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C. E. PERRY, Lesso and Mr.
, ONE NIGHT ONLY '
Thursday, Jan. 3rd
"dirl of (he Streets."
A COMPLETE SCENIC
'CLEAN-. PURE. MORAL.
EVERY, WOMAN SHOULD
SEE THIS PLAY.
IT IS TO LAUGH.
Everything reproduced on tho
ntajro that iu pictured on the
Prices 10c, 20c, 30c, 50c
THE BIGGEST SHOW THIS
The children will enjoy the per
Malincc Daily 2:30 p. m. 10c.
Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-8:45
TICKETS IOc AND 20c.
Home . 4 .
Start the new year by making
a. resolution, to, niako your
home more ohcorful and hap
pier than any provious year.
A piece of our new furni
ture placed hero and there,
ju3t whore it in needed would
WEST EVD FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoonb'p.rgcr.
700 No'rth Main Si.
z Dealer in
Fresh and Salt Meat, Bread,
-Pics, Cahes, live Poultry, Pro
. MI goods selected with care
and sold as low as at other
'Send-ns' your order for all 9
kinds of feed. We arc woll 5
supplied and sell at lowest
ftlozier & Rlioads,
Doth Phones N. Stale Street
. 'DJR.W. H. HINKLiN,
'luri'iOB West Ceuter Htr.
,Oifl houm ' SiSO to '0.30 , m. and 2i3i
' i toi'M p m.
Jtlbl'hout. aaulC, (JltUoim Pliou
1V,. HOT PRESSED VELLUM
",' "" .'"vThisis a beautiful ntat.'onory first
Joo r-XFJiibivo for ordinary lottor
our Zinc of their product.
Of Winding Hie Match To
AKERMAN A QUITTER
According to Reports From
Men Who Know Him.
Evrrything in Readiness for Trian.
gular Contest 'to Take Place
I'Yrd lJiirtl, (lie local wifnti'r
is liant at woiU l'i'.r liin iiiati-li wi(!i
Woml ins! usee mul WnlHon on loiuur
low iiijslil. In spite nf the muddy
coihI'i' ion ol' the im.kIs ami t lie: niin
Uiutl li:td token n bix mile run daily
and is in t Is best of i-onditiwi.
Wooiln ai:.ste and W'stst.n sen. word
here tlial lliv.v are in silnipe for Hie
ma (hand bold i'ecl roiitident thai
Uartl lms. fi.:i" once uVei estimated Ills
ability as a wivstler.
Wondmaiisee h;u always shown as
a (jraeci'rltonian wrestler and is
much belter at that s;y,e of work.
than i.i I lie eatcli-as-eateh-can elu-s.
I!- nxked to be riven il .chance at
hi- s'.vle nf wicstlin nnd .has been
aci-iinimodal'.'d. The conle-it tomiir-i-(
'v evening itlmubl lie a good one
arl tho-e wild, attend, will get
their money 's worth for, there will
be feathers i'ying iu the -air be
foie Haiti has Ihrown both his op
Mnen!svlwice in ninety minutes.
I 'I'Jie advance -ale of seals , lias
l.-t-n unusually large and a big
'niun is proiul.-eil. A 1'iwt interest
ing" preliiuinary bunt between heal
men will take .place before the big
.Since Al Akernmn, the l.ima'
wieslL-r was beautri'ully .-bowed up
oil ( lii-Mmas night by r'ml l'iartl
the local, man, the friends and back-.-ei-s
of Akerinaii hae done every-,
thing pi'ssible to make it apiiear
that Lima was dead as far as the
wrestling rxne is concerned.
yucli is not ,the ea-'e. A well
known sjDrtiug iiiian froui Lima,
wlii.u in .Marion today said thai Che
lovvii was just as crazy' J'dr wrest
ling' as ever, biif the ieople had
stood the four flushing tactics of
Akermiiii .jns-'t as long as Miey could.
Haiti can today draw laiger crowds
'ian evir Akerman could, because
Hie l.iimi in'i'ple find tliat lie is a
hitler man than Aheiman ever was.
I Tun lima people grew lued ol Hie
i labv actions ' of Akerman iu bis
i . ......
tluec matches with ISartl and were
nul,' backwaid iu telling Akermai)
what they thought of hint as a
All kinds of reports have been
sent wit of Lima by friends of
Akcrumu uith I. lie hojie of killing
I lie game. Paper have taken up Hip
nine reports and the news law
ipru.nl like wild, fire. Wrestling is
nut dead iu Lima but Akerman is.
