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of Far mine Land. )t ., power contained in a ' tc(l to me by S. Younts ,'': ,iu, loth .lav of January, V ! t , onlo.i in the Register's ;t":.i,.i,luru County, in Boot , . '.it juib ic auction, at the ' t'1Hir in the City of Char- ..,.(,f i'2 o'clock. M , nSat-V.'.hvof Vpril, 189G, all that . lllvVvfd by said mortgage . , i ,u -; j v ii bu rg Count y,N.C. , ..i-hip) and described as i i -s tract of land, ad-1 'of T B Meacham, J. S , i, r :uid lying on Su?ar ' . known as the "Dr. E. D. phut', containing about i.'V'v of February, 1806. s. RUSSELL, Mortgagee. ili'iinl as admistrator of deceased, late of Mecklen-'.(." , this is to notify all i'- ! Ill claims again -t the estate , i on or before the 5th day of or this notice will be plead f tin ';! recovery. All persons in-estate wi 1 please ma e nifiit. ;'.,. .vf. tlav of March, 189 '. II: CJ. ALEXANDER, Administrator occ s caie oi Lauu. ' cr - i . t i ; ! t tie power containe din t cuted to me on he 9th ;-.:; by .1. i aion and wile, ,.n. and duly -ecordert.in the , -eis er of lMd$ or Mech-,untv in book 94 page 80 to re c - is hereby m ide for a uiar descriot'ou of the prem-on .M nday Mrch 23rd, t rcish to the highes'. bidder, u house door in (Jhalott at , k m.. the following: described ind in the city of Charlotte in No 1 and Hq-?ar;'215 ci-g a t h lot No. 1 ,74 1 in siid square, ,iiiiaa: H. 1 Mens nic's c rner, Mit.e fent from the .-orae'- of "D" streets, on 11th sorter and runs wi n Hth street to said corner or u;,ti 1 It ) t edt.s; thence in a Sou-uirecuon with "D" street P4 feet .nvl's lin; th-nce with hi- liue '.'4 fei to a corner; in nee north pxalUl with I'owd's It e 30 feet; ce para-lel with"!)" street 90 feet 11; betzinningr, oinir me same uji w ei b H. '. M using and wife to ;tnd apnrt of a lot conveyed i-y . Ad ana wne to iueuMus ! .. . I HI . . H. 0 MESSING, Mortage. r- i . r r ,J Hj virtue of a decr-e of the Supe iur j I. . . . , t "V1 . i . t 1 . . t V 1 1 . ,7 o n t urt in itie case ui unuti uu ars aeaiii-L !-am Cooper aLdot- es, will sellv for t ash, at the county cour J .n tt..-t ltn . T I M l ! T ' 1 Orin L-arOl'Ila, UU liuuun nii uun nj .. lO ,.'r m t- i Via Viirrpcl. idder. a i that faro: in MpcKleuoarg J arlot - b unded as lol ows: te'ir-niDg at a stone, M tilda Brown's iin i u Drjwu s iiu- uurtii o c iiu j i C rnrn" t-mkfWo irttlK lJ Ji 07 c f l.l l j i l: u Ol f i in Tt iu l aiuuc, Liicuiv3 auiibu 5 " - r -1 1 ji; iVe oa stone on J a. v lhoti s il1 Liieil C Willi VI IJdtyil a i U 1 O'lUWII I - i-l ol feet 10 th beirinni' g. H EUIOT CLA HK-ON. mmissioner. ! rusiee's Sale. 1'r.tl - and bv virtue of a Deed of r ,;-i r. cuted to Mrs. E J. Mon'g-.iu-'y by T. J. Freeman, and leiris'ere l in Bojk 94 pi ire 251. rejr ered ortice, .V ecklenburu coun-i ty. N'-rih-'ar ina, I will sell at public auction, ar t-e c -unty court house door in the'city of Cha-lotte, o'tn arolina, u Situru.tv ihe 21st day of M-'ch A D., Ih'J'i ai 12 o clock m.,-tne f llowing escribt-d rea' esta e, situated, lying ano teioi: in Meculenburg countv. North C.trolini, to wit. 'I he Freed an rom dace, b- ng 20 acre- of 'and more or : s atljo 'ing the lands of H M. Jami son, ,n '-heibv a' d ot -r. ' erms rf .ale c.sh. This loth dav of Feb ;. R. W MONTGOMERY 'Trustee Administrators Notice. Having qualified as administrator of tut- estate of E C Williams, dee'dthis is to notiliy all persons having claims airainst said estate to present them t the undersigned for payment on or befo e Fell 1 t., 1897. AH persons indebted to - i d estate are requested to make imme-'iiito 'payment. E H. WILLIAMS, Adm'rof E. C. Williams, dee'd. This Jan. 29, 1893. Commissioner's Sale. I 'nder and by virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Mecklenburg County, N' rt h Carolina, in Special Proceedings - titled, k4A. J. Den, Plaintiff , against W. C. Hastings, Defendant," I will sell t imhlin anption. at the Countv Court House Door, in the City of Charlotte, on Monday, the 6th day of April, A. D., wm, at 12 o'clock M, that certain tract f land in Lemley's Township, Mecklen-! urg County known as the "Hicks Traot," and containing Ten Acres more r less, and adjoining the lam'.s of R. F. !!ythe, dee'd, Mrs. Jane Black and A. J. I) erf. Terms: One-half cash, "balance on a credit of 12 months; deferred payments to be secured by bond bearing 6 per cent interest per annum, from date of sale iiiiti' paid, title reserved until purchase money is all paid, with leave to the pur-t -baser to anticipate the. deferred payment. This February 26th, 1896. HERIOT CLARKS.ON, 27-tds Commissioner, FOR SALE Part of the "Black Gold Mine" tract, in Crab Orchard Township, Mecklenburg County, containing 69 acres. Yields high grade gold bearing ore and has much valuable timber, about two-thirds being 'woodland. For terms, apply to HUGH W. HARRIS, Attorney. 