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fjffc BAIL? m$& P&ISS *&&•* '•{[>.<??•'••?{ T ; [.y>i • ",-Ct' .-•'». ;:fts% : "i.-i»"-' 'Mi ' tjfi, AZI In the treraeffdou 1 ?' screeit;"pres.entation of-a great novel and : 'stage triumph BR In ihe .charityrMifaes^irAthe chorus,' and in the dark"naunts" ; bf the City's slums—people,called'her THE BE^T3^^^^^^gg§k : H.v '--.-.../ •', Among 1 the drab derelicts of the-:inightjcourt~"on the very varge of disaster, there came ; into her *life. MacMillan Forrester. ' , : - ;,-'•: • She; Hoped-rrShe Slavied—She Danced to win his love/ "And finally with her quaint humQr ? \her unpolished'.wit^ ; ,her unfaltering devotion 11 .she won him.-' ' ' \ . A '."' " • '"'• ' ' •'. ••'.."..-.• •..)- ; - v Also HAROLD JLLOYD COMEDY 7:00 and 8:45 P. M. " ' :- --. V ... 22 and 33 Gents • '. 'WEDNESDAY " - : -/ ..' *<• '•.•/' •'•:'. , •• Eeggy liyland in'"Black Shadows." - MUTT and JEFF And the first /of a series; of brand new two reel comedies : Almost Heroes' SCHOOL ELECTION, NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 17th .day -OJ April,. 1920, an election will Be" held at tlie (jity Hall in 'School .District: • -9.S-, Jackson'County, Illinois .for-^the purpose of electing the - following school officers: -.'•'• - ' '-.'..': 1 President. •", • . ' 2 Members. • . - The polls will open at 1 o'clock P. M. and close'at 5..o'clock of the same day. By order of the Board -of Education of said District. ' Dated the 27 day of March, 1920. ' W.'O. BROWN, President, '-Attest:—FRANK C. KRYSHER, 'A9—3t- - - - ' Secretary. WATER VALLEY the' !i:-\ •>.'•-...-':'':' 1 Mr. 'and .Mrs. -i—._ ' j latter, part of the week. . : . , _."..• April 10. | • iSl '- ^d Mrs. -Dennis JoFly of Gal .Mrs. iRebecca P-ai-ker of Ba-st -St. bondaie.'.are'visiting his.patents, .Mr steamer here in the Java sea, at'the other, end ;pf the;woria, know"-of nisi father, -who never left the fQur^wall"! of that lonely gray stone honde in! Cal "forma? ' jf f "What" do you" know about my fa ther?"—he found himself speaking 1m a quiet -voice •" \ f - 3 | Captain Laynton - stopped" Impulsively m front of his table, pulled the drawer open, took: out A sheet at paper and handed it to Wallen. •<•*"You H get the drift of this youiv self, I guess," he ventured Wallen stared at the paper, at -first with curious bewilderment—and then, with the sudden flash of comprehension he was oa hi! f eer: i It was a- list of the ports of call scheduled for the -111 fated Upolo on her last voyage—ports of/call that she had never made "Wliat does this mtah?' he demanded in a low voice. "How did y:6u •corne by this?" .Loiiis. is -visiting -.Jier parents, Miv and'Mrs.-A. ,H: Br.pffks, of ibhisr place. and -Mrs. Sherman Jolly. Miss'es Edn<J' ; j3iid iRiitn 'Clu'tts at- Young"TVEaii^ Sifengigraph- er.and Bookkeeper, capable of taking dictation in shorthand. i$15O PER MONTH io start;— Address ^ P. 0. Box 276, Anna, El. ... •."That Seal Quarantees Cpngoleum Quality," —says the salesman, pointing, to it on the rug. "Tlfc are glad they put the,Gold Seal .where you_can't help seeing il, because itpro-'.. tects both you and us." '• •- '• •'. •' " ':'•'" "V"L? recommend Congoleum Art-Rugs | wherever a low-priced flcwr-covering is desired for there is nothing else that answers the purpose so well. First, it is sa-n:.