I'inley is. .-'He on Hoc .lows .the
referee of the llarll-Akeiinan match
and jrtiy so .and swears !io will
li'iM" Li'iia the go-by. In the
-.uciuwhile liiirtl will wrestle Jn
Marion and pa.vt.m. IV Akermau
ever comes lo .Marjou to ieel Hart I
he will t'inisli the malcli and not
slip iiway us llivfei-ee .huies allowed
him t.o do. .It- -wa almul, the rank
iv I p'icce of offieialiug ever per
formed in a wre-tling imilnli in Ohi
and Akuunair )rovd to be a rank
(luillciM lie knows Marti is a bet
ter ii"i ij than liini'-elf.
The ffillowing taken from thw
Cli'Vi'Miiil Leader all hough uil true
is nf Mime inlcre-t,. The story is
the lOiitCo'me of kiockiug done by
Akcinian's newspaper manager and
his giug and. must ,bu taken for
what it is .woilh:
"Tlie wre.-'tliug game lias kbcen
killed in Lima, () where the sport
;'ias bee i fo-'leied fir lvu yedirs,
owing to the- reinarkable' showing
if Al Akeriuai. According to all
repirls, the wie.stlers are the ones
to blan-e I or the Kiiort being killed
in tlie lilth' spoiling liwvn. where
j lh(i people turned out strung to seo
I he matches. , v
"Akeiuian. who foiiuerly hailed
linrn I'V.s'oria,. () was re-'poiisihle
fir I lie gnaly interest 'taken iu Hie
sp.'j-i at il "jlait., In fuel, for .
vnr, lie Minili' a small fortune nt
the game. vretliig mice or twice
a week, defrr-tilig till comers before
cic wiled houses. And still it is this
r!Vtt Akuriuan who is responsible
IVii' its downfall ainl nlr.ccd Lima in
lliu has beert class, His malcli )''
fieliriug was the first backward step
fftr when ho found a man who ap-
introduced in Marion by us
writing until now. '
peaifd to have sonielhing on him
Akerman clfttinetl Hint bo liad, his
heail builiy iiijnnid in bumping
against a ptt 8iill he Was in
fihape, (o wrestle dwansuu and gq
lo u Jong lraw.
"STo decision was 'made iu tlie
Oejiriiig inafeli, although, according
to al rules, the Clovolniid man
should have been given the bout, us
Akerman lelVed lo go mi. Mut Art
Lamb did mil yncss his point, as
referee left the ring, refusing to
award a winner, (he 'Cleveland man
wait ina; for a return bout, leaving
tfie sjsltiu up with Hit; Leader lo
bind a return malcli. Neither- (leh
ling nor Lpmb has .he.nd nnything;
from Akerman. The hitter's break'
thai killed "the hen thai laid the
itolilcn eyg'k ftis made the oilier
evening, when lie wrestled Marti.
This bout' turned out l( be a rough
and tumble affair, tlie police step
ping in and stopping il. Thai wa
jinbnbly the last mulch to be .held
n Lima for some lime, as tlie citi
zens and promoters wiil not toler
ate the game.
"Lima is only experiencing the
fate of the spar: (hat took iplace in
Cleveland. .Muffao. Rochester, Chi
cago, Petri it and cWnhcrc. 'flip
latest fiasco betwieii lleell and
iiulch will al-o put a crimp inlo
the sp.u-t. The iiianagemeiit of the
Slur Thealie are making'' a duler
inini'd eff(j-l to rejuvenate the sport
in this cily by holding a 'city
cluviipiousliip carnival, and their
venlnie will be walched with inter
cst.V BAULY INJURED
Madiron'Ev'ans, C. D. & M. Motor
man Meets with Accident.
.Madisiii Kvuns, married, of
Stratford, emphvyed a motormau
on Urn C. I), and .M., .work car was
ha lly injuicd Wednesday morning
aboul KJL o'clock. The train crew
was winking a shoit distance south
of ,Slralford whin Kvans iu helping
to unload some heavy poles had his
left' leg pinched.
Al i'int it was though! the leg
had .been broken . The injiiivd man
was taken lo his Inline and I)iv.
