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RESENT CRITICISM
OF BATTLE SHIPS
Naval Officers Declare Conclusions
of Writer on "Soft En?" Kes?
sels Not Justified by Facts.
NOT i?EFFICIERT, SAY SOME
4
They Point Out Also That 8hlpa
Named Arc of a Design That Has
Ddcn Abandoned?They Were De?
signed Fifteen years Ago, Out Not
Completed Until 1894.
' WASHINGTON; 0. ('.. June 25.?
Officers or Ihe Hoard of Construe
tlon of the Navy Depart.it I and i
Some Mite ol'ii.s wen- free in ih' lr
crlllclsui of ah article in (he current
htiutlA'r of the Navy pointing out al?
leged serious defects in the construe
tlon of the Oregon, the Mnssnchu
Sells, Iho Indiana, the Iowa, the Ken?
tucky ami the iCenrsarge. owing to
Ihe fact that these are "soft end"
.ships and would be enslly wrecked
by a few well directed shots from a
hostile ship.
The spirit in which Ihe article Is
\, ritten itceina lo Ind'cale a falling
In the Navy Dopnrlhic.nl which many
naval officer.'-, on duly there are quick
to resent, Especially Is this true of
members of Iho construction corps.
It Is pointed out thai the author ap?
parently has done nothing other limit
to compare an old and almost ob?
solete design of battleship which
was In favor fifteen years ago to
the most modern design, lit the same
time draw I in-, conclusions which re
fleet on the navy.
As for (lie value of "soft end" war
vessels in general, It In not admitted
by Bruno <>f Iho liest posted naval
officers that they are Inefficient, nl
though Ihe newer vessels nre In mosl
cases built with a continuous armor
plate. Jl? ?< J?5
Several officers or ihn Board of
Construction were somewhat aroused
thiii Intricate problems of naval con?
struction, which t-hoy are studying
continually, should lie dealt, with so
ligthly. Other officers heartily Indorse
the Criticisms made, which simply re
fleet a eerlain service BCUtlmuill
which frequently found expression
before.
_-.'W**^rfatileMlilps Indiana. Massaelm
selts, Oregon, Kcursurge, Kentucky
und Ohio, which are mentioned in
the publication were designed over
(Ifteen years ago, although they were
not all completed until 1801.
THE COFERTON HOTEL
JJ:i8 opened nil Up-lo-Dato
Lunch Counter
In connection willi 11'? Buffet, where
everything Is served to suit your taste.
Conic and hu couviucod.
28th Street, near
Washington Ave. \
ALCOHOL SETS STREET AFIRE.
Darrel on Wagon, Drops, Bursts, Cig?
arette Butt Lighted?Bang!
ULOOMFirOLD, N. L. Juno 2!i.?A
barrel or ulcohol IhnI lind fallen rrohi
an express wagon in Orange street,
today cnuscd much excitement by
the liarol bursting. The fumes of the
spirits permeated the atmosplioro.
Somebody carelessly threw a light?
ed cigarette butt upon tho sldowalk.
A Whiff of wind Idcw the fumes In
its djrcotloh, and lu nil Instant the
entire street from curb to curb wan
a mass of blue (lame, frightening
horses and causing women to lice In
I error. The naming Ihiuid (lowed
Into a HOWor manhole, nnd there fol?
lowed a deafening explosion. The
heavy iron cover was hurled high In?
to the air.
lions, s were shaken, and persons
ritshod from stores und houses only
to see the cobblestones ami macadam
pavement uflumo, Some one sounded
an alarm of lire and the department
responded. By the time tnoy had the
hose attached to the plugs tho lire
had burned itself out.
Sergeant Mitchell Returns.
I'ollce Sergeant T. A. Mitchell re?
turned to the City yesterday after
spending two weeks ut Ills old home
mar Charlottsvlllo.
Hicks' Capudine Cures
! It is not a narcotic or dope but removes
the cause. Gel a bottle ami try it for
headaches, sour stomach, indigestion
: pains or colds. It's liquid?aiTccts im
I mediately- pleasant to take. Sold at
I all drug stores.
2908 WASHINGTON ?VE.
Newport News, Virginia
Rumor has boon started that wo intend to liiovo after the Ex
opsltlou. To this wo wish to Inform till Otlr patrons and friends,
that. We have moved to Newport News to slay, and have bought tt
residence, ami moved a large stock of seasonable mcrchhndiso here.