- tary and easy to keep clear.. , There iSinp .Burlap, in. a Congoleinn Rug, so water won't hurt it. A damp mop will keep the colors clear and bright. ."Seclaid, a Congoleum Rug is very durable. The surface is wear-resisting and" absolutely sanitary. Then, too, it lies perfecdy flat -without any fastening. • '.' . \ ~ "And remember, this Gold Seal which is on every genuine Congoleuin Art-Rug*, guarantees every good point 1 ,have told.you. o&pu("/ne.m. ."The most surprising .thing about Congoleum Art-Rugs is their lo\v price. Let us show • you the many beautiful designs in our stock." . • . STOTLAR.& FEDEIiEU ~" Hardware ai\ cl ; Furniture -.-Mr.-and.Mrs. 20a£ay,ette DJllow and-! tended, 'the. entertainment. ancl -.basket chirtitoh'visited''Mrs;.D-Ulow's parents, 1 j,dinner at .tine Topping - Sown 1 ' school ..,..,. ... ^ . _. ^ .; {Friday. Miss Jennie Van'cil 'iwas , . ;—:—-• teanher. - - ' ' "': •'.' •': Water : Valley school "closed We*d- nesdcy with a -basket . dinner. A j good dihnjer was served and all'pres- j en-t reported a. good time. '. [ .- Mr. and* 'Mrs. 'Laurel Williams an,j I dauj'KFer Mary Eliz.a'b-eth an'd Mr. and ifllrs. Earl iWilliams -aiid children v'.is- 1 ited iMr. an'd iMrs. RJ.y Guith-rle .Sunday. -, ^ ' '._... - Misses .'Bertie Casper • and V-alida (Blanchnrd spent a fe\y days in'~0ob- den with relatives. ^Clarence Glutts of. near iBethe! •made. a business trip to J. W. Chitts' Thursday. ' .'"• Mrs. William 'Brandon and "son A'dolphus of '-Carbonxte'le and Mrs. ,-B.aker of Herrin. vislte-d. Mrs. IjWill j Hillar iWetd-nesday" and Thursday, j Joseph Hunsaker attended a party at John Smith's Thursday ni.glit. 'Myron and :Gladys Brooks spent j Saturday night and .Sunday with their grandma,'Mrs. A. H. Bracks.- J3orn, to -Mr. and .Mrs. (Frank Yp'tes, a daughter. . x : (Mrs. Ray .Gufclvrie -visited her sister, Mrs. Willis Toler, of Carbonidale last wcsk.x •Mrs. aia-ry P-erry of iBentbn-'has.rc- tu>Tied home, after ia. two weeks' stay .Vith her sister, iMrs. Mai-k Highland. VJ2RGENNES Luella and Purcell -. -- : :,' x ":- ; :-- 6:.^Fl *^. ^ Ice Go. ANNOUNCEMENT v , We will seir.icevin-'.Gai^pniaie^this' summer,. - ' •:•;•:• -r,V> ':••• "--'."I.--- i" ' delivered -all over the .city .to residences at : GOq -per hundred; also to business, pla'ce's'with special-rates. Residences-jnust contract -for- entire- season- at this price.—P'frfeet'delivery .... ,-...., - . . '•'•'. ••••'• " "April 10. evie-fial^farmers in this _ vicinity [have their cats sowed. T ' . The 'funeral"of Mrs. Campbell was held in tlie M. E. "church Thursday •morning. .'The-'-pastor,- Rev.' Barnes, conducted the .obsequies. Mrs. Cam.p- ib'ell ^y.as i'ormeriy a.res-iclEait of pur town land .was laved by ail who -knew •he-r.. . ./ • - - ' . . . -. • -iW.illie .Perry has been" very -sick with 'diphtheria,-but is beitter'now. il'rs. Thomas -Bl-acklock'of jviissp-iiri •is .making -an exterrded visit with MoBier Blacklock. .' ' . ' . ...Mrs. 