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; jf-All contracts for advertisements
thouldbe made with Jos. A. Hauuis,
Manager. Office on Frank I in
St nt. opposite jhe More olfL. WJ Carr.
rAll communications on business
.smild be addressed to -The Weeklr
""Tiyw,- bobebt, local editor.
CI I A PEL, OF TtlE'CROSS, (Episco
'li.il): Key. JosU. Cheshire pastor,
services ntrll-'cIockt-ArjrAfar ami 5
O clock, i:. rai -il ouuu.ijr. .
It A IT I ST CH URf JIT Kev.T A . :.
Divoii. niKtor. Service every Sun-
thv at .ll o'clock . -A.? . M- ami 7 1-2
o-Wk r.3Iy 1'iarer tteeting every
TJmrl.y vil;lit at l-2
tUy rhol every rumtay at u clock.
A. M. Vvo' A. F. Redd, superinteu-
Vnt. 1 ' '
JiKTIIOWST CUUCIill: Rev. J. F.
IIrttiir?iiuf-pastor. Services at 11
oYlm-V, A. M., hud nt 7 12 o'clock.
T. M.. cacji Sunday except the third
Praver 'meeting every .Wednesday
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IVlff ill l 1- V.vTlvH lv. OdilUV ciiooi
vrrv Suudavtat 2 1-2 o'clock, IV 31.
t Thonuis F. orH ood, sajriiiteiKlent.
t 1 KMii v,tiut(i it ; new
Mr. I:lton. of liih I'olitt. preaches
r 11 A. M.and7 1-2. P. M. every 4th
Sunda v. l'raer rowtini1- every veck
ni WedeIav.lix"t - ..7 i-2 6'cJock.
Sr.ndav school even Si:i;-iV at 2 1-2
n'rliH-L. P. M. Dr." A.' K. I;edoux
MaiU now close :n follow. t ! r. . ,
For Purham daily, Sundaj' excepted
6. A. M. f
For Chatham county, once aveek
Saturdav U. A, ,M. .
The office opens for delivery. Of mail?
at -:ou. i . .u.
-A. MICKLE, P.M.
Don't wait for someihlngto turn n'i-
gi turn it up yourself.
The building opposite. the Ledoek
office i3fa5t nearing completion.
Ixutersare now beginning tp seek the
siiuny side of everything, j I
Kev. Mr. Ileitman will preach at Or-
nge Church on Sunday moruin uext.
-Aii original story will appear in our
next issue. It arrived too late for this
. If you wL-b ft pleas;iiit trip to Durliam
or elevhere, jost get into that elegiint
tHmoiit of Mr. fcates.
' wish somebidy would give us a
news iteia. It yon won t in any other
way. knock u.' down, and then vlll
t IUII ivwu , . , .
A lot has been purchased on which to
?rect a Jiethoilist church Who will
put the ball in motion and have the
church built ? ! i
The communication headed A Word
t the lrfpk of Chapel 11111. inake
some hard hits. Wc are jiot responsible !
for the views of corresjoiidents. '
The sennou on iutcmpcrai.ee deliv-i
ernJiiithe MethodUt church, Suuday
lt. is very highly siMiken of. ' Mr.
Ileitman hand let! the subject iby.
The man who latelv walked into the
hF.noKit oflle'and asketl if w:e'ailnel to
le fersonal in certain article, now
wear a pair of greii gpggles, and car
ries a pillow under his -arm. Take heed
ye turkey hunter. 7 n
D.m't forget to slander everybody j-ou
know. If yoii go wit of your own '-door
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-aufllail to abtMe srinfT i-.rsnn txfro
y-.'i piffer' It agaiif, you'wilfue your
putaiiou as a wwH-carricr and soine
n:i .win venture to calf yon a very
,''evr ht4.ii., , . r
fii mmi-i u r. are !t; lih m ik-.
'id 0. tonal chau in oir streets'.
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. ?,'r5 niui-f i .to th(J , ;trftracance of
V ii-ti . ... i ' ,wlth ourgfod work.
little work atnl a . " ; .
'.ey wUI make Chapel HiTui pVeC
nttown i North Carolina.
Won't you be gld w5.en the hogs ana
are taLWvfr-fiin the street
wiiniied ? iv e jMlvise me vnw r
Hxs large hogst, which infest Franklin
.street, to piit them in a ieu witli' a rock
floor; for . if. they don't the hog will
rt through. We judge lrom the bote
tl.fv h.tve m.ule in the street.
