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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

Tha Harald iL fa IS LIBE KTY EXFRESSo VOLUME XVI THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 NUMBER 15 COURT WILL END SATURDAY Court Sessions Held Under Special Judge, L. II. Stanford. Judge Roberts III RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Sossions of the Union Circuit Court have been he'd during the past few days under special Judge L. H. Siai.l'ord, durir.g the illness of Judge pro te.n Che .Kr P.jbcrts, who has I won cmtiiiud .i) Iiis home Im inj? the pal we, k.s a wvcro case of the Spanish i nil'. ion a. The two state cases against Thomas a.'ti Foidyco, who are in jail availing their tiial.-, will probably not lie called now before the January term of Court, altho' Judge Iloberts is -Xj tooted to be baok on the bench in tin..' to elo.-e the session of Court, tmuorroK. Neither tlio Grand or 1 lit jurors have boon called up yet this term. The following rases have been disposed. of (lining the past week. Cii! Casts Adam Heim, et. ah, vs. John Heim, it. a!. Older Approving distribution of '.. ...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

PAGE TWO THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i:, 1918 rr i I Fashions : en Women's Section I Household New Trimmings and Change of Detail Make old Things Look New New York, November 11. What a gorgeous gown! I remu iked to a friend as 1 met her at one cf the hotels the other day. Put how, I continued, can you afford to spend so much on your frocks when every thins is so expensive? And she smiled a knowing little smile and then drew near to my ear and divulged the whole secret. Of course it was not a new frock, it was simply an old one of last year's, and having had a liberal amount of material in it, she herselt cut it and remodeled it into the smart affair that I saw on her. Developed in Se rge liui This was a surprise at first, soon I discovered that many of my friends were doing the same thing. It is quite a simple matter and with the aid of a good pattern, one lias a charming new dress out of last season's. Illustrated here is an excellent idea for remodeling a dress. The The ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 PAGE THREE COUGHS AND COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED At the first sin of a cold or couj;h. commence treatment immediately with, the b.st piucun..!- ro-u-dy. SCHIFFM AX'S HXPIXTOKANT is Kuarantoed to be the b.-t and most sali.-factory remedy ever used, or money refunded in case it she'.. hi !,!' :i:v; so. It is so strongly concentrated that oO tents worth r:iakes Ci ;eaMHnsritt. ulien n:itl at homo with honey or sugar syrup Positively contain- no Chloroform, Opium, Morphine or any other narcotic. Fh-asant to take and chiaiieri are fond of it. Druggists everywhere will refuV.il money if it does rot .ie perfect satisfaction, or is not found the very best ever used tor Coughs, Colds bronchitis. Croup. Whooping Cough or lIoars'iit' You will be the sole judge and under this positive guarantee absolut. Jy no risk is run in buying the remedy. ".THANKSGIVING SALE SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, NOVSmiiStt 1:5 SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY. NOVKMP.KU 27 colli:;:: coknhk. o...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

PAGE FOUR . THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 The Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 1003. Official Taper of Union County. Published Every Friday in the Interest of Union County in General and the Town of Liberty in Particular. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Offlee Ja Burt Block, Liberty. Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Liberty. Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Mail. One Year 3y Mail. Six Months by Mail. Three Months ADVERTISING RATES Advertising Rates on application. Local Heading Notices, per line 5c. Black Face Locals, per line 10c. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., 5 cts. per line. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Always give former address as well as the new one, when orderfng paper changed. Friday, November 15, 11)18 A. Summers, Editor M. E. Xoblot, secretary of thf lloosier State Automobile Association, believes the Rural .Motor Express and Return Loads program will servo to stimulate a community spirit thai ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

t THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 PAGE KiVE t c J t c 1 atch Your Tire Mileage Do not throw your old Tires away; have them vulcanized and relined at the Central Motor Co. Let us figure with you. Central Motor Co. F. Bethge, Prop. One-half Block West of Court House. 21 n RETURN LH BUREAUS in mm SERVICE lit IWii II State Council of Defense for New Medium of Transportation. El N T?HTQ. FROM SL W 3 the LUU, I Y. d - ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 3GJE fou sali: BROWNSVILLE. Mrs. Cap K-t'iiTinan ami dauhtt r, l.uva, win- Co. in i i II t visitors, on Thui -si lay. Mis. Sari 7 a- " ; ai '1 daughter. Until :.!!! I'. ail. sj.-pt Saturday in I .in l y. M'S. l,cu (Ii'iu1 In-; P'ivivfil word that In r ; on. .Iu'mi dar. lias hi i n ti::u.f lii-l from C:itip I . ;i i n tu I h, K;ms., :tad is now Rationed at Camp M. a.l-. AM. Mrs. Ev ntt Stevens, who lias been seriously ill for the past work is recovering. Dr .and Mrs. W. C. Sh...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

PAGE SIX THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNED Hog Producers and Packers Confer With Representatives of the Focd Administration and Agricultural Department and Adopt New Plan of Regulation. In accordance with the policy of tin1 Food Adrainistnitlon'Sinoe Its foundation to consult representative men In the agricultural Industry on occasions of Importance to special branches of the Industry, on October -1 there wus convened In Washington a meeting of. the 4ave Stock Subcommittee of the Agricultural Advisory Hoard and the special member representing the swine Industry to consider the situation in the ho; market The conference lasted for three days, and during this time met with the executive committee of the titty packing linns participating In foreign orders for pork products and with the members of the Food Aduiluiatratlon directing foreign pork purchases. The conclusions of the conference were ns follows: The entire marketing situation has 84) c...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 PAGE SEVEN oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo The Kaiser as I Knew Him for Fourteen Years By ARTHUR N. DAVIS. D. D. S. -oxxooxxxxooxxxxxooooooc (Copyright, 1918, by the Mi-Clure Newspaper Syndicate.) were jN;rinr at lier and finikin;; slurriiiR remarks about tho manner In Vilich she had retained her avoirdupois. A fat person in Oermany today Is regarded with suspicion. Naturally the weakened condition of the people makes them all easily susoeptiMe to disease. Epidemics spread rapidly and I am Inclined to helieve that little care was taken hy the authorities to protect the older people from infection. I know that my secretary's mother fell and broke both her legs last summer (1017) and was taken to tho accident ward of a hospital where her fellow-patients were ail crippled. Ten of the inmates of that ward died in a single day from dysentery, and the following day the death list was increased by twelve, the old lady with ll.e broken le'...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 15 November 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE LIBERTY EXPRESS; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIM 9i All II FÄS1T P I means a more joyous Christmas. Never have we been so well H prepared for Christinas. The Government's request for early shopping may be lived up to here. Useful gifts for'eevry niemH ber of the family are especially featured. Shop Now. 1 Furniture as Gifts pcr the past two mor.ihs wo have been disposing of our entire line of furniture. EE There yet remains a fuv articles which would mae excellent gifts and in order to E close out at orce wo am offering exceptional values. Dining chairs. Fumed Oak, leather seat, $22.f0 values, now $18.50 Dining Chairs, Golden Oak, Leather seat $21.50 values, now $15.00 Pining Chairs, Golden Oak, Wood seat, $8.50 to $12.50 Set E Dining Tables, $7.08, ?!0.:S and $12.50 for values to $18.00. rr Hockers, .Mahogany, Tapestry seat and back, $22.50 values, now $10.00 Ei Hockers, Mahogany. Fancy Parlor Chairs, $0.50 for values to $12.50 Cellar Chests, $12.50 fcr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

