COUNTY 01 RECTORY, j
Superior Comt -Jiitfge L. Ihilcliinft, 1...\v
enceVillr; dolicltorTieneral C H brand, Law
enceville: convenes 3rd Monday in March ainl
COT NTY OFFICERS.
Ordinary T- F. Hill, Homer; Court mm-is
tirst Monday in eaeli tiimitlt.
Sheriff-. 1. S. Parks, Homer; 1). H. Griflin |
Clerk Lojjan Perkins, Homer.
Tax Heceiver—J. C. Allen, Vorah;
Tax Col'eetor -L.J. Uagada’.o, Carnot;
Treasurer —W. M. Ash, Holder*
Surveyor—U. C Alexander, liomer.
Coroner Stovall Poole. Prnit.
11. \V. Wooding, Maysville.
V. I). I*ockhart, President.
Hoard ofEdiua'ion-A.L. Thompson, Ore h-.
Ducket, NV. T Aiulcrsoii, M. b.Carter.
.11 STK’E COURTS.
An lerann District 405-W. C. J. Garris hi J. V
L. McCiillard Constible. Thursday before see
ou-1 Maturd*y i c.u U month.
Berlin Distric 1210-. L S. Conley .T. I\, !>• *
Scale aN. P., F. M* Sanders ron^lible.
busliville District2oß I- K. Parham J. P• W
A. Watson N. P., D. N. McOalliard Constible.
Court 4lb Saturday in each month.
Columbia District 371- A. J. Cash J. P., S. H ,
Wilkinson N. P., F. B. Blalock constible. Cour j
second Saturday in each m-. Hi.
Davids Disr-nci 207—J. C. AVade .1. P-- M J ,
Burgess N. I\, .T. C. Ingram Constible.
Grove River l>istrict C. W-.*Menders.l. I ■
J. Y Xri’.. 11. M Smith Constable. Cour |
Urlni Friday in each mouth.
(Sol on Hill District 448- W P. Blackburn J. P ;
,J W. Peyton N.P., Julc Owens Constable.
Homsr District 2<s—W. H. Turk J. I’m H. .1 ,
Blackwell N. I*., R. D. Stephens Constable. Cour
Second Wednesday of each month.
Poplar Springs District 912—E. A. Gillcsp
.1.1’., A. .1. Griflin N. P., J. S. Meeks Ccnfitable
Court second Friday in each month.
Washington I) strict 284 - Sain Kcesler J. I
Id. J. Ragsdale N. I*., John Cochran Constable
Court third Saturday in each month.
Wilmots District 1200— M. W. Gillespie J P
G. \\ Wiley N. P. W. B. Shannon, Constable.
Court third Friday in each month.
Phidelta No. 148 F. A. M. Meets first Friday
night of each monthat Homer A. L. Thompson
W M., M. C. Sanders Secretary.
(iICOTMtIA* Banks Countt.— Will be J
M.ld cn the first Tuesday in August next
at the court house door in said county
within the legal liotirs of sale, to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
properly to-wit! One ninth undevided
interest in four hundred acres of land
more or less, and known ns the Joshua
t liven home place, adjoining lands of J.
K. Thompson, J. A. Iticliey, A.J. San
ders and others. Said land is well im
proved and in a high state of cultivation
said land levied upon as the property]
of J. O. Owen to satisfy an execution is
sued from tin Justice court of the 208th
dist. G. M. of said county in favor J. 0
Stephens against J. O. Owen, bevy
made and returned to me by 11. D
Stephens L. C. Notice given to tenant
h possession as required by law. Tin.,
June 30th 1897. J. S. PARKS,
The road Commissioners of Bank;
County are requested to meet at the
Court house in Homer on the 19th Aug
ust next, for the purpose of classify!:!.!
the public roads of the county.
August 7th, T. F. Hill.
GEORGIA ; Hanks County.
To ail whom it may concern; —Ail
persons interested are hereby notified
that if no good cause be shown to the
contrary, an order will be granted by
the undersigned on the first Monday !
in September next, establishing a '
change in the public road known as '
the Homer and Longview road near
the bridge across the Hudson river as
marked out by Ihe road Commission-;
ers appointed for that purpose.
Comm ncitig near the South end of
the bridge across the Hudson river,
thence to the left around the hill South
of the bridge; instead of running
straight up the hill, through the kind;-;
ol A. M. G. Aciey and George \Y.
