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REV. ZEPHANIAH MEEK, D. D.
Eminent Methodist Divine Cured
Nerve Trouble by Paine's
Celery Compound,
Bcv. Zophanlah Mock. I). D., Is u
hounchold naino all over tlio South.
Slncol807 liu lms owned and edited
the "Central Mctlindlat," tlio leading
paper of tlio Methodist Episcopal
Church In the South. Ho represented
IiIh State at the General Conference.
Ho was one of tlio Kentucky Coin
mlssloners at tlio Chicago Columbian
Exposition. During his ministry In
the South ho has built and dedicated
ilvo chapels, lie writes fromCatletts
burg, Ky., whero his homo Is, an
follows!
"I havo used several bottles of
Palne'scolory compound for nervous
trouble, resulting from overwork, nnd
with lnuucdlnto effect, as well ns per
manont benefit. It Is tlio lieHt norvo
tonic tliat, 1 have over tried. H bus
also been used In my family with great
bonollt."
Tlrcd-out, half-sick men and women
need something more than a moro
rest. They need a posttlvo, unmlstak
ablo ucrvo food; thuy must havo a
rcscrvoof norvo-foreo to draw from,
beforo their heads will coaso to acho
and thulr nerves coaso to tremblo
with neuralgia.
It Is estimated that there aro over
ten million nerve libers In the Iwdy.
Solongasthcso nilnuto tissues aro
kopt fully nourished. 0110 lives In bliss-
fill Ignorance of any such thing as
neuralgia, headaches, or oven a
nervous system, but let one become
"run-down" and tho nutrition of tho
body get low, and ovory one of these
myriad llbres becomes a "live who"
with In tho flesh. Headache, noural
gla, rheumatism, and otrcr forum of
nervousness and debility result di
rectly from a famished nervous system.
Palno's celery compound is ablo to
correct this faulty condition. It
builds up tho nervous system mid sus
tains It. Tho brain at onco feels the
strengthening elTects of tho superb
nutriment. There aro thousands of
Daily Capital Journal
BY HOinCW. OHOTHUKa,
FRIDAY, MAHOIl 13, 1800.
PRRSONAL.
Henry Lang returned to Portland
today.
Murry Wade wont to Chemawa
toduy.
MoKlnloy Mitchell etuuo up this
morning.
Huv. P. 11. Gwyuuo was au Albany
vUUor today.
It. Q. Keepo returned to Stayton
this morning. .
Wnrreu Trultt was a nateeiiunr ti
I'ostlund today.
Hon. Geo. S. .Downing returned last
tilght from Portland.
J. 31. Mart In loft today for Wood
bum and Oregon City.
Jno. M, Gftirln, promlnuut Port
land attorney, arrived In Salem last
evening.
0, P, Hltdiop loft this afternoon for
of
men and women today who havo been
onabled to keep vigorously at work,
whomusthavoglvenupbutforPalno's
celery compound.
Nervous affections aro a warning to
busy people
At tho carllcstslgn of reduced ncrvo
force, Inability to sleep, languor, or n
gloomy habit of mind, everyone should
look Immediately to tho nutrition of
their nervous systom and to tho
purity of their blood. Palno's celery
compound will attend to both of these
urgent needs moro thoroughly nnd
more speedily than anything else in
tho world. Palno's celery compound
Is not to bo confounded with tho com
mon preparatsons, tho Rarsaparlllas
and nervines. Bolng tho discovery of
a man of science, I'rof. Edward E.
Phelps, M. I)., LL. 1)., of Dartmouth
College, It has tho support of tho best
physlcans; they prescribe It uni
versally; and tho many sick persons
inutlo well by Its uso proves that that
support Is merited.
To the great majority of business
men a vacation, to say nothing of
thrco months of complete inactivity,
Is out of the question at this season, i
oven when their brains demand a
comploto rest and their nerves acho
and threaten them with prostration.
Now, there aro hundreds of business
men and hard-worked professional
men In this city In Just this
condition. What aro they to do?
Thoso who ore tired out "run down"
aup debilitated at this trying season
will do 1 well to read some of tho
straightforward aud convincing state
ments from tho nion and women who
have lxjen cured by Palno's celory
compound.
