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A DEMONSTRATION OF SUIT
VALUE AT A GIVEN
. . w ?"tt. r.,1,!
of valueatanlvsn price. earawiiun
to leave you .lone with ;
selves and let them argue the caie with
Ve have our own Ideas atoutf 20 value
whatHumallyls. and what ll onjh to
bo. Tliat l wliv we have made Mils
week our 820 Suit Week : we want ?
eo lor yourielves Juit what wehavA
ncoompll.hed alonu the lluei of traprovid
merohandlio at the price. ,..,
Come hew with the Idea ot belnir
your own Judue and your own Jury. ou
will not b5lnt.rferedi.Ul by any ofthe
salespeople. They will simply aot ai
itoclc clerks for you, merely aulillnR you
lo the evidence deitrcd. .
Tho suit Is for J0 of your money,
and court lti all the week. ou are
summoned. Straw Hats now Mlllng.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysville's Foremost Clothiers.
The. foreign-born Inmates o( New York's
hospltala for the lonno coat that Stato ?3,
Poto Rlcan coffee grower, for the purpose
ofiecarlng tho United States .market, will, it
Is Bald, establish n roasting plant In New York.
UIssos Johanna and Margaret Simpson be
loved and oooolar residents of West Second
trAAt. thin eltv. for vears. leave today for
Covington, their native city, where they expect
to resldo henceforth, and whero the best
wishes of The Public Ledger follow them.
. . .
TWO HUNDRED SALOONS
Will Bo Closed in Upper Michigan,
Followintj Court's De
cision Two hundred Upper Peninsula saloons will
go out of business Uay 1st, aa a result of the
operation of the liquor law adopted by the
Michigan Legislature in 1909. The act pro
vides that saloons shall not exceed one to every
500 of population.
; IZSTHDAT'S OAMCS.
All games postponed, rain.
Philadelphia T, Uoiton 1.
Waihlngton 2. Now York 0.
Cleveland- St. Louli, rain,
Toledo-Milwaukee, cold weather.
Minneapolis 10, Indianapolis 0.
Kansas CltyO, Columbui 3.
Louisville S, St Paul 0.
8T1NDINO Of OLCDB,
Clubt. Won, Loil. I'cU
Rluclnnatl .- 0 3 ,7o0
Now York . 8 3 ' ,7
boston......... 0 .4 .GOO
Phloyo.. ...,... ,,...-..... 5 0 .4S5
Plttiburgh.. S 7 .417
Philadelphia J. 4 6 .400
SU Louis. 5 8 .385
brooklyn- 4 7 .365
Our colored mvan.
Dr. J. II. E. Dowen, D. D. Ph. D. of Gam
mon Theological Seminary of Atlanta, Gs.,
will lecture Wednesday, May 1st at 7 p. m. at
Scott's Chapel, M. E. Church. Subject "A
New Negro For a New Century." Aa a plat
form speaker Dr. Bowen stands at the head of
bis class. The public is cordially invited to
bear this groat leotnre. There will be a silver
offering after the lecture. All are welcome.
J. L. Frankun, Pastor.
Last week's delegate score:
31; Roosevelt 9.
Presidential preferential primary
will bo held in Massachusetts today.
" - m w
Democratic Presidential preferential
primary will bo held in Florida to
day, Raisin Day will be colobrated iu
California and all over tho country
Ceremonies commemorating Louisi
ana's centennial will take place today
. at New Oilcans.
1.11 I I. , .I.II... M
Governor McOreary pardoned A. B.
Slaughter, cashier of tho Bonnieville
Bank, sentenced to the Pen, for a year
(or false swearing.
Tho testimony to bo brought out
daring thie, the third week of the
Titanic investigation, is expected to
prove tho most startling that has yet
developed. Tho truth about tho Wide
ner dinner aboard tho steamship Ti
tanic on the night of tho disaster was
attended, it is Baid, by Captain 8mitb
and J, Bruce Irmay, Hundreds wero
drunk and enjoying a magnificent
banquet when the great ship struck,
HWJh antwtrtng advettUemtnt appearing '.tf
tetumnt of thlt paper, or wheh buy In- oodi from, t
merchant uhote advert lietnentapr.rt tnthlipejut
pur readert pre eepettally reqvetled to ttate that thti1
suw A aJytrittevuiU tn Tw PUKKrX.BMfc
Tkle mil tail you nothing, m4 HtoMU tfratttHi
wfrocumt ty mot ias atvrnr mtih jwssis
The Peevish Child
Needs a Laxative
It Is natural for a child to lnucli ana
play and when, It Bulks drowsily or
cries you may depend on It something
reicai is mo manor. .. uu ;
nvfitnnoos of a serious oltment you will
not bo wron
demo nf mild
ntr ii you uuiuuy K
you quietly Blvo it a
mat ovu't'i'U uii
f.tiMIni It tn lintl.
