illness.
Mr. M. O. Ellis, of Mt. Vernon, Va.,
is visiting relatives and friends here.
He is the same old Milburn, and his
hosts of friends here in his old home
town aro glad to see him.
Tho now home of Joo Cooper in the
Gertn neighborhood is one of tho best
and handsomest residences in Hunting
ton township. It is modem in every
particular, and Mr. Cooper eertniny has
n home to be proud of.
THREE CITY BLOCKS BURNED
Conflagration at Ft. Worth, Texas, De
stroys G.000 Bales of Cotton.
Vl. Worth. Texas. Fire which lor a
timo threatened to spread over a (
tion of the city, owing to a still wind,
destroyed 0,000 b.iles of cotton, tho
compress ot tiio it. orin v-oiiiieii
Company and 2 houses held.
Three blocks wore burned and the loss
mounted to $000,000, of which $.j."j0,
000 wns suffered by the Compress Com
The lire is believed to have boon caus
ed by a spark from a locomotive
From Ohio Moving to Mays-
viile Market Big Prices
(Aberdeen Gretna Green.)
Will Hnrover, of near .North Libcity,
passed through town Moudny with his
tobacco on his way to the Maysville
."loo II, Low, one of Adams County's
(substantial farmers, sold his tobacco on
the Mays-ville market this week, and
secured a good price.
Mr, Black, of near North Liberty,
nold ids crop of tobacco on tho Mays
villo markot Tuesday t an average of
Gcorgo Schiekner nnd sons sold their
crop of tobacco of 1 1,000 pounds nt an
average of fclS.o'O. The Messrs. Schiek
ner nro first-chiBs tobacco handlers nnd
always get tho best prices
, U. C. Bradford and Charles Fulton
delivered their lino crop or tobacco to
Maysville- dealers Wednesday. Tho
gontlemen received tho fincy price of
$23 per hundred, the highest of tho
Mr. Darius Scott sold his tobacco on
the Mnysvillo market at a good price,
one crop averaging $10.50 and tho other
$10.25. Mr. Scott always gots the top
mt Colored gitizeNi
Bethel Baptist Church.
Punday School nt 0:30 a. jii.
Pnator will preach morning and oven
a)i at tho usual hour.
Morning wubjoct: "Tho Vow Birth."
Kvoning subject: "Japtha's Hash
.p. Y. P. h from 0 to 7:30 p. in.'
XI A'l ate Invited to these sorvices.
l ! ! I I $I 4 I i "h l ! "M
.j. onunon NOTES.
Washington Presbyterian Church.
llogulnr services Sunday afternoon nt
2:30 o'clock, everybody made welcome
'tu theso services.
Second M. E. Church South.'
Tliero will bo preaching ai usually
by tho pastor.
'Sunday School at 0::i0. .lames Daw
Kpwortli League nt 0:10. ,
J. W. SIMPSON, Pastor.
First Presbytorian Church.
Lord's Suppur at 10:15 a. in,
Prunehiug by pastor at 7 lym.
Sunday Scliool at 0:.'U) n. ni.
Christian Endeavor nt 0:lt" p. in.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7 p. in.
All services open to nil.
.1. I1ABBOVU, Pastor.
Central Presbyterian Church,
Sunday School PiHI) a. m. .1. B. Wood,
Supt. ' '
Preaching at 10:lii a. m. and 7 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at (! p. in. Sub
ject: "The Perils that Threaten Our
Good music. Everybody invited.
If. L. BKNN, Pastor.
Aberdeen Baptist Church.
Rev. Wilhoytc, pastor oi tho Mays
villc Baptist Cliuich, will address the
Aberdeen Baptist Sunday Scliool Sun
day afternoon, and immediately nftei
Sunday School will preach. The ser
mon is one that has attracted much nt
tentlon, "I nud a IV w Men With Me."
Everyone is invited to heal this gifted
speaker. Service begins at H o'clock.