Fowler and Muck of Delaware and
A. L. N'eereamer of I he C. I), and
M. were suMinioiied. I'uon exaiuin--.ilion
it was found Unit only a 'se
vere sprain and hrui:-e exihled.
,Ve offi,T pnu, Ilumlred Dollai-s
Ifewaid for -.my case of Catarrh
that cannot, be cured by Hall's Ca
F. .1. ('UHN'KY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, hae known
F. .1. Cheney for the last lfi yea re
i ml believe him perfectly honorable
iu nJI business transactions and fin
incially able .to carry out any ob
ligations made by h'tt firm.
Waldiug, Kiiiuan iV: 'Marvin,
I lull V Catarrh Cure is taken
iernally acting indirectly upon
blood and mucous Hiirfaces of
system. Tcliiiiouhv!s sent free. I 'rice
7.") ecu.' i per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Take Hall's Fani'iiy Pills for Con
stipation. 'U1RL OF THE STREETS''
Is the Bill for This Evening at the
. Grand Opera House.
Tii a discriminating aiidieii"2
"(iiii of The Stieet" appeals ir-re.-i-itibly
and Hie flaxor of the
New Yoik .slums, with it inaiiuers
and ( (divi-ut iiinnlitu's, brings up
nieiiories of tr.nels or descriptions
mul. Tim play gives opportunities
for M'cnie picliiics(iicncsf, which is
full v embraced. The iminei.su suc
cess oi inn 'iiay proves iiiiu mis
ijlylu of IijkIi
class,, pin-, wholesome
There U much interest in thp an
nouncement 'of Its appearance nt the,
(jratnl tins' evening with charming
Miss Ivalliarine CiegA at the i head
of the excellent company of fiui
FATHER WILLIAM'S INDIAN TEA
gathered In the IIOU1CY MOIINTAIN
aula dlrccty 911 tho Mucous Mnubrane
pjirlfies the IJLOOI) and u,lcaib,ca ,thc
eatbo syslom of tho .microbes ami
germs of CATAltltll, IlAV I-'KVMIl
ASTHMA, , imONClHTlS, COlKiHJ
,To all suffcrfrs, of tboso , troubles,
wo recommend It, bcllopg a coaw
of KATH15R WILLIAMS Mqdlclni) will
produco better ,resiits than any oilier
In tho markot. Tea or Tablet form
3D coats. Tschanen Uros., agonts.
, Uniii-riiiiM tlroiiiul. .
"Tiat man Is utterly lacking lii(1!o
mot ordinary sense of propriety," said
the sensational authoress.
"What, has he done'" .
"Ho nqtuitllyi tried to discuss some
of tho detitlls of my latest bonk with
lHo!"Wnslilnglon Star. '
THE MARION DAILY MIUIlOll, TIIUKSDAY,
A Niw Stomach
ittuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Restore
Lifeless Orgnno to Normal
A TRIAL rACKAOB FBKE.
iMany a. sufferer from t)3i!ciifl:i,
IiullRcstlon and Ulmltcd ailments of
the illge3tlve. ovriius carried around
an atiaolutcly useless stonfadi a ilda.l
load, and a cpiifliuol for ever.lnc'-eaii-Iiik
disorders:' The mm-ilr ate iceni.
Ingly 'worii out, the mucoua lining
has "lost Its secretive power, and
booiI takon ,jnto' the stotna-li lies
there ami 'fcruieilta. causing 'Jur
entctntloiis, ' beleliliif5s. hcaitliurn,
(llzziucs.s; tun "!ie- (llstre-sbi! condi
tions. Many, hu "fevers hive given 1
Mil despair until the. Have been In-
duceil by sonic Intermtcil friend to
try a box offeuarl's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. . f
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nra Hie
dyl-peptieV sure and only hope. Tliev
arg a natural reieuratlvc of healthy
action ,to the stomach and small In.
testlncs beca'iuc they supply Just Hie
elements that the weak stomach
laelo-pcpsln. dhstase, golden seal
and other (flgnstlvc..
If you arc afflicted with any of the
Kyinptonm above dcscrll.eil, lie assured
that your digestive, organ arc losing
lower; tlioyVneoil' help ami there la,
no more sensible help .to lie given j
them than to 'supply elements which
llji ill iiiui' n rJH('ii, viiiiiV'iii) iriin
will do the 'wbrk of digestion for .