AutEKTisE. Let the pwpk .know
ywir I'usinrps 'by advert Wkg. The
I.r.iH;:u U increasing in circulation
very day. ami i therefore, a good ad
vert is'n mediwn, . , i j J i
Cllc Mrs VjAllaii Grist proposes
'luuig one ot her siiaciou ilMMiig halls
r the receptionfof a club1 of sclents.
f'irtrier particulars, aildress 1 1 : '
Choice Beef "-.ami t Mutton. Wc
Hl have on hatid and .will furnish, to
-raer three times per wxcck, luesuaj
HmrstUv. and Sati-tWv: choice beef
aihl- mutton. LeaTe your onlers witji
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1. p..r.i a- tifvuronv.
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Look. Oct! Mr, J. II. Boon, Rvig
war Clwgpl HilL fts' made arrai ge
uU tty ttiply the citizens of this
i-taee with fresh fish everv-Wednesday
tcI oftener' if the demaiul is ibfficTent.
,Ie will alio lurtYisbt . nice fresh ojtere,
theap, All orders left at this office wil
promptly attended" lo. - K S
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Unr tT.l a X u.u'sK gay. wrong were
I Set-1 1 moVlng tOWaiQ the Kniannnnl
church hi this place. It had been me-
viousir iuitiolinced that on i hat day
-two hearts were to throb sis one and
Mtuefjiikum awdr studen;s Mere eoU
iULicujo net aPOhe altai, tbbfce rijtc&;
lenortnel which will forever bind two
live together. In due time the bride.
Mis Patt e Mallett, niece of our able
physician1 Dr. V. p. Mallett, and the
groom, Mr. O. M. Kovsterf i entered.
Kev. J. B. Cheshire . solemnly pro
notinced the yon couple man and
wife, in the name of the Father, Son and
Holy GhoHt. Tears fell fast -from the
fondling relatives ; of the! fair youiig
bride, whej appeared innocently beauti
ful as $he reclined oil thiit Strong' arm
which is to protect her dii their journey
from the altar to the grave. The young
couple departed immediately for New
York, where they will enjoy - their,
honcy-uioon. 3fiy thev meet uoujrht
th:ttvlll mar the love that two such i
souls will generate, and may all that
God can give be theirs.
WHO CAN BEAT THIS?
Ciiapkl Hili X. C,
.Nov. 14th, 18
il,,;.. of.. . a . '
on . vf ou
publish the best pair iu thef county, I
rhiuk you i are entitled to ihe largest
I ot;i to. 1 he one I send you weighs 10!
pounds, aoi! has been out of the giound
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r ua s- ii am coiiuuciii, u, won ui nave
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mcikucu iMimiii.niii-iiuu. vuiiau-
J E. K. Williamson.
Thanks, Doctor, for the compliment
and the potato. W'e must say the po
tato is the finest we ever aav, and the
farmer who raised it,must understand
tlie business. We are trying to make
New A ivertisements. See the no-
tice of W. T. Black well & Co.
J. C. S. Lumsden, one of the most re-
liable business men in Raleigh, favors
the Lkdgek with an advertisement In
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the ieioer a good paper, and we a$k alas, death lays its -cold icy hahds Cw.rreeted by- the .Official' Reporter, lor
all the people of Orange to help us In on you; and you.awake in heH What i Grocers .& Cotton Exchange,
our undertaking. Kind words help an would be your plea then? Ch drunk- Lf, Vxw 4
editor and go a long ways towards the ard, have you ever thought of your -"aleigh, -A-,Aov. 14, is.
success ot an enterprise, ' j crime? Have you any idea of what COTTON; TIES, new ; )l-2
. All orders will ' be filled jit Cast the drunkard's cup fromuybu BULK MEAT, clear rib sides,
est notice. . ' i while you can. Death may come '' 'shoulders.
Trice says he -will fit and upon you1 when you least expect It NORTil ARQLl.KA-Pork,
George Irice say
make shoes to suit the people, at prices
to suit the times, . Read his notice. ;
Mr. Boon announces in tho local col
umns that he has made arrangements to
shpply ourlmaiket with fresh fish. Pat
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Dental,- I nose who are sunering-
wiih bad teeth would do well to consult
Dr. rJ.'D. Davis,1 Durham, N. C, a he
stands high ; in; hU profession, and his
charges are moderate. Free Lance. .