The remedy most generally recom
mended for this purpose Is Dr. Caid
woll's Syrup Pepsin, which mothorn
throushout tho country havo been glvlntr
their children for a quarter of a cen
tury. Today thousands of famlllos aro
uslnc It whoro hundreds used It Won,
and thoro must bo Rood reason for this
word of mouth rccommondatton.
It Is admittedly tho, perfect laxatlvo
for children, women, old pooplo and nil
others who seed a ijentle bowel stimu
lant and not a violent salt, onthartlo
niu or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin WlH ncf ftcnlfy. am when
taken Deforo lellrJnj; Will brlnpcom-
Of $1,000,000 May bo Raised by
At New York a proposal to ralsa oDjodoca'
tlonal fund of $1,000,000 was dlacussod at
a meeting of the American Newspaper Pub
It was snggestel that this fond alio bo
utilized to collect statistic on the wages paid
the typographical and allied labor unions
throughout the country.
Her Health and Strength Back
Again by The Use of Cardui.
Tampa, Fla. In a letter from tlila
city, Mrs. E. C. Corum writes: "I wag
nil weakened and worn out with wo
manly troubles. My husband brought
mo somo Cardui as a tonic, and, from
the first day, It seemed to help.
I had almost lost my reason, but,
thanks to Cardui, I did not. Soon, I
felt and looked like) a now woman. I
think tho remedy Is wonderful, I
recommend it to my friends, for I havo
received great benefit from It."
Cardui acts specifically on tho weak
ened womanly organs, strengthening
tho muscles and nerves, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh tho worn-out ne
vous system and relieves tho effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful uso fully
prove tho morlt of this purely vege
table, tonlo remedy for women.
In every community, there llvo somo
who havo been benefited by Cardui.
Tho beneficial effects of this tlmo
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In janny different, ways.
N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dtp.. ChitU
noon Medicine Co.. Chattinooca. Tenn., for bpectal
Imtruetiont. an4 64-page book, "Home TreaUn'
lot Women," tent In plain wrapper on requeat
The entire train of tho Atlanta opecial on
the Queen and Crescent Hailroad was over
turned near Crittenden, while running at a
high rato of speed. Two passengers were
serhusly Injured and four otherj received
Solo Survivor of a Party of 35 on
tho Titanic, Arrives in
Findlay, Onio , April 28th One Belgian,
sole survivor of a party of 3G, who were
coming on the Titanic to work in the sugar
beet Gelds in this country, arrived here
today. All he had was two baggage checks,
his beloogings lying at the bottom of the
ac irok. v. i.r ,.,-,.
ML LPJL JO. JULf IVi v
Or the woman who experiences hot flashes n i.ing is so good to soothe, quiet
and calm the nervous system as a pure glyceric extract of nutie medical plants,
and made without alcohol, which has been cold by druggists for the past forty
years, and most favorably known as Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. In
younger years somo women ouflcr from dizziness, or fainting spells, hysteria,
headache, bearing -down feelings and pain. All theso symptoms ot Irregularity
and female disturbance arc relieved by tho use of this famous " Prescription "
of Doctor Pierce.
As a powerful, Invigorating tonlo " Favorite Prescription " Imparts strength
to the whole system, end in particular to the organs distinctly feminine.
