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clothing-m, potman 4i oo.
(Thirty-five Years
I Of m? rcantilf experience puts us in touch with every market
in the United States; with the makers, importers an?i
jobinr, everywhere/ Wherever goods are sold ,mr name
tnmvn and our business solicited. With facilities un
equalled, we buy accordingly, but MORE GOODS and
BETTER GOODS than any house in West Virginia, and
we sell them cheaper.
WE CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Men's Sack and Cutaway Suits,
For Dress and Business wear.
Men's Overcoats,
Light Weight, Medium and Heavyweight.
Boys Clothing, The most durable to be obtained.
VeStee Suits, newest ideas in Fancy wear.
E GUTMAN & CO,
MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS.
See our SI. 00 Underwear in east window.
FCBNITURE.
Furniture T
Bargains.
A Large Bed Lounge, covered in carpet or moquette, only
$8.45.
Fine Couches - $6.44
Parlor Tables ... ,98
(Oak or Mahogany Finish, 24x24.)
CALL AND SEE OUR
49c STAND.
Just the thing for your Lamp.
Cobbler Seat Rockers - $2.19
Plush Seat Rockers - - 3.35
Our Stock is Complete in all departments. Goods
sold on reasonable terms.
UNDERTAKING.
HERMAN FRANK,
FRANK E. FOSTER,
Receivers.
WHITE, HABDLEY & FOSTER,
2245, 2247, 224!) MAllKET STREET.
' i
e - - . - - . -41
TAILOR-MADE aUtTB. ETC.?GBP. R. TAYLOR CO.
GEO.R.TAYLORCO.
THIS WEEK OUR NEW ;
v. Tailor-Made Suits,
Jackets and Capes
Now arriving, arc newest in style, fine materials
and perfect in lit. Don't put off Inn ing if you
djjdjMpSRk want anything in this line. Vou can get a fine
garment fur a low price. When alterations arc
VTwfflSJisL needed they are made without charge,
BLACK SATIN WAISTS.
Wc opened a new lot on Saturday. They lire
Novelties in Dress Goods and Silks will he
opened Monday.
DR. JAEGER'S UNDERWEAR.
llciiiR the Agent* for this Underwear we can supply you with
anything in the catalogue at prices quoted in the tattle,
Geo. R. Taylor Co. I
A BUNGLING JOB \
Of Forgery Yesterday l'.nUs HaJly
for Junius it. Campbell. !j
l
WAS ARRESTtD BY Till! POLICE 5
IN THE AFTERNOON AND TAKEN
BBTORB SQUIRE FITZPATRICK.
WHO HELD THE MAN' FOR A
HEARING NEXT MONDAY IN DE- J
FAULT OF ONE THOUSAND DOL- K
LARS HAIL-FORGED THE SIGNATURE
OF HIS BROTHER, D. M.
CAMPBELL, OF THIS CITY.
James B. Campbell Is well known in
this city, being a brother of D. M.
Campbell, the merchandise broker. Until
recently he has been employed In
Pittsburgh as a conductor on one of the
electric car llnea, but not long ago re
turned to this city una nas noi ueen engaged
In work of any kind. Yesterday
he worked himself Into a peck of trouble,
and this morning he eyes the beautiful
Indian summer landscape through the
bars at the county Jail and meditates
upon the uncertainty of earning a llvell- i
hood via the forgery route.
Campbell entered the produce store of
Counahan Brothers, 1&18 Main street, ,
and succeeded in getting a check for $20
cashed. The check was drawn on the i(
National Hank of West Vrlginla, October
I I. {K97, by D. M. (Campbell in favor
of James R. C'ainiVbell?that Is It was
signed by 1). M. Campbell ho far an appearances
went, but later it was found
the check was a forgery. 2
Later, Campbell went to John C.rcssner's
place, on the upper Market square,,
and attempted to cash a check ostensibly
drawn by D. M. Campbell, for $H 00
on the Dollar Savings Bank, and dated
October 14, ISi>7. Gressner declined to
take the check, whereupon Campbell offeivd
to take $1, and then Seeing he
oouldn't do business with Gressner, he S
turned to a bystander and, showing a
lot of "bad" checks, proposed that they
go into partnership, cash the checks at
once, and take a trip south. -n
Officer Walker, of the city police, was
informed of the Incident and lost no time
in taking Campbell in tow and hauling
him to police headquarters. On his person
were found a number of the "-bad" r<
checks, but the charge against him is lc
based on the check passed on Counahan o;
Brothers and <?n the other which he at- ..
tempted to utter at CJressner's place.
