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Is ifc ?
Isn't it a pleasure as well
,as a blessing there is one
clothing store in Maysville
where you can send a child with
kind, honost and good attentiou
a Well ns when you come your
s sell? Ever day finds our trade
owing just because ol this
ry iact. Overcoats and new
'inter Suits, all-wool, fast col
's, at $10, is one ol the many
lings for men we givo. Ro
lember. Trunks are being spe
cially priced for a lew days.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
The gage mark. 12.7 and falling.
Negro rouatera have been demanding $120
per month nt St. Louis to load and onload
packets. The men wore Retting $90 per
TERMS OF TURKISH SUR
RENDER London, Enoland, November 15.
Bulgaria's terms of peace to Turkey,
ns reported to Vienna and sent from
that city by the correspondent of The
Daily Telegraph, consists of seven
Included iu the first stipulation is
the surrender of Tchtalaja army and its
withdrawal guarded by Bulgarians.
The second provides for tho evacua
tion by the Turks of Adrianople, Scu
tari, Monastir and Janina.
The third calls for a payment of a
war indemnity to the Balkan allies.
The fourth demands the surrender
of couquered territory.
The fifth calls for the international
istation of Constantinople.
The sixth provides for opening the
Dardanelles and making Saloniki a
r Charles! H. Spencer, Popular
Cjf & 0. Conductor, Plead
' ed Guilty in the Fed
Richmond, Kw, November 14th,
The Federal Court adjourmd for the
term this afternoon, following the sen
tencing of 30 moonshiners, who were
' given 30 to 90 days in jail in addition
, Toh" i Ferigen, a distiller of Mid
dlesboro, was found guilty of remov
ing whisky from a warehouse without
paying the special tax as required by
law. Sentence will be passed at Lon
don. O. H. Spencer, former C. & O. con
ductor, running from Huntington to
. Cincinnati, was fined $2,600 in the
Federal Court today and Samuel Roths
child, a broker of Cincinnati, was
. fined $1,600. They wero indicted for
violating tho Interstate Commerce act.
Spencer was charged with failing to
punch passenger tickets and turning
them over to Rothschild, who sold
them at cut-rate prices. They pleaded
guilty to the charge and paid their
" A cass of widespread interest to
quail hunters throughout Kentucky
was decided here yesterday, when
Judge A. M. J. Cochran fined Wesley
Hall, VV. C. Rogers and Robert Kan
dell of l'leasureville and Bagdad from
' $100 to $200 for violating the inter
state act. The defendants had been
Indicted on the charge of shipping
quail put of the state. They pleaded
guilty and the fines were paid. State
Gamo Warden J. Quincy Ward and A.
'B, Brewster, the latter representing tho
.Government, assisted in the proBOCU-
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To allVnowlDg tutlereri of theumtdira, whether
muscular or or tho Joints, sciatica, lumbagoes,
baelcatiho, palm In iba klduejs or DouralgU
Dulm. to wtlta to her for i home treatment wMoh
h repeatedly cored All of Diets torture. Stia
f Ml W her duty to tend It to nil sufferers FIIKK.
houiaodi will tee.
t necess&rr. Thta
Yu cure Tonrteir at home, nt t
tWjr do nb&dRv of climate UjIdk
ttmfit 4lcovrr bMtcfcc urlo acid from tha
Umt, lposoas tM MilNaod Joint, purlfc MM
iMmi mm! brlcbtMMr tt eye, ItIk elMly
MWMKi liwwlrsto ifMpw. If Um f,be U.
tlaSVWV E2 Xti.X, SUMMWM,
MiflilM.liil.lM..MI ! I tfc. I !)'
G. 0. P. in Kentucky Getting
Together Big Repub
lican Daily For
Kentucky Leaders Size Up Sit
uation and Outlln
With a vlow to established a Republican
newspaper In Louisville, the Rspabl oin
State Central Committee, at a meollog held
at Ibe Gait llouee In Louisville Thursday n'ght
adopted a resolution empowering E. T. Franks
of Owecsboro, chairman to name a committee
of five to formulate plana and report back to
the State Central Committee.