I'or over-worked, "worn-out, ' run-aown, uebiutatea
teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " shop-girls,"
house-keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally,
it is an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic,
"My dtieaso was called retroversion," writes Mm. LydU McDOM
ALD, of Mecosta, Mich., Itouto 1. " I luut nervous chilli and numb apelll
and they would leave mo very weak. Then I had Inflammation ami tha
doctor cald I had a floating kidney. I doctored seven months with our
family physician. Ho aald I would have to have an operation. Then I
ctopped taking his medicine. After taklnqr three bottlrs of Dr. ritrco'a
medicines I havo not hod any nervous chills or weak spells. I am better
than for years.
mv dauirnu-r is now tauinjr tno rrcicnpuon ana ur. nerves
Golden Medical Diicovery, alo tho "I'clieU ' for nervousness nnd weak,
tlnxl feel In jr. Tlieso remedies havo helped her over o much In a short
time. Wo havo crcat faith in your mcjlclneo for fctr.alo troubles."
ffttfi McDonald. Dr. PJercc's Pleasnat
MgpMHBBM "b. BHQ HHnB .rftfVSb aaWT A MHs "sW.
Should crowd every department with eager buyers. Our system of perpetual activity makes one enormous purchase follow
another. The volume of business daily transacted by our Eastern buyers makes our chain of stores the peer of all in Bargain Giving.
ALWAYS AWAKE, Always alert, nothing of value is permitted to pass by. Is it any wonder that we out-distance all others, when
we are able to offer values such as these?
Ladies' White Canvas and Nubuck Pumps, $4 values $2.49. Ladies' Patent Leather White Canvas and Velvet Two-Straps and Pumps, $3
values $1.99, Ladies' Patent Leather and Vclour Pumps, $2 50 values $1.09. Ladies' White Canvas Two-Straps and Patent Leather Pumps, $2
values $1.24. Ladies' Patent Leather and Vici Kid Straps and Oxfords, $1,50 values 99c, Men's Patent Leather Velour and Tan Oxfords and
Shoes, $4 values, $2.49. Boys' and Youths' Shoes, $1.50 values, 99c. One lot Ladies' $1.50 Slippers now 99c. One lot Suede Slippers, $1.50
now 99c. DRY FEET SHOES Price, $2. Always in stock. - -
IHHsWH JMk "fl MMti Jmta sl aVMM MBW
LV m. Lgl lmr pr JstM
sassssaassr' m assast atssssassss - "iaav mr ansa -a
ploto satisfaction In tho mornlrur.
Arter n snort ubo oi mis romouy an
forms of outsldo aid can bo dispensed
with and naturo will again act alone.
All classos of Rood American people
keep It In tho homo for Ills of the
stomach, llvrr and bowels, and among
tho thousands who havo written the
doctor that they will novor bo without
It aro Mrs. J. W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., and
Mrs. n. I Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St.,
Owensboro, Ky, A doso of It has saved
many a person from a serious illness.
Anvono wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying it In tho regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a largo bottle (family slzo) can
havo a samplo bottle sent to tho homo
freo of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. 11. Caldwell, 405 Washington St.,
Montlcello, 111. Tour namo and address
qn q postal card will do.
' - -
Doing It I
Doing whai? Preparing for
summer, so put your order in
NOW for an mectric Fan before
the rush opens up,
G. A. HILL & BRO.,
119 D. Third Street. Thonc 551.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Masonic Temple,
Corner Third and Market Sts.
Residence No. 131 E. Third street; 'Phone No. J.
Special Attention to Vlteaiei
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Oflloe Hours 9 to IS a. m.; 4 to 8 p.m.
Sunday By Appointment Only.
There are very few people who do an
exclusive eye-glasa business. Most
people who sell glasses give their
time and attention to some oihercall
ing and only fit glasses when they
have nothing else to do. We havo no
side lines. We do nothing but ex
amine eyes for errors of refraction
and make good glasses tocorreotaoy
error that can be corrected with
glasses. If wo tried to do a dozen
different tblogs we couldn't learn any
one of them thoroughly.
J, A. SIMPSON,
us country must bo growing moro conser
.dtive, ss here it is tho l.st of April, 1912,aod
only one of the leading automobile companlos
has announced Its JQ13 model.
Gage marks 30 0 and rising.
The Qaeen CHy, sister ship to the Steel
City, will start in the regular trade May 1st,
leaving Cincinnati on that day.
The new Mail line packet to take the place
of the Lizzie Bay has been launched at Jcffer
eonville, The new boat will run from Cin
cinnati to Madlion when completed and she
will have the Bay's machinory.
