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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 July 1895

SQUANTUM OPINIONS. INTEREST CENTERS ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION. Silas I Sides Witli Ilraeoii Grigg* a Ylautrt Xotcs on Stouett—Squirt* Crane Kxplain* the True luwarilucsH of the Free Coinage Humbug. 11. That the question whether Deacon Abner Griggs is an inspired financial genius or a muddled ignoramus contin ues to agitate the people of Squantum township, is shown in tho latest issue of tho North Squantum Gazette. From that paper we copy tho following ac count of a discussion at Hopkins'storo at Squantum Center on last Saturday pvening: "Public interest in the interference by Mrs. Aimer Griggs with lior husband's attempt to put his new financial theories into praetico lias increased during the past week. The farmers and villagers who were in Hopkins'storo on Saturday evening spent most of the time arguing for and against the deacon's financial experiment. Among thoso who favored the deacon was Silas Upham, who said: "Pears to mo there's a good deal in these new money schemes, and I'm...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 July 1895

VOL IX OFFICIAL HKGISTHIt aberokes city uovkhnmknt. lames A. Hood Krer W. 15. Mack S V. W. Bush Attorney. W. «». McKinlay Health Officer -C. K. Hell Marshal..- JolmSteen police Justice \ • " ,ute r.uncil—B. J- Garman, J. S. Gunn, v G Kaufman. L. J. Koltn, K. 11. Tan- C.S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young, r s Deputy Collector of Customs for the port ol Grays llarbor. l'eter Autzen, Aberdeen. CHKIIAI.IS COI'NTY officials. Auditor . E. Sackett Clerk V £• Treasurer • sheriff '• A - Grahaui Attorney «;• Bridges ; . .!>eth Warren Coroner ( . A Heardsley .Dpt of Schools J. A. Hutcheson i»rve»or O. P. Burrows Commissioners— Win. Anstie, J. U. Coy, j. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, JV No. ,Y2. Regular cominunica- Way tlons 011 the Second and Fourth WA Tuesday of each month at 7:30 |>. m. / Y * Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. K. Eaton, W. M. LJ. Kolts, Sec. ABEKDEES LODGE NO. 31, A. o. u. w. A Meets iu A. o. I'. W. Hall Friday evening oieacb week, at 7:...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 July 1895

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 July 1895

Spring Millinery s Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. GOODS Constantly arriving. HKS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. RUIN FED ...•MEATS JAMES BARRETT, IIERON STREET, IBEKDEEN, - - • WASH. IBUY » YOU, jZRQCKKIEg FLOUR AND FEED —of — E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, table Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. NIK WEITBERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermists tola for fyigs banned to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE Sue Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. DICE GREBE SKINS, FOB HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, EER BKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. £| Piano Guarantee. ■The high reputation of the , S ■'"I? Piano is a guarantee of its ■gPity, yet we wish every pur j*Blser to be entirely satisfied, f,send it on trial, no matter 'Sitae you live-even to Wasli- or Montana. If not send it back. We pay helv frights. No advance J'jPSht or deposit of any kind is ■Hired from you. The Wing ;_Pano is noted by musician...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 July 1895

THE TALE" OF A DOVE. A Strange Incident In the flifrsing Scenes nl a Murderer's Life. "I can re all a strange incident that 1 a< never found its way into print," Said a member of the New York con gressional delegation to a Post reporter. "It happened in Long Island, in tho Quins ' ns county jail, and, tosay the least, is tinged with a strangeness. Patrick Casey, a Long Island City policeman, was an inmate of tho jail, under tho sentence of death for tho deliberate murder of his superior officer, Sergeant Cuniiskey. The representative in con gress from the First congressional dis trict of New York, James W. Covert, was Casey's counsel and succeeded in having his sentence commuted to im prisonment for life. On the day Casey was sentenced to death a puro wliito dove flew in the courtroom window and alighted on his shoulder. u Tlio dove refused to be removed, ac companied Casey back to his cell and became his constant companion. At the name time Charles Rugg, tho notorious negro murd...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 July 1895

