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Makes Hair Grow
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Makes Hair Grow
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News of Theatres I
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A merry romping musical farce
Mas New Husband will bo at tho I
Kentucky matinee and night Satur
day February 12 It Is one pf the
laughmakers of tho season The
company has been receiving press I
notices Much success of Mas New
Husband is said to bo due to Its I
Slot and to the dexterous handling
of a maze ot sidesplitting situations
PILES CURED IX 0 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to I
cure any case of Itching Blind
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In C to
14 days or money refunded BOc
j Heads of Philadelphias police de
partment plair to equip each patrol I
man with n pocket electric search
light c 1 1
COLONIAL HOTEL
A delightful place to spend your v aC C
ctlon la at the Colonial Hotel West c
Daden Spring indiana I
Most every one knows of the mar
reloui cures with the Wet Baden and C
French Lid Apneas mineral waters I
where thousands have been cured The
Medical Staff of the Colonial Hotel 1
Laboratories have extracted the min
erals from the water of BalUtbla
spans rV t Baden to be taken at
borne whlchJProdu the west Ba
tlea and FrrpdLlrk treatment
troubledf c
f with their stomach liver and bowels
which means Indication dyspepsia c
biliousness sour stomach Inactive c
liver jaundice and bad complexions
neadachAujelancholy nervousness
K Insomnia female weakness and general
debllltr and very often affects the J
heart to come to the Colonial Hotel orJ
trMte UiandiWeriUl send them tt sam I
pIe of Con Dtrted SalLIIbla Free
etomachaheaalltrh
alIJtkU keep ihe itomach healthy
and makes the liver and bowels act
and by BO doIng none ot the above dlJ
eases will trouble you
Rheumatism le caused by uric acid
In tbe blood flalIJtlila Is a urlo acid
olvent and wilt cuteU Rbeumatlim
fot a TemD r Home Treatment 9100 s
Address
COLONIAL HOTEL LABOHATOniES
West Baden spring Indiana
Colonial Hotel rates are JZOO te
toit
11000 to 11100 per week
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1 i 11 Do You Ever
Examine the
o
Companies
Behind Your i
y Fire Insurance
Companies
You may not believe It 1 but it
Is sot ail uncommon thing for
some ono to suffer a ire loss I
and when they came to ad
ajust It find the company carry
t ing their Insurance is a weak
isproposlUon and only able to
pay about half the loss
You fully investigate a bank
before you deposit money wIthI I
It and It behooves you to fully I
investigate your insurance
companiesWe
We court Investigations of our
i companies and guarantee the <
best lino of strong financial
institutions you will find any
where IY t
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EXCURSION
BULLETIN
Mardi Gras New Orleans
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For the above occasion the I
C R R will sell tickets to
New Orleans and return on
M February let to 7th Inclusive
for 1705 return limit Feb
ruary 19th will privileges of
extension until March 7th up
on payment of 1 additional
I Jf T DONOVAN
Agent City Office
n JL PKATHEn
T A Union Depot
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Does not Color the Flair
Does not Color the Hair
Do S not Color tfje Hair
FJIKNCII AT NEIL OIlMiXS
LEASE LOUIS IAULHAX
New Orleans Feb SLouls Paul
ban the French aviator has been so
warmly welcomed by tho French
population of New Orleans that ho
annpunced today ho has decided to
lengthen his stay here and attempt
sto set several new records Ho will 1 I
attempt to break tho distance record
by a flight to tho gulf from New
Orleans or a flight to Baton Rouge
and return The latter course Is t
favored by the aviator because 1 it
will be over a section more thickly
populated by Frenchmen than any
other part of tho country
Mr E A Kelley Belvldero 111
writes us I am an excnglneor
with 22 scars active service to my
credit About three sears ago my
kidneys were affected ep that I had
to give up my engine First I was
troubled with severe aching pain
over the hips Then followed In