Nervous weakness vanishes before
Palno's celory compound as mist be
fore this strong, health giving rays
of tho sun. Convince yourself of tho
fact at onco, If your health Is at ull
Impaired.
Portland and from there will proceed
to San Francisco.
H. A. Harris, late of tho Monmouth
Monitor, aud a goal all around nows
paper man, Is In tho olty.
Hon. C. M. Donaldson of llaknr
county, and Hon. H.G.GulldofShert-
uuii wore in tho city Unlay,
E. Meeker, tho veteran lion umwnr
of tho Puyallup, Wash., country, Is In
mociiy. Mr, Meeker recently re
turned from London.
,1. II. Campbell. T. A. Llveslv mi
Chas. Pry were threo south bound
hopbuyors this morning, tlio two
former to Harrlsburg, aud tho latter
to Albany.
m 1
Fiubt.Tax Monkv, Tho shorlll's
onleo has turned over the first batch
of taxes for 16U3, a total of $0530.24,
Of Wllleh $10 Is for IVlll inv nn.l HVil -
I " lVlllt. VM4
n Bwiio, county ami school. The
Ittlnnco Is distributed by County
Treasurer Jap Mlnto among tho varl
ous funds where It belong.
Woodmen's mitftrtnlm,i..ii t.nii..
at Insuranco hall, Jennlo llooth will
ivcue.
The V. s. Gov't Reports
aw Rmytt Baking Pw4p
SOCIETY CHRONICLE.
Miss Marie Cundlff came down from
Albany today.
Mrs. J. A. Singleton is visiting re
latives In Turner.
Miss May Sayro was a Chemawa
passenger today.
Miss Gertrude Cleaver returned to
day from Jefferson.
near Jennie Booth this evening nt
the Woodmen's entertainment.
Mrs. Belle J. Scllwood. of Portland,
Is the guest 'of Salem relatives.
Miss Katie Wheeler, of Independ
ence, Is tho guest of Salem friends.
Miss Cook Martnil went to Port
land today for n visit of several days.
Mrs. A. A. MeCully, of Portland, ar
rived In the city last evening and Is
the guest of Mrs. E. E. Waters.
Mrs. II. A Dearborn Is home from
a visit In Portland. Her daughter,
Mrs. Helen Morgan, accompanied her
home.
Miss Anna Aldcrwm returned to
1 . 111 . ji.i.. ........Ii.i. nti i 4 tn
AliniSVIIIC UHN IIIUlllliiK HMfi "
weeks visit iiiuong Portlnml and Sa
lem friends.
Mis. B. A. .Jack, of East Salem, was
reported slowly sinking this morn
ing. She MilTered a stroke of paralysis
on Wednesday last.
Miss Pearl Snonenbcrg, of Bochcs-
ter. Wash., returned home today after
spending the winter in this city with
her uncle, J. A. van Eaton, and fam
ily. Mrs. Cyrus U. Woodworth, of Port
land, returned home today after n
visit In this city with the family or
her father, J. A. Applegate. She will
soon leave ror California.
HKMKM11KR
the date of the grand concert at the
Iluptlst church for the benefit of tho
church work. Sixteen Instruments
aud aboutu dozen voices arc preparing
something good for the occasion. Save
the date March 25th.
THE FOKESTKHS.
Fifty Is the tuimbcrof charter mem
bers with which Court "Sherwood
Forest" will bo installed tomorrow
night. Is your name handed in? If
not, don't neglect It.
CHILDREN'S' CLASSICS.
Tomorrow Prof. Heritage begins a
new term In his chlldrens Saturday
singing classes. All parents Interested
In having their, children learn music
should be sure to attend.
WUDDINO ANNIVKItSAltY.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. B. Byan celebrated
the 28th anniversary of their marriage
yesterday. Their only children, John
and William, nnd their adopted
daughter, Miss Ifuttle Gllmore, were
present, as well as a few guests, they
being Mrs. M. E. Muriel, "Father"
Hatch, Mrs. Strong, Mrs. Cheshire,
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Mason, Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. S. Burford, nnd a brother of
Mrs. Byan. C. Potce.
A COMINO C0RVALLI8 KVENT.