The young man was tuken before Jus- P>
tico M. J. Fitzpatrlek, who committed
him to the county Jail for a hearing next n
Monday at '2 p. m., in default of $1,000
"*" I
SIX WERE ARRESTED. |j
Martin's Perry Men Concerned In Itob- t(
berles in West Virginia and Pennsy 1- <t
vania Captured Yesterday Morning. p
The Martin's Ferry police arrested six
men Otuure uayilKUl j'-ainimy iiiuiimuh. j,
charged with burglary.Four of tht?m are u
accused of burglarizing a store near Bel- ol
ton, W. Va., throe with jobs at Burton, ^
W. Va., Glover's Gap, W. Va,, and Ned, (j
Pa., and two of them are charged with w
burglarizing a store at Littleton, XV. Va. la
Three of the number are wanted at Bur- di
ton,for a Job last Saturday night,but refuse
to go without requisition papers.
Four of the number are white and two
colored.
The Martin's Ferry police had been
working up these cases for several days ^
and outside parties were there on Thure- q
day on one or two of the cases, but It rl(
was not considered well to make any arrests
that day or night for reasons
known to the authorities, and certain n'
matters precipitated all of the arrests, n'
The six were located and no time was lc
lost in doing this and not one man want- ai
ed, made his escape.
The six arrested are William Gardner, M
Thomas Wilson, both white men. and s<
San ford Baker, Pat McGruder, Charles a.
McGruder and Wesley McGruder, all nl
colored. The first man arrested was
Wilson, followed l?y Pat and Wesley Mc- 0i,
Gruder und the fourth was Charles Mc- (f|
Gruder. The next was Sanford and the j,
sixth and last man arrested was Gard- ^
ner, r.
The different houses were visited one CJ!
at a time by the police, and after the w
man wanted was arrested the house was ?
searched,one officer taking a man to the
city building while the others searched
the house, high and low, and as stated,
every in.in was arrested and merchandlse
was found at the homes of Gardner,
Wilson and McGruder.?, 0j
The last placo robbed was Robinson's ,
store at Burton, on last Saturday night, 'J
and the three men accused of this crime r
are Thomas Wilson ami Wesley and Pat ?c
McGruder. When officers came from rf
Burton yesterday to take these three ,
men with them, ihey refused to go to 81
West Virginia unless the officers produced
the necessary papers and the olh- ,
cers left to get the requisition papers and ^
will return to Martin's Ferry for the al
men ns so on as they procure the papers. *v
Wilson Is married and lives on Main
street. He Is nineteen years old. Gardner
is a single man, nged twenty-eight,
itimi ivnivjcn wn ni.ti mnri, uuitrr, wn?
is about thirty-five, was married only
two weeks nc?>. to :i slst- r of tin* MoOruders.
Churl'h MoOruder, who Is twenty- .
two and resides on North street, has a
white wife. Wesley McCJruder, wh(? was
married to a white woman, lives on First
street, and Is a man of about thirtyeight
years. Ills brother Pat 1* m
only nineteen And 1s unmarried.
The Martin's Kerry police found murh ar
stolen property In the several houses visited.
They found concealed 1n McGrudors'
coal house two suits i?f men's clothing,
fix pairs of men's shoes, calicoes. CI
ginghams and other goods, The articles
were covered with about "00 bushels of
roal. One of the men arrested says a '
lot of the goods stolen are bidden In an nr
old log cabin near Burton, W. Va. Ai
? do
THE Bwmvoon END. PI
The Kenwood police wore largely Instrumental
In locating the MeOrudor
gang at Martin's Ferry yesterday. The \)t
' gang are wanted at Hurton, Wetzel no
county, where a generai store was plundercd
one night last week, and also for
the firandstaff and Flaherty burglaries, tl(
at ('Mover's Clap, and t.Jrcnne county, l'a., t>e
r- spectlvoly.
