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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW1, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 20. 1911 .
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j GREEN GRAPES j
j AND DIAMONDS I
J A Noel Plan, but It Does I
:V Not Work :
J By CLARISSA MACKIE
Copyright by American Press Atao- w
, ation. 1911.
The uuset diamonds rippled through
Mr. Freer" lingers lu a stream ot pur
ple and Ore. He gathered them Into
a little brup. scraped them up aud
poured them into a small chamois
"Be Mire to declare these. Eleanor.
It will be cheaper in the end. Tele
phone me st th office and 1 will -send
a check down to the customs immedi
ately. You better let me take them
over tomorrow. Vou are rather care
less, my. dear" '
, "No. Indeed. John Freer: 1 sbsll
carry them but-!:. to New iork myself,
and I will show you that, although i
may sometimes be careless in llt'le
til ncs, when there la really something
worth while to be taken eare or 1
eball not fall. As for declaring them,
the duty will be frightful. They are
.-worth $10,000. you said."
"Alt or that, and the duty will bring
r the cost, but 1 can afford to pay It
ffbe tariff afforded me protection when
1 was a manufacturer. Certainly i
-would not dream of cheating in tbc
matter." said Freer Bravely. "I'll taUe
core or the diamond-! until I sail to
morrow. Then you may take care of
them, but 1 warn you against trying
to smuggle them in. I shall meet you
at the boat on your arrival and settle
the matter at once."
' "Very well, dear." said Mrs. 'Freer
JDcekly. yet with a sparkle In bcr eye
.which did not escape her quiet. Indul
gent husband. "Now. as this Is your
last night In Paris shall we not try the
"With pleasure. I'm going out now.
but I'll be In before dinner. Will you
bare Armand pack my things? I must
catch that Cherbourg express without
iall If I'm to make my boat In the
morning. Mr. Treer Uised his wife
lightly and left the room and later
Mrs. Freer looked thoughtfully at
tier rings as ber"busband left the room,
and a little smile curved her lips at
j the daring thought that entered her
pretty bead. After an unusually long
silence she tosed a kiss toward the
silver framed photograph of her hus
band and spoke aloud: '
"With all due respect to yonr Judg
ment, dear John! Ogh! Fancy paying
nil that duty besides Blrfan's bill for
setting the stones In my platiuutu
chain! No. Birr With which expres
' elve and mysterious remark she danc
ed out of the room.
The next morning found ber alone
In Paris, wttlle her husband was prob
ably homeward bound across the At
lantic, lie bad been summoned to
Kew York by Importantjmslness mat
ters, and Eleanor, with her shopping
half done, bad decided to remain aud
finish It, going borne by the boat on
which tbey had engaged passage for
the return trip.
Iow that she was alone she poured
the stones through ber slender linger.
delighting in their sparkle and bril
liancy and the purity ot tbelr color.
Then she bid tbem in ber lwom and
went forth to attend to ber neglected
Homeward bound on the Leonore.
llrs. Freer wore a proud and trium
phant smile that would have aroused
ber husband's suspicions had be seen
It. While little gronps of the women
mourned over the duties that would
have to be paid on tbelr pun-bases.
Eleanor Freer smiled coutentedly and
said she intended to declare every
gown she bad bought.
When the port or New York was
made at last Mrs. Freer was among
those who were tlrst on deck, becom
ingly gowned, wttb quite a marvel
ous little hat trimmed with green war'
grapes on her lovely hair.
Ber first disappointment came when
she did not discern her devoted nus
loand on the pier, and afterward ebe
was conscious of a distinct feeling of
relief. It was quite as well, she cal
culated, if Jofcn should not appear for
en hour or so.
As Eleanor waited patiently for her
trunks to be examined & rellow voy
ager approached her with a worried
"Dear Mrs. Freer." she whispered.
Tra no nervou I don't know what to
do. Old you ever smuggle anything
Mrs. Freer looked properly shocked.
"Is It qnlte the right thing to dor she.
-Oh. botberr said Mrs. Foster Im
patiently. "The government Is rich
enough without taking toll of my poor
little purchase. I'm wondering look
-at lhat-ts there anything unusual
""about It?" She held forth a silk um
brella with o knob handle of silver,
plain and practical looking.
