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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 March 1904

B Specia^Adyance Sale of Spring Goods Many Interesting- Bargains for This Coming 1 Week. Owing to the continued cold and stormy weather, our Annual Spring opening has been postponed for another week. Never theless we are showing an extensive and most up-to-date line of Ladies' Shirt Waists, Walking Skirts, [Jndennuslins, Dress Goods and Millinery. The prices will be exceedingly advantageous and will appeal to all economical buyers. This store has no rival where Quality and Prices are concerned. Only a Few Items Are Listed—Worth Your Consideration—Read Them. Dress Goods Special 40 inch wide Wool Voile, in black, cardinal, blue, tan and cream, worth 75c, for ....» 40 inch Ktamine, Coverts, Serge*. Mohairß, Scotch Mixtures, new Spring weaveH. come in most fashionable Bhades and black, '1^)(' worth 7.~»r, for Ladies' Petticoats r~. — T —.,- i *S— $--00 Ladi*-H' Black Mercerized Satteen Petti f \. coats, 12-ineb flonnce, G rows of rushing nnrt l[ I "^l cording, worth $2 00, 61 QQ «* ) "\...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts gfif Lr,rge Htock juHt received. All latent "f^:-^&^W\<\ X A V/\ «fvlc«, with automobile gear, large JlM%is ' tMl^'^t^L', Nvfj cushion tires and porcelain handles. t'M&£^^ >**s^i - v?~~~~J Ranging in price j ikst£jr:"^ij* i ''^W/iN/ 85.00 to $35.00 v kfP- It is Hearing tliu time for Spring houseeleaning and you may find that you are in need of some new CARPETS Don't fail to sue our line; we can save you money, as we will sol! all carpets at greatly reduced prices for 30 Days Only, April 1 to May 1 All 51.50 Carpets at $1.25 All $1.00 Carpets at $ .85 All 1.25 Carpets at 1.00 All .75 Carpets at .60 All 1.10 Carpets at .90 All .65 Carpets at .50 And all others at the same proportionate discount. W. Gr. BUSSE Complete House Furnisher.- Colfax, Wash. Palo use Land Company f A Seven miles northwest !We Offer 1760 Acres j°f st- J°h». 85° ■«■ -^ in summer fallow and new breaking crop; balance to be summer fal...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

t TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Annnal Study Wepk for Whit man County Instructors. Lectures Will be Delivered by V.. A. Bryan of Pullman and A. X Winship of Boston. The annual teachers' institute of Whit man county will convene in Colfax, com mencing Monday morning and dosing Friday evening. It i* expected that about 260 teachers will be present and tiiat very helpful and instructive sessions will be held. The instructors for the institute are 0. I^. Waller, professor ol mathematics and civil engineering "t the W. A. ('.; A. E. Winabip, editor "Journal ol Education" and "Primary Teacher," Boston, Mass.; W. «i. Hart ranft, superintendent of schools, King county; V\. (i. Beach, professor of eco nomic science and history, W. A. C ; il C. Sampbon, principal preparatory de partment, \V. A. C; F. M. McCully, deputy state snperintendent. Lectures will be delivered by E. A. Bryan, president of the Washington Agricultural College and School ol Sci ence and A. E. Winehip of Huston, Mmhh. Moth of those ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