August 4th 1897. TANARUS, F. llill.
GH< MftSIA;, Banks Count y. Will
Isold before the Court house dor j
in said county on the first Tuesday in
August next, within the legal hours of j
sale the folloing property’ to wit -
tract, of (and in said county known as
the William Hix place bounded on
lie Not th by lands of Estate of I*. M.
Ragsdale deceased, and J. E. Strut ye
on the East by lands of J - K. Strange
on xlie South by lands of W. J. Cro v
on the West by Estate of F.
sdale deceased and containing Two
hundred and seventy six Acres, ni *re
or less. Levied on as the property of
W. I). Hix to satisfy a fi fa i-- :i
from the S iperior Court of Halier
sham County in favor of M. C A .1. t.
Kiser & Cos against said W. I> Hix.
J. S. PARKS.
This July Bth 1897. Sheri
GEORGIA. Banks County.—This
s to notify all persons that 1 will not
bs responsible for anv debts e n
tracted by my wife Elizabeth A.
July 6th, 1897.
J. D. Dunnagan.
GEORGIA: Banks County.— To
all whom it may concern: A. T
Edwards guardian for R. A. E Urm-L
now R. A. Stredman, and John E
Edwards applies to me for letters of
amission from said guardianship,
and I will pass upon his application on
the first Monday in October next at
,nv office in Homer said county
Given under my hand and official sig
nature. Tins J illy the slh 180 7.
T. F. HILL,
We will send you both the weekly
Constitution -and the Banks t omity
journal for H-25 a year cash- J
A Cover of Nature.
Hamilton Wright' 'fabie famishes in
Tlia Century u charming sketch of John
Burroughs, the lover of nature. It is I
pleasant to know Unit v..■ I -ive ii \,ner-1
ica one mini s.ill who hr.. • n l.i.n ami
studies her creations rather than the j
auiflel.il doings of p lice own;.., fr.c
forks atih fashion. Wc have not had
eu’ch a mail since Th ir : u'c tic .:, ami j
John Burroughs is uir.r.t human a/cl
friendly than Tborean John Btn rougH
is not si shy ami Solitary When he vis
its cities, Ri.rl and boys crowd about
liiui find hang i achunted on his utter
uiiccs. They never did that with Tho
roan. Mabiu says of Burroughs, “Hoj
has no greet love of cities, but he docs j
not lose, his poisy and f,.il to cuiviug
when ho thinks of 1./udon or Boston or
New /m li "
Burroughs' youth prepared him, a'l j
unknowing, for the life of the natural
; ist Ho says of himself:
Asa lan., I. , I laid known all tile ('oninw:l j
j birds welt c l I el leve l lliewneC.s | c1. .11 1
atety, Lilt lay niomllijn was net aerleusivl
turned to nttturttl history till 1 v ;.s a tnau I
j grown. hut no one situ is 111 the study of n.i. J
i unit liisloty Willi Slid! adv:uit:i, es :e he wilosu ,
i youlh was pa ed on tile I'cc .11. He 1... /dread;. I
I ,-ot a areal d.vl of 1! ill his liloiwl an t he 1 1
11l -IC. a1: l/i rc.'it rehiimu.sasjlaa^:-.-
and ■' till' ■en.l-r'oiers ee.-y end an: i/al
tttTri. The main dings mi 1 11 i,,veei nature
aie.l sir rlo :u,d who Is so Utuly to hete
these ns tile lioy trom Ihe ‘arm?
lie is the kind of until who can go
into tho wcutis -and ait av i end
happy for hoars, watchii:;; the wild
creatures, the dancing leave/ and the
swaying shadow* Ho tires this, too,
1 not as an aiuiu ..list t run:. > a ski ictou,
i mi lily to tind oat v. hat it is and done
j with it, but simply from love of nature
and her wild childieu. So he sits and
waits and watches, taking in each part
and fixing ils relations to the whole
with a loving rye illuminated by wis
dom. “To see the life of the woods go
on a boot you,” he says, “it is onlyncc-
I essury to keep still.” A great lesson
this —to keep still. Here is no ruthless j
savage who plunges into the haunts of J
birds and woods ereaitires with dog and :
gun. lie enters their country only to j
make friends with them. Tee wild |
creatures know *this instinctively an ! ;
do tiot flee from him.
