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MYSTfRY IN HOTEL POISONING CASE At First Thought Ice Cream Was Responsible But Some Didn’t Partake. SERIOUS RESULTS AVERTED Serious R e s u lts >fight H i n e Follow e d if Physicians H a d X o t B e e n a t H a n d to H e lp th e 49 Peofde AHfected. On Sunday afternoon 45 boarders an d 9 em p loyes a t the boarding- h o u se of John Brinning, Jr., a t L a k e H u n t­ ington, w e re tak e n violentlj- sick and visiting doctors a t th e lake w e re call­ ed im m e d iately, while Drs. Gain and DePasse, of Jeffersonville, were sent for. M edicinal concoctions were ad ­ m inistered and im m e d iate relief giv­ en the sufferers, which accounts for th e m o st of t^e-m being alive a t the present tim e . __ On^ lady, a Mrs. M ars, is still very ill and suffering from the effects of th e poisoning. I t is said th a t th e poisoning was caused by eating peach ice-cream w h ich was served w ith lunch, but t h a t does not seem to he the case, as th e r e w e re two boarders who. were stricken and who did not eat any of th e ice-cream . M onday m o rning all th e people who w-ere poisoned were able to be o u t again, -with one exception. ^ Mr. B rinning’s house is one of the m o s t popular places at the lake and It is unfo r tu n a te th a t such a thing Should occur, especially at this time w h e n the season is ju s t com m encing, alth o u g h Mr. B rinning will not suffer fro m lack of patronage on th a t ac- • c o u n t as it is one of those things Which are. likely to happen anj'w h e re an d are unavoidable.— C allicoon Dem ­ ocrat. OBirtlARY. F.URLEY PRAISES ERIE. j N. M ascond. E.vprcsses A p p reciation of Courtesy , ---------- an d Politeness of Em p loyes. I Mr. N. M ascoud died suddenly of ---------- h e a r t failure a t his hom e in Milfordl The E rie M agazine says The fol- a t seven o'clock on W e d n esday even-1 lowing letter from His Em inence, I ing. He was aged about 60 years. I C ardinal Farley, w ritten from his res- I Deceased was a native of Syria, and) idence. No. 452 M adison Avenue, New ^ for several years has occupied a sum - York City, and addressed to P resi- I m e r cottage in M ilford. H e is su r- ^ent U n d erwood of the E rie R a ilroad I v ived by his wdfe, several sons andl Company, is printed as an inspiration daughters. to all E rie R a ilroad employes. I The body was taken on an E r ie jt jg greatly appreciated, as comin.g train Thursday afternoon to his home,, from so good and popular a m an as I 212 Clinton street, Brooklyn, N. 1.., card in a l Parley, and the praise it I for funeral service and interm e n t. bestows belongs to a class of em ploy- ^ es, proverbial for th e ir politeness and M rs. M ary M. G ray. courtesy a t all tim e s to the patrons of the E rie R a ilroad : Mrs. M ary M cHugh Gray, wife of June 13th 1912. Patrick Gray, form e rly of G rand Mr. F. D. Underwood, View avenue, died a t h e r hom e, No. P resident E rie R ailroad, 34 O rchard street a t 12 o’cleok eoen. u t d e r w e e u . - I wish Thursday, Ju lj 11th, of h e a r t disease, I express to you m y deep apprecia- afte r a long illness. She was aged 62. fjon of all the courtesies extended to vears. me and my p a r ty on the occasion of ■ D e ceased was horh C o a a ly o - N 'o . h S ram . Ireland, and was the d a u s h ter. „„done to m ake th a t journey a m o st com fortable and m em o rable one in every way. F rom the polite and gentlem a n ly treatm e n t on the p a r t of M r. and M rs. Edw a rd McHugh. She cam e to th e U n ited States in early life, and, fo r 40 years, had lived ii P o r t Jervis, w h e re she was marriec 25 years ago to Mr. Patrick Gray. 1 dining car attendants^ Mrs. Gray I down to the iicient a m e m b e r of St. M ary’s th e re was th e g reatest kindness and ‘ consideration. I would make special m e n tion of th e conductor, Mr. Thos. F. Ryan. Church. ( The surviving relatives are h e r husband, and one daughter, Nellie, at hom e; one brother, H u g h M cHugh, and three sisters. M rs. Lizzie Lee, M rs. K