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THE KANSAS OTTY JOUKXAL, THURSDAY, JfXK 6, 1895.
imuuuiiuer aiuTiigJiMimjiiLLEE: dt-njau-mnik.
EMLRV, llll!I, THAI Ml CO.
r.Mf.nv, miit, tiiatmi co.
i.mi:rv, Minn, thavkr co.
EMERf, milll, TtlAYEfl A CO.
To-tnonoto tec took for the Heather to hcjalr and tinr-mcr.
Thermometer yttterclay Minimum, 5f matlmtem, ',6.
utli ami Alnln Sts.
latlmml ,Mnln 5l.
THEY LOOK SO PRETTY
IN THE WINDOWS
I That sight of them brings you involuntarily Into the store
A sale and a pleased customer Is the quick result
PIU.VJT.n 1'lUse. Tienuly In
cotton sttilV voti'il never
expect under 15 eciitv The
quirk selling price.. eg
FKOM 1 to 4 o'clock tills aft
rrnnoii Jl.'.o to Jii.'.o
Triinincil 1 1 it Is will.-.
go for .. ,52.50
ST.'.Oto i20 1 rimmed
ltnts will Ko for 5.00
MyltM of the best nml choicest
& f CENTS for I'mbrellns
M M that shnii Id bring Si.. 10
m0 tr ought to sell thi'tii by
the hundreds. Dozens of styles
in handles, nml nil new.
ClINTb n pair gives you
choice of four different
styles nnd tirades of
Misses' Hosiery. The ehonpest
were 25c, the best were 50c Two
SHIRT Wnlsls. I'lno, an end
less variety of styles. Pat
terns and cfdorings the cholco
selected kind. SI. SO grade 98c
UXDRRWRAR for women.
If ever n premium was
given for buying, It surely
35c I.lslc Vests. 25C
SI. 75 to SI. OS Cream nnd 0
Right Rlue hllk Vests .... 9C
CUII'.Sand Traveling Hags.
See that Twelfth street
window full. Knowledge
of the prices will swell your sav
OVI'.RV I'AKASORs. styles I Q
uoyontt description rrice,
Wtm one-fourth to one-third off.
Takes push nnd pcrsoveiance to
give such values.
S3 l'nucy Kunied Silk
Parasols 5 1. 9 8
S3.75 'White Crystal
Silk Parasols $2.25
HARDRY a customer but
what takes two or more of
the iWc Muslin Gowns now
selling at 50 ctints. Chance to
save one-third on as desirable an
article ns this isn't nn everyday
jy 4ek CRXTS buys a summer
9l 1 corset that you'll thank
M0 J us for the telling about,
bee them in tho window.
Q. BERNHEIMER, BROS. & CO.
A FINE PAINTING.
Linrry, Mini, 'Ilmjcr ,V Ci. Will llililhlt
Cnpj of l.fMiurilo ilit lml'. I'mnnii
BcKlnnltiK next Saturday one of th'
and most Interesting pilntlncs ever broimrit
to thl portion of the West will be placed
on exhibition In the art department of
Kmery, Hird, Thayer & Co. It Is an ex
cellent oil copy of Leonardo da Vinci's fa
mous painting, "The Last Supper," In tho
Convent ot S.incta .Maria delle Cirazle, In
Milan, Italy. The pnlntlnc was brought
htro by the firm at considerable expense
nnd Is uuitti or trtlul Mudy and bcru
tlny. The -Ize ot the orlKlnal, uhlch Is a
wall piliitlnx. Is fourteen feet ten Inches by
twenty idsht feet time Inche". The size ot
the copy which Is to be exhibited by i:m
ery. Ulrd, Thajer .V Co Is nine feet by
ctshteen feet The paintln? represents
Christ and Ills rlisrlples aeateii behind .1
lone table. In "the Inrno upper room,"
throiiRh the open door and window of
which appear ,1 mountainous lands-cape.