We clip the above from the Oxford
Free Lnnce. The Doctor has leen In
Chai)el Hill for a week or so, and we
are glad-tosay 'he i" building i:p'a
splendid reputation here. All who need
work! In his line tvoqld. do jWell to call
on him. When in Chapel Hill he can
e found at the residence , of, Mr. Allan
Grist. ' '
Personals. J. W'. Carr and wife
are in attendance on the Cnmberland
Fair at -Fayette villeJ . . . ' 1 ,
Johnson Mallett arrived to attend the
marrnge of his ister. . ;
Mr. Jas. Phillips is on a visit ,to his
parents. , j ...A, M . - - i
Rev. A; C. Dixon, who has been at
tending the Baptist State Convention ik
Charlotte, has returned to his post. He
will occupy his pulpit in the Baptist
Church, on Sundaj' next.
. New Goons. Mefsrs. Long & Nor
wood, a firm well known to the people
Hill for fair dealing, &c, are
a fine stock .of dry goods.
groceries, etc. They have m their em
ploy Mr. ,C. E.: King, a clever and ac
commodating young gentleman, who
takes great pleasure in showing goods
lo customers. Look out for their ad-
A Bai Sign. It is a bad sign to see
a person at prayers in church, ieeping
through, his or her-fingers to see. if
somebody else whom they dislike is be-
bavin". It is a sign or nine wit
We hope nobody is guilty.
; CoxKEKEXCE. Tlie Annual Confer-
.i l.! .u., "viii-fti inn'tiied
ence oi me i.uriiin.uiv.M .--
yesterday at Damascus Church, ;six
miles soath-wK of this place. We ex
f i J.i:nM Mir
pect a report 0i me procccwii.s
next issue. . '
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Kerosene Oil Weaver sells
none but p tiro oil at 20 cents per
iTn. One oil one pnee
Warranted to stand fire tf?t ot iiu eg.
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Wood. Now.. that .our, farmers are
bttstvsowing wheat, wootl has become
very scarce. Those of bur subscribers
whylive promised to pay us in wood,
will frlease bring ft fn.
I M tout A NT -Some t large clothin
house will find it to their advantage to
correspond with the Ledger. "
: Sjvrrti.Tooi This elonucnt di
vine will occupy the Methodist pulpit
pn Sunday morning next. - -.
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A tfj-V - .
OF, CIIAl'iX HltLJ'lnlliirijrheVssHfJ
proht anything - by leaving, undthj say can be arlserejltt jtWoi d or two
ili.it which they ought to attend to 1 he9hJfufl.9hpUt ft ?elehcejpierce
Then wHy do they riot catch lheseilVeaUci: HflH ttl- 4oneV
low-down whisky dealers who'-' fare-'
the youth and he i was so drunk he
didn't know me. This boy was of a
good family- the son of good, moral,
churoh-gotug parents, but I; fear hq
is fooling them. If these persons
are not stopped, I fear many parents
will be compelled to bury their sons.
in. di'miLnrrlA1 nraves Aliiti' n4
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""""J nppcai iu you to put a stop
to this violation ot the law. .City
r athers, it is your duty to see1 Id
thes things. Om- villao-o Jq ;,V;h,.
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are: . Now that I have appealed
you, l believe you will do your duty
to put a stop to it. 'Y '
And nnw Iritit-inv 'A-i ArK? T or. 1
to you to turn from your ways., Sup'-
juu t-w ucu mi' ui,, n en
nuu ueany, aim wnne laying awaice
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you plan to-'morrow's i sport, but with
you to-morrow never comes. Alas.
you are doing? -Will you stop for1
a moment and ask yourself these
come to the conclusion that you are.
starving your family to death, and
eternally damnind your own soul .
Sunpose that boy who I mentioned
above, had died wb,?n in the drunken
state in which I saw him ? Where
would he be now ? He was not too
young to die. ' 7 I .'"'
Header noudor these lines, and
may God help you to.. profit by them.
i ours truly,. w; 1
(For the Ledger.
Chapel Hill, N. C, Nov. 13. "
DectK Tstdgex i I saw a .comrriuni-
cation some time since in a Jtaieigh
paper, say nig thai arrangements had
been made whereby jxood board
could be obtained in Chapel Hill for
the sum of $7 er month. . Now,
Messrs. Editors, I don't wish to en
gage "in any controversy or to say
anything in this letter but what is
strictly true, but for fear this corres
pondent may have-caused -a- jwrong
impression abroad, I would ;fike to
say a few words. Board in Chapel
Hill is as cheap as anywhere in the
State. You can get the best board
at $12.50 per month. Some good
boarding houses furnish, good board
at $10. The $7 per month board
spoken of; from what I can learn from
those who nave tried aim -continue
to trv iU.is pretty tou'sh fare. I think
they 6ay it is "Baltimore bacon,f all
the time.. Coffee once a day, fcc.( If
I state anything wrong, it is not my
ntention to do so, and I nope to be
corrected by some one better, in
formed. I would not have written
this article, but for i ear that parents
who are sending taeir sons to College
might think it strange that they pay
iora $10 to $12.50 per,: month i for
Ijvai v f. :; - ' " '
rvtox. as to who theiwnter pi tne
communication above spoken of, is.
