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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

f Sampson Secretary StiM TTlMlE JAK&N HEEMLIB), VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 17, 190(i. IsO. 27 Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few daysa bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. SATURDAY, BV3AY 19, 1906. LIST OF CONTESTANTS 1st Sophia Kinder Gravel Hill, Mo. 2d Ruth Stevens Cape Girardeau, Mo. 3rd Winnie Slack Jackson, Mo. 4th" Mrs. DollieTuttle Jackson, Mo- 5th Marie Kipping Tilsit, Mo. 6th Flossie Kurre Burfordville, Mo. 7th Iva Kurre ... Oak Ridge, Mo. 8th Linda Wagner Jackson, Mo. 9th Daisy Morgan Jackson, Mo. 10th Erma Pickens Cape Girardeau, Mo. 11th Myrtle Proffer Crump, Mo. 12th Morna Beattie Jackson, Mo. ur. o..v..wnnon Representing the Vernon Music Co., of Kansas City, Mo., will be here and will take pleasure in playing this beautiful piano. All who wish to do so may call at Woods' Drug Store and hear him play. He is an expert musician and you will enjoy hearing him. Call at Woods' Drug Stove Come in at once and subscribe, or renew. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

IS NOT A CANDIDATE BOBBINS DECLINES TO IUTN TOB GOVEKNOIISHIP. Former Lender of Conl Operators Said to Ba After Senatorial Toga Has Support of Miners nud Liibor Unions. luJlauiipoils. I ml. L. Kobblns, t)iriiJont of tin I'lttsbiirp Coal com- jiany, T.o liM the fi-nter of luojurr-w ("arnrKle ai'knowlolf;lni his nlft Kta;:o during the lieated coal confer- of a million dollars to tlie library nc i'. In tins city, In which he broke ! nso.-latlon. away from tlio "tanil-iat" operators j Tin' nlli- was sent to tin president uinl flood by tin Milo of John Mitchell : by C. K. Wank?, of St. I.oiiIh, who fos tl.e rcadoplion of the 103 scale, ureliaHi'rt the cabin and presented It lias iittsoliiiciy declined to be a randi- I to the cl!y of St. Ixmls for jiresorva dale lor the Kepubllcnn nomlnatinii I Hon In Purest park. It was exhibited fi.r governor of Pennsylvania. Hi Hand In the conl conference placed the , -fii,0u0 voting Pi nnsyh anlu coal mln-1 rs lirhlnd him and also pave him tin j ruppo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Knternc at th pontofflr at .lackaon. Mo. at cond-clKM matter Nurember 4. 1WI7. Terms for the Herald are anfol ows: For one year dli months pJJ Three months ;'0 omrt "j Renldcnce Advertising Rates: Local 6c per line each Innertlon. Professional Card 6 per year. Lepral AdvertNe menu lefral rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON. MO., MAY 17. 190 CONVENTIONS. Precinct meetings, May 12, to select delegates to the County Convention. County Convention, to select delegates to the State, Judicial and Congressional conventions, meets in Jackson, May 19. County Primary to nominate county officers, Saturday, May 20. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 20th. The Republican State nominat ing convention will be held at Excelsior Springs, May 31st. ANNOUNCEM ENTS. SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the voters at the Republican p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

B & Int. alimd tlu t -1 with unprrallel eurrea for the punt 23 vi'iif In rurlnit Alrohi'llMn. Morphine and other rlrug-tiMiiit' J cigarette mill ThIhhto IniMta iiikI te'rve exlitinnlliiii. llulf H 1111 1 1 mil (liri'ti iiit'll null i u it'll u iiii I niii'u nui mrw m Oll TESTIMONIALS. Keniecllix anil Iniiltiietit h!mi. luteW free from ii my In.liirloin etlect" Will-power, health, f IminIiickk rnpiiclty anil i oiiHilenee of fnnilly mill himliiexn a-A aY iiNiM'lHt4H ret'ovoreil lln roiitldeni'ei Eight Thousand Free Homes Tor full Information nstilt nr write DR. J. E. BLAINE, ManaKor, -o3 Locust St., St, Louis, Mo. Fur , yi'nm Chief nf Medli-al 81m It if I lie Keeley I lift Hue, liwiiiht, 111. NOMf THKATMKNT FOff TOBACCO AND NEURASTHENIA. gmmmmmmmmmmmminmnimmmmnnHmmniy IF YOU WANT A DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT in Jackson see L. G. HDFFMEISTER, JACKSON, MO. auiaaiUiiaiiiiUituaiuaiiiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiaiiiuiiiUiiuuia'fv No. 140 " Autoclipse Two -in -one. GENUINE DELKER WHICLBS Have all the fea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

