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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

DARKEST BT H. SBATT Copyrtcht. M, by Straat Now fur the flrtt time Kathenne saw that she had committed a atupld blunder in sending the letter, but (be aaw also that Ilda was thoroughly In her power. "You hear, general, you hear," she cried, pointing to Ilda. ' There she stands, arrested this morn ing. She Is a traitor an assassin! You are the minister of police. Act at oace. Sentence her now I demand It!" "Stop," cried Cobb, "there Is no prioof on which to sentence her." "Pardon." said Radaloff, advancing. "Where this girl was captured there was found a mine, a score of dyna mite bombs, and a tunnel leading to the street along which bis majesty the emperor was to bare passed to day." "It Is enough," triumphantly ex claimed Karslcheff. "Ilda Barosky, you have been found plotting the as sassination of the czar. I sentence you to ten years' Imprisonment in. Si beria!" "Good Ood, man," cried Cobb, "you are Inhuman on such testimony to pass a sentence like that!" The baroness, overcome b...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

Jackson Herald. KKl'V'BLICAN IS POLITICS. B. F. LUSK I'vumhiikh Cntorrd at the Dontofflr it Jackson. Mo, at (oond-elniw matter November 4. 17. Terms for the Hehai.d are n fol ows: For one year i-00 Six months u Three months 30 riiosrs: Office Residence Apvebtisino Ratks: Lornl (c nor lino rach Insertion, rrofcssionnl Card $5 per year. Leiil Advert Ke menu lettal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON, MO., Jl'LY 27. 190. T jt T7M Cure Constipation IjAX'rUkS and all stomache troubles bv removing the cause. Price sot S. H. WINSTEAO MED. CO. Paduaah, Ki. VERY LOW KATES TO PORTLAND AND NOliTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS and return, via IRON MOUNTAIN AND MISSOURI PACIFIC Tickets on sale Mav 2:'.rd to September .50th, linal re turn limit of ninety days, not exceeding November :50th. Liberal stop-overs both ways. For full information ad dress P. AV. WlUGlIT, Traveling Passenger Aent, St. Louis, Mo. I qi a wa a ocxBD n u n I Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. GoiiiK South. Goliif N...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

"Theodore Roosevelt' By Herman E. Miller, graduate of Millerville High School of Class of 1905: No people on this earth have more cause to be thankful than the Americans, for we have one of the strongest governments on the globe. It is upright and hon orable. No nation ever so small has any need of fear from us, nor can any strong nation single us out as a subject for insolent aggressions. This strength and integrity, was obtained by placing the affairs of the government in hands capable of commanding these virtues. A little less than half a cen tury ago, was born an infant destined to become one of America's greatest men. 1 refer to our worthy president, Theo dore Roosevelt, who, by the unanimous choice of the Repub lican party and the assistance of many Democrats, was chosen president of the United 8tates last fall by one of the biggest majorities this country ever rolled up. Theodore Roosevelt was reared in what we might consider well- to-do circumstances, yet he was a man of the...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 27 July 1905

Has Stood the Test 25 Years. The old, original Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what you are taking. It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge as a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph II. Howard. Cheerfully KeeoinineiHleil for Hlieninatisni. O. G. Higbee. Danville, Ills., writes. Dec. 2, l'.tQl : "About two 'years ago 1 was laid up for lour months with rheumatism. 1 ; tried Ballard's Snow Liniment:! one battle cured me. I can cheer-, fully recommend it to all suffer-! ing from like affliction." 2oc, ' 50c. 81.00. For sale by DR. S. ' E. WOODS, druggist. Horses and Mules for Sale. For horses and mules apply at the Jackson sale stable. Always have on hand a good selection of country horses and mules. Schade & Query, Jackson, Mo. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refun...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