First M. E. Church South.
Sunday School at 0:110 a. in.
Pleaching by the pastor at 10:
Epworth League at 0:1." p. m.
You are cordially invited to all of
Hovivnl soi vices will be continued
indefinitely. All invited.
M. S. CLAKK, Pastor.
Forost Avenuo M. E. Church
Regular preaching services nt the
usual hours Jjy ltov. M. A. Wnllingford.
Sunday Scliool nt 0:110 a in. tleorge
M. liai ding, Supt.
Immedintoly after Sunday School,
cl.is meeting will lie held.
The pastoi, Rev. A. P. Felts, will (111
his regular appointment at Trinity to
St. Patrick Church.
The wiutei schedule of services at the
St. P.itiick Church is as follows:
First Mass 8 n. in.
Sunday School immediately follows
Second Mass 10 a. in.
Vespcis, followed by benediction ot
the Most Blessed Sacrament II p. in.
Tho sciiuou at both Masses will he
on the Gospel assigned by the Church
for the day.
Third Street M. E. Church
Sei vices tomorrow as usual. The pas
tor will preach at 10:1 -1 a. in. and 7 p. in.
Sunday School at d'.'M a. in. The
Sunday School is growing and get
ting better each Sunday. You will
want to be there tomorrow to se6 the
result of the second mouth's special
Kpwortli League devotional service at
0: 1.1 p. in. led by Frank Nnsh.
A most cordial invitation is extended
to everyone to attend nil these ser
vices. Strnngeis welcome. Come and
worship with us and we will do thee
. .1. M. LITLRVL, Pastor.
Bible School nt 0:30, Georgo H.
Fiank, Supt. Tho Men's Class, the
Piimary and Junior Departments aim
to have over fifty in their classes. Vis
it ois welcome.
.Morning church service conducted by
tho pastor. The olVering for colleges
will be received. Those having the reg
ular envelope should use the missionary
end of it for this oO'eiiug.
Kndeavor Socity at 0:1.'). The pros
blent will lead. Af least fifty-one should
be in attendance upon this seivice.
Kvening church with preaching by
the pastor. All are made welcome.
A. F. STAIIL, Pastor.
First Baptist Cluirch.
"Make (1(10(1," is tlio vital subject
for tlie innriiiii sermon, and eory
iiiember of this rburch is uigod to be
pri'sent. "Angels and Hornet"," will
in) the tlienio for the oning serviee.
.Sunday Soliool begins promptly at
!):.1U a. in. Wo liml a splendid mcIiooI
I iHt .Sunday, but it would bo greatly
improved if every absent scTiol.ir would
make it a point to bo piesont tomorrow.
Mr. Hen II. (ireenleo will have charge
of the Young People's Meeting, from
0 to 7 p. in. The life of Ann Ilassoltino,
mil tlio romantic lite of Adoniram .hid
son, will be studied. Auotliei inteiost
ing pioginm is iiMiiod. 1'iesideiit
llalduiii extends a lioait, inxitatlon
to all of tho yining ponplo nud fiienda
to enjoy this meeting with us.
Wo ae glad to see the owning ser
vices iiierciiKPd in inteiost as well as
minibpis, and no w.i?it to especially
invite visitor and thoo uithout a
church homo to worship with us.
(lood music at both sei vices
II. H. WIUIOYTH, Pastor.
.J. T0M0KB0W3 .J.
. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON.
Tho Sphere of Women.
(Lukn :l-3; n:.i7-02; 10:38-12.)
Liiko a)ono brings some of those
things to our attention. Ho finds n
place, in his Gospel of Christ to toll
what women did, He was not a suf
fragist, yet ho might havo boon one
hnd there boon sufliugcttcs presenting
their muse to him. Doubtless some
women think tlmy aro doiug a groat
horvieo to Immunity when thoy press
the claims of their cistern for a voto.
