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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

19 W ■ • I n i, I kIUT TH> COUCH AMP CURE TH« LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery fOR C ONSUMPTION Prie* OUGHSand 60c &$ 1.00 I0LDS free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TROTJB- T.TtS or HONEY BACK. mMmm DOES THE FUTURE GIVE rIOPE? - 9 Pi®® = DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? ByJW. E. DOYLE. Kidney Trouble Hakes "on Miserable. An Old IWan't Mistake. Because Oliver Powe, a builder, of Ansonia, Conn., put all his prop- erty in his wife's name and she died childless he has lost it all, ac- cording to the probate court s rul- ing, and is left penniless at the age of 72, too infirm to work. Believing that at his wife's death he would be her heir, Mr. Powe had his home and savings, $22,000 in all, trans- ferred to her, so she would have no trouble in getting his estate should he die first. Mrs. Powe died a year ago, her estate was promptly claimed by her relatives and the probate court sustained their claim. Mr. Powe has brought suit for equitable relief. Milli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

,CV '/fry i-i ,v: i'" " WMSSk. WWmV ^ ■'':■'■ .-!r- [. •;■ wjp**: *' ''Pil/'C' v:>/S ," ' ' ' $8* V ;■■■-. ■■■ >"; •SPSS' - > ■ . . .^ . for Rheumatism, Cuts, A Sure Cure sttoE^ Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, stc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation. and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes: " I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than anv medicine or anything I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE QENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

m PK ililf W$wwr i m' m m i; I II i Use for the Aged. An Ohio man who won a prize :iir foretelling the weather was aMe to make such a good record because fie used his father as a barometer. When the old gentleman has a cer- tain kind of ache or pain weather to correspond follows as certainly as a. small boy follows the elephant. To use a, tender old father that way might look cruel and inhuman, but it is not, for the aged one would 'hive the pains anyway, predictions • or no predictions. Of course, were : the son to hang his feeble old father ■wi a nail on the hack porch and con- ■ suit him only when he wanted to 1cnow about the probability of oc- casional shower that would be a trick that could easily be classed as reprehensible. Girl Electrical Engineer. Miss Rose B. Richardson, of Syracuse, N. Y., is the only wo- man electrical contractor in this country, which probably is equiv- alent to saying that there is none other anywhere. Formerly Miss Richardson was a telephone op- erato...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

'W'W' ■m " • 5 « HSE 1$$ K® PART 2 -4 PACES. I (V.< * • * > reo J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia, Texas. . i wtfm , ' State Herald. ■ lr ''■hmm .' N, Y -:v'| K VOL 6. A Letter Major H. A. Boyd, Tehnacana, Texas, lO-lS-Oo, Dear Major: I enclosa you under seperato cover, a presentation of iny views of present issues. I have been charged with bei.ig in favor of the uionied interest as nt^iinst the people. I havealso bca i charged with making a demagogue's appeal to the massej an agait st the elapses. My own concep- tion is, that I Ktand for .what I think, right. When t aacucated the 6oid Standard aga'nst ,the J overwhelm^.,' weivht of popular opinion in the South, I stood for what l /nought right, and I believe today that the adoption of '0 to 1 idenD wonUl liavo most hurt the gieat i.ibovfng masses fIhe same school which taught me to oppose Pro- tective Tariff has also tfwicht .me that the public highways, rail-roads includ- ed, ibelong to the people,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