4 tf Charlotte, N. C. NEW YORK COTTON. . , New York, March 5, 1896 COTTON MIDDLING. Futures closed steady High Low January 0 00 0 00 February 0 00 0 00 March 7 20 7 20 April 7 34 7 2 May 7 38 7 32 June 7 41 7 34 July 7 45 7 37 August 7 45 7 30 September 7 20 7 17 October 7 16 7 12 November 0 00 0 00 December 0 00 0 00 Close 0 00 00 .0 00 00 7 17 19 7 29 30 7 33 34 7 35 36 7 37 38 7 37 38 7 IT 18 7 12 14 0 00 00 Q 00 00 226,900 Sahs today New Yokk, Mrch 5 STOCKS R I TCI Man N W P M S R Q Close 7H 30 105 I03f ' 27 31 STOCKS Close CO VU BQ GE SR KTO 161 7(U m n 2J LIVERPOOL COTTON MARK tiT Liverpool, Mar. 5 4 p m, Middlings 4 Sales 10,000 Closed quiet but steady January and February February and March March and April April and May May and June June and July July and August August and September September and Octo? vr October and November November and December December and January 0 00-0 00- 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 07-08 07- b or-s 06 -b 06 04 61 s s b Ji. o 00 0 00 (' 00 0' CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE Chicag' , March 5 WHEAT Mar 65f . Jul 67 CORN Mar 28f July 8l OATS Mav -1 Julv 21 PORK Mar 9.70 July 10 02 LARD Mar 5.30 July 5.57 RIBS , Mar 5.07 Ju v 5 32 CtTAHLOTTE COTTOtf. MARKET TO-D. V Middling fair CO.- Strict good middling 0 00 flood middling 7 50 Strict middling 7 40 Middling ' "t Low middling 7 2 City receipts 24 bales. Market sten ;'v CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MARKc'I . Corrected March 5. 18P6. CABBAGE New ber 100 4.00 PEACHES peeled, bright, r.aS EXTRA FLOUR, Sack 2.0 ; FAMTLY " 2.00 (; 1 J CORN 45-50 M AL bolted, 46 lbs. per bushel 45 OATS, 33 lbs. per bushel 32rd35 POTATOES Irish, seed 75(5 8 " Sweet 556 ONIONS - Select, per bushel... 6575 COUNTRY Ham 10 " Sides 7i " Sh ul lers 6 LARD N. C 07 CHICKENS !G($Vi BUTTER 0 316 KGGS 8 9 Noktii Carolina. In the Superior Court Mkcklenburo County, March 5, 1 806. J. W. Potts, T. N. Hall and Wm. Potts, Plaintiff , vs Thomas M. Carotuers, Mattie Graham, and husband, Chas. Graham, Maggie Peach and Husband. A. Ii. Beac:Mary Martin and husband, Clingman Martin, Wm. M. Carothers, Eva Carothers, SamT. Carothers, Robt. Carothers and Bennie Carothers, Defendants. NOTICE. The following named defendants, to wit: Thomas Carothers, Mattis Graham, Chas. Graham, Mary Martin, Clingman Martin, Mm. M Carothers, Eva Carothers, SamT Carothers, Robert Carothers and Bennie Carothers, will take notice fiat special proceedings, entitled as above, have been commenced in the Superior Court of Mecklenburg County for the purpose of obtaining partition of a traet of land located in Steel Cree Township, Mecklenburg C-. unty. North Caroling, containing three hundred andsixtv-three (3'3) acres, more or les -, and known as the J. Lee Grier Home Place, in which the plaintiffs and defendants are all -terestcd as tenants in common, and he said defendants will furth r take notice that thev are required to appear before the undersigned Clerk of the Superior Court, at his office in the city of Charlotte, on the i8thdayof April lS, and answer or demur to the complaint fi!ed in s id action, or the relief demanded in said complaint will be granted. This the fifth day of March 1896. J. M MORROW, Clerk of the Superior Court. Can't Be Beat. Having made large purchases for spot cash, we are prepared to offer one of the largest and best stocks :f Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Traps, &c. ever offered on this market. We buy only reliable work from reliable manufacturers and for SPOT CASH ONLY, and can make as low prices on good work as any dealer in the State. We invite everybody "Ho caU ; nd examine our stock atany time, whether they want to buy or not. We know an examination will prove our assertion: "That no one can sell you as good work for less money than we can. Our Mr. J. Mc. Alexander will take pleasure in showing you through our stock at any