"- W HJ?JLlUQiJftIlj
Pellets Induce ulttl natural bowel movement.
Following art this morning's quotation l on
country produoe,UIephonea at 9 o'elook by E.L
Manchester, Maoagsrof the Keystone Oommtr
Xkks, lots off, praoien.....,.l7a
Butter.......... .... .10a
UllSOy l.nM,,HN,HHM,H ...... ..... ...... I UO
Hens ,f) tb. ,.,,.. ...,.,,, ,..,,,10n
Hprlngers, 1W lbs and over ...... ,..10o
Old Roosters...,, ...., Bo
Ducks ...... too
.mitsvilli nirAir, KAnsiT.
Cololl, headlight, gal I IS
03lTe,1 tt, , S6
Qoldsn Syrup, f) gi. 33
MolaissI, new orop, ft gal. 50
Sorghum, fanoy new, f gal 40
Sugar, yellow, t) tt ti
Sugar, extra, O., f) ft 6MQ 7
Sugar, A., V B 1 ...
Sugar, granulated, f) lb 7 Q ..
Sugar, pondered, ) lb. lb
Sugar.New prleani, 6..., ,
Teas, , ,.,,, . 30 O 1.00
Pceviiioni qn$ Cwntry rroatct.
Apples, dried, ft lb mj... as
Bacon, breakfast, lb... 20 30
Dsoon, clear sides, 9 lb. . 15 ($ .,.
naaop,l(aros,y lb .,,,,.... ,.,. IT Q ,
llaoon, sljottlderl", V $.,.. M. 10 Q UK
Ueans.spgal. ,..., , iQ & ...
Dutter.fllb , , 30 & 40
KKRt.y doi....,, ... 40 (ft ...
Flour, Jefferson, l bbl .,.. i.RO .,.
Flour, Alpha, bhl..., ... (j 80 ...
Perfection,, ,.,,,,.,1 ,i & W
Flour, Qrahsm, V "Q'f Q (
Horalny flgal SO & ...
Honey, B)r ,..,...,. $ Q W
Lard,f Si,....,,..,., ,,..,,.... I? 15
Mesl.V peok.,,,...,,. ..,..., ,.- 3Q & ...
Potatoes, peok. ,,,,,... ,,,. i0 & i
PdSotieiidtled.V (b., ,, 16 0
Voung Oulakons, yl ft.... (1 ...
Stramberrlc , ...
Apples, table. ii , .
Otapo Fruit 10 15
Uananai, f) doien 15 20
Lemons, $ dozen.... 30 30
Limes, f dozen 15 20
pineapples, .,.,.. ,.,.,,,.,,,...,,,,, , i ,,.
Ulaok Walnuts 05 ...
California Oranges - 30 40
Sweot Florida Oranges 30 40
Shellbark Hickory Nuti, ) peak ... 60 75
Cihcinnati, April 29, 1912.
Sbtppeis .".... SO C08IT 41
Ultra 17 OOSIT 90
Uutober Steers, extra 17 2i7 40
Good tooholoe 15 75I7 15
Common to fair tl 75(315 65
Unlfers, extra ....17 35t7 50
qood to cbolce ,, 10 26t7 Ch
Common to fair II 0Oa5 CO
Cows, extra fa 10O10 25
Good to choloe Ii 2iM 00
Common to fair 12 71(215 CO
Canners 12 25ll 25
Hulls, bologna . 15 tOStfl 00
Extra , ,.....tfl 1031(3 25
Fatballi..,.. 143 W
Extra 17 7318 00
Fair to good 14 5C7 50
Common and largt tl 50f7 23
Heavy hogs 18 ir(8 15
Packers and butchers 18 10&I8 15
Mixed packers 18 008 10
Stags 14 00IG 00
Heavy fat sows 15 00I7 It
Extra 7 2I
Light shippers 18 C0$I7 50
Pigs, 110 pounds and len.U 00t0 50
Extra H C3li 25
Qood to obolce II 75K 15
Common to fair.... 12 50f 4 50
Extra ....II 1S!7 50
Qood to oholae 17 00(217 40
Common to fair 15 COStO 74
Yearlings 15 50t0 50
No. 3 red I 1731 I9K
No 3 red I I2(1 15
No. 4 red 93Q I 10
No.3rhIU.,.. I 87 l Ee
No.lyellow 88 Q 87
No. 2 mixed ft) Q 8T
No. 3 whit I 60HQ01
No. 1 mixed 69 Q59
No I timothy 130 00(3130 19
No. 2 timothy 128 50f39 00
No.3 timothy frO 503127 50
No. I clover IM offllST CO
No. 1 clover mixed KB O0Q29 M
No. J alover mixed 127 MttlJS Sp
YmW tiutt pattern in
gufQla$$. H TIhc assort
tnctit of all the newest
Jilso, a full line of Ster
Ghas. W. Traxel & Co.