Wo intend to stay hero for all time, and from Hit? patronage that
we have received sliice we have been in Newport News wo uro
more than pleased.
Don't. l>d anyone mislead you by telling you that we are going
to move uway,
ThO same pplloy that we opened our store up on will forever lie
maintained: thai Is, "Better cioods for less money," and we carry
everything for ladies ami children.
Our Ladies Tailoring Department
is equal to that to be found in Fifth avenue, N. Y. We employ
none but the best MAN-TAILORS in this department.
We Guarantee a Fit Or No Money.
Standard Patterns for July?New StyleG Every Week, 10c and 15c.
Wedding Invitations and
Visiting Cards.
If you are thinking of haying n new plate made or need anything in
thin line, lot us nttend to it for yc?i
We do all kinds of copper plate works and turn out nothing but the
very finest work In this lino. ; - n, , . ? ,
. PALMER'S SONS
THE LEADING JEWELERS
2701 Washington Ave.
Hot. 1892.
MISS LOVING COMPELIED
TO TELL HORRIBLE TALE
(Continued from Kirnt Pago.)
Knead liad lold Ii Im that Theodore
Kstes had brought mo home the nlglil
lioforo in a drunken and unconscious
condition, and 'lie wanted uto to ex
plain to him what it all meant. I
went over and knolt down by lather
an(| put my arniH around him and ho
put In., arms around me, and as soon
as I could speak I told htm that
while I was In Lovlngston Theodore
Bates had asked fate to go driving
with him; that I first refused, hut
thai on Annie Kidd's insisting I did
go finally, but thought we would go
only n Utile ways. 1 did not put my
hut on: just thought It would he it
short, drive. We first drove out to
wards Oak Ridge station, droVo on'
about half n inih- to Oak Ridge sta
thm, Iben turnod nround and came
hack. Ue drove down through lx?v
lugs ton und stopped at his house.
Il<> told mo lie was going in hi
house :i minute, would I wait there
Iii??' hohl the horse until ho cum?'
hack. lie was In the house al'.uil
five <>r six minutes. lie clime hack
and we drove on down through Lov
Ingstou. through the Gup and down
i" low .Mr. Colcnuiu's old place and
turned around and came buck to?
wards Lovlngston. .lust before We
got to the (tap, he took out his hot
He of whiskey ami asked me to take
a drink of it. and I did lake a swnl
low of it. i told father l though! it
must have been drugged, because I
Immediately began to get dizzy am1
couldn't see things: everything com?
menced to dance before nie and I
naked him to take mo bom- at onco,
hitch to Lovlngston. When we gpj
lo where one road turns towards
Lnvt tigs top and the other up to tile
mountain road. Instead of turning to
wards Lovtligstoil lie started up the
mountain. I asked him to take me
homo at once, thai I was feeling very
badly and whs sick, lo please taki
me. He did not answer nie at all.
but drove on an rapidly as possible
leather then asked If he attempted
to assault me. I told him that he
had forced himself upon me. I tried
to resist him. I tried to push him
off; I scrcntnod but i suppose no one
beard me: that I resisted all I could,
but I could not keep him I Kick; that
he forced llimsolf upon me and. that I
then lost consciousness and did not
I remember nhylhlng after That until
I was at Mrs. Kidd's house that
night. When I told father that, he
got so white and unreal looking that
it scared mo. I ran out lo mother
and told her I believed 1 bad killed
my father."
Girl Under Cmus Examination.
At the conclusion of her BttVtemeill
Miss Loving regained her composure
and the cross examination by the
prosecution began.
Attorney Daniel Harmon presentee!
a map of the country over which the
buggy ride was taken anil asked that
Hie witness fix Hie point whom
Estos gave her a drink. She could
not remember exactly, but designated
the neighborhood. She was then
asked whore the assault occurred, lo
which she replied that it was after
she and Kstcs had turned up the
mountain road.
I "When did you remember regain?
ing consciousness?"
"During the night at Mrs. Kidd's."
"|)o you remember telling Mrs.'
Kldd that yon had taken loo largo a
drink and that you did that once he
fore at Hellevile?"