time. Remember also that we sell the "Old Hickory" farm wagons, which are too well known to need any introduction. It will pay you to see -us before buying elsewhere. Good horses and mules always on hand for sale. J. W. Waflsworfh's Sons Personal and Social News From PlneYllls For The News &Timks. - v f i. j Mr. J. A. Russell, of Charlotte, was in our village yesterday, ; and returned last night, accompanied by i Mrs. Ed Russell. i Miss Nellie Harris, is in Char- ! lotte, on a visit to her sister Mrs. Jack Hennigan. Mr. Lear's little daughter, died here this morning. Another of his ' children is critically ill. Mrs. Helms, of the Dover Mill, is very ill. Her family have been greatly afflicted, seven members were sick at the same time, and Mr. ' Helms died. Dr. M. Strong, of Steel Creek, was in our town yesterday, having been called in by Dr. Moore, to visit the sick at Dover Mill. - Mrs. Moore, of Gastottia, is visiting her daughter Mrs. J. J. Morrow, and hernew grandson Master Elmar, over whose young head the sunshine and storms of eiht years, will come and go ere he can celebrate a birthday. Mr Vaide B!ankenship,is to be married soon, so Madam rumor says. Mrs. W. B. Devlin, gave an elegant dining yesterdiyy to mark the anniversary, of her twenty-first birthday. Miss Minnie Garrison, will open a small school next Monday, for little folks. Master Guy Taylor has the measles, which have swept over our town as with the "besom of destruction' We thought there would nut be enough to go around, but it seems that it has come to stay, and strange to tell, there is plenty of material yet which goes to prove what a wonderful town we have. A. W. T. Pineville, March 4th Lodo Letter.. Little will For the Timt Rev Mr. Little will preach at Steel Creek next Sunday, the last of a series of sermons on "The State or Condition of 'he Soul After Death." His theme will be "Eternal Life or The Everlasting Glory of the Redeemed." His subject last Sunday was on the last judgment from the text: "For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that everyone may receive the things done in his body according to that he hath hne, whether it be good or bad.' We liMd a good summary of this sermon in a reminder of Annie of Austria to Cardinal Richelien: "There is one fact you must not forget my Lord Cardinal, God is a sure pa master. He may not pay at the end of the week, month or year, but I charge you reuiember, that He will pay in the end . Bill Arps allusion to Josh Billings, reminds us of the author of a vast amount of misspelled wisdom. Howard Paul describes him a gaunt, tall man, stooping shoulder, a slouching hat, a pair of keen bright eyes and had of long iron gray hair that trailed down bis back and flow el over his high coat collar to hide an uffly vein on his ne:k. Mr. Paul called on him once with an album and modestly asked him for nis autograph. He took it on his knees, gave his mouth a comical twist and wrote: Thrice a" med is he who hath his quarrel just. 1 he Hard of Avon "And four tunes he who gets his blow in Hist." Josh Billings. It was Josh that originated the phrase that is now a national expression, "the business end of a wasp' and it was he who irave a lady this piece of happy advice: "It is better to be laughed at for not being married than to be unable to laugh be-rause von ;tr'." He used tosayiu his "Vespera" in the New York Weekly, "I Lever reply to calumny; I should as S"on -think of barking back at a dog," and that: "Ridikule iz the most comu iii ov weapons, and thoze who kan handle it the best are allwuss the most reserved about do- ing it. in nia almanac ne useu to say: The stingiest man I ever seed;was Hesekiah Megs, To sav e expenses, he would often set his pullets on spiled esfgs. Josh used to teach school up in New England and at about the age of 40 changed his orthography and began to tickle tbo world with his pen. There will be a leap year party at Bruce Brown's tonight, in which the social order will be reversed. If you go and are a man, a pretty gill will meeet you at the door, find you a chair, and all you will have to do will be to sit still and say "yes'um or no'mum." A Fatal I-eap. Indiaxapohs, March 5 George Weld, alias Professor Smith, who was manacled and ill the custody of Pennsylvania authorities, threw himself from a train and was crushed. a Never forsake an Z"f" old friend for anew one, might have done in