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THE WASHINGTO TrnESt TrnrFS FRIDAY JIXE 18 yens
SOBOLD FOLLOWER F8LLOK1i
OF oi PATRICK HENRY HENRYSays
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Says UNo No Taxation Without WithoutRepresentation WithoutRepresentationRefuses ithout ithoutRepresentationRefuses
Representation RepresentationRefuses RepresentationRefusesto Refuses Refusesto
to Pay Cigar TaxBenno Tax TaxI TaxBenno
I Benno Selbold proprietor of a small smallgeneral smallgeneral smallgeneral
general store at SOI Fourteenth j urt8Q th street streetsoutheast strtl6tsoutheast streetsoutheast
southeast would like to have the people
df the District rally behind him in his hisappeal hisappeal hisappeal
appeal for their constitutional rights rlgh ts of ofrepresentation ofepresentatlon
representation ieprekntaUon or no no taxation He H > has hasrefused hasrefused hasrefused
refused to pay hti hi cigar tax although althoughit
it has been due since last NOemberand November Novemberand
and declares that the law of f 1878 which whichImposes whichlptposes
4 Imposes taxation ta aUon for half halof hal of the expenses ex expenses expenses ¬
penses of the local 10 81 government gov rnment upon uponproperty uPon uponproperty
property 1 > owners here Is null and void voidHe voidHe voidHe
He bases his objection on that portion portionof
of the > Constitution which provides that thatall U1atall thatall
all taxes duties and Imposts Impos s shall be beuniform beun1orm beuniform
uniform throughout the United States StatesThey StatesThtly StatesThey
They are not uniform ha says and so sothey Sf Sfthey sothey
they are not constitution constitutionalThe constitutionThe constltutlon1lThe
The Government Inspectors have havecalled havecalled havecalled
called Mr Seibolds attention to the thetact thetact thefact
tact that he has not paid the cigar cigaron tax taxan taxon
on two occasions but he has responded respondedeach respondedeach respond respondedeach
each time that he was not Ignorant of ofthe ofe o othe f
the e law They have not offered to ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest him but he admits that under the thestatutes thestatw1tes theatataltes
statutes he is subject to arrest and h he hewould e
would welcome arrest as It would give givehim givehim givehim
him an opportunity to try tryout out the con constitutionality consUtutionality constitutionality ¬
stitutionality of the law which he re refuses refuses ¬
fuses to obey
The annual cigar tax is 12 1 Mr Set Seibold Setbold i iQOld
bold boldhe has paid for a liquor license and andhe an
He has sent in his real estate taxes taxesWhen taxesVhen taxesWhen
When questioned this morning he de declared detlared deqcared ¬
clared he believed with Patrick Henry
that taxation without representation is istyranny Istyranny t ttyranny
tyranny and the people of the District Districtare Districtare Districare t
are being subjected to tyranny t ranny every ere ereday
day He wants several representatives representativesIn s
In Congress and also wants all taxation taxationto tpxatIonto taxatioto n sn
to be the same in the Districtas out outsjde outside
sjde which would mean there would bo bono beno b bno 0
no property taxes at all allair allMr allMr
Mr Seibold is very bitter at the au authorities authorities authorities 0f ¬
thorities for spending great amounts of ofmoney ofmoney o omoney f
money in the northwest section while whilethe whileth whilthe e
the th J southeast th sta la neglected neglectedHere n neglectedHero d
Here we are within a mile of th thCapitol the theCapitol theCapitol e
Capitol and you can go out and get getstuck getstuck ge gestuck t
stuck in n the mud about anywhere along alongthe alongtte alongtIe
the streets he said warmly But you youcan youcan ou ouan u
can an go five or six miles up into the thenorthwest thenorthwest th thnorthwest
northwest and find that the District is isspending IsspendIng 1 1spending s
spending all kinds of money This form formof formor formof
of Government that we have Is s rotten rottenrptten rottenTPtteon rottenrptten
rptten rpttenHe TPtteonHe rpttenHe