"No."
"Did you not get out of the buggy
and walk up Hie steep stnoB Into the
house without assistance?''
"No."
"The next morning did you see
Miss Slldllon, the dress maker?"
"Yes."
"Did not Mrs. Kstes. mother of
Theodore, come to see you on the
day after the assault and give you a
cup of chocolate?'1
"Yes."
"Did you not take breakfast at the
home of Mrs. Kldd on the following
morning?
"Yes."
The prosecution brought the state
ment from the witness that she had
not mentioned a single word of her
experience on the evening prior to
neonle she lne| on Hie same day. Sie
had talked pleasantly with the mother
of the victim on the morning of the
tragedy, but hat not incntlotted her
experience lo her. The witness was
asked If lr,foro she went buggy riding
If she had not taken a drink of whin
key nt Kstes' store, lo which she re?
plied, "yes."
"Did vou drink In Kstes' store on
Easter?"
The attorneys for the defense oh
looted to the question and the Jury
left the COUrt room.
Mr. Bouldlng who was condttctlnc
the cross examination said that his
motive in asking the question, was to
show that Miss Loving was In the
habit of drinking whiskey. However,
the prosecution waived the question
without Judge Barksdale rendering
an opinion, but intimated Hint P
might be brought up again at the
proper time.
Mr. Bouldlng stated that he ex?
pected to show Hint Theodore Kstes
was guilty of no Impropriety towards
Miss Loving. The jury was brought
back Into the court room and the
questioning resumed.
Miss Loving In answer to questions
stated (hat she was an expert horse,
woman anil weighed 140 pounds. This,
concluded the cross examination anil
court adjourned for the day.
?lodge Lovina, to Come.
Judge Loving was recalled at 11:15
this morning. Proceeding with his
testimony, he said his brother-in-law,
Harry Snood, (old him his daughter
on returning from the drive was de?
lirious, unconscious and helpless.
Sneed saw her rolling on the bed
her eyes half cloned. She didn't re?
cognize anybody. Witness snld bin
daughter told him Kstes had defiled
her after drugging fter,
"1 asked my daughter when wo
met.'* paid Judge Loving, trembling,
"If tin assault war. attempted.
"She replied:
"'lie forced himself upon me. 1
trie,] to resist lilm and could m>t. I
tried to scream, but 1 suppose uu one
heard mo.' I
"This story swept over me like uj
thunderbolt. My daughter was my
pride (sobblugly). I admired her
purity. 1 would have killed any man
who whispered anything about her
To know that she bus been thus do
tiled rendered my heart si rings ami
there was no power that could have
restrained my hand."
Judge Loving was so overcome, ho
said: "I must ask the court to ex?
cuse mo a moment. Ho bowed his
head for a minute and wept.
Witness, before this climax, stated
that he refused io go to Lovlngston
after Lizzie for fear he couldn't re?
strain himself. In an interview with
his daughter, he told her ho would
he guided by what she said.
The girl slated that lOstes Induced
her to drink liquor. Dizziness fol
lowed almost Instantly. Shortly after
the nlleged attempt, she became to?
tally unconscious. The outrage oc?
curred when Kstos. against her will,
took her Into n side road.
Witness told of his excessive
drinking in 1SS7. and while In the
Legislature. lie bad delirium trem?
ens, lost his practice and sold out.
Sprees lasted sometimes for weeks,
lie took the Keelev cure in [HOT,. Ho
ein ckctl up at the Instance of hl i
wife and friends, lie hail drunk
nothing for two months L'Pforo tho
homicide.
The rest of Judge Loy lug's direct
testimony was corroborative of evi?
dence already adduced. Just before
Ivo shot. Judge said he used ibo
words: "You are the young man thai
lakes young ladies out at night buggy
riding and drug and ruin Ihctn."
Cross-examined concerning his
statement made at the preliminary
Inqulry, Judge Loving admitted lu
said he was not Insane, lie could
not remember whether hi' said he
bad acted deliberately. His last two
sprees were in October, (*!?">. and
(?'binary. 100". lb- didn't think he
limn had delirium tremens. Ho stood
the cross-oxnmlnntlon well. Ills
whole testimony consumed forty-five
minutes.
Pew Interrogatories were ma.de by
the prosecution.. ,
Harry Sncccl Follows.
