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5 – 20 Line Garage Sale Ad

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Pack it, Tag it, Sell it!

Ledger Independent Garage Sale Do-It-Yourself ad is all you need to inform Maysville of your sale!

Includes Ledger Independent print edition, E-edition and maysville-online.com listings.

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