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Inve ,
been found by the lest of reputable ;
phy-lclans liV'tho United Stntes and
(Heat llrltal. to have renn.-liable dl. i
gestlve pttwera, one grain of tin
active principle of these tablets being ,
sufflelnt .o digest .1000 grains ,,
ordinary food, It la plain that n.) ,
matter what thc comlitl-;.. of .ur
Ml(lll..l ! Illllv fill-, inn". iltat.'KK
.... .....u... ... j .-.,.. . ...
has progressed, one only of Stuart's ' ()
Dyspepsia TableU taken at nieil
time 'will ilu t-tlie. woik-glvo your
stomach an opportunity f regain Its
lost iroweiv; u,tlio. mii8cl"s will b"
strengthened, the glanlls Invlfior.Ucd,
anil you wllCbn u new man.
It (ostti liotliltlg to piove lb" ef
feetiveuess of 'jlijg cure. Send for a
fiee sampli) puRkage today. V. A.
Stuart Co. 7S Stuart lllilg., .Maislmll.
All ilriiggUtil Hull Slinrl'ti bis-
pepsla TablcfSrat BiJ ncutj a b-ix.
icpsla TatilclflPat TiiJ no
j)' ' ' j
BURKT AND HIS MUSICAL DOGS
One of tho Cleverest Acts Ever Witnessed at the Marion.
IS SUCCESSOR 70 GARFIELD.
H. K. Smith to Take Charge'of.Bureau
Washlilgtom-Tjllprbo'rt KiioN Smith
will succeed .lamis Jt,'CJ:irflold as com
missioner of corporations ,of tho de
partment of comnionjp, ami labor. Mr.
Smith Is nt preaornVftho deputy com
missioner, and lit) Ijad a principal part
In "tho work of prcparlng'ludlctnionts
against tho Standard Oil company for
alleged Illegal railway discrimination
at Chicago, St Louis, Jackson, Tenn.,
and .lninestown, N. Y.
After Kdwln AV. Sims of Chicago
was appointed United States dlHtrlct
attorney,, Mr. Smltli acted -as solicitor
of tho bureau of corporations. Ho
HERBERT 'KNOX SMITH.
(Successor to Garfield as Commission
er of Corporations.)
was a member ofJlffa goVeiniuent'conv
mission which liivQutlBulud-'lhe- dlsas-
JAN.' 3, .1007 ..
tor to tho steamer oTeiicrnf Hloqiim,
and of the federal commission that
looked Into the wreck of the steamer
Valencia on tho North l'aclllc coast.
Atr. Smith was encaged Tor u long
time In drafting new laws and regula
tions for the safeguarding of passen
gers on sea, lake and ocoau-golng
craft. Under his dla'cllouHhc steam
boat Inspection scrvlcd lias been put
upon a plane of thoiuiigbuess.
There Is a strong porsonnl friend
ship hntween President Hoosovelt ami
Mr. Smith, Promotion came to the
deputy Icommlssloncr of corporations,
however, as tho result of bis work and
becauso of tlio lndoiscment of his tin
medlato superior otflccrs, and notbe
eau&o of tho president's personal lik
ing. Mr. Smith was born In Massachu
setts, but went to Connecticut with
his parents when ho was n child. Mo
was graduated fiom YMo In tho class
of. 1S91, and from tiro Yale lrtw school
four years later., Until ho entered tho
government sorvlco ho was a pra'cllc
tng hiwyer''at Ilavtrord. lie wa's a
inoinbor for two years of tho Ilartlord
common council, sorved in the Con
necticut legislature for two years and
was active In local and state Itcpub
Mr. Smith Is n member of several
clubs; ho Is n bel'ever Iji outdoor
sports, and ho Is a rrcim.'iit oppoiwnt
of President Hoosevolt- In games of
tennlB on tho White Mouse giounds.
