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MARIOIT, O, PBLDAY, -AuTPR,TL, 6 1994
JUDGE LYNCH IN MITCHELL COUNTY
IIol. EiiglUli Itlobbcd for .Tim.
l-riu His Wife Taken from
Juil Siiuduy .Ioruiiigby a.TIob
of Two Hundred.
On Sunday evening, the 25th March.
II, .1 Vnfrliull fl n -ll-l.-
L. Kaylor was in Old Fort I . " , , ' . ' . ?
1 character of Mitchell county, eommit-
Iteui of More or ! Import,
ante Pointedly Printed
Tor Itecord Header.
Monday wa CoinmNioners' day
Mrs. McXauguton rumaliu serious
til IK Week.
Lojran Xlehola nai li. Old Fort
Sum W. Blalock, of Ledger, was
hire thi Week.
j. J. tirant sold tlirte ticketa to Cali
luihit tui week.
Mr. J. W. Bowman, of Eakerville,
was here this week.
Remember that next Tuesday is
how duy in Marion.
Mc all A Conley at the front
because they advertise.
Mr. S. A. McMurry, of Richmond,
Kj., a ' town lust week.
J. L. Spaiuhour.editor and lawyer,
of Boone, was in town this week.
sheriff ii H.Oardiu and Dr K.J.
liurin were in Old Fort last week.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Ren net t went
to Abevill on a isit Wednesday.
Mr-r3. J. CJ. Xeal and J. R. New
ton, went to Thermal City this week
Mi-s I..inrs Carpenter, of Lincoln-
t..n, wits visiting in Marlon this week.
-.uuuel Archer who was editor of
Revolution, was In Asheville this
Msr-t. W. II. Malone and R. S.
i.f Asheille. were oer this
The early bird eatche t he worm ,
hut the early gardener caught the frost
--Meiers. W. A. and William Me
r .ill, of North Covu, Were in town this
m c-k on hiibiness.
--Mr. R. 1. I.oelae was visiting
.riouds ami relatives in Rutherford
i wiiiit y this week.
(jrant, the rnd estate man, ha ren'ed
llirt-r liudifS tliis wek to parliej who will
un Lere tor (lie cummer.
-- Col. Child--, a prominent railroad
and bank ollhlal, of Columbia, S. C,
vva at the Kale this week.
--When you come to tl show re
member to ' bring along that little
rhauge yo owe the Rix'oun.
Mr. Thomas Miuire and Miss
l.lllle Rich were married in Morganton
Iat w.ek. They returned monday.
-Tlie l.uiii s will tlnd HUulon's an
..I.... .... L ,.( I.MU' il.rill:1 L'ljll'l. I'K l
tfui.'h m d ladic' jbooi urc eto-iMi Iv
i t rm ii .
-Attorneys Morphew and Eaves
went toOIdVort Monday to appear in
:i u it between Mcir. Muhlcnburg
Miss Carrie Bryan who has been
v. siting her sister. Mrs. Dr. Morphew,
for the past few months returned to her
home in Dooue, Monday.
I'rof. Wins: Mid wife, of I'.oston,
were registered at the Kagle Wednes
day. They went to Ledger, where they
I ave a beautiful summer home.
Fire broke out on the north side
wf Mt Ida yesterday morning and has
turned over and damaged all the wood
land in that section including Ida l'ark.
Ir. W. II. Wakefield, of Winston,
X. C.. will be in Marion at the Flem
u.ing House on Thursday, May Mth.
l'ractiee limited to Ky Far, Xose and
The young ladies of the M. E
Church are getting up un entertain
ment known as the "Fast I.oaf," which
will be plajed in t lie court house about
(be middle of April.
The Marion Methodist congrega
tion are setting enterprising; they
h ive secured the service of an expert
. oriietist, Mr. W.W. White, who will
play with the choir in the future.
1. J.Ftly who ton been here for
the past few mouths in business, has
old out to Mess. Dempsey & Klanton,
4f Shelbv. Ktly jfoes to Burke county
A iia.k or HEMP ii ix;it;.
THE U AItOVCH.
Tlie intense Excitement in 8ou!i
- Carolina Over the Darliugtou
Uilliug Has Subsided.