And inn; ho our Mason County suffra
gettes think thoir task is so gront they
are excused from doing any very ne
tlvo work in tho church Itself. Woiiiqu
have dono so much and nr,o doing so
much in muiutainlng tho church that
ovon a KUL'L'cstion of their not doliiR
Iho seems out of dacc. To provo this
stop into any church in Maysviiio next
Sunday nnd seo which numbers the most
men or women. Hut what wo nro
drlvliijr, nt in tills paragraph is that
somo women who .count themselves ro
Ilgious or Ohristiaus havo so mnuy other
things take their timo they linyo no
time for t,he church Itself.
In this le8oa 'ijUcso women, Hary,
THE LIVING PICTURE
is our idea of a successful
portrait. This means a study
of tho character and mood of
tho sitter as well us of sa
liont features and tho facili
ties for interpreting them.
Our studio equipment is up -
to-dato, and tho entire studio
surroundings are designed to
put the sitter nt case, enab
ling us to catch tho living,
natural, everyday expression
If thin is your idea of a
portrait, you will appreciate
The Photographer in Your Town
Joanna nnd Susanna, and ninny others,
nctually supported tho causo while
lesus was training his disciples for
their work. They gave of their sub
stance. Oh, they could have said: "Let
the men do this. It is their work,
etc.,' and then have given themselves
to society or other claims. Of course,
it is men's work to pay bills, but that
never relieves tho women of their share
of the support. God bless tho Ladies I
A I.I m,.,.l,.:., nn.l fl... Tlnrnns UnM.lln.
..... u.,......"! ...... i.. i- ..I..V.1-1 i.
for the support they have given the
clnuch in the past Theio are several
live societies in this county but nil of
them could llnd uoik for the other
women who do not now comp. Do not
think you are above such service.
Jo.itiiia found time for and pleasure in
the service she tendered. These women
cousideiod the siippoit of Christ and
his cause of the gic.itest importanco
and when We come to view it that way,
the church will not go limping along
t'nr lack of support in u city like Mays
illo where them are society women
enough to suppoit a Charity Ball or
icceptioiw which cost both thosu who
go and those who glvo It more than
these sanio women give lor the cause
ol Christ for a whole year. Some things
iimv be alright in themselves, but when
(lies1 thiol's iiinUe the cliuich take a
second place they me wioug.
The last section of the lesson con
titists Martha's and Mary's attitude to
ward Chi 1st. It is not only seivice of
the hands and pocket book Jesus asks
of women but sciice of the head and
What a power woman has been in the
past, is now uimi always win upi uui,
we can scaicely icalio what wonderful
piogiois towaids lighteoiistiess this old
world would have inndo li'id there been
ii. ore Man's, who in devotrbn, sat at the
teet of .lesus to learn His spirit and
His will. In any church in this county
ou will find five Marthas to one Mnrj
The etra cooking, the cUra housework
and the extras demanded by society
will not lie remembered long by those
for whom it is done or by whom it is
done, but the spirit of worship leceued
by doing Mnry's part will continue in
its influence forever.
Muy the tune come when Mason Conn
tv has more Marys than Marthas in
their view of Christ and His church.
Some men imagine tlic are polished
when they are merely slippery
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned nt
0 o'clock by the F. L. Manchester Pro
Hens and sprmgeis He
( lid roosters Oe.
Ciiiciuiiati, .liinii.iry '23. Hog rccotith
lol!; market steadv; pigs and lights, i
t(.0().S..-(). Cattle receipts 70; mar
ket steady and strong; calves nctno
and strong. Hheep receipts '2'.)'2; mar
kot steady laiiibs dull.
llutter stead v, eggs easv, juiuio firsts,
3:: ,.'..-j fiists,' XiMic; 'llrstH, 'MU
:i'J',. ; seconds, :10c. Poultry linn, sjiring
eis, l."i17c; hens, i:tl.'IV(i' turkovs
Wheat easy, USOO'jrj com steady,
;S(7(-lflo; o.its easy, .OD10.e, ryu
Mn FJflhi On Tltelr
pretty euro to be a poor fighter. It is difficult
ulmost impossible for anyone, man or woman.
ti aigeBuon is poor, 10 bucccuu in uuBiness or
socially or to enjoy life. In tablet or liquid form
Golden Medical Discovery
helps weak stomachs to strong, healthy action
helps them to digest tlio food that makes the good,
rich, red blood which nourishes tho entire body.
