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Loosen the Purse Strings and Ret
Roady for the Fall Buying.
This store has not arrived at its pres
ent stage of usefulness by chance.
There's no luck or speculation about
this business; it Isn't the result of for
tunate circumstances, but downright
honest, hard work. Work wherein your
interests as consumers have been care
fully studied at every corner and turn.
Wo came hero as strangors, our busi
ness friends to-day number into the
thousands; they know us. and thoy
nave confidence in.our merchandise ana
methods of doing business. If you don t
believe all this visit the store during
the coming week. We'te going to ofllc
'ally open the Dress Goods, Linens,
Ribbon,. Flannels, lilankets and Cloak
Note the throngs of satisfied buyers
in each section and you'll believe that
there's friendship in business, for we
look upon every customer who leaves a.
dime or a dollar in this store as a busi
The Dress Goods Opening.
No other heading would or could ex
press our meaning half astplainly. It
Is an opening in everv sense of tho
word, and such an opening as this de
partment has never had before with
the product of two continents to pick
from. We liavo soiecieu iur jum h
proval what we believe to be the
grandest collection of gown fabrics at
the lowest pricks ever shown in this
section. Here are a few of tho new,
things they're all tempting lots.
30 pieces 40-inch Henrietta, 12 shades,
at 18c a yard, worth 'J5c
25 pieces 38 inch Mohairs, plain and
brocade, 4 shades, at 315c, worth 50c.
12 pieces 40-inch Imperial Fancies at
20; cheap at 35c a yard.
All wool Serges at '23c a yard, all
All wool Flannels at 23c, worth 35c
All wool Novelties at 25c, worth 35c.
COO pieces Worsted and Woolen Dress
Goods to choose from.
The latest Novelties in Dress Trim
mings and Buttons at lower prices than
Opening Week in Garment Room
Rods, Racks, Tables, Shelves niled
high with tho cream of Cloakdom, tho
result of months of careful selection.
Never let your Cloak wander from this
store, for we are equipped to serve you
to your utmost satisfaction. Cheap? Yes,
but it's price cheapuess only; every
thing else about our garments is top
notch style, fit, materials, work and
finish all the best
Children's Jackets S1.4S, S1.0S to ?3.DS.
Ladies' Jackets at 9Sc, S1.4S, 52.48, S3.-
4S i.i eo.ns
Ladies' Capes 93c, f 1 25, $1.50, ti.HO to
Bold Blanket Talk.
Hut tho goods are here to back up
the argument; something like several
hundred pairs of warm woolly webs of
Winter Comforts at fi'J, 75, 08c to S1.25.
Fino all wool blankets at the lowest
prices ever made.
Comforts at bargain prices at 59,
9Sc to ?1.23.
Chenille Portieres at 51.05,
pair; special values.
!.50, 2.75 a
Robe Prints, fast colors, and batting
to make comforts.
Fine Turkey Red, Uluo aud Green
Oiled Prints at 0c a yard, worth 8c
CLOTHING for MEN and HOYS.
Large htock now open of good quality
and seasonable weights. This depart
ment is urov intr every season. Our of
fering now equals tho best in style, fit
and finish but away ueiow tnoir prices.
Drug and Perfumery Departments
moved and enlarged. All Dollar Aledi
cines, with few exceptions, for 78c a
bottle. Fine Triple Extracts for tho
handkerchief at 25c an ounce. Uottle
Extracts below regular prices.
One case b-1 double width Sheetings
at 13c a yd., good standard quality,
worth 25c u yd.
New styles in Triplo and Quadruple
Silver Tableware, beautiful new de
signs at away down prices 51.25, 2 75 to
52.50 each. Knives, forks and spoons
at prices that will interest all.
New Queenswaro receiving this week.
This department is busier than ever.
Low prices and good btock will draw
Something Good to Eat always on
tap. The purest and tho best at the
lowest prices Is our rule.
New openings every week. .New
goods In all Departments arriving
daily. Don't miss the great Bargains
wo are offering. Come, we Invito all to
169 Froat St. Maietta. 0
The Czar's Responsibilities Rest
k He&yjjy Upon Him.