N6t only members of the State body attend
ed the meeting, bat many other Republicans
also were present from prafctlcall evory sec
tion tf the state. Before tho meeting was
adjourned those In attendance formed them
eeleaa Into a Republican State Club, each
pledging himself to secure as numbers of the
organization at least ten other persons. Be
sides the State club, there are to be Republi
can clubs in each of the 120 counties of tho
State, the State club to be tho governing
authority orer the county clubs.
Judge Ilomor Bataon of Louisville, was
elected President of the State Republican
Club, and State Senator J. F. Bosworth of
Uiddlesboro, was elected Vice President from
the State-at-large. There la to be a Vice
President from each of the Congressional dis
tricts. However, these, with the exception of
QUI Spalding of Louisville, who was named as
a Vice President at the meeting will be
chosen later. '
S J. Roberts, KJitor of The Lozlngtoo
Leader, was elected Secretary of the State
Club, and Alvls S. Bennett, Secretary of the
Republican State Central Committee, was
chosen as bis assistant. Green Garrett of
Winchester, Clark county, was elected Treas
urer. Senator Bradley, in his talk dealing with
the need for a Republican newspaper In
Louisville, said that the cost of starting it
should be borne by Republicans In every coun
ty in the state.
FIFTT CENT3 EACH.
Creen Garrett of Winchester, said that if
every Republican In Kentucky would sub
scribe 60 cents towards the establishment of a
Republican paper $150,000 would be realized.
State Senator Bosworth of Uiddleabore, said
somebody bad played the fool, and tbat if It
were necessary, in ordor to get the Progres
sives back Into lino, to give them all the
offices In the party, he thought It should be
done lie urged the need for a Republican
niiwspaper, declaring tbat without one In
Lou sville it was impossible to expose the
"false statements" made during the campaign
by the opposition.
Greon Garrett said be did not believe In
giving everything to the Hull Moosais In an
effort to get them back into office. Oe (aid
be was 'an uncompromising Republican, and
tbat every time a Bull Mooter stack up his
head for office he would help to cut him down,
lie said the Democratic parly could not itand
prosperity and predicted that within a few
more years the Republicans would again bo in
He made a plea for a reorganization of the
Republican Committee lo Louisville dlstrlct.cal
ling attention the feeling against It on the part
"For God's sake give us a decent committeo
in this distrlt," he concluded.
W. D. Cochran of Maysville, Chairman of
the Republican State Campaign Committee,
was unablolo attend last night's meetiog, but
sent a letter Instead that was read by Chair
man Franks. In it he predicted a reunited
party and declared bis undying allegiance to
Judge Bethurum of lit. Vernon, aald the
hot tbat was fired Into Colonel Roosevelt'
breast gave him 2,000,000 of his 4,000,000
Phil Browo,a Negro,of Louisville diitrlct.vas
called on for a speech and began by stating
tbat be asnot an orator, aa bis work bad
been along other lines.
"At heart every Negro Is a Republican," be
said. ' If be Is not ho is toq ungrateful to
have the consideration of anybody." )
John W. UcColloch of Owensboro, said the
Republican party "by going down to defeat
ratber than sacrificing some of Its dearest
principles had proved Itself a bigger, better
and grander party than orer."
Chairman Franks presided over tba meeting.
EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS
New York, November 15th. President
elect Wilson will satl for Bermuda at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon for a vacation, and will
return December lGih. To set at jest In the
meantime speculation as to what he would do
with Ttgard to tariff reultlon be lamed the
' "I shall oall Congress together jo extraor
ikwf atHHlM aot later thw April 15th. I
ll ek Mi bmm I thlak tW tt pfeJgM
wfcgki to ri4ii M BtoitfVl
Senator Raynor of Maryland is some
Roosevelt 09 votes ahead of Wilson
W. N. Ilobart, old Cincinnati dis
tiller, is dead, aged 70,
Today President-elect Wilson starts
for Bermuda for a six weeks vacation.