He is preparing several recommenda recommendstions recommendations recommendat10ns ¬
tions as to the District governmenwhich government governmentwhich governmentwblch t
which he will submit to President Taft TaftOFFICIALS TaftOffiCIALS TaftHOLD
OFFICIALS HOLD UP UPHEARING UPHEARING UPHEARING
HEARING OF ACTOR ACTORCoroner ACTORCoroner ACTORCoroner
Coroner Postpones Investigation InvestigationUntil InvestigationUntil InvestigatioUntil n
Until Parents of Pinnick CanReach Can CanReach Cant
Reach each Fairfield FairfieldFAIRFIELD FairfieldFAIRFIELD FairfieldFAIRFIELD
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FAIRFIELD 111 June 18 18The 18Thecoroners 18Thcoroners The Thecoroners e
coroners Inquest called ta to o Investigate Investigatethe
the shooting of Dr Charles I L Leinanger Lein LeinInger LeinInger
Inger Frank McCollough sad id Rich Richard Richard Richand ¬
ard Sloan Wednesday evening was wascontinued wasonUnu warontinufdd s
continued onUnu d today having been ad adjourned adourned ¬
journed yesterday yesterday to await the com ¬
lug of the parents of Herbert Orrln Orrt n
Plnnlek the young actor who did th thshooting the theshooting e I Ishooting
shooting
LeinJnger is dead and the other two twomen twomen tw twmen o
men are dangerously Injured The Thetrouble Thetrouble Th Thetrouble
trouble arose over the jealousy jealo sy of ofthe ofthecal ofthemen the
Ideal cal men at the attentlonr attention shownyoung shown shownoung va vayoung a
young woman by Plnniok Who Is Ismember ISI ismember a
I member of a theatrical theatr pal troupe He Hewas Hewas H Hwas e
was accompanying accom YIng her home whena when whopattacked whenattacked
attacked a He drew his revolver and anflfired andfirfd an anfired
fired three times bringing down a aassailant an anassailant anfiflsRl1ant n
assailant each time Pinnick wae waebadly waebadly w wLadly ae
badly beaten At the first session o othe of oftbe orthe t
the coroners inquest yesterday he de dedared declared derrared
dared he had been attacked before In Inthe InthE iiithe n
the same manner
CLAIMS CE CEMETERY CEMETERYIs 1ETERY 1ETERYIS
IS NOT INSOLVENT INSOLVENTStarkveather INSOLVENTStarkweather
Starkweather Says Forest ForestLake ForestLake ForestLake
Lake Companys Liabilities Liabilitiesare Li bilities bilitiesare
are Not Over 5 Per Cent CentOf
Of the 176000 worth of certificates certificatesof
of the Forest Lake Cemetery Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywhich
which George B Starkweather vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president and general manager of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company was wasalleged alleged in a petition in inbankruptcy InbankruPtcy n nbankruptcy
bankruptcy to have failed to account accountfor acoountfor accountfor
for 188256 1 85 have been issued to Mr MrStarkweather MrStarkweathor lr lrStarkweather
Starkweather and his wife The balance bal balance balaRca ¬
ance of 6700 has been Issued to ReeseCarpenter Reese BeeseCarpenter ReeseCarpenter
Carpenter and a granite company Mr MrStarkweather MrStarkwoather MrStarkweathor
Starkweather declared today todayThe tOdayThe todayThe
The queerest feature of It all is Jsthat isthat isthat
that It Is s claimed I stole these certifi certificates carUftcates certificates ¬
cates from myself said Mr Stark Starkweather Starkweather Starkweather ¬
weather I did not let my left handknow hand handknow handknow
know the mischief my dexter digits digitswere dIgitswere digitswere
were working workingIn workingIna
In Ina a statement today Mr Stark Starkweather Starkweather Stark Starkweather ¬
weather said saidI
I began purchasing lands for ceme cemetery cemetery comelevy ¬
tery purposes over twenty years ago agoI
I planned and named Forest Lake Cem Cemetery Cemetery ¬
etery when I met Reese Carpenter and andgave andgave andgave
gave him 10 per cent for promoting
it That was when troublo began beganMr beganMr
Mr Starkweather Insists that the thecemetery thocemetery thecemetery
cemetery Is anything but Insolvent InsolventIts
Its liabilities will not exceed 6 per cent centof centof centof
