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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

► -f't'i Sffci'JKfc' 'H**'.1* J* •lekr-'* "VT ' C" 7) > j •y A 'L' ^/O tkrjdZt ITASCA ITEM r. x t OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: UP-8TAIRS IN HOOKS BLOCK,1 MAIN STREET. VOL. 8. ITASCA, HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1904. NO. 4 HE little girl who brings us the most BUCK'S ad" vertisements by Dec. 24, at J 2 oclock will get this pretty little Buck Range FREE. It is not a toy, but will cook fust like a grown up stove 'A TRADE-NARK WE Ranges SELL. '♦Bucks1' Stoves and *'Superior11 Stoves and Ranges, Majestic Ranges, Wilson Air Tight Coal and Wood Heaters, "Barler's^ Oil Heaters, Lamp Stoves, Chafing Dishes, Graniteware, Nickled Copperware and everything nice to cook with. DON'T FORGET THE New Casady Sulkey Is the King of Breaking Plows and the only successful Riding Middle Breaker sold. We also have JOHN DEERE Walking Mid- dle Breakers and Breaking Plows, Lever Har- rows, all kinds of Harness. SMITH & TOMLIINSOIN CO. I SlTllth TOITllillSOII CO. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. ■ ---■■■■...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

\ \ Amusements. DISEASED KIDNEYS Cause more .deaths than bullets. Their symptoms are not alarming, hence the7 are neglected and quickly become dangerous. Prickly Ash Bitters Is a kidney medicine of great value; it strengthens the kidneys, allays inflam- mation, eases backache and arrests the progress of the disease. It is an honest remedy that can be depend- ed on. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE, $1.00. Miller Si llrockette, Spmlal Agent*. Appointments of Speakers. The following appointments have been arranged tor prohibition speak- ing in Precinct No. 2: At Lee's Summit, Monday, Dec. 12th, at 7:30 p. m., Dr. J. H. Young and Rev. A. P. Scofield. At Files Valley, Monday, Dec. 12th, 7:30 p. m., Rev. C. L. Brown- ing and Rev. M. M. McFerrin. At Iverson, Tuesday, Dec, 13th, 7 :$) p. m., M. L. Wiginton and A. H. Hudgins. At Pleasant Hill, Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 7:30 p. m., M. S. Wood and Rev. C. L. Browing. At Covington, Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 7:30 p. m., Dr. J. H. Young and Rev. A. P. Scofield. At R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

Tr y. v •• ■■• V -H * H / / ZL * Itas^L National Bank, ITASCA, TEXAS. C Transacts a General Banking Business. C We have Plenty of Money to Loan to Farmers. ^ f Long Time Loans on Farm Lands at Low Rates. ^ CV 0. E. MARTIN, B. P. EDRINGTON. W. H. C0FFS1AN H. E. CHILES, V President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. ^ IN THE STORY OP "BEN H U FT IS COMING TO TOWN Friday Evening, Dec, 30 Look out for what the papers will say next week. It is the best character of entertainment for ChriBtmas week now given in America. Independent Telephone Company. IT COMES UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Switzer Lyceum Course And will be given in tho auditorium of the college. Admission, 75c. Holders of Lyceum Tickets 50c. Local Intelligence. People and Things Reviewed. Fewer gallons; wears longer; De- voe. G. F. White spent Sunday in Fort Worth. Fresh oysters .at Geo. W. Mech- am's. 2t3 W. D. Coleman is here this week from Durant, I. T. For fine candies go to Geo. W. Mecham's. 2t3 T. W. Carr has moved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

K / THE ITASCA ITEM. BH4KTT SMITH, Editor and Proprietor, PUBLISHED SVIRY FRIDAY • TELEPHONE B*7. fBIDAY, DEC. 9, IW4. VZ*IZ** Whitney's record has shattered the old claim that local option kills a town.—Whitney Messenger. Itasca's record is similar. There is not a vacant business house in the town and if prohibition is defeat- ed and saloons are opened in Itasca it will be necessary to construct new buildings for the rum shops. The antis argue that this will build up a town, give employment to carpen- ters md other workmen and provide a tax. So does the construction of a court house or a jail or a reforma- tory or an asylum, but each is an expensive institution which every citizen, good or bad, must support. A saloon, which must occupy some sort of a structure, will add to the material growth of a town in one way and one way only is true enough, but we must remember it also adds to the growth of intemperance, violence, crime and sin and the consequent ex- pense in morals and money ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