flammation of tho bladder and specks
appeared before my eyes A sample
of Foleys Kidney Pills that r tried
so benefited me that I tough more
I continued to take them until now I
can safely tcsstlfy they have made
me a sound and well manGU
berts Drug Store
StoreParsimony
Parsimony
John D Rockefeller never 1leji I
of impressing on the young tho folly I
of mean and parsimonious habits In
one of his most recent interviews heI I
saidI
saidThese I
These miserly e plo reap nothing
but discomfort from their false soon go
mica Take for example the caeo of
Mrs Silas Long of Sussex I
Martha said old Silas one fall
dap I think Ill go and get a few
apples from the orchard
Ho looked at her timidly She I
B1ldI I
W IIbe careful now SI only toI I
pick tho bad ones
Suppose there aint no bad ones
Martha
MarthaThen yell have to wait till somo 1
goes bad of course the old lady
snapped We cant afford to cat
good pound fruit mouth 3 cents a
bushel New York Tribune
S03Lpn MlSIiflY
f roil bvEii six YEAR
Read what Mr Hoffman landlord
of the Webster Hotel writes
I Buffered misery and Intense
palna from stomach trouble for over
F1 yere and at1tho ftoctorlIgthnA
I did or medicines I used wore of np
avail until about two years ago when
I used a treatment of MlcTm The
first few days treatment help me
greatly and upon using It a while I
was made entirely free from any
stomach trouble or complaint what
ever Since the cure by JHona J r
have regained my weight I Oat and I
sleep well am never nervous and I
my entire general health Is much bet
terMax OI Hoffman Webster N
Y Aug 2 1909
iMlona stomach tablets relieve I
distress In five minutes They act 1
like magic They are guaranteed to I I
n e sour stomach gas eructuatlons I
heartburn dizziness biliousness ondj j
nervousness or money back For J
ale by druggists everywhere and byc
byGilberts
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Gilberts1 drug store for 50 cents aI
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terse boxi
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Try Booths Pllle for constipation
constipationhey
they never disappoint 25c I
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Oldest and Best P 1 1 i
WHISKEY I I
WHISKEYin
in the city
OLD RICHLAND
9 years old
1
Bottled in Bond
This whitkey can be ob
tained hut one place inf j I I f
Paducahat thei
Topaz Bar i I
110 S Third St
F Lacefield Co j
Ask Walter
UptoDate Groceryi i
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GREEK FLETCHER
Ninth and Trimble
Tho above parties have our
chased the Gallagher grocery
qf Ninth nnd Trimble and
earnestly solicit your patronage
with a first class retail grocery
stock UOTJ IJIO OOtyIl l
New ZitS Old 718
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WHEAT DROPS
A FEW POINTS S >
VXDKK STItOXa AIlltAY OF HEAR 1
1SII 1 lVKlUKNCKS
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Practically Xo Importing During the
Strcngttth
Wfllfjjilttio IJeclliic
UcdlneI I
PROVISIONS MAKING GAINS
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Chicago Feb SWbeat value a
gave wny last week under an array
of bearish influences Prpbably thor
most effective of tho bearish factors
was tho heavy movement from tho InI
tenor Tho total was enormous nt
all points except Chicago the out
sldo markets being relatively hlghpr
3and therefore moro attractive to tho
seller Values gave way very grudg
Iingly however under tho bearish
Influences Short selling was in
dulged In very cautiously Water
man tho Albany miller is said to
own practically all tho cash wheat in 1
Chicago nnd the concentration ot
tho local stock Into a single Indlvl
dual ownership was recognized as
dangerous for tho short seller The
latter however is watching the prl
mary market receipts very closely
Bearish Sentiment Stimulated
Tho bearish sentiment was also
stimulated by tho slow cash demand t
for wheat Thero was sumo talk ot
a shutting down of some of the Mln
1lIn1neapoUsmllls
ncapolls mills because of the poor
demand for flour The small mills I
reported the flour business very dull
with no new bids at workable
limits One small mill shut down i
and Bothers are expected to follow
wt
