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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 May 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Ertered at the Postotice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1905. In the A. R. P. Church. Elder \\. T. Bradley as ks iis to ay that Dr. F. Y. PressIev will conduct religious services in the Associate Reformed church next Saturday even ing. Sabba:h morning and Sabbath -night. He requested us particilarly -not to say Sunday. and. in deference to his wishes thle error appears. Properly speaking Sabbath is the in stitution. Sunday is the Christion Sabbath. Saturday is the Jewish Sab bath.-Abbeville Press and Banner. ,rother Wilson is himself in error ab.ut the name of the day. The New Testament, which of- course is authority. calls it the Lord's Day. That day is a weekly commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus and as the sacrament of the Supper is styled the Lord's Supper so the day of His ressurrection. the first day of the week. is the Lord's Day. The man in the legislature of South Carolina who can devise a scheme to have :he roads an...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 May 1905

WE] We will simply let down the I notch. Absolutely and without hour, 9 o'clock Wednesday morr Each day at 9 o'clock a. m., v Special hour sale of Silks, fror to a customers at 38c., yd. A Big Ribbon Sale. Tbis big ribbou sale will simply - "take the cake,'" a two horse wagon 1 load of Liberty Satin and Taffeta Ribbons all shades, and black and white. Nos. 40, 6o, 8o and ioo. I You all know its worth 35 to 5oc a yd. all piled on a big table, your choice 19c a yd. A Big Five Cents Counter. Will place on sale about io.ooo yds. 36 incl Percales co"t,ed Dim Th Footw MimnauE 5 case 10 cas 10 cas 10 cas 5 cases - No Goods charged. N MiT LUCAS RE-ELECTED. Served Injunction Keeping Milliken1 Stockholders Out on Ground of Conspiracy Against 1 i nority. Columbia. S. C., May rg.-The Lu- I cas forces sprang a surprise on the Milliker: phalanx. in nght for control at the Lauren's entton mill stockhold ers' meeting this af:ernoon, in the shape of an injuncation granted by Judge Kiugh. forbidding ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 May 1905

LAW ON BEER DISPENSARIES! .Important Opinion By Attorney Gen-! -eral Gunter-Three Questions Anskered-Law Permits Prettv Much Anything. Columbia, May 17.-The beer dis pensary knot has been cut. Attor ney General Gunter has rendered a careful decisic i in which he holds that the dispensary law permits pretty much anything that the State board of control wants to do. There were three questions asked: First. Is the royalty system legal? The Attorney General holds that the Toyalty system or any other old sys, -tern will hold legally, and that if the :State board wants to fix salaries en tirely contingent on actual sales it can do so. The State board can con ;inue the royalty system or it can .,abandon it. Second. Can beer be bottled by the teer dispensers? Certainly. Any - thing that is desired can be done 'under the dispensary law as it now stands. Third. What is meant by prem ises when. the law says malt liquors "'shall not be drunk on the premises." Premises include whatever space is ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 May 1905

No Dessert More Attractive Why us:e elatine and I spend homrs soaking, A sweetening, flavorag ' and coloring when produces better results in two minute Everything in the package. Simply addh water and set to cool. It's perfection. A st prise to the housewife. No trouble, less e pense. Try it'to-day. Flavors: Lemo Orange, Strawberry, Raspberry, Chocols and Cherry. At grocers. 10c. TOSSED BY RESTLESS ESA. The Distinguished Edgefield Editc Describes Delightfully the Des perate Miseries of Sea Travel. Jas. T. Bacon in News and Courier. On Board Steamer Deutschlan Monday Morning. May i.-"Call rr early, mother, for Im to be queen < the May." Alas, there will be ver little queen of the May for us out i this mid-ocean of rolling waves. voyage at sea, even on the greai fleet, magnificent Deutschland, neither a joke nor a joy. In th choice and eloquent vernacular < Edgefield, S. C., durn the sea. XX hate to look - the waves, and u detest the salt Dreezes. The above xnamiable words cor o...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 May 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. he Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. y;r. Thoz. E. .pting is home or a week from Alabama. Miss Minnie Todd has returned ,from a visit to Atlanta. Mr. J. C. Chalmers, o4 Abbeville. spent Sunday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cargile, of Saluda, spent Saturday in Newberry. Miss Len:ra McSweeney. of Hamp ton, is visiting Miss Alice Aull in the Mr. C. E. Summer and Dr. W. G. Houseal returned yesterday from a .trip to Iie west. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Martin have re turned from a visit to Clinton and - Laurens. Mrs. Jas. Dunbar and Misses Adele and Josephine. of Anniston. Ala.. are 1n the city on a visit. Mr. W. E. Merchant. of Green wood, visited friends and relatives -n the city the past week. Mr. James Riser, of Goldsboro. N. C., visited his mother and other rela tives in the city the past week. Miss Helen Goggans is home for the vacation. She was reelected i.eacher in the Laurens graded school ;,or another term at an increased sal .arv. ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

