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Y?wum Orden frompIlT Fl i*d. Our Annual August Clearance Sale Continues All This Week On the Baseball Diamond (flr:,t NATIONAL LEAGUE. , Results Yesterday. Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 2. New York, 0; Chicago, 2 game, els TW Innings). New York, 5; Chicago, ? (second game). Boston, 3; Cincinnati, 5. Philadelphia, 3: St. Louis, 2. Standing of the Clubs. Won l>ost Pittsburg. 83 Chicago. 78 New, York. 69 Cincinnati. 58 Philadelphia. 55 St. I<ouis. 45 Brooklyn .". 41 Boston . 32 Where They Play Today. Pittfburg at Boston. Chicago at New Y< rk. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Philadelphia 32 38 45 56 t:i 71 AMERICAN LEAGUE. P.C. .726 .?72 j 6U5 .508 .474 .3X8 .353 .271 Piratea Make Clean Sweep. BOOKLYN. N. Y. Aug. 30? The Ptttshurgs made it four straight by winning their get away game of the. season here today. 2 to 1. The win? ning tally was a gift on a wild throw by Bergen, the only error of the con? tent. Pitcher Datat, of the Winston Salem team. Joined the Brooklyns today. R 11 b .. 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 0?2 7 0 .. 0 000 1 0000?1 5 1 Lelfcld and Gloson: Me Borgen. Time, 1:27. I'm Results Yesterday. Chicago, 0; Philadelphia, 5. Cleveland, 4; Boston, 2. St. Louis, 8; Washington. 0. Standing of the Clubs. Won Lost Detroit . 76 43 Philadelphia. 74 46 Boston . 73 49 Cleveland . ?1 60 Chleago. 59 ?0 New York . 53 65 St. Umle . 49 68 ^Washinp'on. 3il 87 P.C. .639 .617 .099 .504 .496 ' .449 l .419 * I Score: Pittsburg . Brooklyn . Batteries Intyre and plres. O'Day and Kane. Rede Mftn Out in Tenth. BOSTON. MASS.. Aug. 30.?Cln cinnatl won au ui>hlll ten Inning con-j teat from Boston today. 5 to .'!. Kor-, guson weakened in the last half of the game, while Rowan grew strong? er. I Score: R H i| Cincinnati .. 0 1 0 00 2 0 0 0 2?5 6 0 Beaton _ 210000000 0?S 5 3 Batteries; Rowan and Clark; Fer ruson and Graham, Time, 2 bour3. J Umpire, Emslie. Earie Moore Wins Another. PHILADELPHIA, PA., Aug. 30.? Philadelphia today won the fourth straight game from St. IjouIs, the score being, 3 to 2. Moore waa very effective except in the ninth. First game: R H E Philadelphia . 100101 0 j x?3 7 1 St. Louis_ 0000000^)2?2 6 1 Batteries: Moore ana Dooln; Har-' moa. Lush and Phclps. Time, I:gh Umpire. Rlgier. Where They Play Today. Beates at Detroit. New York at Cleveland. Washington at St Ixmls. Phialdelphla at Chicago Athletics Pound Scott. CHICAGO. ILLS., Aug. 30? Phila? delphia pounded Scott hard in the first two Innings and won easily. 5 to 0. Suter replaced Scott In the third and allowed one run, a home run drive Into the loft field bleachers by Murphy In the sixth. Plank m id the locals to one hit until the ninth when two more were mafjfft Score: R H E Chicago .. .. 0 0000000 0?0 3 3 Philadelphia . 1 -1000 100 0?5 7 0 Batteries: Scott. Suter and Qwi?;j Plunk and Thomas. Time, 1:40. Um? pires and O'Lougulln. Senators Whitewashed. OT. LOUI8. MO.. Aug. SO.?St. Louis defeated Washington today, S to 0. Score: RH K St. Louis _ 2 110 113 0 x?8 11 3 Washington .. 0 0 0000000?0 7 3 Batteries: Bailey and Crtger; Groom and Street. Time, 1:05 Um? pire Kgan. Even-break at Chicago. NEW YORK, Aug. 30?Chicago and New York split even in today's doable header, exchanging shut outs. The visitors took the first game 2 to 0, after eleven innings of play, while the locals captured the second 5 to 0. First game. Score: R H K Chicago ...00 000 00000 2?5 f l New York, oonooonooof)?0 C \ Batteries?Pfelster and Archer Ames and Schlei. Time 2:15. Um? pires Johnston and Klem. Second game ' Score: RHP Chicago -nnnooof.oo?f? 5 2 New York .. .0 n o 0 5 a no x?6 6 1 Batteries? Boetbarh and Archer: Matbewaoa and Myers Tlaaa 1:39. Umpires Klent and Johnstoae. Cleveland Beats Boston. CLHVELAND. OHIO. Aug. 30.? Cleveland defeated Boston 4 to 2 to? day. Wood wa<< hit safely when bits counted for runs and his wildness 'helped the runners around. Score: R II K Cleveland_00l0 1020x?4 9 1 Boston . 