If; |B m W*' '"'I IB H?1' 1 J \ r] ,/ >. f I ^ : ■-'••' '* V' , ' /i'-•" v-/:• y, S&M •Vy.*;: ; m 'V* ,, , ... V . ■• "... . i ...i J- ~jm J DON'T PUT IT OFF, BUY NOW This Dress Goods Sale Commences Monday NOY. Commencing Monday Morning at 8 O'clock, Karner & Phillips' ^EXTRAORDINARY^ Wool Dress Goods Sale ! Startling Yalues Await your Inspection and Approval, This Will be the Most ic Wool Dress Gooi ips.w This DRESS GOODS SALE lasts SIX DAYS ONLY . Ever Inaugurated in Mexia or Central Texas. We make prices that will save you big money, so don't delay, but come early as all colore can be had also black. This is a Feast of RECORD BREAKING PRICES on Wool Dress Goods for You All Are Rich Values. 75 cent Wool Dress Goeds, 52 inch wide, in a nice assortment of colors, in new and up to date goods, 49c go at- 50 cent Wool Dress Goods in different colors go in 00' n this sale at— - 0u3u 90c. 1,00 and 1,25 Wool dress goods in a big line of CQfl colors and black, go in this sale at...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

•W&itf . 3 i WQ. ■ W SfegBWRSPE^Bfj ■ a *"" pjn ^ „ ■'•■ i«. K i !-■. I ■ I?1.1' 1 '• 5 las 50 10 Dol ■at .00 lave / lave .1 v &B ': ' ♦ ■ >4 Dr. J L. MetoaH DENl181. (4J~Offlce —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvtlilas Hall. Ph.;ne No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS W Bonner is moving- back to hia ol<l stand die house having been finished. W. M. White has returned from a business trip to Dallas. Walter Wood arrived from tho south last evening and stopped off to visit his mother. Wm. Kennedy and Walter Keel- ing were up from (Jroesbeck last nlght on bu8ineeri. Xocal anfc personal ]for the XWncch- See «the parade on Tuesday, Nov. 21st. O 8 Compton was in from Honest Ridge today. Tim sunshine feels mighty good after wet weather we have been having of late. Justice courtis in session| this week trying civil cases. Bring your hides, wool, and beeswax to me and receive highest market price in cash.—C. Felz. John K. Corley has returned from Crockett, where he has been attending court. John R. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

wWfwfgP * wi-.W< ' fflm P.v.. 0M if ) K v Rtllwty Earnings. Fifty million dollars is ati enor- mous sum for a railway to earn in twelve months, but at least six companies exceeded' that amount in 1904. The Pennsylvania sys- tem alone, including leased and proprietary lines separately op- erated, earned 'the vast total of $238,242,000. But next to that the lisit of railway companies which exceeded $50,000,000 in the yeat is as follows with their earnings: (1) Pennsylvania railroad, 3>74® miles, $118,145,000; (2) Southern Pacific Company, $92,933,000; (3) New York Cc-tral c: littdson Riv- er, $78,578,000; (4) Atchison, To- peka & Santa Fe, $68,171,000; (5) Baltimore & Ohio, $! >5,200,000; (6) Chicago & Northwestern (1904-05), $55,745,000; (7) Union J Pacific, $55,279,000. 'i"lie- Chicago, ' Milwaukee & St. Paul, which in • 1904 earned $48,330,000, came within about $200,000-of the $50,- 000^000 mark in the year ending on June 30, 1905. The increase made by the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

" ' Mfwiy ■ !fi*':\ ■"■■■•' V'. . . Ik^XHiififl (Sf'.vt'if PART 8 -4 PAGES. "* 1 11 " 1,1 1 I ee J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia, Texas. Mr II Ire State Herald. vol 6. mexia, texas, thursday november 23, IQ05 No. 47. EJQGC30QC3E3t3^aaaQ I? n fo m \ X, |v>> ' ( l I 1 m EVERY PRICE mads on this page is worthy of your clo- sest investigation if you are after the bEST at a saying. MEN'S CLOTHING. LISTEN! Wo have bunched to- gether n lot of Mens Fine Suits, values up to $16.50 now only 12.98 Values pp to 15 .00 at low price of THE HOUSE THAT KEEPS NEW STYLISH MERCHANDISE! On Saturday, Nov. 25, we begin a SPECIAL SALE, Continuing Until Saturday Night, December 2nd 7 DAYS OF BARCA1J\S! We are valuj gtvera every day, and fully understand the word—BARGAIN. You know we don't do things by halves. When we mako Special Prices they are Real Genuine Barga ns. Our goods are marked right and a CUT IN PRICE means some- thing to you. We never disappoint. Got plenty g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

