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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

RALPH lUKDEIOn HOn CHAPTER XX— Continued. The first ball of the Fourteenth cen tury, putting it broadly, was a crucial «-t.ige in the history of villeinage in England) the natural tendencies to ex press for virtual emancipation being helped by the intervention of the min isters religion; who urged upon masters that the manumission of slaves was" a .pious and a meritorious act before God and man. Then came a variety of causes telling unfavorably upon all who had either themselves been, or whose ancestor* had been, in a state of serf* dom, and who could not produce docu mentary evidence of their freedom. First, there *A 4 the terrible calamity of the I'.alck Plague, which enormously increased the value o.f labor. Masters •were thereby tempted not only to exact the utmost possible from Alien Kerfs an remained to them, but also to reclaim many who had been using the priv ileges of freemen. Foreign wars, and court splendor increased the number of Absentee lords; a general rise in the wal...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

ROBERT T. HILL, I). S. GEOLOGIST ProfeaMT Robert T. Hill Is the geolo pist nnd geographer of the United States (Geological Survey at the head of the scientific expedition that went on the United States cruiser The Dixie to the scene of the volcanic disaster in the inlands of Martinique and St. Vincent. Professor Hill has been a member of the Geological Survey dur- Injr the greater number of his mature years. He has accompanied several expeditions to the West Indies, and was considered an expert on volcanic conditions, and the geological forma tion of that part of the world. He was particularly well known through out the Southwest, where he made ex tensive observations and conducted a thorough examination of the Texas oil fields. When the first news of the Martinique disaster reached this coun try he was chosen to head the expedi tion which went aboard the Dixie. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' MONUMENT AT NEW YORK. The soldiers and sailors' monument recently dedicated in Riverside Park, New Y...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

.1 <l San luan Island 1 1 Qutsiat of County Scat SAN JI'AN VAl.l.i:V Mrs. J. DO3 lo went to liopez the first of the Week. P. K. Peterson made a business trip up- Bound last week. J. o. Borgman shipj^ed 240 sacks of oats Bp*Souud tliis we. k. Beiriceawer* held at the valley Fres l.ytei ian churcli Sunday after.ioon. Ball tame next Sunday West Sound \■-;. San Juan, at Madilen's eorneis. The aeholara of No. 12 school will give mi ice cream •odal at th« prhool house .v-itnrd;i\, June2B, Kveryhody invited. The steamer Ef#rmoM will (nine an exourolon from We»l Bound next Sun day, leaving there at 10 o'clock sharp. .1. (). Dot groan went over. to Port Town* s(>iml last week to attend tin- graduating oxerc-ises of the Port Townsend Ugh School. Everybody interested in a Fourth of July celebration is requested to be pres fnt lit the meeting Saturday evening at the corner store. The "Id soldiers will have a bttdcftt pi< uic at the cornera Friday of thla week to Which everyone, whether...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

Cb* San Jmn Islanded VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL l» Successor to the SAN JtJAN TRADING COMPANY, * New arid j milli WAPWi^S I Fine Line j I IRE* II UlUVij j Arrived SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS DRESS GOODS, including floe Gassimeres, Serges, Twills, Ginghams and Calicos _ Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries J L,arge»t Store in Sari Juan $ County. \ T ■: -• "T 1 ~ >1 ~"~" i^%*^%/»»%%'%%^»%*^»%%^»%%%^»%^ayayaya>%^t > "~7~"~~~~7"~7~"7" Kettle Rendered I LARD! LARD! LARD! | &**& The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has/ap pointed. L. Is. (Airter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration .of. any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this, brand and take no other."-.. Every round Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Honey Will be I RIliF rnn ., T STfIRF ilefanded at the ... BLUE FRONT STORE <HH| ♦+»+♦♦»+»♦♦ 4 »++++♦ ♦♦•♦+♦ ♦♦♦ ♦»♦♦»♦♦ f + ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■ ■f I Just Rec...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