No. Why? You haven't .reallyY
Mrs. Freer-!! eyebrow's went up'ln sur
prise. The other nodded emphatically. "I
tad It made torder." she whispered.
"The stick is larger than Is ordinary
end ho!low-a string of pearls for Dor
othy. The handle screws on. The
cleverest nrftsan In the Roe !e IH1
falre made it for me. and I briled him
to twerecy. The whole thing, umbrel
la, pearls and bribe, cost gness bow
stany thousand francs."
-1 couldn't," declared Mrs. Frees?
Mrs. Foster wbtspered In her ear.
and the other Mtalled incredulously.
"Why. that nmst rqual the amount
of the duty uii soar pirU, ' she haz
arded. "My deur. it's rooie tbau the duty
would be. and o I've simply got to get j
tbetu through. Ah. It is my turn now
She hastened away to ghe up the key
to ber trunks, sml rcleanor beard her assignee or lien jam n L. Harrison.
shrill treble ri-liig- In expostulation Administrator of the Estate of
against the quick dccfelve tones of the ,-T.D0.ma3 1I dorian, deceased, has
customs official. fllcd in thls mco hls application lo
nd after awhile the official mn- cuter under the Provis'ns of Sec
Ana arur awiiiie tue otnnni , con- Uons 230C and 23()7 of th Revisod
suited a uoiebool. and read something Statute3 of the United Slates, the
iur.iJiivjiiMinm. mi a mi-. ionowmg described land, viz:
tcr try she gave up ber umbrella, and j Q. , S. W. y. Section 15. Town
with a quick turu of bis wrist the of- ship 23 South, llango 22 East.
flriul compelled that carefully uiauu- j Any and all persons claiming ad
factured article to disgorge the in-arls ' vcrsely the lands described, or de
After ibe cunfnsion stirruiitiiiln!? thia siring to object because of.tho tnln-
ineldeut bud died awuy Mrs. Freer
fonud herseif gn.wiug quite nervous.
as the vtber passettgers in the "F" nec-
tlon quickly made their declarations
tnH wan nivifitiirhi aIauciuI I Inor '
and were promirtly rrtettsed. At lost !
she alone was left, and she came re
luctantly forward with her beys.
One by one the trunks were thrown
open and her dalotv betoaelm&i toMcd
about for InsiHH-tloii. MenuranUum I '
was raaoV of ber dutiable arjleles aud '
the trunks closed. Then her twad
luggage ibi goue over cnrerully with-
At la-,t the official straightened blra- co Territory of ArUona. the logai
self aud looked ber calmly lu the eye. assignee of Geo. R. Hays, Adralms-
"Tfcat is all you have to decfare. trator of the estate of Mansel C
madam?" Ik asked. , Mason, deceased, has filed in this
"1 have given you my keys you see olHco his application to enter under
what is there." returned Mrs. Freer ne provisions of Sections 2306 and
buugbtllv "I" of t,le Revised Statutes ot the
"How 'about the diamonds?' he ask- Unl States, the following Je
ed unpleanautly. I s V v ' w r
"Diimondsr gasped Mrs. Freer. J ToSwn,; &n M East
He nodded and consulted the same Anr and a)1 pcritons ciamItlR ad.
notebook that bad been the undoing versely the lards described, or de-
of little Mrs. Foster. siring to object because of the :oin-
"Our agents report tbat yon purebns- eral character of tUe land, or for U"y
ed diamonds to the value of SHUKX) other reason, to tho disposal to ap-
when you were In Paris," be atinuunc- pllcant. should file their anvdavits of
cd. "Where ore tbeyT protest in this oltlco on or before the
This is an outrage." stammered 15ta day of Juno- ,S11-
Eleanor tearfully. FRANK H. PARKER,
"It Is the law. madam." be corrected ,,... .MI., .,. ,c ,?.SitCr'
sternly, and then. "I trwt jou will
not make a personal search necessary."