Jackson BUeeald, VOL. VIII. .1 ACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, am. NO. 38 Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. TOE Go to ... .. . ''rVirtnnr . vt, ..... Wl," - - LOCAbS SLSLSLJLMSULSLSLSLSLSLSlJLlZSLaJSJ Wheat 80o to-day. Regular term of county court meets next Monday. J. J. McNeely of Fruitland was in Jackson last Saturday. Mra. John P. Mabrey is attend ing the chatauqua at Dexter. Dres.i making at Morgan Sis tors'. Tiie city council meets in regu lar session next Monday night. Mace Snider and Sam Lanpher of Whitewater were in town Tues day Cigars, best quality, at Trie-key's drug store. A. K. Byrd and family are at tending the chatauqua at Dexter this week. N. M. Davis is quite sick at his home near Fruitland with ap pendecitis.. Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. Col. T. W. Birmingham is spending :i low days at the Dex ter chatauqua. Kev. J. J. Lovett is assisting the pastor of the Marble Hill cir ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

The "Bluebird Ko trirfM ft.iki of h-a tMi'n Mho. MiiV!imNl ii'd of la w n imr Iurs, li rt rum t.tet n our I m k Ami tho ky upnn our wtnu; lr i.1r-o'it !priti, vnu !"titp Sn vphfrr f mm my il.u linn' yo; N''.it: i !a ' v-i tppy chin. iJot rm luNMi B KutiLst tin- shy.' O .ah aiur humblel re. M.' tin- liiwuMr of thn Smith? "lV-wlppy rMiv slit- hltli-hrll rt-; lio.i rvwi on her mouth." O. you tiny turMiioisr tr.imp, l"itl srinl mil rot' ui me? " - ippv, u w ii-iri'tl -Inlet S!t4 .nt. nr.it that is inc." TH f-TiiV.m visitor 1 -in;. a heartu'. lit h flng Of thv l.lf' on hi limn . t A:! tho iky upon hiM wine -H-'nrx I.. KituM Ir; X.itfnn.tl M.imztntT a?' ti'oi r,g!:t. l?o:.. by The conception was perfect, but whore throughout all Kurope was to lc found the model? In bis thoughts. Margolius carefully went over tho list of models that he know. One or two came nearly to the standard he had ot for this piece, but not quite. He traveled, visiting the principal cities of France. Italy and German...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

A VETERAN OF THE BLACK HAWK, MEXICAN AND THE CIVIL WARS. - MTU '3 h -? ;. t CAPT. W.W. JACKSON. SuTrting ivere frotracted and Sever 'Tried hx-ery A'notfn Remedy Without Xelief Seriou Stomach 'J'roubU Cured by 7 tret JJoltlet of Feruna t Capt. W. W. .Tacltson, 705 O St., N.W., WaMiinpton, I). ('., writes: "1 am eljjhty-three years old, a vet eran of the Mack Hawk, Mexican and the Civil Wars. I am by profession a physician, but abandoned the name. "Some yean ago I was seriously at' fected with catarrh of the stomach. My sufferings were protracted and severe. I tried every known remedy without obtaining relief. In desperation I began the use of your Peruna. I began to realise Im mediate though gradual Improvement. "After the use of three bottles every appearance of my complaint was re moved, and I have no hesitation in recommending It oa an Infallible rem edy for that disorder." W.W. .lack son. Address Dr. S. II. Hartman, President of The 11 art man Sanitarium, Colum bus, Ohio. buffalo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

Jackson Hekalp. KEri'BMCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK.... . 1'ini.isiiKH Fntrrrc 1 the potoWr Jrmmi, Mo. I innd-i-lmu niHttr November 4. 1M7. Terms for the Herald are as fob For one year. . 1.00 Six months SO Throe months Vthrr Kettdencr. Apvkrtisinu Ratks: Local He per lino each insertion. Professional Card per year. Local Advertise njents lepafrates. liisplay ad rate made known on application. Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wan'i make a ?hump bck itril jht. nlther will It mike a short l Ion,' but H lcdt toft bont and heals diseased ben and Is among ine tew genuine means or recovery in tickets ana bone consumption. Send for fire umnU. srorr a hownk. chmin 409-41; Hnrl Slrcct, N York. $uc. tod I.oo; ell druggists. I ! means or recovery in m consumption. I for frre ampl. I HOWNK, Chrml.H, I 1, N.wYork. I Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cape Girardeau, Mo. JACKSON. MO.. A I 'til" ST 3. Mi:.. DIRECTORY. It'VNTY IMKKITOKY. Vr.-d. K. KieS ... l;.mhnrd co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