An event about which there Is
much stir Is n literary and musical
entertainment to bo given by tho
ladles of tho Mnccabecs, at tho opera
house Friday of next week. Features
of tho program aro to bo musical num
bers by Miss Margucrlto Aldorson of
Albany collego and Mrs. Emma
Walker, a graduate of tho conserva
tory of inusio of Wlllamotto univer
sity; recitations by Miss Helen Craw
ford or Albany, and an address by
Mrs. Nclllo Lambsou, tho eloquent
state commander of tho order of Lady
Maccabees. Further notlco of enter
tainment will appear later. Times.
Miss Alderson Is a Salem girl, but
Is now a teacher of inuslo In Albany,
Miss Helen Crawford Is well known
horc, and has many friends In tho city.
8IIUKWOOD FOHKST.
All thoso who can pass a medical
examination and prove a Hrst-cluss
moral character should avail them
selves of tho opportunity of becoming
n charter member of court "Sherwood
Forest" which will be Instituted Sat
urday evening, March 14, at 7:30 In
Popular Hall (old Odd Fellows.) Tho
admission fee after that night will bo
from $15 to $40, nccordlng to age.
Don't miss this opport unity. Charter
members fco $5, monthly dues 1. Tho
benefits given by this ordor are med
ical attendanco aud medicine freo,
and $7.50 cash per week la case of
sickness, besides a cash funeral bono
llt. This Is tho "Foresters of America-"
12 3tQ
NEW STAND
vvvvv
H. M. BRANSON & CO,
Now occupy the J. A- Van Eaton store,
Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets,
Where the reputation of the old firm will be maintained.
-
AT THE WILLAMETTE.
The regular open meeting of the
Phllodorlan society will be held this
evening. The exercises win taue piuco
In the society halls Instead of the
chapel, as before mentioned. Thoso
not Attending tho university will bo
admitted by Invitation only. The
following program will be rendered:
Piano solo A. D. Garland
Becltatlon Miss Ethe Hyghes
Essay Ernest Wilson
Qunrtctto ,
Messrs. Mark Early, S. H.
Early, II. II. Heritage,
O. W. Livesay.
Address Professor Dunn
L. B. Matthews, C. Jv. Bran
denburg, E. B. Carter.
Solo ;?,ni?l,,VV0,c!i
Becltatlon . . .Hnl Hibbard
WHIST PARTY.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. D. Bcunio enter
tained nbout twenty-live of their
friends nt their home In South Salem
Wednesday evening. That most en
joyable game of whist was the order
of the evening which was brought to
a happy conclusion by serving a delici
ous lunch. Mrs. Bennle was assisted
In Inviting aud entertaining tho
guests by Misses Lizzie O'Nell and
Lilly Hunter. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. James Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. J'.
A. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Louslgnout, Mr. and Mrs. James
Magulre, Misses Elba Mock, Lilly
Hunter, Lilly Green, Lizzie and Snrnli
O Neil, Frankle Godfrey, Minnie
Neville; Messrs. Ed. Macy, Chas.
Townsend, George Armstrong, Chas.
Craven, B. C. Fisher, J. J. Johnson,
Itonia Hunter, John McCourt, Bert
Macy, Schuyler Klghtllnger, Albert
Macy and Albert Southwlek.
In the Circuit Court.
Judge Hewitt held court as depart
ment No. 2. Tho docket entries for
the day are as follews:
II. P. McNary, receiver, vs. George
Williams, Emma A. Williams, A.
Bush, foreclosure; demurrer argued
and submitted.
Catherine Hurley vs Chas. W. Hur
ley, confirmation; motion for a writ
of assistance allowed, tho writ to Is
suo nnd, upon twenty dnys notice to
defendant, tho plaintiff to bo put In
possession.
At the close of Thursday's session
tho judge ordered that court stand ad
journed until April 13th.
Sherman, Condlt&Park, attorneys
for defendant In the divorce suit of
Catherlno Ilurloy vs. Chas. W. Ilur
ley,whlch was heard by Judge Hewitt
In nn adjourned session of the Febru
ary, 1895, term, and decided for the
plaintiff on the 18th of September fol
lowing, tiled a notice of appeal. Tho
decrco granted the plaintiff nn abso
lute divorco and tho custody of tho
three minor children, and also that
sho should be entitled to an undivided
one-third Interest to 1G4 acres of land
in this county and recover tho costs
of bhe suit which were tlxcd at $208.15.