'Lewis Crawshaw an'd sister, Mrs. 'Fred Seyferth, .visited the, school Thursday 'afternoon. - '- . ) Air. and Mrs. Geo. Grain are i in Pinckneyville visiting their son, [Riley 'Grain, and' family. - - - ' , ^Mrs. 'William Page .visited -friends, and relatives.'in Murphyshoro ' pnd -Gorham last weiek. •-' Mrs. Claud .Braiiley ,and Mrs. Mil-. clred iliolb-inson .were ithe week-end guests of Miss Eva Ebssori of Makanda. Misses Henrietta ' Kimucha and Opal • Wisely 'went to OMurphysboro Saturday and wrote rah'th'e examina.-' tion for scholarship.'' . "."•," '; >MIss Vesta "ScMmpf attended, 'the' mee€ing of .the executive coimii'ittee of ^nie. Jackson Csunty Sun-day'Sdnjol Association -heldi in' Murphysboro Su-n'dpy aifefeimoon. -• • ', ;i ' -i .A'fine 'baby boy came to make -his •home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Rosen-' berger Monday,-.'April .5th. ............ . Cvliss' Vivian Stone,-pne of our-High- school teachers, spent 'the week-.-end with home' folks. •'-':. -. •••'>•' "Captain Laynton— Mark i.ayntoh. 1 ' "Tour father gave it to me,';.-, the caDtain answered. . "And now,, if you'll just listen for. -a. minute, I'll give you the whole story, . and you'll see lor yourself." .' First I ' inigh't as ,weli. tell you, though, that I own this ''ship. Well, I was in -Honolulu— light, 'you undei'stand-^wheri" y"6ur r ' ; father'' "came ' 'aboard, one evening^ and onTered"'to charter me for 'a 'three "niohths 1 cruise ;down here. , He ;made ;the,p'rice:right, ^aid the money :do.wn; in -advancei and I closed- with. -him.-:-.- r ; r -- -.->-;. -.--;•.-;-. - v ~ "He gaye me jthe- list- of ports, and said his son-, was' on -a- trading: bark called the..Upqlo, and -tfiat- he.jwanted to.. get' track' of him. as..sooii..asjpcis- sible, and .off ered jaL .extra.' bonus "ior all hands if we Joade 'afquick^job _of It. That's 'itii'I^know"'' about •th^'r'ea- son 'for the 'cruise. ''Well;' to Vu't-'a long story' short, we sfarte'd-- :j arway,' "and were down just south -of th'e liiie^whea the accident happened;-.!::. ":^> -.-,-C:T v - "Your father was" alone' do wn'in his cabin. We: heard a-ahot, rushed'.fcie- low; .and, thinking it-.'Btrange'jiha.t: ie didn't show— up ': in the, excitement, called to him-^but., got,; no ^answer. W.ell, we. burst.',in..his.",cabin dpor'and found him ^d'e'ftd across" the bunX'-f' "You '. meani"'.' said ' r .Walleri ,.thrl6,ugh tight lips, "that he'''cbmiaitt|d. -suicide?" ••'" -• - ' _]•';:'•' •'•'••' /-•^ : - "JTo. -/Wait"!"" eapfain • "LayntoQ shook his head.; "It wasn't that. God knows how it happened'! : 'The'" filing j went eff — : tha't*s all, "He' was ! cleaning one of- those patent automatic- pistols, i •"There was:a bpttle-of:oil,"a cleaning . rag, . and : a, wirevjswabbing-brush on "the^ floor. - -And'^Baynton poured himself another glass from thevbottle, gulped it down, -.and wiped his.; lips with; the back of his .handT-r-"-weU5JI'm trying: .to give. .it.;"tp'...j"o'u , in ''-a.."few- words — we ; buried . : him at sea of course!" > '"'" "> ."." " •'"' • . • -. ..... -• •- -v - ,- x -i 7--.r-\.