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Anil ta ralao the money o wo can
live here, where we want to live; so
we can help our nelghbora whenever
they uoed us to fight fire, elckneia, or
pet op a chautauqna next aummer.
Wo are going to make to your exact
measure to fit you.
$12. SO and $151
In our windows you will see eomo of
the goodi and suite, bnt bettor still,
come In and seo, for we will nlwayi
be bora to ride on the street cara
and so to the ptoturo "shows j as well
aa to guarantee "absoluto Balls? action
or your money back."
Yours until death.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
Mr. J. P. Nash has returned home from
Colonol J. U. Youog, who Is now at Nlcho
Usvlllo, was at home Sunday visiting his fam
Ur. and Urs. Godfroy Uunslcker left this
morning for a sojourn at Fronch Lick Springs,
Urs. True Insko of Cincinnati Is tho guest
of her sister, lira, William Jones of East Sec
ond street. N
UT. John Clairo of Bedford, Ind., was called
here on ncoount of tho death of bis father,
.. Mr. T. W. Caso of Chicago waa here yes
terday In attendance upon the funeral of bis
niece, Mrs. George B. Caywood.
Miss Judith Miller of Newport Is spending a
.week with Mrs. G. W. Wallingford and Mr?.
Edward Wblttlngton of the Esat End.
Colonol Samuel P. Bridges of Forest avenue
left this morning for Columbu', 0., on a visit
with his daughter, Mrs. Nina Diesem, from
there he goes to South Jackson, 0., to visit
Two Accept Valuations
'Frankfort, Ky., September 23J Tho Mo
bile & Ohio Railway Company and tho Southern
Railway Company in Kentucky today accepted
tho asamnnt mado this year by the Board
of Valuation and Assessment nod paid the
Fined For Drinking on Train
Bert Powell of Burchwood, Ojcar Fennell of
Sherman, Mike King of Sadlevllle, and Harri
son Martin of Kinney, were each fined $10
and coats by County Judgo Cloary In Coving
ton. The men wero charged with drinking
on a railroad train.
Cancor's Dreadful Advanco
Tho growth of cancer in England is alarm
ing the authorities. Last year in Manchester
alone there wore 7C0 cancer deaths, far
ahead of previous figures.
All told the diseaeo has doubled its victims
In thirty yoars. Thus, though consumption
is docroaslng under scientific organization
against it, cancer is aduancing without hind
raaco, baffling tbo doctors at every turn.
In another Northern area the deaths from
cancer equaled those from tuberculosis.
. Penalty For Playing Hookoy
Boys and girls wbo play "hookey" from
school thould understand that the option as to
whether or not they may remain at homo does
'not lie with them or tboir paronts. Tho law
- sow provides that all children between the
ages ot 7 and 12 years MUoT go to school,
unloas excused on account of mental or phys
ical disabilities. It they fall to go, and It I
shown that tho fault Una with the parents,
then the paranta may be heavily flaed. If they
play truant without their parents' knowledge or
-' desire, the child so offending may be sent to a
MURPHY TO HIRE DETECTIVES
$jo' Walcli His Playora' Habits Next
"' Chicago, Soptorobor 2-ld-r-I'renIdeot Charles
,W. Murphy of the Chicago National League
baseball team expressed tho opinion tonight
.that In a short time all Managers ot big
league clubs would be compelled to onforce
icily tho clauso In the contraot prohibiting
areri from drinking or amoking during tho
"I balfave tho drinking and amoking clauso
can. ba enforced. It I find otheiwise I will
switch my team around until I secure the men
- who will do as I demand," said Mr. Uutpby.
"I will enforce tho now ulos If I lose all my
' ttsra ind If It tint tha" tam In Ut nlapn."
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fis' V " Buifuj bub u uuooBnai ua mu nice
't'" iMeclivn.lo watch o'pc,ted playors.
iibllratloa tttcjet be
People at this time of yearahould bo exceed
ingly careful of coming In contact with th
Ivy that causes an irritation and swelling that
rivals Job's bolls. Tho weeds and vinos, satu
rated with the donso prodlpltatton, exude a
substance that oauea trouble to tho sensitive
.. ... .