The mandate In the case of O. J.
Schreyer, respondent, vs. the Turner
Flouring Mills Co., a corporation, ap
pellant, was received by County Clerk
Ehlcn from tho supreme court clerk.
This caso was argued before and sub
mitted to tho high court on December
23d, last, n decision in favor of re
spondent being handed down a few
weeks ago. He Is to recover of appel
lant and B. S. Smith and W. Donald
6011, sureties, tho sum of $054.22 and
interest since January 22, 1801, at tho
rate of 8 per cont and costs taxed nt
$02.
George II. J'lniiey, the recently ap
pointed receiver of tho Gervals Mill
ing Co., has petitioned tho court for
nu order allowing him to employ
D'Arcy & Blchardsonas nttornoys for
him In tho caso of Godfrey et nl., vs.
the company.
Akiiok Day. April 10th has been
designated by law as Arbor day and
Supt. Peeplcs has given notlco thnt
hero will bo public exercises at all
tho public schools of tho city.
TONiaiiT. Tho city board of chari
ties will hold n regular buslneus meet
ing this evening at tho city Bccordeas
otllce at 8 oclock.
Don't fall to hear Jennlo llooth this
evening at tho Woodman's entertain
ment, Insuranco hall.
G. Boscnblutt, J. E. Boynton and
Henry Montley of Portland were 'ap
pointed notaries today.
Visits the Lawler Mines.
-rt. TntTovAT Our rjarty have
1 Just returned from a visit to the Law
ler -mines. Tney nnvo uicijt"
running in fine shape and the ofllclals
nre gentlemen, as they showed us
through all the different departments
and It wns quite n sight for us. We
went up the Gatcsvllle route as yvc
had been advised, and found the
picture which they have posted In the
O. P. coach to bo a true type of their
road in every respect. As wo enmc
out wo wcro shown a route leading
north into Mlnto, which wns a
prairie road, or trail, compared with
the Gates route, and when tho Mlnto
road Is finished It will be a nice even
grade, and a south side hill from
Mlnto to Sawmill hill. Tho. olllcers
.if. tin minn tell us that they fav
or
the Mlnto route, as they have
nMn in trot their suonllcs on
been
that
road via. Lccdy's sawmill when other
roads were Impassible.
Wo had a line Ulp nnd will go up
the O. P. B-B.'nnd up to Mt. Jef
ferson, If possible.
J. T. Williams.
Polytechnic.
Tne weather put a stop to shop
work last week by bursting the water
pipes.
This week closes tho winter term of
school. The spring term begins
March 18. The school Is steadily In
creasing in interest. Many new
students have como In nnd many
others making arrangements to come
next week. The normal departmint
Is drawing many who arc desirous of
becoming teachers. Tenchcrs who
take this drill II ml no difficulty In
passing the county examination.
Miss Leola Smith will teach the
Purkcrsvillo school the coming term
beginning March lu.
Miss Myrta Tomillnson has the
offer of a school near Turner, but
thinks of returning to Iowa soon.
Many students are laid up with
the la grip.
Mr. I). L.Dutton was to ha v.' 1 egun
his school near Silvei'tou last i inlay
but la grip said no.
Mnny eastern people nre here look
ing for homes In this part of the 1
lcy. Mr. B. F. Cook has arrived with a
number of families on the same mis
sion. Tho weather has 'been rather un
favorable. Tho people of Highland aro highly
gratllied over, the result of
tho school election last Monday. Their
children arc certainly entitled to a
fair chance for an education without
having to pay extra for it.
Tho closing oxerclses of the term
will tnkc place tonight at the chapel,
Musical and literary talent will
prevail.
Wm. S. Jone9 Wanted.
John W. Coots, nttorney-ut-luw, In a
letter dated nt Platte City. Mo..