T V * FARM LANDS II ALONG THE DENVER ROAD IN II NORTHWEST TEXAS (THE PANHANDLE) , Are advancing in value at rate of 20 per cent, per annum. Do You Know of 'SI any Equal Investment? . As our assistance may be of great value toward secur- ing what you need or wish, as regards either Agricultural Properties or Business Opportunities, and will cost noth- ing, why not use us! Drop us a postal. A. A. fJLISSON, Gen. Pus. Agt. Fort Worth, Texas. Christmas Excursions Cheap Trips lor Holiday Travelers to the North, Bast and SOUTHEAST RATES CUT 1IV TWO Dec. 2Qth, 21st, 22nd and 26th iHt See that your ticket reads via it ROCK ISLAND" GEO. H. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., Little Rock, Ark. JOHN SEBASTIAN, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Chicago, 111. Cooled and Lighted Electricity In addition to the electric light in each berth, which can be turned on or off, or for a dim light, as you desire, there is a large electric fan in the compart- ment observation car of the Southwest Limited to make summer traveling comforta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

\ \ X. \ FAVORITE HOME PAPER for nearly a oratory ana Holiday Attractions Christmas is only a few days off and Santa Claus is headed this way with his daz- zling train of Holiday Gifts and Articles and he has already prepared to make his attractive and wonderful display in qur own store whiph the people of Hill county have come to accept as Santa Claus Headquarters! We are giving the jolly old soul the very best place in our store (as the children give him the very best place in their hearts) and by this time next week our establish- ment will present a scene of matchless holiday beauty fand brilliancy, such as has never before been witnessed in Itasca. We are now busy getting the display ready and when the stock is finally arranged for your inspection it will present a vision of loveliness that will be a delightful feast to the eyes of the children and the grown folks as well. Our Holiday Stock is Larger, Better and Prettier this Year than ever before and positively cannot be dupli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

' « V - V I 3^" f- V I {'&& f- * I « A-R1CH BLACK WAXY FARM « IN WEST EDGE OF HILLSBORO 00 CM % o < * RES ^ Of the finest land on the market. Only a half=mile from City. All in cultivation except 15 acres. This perhaps will be your last chance to get a rich, smooth farm so near the central city of the best county in Texas Will cut the farm into any size tract from 50 acres up, as desired, at the low price of $65*00 per acre and will make good terms of payment* Title absolutely perfect* This is a part of the C* J* George # farm on Peoria road* This land, if similarly located at Itasca, would readily sell for $75 to $80 per acre. i 1 — } -j& For further particulars write or phone us at our expense at Itasca, Texas dt Ed. Wilkinson & Co., LAND, LOAN, ABSTRACT and INSURANCE AGENTS ITASCA, HILL COUNTY, TEXAS. Letter to John W Park Itasca, Tex Dear Sir: Here's a paint that's being sold to bargain-hunters: 10 per cent lead 50 per cent zinc 20 per cent barytes 20 per cent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 9 December 1904

n Hi y \ MID-WINTER SALE WATRLSKY'S AT *4* Wonderful Bargains in all Departments S> STAPLES 20 yds Book Fold Percale 1.00 25 yds Best Calicos 1.00 20 yds Flannelette 1.00 20 yds Itasca Mill Domestic yd wd 1.00 20 yds Bleached Domestic yd wide 1.00 12 yds Canton Flannel 10c quality 1.00 12 yds Lonsdale Domestic— 1 .CO Bid DRIVE IN FURS Any Fur in the house at 1-2 Price All Millinery Goods 50 per cent, of Regular Price. MATTING SNAP A Snap for You. We picked up 25 pieces Matting at 33$ discount and you get the benefit of same. Good Chinese Matting worth 25c I Cp in this sale at I uu 40 cent quality in this sale at 25c JUST ARRIVED TODAY MEN'S SWEATERS An extra good value worth 75c at 5Cc Any 1.2a and 1.50 value — 1 .OO Any 2.50 value 1.85 Any 3.50 value 2.75 Any 5.00 value 3.85 Any Star-5, The Brown Shoe Co. make, atfcost. All 3.50 Shoes 2.75 1.75 1.50 1 .OO " 2.50 Shoes. 11 2.00 Shoes. " 1.50 Shoes- THE The Great American Eagle Shirts Every onefguaranteed. 1.25 value 95c 1.50 {val...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

