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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

^ T> W Times-Register and Sentini PUBLISHED EVELV" THURSDAY. r <\ q.teqn!c5r 4k <aa?'t^ ^ For desirable woods in the at>ovo lines, at monoy-savlng prices, t t?o to [ E. B. MARSHALL'S Corner Main and Broad Streets f m RENTS GETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. K! x E. R. MOOR1 Sergeant's Office, College SALEM. VA. nonononononoitonofionononoi | OUR SODA |FOUNTAIN fO HKKVKN 'I'll K COOI.F.HT AND V HOST KEFKKNHINO SODA, ' HADE I'ROM THE PVRESTAND O HOST WHOLESOME HATERI. if VL8. O L PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY O PRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY if O OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? PROVE ITS MERITS. OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EOG O PRINK8 ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE >* THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O f WE ALSO MAKE FRKSII HOME MADE y CANDIES DAILY. tt PAUL STAMTTS PO NALKM,VAT S<?0*0...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

CATCH MUSKRATS Minks <111 <1 Kingfisher Also Costly to State of Louisiana and | Mississippi. Minks, inuskrats anil kingfishers havo cost Lou'slana anil Mississippi many millions of dollars by causing crevasses in the lnvnnu ul.tM.r i I... M J.... i Ii; i IA-P UIVII|E) VUl ll>~j cr. The kingfisher makes his nest ,1 in a. tunnel about three inehes in i; diameter and about Iti feet 1 deep, which he drives into the P river bank. During the spring, ' when the river rises, the wrtc: 1 readies these t mnels, they are * enlarged, the sides cave in uid a I erevass is opei ed which permits ' the water to Mow through upon the cultivated lands. It is ' said to be impossible to locate the kingfisher nests, because the ; birds conceal their abodes in j such sagacity; but the levee, commissioners in both Louisiana and Mississippi have for years been encouraging people to hunt ' tliem down by offering a reward 1 of a <lollar a head. In sonic | places alon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

" i > -!?.n f RECOLLECTIONS | Qf incidents of Company C'. 28 I Ue^. Va. Vol. I>uring First Year of the Civil War. /Continued from last week.) 'TP 1 bolieve it was Monday, July 15th, our company was detailed for outpost duty some three or four miles down the road, leading to Washington, where the I Springfield road leading to a crossing of the upper Potomac crosses the Washington road where we were stationed. Mr. J. P. Martin was sentinel in the road, I was a little iu the rear in the bushes making a cup of coffee in an old tin can. Mr. Martin called to me, stating that General Beauregard was approaching and asked if he should halt him. I replied yes, as he evidently wanted some information or wished to give some orders. The General approached, gave the countersign, inquired who had charge of that squad and called inc out. When 1 approached the General very pleasantly remarked that the enemy was advancing. He theu remarked he had ordered the company on my extrem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 27 January 1910

(From oar regular correspondent.) Washington, D. C., Jan. 22, 1910. Wf During the past week Wash* W ington has had more than its usW ual complement of Congresses, J for besides the Chronic Congress, or the one we always have with us on the Hill, there has been here a Congress of Governor* of the States and the Civic Federation Congress. Inasmuch as one of these Congresses was composed of the Governors of j the States it in not necessary to add that it was a distinguished gathering, but the Congress of Civic Federation was also composed of distinguished men whose names are familiar to readers throughout the United States. Botli of the in were addressed by the President and by Senator Root and other distinguished men, while members and senators attend their meetings. They were entertained at the White House, at clubs and by residents of the city. When President Tuft appeared on the stage at the first meeting of the Congress of Civic Federation, he was received with enthusiastic applau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

