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Our Special Premium List at the East Carroll Fair,
November 8th, 9th and 10th
Best bushel corn, 5 pounds best coffee; Best bushel Irish potatoes, 20
pounds white sugar; Best display butter, nice churn; Best home cured ham,
one Gold Band ham; Best loaf bread, 24 pounds best flour; Best display
preserves and jams, one dozen fruit jars.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
Saturday, October 27, 1900.
J. E. RANSDELL, IV. H. IO.NTOOMBRY
F. X. RANSDELL. Notary l'iulli
Attorneys at Law
-A N D-
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF
E.AST CAiiOLL, WEST CAIRROLL AND
I MITlSON PARiISHES, AND TIHE STATE
St PtEME1 CO 'RT.
Clifton F. Davis,
Ltea.1 3EIstate A .dgt,.
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISIIED A COMPLETE
I4BTIRA('T OF ALL HFIIE LANDS IN EAST
2ARIOLL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH
ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. D. HELL, W. B. PIERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
Our office is located in the office for.
mrally occupied by Heon. C. S. Wyly.
Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
We do job work at Vicksburg
Foe all kinds of school books, call at
Let Est Carroll poll a full vote on
Marshal Peck made three arrests on
See Hill Bros. attractive advertise
ment in this issue.
The town cisterns should be put in
first class condition.
Charley Whittington is selling his
horses at a cheap figure.
Jake Marcus is showing a nice and
well selected stock of goods.
Mr. C. A. Voelker, looking in fine
health anti spirits, was in the city 'T'ues
Col. W. H. Benjamin of the second
ward, was ' visitor to town on Tues
Shell oysters, the first of the season,
were brought by the D)ewey on her
T'he Epworth League meets every
Sunday evening at the Methodist
The Police Jury m't on Tuesday
and transacted a large amount of
Walter Pittman's two.story dwelling
is looming up. It will be a nice home
That tour dollar shoe at Ilill's takes
the cake, antd they are only to be seen
to be bought.
Congressman Renstldell left last Sun
day to attend the fair at Farmerville,
in Union parish.
W. N. White has a handsome dis
play of the latest styles of sailors in
his sho*t window.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hill were the re
cipients of many handsome and cost
Jy bridal presents.
No man who makes his living off a
Demuocratic community can afford to
vote a Republican ticket.
We have had beautiful weather this
week and not over half a day has been
lost front cotton picking.
Bervices at the Episcopal Church to
morrow mornilug at 11 o'clock and at
7:30 o'clock iu the evening.
Gee. McKee, the old reliable, don't
chew the rag, but he doeis sll quanu
titles ol spirits and groceries.
Max Levy seems to be doing a big
business down at the corner. Hlie is
carrying an Immense stock this fall.
Some valuable dogs were killed last
week by persons scattering poisoned
leat around. This was very wrong.
Mr. W. K. Spurlock handiles the las
so like a Texas cow puncher from
the way he roped mustangs ou MoUi
Guenard's drug store is just In re
eeipt of a handsome line of fine china
and dinner sets. Call sad see the dis
Services will be held at the Catholic
Church to-morrow morning at half
past ten and iu the evening at 6
Mr. WV. S Brown has been holding
down the landing while Mr. Yancey
Bell has been sick. Mr. Brown can
till the bill.
For every dollar's worth of goods
purchased at I. J. Buruey & (Co's.
store you are given a chance to win a
J. N. Hill & Bro., invite si rangers
and country folks to make their store
their headquarters while in town dur
lug the tair.
Mr. Joe R. Caldweil ha. several
spans of matheb horses that are very
pretty. He is selling them: at a rea
Magire A L Shbelder, tlhe popular
grocery ment of Provldeoe, are olfer
uing a olee list of premiums at tbe fair.
Reed the list at the top of the colmpn.