I understano: he tnea tins muvj
board, and afler taking one or ?two
meals, reported back- to nis i"i.ei
boarding house willing to pay $11
. i a in . fill)
per month. l5oara at siy io
io aa low as the rreople csm furnish it,
and set anything like a respectable
table. I know, Messrs. Editors, that
you take a great interest in the voi-
arrtx nfl WISniO See -10 - l-M voji , fi
at the same time, you wish to see the
boarding boose people navei'
play and be correctly rep reseme .
.Tipi mere Pehsimmons Japan
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feas contributed a new iruiL 10 us
Ponntrv which in California is cailea
4h noraimmon. though very different
wilil nersi m mon " of ; I the
VpRtern and South States. 4 -It
rinn without frost, ahtfd oblational
large size, sometimes weighing : a
net I'm 1. It is rrf a' bright i or
reddish color, its flavor j resembling
that of a plum anda fig combined.
This tree has a dark, glossy foliage;
and when the fruit is ripe looks Deua
tifnl The fruit is a Vereat favorite
in .Taoan. and can be successful It
grown in the greater part 'of this
ir i WI tr -rr "" as a siresn. into a ueeu chasm,
llmg on the streets-of Chkpei-HiU and tsl.inht b it depth
every day ?; If we must have sblrit ahddalkWncwnVme
ous liquors in our townlet M'h surpriise.yu.Viih1 a' Jew 'words that
a fcrst-clasj. bar-room and; be, Mhe go to tfie mark Iik a gun-shot, and
with it.. 3dt we have no' use for any then2they are ilent agaTn, as if they
suchplace m our m.dst. VThen .lef
the Commissioners, watch sqrne;;pfl Counselor
our pretended, ! business p1aces-for' theylprfors
such, characters ,and4 they will, be truth is morr Whl?ihn bi'
surprised. I was on the streets some while pretension itoo gauy to de
nights since and I heard abpy calltb eeive them?- Wonla wTAout point
another and ask him if he cond;get lo them arc. I Ik titles without merit
some whisky. He- replied that5; hd -onfy . 'SetiayinV Ahe" weakness Vbf
could. He gave him 'a bottle nd lbe blind dupes, who are ever used
he went off. An hour alter T saw VA fow-ird AiKp mZ,A';.n". .
1 .SAliL'LOirjiiirir.; -
'6ri8 as Hflemen do
al)u UuSU. 'Tliei few
uHTOP?..ffM? rf imp Aeir
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s.-f COTTO X. ftl A K li ET
JRepoiled officially for the , Board of
Strict Good Ordinary.
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as ,h.rtt Trade, i . ijj - V X '
j Kaleigii, N . f ' .Nov; 14, 1878.
Sti ictXow Middling; ' ' ;'8 1-2 '
Low'Sliddluig, i '-4 ff :! il-4 .:.-.-
1 Middling Stains, .
ling Stains, 5 (71-2
MiddlingStuins, 1 ' 0!d7 7 t-4
Ordinary .Stains, , C71-8
Tone of Market steadyreceipts to-day
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... city makket. wholesale cash
vnH , "fPW-
fj OUR Nortli Caroliici
U a 13
$5.40 a 5 25
CORN, '" -f
UAN' A U ,,"5J,,UH
1 .. IS
U x '. .10
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22 a 271-2
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12 'a 15
LA It D. North Carolina,
4 W estern, i
COFFEE, prime, Kio,.r
' gool, ! "
SALT, Liverpool, fine
LEATHER, red sole.
-.' . tanned,
TALLOW, t f
POTATOES, sweet, por ImsK
OATS, shelled, r T r
eggs; : ,' ; '.f.V
BUTTER.1'' Al !!'J
SPUING CHICKENS, j
RAGS, 'nm.'.:iirMZ f,-zr.
PEAS perbuslL white 90c;tock 80c
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Above prices are for large lots. ;when
"smaller, qiiitntities are ; wanted higher
prices will be charged. 1
Chopcl Hill Mrtrkcts.
1 ; Reportndiby J. AV. Carr. ! .''i
Chapel Hill. N. C Nov. lo.
Hal 2 1-2
Eggs,- f , , 4.