Webster's 111 (1 day, and may hold - nrnnrl vpt in social Friend vv j w life, but in business circles the new man. the new ideas. and the young blood cannot be ignored. Keep an eye on EZELL and the painters who use his goods and see if they don't "get there." ELECTION NOTICE. i - In pursuance of an act of the General Assembly of North Caroli na entitled "An Act to3 Revise, Amend and Consolidate the Election Laws of North Couolina," ratified the 8 th day of March, 1 895, it becomes my duty, as clerk of ihe Superior Court, to establish in Mecklenburg County separate places of election, so as to provide, as near as may.be, at least, one separate place of voting for every three ' hundred and fifty voters, jly understanding of the law is, that there must be a voting precinct established iu all the incorporated towns or villages in the county separate and distinct from the township in which such towns or villages are situated. With that understanding of the law, with the advice of counsel, I have oro-ceeded to establish voting precincts in each of the incorporated towns or villages in the county, separate from the respective townships in which they are situated, as follows: CHARLOTTE TOWNSHIP. In canvassing the registered vote of the city of Charlotte I find it very difficult to accurately divide the -different wards-on a basis of 350 vcters to each voting precinct, but, in the exercise of my best judgment, I have endeavored to make the division as nearly as possible on that basis. The registration in some of the precincts may exceed the maximum 350, while in others it will probably be less. I have established twleve voting precincts in Charlotte township, eight in the corporate limits of the city of Charlotte and four outside of the city's corporate limits. These twelve precincts I have equally di vided between the four wards of the city of Charlotte, and they are numbered Precincts Nos. 1, 2 and 3 of Wards Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4 respectively Precincts Nos. 1 and 2 of each Ward being within the City's corporate limits and Precinct No. 3 of each ward being outside of the City's corporate limits in Charlotte township. Ward 1. The division line in Ward 1 is a line ex e idingfrom the center of the intersection of Eighth and Try-on streets, along Eighth street to the Eastern limits of the City; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is South of Eighth street in said ward, and within the City limits, will register and vote at the City Hall, whicn will be known as Precinct No. 1 of Ward 1; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is North of Eighth street in said Ward 1, and within the City limits, will register and vote at Boyte's store, No. 414, corner Ninth aud Caldvvell streets, which will be known as Precinct No. 2 of Ward 1; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of the City limits and within the boundary line of . Charlotte township between the roads known as "The Salisbury Road" and "The Providence Road," formerly embraced in Vfard 1, in all previous elec tions, will register and vote at Craighead School House, which will be known as Precinct No. 3 of Ward 1. Ward 2. The division line in Ward 2, is a line extending from the center of the intersection of First and Tryon streets, along First street to the Eastern limits of the City; aud all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is North of First street in said Ward 2, and within the City limits, will register and vote at the City Hall, or Market House, which will be known as Precinct No. 1 of Ward 2; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is South of First street in said Ward, and within the City limits, will register and vote at J. B. Youngs store, No. 801 South Brevard street, which will be known ' as Precinct No. 2 of Ward 2; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of the City limits aud within the boundary line of Charlotte township between the roads known as "The Providence Road" and "The Camden Road," formerly embraced in Ward 2, in all preceding elections, will register and vote at the pavilion at Latta Park, which will be known as Pre-cinct"No. 3 of Ward 2. WARD 3. The division line in Ward 3 is a line extending from the center of the intersection of Trade and Mint Streets, along Mint street to the southern limits or the oity; and all electors or qualified vot rs whose