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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE correspond enta DELTA & SUNSHINE Some farmers on the Helgath road spiked down their gates on Hallow e'en for fear of finding them in the neighbor's yard the next morning. A. P. Axlund made a business trip to Belliugham Saturday. Myron Baldwin has been on the sick list for a few days. Mrs. C. Ericson, and daughter Ma bei and Miss Bloniquist drove to Ferndale last week. Mrs. C. Chrißtopherson was a Lyn den visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Axllng, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Axlund and son Wendell and Miss Ellen Booman spent Fri day at the Booman home near Lyn deu. The club which met Saturday night was well attended despite the fact that the weather was unfavor able. The next meeting will be held on Saturday, November 14. The Sewing Circle will meet on Thursday November 12, at Hub home o Mrs. Henry Kuchenreuther. Charlie Hosnae wus In Lynden Friday. WEST DELTA Monday Barney Weidkamp auto ed to Uellingham taking Henry Wampler to the hospital. Mr. Wample? cut his instep eight ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —One bay horse, weight 1300, will drive single or double, cheap. On the Guide, one mile south of the boundary. D. Rut gers. 10-29-2 L FOR SALE—A fine violin at Nick Boerhave's, Lynden. 4t-10-29. AUTO FOR HIRE —Anywhere, any time. F. G. Knott, Phone R. 7CI, Lynden. 10-8-' FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har ness. Cow and calf. Wm. Brig ham, Route 2 Lynden. 9-17-tf. TO TRADE —Five acre tract near Seattle for horses and cows. The Tribune. 10-8-tf. FOR SALE —Few choice grade Lincoln Rams, exhibit at fnlr. W. E. Preston, Phone 4404, Lynden 10-1-tf. COWS FOR SALE- Fresh soon. John McClelland, west of Glen dale school house. 10-29-lt. AUTOMOBILE TO HIRE —Anytime. Anywhere. Prices reasonable. Progressive Auto Co., Phone R471 Lynden. 7-30-tf. 1 AM fully equipped to fill all or ders for drain tile —the best drain tile ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

Mr. and Mrs. W. Bridge J ones Teachers of Voice Piano Harmony Available for Concerts aud Recitals 422 EXCHANGE ULDG. BELLINGHAM HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third Mt. b»immmn Qrovmr mud Liberty Lynden, Washington For rent for halls, concerts, and private aud public en tertainments at reasonable hall rental. PHONE No. R702 WARREN E. HA WILY, Manor A WOMAN WITH A MIND IS QUICK TO GRASP A POINT Genuine values requires no "In ducements." We give our customers genuine values, and the women of our com munity have been quick to respond. We find from experience that it Days IS to give OCR CFSTOMERS genuine values, for THEY BRING OTHERS. That's why we are doing it and it is why we are GETTING A GREAT DEAL OF TRADE of this community in our line. Join the merry bunch, eat well, live long, and forget to die. THE BEST tOE OREAM IN TO WM VANDERYACHT'S STORE CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA always carry the Best of Meats By careful selection we secure only the best Beef. Fork, Mutton and Veal. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Extra Special Mackinaw coats for men, women and children, plain, stripes and plaids in plain or norfolk styles. All new and durable. You will not get such prices again on these all wool guaranteed coats. All sizes. Prices at from - - $4.25 to $8.50 Now 25% off The New Vest Blouses for ladies are the newest creation in ladies shirt waists. They are veryneat in designand matirial. They are made with the new glad-stone collars with a vest effect in front. See them at from - - $1.50 to $3.00 Sincerity Clothes For Men and Boys are the best to be had. We guarantee every suit to be all wool and to hold its shape and color. Made for service as well as style. The new models are here in Gray, Brown, Black and Navy. Priced at from $12.50 to $27.50 the suit or overcoat. Woolen Blankets The best values ever offered are be ing offered right now and here. Come in and see them, Gray, Tan and White with very neat borders. The best blankets ever offered at $1.15 Wool knapp blankets at fro...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