No Political Significance is Attached
to His Visit to England.
The Czar's Yncht, the Standard, Arrives at
Portsmouth and Attract! Mncb Atten
tionComment Caused by Sir Ver
non Hnrcoart'a Silence
Loxdos, Oct, 3. Sincotha czar's, ac
cession to the throne there hava bean
many reports of the, change fn his dis
position, he having become grave and
taciturn as thoiigh he ielt tho burden
of his responsibilities resting heavily
upon him. Reports from Halmoral,
where ho and tho czarina are now vis
ing tho queen, confirm tho statements,
nis manner is extremely quiet and re
tiring, and ho appears to prefer tho
company of the ladles o( the royal
household to that of the prlnco of
Wales and to other nobilities nfcw pres
ent at Halmoral in his honor,
Since his arrival hU majesty has hud
but one private Interview wltjj the
queen. This lasted for naif t an hour.
In some quarters attempts have been
made to attach political significance to
tho interview, but it is generally be
lieved that nothing but personal and
family matters were discussed. It Is
not at all likely that any information
on the subject will bo vouchsafed to
Tho czar does not appear to take
the slightest interest in tho "deer
stalking," that has been arranged for
him. There is good reason for this,
aside from ,the fact that he is a poor
shot. Real sportsmen despise the kind
of sport with which the prlnco of Wales
indulges the guests at 15almor.il. The
gamekeepers start out early in the morn
ing and-make largo circuits of tho for
ests, driving the deer in the direction of
an open space which is like a lawn. The
royal huntsmen wait on one side of
this space and when the deer appear
they get easy shots without any fatigue
and also without any of the excitement
that only those who have actually
stalked deer have experienced. The
czar Is very patient and displays no
sign of anger when he repeatedly
misses the game. In fact, he partakes
of the sport in u perfunctory manner
and it can readilj- be seen that his
presence is due more to a desire to
please others than to any enjoyment
he derives himself from the shooting.
The czarina is desirable as a serious
strong maBnered woman who in many
respects resembles the Empress Fred
erick, mother of Emperor William, and
daughter of Queen Victoria.
The czar's new yacht, the Standard,
arrived at Portsmouth Frldav morn
ing, where she excited much admira
tion. She is a magnificent vessel of
5,200 tons, nnd carries a crew of over
three hundred men. She is about 2,000
tons larger than the other Russian im
perial yacht, the Polar Star. On tho
upper deck Is a handsome saloon,
which has accommodations or 125
guests at dinner. The vessel is insured
in London for 400,000.
Some comment has been caused by
tho long silence of Sir William Vernon
Harcourt, the leader of the opposition
in the house of commons, on tho Turk
ish question. The Liverpool Courier
now announces that he is engaged in
most carefully preparing a speech
which he will deliver in Monmouth
next week. Sir William represents
West Monmouthshire in the house of
commons. The Liverpool Courier says
that he intends to declare a new and
effective policy regarding Turkey,
which Franco is likely to follow.
ISnught 1)7 Itumiln In Preparation
War With England.
Piiu.ADr.Li'iuA, Oct. 8. Agents of
Russia who are in this country buying
up machinery for their government, in
view of a possible war with England
over tho Turkish troubles, have closed
negotiations with the officials of the
Wellman Iron and Steel Co. for tho
purchase of the large armor plate mill
nnd engine of these immense works at
The price agreed upon I3, it is said,
about 5Sli,lS5, which is about one-third
more than the sum for which the ma
chinery can bo replaced new. The
Wellman works were o'riginally built
at a cost of nearly SI, 500,000, and the
plate mill consists of tho largest threo
high train of rolls in the world. Tho
machinery v, ill be shipped to Russia
to be used there in preparation for
I.eiylng nnd Collecting Tributes Upon
American Cltl7fnn In tho Vaknn Coun
try. WASiirxaiox, Oct. 3. 0. A.. Carpen
ter, a well known journalistnnd writer.
returned from the Yukon disti let on
the steamer Alkali. Ho states that
ISritish mounted polico, under direc
tion of Superintendent Constantine,
arc levying flagrant tributes upon
American cltlcns and aggressively
encroaching upon United States terri
tory on the Yukon river. According to
Carpenter's story tho British boundary
line has been extended 15 miles south
ward upon United States soil, and her
majesty's bluecoats are collecting a
head tax or license fee of 815 per an
num from all foreigners within this
territory, nigh duties aro levied upon
all American imports to tho Yukon
country and dissatisfaction prevails.