They were detained In Mnrtln's Ferry 1,
by .Marshal Muffin after he had been
communicated with by Marshal Porterfield,
yesterday morning at ?. o'clock, but
they refuse to come t?> West Virginia
without requisition papers. There are
two MMiruders and two men named
\\ ii on and li&kor* Boaroh of tholroQn* Al
tU'Xi'iut nt Martin's Ferry by the an
jhorltl . Including OMIeera in.union and i
ileary. Menwood, disclosed much of ol
the in' handlee taken from the store at ii ii
Burton, no
The M< rlnidns are well known nl\
through Mat'dinll and W-f/.el counties,
and two olJlrejM fmm Wetzel eotmly '
came to I ten Wood Jim after midnight dli
yesterday morning In intent of litem, he
I' of the telephone by Marshal Porlei bit
field did the tem ii appears that after tin
tfie Mutton affair fhe men came to Men 11*
wood Junetlon mi freight cars, carrying
their bnnty with lli-m. Mnndav morn C
tm: l*i t they rode over to Martin's Ferry o
in a Akirr,
MoTIIKIt 1Mb NOT APPHAft,
An ).'/ / I'Jad voting wofitan wa?
charged In Hipilr.' Ilabberiieid ? ootirt T>
with healing hei mother lam night, but J
Hie mother fulled to appeal mid th < case tl|
warn illMitiluIind '1'lift mnlmi1! nfax ivaia
slackened, but the daughter allege* that
he dusky hue of her mother's orbs was
\ iwsult vt /ailing over the stove.
A DOMESTIC QUARREL.
In Squire Fltzpatrlck'soourt last night
he Neldinan vs. Swienercase was heard.
*hie case resulted from the quarrel of
Slghth ward neighbors over children
nd the fence that divided them. It was
lsmissed at the plaintiff's costs.
THE LAWYERS' MEETING.
it Morgantown Next Month?An Excellent
Programme Arranged.
The following Is the programme anounced
for the annual meeting of the
Vest Virginia Bur association, at Morantown,
November 3 and 4:
FIRST DAY?NOVEMBER 3.
):00 a. m.?Meeting of standing commit- B
tees,
1:00 a. m.?Annual address of the presldent,
P. J. Crogan, of Klngwood.
Report v! secretary.
Report of treasurer.
Report of standing committees: ^
(a) Executive council. . . .,?
(b) Judicial administration of legal |(J
reform. Ui
(c) I.egal education. tf
(d) Grievances. ot
U-') l<egal biography. ttl
:30 i?. m.?Puner by Joxenh Moreland. of ...
\!o?fcantown. Topic: "Some Profes- "!
slonnl Improprieties."
Discussion. %
l'tiper by D. C. Weatenhaver, of Mar- [%
tinaburg. Topic: "Home Suggestions ,T
Touching State Taxation."
Discussion. ?_
Paper by Wm. G. reterkln, of Parkers- ?
burg. Topic: "Government by Injunction."
Discussion.
1:00 p. m.?Annual nddreHS by Hon. Sey- n
mour D. Thompson, of St. Louis. "
Topic: "Judicial Supremacy."
SECOND DAY- NOVEMBER 4.
;O0u. m.?floportu ot special and standing
committee. ce
1:00a. in.?Paper by Chas. F. llogg, of
Point Pleasant. Topic: "The Lawyer B
Before the Jury." jn
Discussion.
Paper by B. L. Butcher, of Fairmont. so
Topic: "The Bent ltemedy?A Belle."
Discussion.
,:30 p. ni.?Paper by Mellvllle D. Post, of a
Wheeling. Toplo to be announced
hereafter, *'6
Discussion.
Becommendatlons to the legislature.
Nomlnutlon ot officers. ,
Appointment of standing committees. in
Miscellaneous business. th
Election ot' officers. til
Election of delegates to American Bar
Association. M
1:00 p. m.?Banquet
TIIE CAB ROLL CLUB !l
It t
t'ill Give a Series of Entertainments VQ,
the Coming Winter. of
Secretary E. J. McGowan, of the Car- jjj
ill club, has sent out the following ol]
tier to members of the club, telling 0t
f arrangements In progress for a ser- Ac
is of entertainments under the aua- nc
Ices of the club the coming winter: h6
It Is the intention to give a series lo
f entertainments in the auditorium la
urlng the coming winter, to which the pr
sneral admission to members in good in
landing will be free. The first of the ?