[jFrom County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U S to Robert X Squibb ewq 2-13 --37 patent U S to Samuel Spencer patent Bh neq lote 1,2 of 4-15-45 Deeds. Sarah D L Harriß et al to Charles Leruley lot 4 of 6 20 44 2171 P S Stanley to Jaß Shields lota 7,8 blk 2 McDonald's add Tekoa . 1 J VV Comer to J X McCornack part lot 5 & lot 9 blk 6 Wiley's Ist add Palouse 500 Robert Turner to Porter Sigmau nwq 12-15-45 3990 First Nat'l Bk Colfax to J P Mc- Call all 19-17 40 1 Susie F Beebe to Frank Reiche nauer lot 4 blk 1 Prescott & Per kins Riverside add Colfar 650 Mary Becker to Edward A John eon lole 3,4 blk 47 (ii 11b add Gar field 400 Isabella A Lockhart to M LTaylor lots 3,4 bis 2 Lockhart'e add St John 100 Fred Juhnke to John S White lote 1,2,3 blk 17 Perkins' & Preecotts Riverside add Colfax 1200 County Treasurer to H C Eitel lot 4 blk 5 lots 5,« blk 13 lot 4 blk 17 lot 2 t.lk lSKlberton lot 3 blk 2 Ist add Elberton lots 4 to 7 blk 2 2nd add Elberton 4 Lemuel P Berry to Ro...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established. 1877. Entered at the poatoffice at Colfax ai second clan* matter. Subscription. $2 OO a year — $1.50 If paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies. sc. Official paper of the County of Whitman and City of Col fax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. Bd6 p.m. To Spokane 7:. r>s a.m. 4 : :tt) p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:1} p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 4:15 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. H:'2o p.m. Call for Committee Meeting. A meeting of the Republican Central Committee of Whitman County i<* hereby called to convene in the City hall, at Pullman, Wanhinsrton, on Tueßday, April ;">, 1001, at 2:-i<) o'clock p. m., for the trariHHrtion of such buNineßH an may properly come before it. C. N. <i.\i»i>is. Chairman. Voice of the squirrel: "Shoot the shooters." Does that King county buniuenH look anything like a nhell game? There are Home very ctr.ioiiH situations developing in thin pre-convention cam paign. Wi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

a X c Resources?* Manchuria^ Why the Czar', Troop, Ru^ian Enterprise Since the 4~!' t± WK. V Al>t *° St"Ye Province Was Occupied-Much w "c Campaigning There Wheat and Many Flouring Mills 4-> tttttt'tttttttttttttttttt'tttt [Special Correspondence ] VANCOUVER, B. C, March 12.- An army officer who recently returned from the ,far east brings with him some highly Interesting Information regarding the resources of Manchuria, that country lv which Russia's enemies expect her great armies to starve to death while waiting a chance to get at the elusive Japs. Granting the difficulty of traus porting stores over the Transsiberian railroad and the distance of the field of war from Russia's main base, there Is still food enough in Manchuria to sup port a sreat population for months. The mineral and timber wealth of A FORTIFIED WATCHTOWER IN MANCHURIA. Manchuria is well known, but its agri cultural possibilities have been gener ally vastly underestimated. The valley of the Liao river, which...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

6 . The question of keeping the milk cans covered while In transit from the farm Wo the factory Is mi Important one, and our iiutiermukt-rs should tnk»> i great er interest in having thii done. Milk In subjected to I variety of almses up on the farm und should not he com pelled to sutler Htill further punishment while on the way to the creamery when it is possible by means of a little atteu ilon to deliver it in the muse condition 1n which it left the dairy. The butter maker who will may succeed in Induc ing his patrons to blanket their can**, and this fact has been impressed upon the mind of a writer in Creamery Jour nal by observation made during cream ery Inspection work. At some eremner ies we find, he ways, every load of milk well covered with blankets and at oth er factories in the same locality an en tire absence of such care upon the part of the patrons. Now, why Is this true? Is It reasonable to suppose that all of the careful dairymen of the locality have centered their...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

All Around the County ST. JOHN JOTTINGS. George Palmer, the Colfax liveryman was here the first of the week. Carroll & Larkin of Colfax shipped three ear loads of fat hugs from here Tuesday night. A large number of phones were re caved by the local companies last week to b<- oaed in extending the lines. A J. Stone was here last week from lus home near Rosalia. 11. 1. Chapman, representing the "NankerVLife," was here last week from Pullman. Terry Hasting passed through town but Thursday, en route to his home near Tine City, from a business trip to Colfax. Minn Edith Davis is now teaching in the Kamiac district near Hock lake having recently closed her work at En terprise. A. H. Kidredge of (i or field has been checked jo as 0 It. & X. agent here, dur ing the illness of li. W. Boyle, who has been in a Spokane hospital for several days. George Oliver of Indiana and F. A. Ratliff of lowa, have recently purchased r quarter section of land on the Cotton wood. Minn Mattie Roafl,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 April 1904