The San Juan Islander o H. < II.VKK. Idn.i. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con densed Form. Ninety American soldiers have died of cholera since the disease broke out in the Philippines. A passenger traiii Jumped the track near Aphton.la., and two trainmen were killed and five seriously injured. Thousand! of people attended the ser vices in Carnegie hall. New York city, Monday, in memory <>f Amos J. Cuni mings. Charles 1.. Dillon, one of the best known sporting men of the Northwest, wai killed in a runaway accident while driving a trotting horse in from the track at Helena. Senor Villegas, formerly president of Santo Tomas, Philippine Islands, has t**en sentenced to 20 years inipricon ment for violating in several instances hie oath of allegiance to the United Staates. Columbian government troop* took the town of Aqua I>ulce without resist ance. President Mitc...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

PORTLAND'S FIXE .REGON METROPOLIS SUSTAINS HEAVY DAMAGE. Blocks on the East Side Water Front Totally Destroyed, and Tw o Bentt of a Bridge Collapsed, pree Swimming Baths Rescued by a Steamer. }\, r tland, Or., June 23.—A disastrous Ire has swept ten blocks of the east W\ . water front, caused a damage esti- L t M at $500,000. The Maze started in Wolff & Zwick -'g ir«>n works at 11 p. m., when the | arm of nre was turned in the flames wt , rr already breaking through the Irlim . structure and a great mass of (moke was pouring skyward. Before the fire department reached the scene t l 1( . conflagration had burst in every (Urection and was sweeping through the inflammable material at a rapid rate. Hogue's sawmill, south of the iron works was next attacked, and the Mad ison street bridge caught. Within two blocks fo the tire are the oil tanks of the Standard Oil Company, and to pre vent the spread of the flames to this point, the tire department directed its neatest effort*. The ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

San j(uan Islander THK ISI.ANDEU CO.. Publishers. O. H. CUL.VKK, Editor and Manager. Entered at the poetolßce in Friday Barbor as second class mail matter. Subscription Trice. - »1-~.0 Per Year The Official Paper ol Sap-Juan County. Clubbing Ltot — To all raberril ers paying one year in advance and stream, it' any) the follow- , ing named publications are ottered, to* L"tli«T with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, [/..: ISI.ANPKK and Penttle Post-lntelliseucer, semi-weekly, S»oo Seattle Times, weekly, .... j.Bo North west Horticulturist .... 1.(0 New York Tribune Farmer - • - I.So >cvv York Trtbime Review ... - 1.80 New York Tribune, »rt-weekly, - - 2.10 Thricc-a-Wcek S. Y. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade 1.60 Detroit Free PreM semi-weekly, • - s.oo S. F. Rxaniaet weekly, ... 2.50 S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2 <«. Chicrttfo Inier-t)cfa:i, weekly, - - 2. 1: st Paul Pioneer Pre*s, weekly, - - s.oo Montreal Family Herald and Star ... a.oo Form and Fireside, - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

Local and personal j ss****"^^ "■"■'- ■■ -■'-' -"'■-■>■"■ '.".;-. John Wold went to Seattle Thursday. Nellie Sweeney returned home Monday from Seattle.^;^ Mr and Mrs. F. A. Simpson went to s '. t 'l Saturday fora little ; visit with! s and friends, returning M0u .....,,tet1— A girl for general house .!.' \'o washing, Correspond at ivit'h Mrs. V. C. Smith, 212S Wai " ut slre et, Whatcom, Wash." 26-3t , Mi j; I!AY AND OLGA , lt inucd from Eighth page) I .]-■ ,\xi>Kii last wi'L-k. Theownprswy vI . )U ,.ti cil it fur a number of years ' | 1:IS .. ,< sweiued to spread and they [ tM.insUicred it serious. 1)1 ,'U HARBOR Don't f»>rsct the Fourth at Orcas. '. Tin' larjje cut worm is here a<;ain. prospects arp good for bountiful crops Bfall kinds. ]>„;, r !', ;n*son has bought two fine Durham cows. .Mrs. I. 1" Kiiby visited the bay cities 'during the week. Mrs. i'•'>', of Seattle, Is visitine relatives md friends here, Tl, ero was some wet hay in this neigh j>orhood Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