Mr.Yaacey Bell, our popular -lead.
tir.keeper, who ha. been quite 4Sk
for-b Icbu4.stwo weeks, Is. uoo nrech
ettet saU nlt will he oat it a fe datwda
To cure a cold in one day take
Laxative Biro Quinine. All druggists
refund the money if it tails to cure
25cts. E. W. Groves signature is on
each box. Sold at G uenard's drug
----NOV. 8, 1900---
CONSISTI'INGQ OF A t
AND THE WORLD FAMOUS IDRAMA.
"The Last Loaf."
To be for the benelit of the Daughters a
o,f the Confederacv and the Lake '
Providence Opera House. d
The Concert will be conposedl of Solos,
Quartettes. Corussll antI Declama- I
tions. All the Iest 1musical talent a
has been engaged for t is occasion. I
TIE D)RAMA. a Temperance Play in
two Acir., by Geo. M. Baktr, will be
the chief attraction of the evening.
The linst talent our parish can afford
has been secure d, and we feel confi
tl'nt you will get your money's
Remember Nov. the 8th at the Opera
House, the curtain rising at 8 o'clock a
sharp. Go to the Fuir in the day time a
and amuse yourselves, and we will en
tertain you at the Opera House at
on our holiday and will go home satis
tied with the East Carroll Fair Asso
ciation and the East Carroll Dramatic a
Company. Come one, come all. Re
served seats for sale at Guenard's drug g
store. Our price is as it has always b
been. Reserved seats 25cts. Admis
sion 50cts. Children 12 years and un
We invite the eolored people to take
in this Great Drama. There are plen
ty of seats in the Opera House for their as
J. L. KENNEDY. Manager. p
There need be no fear of lack of
hotel accommodation for persona who
expect to visit our town during the w
fair week. You will find plenty of tj
room and you will be welcomed by our
citizens, who will do everything for
The Vicksburg & Greenville Packet ,
Co. have made the rate of one fare for
our fair ou the 8th, 9th and 10th o1
Niveimber. 'IThey will have a boat go- h
ing each way every day of the fair, so et
as to acconmmodate those who wish to 11
come to our town.
'there will be services held in the a
Epiac,,pal Church on the let ofNovem- P
her, All Sauints lay. After service the tl
members of the church who have loved it
ones laid to rest in the cemetery, are
expected to go there with flowers and
place them on their graves. ai
The best perseription for chills
Groves 'l'aseless Chill 'T'onic. No cure
no pay. For sale at Gueuard's drug f
A great many strangers were in cl
towu ou 'T'uesoay. Some of them it
were brought here on account of the
letting of the constructiont of the new
court house, which is about to go the h
same road as the waterworks and
other projects too numerous to men
Miss Ethel Egelly, one of our popu-. i
lar young ladles, has accepted a posi
tion in the Guenard drug store, where
she will have charge of everytniug but g
the prescription department. Mr. o
Gueniard is to be congratulated in n
securing so capable a young lady as tl
Mr. J. 8. Millikin's store is now h
packed and jammed with one of the
handeomest lines of fall and winter
goods ever brought to our town.
The dress goods, trimminge,domestics
&c., are ast excellent quality, and it Is
a pleasure to go to this store to do
Mr. E. E Williamson returned last(
Friday morning from his home in Mis- N
sisasippi, where be had been called by
telegram to the bedside of hbls mother,
who lived only a shabort time after his
arrival. Mr. Williameou's many i
friends sympathlbize with him in his
Magulre & Schneider, the promoters
of our big fair, and who are workinugG
,ight and day for its succees, have just
received one of the largest cdunign
ments of groceries and fancy goods '
ever brought to Provideuce. This tl
boase is known for the quality of C
goods it haudles. p
Mr. Dee McKee returned last Friday
from Birmimgham, Ala., where he has f
been atteudiug a commercial sbchool ti
for the past two months. Dee is a
bright young man and returns a full
fledged bookkeeper. He is again be
bind the counters at J. S. Millikl's rg
big dry goods store. b
French's New Sensation came to our O
lauding Wednesday morning sad
showed to a packed house at night. 1
The show does not come up to those
in the past by a loug ways. and if the
managers expect to have the patron
age of the people, they will have to
give something better. It was plainly
seen that Mr. and Mrs. French were d
Mr. Sol. Cohen bought three bale.