This vegetable remedy, to a great extent, puts
the liver into activity oils the machinery of
the human system so that those who spend their working hours at the desk,
behind the counter, or in the home are rejuvenated into vigorous health.
Ilai bnosht relief to many thouaand
rUloyc you and doubtleis reitore to you
jeatt too owe It to yourself to kIvb It a trial. Sold by Medicine Dealen or aend GOefor
trial box of TabloU-Or. 1'ierce'a Invalidi' Uotelfi Surgical InaUtute, Uuffalo.N.Y.
You n havt Dr. fliret'f Cemmon Ssnst
a Jhi"jL mJLm
We will be unloading a car of nice White Oats until Saturday nvo
ning. Special prico for OASII if you come to the car after them,
l'ut up In five bushel sacks.
RLinSTS BROS. PHONE 191
TI1020 who sold part or all of their crop with ns will tell you that they got th.i
highest prico on tho Maysville Markot at tho
Our entire experienced foico is exerting every effort in ypur behalf all
Our sorters grade your tobacco to the best possible advantage.
Our Sales Manager is a Judge of tobacco values, and can, therefore.
tot yon tho "top of tho market". Tobacco must soil for Its full value
nn our floor.
Our Auctioneer has your interests before him from start to finish and
lie will get y oil, all there is lu it HE KNOWS NO FAVORITES,
All sellers are treated alike. and are given a square, deal.
We have no dissatisfied customers. If you try us with a load you will
rce that It Is to your advantago to sell tho balance of your crop with
The Independent LqOsc Leaf Tobacco Co
f -WM, QROPPlKlAOMItJt, Manager
i Iimwwihi. mj i wiiifiiiyi t, i
Mrs. Salile, Wilkes, Miss Plioobo Mar
shall and Mrs. John Pyles of tho coun
ty, wore visitors fit the Greenwood Ll
MISSIONARY TO TRAVEL TIBET
JKontucki.in and Family to bo "Living
j Link" Between Churches.
Carlisle, Ky, January 22. For n long
journey of 1(5,01)0 miles by steamer,
househunt, on donkoys in sedan chairs
snd afoot tho Rev. .lames C. Odgcu,
.Mrs. Ogden and children, of Nicholas
County, sailed from San Francisco to
day for Itatang, Tibet, where- they will
he tlij "living link'' missionaries of
tho Christian churches of Nicholas
100 JIMTAI-t, nan.
The readers ot ttiit paper will be pleaied to
oldnce haj been able to cure lu all Ita linden, and
tbatli Catarrh. Hall'i Catatrn Cure U the onlj
poiltlvJmire now known to the medlo&Hraternlty.
Catartb belnK a ooiittttutloiial diieatd,requlrni a
oonitltutlonaltreatment. llaU'iGat&rr Jreli
taken Internally, acting directly upon lie blood
and mucoui lurfaoei ot the lyitem, thereby de
stroying thetoundatlonot UieclUfMe.audKlvlng
tbepatlentitrenKtb by building uptbeoouiUtu
tlonandnulstlng nature lu doing It work. Tbi
proprietors have in rouoh (altb lu Its ouratlre
powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars tcr
anyoasetbatlttalls tooure. Sendlorllstottei-
Address P. J. CllENKV&CO.,Toledo,0
Bold by KllUrugglits, 75o.
No, 1 Special.
A 30c value Roasted Colfea for 25c,
Try a pound and be convincod.