mn ijuhh hediatioh CHAPTER XXl—Continued. Ralph left the king's presence full of gratitude and hope. Hut he had charged himself with another duty, a more perilous one afuthe event proved. In his intercouse with the disaffected, it had come to Ralph's knowledge that the chancellor-archbishop was an object of intense and widespead hatied; and remeinlH'ring the ties of blood, and the obligation of some acts of kindness, he conceived it to he his duty with what delicacy he could, to give the great man warning of the threat? muttered against him, and to p'ead with him for concili ation. All human passion concentrates it self on human objects, and the wrath of the peasantry, although the product of evil institutions rather than special- It evil men, had fastened its-elf on a few great officials, of whom Sudbury wan the chief. He had become in the popular imagination a ?ort of monster, in whom was incarnate all the heart- IStMMM and cruelty, all the chicanery and greed from which poor men ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

Dragged^Down Feeling In ! be vou cness, unrefreshing sleep, despon deJ!Cfs"time you were doing something. m, kidneys were anciently ■■; called : the In your case they are holding the re'n«7w driving you into serious trouble. Hood's Sarsaparilta ith the most direct, beneficial effect Aftf h r kidneys. It contains the best : ,\nd °Vst substances for correcting and tonJng ll( . M organs. The Letter "E." ay' j? the most common letter. In 1 fiOO letters "c" occurs 137 times in English) 184 tiroes in French, 145 in gp nish, 178 in German. Pepper and Cream. \ dash of black pepper, says an old housekeeiier, greatly improves vanilla ice cream. \ bottle of Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a Medicine Cheat in itaelf: it cures pain in every form. 50 cents at druggists. The North Side of a Tree The side of a tree on which most of the mow i> found is the north. If the tree be exposed to the sun, its heaviest and longest limbe will be on the south tide. Slinkf Into Tout Slio<p« Allen's Foot-Kane. A po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 June 1902

I San luan Island j! ] i Outside of County Scat (' | i 1 i SAN JUAN VALLEY * Ben Dorjey returned home from Ana cortes last week.. (ieo. W. Smith loft last week fora Visit in Port Towllsi nil. George Beck and George Frank have returned from Seattle. • *. , * • < . *- ?•.♦<„> .•- Mrs. stoddart, of Seattle,.is visiting her parent),, Mr. an) Mrs. Beck. , . Alfred Douglas chipped 240 sacks of grain to Whatcom last week. ._.,.;• .*.•.." 'w . . John Reed has returned from a vi.sit in Port Townsond and vicinity. > Mm. Sullivan, of .Port Williams, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Taylor. . Mrs. Jno. Buckley hi viniting her daugh ter, Mrs. Clougli, in Port Townsend. , • ■ . ' -'i ■■■ ■'.*-.'. .. Mrs. Wood, of Loper., and Mrs. Flint. of Port Towr.send, are visiting at S. Mer ri field's. > Mrs. 11. Cowell arrived a few days ago from California for a visit at the Cowell j lime works. . Mrs. C. Coghlan and children came down from Seattle last week for a visit with Mr. Coghlan at the Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

Che Ban "Juan Islander. VOL. XII. N.E.CHURCHILL \ \ Successor to the J SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY; ' \ j joi! e I Mowing Machine Fs E I 9 Piano Make—Chain Drive . i f , .'.■ . _ -■■( ' HAYING TOOLS, ALL KINDS j_ _ ~ 5 Headquarters for J i Hardware, Tinware, Paint \ i —— ——— ♦ i Some Exceptional Bargains in Ladies', r Misses' and Children's Shoes — ! — — f Largest Store in San Juan } Count v. _ —— - i Kettle Rendered ; I IPO! LARD! LARD! • and Guaranteed LHHUI LHHUI LHriUl - Strictly Hn The McGhle Dressed Meat, Company, of Everett, baa ap pointed L. B. Carter solo agent for San Juan County for its Pare Kettle Rendered Lard'absolutely free from adult eratioti of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LAUD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Tom Money Will be nine rnnuT STDRF Refunded at tie ... BLUE F3OHT STORE \ I Just Received | ♦ . a fall ii, of ■ —— *^\ I SHIRT WAISTS ♦ /,V^'; , ■' ;v'. ■ - + ♦ in the Latest Styles, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