Now Orleans gets next year's meet
ing of the United Daughters of tho
Vincent Astor, aged 21, yesterday in
Now York camo into possession of
$150,000,000 by will ol his father, John
Jacob Astor, lost on the Titanic.
New York, November 15th. Wil
liam Campbell Clark, one of the
world's leading thread manufacturers,
died last night at his home iu this
The bodies of the five members of
the Cbaney family of Jackson, Ky.,
who wero killed in the 0., H. & D.
wreckSat Indianapolis, were taken to
Jackson yesterday. I
Following are tbli tnurntnK'i quotation t od
Manoheater,MaDKerof the Keystone Uoinmer
Uuter... .. . 18j
Tuilceyi - 163
Springers, 1M tt teach 1UJ
Old Roosters. 5o
Itabbttt, per dozen 1.50
MITBTILLX narXlL VADKBT.
noaloll.headllsht. nal I 15
Coffee, V B K
Golden Syrup, V gal . 35
Molaiif t.uew crop, ft gal 50
Molasses, old crop, V gl
Sorghum, faooy new, y gal 10
Sugar, jellow, V lb 6H
Sugar.extra.O., V V 7
Sugar, A., V lb 7 ...
Sugar, granulated, fj lb 7 (ft ..
Sugar, powdered, J lb 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, f lb.
Teas, V 30 lM
rrotltiont and Country rroduct.
Apples, dried, y fi
Uaoon,breakfatt, lib.,,.. 20 30
Uacon.olear tides, V & 15 ,7
Hacon.Harai, t lb 17 )
liaoon.thouldert, f) lb 10 15
lleant.Vgal 50 5i
Dutter,VB 30 3S
Kggt,ido .... 30 25
Plour, Jefferson, V bbl t.W ...
Klour, Alpha, bbl ... 5 76 ...
Perfection 5 50
Klour, Graham, V saolc 40 ..
Hominy Vgal 30 ...
Uonej.V B . 15 30
Lard.y B 13 15
Meal.V peck 30 ...
Potatoes, peck 25 ..
Young Chickens, V lb 18 ...
Apples.table. ....'. 10 25
Bananas, V doien - 15 30
Lemuns, )) dozen 40 ..
Limes, Vdoien 20 ..
Plnapplei,ckn, t laud 20 ...
Ca.lfornUOranget SO 40
Shippers . 13 Will M)
Extra I. ...I......
Uutober Steers, extra to BXi7 35
Good to choice .M U0J "
Commoa to fair...... ft 60&I5 00
Uelfers.extra . 36t 50
Good tocboloe i tUtS 35
Common to fair...... IS 50t5 40
Oowt, extra ...... 15 35 65
Good to oholoe 14 CM2I5 23
Common to fair 13 25t4 O)
Oanners 13 51CI3 75
Hulls, bologna It 36S 00
Extra . 155 60
Vat bulls 15 005 50
Extra 10 50t0 00
Pair to good V 5 te 75
Common and large It (0C9 50
Heavy hogs. -.17 8VB7 PO
Paokers and butohers IT S0I7 Vi
Mixed paokers 17 60&I7 SO
Stags U 25l 75
Heavy fat sows 15 50I0 60
Extra M 85I7 00
Ltzhtshlppers 13 85 17 35
Pigs, 110 pounds andless.14 0)t 75
Extra . W 65M 75
Good to oholce 13 2itl 65
Common to fair II 35t3 11
Extra ...ia 76!....