8 JLllv a Clll %J wPIJS UO^ \/Uvllill^ vldlv , .. BMIMMB^i^ tm ™ Onln Dm^n® Annil A Owing to thebackwardness of the season our formal Spring Opening Qnln (1110110 AtlPll A UUIU UUblig n|Jl II T 1 will not take place until April 4. We have made elaborate prepara- UulU UjJullO H|Ji II T - ■■ * tions for this all-important event and have gathered here for your pj ■ ■■ jj UIOSOS AEIPI inspection and criticism, by far the largest and best selected stock of UIOSGS ABHI L — SPIIING and SUMMER Merchandise this store has ever Bhowu. I L .— The Season's Newest and Brightest Merchandise will all be shown here. Charming New Styles, Fascinating Merchandise, Rich Displays of the most approved styles in Suits, Skirts, Waists, Gloves, Neckwear, Belts and Things Ready-to-Wear, as well as a most interesting group of handsome Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Wash Goods, Waistings, Linens, Fancy Novel ties and Millinery, especially imported to take part in this fashion show. nilß PPP4T RIIYINP AnVANTAfiE...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

FHE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTT-BETENTH YKAR. Baby Carriages .:/:.^ and Go-Carts *jfg Large stock just received. All latent KIA niyles, with automobile gear, large te?sf£ '*A^^^M'^i^^A cushion tires and porcelain handles. /"^^^'^t^^O/^^^f Ranging in price r-,^/-;v^? /^V/M VV^» $5.00 to $35.00 loi- 7 — It is nearin^ the time for Spring housecleaning and you may find that you are in need of some new CARPETS Don't fail to see our line; we can save you money, as we will sell all carpets at greatly reduced prices for 30 Days Only, April 1 to May 1 All $1.50 Carpets at $1.25 All $1.00 Carpets at S .85 All 1.25 Carpets at 100 All .75 Carpets at 60 All 1.10 Carpets at .90 All .65 Carpets at .50 And all others at the same proportionate discount. W. Gc. BXJSSE Complete House Furnisher. Col fax, Wash The First National Bank of Golfax Oa pi t«>i $eo,ooo oo Stockholders' liiability 60,000 OO Surplus 30.000 OO Total Responsibility «o I»epositorsslso.ooo OO The Firnt National Hank of ("olfax transact...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

I TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Much Interest is Manifested by Whitman Instructors. liPctnrPS by President K. A. Bryan, A. V. Wtiihhip ami Others are Knjoyed by Kvery One. The twenty-third annual KMiOfl of the Whitman County Teacher* 1 Institute convened in Colfax Monday. April 4, and will adjourn thin evening. The forenoon sessions urc being held in the high school building and the afternoon and evening meetings in the eooit bouee Super n iuteiident S. M. IfeGroskey iH presiding and Ada Hunt Wexler iH the secretary, assisted by Lulu A. Powell. There in a splendid attendance, 255 being enrolled. The different minister* of the city con duct tin- invocation tit the opening of each session and the musk in by the in stitute, Julia Anna Bross being the pianist. Aside from the regular institute study ami diaeneaton, the teaebere have been privileged to listen to several splendid lectures. Monday afternoon W, <; Hnrtranft, superintendent o! public iu stroction for King county, spoke inter esting)...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

Pick the Word That Wins $5.22 It isn't an easy task we have sot the school children--* pick a word from one of this months a,lv,rtisc,,,c,,ts i | MI , , IMS llnl „,,. select a word that has been frequently used by every other mercantile house, yet has not been used by this one in more than , year, perhaps several years, is something of a job. Close, regular readers oi our ads may have noticed the absence of this word UChnH° UnCemef •; !l the-VT thCy <an gIRISS readily- If thCF haVen<t tIK-V Wi" have to ■» » »"""• Anyhow hehool Children are advised to read this month's ads carefully and catch the word that appears only once. The first one that hands it in gets $5.00. The next five correct guesses get $1.00 each. Write the word on a slip of paper, enclose it in 2 envelope on which you have written YOUR NAME and address, and bring it to the office- at Lippitt's Store. I GRAND LIPPITT'^ GRAND SPRING *— lir-M— 111 O> SPRING opening Incomparable Sale opening Splendid Offerings fr...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASK, PUBUSHKK. KstablUhed, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Collax as second class matter. Subscription. $2 OO a year — $I.<">O If palrt in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies. sc. Official paper of the County of Whitman and City of Collax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland B:M Pm- To Spokane 7:•"."» a.m. 4:W p.m. To P-ndletnn 10:4"> a in. S:l:> \>.w. From Moscow !(:4:"i a.m. 4:15 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 830 p. m. Register 1 The oftice H'eker will booq be abroad in the land. lleautify your home wirroundingH by uwiiit a rnke. ThiH in the Heanon of the year when the umall boy ditf* tiHhlmit for hiH dad. liryan i« probably bitf enough to de feat Cleveland, but not bitf enough to nominate Bearst. UnlesH a voter in registered he cannot cant a ballot at the special city election, Tuesday, April 2<>, 1904, which in called to decide whether or not CoHai will build a filtering plant for the water workH HVHteaj. It is easy e...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