'Jolt,.. A A10 t W R TWICEAt.15Y -OL. XLII. NO. 70 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY MAY 26, 1905. TWICE AWE,$.0YA THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Commencement Season on Next Week-Death Mr. Wilson Personal and Otherwise. Prosperity. S. C.. May 25.-The conmencement exercises of the Pros perity Graded school will be held next Tuesday. Vednesday and Thursday, May 30 t. June i. The Hon. J. E. Boggs. of Pickens. will deliver the annual address. We give the class da: program: Educatio Spec Patriae Invocation. Music. Y omg M Brown... ..-.."Man. Charlic P.gBarre. ....My Country." Music. Miss Nancie E. Hawkins, "Land of1 the Pilgrim's Pride." Mis Susie M. Langford. "Sweet reedom's Song." Music. Carl Marks Simpson. "Military Ambi zion. Miss Rosabelle Harmon, "Benjamin Franklin." Music. Mis Annie Laurie Lester. "Author of Libertv. Miss Nancie Ophelia Stockmnir. "Mother." Music. Miss Ellen Rosalie Wheeler. "Unhon 10ere Dead. Mi-s Jane Hayne Wi-herspoon, "The .and. of the Free." Mu'sic. Avardiii i f [iplonas. et:...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

KERSHAW'S BRIGADE. Some Errors That Should Be Cor rected in the Next Edition of its History. To the E!it r of thc Sunda. New%: In ;899 the Elbert H1. Aull company of Newbcrry, published a History of Kershaw's Brigade, by Capt. D. Au gustus Dickert. Chief Justice Y. J. Pope wrote the introduction and the book has been approved by the state board of education for the school libraries recently provided for. Last week two gentlemen from the country who had been reading the book re marked that it was interesting and Chief Justice Pope had commended it for accurcv. Notwithstanding Judge Pope's en dorsement there are mistakes in the book that should be corrected. The approval of the state board of educa tion does no: cure these .1ciects. On page 269 the author. speaking of Gen. George H. Thomas at Chica mauga, says: "He and Gen. Hunt, of South Carolina, who so ably com manded the artillery of GeV. Meade at Gettysburg. were two of the most illustrious of Southern renegades.' Gen. Hun: was n...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS. NOTES. items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throught the World. No trace has yet been found of the stolen Tiffany gems worth $9o,ooo. The Bowen charges against Loomis are still being investigated by Secre *arv Taft. Secretary Shaw says he is not at a;l worried by the S35,ooo.ooo deficit n the national treasury. Twenty persons were injured in a collision on the Third avenue elevat ed railroad in New York. The g.-vernor of Iississippi sold 2,575 bales of cotton belonging to the state for 7.65. judge Iorris. in a letter to the uresident. intimates that he will re sign at an early date. Fresh efforts are being made to have Russia modify her maximum diuties on American imports. The Cumberland Presbyterian church has been unanimously voted ;nto the Northern General Assembly. Wall Irokers are preparing :o tranT ,r offices to Jersey City to e --ient of the stamp tax. lilitia has been called out in the island of Iaui, Hawaii, where many Japanese plantation laborers are on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