Goodtopholc 10 tKttO 60
Common to fair It 50!o 15
Yearlings H 60ll
No. 3 red 1 Olot 07
No.trtd M(3l 01
No. 4 red tOQ 93
No.Jwhlt IK Ol 63
No. 1 jellow 61 & 61
No. 3 mixed 61 & 63
No. I white I 35 C205X
No. S mixed 3J
No 1 timothy ,...116 600117 (0
No.ltlmothy 115 00ll no
No.l timothy 113 5A3II3 oo
No.l elovar 118 50II7 00
No.lolovermlxad JHt 0Oj5W 50
No.l otovar mixed M 0OIM14 60
There Is m"re Catarrh In this seotlon of the
country than ail other diseases put together, and
until the last tew years was supposed to be Incur
able. Foragreat many years doctors pronounced
It atooaldlitaieaud prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly tailing to oure with local treat.
ment, pronounoed It incurable. Science has
proven oatarrh to be aoonstltutlonal disease and
Catarrh Oure, manufactured by F. J.CheaeyA
the market, It Is taken Internally In 4f4 1 ram
lOdropttoateaspoo'nful. It aotsdlrsftlf Btli
boodandmuooussurfces of the syasasu. Thy
oKeronettJn.Ire l dollars tor any case UMte t.
care, Ssad for otroalars and tMtlatealaltv'A)'
ami, f. 3, CHKKKT A CO.. ToMoO.'
TaUM'SaUf I4lltivHfM. r v
CENTRAL NIE3DYTERIAN CHURCH.
Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m., J. B. Wood.
Preaching at 10:45 a, m. and 7:00 p. m.
Christian Endeavor nt 6:15 p. m.
The publ.o Is cordially Invitod and will be
warmly welcomed to these services.
Rev. R. L. Dgnn, Pastor.
FIRST rRGSBYTEKIAN CUURCU.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m A. M. J. Coch
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Christian Endoavor at 6:45 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday nlght at 7 p. m.
Every one cordially Invitod.
Rev. John Barbour, Pastor.
CllOUCH OP THE NATIV1T.T.
Sunday-school nt 9:30 a. m.
Morning service at 10:45 a. m.
Evening rervlce at 7:00 p. m.
All seats free at all aervlco.
Rev. J. II. Fielding, Rector.
first m. e. church, SOUTH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Prxachlog at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p
Epwortb Leaguo at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday at 7 p. m.
"You are cordially Invited to all of
Rev. M. S. Clark, Pastor.
second-u. e. church, south.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Epworth League at ti:30 p. m.
Pra)er Meeting every Thursday evening at
7 p. m.
Preaching on the second, fourth and fifth
Sundays at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. rn.
We earnestly Invite you to attend all these
J. W. SiursoN, Pastor.
first baptist church.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Union meeting at 7:30.
Sunday morning: "Rnilding a Tower Witb
B. i P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday night at 7 o'clock.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to nil.
Rev. 3. M. UAYMOitn. Pastor.
THIRD STREET II. E. CHURCH.
Services tomorrow aa follow tt:
Preaching by the psstor at 10:45
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m , I. M.
Epworth League devotional service at 6:15
p ro. led by Mr. M. C. Dailev.
No preaching in the evenlog. The congre
gation will join in the union temperance meet
hg at the First Baptist Cburcb.
Every one invited to all these services.
Como and you will find a hearty welcome.
REV. W. W. SutPARD, Pastor.
Sunday-school at 9:15 a. ro.. J. W. Bradner
Superintendent. Men's Class meets In the
Sundsy-school room at this hour. A cordial
Invitation la given the men of the Church to
attend this class.
Service at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m., 1, T. Kackley,
President. All of the members urged to be
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7 p.
A welcome awaits those attending these
Rev. Roger L. Clark, Pastor.
(Ae htadingt of "lltlj
ll'anltJ," "Loit" and "i'bund," and not exceeding
three Unet In length, are 1'JtER to alt,
iHTXo IIuolnrM Attrrrtlaftupnta luaerird
Ifanivert fall to come the flrtt time, we Invite a
many repetition! at are necenaryto iccure what you
2.(1 trtue for. Il' with adverttteri to feel that thei
re. not imposing on tu by uting our free columns.
BVAdiertUert xcar furntih copy, which can be
left at the office or tent by mail,
TltS PVISLIC LEDGER,
So. 10 Eatt Third Street.