suit early this week Winter wheat
mills assert that spring wheat mil
lers have been invading I winter i
wheat territory with cut prices for
somo time and havo been making
every effort to place large quantities
of flour Some of tho northwestern
mills aro still grinding liberally for
this tlmo of the year but this is near
ly all old business and will soon bo
cleaned up
ylo To Cash Dealers
viaa y
price for February wheat that is b e
in maintained is proving a decided
puzilcr to tho cash grain dealers i I
ThfcrdMa very little demand for
wheat on milling account In fact
1tlie cancellations of former sale s
were about as largo as the new busi
ness and both wero trlfllngly small
The principal owners of cash wheat
herd and elsewhere hold Uio theory
that the bulk of thd stock both in i
pritratn °
warehouses has been mostly sold to i
mills It the dullness apparent 1 in
the cash wheat trade at all the big I
centers continues for any length of I
time it will likely result in moro I
cancellations by tho Interior spills
tithat own wheat hero or at other 1
market centers
centersHears
Hears Held In Check
Whllo tho bears were inclined toi i
keep close to shore during tho great
er part of tbo week aggressiveness
ant d
t0more powerful party of believers In t
lower prices than has been seen be
fore In the wheat pit this crop year
is a certainty unless primary t6
ceipts fall off soon Current markol
ings from the interior are probably
tho heaviest ever recorded in the
midwinter season In fact they
would be cqunted largo for an after
harvest season in most years Dur
ing the first week or two of tho 1 I
heavy marketings it was thought
1heavy wero caused by railroad clean
Ups of stormdelayed grain > Dur =
ling the last week in January how
howlover
over the total receipts ran up to I
about 2000000 bushels above those
of a year ago and for the week just
closed they show a much larger
proportion of grain Only tho fact
that the local stock ot contract
wheat Is almost exclusively by
Waterman has thus far held local
bears in check and prevented their
rcomfOrfingJ
rcomfOrfingJI
PostToasties
Toasties
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Usually served right from tho i
pkg with cream or fruit
Therotst also many other
ways this delightful food canI I
bo used und tho little bookI I
TidUlta Made WJtJi TOasI I
tics in pkgs tells how II I C I
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WholeiomeAppetizing
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Free Liver
Remedy
I It it well to stop a physical ail
ment at thefirst signs of its approach
and that is especially true of liver
trouble which can eventually give
rise to so many serious complications
Many have liver trouble and imagine
lit is indigestion and hence take the
theI
I wrong remedy
When the liver does not store tip suf
flctent gastric Juice it becomes sluggish
and In this way disturbs the stomach and
bowels with which It It supposed to work I
In harmony Then comes the sallow I i
complexion the pimply face the dull
pain In the forehead the thinning of I
the blood etc A very quick and sensible i
way to stop the trouble as well as to
CaldwellS
Syrup Pepsin which contains Ingredients
especially Intended to promoto tho ac
IngredientsI
I Among the many thousands who havo
written the doctor about the results
achieved with his remedy and who are
thatr
others can help themselves are Mr Jas
Kennedy St Louis Mo Mrs 9 A
manyrs ALa
others
othersThese
These like thousands of others started
the use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample
If you will send your name and address
you will also obtain a free trial bottle
llvectrouble
This will prove to you that liver trouble
is promptly cured with this remedy or
money will be refunded Having tried
trteIt
It you can then buy It In the rrnlnr
Tray of your dntnlst at fifty cents and
1on dollar a bottle and the latter Is
sufficient for an entire family
overThis remedy Is a vast Improvement
over cathartic tablets and salts which
only do Rood for the time being Syrup
9YruPPepsIn l
pleasant to take and docs not gripe It
t especially Rood for all those who can
not stand a violent purgative
Dr Caldwell personals will be pleased