^ I m &tmcs Everything for Your Frutt Cake I =?111*1 ID 55 M6D S H6flY.y SlliTlS B a kull link ok | igt ^ ti^ and many other articles of B \ 1NE ^ON|,?( TIONEUIfcS | A / ^ | strictly Winter Goods on the | ,*A # Fruit Cake <t? 20c per pound V^Qn$0llllat^O ! IB IB IBM I ^3^lOX> CtllbcV 16* 1903 <* Bargain Counter to close out. 1 Don't Forget We Sell Electric Light j IL/' i& *- IK/ IK/ JK. IK/ IL/ 1/ I Phone No. 34 I , . ^ * * W * + Johnston, Day & Terry tc. 1 VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1310. NUMBER 3 > j [ ll/lllllli nninn hi - ~ 5 ~ : WILLIAM UUINi ELECTROCUTED LcTt Full Confession of Hi* Crime, to !>o Published After His Death. Last Friday, Jan. 28th, William Goins, colored, was electrocuted at the Richmond penitentiary, for murdering Thomas Walker, colored, in Salem, on .Tii no oiih 1000 wru ^ W.1V KVI1, X?/V/?/. f? llllt' ed in Salem jail, Goins made the following conf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

J SUMPTWN OfMILK WB Tli? Cows of United Statet? FurW nisli 00,000,000 Quarts a | I>ay. I I Only one-third of the milk produced daily in tills country is consumed in its original form, the remainder being converted into butter and cheese, and yet we drink about 20,000,000 quarts a day, states the New York Times. This means ,hrt the American cow furnishes s with no less than 60,000,000 quarts a day. The significance of these figures becomes apparent when it is considered that enough milk is produced to givo a quart a day to every five persons. Tho figures also suggest why it is that America is a nation of farmers. It takes a good many million farm hands to milk the cows which give us GO,000,000 quarts of milk a day, and yet this is only ono branch of farm work. In other countries cow's milk is not relied upc n to the extent it is in America. Thus in the hilly districts of Europe goat's milk is used almost exclusively, while buffalo's milk is used in India; the llama's milk ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

^ nT-W.1.11 l?HU.I ? W w.u. u. mm orrii'RiM s%i,i;n w. c. t. v. ft President.?Mrs. .Mlitmti llobbs Day. f Vlcs-Proijdi'nt*.?Mr?. c. W. Price. Mrs. Oil Turuor. Mrs. J. B Shank, Mrs. K. H Moort > Mrs. II. T. Seiuones. jft Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O.K. Moyer. HI Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. B Sii|M'rlutciidcntN ?f l>?*|>nrt iiioiitN. HL ? Literature.?Mrs. Chus. Corbltt. ft * Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E Oheuchaln. R Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semones. Medal Contest*.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens ftP Work among Soldiers audi Sailors?Mrs. G. F B Moyor. ft Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. I'lvumi iciui'ornuvo' ram. uunii ?qhdk. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Critt.enton Home?Mrs. K It. Moore, Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss Miiirxle Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Day. feTus Timrs-Kboistkk ani> Skntinf.i,. at their request, has placed a column at the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

FUltLieHKD ICVBRY THDHSI ^ SALEM P RI NTI NG ^ PU B Bp <S. MoCLUNU. KD W. W. McOLUNO. II Subscripts W One Year, 0 Nine Months 1 Six Months, B Three Months, .... PHON E And now it in Governor Mann I The ever-incrcnsinp expense of living lias run that, two-can-livcns-cllonnl'V -nia-rmn idn.'i +n onvM* IOne-eannot-live-as - cheaply -astwo-used-to, is now the slogan. Richmond has a new daily afternoon paper. The name of the new paper is Tho Virginian. It made its appearance last Friday, in lG-page form. The Virginian, to succeed, must win its way by pluck and perseverance. The field Is pretty well taken up at present, and the opening will have to be made by the Virginian itself. i Speaker Byrd has introduced f. an amendment to his liquor law. / The amendment presides for no ( saloons in towns of under 1,000 inhabitants, nor no near-beer in dry territory, and that licensee must be a taxpayer. This bill will likely be enacted into law, , and will probably bo the only , liquor l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