Wli uiliCLrnj reacLed Governor Till
man at Columbia, lal Friday tliat a riot
liid occurred at Dsrlington between Ida
constulea and seme c'tizeos in which four
were killed iwo officers and tiro citizens
and a dozen woutid;d, lie at once o-dered
ted a most dastardly crime that of -e.-nl companies of the tate Militia to
murdering his wife. Mrs. English, ' rlinaton, rhere exciiemcnt rn hi! for
nee Fllen Carroll, was married to Hoi. thre or four days.
English about a year ago, but they sep
arated a short time after their marri-
Recently English has been visiting
his former wife occasionally, for the
purpose it now appears, of taking her
life, in order that he could marry an
On the evening he accomplished this
terrible deed he called at the house
where she lived, near North Toe River,
a few miles to the north of Bakersville,
and induced Iter . to walk with him.
The couple did not return that even
ing, and neighbors instituted a search
for them on Tuesday morning.
Upon inquiry being made, some peo-
It fieined that the peace of the whole
Stale was threatened, aul the governor
had troops out at Columbia and oilier
The nhisky diapeniary lav, which gives
the State complew control of (he whUker
biitinesi, and works sgainst the interests of
f whisky uenf n ag the canic of the trou.
ble. The otticera v.ho were killeJ weie
sent to Darlington to inspect tenia rirate
house where it wus reported contraband
wliufcy waa kept and sold. This so incens
ed some cf the people of the town that in
sulting language w3 iodulge-1 in between
the ofli. ers and citizens, nhich resulted in
a I ig roic, ua above stated.
'iovtrnur Tillman made' a speech la9
Y CU D BETTER KEEP POSTED. ! Tlie l.air iie Didn't Sit
. ... . .,h no is Alive, gr.noat the doling himn one night re-
-Head Jle. Can't Talk- , fentIri .MrInptej to fU' down OB , ,ir
Live One Advertise. W.,kh nt that m.m.nt happened to be
, .-nuuje iursaje ttai w,,liou, ,..-. n:,.. :no. .,:mjt-
pie who live near the bank of the river, Tuesday to a large body 'ol citizens at
said they had heard what seemed to
them to be the screams of a woman
after dark the evening before, but it
was late and they had paid little at
tent ion to it.
Acting upon this information a
search was made along thu river, which
resulted in the tin ding of the body of
Mrs. English, in the river.
It is believed from the bruises upon
the body that English had beaten her
to death and then had thrown the body
into the water in order to cover up the
After the news of the murder spread
throughout the neighborhood, English
came upon the scene, and appeared
very indignant. He swore he would
avenge the murder by killing the per
son who committed it, if he could be
In the meantime a neighboring wo
man made a statement to tlie crowd
who were assembled, at the home of
the dead woman to the effect that
English had offered Lcr $10 to poison
Mrs. English. English was promptly
arrested by the crowd and carried to
Bakersviile jail. Other evidence was
found also which satisfied the people
of that community that he was guilty,
and on last Sunday morning, a mob of
about two hundred men went to the
jail in the quiet little village of Bakers
viile, took English out about a mile
from town on the Cranberry road, and
with a skein of hemp, as a substitute
for a rope, hanged him to a "sour apple
t r e "
English was said to be i-lightly taint
e.l with negro Mood, but ii' wife v. a
white. Hi bore ft b.t'J reputation.
Mrs. English leaves one child.
Columbia, in which he defended the di
pensiry law, and said (hat he would n
force the law or' die in the attempt. It
seems that a large uijority of the people
are with him.
Iluring the period of insuri cction the
governor seized the railroiua and telegraph
lines ruuning through the Stxte, in order to
prevent outide sympathizers from coning
into the Slate and aiding the aati-Tillni in
men, in case, the war grew serious or gen
eral, lie slopped the telegraph companies
from stnding messages to newspapers out
of the .State.
Mr. (irosvenor, has oflVred a resolution
in Congress to appoint a committee to in
vestigate Tillman's action in interfering
with i lie railroads and telegraph line?.
where he has erected A steam distillery
The young people had a "surprise
party" at thu residence of Col. Jno.