The San Juan Islander O H. (lI.VIR, Fdit.r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con densed Form. Seven men are missing from a steam er which sank near Clereland, (). Employers granted the demands of Chicago "job printer* and averted a M irke. The steamer Nellie <;. Thnraton, re ported leet, ha* arrived safely at Nan* aimo. I>. C. There i* do change in the condition ..1 the coal strike situation in the athra cite regions. Sunday wa> i day of inteiceagional service* in the United Kingdom (or tin* recovery of King Edward. The long droutli in Texas has been broken by heavy ruins. Officer* of tli«' Sunday school eonven lidii at Denver report their organization iii good condition. There is now little doubt thai the tour American teachers missing on Cebn have been murdered. Secretary Koot has Issued an order for the establishment of the army war college at Washington, I». (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

UTAH CITY GONE ciMOUS MINING CAMP PRACTIC ALLY DESTROYED plre That Started From an Ex l,iion—Flames (! Spread So Rap ijly That People Had *o Flee for Their Lives and Little Property >Vas Saved. Salt Lake, June 26.—Mercur. the J.|t cyanide gold camp, and the second mining town in Utah;' was prac ic-lllv wiped out of existence by fire. j^e orijrin of the fire remains a mys i rVi beyond the fact that it began with ij' explosion of some kind about 9 in the morning; in the upper story of the preble block. Not less than 40 or 50 itort .. have been completely destroyled, and there is not a single store left in the camp. The people are in a desti tute and pitiable condition. At least i 000 are without food and shelter. „,,v Wells and Mayor Thompson, of Salt Lake, were appealed to for Im mediate assistance. Fully 80 per cent, of the town has been destroyed. Not one business house remains, and scores upon scores of dwell ings have been completely destroyed. All available vehicles of every ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

San jfua^ Islander THE ISLANDER CO., Publishers. O. H. Cll.vi.R Kditor and MfuagCT ~Kntered at the postoftlee. in Friday Harbor as second elans mail matter, i Subscription Trice, - »1.50 l>r Y''»r The Official Paper ol San Juan County. .■ Clubbing Mat »- To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) ltt« folio ing named publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKR and Scnttlc Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, Ja.po Seattle Times weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist ■ - • . - i-&» New York Tribune Farmer ... 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - - i.So New York Tribune, 'ri-weekly, • - a.io Thricca-Week N. Y. World, - - - a.oq Toledo Blade, .----- I-6" Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - ' - 3.00 S. K. Kxaminer, weekly, ... a.50 S. P. Bulletin! Sunday edition, - - a.oo Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - a. 15 St. I'aul Pioneer I'rrss, weekly, - - a.og Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 1. 00 H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

Load, and Qereonal 1 , g Huckett arrived yesterday from Portland' Misses Ruby and .Edith Rose have from a visit with frieuds in Whatcom. ■ v-- ,■;.'■-. Martin Rethlefsen was granted a di vorce from his wife in the superior court Tuesday. -. ' -.: c v. and Mrs. • Henry Harpst atr ell( | e ,l the Epworth League conven tion at Whatcum last week. ' Mrs. J*3- Ro* an(* suns_Graham and Hiiir'i returned the first of the week from Portland, accompanied by Mrs. Lai' niece, Miss. McKay, +—.f ;'.-V." (J 11. Driygs returned Friday from a business trip to Seattle—4md to have more goods, for people must eat, you j. uo \y, and have things to wear. Next Sabbath, both moping and evening Dr. Harpst will preach on the ('Dealings of Providence With the Auiorieau People and Government." Oljja will celebrate the Fourth with it flag raising nnc\ appropriate literary pxeroinesat the new school house. JRev. Mas-ev, of Eust Sound, will deliver the principal address. — ♦ John Dorley has sold out his black smit...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