of Its actual assets he declaresThe declares declaresThe declaresThe
The cemetery cemeter is In charge of of William WilliamA
A Harrison and will remain so untilthe until untilthe untilthe
the hearing on the alleged Insolvency Insolvencyat
at Marlboro Marlboro Ju JUlI i iVALUATION
VALUATION I AlUA TION BOARD BOARDFINISHING BOARDFINISHING
FINISHING UP WORK WORKWill WORKWilt K
Will Soon Report to Commission Commissioners ¬
ers on the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue PennsylvaniaAvenue
Avenue Property PropertyIt Proper tY
It Is expected that the commission commissIonwhich
which Is fixing for condemnation th thvalue the thevalue thevalue
value of the property In the five fivesquares fivesquares fivesquares
squares squares bounded by Fourteenth and andFifteenth andFifteenth an anFifteenth d
Fifteenth streets Pennsylvania avenue avenueand avenueand avenuand e
and the I Mall fall will conclude Its sessions sessIonsby s
by July 1 L A report on the value of the theproperty theproperty th thproperty e
property will be submitted to the Dis District DistrIct Distract ¬
trict Supreme Court within a few days dasfrom dayfrom s
from that date dateThe dateThe dateThe
The commission has decided to meet mee meeevery t
every every day next week except Saturda Saturday y
In room 13 of the District Building The Thevalue Thevalue th thvalue e
value of Improvements on t broperty bropertyowned bropertyowned ropert y
owned by S G Cornwell at 1412 Pann Pannsylvanla Pannsylvania Pennsylvania
sylvania avenue was considered at a
brief session yesterday afternoon afternoonWIZARD afternoonwiZARD
WIZARD AND ACTRESS ACTRESSGIVE ACTRESSGIVE
GIVE TO NEWSBOYS NEWSBOYSThomas
Thomas A Edison and Vesta Tilley TilleyEndows TilleyEndows
Endows Scholarships in inSchool j jSchool
School of Technology TechnologyBOSTON TechnologyeaSTON
BOSTON OSTON June IS 18A A gift of ldoQ ldoQfrom 1000 1000tr 1 000
from tr mXhqmas Thqmas A Edison Edison providing a aji an
ji n nrt < < yt tilfoYs boys oys scholarship Qholars Jp at the Mama Massachusetts Ma a aoht ¬
chusetts oht setts Institute < or Technology was wasannounced w wannounced < as < s sannounced
asa
announced today as was the gift Of a asimilar a asimilar
similar amount by Vesta Tilley the theactress theactress th e
actress who took part In the big benetiat benefit benefitat t i
at Keiths Theater for the newsboys newsboyshom j
home homeMayor hom
Mayor ayor Hibbard former Governor Governorlulld
Guild lulld and others addressed the boys
JUVENILE COURT HIT HITHARD HITHARD
HARD BY A DECISION DECISIONCannot
Cannot Take NonSupport NonSupportCases NonSupportCases
Cases Where There Are AreNo AreNo AreNo
No Children ChildrenContinued ChildrenConUnUedfrom ChildrenContinued
Continued ConUnUedfrom from First Pageference Page Pageferenca Pageerene
ferenca erene that the Juvenile Court was to tob tobe tobe
b be given jurisdiction In order to say saythat saythat
that the Juvenile Court has jurisdictionover jurisdiction jurIsdictionover
i over over the offense of the husband whoneglects who whoneglects whoneglocts
neglects his wife it is necessary to say saythat s saythat y ythat
that such suchjurisdlctlon jurisdiction Is s conferred c be because because because ¬
cause the offense Is created by the same sameact sameact sameact
act which newly defines the offense of a aparent aparent aparent
parent who neglects his child over overwhich overwhleh overwhich
which latter offense before it was thus thusnewly thusnewly thusnewly
newly defined the Juvenile Court had hadjurisdiction 11adjurIsdiction hadjurisdiction
jurisdiction This would be to base one
Inference Jnferen upon another anotherContinuing anotherContinuing anotherContinuing
Continuing Continuing the decision sets forthThe forth forthThe forthThe
The main question Is whether thepetitioner the thepetitioner thepetitioner
petitioner Is correct in his allegation allegationthat
that the Juvenile Court was and is iswithout iswithout iswithout
without jurisdiction This depends uponthe uponthe upon uponthe
the construction to be given severalstatutes several severalstatutes severalstatutes
statutes The Juvenile Court was wascreated wascreated wascreated