Death ot a Former Citizen
Mr. Patrick Clairo, n former citizen, died
MonJoy night at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Cov
ington. Ilia remains were brought bore and
takon io tho home ot his son-in-law, Mr.
Henry It. Chllds In West Second street. Tho
funeral will tako placa tomorrow morning at 9
o'cl tck, with soi vices at tbo Catholic Cometery
A Horso and Buggy Thief
A man claiming his namo aa Hall wont to
the livery stable of John G, Bradford nt
Georgetown on Thursday of last week and
hired a horse and buggy to drive some ten or
twolvo miles In tbo country agreolog to return
that night, but nothing has been heard from
man or horso since. About twn yoars ago the
same stable lost a good span of horses In tho
same way that were never found.
Our Colored iiizen$.
Thero will be a taoky social tonight at
Scott's M. E. Church parsonago. Everybody
Miss C. B. Slator returned home Mond.y
ntght, after visiting Mhuea Florouce Williams
and Elsie Yancey of Auguata.
Urs. Celia Warner, aged 71, died last niglt
at hor home in Washington. Funeral tomor
row afternoon from M. E. Church. lutorment
In Washington Cometery.
Highest rate ot output eiuco move
ment in steel trade began.
I'rices for steel boiler tubes
been udvanccd $'2 per ton,
Fayette Democrats will raise $3,001)
slush fund to help elect Wilson.
President Taft issues etatcment de
claring that he will be re-elected.
A wireless telegraph plant is be put
in at State University, Lexington,
Pekiu cable Bays Chinese Minister
of Finance has flatly refused terms of
six powers loan for $300,000,000.
Contracts for 300,000 tons of rails
placed last week, with New York Cen
tral lcadiug with 158,000-ton order.
Steel mills heavily booked with
orders, Trade has known better prof
its, but volume ol business never
l'rolonGicd bad weather and poor
crops in nearly every European coun
try meaiiB Amrrica will have to sup
.ly it with wheat.
The resignation of Colonel Theodoro
Roosevelt as a member of the Repub
lican Club ot tho City of New York
has been accepted,
m i !
Thero will bo no separato voting
booths for women at the November
election, and they will vote as the men
vote, taking their turn.
Badknweitek, Baden, Germany,
September 24th, Germany's most
brilliant diplomat, IiaronJAdof Mar
echall Von Uieberatcin, died here to
day. Mil I tj W
Kelurns from ility representative
railroads during July show increase
ot 10.43 per cent, iu gross aud 12,69
percent, in net earnings over July,
At Kalamazoo, Mich,, raced by a
runner, Minor Heir and George Gaoo
broke the world's pacing stallion rec
ord for a niilo in team, tho time, an
nounced after (ho exhibition being
ii. i . niiiiii.m
Kentucky's rank as a manufactur
ing etate in 1909 was twenty-sovonth
in number of wage earners, twentieth
in yalue ot products aud sixteenth in
value added by manufacture. Tho ex
hibit is encouraging all around, show
ing, as it does, that Kentucky and her
principal cities nro by no means stand
ing still industrially.
William II. Kruse, teller of i tho
German National Dankol Covington,
is a dclaultcr iu tho sum ol $14,050.
Kruse admits tho shortage, This is
fully covered by a $20,000 indemnity
bond issued by tho Fidelity and Do
posit Company ot Baltimore, Md,
Tho bank will loso nothing. lie spent
the money having, a good time, ..
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The Transylvania College 6f Jaw suspended
for a year. Future plans will be announced,
.There will bo prayer-meeting tonight at the
Central Presbyterian Church at 7 o'clock.
Everybody Is Busy Undor tho Taft
High Tido of Prosperity
.At no time within our recollection has there
been so much work going on In Dover as at
present. Thoro Is not an Idle person in town,
unless that person Is Idle from chotco. Truly
It is tho "bo y season."
The pearl button factory Is giving all comers
a steady job and want moro cuttor?, It can
not got them bocauso there are no vacant
houses to shelter thoan who would come.