UAY8V1LLE, Ky April 20, 1912.
To the hepuhUcant of Maton County: The
Republicans of lisson county are called to
meet la the various products la mass conven
tion on Saturday, May 4th, 1912, at 2 o'clock
p. m., for tho purpose of electing In each of
said precincts a Precinct Commltteemsn, Said
committeemen are elocted for a term ot four
II. P. Purngm., Chairman.
J. Clayton Pecor, Secretary.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until the last few years was supposed to be Incur
able. Foragreat many years.dootors pronounced
It atooaldlseaioand prescribed local remedies,
and by oonitantly falling to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Solence has
proven catarrh to be aconstltutlonal dlieaie and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F, J. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O. , Is the only constitutional cure on
the market. It Is taken Internally In dotes from
lOdropstoatoatpoonful, It aots directly on the
blood and muooussurfaoos of the system. They
orTsronehundreddollars for any caie It falls to
ours. Send for olroulars and testimonials. Ad
dren, F. J. CHCNEY A CO., Toledo.O.
Sold by Druggists, 76f.
Take Uall'sFarolly Plllsforoonstlpatlon.
ffittOpfe'S &Q ItTOttt
th4 hfaJtnpi aj "Help
HWal," "J&rt" and "Jiaun4," miJ nor ejetceding
three ttnet in length, are MXE to all,
B"No HuMacu AtTrtlteturnts liucrtd
aitietri fatt to tome the flrtt time, we tnx Ue at
many repetltlont ai are neceiaaryto secure what you
-jlvertite or. We with aivertUert to eel thai they
re not tmpoilng on u by uiing our free columns.
IWAiivcrtUeri must furntih copy,uhl(h can ot
left at the office or tent by mall.
TUB PUBLIC IfpaSB,
JYfl. 19 XaU TMrd Btre'L
AdverlUtmentt under thti heading, not ezceedint
five lint 1, to ctnli each Inirrtion, or to cent) a week
ANTED-GOOD COOK-Apply to MRS. J.
P. MUSE, 38 EnttTnlrd street. apriQ
WANTED To do ulite,wnihlntf nnd house-cleanln.-.
Apply to IIAHRY HARNETT,
WAM'RD-DRY CLEANING AND D'EINO
Thu public Invited toieeus before going
elsewhere. All work guntnnteed-or no pay. 'ou
oan get your suit or dreis dry cleaned for 11 ajd
delivered tn you In any part of the city in 3 1 hours.
You I ave tried the reit; try the belt. WALKER
A GRIFFEY, UlV Commerce street. 'Phone 573.
J apr28 tf
TXTANTED-NURSE OIRL-A good, reliable
YV nur.e girl. Mrs. DARLING TON C. FEE,
227 Sutton street. adrSS lv
IXTANTED WOMAN To do hou.ieotk, J
YY A.blMI'SON, First National Hank or 40
Edit Fifth street. apr
WANTED All kinds of upholiterlng and fur
nl'urerpilrlog. I am prepared to do all
kinds tf this work, and as sprlug Is here, now is
the time to seud In your work. W. S . CA M PRE LL.
Shop East ot the Maion Lumber Co In Second
street. I have a large diy roon suitable for
storage ot all kinds of furniture and household
good. Call nnd lee me.
WANTED-The publlo to know that Louie
Miller, expert shoemaker and repalrer.uas
moved lilt shop from above llarklcy'a store to the
Newell room. In East lhlid s reet. AH work
done promptly and guaranteed. mstaatf
WANTED - SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
Kr both men and women; overcoats,
Indies' cloaks, underwear, white underskirt., etc.