?rles will be given next Tuesday, Oc- tli
)bcr 1!>, by Prof. Thomas 11. Cum- co
ilngs, of Boston. It will bo an lllusated
lecture on "The Passion Play." rn
rof. Cummlngs is an easy, fluent nil
H'ukcr and understands his subject Wl
10ioughly. If you ate In good stand- <1
ig fou will find enclosed two general th
dmlssion tickets. These can be ex- or
hanged for reserved scats by paying ni
in cents for each at Milligan, Wilkin ad
: Co.'s music store after 9 a. m. Mon- nr
ay, October IS. The next attraction hi
HI be "Kemenyl." the famous violin- n
t, and his company of artists. The or
ate will be announced in the press. ,co
. tii
THE RIVEK.
CO
Several Hteamboatmen attended the ^
jnerai of the late Captain J. Fred
line, of the Lexington, yesterday after- 1
OOH. nc
According tr. Captain Tnglebrlght, c0
hose communication is printed In this u
lornlnrc's Intelligencer, there Is not ns pp
iw a mage now as was had two years
re
The Guyandotte will nrrlve from New tfl
latamoras early this morning and is 0t1
heduled to depart for that port at 11 fr!
m. to-day. She Is the only boat runIng
out of Wheeling. mi
The marks at 6 p. m. showed 11 Inch- m
i and stationary. The rlvermen are tic
smayed ?t the continued lack of mols- bl
ire, but hope that before the first of M
ovember there will bo enouph heavy ar
iln to fill the parched surface of the nn
trth and let sufficient water Into head- lei
a tors to cause a rise that will allow en
resumption of navigation.
NO RECORD BROKEN. <o
Ivor Editor Intelligencer. E.
Sir: There seems to be a great deal
* uncertainty about the present stage
' water In the channel at Wheeling. 0f
row 1 sec some claim 12 inches and rei
ime only 7 Inches. On the 30th of Oc- W{
ber, 189.'). I measured tho water at tho pj
lb nt the channel pi?>r on the Ohio al,
do and there was 2 inches of water pri
i 1 hn hotfnm of fhi* rfhtrrf Irtar onrt *f?iu_
- - * 18
rrtay, the 14th, the water at the same Pfj
!aco ivflS Sty Inches deep, ?o there 1a Ba
. leant fi inches more water now than
vo years ago.
Respectfully, H*
U W. 1 NOLBBKIGHT.
Martin's Ferry, Oct. 15.
lllvtr Telegrnroi.
PARKERSBUnO - Ohio river Is 11
ches and falling. Cloudy and mor- 0i
iry 74. No bonis. The Little Kaiwha
!.? falling. qj
OIL CITY?River 1 Inch and station- co
v. Clear and warm.
HTRIJBENVILLE - River 11 inlhes 8ll
id stationary. Clear and warm.
MOROANTOWN?River fl feet 6 Inch- n
Clear 0
SVARKKN?River at lonr-water mark,
oar and warm. 'n
BROWNSVILLE?River 3 feet 1? Jnchand
stationary.
nRKKNSBORO?-River r? foot r, inches
id falling. Weather fair and warm, f/
[lam Jacobs and Nellie Hudson due
iwn Saturday; James O. Blaine and F?i
loronco Hello up.
llmklrit'a Arnlrn Hnlvr.
The best salve In the world for ruts.
nines, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovor in
res, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
rns and nil skin eruptions, and posl/ely
cures piles, or no pay required. It
guaranteed to give perfect sailsfac>n
or money refunded. Price 25 cents Inl
r box. Tor sulo by Logan Drug Co.
n^lfAtc *>p to snr? no. flhort Furs IO
ill l\l Id up fo IflO 00.
C1KO. M. 8 NOOK & CO. Fn
kTlOHAL CONVICTION, CHRISTIAN
CHOnCHHS
liKllniiMpulU l<ow ItntriOvrr Ihf II. T
A I). L
"Kltober in. 11 and 17 the Buitlmorc ft
tlo will sell excursion tickets lo Initmpolls
and relnrn at rate of $h r?n,
od returning until October 23, Ineluf
0,
'I was troubled wllh that dreadful
?ciise called dropsy: swollen from
ad lo fool. Murdoch's Itlood Hitters *
m completely cured me. ll In a A
?'i| wonderful medlclno," Joseph p..
rick, Llnwood, om. "
hrvff Pllfu H,,mn high
IIUH I III?* noveltlea only to
seen at ,,,
(I P.O M HNOOK fc CO.'B. '
OASTOniA. [
It* 3* 1
PIANOS. ETC.
iijtt
eethoven's Music , ?,
Is 00 full of chro- 4 >
atlo successions, that is absolutely unayable
Jn a common piano. Beethoven < '< '
led every known trick that the piano at i M ,
a (lay could accomplish. On the Stlutz X, .