A LONDON SUNDAY. CHURCH PARADE IN THE FORENOON IS THE PROPER CAPER. Brery Britisher 1» Supposed to At tend Divine Service on Sunday 1 -'orenoon, lMit g— lit— Ml London Worshiper* Take an Airing. [Special Correspondence.] London, Feb. 27.—1n America strictly fashionable folk rather abstain from driving or walking on Sunday, not alto gether from motives of piety, however i,nt partly because "common" people go out for an airing on that day, and your true blue blooded aristocrats of* the western republic do not like to be caught out among surroundings which could possibly suggest that they, too, work for their living and must perforce take holiday on Sunday. Her,, it is different The Sunday morning Hyde park church parade is bo much an Knglish institution that it may be classed as part of the British constitution. In London it is a mark of respectability to go to church. You may not actually go. but if all the out- Blde world thinks you go your repu tation is saved. All the pomp and pa ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

6 GREAT LAKE BAIKAL THE HOLY SEA WHICH BREAKS THE TRANSSIBERIAN RAILWAY. Uott It iMtMMI ItiiKNin'H I)ifll«?ul lii'« In SfiiditiK lroopM to the Far BBrt 1 7nr\s ItHlrn Not I iU< >> to Slurvc In Manrhnrlu. Lake Baikal, tbe holy tern, Is the taunt.- of mucb trouble and vexatious delay to the Russians In the transporta t ion of troops, stores and munitions of war to tbe scat of Avar in Manchuria. This great body of water is situated In southeast Siberia on the line of the Transsiberian railroad, about 3,500 miles from Moscow and 1,500 from Vladivostok, and makes a break thir ty-seven miles wide in the road. Baikal is one <n" the largest lakes of fresh water in the world and is the largest on the Asiatic continent.' it is ,iJ,:tO miles Untji and from twenty to lh'ty miles wide. A line of road i* being constructed around the south ern snore of the lake, but because of the mountainous character of the .shore and the great distance to be cov ered it is not likely to be completed...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

[All Around the County LA CROSSE LOCALS. A Y. P. B. C. E. was organized here last week and tbe following officers were elected »or six months: President, Mrs S. 11. Maxwell; vice president, Clyde On. , ,l«.|i; corresponding secretary, Miss Daisy Toel; recording secretary ' E I) Rl dredge; treasurer Amy Rudolph; organ mt. Miss Leslie Beboabel; ushers, Willie Ogden and Walter Kumgarner The first meeting was held at tbe home of Rev. Maxwell last Sunday evening and there was a good attendance. Mrs Maxwell tod at this meeting. M isH Irfslie Srhnabel will lead the meeting ntxt Sunday evening, commencing at 7 o clock. Our three county fathers and our county surveyor were taking in our town one day last week. Miller Stevens, deputy sheriff of Okanogan county, was visiting his brother, Gafford Stevens, the first of the week. Frank Woodin was a Colfax visitor one <lay last week. Miss Viola Walker was here several days List week, tbe guest of Miss Daisy A. l"uel. J Mrs. S. H Zimmerman went ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 April 1904