Harry Sliced, who related tho drive
incident (o Judge Loving, was the
next witness, lie found his niece in
lied. Annie Kidd was bit till lie her
head with camphor. The girl was
unconscious; did not recognize wit?
ness; half open eyes rolling wildly
around. She even asked who. her un?
cle was. Ksles Insisted jhut a doe
tor was unnecessary, hut when wit?
ness start?'d to go, ran ahead for the
doctor himself.
W. 11. Lee told Sliced later that the
doctor suhl that Lizzie was drunk:
ilia I Sliced should inform Loving
Witness said he informed the accused
as narrated.
Witness, cross-examined, said he
told Loving he found his daughter
unconscious.
"Did yoil attempt to stop Judge
Loving when the latter went in quest
Of HstCH?"
"Can't say I did. I rode over to
Lovingston to see what happened "
Witness tpld Judge living that the
coii]de returned late at night, though
lie did not know the hour. It was
after dark. Ho wouldn't ndmt'.t it was
7:-If..
Tho prosecution nsked If Snced
hadn't gone after Loving Monday nt
the Instance of Mrs. Loving to pre?
vent trouble. The question was for?
bidden.
Says Ryan Is Taking No Part in Trial
Roveriy It. Harrison, of Amberst*
county, who is allending the trial of
Judge Loving, said today that the re?
port that Thomas 1-'. Ryan, of New
York, is hacking Loving, is Incorrect.
Mr. Harrison said that he was In I
a position to say that Ryan was tak?
ing absolutely no part in the trial.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE IN THE UW'Y OK
NEWPORT NEWS.
By virtue of a deed of trust exe?
cuted by Nathaniel II. Turner and El?
len 1). Turner, his wife to the under?
signed as Trustee bearing date the
Ulli day of March. i002, and record
ed In the Clerk's office of the Cor?
poration Court of .Newport News, Vir?
ginia, in Deed Book No. 22, page 25$,
and at the request of the hohler of
the notes therein secured, I will sell
at public auction on tho premises (No.
126 32ntl street), in the City of New?
port News, Virginia, op Sal unlay,
.lime 29, 1907, at lb o'clock of that
day, tiie following described proper?
ty, to wit:
All that, certain piece, parcel or lot
of ground, lying and being in the City
of Newport News. Virginia, and de?
scribed as follows, to wit: llegln
ning for the same at a point on the
southerly line of Thirty-second ttroel
at Ibo did a nee of three hundred feet
easterly from the intersection of eas?
terly line of West, avenue with said
southerly line of Thirty-second street;
thence running easterly along said
southerly line of said Thirty-second
street twenty-five foot; thence south?
erly parallel with West avenue one
hundred feel; thence Westerly paral?
lel with said Thirty-second street
twenty-five feet; thence northerly
one hundred feet to the point of be?
ginning 1/'tween Washington and
West avenue:;; being lot No. ,'!7, in
Block No. 183, on a certain map en?
titled "Map of Part or tin; City of
Newport News, Virginia, which said
map Is recorded In tho Clerk's Office
of the Corporation Court of Newport
News, lu Plat Rook No 1. page 2.
This lot is to bo sold subject to a
deed of trust recorded In IVr-d Rook
No. 22. page 257. said Clerk's Office
:.e( iirlng tho principal sum of $3,150.
00. upon which there is now about
$170.00 of Interest due, the payment
of which principal and interest I lie
purchaser of (he above property will
have to assume.
Terms: Cash.
JOHN WEYMOUTH.
W. T. CI1APIN. Crier. Trustee.
June 18, 1907. 6-20-lOt.
If
You
Never
Risk
You
Never
Gain
But there is No Risk
in Daily Press Class?
ified Ads. & jm j??
If you have a Room to Rent,
If you want Help,
If you have something to Sell,
Put an Rd in the Classified col
urns of the Daily Press.
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WANTED?POSITION BY YOU NO
lady of experience in office work
and stenography. Address "K,"
care Daily Press. G 26-OL
WANTED?BOY ABOUT 10 YEA BS
old to learn Plnno biisluoss. FER
airssoN music CO., 2"*.? Thirty^
first street. 0-2<;-3l.