Yancey on last Friday night. One
young man went no early that they
thought that he had come to take sup
per. The Marion Missionary Society
will meet in the Methodist church on
next Monday evening at s o'clock. A
ery interesting program has been pre
pared and everyone i- cordially united
Mr. Clarence McCsll, one of our
n-.osl popular young men, is studying
dentistry under lr. R.J. Burgin, who
is a thoroughly competent instructor,
being one of the mot killful dentists
in the State.
To Our Patrons.
Our few yionlhs experience in the
newspaper business in Marion forces
us to these conclusions:
I. Tha' the majority of newspaper
readers in this county would
rather have a paper for nothing than
to pay for it. Therefore we intend in
future to put the Rkcokd on a strictly
pay in advance basis. It does not mat
ter how good a man is or what he is
worth at home, that does not help to
pay our bills, and we will never take
another subscription in the future un
less accompanied by cash or its equiv
2. Many people who do legal adver
tising are very polite and clever unt 11
the ad. has been inserted its regular
time, and then the newspaper man can
whistle for his money, and still it some
times fails to come. In the future no
I.UtiAL AD. WILL UK TAKKN from lltiyoIH
unless the cash accompanies the copy
3. When a person dies some friend
who probably owes two years subserip
tion, will write a column obituary
Hereafter "ve w ill charge live cents a
line for all obituaries exceeding twenty
words, cash in advance. Xow you. need
not die thinking you are such a clever
fellow that we will deviate from this
rule. Xo pay, no obituary.
4. e have decided alter repeated
appeals to those who owe us, that some
of them never intend to pay us, and
never did intend to do so. Therefore
you had better try to remember the
good things yon have read in this
paper, for you w ill never read it any
more, unless you pay in advance for it,
or borrow or steal it from your neigh
bors. Xow, get mad if you want to, we
are already mad.
We would also remind some of our
leading leinocratio friends of the fact
that this isa campaign year, and that
they are doing absolutely nothing for
the party towards organization. Many
of you promised to assist the editor of
this paper in his efforts to build it up,
and some who volunteered this prom
ise have not been worth one cent to us
in the way of patronage.
ISeclitler (old Coins.
Many of the oldest citizens of
Rutherford county well remember
the I'echtler gold coins which were
stumped in $5, $2.r0 and sfl coins
and widely circulated as good
money all over the South.
Martin Harris, a very intelligent,
citizen of Rutherford, now 73
years old, ppent six years working
in the mint in which the iJechtler
coins were made, and aided in
coining the gold.
The man who built up the estab
lishmnt was Christopher Rechtle
a very skilled artist, from Ger
many, who came from Rhode
It-buid to 'Rutherford, i.bout !hei
year Mr. Reehtler hud two
sons, Augustus and Charles, who
worked w ith their father. Mr. Har
ris entered their employ about the
year 1S33 and was with them until
18i9. During this time thousand
of dollars were stamped and circu
lated, the coins being received as
During these years the gold
mines ot Rutherford and McDow-
11 were yielding gold plentifully.
Uechtler bought the gold in small
quantities, fluxed it into bars which
were rolled into i jieets, ana then
cut and stamped.
This enterprise went on success
fully up to about the year 1838,
about which date Christopher
Bechtlor died, his son Charlie hav
ing killed himself previous to his
father s death. Augustus died m
Rutherfordton al out the year 1811
The remains of these three liecht-
lers were buried at the homestead
where they lived and coined the
gold, about 4 miles north of Ruth
erfordton, on the Marion road, the
land having recently been bought
by John Koon, w hich will br im
proved for his home. Shelby Au
cheap, aply at this otlic
Swindell, th? Jeweler, has th.'
latest designs in hair and hat pins.
The Record and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.50.
t Paints, oils, Hillside plows, well
pumps, iron pipe, Piedmont wagons
and buggies at Jones'.
Everything at cost for 30 day- w
want to make room for spring cod
try us, we mean just what we say.
All kinds of Spring and Sumnu-r
dress goods at lowest prices at
.Jleuu s ariety Store.
McCall & Conley, have just received
a fine lot of Pants. Everybody co to
them for a pair spring pants.
Remember that Tom Martin's
Restaurant is the lest place to get
i square meal when you come to
court next week. Buy your grocer
ies from him.