Horses and Mules for Sale. For horses and mules apply at the Jackson sale stable. Always have on hand a good selection of country horses and mules. Bchade & Query, Jackson, Mo. Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge as a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel. Dr. Joseph H. Howard. Court Directory County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson TUl'KTEES SALE OF REAL ES TATE 11 Y SHERIFF. Whereas, "n the 22nd day of May. l'.t. W. (J. Thompson and SoiilironiH Thompson, liiiHlmn1 and wife, by thi'ir certain deed of trut, recorder! In bjok "V," HKe 287. In the Inncl record; of (ije Girardeau county, Miatourl, conveyed to Jownh Koeh ler, trumoe, the following ileNcrihed real eKtate, oilunte, I.vIiik and bt'lntf In the county of Cape Girardeau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

The Herald. is r. i.rsK. riiisiT. .1 ( KScN MlSSOlIU Bob Fltxsimnions Is getting old, but bis typewriter work Is still very fast. "Homely girls ar always amiable," ays au authority. Homely girls have. 10 ie. The lust way to rhow a respect for .ri'th is to be kindly disposed to hi ho Is in error. A parson of Put:e won II. .100 at .'aro the other night. Ho must be a Vaut of a parson. "Is married life dull?" None but tho married can tell, and they can't be expected to admit it. The sultan of Turkey Is 111. The probability Is that some of his "hor mones" have pone on a strike. An item says lavender drives away mosquitoes. That sotf.es It; In future we sprinkle our lawn with lavender. Consider the nerve of the young man who will have himself photo graphed ia his rowing or sprinting u!t. King Alfonso gives promise of be ing as strenuous as any of them when he has added a few years to his string. The latest dance is a combination of the jig, clop and waltz. How many drinks are necessary in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

"The Dear Old Days." Olmmo back the dear old days all the boy In line "Boy Mood on the burnln' dock," an' "HIiiRen on tho Rhine!" " 'Twi mlilnluht ; In IiIh guarded tent" wn apoko It hleh and low. Whllo Mary trolled out Hint Inmh "whose fleece wua white as snow!" Gimme hark the dear old days that Mcm'ry loves to keep. With "I'llot, 'tin a fearful night there's danger on the deep!" The old -lime, awkward gestures the Jerk, meant for a bow We said thnt "Curfew should not ring," but Lord, It'a rlnvlii' now! tilmmn bnrk the dear old diys the path way throuKti the dell To tlio nrhoolhotimi In the blosaoms; the hoiiihI of far-off bella Tlnkllir Yroat the meadows; the song of the bird an' brook; Tho olil-timn dictionary, un" tl Ulue iiack Hpellln' book! none, like a dream forever! A clty'a hid the ptare Where. Mood the oP log gchoolhouae; an' no. familiar face la em II In' there In welrome beneath a inornln' sky Thete'a a bridge nrront the river: arp we've cruHsed. nn' auld "good-by!" Atla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 August 1905

ranummT-irih nrr rm v a itirrimiTTT!"nTift,(iiTijiniTimnTrri urn i nriTr-nrm rrin iTrcTTrr ijinjai. LWLi.o:JiiJuiLiM'.jLiiwiijBiBjMiwiiroMiMwwiwHiiFiilw im wmmwwrf iwiiifflmwiiiwiHPi mm Kffi 0 Pi d This sale is for Cash or Produce onlv. This is a Clearing Sale, therefore some things may In- sold mt if you wait too 1 hilt. Come earlv. The conditions of this sale a iv such that you can not help Itut save money on the greater part of you;1 purchases. VJ AL 2333 mm in A feast of bargains is here spread before you. Goods that will please at economical prices. This sali is a necessity with us and an opportunity to train for vou. Thursday, August 3, globes Saturday, August 119 Near the close of the summer season we Hi id on hand more Summer Goods than will he possible for us to sell before the close of the season if we should try t sell them in the regular way, at a profit. So we will take off the profit and just try to pet our money out of them, which we can then use in buying Fall Goods ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