a tie Coyne, and Mrs. Bessie Stahl, all of New Y o rk City. .Mi*s. R o s e F a r r a lly Gillson. j Mrs. Rose F a r r a lly Gillson died at ' h e r hom e a t Pond Eddy on Saturday ' evening at 8.30 o’clock. I The deceased was born in County M eath, Ireland, and was th e daugh­ te r of Mr. and Mrs. Jam e s Farrally. Inf 1856, she cam e to this country and has since resided a t P o n d Eddj'VShe was an excellent wom an an d was highly esteem ed by a host of friends. I About 54 j'ears ago she was united in m a rriage to John Gillson who su r ­ vives her. She is f u r th e r survived by the follow ing-nam e d children: Mrs. T h a n k ing you m o st cordially in mj own nam e and in th a t of the other gentlem e n who accom p anied me, and wishing you every success and bless­ ing, I am. Very faithfully yours, (Signed) JO H N CARD. FARLEY, A rchbishon of New York. M u st EUnyinate K ingston Crossing. The P u b lic Service Commission, Second D istrict, has ordered the elim ­ ination of the W a s h ington Avenue crossing of th e U lster and D e la w are R a ilroad and the New York, O n tario & W e stern R ailw ay in the city of Kingston. Trainman Loses Left Leg. E rie Trainm a n Loren H. K e ller, of 143 E a s t Main street, this city, was M O N n C E L L O 3IA X C O M P L A IN S . F r a n k H. Osborn A p p eals to P u b lic Service Commis.sion in Pow e r M a tter. Alleged.-‘discrim ination in the fu r ­ n ish in g of electric service by the Murray* E lectric L ight and Pow er Com p a n y in Monticello, is com p laned o f to the Public Service Commission, Second D istrict, by* F ran k H. Osborne. H e claim s th a t his I’epeated applica­ tions to th e company* fo r cu r ren t for h is garage to operate bis vulcanizing p lan t and other m a c h inery have not been acted upon, while for som e tim e p a s t th e com p a n y has supplied serv­ ice to two other garages in M o n tieel- lo. L a s t year it is stated the com p any w ired com p lainant’s garage, b u t has since th a t tim e refsued to supply him ' w ith energy, notw ithstanding his Wil­ lingness to bear p a r t of th e cost of connecting w ith the com p a n y 's power ^ This complaint has been served up- on the company and an answer will be filed w ithin 20 days. ----- ^ ^ -------- W ill C lear a F a rm . A tract of land consisting of 300 acres of w'oodland situated on the Greeny*ille road and owned by Mr. Jam e s M ullen, of R e s e rvoir avenue, has been sold through the agency of ._Mr S. D. York to Mr, A u g u stus Al­ brecht, of New York City, who will endeavor to clear the land, build a reside,nce and engage in farm ing and tru c k raising. ney, of p o r t jerv*is; tviiss Struciv, iknucKea aow n an a nis iert ieg M ary A. Gillson and Mrs, F ran k crushed by a locom o tive at M aybrook Scott, of N e w a rk; Mrs. Thom as Grif- j on F rid a y m o rning. H e was taken to fin, Jam e s Gillson and Rose Gillson, a hospital in P o u g h k e e p s ie where his of Pond Eddy. I am p u tated. The body Was brought to this city for interm e n t in St Mary’s Cemetery. Hon. Charle.s P . Cantine. County Judge Charles F reem a n C antine. of U ster county, died a t his hom e in Kingston on Sunday afte r ­ noon of pneum o n ia following typhoid and appendicitis. He was bora on N o v e m ber 4, 1858, a t S a u g e r ties, Ui- ster county. Judge Cantine served nine years as district attorney, was elected county judge in 1904, and re-elected in 1910. In 1892 and 1893 he w a s a m em b er of the R epublican State Comm ittee. He worked actively in philanthropic en­ terprises. He was trustee of th e New York State H istorical Association.and a member of the University Club and Manhattan Cluh of Sfew Vork, and of various patriotic societies. AUTO ^TECTIM DUES, JIrs. B a k e r DevetopedE Typliioitl Fe»vr WTiile Kecoverijng fro m Iwaturiesu / Direct Service Between Here and NewburgU Possible Improvement. N e w b u rgh, July 12. — Im p rove­ m e n ts are going on a t the E rie sta­ tion. T h e old platform is torn up and a new one Is to be constructed of con c r e te. ^lome daj* th e E rie w ill build a fine d4?pot a t N e w b u rgh w h e re th e traffic is c o n s t a n t ly In c r e a sing and becom ing m o re im p o rtant. Am o n g the potiisible itreprovements fo r travel th e re is u n d e r co n t e m p la ­ tion a plan to ru n trains from New- S’aipgh direct to (Sisshen, M iddletown and P o r t Jervis w ithout c h a n g in g cars. This cuts out the present nuis- anee-, Umbrella I>rcn(Uy Killetl. H o ja^lr, N. Y., July 24.