of cotton Thursday, paying 200 net t
for it. Two tere bshort staple ble~ le
and doe long etaple. Mr. Coaeo basu
paid oer over P6;o000 for oolteto alice d
-eemaao omne~t "
e Let every place of business close
their doors on the first day of the fair,
a so that as large a crowd as possible
will be on the grounds. It is with the
citizens and storekeepers to make the
fair a success. Even the schools might
be closed for two days-Thursday and
Fritday. This is the way to do it.
lion. Robt. Nicholson, President of
the Police Jury, and utemibers W. C.
lope oft the second ward, Phil Mc
Guire of the third ward, A. M. Nelson
of the fourth ward and 'r. W. Jay of
the filth ward, were on hand to at
tend the tmeeting on Tuesday, which
was one of the most important held in
quite a while.
W. N. White, whose word is his
bond, and who sells at one price to
every one, is carrying this fall and
e winter an exceedingly heavy stock of
dry goods, notions, clothing and fine
shoes, You will find his clerks polite
.and ready to serve you. See White's
t show window for the latest up-to-date
Mrs. J. A. Gueunard and tier daughter.
e Miss Lelia. of New Orleans. arrived on
the Valley Queen last Sunday evening
on a visit to her sons, Messrs. J. S. aud
Eugene Guenard. Mrs. Guenard has
read so much of our big lair in the B.
D. lately that she thought it would be
a good time to see her popular sons
e and also see the fair.
Democrats of the parish, the Popu
e lists of this district are making a
- strong fight in the western parishes,
and it will not do for you to think
that there is no opposition to Con
gressman Ransdell. The Populists are
3 busy and it is urgent and important
that you should vote on the 6th of
November. Democrats, don't neglect
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Voeght of the
second ward, who have had their
son going to school in Ohio for the
past two years or more, returned last
week, looking in fine health. Mr.
Voeght told us that he thought be
would send him to the State Universi
t ty, one of the best schools in the South,
r and where there are now nearly four
hundred boys in attendance.
More cotton is coming from the hill
section than in many years, from the
fact that the cotton is bought by the
home cotton buyers and the very high
est market price is being paid for It.
It pays the hill people to bring their
cotton here, and as there are no
smarter class than these very hill peo
pie when it comes to dollars and cents,
they will continue to bring their cot
Mr.Orlando Hamilton, the head man
at Millikin's big store, will soon open
up in one of the new buildings near
the Firemen's Hall, a bakery and con
fectionery, which he will run In an up
to date style. Mr. Hamilton will place
a polite and attentive young man Inu
charge, while he will continue to be
the attractive card at Millikin's.
'Lnudry has lots of friends who wish
hint good luck.
The Police Jury at their meeting
on Tuesday rejected all bids for the
erection of the new court house. Why
it was done we-do not understand;but
as the Police Jury in composed of
gentlemen who have the best interests
of the parish always in view, we will
notcriticise their actions. We hope
though that the matter will not be de
ferred much longer aud that the court
house will be built.
AFTER A HiAT?
all good. We have all the newest
styles-and PLEASE REMEMBER
that we don't carry any but FIRST
GRADE ST''ETSONS in our stock.
- No second grades in any shape.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
SWARNER & SEARLES CO.,
SMr. Waldaur, of the Waldaur Co., of
Greenville, Mus.. came down on the
Belle last Saturday, returning the next
morning on the Annie. Mr. Waldaur,
strough his cotton buyer, Mr. Sol.
SCohen, who is located here, made a
purchase last Saturday from Maguire
· Schnelder of twelve bales of extra
fine long staples cotton, for which
I they paid 18) cents, which was a
Spretty price considering the market.
Judge F. X. Rensdell returned last
SSunday from Madison, where be had
been for several days holding a term
r of civil court.
1 Davil Washington, a colored man
living down on Stamboul plantation, ia
going to make an exhibit of fine chick
Sens at the fair.