To tho Cloads on n Kite.
Cuicaoo, Oct. 2. Lieut. Joseph E.
Maxfield, chief signal officer of the de
partment of the Missouri; and now sta
tioned in Chicago, will soon make an
ascent on a man-carrying kite, to be
built ,by Octavo Chanute. Tho ascent
will bo made In an arm chair, fastened
to a portion of th! kite's frame, and
will be for tho purpose of testing tho
efficiency of a flying kite for observa
tion purposes as an adjunct to the bal
loon service, which for some time has
been an Important part of the signal
Battle Ax" bridges a man over
many a tJgnt place irhen his pocket
book is lean, A 5 -cent piece of
"Battle Ax" will last about as long as
a JO-cent piece of other good tobaccos.
This thing of getting double value for
your money is a great help. Try it and
Gathered lYom All Farts of tho Country
The United States cruiser Minne
apolis sailed from Genoa Friday for
Wm. Morris, the celebrated English
poet, died at 11 o'clock Saturday fore
noon. He was 02 years of age.
The telegraphic transfers of cur
rency to the west and south through
tho New York sub-treasury Friday
The Labrador fishery has proved a
total failure, the season having now
closed. Tho mall boat, which made tho
round of the coast, reports tho poorest
catch in a quarter of a century.
A dispatch received In Madrid Friday
from Havana states that Gen. "Mul
gulzo, commanding a strong Spanish
force has captured the positions occu
pied by Mncco, the rebel leader, in
the province of Panar del Rio, killing
60 of the insurgents.
In the Canadian house of commons
Minister of Agriculture Fisher said
that the government intended to rnuke
arrangements for a continuous line of,
cold storage from the point of produc
tion, which included the northwest
territories, to the llritish markets.
A fire at Emcrado, N. D., destroyed
several stores and offices, including
Bleecker's general store, Irvine's drug
store, Poe's fruit store and post office.
The wind being in the south the re
mainder of tho town was saved. Tho
loss wah partially covered by insur
ance. The socialistic delegates to the Cigar
Makers' International union ut De
troit, who attempted to have politics
interjected into the preamble of tho
organization, were defeated Friday,
tho convention deciding by a vote of
107 to 72 to retain tho present pre
amble. George E. Sheldon, of Houghton,
Mich., who was shot Thursday even
ing by Felix Dumontier, a discharged
coachman, died at two o'clock Friday
ovcnlng from the effects of his wounds.
Dumontier's body has not yet been re
covered. The lake is being dragged.
Card and Paper Company I'nl'.s.
New Yoiie, Oct. 3. The Hastings
Card and Paper company made an as
signment Friday. J. W. Axford, the
assignee, said that tho liabilities are
375,000 and nominal abscts 550,003.
SALE OF CI 1Y BONDS.