— T h e life­ less body' of William Morgan, an um­ brella jesiisnaer, 35 years oW, of C leve­ land, 0., was found lying beside the E rie trac k s in the w e s t end yard s shortly before 3 o’clock this m o rning by membeirs of the switerring crew . H is skull w a s crushed, his neck b rok­ en and h is rig h t arm an d ’ his- elasst m angled. E r i e T rain in a Sma.slw. ^ ?Iotoi-cyclist Injured. ' 'D e V itt Davis, of M iddletown, had a narr>>\v escape from serious injury S a turday afternoon while he was ri­ dding his m o torcycle near P o r t Jervis. In rounding a tu r n in the road the wheel struck a stone and swerved him off the road into a fence. Mr. Davis escaped w ith scratches on his face ^ n d a few bruises. H e was taken to :MMdletown by R a lph Towner, who w a s Xiear w h e n the accident hap- . -yened. -Sussex A u to Club to B e tter Roads. ; K e w ton, Ju ly 1.5.— Since the Sussex b o u n t y B o ard of F reeholders has ’failed to tak e any action fo r th e b e t­ term e n t of roads, the Sussex County A u tom o b ile Club has taken the m a t­ te r up and intends to conduct a cam ­ paign. T h e re are m iles of d irt roads tn the county, running th rough some of th e m o s t beautiful country in the M issing Girl Found. M ary H u n ter, the 12-year-old d a u g h ter of th e late Sam u el H u n ter, who disappeared from h e r hom e on Sundav, was found M onday afte r ­ noon w ith friends in G a rdnertow n , w h e re she had gone instead of to h e r au n t ’s.— Newburgh, N. Y., July 17- Goshen, Ju ly IS,—The- deufth e f Mrs. Sarah E . B a k e r occurred- ait the- Goshen Em ergency, H o spital, JSConday ■ evening at 8.30 o’clo-£'k. Mr. and! Mrs--l B a k e r w e re in ju red when, the* c a r - • ---------- they occupied w e n t down a banit. tnijj M id d letow n.N . Y .,Ju ly 15— ErR- fro n t of tb e ten a n t bouse- off -express t r a i o com ing down ths,'mio.u!n;- Sarah T. M atthew s on the- F lorida | iJaiin near here this afternoon, bourreT, S tate road, Ju n e 2:0 l iSCiiSi. B a l t ^ ' was-ji i p r New Yos-fc, crashed into ts eon- m o re seriously injured th a n h e r bus-ij m ixing m a c h ine whiclii w a s band. She ha-d n e a rly recovered firomij s tanding on the track a t a crc<using, the injuries-- s h e receiv-fed in th is axici- •b'ETj.g m a c h ine was wrecked aiiitS tire- dent w h e n typhoid fever.\ startect!,. and'-’ .engine of th e express was so badly th i s caused h e r death* l.-damaged t h a t an o th e r engine th e She was a native- f/P New Tibnk 1 Fork. City. H e r age was sixty-four years, S, ------- .f ------ fo u r months-anid’ seveni dhys. She-was'.*. E r i e to> M a n u facture Ice,-. a daughter o f J o h n B.. a n d Mariisu A’l s - ______ dorf Orwin. Beside h e r hus-band,Juify 15.— T h a t th e E rie Jam e s H. B aker; she iis-- survived! b y .■allToa!di 0 is about to erect a big* iee- 'm a n u faetu rin g p lan t in HornoiS w a s tshe statein e n t m a d e Saturday. T h e plhtiit wiir be built on the 30-acre site rec-OTijly purchased by the cofirpany ju s t east o f t h e citj* line. The* b u ild­ ing will be 3SS by 70 feet, and’ Is one of ahe- fmspro'vements now being: m ade By Che E rie in HEornell w h ich c-alls for an o u tlay o f over $200,000. M o re E r i e Stockadcii. A fo-ice- c»f E rie carp e n ters began w o rk kist F rid a y on the- eonstruc- tiPn oi' a high-board fen c e along the north sTde of the railroad' tracks be- gininin.g a t the re a r of tibe H o tel Col- u-mb-Sa. several children. Mr. B a k e r has recovered frorm th e injuries he received ladlen' the- oar.