The tomato cannery Is farhlshlng employ
ment to nil tho men, womou and children who
will peol tomatoos. Its pay-roll last week for
labor was noar $140, and will bo more tb's
Thero la a big demand for teams. At this
moment there is not adequate equipment to
fill tho demand. "Work" Is the alogan aud
everybody's doing It.
New YorlM'lttiburgh, ralu.
Urookl)u-St. Louis, rain.
llostou 2-3, New York 5 1,
Chicago 0 2, St. Louis 1-2.
CloveUuU 7, Detroit 3.
STiNDINU Or OLUI59,
New York VJ
Cti tango 6?
St. Laull f
Following are t till mumlng' quotations on
oouutryproduce,telephoned nlVo'olookby K.L
Mauoueiter.Maaaxerof tue Kayitoue Uommer
liutter .... -..lDo
Turkey), 4 puumlii null over .75o
Ueni .tub...... 11a
Murlnguri,lH Ciito&cti I3j
Old Hooiters i . Do
MAYBVIM.I IlirAIL MARKET.
Coaloll.beadllght, Vgal I 15 ii ...
CoUte, V fc- !5 CA 4U
Golden Syrup, V K"1 36 i0
Mulusses, new crop, V Kl- w
Molasses, old orop, V gal.
Sorghum, faucy uew, V gal 41)
Sugar, yellow, $) lb..... flji
Sugar.extra.O., V tt W4b 7
Sugar, A. ,V B) .7. 7 H ...
Sugar, granulated, V S 7 tfi ..
Sugar, powdered, V lb. 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, V ft.
Teaa.V.lb 30 1.00
1'roitiiont and Vouati y I'roduce.
Apples, dried, V & & -
Uacon, breakfast, ) lb M (30
Uaoou,olear sides, V &. IS io 17
Uacon.tlams, V B 17 GB 2i
Uaoon, shoulders, S) 10 & Id
Uenus.Vgal 60 it 65
Ilutter.tJIb 30 35
Kggs.doz 20 is 26
Flour, JelTerson, 9 bbl 0.00 O ...
Flour, Alpha, ft bbl .... 5 75 ffi ...
Perfection 6 60
Flour, Graham, $ stole 40 44 ...
Homluy Vl SU -
Uoney, ) ft 15 Q 20
Lard.V lb 13 15
Meal.V peck 30 '...
Potatoes, V peck 25 ...
Young Cblokeni, ft 18 ...
Apples, table. 30 25
bananas, $ dozen........ 16 20
Lemons, t dozen 40 ..
Limes, tydoien 20 ...
Plneapplei,can, siloed 20 J ...
California Orauges 30 40
CINCINNATI MAR KETS.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21, 1012.
Snlppeii to buQI8 3i
Eitra 7 kiJt8 00
llutoher Steers, extra I? &5f8 00
Uood tuoholoe IU 75I7 75
Common to fulr tl 2oto (0
Hellers, extra 10 2.V3.I8 W
Good to chotco 15 60f0 25
Common totalr 13 60315 35
Cows.eitra t5 50315 75
Good to choice II 5035 25
Common to (air 12 10311 10
Cauuers. 12 00(313 35
Hulls, bologna II 25 1 1 85
Extra. tl BV315 00
Fat bulls 14 tt&ti 25
Extra 10 S5Q10 CO
Fair to good 18 OK3I0 25
Common and Urge 14 603 1 U 00
Heavy hogi 18 25I8 50
Packers and butohen 18 70QI3 75
Mixed paolcers 18 00318 70
Stag 14 25Qt 75
Heavy fat sows 18 00317 CO
Extra 17 65QI7 70
LIgbtshlppers 17 603 10
Pigs, 110 pounds audless.ll 01317 50
Extra 13 5031
Good toouoloe 2 B5W f.O
Common to Ialr.... II 25t2 75
Extra 17 0031
doodto oholce,..r, 10 503lu 00
Common tolalr. 14 96OI0 t5
Yearllngs.... 93 50tt 25
No. J red ,. 1 031 0(1
No.Sred WC4 08
Mo, 4 rod 70a 00
No,2whlte...M I 81 l 83
No.Jyellow ,.. 75 O 70
No. 3 mixed...,...- 71 & 75 .