It is much that America has such a
naturalist and such a man. Ono Jcbn
Burroughs, wii'i his wholesome, manly,
gent!;: spirit breathing and shining
through his literary work, is worth all
the multimillionaires who push and
hustle and strive to lick the boots cf
corrupt European nobility. To long as
this country can produce still a John
Burroughs there is hope for us.
Once in awhile it conics borne to r.a
Americans how fortunate \vc are to live
in this republic, as, for instance, when
we read that there is even in France a
law against “insulting foreign sov
ereigns.’’ We in the United States may
make faces at any potentate under the
sun, even err cvtii president, if wo en
joy that sort of thing, and nobody cares.
But if wo did the same in France wo
should lay ourselves liable to a maxi
mum line of O'; and imprisonment fer
a term of three mouths to a year. IS
was a rrv.rkubls case under this law
when, rc itiily, the editor:'of a “young
Turk” paper in Paris, the Meehvcret,
were baled before the court for saying
hard tilings of Abdul Humid, sultan of
Turkey. The scene in the court was a
strange cue. The sympathy of all pres
ent, tlii! judge himself, was with the
daring, liberty loving young Turks, .
Ahmed Rizza and Ganem, though the 1
law required that au example should he j
made of them. The trial drew to the
courtroom some of the most eloquent
and famous men in France, all there to
speak for the prisoners. Henri Roche
fort sent a letter declaring the sultan’s
secretary had informed him (Rochefort)
that Emperor William of Germany had
received a bribe'of £2-10,000 from Abdul
] Hamid. The offenders were fined $3,
| with the privilege of being excused
from paying that. The young Turks
■ were applauded as they left the eourt
Seven Months With Fever.
Wonderful Recovery of
Mr. Baird’s rapid and marvelous recovery
from a mere .skeleton to i; is normal weight,
270 pounds, was surely the fullest te.it of the
grandest 6trength-giviug and building-up
medicine ever produced, namely:
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine.
ffl V%t\ .L Vj A
! stm, v&Mii
J. 11. Baird.
"Gentlemen—l wish to express to you my
gratitude for the great good that Dr.
1-1 : Uh' Nervine lias done for me, I v;is
taken sick with typhoid fever and 1 laid j
in bed for seven month?.. After
> over ! lip fever I. w:i/; ‘ Mh, nervous and tired, !
; and did not re tain my lo*t strength. Iti ted i
several }>ropN •'•"ry nn.-diciucs, and finady,
1 alter havins; L on reduced it* weight to 1-iO 1
: pound-;, j be:.: -:\ i.rying ytair iWrwtsie>, ami at I
• began to npi*ove. Was finally entirely \
cured, and today l ean say iTovitr felt bet i
tor in-aii my life, and weigh 270 pounds.
'• Ids i.-, my normal weight, as J. measure
<) leetsi inches in height.’'
South’ Ind. J. IT. BAIKT). .
Dr. Mi If;?* Nervine is j-nW on a jwsitive ■
gur...-an!e<* -hut ihe ilrsv not? id \c.l benent. ,
• - • ;5, or j
it will be sent, paid, on receipt of prico ;
i j the :. .. alii*. a Medical Cos. Elk.aaft, latu ;
Dr. Miles’ Nervine R4 S£u&
Please note the Constitution
advertisement on page S, can’t you
supply the missing word?
Subscribe for both papers, at 51.25
per year, send the money and orde”
to The JOURNAL,
EXIT OF THE SEALS.
Tlic Scat, I.flio the r.ufl':te, I. Doomed to
life mi i cut i-.m.
The present Mir and excitement con
cerning the piesemitiou of tho seal
species at I tl-< opposing tln - ;y of an
nihilalion as a tat ■ iof suppi, -sing the
crueliit / ft the sial fur traffic ai dpi •
lt'.ojc f;. 'lies remind n, ef T.o old
I ns::v:i* id' ut hr. dj; l!ie tt-ihlc door
after the hii. e is slolen. SI Lioua of
| avals have, l.i en 1.i:,0il fpr the use of
their skin:; in Korop,’ and in this couu
try, the inert asu being duo to tho popu
larity 1 f a'-hi.c 1s an article cf wear
-1 iag a> ; iircl, la t now, like tho buffalo,
tho seal is doomed, not from any law
ef extermination to save it from suffer
ing, but simply from the reason that
sealskin is no longer esteemed as price
less aijd desirable au aiticlo of th
wardrobe us it was a few years ago.