--. .Wallen 'turned his ba'ek. "and stared NOTICE! ;. Bnatherhbod' of"' .Ksilway .Cierks _re.gular .maeting ; 'Wed-nesday, :.jAprl 14,-,;7.:30;p. m. ll/unch after -meeting 1 adv-ai3-2ii- 'hfin.»- Someone ori this ship was the murderer. Was it this man here? What was at^the bottom of it all? Jt was a long arm of vengeince fliaf reached to ; that gray stone house In California that reached to 'smgapoie to this ship to that sweltering plague stricken ' _' bark . where, stran'gely. enough, he alone had lived' ' And now the scorejiWasi.-a 1 very heavy one to pay—his father si life! Well— his eyes narrpwed—he would pay it! "Did my.father.bring,a native..seryJ .ant with. him-r^a man naraetf Guhga?'' lie asked dispassionately "" "No,"".the"other replied;'; "He ; '-was alone." Wallen'ribddea. "Wh'atrelse'is'there to tell me' ' ^ "Not much—but ; what -.you. can gues" Laynton said ( ,"I ran down through the ^Makassar ^strait .and made for tlie nearest port on that list—Pobi here Tour fathei hndHpaid me foi .the three months, anct if I sny;it-my- self when T make a baigaih i sticl to it If I coulff find you Inside tho three mbntfis'-I Tyas;going tordP;.it.- S"I don't, know, what -spur.''father was so anxious - about,ff.4hpugli vl,.under-, stood, .of-,fcourse, that jie"chartere.d-ine because/^out IhereJ. w'itli" you. touching at' thosg 'i;trading 1 .;sta"tions.~.'he 'epulrlrV'^ reacli you 'by mail.' : or- cable; : but'-i' made sure-'it "was -sdnie'thing mighlyjv Important*' and 'I thought -you'd know: what It was." — .-• r:.;:.;.:'."'! .' - -It was^ almost an interrogation, -put natural]y^. r npncha!an.tiy r .. : eripugh—-save •for' a trace of .eagerness'iit.th'e-m.ari's tones that .was not'entirely:'disguised.' ' : "I haven't'th"e-''siighteat''idea, 1 '-'said; Wallen ~smo6tlily.' r - t " • - '''-'••• '•' •'':"'. ^ .:---:--;> : -. j "Ton haven't?" 'Laynton's eyes -for! once -fixed • "steadfastly. • '-'Well, that's' queer! '-A. .-inari .don't go to the ex-; pense of .chartering.,,n 'ship ..like ..tliisi without a pretty, good reason,:.srid-^r"i ..""I darejsa^my'.fathdriin.ew,"' sug-! 'gest'ed Walleh^'quletlyV "Clien briskly:! "Trie question 'nbw ; "is :• ^VKiCt-'a'^ -you going to>do;*captaih?.". \V'-'!'> ,-'-:-*,' | : '.'"Why?" ...s'aiff 'Captain- Laynton, "I; -t-ho'ught: ; rd, .made-.that -.plains-enough j • When I inoke-a.contract "Lkeepitt-.-It's •up to -you, "Mr. .WiMenl^.Tliere's' 1 s'tilli say, a matter" of .two'., months 'before 1 that charter- e^pires/.-'and'•' the"' Mon-: leigh's "yours"'' until r it"does—in" yp"ur- 'father's'pla'c'e. That's^square; isn't -it"?"; :; -" 1 5Valleniihesitated;tboughtftiH-y..' r . -•- ' .:' 'On the-face;pf;-it--it-was-,bptli-squnre .and honoriyble. -He,.began.'-tp..-wouderi if he had misjudged the._man:.J._" -.'. ' .- And,_ye.t,'.InstlnctivelyV'-'in' spite "of that, there "se'emect" somethiri'g 'specious' even in"the honesty--that-oppearedr-to- underlie the-other'S:m.ptives;.- -He--had reason. -enou'gh 7 -tp-distrust. «very-.spul. . pn : board.,a'Ship.,wher.e. : lie.5vas. inp.rnlly certain his father had .beeii inurd.ered! Two months—i£ he'accejitcd the : cap: tain's-on"er." r - f lf he li'ad 'only^sometliing . : tb wojkion-.! .";?•-:r--.-.