y wy v' , / f~v' <$ ->v.1 /■, 0/ ^„v /7 / "*■ t-/- ITEM. #* / /# / ♦/ '^">' v't C-"*' ' ' .' /N * ALL HOME PRINT. ' . OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: MAIN STREET. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR VOL. 8. ITASCA, HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1905. NO. 25 ■' V' •• "B—H And Now The Contest Ends ALL ANSWERS MUST BE IN MAY 19th Not later than 12 o'clock M. The contest will close on May 19th, and the winners will be annouuced just as soon as the judges can decide whose "Ten Reasous Why" are the best. If you are a little girl, 14 years or under, and have not entered in this contest come to the store at once. SEASONABLE NECESSITIES The season is here when you need Cotton Hoes—We handle tue Keystone. Approaching summer also suggests Water Coolers and Ice Cream Freezers. We have 'em. k)ppnWftREr implex DOUBLE TRAGEDY ENACTED. FishiI street Kill* Woman ami Tuk« Hi* Own l.ife. Lee Paschall, who had been in jail several days on the complaints charging him with assault to mur- der with two aggravated assa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

Ladies' Oxfords The Dependable Kind Only Black Kid Oxfords, with medium and low heel, Patent tip; also in common sense; guaranteed all leather, extra A A value, a pair «) 1 *UU Black Kid Oxfords, with patent or plain tips, low and medium heel; also common sense; a neat durable shoe | a pair 1 */L%) Black and Tan Oxfords, with either light or extension sole, plain or patent tip, in Military, Cuban or French heel, | PA special value, a pair 1 *0" Kid Oxfords with patent tips, patent vamp and neat kid top, turn or extension sole, Military, Cuban or French heel, "J AA black and tan, very dressy, a pair 6tVV Black Kid Oxfords in both turned and extension sole, large eyelet ribbon ties, Military, Cuban and French heels; g A also chocolate, tan and champagne, at $4.00, $3.50, $tf.00 £a«jU Ladies' Colored S^voes Snappy Style* and Qi^lck Sellers Ladies' Tan and Chocolate Oxfords and Bluchers in both light and extension soles, Military, Cuban and French £ f PA heels, a pair ) 1 Ladies' Tan an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

as i t Switzer Collcgt Notes. C. E. MARTIN, President. R. P. EDRINGTON, Vice-President. W. H. COFFMAN , H. iMcHILES, Vice-President. < Cashier. Itasca National .Bank, ^Transacts a General Banking Business.: Special Attention Qiven to Farmers' Business. North Hill Street, ITASCA, TEXAS. } ? Local Intelligence. People and Things Reviewed. See Carlisle for a milch cow. Dock Webb was in town from Hillsboro Wednesday. Fewer gallons; wears longer; De- voe. Mrs Ben Potter and son, of Bran- don, are visiting Mrs. J. L. Shelton. Patronize the new circulating library. 25tl A child of C. L. Davenport, living near Osceola, is reported quite sick. The Home Library—see Cal Hen- drix for particulars. 25tl. Lee Porter will erect a new dwell- ing house at Osceola in the near future. file Lon Tyner for Poland Chinas and Brown Leghorn eggs. 16tl0 Mrs. Emmett Smith and children are visiting Mrs W. J. Buchanan at West. Take a membership in the Home Library, C. C. Hendrix, Manager. 25tl. Mrs. Sump Kel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

y1- THE ITASCA ITEM. EMMETT 8MITH, Editor and Proprietor. ./ The Item w eeteWlttbed Not. 18,1M/7, and in a veeklv new* pa per conaiatlng of eight and some- times ten or twelve paifea of all home print, oriK- Inn | mAttor. m altered at the Po«t-O«oe, Itasca, Teia*. an aecond-claas matter. Office of publication, Main Btreet. TERMS OF SI'BNrKIITIOK. One copy One month Three montha Biz montha Twelve montha . . Invariably in advance. Free of postage to all parts of the United States and its Possessions, Canada and Mexico. INFORMATION TO SUBSCRIBER*. All papers are dis:ontinued at the expiration of tbe timf paid for, unless otherwise advised. Subscribers desiring the address of ihelr paper chanced will please state in their communication j both the old and the new address. Failure to receive the paper regularly should be brought to the attention of the manan"nr.ent. Payment tor The Item, when st-nt by mail, should be by Post-Office Money Or<W or Ex- press Monev Order, or Exchange drawn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