Mrs. J. P. X'orton has lust received
a new stock of eleirant surinir millin
ery, embracing everything in the mil
linery line, ladies nats, bonnets, trim
Everybody that wants their walls
whitewashed this spring, must call on
McCall & Conley, and get the finest
thing on earth, the Plastico. All colors
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd s anety Store.
Farmers, take your Eggs to McCall &
Conley, and get the cash.
For the very best clover seed, go
to McCall S Conley. Only 15 cents
T. A. White, the old and estab.
lished wood workman can alvvavs
be found at his old stand, ready
to do any any all kinds of wot.d
work, ami do it cheap.
George A. Gilkev has a nice line
of Provision Safes, from $3 ui.
Call on George A. Gilkey and
get a baby carriage.
You can get any kinds and sizes
of window shades at George A.
Gilkey's furniture store.
the bsl way he conlo. be turned t hii
congregation who wre brav'y trying o
keep face stiaigh". and snid: -My friend,
there are tceion upon which laughiiis;
is right and pro;er and this is one of them
Laugh j.ist as inuc' as you please." The
congregation took biin at his word. Mor
ganton ilerdd. i
One of the whales captured at C;i e
Ljokout is CO feet long audi ro t
IV1'0 It ex,ee ei t yiidd I f mo . ,.
of boue aud 100 gnl'ous of
Mr. Benjamin Ft Smi'h. who a in ii,e
Bos im bridge wrei V, n-ai Stltrsvi -t in i
ltiOC. has received $2,000 fr..in the ttich.
inon J and l).;ville lailroa I company.
An executive reward efSSOt) has been
offered for tit arrest ofGrortrr H. M'oo.lr
who led the mob which several weeks ago
lynched the murderer, Daniel Slaughter, in
Alleghany connty. Woody was (he ort
person to enter the jiil. He is a married
man and is bcleived lo have gone to Vir
1 he hustling Hustler of Urevrdt together
with the enterprising citizens of TraiuyW
vauia cuuty are determined to hare a
mi! ton u trom Brevard to ilendcrsonville.
On th30i!i ult., the oil d pot at Maxtjo
aud crlaboose were burned (,y iuctndiai ies.
The State Dental Association will meet
in Durham on May lit.
A boat containing three men and a col
ored weniaa was capgizad tu-tir '.Vasl.inton,
N. L , last week, uud the woman wai
Eight ho ises, a lively stable and a hotel
were destroyed by fire at Franklin, Maton
county, on i tie 'i')rd. No insurance. Loss
51 r. (tales Again.
Wachapbkaui e, Va., .Varco, 28, 1 804.
Dear Brother Wait : I lind that in
THE AEOYE HOTEL
HAS BEEN liEMOVKIl TO THE LOCATION WHKKK
The Customers Will Find Them Still on Main Street, in tlie
main part of the lluilding, Selling
GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SHOES,
Hats, Plows and all Kinds of General Merchandise X
CllKAPFAl THAN USUAL!
rCALL WHEN IN TOWN AND BET BARCAIN3 !
MARION, X. C, April 1st, 191.
IVebo City Xewi,
Mr. Editor: Will yon find spice in your
valutble paper for a few dots from lieie.
The cold snap killed a' the liuitandj
making my dates ahead, 1 have crowded and vegetibles in this sect ion.
Lkwis M.iinu x, Presiokxt.
Deserved u Idal.
General Wade Hampton knows
as well how to snub impertinence
as any man in public life. Tin
other day he called on a Senato
who has a private secretary who
is a victim of the impertinent hab
it. As the General after leaving
tho Senator was passing through
tlie room occupied by the private
Secretary that individual stopped
him and said: ''You asked for half
a minute and have stayed in half
an hour ; you ought to get a medal."
Young man, replied General Hamp
ton without a moment's hesitation
you remind me of what Mrs. Part
ington told Ik when h said ho
was going to get a medal." What
was that?'' asked the smart Aleck
with a grin. "Well, Ike, you do
If you want ai yt ling like a
hands'ime necktie Martin Rros.
has the only nice display in town.
If they can't suit you you will
have to visit tlie Northern markets.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters,
Racket r--, Raskels and pictures
cheap at Medd" Variety Store.