Mrs. Freer beslfuted. aud then pride
came to ber aid. To admit tbat she -had
tried to smuggle diamonds through '
the customs was too uiortlfyiug to en-'
dure. She would face It out. Tbey
would npver pncs-i where she hntl hlil.
den them-It was ber own idea aud c0Pa Territory of Arizona, the leeal
so clever assignee of It. T. Mason. Admlnis-
-v.. J. i. .. . . i .. trator .of the estate ot Charles E
You may make the personal search Walst,' deceased has filed tn this
If you wish.' she said sweetly. Aud offlce 'n,8 app,Icat!on to Mter under
theu she vas conducted to a small tne provisions of Sections 230S and
room and placed In the bands or a 307 of the Revised Statutes or the
sharp eyed womau. who cousufted with United States, the following de-
the oiiiclal In low tones before she scribed land, viz:
turned to .Mrs. Freer. ' X. XV. S. XV. , Section 13
"Will you please remove your bat. Township 23 South. Range 22 East
madam!" she asked courteouslv. Al,y nnd a" Persons claiming ad
"Certainly." returned Eleanor, with 7" "!e J1"3 JescriHed. or deslr-
a little hysterical laugh. "I suppose ? "s f e "Jne"I
. , . ., , ' ' . . character of the land, or for anv
you believe I have diamonds concealed other reaEOn to tcc dispo,a, to aIV
Id my hair. pllcant, should file- their affidavits of
"I have beard of stranger cases." re- protest in this office on or before the
turned the1 woman grimly. ' "No, icth day of June. 1911.
madam, you needn't take down your FRANK H. PARKER,
hair. 1 think 1 can locate them wltn-, 9 Register.
out." j First publication May 18, 1911.
She took the charming hat from Last publication Jnne 17 1m.
urrTs,rngUdCugh..aDT,rn,dshe ' "ZT
drew forth a pair of .harp scissors and, ,. TomS pSSSTa.
deliberately snipped one, of the green j,a .3 X$
grapes from its stem, tore it oH-n aud NOTICE Is hereby given that
pulled out a stulfing or cotton wool, siorris H. Jones of Naco, Arizona,
from which dropped a glistening gem. Tho, -on April 5th, 1909, made home
While Mrs. Freer suffered, mild hys- stead entry No, 03318, for ESEV4
terics. the woman calmly denuded the Section 7, EN'EV4. Section IS,
hut or its greeu grot km. aud from each Township 21S, Range 24E. G. & S. R.
one she produced a stone, which she Meridian, has filed notlco of intea-
lalil In :i trav. She jimntcd them care.
fully and then called In the ol tidal. I
What do you make of tHem- she .
asrUetl- . ....,.,,'
xje siujicu urunuiy auu ouuueu ui-
pmva! at Mrs. Freer. "Pretty clever
trick, madam." be said, and she felt a
grain of comfort lu the knowledge that
her dishonesty was or high degree.
"How did you guess"" she faltered.
"No guesswork alKiut It." he sold
cheerfully. "The man who made your
grapes to order, wasn't If uapened
to be one of our spies: that's all."j
He was examining the stones with a j
strong gtaVs. Then he turned to Elea- .
nor once more. "Why did you lake
pains to smuggle tnnmgn raise stoues,
madam" be demanded.
"False?" she gasped. "Why, my
husband paid SIO.OOO for themr
"Then he was badly bitten. They're
not worth Sluo."
.It was at this momf-nt that John
Freer chose to arrive, admitted by tho
. - ... . ,, , , ,,,'
magic of bis card and coin of the re-
. . . , .