Court of St. James Fvll of Oddly-Ap
King I-'dward bas.Jint conferred ui
on Dr. Armltaco RtkflibOh. deiln of
I ' I
JVottm nstcr abbey. Hi riMco M lord
high almonor. This llfjnHy, uspally
,,cI'1, ' a l)lshoI r .arelblshop, must
nt bo "mfonnded wlt-i (jal oi, grand
f'T?'' A0 "l0, ""li'":. 1V''11? ',' ,,a,n,R
iack1t0 th, ,u" '! , U Mril.
a Iny ofl Iro. horedlta-y Jn iho noblo
f,0"?.0.0 Hcauebanip Latimer ml
f.';h.g now vested b, tho niarfiuis
T!ln ,,,,,. ,..,. ,,- nf.
mnlm 01lly al Voro, a'rlSu6,wh'.;n he
. 7 ..... " '" - '
Is supposed to-(llHtrll.'itc,(,v"lnln .biiiiib
money, from nr lininenso silver
-.(llsh, at the doom of the abbey of
Westminster, letalnlng the silver dish
aMerward as the feo of his ofllco.
Tho Mug's lord high iiliuoaer, on tho
other hand, Is Invariably an ecclesias
tic, ranks as one of the gieat olllcera
of tho royal household, ami the chief
I spiritual advher of the r.ioerelgu, ills
j tributes the hitter's alms ami bounty
' on Mannily Thursday, nnd possesses
I tho ipieer prerogative, no longer ever
, clued, It Is true, of being allowed to
selo tho first dish that appears on
i tho rovr.l tabic and to hand It out,
dish and all, to any 'poor npoplo whom
bo may happen to flid ajtho, palace
This particular otlbjQi oijnvo Injo ex
istence in tho reign of .King .John
that Is to say, mora than 700 years
ago. It seems that John, who was
not only a gourmet, but llkewiso a
guiirmaml, was wont.to atono for his
perpetual breaches 01 the rules pie
scribed bv the church for tho observ
ance of Irizi days liy feeding a certain
nunibor of poor people. Tims, when
. iio ate twiro on Friday, 100 poor per-
' sons wero fed at his expense, with
j bread, meat and alo.
I If ho profaned the day by any other
breach of ecclesiastical discipline, an-
I other hundred wore added to the num
ber, nnd if ho offended tho church by
Reducing any of ills nobles to eat meat
on Friday, a furthor number of poor
bad to bo fed, tho number being In
proportion to tho dignity of tho imblo.
It was the lord high almoner wliu was
Intrusted witli tho duty ot keeping
track and providing tor tho execution
or theso queer ponaneen nt that an
navory monarch to whom l-higland
owes tho Magna Charta.
Tho lotd high almonor also assisted
tho ,ioeielgn In the coiomony ot
washing tho feet of 1- poor people 011
tho ovo of (Ipoil I'YIdny. a ceremony
last performed by King James II,
since which time the feot-waslilng has
been abolished, tlio 12 poor people re
colvjug In llou of tho cleansing minis
tration and tho monarch's kiss 011 their
feet, a royal dole of money, presented
In them by the lord high rlmo.ier In
tho chaitol royal on qvory Maundy
Thursday. Washington Post.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
following accounts havo been (lied in
tho Probate Court within a,id for, tho
(County of .Marlon and. State ot Ohio
for settlement, and that said accounts
will ho for healing In said l'robate
7T ,' r
w we nave searcnea ine mantei
ft for it pure oliv.c oil :uulkhuvc, found one Unit is
Jjj absolutely pure,'
:' answering sill iheTequireHicnhof tlie'ijew
pure fpod law.
Hi " Tliis'ojl is made from'
ili ripe olives
V jrov;r,irj the neigjiljorhood of
$ ( Athens, Greece.
fi This oil will not' turn rancid, is pleasant to thcffi
ill titstc and is bottled in bond. Kxoellenl for mediei- (fl
y. iiitl or culinary purposes. .o cents the bottle. J?
I THE "REXALL" STOREf
The Head ley Drug. Co. (g
3 "5- -"5 -5 rjs rs r-S r s rz rsi t-. t?-. sr sr. :?-. sr. a sn j S;
1ST, A. D.
I. .Third account of C
guardian of Charles V
'. First and llnal account or Sam
uel F. Wolfliigcr. guardian of Calh
arlne Dlocktom an Imbecile.
First account of .1. H. Tiiltle.
guardian of Otis L. Tultle. Carlos
W. Tultle, .Martin R. Tntlle ami
Myrtle Tattle, minors.
I. Set ond account of Cieorge cr
ritt. guaidlan of Clara D. Hcan,
!i. Fifth ncioiiiil of Clirl-tlan l'ni
meri, guarillaii or (icorge Chrlntlin
Metzgcr, a inlnor.