WANTED--1.000 LAOI.--S TSUB
se.rll?e for tlis Deugi-err. Regular
price nn conls year, during June
July and August the price is 2G
cents. Subscribe to America's pop?
ul?r fashion book. THE BOSTON
STORE, 2'JOS Washington avenue,
(i 21-Gt.
WANTED RENTERS TO SEE
that 7-room bouse wo offer on
Twehty-tlfth street, between Roan
oka and Chestnut avenue for only
$1,200. $.!un cash and $12.50 per
.month. Fine location, SOMMER
VII.I.F. TRUST CO., (Incorporated).
0-23-31.
WANTED?TO LOA N, $5,000. FIRST
mortgage at fi 1-2 per cent. Only
cost to borrower is to examine the
title. In answer give number of
lot and block. Address box 130,
Newport News, or boll phone 401,
Hampton. ti-22-OL
WANTED ? FIRST-CLASS SHIP
joiners. Apply HARLAN & HOL
L1NG8WORTH Corporation. Wil?
mington, Delaware. 0-22-Ct.
WANTED?PANAMA AND STRAW
hata to be cleaned, blocked or re?
fitted with sweat minds and rib?
bons. Our work is nil done at
home. THE HUB. Academy of
Music bhlg. Both phones. 5-23-tf
WANTED?TO BUY, REDL OR EX
chnngo furniture and stoves. C. W.
LEWIS, 2502 Huntington ava.
S-17-8m
WANTED?LA?1 RS, CHILDREN AND
gents' clothes to bo cleaned, pressed
dyed, etc.; work the best; prices
reasonable. THE HUB CLEANING
ft PRESSING CO.,- 211 33rd 81.
Both PhoncB. f-17-tf
WANTED?To secure lodging and
board for you. 300 of tho most de
Rlrahlo homes In tho city uro llwt
ed with uu and wo can surely suit
you. Exposition Holol and Accom?
modation Excbungo, H. B. Ball.
Mgr., ut the Real Estate and Insur?
ance Office Nelms & Co.. Inc.. 2517
Washington Ave., Newport News,
Va.
WANTED?THisJ PEOPLE TO KNOW
we urn buying and selling new and
second-band Furniture. Meanick &
Cheadle, 2500 Huntington aro
S-2-3m
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
The
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
will consider placing Its
N10W PORT MOWS AGENCY
and territory with the right party.
Address
C. m. HEUBLE1N, Agency Director,
MOW YORK LIFE, Richmond, Va.
t;-2(;:;t.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
TO THE HOLDERS OK THE COM
MON STOCK OF THE JAMES?
TOWN EXPOSITION COMPANY:
A meeting of the holders of the
common stock of the Jamestown IOx
posltion Company Is called for Fri?
day, July 5, 1907, at 1:00 o'clock p.
in., in the Directors' Room at the Aud?
itorium Building, on the Exposition
grounds, to ratify the action of the
Directors; in authorizing the deed of
trust June ISth, 1 ;?<>7, to sectird the
Company's creditors.
By order of Directors.
G. T. SHEPHERD. Secretary,
0-22-td. Jamestown Exposition Co.
Auction Sale of Jewelry!
On Friday, June 28. 1907. at 11:00
o'clock a. m., In front of the Court
I lout;:!, I will sell at public auction,
nine diamond rings, one diamond
scarf pin and one diamond and pearl
brooch.
The above jewelry was recovered
In Philadelphia, for the benefit of the
BANK RUPT r.STATE OF EVERETT
F. ARRITT.
TERMS: Cash.
C. C. CURTIS. Constat'le.
C-26 3t. Auctioneer
FOR RENT.
FOH KENT?* URNISHED ?UOM
modern convbhtoncea; terms reas?
onable. 229 Thirty-fifth strebt.
013 Im.
FUR RENT?ELEVEN-ROOM FUR?
NISH I0O hoiiflo in fusblouabla
uolgbborhood. Apply to RICHARD
WALKER, 3102 Washington avH>
nuo. 4-2G-tf.
FOR SALE?RICO INI A MUSIC BOX
?Just the ihing for making money.
On easy terms. Address, MUSIC
HOX, care Daily Cross office. G-25-3t
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE?GASOLINE LAUNCH?