0010000 10?2 12 0 Batteries: Bergerand Bomls; Wood, Hall and Carrigjan. Time, 1:06. L'm pires, Kerin and Connolly. VIRGINIA LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. Norfolk. 2; Roanoke, 1 (seventh in? nings, darkness). Daaville. 4: Portsmouth, 9. Lyncbburg. 0: Richmond. 2. Standing of the Clubs. Won Lo?i P C Roanoke. 64 Norfolk . 62 Danville . 56 Richmond. 64 Portsmouth . 47 Lynchburg. 47 44 47 .">."> :.h 63 64 .5*9' .5001 491 .428 .424 Where They Play Today. Roannkr at N<-rfolk. Richmond at i.ynehhure Atirtsmouth at Danville TODAY VOU REGRET THAT YOU DID NOT BUY THAT HOME VOU ARk NOW RENTING. MAO THE RENT MONEY VOU HAVE PAIO OUT THE PAST FIVE. SIX r?p> SEVEN YEARS BEEN AP? PLIED TO THE PURCHASE PRICE OP THE PROPERTY IT WOOLO OR NEARLY HAVE BEEN PAIO FOR AT THIS TIME AltO VOU WOULD OWN A DEEO IN STEAL OF A BUNDLE Of RENT RECEIPTS BEGIN THEN TODAY. THE PURCHASING OP A HOME?BUY IT FOB YOURSELF INSTEAD OF SOME ONE ELSE. THE PRESENT IB A MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TIME TO BUY EITHER RESIDENTIAL OR RUB4NEBB PROPERTY IN NEWPORT NEWS. WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE BAP GAINS TO OFFEP. AND ON TERMS TO SUIT VOU. MAY WE NOT TALK THE asATTER OVER" Old Dominion Land Co.. j HOTEL WARWICK BUILD! N O [DEPUTY SHERIFF SYKES DIES FROM HIS WOUNDS Norfolk Officer 8hot by Negro High? waymen Who Made Good Their Escape. (By Associated ?rcss). NORFOLK. VA.. Aug. S?.?Deputy I Sheriff J. W. Syke?, of Norfolk county, dled last uight from wounds Inflicted by one of thn-e negro highwaymen. I They had tx-on placed und?r arrest by him and <wo s|>ecial officers in South Norfolk Saturday night. The negroes escaped and fled. JJTERRIBLY INJURED BY GRIZZLY. I _ Montana Man Fights With Bear to Rescue Child. (By Associated Press). NYAK. MONT., Aug. 30.?James Doolittlc, a homcHteader near here, was probably fatally wounded in res cuing his 4-year-old daughter frcm a grisxly bear, which hail picked her up and taken her some 20(1 yards away. DooHttle hearing the child's screams gave chase on horseback. The horse fell and Doollt tic's lag PBI broken. The grizzly turned and claw? ed him In o frightful manner, dlsom hnwling him and crushing both legs and arms to a pulp. Aside frcm a few scratches the baby was uninjured. Caught bv Posas. tRy Associated iTesa.) RALKICH, N. C. Aug. SO.?Elijah Harnes, a negro, who attempted criminal assault on a woman two miles from Wilson, Friday afternoon, was captured by a'posse from Elm City yesterday afternoon near that town. He Is now in Wilson county Jail. Posse Pursuing Negro. (By Associated Press.) RAI.KIOH, N. C Aug. SO ?A das-! tardly attempt at criminal assault was made last night by a middle aged I negro. Rufus Redman. Mrs. W. D. | Bowden. the wife of a prominent Franklin county planter, was the vic? tim. There is much excitement today throtigtuut the two counties and It is reported that there is a posse in. search of the negro and mob violence . may result if the negro is caught. I Earl Grey Has Narrow Escape. (By Associated Press). VIRTORIA. H. C. Aug. SO?Earl Orey, governor-general of Canada,' who returned here