created by the act of Cong Con ess ss of March
19 1906 the t e eighth section sectlon9t pf which de defines defines defines ¬
fines the jurisdiction of the t court It Itis ItIs Itis
is unneces unnecessary ary to analyze the jurisdic jurisdiction jurlsdlotIon jurisdiotion ¬
tion as that Is 1 done Bon in the opinion of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Court of Appeals In the case of ofMarks orMarks ofMarks
Marks against the United States It is isenough isenough isenough
enough to say that nowhere in the act actIs actis
Is any jurisdiction conferred upon theJuvenle the theJuvenile theJuvonlle
Juvenile Court to adjudge as to the therights th6f therights
rights ts and duties between husband andwife and andwife anI anIIt
wife f
wifeIt
It Is given jurisdiction jurlsdtct on of certain offenses of offenses offenses ¬
fenses of children and an certain offensesagainst offenses offensesagainst offensesagainst
against children and Is given power to toenforce toenforce toenforce
enforce certain duties which parents parentsand parentsnd parentsand
and nd guardians owe to their children chUdrenor chUdrenortheir o otheir or ortheir r
their wards It is worthy of particular particularnotice particularnotice particulanotice r
notice that the jurisdiction conferred conferredby
by section eight does not in general generalterms generalterms generalterms
terms apply except as to offenses com committed committed cornby ¬
mitted by children AS to other oth mat matters matters ¬
ters the Jurisdiction jurlsdJ tIon Is conferred by byreference byroferAnce b breference y
reference to specific acts of legislation legislationand
and when these are examined It will willbe willbe willbe
be found that none of them confers confersany confersany confersany
any jurisdiction to deal with the rela relation relation relation ¬
tion of husaond and wifeCreated wife wifeCreated wIreCreated
< Created By Act ActThe ActThe ActThe
The offense with which West was wascharged wasoharged wa wacharged s
j
charged In the Juvenile Courtwas Court owns cre created creat9l created ¬
ated by the act of March Mar h 3 1901 19 + Y It con contains contains eontains ¬
tains no reference whatever whatever to that thatcourt thatcourt t
court It creates two offenses The Theparent Theparent Th
parent who without Just cause de deserts deserts ¬
j serts or wilfully neglects or refuses 1 to toprovide toprovide o
provide for the support and maintain maintaincues malntainence malntalnence
ence of his or her minorchildren mlnorchlldrenunder mlnorchlldrenundersixteen under undersixteen r
i sixteen years in destitute or necessftdus necessftduscircumstances necesstrluscIrcumstances necessftducircumstances s
circumstances shall be deemed guiltof guilty guiltyof y
of a misdemeanor and receive a certain certainpunishment certainpUnishment
punishment the husband who without withoutJust withoutjust
Just cause deserts or wilfully neglects neglectsor tg
or refuses to provide for the support supportand supportand
and maintenance of his wife in desti destitute destitute destitute ¬
tute or necessitous circumstances shall shallalso shallalso
also be deemed guilty oC a misdemeanor misde misdemeanor misdemeanor ¬
meanor and punished In the e same way wayBETRAY wayBETRAY wayBETRAY
BETRAY EACH OTHER OTHERSALT3M OTHERSALEM OTHERSALEM
SALEM N J June 18 18Thoma 18ThomaCotk Thomas ThomaCol ThomasCock a
Col Cock k the negro farmhand who was held heldup heldup heldup
up and robbed In broad dayllght dayUJnton on the theoutskirts thoutskirts th thoutSkirts e
outskirts of o Salem by a gang of ne negroes n ngroes ne negross
groes visited the county jail jaitand and Identl Identlfled IdenUfled identifled
fled the four men menarr arrested tedby by Chief ChiefWaddington ChlotW8 ChloWaddington t
Waddington W8 dangton and Detective Detq the Carney All Alldenied Alldenied Aldenied 1
denied thEtr th < lr guilt litr but but before 6etoret11e the au authorities auth U UthorlUes
thorities th orities departed they got Into an nrgument ai nr argument
gument ment and and toldall toldallFOR told alI alIFOR