Vol. 7 CITY WON'T VACATE STRIP ON STH STREET Following a discussion before tile Council Friday night, a new petition in regard to paving Fifth street is now being circulated with the clause for the vacation of ten feet of t tie street by the city omit ted. The city would, however, give tlie property owners the use of the ten-foot strip for parking purpos es, but would retain the title to it. Considerable objection was raised to the vacation idea before the Council. Some objected on the ground of additional taxes that the free ground would make; others because they did not believe that the city should give away any of Its property. At the next meeting the Council will listen to the new petition, and will pass a resolution of intention tL.i pave, the preliminary step in yfte improvement. Three offers for Lyndon's $10,- --000 improvement bonds were read, and all rejected. The State made the highest bid, offering par. DRAG THOSE STREETS SAYS PROF. DAVIS The use of the King drag in the s...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

Best AobMoUe ottke market. 51 ,075 f-o. b. Lywlm, ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIR!NC at REASONABLE PRICES mc c::i - I«\*- -* C H "-£ Wi. C - X E -* £ PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. COR. 6TH AND FRONT ST.. LYNDEN PHCSE R<7< I\ ING ail we can for what we get. instead of getting all we can for what we give—that's what our Flight Selling Plan means. Hart. Schaffner & Marx Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. Cor. Hoil\ 3J"id CoiTirnerC 4.5.1 — Bell 111 gil3lLTl This is Stove Time MARION BEHLER LYNDEN. WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. Jobberi of PIPE IRON STEEL, AJVD GETVERAL. HARDWARE Women Should Check -• t". : • t :.: ")*-: i.z>z Zi? ;•: :.*.*•:. *>-:•.: ~ TJt-tc—i z-izjl •»:::•_:/_ Ast -.ZtZ t vt v-'-Z :: *i;>i_r_ Attu* T//?Sr NATIONAL BANK Bellingham. Washington Capital and Surpfirt - • 1300,OOOXK) LYNDEN LUMBER CO. Rough Timber and Dimension Lumber of all sizes Moulding F~ in is King Lxxnrtber Interior Trim Sash and Doors Porch Columns Store Counters and F~.gg Crates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

lOCAL and personal Mrs. T. Rogers is ill this week anil under tlie doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blonden left Friday for a short visit in Belling ham. Mrs. H. Julseth, the dressmaker, has rem rued from Bellingham af ter a visit of a week and ahalf. Florence Roberts in Sappho is coming to the Electric Theatre Fri day night. Mrs. Paul Ashby and son re turned Thursday after a two weeks' visit in Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. Earl White have rented the Wilcox place on Edson street. Ttie Methodist choir will hold a special sacred concert the Sunday evening before Thanksgiving. Have you seen Lynden's new street cleaner? He is A. Den Adel, Bad he will keep the asphalt pave ment spick and span this winter. Dr. S. S. Howe, Oculist and Aurist has arranged to be at the offices of Drs. McLend and Mounter on Tues day of each week. • Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Smith have Bparned to their home after spend ing the fall at the ranch of their son Hay, on Route 2. Danders masterpiece is Sapho. Lynden will have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

PAGE FOUR. the: lynden tribune: A Nswipipsr Devoted to the Advaneamanl of &■•■« Pro- Idea. UnlaOaenced br party, end altached solely to the public interest. Published at Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thuraday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Post-Office. Lyndon. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES —One Year M.so; Six Months 75c; Canada and Foreign. One Year, S2.W In Advance. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST THE PIONEERS Lynden entertained the pioneers this week. And Lynden was proud to do hon ors to these men and women who braved early hardships to build up the city, whose courage was great enough to overcome the wilderness, and whose faith was strong enough to maintain their position through times of privation. A great good humor must have buoyed them up in those early days — in those free, hospitable, grand old days, when all were good neighbors belonging to the common family, un hamper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Interesting Item* from the many flourishing town* in the count? by our own .. correspondent* - EVERSON Mrs. O. E. Shrader of Portland OrefOS returned to her home after a seven weeks visit at the home of lit-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Peist. Lent Groner left Tuesday for Port land where he will visit friends. Tony Qeartßar of Seattle, is vis iting friends here for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. Busliby and fam- Cyr. Uy were dinner guests at the C. Ar uell home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cyr entertain ed last Wednesday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herbst, Miss Its Bristol and John Cyr. Rev. David Reed is spending a few days at the I'resbyterian Manse. Mr. L. C. Durr autoed to Belling ham Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herbst left Monday for Laurel where they will make tneir future home. Mrs. A. Arnell and son were pass engera to Belllnghani Saturday. Mr. Ed.Knapp, Mrs. Harold-Knapp, and the Misses Edith and Aleda liunherg autoed to Lynden Tues day. Mr. and Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