IRS !'M «l ■SPED PIT LIFE —That's what a prominent druggist said of Scott's Emulsion a short time ago. As a rule we don't use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public, but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec- tion with Scott's Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note. From infancy to old age Scott's Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im- proper and weak develop- ment, restoring lost flesh and vitality, and repairing waste. The action of Scott's Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul- sion itself. What it does it does through nourish- ment—the kind of nourish- ment that cannot be ob- tained in ordinary food. No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scott's Emulsion and gather good from it. We will send you a sample free. Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists 409 Pari St., N. Y. 50c. ind $1; all druggists...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

I - SI \ \. /V FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. * No. H014. REPORT OF THE CONDI- TION OF THE First National Bank OF MEXIA, At Mezia, in the State of Texas, at the close oi business, Nor. 9,1905. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $69,520 64 Overdrafts, securcd and unse- cured .? 12,144 22 U.S. bonds to secure circula- tion 12,500 00 Stocks, securities, etc <5,0U) 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 2,181 45 Other real estate owned 27,310 72 Due from national banks (not reserve agents) 1,998 82 Due from state banks&bankers 3,602 93 Due from approv'd reserve agts 74,957 28 Checks and otl-er cash items 1,199 35 Notes of other national banks 3,000 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents 371 90 Lawful money reserve in bank viz: Specie 5,615 75 Legal tender notes, 14,002 00-19,617 75 .Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer (5 percent of cir- cVation 625 00 Tv al $235,096 C6 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

I h State Herald Matwd «verj Thursday by M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. Babberlptlon, per year, 91.00 In tared at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter The quarantine against New Orleans has been raised. Now you can go and come at will, Shows are good judges of pros- perous towns. There were three shows in Mexia yesterday and all of (hem did good business. A. 8. Busy the man charged with defaulting the tunds of the Rusk penitentiary, was conyicted at Crocket Monday and given a three years term in the pen. plow under everything in the snape of vegetation in the fields to roduoe the ohanoes of hibernation for tbe insect. Reports from the west the effect that the Irish crop is mighty short, it be a good idea to plant are to potato might a few tubers this season- but a few. -not'too many The American Federation of Labor has declared itself in favor of woman suffrage] on the theory that women must be permitted to vote to reach the level of men in the matter of wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

•I 5^ ,C&£5i wm KfTT' TTT I N % I Ti ./ r \ #>4 COMPARE OUR PRICES ON- GRANITE WARE And then Wonder how WE CAN AFFORD IT. ONE REASON. Our Bnyers being in the ^Eastern Mirketa continually, he is able to buy goods FAK CHEAPER tban our competetors can through drummers and catalogues.] / The 5 Big Wholesale Dry Goods Houses of St, Louis threw open their doors a few days ago and Five Million Dollars worth of Staple Merchandise was thrown on the Market for One Week at Prices below Cost of Manufacture. Our Buyer attended these sale and bought the biggest lot of Dry Qoods, Notions, Holiday Qoods, etc., that he has ever purchased for this store. As we intend to open up and put on sale our immense stock of HoMday Goods some earlier this than any previous season, we are compelled to make room for the above goods. In order co do this we put on sale fox* 9 days of our most conr modious lines at prices far below anything we have ever attempted betore public know what that means for our com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

*w isr ■mm MS., * BSte: m r v I T^r «~ ;!! it ; r1 t KILL the COUCH AND CURE THB LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOR Q ONSUMPTION Price OUGHS end 60c & $1.00 iOLOS Free Trial. Surest and Quiokest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LES, or MONET BACK. A quick and effective cure for Rheum- atism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Head- ache and other nervous pains and aches on any part of the body. If you suffer frooi any of the above ills, we say in all sincerity ujive our worthy ANTI-PAIN SOLID LIN- MENT a fair trial. ANTI-PAIN SOLID LINIMENT comes in a neat box in paste form, different fYom other liniments, "Yes, indeed," it is too precious to lo9e by breakage or 8] All you have to do is to apply a little of this liniment to the effected parte to relieve the pain instantly, whiih eventually per- forms a permanent cure. _ We guarantee ANTI-PAIN SOLID LIN- IMENT to do all we claim for it, or money refunded. Send for a box to-day and have it on hand in case of emergency, you will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