111s saarp eyes iook in me siiuhiiiiu
at a glance bis tearful wife, her de
nuded bat and the heap of Imitation
"Eleanor.' he chlded gently, "what ,
did I warn you? Tell 'me what wire:
of trouble you're In tbat I may belli j
you ig: of if." i
She told him unreservedly, and be
laughed when she bad concluded 1
Kalse. von khv? Yes. mv dear, ther
are. The genuine diamonds came over In the matter of the estate of Ja-
with n a fortnight ago f.nd were cob C. Swltzer. deceased,
properly declared and the duty paid. Noyce Is hereby given that Kate
Those 1 lefr with yon were cheap Iml- Swltzer. the administratrix of the
tatlons I ran out and purchased the SmSJS STw." r
.... , , .. . ,, .. has presented to this Court, and filed
very night before 1 salled-after you her6ln hcr pct,t,on pnyinE i the
bad -expressed your idM reganllng real estate returned in the inventory
smuggling. Now you're had a taste and appraisement of raid estate be
of it bow do yon like trying to set apart as a homestead for the
cheat your Uncle Sam? Unprofitable, use of the family of said decedent,
eh?" together with the personal property
"It's perfectly horrid." sobbed Elea- returned therein; and noticcls tur
ner against his shoulder. "I feel so VTzJi9 ?
mean 1 don't know what to do. Johnf d. ?"? 1n "h
, . . .. . ,. . , t at the courtroom of said Conrt, at
"Jnst dont do It again. Cut your COT,rthouse in Tombstone, Co
morals on the straight" advised Freer county, T,as Doen appointed the
kindly. timo and -place by the Judge of this
"I will hereafter. But" sighing Conrt for the hearing upon said pe
"the way of the transgressor l hard titlon, when and where any person
hard an diamonds. John." Interested In said estate may appeal
"And as bitter aa green gnpes," add- and show cause. It any they may
cd ber husband.
United Statos Land Office.
Phaonlx. Arizona, May 5, 1911.
- Serial No. 014303.
Notice Is hereby given thaj John
II. Page, ot Phoenix. County of Man-
copa, -Territory of Arizona, the legal
eral character of tho land, or for
""'""" ir , a'o " r"-1'..
of protect In this ofltco on or befoio
tte 15th iiy o June mi
-nn a - rw
FKANK H. PAHKER,
n ' Register
First publication May IS, 1911.
Last publication Juno 17. 1911.
United Stato Iind Office.
Pboenix, Arizona. May 5. 1911.
Serial No. 014882.
Notice Is herebr gfven tbat John
If. Papp. of Phnnir- f!nntv nf AT-iH.
MflL (nii;ittuiiuu inaj io,
Last publication J.tno 17; 1911.
United States Land Office.
Phoenlr. Arizona, May 3. 1911.
Serial No. 014301.
Notice is herebv eiven that Joht.
H. Page, of Phoenix. Coiraty of Marl-
"On 10 mae tinui commutation
proof to establish claim to the land
Bisbce, Ariz., on the 23rd day of
Claimant names at winesses:
EDWARD A. FOLSOM,
WILLIAM R. FITZHERBERT,
HENRY' II. BALMFOLK.
HERBERT E. BRYANT, all of
FRANK H. PARKER.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariz
May 4. 1911.
NOTICE Is hereby given tbat Fe
ijx 31. Abrams, of Naco, Arizona,
who, on October 24, 1903. made
homestead entry, No. 01618 for
SNE4, SEViNWVJ, NWSEU.
Section 8, Township 24 S., Range 24
E., G & S. R. Meridian, has filed
Uco,,of "ten'Ion to ??,ke Final
Tf. Yrnnl- CSt1?h ,aim
to tho land above described, before
j D Tav,or v s ctntn,,,,,,,.,
at Bisbee, Arizona, on tho 10th day
0j June, 1311.
Claimant names as witnesses:
DON L. MOSS.
CHASE U PURDY,
J. .1. NEWELL, all of Naco. Ariz.
FHANK H. PARKER,
In the Probate Court of the
County of Cochise. Territory of Ari-
have, why the prayer of said petl
tloa' should cot bo granted.'
Dated May 10, ISM.
J. E. JA.MES. Clerk
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE TERRITOR OF ARIZONA.
IN AND FOR THE. COUNTY OF
Mrs. Elizabeth Hamlett Gillespie
XV. XV. Whaley, and Sarah Whaley
his wife. Henry Forrest and An
drea Forrest' his wife, and th
First national Bank ot Globe.
Sheriffs Gale No. 6200.
