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tmniiti DMttim fort'omnii'i-i'ltil tnivHri..
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rest mi runt. Iluuve heinco mill llirlileil hy
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Ti'li'trnipli nlllee In liiiHillntr. The lintel Is
mien nun nil me iuihiciu convenience.
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ramiuc nstnip im me irtiuiuu Hour, limine
lienieil hy niiliiml huh. OiuiiIIiu to Mini (ruin
TJUFKAIA KOTIIKHTKU ft I'lTTH-
The short line ln'lwwn HuII.iIh. Hliluniiy,
.nullum, riiiiiinmirn, milium, K.iclicHtcr,
Minima KiilU unit ihiIiiIh In the iiiht oil
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t nr HiHinin, tinny, ekccpi rummy, hh (nl
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Kmiicntcr: coiiuci'iluir ill .luliiiMiiiliiirv
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Kun nml I'tinvMiiiiuiii'y.
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tX)Ml'ANY comnioni'iii Siiiulny
July 10, 18112. Um irmlo DiviHion.
No. I. NO..V No. 9.
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Trains dally except Sunday.
DANID MoOAltOO, Out Si-pt.,
JAS. P. ANDERSON. Otn'u. rltAai'
DO YOU NEED
A NEW ATTIRE?
If to, and you want a good
fitting and well made suit at a
reasonable figure you will re
ceive same by placing your
J. C. Froehlich,
Next door to Hotel MoConnell.
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fle-trlllnR a (lonil Juki.
A Pliilmlrlpliirt 1 rummer rnMntcroil
Into n clutliliiH utoro In I'.liiilrn tlm other
liny, nml finil 1ik tlm liiiiprirtor busy
With n niBtoiner ho leminl nRiiitiRt a iiln
nf rlothlnn nml wuiteil. Hinhlenly lh
nilo tnppieil ovi-r nml Ml to tho floor.
Thn ilriinininr hastily Ih'kuii to renr
rnnpn thn gooiln, reninrkiiiK iih ho iliil
), "Well, Mr. Hmith, you neo rlnlhliiK
hnn hml nuitn a fall." An hn kept tin
Work Inn he mlileil, "Ami my ImMneim in
Cotiiinotiplnen nil tho remnrk wnn. It
mmln a Rrent imprrnnlini upon nn IriNh
limn who hnpiM'iioil to 1m ntnnillnn liy.
"HeKorrn," ho miittereil, "thnl'n n
folno Joko. (M'll get thototT 011 8imie
onn liefore night." HI ill with thn jnkn
frenh In hi ininil tin imnntereil over to
Levy' ilry gmxla Morn, rhurkliiig a lie
"Aim, Mr. Iicvy, It'a a folno Joke l
do Im nfter liparing," hit anid. "Walt
till ()i ahow yei." Keizing a piln of flue
drMR giMMU Im throw them on tho floor,
whieh wna Imnn of tho rlennont.
Lovy Ih'ciiiho Indignniit. "Yot'a dor
nmttor mill yon, nnyhow? you
grnxy?" ho ahnuteil.
"No; it'ailo jnkn Oi'd lw nfter tlltt
thrntin, hut Oi'll lie lilefne.l If It ain't
clean riu-npeil nie." Levy piled the rooiM
lahorioimly upon thn tiililo, aweuring 1 I
thn time, whiln Put atood roKitntiiig.
Hiidileiilv ho rrled, "Ho JiiIiImth, t)l hnv
It now I"
With n vigoroua imnh ho pent tho
goodH to thn floor a pen mil time, crying.
"Ol hev ill (MothinK'a dinper than It
lined tor bo and Imninesn in getting a
dernod ito better, llow'a tlmt for n
I'at wonderod why ho waa ejected
with aueh rapidity, mid Levy hasn't aeen
tho point of the joke to thin day. Phil
Kngllali and Other Langnaa-va.