Bauer piano Heuthoven's music can be \Y
ayed as It ahould be, the fullness or the \ " '
ne, the power to hold the notes as Ion# {>
t the tlnuer Is held down, and the dlsnotion
of the base notes one from the ' '
her?all render this music practicable (>4 >
\d enjoyable on one of these pianos. We .,..
e only too y;lad to almw this piano to
1 callers. i >< >
lilligan, Wilkin & Co. ,
REK OUIi MAHiDOMN FOll tV.9.1. i 1
BUSINESS IN POLITICS. ] J
hlo Business Men Awakened to the TP"
1 mnnrlanno nf Pomihlicnn SllWPHS. P1
Over-the-rlver business men are relvlng
letters from the Business Men's
tpubllcan League of Columbus, ask- AA
H them to organize In the Interest of 64
und currency and for the ticket that
111 contribute to their own welfare.
portion of one of these letters aptars
below and Is worth reading: _.i
Without dilating upon the cause of
iq panlo of 189;t, wo beg to suggest
at from that panic the business of
e country found no marked relief unthe
people Jn 1S96 decided against all
lubtful monetary experiments and
e pernicious doctrines enunciated by
e so-called Democratic platform j
lopted at Chicago last year and re- /
irated by the Democracy of Ohio this /
ar. /
The Immediate results of the election ? H*,
1896 were n restoration of conlldence ///
the monetary system of the coun- '//jUj
y, an Improvement In business among if lift
ir own people and In our trade with i/l/flI
her nations, a cessation of the out- 'ij'l
>w of gold, the addition to the chan- I I
Is of business of millions of dollars, B ,
hlch luring the period of distrust
td been withdrawn from circulation, I
tver rates of Interest, higher prices,
rger sales for farm and manufactured I
oduets, better feeling among business
en, larger employment of labor and
universal tendency toward the oldno
prosperity which prevailed in this For
untry prior to 1893.
As tho business men, farmers and bcail
anufacturers of the country are now
nklng gratifying progress on the highay
to prosperity, we bog to suggest
lat it would be unwise to obstruct
elr movement toward the desired end
to hazard all they havo gained and
ay reasonably hope to attain, by the
loptlon of new and doubtful schemes,
id the selection of leaders who have
therto led us to disaster, lacking In
notable degree that business experlice
which would qualify them for the
ntrol of the affairs of a great na>"
tiiat
We beg to suggest, therefore, that it
ould be well for us in this political irres
ntest to stand together In support of
national administration which is Iti- of C
iltely superior to any the country
ould be likely to obtain from the mis- fluC]
lalneous collection of malcontents
>w arraying against us. Tn brief, the
untry is doing well and has before
the assurances of a more prosperous
rlod. Shall we, then, Jeopardize what _
e have and what we have abundant
ason to hope for, by falling to sus- I I
In by our Influence nnd votes the pres- | J
it adrnlnlotration and Its recognized
lends?
We take tlic liberty of urging business
fn and all others Interested in the
aintenance of good business condi>ns
to make all honest efforts possl
e to uphold the hands of President
cKlnley and thus assuro a continuice
of that pood feeling, high credit
d confidence in the stability of Amer
in institutions Indispensable to gena.1
prosperity.
HIOSE who bellovo chronic diarrhoea C ^
i?e Incurable should read what Mr. P.
Grlsham, of Gnars Mills, Ln., has to A J
y on the subject, via: "I have'been a j
fferer from chronic diarrhoea ovrr
ice the war and have tried nil kinds
medicines for it. At laat I found n
tnedy that effected a cure and that
is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
arrhoea Remedy." This medicine can
ivays be depended upon Tor collc.chol[i
morbus, dysontery and diarrhoea. It A
pleasant to take and never falls to u
'eet a cure. 25 and 60 cent sizes for
io by druggists.