today from l>aw-j son atul Skaway by the government steamer Quadra had a narrow escape from death while lost in the woods or Jervls Inlet for live and a half hours last Saturday during a shooting ex-' perience. He wsb without compan? ions other than his dog. Raid Virginia Still. (By Associated Prsss.) BRISTOL TENN., Aug. SS.?A spe? cial from Wlse_ Va., says that a reve? nue raiding squad, headed by Deputy Collectors J. F. Alley and W. B. Lud ington returned today from a tSJCaaa ful raid upon a large illicit distillery In that county. They took nine men prisoners and destroyed a large quan? tity of liquor. Among the prisoners is a former Justice of tile peace. Settled Out of Court. The case of Jessie Cooke. charged by William Humphries with the lar ceny of a launch, was settled out of court last night and the charge will be withdrawn. Cooke used a boat belonging to Humphries, but had no intention of stealing it. Aviation Week Ends. (By Associated Press). RHEIMS. Aug. 30? Aviation week <arae to a close today. A gala break? fast was given by the committee or organizations in bonor of the aviators. There srere over .">oo guests present. Kisses and Scisnce. Doctors hsve again been trying the experiment of having a girl kissed by s msn of hairless lip rnd tben by one with a mustache, the game of the scientific sharps being to ascertain whifb salute resulted in the greater deposit of microbes. However, the merits of any such experiment would be decided by the girl on wholly dif ferent grounds. A Difference In Garters. She waa on ber way down the sub-1 wey steps. At the foot stooped yonag man wboee garter bad slipped froea some mysterious mooring. He had calmly pulled np his trousers a foot or so end was adjusting the el as tic He did it as a matter of coarse end nobody erpn glsnced st bin "Now. hist suppose I did thst." mar mnred the yoang woman to herself I re passing "Oh. my"*?New York Beware of **Tonlcs." Assaulter of fart there Is no sorb ?'na as a tonic There are foods, sad there are stimulants The former make energy, the Utter occasion manifestation of energy For this par poee the etlmnlaat bor tows energy free? tomorrow's store And when Th?n you borrow And agate, oetli the i see reo Of vitality to ex haust en And collapse - Esc h T?r? Cc C #**it rtt ^?f ' t ifj). his people east country, willed his ? stni re the paor of Loa de?, and bis body to be throws hatn the eea a mile he BhmJBah eheee Aamther. eyi s good liver, itestreg thai every day a aew cooking recipe BITTEN BY FIERCE DOG. Alderman Petzold Has Painful Ex? perience on Petersburg Street. Mr. H, C. Petzold, alderman trom the Third ward. retunMaJ home Sun? day from Petersburg. Mr. Potzotu is limping with a badly laseerated leg as the result of a d< g Met, He was walking along Adams street In Pe? tersburg several days ago when he camo upon two dogs fighting. One of the animals made a sudden rush at Mr. Pc taold and Ml him savagely on the left leg just below the knee. Mr. Petzold had the wound cauter? ized and requested the chief of police to hold the dog for ten days to sec whether or not It develops rabies. \Va\j\Vv\oA. May\?^r?a\\ouA\/ ovc,xcqtu?? by y * tTftCT VKSw.aX c$u\s WaVVbc as WxaVvve, t6TOe*\ySytuvwjr^stVvx\r cJ6e?TO.wtA\c>v enaUvS rjst%)|ni tegular m?>\\s&a\\\y soWwX afiMatattto nature. TftOy DP rJrdaWfcy ?tt\>StttC4 w\\K whcTAWO VoiV^CT ntttkd.OS Wv&besl oj n.TOv^\v.r. wWro^uvrca art teassiM na\urc.Q\vavto\ \c suypVuvX i\tv T\aUvr\x\ ^ncV\ows.\vVi\t\x\x\u>X ifcpcatVx?tv? nvoA?v upon ^ro\xr wounsUTOextX;, proper e$r\s.Gud n#\\ V\u$ $er?ta\\y. It ;S V>vrc\>.