CLIMATIC INFLUENCE JIIA1TCE TO STUDY EFFECTS ON INCOMING IMMIGRANTS. Subject of Vast Importnnc. to th. Medical Profession Dis appearance of National Types. The medical Importance of anthro pology la juRt boKlnnlng to be Appre ciated, u-)t only from the theoretlcul Hide, but also practically in treat ment, Bays American Medicine It 1 la letm than a generation ngo that text books Implied or even taught that the differences between the various races of men were nieanlngleHR freaks of na ture. The great awakening of biol ogy of itself a recent . affair ha? done much to popularize the law that every characteristic has an offensive or defensive use for which it was de veloped and in rarely useless and still less rarely harmful. It Is, therefore, in order to apply the law to man and llud out what racial differences have developed; why some nro tall, others short; some stocky, others frail; some black, others blonde; some with kinky hair, others with straight. The solution of these problems...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

1 LOCALS j Wheat 75o to-day. Kemember, 30,000 votes for $20. Thin amount may help some girl to win. Summer dusters are in de mand. See Klein. Let each contestant be here Saturday and work and get your friends to work. Wilson Howard moved to Byrd's, Mo., last week. He takes a position as clerk in a store at that place. Every contestant should be on the ground Saturday, and they should see everybody in town that day. For real bargains go to Jewel er Hasslinger's closing out sale. If you fail to get your paper just drop us a card. V e will see that it is started from this end of the line. The time will soon be here for reaper whins. Klein has them. Let the girls slop in at Has singler's and see the diamond ring, the second prize; also the nice gold ring. You can get 30,000 votes for $20, or 20 years subscription at this office, ar at either of the three banks in Jackson. Stock peas of all varieties can be had at McAtee's Seed Store. Girls, notice the nice writing desk at Woods' Also th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

Additional Local. where are the Euterpean La dies Quartet of the Jackson Lec ture course? Specialties at C. ft W Fresh groceries, Gold Leaf flour, Schot ten's coffee and right prices. The Jackson public school will close Friday, May 25th, with an entertainment at the court house. Wanted Hogs at the highest market price. Phone 283, A. J. Flentge, meat market, Cape Gi rardeau. Rev. Ross, pastor of the Bap tist church, was away last Sun day, attending the Baptist con vention. If you buy your groceries at Cosgrove ft Winston you will never regret it. They will treat you right. Mr. Rusnell Allen, cashier in a bank at Bennie, Mo., and wife, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Fulenwider of Burford villo. Mrs. J. W. Fulenwider is only heir to a large fortune recently left her from the ewtate of her father, the late Capt. J. w. Row land Jackson's laundry, owned by J. H. Foe and Jno. C. Berkley, is called the Fnterprise Laundry. They have just purchased of C. II. wolters a fine wagon. Lad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

The Jackson Herald II. I . I.I : I MM' In r. .1 CK N. Mls'tHi:! Necessities and Luxuries. One of our correspondents for tunate man finds himself able to cor roborate tho elaborate computations by whli h the common lal agencies prove that "the cost of living" h.ts steadily decreased la recent years, ami that U l now much less than It used to be. There Is, we lUink, something inure (ban a general Impression, ot least among people of small or mod erate means, that these computation are vitiated by a mysterious Inac curacy, ami that, aa a matter of fact, the ordinary expense of running a modest household have In tho lata de cade Iik reused nearly If not quite 75 ler cent. Our correspondent supplies the explanation. Things really are cheaper, ho says, but everybody La been transferring Items from lh cat egory of luxuries to that of necessi ties, and that Is why the salary or th Income no longer seems to go us far us It did ten years ago. There may b something In this theory; indeed, ther...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