PAGB SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —6 weeks old pigs. George Haveiman, Phone 2920 11-12-21 FOR SALE—A fine violin. Phone R763, Lynden. 10-29-4t AUTO FOR HIRE —Anywhere, any time. F. O. Knott, Phone R. 761, Lynden. 10-8-* FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har ness. Cow and calf. Wm. Brig ham, Route 2 Lynden. 9-17-tf. LOST—Two checks, one for $3 and one for $2, made out to Mrs. P. O. Berthusern. Signed "Farm and Fireside." Phone 3903. Lynden. 11-12-lt WILL THE PEftSON who took a lap robe from the milk stand at my place kindly return the same as they are known. Ed. O'Netl, Lyn den. 11-12-lt. AUTOMOBILE TO HIRE —Anytime. Anywhere. Prices reasonable. Progressive Auto Co., Phone R471 Lynden. 7-30-tf. lAM fully equipped to fill all or ders for drain tile—the best drain tile made. Guaranteed to stand anything that clay tile will stand, and some things t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

Mr. and Mrs. W. Bridge Jones Teachers of Voice Piano Harmony Available for Concerts and Recitals. 422 EXCHANGE BLDG. BELLINGHAM HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third Sr. betmroon Crorer mad Liberty Lynden, Washington For rent for balls, concerts, and private and public en tertainments at reasonable hall rental. PHONE No. R702 WARREN E. HA WIE V, Man'gr A WOMAN WITH A MIND IS QUICK TO GRASP A POINT Genuine values requires no "In ducements." We give our customers genuine values, and the women of our com munity have been quick to respond. We find from experience that It pays LS to give OUR CUSTOMERS genuine values, for THEY BRING OTHERS. That's why we are doing It and it is why we are GETTING A GREAT DUAL OF TRADE of this community in our line. Join the merry hunch, eat well, live long, and forget to die. THE BEST ICE DREAM IN TO WM VANDERYACHT'S STORE MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA always carry the Best of Meats By careful selection we secure only the best Reef, Pork, Mutton ami Veal. The q...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1914

Page eight. The name "Iron Clad" stands for all that is best in Eopular-priced osiery. Whether you want men's, women's, children'sor baby's hose, an Iron Clad will give you the best in wear, ap pearance and fit; at the right price. Ask us to show you an Iron Clad in the style and •ize you want — then compare it with any other make of hose at its price.... rou'll buy an ( ron Clad. > Corsets Not simply pieces of cloth and steel fastened together to wrap around your form— BUT "HENDERSON'S" Corsets made with skill and made by men who have studied the feminine figure. Every pair guaranteed at from $1.00 to $3.50 each Shoes THE RELIABLE KIND is the only kind we sell. Try a pair of the new "kick-proof" Buster Brown Shoes for boys. The toe is guaranteed not to wear out before the rest of the shoe. $2.50 and $3.00 the pair Logger Shoes for Men $4 25, $5.00 $6.50 and $7.00 Comforters That will wear and keep you warm and so reasonable in price. Well made and all are good patterns. Extra we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

Vol. 7 TAXATION SYSTEM BRANDED FAILURE That the present system of tax ation in Whatcom County and the State of Washington is a total fail-* ure is the substance of the fifth Biennial Heport of the State Board of Tax Commissioners issued <his week. The commissioners brand the general property tax now in use ug "an antiquated aud exploded the ory of taxation", and "one which most civilized nations have dis carded.' The commissioners recommend in their report a constitutional amend ment designed to equalize taxation upon the same class of subjects. The following are extracts from the report of tiie commission: — The general property tax may be applied with reasonable success and justice when the bulk of the pro perty of a state or nation consists of lands, goods and chattels of B tan gible character such as attach to and are a part of agricultural pro perty or products. Such property may be measured, counted and num bered and its value may be arrived at with reasonable certainty by ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