Beginning in 11170, when the country
vas feeding the first settled confidence
in prosperity after tho war, the demand
for the walskia coat was at first made
with fear and trenitdiiiy, its price Kim,
us largo as ils dimu.sinus were small.
From a small beginning it grew rapidly
to an extreme, so that tho fashionable j
woman was clothed in it from head to j
foot, and tbc.stinttiicr insurance cf those
seal became an important branch
c ! nsii.t
A picturesque background supports
tho seal iu Unit far n giou where it dis
port: in Amerie:!': • British-Kassinu wa
ters and is ail cJ j.-.-t ef soli ' tudn to
thico nutinvH. A glanco at statistics
shows fh.it in i ,") MO,COO seals were
taken from tho i ■ 'ids of kit. George
and til, Paul. Iu IBIIT it was estimat
ed that $75,000 w,< til of seal 1 it wa •
furnished per annum. As early a.s 1780
Russia sent ont fur sealers, who em
ployed the miserable uutivo Alaskans
to do tbo killing, plug those people
iu the most absolute poverty and ig
ncranco that could be imagined, butuu
di . the American regime and the care of
the Alaska - Commercial company they
have become prosperous and civilized.
The. Aleutian Indians have 5, CJO seals
reserved every year for food.
President Jordan of Inland Stanford
university was appointed iu tbo last year
of Cleveland’s administration to exam
ine into tho condition of the seals. Ink
ing into consideration their decline
and threatened ext'-rmiiuiticu. Ho sug
gested the novel plan of branding tlia
j mother souls so 1 bat the pelt would be
; practically valueless to the conscionoe
: less liunti :.'!, and tho seals thus marked
j would escaj ! the general massacre. A
number wero treated in this way, but
tlic handling aud capturo of tho mother
seal i.- believed to be a detriment to llie
perfect success if tho plan. Under Pres
id: ut Jordan V supervision 350 seals were
blinded on the back.
In or .i r to obtain tho 5,000 seal cubs
for a food store for the Indians it was
found necessary to handle 10,000 of tho
pups, and this suggested tho idea cf
| sequestrating the bachelor seals where
; they would be protected from pelagic
fishing and buntii.;:. President McKin
ley having appointed es-Sccretary Fes
ter and Charles Hamlin to look after
j tho interests of t’-s seals, it is hoped
that tiny will find it possible to herd
j 00,000 bachelor sea!.-! on St. Paul’s is
land, while by system and force of
[ numbers in handling them they can ba
: counted and protected as easily as a
1 herd cf sheep. Water ponds will bo pro
tected by a fence to keep out aquatic
destroyers and birds of prey. It is be,
laved that they can bo safely held in
that mnnui r ft r a s -a.-un.
Ti lab, about which so much is
’ said iti r: ports on the cruelty if club
| biug tic, tv:;] to lo ath, is a prodtict of
Ki I. utdou, (’•••:•!>., where-it is miuin
factored for that special purpose from
a hard wood, seasoned ar.d prepared
with great cure.
A bill of extermination was prepared ;
two years ago by which the secretary
of the treasury was warranted to take
aud kill each and every seal, male and
female, that could ho found on the
Prihilof islands, hut tho bill never
Pelagia scaling—killing tho seals in \
open sea with firearms or with a spear ]
—is considered wholesale slaughter, as •
in ibis indiscriminate killing many ]
thousands of the animals are needlessly |
sacrificed before tho proper ago of 3 j
years. Bachelor seals are legally killed ]
at this age, being enticed from their ,
haunts and clubbed to death according
to law. if, however, tho billing is done ;
with dispatch, it. is as meritorious ns !
any other method of death dealing j
That the queens of American society
would wear seal as a lining for sable
no one need doubt, except that it would
be a feat beyond the endurance of the
most robust. The governor of Michigan
is tli owner of such a coat., hut ho
keeps it iu a chest, insured for several
thousand doii.irs against fire and
thieves. .Sealskin has tho merit of be
ing mothproof, but whether from the
quality of the dye or some native pecul
iarity is not known. Perhaps one of
the surest signs of the decline of the
seal is tho fat t that on tho recent occa
sion of several large robberies the seal
garments were left unmolested. —Ml. L.
