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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1907

RuMHHNHI "'■:![ , ' :*v ■ - . ' L V. I I iliousness |4I hare used your valuable C«Bcaretn and find j perfect. Couldn't do without them. 1 have pied tliem for tome time for inditfeHtlon ami bi 1- VtuuieHH and am now completely cured. Kceom- lend them to everyone. Once tried, you will bvor be without them in the family." M „ Edward A. Marx. Albany. N. Y. Best For The Dowels goftcwieto Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 25c, SOc. Never ■old In bulk. The genuine tablet Humped OOO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Bo* ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES WHIT]E> «a Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■ EWARI or IMITATION*. TMI QKNUINC PREPARED ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. •T, LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. an^th REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY " Made a Well Man of Me." | * ~i ITI<rr 11 i riiww iiiriiwwwn Chamberlain's ■ jCough Remedy The Children's favo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1907

!•' r- ''v-: 11-:' ,' - v ■ 'f- "' . % ,' vi>'v. "■ ,. t " , ' ' ' L ss UaWs bTVCOTV\&s\\\>V$ \\VB SreatosY C m y-;<h ■ a1:,; ' SvsVtvew tVve €>t\V^ Cause Wva\ S>\vc\ivA "Yvee^ ^o\x "Srom Comvt\<j ./' THE GREAT SWVV CowUmes "\)D'v\\v AXuabaieA. "Borce mm- ^:w¥*m%&a7miiBm Come audi Sa\>&. It was amusing listening to the different expressions trying to describe the immense crowds attending this the greatest Sale in Alexia's history. One said it was "like a barrel of sugar," and that every fly was trying to get in it at the same time. Another said it was like a huge fortress with a vast army attacking and rushing the enemy, but about the most ex- pressive description we heard was, "like a huge funnel" with people pouring in from all directions; they came from the East, West, North and South and finally bottled up the store and they had to cork it up (close the doors.) The cork was withdrawn from time to time to allow the people to get out, describes it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. tu>v'.iw£RF. VOL. 8. |v /> MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1907. NO. 5 )A. J. Wagner & Co I February Style book LADIES HOME JOURNAL Ready for distribution FREE Ask for one Wa Don't Garry Goods Over So PRICES Must do the work 1 CLOTHING A COMPLETE CLEARANCE of ALL WINTER GOODS Jpll , vtomuln SCHLOSS BROS&l ftoo. to.olh<*s M<imm i folfl hU'/m: aml ,\cw;>V.r We have some Room Wa Must Have at Any Cost. We have in transit the largest amount of SPRING MERCHANDISE Ever bought by us. Our New York buyer has been busy for weeks. Come and get the goods needed now at a Sacrifice and seethe many good new things for your needs later. We have the agency for Ladies Home Journal Patterns 15 and lOc SHOES 1=4 off FURS So you can readily see a cut prices 1=4 off MEANS SOMETHING FURS CLOTHING Every Suit, Raincoat an Overcoat at 1=4 off The extremely warm winter has left us with too mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

. ' m ** •• —— HP? v W' ^M rcJHWWL... v* $$ •/ . - - •—Y'' jHjK i ~\i 1 fiMii !\ \ I PILES I hare suffered wttl Tie year ago laat r consultation F I for thlrty- I years. ImHi 1 1 bol^'," «*hliiir Caacaret. In the coarse of a weak 1 noticed Court House Notes. ; commissioners court i Following orders were made by work of grand jury. (the commissioners court at the So far, only six true bills have last call session: been returned, all felonies, against the flloowingprrtics: weoKs they did not trouble me at all. r>n.nn™i; ° J. K. and Monror Banield, murder. Henry Galloway and Kelly v ".7j ~ ~J ■.. ,,-jk trouble mo ut all. C&BQ&rAta f«Li ifi°1,6 Wau for mo. 1 am entirely cured mid foel like u uew uiuu.1 Ueonjo Kryder, Napoleon, U Best For The Bowela CANDY CATHARTIC RT PJ ?"". ' Palatable, Potent . Taste Good, Do Good. ' SLonken or Gripe, lOo. 35c, soe. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped COO. vraur&nteeu to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