Bnsiiess was brisk last Saturday,
i but not us good as the previous Sator
day, which w*e t)A bgi~ t&lW has
bad in many msig.
aT"aP all right at og(k4 b.p
1t bridge, who qoU -te 4
a enelSot. by £ttp
amt I svn ogud n~pr ~i~ wl
Last Tuesday evening, at 8:80
o'clock, Mr. Chas. H. Hill and Miss
Mabry Bast were united in the bonds
of wedlock at the Methodist Church.
The Church was crowded to its
utmost capaoity with a boat of friends
of the contracting parties, awaiting the
arrival of the bridal party. At the ap
pointed hour, Mendelsohn's Wedding
March, played by Mr. R. P. Kennedy on
the violin, accompanied by Mrs. W.
N. White on the organ, announced the
arrival of the bridal party, who
marched in, each couple in their re
spective order, and took their poea
tions on either side of the altar. The
bride followed, accompanied by her
sister, Miss Eddie, and met the groom,
attended by his brother, Mr. Alex
Hill, at the foot of the altar, where the
Rev. H. O. White was awaiting them.
The ceremony of the Methodist Church
was performed in an impressive man
ner, and the young couple were made
man and wife. After the ceremony the
wedding party repaired to the resi
dence of Mr. Ilobt. Hill, where a few
hours were spent in exteuding con
gratulations and partaking of some re
freshments. The young ladles who
participated in the wedding were
Misses Eddie Bass, May Beard, Ent
ma Bell, Mary Decker, Mabel Flem.
ing, Benella Brown, Beulah Goodrich.
The gentlemen were Messrs. Alex
Ilill, Jesse Pinkstou, Jas. Beard, jr.,
Isham Beard, John Kennedy, Dr. W.
B. Pierce and Hugh Montgomery.
Little Marion I)unu and Russell Bur
ney preceded the bridal party up the
ai le and looked liked fairies, as they
stood by the white columns on each
1 side of the altar.
The Church was beautifully decorat
ed with white and green, the artistic
work of Mrs. W. N. WVhite, who has
fine ideas of decorating churches for
Mr. Hill is one of our most honor
able and energetic young men, and
stands high with all who know him.
Miss Bass is the daughter of Mr. J. C.
Bass, one of our most respected citi
The Banner-Democrat congratulates
the young couple and wishes them a
long life of happiness and prosperity.
FINE LINE OF JEWELRY.
Mr. J. S. Guenard has just received
the largest lot of jewelry and novelties
that has ever been brought to Provi
deuce, and it speaks a great deal for
his enterprise and push in bringing
such a magnificent and costly stock
for the citizens of our town and parish
to select from. He has all kinds of
ebony goods, ebony goods with silver
trimmings, sterling silver novelties,
fine purse with silver trimmings, gold,
gold-plated and silver cuff buttons,
hat pins, silver bracelets, gold and sil
ver hearts, gold and silver riogs, silver
watches and a large line of plated
jewelry. Our people should appreci
ate the enterprise of Mr. Guenard in
keeping such a line, and they should
purchase right here instead of sending
off. If you want anything for the
holidays Mr. Guenard will take pleas
we in putting it away for you. Cali
and see his handsome line.
THE LAST LOAF.
On Thursday night, Nov. 8th, the
amateur talent of Lake Providenlocewill
present to the public the stirring
Sdramia, "The Last Loaf," by Geo. M.
Baker. T'his lsan excellet dtrama and
will be certain to take with the audli
euce. The parts are well cast attil the
companny have beeu rehearsin, faith
ftully for the past week or mtore. ItR
/served sentt w ill be on sale at the Gue
nard Drug Store. 'The object of tihe
play is to raise funds for the I)augh
ters of the Confederacy, a chapter of
which was organized here some weeks
sinlce by Mrs. L Graham. It is a
laudable object, and we believe the
amateures will have a crowded house.