As a languago Engliiili la rertnlnly di
rect, in thn way that it in not given to
the tine of xilito paraphrase. We re
tnoinber a uotK o in three langiiagiii af
fixed to the door of a anloon on hoard a
mail ateitmer. In Eugliah, thn piiHnen
gera were forbidden Ut do aomething
wo forget the pun t nature of thn veto,
but it wax curt to thn limt ilenree. In
Hpanlah, "Senorea tho paaxengerN wern
reiiiii'nti'il ' not to commit tho Piiinn of-
feiiHO. In PortugueNe, "The gmcn of
aenliorea thn pnMNi'ngera wero iiriived not
to," etc. After all tho inclining wiih
much thn panic, and thn KiikIihIi vcrxion
bud lit IciiMt thu uilvantago of being the
It In thin peremptory tonn which Iihm
perhiipn given KiiIihIi its pluco In tho
provcrliiiil rliixMlicntion iih tho langmiKO
of diKH. "SpaniKh," Hiiya tho proverb,
"one talks to thn goiln;" in truth, it Ih
iilmoKt higli Down oiioiikIi for thn upper
rcgioiiH, but wo nmy nolo that Hie
proverb wna Spauixh inTrrigin. "Italian,
onn talks to oiio'h friends." Ono can Im
cffiiHively warm in Italian and yet lmvti
a ring of aincerity. French Ih capabln
of kucIi infinito variety of cndcarmenU
and rajolementa that the wanting ain
oerity ia never lniRHod. "German, to
oiid'm horKC." and if ho ncigliH in an
wer ho annwci-H, wo aupjioan, in k'h1
German. "And EngliHh, to a dogl"
Well, it is a fart that dogs undnrataud
EngliHh hotter than any other tongue
We are not dinpoaed to quarrel with
that proverb. London Spectator.
Japaneaa In America.
There is a strong desire on the part of
young Japanese to come to tho United
States to acquire or perfect themselves
in tho English language and complete
their educatiou. The welcome given to
earlier students has led many who have
entirely insufficient means to undertako
the journey to como, indeed, with
scarcely uioro than enough to pay their
passage to this country. Others, better
provided for, have no idea of tho in
creased cost of living here, while many
hope to receive aid from persons who
may become interested in them here er
to find some employment while thoy are
carrying on their studies.
The practical results are not always
fortunate, and many of the students re
ferred to would be better off at home.
The reputation of having been educated
in Europe or America has a certain
value at present in Japan, however, and
the Japanese students are, almost with
out a single exception, a credit to theii
native country. Philadelphia Ledger.
What the Death Mack Shews.
The value of a plaster cast as a por
trait of the dead or living face cannot
for a moment be questioned. It must
f necessity be absolutely true to nature.
It cannot flatter) it cannot caricature.
It shows the subject as he was or is,
not only as others saw him in the actual
flesh, but as ha saw himself. And in
the case of the death mask particularly,
it shows the subject often as he permit
ted no one but himself to see himself.
He does not pose; he does not "try to
look pleasant." In his mask he is seen,
as it were, with his mask offl Laurence)
Button in Harper's.
The Summer Yoaaf Xaa.
Primarily sneak In sr. the anmmev man
Ii not a fool by any means. He is boil
hur over with bnaineaa. tmt wu hm
known to have done a day's work in his
ue. Fortunately he has Inherited con-
naeraoie money ana is there to add an
additional sum to' that alreaA nn hanA
ty marrying one of those western young
women with pretty face, musical laugh
ind a rich father. This kind nf nun
renerally become very corpulent as age
ncreaaes, and as good natured as well,
ina wny snoman i tnoyf Exchange,
CONTKNTMKNT IN NATURK.
I would nut rlinnan 111 lev fur Dime
Of rmpernni nml kliu;-.
What ha my Kctitto fiii-ml, the mun,
Titld tlirin, If auirlil, itn ymi miiMMe
The rue Hint ti'lln me llitnicft?
What nerrnln have they hpil with treeivT
What rumm wild p-raiwv Harnf
Wltnl knew they uf lite luvNterh'S
Of liutlerlllifl anil hnnry Ihipii,
Whn whlnHr In my enrpf
What havp the nitiilienin unto Ihpmr
What tnlrn linvn tirmiklctp lulil?
la there llliln llirlr diadem
A plnitle rlvnl In the arm
Thedewr dnlplni tiuldf
What pyniiathy have Ihey wllh hlrda,
Whnpe RiitiKP are ennnH of mine?
tin they e'er hear, ae lliuiiah In wnrda
Twaa lpted, the nienpNice nf Ihe herds
Of Ktar.lua. Inwln klnet
Ah, nnl lllve me tin Infty theune.
lint JiipI what Nitture yleldn.