\ r ■ \ y Gigantic Struggle at Chicago Is ot Greater Magnitude. MORE MEN ARE OUT. Strike Breaker Curry Too Seriously Injured to Report and a Num- ber of Negroes Say Pajr Too Small For Risk. « Chicago, May 3.—Enlarged propor- tions were given to the teamstc rs' strike Wednesday from both sides ut the huge struggle. Contrary to ex- pectation, the employes were th' first to take aggressive action. AU team- sters of the Crerar-Clinch company, which hns coal contracts with n nny office buildings and firms, went on strike. The company ordered a load of coa! delivered to Carson, Pierre. •Scott & Co., a large mercantile firm which has been involved in strike complications for some time past. First teams ordered to make delivery to the Involved firm were discharged for re- fusing to deliver the coal. All other teamsters employed by the Crerar- Clinch company Immediately struck. It Is said the effect of the new spread of the strike might be to leave many of the tallest office buildings wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

WOMEN WHO SUFTCX FROM Sick Headache SHOULD USE ERBIN For Permanent Relief HKIBINK act* directly on the Liver. It will cure COKSTIPA- TIONrDTSFIFSIA, MALARIA AMD CHILLS. Ts entsrely free from allpoisonous mineral substances, and is composed solely of lltMmWC H|IM Especially adapted for weak and ^eanr constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs; it checks all derangements of the human body. CURED HER SICK HEADACHE Mrs. Josie Cameron, Centralia Avenue, Temple, Tfcxas, writes: " I find HEKBINE gives mequick relief, and take pleasure in recommending it to all ^g(0 who suffer from sick headache." WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL filly Cent# A Bottle Avoid All Sobstitntea Ballard Snow Liniment Co* St Louis. U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY HUDSON & MANN. Itasca. Texas. mu WHEN YOU TRAVEL SELECT A RAILWAY AS M V UNSURPASSED IN pUAUITY AND SERVICE. ONE PRICE 50<t m ! AS COMPARISONS ARE TO OUR'- .(OpvanTaG^1 ~~ WE CAN'AFFORD TO] ^EtfCOURAGgl L Through the\ TEXAS 'PMzHANQtf. J Sams...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

s 2iM!mwwwmwnmmmwmwmfwwm^Twwwwmwrwmmw?mwT?mmm£ I ED. WILKINSON & CO., 1 LAND, LOAN, ABSTRACT and INSURANCE AOENCV. g— If you arc thinking of making a changc in location this year and want to sell or exchange your farm, come in and talk the mat- 5^ ter over with us and see if it will not be to your interest to let us help you. You know us, know that we thoroughly under- ^ stand our business, know that we have business connections on the outside that are unequalled and know that when you do business with us it will be done right, for while we have not so much money, we claim to be as reliable in our dealings with ^ our customers, as the biggest bank in the United States. Our facilities for conducting the business we undertake is a little better than ever before, a matter of which we arc justly ^ proud and one which we believe our customers will appreciate. We wish to get out our new list by the 15th of April and should like to inake it as complete as possible. While we want ^ you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 5 May 1905

( "Nik ii. J THE ONLY WAY Ftii v for Cash and Sell for Cash - - Prosperity will Meet Von There is no doubt as to the advantage of buying for Cash. The merchant who buys 011 a credit from his wholesale house pays dearly for the privilege. The consumer who _buys from credit houses on long time, helps to pay the wholesalers long prices. The quality of our goods are well known. Make your money go a long ways. We make the price that cash demands Ladies' summer gingham sunbonnets, best patterns, price Pepprell 9-4 brown sheeting, nothing better made, price Pepprell brown sheeting, 10-4, long wear- ing goods, price Dotted Swiss curtains, sold by many at $1.25, very cheap at pei pair 10 yards first-class mattress tickins, you will be pleased with it, 10 yards for 10 yards Amoskeg A. C. A.. Tick, this is the best tick sold in Itasca, 10 yds for Yard-wide bleached domsstic, free from starch, good enough, 10 yards for 10 yards best standard yard-wide bleached domestic, 10 yards for Nazareth wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