IN BREEDERS, ATTENTION! I will have for the season of 1906 at my barn in West Jackson Albert Denmark, the North Mis souri Saddle and Harness Stal lion. Albert Denmark is a com ing 5-year-old in May, solid bay, hands high and weighs over 1200 pounds. He was sired by the North Missouri Saddle Stal lion, Tool's Artist, he by Tony Artist, he by old Artist No. 75, etc.; dam, Kentucky Whip, etc. Hlaek S(uirrl is a coming 4-yeiir-old, 1( hands high, was sired by the noted Saddle Stal lion, I'oindexter Squirrel No. JWS, etc. Also 5 good .lacks will make the season with the above named Stallions including the 2 noted North Missouri Jacks, Tom King and Black Moses, accompanied by 3 other good Jacks. Come and see my stock before breeding elsewhere. Remember, I insure live colts on all the above named stock. 2!) W. F. SCHADK, Jackson, Mo. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS Summer Tourist Kates to Mexico, California, Colo rado and Utah via UISSOURI PACIFIC and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE, SEASON 1906. NATIONAL EDUCATIO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

Sunday School Picnic. Next to Washing i Dishes the most despised drudgery of house keeping if the care of the several fires and the sweeping up of the ashes and dust they produce. Unless, of course, you own a Hot-Water or Steam System only one fire then needed and no dust or ashes in the living rooms. IDEAL Boiler, and AMERICAN Ridittort A. JAEGER rTTTTTlllllIlfTTTTTTTIITl i KING OF ALL LINIMENTS 7 CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN NEURALGIA, SPRAINS, CUTS, BRUISES, US, SO ALB'S, OLO SORCS, CRICK INI BACK, BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, STIFF JOINTS, CONTRACTED MU1CILI, SPRAINED IMklLI. CORN HUIRIR'I SPRA1NEO WRISTS. FROSTED rilT, CORNS, BUNIONS, CHILBLAINS, AND ALL INFLAMMATIONS OF MAN OR BEAST. CURES READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE "I wis much afflicted with rheumatism, wri'es Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kansas, "going bout on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain. I was induced to try llallard'i tinow Liniment, which cured me, after using three 50c bottles. IT IS TUB GREATEST LINIMENT I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

AGENTS OF SULTAN OF TURKEY BLAMED FOR CRUEL MURDER Macedonian Refugees in Minneapolis Slaughtered in Hovel They Called Home. ROBBERY CLEARLY NOT MOTIVE FOR CRIME Fact That Currency and Valuables Were Found with Bodies Proves This Inter national Politics at Bottom. Is Theory ' of Police Officials. Minneapolis). Again the old saying that "murder will out" bids fair to be disproved. In the heart of Minneapolis, busy city of the great Northwest, six ap parently Inoffensive men havo been cruelly put to death, and all the efforts of men bred to the unraveling of ghastly mysteries have been unavail ing, either to And the murderers or to discover a motive for the crime. The slayers have dlsapcnred as com pletely as If, Indeed, they wore, the fabled Invisible cloaks. At the bidding of a secret order Because tho Turkish government wanted them out of the way. These are the various theories formed by the police. And at theories they stop. AH that Is positively known Is that six men, marked for ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 May 1906

E. W. FLENTGE & COMPANY'S MARVELOUS mid-spring SALE FR ASH. BEGINS Tuesday, IVlay 15 .nr3" AND ENDS Thursday, May 31 II. mm ft 1 ! " l IA m Grand Showing of Fine Clothing. Kirtu'libaum Clothes are the finest that are produced in America to-day. So great in our confidence in this line that we nay to you, "Come in, select any suit you like, take it home, show it to your folks, ask their opinion, and if you don't agree with us that the suit is worth what you paid for it, or if you are not satisfied with your purchase in every respect, come back and and get your money. See the fine Blue Serges, Twi-light Gray Worsteds and other fine weaves and fab rics this sale offers. A reduction on every garment in our Clothing Department. Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Knee Pant Suits, Men's and Hoys' Odd Pants and Knee Pants. Hen's Summer Underwear In this department you will find many new and attractive numbers. You will do yourself a favor by securing some of these garments during this sale. Men...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