No.S whit ......I 37K&38
No. 3 mixed 3IMQS5
No.l timothy Ill 00tlB 60
No.ltlmoluy ... 117 60IIB 0)
No.3 timothy.. S NVQ318 03
No.l olover IIS 00I17 60
No.Ioloirer mlxd...ml7 Wall 8 00-
Wo.l olorer mUadmr
, A .MjlWK
J US J 13
II '.HE Jrf1
Itov. Thba&l jWoOifvey becomes tbo head
ot Hazel Green Aosdemy. Mr. McGarvey is
U a son ot tho late Dr. J. W. UcGamy.
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Meeting of C. & 0. Agonts
A conferenco of all the Agents of tho Chose
ps'ako and Ohio system from Chloago to Rich
mond has boon callod for October ICth.
Huntington will probably bo deslgnatod as the
meeting place The porposb of tho meeting
has not been announced. '
Man's Inhumanity to Woman
Kansas Oily Journal,
Mrs. Hank Glover of E'k county has boon
kicking for an electric runabout for a year,
and has saved up her butter and egg monoy
to that end. But last week Hank went and
drew it out of the bank and bought a manure
sproador for the farm.
Gage marks 7 8 and rising.
MARV LOUISE CROSBY
TELEPHONE I. C. CROSBY.
Bring us tho work othors can't do. We are
thoroughly prepared to do your difficult work.
If you break your prescription lenses don't
Bond them away and do without them for a
wek or ten days. Bring the pieces to us and
get an exact duplicate of your old lenses In
less than twenty-four hourr. If you can find
no part of the old iense remember we are pre
pared to make thorough examinationa fur
glasses. Wo know more about making and
fitting glasses than your oculist will ever learn.
Qptlcc is his side line.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor Flrit National Hank.
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fT t c4? t-rJLy-
What wouliln't.yoii give to be nlilo to liavo the world's greatest singeri)
anil musicians to fring anil play for you whenever you wantcil to hear them I
You can hear them whenever ami uu often or you wish with a Victrola iu your
homo; anil you can get one of theau wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
For safety and good methods should surely be;
considered in the selection of n Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. O. PEARCE,
Get the Boys
Ready for School
Boforo tho stock is picked over. Gomo horo for
tho boat school clothes nmdo. AVo know how
important a mattor it is to got tho boys ready for
school, so wo have simplified tho matter for you
by selecting tho vory host clothes mado, You
cannot mako a niistako in Boys' Clothes hero, for
wo have only tho boat all-wool grades at prices
that will surprise you for cheapnoss. Try our
Shoo3 this fall and you will bo satisfied, both
with tho wear and stylo. NowUndorwoar, now
Furnishing Goods; everything now and up to dato.
Northeast Cor. Market
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Kobr.i. uy Dr rUchinrjor & Co.
Saturday, Sept. 28,
I9U, nt 10 o'clock a. iu., as Agent for tlio heln of
HaclielJ, Ohaoilor and liana K. Clmiiilor, I will
Consisting of About 137
Said (arm Ilea on the South of Mlllorslurp, abou
oue-lialf mile from town on tlie eait side of (lie
Mayivlllaaud Lexington turnpike; tha L. & N.
II. It. running along welt tide. Thll Is one of the
raoit desirable farms In the county. It bat on It
a 2-slory brick house, with new roof, and Is In
good condition; a tobacco burn and warehouse,
with plank floor and good tobacoo screw; (table,
corn crib, buggy house, ch'ckou house, smoke
house and splendid lco house, three cellars; also
tenement house, two cabins, and the bust spring
lu the county, and two other fields with Lever
falling water. This farm Is well fenced, aud Is In
a good neighborhood as anyone oould wish, and
can nil bo plowed. There Is about !M acres In
corn and the rest In grass. Auyouo wishing a
homo will make n great mistake If they don't at
tend this sale, as there Is no more boautlful situ
ation on tho Maysvllle and Lexington. turnpike,
and Is In one half inllo of two of the best schools
In (he state, both male and female colleges, and
only 7 miles from I'arls, It will bo told as n
nholo, or divided to suit purchasers.