8 * Special Corset Sale ** >, /fW of the Newest and Most Modern Styles „. The American Lady Corset Leads. It is the envy of every lady who dresses well and \iffl/hl(l&f S'I()WS a perfect form. The American Lady Corset is the only one. Special inducements £^ fSifSSsiiT rnpNr- for the coming week. Try one and it will be ample proof of their merits. Cl^(W^L. I Anerieaß Lmdj L#Bgfelto M«4el *& 1 W w/ij? Awerkaui La4y Tape Girdles Anirriran Lady Lou- Skirt Girdles g^_Zff M/B /*} 'W%Ni # JP9 Awt'iieaii L;ul.> Butistc iiirrilcs liiMiiraii Lady Straighl Front j ffiS^ Ww^kt* $fs&r W *" American l-a<l.\ Torsrt Waists Prices ranging from !«.»<• i<» SL\OO. 3^J^^%f^iM^W^XkW3^^ Prices ranging from 49c to $2.00. SooOiirDwpla.i. \ S,-,- Our Display WOMEN SCULPTORD At the World's Fair .J THE Louisiana Purchase exposi tion makes a distinct advance j of public opinion on the worn- j an question. The disposition the exposition au thorities are making of the exhibits of women'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 April 1904

THB^COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKNTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Ed. Harpole's Full Measure House Family Wines and Liquors JQ THE FAMILY TRADE * i"Pt'j claim the largest and most corn _ ■ - plete assortment of Imported and I)o --iniHtic Wines and I/()uors in the city. My motto is "High tirade, Full Measure and Modest Prices." Buying in large quantities* direct from the best distilleries and wineries and paying cash for all goods, places me io a position to Hupply you h'gher grade wines and liquors for lens money than any other boose. 1 invite your careful inspection of thin lint of tine wines, guaranteed absolutely pure and especially adapted for fum>ly and medici nal une, and solicit a trial order, knowing tlje goods will speak for thenr selves and hi cure your future patronage. 1 gallon Pure Port Wine $1.50 % gallon Pure Port Wine 75 1 gallon Pure Sherry Wine $1.50 % gallon Pure Sherry Wine 75 (Jiiart bottle Fine Old Port Wine 50 t^iiart bottle White Port Wine for medicinal UHe 1.00 Quart bottle Bent ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 April 1904

1 THI WATER (lUESTION (Wax IVople Hunt Decide on April 20, IWM. The Proposition Now Before the Voters is One of Vital Impor tance to the City. The city council at its last meeting authorized Councilman Cairns and Superintendent Dirr t<, go t() Oregon City, Oregon, and investigate I'm* filter ing plant in nee in that city. These two gentleaMO, accompanied by 8. < Armstrong, who was hent by the Colfax Conamereial dob, to represent the <iti /.euH, visited Oregon City last week. They spent considerable time at the Altering plant and witnessed it- opera tion from the time the water i« taken from tin- Willamette river until it ih taken from the hydrants in tbe city for Ufte. Mr. Armstrong baa <>n exhibition in his oflee water from the Willamette river before and after filtering. Every particle of foreign substance iK removed by tbe filter after a Bolntion of com menial alum has been added and al lovmil to precipitate. Many of our peo pie huve been afraid of tbe filtering pr...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 April 1904

Pick the Word That Wins $s.°° We want to make plain to all the School Children in town the conditions of our word contest TRY TO UNDERSTAND THE POINTS CLEARLY ISt* Tinonth! rCI W* lMteild tO USC tWS "lOlini WW ****** °"ly °"Cc durillgtlie 4th' O«Kv one guess is allowed each compentor. 2ml m i . i .. stll< No S»^s« will be counted, even tJioiigh correct, if handed in before the word 4ud. This word may have been in our ad. ofMpril Bth, ar it may appear in this appears in the ad. one, or it may appear April 22nd, or it may not appear until April 25th. <*ti. m „ . «• v ■■*„... J A|>ru ****• <»*•». All -nesses from School Children in town m.M be hauded in to our ollice not .si«. it will be a word that has not appeared in any of LippiH's ads. in more than mailed). " year ' »«"• »• I*l RCHASE IS KHUItEI TO AIIMIT Y<HK Ul ESS. Second LIPPITT'S Second Week Incomparable Sale Week Let those price hints act as your shopping guide and you will not stray from the path of economy. T...

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