TU Htrald i Mir Jla LIBERTY- EXPBESS. VOLUME XVII THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 NUMBER 40 Picfys Farms for Poultry Culling Mrs. Roy Carson's and Mrs. Henry Scott's Places are Selected The two farms at which LeRey I Jones of the Purdue Poultry Department will do his culling while in Union County have been selected as follows: ..-v., Mrs. Kpv Carson's for the people in the north rait of the county, am! Mrs. Henry Scott's for people in the .south part. - Mr. Jones will hold the culling demonstrations on Monday, July 2i He will be at Carson's in the morning, beginning at S:"0 a. m., ind a' "Mrs. Scott's in the evening, be gaining at 2 o'clock. People interested i.n poultry should take advantage of this good educational feature of poultry culling and plan to attend one of these dornor. strations. -Planning for 39th Tri-County Reunion Already arrangements are under way for the thirty-ninth annual reunion of the Pionrer association ot Franklin and Urion Counties, Indiana, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA " PLENTY NEXT DOOR" Record Harvest Predicted for Canada. After having made a careful Surrey of the wheat producing area of the United States, experts whose business it Is to keep the people informed on the acreage sown to foodstuffs state that this year there will be a falling olT in the wheat production In the States, due to a considerably less area cultivated. The opinion of these experts is that the decrease will be several hundred million bushels of wheat less than In previous years, which Recording to past experience will be scarcely sufficient to meet the requirements of the demands of the people of this country. In Canada, however, the situation Is different. Reliable reports on the crop situation throughout Western Canada are such as to create the most substantial optimism. Never before were the prospects so encouraging for a bumper harvest. It Is predicted that the yield this year will be even greater than In 1915. the j'ear of the record harve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 THE LIBERTY EXPRESS Established 1903 Official Paper of Union County Office in Burt Block, Over Postoffice, Liberty, Indiana. Tefephone No. 154. Entered as Second Clas3 Matter at the Postoffice at Liberty, Indiana. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Union, Fayette, Wayne and Franklin Counties, Indiana, and Preble arm liutler Counties, Ohio By Mail, One Year $1.50 By Mail, Six Months 1.00 To Persons -Living Outside These aix counties By Mail, One Year $2.00 By Mail. Six Months 1.25 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising Rates on Application. Local Reading Notices, per line 5c. Blackface Locals, per line 10c. Large Type (12 point) Locals, per line 15c. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., per line 5c. ' Important. All display advertising must be in this office not later than 5 p. m. on Tuesday of each week to insure insertion in that week's issue. Callahan & Cassell, Publishers. FRIDAY. JULY 16, 1920 GOVERNOR COX, THE NOM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE LIUEIITY EXPRESS. FRIDAY. JULY 16, 1020 mm V : 'lii.inii.ii.,i.i-i..i.tiwil liil i!la.inMililiinl.i..ii.li.i.:l,.iinil';.iiii ilia i ... 'i,iilil'tiii.liitll i..,.t.;....;ui ii--ii';.il.i.dl uli X-UixLik. "' 1 ' ii'uuLLJJ i- ii ' l'l.il ..l.'U.I.I.U...I..H.I...lll..l . . .1 1 . ..II ,i. 1' ill Ii) . Ii,,,! !. ;, i 1 . ! ..ii.j.it....... i...,.....i.i... :..i.ini.,,: i iii EE it EXTRA!! r :4 151 This Store Will be Closed on Fri- day, July 16, to J . j rearrange and M fii mark stock for r3 H H fast selling. Be R . - r T an early bird. ja 3 it Li VTVT u L t vi I m imm (RSH fni frii IrA Sri fn V (n fS u M iö iy p y L J . n n S bWfiöllfI Sil öi&y VI, w. I -" EKTRÄH To the first &j twenty custom- 1 ers emenng our store on the op- urday, July 17, extra 10 Per Cent j DISCOUNT f.IV1 4 Oiiick Action! dPa 'S TT a fi Ü 4LÄ cij küJlÄILÄ, föcÄa lj ßSa a y"r nll7nn 1; if 111 Iff If nrnni? m?rrp 2 t'hlMr': 7 y f ff ä ! Q .4 nur Hired by W. A. Fosdick C& Son. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