The dlselples are In croups of three, the
tlBtire of the Savior belnK the central one,
and that which tlxes the attention tirst
Da Vlnel w is an itnontor, a mechanic and
an enslneer, as well ns a painter, nnd
the groups Into whlih he has divided the
tlBiircs are the results of very careful
study and eftort. It was the custom with
the painters of the Italian school to paint
according to some co-ordinate arrangement,
and this is admirably Illustrated in the
sent to the House of the flood Shepherd,
but was dlscliarKed because of her 011
duct. When arraigned before Justine
.loyce she tefued to answer his ni'e.sitons
and acted In such a sullt 11 manner thnt
be imposed a JI5 line. Humane Agint
Oreenmnn was In the court room nnd of-
red to see that the girl was sent to her
nnme at Moncrl). Mo., If the line was re
mitted. Justice Joce discharged her and
she was taken In i'titod v the Humane
Society. Last night transportation was
secured nnd she was placed on a train In
charge of the conductor.
JCcail at a Meeting of the I'rotestiut Iloinn
for Aged At omen and (ilrls.
A pirior meeting of the lidles Interested
In the "I'rotestant Home for Aged Women
and Girls" was- held this week In West
port. A ery pleasant feature of the meet
ing was the reading of a historical sketeh
of tho institution by the secietar The
first meeting of the ladles who founded the
home was held Julj 3, 1SW Shoi tl) aft, r
ward the work was gotttn undi r wa and
has mown rapidly to Its present piopor
tlons. To keep it going and meet the te
qulrements lias cost the ladies much time
and many sacrlflres. The result of the
work, according to the repot t of the sec
retary, h is been of a nature to fully com
pensate for nil toll required The report
was full of details concerning the work
uone aim encouragement ocr me outlook.
rs j 1 "I t p
orlglnnl painting. On either side of the
BaWir are two group of three llgures each,
fi"b group presenting one subordinate to
tho central (mute, but Itself with a central
llgtire. The long table, behind which the
Jipiires are, serven to set off the bright
colors ot the clothing of the disciple. In
orier that the monotan of the horizontal
ralght lines of the table and peipendlcu
lar s'lalght liner, of the walls of the room
n.ay be biokm, the groups are arranged so '
as to gie an unuuiiting tine.
DEFIED THE GRIPMEN.
All UllKniilvn .ll.ta Miinedii ill lllmklllg 11
Cable Itnid I'util Keiumtil iy the
At 2 oVlnek esterday afternoon the po
lice were Informed by telephone that nn in
sane man was st Hiding In the middle of the
Metropolitan car tiaiks on Nineteenth and
The Greatest Ever Known!
The soiling of tho past three days has been marvelous. More Roods have passed over our counters the past three days than in any three
days of any previous June Sale. The big Seven Days' June Sale gathers force as it goes, and is now proving to be the most successful June
Sale we ever had. Wo t old you thoro were tons upon tons of merchandise that had to go before the first of July. If the present selling keeps
up it will all bo gone by Juno 15. Wc have got this stupendous sale well started now and arc adding from day to day additional attractions.
There Shall llo No Let l)) in this grand soiling. Tho prices wo are making will carry it along faster than ever. If you've a single item to get
co (no to the Store To-Day for it.
k 'c j
Kvcry day something new to tell
you in Millinery. But rarely in the
history of any department havo you
olTcringi tho equals of this one.
Kvcry correct kind auil shape. We
would not have grown to the biggest
gathering of Alillinery in this city if
tlicio wcie a shortage of styles.
But look at those prices. They're
most remarkable and should attract
you, But understand it is not alono
in tho prices that tho remarkable part
of this offering ib tho styles are the
IKts In black lice.
Ilonnets in Jet designed for street, opera,
CartliRe Hats, Seaside Hats, Traveling
Hats nnd Bonnets.
$'" ilonnets for t S."S
!T00 ilonnets for , ID",
JIM Hats for 3 73
(7m Hats for )!-.
$inc) Hats nnd ilonnets for 7.M
Jl. l lints and Ilonnets for 7 SO
J.hh) Hats and Ilonnets for WOO
The best lllnck and White Leghorn f)wp
Hats, 4c alues, for 'JU
Jl rt White Leghorn Hats )to
Ihc, tf'.lc, $1 Mowers for '18c.