-.Q\<i5u?s o' vo^Nu ft* $cmn<W, C ALIFO R Nj A Fic Syrup Co. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS OMtSUCOHLV-StGULAB PSl<.t 50' PCS BOTTLE Academy of Music TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st., Samuel E. Rork's Spectacular Musical Extravaganza. THE LAND OF NOD" Sixty people, mostly girls. Prices 25c to i'.rj). Seats on sale Friday. f ICiOElY tm%*\" SFPT. 2nd! Jos. and Wm. W. Jefferson I and excellent company in Bronson' Howards' fjhreateal Comedy "THE HENRIETTA" I Prices, 25c to 11.50. Seats on sale' today. ACADEMY '8h?tv SEPT. 3 NUM. tw01rv S dreeaatlxetlea of AUGUSTA J. EVANS afh e B"i hmoiu Soil here 3|| P I 111 In Rom.ua? Wla aasllllU Interpreted t.v a Metropolitan <'??t, com i.osed nf Maurice Wliktnuon. ?rederb k Herrtv, Llnaav Hall, Kathe'ttif M/Woed. Rotierla brrnnao, Dorothy Crane and Marie Pert. Priesa ? 1st |1 km S?aia ou ?ste Tuesday. Down went McGinty, and so Is our $250 THREE PIECE BED? ROOM SUIT going down rapidly. Stop the downward march. Who will rescue lt? Will you be the lucky one? Do today, before it is too late. Re? duced $5.00 per day. except Sun day, until sold. Price August 16 .$2? Price August 17 . 240 Price August 18 . 235 Price August 19 . 230 Price August 20 .C2S Price August 21 . 220 Price August 23 .-215 Price August 24 . 210 lYioe August 25 .20? Price August 26 .200 Price August 27 . 195 Price August 28 .124) Price Today $185 Don't put off buying too long You may miss It. M. H. Lash 2S03 5 7 Washington Ave, Newport Newa. Va. NOTICE. T'1 ll>. '?!?.. and to the creditor* j of Watctmar. A Smith. This is to not I fy yew ;hnt th~ flrm of Waterman *' Smith, partners, doing a general plumbing husmes? at \'n 2J' 2.".?h St. haw this day by mutual consent, dissolved partner hip. the Brm eoo tlaulng under the name of Stanley T Smith fJMMB. bavfag purrhased Waterman s interest In said business, will collect all debts doe the firm an?t will assume all iadevteeneeee auslast said Arm FRAVK A WATERMAN. ST A XI JET T. SMITH I wl?b to tbaak the pablie for Its liberal pairofiaupr ra the past, sad heg to solicH a umUaa?cc af same I fr-.n m? '? ? : <-.r th. r? ? Arn. I FRANK A WAT?Me\X. Into "The Babel of Nowadays" The Classified Ad. Brings System! Want advertising classifies the clashing voices of the day?"the confused sounds of the mirket place." It evolves order out of contusion, and makes intelligible and coherent the desires, the hopes, and immediate aspirations of the people. You can "say your say" in a Classified Ad. and be heard and heeded! & j0 WANTED. FOR SaLE. SPECIAL NOTICES. WANTBD?YOUNG MAN* OVER 11 FOR SALE?GOOD DARK MARE; years to learn drug business. Apply i good lor delivery, gentle and not A CAD EM V PHARMACY, 33rd. ana' afraid of anything, j. W. SNYDEit, Washington Ave. 9-2. | Morrison, Va. Bor 27. 9-2. WANTBD?VACANT PROPERTY for equity in store and flat rent? ing at $144. near good business corner. SOMMERVJLLE TRUST CO.. Inc. L WANTED?FIRST CLASS SHIP joiners. Apply by letter or In poi? son to the NEWI*ORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING < & DRY DOCK COMPANY, Newport News, Va. tr WE ARE IN POSITION TO DO the most expert tuning and n pair? ing. Phone us, call or drop us a card. Call next week and see and hear the celebrated Harmonist Player Piano. FERGUSON MUSIC CO.. 227 Thirty-first street. U. FOR SALE?NICE e ROOM D WE Id? ling near Madison and Twenty eighth street?bath, latrobe, electric lights, gas. Only $1.8o0, $500 cash VISIT THE COOLEST POOL and $20 monthly. A bargain. SOM-j billiard parlor in the city. MERVILLE