0 THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 These Prices Will Save You Money Corn Starch, regular size package- - - 10c Navy Beans, per lb. 9?.c, 10 pounds for 90c Seeded Raisins, per package 22c Fancy Prunes 25c; dried peaches - 30c Canned Peaches, 2'.c, oöc and 9C Shredded Pineapple 23c; sliced, 40c and l"c Good ColTee, 2c, :J8c and - -c Laundrv and Toilet Soap, and Soap Powder rc Larpo Honey Cakes, per lb 1 30c Post Toasties and Kolled Oats, two packages for 23c Iarge Can Red Beans ! 10o f'hees, per lb . 38c Farmer Salt, TO lb. .sack '. : $1.10 Farmers' Block Salt, medicated, 50 lbs 80c Pulk Polled Oats, per lb : 8c Campbell's Soups, two cans 2"c Jello, any flavor, per package Lc Sweet Pickles, per dozen 12c Paraffine or Parawax, per 1 lb. package 15c Oyster Shell, 2 lbs. for 5c; per cwt $1.7." Strained Honey, home made, per lb 30c Fresh Fish each week, Thursday and Friday. Try Our Meat department. Pest Roast 22c Pest Steak 30c Sugar Cured Whole Ham 4."c -Complete Line Cooked an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 Advertising Talk No. 1 ' . f By the Liberty Express KEEP UNION COUNTY DOLLARS AT HOME Thousands of hard-earned Union County dollars flow in a steady stream every month in the year into the coffers of keenwitted, enterprising business men in Connersville, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago. All this money, which by every known rule of good business and common sense, OUGHT to remain in the county where it originated, goes, instead, to help swell the bank accounts of alert merchants in, the larger placesgoes to help make richer the surrounding cities while Union County grows still poorer. Instantly the question pops up WHY IS THIS? The answer is not hard to find. The business men of Liberty and Union County generally should have the larger part of the immense amount of money which now goes out of the county and is seen here no more. They might as well have it if they would BUT THEY DON'T GO AFTER IT. The keen-minded, far-seeing bus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA C if f:3 is; v T5P CAST P ft Ä ! ,ä v fi ? Tis I k a ?S pi? 3. ;a at. c 7 9 .'C ft." t V is ft to CCf a1 r rrnfnMandRcstCaaÜ UOU5UUauui j OstiaO-Cas For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of At IF fir "se VJp For Over Thirty Years MA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUN COMPANY, NEW YOftK CITY. "Can't Cut Off My Leg" Says Railroad Engineer "I am a railroad engineer; about 20 year Ago my leg was seriously Injured In an accident out West. Upon my refusing to allow the doctor to amputate It I was told It would be impossible to heal the wound. I have tried all kinds of salves and had many doctors tn the past 20 years, but to no avail. Finally I resolved to use PETERSON'S OINTMENT on my leg. You cannot Imagine my astonishment when I found It was doing what over 100 things had failed to do. My le 1 now completely cured." Gus Häuft. 7D3 Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn, N. T. Great for piles, enema, old sores and all skin ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 16 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 r 3 Sale Starts Saturday, July 17 V - Sale ! Starts I Saturday, July 17 " There's Money In This Piece of News For You 20 Discount Sale On All Men's and Young Men's Fancy 3-Piece Suits, and All Boys' Suits, Silk Shirts and Other Items r rar : - ry M m-mm-ftr- mm To effect the immediate disposal of the spring and summer suits now in our stocks, we have planned the most advantageous selling event since 1917. Style for style, woolens for woolens, tailoring for tailoring this sale offer's every man greater value than he has had in years. Here are the Suits fresh from the tailor shops, the products of foremost designers and expert workmen selling at less than today's wholesale cost. Late deliveries by the manufacturers cauased by late deliveries of woolens to them brought about this unusual situation. Hart, Schaffner Marx and Other Fine Clothes Max-Quality Boys' Clothes THIS IS THE SCALE OF PRICES 1 . : c i .... .in v Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