"Linlcy K." will be sold al Public
And ion at "Pleasure Pier," New
pori News. Va., at 2 p. ni. July I,
1907, FOR CASH, unless sooner
disposed of by me at private sale.
C. A. ASII1IY Trustee. C-23-ttti
FOR SALIC EXCELLENT 8-ROOM
house on Forly-elghlh street, near
Washington avenue, only $2,760.
Just $:!?n rash, assume straight t>
per cent. loan. $1,500 and balance
1. 2 and 3 years; new bath fixtures.
Near tho river. SOMMERVILLE
TRI ST et)., (incorporated). 6-23-31.
FOR SALIC?UNUSUALLY COSY
eot tag?-; 5 rooms, in sight of
"Ilampion Roads.'' only $850: $2f?o
cash; balance $ir, per month. It
will certainly please you. See us
nboui it. SOMMERVILLE TRUST
CO., (Incorporated). 6-23-3L
LOTH FOR SALI! OR LFAS3H IN ALU
pnrls of tho city. Call nnd gat
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO.. Hotel Warwick building.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ISPECIAL NOTICE?FOR $1.000 WE
can sell you a 7-rooin bouse on'
Twenty-fifth street near Chestnut
avenue. Just $2n0 cash and $10 per
month, Simple Interest; no loan on
it. See it al once. Rents at $10.
The rent nearly pays for it. Good
way to gei a Imme. SOMMER
VILLE TRUST CO.. (Incorporated).
6-23 ::t.
I LADIES! I HAVE DISPOSED OF
the services of Miss Irviu, she is
no longer 1? my employ. I have
secured Ilie services of Mrs. An?
gels, a noted Marcel waver and ox
pert in nil branches. Yours truly.
H. O. NICHOLAS. Prop. NICHO?
LAS' HAIR DRESSING PARLOR,
20.". Twenty seventh street.
HELP WANTED MALE.
CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED IN
your territory; experience unneces?
sary. Salary and expenses, or com?
mission. PEERLESS CIGAR CO..
Toledo, Ohio. 6-23-21.
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
OLD DOMINION HAGGAGE TRANS
fcr; offices C. &. O. btatlon.
'Phones. Hell Nob. 401 and 135;
Cltz., No. 12.
CL.? ?? -? 'S
PERMANENT SALARIED POSITIONS
forwveral really hiRh grade ?peclaltjr mleimen?Um
kind no miliirv i.ir.-r would ordin?r II? Interest ?men
wlioi-nn om it !.>"' *:.?>?> ii year MlfllM IiIkIi Kindo
linen, lounj mii ci's^uIs.ilertri>.?iiImvliih'i'sinbllilNd
trndf we i an olTor oxcelleni |>ro|ioaltlon? wllli boiiio
of Um large;wall known hounpa wo atv ?erring,
Wrlln us IihIbv Klnllnir experlei. und salary ?"?
idrml. Offices IK 13 c'tles. Vonjtdcntial tcrvtct /or |
then now employed,
HAPUOODS (Inc.) Brain Brokers. .
1212 C:sc:r.wcilib Truit Bldg.. FhUaielfMa
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF $50
to $1.000 at 6 per ccut. Merchants
Mechanics Savings Association, Al?
lan D. Jones, Secretary and Attor
noy. First Nntlonal Dank Ruibling.
UNDERTAKER
W. E. SOUSE BEGS TO AN
nouuee that he will have completed
lu the next few weeks, one of the
most up-todate undertaker's estab?
lishments In the State. With a
Mortuary sufficiently large fov
most funerals, a show room aunlp
pod with tho latest Improved Bhow
casus, and with two assistants and
two licensed euihalmorn, and tha
most modern paraphorualla, ha Is
prepared to give tho beat Of bot
vice to all cluflsuu. 2S4-2S6 Twen?
ty-fifth street. Both phones, 6L;t
residence, 110. R-31-Cm.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Modem H"rvlce, with rroftiihi-ninllft p.nuaj to
IheBont. TV\o LICKNBKD KMRAL&rBRS, en
olillr.R ine to felve Ik my patrons the bent o
intention at uioitfiate pit.
Phone, Oftlce?Hoth l'hoiie? Mo. ).
Residence 1'liono?Mr. C'ntToo It
Mr. Oveiton, IH.V

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