Includes the Itoscs, Morning Glories and
C9 nnd 50c allies In flowers 9n
3."ic and 4Sc
Shirt Waist and separate skirt sea
son is at hand. -That means Bolts
havo tho call just now particularly
so at these prices:
Indies Hells, with sliver plated O.",,
white tnetnl buekles, fA- nnd toe Z)(j
kinds for -vy
1 lot of
Lea t h c r
worth 50 and 75 cents, for
I nursuay, choice
"'wair1"1 wii "
High timo to say something about
Belt Buckles. You know they arc
here, but perhaps you don't know
that today we'll olTcr Whito Metal
Bell Buckles, fiOc kinds, prct- QKr,
ty designs, at mOKs
Odds and Ends Dept.
The popular department for the less ex
Men's light weight Shirts and Drawers,
Cfe kind, for. ;jc each
Men's Hockford Socks C!,e a. pair
Men's Suspenders for i;tjc
Men's Turkey Ited .Handkerchiefs for
Ladles' Colored Lllc OIovcs for....5e pair
Ciingham Stinbonnets for IUts each
Citnuhnni Kitchen Aprons for 13e each
Mn, 10 anil 12'ic trimming laces for..r,c yard
1'c nnd 18c Veilings for 10c yard
Mill lengths Lining Cambrics for..HjCard
Druggists' Sundries Dept.
f . r si, I
r i r-i "o ioi oi iuisses
iiiu j.iuuus j lose
2jo and aOc; for
VVJUt i' "Kv
are tho popular
ones; 2 s S of
them just in
morning by ex
press, and to
day they are
Shouldn't bo a .single one here at
12 o'clock, and wouldn't if you
would bee them, same as cm, 50c
Xot all sizes tho reason for this
d-button Glace Ivida and 8-button
length Jlousqiiotairc Suedes; tho
jl.50, -1..5 and $2 kinds;
No uced to tell
you whero tho best
Linens are, you
know that; we but
hint at what's here
1 Assorted lot Cambric llllow Phnms. em
broidered nnd milled edge, regular re
tail price. JI.K, JI.M nnd f1"0 pilr.
hi our inursaa.vs paie lor, pe
pail .a.......,.....,.,. .,,.
50c for 25c
t Assorted lot Damask Colored Center
Hr.lrfs, 70 Inrhes long, made to sellC)?r ,.
f'K't in our Thursday's Kale, cach.znfi
25c lor 15c.
1 lot Colored Turkish Scarfs, f -I
Inches long, frlnce nil nround. I Hi1.
Will ln rtFToo.l nrtl. nv
IOC for 25c
1 lot Taney Colored Turkish Towels. Cl
hecr solit by us for less than too, ZDli
jou can buy In this sale for
SIJ.OO for - 25.
Ulenched . Napkins, nlw-as
us for KM d02en:CO O"
sold in this saleN.Q
Side Combs 25c for 10c.
Wc aro all tho timo
doing f. u rprisitig
things in the jewelry
department. Hero's a
pleasant one for to
day. 1,140 pairs shell col
or Side Combs, 3 in.
long by 1 in. wide
tho quality wc have
heretofore had to ask
to-day we say, per 1 f
bought under the
at $3, but
To-day will bo one of tho biggest
remnants days wc have ever bad. Wo
aro going" to take tho big bargain
Ono lot of Royal
Falcum Powder, Counters, Walnut Street Floor, and
pilo and pack remnants on there as
thcro havo never been bolore, and tho
IPS bottles of'nriccs aro Koin" to be just half.
There'll bo remnants of Dress Goods,
Challies, Whito Goods, Ginghms,
Sateens, Batistes, Percales, Points,
etc., Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons,
Drapery Silk and Felt and tho
Orris Root, for
IPS Fine Cloth Brushes,
worth 25c; to-day
2SS Fine Metallic Hair Bnish--JQ-
os, worth .35c; to-day lL
-P1. Ono lot of Nursing
g3 Kt Bottles with Nipple;
prico just HALF PRICE.
The only de
cision you'll havo
to maka will lm
AjHj tcgarding t-hades.