place of residence or abode is East of Mint street in said Ward 3, and within the City.limits, will register and vote at Thomas Gara-baldi's store, No. 31 West Fourth street, which will be known as Precinct No. 1 of Ward 3; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is West of Mint street in said Ward 3, and within the City limits, will register and vote at W. B. Kidd's store, No. 318 South Mint Street, which will be known as Precinct No. 2 of Ward 3. and all electors or qualified voters whose place, pf residence or abode is outside of tie City limits and .within the boundary line1 of Charlotte Township between the . roada known as "The Camden Road" and "The Roz-zell's Ferry Road," formerly embraced in Ward 3. in all preceeding elections, will register and yote at Severs store in what is known as the suburban town of Seversville, which will be known as Precinct No. 3 of Ward 3. Ward 4. The division line in Wuru 4. is a line extending from the center of the intersection of Tryon and Eighth .streets, along 'Eighth street to thf Western limits of ihe City; and a"ll . electors or qualified yjiers wh 03? place of residence or abode is Souih of Eighth street in said Ward 4, and within the City limits, will register and vote at the office of D. G. Maxwell near, the Court House, which will be known as Precinct No. 1 of Ward 4; and all electors or qualified voters whose pluce of residence or abode is North of Eighth Street in said Ward 4, and within the City limits, will register and vote at E. M. Gallant's store, corner E'eventh and Smith Streets, which will be known as Precinct No. 2 of Ward 4; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of the City limits and within the boundary line of Charlotte Township between the roads known hS "The Rozzell's Ferry Road" and "The Salisbury Road,' formerly embraced in Ward 4, in all preceding elections, will register and vote at J. A. Hilton's stre in the suburban town of Grove-ton, will be known as Precinct No. 3 of Ward 4. MORNING STAR TOWNSHIP. All electors or qualified voters wl:oe place of residence or abode is within the corporate limits of the town of Matthews, situated in Morning Star township, will register and vote at the usual polling place in said town, heretofore occupied as such in all preceeding elections, which will be known as Precinct No. 1 of Morning Star township; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of t he corporate limits of the town of Matthews in Morning Star township will register and vote at what is known as "Grange Hall'' in said township, which will be known as Precinct No. 2 of Morning Star township. HUNTERS VILLE TOWNSHIP. All electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is within the corporate limits of the town of Huntersville in Huntersville township w ill register and vote at the usual polling place in said township, heretofore used as such in alFpre-cediog elections, which will be known a3 Precinct No. 1 of Huntersville township; and all electors or qualified voters whose place bf residence or abode is outside of the corporate limits of the town of Huntersville in Huniersville township will register and vote at what is known as i school house for colored people immediately beyond the boundary line of the town of Huntersville, which will be known as Precinct No. 2 of Huntersville township. DEWESE TOWNSHIP. All electors or qualified voters whose place of res.ceace or abode is within the corporate limits of the town of Pavidson in Dewese township will register and vote at the usual poliiug place in said towrhip, heretofore used as such - n all preceding elections, which will be known as Precinct No. 1, of Deweese township; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of the corporate limits of the town of Davidson in said township will register and vote at Cornelius Cotton Mills, immediately beyond the boundary line of the town of Davidson which will be known as Precinct No. 2, of Deweese township. PINEVILLE TOWNSHIP. All electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is within the corporate limits of the town of Pineville in Pineville township will register and vote at the usual poPing place in said town, heretofore used as such in all pre ceding elections, which will be known as Precinct No. 1, of Pine- i ville township, and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is outside of the corporate