3^p. for N"ftvy or Black Cloth
j ^ Jackets, at
SNOOK & co*a
rOU can't euro comsumptlon but you
n avoid it and euro cvrey other form
throat or Inns trouble by the use of
in Minute Cough euro. CharleH R.
iet7.e, Market nnd Twelfth streets;
latham Sinclair. Forty-sixth and Jah
streets; A. K. Scheele, No. 607 Main
reet; J3xley Bros., Penn nnd 2a no
poets; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport. 2
r? of the newest JnckM Menu
() 111 v. nro \n our window?others are
the Cloak Room.
ORG. M. SNOOK & CO.
DIFD.
iTin?On Thursday afternoon, October
14, ISO", (\ It. CAltR, aged f?l years,
neral from fits late resldcnco, No. 727
Market street, on Saturday afternoon
At 2 o'clock. Friends of the family nro
Invited. Interment at Greenwood cemetery.
A ]
jmiH8-Tn T.on Angeles, California, on #m I
Sunday, October a. 1H97, at 7:4.'i j>. nv, JLJL I
M AH Y NLl'/.APKTH. wife of \V K SB j
Hughes, formerly of this city, In the
Mth year of her ago,
ierrod In Bofledalo cemetery, Los An- n
Fnr
NK.4 At W Fifteenth "trect, on Thurs.
day, October 11, )SP?, at 11:30 |). in.,
AMKMA, wife of Hontly Jones.
m-rnI lu ivlii' nt Trenton. N .1 >
r-:iM ui m;t ;<; /tiffin
PUIS HI'RTSCIIY,
I unornl lllroctor nnd \ t,j|1
Arlorinl Imltnlnwr.
(111 Hlr??l, Wnl NlilK.
TiiIIfi tiy Trfunlutno Amwrcrd tiny iBBF*'
or Nldht. Hiorn 'ivipiilimio ra. Por mil
ItMldrmr. MO. AhhIhI ft lit 'h Tt'lc* ? - ? ?
|)hnni\ t.'1 > ? lin,il ' ifivTTi
lbxander phew, |jl|J j
moral Director ami I'mbalmer, | j| j
120H MAIN HT. jrr~T-m.
Under Cotnpeloiu Mnnnifsmsnt, " JttM
elephottes Store, 2;">, Uesldenrs,
(UEMMBR ?V HILDI.URAND, JBj
INIiai IIIHI(IONS AND IMIIM MlKS ^ J&V
tnrflrr Sml liil Slcrcl*
olt>l>hun? 20?, Ui'cli Lhiy urn) NHrht.
tnyll For Vrv
.. "
PALACE FURNITURE COMPANY.
1 1 1
V Bargain^
or This Week! I
INI
A five-piece Parlor suite, two rarlor Chairs' , K,
one Arm Chair, one Rocker and one Divan, 'H'
Mahogany frame, upholstered in silk tapes- 1"'
try,"spring edge, for >i
$20.00, 1
CASH OR CREDIT. iSl
IH>
k beautiful piece of Triple Plated Silverware with each suite. '>
??????> ?>? >? ' " '
I K I
Jalace Furniture Co.,;
< H ,
1115 Main and 1116 Water Street. <?1
CLOTHING?D. OUNDLINO & CO.
jrGIYE US"
f BOY?
a few moments and we can fit him out in some of the mosl
tiful novelties in
Children's and
Boys' Clothing
it has ever been our good fortune to show, at priccs that are
iistibly attractive. Wc have the largest and most complete line
hildren's and Boys' Clothing, "barring none." We value the conice
of the public for more than profits
.Gundling&Co.
STAR CLOTHIERS,
34 AND 36 TWELFTH STREET.
COUCHES?ALEXANDER FREW.
PECIAL SALE
OF
"OUCHES!
We have just received a large and new stock
of entirely up-to-date styles of Couches, in best
Leather, Velour, Corduroy, etc., and the prices at
which they are bought enables us to sell them at
25 per ce"t. less than former prices and guarantee
value for the money. Our special $15.00
Couch has no equal for the price.
Don't fail to visit our store and see the latest
goods on the market at prices that will surprise
you.
lexander Frew,
Ditnre, Oil Clotlis, Linoleums, Window Shades, Etc.,
wo. moo maiw HTnunr.
WHEN IN DOUBT, TBV Thryhi?>lloodllwlntoryMH,
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