J ho prices aro
those that belong
to the poorer qual
ities of elfciYhcro
hero the best always.
lO.OOil pieces all silk So. 1 rt
1'leot edge or satin, per
Studies for this naintliig. whkdi are sun-i Mettle Mreeth ami tltdbsl un urinm.in
po'ed to he Da Vln. I's, ar In the collection 1 to run Mm down, fable tai bore down uti
of the Orand liurhe, of Weltmr. In thu
Windsor colli ftlon. In the ilrera In Milan
aid In the Venice academy. UK inemorati.
da relative to the arrangement of the llg
ures is In one of his note books in the
South Kensington museum, London. The
piintlng is considered Da Vinci's initter
pie e. It was finished In Hii. after teeral
jeara' work. The colors were poor anil
.0011 faded rapidly, oil painting having been
revUfcd but a comparatively few years lie
fore. The pleturn was repainted In 17.S by
Ilellotl), In 1770 by .Maazi and In 1S5.1 by
Ilarozzl, The lower part of the central
Croup was destroyed in 165.', when n door
was cut through the wall of the convent
In 17'5 the refectory was made Into a sta
ble, against Napoleon's order, and In HuO
It was flooded ilftetn days
The first group on Christ's right constats
of John, Jul is ami I'eter; the seroiid of
An1r-w, James the youngei, and Kir
tholetnew, who stands at the end of the
table. On the Savior's left hand are Janus
the elder, Thomas and J'hillp. and, furth' r
on. Matthew, Thadd-us and Himon. The
picture at Hmery, Uird. Thayer .i Co.'s u
a- artful and complete an imitation of the
original as It U possible to obtain.
Unndiig 1'aper I'lII tlio Jail With Suiokr
Nn Ilauiitge Unite.
At 2 o'cloek jesterday mornlns almost a
panic occurred among the pruoners nn
tlnid In the county Jail, at the corner of
.Missouri avenue and iiak street, Clouds
of smoke ascended to the. third and fourth
floors through air shaft No. b, on the we3t
pile, 'fho frightened prisoners cill I
Jailer Latimer, who located the origin of
A iiuantlty of waste pjpr had been
thrown down the ventilator shaft from a
prisoners cell. Afterwards some thought
less prisoner threw down a burning- cigar
or lighted match, whldi fell on the pap. r
and ignited the pile. Tho jail hose was at
tached to 4 faucet and a few mlnut. s
work put, out the bla-te. It required an
hour to ullay the fiars of the Imprisoned
inmates of the buildint.
srnt to tier Home.
Busjn Nolby. 15 years of age. was be
fore Justice Joyce yesterday on the charge
at dhjorclerljs conduct. Sha hacj beep, talje
him rtptatedlj, but he stood his ground
and hnd to be n moved b force em h time
a car passed Nineteenth street. At list
the grlpmen grew weary and asked poll, e
The patrol wagon was sent out and the
Insane man was tukt-u to precinct No 4
polite, station and placed in a cell An
hour afterward hf was identified as Will
iim (iarrison, a former Inmate of the
Garrison has been harmlessly Insane for
s-veral years A short time ago he w is
dlsehargtd from the poor farm and jes
terday was the tlist time his insanity
showed itself in a violent form
To-day an eifort will be made to secure
his incarceration In an aslum for the insane
IT lb YOl It
Dl'TY TO PAST A JUL-
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS Tre STAtfPARD,,
Stme quality small stores ask lCc and 25c
S.0O0 yards all silk ltlbbon from lJ.
to i'i Inches wide, and worth iniA
regular way up to S.V per ard, I IIP,
.. .. ...... ...... ,.. , .... ,u. ....
One big lot of Milllmry Itibbon, Ofk
all silk, per ard for Zi)0.
Worth Mc and TOc. Ju
Dress Goods. (I:.,,,,,,..)
Crejions, all wool, French red,
gieen, navy, tan; tho every- t(Jy-
whero URo "kind; to-day 0C
The goods aro fresh, protty. They
only go down to make things lively.
Kor Thursday only.
We mention a few prices, and compare
Hood's Sarsaparllli ,,.. ,,.,,,,..,,,.700
Castorla ....,,, ;,c
Harler's Iron Tonlo 79c
Simmons Liver Jtegulator ....,....,,......,".
llspo's Cieaiii ;0
Ituttermllk Soap , 3v,c cake
Ajer's SirtapurtlU , 7.
Taskolt , .(;.