H. AtLt., EDITOR. 7ntered at the Postoffice at Ne )errv. S. C.. as second class matter FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1905. A Good Motto. -tf yo never do more than y are paid for, you will never get p for more than you do." . ! is the I to which the jrl- of a rade trains school in Boston have adopted a, t principle which fhall guide them If us do n. I Wh is the-e ti wh it (oes no: apply' These young girls who are prep Ing themselves for a life of the hi est s 'cial service-that of real n fulness in the work of .he work have hit upon the principle of ti 'uccess. In fact, they have hit up the only principle which can assi success that is worthy of the nar It is a safe guide-the only safe gu for working girls and for worki bovs; for working men and for wo ing women. It is a motto which may be expai ed into a philosophy of life. It stands for honesty. for fide] and for efficiency. It stands for p pose, for courage and for zeal. recognizes the value of sincerity. integrity, of worth. It places m hood a...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

The Gre Ever Ki INo "Co Rie I have recer on upper Mi in my store them out at Since this st SPE On Fridi LISTEN! T and Up-to-< the FactoriE *Now is the tirm *never have an< *give you during * Bed Room Su * Hall Racks. * Sicteboards, + Reed Rockers * Chairs. * Bureaus. * Single Beds. * Mattresses. * Washstands. * Music Racks. * Remember that *close Saturday * Term *Place: Store Recenti NS Otest Sacrifice N tL the Pe not Sale" But G gard less itly purchased the Stoi iin street, and having on Lower Main street, once even at a sacrifi ore must be vacated t ,CIAL FURNE Ly, May26 and! his is no sale of old Jate, every article h# is within the last four i to buy anything you need i >pportunity again to buy sui this sale. A cheap sale of Ft re. some of the many article: its. I Music Cabinet I Lounges. Rugs. Carpets. Art Squares. Matting. Lace Curtains. Pictures. Easels. Screens. this Sale will begin on Frida night at 8 p. in., May 27.. C s: Spot Cash. No goods c* y occupied by R. J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

WRECK OF ODGEN SPECIAL. Blames The Crew-Many Prominent Railroad Men Testify at the Hearing. The following special to the Spar tanburg Herald gives the result of -c hearing before the railroad com missioners as to the Odgen wreck: Before the railroad commission the officials and employes of the Southern - iailway testified as to the circumstan ces surrounding the wreck of the special bearing the party of Mr. Robi. C. Ogden at Greenville. April 'A will be remembered that the nm.; running at the rate of 40 miles an Jour. -crashed into some empty -reght cars standing on the main line .Ithin the yard limits. From the bulk of the evidence it app,ars that the railroad people are 'ilmng to admit tha: the crew in -Zharge of the special train is at fault. 'The issue devolves upon the question -whcther or not this was a train of the :arst class. The crew in charge claim that it was, as it was being operated on an order which contained a de tailed schedule between Spartanburg -and Greenville. w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

THE PACIFIC MUTUAL Life Insurance Cnmpany of California Organized 1868 on "Old Line" Plan. Read what one who is recognized au thority on the subject, has to say: "Of late the magazines and daily papers have had much to say by way of criti cism of certain Life Insurance Compa nies, and especially with regaid to the Legal Organization of such Companies, and of the manner of their control. These CRITICISMS do not apply to Thel 'Pacific Mutual, but I)EMON STRATE the Truth of the Assertion that "for POLICY-HOLDERS The Pacific Mutual has the BEST Legal organization." It is not controlled by ONE or Two men, having no pecuniary interest or responsibility save as policy holders, or recipients of salary; But it is controlled by a BOARD of fifteen Directors, not mere dummies, but Stock holders in their own right, holding a large amount of the Company's stock, and Policyholners as well. The Direc tors of the Company are men of high Financial and Commercial standing, and are by LAW made RESPONSI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 May 1905