It me hut wander nn, ahme
If need lie, an Unit all my uwn
Are wnoda and rialre and dnlilp.
J. K. Ilanini In llaruer'a Weekly
rarrnla a flnnree nl rienenre.
There wna a time when parrots wore
regarded In India and elnewlu.ro as
sacred, and anybody who dared to In
jure one of them was regarded as guilty
of a dreadful crime. It Is trun that
since tlion they have fallen aotnnwhat
from their high entute, and that In this
mom dcKcncratn bko thn ciimiiioii Anm
son parrot has been shot in great num
bers in tlm eastern parts of llrnir.il for
thn prosaio purMisnof making a particu
lar kind of soup to which thn natives
am partial, whiln tho naturalist waxes
quite eloquent when he sounds thn
praises of pnrakeet pin.
Hut In our own country, though we
do not go either to tho ono ottrenio of
holding them sacred or to tho other ex
tremo of putting them into pies, parrots
still occupy a place of honor In our
hnnsnholds, and a well liehavod "protty
Poll," who has been duly instructed In
the accomplishments of her kind, Is still
the source of as great a degree of pleas
ure as ever. Strand Magazine
Why lie Could Not Attend.
An amusing instance of the expedi
ents resorted to by men summoned .to
attend as common jurymen in order to
avoid serving in that capacity occurred
recently. One morning a little girl
whoso eyes just peered nliove tho desk
"Please sir, father can't come: liocnn't
put on his boota."
Tho jiulgo asked tlm nervous little
creature what was thn mutter with her
parent. She hesitated. Kvldently alio
had nut been instructed fiirtliertlinii tho
statement xlm had inmle. nn. I looking
straight into the jtuluo's eyes Kiiid:
"Well, sir, father don't wear boots;
bo's got wooden legs. I wasn't told to
say anything else, sir; that's all." Lon
The Street llnnd'a ll.-llclil.
Olio uf tho delicatu delights of tho
Street band is its propensity to scent out
household nmsicales. In nothing, ap
parently, do thoso wandering musicians
so much delight as to spring into blat
ant strains before thn house from which
Issues the voico nf song or tho modest
mimic, of tint pianoforte. They carry
the day or rather the night every time;
for while thoy can play through and
over and above anything, it would take
a solf possessed and steady nerved house
hold ierformer to hold his own or her
own against such rivalry. And then
they ring tho bell and extend the hat!
The Namee of Twu Cities.
On the principlo of "In Koine do ns
the Romans do," I think it a safo rule
to pronounce the name of a place 0.' the
residonU of that place do. Ifrvnco we
should sneak of St. Louis as though it
were written "St. Lewis," not "St.
Louoe." All good Missourians any "St.
Lewis." It is a little difficult to put
down in black and white the local pro
nunciation of New Orleans, but it is
something like this, "New Awl-yins,"
with the strong accent on the "Awl."
Cor. New York Tribune.
She Blioald Bin Ileea Olad.
She had induced him to swear off on
cigarettes, but one hot day he fell from
"George," she said severely, as she
swept her nose through the atmosphere
of his surrounding, "yon have been
"Of course I have," he replied, as he
mopped his face, "and yon ought to be
thankful that I have not gone further
and broken oat into a regular blaxinjr
conflagration confound this weather,"
Detroit Free Press.
A Watch with a Long Boa.
A debtor down in Madison county.
Va., turned over as his only property a
gold watch bearing the name of "Extra
Billy Smith" and the date 1880. Extra
Billy, who died not long since, was once
the manager of a stage line between
Washington and points in Virsrinia. but
later governor of that state, congress
man and major general in the Confed
erate army. Extra Billy's watch, though
it has run for at least sixty-two years.
still keeps good time. Pittsburg Dia-
Society la Weetera Towns,
There is a social equality in western
country towns that prevails nowhere
else, and the daughters of the blacksmith
are quite as prominent as the daughter
of the banker, providing tkey behave as
well, which they are likely to do, as
they all grownup together and are edu
cated in the same schools. The only
social test in the west is good conduct
E. W, Howe in Forum,
A Wonderful fine,
Bqulre Schwab's ofllco was crowded
ihortly near B o'clock yesterday after
noon with friends and acqiiainlances of
Ihe gonial magistrate, who had been In
vited into the squlrn's ofllco to witness
thn truly wonderful feats performed by
pet dog that had liecn attached by
rlpecial Constalilo lliirrouglis In the rnse
If A. II. Moorman against Henry Wei
thelman for t?l.0ft.