Terms made known on day of sale.
J. C. JEFFERSON,
Agent for Heirs.
At the same time and place, as Administrator
of Isano V. Chtuslor, deceased, I will oiler for
sale on thu preruUos a large lot of farming ma
chinery, stock, household good, etc.
J. C. JKFKF.nSOK.
THE BUSINESS MEN
are fully aware of tho value of good dressing as a
business asset. They regatd well mado, perfect
llltlrnr attire as mneli or an essentlalas Unat
tractive qualities of a whiI kept store or otllce.
The oulv question Is who Is the tailor who cuu
make them the most satlsfaotery garments?
There can be no question of doubt If you place
your order with us. Remember this Is tho only
store lu this section where you can buy Kd V.
Price's ma e to nieiuueo clothes, Seo the new
browns we are showing for 1.8 tofc!-, they aro
repeaters. Iteinuiiiberwe repair all our dry clean
"i neon, uuargu iu a wurKiuaniiKe manner.
C. F. McNAMARA.
OH WitatKroutStrrot. Mnyavlllo, Hy.
H. C. SHARP,
and Second Streets.
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COOL NIGHTS MAKES YOU THINK GF
Our bed comforts aro mado of
luumurs, so moy aro sanitary anu warm anu soit.
Our cottou blankets at $1 n pair are largo and warm.
Iieautiful plaid blankets only $1.50 a pair.
Finer wool blankets $2 60 to $7.C0 a pair.
Beautiful dark dress ginghams only 10c a yard.
Extra fiuo dress ginghams only 12& cents, many worth 17c.
Iloavy cotton and Hamio linen suitings in dark colors,
Tho all-wool serges wo sell aro noted for wear and low prices,
Karo bargains in petticoats; specials at 49c.
Tho outings at Cc and 8 cents aro a positivo saving,
Largest stock ol curtain goods over shows in Maysvllle.
Of course you buy your hosiory here: best makes, lowest nrico.
This store is filled with tho
sonaliy for you.
Standard fashions for October and
ROBERT I HOEFLICIi,
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by tho Home Tobacco Company,
COUGHUN & GO.
TZ Wanted." "XUuattoni
Wanted," "ImhV and
thurnl," mut not exceeding
three Itnei in length, are t'liKR In all,
e"No 1IiiIiil- Ailverllarmeut luaerU'd
If antwert faU to come the flrtt time, we invite at
many repetition! at are necetsarvto secure what 'vu
idvertuc for. We with advertlteri to feel that they
.re. not Imixjilng on uiby uting our free column).
BJff'Adi'ertttert must furnish copy, which can be
left at the office or tent by mall.
TUB PUBLIC I.KDOKR,
No. 10 JCart Third Street.
Advertltementt under thtt heading, not ezeeedlnt
flvi lines, 10 cents each intcrtlon, or SO centt a week.
ANTKD-COOK-App'y to J.A. SIMPSON,
40 Nasi Mini street. sepai iw
ANTED GOOD COOK Apply to ED-
WARD GAKRETT In Clifton. se23 lw
WANTKD-IIOARDING-Uy day, week or
meal. Table supplied with best raarke
affords. .MRS. KATE VINEGAR, 110 Grave
alley. sep20 Iw
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, eto.
Also will buy comforts, blankets and sheets.
Will call athomi-s. J. H. URAD10RD.42 East
l'rontsireet. 'Phone 415. janl ly
milE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
JL will move anyihlug tiny time any place.
Otllce George W. Chllds cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, Maysvllle, Ky. Thon H5, Je5 ly
Advertlstmenls tinner I At. heading, nut eieeedlnt
1v lines, 10 cents each insertion, urM cents a week.
1rOU Itli.NT UESIDKNCK-Six rooms, Seconil
: lr..-t, Sixth Wurd. Apply to CLAUDE
W ATKINS. sept24lw
Adi'crtlttinrnli tttutrr this Keailtna.rioi exMtdtnt
Ave tints, to cents each insertitn, or SO centt a week
lilOR SALE-EAST END POST ROUTK-Ap-1?
ply to RAYMOND K. MUSE, 4111 East Sec
ond street. lupf.M It
Adiertitevientl tuuirr (Alt ncading tt.ttrMU irsj
tut advertises must furnish the cop
OST-1IUU FOUN'lCtlN PEN-Kluder please
i leave at this ollloe. Si-pSt Iw
LOST PEARL ROSARY On cold chain.