VOL. \l OFFICIAL HK.CiISTKU ABEBBKKN CITY IH>V KKNMKXT. James A. llood W. K. Mark \. W. ISush fc'V.'.' W. O. McKinlay sb'«« r iS- Jtk,l .loli 11 Stcen fece White I'micil—B. J. Uamuin, -I. f~. C.unn, .ffitaan. L - J - k V' ,h - "■ Tll »- «,c s. Weatherwax, Alex. \oung. f j Deputy Collector of Cimtonis for Lnortol Umys Harbor, l'eter Autzen, Meex- CUKIIAI.IS COI'STY OKKK'I.VI.B. alitor C. E Sackett JJ7 J. K. Lyons (usurer I^wis FT* I. A. Graham mi"- " rid K es f<eth Warien SJJer.. O. A. lteaulsley ut. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson jJj T()r O. I'. Hurrows —Wni. Austie, J. O. Coy, j. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. ■ | F. &A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, IV Ai So. 52. Regular eomimitilra- UV tions ou the Second mid Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:110 p. m. 'Y> Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. LJ.KoIB.Sec. iBEBDEES LODGE SO. :tl, A. O. r. W. HrtU In A. O. U. W. llall Friday evening xl week, at 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning broth (irtfordially invited to attend j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 July 1895

Aberdeen Iteralil. rhursday, July 25, 1895. I- - I'El) EVERY THURSDAY BV JAMES F. GIRTON. TERM'S OF SI'BSCR!I'TION : One year $2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three months 50 A Ivcrtisinu rates on application. Entered at tlio postolliee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births marriatros or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county, short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preforrably but not necessarily for publication. Oiticial Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. COUNTY BONDS. In a communication to the Economist Mr. Merritt Wood sets forth his reasons why the outstanding warrants of this county should not lie put into the form of bonds, one of which is that if the bonds are issued mere warrants can be drawn. In this Mr. Wood is in error, and the Economist well knowing this fails to point out the error. The Economist has not acted fairly in the matter of substi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 July 1895

Is, fOl- —— Latest stvies and low est prices.' Handsome |j ne of flowers and rib bons- Iff 800DS I Constantly arriving. ;LA.E.BARR()NE I ABERDEEN, WASH. w1ED..... [..MEATS I i IjAMES BARRETT. | I lIERON STRKET, ; LDEEX, • - WASH. 'l iBUY * YOU; Irocerieq 1 Wk* y [l AND FEED J "OF" IIH. TANNER. jkiNt Place in Town, "kkFroits and Vegetables ill ALWAYS ON HAND. ■ H ■ IMERWAX & CO., 9 Aberdeen, Wash. ■ers and ITaxadermists. ■forl(ugs Sailed to Order 1 have now for sale V For Rugs, 9 Stuffed Birds, 1 Antlers, Etc. M me skins, roe eats s,| "ail Orders Solicited. "■anted, to buy, VIKINS, ;.I WiLO CAT SKINS, I BEAR SKINS, ■ Citable for Rugs. piano Guarantee. Be high reputation of the ..■Piano is a guarantee of its W)'i s'et we wish every pur- S 'F tobe entirely satisfied. t'sßendit on trial, 110 matter ■ you live-even to Wash or Montana. If not i send it back. We pay ■ freights. No advance ■ to r deposit of any kind is ■dfrom you. The Wing noted by musicians lor '■j uHy P ure me ll° w t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 July 1895

NATURE'S INSTRUMENT. The brook which gargles on its way And whirls beneath the old brush fence Make* manic in my ear today; 'Tis one of nature's instruments. I seem to hear it dash along, Impatient at the hind'ring stones, V- t 1- .-aping trayly in its song Of mingled joy and monotones. E'en when a boy if e'er I had A softened sense of worldly pain The cadence of that brook song glad Restored my happy self again. And now above the irksome round To which this noisy world gives vent I hear a sweet, relieving sound, The strain of nature's instrument. —Joe Cone in Boston Traveller. WHEN WOMAN IS NOT GRACEFUL Condition* L'nder Which She Manages to Look Absurd. Why is it that, notwithstanding the worship accorded to woman in the ab ftra' t, sho generally manages to look absurd under conditions wherein men try to keep their dignity? Is it stereo typed convention which hampers our judgments, or are these things really facts? For instance, there is nothing re markable in un old gentleman cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 August 1895

VOL. IX OFFICIAL liROISTER abkbpeks city uovbknmknt. iiavnr lames A. Hood W. B. Mack pu r k A. W. Bush V toraev W - McKinlay Officer C. It. Itefl Uarshal John Stccn Police Justice S. J. White Cooicil—B. J. Garman, J. 8. Gunn, m 0. Kanfman, L. J. Kolts, E. H. Tan air C.S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. U 8. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, l'eter Autzen, Aberdeen. CHGHAMH COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor— v C. E. Saekett Cl*k J T - E- Lyons treasurer. J. Lt. I*?wis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J- B. Bridges jaanor Seth Wan en Coroner C. A. Beatdsley R of Schools J. A. Hutcheson for O. P. Burrows \Vin. Anstie, J. O. Coy, • J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. f a 4 F. Ji A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, jXj. At No. si. Regular communica- Vjjy lions ou the Second aiul Fourth IWA. Tuesday of each mouth at 7:30 p. in. ' T » Visiting brother!* cordially Invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. Ul.Kolta.Bec. A~IIKDEKK LODGE NO. SI, A. O. U. W. Meet* 111 A. O. U. W. Hall Friday evening Koch week, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 August 1895