FOR SAT SAferA SA E 1 ABABY ABABYSAN ABABYSAN BABY BABYoan
SAN SAN Fi FR xAlvczs j ti1E t J8 2A r roan
oan be bebosht UoHghtfln boughC in n tIitSUeEY thls thisdt ciEy for a a1Ja pasV pasVsage pas o osase
sage to Germany Tho offer is Tiade Tiadeby padeb pad e
by b Elizabeth Elbert Elbert8 a young widowwho widow widowwho widowwho
who declared that th t Her mother was wasdrfng wasdying i idying
dying in Germany She is 111 herself herselfand herselfand
and has been unable to support the thebaby tt1 tt1baby e
baby since her husband died
Your credit here is as good as your cash elsewhere elsewhereThe The Famous Famouss FamousA FamousA
A daring stroke strokeMens
teens s suits cut square in inWe halfWe half halfW
We W may as well be frank = = = we are horribly overstockedWeve overstocked overstockedWeve overstockedWeve
Weve three times as much stock on hand now as we should haveAnd have haveAnd haveAnd
And all because of the continued rainy unseasonable weather weatherIts weatherIts weatherIts
Its a pity to sell absolutely absolutelynew I Itodate new up uptodate uptodate
todate Summer Suits so early early in the theseason theseason theseason
season but b t out OU th they y goe gol go I
e 15 s suits lts are x50 x50i8 750
18 suits are 900 OO OOare
20 suits are 1000 ioooS
S r 25 suits are 1250 1250I
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I 30 s SUItS its are 1 1Pay 1500 1500Pay 1500Pay
Pay for for them as you can canafford canafford
4 = afford No extra charge for forthe forp forthe
p the credit privilege privilegeYour privilegeVo privilegeYour
Your Vo r unrestricted choice of all Womens Cloth ClothSuits I
t9 50
Suits = = = some sold for 35 = = = at atAll atAll 7 7All
All Womens Waists are reduced Heres eres one lot lotof
of of60 60 white waists that were 1 125 and 150 for forTAE 29 ZRG C CTUE
TAE FAMOUS 421 = 423 7th Street S reet
TRIPLE COLLISION COLLISIONAT
AT FOND DU LA LAFOND LAC LACFOND LACFOND
FOND DU LAC Wis June 18En 18Englneer ISEngineer 18Engineer
gineer McDonald was killed one train trainman trainman ¬ I Iman
man badly b dly injured and several passen passengers passengers ¬ i igelS
gers severely hurt early e rly today In a atriple atrJple atriple
triple collision ont on the Northwestern Northwesternrailroad Northwetcrnrailroad Northwesternrailroad
railroad In the yard hare Two switch switchengine switchenghl811 switchengines
engine collided and before tho th < wreck wreckage wreckage ¬
age could be removed a padeengor pa sengor train trainrunning traInruOliln trainrunning
running ruOliln fifty miles an hour crashed crashedinto crashedInto crashedinto
into it itTho ItTho itThe
Tho most seriously injured are Fire ¬
man Burton and Mrs 1Ir80 O S Kuhn and
baby
Married MarriedMCONNBLLMILTONln Harriettl1CONNELIl1ILTONln MarriedMCONWIeLLMILTONln
MCONNBLLMILTONln oIdPrlnc old W Prince Fred Fred Fredwtcktown Fredarcktown
riektown Md on June 16 1900 INEZ
j SEYMOUR S OUR MCCONNELL to SAMUEL
j BURLEIGH MILTON both of this city cityIt
It ItDied ItDied itDied
Died DiedBOYCE DiedBOYCEOn DiedROYCEon
BOYCEOn BOYCE On Friday June 18 1909 at his hisresWence hisreetdenoe hisresidence
residence Thirtieth an and Cedar streets Mt It
RalnlK Ralnl Md JAMES M beloved husband husbandof
of Alice Beyce BoyceMay BeyceMay BoyeeMa
May Ma Ie h e rest In p pace paceFuserst 6ce 6ceFuneral ce cePUBeral
Funeral from his hi late residence Sunday
Jan 26 at 1M oclock p m Interment Intermentat
at Oakum Va Special Spec car leaves Twelfth Twelfthand Twelfthand Twelfthand
and Pennsylvania Pettn srlv avaniM station 345 p m mreturning mreturning mreturnIsg
returning leaves Oakton Qkton K46 p m Relatives Rela Relative Relatlves ¬
tive and friends frie ds Invited jel8 je8t je8tLINDNKR je18tLINDNEROn t tLINDNEROn
LINDNKR LINDNEROn On Thursday June J ne e 17 lM 1 at ather Ither ather
her home Wheeler heeler road near Congress CongressHeights CongressHeights Congressheights
Heights MARY E beloved daughter of ofGeorge ofOeor ofGeorge
George Oeor and Elisabeth Lindner LindnerSTINZING LindnerSTINZINGOn LindnerSTINZINGOn
STINZING STINZINGOn On Friday June IS 19W at herhome her herhome herhome