AdvettUementt under this heading, not txeeedim
HV4 lines, 10 cents each insertion, or to cents a week
WANTED Men and women to sell our Christ
mas goods; make spleurtld gltts for men,
women, children. Sell on eight. Larue profits.
Experleccuunnt'oessarv. We show you how. Ad
dress Quaker Knit, 1,000 Chestnut St., I'hlla., Pa.
YANTKL) A money maker. Guaranteed
Hosiery to wearer. Our proposition beats
othrrs. HO per day, Wrlto Immediately.
QDAKER CITY MILLS,
street. Philadelphia, l'a.
WANTED-Whlte or colored Rlrl to do general
houe work. Apply to llox71, Maysville,
rvy , it. u, no, a,
XTANTKD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
VV For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc
Also will buy comforts, blankets and sheets.
Will call at homes. J. II. URADl'ORD. 41 East
Front street. 'Phone 445. Janl ly
THE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COUrANY
will more anything any time any place,
OUlce George W. Chllds cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, Maysville, Ky. 'Phone Its. Je6 ly
Advertistmentt unurr this heading, not erceedlnt
It ii, 10 centt each insertion, or to cents a week
FOKRENT-KOOMS-Or entire house; also,
special heater and ooal ranve for saie. Ap
ply to Mrs. JULIA CUMMINQS, Houston avenue,
city. not 15 It
Jdvertinments under this heading.not exeeedini
(tie lines, 19 cents each Insertien, er SO cents a week
TilOK3ALK-STOVK3-Qne cooking and one
j- nesting stove oneap (r oasn. Appr
Mrs. KATE KINO. 809 East Eourth street. (,
Udvertiumrtitt under this mailing tmsrred frt-t
tut advsrKttrs muil furnish the copy.
LOST-ENAMELED GOLD IIAR PIN-Ue.
txtf en corner Fourth and Market and A. 0.
Please return to Dr. J. M.
LOST-LONG (lltAIN AND HKART-Wednes.
day night, iHtween the Gtm Theater and
Cummins' grocrr. Finder pleas retnm to this
Mot or to Miss jfRKNE ENNIS, Ihlnl street.
T, Q6T-00LD HROOOH-Set wltt pearls ad
-J opalctnt', belwefB JkleVestfestaod Hnt-
jwwara u niiums l-a nt awoge)
"JACK" JOHNSON OUT OF JAIL
Chicago, November lCtb. Jack Jobospo,
champion heavyweight pugilist, accused of vio
lation the Mann white sUvo act, was released
from custody today before Judge Carpenter In
bonds of $30,000. f
The sureties accepted wore the pugilist's
mother, Mrs. Tiny Johnson, aud Matthew S,
Baldwin, real estate dealer.
School fop Teachers
Courietli-ii'llnt to Fl-mcntarT
InlcrrotdlftU m 4 f.lr H'ate Crr
till tri. V.llt In all rm.llr
Bitiool or Kuntuckj, t(p-UI
rtnrM tiiJ Ravi
im Tjf Cour.ei. TulttoaFfto Ap
wtc! - tx1ntps. TwatblenJIldor
Itlltorlei.niwtnA'Idlfhyftt, n inanniltralntnrboll'tln
prMUMv-tiMMMiftrtmriitertlirteulturt. a wtllcqulnpci
ttniln.loni. Iomrtll) Srln" .'", Trr btlnlKp.
t.mix-rlf BwnidTcrmWo-nvhT'Sj JhlM Ttfm Jnurr
S7, Fourth Tfrin Ar'" L Bummtr School opanl Juo IS,
' .f. a. CltAnnB, President. )
If It's R00KWOOD
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades, but be sure It's Rooknood
30c to 40c Por Pound
One pound packages. One pound cant. All
The E. R. Webster Co. JJSSSKSi.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye disease. If an
operaton ia necessary he will refer
you to a REAL specialist In eye sur
gery. When glasses are necessary
be will advise you to see the skilled
optlciin, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell yon to go to
Simpson because he knows that tba
man who specializes is the one to
consult about his specially.