llow to Keep Always Young? Hy Never Let Trouble JYIako You Blue. ' Some people keep young to middle age and long after. They don't grow gray till long after numbers of people, their own age, or, if they do, their gray hairs heroine them so well that you wouldn't like to think of them anyhow else. "Where do wrinkles and gray hairs come from? How can they be avoid cd?" Hero a o several answers to these questions from many points of view. "If you want to iceep evergreen," says a popular doctor, "don't take things too seriously. A sense of humor is a splendid thing. Making mountains out of molehills ages one almost quicker than anything. People who take things too much to heart grow old before their time. Don't meet trouble half way. Don't worry. The small boy who said that wrinkles were 'fretwork* wasn't far wrong. Take life easily. Cultivate a cheerful frame of mind. It is the people who look on the bright side of things who keep evergreen." Overwork a^es many people. Industry's a fin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

nES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. 0ULI8HBD EVEHY THU KSUAY. ammfr* For desirable woods in the above lines, at money-saving prices, Ko to * E. B. MARSHALL'S L Corner Main ami Broad Streets r~ RENTS GKTTlKti CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of L _ desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE ci ^ ? oergeaut's utlice. College Aye. SALEM. VA. ?o*o*ot^o?to??ot?o?so?io?io?tonono IOUR SO l)A ? | FOUNTAIN I [' o NRKVEN the coolest and g V MOST KKFKKSIIINO SODA, O 2 MADE VKOM THK I'UKESTAND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATTUI. m >f AI.S o o .* K o o ? fg PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY q O DRINKS TO PLEASE IIY THEIR NOVELTY M K o 0# OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS M ? 8MOOTII RICHNESS AND PURITY? O PROVE ITS MERITS. O O 51 & OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO Q O DRINKS ARE THE REST. WE SERVE J| f THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. 2 2 ? ? WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE O Iff CANDIES DAILY. J S PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 ^ SALEM, VA, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

f ? RECOLLECTIONS I Of Incidents of Company C. i!K I U?K. Va. Vol. Otiritig First I Year of tho Civil War. I f - (Continued from last week.) General .Phillip St. George Cocke came galloping up with his usual retinue of aids aud orderlies and ordcred Colonel Preston to break his regiment into companies, the companies into platoons, the platoons into columns of four, (all this to be done when' the solid shot was not missing our line more than i five or six feet.) Colonel Preston replied that his men knew nothing about breaking the regiment into companies, the companies f into platoons, and the platoons into columns of four; but tell where he wanted the m?n ? VMV CU ^ U I and he would take them. The general pointed to a farm road, skirting a woods with a field on its left. Colonel Preston started off in a trot, calling to his men to follow him, which they did, also in a trot. Just before reaching the top of the hill, General Schofield (of the enemy) j came leading his brigade through t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 February 1910

(Vroin our roRUlar corro?uou<(ent.) Washington, I). C., Jan. 29, 1910. ] Senator Lodge caused a verit- ( able sensation on the Democratic side of the Senate when he ( submitted tables of statistics, showing that the increase in prices is world-wide and pre- | vails in free trade countries as | well as in the highly protected t countries. The Massachusetts , Senator pointed out that the in- , creased production of gold, , which is the measure of value, is an important factor iit higher prices. He showed that cotton, which lias been on the free list . for half a century, has shown a steady advance in price. Hides were placed on the free list and tile duty on boots and shoos reduced from 25 to 10 per cent, by the Payne law, Mr. Hodge said, and yet, since the enactment of that law, the price of botli hides and shoes has increased. When Mr. bacon inserted that the high price of beef was due to the tariff, llie Massachusetts Senator replied that this could not be s.) inasmuch a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

Everything for Your Fruit Cuke etc. These goods were bought fore the recent lit ivv in W \ i : i m m *on a,u* are Vesper 'bun they will^^HB 1 FtNfl CoNKtCTlUNERlfcS *L ^7 |B . be later. ^ V I . ,Ti?Zr;? SorwoBbofeb ^ j| || |^| Qriot.emW 18, 1903? JOSSaO^Tt >* W K- ^ ho.it Nt>. -' v ' J !f : * ' AOKK'l'N l)Or<ll,AN NIlOtlM I VOLUME 44, SALEM, VIRGINIA ,^T11U KS1) A Y, FEBRUARY 10, 1910. NUMBER jT * v- AGREEMENT WILL AVERT TARIFF WAR f Germany and tli? United States Agree to Kxcliango fviio1 in mil Tariff Kates. Washington, Fob. V.?Conces: sions by both the" United States and Germany have averted a threatened tariff war. Negotiations hnvi> hiMMi nrinplmloil ?' tween the two countries, which settle the question of minimum nnd maximum rates with the exception of the cattle and dressed meat issue which was eliminated from tiie present negotiations and which will be pursued hereafter in separate diplomatic reprtsentation. The result of the ik go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