to Rive you any medical advice you may
dales for yourself or family pertaining to
the Stomach liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge Explain your case In a
letter and he will reply to you In detail
For the free sample simply send your
name and address on a postal card or
otherwise For either request the doctors
address Is I Dr W O Cahhnl1 U501 Cald
well building MonUcello 111
making a vigorous raid on tho mar
kot If primary receipts continuo
largo enough to wipe out this tho
premiums at outntdo markets and
turn tho movement of wheat toward
Chicago the beam are likely to go
after the wheat market hammer and
tongs regardless of tho concentra
tlon of the local holdings
Big Operator In Limelight
It Is the popular Impression In tho
wheat trade that A J Llchstorn be
gan putting put a lino of short
wheat late In the week and Is out
for a long and vigorous campaign on
the bear side Brokers that usually
act for him were bilsy sellers and
there was no Indication that they
were doing any buying Llchstern Is
given to making large ventures In
the wheat market and has taken
some very handsome profits as well
as some considerable losses In the
courso of his career Previous to the
Inaugurations of the Gates deal lit
1904 ho cleaned up 9cr 11000000
on the lone side of the market and
very nearly duplicated his experience
on tho short stdo when tho Gates
deal went to pieces the following
spring A good part tit t his profits
pn the short side wer made on a
i big lino which remained out all
winter r
No Exporting During Week
There was practically no export
business In wheat during tho week
and the Indications are that this
country will bo cnllrejy Ignored by
European Importers forn long time
to come Importing countries have
larger supplies than a year ago but
they are by no means burdensome
and current weekly worlds ship
menus aro really loss than tbo cstl
smated weekly requirements of too
Importing nations The big Russian
crop Is the apparently nercrcndlng
resources to fall back upon Tho Im
porting countries are therefore In
far easier shape than they were at
this time last year
Heavy shipping from Argentina la
beginning and Australia is offering
more wheat to Europe at lower
prices Shipments from the South
American republic for the week
ftfere 2608000 bushels and at the
e1me time the AVgentino ports show
ed an Increase In stocks of 3442000
bushels
bufihelsThe
Tho let loss for Way wheat for
the week was gjcenU July was 1e
cents lower and September declined
ill cents i
Strcngtht
Corn displayed tho same uniform
strength throughout tho week de 1
spite tho much larger movement to
market Tho western corn bulls
wero beginning to como Into the
market again to reinstate tho prop
erly that was marketed In the vlrln
ity of 70 cents around tho middle of
last month At the low point of the
week Mny was off 4 A cons from tho
top point from which tho market
turned downward after tho western
era began to tako their profits
Some ot tho big corn houses hero
began to advlso their customers to
got back Into the market again be
lieving that the present big run of
receipts was largely duo to cleanups
on tho railroads and that tho decline
would check farmers Sales In fact
there has been positive advlcesto
this effect both from Nebraska and
from many points In Illinois Tho
bulls who have scored such hand
some profits on the previous ad
vance believed that tho proper time
to buy corn was when the heavy mar
ketings were on They believed that
they would not have nearly as good
opportunity to secure lowpriced
opportunityafter
property after the rccqlpts began to
fall off In addition to buying by
somo of the westerners thero was
also some buying by tho east Clom
entCurtls who handled a big trade
for Eastern I and Southern cotton
traders during tho previous bull cam
palgn Were again taking hold of
corn
cornMay
May corn declined cent for the t
week July and September were
each U cent lower
Speculative trading In tho oats pit
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was ty light and that cereal tot
lowed the course of other rtgr gyp
tomtiof the local and dowj plItno
conCerns as well as pit pe < itoris