-i'-: ::-:v':\r ; -.- ;•>:—•• l; Something! Tes,-he had something. Drink-House Sam.'of Singapore!-,..: ;.-C.nptain.Jjaynton-sppke.^igain ; t. '.' '.- "Looii'liere,!" he said'in almost hurt tones..."I -can't" make^you'^any fairer pronositio'n-'than tfifif. -Can'-I?"-":.:.-•-. ' "-No," said Wrtlleu'rinstitritlyr- his' Tifha rrtn"d'e' : u^ : --'"A'rid- I'll-accept, your 'offer, captain',: and-;thank- you-heartily ~ : ,f'Good\"- returned.. Lay.'nton ^promptly. "Weil; with tliat settled, 'wjiat's Jihe sailing_ orders? We've gof'-steSii up and can"get'aw'ay^aiiy'"iiimutS'you say the-wbfdi" -,~" -'" : '. '•.-'•- -'•" "'Walien- 'walked '"to the cabin d'oor and opened'it; • . ". - - ; • . •:• .-"Then--by'-nil means- get away i at once!" lie- laughed--easily... "Aud''* i 7- he hesitated—"let's see.LJ guess y.ou'd better. shapc^uj>:.fp'r_"Singnppre. -Tes_, call it Sii^ap'ore for" a starter."'" '"" "Right"!"' answered 'Laynton.. "Singapore it is! ••' :But "tiere 1 - •• -Walt' a. min- FOR RENT—-Furnished rooms. Girls:. -prEi'erre*l.rr-'."562 "Carico -SI." -' : aiO-6t : apore ute;. Mr: 'Wallen.-'' -.,-.- .. He hurried to. a: small: iron safe that was built"~in undcivhis bunk, .opened it,. -and -returned wi.th.a, bulky, raanlla envelope,. _whichhe-.handed .to Wallen. ." ."These /a'i-e^ 'you? ^father's: '-papers,"he exDlnihed." "I collected " them t'o- out of one of•: the forward porth'oles _l t , _v ' v 4. 4.1 : r "'' j r ' ''V 1 " down--onto"'the dirry^fore^^fwSa :S r ^P a put - t ^ m .^ way ior - sa *e- i-Tiflk m<-iii -Iviriir^- -TUfaS'' 1 1iov:folH''riii'^^i-ii-» ! Tr: ;'. ; *^ J& '!-~rT- 1 • .-"• • i.--*V»r - ,••*"•" .-.' * ..-. • the man lying? 1 •Was ;! h'e' : =telilng'^r.h'e truth ? | That: his f afh'ef hac the - Monleigh; and '•; sailed' yes. •••... ;- •!'?•: >•:•• • ';::•;• "^.-'rr; o:i 'isA •.:;:: :-But that-his death- was -accidental — the background. • of -;Jiis father's lifer— the recent ; attempt upon'.-his.own^Hfe! His brain ^y as jyorbing^in flashes.. ^-S-iis man La ynton' repeUed.-hin).., . ,- • £. .••. Kf .. .An . 1 acciden't--neyer,!.,'.;There ; ;5v-n.s,'So '''''''''' ..- ;) ..^ East"r : r:it was not- iah-' acci^enjt— rhis".^a- .ther : had 'been '.murdered'' pnJ.t'' "Aid. '' '' ' ara,. 'r'-;;-;,;;!' U; -•.- Xartl.' • ; .,./• It wis, to save* him jthat /hisr father had "cMr'tered.'th.e..Mprilpig.h' apdSQbtjj'e: Esist •; jii 'OTf. ^ccgidiag Jto ^thft ports,; -his u .father,j^^,ete\w. ..l in 40,11911 1- wrtb.;; .his.-^Hipyemen Js, "" 'deved himself. ... A c.old.'niei-ciless passion.) sw'eptflpon ...,... . _-..... i .,_. . ; ... ' "." < "rhau'k 1 "ypu;" said Wallen ' graveiy. j'lerst'epped out onto the deck: " "Oh, by 'tlie ; wayT captain;" he^pbsfecVed'casf- uaH y, "I-:n"pti'cfe" ypurcatry iwire'less."-' i-ajhe; captaiil's'-NyhistleyVpiille'd .from his pocket,; chirped [shrilly; 7 -.^ •,; ,'-.• .... "-You, thei-c,...f pr'-ard !",,;he. bawjed 'in n sea voice^ that ^y^s;.iike..the.,bellow' of n'bull. .''Stan'd.."j)y" to % iweigh,. anchor, Mr. Mott!. Hey/'Mr.-'Mqtf!"'"' '- ". '•'' : '•' Ario>a s • r tS'fe-- iseepiid-.'pfflce'r Demerged ffom 'r-the'.; ciiaftrpp"fii, r^iist. •• abaft- : the bridgesajad-ditcctlj pyer. the?capfain:s". cabin: ' COLUMN Ca*h In 'Advance. ~ -One month, per word ........... 