The JAGIKN HERALD, VOI VIII. .JACKSON, MISSOUKI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 10, 110J. NO. 311 Go to Klein's for Buggies, Road and Bike Wagons;- Surries, Saddles, Harness Whips, Etc., Etc. i nr mm wwttsv mnnnnnrviPN I LOCALS I Wheat 80c to-day. Probate court meets next week. Circuit court convenes in Jack eon Monday, Aug. 28. Dread making at Morgan Sis ters'. K. V. Flentge of the Cape, was in Jackson last Friday. Mrs. Henry Behrens and chil dren, of De Soto, are visiting in this city. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. Editor Neator of the Capo Re publican had business in Jackson last Friday. The base ball game here last Sunday stood 11 to 9 in favor of the Capo. Rev. J. J. Ijovett will preach Sunday morning at the Method ist church on "Baptism." Klein's is the place for wagon and buggy harness and saddles. L. B. Towner, of the Western Newspapt- "r.ion, nf St. Louis, gave us the benefit of his pres ence last Friday. Dr. Charles of St. Louis, uncle of Mrs II. L. Junes, preached an ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

I t Tw.t noMrmm at breakfast,. otico fnce to face wcr1 !ot; Anil ono of tliem wns hungry. Ami int wns dpp In (Vlt. 'i li latter was the on who Tho Mil for both wouM k' Hojui-.' thkt lit tie briMklust was The r:mnt of a hot. "My Mats ml Rarter!" hiprnd Th host. "I've nevor met 80 ttrribto an nppetlt1 .lust ?hm that tVIIow t-t Hi belt out two more tiotrhon, Am) wolf that omrlrtto:" iiu I. who jtvrf anl walrhod them. Wept ttar drope, big itml wet. Of laughter for 'twas funny, And rrmkos mo ftlRtfln yet. Oh' surety 1 ahnll never That Joyous night foriret To see that worried viscount The esgs the baronet: Cleveland Leader. lASMAITOCIIWi; (Copyright. 1905. by He was such a recklccs dare devil of a man, this Jack I-angdon. who wooed by main strength and would not take "No" for an answer. "Meet me." he bad written, "Meet tno at the Suvesne reception. After wards we will go to the cotillion and from there " He had left the rest expressively blank. Pearl Horton had read the note once, twice, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. An Ohio Fruit Baiter, 78 Years Old, Cured of a Terrible Case after Ten Yean of Suffering. Sidney Justus, fruit dealer, of Men tor, Ohio, nays: "I was cured by Doans Kidney 11 1 Is of ft severe case of kidney trouble, of eight or ten yean' standing. I suf fered the most severe backache and other pains In the region of s.dxst the k J d n e y g. These were especially severe when stooping to lift anything and often I could hardly straighten my back. The aching was bad In the day time, but Just as bad at night, and I was always lame In the morning. I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. The urinary passages were painful and the secre tions were discolored and so free that often I had to rise at night I felt tired all day. Half a box served to re lieve me, and three boxes effected permanent cure." FoBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents. I.ts of women are up to date In verythlng except their birthday...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

Jackson Herald. KKITBL1CAS IS ri'UTKH. H. F. Ll'SK . . . l'VKUl'UEi: rrtorpf si tlif niioW'e at .l.,Kcn. Mo. a. i-.ud--li mttr SoTrn.Vii r . 1M7. fur the Tlr.itAi.P are as foi- Term For one year. . Civ mi .nt lis . . . Three months 30 1.00 .SO tifllor Krndnrr. 149 142 We like best to call SCOTT'S EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically fur jicrfuc-t nutrition. And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite, of giving new strength to the tissues, especially to the nerves, its action is that of a medicine. Send lor Ire ..mpl. SCOTT HOWNK, Cheml.ti, 409-41S I'rarl Street, New York. 50c.amiy1.ool all drugirii ta. V btf.andli rmi 111 Hruvvlitt. X. Apvkrtisino Ratks: Locals tie rer line each insertion. Professional Card 5 per year. Lepal Advertise-njpnts-lPjral rates. 1 isnlay ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO.. AtV.rsT 10. m DIRECTORY. (VfMV P1UKCTOKY. Kr-d. K. Kies lU-ruhard (iockel. (' L. 'tirant .1 . K. Sehniiike .1. W. Miller. . Kejircsentative Sheriff Collecto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