n Y i- j, ,p ■ Washimotom, Iowa, April «, 190 . , I wan troubled for orer a year with so scanty ft How that it was virtually suppresuion. A heavy colli supcrlndueod this condition and nothing I could do McmcU to holp mc. Tho only effective remedy X ever found was Witto of Oardui. Within two weeks I felt tho good offecta of tho lood- icineaud after I had uaecl 13 bottles In all I was as healthy . ,, and regular uh any woina-i could wish to ho. My histt. sed it while expectiutj to becoruu a n mother and louud l.iatic made childbirth compara- II tively easy Mid aftc r tho child was horn iho found that It helped her to regain her strength. J i:>Ot The Effective Remedy Obakd Woanranr AssoFiatjs, Sons ov Temfbbamch. WMECi Winn of Cardui cures nine out of every ton eases of the disorders fet of menstruation. Those cures are permanent, whether tho trouble is complicated or not. \S ino of Cardui cures tho sickness of young girls, relieves the i weakness of adults, banishes leuoorrhoBa, he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

P* ; It I I i. I, J L I: l .i ■ / fr ir 11s • wgt 'Ip IBB ., . !\k&* '• n .w-,. ■v.-: ■ ■ • • . ■. BEMTv. THE STATE HERALB PUBLISHED EVERY THURAOAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.00 Entered at the postofflee at Mexia, Texas, m gecuud-claBi mail matter. HON. GEO. A. BELL AND HIS VOTE AGAINST BAILEY. The day after the election of United States Senator, The News contained this paragraph: Thirty three names were placed be- fore the house when the election of senator came up Tuesday, Hon. Geo. A. Bell, representative from this coun- ty, notwithstanding he had been in- structed in the primaries and said in- structions have never been annulled, to vote for Bailey, nominated Judge Kir.i- bell of this county. All this too in the face of the fact that several telegrams were sent from this county on Monday and Tuesday to Mr. Bell urging him to obey the will of the peeple who sent him to the legislature. What will the dumocrats of Limesione county say about...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

\)fV;''"'-,: ••V ;.1^;': V' 1 "' . I ■■■-' I Local and Personal. . ~ k Mrs. Anderson of Greenville is Vhere visiting the family of her Brother, W. E. Bonner. The latest in new style Brace- ets at Pittman's. The Young- Mens Commercial Club held their regular weekly meeting last night and transacted some important business, about which the little daily will tell you tomorrow. For Rent, 30 acres of good land near town. J. E. Cook. H. D. Lightsey was in from Shiloh Wednesday and had his name enrolled on our weekly sub- scription book. Mrs. Claude Kennedy of Madill I. T., is here visiting relatives. The conductors that will run the through passenger trains on the T. & B. V. are Messers, Baird, Bennett and Herring. Better pay your poll tax before next Friday. Residence and five lots, all convenient to business part of the city, school and churches. This is attractive property for a home and has speculative values .Price $2000.00, liberal terms. ' R. ,1. Ellington, Moyif.. Tpx. L. M. V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

W- ! I U k I/' .V Y~<* " N \ . ■ ' 'i W. ,> V'* IS WW'* j, IfM "V ™ -v w* —w "IT KNOCKS THE ITCH." | Croup can positively be stoppped in It may not cure ail your ills, but it 20 minutes. No vomiting-nothing to does cure one of the worst. It cures aickeii or distress your child. A sweet any torm or itch ever known-no mat-, Peasant and safe Syrup called Dr. ter what it is called, where the sensa-1 loop's Cough cure, does the work and tion is "itch" it knocks it. Eczema, j does it quickly. Dr. Shoop s croup ringworm and all the rest are relieved cure *a tur croup alone remem ei . at once and cured by one box. It's j It does not claim to cure a dozen ai 1- guarauteed, and its name is Hunt's 1 ™ents It's for croup, that's all. bold Cure. | by City Drug comdany Billy Kennedy is home from F. L. Gilbert, who has just re- turned from Houston and is again with the New York Bar- gain house, will occupy his old home, the Harris cottage, next door south of J. F. Houx's resi- dence. Miss In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