Ruyuo in Chicago Times Herald.
A Million For llic Lawyers.
Lawyer D. M. Delians, San Francisco,
Is slowly flinging out, during the prog
ress of the Fair will ease, the amount
each law firm interested will receive iu
fees. The several attorneys are called
to Ihe witness stand and questioned by
Delmas, who is counsel for Mrs. Graven.
It has been shown that lawyers acting
for ti e lido Senator Fail’s daughters,
Mrs. Theresa A. Oelrichs and Virginia
Fair, are to draw nearly a!,000,(100.
Lloyd & Weed ran lo receive 5 per cent
of all the daughters get. Garli r, Boalt
& Bishop have a similar contract, anil
Wil.-cu & Wilson aio to be paid 2 per
E timaiing ihe share of the two wo
men at $8,(100,000, these three firms
will receive nearly 81,000,000, aud
there are ethos lo he heard from.—
New York World.
Dent forget to send in y our
Suhtwiption for the
BANKS COUNTY JOURNAL.
At the remarkably low price 50 cent’
i’i r annum,if paid for in advance ,
The peopie of Central America seem
to be as volcanic as their own soil and
are always in eruption over something.
Even the Creator Republic of Central
America, composed of Nicaragua, Costa
Rica and Salvador, cannot keep quiet.
It is now in eruption because it thinks
it does not approve of Captain W. L.
Merry, whom President McKinley bys
appointed minister to tbeCreater Repub
WILL BE A
FOR IT AND
The \Y> kly Cum titution, published
at Atlanta, (hn. ha..a announced its 4th
word conti £. This is a mld
n, ,ml sem thing to in
. *y< a during th( h j se£l ’ s 'f’ . .
I hi ..- Jua 1 ■ind c! e ol
S ;•! mb ■;•- covi ring a period oi ninety
It pi bli lic-s tl e full p rti plan
I ~nh.. .cling of tba hi-ok (the sum "ice
a, ’j■ ■. taken from the wi rks cif ft stan
j da.i'll author) and iJitfh;;: tho bind, with
I (VI \V. A. Hemphill.the Business Mau-
rof the Com tituth n Publishing
| C-. mpaiiy, who keeps it in Ins safet,
viiuii and will deliver it sealed, to the
c,i;nii:;il e-'e dei'iii ing the cimi nts on
, . pt tubes Ist.
Ton p a C. nt of the money reeeivtu
roui sul ril ei ! who ent ;r the miss ing
word contest dm mg the months if
June,-Inly and August will bo panl to
tlii k |h*"sun or peiri'iis, naming con'i’ciij
llie missing wort! in tlic .followinc s n
‘WE 11 AYE NOT 1 ’
ENOUGH AND ARE PUT TO
VERY AWK AVAR I) SIIIF3
FO R \VA NT O F SOM E.”
There ir. not mre.-ii doubt iu the mind
•J' the Editor of this paper as to the
\v- :ii expressing tiiat of which lie has
not b -enable n>: euro enough, and he
loalizi it'ae wry awkward shifts he in
pi ltofcrw mt ol m -but the point
is to find the very word the author of
t! - . ; tone i; -ei! in writing it.
l>; . poeial arrangemonts of the Weekly
Ci :n titution* tha 1 great paper and ours
(The BANKS COUNTY JOURNAL)
can be obtained for one year at a most
is. price Tone papier; Not only that;
iut is Ip: our arrangement with The]
taker advantage ut this clubbing propoi
r-Jtien, subsci'ibiny; for bath
fiie AYeekly Constitution, and,
The t:k.- (’uunty Journal ais 1,25 will
‘•e ci.l illi'd to a guess at the missing
All clubbing subsscriptions
and be aper with eacli
. üb'sci'iber’s guc; i, the missin g trd
plainly written. The guess,
the name •nd.idi!re-.u feach subscribe
will he forwarded by us in The Consti
The ( Yu. til: dint - first •'missing word
f'ontesi” closed on tiie Ist of January,
■ 'id but <ne person Mr. M. Brittain
a hard-working school teacncr, guessed
the missing wonl, receiving therefor a
check fin* if 1.033,50.