16 One wjeek,*.pei>}»or4..KS •••••• • • • • ••• -M One insertion, per word ........ .01 Three inseition3,,..per. wiord.-; ..02 ^WANTED. WANTED,'' A --pilira!flBERAGo.o,d'--op- por.tunity-;.fi6r .'a live''Workmani;-busi- ness eataiblishedr-'-iiEiW^ and repair work, rfiarriied : man' prejerfeif. • Steady woric'in a liVe r f-ruit r and'-farm town. Address Box 192;-Anna, 111. a8-2wks POSITION WANTED—Clerical,., or otheiwise; ajboijt^Jl. .hour's a. day. Address /'R'.':care v Free .•Press. a7-3t WANTED—To ;; heaf r - from' party having farm for sale. Give'price and descriptibii."—KT^W. Borah, box 3, Chafnpaign; Illi', : ' ., ' "'' ''A7;--<5t WANTED—Young men an* girls for factory work;"-Experience. not required •' Goad wages. / Nine-Siour / <ia.y with tenV hours.'pay'.—The - Oliver Typewriter Company/Woo'dstbcfc, El. .WANTED—Lady or gentelman.in CarbondaJMor.. Catkins Eajnous. Products. Watkins Igoods. known everywhere .Big <r pr'ofits. Write today.-^Watkins Company 51, Winona, ;Minn..y .-. FOR^REIVT. IFOK RENT—Rooms';-' ©Ids prefei- led ;500y.Soutb .Poplar. . al3-3fc FOR R-ENT— One -or .two, furnished "carmected- rooms.,. Very . reasonable io_r_work'ing girls. 704 West, .Walnut •' •'"' '"''"' " " "' _ •StVceV' •acres, "southeast 'or .Carbpifdale.."-!Apply " '<SOr .-"South: VVasliington Avenue, Carbondale, ori -'" . ' •-.-"' A9—Cl! ' .RENT-^Five acres good- corn .-•;cl.and\if.'taken soon.-See E." Patten: JfOR. RENT—Large furnished ibom;' " modern;.",.. Mrs.. A.- McGormdck. 'a8-3 FOR' : RENT—Furnished • rpom.. Mod '-«rn".'"- : Gentleman}' preferred.'.:.; 21 li Hospital .Drive.^Telephone".'69. .",. -- •-"•-7 "" •"•"'• '•••;• ." .M26—'or •.-FOR RENT—Two furnished'robins. Modern. . 400-West-Gak St. . ;~FOR,RENT-—T,wo iront rooms oyc; jtyle Shop", for office or Bleeping room* ,-NormUr auid ttoiiiw St. F,pR RENT—2... unfurnished- rooms , for light:..housekeeping. -401 • Wes! 'Oak., Phone ..39aLJ...-..'...- ; -"'- , FOR . RENT^Modcm^-fooms $1.75 --per week.; jjSoa'rd $5.50." -109. East Grand, r : ; l'-"block.-east -..-of'.'Normal-.-•.-';• •: ; ' A3—5' FOR. RENT—Farm, 40 acres, i'ast oi Carbondaie i ."'goq'd; ^ orcHard ^aniT.:fine place fox "_ cantaloupes'.' _. Also;. "_ graiij crjops 1 . Reasonable _ terms .to .reliable .jJarty. . A^^ly^Miss 'Maggie _Rieth>. .,. .•FOE..R.BNT—Btorage-.lor nonsehbU gbgds; in'the'orie" story ,brlck.building cement ; SOOTS; on alley back pf' ? »ef TBeStrs: -:• Aliply Hiss Hlethi •" FOR SALE—Last chance to ' • buy .. .one good...thr'e.c-.burner. Nc\y, Pcr.- fccfion "oil 'Stove'-wit'li" ; ovciv, one good dining, room .extension table, one 9j"11j fibre, rug-,:-.and^ first class undamaged smoked brass bed^. all at half';.original cost '.\i isold__today 1 i you 'need. aiiy '. of • these, "articles I can show you '"-a -.bargain." -Call 323K after 7 P.i-M. :-'•- i '' EOiR SALE—^Severil- -pieces J)f •, used furniture-.' ",X)a-ll : -af tiii 6 -pT-m^abo-ve Cook's laundry:/;^'•'•-.,••!; ', 'S"~'\" ••'• '",• PO'l-f ;.S'ALE—BeauiiiuV ". .bassinet. - - : '.-'-.M T ;'.;-, i-.h'.'K" >'•'-" !.