No. 2 Spec'al.
Two cans Red Salmon 25c
No. 3 Special.
Two cans 15c Peas 25c
No. 4 Special.
Prunos, 50-60 size, per pound, 10c
No. 5 Special.
Two cans California Peachos . 25c
No. 6 Special.
Two cans California Asparagus 25c
These prices aro good until
J. 0. CABLISH
School for Teachers
(iur.M lvllnf (.1 Kl.mrnl.ry
ln(rlunllU.lil IUv SUtr C r
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tuttorlM n.w mn.ni. lto.il tiw bi.nu.ttr.Iiiliic bdil.ttnjt
rr ll 1 h,.ol 4l..firn.Dlof.lhullur, m .lUlnl.i
,wni..ilum. Koiiifllo S lrt ,"' f !' S P
mt f r. Sn I T tn VmiiI " Toll I Term J.nu rr
?, Kii.llh T iuH.rll. Kumuitf ScUol u, Juo. It,
C,lbiJt lie. .... . .
.1 Hi cnAHlIK, I'rc-ldcnt. ,
everr year for otct forty yean.
your former health and utrenirtb.
Midlca! Mvlttr f 100C Pafcs (er Sis.
vljCa. JL 1
Formerly of the Farmers Warehouse.
i raxei s
WWfffflWS I RICHMOND. KY.
WmT V I'JBl A Training
WPuSJtv UI 4
g Savings Company's
S Money Club
j Be Open
S Tor Membership
! 0,NE MORE
(Itr hiaillngt "Jtelj
tt'nntnl "Lost" an.1 "und," ami not ejcrrdlng
Ihrrt It'ut i i Unptfi, are FJittt! to alt.
".Vo Iliinlmsui AilrrrtUrmrnU InMirUHl
aniwrn tall In nmr 11 flrtt time, ue Inillr at
miimtfpttUliinn at are tifcrssiryto tffumcliat vou
iilrtrtur for. We with adifrtttrrt to ret that the
rr lint Imitating on tit by utlng ourrre tvlumnt.
BtfAihrrttiert Ml'HTurtiftA tvpy.tihkh ran be
'rfl at th ajlee or in) by mall.
TJIX PUBLIC LJCnaKB,
JVo. lQal Third Street.
so that total of each will bo 15. To tho
two XttARHST correct answers will bo
gixi'ii one lot frco at Somersvillo, N. .1.
t ontest closes .ran. 31. JAMES REAL
TY CO., 2095 Webster Ave, N. Y City
WXTHD Washing I want to tnko
111 washing. Call ut my homo in
St e ens' alloy, Sixth Ward. Eliza
beth William. 20 Ot
WANTED Washing to do at home''
back of Homo Warehouse
WANTED A good homo for a bad boy.
C. P. Taylor. jal9-tf
WANTED Diuing room girl. Apply
at 214 Sutton street.
SALESMEN WANTED $75.00 per
mouth and all expenses to bogin. Ex
perience not absolutely necessary.
Take orders from dealers for Cigar
ettes; Cigars; SljCC; Smoking and
Cbowing tobaccos. PENN COM
PANY, Station O New York. 2m-dl2
I'Olt 11 KNT Dwelling just vacated by
.Mr, llarvoy Dnrruiii. Apply to Mrs.
I'Olt KENT Hooiih, furnishod or un
furnished; with g.is and water. Ad
ilieiB Mrn. I!io O.irr, Il.tst Socond
I'Olt KENT a room cottages uud 0
r(iom flats, new, neaf, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot nud cold water, one
floor, tho nemo of economy, comfort
nud convenience. Excellent location,
1'uiirtli uud Plum .street. J. M.
('. '1 IViirr '& Oil's grocery, oppo
site' (VtlmliL' I'liuieb. Mrs. Ilosa
rOU SALE-Two bolsters and four pil
lows, bed quilts aud one small rug.