Its second contest clos' and on llie Ist of
M.-uv!i, its third contest closed on May
Ist. and the Weekly Constitution of
Monday, September 6th will contain the
.muoiieement cf the awards in which the
rush i. to b ilistributod among the sne
ce.-sful guessersin this new' contest.
The readers of our paper who subscribe
ointly to it and Tne Weekly Constitu
tion have Gee access into the fourth
coolest just opened; and it may be Hire
omr of then will get the money to t >
distributep on the Dt of September.
The only conditinu of the contest is
that every guesser must be a subscriber
and taking advantage of The Constitu
tion’s offer we presi : this opportunity
to all who wish to subscribe to both
papers. Every person should
have bis county paper ar.d one genera
newspaper; and The Weekly Cor.stitu
tion. with a i rcu 1 alion of loti,ooo,
occupies the unique distinction of be
ing the greatest A mercan AA t ekly news
An Allied Count Gets Married.
“Count” Julian Rado, formerly of
Hungary, the other day married Miss
Carrie Ewald, until recently a member
of the Frohman company playing in the
Mrs Ewald is the daughter of a
wealthy Jersey City ft: tioner. She lived
with her parents at 338 York street, iu
that city. The engagement was an
nounced in January last, but was
broken off after investigation had been
made into tho “count’s” past history.
Ho has had previous matrimonial
ventures in this city aud while posing
as a representative of the Hungarian
gov; rmuent was arrested on a charge of
sw inding, made by the proprietress of
a cigarette factory in Broadway,-whole
ho was employed as a salesman. A
young man of his name aud description
has a bad police record in Budapest,
whence he came.
The marriage was performed by the
well known “Pastor Schneider” at his
home, 325 Second avenue, New York
city, at 10 o’clock at night. The wit
nesses were Henry Weber and Alexander
Szaraz. The latter’s picture, it is said,
adorns the rogues’ gullery in Budapest,
ns does that of Julian Rado. —New
Wanted to Hie With a Clean Shirt.
An unknown msn at the house cf C.
VY. Dickerson, Madison avenue, Chica
go, the other night, begged for a clean
shirt in which, he said, he might die,
being tired of life, but wishing to dio
like a gentleman. He got the shirt, but
was thought to be joking. He put it on,
and, going to the Illinois Central
tracks, laid his head on a rail before an
approaching train and was killed.
Sons of the Strikers.
Up with the trusts while we gnaw tho crusts
Ami our children cry for bread,
And the flag of the free waves merrily
Where a million strikers tread I
Up with the trusts while we groan and aw oat
And lives to tho dark arc led,
And prate of freedom and glory yet
Where a million strikers tread!
And sing the song of “the brighter days”
And say, “Be ye clothed and fed!"
While the sun of liberty throws his rays
Where a million strikers tread!
Japan has probably some just claim
Rgainst Hawaii or she would not con
tinue to talk so much concerning it.
Japan has always been the friend of
this country and any disturbance of the
mutual kindly feeling between the two
nations would boa calamity. The Unit
ed States should quietly investigate the
claim of Japan, meautimo keppiug all
report of it out of the newspapers, bo
those journals that get fat on distorting
news may not hear of the matter. Then
the United States should induce the Ha
waiian government to satisfy so much
of Japan’s demand aB is plainly just.
Tho United States has morally a pro
tectorate over Hawaii, even though au
official one has never been proclaimed.
Tho country is safe once more since
tho momentous and thrilling question
whether calves are cattle has been de
cided by tho United States government
It may settle the minds of those engag
ed in tho study of natural history to
know that calves have been officially
decided to he cattle. Some importers
claimed they were not when it came to
paying duty on calfskins at the rate of
15 per cent ad valorem.
Incandescent Electric Lamps.
It has been proved that tho incandes
cent electric lamp does not “smoke”
the ceiliug, as has been claimed, but
that the smoky effect is due to dust.
The heat of the lamp naturally oauses a
current of air to rise, and the conse
quence is that there is more dust depos
ited on the ceiling above the lamp than
, * t
I have always on hand
and for sale a large stock
of Monuments and Tomb
Stones at ROCK
BOTTOM PRIC E S
Head and Foot Stones
and Cradle Tombs.
You should alAAfays go and
see Robertson’s and gut
Pays all the freight to
your nearest depot.
A. H. Robertson,
1 15 Thomas St.,
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