J. A. SIMPSON,
pecond Floor First Natloial Bank.
We have for aale a nice little
place of 18 acres located on
the pike just '214 miles from
Maysville. On this farm there
is a cozy little houso and good
stable, smoke houseand hen
house: lome fruit for family
use. Place all in grass but
about two acres. School and
church in sight of tho place.
Trice, $750. ,
TRADKRS' HANK. MAYSVILLE, KY.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satified
customers who are using this
Phone or drop us a card
and wc will be glad to come
to your home and demon
strate the Sweeper-Vac.
Wc also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and 1st us show
Funeraf Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
SHTn atuisnrlng cutyertistvieids appearing sA.
Mluiniu of thti naper, tr when tuyln' nols froo o
merchant w host advertlsemenfafpri inlhtspeyxr
ur rnJr art isfxelally rtqutsUd to ttatt that tht
mu Ms adverHtevttnt in Ta JPcbuq Li bo hi
TAli wdl cut yent noshing, mud tt wilt bt gratefuUf
wWraSfi RICHMOND. KY.
wmm rMf a
smhti-a it wan
$m u 4 1
"' '' 1 s 1 . 1 i 1 - i- 1 r- r- Y 1 .. r-- - l.
Sape Goods. Less Money!
Better Goods, iame Money.
This storo is filled with best Roods attractively priced.
The Outings nt Co, 84c and 10c arc a positivo saving to you. s
Tho Apron Ginghams at 6c and 7 are tho bargains of tho city.
j-uo mrgess biock oi pretty, wasuaoic Dress Uingtiams in tho city, y
Tho underwear ts just a little bettor than ever before for tho price. 'Xf
Special qualities nt 25c nnd COc. XL
Five different styles ot Ladies' Union 8uits at $1 each. '-rt
The skirts we are telling at 49c aro rare bargains, including Satin,
Outing and Gingham Skirts.
Our Blankets are larger than usual. Specials at $1, $1,50 and $2
that are a saving of about 50c to you.
Beautiful Kitnona Goods, look!nnd feels like silk. Seo them.
A fow pair of Ironclad Hoso for children left, only 19c.
More Gloves, more Hosiery, moro Kibbons, more novelties than ever
You must just seethe Neckwear to learn tho Btyles.
Ituflling in many styles and widths.
December fashions aro here.
ROBERT L. HOEFLlCli,
WAIl mnttrr lor publication mnst
handed In before 0 o'clock su m.
I L JHl W
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. SAO Market Otreat
I'hoBO ate, MAYSVILLE, KT.
(Id Business 90 Yrs.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We hire our store room and slaughtering
house lu the best sanitary condition of any in
the city and we larlte local, state or Rorernment
Inspection. We buy the best stock an th Mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
For salety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. II. PEARCE,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white raya of
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A well-dreBsed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CCK
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this (all to satisfy our cuBtomers, Years
ago no adopted the method ot (air dealing and we
find it pays, for today our old customers have per
(cot confidence in us, We sell tho kind o( goodd
that inspires confidence and we guarantee satisfau
tion. Wo have the nattiest line of
Ever sold in Maysville.
styles are here. :
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
It you want a good pair ot shoes come here tor
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : : .
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New lints, Caps, Trunks
nnd Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
J. Wesley Lee m
Norilwttt tit. NlirtoUMJ Sftoftl Strt.
. .1' c I. Ill j . . J i
211. and 213
Will Save ou From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysville, Ky.
POWER & DAULTON
--? NOTICED THAT fl
LrtS' TUB HIGGEST fl
VTQr STORES ARE THE R
WQJ 1 BIGGEST ll
gr m ADVERTISERSr H
III THAT'S WHAT E
tmmim f MADE THEM 11IO.B
H. C. SHARP,
All tha i.ew shades and
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