* w e n t dow n the- bank.. F i’actu red H ’m L e ft F o rearm . E d w a rd L e n a h a n fell down the stairs of his b ro th e r’s residence on H a m m o n d street on M onday n i ^ t an d fractu red his left forearm . He was treated by D r. ^H. B. Sw a rt w o u t Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczem a, salt rheum , tetter, itch, hives herpes, scabies— D o a n ’s O intm ent. At any; drug store. Aeroplane Flights at Csaango-Coe. Fain, It was decided a t a m eeting; o f the- directors of the O range Coun.ty ,Agrv- cu ltu ral Boefety in M lddletewn ’?3- m a k e a contract w ith th f, Curti:ss people for flights at Til a. m .. 2’ andi 4' p. m.„ duPTUg the- faic; I t was- stiixUr- lated in the- contracf: t h a t t ’te- aviaC.or hang around the sky in the vicinity o f the fa ir groundis a-rxi' n o t be- griUi-- vanting over Dodsc'-ntown an d Me- chanicstow n . Drowns in Sight o f H is ChihSisen. Hciiverstraw, JfwUv 17.— O s c a r S’pec-k, a well-know n druggist and prom inent citizen of this place, was drow n ed while b a th in g Monda^y afternoo-n a t 5 o’clock a t E m p ire P a rk , opposite Tom k ins’ Cove, in sight of his two sm all children. You will find, w h en you scratch a revolutionist, th a t he is a revenution- ist. ____ Heavy, im p u re blood m a k e s a m r d - dy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood ' m akes you weak, pale, sickly. B u r- ' d o ck Blood B itters m a k e s the blood rich, red, pure — restores perfect health. _ ____ . — - W in E n ter Priestlioxul. C h arles T. Killian, son of Mr. and M rs. Edw a rd Killlaifa, of Youngsville, Sullivan Co., leaves hom e this week fo r P a terson, w h e re he will enter up­ on his h ig h e r studies for the p riest­ hood in the Franciscan O rder. F o r the past four years, he has been suc­ cessfully pursuing his classical course at St. Jo s e p h ’s Seraphic College, Cal­ licoon, from which institution he was graduated on June 25. Begin Survey F o r Hancot-k Boad. A party of state Engineers bega.n surveying fo r th e state road between P o r t Jerv 's and H a n cock M onday m o rning, b ‘ginning a t W e st Main street on th e city line. 1 8 THE OLD RELIABLE NPW YfiRK <unnn 1 9 7 4 lUn lUnn ulunt! The St ire ol Broad Ideas, The ProgressiYe St-re, “The Op-to-Date Store” 1 2 This is the store that keeps open all day Frida>s-rto accommodate its many Iriends and patrons. We also believe in vacations lor our Salespeople, and to that end each day in the week we will allow two or more of onr salespeople the after­ noon for recreation and pleasure. We believe our plan is the most safisfactory one, because you do not have to be rushed on a Friday morning tor jnsf lour hours. You have all day to shop in. It works admirably and seems to fdease all our many friends. In onr store you can buy at any time during the day. No, r u s h , n o b u y i n g g o o d s i n a h u r r y a n d th e n to r e g r e t it. J u s t t a k e y o u r t i m e . B u y w h e n y o u w a n t to . B a y a l l y o u lik e . Our 2nd Friday Sale, Inly 1912, witt be held this Friday. We promise to give yon even better values than last Friday. In order to insure ail being waited on promptly, we shall have extra help to serve you. _____________ ________________ Store Calendar: Open 7.30 a. m.; Close 6 p. m. In O u r A n n e x We have many good tilings that on tlds Friday will' be soldi very eheapi. We mention just a few; O u r 50e Seersucker P e tticoats a t .................................................................. O u r 69 Seersucker P e tticoats a t ......................................... .. .........................5*G' Ju s t a few Middy W a ists—th a t were $1.00—a t . . . — .................. - . 69c 1 Lot of Ladies’ M uslin N ight Gowns — we get $1.00 for will be sold a t ......................................... .. ....... .. ...................... . . . . . . . . 69o TW O SPECIALS IN CHILD KEN’S GUIblPES: 5.0c ones f o r , , ................ 39e.. 75c ones f o r ................ .. .. 69*tv . , ,. .. . .................... A ll D a y ! 