were mainly on tho sollngj sldp
whllo tho buying was selllnrsldM
scattered comralssIonhousQf tsar
May oats declined > 4 cent Tr Jh >
week July lost 4 cent a See
Seetember
tember H cents I r j
Provisions Scored Gains i
Provisions scored good gains all
along the line John Cudahy was an
aggressive buyer and offerings wore
scanty at all times Tho monthly
statement of the provision registrar
was looked upon as exceedingly
bullish Two months ot the season
Idt ordinary heavy accumulation havo
passed and stocks have made only
a trifling gain Current receipts of
hogs nt nil tho western packing cen
t rs nro running tar short of ft year
ago thero Is n shortage In tho phck
Ing since November 1 of 2345000
hogsThe
The buying by the Cudahy brok
ers has brought conservative people
to tho belief that tho Cudahy Inter
ests Is out for control of the Job
bing trade during the coming sum
mer Tho purchases made recently
cover the entire list i
There was a little Improvement In
tho southern demand for meats and
tills may bo expected to t Increase fur
I ther with tho approach of warmer
weather and spring cotton planting
operations
Drop by drop the offensive die
charge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls
from the back of tho nose Into the
throat setting up an Inflammation
that is likely to mean Chronic Hron
chltls Tho most satisfactory rem
edy for Catarrh Is Klyg Cream Balm
and the relief that follows even tho
first application cannot bo told In
words Dont suffer n day longer
from the discomfort ot Nasal Ca
tarrh Cream Ilalm la sold by nil
druggists for CO cents or mailed by
Ely Bros CC Warren Street Now
York
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TO CITY ANI l COUNTY OFFICIALS
FtiimUAHY 11
TIm CX > niin < rrlal Chub Will Entertain
Them nt Ialmrr house Next
Tuesday
1
Tho dinner for the members of tho
general council fiscal court and
school board will be hold February
1C instead of tonight as first planned
The dinner will bo given nt the
Ialnif > r blouse and will enable the
lertslatlvo bodies of tho city to Jet
together and dJsouaj matters of tho
citys welfare
welfarelie
Ho Threw a llrlclc
A fugitive from Justice slnco Do
comber 31 1909 Walter Dunlap col
ored charged with knocking Mitchell
Wilson colored In the head with n
brick during a fight near Ninth and
Uoyd streets was arrested this morn
Ing by Patrolman Emil Gourleux and
locked up in jail Dunlap Is said to
have hurled a brick through a win
dow at tho house of his sweetheart
where Wilson was at tho time Wil
son was in a serious condition soy
eral weeks but has recovered
LaGrlppo pains that pervado the
entire system LaGrlppo coughs that
rack and strain aro quickly cured by
mildlylaxative
laxative rate nnd certain la results
Gilberts Drug Store
Artlet to burglar who la making
away with pl ntlngvf rby tho
way If you should manage to die
pore of them would you mind send
Ing me your customers address i
Life
Money to Loud
The Mechanics Building and Loan
Association has money to lend on
rat estate at six per cent Seo F
It Fisher secretary for particular
Irrigation has literally reclaimed
tho desert In California
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
aF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD
I SUPERIOR TO OTHER sho nrer
he worn W L Doutis ho fo the
iuperlor foal and always find Ihey ara far
uprlor toM olh 1 hsh cnde iho t In Kyle
comfort and durability W a JONES
4U Icould I take you Into Ave my largo V ec
Tories at Brockton Mats and show you
how carefully W L Douglas shoes are
made r yoU would realize why they hold
their shape fit better wear longer and
are of greater value than any other make
IAI1t UNlife that W I IJoai IM earn and irlr
UtIf
MdIUIIrruunnlrrsnndntroewIIhw I
WIIIoUIIt t ua
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MATINKK AND NIGHT
I SaturdayFEBRUARY
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PRICES
Matlneo10c 2Gc
Nlght2Ge36c COc 7Co
Seats ready Friday 10 n in
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HIGH TARIFF
WINS DKIIATK AT PLEASANT
mum SCHOOL
llcncfll of Actual Prnrllro Out
MilRh Theory nt IHsciivlon
Now Olllccr
Ono of tho warmest discussion