Grand Free l'alloon Ascension
uud Parachute Jump at Marion,
Tuesday, April 10th.
If you need anything in tho no
tion line call on Martin Rros.
Go to A. R. Gilkey & Son for
first class syrup "Sugar Drip
at 40c !er gallon; also rally in
different llavors, at 15c. per pound.
Col. Cooper the English Giant,
the tallest man on earth, with Col.
Hall's Show at Marion, Tuesday
For Sale. Two good milk
cows, can on j. o. jlliott.
Col. Hall's Railroad Shows will
exhibit at Marion, Tuesday. April
10th. Re in town early and secure
a good place to see the Street Par
ade and Ralloon Ascension.
Kodak Headache Cure, ten cents
per package, at Morphew's.
All kinds of garden seed at W Mcl).
The largest line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
Rring the children to see Queen,
tlie big elephant, and her Tiny
Baby, with Col. Hall's shows April
myself beyond my strength and I nvit ask
now at ycur ha: ds anrt!ier indn'ijrenc
in regard lj our work in Murlnn. Kir.dl
inuk e my dute with you June 3, in&tead f
May l'itii, i difference of three weeks,
which I am sure will not inconvenience
you in your fine summer climate, but -a ill
b more within my reach than the earlier
datr. Orop me a line nt Greensboro as to
this, and rest assured I will be wi h you
June 3rd, Cod wil ing.
The above letter is self explanatory. We
cheerfully agree to change the date t June
3rd, to suit bis ability to b with us.
The next union choir practice Tor the
above tiucting will 1m held in the Presby
terian cMireh on Tuesday iiifht the lOile
iu.M. Krii g yot r -i.-Bpel iljiai!,'' N'r; 1
to b. "riie . r.maphanl bangs "and 'rcnte-
eiai Ilyusnr,'' witU you Let a l ho wit'
Miss l.ula II 'in ter w s visitin
here Saturday and Smu'ny.
Mis Sina Biyson, of Balsam Mountain,
Jackson county, is spend:ng a few weeks
with her sister, Mrs. T. K. Snipei.
Miss Mafic Snipes was visiting relatives
ia the c'ty last Sunday.
We were a'ad to have Mr. Joe Gibson, of
Morganion, to visit us S'undav-
Mr. Frank Dale and Misses Sina liryson
and Lula limit took a trip to Marion, ou
'ast Sunday, re.urning the same day.
Mr. H. F. Murphy, of Morganton, has z.
ctptcd a position on the railroad here and
has u.ovc.1 to the City. '
Mr. E. It. Mare, onr fcliool trr.c'ier Mill
con i in s Lis fubsuriptirir vihool at Nilo,
with a lair attendance. ''
Bev. (Jibain mvuts all the perm's lo ,
L. P. MeLoci, Cashikk.
as hi: villi:, . c
lH.SK.ATl.lt MATK KlOSITOKY.
CAPITAL $50 000 SURPLUS $25 000.
We have Special facilities for handling the bubiness of Merchants
and others in Western North Carolina. If you have no Bank account
or think of a change, we will 1 glad to have you correspond with
juin Ihe the choir, come, and we drsire all bring their children'to Nibo oa the scond
the singers in the community. t Sunday in June, it fe ing what is known
. Very cordially, as '-The Children Day. '
Wa II. Whitb. I Jakk.
THE ONLY SHOW COMING Til to YEAH!
Menagerie and Mexican Theatre,
"WILL EXHIBIT -A.T
- -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
I take this method of informing you that I have just opened tlw
LARGEST ANO MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARMING
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WAG0K3,
Ever brought to Marion.
COOKIXC and IIBMI IC. NTOVIIS, C.ood and Cfii ap!
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Glass, Paints, Oil:',
faint ItriishiK, AaiU, IIoit? Miim Ar.
at wholesale prices to country merchants. I kenp ou hand a M-pnly
J F THE
. ',. .i... i, i deserve a medal, for vou are the
jjuiu iiiin r iinwri iiju i'i-uni i iiui ou-
ministration do not advertise in, or
subscribe for tin Kf.coki.