Weichelmnn travels for a Now York
clothing house, and until recently ha
lived at 118 Clark street. Moorman
learned that Welchelman was about to
remove to Gotham and Immediately
brought an attachment suit against him
In Squire Schwab's court. When (Jon
stable Hitrronnhs went to the Clark
street houan to attach Welchelman's ef
fects all ho found woe a beautiful dog,
for which thn clothing drummer fs al
leged to have paid i0.
Several children noticed the officer
carrying the dog along the street, and
told him tho dog ierformed tricks and
also smoked cigarettes. When Squire
Schwab's nfllcn was reached and tho
maKislralo was told of thn dog's won
derful instinct ho procured a package
of cigarettes, and after summoning a
number of friends resolved to tost tho
dog's ability as stated above.
A lead pencil was tied to thn animal's
paw, and upon n sheet of legal rap pa
per t he dog wroto Ita name Clnncoy In
a very IcKihlo manner. Through a quill
holder tho canliio smoked several ciga
rettes and astonished tho assembled
crowd by expectorating. Tho dog seemed
to enjoy thn sport mid thn cigarette
smoke seemed to enliven him as he
pranced cheerfully about and amused
thn crowd by his funny antics. It is
alleged that the dog formerly lielongnd
to some English nobleman, from whom
he was stolen. Cincinnati Commercial
Killing Orchard Pepta.
Bomo time ago the electrical papers
described a device which was success
fully used in a park at Munich, Iiava
ria, for the destruction of Insects. The
Insects were attracted by a powerful
electric projector, and then drawn down
by an exhaust fan to a kind of grinding
mill, and after lieiug crushed in which
they wore mixed with flour mid water,
linked and used for fending poultry. Pos
sibly incited by thn success of this ar
rangement, a Washington farmer pro
poses to waj;n electrio war on thn insects
tlmt nightly play havoc with tho fruit
trees in his orchard,
His plan is to havo powerful lamps
put in at 1111 elevation of a few feet almva
the tups of bis upplo trees. Kuril lump
or burner is to Imi surmounted liy'u steel
wire screen, umbrella, sluiped, each
torniito wire beingcharged uud the other
grounded. When thn light is turned on
in the evening it will attract tlioswarius
of winged insects, which will dash
against I ho electrically charged screen
and bo instantly destroyed. Tho farmer
says ho can dispense with the olalxirnto
process adopted in Munich for tho prep
aration nf food for tho fowls, as ever'
memlior of his poultry yard will bo
promptly on hand next morning and
will help himself. Pittsburg Dispatch,
The crop of suicides is larger this
year thaa ever before. Hardly a day
posses that tho morgue docs not
claim snvrrul victims, and the coroners
are kept busy issuing permits for the
burial of aristocratic suicides who shed
their mortal shackles amid wealth and
luxury. It is remarkable that those un
fortunates should choose tho summer
time for their ghastly work, when life
seems to offor so much to the weary, the
oppressed and the disappointed. I asked
one of tho keeiers of the morgue today
how he accounted for this.
His reply confirmed my own opinion.
Said ho: "You notice that most of the
'stiffs' ure women, don't you? Well,
them's all 'sentimental suicides.' The
gals has been disappointed in love or
iuthin o' that kind, and when they sees
other folks enjoying life th' singin o'
th' birds, th' flowers, an all that sort o'
thing, ye know it makes .them feel
wusa'n ord'nary, an they go oflTn jumps
Into th' river or cuta their throats."
New York Cor. St Louis Republic
Sup Shot with a Waist
F. M. Pitcher and A. L. Beckwith are
two farmer who are both well known
In Americas. Tuesday they were to
gether in a buggy coming here, and
when they were near Jo Honey's place
chicken hawk lit on the side of the
road. "Look at that hawk," said Mr.