Aberdeen Herald Thursday, Angnst 1, 1895. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES K. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: '*"» year $2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three mouths .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notiees of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communication! on topics of public Interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be Inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City of Aberdeen. THE DEBATE ENDED. The debate between Harvey and Horr on the silver question, if debate it can be called, is ended. Not much can be said for or against it. The people had hoped to learn something from this debate, but under the five minute limitation for each Bpeaker it about resolved itself into a rep etition of "you'r one" and "you'r anoth er,'' with a few old jokes thrown in. No new points have been developed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 August 1895

Summer ilinery= Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. NEW GOODS Constantly airiving. MBS. A. E. BARRONE jlberdeen, wash. IMIN FED .—MEATS I I JAMES BARRETT. I HRROS STREET, ABERDEEN, - - • WASH. » YOUi (iROCKKIEg FLOUR AND FEED OF E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. RM WEATHERWAX & CO., Abkrdken, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermists. Skiiis for Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE Pine Pur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. MCE GREBE SKINS, FOE HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, DEER SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. A Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the Wing Piano is a guarantee of its quality, yet we wish every pur chaser to be entirely satisfied. We send it on trial, 110 matter where you live-even to Wash ington or Montana. If not pleased, send it back. We pay both freights. No advance freight or deposit of any kind is required from you. The Wing Piano is noted by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 August 1895

WOMAN'S POSITION. WHAT IT WAS BY NATURE AND WHAT MAN HAS MADE IT. Intended For Maternity and Homekeepers, Many Are Driven Into Occupations That Were Once Only For Men—Some Very Plain Talk. The reiteration of any statement, how ever important or timely, becomes mo notonous, but so long as mischievous ideas are promulgated they must be met and discredited, though it bo seventy times seven and more. Otherwise tho world would remain eternally in error. It will bo admitted, even by tho most radical of tho so called woman's rights advocates, that, in conformity to her peculiar physical organization, the fe malo of tho human race has been espe cially created to perform a specifio work in the domestic economy. This is, com prehensively stated, to bear children and maintain tlio homo. On tho other hand, it was manifestly intended that tlio male of tho human raco should cherish and protect her, assuming tho severer physical labor which must bo performed and shielding her from every danger tha...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 August 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER ABERDEEN CITV GOVERNMENT, u „ t . nr James A. llood Srer W. B. Mack A. W. Bush Kiev W. O. McKinlay ffhW •C.H.Bell y--hal John Bteci > Police Justice 8. .1. White J. Gorman, J. S. Gunn, 8 0. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, K. 11. Tan 'r c. S. Weatlierwax, Alex. Young. V & Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAI.IB COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J- E. Lyons jievurer J. G. Lewis gyrUf J. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Seth Warren Coroner C. A. Beardsley R of Schools J. A. Hutcheson ror O. P. Burrows (ommissioners—Wm. Anstie, J. O. Coy, i. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 1 F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, : tf\. At No. 52. Regular communica- Vgy tions on the Second and Fourth FW\ Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. / Y » Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. U J. Kolto. Sec. Aberdeen lodge so. si, a. o. v. w. Meets in A. O. U. W. Hall Friday evening of etch week, at 7:30 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 August 1895

Aberdeen Herald Thursday, Angnst 8. 1B«5. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. OIRTON. TERNS Or SUBSCRIPTION: One year 12.00 Six month* 1,00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mall matter. Xotiees of births, marriages or deaths printed tree. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public Interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name prcferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City of Aberdeen. "MAN WANTED." If the funny-man at the opera house the other night who sang tho little song about the sign "Girl Wanted," had been acquainted with the affairs of Chehalis county he might have added a verse or two about a sign to put up on the county commissioners' office, but which would read like this— MAN WANTED, With Some Sand. Chehalis county is badly in need of such a man, in fact it needs about three of them,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 August 1895

Summer Millinery Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome Hue oF flowers and rib bous. NEW GOODS Constantly arriving. MRS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. IMIN FED .—MEATS JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, ABERDEEN, - - ■ WASH. WASHINGTON TRANSFER CO. L. E. PAINE, Phopr. ALL KINDS OP Hauling and Graying Done on short notice. Leave orders at Haley's Cigar Store t . T C. CROSS, ' * ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in State iukl Federal Courts. Aberdeen, Wash. ;BUY • YOU; • gROCKRIEg FLOUR AND FEED OF E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. City Express, H. E. VARING, Propr. Express, Draying and Hauling Done Promptly and at REASONABLE - KATES. ZSPSiO. CORDOVAN, rUNCMACNMMUCOCAIF. « I(4.*3>P FiNCCAIF&KAMMOa m $3.4?POLICE,3SOLES. BovsStmSma BROCKTOI6MIIA. Over One Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the beet value lor the money. They eauel cuetooi ihoee In etyle and fit. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 August 1895