There seems to be a fight on the
part of the Nowlande to try and run
the Julia out of the Memphis and
Vickeburg trade by cutting freight
rates to such an extent that it is los
ing business even if the Delta was
loaded flat each trip. This is wrong,
and no boat cant run long at it. Cut
ting freight rates down to a losing
price is not done for the benefit of the
consignees or persons who have freight
to ship; it is done to drive the opposi
tion boat out of the trade, and when
this is done, fre!ight rates go up higher
than ever. We regret to see thise-
there is enough business for these two
boats leaving Memphis on differeut
days. The Nowlands are first class
steamboatmeu and popular gentlemeu,
but they are doing wrong in making a
fight on the owners of the Julia, nod if
they are not careful they will find
that they are hurting themselves to
such su extent that it will be difticult
to regain. The Julia is not cutting
rates, and her charges are not now,and,
never were, exorbitant, and we have
heard a balf dozen of the leading mer
chanuts of our town say that they
would support the Julia on account
of this fight being made on her, simply
to drive her out of the trade.
We suggest to the plantation own
ers and managers that they give their
laboring people one day off-the first
day of the fair-and insist on them
coming to town and taking it in. If
it is necessary, give them a way to
come to town. This lair is given for
the benefit of our entire parish, and
the originators of it have gone to a
great expense in getting it up, sad
should be encouraged in every way
poedblpbit T do Ibi, se auWr'.Wy
urna, w*man esatdebid ~s Fer plain
"etlu gets to take in the fairE.
iev.YM . Bobwrg left 1slt M.oiay
i t.Or·tleapSe. lie will r.ta~- to
~mian asand wh A m*r
k/ileue4~ - -. Isse
meN's RIGEUR sHons.
If you want a SHOE that will give you Five Dollars
worth of wear for `'
the RIGEUR will come as near filling the bll( as say
shoe on the market.
The White Sewing Machine
was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition.
We arc Agents for these Machines, and have them at
$25.50 TO $29.50.
Both White and Black know what it means to have a
Suit of Clothes or a Pair of Pants made to order by
these people. They give you the very best material',
and the way they put up a garment and fit you, is too
well known to require argument. WE ARE THIEIR A(;ENTS.
Good quality, per Roll 40 yards, $7.75 to $12.50.
SMYRNA AND BRUSSELLS, 60cts to $6.50.
TAPESTRY AND CHENILLE, 75cts to $2.25.
YOU WILL FIND PAT
i FRESM ~ AND COMPLETE LIMNE OF
Citron, Raisens, Currents, 'Almonds, Pecans,
Valnuts, grape Jluts, Cracked mheat.
Our Grocery Line is Complete.
-- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street, - Lake Providence, La.
- )DEALER IN(
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Trauns, Valises, Olooks, &o.
A Pretty Line of Summer Goods.
Ladies' Shirt WVaists, Skirts and -lats.
taGive me a call and I will endeavor to please you.
W. S. ASHFORD & CO.,
-OfHice, 366 FIoxT STuIET,---
We make n Specia:lty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
See our win
the low price
Guenard Drug Store.
The Methodist Church was crowd
ed and packed by our citizens on
'Tuesday evening to witness the mar
riage of Mr. C. 11. Hill and Miss
Mabry Base. The church was beauti
fully decorated for the occasion by
Mrs. W. N. White and other ladies.
Charley Hill is one of our best young
men and popular with every oun,
while the youug lady be has won as a
life partner, is one of the sweetest
girls in our community. Good luck
to you, is the wish of the B.-D.
R J. Burney & Co., are going to
give away a flue organ. With every
dollars' worth purchased at their store
you will be givou one cbsnce on this
fine instrument. This is the first time
that any store has given such a
liberal ,ffer, and it will pay every one
to call. The organ is one of the best
made, bran new; having just arrived
from the factory in New York. This
is the chance for some one to get an
organ for a dollar bill.
"The Last Loaf" will be played by
our home amateurs at the Opera
House on Thursday night, the 8th of
November. [Reserved seats will be on
sale at Guenard's drug store.