Under and by virtue of an order
of sale Issued out of tho District
Court of tho Second Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for the County of Cochise, on the 1st
day of May. 1911. In tho above entlt
lor action, wherein. Mn Elizabeth
Hamlett Gillespie the above named
Plaintiff obtained a judgment against
w. w. Whaley. and Sarah Whale
his wife, Henry Forrest and Andrea
Forrest his wife and the First Na
tlonal Bank of Globe, Arizona, De
fendants, on the 29th day of April
1911, for the sum ot Seven Thousand
N'lne Hundred and Fifty Four CS'10"
(17,954 f.S) dollars in Iawfuj mono
of the United States, besides Inter
est, costs and accruing costs. I arr
"ommanded to sell that certain lot
piece or parctl of real estare. elt
uatc In the City of BIsbee, County of
uocnise, Territory or Arizona, and
described as follows:
"Lot numbered Twcntv Three
(23). in Block numbered Four f4);
or the City of BIsbee. County of Co
calas, Territory of Arizona."
Public notlca Is hereby given tba
oa tho 31st day of May, 1911, -at
2 o'clock p. m. of that day at the
Court House door in tho City o:
Tombstone, in the said County of Co
chise, I will sell tho abovo descrlDec
property, or so much thereof as ma
be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's
claim, with interest, costs and ac
crulng costs to the .highest and best
bidder for cash.
Torubstcne, Arizona, May 6th. 1911
JOHN F. WHITE,
A. A. HOPKINS.
By Deputy Sheriff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of Tho Interior.
U. S. Land Offlce at Phoenix. Ariz.
May 4. 1911.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
James Maurice Decker, of Lowell
Arizona, who, on March 2G. 1906
made Homestead entry. No. 03392, for
S,&NE. SEHNW, NE'SWy.
Scetion 32, Township 22 S. Rango 26
E. G & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to mako Final Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before J. D.
Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at BIs
bee. Arizona, on the 10th day of
Claimant names as witnesses.
XV. J. RUCA8TLE. of BIsbee. Ariz.
PRESTON FLETCHER, of Lowell,
WILUAM G. MILIEK, ot BIsbee,
C. A. JONES, of BIsbee. Ariz.
FRANK IL PARKER,
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF
ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION
In tho Probate Court of th
County of Cochise, Territory of Arl
In the matter of the estate of To!-
vo Paanancn, deceased.
Notice is hereby given tbat A.
A. Markkanen,, the administrator ot
the estate of the abovo named do
cedent, has presented for settlement.
and tiled in this court bis final nc
count of his administration proceed
ings, together with his petition
praying that the residue of said es
tate bo distributed; and that ijon
day, the 22uq day of May, 1911, at
1 o'clock p, m.. nt the court-roam
of said court, at tho court-hiuse In
Tombstone, Cochise county, has been
appointed by tho Judge of this Court
as the time and place for the hear
ing upon said matters, wucu anu
where any person interested in saio.
estate may appear and file objec
tions in -writing to said account ana
petition and contest tho came.
Dated May 9, 1911.
J. E. JAMES, Clerk.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WH
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE.
In tho Probate Court ot too
'."ounty of Cochise, Territory of Ari
zona. In tho matter of the estate of Don
n d McPhunrr. deceased.
It appearing to this court, by the
petition this day presented anu nieu
ty C W. Hicks, one of the admlnis
tiitors of the estate of Donald Mo
Prunn, deceased, that it Is necessary
to sell tho whole of the real estate
of said decedent to pay the debts
or decedent and the expenses and
chaises of administration.
It Is therefore ordered by this
cour: That all persons interested In
the estate of said decease! appear be
fore tho said Probate Court on Mon
day, the 5th day of June, A. D. 1911.
at the hour of ! o'clock p. nr. of
said day, at the court room of said
court, at ho court house in the city
of Tombstone, Cochise county, terri
tory of Arizona, to show causo why
an crder should not be granted to
said C. XV. Hicks, as such adminis
trator, to sell the said real e3tate
and that a copy of this order be pub
llshed four successive weeks In the
Blsbeo Daily Review, a newspaper
printed and published In. the cold
county of Cochise.
Dated May 3, 191L
FRANK W. COODBODY,
Jndge of the Probate Court.