home SWO JI < < Ontario road ANNETTE A ETTE C CSTINZING CSTIoZING CSTINZING
STINZING widow of John P Stinzlng
Notice of funeral later It ItLINDNER ItLLDNEROn ItLINDNEROn
LLDNEROn LINDNER On Thursday Thunda June 17 1309 at ather ather ather
her home Wheeler heeler road near Congress CongressHeights CongrelSgHeIgbts CongressHeights
Heights MARY E LINDNER beloved beloveddaughter beloveddaughter beloveddaughter
daughter of George and Elizabeth Lindner Lindnerin
in her fourteenth yearFuneral year yearFuneral yearFuneral
Funeral from her late residence Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day June 19 1966 1DG8at ice at 2 p m Relatives Rel Uv6s and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends respectfully Invited to attend attendJel72t attendje172t
attend1e172t
Jel72t Jel72ti je172tUNDERTAKERS 1e172tUNDERTAKERS
i UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSHARRY UNDERTAKERSHARRY UNDERTAKERSHARRY
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cf every deicriptlon deacriptlonmoderatoly moderately pricedUDE priced pricedCHIDE pricedGUDE
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE NOTICESTHE
THE BOARD OF PHARMACY OF THE
District of Columbia will hold Its regu ¬
lar quarterly examinations examtn tlons July JUlyg Jul 5 and9 and 9
1909 Applications must be filed file with the thesecretary thesecretary
secretary on or before June 28 1909
it S L HILTON Secretary SecretaryOFFICE SecretaryOFFICE SecretaryOFFICE
OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA Washington D C June
15 198 1 Notice once Is hereby given that on the
thirtieth day of June lisle will expire all
licenses granted by the Assessor of the Dis ¬
trict of Columbia to the proprietors of auto automobiles autonobJles automobiles ¬
mobiles autovehicles electrovehicles hacks backsgabs hacksQa
gabs Qa omnibuses and vehicles of all kinds
for hire used for the transportation of pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers sightseeing automobiles excepted exceptedAlso exceptedAlso
Also private banks and bankers not In Incorporated IncorpnLted Inte ¬
corporated notebrokers and nd the he Washing ¬
ton te Stock Exchange mange Said licenses must be beprpmptiy bepr beprptnptly
prpmptiy pr mptlJ renewed t by all persons desiring to toOjQlUlnue toqQl1ttnue
OjQlUlnue business busln9Natterthe after the utcve hcve ve named namedfdato
data date W P HICHAJIDS IC1fA iDS A88e Assetir u D C Coje176texSu Cjet76texSu
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HODGES MAKES GOOD GOODNomatter GOODNoInatter GOODNomatter
Nomatter Nomatter NoInatter how small the job have have the theBookbinding theBookblndln
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These hot swoltering 5wo1t8rIngday days you yo will willneed wUIneed willneed
need one on of taut flufELECTRIC ftur fturELECTRIC
ELECTRIC FANS FANSAll FANSAU FANSAll
All they cost to operate Is 2 cents centsa
a day and the initial cost t Is also small smallNational smaIlNational
National Electrical Supply Co Co13Z1o
1380 New York Ave AvePhone AvePhone AvePhone
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Record breaking sale at the height heightof
of the paint palntlls1ng using season seasonDevoe Se seasonDevoe son sonDevoe
Devoe Brand Paints all colors colorsRegular colorsRegular colorsRegular
Regular price 175 gal Sale price pricegal prIcegal pricegal
gal 160 160Floor 160Floor 160Floor
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ENAMELS ENAMELSRoman ENAMELSRoman
Roman Brand Enamels the best bestrefinisher bestrefinisher bestreftnisher
refinisher for furniture on the mar market market market ¬
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price 25c pint Sale ale price pricepint prlcepint pricepint
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English Floor Wax Regular Regularprice Regularprice Regularprice
price 45c can Sale price can 37c 37cJohnsons 37cJohnsons 37cJohnsons
Johnsons Wood Dyes at atGreatly atGreativ atGreatly
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quality and produce results which will willsatisfy willsatIsfy willsatisfy
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