Omen or the City Clehk. i
MAniEXTA, Otlio, September 1C, IbW. f
Sealed propo&iU will bo received at tho ofilce
ol the Cltj-1 lerlt of tho City of Marietta, Ohio,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1U, 169B,
at 12 o'clock, noon, central standard time, fir
the purchase of thirty bonds (numbered from
1 to SO consecutively and Inclusive), cf tho City
of Marietta. Ohio, bearing date the Jst day of
October, l&'Xl. redeemable at the pleasure of
the City Council of said City at any time after
tenyeara from their date, and maturing on
the 1st day of October, 102U, and each being for
the bum of txo, bearing interest at the rate of
S per cent per annum, payable semi-annually:
principal and Interest payable at the agency of
said Uty In the City of New York, In lawful
gold coin of the United States of the present
standard of weight and fineness
ThAsn bonds are to be l:nown as "Pavlnir
Bonds Second issue," Issued under the pro
visions of an ordinance, passed September 2,
Jb90. entitled, "An Ordinance providing for
the issue and sale of negotiable coupon bonds
of the City of Marietta, Ohio, to the aggregate
amount of tlf.WO for street paving purposes In
the streets and alleys of said City,'1
Said bonds v. ill be sold to the highest bidder
for not leas than their par value.
Bidders are reaulred to stata the numbers of
the bonds bid for and the gross amount they
will pay for the bonds bid for, together with
the payment of accrued Interest to the date of
transfer of the bonds.
The right to l eject any or all bias is re
Proposals must be sealed and endorsed
"Bids for Paving Bonds Second Issue "
Bil order of City Council.
OAIlt. BECKER, City Cleric.
,vl .5 .
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio Si,
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Platf's Is unexcelled, aa are
aloo his Cakes and lean. Finest
NottDolltan Ice Cream that can be
made, Particular and personal at.
tontlon Blven to aarvlnc partlof
reoeptlono. weddlnati or public d!r
ners, JACOB PFAFF,
GfcO. STHJCKE11. HNHy STREOKEb
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ol
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repaiilng Boilers In the oil fleldH. We employ
none but the beat mechanics In this line.
Give U3 a trlil we know wo cm please you
unice anu worKH on ost siue.
Notice to Contractors.
OrricK or this Cuv Ci.kuk, i
MAMF.rr, Ohio, September 2, 1890. f
Sealed proposals will be received by the City
Council of the citv of Marietta, Ohio, at the
offlco of the City clerk, until 12 o'clock noon,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1S33,
for furnishing the necessary labor and mater
ials for the Improvement of Fourth street, in
ine i.ny oi Marietta, uaio, irom tne normeriy
ecammel street, by excavating, griid:
paring foundations, constructing a curb on
each tide of the roadway, and pavlrg with
brick bald roadway, in accordance with the
plans, proflles and specllcations relating to
said Improvement on file in the office of tho
city u 11 engineer or saw t.ity.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certllled
checlt for $200, payable to tho order of the City
Clerk, as a guaranty that if the bid is accepted
a contract will be entered Into and the per
formance of It property secuied.
Bidders are required to uw tho printed fotm
which will be furnished op application.
Council reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Proposals must be sealed, Indorsed
"Bids for Improving Fourth Street," and ad
dressed to the City Clerk
By order of tho city Council
CAUL BECKER, City Clerk.
Sept. 23, It.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby glyen that scaled proposals
111 be received by the City Council of the city
of Marietta, Ohio, at tho office of the City
Clerk, until 12 o'clock, noon. Central btandaid
jlrce, of Mouday, October 30. A. D. ISM, for
rurnisning an tne lanor ana materials neces
sarv for Imnrovlnz nnrt of the Fifth Sewer
District in the City of Marietta, by construct
ing sewers and drains wth their necessary ap
purtenances, in accordance with the plans nnd
unecltlcatlons therefor, on Illo in the offlco of
the City Civil Engineer of said city. Each bid J
must be accompanied by a certiued check for
the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, as a guaran
tee that a contract will be entered Into and
the performance of It properly secured If the
is accepted, uiaaers are required to use
the printed forms which will be furnished on
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
Bids must be endorsed "Bid for Sewer Im
provement'' and be addressed to the CUy
Clerk, Marietta, Ohio.
By order of City Council.
CARL BB3KER, City Clerk.
Sept, 28, 4t.
Wo have a fow 'more of those good
wheal' (SUNOL) for sale yot. Also sev
eral good second-hand wheols at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WHEELS In tho Livery are all in first
class order and well taken caro of.