Alio will buy rifles and shotguns. Will call at
home. J. II. URADl'ORD, 42 East Pront street.
Phone 445. Jaol ly
Adt erttiemrnli tuxirr thu heading, not exceeding
tvs Unet, 10 centt each imertlvn, or SO centt a vicck
fJIOR RENT-TWO STORY HRICK DWELL
Jts 1NG With bath and gas. Mce location on
Fo-estavenne. Apply to J. M. COLLINS. apr!9tf
AixcTliHTcnit v.nder I Kit heading, not exceedinf
Sv Unit, It centt each r(lu, or to centt a week
T7IOR SALE-FURNiaV'RE-Oak lid set,
4.' 1 siogie wci nn ipririL's, 1 reamer wa,
1 aining inure, bii in gooa couuiuou
lUOitast Second street.
FOR BALE At public auction on May lit,
1V12, to the highest bidder, all the dwellings
kuowu us the Haker Wood properly, same being
situated on East Third street, between Poplar
and Lexington, Fifth Ward, sale to begin at 10.30
a. in. apr25 2t
T7IOH SALE 211-foot counters, 3 8 toot ihon
4- diets, 1 3" foot show case, 1 gasoline air
light. I. I'. CHANSLOR. apr2jilw
SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs. P. II. King of
Su7 East Fourth street it sole agent tor
SPIRELLA CORSETS for Ladles, Mines and
Children; alto, William Prank's SPIRELLA
WAISTS for chlldrep. anr2l2w
ASvertitemcntt under fill Heading intfrfdl frtl
tut adtertiteri mutt urnith the copy.
f OST-GOLD UEADS-Wttli locket atPched
jlj mhI pearl In center, riease return to Hum's
store and receive reward,
T OST PEN Hstween Sutton street and my
m unrue in ro
Forest avenue. Waterman fountalu
1'leaio return to ED. SUUWART3 at meat
8PKI7 I wr
pr27 I iv
LOST 11 N Small gold buokle pin. botween
tho llee Hive ajd Mils Luman's millinery
nor. Finder please return to Mrs. GORDON
LOST HAND IIAG-ContalnlOK palrnf kIsisxi
and some small change, botween Mrs. John
Alexander' residence In Third street and Mrs. II.
1". McOlanahan's residence In West Second street.
Finder ple.se leave at this otlloo. apr2fl Iw
LOST-SPOTTED PONY-And sorrel msre.
bald face. Return to LEN REES, between
Washington and Gcnuantonn, aud receive re
ward; aprrfl Iw
AdvertUcmentt under thit headlrg imerted free;
but adverltttri mutt urnith the cvpy.
FOUND-PAIR SPECrACLES-Call at Ltd
tcr olUce. apr37 lw
Spring is Here
Are All in and
Aav Voiles. Xew Tissues.
Acta Wash Corduroys. New Linens.
- Moro lovely Trimmings thon ever before, Laces, Bands. &c. 'X"
8eo tho Ourlain aoods, Largo etoclr, special priceB. Yt
98c buys Lovely Lace Curtains; see them. "V
Havo you seen tho new Neckwear? 10c to $2 50.
The popular washable Corduroys in nil colors and white, very styRfffj
Of course you buy Gloves hero.
anu hiik uioves ever shown in Mnyaville.
American Lady and O, B. Corsets aro tho top-notch in styles.
May Fashions are here. Buy a Designer,- only 10c; tho beBfc faihion
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, 2,a,28
for Real Eye Comfort
229 Market Street,
'15J seres seven miles from Maysellle on
the Washington and Morphysville pike and
known as the "Ed Mahar Farm." The Im
provements consist of a two-story frame house,
tobscco barn and stock barn and outbuildings;
all tho buildings In first class repair. Fruit of
all kind. Place is well fenced and well
watered. It's unusual to find a small farm
with such improvements as this one haa aad
located ao well. Possession this month in
plonly ot time to start your eprlns work.
You Don't Pick Your Friends Merely by the Way They
Look. You Want More Than "Front" in the
Fellow You "Tie To." Better
Pick Your Clothes
in the Same Way!!
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Ederheimer,
Stine & Co.'s Clothing are genuine quality
sterling worth all the way through. They are
as good as they look, and that's good enough.
All-wool fabrics well shrunk and the best tai
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