over hold in a debating society took
place at Pleasant Ridge school hour <
on the Cairo road last Friday night
February 4 The question was
Resolved That tho United State
shall maintain a lileh tariff
Affirmative Adam Temple Jr
Prof E M Finley
Negative Virgil Jackson hell
Chiles
For two hourft Uio speakers held l
tho audience and received Rrcat op
pfaucc I nut finally the afilrraatrv
began to picture thc bright sldo 01
Ujo high tariff and it wit coon do
sided by all the judges that tho acorn
alive aide hud iiroJuwd Uie beal t
argument
Mr Temple took up export an d
Imports with ttio gnat Republlcai
party In power white Professor Fin
boys dwelled on history and govern
ment It was well handled by boil
of these young men
After the discussion neW officer
were olpclcsl as follows President
Adam Tempi Jr yloo pnsldent
11L Finlby stjretary blips Plinj
cure Jono Vnljipr lt F Templfi
Janitor SffiuniVrO Illcf Coinmunl
cater
Tborcs onn thing wo will have to
cliungo It three kidl e who wish t o
veto have tholr way cold Senator
Sorghum 117mt la than W e 1 W
have to quit talking nbout the win
dom of tho plain people WssJi
Ington Star
Third Annual Tour
Hurry Scott Company
Present that Furiously Funny Musi
cal Stow merrily served In3 courses
MAS NEW HUSBAND
Book David Edwin
Muilo nnd Lyrics Gco Fletcher
New Clean Catchy Musht t
18New 18
I cal Features 10
A Great 8hO119 tho unanimousr
verdict conceded by press critics
and theater going public
Coining
LATIMOIti S 1AM111 STOCK CO
IXSUIUJKNTH LED INTO
AMIltSaiDi AND KILLED
Now Orleans Feb 8 Dy Mexican
cablo from Managua According toi i
official dlt < patchcs from General VAS a
quez today tho provisional armyv 1
under Goniml Mona was l led Into n
carefully planned ambuscade at Santa
Tomas and n sixth of the number
killed Govornmont forces says Vas d
titles 5lost t 5
wounded In a running fight that
followed administration soldiers tx
ramo overenthusiastic and pursued
with rtcklessnoM nnd abandon with
results that Captain Harlnalli wan
killed anti Colonel Miguel and Cap
thin C uvarro desperately wounded
Navarro wai formerly governor of
Managua i iwnlttntiary anti Jt wan Ii
I who executed Xclajiin orders for
flooring riiootlng and torturing l o
lltlral prlMMiowL Tho inforcinir tf
I tradaK forces iy Colonel Telvdon
trvatI I
A SAKIxiuAUI TO ClllijIUiV
Our two chtMn ofWit nnd ltht ya
years have been dlnoo Infancy1 sub a
Joel to colds and croup About three
yvars ago I started to use Foleys
Honey and Tar and it liar tuner
theret
troubles U is the only modtolno I
can ret tho children to take without
I a row Tho above from W C Orn
I stein Green Day VU duplicates the
experience ot thousands of other
Tar1otll
I Gilbert Drug Store
I T1K19 KHCOND J
IKIIEIUVi WWI INTO HIS HAREM j I
qalroEgypt Fob 8c1 that 4
kfiedlvTAbbM II had dOllOrlcdI
monogamy nnd secretly married an
Austrian countess today caused a
greet scnsaUon throughout Egypt
The Khedives now wife has token
tho name of Kubelda Yen llancm
and will live at tho harem hofce
forlh Ills conversation to polygamy +
has alarmed aristocratic wives of l i t
Egypt who fear their husbands will
follow suit
Only Ono BROMO QUININE the Ison
onLaxative
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BOHANONS BAR
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Are You Particular 1
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Particular people have their particular work done by people
ttho are particular Your particular friends has his or herys
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DALTON CLEANINfi AND DYEING COIb s
loth Ilioncs 085 103 Hrondtvny
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I Hole Marlborough
Broadway 36th and 57th Sla Herald Square New York
1aMost
1nci1dW3Y 1 tet
to 25 leading theatres Completely iof i
renovated and transformed in every
everydClltnllltnt
ij ectt TeTcplione in each room
Four Beautiful Dining Rooms
with Capacity of 1200
The Famous
FamousGennan
German Restaurant
Broidwayi chief at tract Ion far Spe
cial Food DLhci aaj lOlUU Music
EUUfeOr l1 futon 223 Baths
Rata Cor Rns i 1110 and upward 100 and upwsriwltbkutl Prhr lelrawan3th
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