When you want to take a ride come and
Our REPAIR SHOP Is running full
tfino and" doing first class work at a
reasonable price. We aro putting in
all the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad the break, cuts or
tears in tire can be easily repaired on
We have made arrangements with
our ExrEItT repairman for steady work
the year around. Give him a chance to
show you how well he can" repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone I iS. 229 Second street
To make room for an-
"shyi other carload to arrive
4jH in ten days wo will sell
pj at n liberal discount.
' H rV Now is your chance.
p F. H. Dutton & Son., g
$ UJ 515 Fourth street. (J)
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. b. Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
J. HATHA WAV,
. Attorney at l,aw.
Ovei Leader Offlco. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAITEU A; OJJUXX8,
Phyololane and Surnoonn,
Offlco and residence, on Second atreot, two
doore above tho Court-houee, Marietta, Ohio.
C1UAULHS W. EICHAEDa,
j Attorney at Law.
Office on Pntnam Street,
. Attorns; at Lavi
Omco In Law BnlldliiK.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Offlco on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Room 8 Mills Block, Corner Putnam
Second streets. Notary Public.
T OOMIS W. B.
XJ mornoy at i,aw,
OlUce East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta
f P. WARD,
t) Real Estate and Loan Agent,
faecond St., op)'. Union Depot. Marlotta. '
DK. O. XV, BODY.
Office No. 304 Front Stroot.
Opposite Soldiers'. Menument. ttesldonce Wo
618 Fourth Streut Telonhone connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n.F. KUAF1
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE 4 KOLLE1T,
Attorneys at Law,
Offlco In Law Building Marietta, O.
Attorney at Law,
Offloo in Law Building.- Marietta, O
ore thoss upon which sufferers experience the
return of lost strength, vitality and energy.
The famous Brain and Nerve Food, bring
about this happy result. They create healthy
digestion, pure, rich blood, firm muscles,
rugged strength, steady nerves and a clear
brain. Drains checked forever,
$1.00 Per Box, 6 Boxes, $5.00.
A legal guarantee to cure or refund the
money JU e ery $3 order. Address
A. J. RICHARDS, Marlotla, O.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
Before buying a vehicle, dou't
fail to call on the undersigned, aB
he can save you considerable
money on any purchase. ,
Half dozen Spring Wagons and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
make, also a lot of lumber wagons
will sell at a bargain.
315-17-10 Second St., MARIETTA, O.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals
will be received at the ofilce at the offlce of the
12 o'clock, noon, (Central Standard Uine,l for
furnishing labor and materials necessary for
filling, grading and constructing a btlck side
walk eight feet wide on tba northerly 6lde of
Greene street, from the termination of the
present sidewalk on the northerly side of
Greene street to tne westerly una or seventh
street, In the City pf Marietta, Ohio, according
to the speclhcatloni therefor, on file In the of
fice of the Civil Engineer of said City,
The Council reserve the right to reject any
ana uu oma.
By order of the City Council
BECKER, City Clerk.
Sept. 2S, St.
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, lo:o a m, 11:J3 p in.
for St. Louis, 10!40 a m ll:S5 p m.
For Louisville. io:to a tn, ll:M o m.,
For Parkorsburg, J0:0 & m, :oo a m, :
For Delpre, 6:00, 10:40, S:C0, 4:55, ll:J3.
p m, 7:00 n m, U:5T) m.
ForChltllcothe,10:t0 a m, UM p m. fiiico
a m, t2.85 pa,
For New York, i:tB p m, il:25 p d.
Dally: tBxcept Sunday.
For detail, information, regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
Q. M. PA tub. Ticket Agent, B. i O. S. W
fly., Marietta, O., or v .' ,
. Q. 13. WAiWBt,, Assistant "General fasfcenger
Agent. Cincinnati. Oalo. ' "
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
,w-'B,'ff,t6r SUHIUY, MAT 1J, 188S.
GOING SOP1H GOING NOKTh
No No 11
12 18 f
p. in. a, m.