ymtfwmwwi \.i,x <$. .(•• j': -"/:''.;^™;.':f'-' i | Ifi L/ ' -1 Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys, surely point to wriak kidney Nerves. The Kidneys, like the Heart, and the Stomach, find their weakness, not In the organ itself, but In the nerves that control nn«l guide and strengthen them. I)r. Hhoop's Kestorativo is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves. To doctor the Kidneys alone, is futile. It Is a waste of time, and of money as Well. If your hack aches or Is weak, if the urine scalds, or is dark and strong, if you have symptoms of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid- ney disease, try Dr. Shoop's Restorative a month- Tablets or Liquid—and see what it can and will do for you. Druggist recommend and sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative For Sale by CITY DRUG CO. •""Dr. King's New Discovery mQ "" CONSUMPTION OUGHS and )LDS Price 60c &$1.00 Freo Trial. URHIIU Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LES, or MONEY BACK 18 1| ILAL^" Almost e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1907

I •> X \ Through Train Service. f®te The T. & B. V. Is Now Open for Freight and Passengers Between Fort Worth and Houston. On Monday Jan. 28th the Trin- ity and Brazos Valley railroad *v •> 1 have nothing to the opening of Fort Worth and Houston. The present arrangement is for a first class passenger train each way to run in day time and local and through freight ser- vice, This writer took advantage of a dull day in the office to go over the road from Mexia to Houston on the first through train. This train left Fort Worth Monday morning at 6:50 in charge of Conductor Sam Bennett. Engine 4 with Engineer Zeamon at the J monia. throttle and Fireman Bell Mrs. with the coal shovel, baggage line as it puts her on two im- portant trunk lines and in touch with a country that is destined to be an important factor in the resources oj the state for years to come, and easily places her before the world as a railroad town of no little importance. Our people should great the was opened...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

« /:f-.-r •/ •v See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. \ The State Herald. vol. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 7 2907. coaxr It* ' i L I ... \ I- NO. Mr. Bell Didn't Know He Just Suspected the Trusts Were Rep= resented. Specialc to the Post. Austin, Texas, February 4.— ■Geo. A. Bell, who wrote the li- belous letter on the legislature to a Limestone county paper, and who is a member of the house from Limestone county, was be- fore the Senate investigating committee tonight to explain what he meant when he said there were seven private cars here loaded with the heads of theiving corporations, railroads and trusts, at the time of Bailey's election. He could not remember the name of a living man who had told him; he did not see them, but upon being questioned finally said that Senator Senter had told him the cars were here. He said from hearing that the cars were here and seeing the strangers in town he formed his •own conclusions. Asked how he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

vmmmW*. x' ■ ma; ::;'S->' •'l VffJuiL Vi- • ■ ■ I ■:, + " ■■. •' . ' mmm wtj-TOVWI ■MM I all kinds of blood remedies wbtnh failed any good but I havtt found the rl^ht thing My r c« wan full of pimplea and blauk- _ After luklng Oum-itrets they all left. J an Jraftiff tho use of thom ana recommending Jto my friends. 1 feol fine when l rlie n the Jfinn. Hope to have u chance to recommend "ftro flkred c. Witton. 76 kim St., Newark, N. J. Best For ^L^Hr The Dowels ^ XVdCCOW CANDY CATMAkRTiC an ant. Pftlntahl*. Potent. Tante Good. Do flood, *ktl<?k<m. Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. Never ibnlk. The genuine tablot matured LLC. ■ieed to cure or j our money back. prling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 595 PAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES "WTHTX X\3^C^ earn Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM ^REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THE GENUINE PriEPARED ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ex. LOUIS, MO, Fcp Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. and Health REVIV0 RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