I. iL JiiLJild VOLUME XVII LIBERTY, INDIAN.VFRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 NUMBER 41 Shall Liberty People Pay More for Electricity ? Hearing Monday Public Service Commission Will Come Here to Settle the Matter Court House to be Place of Meeting People Coming and Going Bulletin. The Public Service Commission of Indiana will hold a hearing beginning at 1:30 p. m., Monday, July 20, in the Court House, Liberty, in the matter of the petition of the Liberty Light and Power Company for authority to increase its rates for electric service in the towns of Liberty, Boston, and West College Corner.On Monday of this week the Commission approved, after a hearing at Richmond on July 15, the petition of the City of Richmond for increase in rates charged by the municipal utility for electric energy supplied to the people and industries of Riciunond and also to the Liberty Light and Power Company. The petition of the Liberty Light and Power Company sets forth the fact that rates and charges made by it are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA Made Mo a Well Man Mr. Louis Young, 1652 Clifford St., Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I suffered for thirty yeara with chronic bowel trouble, atomeh trouble and kemorrkicM of the bowel. We bought a bottle of Peruna and I took it faithfully, and I bewn to feel better. My wife persuaded me to continue, and I took it for some time as directed. Now I am a well man." 23 V Suffered thirty years with stomach trouble and ' hemorrhages of the boweh. Liquid or Tablet Fori Cuticura Soap SHAVES Without Mug Catieor Soap is the favorite foriafetyruor (having. Kill All Flies! TUET SPREAD DISEASE Placed nywher. DAISY FLY KILLER attracts and kiiia all files. Next. Hin, ornamental, convenient and k cheap, leasts ausear son. Made of metal. r can't ipill or tip over; will not soil or injure anything. Guaranteed. DA IS Y PLY KILLER at your dealer or bT EXPRESS, prepaid, $1.25. HAEQLD S0MEK3. 150 Ii Kalb At.-Brooklyn, N.T. Knew Both Kinds. Manager of Registry Office What was the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 .iBERTY EXPRESS Established 1903 Oilicial Paper of Union County Office in Burt'Block, Over Postoffice, Liberty, Indiana. Telephone No. 154. 'Entered a3 Second Class Matter at the Fostoftice at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Union. Fayette. Wayne and Frank lin Counties, Indiana, and Preble and Butler Counties, Ohio By Mail, One Year ?L50 By Mail, Six Months 1.00 To Persons Living Outside These Six Counties By Mail, One Year ;-?2.00 By Mail, Six Months 1-25 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising Rates on Application. Local Reading Notices, per line 5c Blackface Locals, per line 10c. Large Type (12 point) Locals, per line 15c. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., per line 5c. Important. All display advertising must be in this office not later than 5 p. m. on Tuesday of each week to insure insertion in that week's issue. Callahan '& Cassell, Publishers. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 ultimate consum- The Canned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

J J THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 TSilllli'iil-Kiiil'HFoiWliiliW ii1L.i,t,1ii,:iL:i,i!11i.,,..,lil1,lilil'..i in.I.i.H.,.iii:iiJti.lil.,.l,.i,l.!l.L,.iit.,Ji,i1J.lL.Mi.l'ti,!.lIi.,.!i!iili:lim kiuiui n,l ,. ,l..V. 11.1 ..iii'iUUu rrd , M iiwhid'i.ili.i :i n i .- - " - - - - - - !T:?.!H.hill;MiNih!.tllllii:i !l'lj!lii!i!l'iilt'l-!i!i:'liiLlil 1 F BREAKS ECORD lii.i.iijii.iih.Jiii.iiii'iiiiii iiiriiii::!!!!!..!':!;.'::-;. J"1'! 1 ; r ;i : ;r l: m j ü ; m7'itt-.:t': i iJ I , i . , i : 1 1 i.nli.;l!:i,iihi .1 n:hjj!,ill.i Hi. .In:., Ill, , ,1 j j llmill.ia i , I 1 1 1 , , 1 1 , , I , I . , i , I, , i , , , I m .1. , I , .1 ITHOUT a doubt this sale has eclipsed all previous selling records, lhe volume of business we are doing is far beyond our expectations. ry thrifty buyer respond to a vaiue-giving event such as this It was planned with two thoughts uppermost -rr "TT" Trnnuui a (touut tins saie lias ecnubeu an uieviuua bfiiiut lxui uo. - kji"o cue uuhih is xai ueyonu our ua...

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