. Secret"; Time Jackson H'ermb VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 190G. NO. 2S Want to trade ten New Buggies for Second-hand Buggies in next few days--a bargain. Come at once. D. KLEIN. rr n tvvnrm m si LOCALS Wheat 75o to-day. P. T. Tuck has threo mares that have eaoh a fine colt. Summer dusters are in de mand. See Klein. DuRee Jones is going to build a fine residence in West Jackson. The time will soon be here for reaper whips. Klein has them. Mr. G. Miltenberger went to St. Louis Sunday on business. He will return to-day. Stock peas of all varieties can be had at McAtee's Seed Store. Geo. Kauffman of West Jack on went to St. Louis, last week, to have his cancer treated. Bargains on shirt waist pat terns at Keehan A Abraham Btore. Dr. D. F. Sadler of the Cape will move to this city. That will make one more dentist for Jack son. For Sale Clover, timothy hay and corn. Apply to Mrs. J. VV. Williams, Jackson. Mrs. Lula Helmkampf will have the recital of her pupils at the J....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

The Jackson Herald II. I . I.I Mi, rnltlUlii-r. JACKSON. : : : MISSOIKl. No Permp."etly Rich. It Is quite unnecessary 'n 'I'8 conn try, says Dr. Charles W. Eliot, of liar vard, In World's Work, to feci alarm about the rise of a permanent clasi of very rich people. To transmit great estates Is hard. They git divided 01 dispersed. The heirs are often unabW to keep their iuherited treasures, ot If, by the help of lawyers and other hired agents, they manago to keep them, they craso to accumulate, and only spend. This Is one of the natural fleets on his children of the very rick man's mode of life. With rarest excep tion the very tich ruca of to day ar not the eons of the very rich men (I 30 years ago, but ate new men. It will be the same ZO years hence. The wist rich father will try to put his sou Into those beneficent professions and occupations which have strong intel lectual and morel interest, and in which pecuniary independence Is a distinct advantage. Such are the pub lic service ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

2C EASY LESSONS IN DRAWING By FREDERICK RICHARDSON Instructor In Composition and In Chanr of Illustration CI&sm In th Art lCoprlut, by JoMyb U. bowlM.) The preRent article Is Intended to give an application of the foregoing uso of symbol forms to decorative, treatment. Decoration is to bn under stood as the application of form, lino or color t( surface for Its bcntttlllen tlon. The form, lino or color Is ap propriate for eiich application which Is considered for the especial uso of the surface or ohject offering a chance tor decoration. Taste In Decoration. In other words, taste dictates what (reticulation of a selected form should TATTKHN. MOTIF-SNAILS.. Skcoiiative tri;atmi:nt ok natlmial forms, violets landscape DA.NWiLlUN BRASSES. A CHILD'S be chosen for the given place for dec oration. As taste Is a variable point of view, differing In time and with peoples, this, fixture of any point of View is open to dispute. Crlterions of taste may be fixed for a certain people by the c...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. ' ' B. F. LUSK. 't'BI.tSHEB Knterrc t the pnnKifllri' Rt jHrkon; Mu. Kcond-rlku mutter Nivrmbr 4. IHKi . Terms for the Herald are asfol- ows: ai nn Foroneypar iZ Six months Three months 30 Dce 115 Buldfni-e We are authorized to announce Gv K. Piemers as a candidate for recorder, subject to the Republi can primary, May 20, 1JKXJ. ASSOCIATE JUDGE 1ST DI8TRICT. We are authorized to announce Jas. A. Bowers as a candidate for associate judge from the first district, subject to the Kepuon can primary, May 20. We are authorized to announce Q. W. Schack as a condidate for associate justice in the first dis trict, subject to the Republican j primary May 26. ASSOCIATE JUDGE 2ND DISTRICT. W are authorized to Announce Jacob Eggimann as candidate for associate judge of the second district, subject to the Republi can primary, May 26. REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce Precinct meetings, May 12, to Fred IK . Kie. , . . Jdate for the (Jountv ' hum ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