2 40 A 10
i 67 7 00
3 04 05
1 IB 7 18
8 28 7 80
8 36 7 40
3 43 r7 48
i 01 8 07
t 11 H8 17
4 II iS 25
i 27 3 85
t 42 850
4 47 8 M
4 07 9 03
5 05 0 11
5 10 f0 18
5 17 T9 28
5 27 0 s;
ft 37 8 45
5 47 9 55
5 54 10 02
5 58 10 07
6 C3 10 12
6 09 10 18
6 20 10 28
6 28 10 87
6 42 f 10 52
8 t7 10 67
7 05 11 15
Pt m. p. m.
12 20 8 15
canton . . .,
Tolsao . .. .
7 21 '
Canal Dover .. .
Post Bov ....
. icnoison. ......
Iran Bun ,
Pt. Pleasant ..
South Olive ...
Klba. . .
Caywood. .. .,
Stop on ttlraal
AU trains Dally ejeeott S
E. W. PAGE,
a. p. a, t. a.
. 0. tf AYLdii,
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wMffMS 12' 1S03' ".
Dally. Dally Kxcept Sunday.
1 8 6 EASTERN TIMS 2
au ra pm aji am ;
6 2514 01 l 15 .Wheeling 1045 18256 60
B 67 12 5 4 60. Moundsvllfe IOCS 2 55 618
!S .'H " "'JarnnBT!J10 U1I 20
" ? 1 " oioiersviuo o 45
o o u.j i oa vruiiamstown
1UUU B JW wtSW 'lTJ ... 1
A M P M
, nift UI
10 55 2 00
9 56 12 57
9 25 12 25
1110 4 40
1216 5 55
110 0 58
P M P M
1 20 no
2 20 8 iO
9 00 11 55
W. J. Uomvamt. fl. f A
For rates, Information
'u, jhj., cui on or aa.
134 Front Street
ZANKSVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME OAKD IN EFFECT DEO. 2nd. 18H0.
Ar Columbus ,
A t Chicago....
Ar St Paul....
6 20 am
6 (8 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 a m
9 00 Dm
2 40 p m
8 85 pm
4 10 pm
1 S3 pm
5 to pm
8 15 pm
7-20 a m
1 B0 pjn
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
2 55 pm
8 68 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
5 19 pm
5 65 p m
7 40 am
8 60 am
0 12 am
0 48 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
t-V J? anil 7 ak0 0l0E0 connections at
Zanesvllle with the B. & o. and Pan Hand!
n H0Pr?SV,mASB,BChIc.a0 and tD0 West.
J. hope 8UTOE, Kecetvor.
C. C. HAIIIU80N. General PaascngerAgl
MARIBWA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhloCentral Ext'n.
Time Table in Effect May 24.1 1 8d6.
Central Standard Time.-
Tho Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Servloe Be
tween Marietta and Columbus,
No.l. No. 8. No. U.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Marlotta ,,, o 00 2 10
" Tunnel. o 19 2 28
Vincent 9 37 2 46
er 0 65 3 04
Utley 10 21 3 80
bharpsburg , 10 85 3 30
" Amesvllle io 63 a 41
ArrlvePalos 1125 412
" Athens s 20 8 85
" Columbus 2 25 715
' Charleston, W.Va 8 25 4 or
Cleveland 7 80 1 60 A. u
Toledo 6 10 1180
Detroit 0 20 6 16
" Chicago 7 io
No. 2. No. 4, No 12
A.M. P.M, AM
Leave Columbus ,. 7 15
" Palos 10 12
11 Amesvllle 10 42
" Cutler 11 18
'L YJuoont n 87
irrlvo Marietta. 1215
ii 60 5 P0
4 0' 8 25
4 45 7 80
xrainsnmaauy except Sunday, Cloao ooa
sections for all nolntB nnrth nH ..!
',.Fo.r. ""ther Information call on or address G
M. Patme. Tlckot Agent, Union Dapot, Marl.
-p r. , w r, a - VINCENT, G. P 4 T. V,
T, D, DALE. Receiver,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and., Results
SEE IT ,AT THE LEADER OFFICE
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