It cannot be that because you have
tlie unices you do not care what goes
most meddlesome cues 1 ever taw
Good morninff. Mr. Secretary.''
Wash. cor. Concord Times.
A (Irt-cla-'s jiassfngi-r car caught
fire at th 3 ('-'a UujhU one night last
week and wain a fair way tobecn-
tircly di rt reyed when the night watch
man discovered it. It was badly dam
aged lid it was.
Mr. and Mrs. I'l.tnclers who have
sneiit the winter here at the Kagle
Hotel, returned to their home in New
lluiupslnr tin- week. iney made Yuu can pat a fellow ou t he back tilf stav, provided the blackberries ain't all
many iricuils wiuie Lire who rcsTt't , . . Ih,t . kulc
very mnch to see them have.
with the party, and you certainly know There is a rumor afloat that an-
that a Democratic newspaper is ab?o- other Democratic paper wiil be started
lutcly essential to party success. t jn Marion with the Revolution outfit
There arc thoe who are great party 1 It may be that the Democrats would
men, and blow a great deal about dec- appreciate and support iwo better tnan
tion time-, when it does not cost any- they do one. :-ti!f whether you do your
'thin". "duty or not, tha Kkcori is going to
lie's as gray as a rat, but that decs uot
keep his stomach in order, nor run his Charley McAllister, w ho was acci-
Tb new schedule of the 3 C's , paper, if we had the patronage that 1 tlertly struck in one eye with a small
vrent inu ettect las; fciinlay. A pas- i paper deserves, w would ir.ake t!;e ! pk-ou of ro:ie, a few mciitli- since, has
icie;( r train will be run l.etwveu iSLcl-1 ItycPRU a lir?t-clas local newspaper, j lo.-t the sight of b;th eye;. He had the
by and . atuden. A mixed freight and ' Tellow Democrat and citizen., it is j injured eye ball removed xouiet :um a;o,
passenger train carrying mails, will be j t-r jou to decide what ycu will do, and I but the eperatioa aj performed too
run iHt-.een Ph'.Vifburjr and Marion ! yeii can do nothing if you choose. I late to save the other eye.
Martin llron. have just received
a full and complete line of spring
and summer blurts, m variegateu
''Oh, aren't they they sweet'
exclaimed a young lady, on seeing
the sword pins in bwindell a show-
A light took place on last Sunday
evening 1 mile from town, at the hon e
of Mrs. Jake Creson. Some parties went
into the house and cured and abused
tho family, broke the dishes, and the
chairs Were moving around like tra
in a cyclone-
Let every man in the county read
the article in thin paper entitled
Farm Mares and Trotters." Don't
continue in the eld "ruts." Improve
your horses, cattle, sheep, hogs ai d
poultry, and as you do this you improve
the condition of your neighborhod
Mr. W. B. Wrav. and a party ol
younsr ladies and gentlemen fron
Shelby, wore at the Kagle Hotel Hon
day night en route to Burnsville, w here
Mr. W ray was married to Miss Ji:!ia
Iiav. a chariniiisr and beautiful da ugh
tcr of Mr. (Jarrett Kay, of Burnsville.
The happy wedding party will pass
through this place today on their way
to Shelby, where Mr. Wray is in the
The rpe.-lion, ''IttMolred that nature
i a greater evidence tf the txiVf n e cf a
.-ii-fru.i: 1) -in; it: i u tlie Uiiili-, wi;! be 3:
gi.ed bv Mr. Jutia Mt.r':letr ia t'.ie alLrnia-
tivcani Mr. Jjhn Too! ia tbe n jf.iiire, ai
(lie ruurl bo-.ise in itarion n (tomorrow
:c lT nig'jt Lit cv?rto a'.t
CELEBRATED PIEDMONT wAGONS;
which for price, finish and durability, hav uo vA.
The are warrants for 12 niontlm.
WI. P, Jones.
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COL COOPER, THE GREAT ENGLISH GIANT,
BALLOON ASCENSION ANO PARACHUTE JUMP EACH DAY.
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$10,000 I-n of To-forming LIOXo!
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REPAIRING A 'SPECIALTY..
Prompt Attention Given to Work Received
Estimates Furnislied as to Charges
RETURN POSTAGE PAID ON REPAIRS
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