Beckwith. "Yes, I see him," said Mr.
Pitcher. They drove on, and the hawk
lidn't move. They drew nearer and
nearer and finally war almost np to th
bird. Mr. Beckwith took np his whip
and as they reached the hawk made a
crack at it The blow struck just right
and the hawk was struck full in th
aeck. The crack was so well made that
the full force was executed and th
bead was cnt clean off. The gentlemen
brought th hawk and its head to town
with them. America (Ge.) Times-Re-sorder.
Aa Appropriate Test
A preacher in Boston was a little fel
low, so little that a box had to be hastily
brought from the cellar for him to stand
on. The services proceeded safely until
the sermon, when he mounted the box
and announced his text, "A little while
ye shall see me, and a little while and
ye shall not see me." At this point the
box broke, and the prophecy was veri
fied amid the smothered laughter of
the congregation. New York Evening
In every emind I llilnk I hear her feet.
And ptllt I wend my altered way alone,
And pllll I say, "i'uuiurriiw we shall meet."
I watrli Ihe phadnwp In the rrnwilfd etreeti
F.arli finpiiluif face 1 rnllnw, nne liy nnet
In every pound I think I hear her fret.
And mnnlha an hy, Mrpk March and Mny day
Itarvept Ipnrrr, winter well nluli dune,
Ind allll I aay, "Tnmnrrnw we ahall meet."
Imnni the rlly eimrea, when flnwera era
With every hreat h a ptf h nf herp leemp hlnwn,
In avery Sound I think I hear her feel.
Pelfry and rlnck Ihe iinendlna: hour repeat,
from twelve to twelve, and allll ehe enmea
And atlll I pay, "Tnmnrrnw we ahall meet,"
Oh. Inns delayed tninnrmwl Itearla that heat
Measure the length nf every minute gonei
In every sniiiid I think I hear her feet.
ftver Ihe ann ripe tardily nr fleet
And light the letterann a churchyard atnnai
And atlll I pay. 'Tomorrow we ahall meet."
And allll from nnt her unknown far retreat
Hha liaunta me with her tender undertone.
In every pound I think I hear her feet.
And allll I pay, "Tomorrow we ahall meet."
New Orleana Picayune.
Ifnw an Arab f.tvee.
An Arab loves as none but nn Arab
can love, but ha Is also mightily excit
able mid easily won. An Arab sees a
girl bearing water or brushwood and in
a moment, almost at a glanco, Is as
madly in love as If ho had passed years
nf courtship. He thinks of nothing else,
cares and dreams of nothing else hut
the girl ho loves, and not Infrequently,
if ho is disappointed in his affection, he
f lines and dies. In ordnr to commence
ils suit ho sends for a member of the
girl's tribe, and first insuring his secrecy
by a solemn oath confesses his love and
entreats his confidant to arrange an in
The confidant goes to the girl, gives
her a flower or a blade of gross and
"Swear by him who luiidn this flower
and ns also that you will not reveal to
sny one that which I am about to un
fold to you."
If the girl will not accept the pro
posal she will not take the oath, but
nevertheless keeps the matter perfectly
ocret from nil. If she is favorably dis
posed to the match she answers:
"1 swear by hiin who made tho flower
you hold mid us," and tho place and
timo of meeting are settled, Tlieseoaths
aro never broken, and it is not long be
fore thn ardent lover becomes thu happy
The tlrrek Htnry nf the Flrpt Wnman,
Thn first woman created, according to
heathen Greek mythology, was Pandora.
BI111 wasmiiilu of clay by Vulcan, at tho
request of Jupiter, who wished to punish
thu impiety of Prometheus by giving
him wife. When this woman of clay
had received life all the gmls vied mak
ing her present. "enus gave her
beauty; the Graces guve her tho power
nf captivating; Apollo taught her music.
Mercury instructed her in el'iiienco,
and Minerva gave her tho most splendid
ornaments. From these presents, re
ceived from tho gods, the woman was
culled Pandora, which intimates that
shn had received every necessary gift.
Prometheus was too artful to marry
this woman and could not bo captivated
by her charms, but his brother, Kpi
uieUieuN, who was not so prudent, mar
ried her instead, and upon opening a
box which she presented to liim then is
sued from it a multitude of cvil.1, which
dispersed themselves over the world and
still continue to alllict thn human race.