limits of the town of Pineville, aEd within the boundary line of said Pineville township, will register and vote a. Yan die's store, one mile North of Pineville. on the old Camden Road lea ling from Charlotte to Pineville, which will be known as Precinct No 2, of Pineville township. PAW CREEK TOWNSHIP. The law requires that in any township where the electoral vote exceeds the number of three hundred and fifty registered votes, two voting precincts shall be established. In canvassing the registered vote of the different townships in the county I find that the registered vote of Paw Creek township exceeds the maximum of 350 , voters. I there- fore make ; Long Creek runningf througb said township the dividing" line of said' township, making the-territory above and - that ' below in said. township nearly equal; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is south of Long Creek in Paw Creek- township will register and vote at Paw Creek station,, which will be known as Precinct No. 1," of . Paw Creek township; and all electors or qualified voters whose place of residence or abode is north of Long Creek in said township nr. I I nisi.. J i- i. C i store, which will-be known as precinct No. 2 of Paw Creek township. In all the remaining townships inr Mecklenburg county where no changes are made the registration and voting will be continued at the usual polling place and a new registration will not be required, unless the old registration book has been losfj misplaced or mutilated. In all townships where changes have been made and new prtcincts established, a new registration must be made. - New books for that purpose will be furnished by the Secretary of State,, and also a copy of the election law, which can be had oh application at this office at the proper time. REGISTRARS AND JUDGES. There will be three registrars and f'ree judges of election at each voting precinct in the county, all o whom are appointed by the Clerk of the Superior court, upon the written recommendation or approval of the chairman of the State Executive Committee of each political party of the State, each political party of the State being entitled to one registrar and one judge of election at each precinct in the cqunty. The attention of the various committees Is especially called to the importance of these appointments, and X would respectfully suggestthat they be made promptly and in due time, in jorder that the sheriff may have ample time to serve notice on each ' of the appointees at least ten days before they enter upon the discharge of their respective duties. This, if done in apt time, will avoid confusion. BOXES. New boxes, constructed as the law directs, will be furnished at each and every voting precinct in Mecklenburg county. These can be had on application at this office by the judges of election at the proper time. J. M. Morrow, Clerk Superior Court, Mecklenburg County North Carolina. Are You a Sufferer From INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM? Asheville, N. C, August 14, lSI Twelve years ago I was a severe sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism, and for Ave years I was completely disabled, often being confined to my bed for months at a time. My whole sysienx was permeated with the disease, affect irg different parts of my body Medical treatment failed to do me any good, and I tried different proprietary medi- cines without any benefit. I was ad- ' v ted while in Durham to try Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy. I got one-half dozen bottle , and when I was on the third bot ' le I began to improve, and by the time I hsd taken the six bottles I was entirely cured, and have never had any return of the disease since. I believe it to be a. specific for inflammatory rheumatism., P O Box 385. L. BROWN. leaiy for Ion. Better prepared than ever-to supply your every want in all kinds of Dry Goods at prices to suit you. The newest creations are coming in daily, but our buyer is now seeking more of the most fashionable stuff in the great eastern markets. We intend to save you money this season, and you wilL find it so. Send on your orders or come to see us yourself. Send in your wife; aod daughters and let them make our store their headquarters while in town. Watch us for new things and compare our prices with any others on earth. HJitiilS i EMI

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