Resolutions of Respect. OmVrof JnrUxin Kxi'lmiiKK Hank. .Iiickmiti, Mo., Auk. Whereas, Jefferson W. Lim baugh departed this life at hi9 home in this city, on the 31st day of July, 190i). And whereas, Mr. LimbHUgh was a director of this bank continuously from the date of its organization to the time of his death and was at that time its vice-president and legal adviser. Now, therefore, be it resolved by the board of directors of the Jackson Exchange bank, at a meeting duly called by its presi dent for that purpose, and held at their office in said bank building on the 8th day of August, 1905. That in his untimely death his family will feel deeply the loss of a kind, loving and indulgent hus band and father. The community in which he lived a positive and determined, ' though careful and conservative, In trust to twcur the tmyinent of a rru- ,,,. certain promissory note therein par- citizen. This bank a safe coun- ticilllirIj ,j,;!.rib,.,i: HnrJ, whereas, eellor, a thoughtful director ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

The Herald. 1!. V. I. Oh. l'liMiier. .t.( hsoN MlSSOl HI. Wo wonder if the rroi If up on Mars had as much trouble digging their canals. There is no such word as graft In the Japanese language. Thy Just use tho word theft. A ten-pest In a teapot is a small rtf fair when compared with a revolution la a bowl of soup. "Should a woman wear a hat fot two seasons?-' asks a contemporary She bould, but she won't. It odd, Imt quite true, that a ham mock is far more comfortable with two persons in it than with one. John Jacob Astor says the automo bile will be succeeded by the air ship. And still the horse has not gone. Newport now has tvo babies each worth in its own name $10.000.000 or less than you would take for yours. Kanp Yu Wei. head of the Chinese Iteform Association, is in New York. This sounds even more serious tuan the boycott. Throe hundred thousand people vis ited Coney Island last Sunday. The devil continues to regard vacations as unnecessary. Afi eastern man has succeeded In bre...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

In Woerfe Interests Woman Freed of One Burden. "There no direction In which votmm have won more freedom than .In their skirts," said a dressmaker. "Just look at the lightweight affairs -thof wear to-day and then think of thu creations we used to wear twenty years ago. The woman of to-day In sists that she needs perfect freedom in walking and she will not look at a heavy skirt. "Rven in winter weather she wears mohair, which is about as light as material can be, unless it Is sheer utiinimsr stuff. And this she has made tmort and with a flare at the bottom se it won't interfere with her feet. Hvea broadcloth and lady's cloth are falling into disfavor because they are considered too heavy, "foot look at the matter of linings, too. We used to think we must line every ekirt, and in the bottom we put a broad strip of heavy haircloth and then some canvas. Sometimes we put haircloth way up to the knees and produced an affair that was a per fect trial to wear. Now a skirt Is sel dom lined an...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 August 1905

R Ok. -few I.: no cssa ran n Y SODS COMPANY'S EMM!! BR i THISSALK is FOR CASH OH VUOUVCK ONLY. as gra A FEAST OF UAKUA1NS IS HKKK Sl'KKAl) KEFOKK YOU. SALE IS NOW GOING ON AND CLOSES SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. Hundreds of dolhirs worth of just such Goods as are now in bi- demand, can now he houiiht at Bargain Prices. .. .-. Don't miss this Wig Bargain Opportunity. Clothes Pins Krm;1 hrtul vs,'lul t H'le. Hi'iinilg !'1M' tier !i; I C Table Oil Cloth ?rur SiTa,u'' worth I'Oc. clear-in- I'li'-c. ! y;w 1 5C Children's Fabric Gfoves hj ( withdasjvs ati'l "ill- is worth 2- air. clearing t . .'. l't-r I'i'ir 1 5C Bovs' Brownie Overalls ; ;vitl ,a,ron ill!' ... 19c U:;t.l w.-'i'th '.)'. -.'lull,''' lil'M Laundrv Soap '''.ank's Masc.t s,,aj. 1 at a ri'-.' not niailc ) -;" ,!'-aril:u" Jirii'i'. -1- rnke 1 :C Ladies' Belts "ni; ""r1 1;,,,!s- w,,,',h :!;- 35c !,- i"t Car"-! Sanin!'-.-. -;ri i- nsnl !'ir a luun- 1 't.-.- o!' .T;!-.o. I -;t ; j ! i I'li'-i- one-!,;,!' i'i tl'lilar it:-.-. '' India Lino...

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