PUlsui-Ly PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. Luther A. Riser is home for tbe vacation. mr. W. L. Borroughs. representing tihc S. A. L. was in the city yesterday. Mr. John Congers. of Greenville, spen- Wednesday in the city. Mr. C. S. Monteith of the S. A. L. -was .i town this week. Mr. Geo. T. Bryan, of Greenville. was in town this week. Mr. Alec McBee. of Greenville. was in the city Thursday. Col. Geo. Johnstone spent ,Tuesday .and Wednesday in Columbia. Dr. James McIntosh left ysterday for Columbia to visit relatives. ~Mr. Z. F. Wright of the Commerc bank' attended the bankers' conven :-o in Anderson this week. M. B. Young. state agent for the Manhattan Life Insurance company, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. T. L. Streetman. of Asheville. returned to her home after spending son.e ;me with relatives in town. :Rev. C. L. Dowel!, of Henrietta, N. -C., will preach at Bush river church Sunday. 27th. Barry V. Dominick attended a meeting o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 7 1 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. TUESDAY -MAY 30, 190,5. TWICE AWE.$.0YA RUSSIAN FLEET ANNIHILATED TWELVE RUSSIAN WARSHIPS DESTROYED BY JAPS. One May Be Flagship of Russian Ad miral-The Report Seems Au thentic and the War Should End. Special to Herald and News. Charleston, S, C., May 29.-it has been officially announced in a dis patch from Tokio that the Russian Beet has been nracticaliv annihalated by the Japanese. Twelv warships sunk or captured. two transports and two torpedo boats des:rovers also sunk. Later reports awaited with inter est. There is no doubt of the auth-nticitv of the news. -News and Courier. The following specials are taken from The State of yesterday: Tokio. May 29. 2:15 p. .-It is of ficially announced that Admiral Ro jestvensky's fleet has been practically annihilated. Twelve warships have been sunk or captured, an I two trans ports and two torpedo boat destroy ers have b'een sunk. According to'he ;est informatio: the battle b'etween the Japanese an: Russi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

BROKE WITA THE MAYOR. Why the Chief Executive of Kansas City Will Have Nothing to do With the Reporters. Kansas City Star. A perfect %lay morning. The air cool and crisp and the sun shine sparkling in its brightness. The dingy city hall took on new colors in the long. whi:e rays. Down in the crowded streets the merry crowd was happy in the barter of the Spring on ion and the golden banan. A iorning unsuspecting in its scintillant beauty. Or eatioins are broken." :,aid May!( i. Neff :o a reporter f,,r the Star. Ye . t:' say \. Vhy. I'm sorry I- ;e \, th yre e ee - u rea tr..Relationus betweeT nc th :Sar Nr a:l all." i the m:nior, wth a Times this mornin. was unfriendly t, me. Yts:erday aternoon :he r wa;.s1 r1;-ieIdly t, mv. 1h Star and nhe Times both have been un rincidly to me for several weeks. I do not expect the Star to be friendly to me from now on. and the situatiOn should be properly understood. ' can't give you any news any sore: not any more." A cloud of smoke from the city...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

CASUALTIES AT MUKDEN. The Bloodiest of Recent Battles And Greatest of Modern Times. Philadelphia Public Ledger. Although the official estimates of the losses at the battle of Mukden have very matcrially modified the figures cabled while the smoke still hung over the field the results do not alter the main fact that this was the most terrible battle in modern his tory. The figures with which we shall probably have to be content scaled down more than half the first reports of the Russian casualties. and have very much increased the figures which record the price paid by the Japanese for their victory; but, with all these modifications, the aggregate of men engaged and the total number of killed and wounded establish new and horrid records in the annals of war. We a- still forced to deal in un certain quantities as to the exact number of the combatants. Com manders in the field do not -take the world, and especially the enemy, into their confidence as to their strength. and, where numb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

E. H. .ULL, EDITOR. Entered at the l'ostorice at Ne berry. S. C.. as scond class matter TUESDAY. MAY 30, 1905 Members Press Association. I have accepted the iix-taticion the proprieor' oi Keniiworth Asheville. N.. for the S uth Ca lina Press associatin t meZ Asheville en JTly - with the \ ginia and Nrth r a Pre a ZZzin R:;- '-1.;0 I)C" me aut o--' 'ndZi 1 a 1x' at f -li ti matte of :an-prtation will beg to dc; SO. 50. 1 E.''1LeAu. presidem' Twelve Pages. The He1ra7cd a.nd N"ews today p set :- es taxtwelve pag-, pal: It has tl-Ken Conisiderable ,-xtra w< to do tiS bu: with the anount advertLising we had it was necesS; in order to furnish the reading m ter that our subscribers are entit to havc. and The Herald and Ne will furnish the news. That is wv it is here for. We give in this pa E. 1. gu.: thirty columns o: new-,s and ': wholesome reading matter. As mit as we gve ordinarlyv. And in Mo7e. The poerial Qand Nes tdais teresting Over had iIa. A bo many candidatre are grooming gove...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

