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REPORTS, BALANCE SHEETS PAY LISTS, RECEIPT POEMS, ACCOUNT HEADINGS, MEMORANDUMS VISITING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCU POSTERS, HANDBILLS, PROGRAMMES FUNERAL LETTERS

REPORTS, BALANCE SHEETS PAY LISTS, RECEIPT POEMS, ACCOUNT HEADINGS, MEMORANDUMS VISITING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCU POSTERS, HANDBILLS, PROGRAMMES FUNERAL LETTERS

AND INTIMATIONS MEMORIAL CARDS, &AI While guaranteeing Quality of Workmanship and Reasonable Prime. -ADVERTISING the life of Trade, and no successful Arm can afford to despise the recognised advantages to be derived from Persistent Advertising. bring your Goods before the Purcha
11 September 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
MARKETS THORNTON AUCTION MARKET

MARKETS THORNTON AUCTION MARKET

MONDAY First at ll a.m. Uncial large weekly supplies of PriMe Fat Cattle, Sheep, Lambe, Calves and Swine, Stole Catt'e, and 40 superior Mulch Cows. SATURDAY, 4th October. Thornton great Special Sale of Rome °razed and Irish wintering and Feeding rattle, and all classes of sheep
11 September 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
DENTISTRY.

DENTISTRY.

MR J. HIGH attends personally at the under noted addreseb on,the following date : - FRIDAY, Sept. 12, 1913. KINGSBARNS, 12.30—At Mrs SPENCE, Cottage Row. CkAIL, I to 2.—At Mrs MITCHELL, 23 Marketgate, PITTENWERM, 2.15 to 3.15.—At Miss WELCH, 3 Tollcross. ANSTRUTHER. 3.30 to 6 30
11 September 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
PRIZE MEDAL, TEETH. AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL DUNCAN & CO. thank the Inhabitants of and Surrounding Drarniov for the

PRIZE MEDAL, TEETH. AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL DUNCAN & CO. thank the Inhabitants of and Surrounding Drarniov for the

libo ea patronage extendel to them during the past twelve years, and would remind them that their Personal Representative, Mr W. I. DUNCAN, calls weekly as under:— ANSTRUTH ER—Mrs REID'S, WEDNESDAYS, from 2.30 till 710 p.m. PITTENWEEM—Mr MIINGALL'S, ChettliV, WEDNESDAYS, from 12
11 September 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
ST. LEGEn.

ST. LEGEn.

5 to 2 sta,t It I. 9 2 -- Aghdor (t and too 7 Curragh It And 40 1 ). COURSE BETTING. DONCASTER, Tuesday Night. 5 to 2 agst it and 01. 200 Bachelor's Wedding it). 1000 —2oo' Aghdoe a). 1000— 60 Curragb OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS

COMMERCIAL NEWS

LONDON PRICES. Sank Rats (April 17) 44 per cent general Carry Over ystrdy L oans 21-21. Pay Day tomorrow months' bills 31-3ra A few movements here and there on the London Stock Exchange yesterdav made the markets less interesting, but the scarcity of business makes attendance on
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANS SENT EY POST ANY DISTANCE .Li.• SECRETLY. ZS. Is. monthly; 6s. moothig;. tn. 10s. mor.thly.--tinelen. IT. Yorkotteet. Glasgow. UVANCEi

MANS SENT EY POST ANY DISTANCE .Li.• SECRETLY. ZS. Is. monthly; 6s. moothig;. tn. 10s. mor.thly.--tinelen. IT. Yorkotteet. Glasgow. UVANCEi

to working men pes ts pnrately—Lt. Mg. peace weekly: Li. shilLai Fratem-street. Leeds.
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WELL-SUSTAINED ELOQUENCE

WELL-SUSTAINED ELOQUENCE

Bat that in reality is not all; it is only the mere beginning. The fabric of the story is used as the medium for psychological theorising. sociological criticism, and philosophical disquisition. But all the theorising and criticism are an inherent part of the incident; they come
12 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. DONCASTER.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. DONCASTER.

2.O—JCVENILE BELLING PLATE of L'2oo. furlongs. Mr. J. B. Joel's RED FINCH, by Your Majesty— Fringilla, 8-7 W. Huxley I Dace of Westminster's REGALITY, 8-4 C. Dickens 2 kr. J. Cooper's SYBIL F. 8-4 ..... Win. Griggs 3 Aso ran: Tralr.e (E. Wheatley), MiUllark (Piper), Shy John (Le
12 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR sERIAL STORY. THE HARBOUR OF REFUGE. By RICHARD STARR. Author of " Tie Challenger," ctc.

OUR sERIAL STORY. THE HARBOUR OF REFUGE. By RICHARD STARR. Author of " Tie Challenger," ctc.

12 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England