Beat Autvvnobik tbe market. $1 ,075 Lvwt« ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REP AIRINC REASONABLE PRICES PROGRESSr\'E AUTO CO. a! we can for what ■ cut for what v, c give— what out SeKeg Plan nett*^ Hart Ssriv&ffner A: Marx Suits 515.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. This is Stove Time Akivr *M ana hrc » :ri> Bart nrtr .t :rvr nnrs, no* ~uarwr i-.rc-r ,i 'ancrs arc hearrc* mjut "5 r .\a~» try Mnvr. '"ftnapr ?W».-t' arc p- v . n,- uJv-.->mm.v iTiirif In .-v.-vie t: .-.-are rtact aiu rsl it- ma: ttwi iirvkjr S»e>acr" anVM aa- gMnl a- rtrv «rr-- saptv r»" lure - it«r IVLAJRIOIV BK-HLER LVNDE !V. WASHINGTON U E MAM: THE LIMBER —«-irr ;tif riTttlv- arte -ruifT rv-i*.-a* tr tt»f Iv*: " .nr*.r*i» r r wvrv .-rihrtpv *.rvr orv»- anc *mor» t*tuira* IF TOl ItECOINGTO IOILI "Air nil. hmzdk. n* rur -frvuXfctvnr a n*r t»if; v* mil Man: t»rvr a. —r» n* nmKf- s*« u» n* ittitrrtrmTtf ir u» Don't Wait r;> :.~ :co:r:j:.;*i ir >*-fc jr etc lar v«i nt lie snAUCik*' I *m. h»«r i Btttr mrat— it tlv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

LOGAL and PERSONAL Huen's orchestra will play at :i dance at Custer November 25. Miss Helen Smith was a Belling ham visitor over the week sad. Mr. and Mrß. Harry Smallfield an Mrs. B. C. De Long visited in Bell ingham Saturday. The Amphiction Club will meet Friday. November 27, at the home of Mrs. Robert Kitten berg. Mrs. Plank visited her daughter Mrs. A. M. Frost at. Wiser Lake over Sunday. Miss Tilda Tromp visited in Bell ingham and Blame for a few days last week. The Library Board has ordered twenty-five new books which are sa> pecttd to be in the last of this week Mr. John Thompson went east of the mountains on a business trip. Mrs. Thompson visited Bellingham friends durind her husband's absence. Mrs. G. J. Polinder has returned home after visiting ■ week with her daughter Mrs Frank Landaal in BBelllngham. James Brinks, vice president of the Yakinnt Investment Company, ,i fruit mconcern, spent Saturday and Sunday in Lynden as the guesi of Ralph Le Cocq. Mrs. B. C. De Long w...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