z.:.CARD 1. HOBSON WEDS. Hero c the Merrirnac Takes Miss rzeia Houston Hull of Tuxedo 1:-.. N. Y.. for his Bride. k. N. Y.. 1ay 2.-The * . - \ii X.Gizia'~UX Houston'i Capt. Richuond CaIrson Sreri of the United t.iOk place this afternoon if the ride's pareant. Mrs. Georgc Huntington Tu::edo. The c-remonv n%as Ipe~rfr:ne"d by' the Rev. WVm. Fitzsi.11 n, rec'tr i St. Mary's, Tuxedh Park. - n(er a sere,; -)r nree e S :lo-vers arranged betwcen 9 '. :e;co rvatory and the dr.awIng . A s;)ecialiv vrected alar was -vcrLd wii a magnincent altar cloth f tn Leri.d of Louis XIV. The :So cc .hich dec(ra:e(d tle altar :e-re .-em from liount \'ernon. t:e io f WVa,hington, by Mr-. Jn :o :he e:t,t Ver:on so cia E. Huil, youngnr sister e ie, was bridesmaid. and .Jaes an . es bs n. Jr.. U. S. tzher of the groom. acted as st mua:n. The entirc h't'se was ::ly and Irefselv co rated :.t of A. M. Tucker, of :m 1. hi, was the key with : hich va as i..ckedl ' the cell 4f the :a-rro at Sa ia-o rng the Spaaish-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

0@ 0. 0. 0. 0. . To be sold e 0; have an opp it -days sale. 0, +e Figures. Yot @0 Must Turn the es wife, and the 7Wash(Goods!] 1 aeVictoria white Lawn. 10c. kia 2css40 inch white Lawn, 15c. kin< cas Victoria~Book fold white Lawa .2 case fine white Lawns, worth 20c. : .0 2 lot Persian Lawn worth 20c. for tk l lot Persian Lawn, worth 35c. for t .0 Table Linens a 'Turkey Red damask, 58 inches wide. @0 C Tirkey Red damask, 58 inches wide, Tu rkey Red damask, 58 inches wide, Bke ned satin damask, 60 in. wide, Bleactcd su,in-damask, 70 in. wide, Bleaehed satin damask, 72 in. wide, UTnbleached Table damasi:, 72 in. wide -~ Unbleached Table Damask, 72 inche *sale, 5c * Thousands of yards of Mill Ends, Tal bleached, direct from Belfast Ireland,i e All placed on a big center table, as long half price. *e Clothing forMen,Bo: 0. I will sell you clothing for less ti of Newberry county buy them. I am Os clothing stock, cost will cut no ice-a lit now, boys you can't question the styles - .**dou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 May 1905

lever before posible, r ble wearing apparel fc '6atest bargain event i vith your purchase. C to the white and black, to PENS SA'TUJRDP F ALL KINDS! An in Millinery. Our -. Mot Millinery to be This v is big ten day,' .-chants of cost. It's not ~you es style to carry duing i another season. Sc. all, if you pay 5 eat ery stores a pen- big sa sa not my fault. .And y to wear hbts world d 98 cents, your . 'chants them, 25 cents. Los eady to wear ba'sLo d $r.-50, for t his 20 .49 cents. - sl 's sale I will sel i ' 'n o c 2,cns b h d hat in the house will be aIcce ed h's is The Place Fcr' Y r - - ery No SHOES AND SLIPPERS. lo 50 d to be sold for less than the hide co-i uI,t grew (n worth eather, you can t afford to mni.s ttins big 1o da-, s this bi orid and in the next world you on't nee-d them. .100 me Drew-Selby & Co., in the lot, worto $i 75 a bia dealer 100 Oxfords and Slip- thissa d over, $2.oo and 3 cen ot of the lot are Che .all piled on ,. Chrt o' choice at $1.49 81-e big four p...

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