TRUST CO., Inc. Lj | KEN8, 2606 AND BOlILr Washington Ave. WANTED ? RAILWAY MAIL clerks, postofflce clerks, carriers. Examinations In Newport News Nov. 17. Preparation free. Frank? lin institute. Dept. 395 E. Roches? ter, N. Y. 9-4. FOR SALE?NICE HOME AND LOT HOvV ABOUT THOSE OLD BII?LST near Chestnut Ave; good section. Reduced to $1,200; easy term;.. SOMMERVILLE TRI ST CO., Inc. La. - WANTED?A GOOD. YOUNG WORK horse, weighing from 1100 to 11200 pounds. Apply at OLD DOMINION LAND COMPANY'S OFFICE, Hotel Warwick Building. tf. WANTED?TO BUY, SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stores, C. W. LEWIS, 25U2 Huntington Ave. for sale! FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL, sLIGHT ly used StiefT Piano at a remarK ably low price. Also many other instruments for sale at the lowest prices. Pianos rented at $1.00 per week. FERGUSON MUSIC CO., 227 Thirty-first street. tf. We can collect them. Guarantee to collect or no charge. GBO C BLAND, room 2. Culeman Bidg. FOR SALE?CORNER LOT ON JE> - ferson. Reduced to $5">0, to raise some quick cash. SOMMERVII.LE TRUST CO.. Inc. L FOR FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING SEE WARWICK PRINTING CO.. 213 Twenty-fifth Street tf NORFOLK TALLOW CO.?DEAD I animkls removed free of charge by C. H. SCHOFIELD. 'phone 84 U Hampton, Va. PET YOUR FRUIT JARS FROM ? HA UN'S. 3204 Washington Ave. tf. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?SMALL FLAT, sell? able for light housekeeping. Ap . ply :!20O West Ave. I. TRUSTEE'S SALE. A Magnificent Shoe Factory for rent?6-room Plaut ' *ith bHta a"d By virtue ol a aeeo ol trust made the 10th day of October, 1904, to Walter' Charnlcy, trustee, by the Eagle Shoe FOR Manufacturing Company, of record in the clerk's office of the Corporation Court of the city of Newport Newa, Va., default having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured, the undersigned substituted trust** in the said deed will proceed to etil on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH, 190S, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M_ on the premises, by public auction for casa, the following property, namely; All those certain lots of lano, shown, designated and BWWerfh d on a certain map or plat of part of the City of Newport News. Virginia, to be found on record In toe derk's office of the Corpora-1 tion Court for the city of New sewer only $8. A bargain. ViLLE TRUST CO.. Inc RENT?TWO ROOMS, suitable for two young men or a married couple, :;i4 Twen? ty-eighth street AH conveniences. 9 2 TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON BLAIR AVENUE, NEAR THE BOULEVARD. By virtue of a deed of trust to tbo undersigned, executed by L. S. Cot trell and wife, dited January 17. W<. DWELLING ' aSal recorded in Trust Deed Book N<> connection. ? at l'aSe lf>1- ip tne dark's Office SOMMER- "f tne Corporation Court, of Elizabeth I City County, Virginia, default hav _ _J ing been made in the payment of the FURNISHED' !'"nds and Dotes serured thereunder by that certain deed of trust execut port News, in plat book number one. ^ by A R ?lircnw aBd wlfe page three, by the lota numbered * Add)?. s, Blirrh<.r ,? tnr ?ndcrsigne? to 12. both Inclusive, and ?1 to 64. cs trustee, which U of ncord in the both inclusive. In block nuta*N?r Si. Clerk's Office or the Circuit Court for together with all and singular the the County of Warwick, and bavin* buildings and Improvements, rights, been requested so to do by tbe hold ?aecments and appurtcnaaces situate ers of tbe notes evidencing said fn tnereon and belonging thereto, Includ- debteJness. I shall proceed or. rng the factory building and out-, Saturday. September 4. 