-: . . for hatching, : $l'.5(Fper. 15.' A'dplph * : -- ri1 '-- 1 '' : FOR Sl'L-E— Well. Jgcated-- •"reveri room- cottaggi-Ttwo'- lots, $3600;- al so dandy five room cottage,, good condition, $1500. Terms'. See^Branch. ' ' N. FOR SALE — 11-roorn modern, house, . in good condition; fine- location", one block from square;" "3bS""' : W. Main;' :price / reasonable. For; fur ther, information call at ; 108 -Poplar pr ? ..plione 824.; ^ " : — - ^ FOB : . SA'LE— Surrey.. Good 1 : icPndi- ti on, 1 with. top.. ii3ee S.^HST. Fowler at iFowler's -eindy : store'.' 1 " -'niSO't'f FOR. SALEjrR^sideiice' on 402;-'West . •'•Oak.i-Sti-eet, ;and '•'.' threfe'' Bother ihotises and one vacant lot oh" West Pecan.' -St"'. • Also:>mi'sce"Tjinebiis,;cfHf- niture, no\v at 402 W-est Oak St. These, are. bargain.s.4f. -taken at,.once Temdr.arJl^.afcilhilii^s'iilO W. .. Oak-gt. H. A' Grandst'off." '" ; 'A10 , Y-M^—rtw-w, *'i- .' ^ClS^^ L*OR bALE— Maxwell '. touring -car, 917«mod«d;^CaU .' afc406- : Sycamore St., or- phone- 43gx. •.' ' 5 room h.ou|ie. a8-3t £ ^Y«^ r.oojn,'.. lipu. S. Rawlics St. C '.?H. '.- "Crovveli. FOB SAIJE;-;B£i 1 fed'^oc''k eggs 'Tor .hatching., "P3ipae'354K. :Mrs. G«o. ^^•'.' '.j^^i.^ *o ij-^:^-.-. ^J. .^ •?• • • Eiton. .. ,-', mSl-iaS - ••• .•"'•,'."--.v -j- i\f.:'f : .;Vl.o.v" '-j j;. .. K ~ f . SALE-—Six:-- room -houses at a bargain. liSee'- 32ejiryjiC;-I-ng : Eani!. FOR. ; -SALE—Thoroughbred,; Rhode jslani.r Redv leggSn.jiot cheap. Phone._27.(DK,.',.."'" r . d : storagr'bat- tery^-6.to 8 v-olts'/'May^-be-seen-'at Settlemoirs shoe^i&spital. Good as hew. ~ ^^ *--^^ '--0-&-X -a -K '. EOK SALE—Modern "five room ,cot-' r|ag6 on'"Che'i-ry' 'street.'. Irnmeriate possession.—R. A. Taylor.' '""""'" "' • ..'•:•:, •»'/• .:-'.;i'. ,y-Jf: :. - .- f$f, FOR SALE-,Vy.e-.Duy >; raise^nd-.seli t fur-bearing. f ; rabbits^.. and,.'.jotter iuf-bearin'g animais/_List"what you- haye .with-,,us,..^stating your., .lowest prices .on...large- lot, .shiprne.nts...The Fur' &. Specialtx'OE"armijis^Cp.V"SIS- SI? N.."P. "Aye.,.. Fargo,""N/' Dak.'" ' FOR , SALE—House, .'at-j 705/ '\"Wcst Pecan. Terrn_s_ ; .. reasonable. Price right. Ca'.l ( or i; \vritc Charles Mjjevs Carboiidaic,. if'!.. . ..'".'•"'.., : 'A6—12 LOST—eanTcrr-^:—BeTween Ehi and Normal'. Ave?, and downtown. Pf.one '-21«:-'-""Rew"ard. ';';"' ' ; '--- L.OST—r^Gray"""' ffrorepat. .between ^ringer street" and Bayiiss .Field. Ed McUuire.'"'".'.' '. ''"' ". "• ,.-'•'" ' FOUND— Calf^ _ Qvvn.cr may" have same-.Jiy. paying, for fc'iiss ad and the. calf & .keeping. . J. T. .-Turner. " ""'' FOUND-— Wrist watch ''on ' ijjrmal ' avenue. ^Cair2§SK~ ., .-aOp-St • F/L. tINGLE; Bt D^ attcrttron 'to 7 Eyi"; - 'ari t ' ' - Phonti:' Residence 33(V2,OfBee SSO-1 ._- -.- - ,,-.Attorney*. »t-l.«w t.....^_-j- Phone 262/K :, ' "".'.' Quite 112-115 Nevy Hamilton Butld!n| DELIA McANALLY 211 Wait Ho.ur>r-a,to lu D. tS t» 4 (».• CARB6NDAiir€ANDY •>r-v -^.'dEEreHHfs-aE'^ .Home MacS CainiBfeiPand lei •"Cra'»'» .'. -Teleplnmef No; ;B9;.'"^:""- .H. Q: W. A. BRAMDON, M. D. GENERAL PRACTIJCb AND TH» ' DR. J. .W. RAEROW H««r« t-;li:' : ii^t. t S:'SnJPa;ti,i'>V * K:

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