County Correspondence. FROM M1LLERVILLE. A new postmaster is soon to be appointed for Millerville. Dr. Ode Heartle of Burford ville has located here. Chaa. Bedwell ia doing a good business with his mill. His flour is giving general satisfaction and the people are going to stay with .him. Prof. W. R. Clothier on the 12th inst. made the farmers a grand speech which was highly commended by all. He organ ized a farmer's club. Wheat is. in full bloom and a fine quality with an average yield is looked for which is always the case with a dry May. It ia very dry but the ground will be wet before you get thia in print. I will make one more prophecy: If the Republicans don't nominate Clarence Grant next Saturday they will make a great mistake, as he stands in with the boys regardless of poli tics, lie ih one or tne oest can- j didates in the field. i Uncle Jacoh. I FROM GORDON VI U.K. The mail carrier's new barn in completed. The carpenters nev er worked steady or it would have been done befo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

tmtncnt Doctors Praise Its Ingredients. Wo refer to that boon to weak, nervous, fufTerinpr women known as Dr. Pierce's t'avorite Proscription. Dr. John Fyfoonoof tho Editorial Stiff of Tub Ka-lectio Mmci Kbtibw nays of Unicorn root Ilrlonii Dtotea) which la one of tho chief inprcdiouts of tho "i'u vorite Proscription": A remedy which invarliiMT acts ns ft uter ine luvicorator ninUes (or nurmal no Wit? of the entire fprntiiirtlvQ sysiem." Hi' mntimifs "in llelonms we liovc n nieillcu ment wulch morn fully answers tho nhov-o urjnscs tan flfy other tlrua uitn whirh I am t-i,uiintL In the treatment of Ulsensrs pe. culuir to women it is s)lin thai a case in ne'ti which does net prct'ul some tmlirutWm for this remr.Hnl a,-ent." lr. r'rfe further (vr": "The following tire Among the lefellnff indications for Hlou'..is tl'nicorn rooti. I'um or at-hinrf in the tvu-k. with lcut'orrhcr.i; atonic twenki r.m.,llt:ois of the reprodurlivo or.MinM of women, nu'tttal depression ami tr ribtbility. nss...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

THE GENTILE WOMAN'S FAITH Sunday School Lesson lor June 3, 1906 r Specially Prepared (or This Paper. Memory I.KSRON TKXT.-Murk 7:24-30. ivrno, SU. "v lioI.DKN TEXT. "Great Is thy faith: no It unto thee even na tlioU, wilt" Mutt, ir.:SS. ' ' ' TIMK.-Summer, A. D. 29. a few weeks after last lesson. l'LAC'K. On lionlrr of roiinlry of Tyre and Blilon, ill or 60 mllca northwest of bou. of UllllU'O. Comment and Suggrestlve Thought. V. H4. "From thenre . . . went." A HOME-MADE BROODER. Description of he Device Kecom meaded by the Agricultural Department. Aa general rule It Is best to buy ..h articles aa brooders from men who manufacture them and guarantee them to work. In making such con- From Capernmim or 1U vlclnlly, Jeaus trlvances yourself you run your own and the twelve went Into tho neighbor- rink; but many have succeeded with hood of Tyro. "BorJers." The conn- hume-mado brooders, and for tho uen trv .llHtrli't within the domain of the rut or tnoRO wno wisn to iry, wo (;" named. "Wou...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 May 1906

E. W. FLENTGE & COMPANY'S ,, ..- dpi o iSfrf MARVELOUS mid-sprimg SALE ASH. BEGINS hi 8 V J Tuesday, lflay U5 AND ENDS Thursday, May 31 Grand Showing of Fine Clothing. Kirschbanm Clothes are the finest that are produced in America to-day. So great is our confidence in this line that we say to you, "Come in, select any suit you like, take it home, show it to your folks, ask their opinion, and if you don't agree with fi that the suit is worth what you paid for it, or if you are not satisfied with your purchase in every respect, come back and and get your money. ' See the fine Hlue Serges, Twi-light Gray Worsteds and other fine weaves and fab rics this sale offers. . A reduction on every garment in our Clothing Department. Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Knee Pant Suits, Men's and Boys' Odd Pants and Knee Pants. Hen's Summer Underwear In this department you will find many new and attractive numbers. You will do yourself a favor by securing some of these .garments during this sale, lien...

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