Bacon, (N, C
Oats, l r,!fs-;
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S DUKHAM ware-
Common Bright Lugs,
Good ! . ; x
Common . Bright Wrappers
hone on market.
a pfiint hv waisron continue light,
mostly of inferior and nondescript char
acter which sells low, fine lots of sound
colorv stock-Sold-gn.' iNew ongub
Wrappers (well cured) would;, bnug
gpod .prices ; , but commou grades ot
Vntv vvhnlfl tint. 'tiav. " ' " P ' I
ij ? ' ; E. J. PAKISfr.
DURHAM , PRQDUV
' J f: "" ARKET. I-1: ;l ; . '
Bacon, N. C. (hog round)
" 4v shoulders
" !- 71-2
Bacon i ,ih,
Lime ; ': ' ' . '
Corn, new, : !
Iard country, s H
. y- 30
" II Northern,
Meal,. ; -Flour
Chickeus . 1
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t T: K 1 a rr IT W W T. T
nave Dougjt ofU. the juterest of James
IC. Day in Mh'e' co'-partnership of W. T.
Black well & Co -Froin and atter this
date Mr; Day ceases to. be a partner iu
said nrm, and the business is continued
under the name and style of W. T.
liJaekwell & uo'as heretofore, t -
! . . . W. T, BLACKWELU
V - ' CARR.
; Durham N. O , Oct. 31, 1878.
fi IJ MV S DEN. S
STOVK AN HAKDWAUK HOUSE; '
TIN, SHEET, IKON AND COP-
IIOySE FltRNlSIIING GOODS, &c.
E'Scales, AVeights and Measttres alJ
reaily sealed. j ;- ':
(Tin Rooinga Speclulty. I v
jFayetteville Street, opposite Market
j , ' Square, Raleigh N. C ( -.
V KiOfR G E T R I C E ,
AND SHOE MAJKBU;
lapel Hill, N. C.
Boots and Shoes made to order, and
epairing done neatly and promptly nt
. , II- ' 7
snort notice, uaii on nun.
CK of; Paints,!
Oils, &c., tn the County; at ;
; ; . Barbee's Drug Sto re.
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OIJERSON & HARRIS,
rli it rntiniristn.
Iti Hddition to
our well'selected stock
DRUGS. MEDICINES, &e4
we are adding ii
. Ootmplet Stock
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UNIVEHSIXY, TEXT BOOKS.
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and StildeutsVurhishing goods, sueh a
BLANK BOOKS, j
. COMBS, TOILET SOAPS,
Fine Chewing and tj-moKing iy
, , baccbs and Cigars. .
'I;:VI- !''. . : '; . :
Confectioneries Lamps, Oils, :
Canned Goods, Crackers,; tfce., &c
ESTPreseriptioiis AcquiiAf khr couh
pounded at all hours of the day or
night. . . - ! V..-. ":
CARR , -
OH Ni W
BOOTS and SHOES.
A Full lilac of -
BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED
8 J LADIES TIES,
HAMBURG EDGINGS, &c.
; ' A FULL LINE OF
i:; - TIN WARE,
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Her-oene s Oil Iroa and
fail, Cotton Xoe.
I am still selling the
K E N T U C KY P L O W.
This plow stands unrivaled. It never
chokes ; piills easy, turns an sou ,
fact it suits our farmers better than auy
other plow now in use. .
I am agent this season for the . ? ;
PAfJIFIG: rt APPELL
Thaiiking my many friends for their
past' favor?; ,f would be pleased to
gee them at ;all times,- id will sell all
my; large ; arid varied' stock of goods at
the very-'TTOM price. ;!;
;. VrV:;'V - j ''y J. W. CARR.
C?li enp-Cnnh " l3tOr
Cn A P Rl' 11 IIIjI - K.' c.
Atjh aooM bow gyrjp
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7.00 Shoes for 6.00..
Fresh Goods etmihQ tt fttery. 1
Waffe in anif examine fcf otfrsslf
and if the Goo and P'riett crbiT
uit, ytvtf oeeu not kf.
PUTT Y AND WINDOW
in large : vatftiir at 'fc& Agates, M
KARfjEE'S ti&VG ST0RE.
I that u not a Chemical Cbmound; but a"
product direct froift,nature,i lUloritqry.
It contains notMng lnjuriou awl jrWes
ia beautiful Alwtre to GtJld, BHrf'er ancf
Plated Wt6. It also brigWiw ""d
cleans m and BrKurtW tfare in a
. ..." . i. . . ... . in r
most pausing marti'--keeper:-
Trj' It, houc-
Go to Barbee's Drug Store if you
want MeciicinvH or --rreaci Iptlciu. tfOia-
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