Carter's l.tnle Liver Tills He
V. & W. guirmie , ssr oz
(Jernian yum " i oi
100 KmptJ Cap' ib for 10c
Dr Miles' N r ne ,. 79c
Warner's Sif- Cure ,,,,,,,.,,, 93c
Warners Log Cabin ,73s
We're making some unusual prices
on Furniture during this Big June
bale, and if you'vo a single pieco of J
Fumituro to get, como fi rst to tho
niNlNfl JtOOJI CHAIRS.
DINING HOO.M i:XTi:NSION TABLES,
ni:n ijoom i-rriNiTrrtc,
J'OItCH CHAlItS AND SBTTKKS,
WAlU)IlOHi:.S, OI'J'ICB DKSKS,
T1ZA. TABUS, PARLOR TABLES,
Large Moquette Rugs, Special Q"j Ow
Moquette Mats, good values at HKn
tl, our priee I OKj
Best quality all wool two ply KCn
Carpet, worth 75c, for Odb
Japanese and China
You will find your house many degrees
cooler If you cover sour doors with Mat
tlnsr, Scores of new colors and designs to
a very lit
and a pic
will mako tho homo much more home
like. 25 per cent discount on all Framed
1.00 Trained TMcture for 73c
$2 00 Trained Picture for $ 1 SO
3 00 Tramed Picture for $ 2.J3
$4 SO Framed Picture for $3 00
$6W Tramed Picture for $ 4.S0
$12il Tramed Picture for $000
$15.00 I'ramed Picture for , $11.2'5
.'0 00 I'ramed Picture for $15.00
Engravings, Etchings, Photographs, Fac
Similes, Photogravures, etc.
25 per cent discount on all frames
made to order.
$1.00 Trames for 75c
$2.f) Trames for $1.50
$300 frames for $223
JO) Frames for $150
4 to 21-inch Florentine Circles,
1.30 to 20 each at 25 por cent
UG to 20x21 Florentino Ovals
$1 Si Florentine Oval $1.02
$2.00 Florentine Oval $1.60
$joo Florentine Oval $2.25
!).() Tlorentluo Oval $150
Oval and Square Florentine Frames lm
ported Card size to 20x26.
$2.2.i for JI.M
Sl.t'i for $2.25
$150 for firm
$i.00 for $1.50
$100,000 Worth of Shoes.
Wo havo the largest stock of La.
dies', Children's and Men's Shoes in
our city, and we do the largest bust
nes. 'o employ inoro salespeople
in our Shoo Department than any
other store in our city. We havo a
greater spaco devoted to Shoes at
smaller rent than any other holtsc In
our city. We pay cash for our Shoes.
These advantages enable ui to buy
Shoes at the very lowest prices anil
turn them over to you in many cases
for about the same prices the smaller
stores havo to pay for their goods. If
there's an item wanted come to tho
store to-day, Thursday.
Women's Tan Chrome KM Or- rt- nn
fords, hand turned sole, the ,N I ,,il
new toes, heart vamp, the pair.
A saving1 of 7oc 11 pair.
v omen's Black Chrome Ox
fords, six stjles. cloth nnd kid
top. patent leather tip, the
Thli Is n saving of 00c a pair.
Women's Oxford, four tie.
patent tin, or piiln toes, flexible r.-f rr A
soie, soft kid uppers, the PilrJjX.Dv
Worth .Aj more.
Mlses' Tan Button nnd Lace
Shoei, the pair
Worth $2 00 and $2 50.
Women's Black Chrome Kid But
ton Shoe, 6 styles, cloth and
We have Shots a shade better at $3,
naven t seen them around town.
Women's Vlcl Kid Button Shoe,
square toes, patent leather
Don't be surprised If they ask you $2.50
for inferior hoes nround town, r.o rvrv
Women's Tan Chrome Kid But- tD.UU
ton, needle or xqtmre toes.. ..... v
You will pay $1 or more for these when
this lot Is gone.
Cut Glass Tumblers.
S(i for S3.G0.
Wo find a surplus of
113 dozen Cut Glass
fan cutting, beautiful
crystal glass; same kind
crockery stores ask you
G.OO a dozen for; to-day (JJ fifi
we say tJpO.UU
Ibis is about the price the com
mon etched tumblers generally sell
for. Cut Glass Eooms, Walnut
The selling in this department is
stupendous. Tho RED LETTER
figures aro rushing the goods out in
a hurry. But there aro new lots being
added from day to day no flagging
in tho interest in this sale. To-day
An assorted lot of Star Shirt Walits fn
of the regular $1.00 quality each t)JQ
Also about Soo pairs left of those light
color wool Cheviot knee pants, with pat
ent band nnd back pockets, all t"A
sizes up to H, regular 73c and Jl.uonlJC
quality for, per pair tw
Only two pairs to a customer.