(i. First and iltial aceutnli of Sarah
Sweney, guardian of Daniel Mcintosh,
7. Sixth and llnak account of J.ihn
. Aiigeustein, guardian of iOu.ma J.
Augenstelu a minor.
8. Second account of Harney F.
Mllllsor, guardian of Henry 13. Mll
llsor, an In.iaue person.
II. Fifth iicioiiiit of L. V. Uii'-n-pher.
giiardlnu of Hannah M. Itoli.
iiisou, an insane person.
.0. First and Haul hccoiiiiI of
Jennie Austin, guardian of John
(Thl, Lewis Uhl ami Fdmi Uhl.
11. First nceouilt '(W L. (J. ' D-m.
neliworth, gnnrdlau of Frank Ilmck
elsby and Clarence Jlrockels'iy, inln
1. Second account or I'leiu-h
Crow, guardian or Hrwln Cupp, an
13. Firth act-oiint or Jane A.
I ncaplier. guardian or Dentin May
NeK and (Joltllo M. Nerr. minors.
11. Fotirtli and final account or
John W. Mc.Murray. guardian of
C'oncannon L. Gates, a minor.
't First account of Franklin
Swisher, guardian of D.ivld A. Crls
slugor. a minor.
Hi. Seventh account or John II.
Mitchell, guardian or Goldeth and
ICnie .lohmcn, minors.
17. Third and dual account of
Joint throats, guardian ot May Just,
be, a minor.
IS. Third and Hun! account or
James A. Lyililaue, guardian or Karl
Cosgrove a minor.
I!). First an Una. account of John
Bland, guardian of William J. illand,
20. Third and final account of
Helen Traucriiuin, guardian of Milt
on S. Opponhclmer, n minor.
at." FIibi account of J. ,1. Schoen.
Iniib. guardian of Florls L. Woodruff
and Marguerlto A. Woodrul)', minor.
22. Second account of L. C.
Loiitheu, guardian of Hlin 1. Hick
man ct al minors.
20. Fourth ami llnal actxmut of
Willis M. Allen, guarillaii or Ulrls-l
Alien, a minor.
21. Second account of John A.
Dennian. Trusted of George M. Den
maii, a blind person.
25. Third account or C. It. ICllug.
trustee ot T. I. Wallace, et al.
Fxccutors and Ailmluistrators.
21;. I'lrnt ami final account of
Delioy l.altuc, iulmllil.it rutor of Ihe
estate of David II. liRue. deceased.
l''lrst and llnal act omit or Ida
aiulnlKtralrix of the (-stale of
Flil ami final account or .1.
L. Sluonts, admltilstrator of Die
estate of Sarah A. Shroals, licensed.
2!l. First ami final acumnt- of Carl
Ramroth, administrator of the. esta'o
of Paulino liberie deceined.
ill). Seventh iiccuiint of Lydia M.
Salter, executrix of Ihe eslalu of
Sniuuel Seller, deceased.
:tl. Seiouil ami final account ' of
Harriet il. Anthony, administratrix
of the estate ol1 Oliver L. llrockels.
,"2. Seeuml and final account of
James A. llutler, administrator of
the estnto or Mary A. llutlor,v do.
!13. Ninth accniint of George S.
McGulre, receiver for tlio partnership
of Jacob Houser & Son.
lixeeptions to any of the above
named ucmunts must bo filed on or
lioforu Saturday, 2nd day of Fobnmry
A, D.. 11)07.
O. II., FOSTIiR,
1-3-dw , Probate Judge.
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US FOR meat;
Ve arc stfll selling choicest
home killed and nicely dress-'
cd ncats and al 1 tho "at-,
tsehments" at prices that aro
most liberal. -
THE . .
Ilotb Phones. li. Center Ht.
Home Made B lead'
just liKc your mother
used to baKc it. That
is the Hind of hrcad
wc pride ourselves on
bahing. Try a loaf.
Roth Phonos North Main Stj
wo sen Accident
At very low prices. Secure
yourself against loss 0?
accident or sicHness. " '
I. O. O. F. JJLOCK.
WIicii you want a tool to ktiqw
junt vltcrc you can find it, and at
the riuht prito, wo aim to main
tain our reputation in keeping
You will always find our nrleoa
conslstant witli tho quality M
goeds wc soil.
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