Tbtuands Hive Kidney Troible and Never Suspect it rnnlracr of Kidney UIimm. Molt people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidney dis- orders arc the most common diseases that pre- 1 gHKLn..". -vm Home of Swamp-Roof.. vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, tc/m con- tent themselart with dort'ring the effects, wliile the uriy- inal disease undermines the system. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's SwampjRoot, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or b;. effects following use of liquor, wine 01 beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of b' i:ig compelled to go often during the d: y, and to get up many times during t?ie night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

le! ■ ■Kj .. - • w ' w!&«{& '!-©: ,rinemm.iinnnzxmnemtxipstmnim THE GREAT SALE NOW ON Battle of Low Prices By Pat J. Jones , • MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING Clotning Until Nov. 15th %■ ry> '.M "''fchj • i'-l V- !| jfcffe 't . i „ jij.nfir-V— |y At prices never before I made in Mexia. AH || the latest styles and makes. m w w j We have the rlats All styles, direct from the manufacturer. Sample lot of Statesmen hats at one=half price. Regular $2.00 now koS™ $1.00 in this sale. VVe have the I size and style for you. mi "'■''"lltlliilll POLK pr.uoui^ heTremendous Strength of Stockings for Boys la herelllustrated by actual test 372 lbs. dead weittht is suspended to ouo of our famous ^ INo. 19. A remarkable demonstration, but only one of the tests that brinij out the full value of the "Extra Twist" given to all our yarn. This great strength and the won- derful wear-resisting quality is also largely due to the fact that "Iron Ci.ad" No. 19 Stockings are triplt hnlt in leg, heel and toe,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

?$wL.r pV 'V ■ ';; fyt HMpr B< ""V ;■ Iff M Be A Real Woman. No. 80S Pease Arena*, Houston, Tax as, Mi; 14,1M I was barren dnrlnc the six years of married lite, suffering wKfa painful menstruation and a doion other aches and Dains. I was a poor excuse for a wife o.i 1 wau not able to be up poor excuse for a wire a.i i wa« not aoie to do up more than about half the time and daily grew weaker auil l weaker. I Wine of Uatdui changed me into a different womaa in 'five short months, made me robust and strouq. I am very grateful to you for my good health and am today blessed with a baby who is the pride of our home and this is all due to your medicine. Vice-Pbhbidhint, Houston Motuebs' Olud. Wine of Cardui brings health to sick women. Wine of Cardui brings children to barren homes. How can any woman refuse the health Mrs. Mason has? Any woman csn secure ex- actly the same relief if she will take Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for menstrual irregularities, /.t will a d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

v ■ TV' - •••^■^: ■*.*i> / v. THE STATE HCRALB PUBLISHED EVERY THUfMOAY. N. P. HOUX. Editor a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year Entered at the pogtofflce at Mext*,~TexM, u teoond-clais mail matter. MR. BELL AND THE INVES- TIGATING COMMITTEE. The following staff special from Austin to the Houston Post will be interesting to many of our readers: Austin, Texas, February 1.— Hon. W. I!. Hamilton, chairman of the house committee appoint- ed to inquire Mo the charges made of the Hearst papers, has been handed a copy of the Weekly Enterprise, published in Limestone county, which con- tains the following article by George A Bell a member of the house: Here follows the letter writ- ten by Mr. Bell to Mr. Schulz which has heretofore published in this paper. The special con- tinues and says: This letter was written the day of the joint session for the elec- tion of United States senator. It contains statements which are so untrue that Mr. Hamilton proposes to summon Mr. Bell before hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

H§£U mi w i I ■' • . if.' 1/ > GROCERIES We want your GROCERY business and Note the following, all guaranteed goods : \ are willing to make pricces • • • • • • • • • • • • • • to get it, • • • • • • • • • 18 lbs American Granulated . Sugar $1.00 $1.00 Bucket Coffee 90c Garrett Snuff 20c 3 1 lb packages Arm & Hamer Soda 20c 7 lbs good Green Coffee 5 gallons Eupion Oil 3 c nsGood Luck Baking Powder 2 cans Giant Lye $1.00 90c 25c 15c We carry Bran, Chops, Hay, Seed Patatoes, Garden Seed you money. These prices are spot cash and no delivery : , and Evrything in the Grocery line. • ••••••• • • • • • • Come to see us; we will save • • • • • • • • • • \ A P E L I , 9 MEXIA, TEXAS. Mrvg frrWFE aipc air-nr * ||W6 Will luilU'E 3UU1UE aiiJIIil t iMiii t jj:iTg 3"Wi"j| 4wn"fc d(i!Hi"'P jnwE jjw f> g||fflFE'3!WE3|WE'9IWE^IWE ?? altdaE #1111116 -llllllle iiuiUi.e liMi.f Suiac luUll % ailiUi: I' liiiiilbE-aiiilikE 'liliuilEliiiikE allUuESi rST'lF I "auuii-1 Local and Personal. A \\ .Joe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