PAGE FOUR. the: lynden tribune A Newspaper Devotid to the Advancement of Every Pro* graitiv* Idea. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely to the public interest. Published at Lynden. Whatcom County, Washington, Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Post-Office. Lynd«n. Washington. SUBSCKIPTION RATES One Yeartl.so; Six Months 75c; Canada and Foreign. One Year, $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Kates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" ON GUARD! On guard, Nooksack Valley Farm era. An enemy that will bring terror into this district is now ravaging the Uvited States. It may be headed this way. This foe is the "Foot and Mouth Disease." It has swept through state after state, bringing disease to man and beast. Striking the cattle first, it reaches out and wiezes men, women and children. Vigilance alone can keep it out. Manager Herman Elenbaas aof the Lynden Creamery issues a warning in this issue of The Tribune. Ev...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Intoraetm, Item, from the many flouri.hin, town, in th. county by our own I correspondent! CLEARBROOK Esther Swauson was home from Bellingham Normal last Sunday. Cora Hagen and mother are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Jauier sou in Eastern Washignton. Mr. Keid of Everson spoke in the Presbyterian church here Sunday. The boy's basketball team play ed Northwood Thursday afternoon. The game ended with a score of 22 to 3 in favor of Clearbrook. Mrs. P. Eine and daughter Trina, called on Mrs. W. H. Phillips Sun day. Jennie Ware of Van Buren called on Barbara Phillips Sunday after noon. Mr. E. M. Shirk was a Bellingham visitor Saturday. Mr. diaries Arrel ts visiting rel atives iv Grant County. She is ex pected home Monday. A social was given by the Christ ian Endeavor Society, Saturday even lug In Swanson's Hall. The evening was spent in games after which a dainty lunch was served. The girls basketball conch is not coming to train the team until after the bud weather is over...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE—Nearly new Indian Mo torcycle, fully equipped, twin cyl inder, iyi:!**nodel. $150 Bauman Implement Co., Lynden, Wash. 11-19-21 FOR SALE—Fine Toulouse geese for breeding or for the holidays. B. 0. Crabtree, Lynden, Wash. 11-19-tf FOR SALE —Good rick wood, $1.00 per rick. Bertram Shingle Mill. 11-19-3t FOR SALE —6 weeks old pigs. George Have!man. Phone 2920 Jt-12-2t FOR SALE—A fine violin. Phone R768, Lynden. 1 0-29-41 AUTO FOB HIRE —Anywhere, any time. F. G. Knott, Phone R. 701, Lynden. 10-8- 4 FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har ness. Cow and calf. Wm. Brig ham, Route 2 Lynden. 9-17-tf. AUTOMOBILE TO HIRE —Anytime. Anywhere. Prices reasonable. Progressive Auto Co., Phone R471 Lynden. 7-30-tf. lAM fully equipped to fill all or ders for drain tile —the best drain tile made. Guaranteed to stand anything that cla...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

Mr. and Mrs. W. Bridge Jones Teachers of Voice Piano Harmony Available for Concerts and Recitals. 422 EXCHANGE BLDG. BELLINGHAM HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third Ml. bmtm—n Oravmr and Llbarly Lynden, Washington For rent for balls, concerts, and private and public en tertainments at reasonable hall rental. PHONE No. R702 WARREN E. HAWLEY, Man'gr A WOMAN WITH A MIND IS QUICK TO GRASP A POINT Genuine values requires no "in ducements." We give our customers genuine values, and the women of our com munity have been quick to respond. We find from experience that it pays IS to give Ol'it CUSTOMERS genuine values, for THEY BRING OTHERS. That's why we are doing it and It is why we are GETTING A GREAT DEAL OP TRADE of this community in oaf line. Join the merry bunch, eat well, live long, and forget to die. THE BEST IOE OREAM IN TO WN VANDERYACHT'S STORE CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA always carry the Best of Meats By careful selection we secure only the best Beef. Pork, Mutton ami Veal. Th...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 November 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Table Linen Special We have the largest and most complete line of pure Irish table linens in the city. For Thanksgiving special you can buy $2.25 Pure Irish Linens, yd $1.60 2.00 " " " " 1.45 1.65 " " " " 1.35 1.50 " " " " 1.00 .85 " " " " . .63 Napkins to match all cloths at the same reduced price. Special Shirt Waists The biggest values ever offered in white shirt waists with embroider ad fronts, high or V-neck and half sleeves. All well made. Sold regularly at from $1.25 to $2.50. Now special Shoes for every member of the family Ladies' dress shoes at from - - $3 to $5 Children's school shoes at from - - $1.90 to $3.00 Boys heavy shoes at from - - $2 to $3.50 Men's drrss or heavy shoes at from $2.50 to $7.50 High or low top Kid Gloves The kinds that are guaranteed to wear. Irelands' or Sim mon's well made gloves are the right kinds. Ladies' kid gloves at from $1.50 to $3.50 Men's " " " - $1.50 to $1.75 Child's- - $1 each WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD ITS SO FARMERS MERCAN...

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