THE JOY Or LIYINO out n nut Mumo xoc ENJOY OOOD HEALTH erbinC The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A OUARANTEED CURE for all disiases produced by TOR. P1D LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotio poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no Injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. h. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I waa elck in bed for. eight months with liver trouble, tha doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Her bine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderfnl medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE. &c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. £ p. P ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. SOL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

ZV" v" ■•■;■ • " • ' ■' ' • ' ■ ' ■>■; ' i 'J- ■ 1*}\ Rtf The Split Infinitive W!th joy unspeakable we read In the Albany Medical Annals this inclusion to reply to a disgruntled -.ubscriber: , "There is no valid reason why scientific writing should not be done n correct English. The Annals regrets that such & barbarism as .the 'split infinitive' should have :rept into its pages and its official letters. The rule maj be laid down not to hurriedly write so as to in- advertently or ignorantly permit his barbarism. To carelessly di- vide an infinitive is as offensive to the eye as the use of a preposition :o end a sentence with." There is no law which binds En- glish. The grammarians manufac- ture their dry-^as-dust tomes in vain. English is a hybrid growth of great luxuriance, and it ha never stopped growing. Its only guide is good taste, and that holds the split infinitive in abeyance except for cases in which emphasis seems to require its use. Careful speakers and writers will...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

IT ' '' ■ 4 PART 2-4 PAGfcS. . ... in r un - •- • liM'M it* i j":' ♦. • t rtiiu"'* if J ^ee J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas* . VOL 6. JVLEX1A, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOV EMBER 23, IQ05 No. 47. . - -r F ...... ONC ! - in 1 ;ii HONDAY, NOV.t tth Karner & Phillips } jTHANKS GiVING j 2 WEKK. , I ®ee©o* ••••••-! FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK AT : THANKSGIVING : PRICES. Manhattan Shirts And Other High Brands and Makes, Worth $1.50 and $2.00, go in this Thanks- giving Sale, Commencing Monday, Nov, 27. al! at : : : : : 98c Men's Shoes. See our celebrated Bion Shoe in 15 different styles--Bluchers and other styles, and our Cor- rect Shape in Box Calf and Patent Leather at $4,00 and A lot of Mens Shoes at $3,00 $2,50 and $2,00 3,50 Ladies Shoes. We have the best Rochester make made Thomas Bolton. The Sack make and othergood brands at 3,50, 3,00, 2.5oand See our Ladies $1 50 Shoe--AIl Leather Warranted, 2.00 ChUdrens Shoes, In this line we carry a very extensive fine i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

L-r- 5^-;. m ' t : p ' \ \ - a ' n P: f| If I I" m i. Calm Age of Literature. 1 Justin McCarthy, whose own ac- tivities as a writer have extended oyer more than half a century, dpes not agree with the despondent note (often heard in the discussion of English literature;. "I't is true," he says, "that we have not the old giant* with us. We have much fine talent, but not, perhaps, much real genius. It is the quiet sea af- ter the billows. What I mean is that in literary history you have times of great minds and then again times of merely gifted minds. The present time is one of high average talent rather than one of fenhis. Tit.' average quality of nglish literature has never, per- haps, been higher, anil then people are reading more. When the next flight of great genius cOmes along there will be a public such as even Thackeray or Dickens did not have." M-mk i Bath in Bubble*. "To take a bath at Tiflis, in Rus- sian Caucasia, is to court a never- to-be-forgotten experience," says one ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