* rn—mmJ , I i J||||||||BBBj|j|||BB||B T I! .Pythian Knights and Sisters Soma changes are feeing "made ■ an open meeting held on hi the rural routes out of Mexia. -sday night the officers of ^ ^ are combined and anot. - PVmis Lodge No. 20, Knights of er route has been opened to be H, «iias, were installed, most of know as No. 6. It will run out it Viiiincr vivpc 1H the kjhlloh C1 oiuiuii country. The other routes remain as before. Pythian Sisters being pres / to witness the ceremony. Outlowing; are the new officers • the pfesent term: BniW. B. Kendrick, C. C. £'Rev. W. F. Kerby, V. C. Dr. F. P. Peyton, P. ^ J. P. Ande. son, M. of W. , J. F. Cogdell, K. of R. and S. 1 D. H. Gibson. M. of ■?'. J, W. Kincheloe, M. of E. S. F. Carroll, M. at A- Tom Best, 1. G. VV. A. Randall, 0. G. Deputy Grand Chancellor H. / T. McCorkle acted as in UalKng A!'*.- the first. of Maxell the officer, assisted by 11. M. postoliicos t . ni:oh and Prairie Johnson as grand prelate. ^b ' discontinued and J.\m. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

PI'sS .? Ck , Rheumatism mi yl ' " V I I havo found n tried and tested euro fur Rheu- matism ! Not a remedy that will straighten tha distorted limbs of chronic cripple.-, nor turn bony growths hack to flesh ainvln. That Is Impossible. But 1 can now surely kill the pains and puiitfH ol this deplorable disease. In Germany—with a Chomlat in the City of Darmstadt—I found the last ingredient with which Dr. Hhoop's Rhomrmtlc Hemedy was made a perfected, dependable proscription. Without that last Ingredient. I successfully treated many, many cases of Rh lunatlsm; but now. at last, it uni- formly cures all curable ca> s of this heretofore much dreaded disease. Those sand-ilke fwinular wastes, found In Wit uuiatlc Blood, seem todlssolve and pass away under the action of tills remedy ai freely as does si.,r. r when adde d to pure water. And then, when dissolved, tlie-e poisonous wastes freely pass from the system, and the cause of Rheumatism is gone, forever. There Is now no real need—no a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1907

■yr / \ \ A W!H§i \ t; ra, ?,w ,■• '... [ "X., „ sHfl ' "«r^ • vT^Cl A :p ■• "' J f ; L0fM MB*# ■ e c <? <? 9 <? C <? <? C <? e c '<? e e 9 9 StartVcao 3Vmaiwv% "Svemwiiiovis Hre \\ve ^atpJwis O^mA, a\ \\ve t t t c f 6 C C 6 c c -m , | if rl i S •oo- the Sale. *S\us mW, \>ro\)e a $aVa \x>eeV ^ov toav^avcv seeVevs, $uav& AJomv pw.vse s\vvu^s ^ ^OMV £>aA\es Swfts, Coa\s, "Dress Sooits aw& XoVvows \Cexe Wvis \oe,ek ST.'S THEY MUST '&Z.00 §,\ Q0 | •o- nr <*rv • i =r r> <" *> < <- or> o <ir> • 2,5e\akes^o\xv eWvee o^owe ewYive $>\.2,5 \\.x\eTJ>voaAdoVt\ a-ad Sk\v\ do\\v oVaVWvwAs We know it means a sacrifice but we are powerless to prevent, it the gain is all yours if you act at once. You will find this a sale that has never been equaled in thejhistory of retail merchandising. Silks, wool Henrietta, Serges, Flannels, India Crepe Goods, Organdies and all kinds of cotton goods which we sold before the fire at 25, 50...

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