vVr vHf WT v«f *yf y/9w Yr Iff V>F ifr t/tW yMr \lv tHw vlf vlr 1 MINI IMIDEIOn HEDUTIOII BY WILLIAM MINTO. i CHAPTER XXll—Continued. Blackheath was their rendezvous: and soon after midday on Wednesday i the two main bodies surged on to the heath, the Rochester division having crossed Shooter's Hill, the Maidstone division advancing by L'ltham. In nothing was the capacity of their lead ers letter shown than In the-simple ar rangements that had been made for the I prevention of confapfon. The disposi tion of the huge crowds was geographi- ■ cal: the men frotn the various him-; dre.ls, m<>9t of them personally known to one another, keeping together under a chief previously agreed upon. Kach hundred had its standard and standard ; bearer. Very rude affairs some of these stan-lards were, hut they were known to the men of the locality and served to keep them together. Mounted mar shals galloped hither and thither, and l saw to it thtt thoM bodiM did not ■ press too closely toget...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

Scrofula r f * are entirely free from it. ' » ativ disturbance during the whole #riodof ihildhood. „ mar then produce irregularity of the «rh and bowels, dyspepsia, catarrh, fUT marked tendency to consumption a manifesting itself in much cutaneous Mf°n rrion or glandular Bwelling. cr T, « N«t to be sure that you are quite ,i from it, and for its complete eradica g you can rely on ffood's Sarsaparilla jbe best of all medicines for all humors. Bad Family Example. Brown— I don't like to, read tales which show that geniuees were once unruly children. Jones— .:.;.'.'■ BroW n—They merely encourage lazy parents to believe that their unruly children will all turn out geniuses.— Detroit Free Press. ;- . / ADVANCE IN PRICES. Brdcr Twine Market Rises Half • Ctitt and li Still on the Up Grade Confirming predictions in our former comments on Binding Twine, prices have advanced one-half cent per pound on all prades. This advance is made on the ftrong position of the fiber market, and indications ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 July 1902

Orcae Island KAST SOIND Tin- government launch was in our Harbor Friday. Joe llarrisc)), of Seattle, has arrived to Spend bis vacation with hi* grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j. P. Harrison. Mrs. P. Barnes, Of Seattle, citnir up Monday to spend the tth with her parents Mr. and Mrs. lames Tullock. • • .■ v* Mrs. Taylor ami sons Vernon i\'id George left oiftiib Buckeye Saturday for Whatcom to spend the fourth. Geo. Whltely who has beta working lor (*. H. Biixtoii for some time left on the Buckeye Saturday to work on a lish trap. I Mrs. W. A; 1 Mackey and .daughter Florence, of Wbatcn><n, are upending i lew days with the faintly of C. I*. Bnxton. ; Mrs. Cham, Iluddlcsbn returned homo Friday from Alki point.where, she has been visiting friends for lira last live IM'liS. , Mrs. Roys and her daughter Mrs. Hanks of Portland Ore., sister and neioa of Mr* j.uiiKT Sutherland, have arrived to spend the Miuuner at the Easi Sound House. Mr. and Mrs. St.iatznnd sons Karl and Stanley, of Seattle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 July 1902

Ox San J\&t\ Islander. VOL. XII. N.E.CHURCHILL I v 5 J! Successor to the J > SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, |[ "!!, Mowing Machine j 'S' I \ Piano Make-Chain Drive f I HAYING TOOLS, ALL KINDS ~ J € —-Headquarters for • J I Hardware, Tinware, Paint I Some Exceptional Bargains in Ladies', <J Misses' and Children's Shoes U* J Largest Store in San Juan <[ J County. <j J ,' $ 0 i r 1 LARD! LARD! LARDJ] • «ZT The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, or Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Yonr Money Will be _ I Refanded at tHe ... \ BLUE ™ STORE | '+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ '♦♦ ♦ ♦ 4 ♦♦+4»»> ♦ H.» ♦ H ♦ M ♦ ♦ H ♦ ♦ M ♦ H ♦ ♦ ♦ j We Offer You | t ; = = ~ : :: I The Best $2.50 Full-Stock, :: I **> i Oil-Grain Men's Shoe 0n..., :j ■> -...

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