1909. bulkhngs. and all machinery toots, *' o'clock a. m, on the prr ra? ises, to make sale of the following valuable real estate at public auction. :o the h'gbest bidder, for CASH lit j hand: All tha; certain tract of land. I situated in the Coun-v of Werwie*. State o? Virginia, bounded on tbe and being requested so to do by the beneficiaries therein I will proceed to sell at public auction in front*of tin; premises at 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1909. the following property: ? All that certain lot of land situated ? Elizabeth City Count/, \irgiuia. .ind known as iot No. Four (4) in P.kvk No. Eleven (11) as shown on a map of the proi?erty of The New T,7.Na.' port News, Hampton & Old Point De Ptcneli ?''.opment Co.. made by Rraxtm jj j ( nandl^r and Marye. Civil Engineers. ' ami recorded in the same cleik SALE OF VALUABLE LAND ~ I r,ce in 1>cwl n"?k ^J1!^ **** *L _ '."22 and .".23. with all the improve Default having been made in tbe and ,oc appurtenaace* payment of the indebtedness secured ihereto belonging: .1 TERMS:?CASH. A deposit of Slfto.rtO will be required at the tim TO LET TWO OR THREE ROOMS, suitable for light housekeeping. I Apply 312. Fifty-first St $-1 | TRANSFER COMPANIES. | OLD DOMINION BAGGAGB fer; offices C. A O. Station. Citx. and Bell. ?X ?nts and equipments belonging thereto and constituting a part of its plant, whether aan> xed to the free hold or not. A C. OARRKTT. of sale Terms to be complied with within ten days or the premises t'? be re-sold at the risk of the default ing pur'.oaaer. W. T STAtFFER f-7 Trustee UNDERTAKERS. w e. rouse~~ Office end Showroom 234-23? 25th St fhenee 51. Tea. IK) Substituted Trastee aader Dewd af north by CorbhVB, Reisers', a Tnaat j Craft's tract*, on the east by Or jand Gambol ? estate, on the anal SEALEO BIOS. |?B>I by Menrh. and >m tbe west -Ithc lands of Mencb. Oid J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND balmer. OSce 'I boaee. Bell and Cits. Nn L Beau >nce. Bell No. tl. Msa Tbe undersigned ask for sewed bids ' '-and Omiwny. Burcber. CTandcd and on i he follow c p-r, The -ods t R?we and tbe county mad. Sabal fountain. Svtures and ap.iaratu* at '?"I l< more fnlly designated and tarbed thereto and other furniture described on a certain p at marken and fixtures of the hsjsiaess known awI "A ptat of e tract of Und In War- j The MlrrcT. localed at the corner,??ck County. VlrgUU the property of Washington avenue and Twenty- of D S Jours'- wbirn said pUt I? IUI of articles All bid. arcompenied -by rertlSed $loooe and tendered oa 12 av, sept. 1 IM. the to be paid on or Mh. WM The right Is n sei ved to reject any and ail bees. W E BARRiTTl. AlaA:. D Receiver* of SpralO * II Star Restaurant *Ff>R LADIES AND GENTLE? MEN The very twst ubie board the market affords RJf _ 13 5? by week or evmth We can Ti j t - or n 9 jours wnana aaan etst is , , , _,_ _- _,. 5 'm,mAM m mm s A~*t ?f k,r*,in ??? please you A trial w.li ,-o??tv? 211 Vir- .avade a part of a dred or bargain ano , __ ^u.^. CM'sale from D S Jones and wife lo the I^ZIL said A. R Burcber. of even date Witt tja,?*. fioff^fj of 11l*at. J WINSTON READ. Trinis tf. t ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIR t D AND REMODSLEO. ALSO AL? WAYS A FEW PIECES FOS) SALE. NEW FURNITURE MADE TO OR OER. OLO FURNITURE REPAIR EO. U?HOLSTERlNC A. W. ROI NH8 Cabinet Maker and Wood Corvee. S? aenl BsT Thirty ?onrth Street. 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