March 7, and addressed to Secretary
of State Ivlncald, Salem, says:
aOno Thomas Jones, lato ofPlntte
City, Mo., died at this place
about live years ago, aged 104 years,
and left several hundred dollars for
his son, William S. Jones, In his Inst
will. William S. Jones was hereabout
10 years ago, hut returned to tho state
of Oregon, whero ho hns been residing
for many years. Ho has not been
heard from since his return to Ore
gon, and thero has been no one to
claim his money. It Is still safe and
will bo paid to him or his children, If
ho left any, upon proof of his or their
identity. All the required lectnl nub-
Mentions havo been mado In vain; but
ns such papers aro usually mado In
papers of local circulation, they were
not calculated to reach him or his
heirs In Oregon. Thomas Jones was
a soldier and pensioner of tho war of
1812. If you will kindly give this mat
ter to the press of your state I feel
that It will be generously published,
nnd might bo tho means of helping
somo worthy nnd needy citizen of
your state materially. Very truly,
John W. Coots.
Larger safe. Tho Salem Water
Company today placed Into Its otlico
tho large safe formerly In Keller &
Sons' store. This Is much larger than
tlio old one, and Is needed to accom
modate tho numerous books and
records of thnt growing concern.
Bioycle Factory Burned. But
it does not Interfere In any way with
tho wheeled Messengers of the Lock
wood Messenger System. Blue boxes
or Phouo 40.
. .
The Ideal Panacea.
.I)tlnnu T. TVoiIa 41.1 .. .
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Dlscovory as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints
haying used It in my family for the
last live years, to tho exclusion of phv
lions!'8'' Prescrldtlonsorother prepara-
,vpfcJ(j' Burgus, Keokuk. Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister nt
the Methodist Episcopal Chureh'fo
SJH iyeara.?? moro and avo never
found nnythlng so beneficial, or that
KV"0116 ro"ef' as Dr.
J8 s New Discovery." Try this
Idea Cough Bcmedy now. Trial Bot
tles freo Fred A. Legg's Drue StaS.
Children Cry for
Pitoher's Castorla. I
-TOMORROW-
Special Sale)
GLOVe-g,.
Look over these prices t .. i , ' ". .
5hook button glove
Beatrice large button
5hook glove
5hook glove, in new shades
Chamois from
DCS 1 gruuc I'vjici
tt hvh wu wj "
handsome new line of
Dress
" f
TOCKS
257 Commercial street
Phone 112,
.- 14 imjh Hywi'
FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
IMPROVED-CONCENTRATED.
Tlie Original 25-cent Squirrel I 'oison
AkdSSfei
MARRIED.
.lONBKIt'l-IUDlKGEB. On the
11th day of March, 1800, J. H. Jon
bcrtf aud Nora 1). Bldingcr, at the
residence of tho bride's parents in
Brooks, Or.,Bcv. T.F. Boyal ofllclat
lng. EVANS-IIITBHABD. At the res
idence of Es. Evans, In Brooks,
Or., March 12, 180(1, Louis Frank
Evans and Elvira Hubbard, Bov. T.
1 Boyal otllclatlnK. All of Marlon
county, Oregon.
IIOBGAN-SIIIBLEY. At tlio resl
denco of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Korean, northeast cor
ner of Cot tape and Union streets,
Thursday, March 12, 1800. Miss
Molllo Morgan to Osslan J. Shirley,
both of this city.
The ceremony was performed by
Bov. J. P. Fanner at 0 o'clock yester
day evening in tho presence of Imme
diate relatives and lntlmato friends.
The groom Is a valued employe of
Salem woolen mill store, and tho
bride formerly an attendant at tho
asylum, Is 11 very amiable and highly
accomplished young lady.
DIED.
COON. March 11, 1800, at tho asylum
lui wiu insane, baiem, or ia grip.
Geo. K. Coon, aged 02 years.
Tho remains of deceased were
today shipped to Ilalsey.
4 A Valuable Prescription.
Ind., 'Sun," writes: "You havo a
vnlnnlilA nvAnilntlnH t.. -r.1 .. -n.x
......uuiu jiiuouwjibiuii 111 iviiuctno uii-
Tkra nml lvi. flinM.ii.. .. .1
It for Constipation and Sick Headacho,
and as a general system tonloithas no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot
tago Grove. Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backacho which never left her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot-
T.IPU nf TClnntoln Tilt. ". ' .
i ii -"'V"1' -"inorB rcsiorcu iier
IlfMlIt.n nml Innn.rir1 1.A 1.1-
-.-...... ...... 'Minrtu uti bLruIIKtll.
Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bottle
u iv.u n. yegg's irug store.
Avoid the Busu-Appllcs to peo
ple Intending to papor rooms. Tho
spring season finds paper hangers
bvsy. Why not paper now, before tho
rush is fairly on. Wo havo Just re
ceived 27,000 rolls of paper, all up-to-dato
designs. Buren& Hamilton.
Wanted Potatoes.
Early Bose for seod. Apply to
Oregon, Fruit & Produce cCTen
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Aledal, Midwinter Fair.
Da-
vwcfx
w CREAM
BAKING
POWDffi
iMost Perfect Made.
40 Years tlwStai?dri
'V
....-.-.
63c
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89,
S140
3 69c
$130
, r 7 u
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t""A w t5wTw ut sure ana
SJe out,
v w .
In l-ponml cant. Guaranled, ThoufuA
of faimets from all over thUiuiel
learned that TRY'S SQUIRREL roto
nt ascents h as good or better thu &
expensive forelnn limml. i .
jtiencth Fry'i U the genuine and most
liahle poison. Use no othrr. For tilth
Geo. L. Itaskctt, Fred A. I.Ltnul
Ilr.ioks, G. W. Putnam, and SteintrI)tiiCfl
druugisH, Salem. '
Important to Farmen.
Wnkclco's Squirrel Exterminator
tho original and only article ol K,
kind giving completo satisfaction
Now reduced from 50 to 30 centiw
can. For sale by Stclner DnigK
Lunn & Brooks nnd G. W.Putmu,
Salem, Oregon. 34-lm
I STEAMERS
Altona and Ramona'
LEAVE
DAILV. SUXDAT,
Portland, 6:45 a. m. 9x10 i.n,
Salem, 7:45 a. m. 10:15 tn.
IiuIeioiHlciice, 6:30 a. m. 6po.
J tyFralglit received up to lo p. nufl
a
Quick time, regular service and eki;
,. ..rates ...
M. P. BALDWIN,
Acent, Salem.
t-.-.rr:
WANTED Situation by man with fint-du
certificate, competent to set up and keep a
repair the Ye$tngllOue air brake qif
ments complete, Addreii II. C, Bnnda
burg, Cloverport, Ky. 1)0x57. 3'
PROPOSALS WANTED.
MaiIm tn Diillrlinir rnntraelori! StlW
bidi will be received at the office of Secrttcj
of State, Salem, Or., until 1 ociock p.
Wednesday, April e, 1090, ior me w
and completion of a hospital Win
Roeburg, Or., according to plant, iptow
tlont, etc., now on exhibition at the ofiaa
IJelot D. Neer, architect, 133M Fi,,1,?
Portland; state houte, Salem, Or.; and hi
Soldieri Home, ofRoteburg, O,. AU W
. .1 1.- ....n..lJ .uiili rnihti CtW
drawn to the older of S. I). O""'
man ooaru 01 iruicc, uimw , .
idlers' Home; fund in case the to
or accepted bidder falls to enter irag am
with acceptable bonds, in tne turn i .
amount of contract, with at let twoiwM
within 10 days after the award or cot
AH bids must be addressed to
S. B. ORMSB.
'Care Secretary ofState Salem. Or-
Tender ol (name) for HV
at Soldiers' Home." .,.,.,
The right to reject any and tu
n.,.K rvl n order of th Bona
Trustees of the Soldiers' Home. .
Attest: S. D. OKMbiiY, v,num
euwMAL gg Of "0
D.'77NI
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U more popJr tc-uy tbaa tw t P
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&n m- a ...rt ai mm9 .
1 AT DKUOaiBTS AW) TAU TrjJ
Have You
T. i TYisnrr PtTPV BOX?
I W VTT wr
frirMliaacllbOXOtrg"'.
GrOODS:'
Home, in a sura equal to S per cent w
the time la lu forfeited and and JPP"N "
the Sc
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