Hope only remained at the bottom to
assuaga tho troubles and sorrows of life.
Turning Tin Hefupe tn l'rullt.
For a long time tho owners of sardino
factories were at a loss to know what to
do with the mounds of tin clippings that
accumulated at their docks. Thn clip
pings are now collected and sorted ac
cording to their shape, those made by the
dies which stamp the bottoms and cov
ers of tho cans being pounded into suit
able shape for handling, while the strips
made by the shears in cutting the tin
for the sides are bundled and boxed.
The clippings are smelted down in a
furnace, the tin with which they are
coated being melted and drawn off sep
arately, while the molten mass of metal
which composed the plate is run into
molds and formed into window weights
and other useful artictea. The bright
tin strips of various sizes are utilized in
sundry ways, forming tin tags for the
ornamentation of plug tobacco, button
molds, ornamental baskets and dozen
of other articles. New York Telegram.
Birth, Marriage and Death.
A most remarkable case is reported
from Kentucky. Rev. O. H. Morrow,
prominent Baptist minister of Simpson
county, reared a family of six daugh
ters. He received all of them into the
church, baptized them all, said the mar
riage ceremony for each of them, and
buried them all. He survived the last
daughter several years. Marshall (Mo.)
A Great Pit.
The Scotch are great users of snaff. It
was a Scotchman who one asked a big
nosed stranger if he took snuff, and re
ceiving a negative reply remarked,
"What a pity; yon have such a grana
accommodation." Cincinnati Commer
Flowere That Bloom la Wlator.
Cubeb It seems very natural.
Scarely What doeaf
Cubeb To see a blooming idiot and a
society bad together. Kate Field'
To Im Hold for Hit) ntixt few
weeks nt from
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Lariitw now is your clianoo as
Hi ik Sh tliu grcatent Hiaugh
tr ev!r iwhIo in Ittiyn
ol(lnvillo 011 SliotiH.
J. 1$. ARNOLD.
1 1. 1... uuiy . j Bargain
j y BOLotajxos, 1 Store
Main St., JlpynoMsvillft, Pa.
No old shelf-worn goods, but all new,
clean, Huluhlo stock and moro of them
for tho sumo money than you can buy
at any other storo In tho town. If your
uru looking for something you cannot'
find at any other storo, como to
The Racket Store
and you will rnrwt likely got It, and you
will Im Hiirpi'tsod how cheap. People
wonder how I can pay rent and other
expenses, soil so cheap and Hvo. ftaslly
explained, my friends, just llko thin:
Huy for cosh, still for cash; I soli for
not spot cash und I got bargains by
paying not spot cush for what I buy,
consequently I am onablod to give you
bargains for your !sh. Come In and
look over my stock; no troulilo to show
gisxls whether you buy or not. Goods
bought from mo and not satisfactory,
and returned In good order, and reaa
onablo timo, money will be cheerfully
refunded If desired. Ilemember.I posit
ively state that I have no old shelf
worn goods, no shoddy goods, but a
clean cut a line of every day goods a
you will find In any store in Jefferson
county, and oh, how cheap. Come in
Ladies and take look at my line of
beautiful Laces, Wrappers, Walnta,
Aprons, Gloves, Mitts, Night Robes,
Stockings, Baby Carriage Rohes.Callco,
Robes, Shlrtlng,bleached and unbleach
ed Muslin. I might go on mentioning
the lota of bargains but would take too'
long, step in and take a look for your- '
selves. Gentlemen, come in and buy
one of our beautiful paintings, 30x36,
gilt frame, only (1.00, are going like
hot cakes', if you want one come quick.
I also have men's Hose, Shirt,' Hand
kerchiefs, Drawers, Under Shirt-, White
Shirts, Linen Collars and Cuffs, Gloves
and an endless number of other thing
for gentlemen. Come in and look for
yourselves. I will only be to glad to
show you my stock. I have in stock
hundreds of articles for Ladies, Gentle
men and Children, Boys, Girls and
Baby's that would fill our town paper to
mention them all. This advertisement
is written in the plain American A.B.C.
languago so everybody that can read
can understand every word of it
M. J. C0YLE,
The Racket Store.