>r. J L. MetcaK DENllSl. . WTOfflce IT -Front Rooms in ' Knights Qf Pvthias Hall, V a Phjna No. 110, MEXIA. TEX A.5 I K <: 1 vV *V V v. ' Xocal ant) personal \ jfor tbe TKIlceft. | AAAA WtV>A^ Rosco Cook Inst, hi-- l'ino buggy horse Tuesday—colic. W. B. Mosop, of Fairfield was in tin' city today. Graham flour and ribbon cane lasses at . J, Beckham's. 0. Kennedy of Groesbeek was in the city today. Miss Ldla Vickers entertained the 42 club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Ross of Corsi- ca na is in the city visiting rela- tives. Bring your bidesi wool, and beeswax to me and receive highest market price in cash.—C. Ficlz. Clay Freeman, who has been quite sick for some time is on the improve and will be out again. San Antonio, account Ban Ar- tonio Fair, Saturday Nov. 25, limit Monday Nov. 27, fare only $3.65. Mrs. N. S. Erwin of Tehua cina left Tuesday for San An- il tonio to vi-it her son for a while Sen B. F. Perdue at his new location near the c.ty hall, for any kind of lea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 November 1905

pfP^? -*7™W- V; ' ■'' f • y: tVlf* -" ••• V'-Vr\'\v'*" W ■ ^ •>;/> " v^,:, r 'v' * ,t5% •* ':v": „ f . ^ Si" ' ill ! r. i a • ! r- i i i Railway Earnlnf*. Mky million dollars is an enoc- ■M sum for a railway to earn in •■he months, but ait least six •empanies exceeded that amount im «yH The Pennsylvania sys- alone, including leased and _rietary lines separately op- attttd, earned the vast total of ^Sft242,Qoo, But next to that the Hi£ «*f railway companies which ecnceeded $50,000,000 in the year -i as follows with their earnings: '1%} Pennsylvania railroad, 3,748 ,safes, $118,145,000; (2) Southern iRocific Company, $92,933,000; (3) Sew York Central & Hudson Riv- «•> $78,578,000: (4) Atchison, To- gwta & Santa Fe, $68,171,000; (5) Baltimore & Ohio, $65,200,000; yS. Chicago & Northwestern *•2904-05), $55>745>00°: (7) Union Jfcjtfic, $55,279,000. 'Rie Chicago, g; •2£si'.wa*kee & St. Paul, which ia p 'n^Uf. earned $48,330,000, came wk&in about $200...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 November 1905

i J/JSfiJ Jpp « '• MlwSm Wx'r See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Me v:ia, Texas. VOL 6 mmjzm-n AVENETTE C0A*TS rot* Ladies and uen tie men tit 15.CD ;;nu 12.5*-, Tbo Hsui is'-v. Oiiwi Just liecMveJ. v MEM S CLOTHING. LISTEN! " V ' i&tv " <• have bunched to- •Jrt ll'ii' :i !<>L i>t Mens Fine. Sui'.-, values 1:11 r.n SI6 50 u.av onlv lip tO 15.CO at low pric j of v;;u y^l 10 ■ Vri'uas up t ■ 10.00 iK.sf ; . 7.48 iVt':.; rv n C i m Lliil' -lOQli 1-1 i .1 l.i.:; iv. ami i in; first i;ip i 1. !• • r(i Dimt w: f, • ur, fti ii • .«r o ico a act > -n v iir el!': !i ii'.C •>' h>ss than II ))!- r.)!! I ll! ■ n ! ••!- (>011011 . ■V V -A-'. ■ iSiSUiilii fev-i Jackets and Furs. Tho v^rr latent stylus. New Gaunt let sirj-ve J.Kjkcin colors -rnntov, brown, dark blue mid Black, at 7,50, 6,98, 5,oo, 3,98 to 2,50 Wo li'iv/l't 111 "11 cheap anil <mn gave you 1 00 In 2 fiO rn your Jacket ci'ui'R 10.00 to 1,25 Do You Want An Art Square Cheaper than ...

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