. LODGE , NOTICES
WEEK ENDING MAY 20, 1911.
A . Tuesday Chapter, Regular.
&2 I Wednesday Blue Third.
vyV JSatnrday Royal Arch
J. T. ABRAMS. W. M.
E. L. BLAIR. Secy. F. & A. M.
H. XV. JORGENSEN, II. P.
C. F PHILBROOK, E C.
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Jj'UK SALE Six room House. 247
School Hill. 737
FOR SALE ?10 buys ono ot thti
best money making devices cvev
put on the market for tho amount
Invested. For particulars address
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MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE The
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FOR SALE Household furniture,
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who, will devote a few hours
around pay day could earn the
price of machine in one day. Price
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE On School Hill, thre
bouses, almost new, and (dx lots I
Price $4,000. Rented for $75 pe j
month. $2,000 cash, balaDC
monthly installments, 00 interest
Address P. O..Box 934, City. 12S 1
F0RSALE FURNITURE, ETC
FOR SALE Cheap. Roller to
desk and chair. The Wardrobe.
FOR SALE Furniture of lodging
house 7 rooms newly furnished,
House. .or tent rooms full, in-
nulrpi Herlcw offipe. 147
WANTED Men and strong buvs
No expense to learn trade; Cw..
dents, $20,000 contract Jobs,
half, study half tho time. Aen...
biles, electricity, plumbing, bin
la; ing. Fxtsj catalogue. Unit-
. Trade School Contracting Co, L.--Arteelos
WANTED Chambermaid. Apply No
35 School HilL Phone 135. 153
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Ono 4-room and ono
2-room house, furnished. Apply
15 Opera Drhe. 18S
FOR RENT Furnished four room
bouso with piano. Johnson Add!
tlon. Inquire Busy Bee Cafe, Low
ell. or BIsbee. Ariz. 699
FOR RENT Four room house; all
modern conveniences. Apply Wr.
A. Sutton, 10S Mason Hill, or C.
Q. store. 130
FOR RENT A nicely furnished two
room cottage. Inquire 54 Mason
Hill, or George Roberts, Main St j
"That good place to eat." 151
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Nicely furnished trot
room, close in. 70 Clawson HI
PALMER HOTEL European, roons
single or on suite. Rates reason
able. 54 West First South street '
Salt Lake City. One block from
Temple. S. XV. Pjbson, Irop. 140,
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS!
"OR RENT Fully equipped saloo
la Lowell, no city license. Count
on d government license paid ti
July 9, 11. Investigate this snar
Phone 105 or P. O Bex 3005, Lo-a
ell, AtIx. v 699'
il.' , ,-w iijl
LOST Gold fob; Initial B Return
to uau it uieasoo jjrug store. 146
STO VGE STORAGE Pianos, rur .
nlture. etc Everything bought.
sow, cxclianeed. Standard Fur
nlture Co, Allen Block. v 180
ADVERTISERS The great State o
Morth Dakota offers unlimited o
portuoltles for Vuniness to class'
led advertisers. Tso ieoCKolz
advertising medium is the crj.
Dally and Sunday Cou-ir-Nevi
the only seven ea paytr In th
state znd the paper which tarri
.ae iargeei amount o! cUiilHed
The Couner-rtevM coTtri N'om
'Akk.u like a tlanXet; rtachlnt
all psrt of tho stfc'fe the day 01
publication; it ii th paper o
lu order to get reiults; iatt
. one ceu: per word first ictrtlo
anc-half cent per word mccen
Ing insertion; fifty cents per lln
per mouth. Add-en Th CoarIr
News, Fargo, N. D. 42i
WANTED TO Et'Y SECON
HAND FURNITURE. Alto tell ar
exchange all klndi cf fufnltur. a
j O. Brantsn, Dobon Houte, Jsnn.o -'
arc read bj the people
becaute it give them
news of absorbing in
terest. People no longer
go looking about for
things they want they
go to their newspaper
for information as to
where tuch things may
be found. This method
taves time and trouble.
If you want to, bring
your wares to the atten
tion of this community,
our advertising colusacs
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