7.30 a . m . t o O .p .m Our $1.00 Kabo Cor^xts, ............ tor 69 O nts. Can t save 31c easiv r. A Few Specials in Our Notion Department NOTIONS AT OUR CUT PRICES OUGHT TO A P P E A L TO YOU. 1 Lot Of good assorted Linen Laces— a ll w idths— will be sold a t ........................................................................................... a yard 1 Lot of H a m b u rgh—all w idths-------a t ............................... ......... 5c a yard 1 Lot of Boys’ Skeleton W a ists—sm all ones— 10c goods— a t . . 5c eaeli 1 Lot of 15c Tooth Brushes a t ................ ......................... ............... . 9e-each 1 Lot Ladies’ 15c H a n d k e rchiefs w ith co-lored borders (new goods) a t .. .................................. - ........................ .. 10c each Our 19c W riting P a p e r on sale a t ................ .. ............... .. I . 13e a box Ladies’ 25c W a sh Belts a t ................................................................- 13c each A great big assortment of 25c Ribbons a t ................................ 17c yard A small lot of 25e LISLE GLOVES a t .................................................... 1 7 c a pair Any of our Ladies’ 25c Embroidered H a n d k e rchiefs a t ......... 17c e a c h ^ UNDERWEAR. 1 Lot Ladles’ Tests— sizes o, 6 and 7— 1 2 %c ones .......................9t A Lot of Gents’ B a lbriggan Shirts and D raw e rs a t ........................... . 23c 1 Lot Boys’ B a lbriggan Shirts and D raw e rs— o u r regular 25c goods ............................................................................................................. 15c Here is w h e r e our men friends ^ a v e Itc. OUR $1.00 EiVlPlRE SHIRTS AT 79c. The Empire Shirt is the be%t $1*00 shirt in America. It is cheap at $1.00. W c h a v e a splendid line. JUST FOR FRIDAY SEVENTY-NINE CENTS EACH ! In Our Dress Goods Dept. W c throw out a few leaders fo r F riday th a t are w o rth considering: R E A D T H E S E CA REFULLY. An assortm e n t of Striped and Checked Dress Goods—new goods— . the latest— w h ite ground, black stripe—^also black and w h ite checks— 25e is cheap for t h e m ........................................................ F riday, 19c a yard 1 piece yard wide Black Silk M essaline— cheap a t 98c— on sale F riday at ...................................................... .. ................................... 79c Onr Cretonnes— always a shilling a y a r d . . All D a y .Friday 8}^e a yai’d ' 1 Lot assorted C u rtain Swisses—goods t h a t sold for 15c to 25c all a t .................... .. ........................................................................1214 c yard Just as an Inducement to Our. Lady Friends we will sell all day any of our Ladies’ 25c Vests or Pants at 1 9 c . Save 6c here. EXTRA SPECIAL! 15 pairs only of $2.00 Woolnap Blankecs, Red or Pink Borders. Fri'day only $1.65 a pair. Two Extra Specials in Hack T o w e ls. I — l.SxSG— 20 dozen— 1214c g o o d s .....................................................8c each 1— 19x41— 60 dozen— 15c goods ......................................................... 9e each These are especiall.v cheap. W e would advise all our patrons to see them . B a r g a i n s in B a t h T o w e l s ! 20 dozen 17x34 10c goods at .......................... 8c each 30 dozen 18x36, 18x38. 15c goods at..........11c each 15 dozen 23x44. 25c goods at........................19c each In Our Annex. 1 W hite Serge D r e ss— size- 36 . . . - ----------- ----------------------- $ 8.98 for 6.98 1 Black and White Strjpe Suit—size- 3'6- ......... $12.98 for $10.98. 1 W hite Serge Suit— size 16 ........................ $15.00 fo r $.f0v98 1 Black and White Stripe Suit—size 3 6 ....................... $19.98 for $12.98 3 B lack T a ffeta Coats— sizes 34, 36;, 40- ............... $15.00 fo r $10.9» One lot of SUMMER DRESSES' in Lawn, Linen, Co-rdu- roy a n d Lingerie-, a t $'3'.9-8, $4.,98 and' $ 8 .4 9 '-........AH L REDUCED-- About 2 Dozen Ladies’ Geisha Waists These Waists were $1.39. $1.49, $1.98 and $2 25. We out them all in at 98 cents. Ninety-eight cents is exceedingly cheap , for them. Any of the above goods m ay be- bought any tim e during th e day. Take your time- and buy a t your owm coreveMenee. ALL DAY F R ID A Y ! M ennen’s Talcum Powder, Regular 25c kind. T w e lve Cents a C a n ! Just One C^n to Each Custt)mer. Do you realize that w© have the largest display of ROYAL SOCIETY ELOSS aoid tlxe articles to be emUroiderea -that is carried in Orange county 2 W E WANT YOU TO S E E OUR DISPLA-y. Hosiery and Underwear. ■We h o n estly feel in tliis departm e n t we lead all o u r com p e titors. W e have always h a d th e reputation of ca r r jin g th e best line of H o s­ iery and U^ndevwear in P o r t Jervis. W e are alw a y s glad to show you our line. Ask t o see o u r Silk Hose. W e carry a line from ...................................................................................... 39c. to $1.50 a p a ir FRIDAY’S SPECIALS. Our Gents’ 15e Colored Socks at . ................................................... 9e a p a ir A few In f a n ts’ Hose (Lisle) Lace or ribbed— in colors— / 2 5c o n e s .......................................................................................... lo c a p a ir A few M isses’ 25e W h ite Ribbed Hose a t .................................. 15c a p a ir A lot of Misses’ a n d C h ildren’s Black Ribbed Hose— 25c g o o d s ........................................................................................ 15e a p a ir Our Ladies’ 89c Black Silk H o s e .........................................3 P a ir s for 50e A few- Ladies’ 50c Drop Stitch Hose—form e rly 50c— a t ......... ■ .......... 25c Our Domestic Sales. are usually m o n ey savers to you. F o r this week we offer the following: All our 7c Light Calicoes ................................................................. 5c a yard Our 6c Challies at .................................................................. .. .. 4c a yard Our 7c Apron G in g h a m s ........................................... .. ........................ 5c a yard A lot of Brown C rash— lOe kind— a t ................. ‘ ................... 7i4c a yard About 20 pieces of our 1 2 Y 2 C Gingham — m o stly plaids— best goods—a t ............................................................................... 9e a yard 1 Lot of W h ite Goods, checks and plaids— 1 2 %c grade— a t . . 9c a yard 1 Lot of K ekko Silks (all colors) also some fancies— 19c goods ............................................................... .. ........................ 121,4 c a yard ' A b o u t 20 p a r t pieces of Scotch Gingham —-worth 19c* u yard— on sale a t ................................................. .................. 1214 c a yard One lot of 25c VOILLE TISSUES— a n elegant 25c goods— nice assortm e n t of colors— J u s t F o r F r i d a y .................. 17c a yal’d 3 pieces Bleached Table Linen bought to sell a t 59c— elegant patterns— F r i d a y ........................................................ 47c a yard REMNANTS! REMNANTS! That word always attracts the ladies. We have gathered togeth*r a lot (if Remnants of ail kinds of goods and have placed them in the back part of the store. They are marked as we always mark rem nants, CHB.AP, very cheap. Look them over. R. JORDAN & CO. Sheets and P illow Cases at Cut Prices. 1 Lot of Pillow Cases— 10c o n e s .........................................................8e each 1 Lot of Pillow Cases— 15c o n e s ......................................................... 9c each 20 dozen 72x90 Seam ed Sheets a t ......................................... ........... 35o each 1 Lot 72x90 Seamed Sheets a t ...........................................................38c each Our Sale Sheet 81x90 very cheap a t ......................................... .. .. . 57c each ANY OF TH E ABOV^E A R E AT CUT PRICES. 3 p ieces of Unbleaolied Sheeting— 2 $4 yards wide— 24c grade a t ..................................................................................................... 20c a yard CASINO BLOCK

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