These In connection with our Red Tlgure
Sale of Bojs' Suits in all ages up to 19.
To-day on a separate table an assorted
lot of Knee Pant Suits nt
Half Price or Less.
Get there early In the day or you may
not find the sizes you need. All perfect
goods, strictly high class suits.
Remember that nearly every suit In our
Immense stock for boys has been put into
tho Juno Sale at new prlccs.marked In red,
showing- the former price in 'black. Sales
for June so fnr more than double any pre
vious year. If your hoys need a suit you
cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
Boys' Department, third iloor.
Wc easily keep ahead
of all others in the matter of
tailoring clothc3 to order.
The lower tariff on woolens
enables ns to show yon now
for $15 suits from goods that
would have cost you last
year $20, and a correspond
ing reduction may be seen
in all of our thousands of
fine fabrics, ranging from
$15 to $50 for suits and $4.
to $14 for trousers.
Skilled labor is less costly to
day than for fifty years past,
and we back up our artists'
work with our money, guar
anteeing every garment to
be satisfatory or money refunded.
Comer 9th and Main
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED I
IHE.REAUP AIMLESS DENIiafS
Shirt Waist Sets.
Looks like you
can't get enough of
these Silver Fin
ished Shirt Waist
Sots; to-day they
Over 200 Teeth Extracted Dully. XO
PAIN OR DANGER. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
and aching teeth, if worth it, filled anil
725 MAIN STREET
ALTMAN. KAULBACH & CO.. Props.
2jc and 85c for 19c.
An assortment Ladles' Hosiery taken
from our reserve and consists of black
cotton with white feet, plain and drop
stlteh cotton, dropstlteh tan cotton, drop
stitch black Lisle and fancy boot Mile
cotton; worth in our regular stock 1 f
2ie and 33c per pair in this Juno I JIP.
Sale. ... Layj
EMERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO.,
wnoro can a lew cents be put
more profitably than in a good ham
mock? Comfort, pleasure and little
cost. Here's one at HALF PRICE.
Close Woven Hammocks, full n 1 rf
Drapery and Upholstery
Japanese Torch Blinds are just what you
want to tcieen tho glare of tho sun and
the public saze from our homes, They
nre a great comfort, ery stylish and very
Inexpensive, All sizes, and colors and new
prices, Japanese I'ortleres that should sell fn
for . fi) each are ,, MnP
All colors and styles. '"ujj
Cord Curtains at
88.80, 84.98, 85.98 Each.
Value twic this,
tins foCh Kmbroll3ere,1 sash Curtain .Mug.
That to match elsewhera you'd have to
pay 25o and ?,lo yard.
Oldest and Original.
io West Ninth St, Kansas City.flo.
Leading and Successful Specialist In Wood
Nervoui una Urlmtrr Dhieises,
.ii.uiiii.il ni.iiii.HY, with its
cloomv symptom, cured.
f lost VITALITY permanently restored.
hVl'lllLlh cured for life without mercury.
UltlNAKV JHbEAiL') iurtil niiii-uii, nn
Wllh'.N ALL OTIIL-HS FAIL consult Dr, IL
J. Whlttler and receive the candid opinion of a
physician ot experience, skill and intearlty. No
promise made that cannot bo fulfilled-
.MLIHUlNh.-i furnished at small coit, and
sent nyhero soaleu. Treatment hhVl.ll
SK.NT V. . I).
l'ltLi: consultation and urlnaiy analysis.
(tTTFDR i "9al and emergencies, sealed.
J , ,7 Hjor " "" 'lamp.. Ulaaks t'reS
Call or address In confidence
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
111 West Mnth St. KANSAS tUTV, MO,
OUR I NATIONAL BANK
W U 1 1 1 New York Life Buildinir.
DIltL-C-TOItSi ' -i' ",,f0,;1,V.r.fv?nh " R f!0)'.1-" TON, Cashier. D. A. McKihdei..
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