Custom Ditto* Hack to Kurly Romitii Timosiiml Soon Hocome Popular in All Countries. ^ It is really a curious system [ that we have hero arul in every other place, of putting a prefix, in order to he polite or as an i act of courtesy, to the narno of the person whom we greatly esteem or who is connected with us by the bomls of friendship. This custom plainly demon Miiiiro vuu mi umi.i r.\i?ii(i^ rial relations, for in thore any reason why people should not be railed b.v their name alone? Ami If it is considered a proof of respect, whence comes that respect? says a Mexico special. Why should we use the prefix "Don," "Senora" or "Senorita," then, as a matter of necessity? The most humble Roman, even if he were a slave, whether he was addressing a good friend of his or whether he bowed with respect before the great Caesar, k would have not thought it nec? cssary to use any prefix whatever in order to perform his duty, and at that time it would not have been considered an act I of discou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

f W. C. T. y. COLUMI I UFI'ICGKHKALRM W.t'.T. IJ. I President.?Mrs. Mtnmli llobbs Day. I Vioe-Presldeute.?Mn?. C. W. Price, Mrs. 0 I Turner, Mrs. J. K Shank. Mrs. K. H Mooi I Mrs. It. T. Semones. I Recording Secretary. -Mrs. U. F. Moyer. I Correspond I uk Secretary.?Mrs. J. K.Shan | Treasurer.?Mrs. (ieorge S. Stevens. I . iMpinHtMlwn if PspHmmf L Literature.-Mrs. Clias. Corbltt. IKvangeiism ana Almshouse.?Mrs. r* 1 Obenehaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Setuones. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Steven Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. 1 f Moyor. r I Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medknl Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Tmnperunoe Instructions ? Mlf Faunle Folks. ' FlorenceCrltteuton lfoiue?Mrs. E It. Moon Social Meetings and Hod Letter Day.?Mis Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. 11. Day. [ ^Tiik Timks-Kkuistkk and Skntinki,. a P tbfelr request, has placed a column at the *1 is L nosal of the earnest and faithful women 0 1 fee W. C. T. Union, who will have the entir Ik q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

PUBLISHED BVEKY THUKSI EB Salem Printings Pub , M. G. MoCLlTNG, Kg W. W. MuCLUNO. 11 Subscript!) One Yeur, ^B Nine Montlie ^B Six Month? BB Three Months, .... HF PHONE ^B Bf Application for a pension re eeimy reveaied tne ract uuu xue person for whose death the pension was claimed was recorded ns having, died twice before. When one views the size of the federal pension roll, one is inclined to believe that many veterans must have died of^ener than that. Roanoke is likely to have a new court before very long. The bill to establish at new court in Roanoke is progressing nicely in the Legislature. We hope that this bill will pass, as Roanoke is a large and growing city. The dockets of the present courts are I too crowded to givo the people H the dispatch in legal matters fl which is demanded. I ALU EE AT LAST. 'Piic United States and Ger many have agreed on tariff H rates, thus averting a tineaten ed tariff war. The result of H the negotiations between the D two countries is to exchang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