OUR ANNUAL -■CIEMM SAMSfr- HAS BEGUN! MANY GOODS GO NOW AT HALF THEIR VALUE. Ladies' High Tan Lace and Congress, $3.00 " IjOW " " " 1.25 " Tan Sandal : , 1.25 SPECIAL OFFER OK ALL 000 TIN GOODS -MUST BE CLOSED OOTI EEMEMBEE—At this Sale you get a Discount on everything in my store for 30 Days. Alvlv GOODS FOR CASH. JEFF, THE SHOEMAN ABERDEEN, " THE TOYS. little son, who look'd from thoughtful eyes And mov'd and spoke In quiet, grown up wise, Having my law the seventh time disobeyed, I struck him and dismlss'd With hard words and unklss'd, Bis mother, who was patient, being dead. Then, fearing lest his grief should hinder sleep, I visited his bed. But found him slumbering deep, With darkened eyelids and their lashes yet From his late sobbing wet, And I, with moan, Kissing away his tears, left others of my own. For on a table drawn beside his head Be had put, within his reach, A box of oounters and a red vela'd stone, A piece of glass abraded by the beach And six or seven shells, A bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 August 1895

VOL IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER ABERDEEN CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor James A. Hood Treasurer W. B. Mack A. W. Hush Attomev W. O. MeKinlay Health bfflcer C. R. Bell Marshal John Steen Police Justice 8. J. White Council—B. J. Garman, J. S. Uunn, N. 0. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. H. Tan ner, C. S. Weather wax, Alex. Young. U. t>. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzcn, Aberdeen. CIIEIIAUB COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J- K- Lyons Treasurer J. G. Lewis Sheriff J. A. (iraliam Attorney J. B. Bridges Seth Wan en Coroner; C. A. Beardsley gopt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson Snrveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—Win. Anstie, J. O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. • . A F. <& A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, » A» No. 52. Regular communira \QV tto lis on the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at7:3op.m. ' • N Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L J. Kolts. See. ABERDEEN LODIiE NO. 81, A. O. U. W. Meets In A. O. tJ. W. Hall Frida...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 August 1895

Aberdeen Herald Thursday, August 15. lll!»r». IBSUEO EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES r. GlftTON. TKKMS OP HL'BHCHH'TION : One year $2.00 Hlx months ~ l.uo Three mouths .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftlee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class malt matter. Kotleca of births, marriages or deaths printed tree. Correspondence desired (rom all parts of the comity. Short communications on topics of public Interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, wilt be Inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City of Aberdeen. PROSPEROUS ABERDEEN. For the first time in months the lum ber shipments from Aberdeen exceed those of any other point on the harbor, nnd she resumes her place as the leader in this respect, the position she has in the past maintained in all others, and which position we believe she will ever continue to maintain in all things. It has been a source of regret to the people of this city that during the past...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 August 1895

f-MHOfITOS W tbaksfer to. I I. E. PAINE, rRoPK. I Hit KINDS OF Liinj and Draying I Don# on short notice. Lgtrsit Haley's Cmar Store attorney at law. ■Till practice in State ft" it Federal Courts. I Abibdekn, Wash. I,iBUY * YOUih, gOCEKIEg LOUR AND FEED —OF , H. TANNER. heapest Place in Town. mtbi« Frnits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HANI). iiy Expi ess, H. E. VARING, Tropr. IKB, xpress, „ Draying AnoDauling ' ne Promptly and at lASONABLE - RATES. fMN FED -MEATS : —3g=3=AT=s=§s— JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, KDEEN, - - - WASH. ia ' ' U.Douclas a 611 ft F IS THE IMT. M wllwL fit pom akin«. cordovan; K m IKNCNACNAMCUCOCMF. BL ,af4.*3.*P FINE CALF&KAXOABQQI HB *3. W POLICE,3 30LE9. mns'SaunSMEt ■ LADIES • - f" —' BKOCKTOhCMJUS. (ntOm Million Pcapl* wear the L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes ■r shoes are equally satisfactory lire the beet value tor the money. PMCHtoB shoe* la style and fit. J«ta| qualities arc unsurpassed. fjm are uniform,—stamped on sole. fiMI saved over other makes. ■dealer ...

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