Hon. Phil McGuire makes frequent
trips to Vicksburg of late. The boys
say there is nothing in it, as the old
man is beyond that age and the mnatri
monial bee has long ago few der
"iThe Loveliest Woman in All
America," '-The Future of the White
House."' "The Man Who Wrote Nar
cissus," "Waiting for the Mafl"-a
page drawing by A. B. krost-and
"'How Aunt Sally Brought Down the
House," a short story, are some of the
excellent features of the November
Ladies' Home Journal. In the same
issue Clifford Howard continues his
,"Blue River Bear Stories," Elizabeth
Stewart Phelps her serial, "'The Suc
cessors of Mary the First," and ".Jos
iah Allen's Wife" funnily narrates the
incidents of her fourth visit. Edward
Bok forcibly contends that the Ameri
cans show execrable taste in furnishing
their houses, and "An Americap
Mother" convicts the Americans of
having bad manners, Plans are given
for a "Quaint, Old-Fashioned House
for $6600," and interior views of "The
Most Artistic House in New York
City,." right worthily occupy two pages,
as does "Through Picturesque Ameri
ca," which pictures the scenic beauties
of California. There are numerous
articles on the fashions, and woman's
work. By The Curtis Publishing Com
pany, Philadelphia. One dollar a
year; ten cents a copy. On sale at
Guenard's book stand.
S1pot Oab.h Paid.
---Staples a Specialty.-
Give me a call before
shipping Cotton. Guar
antee highest prices.
Orders taken for Future
R ear of hanEZ aulding.
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
"'run3_., Talieooe, Over s1thoe,
I~'Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
S. W. SMITH, JR., Prest. J. N. HILL, Vice Prest. J. W. TOoKE, JR.. Catshi
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
Lake Providcience. Lsa.
CAPITAL STOCK, - - $50,000.
Deposits Received from $1 Up.
S. W. S]ITr, JR., J. N. HILL. J. W. TOOKE, JR., E. J. HAMLEY
PHIL MCUIRE, J. E. REYNOLDS, J. C. PITTMAN.
RECEIEES DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CEOX, B R .AN)D BELLS
EXCJIHANGE, LOA- DS _tMONEY A.ND TRANSACTS A GENERAL
ipBauk opens at 9 a. in. and closes at 4 p. m.
tgI R. J. BURNEY & CO., i,
Bernard Bu1ilding, Lake Street, Lake Providence,La.
-. Dealers int
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
MEverythIaig for ri.adIle.
Elver~yt1aiig for' Gentlemenx.
.A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
8ir\We are here to stay, and by'fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
Billiard & PoolRoom Parlor,
. PHIL ICUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Levy'rs fig Clothing Store,
* ...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
E Lake Pxro .ldente, s Louisiafla,
BILLIA 8and POOL TABLE.
Ohoicest brands of W~ies, Brandies, Wines, C gars and To
bacco. Keep on hand: Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; L T. Rippl'y, ex, ortasi sand eimported; J. E. Pepper,
hand-made sour ma h Bourbon; Jockey Club, hand-made sour
mash; Melwooui, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County, _
pure Rly; Be chwccod,l; pure R e. -e
Case Goode, fuhll quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
McBrayer, Oid Taylor, the cream of Irish Whiekey Ih jugs, i~l
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the cboicest and must select
stock of this cla"s of goods ever brought to this market. No ex
tra charge for jugs.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J S. .IE:NARD, POOPR InTOR
sLakIe Street. La..ake Providenoe. Lsa,
T:ugh, jedimine4, Chemical, patent JIedicine.
Gar~ries a fll lirte of Painlts, Oils, larrisles,
BrhsJes, Toliet Soaps, PYatimqry, Books, iqoe
itatiorery arnd Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Lotell1Bble €Grooery Z3Cousie
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki#idls fFatay Fa#rily ~rsetici
We invite you to call and see our StockOI Canned Goods. We can v
a large line of different grades of sugar qaB coffee. We buy for :
and secure the discount, therefore we can lefl for a small profit.
.1: Jtn Q j'a j' tp )k weia Qraee
Letke evryoe he wi old be
F M at ease fn oItti cothef, l
*iyop wear clothes made by
yourself from the finest lin of sm eq you
ever saw. You will win sure it y Ve on
one of these suits. The Fit asd the Quality
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