Apply to -.1-' Llmestouo street. 23-Ot
fJ.IO CASH, tho remainder to bo paid
ns rent, buys ono of tlio best busi
ness and dwolling houses in Mays
lick. For particulars address, Mrs.
M. J. HENItY, 307 Uoso street, Lox-
I'Olt SALE Folding go-cart; good as
new, rubbor-tired. Apply to Mrs. O.
J. Womblo, 139 West Second street.
BAKBEB FIXTUHES FOB SALE
Tbrco chairs, stauds, mirrors, cases,
etc. Will dispose of same at a bar
gain. Cuinploto outfit for 3-chalr
shop. McQUIBE & MAOICEY, at
Nash's old stand, Market St., Mnys
villo, Ky. j8-tf
LOST Hickory cano in somo business
liouso lu Maysviiio about January 1.
Howard if roturnod to D. P. Glascock,
i!2 Kast Fourth street.
LOST 20 bill between Iho -Uontgom-ory
hotel and corndr Market nnd
Front street1, Wednesday. Boward
if roturnod to Mrs. E. 9. Montgomery.
LOST Silver pin, bstwoou Mra R. B.
Owess' and Mrs. Bon Poyntz'i
Please return to tbi offlco.
Best Goods at Reduced Price.
Drees Goods lower than ever before, The new tariff and
rlearancQ sale make It possible to offor you Wool and Silk Dress
Uoods at prices novor so low.
Muslins of all kinds are cheaper today than they will bo
for a long time, Buy now.
Special 100 Sheets
At 59c Bach
Tho muslin is worth 00c. Limited sale.
Turkish Towels at 10c are quite a bargain.
TurkiBh Towels at L'Co are extra large nnd heavy.
You will find many bargains hero.
Already new spring goods urn roming in. 8ee thpm.
E 911 nnri Q1Q U
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going io
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We merely were closing out
nn extra line of Gas Slovos.
Come nnd see our unrivaled
toods and judge for youraell'.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
' PLUMBING CO.
116 Sutton Street.
The Wright Way
to Smoke Meat.
By using the Wright Way of
curing meat you can have
the best meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The Wright Way is to use
Wright's Ham Pickle for
making sugar-cured meat and
then smoke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN C. PECOR
t Leave. Arrive
t5M0 a m.t8:ri pm
Jl:lbpm... J9 MUm
U. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sobeduls effective No.
30.1B1:). Subject to change
tTRAIN8 LKAVK MAYSVILLE, KV.
6:W a.m., 9:3$ a.m..
1M0 p. m., 8:ft p. m.,
10:39 p.m. dally.
9:'Jtl. va., 5:i p. tn.,
7 .V) p. iiL.week'dayi.
1:13 p.m., dally.
ft:wa. m., :l a. m.,
5:OU p.m.. daily, local.
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store is the ele
ment which gives a sign its greatest value as an
advertising medium and investment. The im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there Is business enterprise,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the Times.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
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We Are Now Ready to!
ii if 11 I , Ml B ft. 111
IBB aw aa as awHsa w an
Give You Our Service !
To us service moans this: To soli only
the best merchandise to bo had; to givo
what you waut when you want it; to
gladly refund your money if wo fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Scliaifnor it
Marx Suit and Overcoat for tho prico
you usually pay for tho inferior kin'd.
Our stock of Shoos, Hats, Shirts and all
tho littlo accessories are soloctod with
great caro. Co mo in and test us out;
it's worth while.
jfHtTGOOD CLOTHES MAN,
SALE . . .
A DUETT CTDrr-r
And so are tho contents.
You will find our Rye Whis
ky as well as the rest of our
liquors fully bear out all
our claims of excellence,
mildness, purity and One
ilitvor. It is the best Whisky
distilled for positive purity
and bealtblulness. It causes
nn headaches, no bad after
effects. Try a bottle and you
will be convinced of its great
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