PleasH return to MISS MrtAULlFK at Can-
roul llros.' store.
LOST-PACKAOE-Contalulng pillow top and
Miliums, nu street or lu store. Kinder
please return to CHRISTINE CKOWELL, Front
street. soi3 Iw
LOST S TICK PIN With small diamond. Il
ium to W. E. NASH, 221 MarKet street, and
receive reward. sep20 lw
Tub Oskamp Jeweliiy Company, )
Cincinnati, 0., February 28th. 1912. J
To Whom This May Concern:
This id to certify tbat John L. Walsh waa
employed by ma, for the Oakamp Jewelry Co.,
aa watchmaker for a cooBldnrablo period and
during tbat tlrue hla work was entirely satis
factory and ha waa especially adopt in repair
ing fine watches and chronographs, and It
gives me groat pleasure to recommend him aa
a flrat-olasa watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for tho Oikamp Jewelry
Here Are Some
In Small. Places
1. Cottage ol 4 rcOmi; i utile, outlmllillnjri
aud clsler n ; located on Clark street, Juu uiclc
from Kornt avenue. Willi tlili place you get
two lots that are worlli at mucli as we will alc
you for il plaoo. l'rlce, tftO.
3. Cottage ot 4 rooms, Knew" on Klfld street.
A sura enough nice little home; good location;
contractor will wautmoreto build the bou.a tliau
we will sell you tlie bouse una mi fcr. rrice,
3. Strre bulldllu end residence on Hie Ger
mantown pike, with chicken bouse and plenty
rauge for chickens. I'rloe awuy down U-causo
we want to sell quick 1900,
4. Homo of 1 rooms, chicken bouse, stable and
smokehouse, on Koreit nveuue, If you ever saw
any thing cheap this Is the place-ll.OUO.
6. New house ot 4 rooms nlcujy loc&ttxt In the
Sixth Ward, Just a step from oar line, In good
nelthbothood. A nlco, modest, cozy little borne,
tiuqkW Sank, MAYSYILLti . KY,
i "v- ii- rwsf
clqan, whito batting from goods of 6m?3
newest of New York Goods, bourrhtnerf
tho Dosigner aro here. tf
211 and 213
W. A. Wood & Bro-
Ho, S2D Market Street
riiono3H3, MAY8VII.I.E, KY.
(In Holiness 3U Years.)
WE PAY FOR
Green Beef Hides 12c
Veal Calves, No. 1 9c
Beef Tallow, No. 1.. . ,7c
Country Bacon .16c
Country Hams 18c
Country Shoulder 14c
We have our store room and ilaugliterlng
house lu tho best sanitary condition of any In
the city and we Invite local, stale or government
inspection. We buy the best stock on the mar
ket and sell at tho lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
RawRcs latest pattern in
gut Glass, n fine assort
incut of all the newest
pieces. . "
Also, a full litte of Stcr
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
P jrf W
Do you sec how tho sqfiare cross-rods at
top of head and foot beautify this bed?.
Imagine this design with round tubing In
those positions. Would not the result be
"ordinary" and monotonous?
It Is just such details of clever and artistic
designing that have made qur steel beds
so popular. And the very large corner
posts with brass caps all combine to-t&ake
this an .unusually artistic bed.
Moreoier this bed li as good as It looLs.
Because It Is maJe of Jrawa steel tuhluQ,
Tery llt'ht In weight eitremely -stfoaij.
A child can- move this bed with the'
greatest case. Come in and see this bed.t -Then
you will realize how good it Isj-
FOR SALE BY
Sutton Street. 'Phone250
totrin nnsirtrlng aditrtliemrnts apiearingtihi
etlumns of this air. or when buytw ooi from a
merchant ohcs adnrttifmenlipi,,rt in thlt paper,
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