THE ITASCA ITEM. ALL HOME PRINT. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: MAIN STREET. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR VOL. 8. ITASCA, HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905. NO. 46 HE LOOKS GOOD, DON'T HE? Of eourse he docs. He has on clothcs made by HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX* Come in and let us fit you out in one of the swell Suits and Overcoats made ty these celebrated tailors* Every garment absolutely guaranteed to be made of all wool material; no "mercer- ized" or other cotton in them. SUITS - - $15.00 to $25.00 OVERCOATS $ 15.00 to $22.50 Copyright 1905 by H rt Schaffher & Marx YOUNG MEN'S FINE SUITS Our line of Perfection Brand Clothes for young men have the style, shape and snappy appearance that they so much desire. Prices range $5.00 to $15.00 STERLING BRAND CLOTHES Stylish Suits That wear as well as they look, made from durable fabrics and tailored by hand. They have style and character that tailors cannot duplicate for less than double the price. Prices range $7.50 to $15.00 S. M. & S....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

m a 11 Iff.' :P J 1ME ITASCA ITEM. jJJJg pj^Q CONTEST EMMETT SMITH. Editor vkl Proprwtor. Tw Ivem iu ertabb&bed No*. IS. l«T, aad to a I V*rt!) O: <* V< *0<i >Ome- t'w ■ s(.j or sw^.v* p*^v* of ill bow print, ong- IBS* tau-rol *: six? f\- t-Otti-v. luuc . Texas. u atwr Oflfcw <X pub«ic*Uoo. M m Strv*. Will terms or «4 bm kiition. Begin on Next Monday October 2nd, 1905. «TT OBf 3IX .1t tfcre* aottls Six Bfe&s Twit* aocti* tar&nakty ;s tdrukv Frw at ;vi«AV jur.* a! ta- fsWd N W W its P«sk^*. cm. Outtiiiand Mexico. .10 55 . tt.OO INPOtMATinN TO M BSTKIBEBS. AX nwn *ie Awxettctwd 4t the tiptrauoo of I be u # f.v. S1> ociiervwe kiiifj tiK of tto^'.r p4pc*f fru j *ii pi**** -je coouoir.icauon K*4 tx- Ci£ U)4 V*e e fcAirvae. ^ „ ruJw* tt> hcww tS* r**r-tor:.v sfcoaJd bf Nrv<HcV. lb- tBMM oi t4* -rt-n<yoent. pij-ns#ff.-. f.f TV tea. vfe-a **st bjr =*2. Jt P.«^0« Moofjr i>nJer or Ei- prr** M.wfi^:. or Etctefr dr *ra or. New Tor* or ocfcVr prfc." t*1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

•«r*V -O. B. MARTIN, President. M H. P. EDRINGTON, Vice-President. W. H. COPPMAN Vice-President. H. E. CHILES, Cashier. Itasca National Bank, ^Transacts a General Banking Business.: Special Attention Given to Farmers' Business. North Hill Street, ITASCA, TEXAS. ECDE Annually to fill the new positions crpated by Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We want young men and of good hab- its to Learn Telegraphy and Railroad Accounting. We furnish 65 per cent of the Operators and Station Agents In America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools In the world. Established 20 years and endorsed by all Leading Hallway Oftl- ClWe execute a *250 bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from $40 to $00 a month in States east of the Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to S10O per montn in states west of the Rockies, Imme- diately upon graduation. Students can enter at any time. No vaca- tions. For full particulars regarding any of our schools, write direct to our ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

9 ' I I' I j f $1.50 Boys* Double Breasted Suits Sizes 5 to 17 years Boys' double breasted Suits of dark blue cheviots, well made and finished, has mercerized lining, an ex- , dt I cellent suit at the price $ I Boys' double breasted Suits, made of fancy cheviots in shades of brown with invisible plaids and stripes; also in solid blue cheviots with mercerized lining, neat and stylish good fitters and good weaves. Good val- $0 ues too. Price - - Boys' double breasted Suits of dark brown cheviots with red and golden flecks, mercerized liniug; also in solid blue cheviots, well made, nicely finish- ed, very sightly and extra good values at the price Boys' double breasted Suits in rich shades of brown cassimer with invis - ible gtripes of red aud light brown, correctly made, good style, good look- ers, good service and good val - ue, price — V* Boys' double breasted Suits of heavy cheviots in dark grey mixtures with invisible plaids; also in plain dark blue cheviots, mercerized lining, th...

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