W Times-Register and Sentinel. W PUBLISHBD KVKHY THURSDAY. I mMYjmL <ase?mr I 44 W? I For desirable Koods in the above I B . fl lines, at ii?ouoy-savlnK prices, I I % I *oto 1 I E. B. MARSHALL'S f B I Corner Muln and Broad Streets 9 [ ? RENTS CETTINC1 CHEAPER mHHHBmfflMDK If you do not believe > 1 this, consult our list of 1 desirable property in I all parts of the town. I We are certain to have I something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. ftoatoitoseoitoseottoiior.oatoaioatoaeo | OUR SO DA I ? FOUNTAIN 1 S? o O NICK V EN TIKE 0?I.ENT AND % MONT KEFRKNH1NU NODA, O ? MADE V'RDK THE F1JRKNTAND * O MOHT WIIOLKKONE NIATERV. n If A I.N. O o * If o 2 PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * DRINKS TO PLEASE HY THEIR NOVELTY ? * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? H SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE ITS MERITS. J| O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO ^ %' DRINKS ARK TIIE REST. WE SERVE O O TIIEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * If O [ o WE ALSO MAKE FRES...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

7i% !/ WOI* r If you had positive pr female ills had made mar not feel like trying it ? If during the last thirty convincing every fair-mint ham's Vegetable Compour sands of women of the ill long for an opportunity to Meanwhile read the folkv to be genuine and truthful Hudson, Ohio,?" T sufferc inflammation, dreadful paii had been doctoring and rece friend advised me to take L; I pound. I did so, and wrote 1 . followed your directions anc 1 of the Vegetable Compound. ' a well woman. I give you ftu ? Mrs. Lena Carmoeino, Hu " ~] St. Regis ] so bad that I and it woul wrote to yoi SBSf ham's Vcgef IB &Tp happy to sa; I:;:;::; medicine ai ?1|(|L J J?tter for tl There is i I I J0 jrl J ability of th | 1\ ' * II I I the roots a j female diseases. We posi I enough to convince the m I For 30 years Lydia E. Pin S Compound has been the sta I female ills. No sick woma i herself who will not try tli*s R Made exclusively froni roo? 1 has thousands of cures to its I Mrs. Pinkham invit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

m ' ^ n'Ml W A Clean Mat |^B Outside cleanliness is less than ha V scrub himself a dozen times n day, health means cleanliness not only o | 15 clean stomach, clean bowels, clc K new, clean, healthy tissues. The i I- will look it and act it. tie will i I clean, clear, healthy thoughts. B He will never be troubled with I uiMJiuuia. iy>spcpsiu ana incJigcstii lllofwl t. 1 *41V 1UUUVJ W Consumption and bronchitis mean i Dr. Pierce's Gold prevents these diseases, and healthy. It cleans t dean biood, and clean. It restores tone to the nervous 1 prostration. It contains no alcohol Constipation is the most unclean lets cure it. They never tfripe. E |lU|tH|m|lll|lll|lll|lll|lll|U!|lli|Hl|lll|lll|lll|lll|lll|lll|lll|lll|llirill|li f t When you ai | clothes will | show wher I HAT'S ALL WE AS; % I come here and give us ? our clothes are differei ? makes sold for hand-n J ready-made. In suits for m ? greater assortments than yo Models to fit men of all pripc 1 tali and thin. Colors to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 February 1910

I * BBHBK^^^jiSSjHM^ HB? f^L DOHEffl Each day of this Ten Days Sale we wili;, have FREE BALLOON ASCENSIONS in front of our j store. Brine the children, i Lots of fun for everybody. CHEAT YOURSELF OR BUY GOODS NOW ??^^?????^? A terrific sale, sending death and di The trouble is this: Z. Boon's Sons bo than good business judgment warrants. Ai for a moment and ponder, you will realize gain. In order to make this sale QUICK ah down into the very vitals of the original cos i Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing Men's All-wool 3-piece Suits; regular price $25.00, sale price $13.48 | TV I ill l o n J l jjhmi s jyii-wooi o-piecc Willis; regular | price $20.00, sale price __ 9.98 Men's All-wool 3-picco Suits; regular price $18.00, sale price 8.89 Men's All-wool 3-piece Suits; regular price $17.50, sale price 7.98 | Men's All-wool 3-})iecc Suits; regular price $15.00, sale price 6.49 I Men's and Youths' All-wool 3-piece Suits; regular price $12.50, sale J price 3.98 Youth's All-wool 3-piece Suit...

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