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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1904

$ Second Cousin garah 1 /§\ BY rut alt no* or Ol "5* "iWtC JVDbE. SPINSTER." " LITTLZ HATE KIRBT." I M&l 01 ere. ere g MA W %^J t^f •*. 7»^. •» ■- CIIAPTRR XII. Th? reputed wealth of Simon Culwirk «f Hedge Bill, Worcester, his position in the county or hi* opinion of hiins.'lf. did not exercise any restraint upon the peculiarities of the voiinj; Woman who confronted him; who leaned acroM tin- la blr, and nneeremonlovety matched from hi.- lininlH the painting thai she •' •'* l'liM'" <•«! between tlicm. There was no respect for persons In Ih* mind of l.'i.v .lentiln«H, —pecUlly when her blood wns up. "What do you menu b) nothing of the •urt?" sho «'Xflnintf«l. nn«l :ii tin- omiiiuUM lushing of her eye" Simon Culwick's low ♦t jaw dropped; "haven't you come In all humility, and kindness, mid Christian charity to thi* houM'? 1' "Certainly not," Mid Mr. Ciihde.k^ making n stand for it. 'Sit down, pleaW. 1111 <> I talk to you." •aid Lucy very feverishly, and at the j'tiimp woi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1904

March, April, May There is a best time for doing everything— is, a time when a SirS can be done to the best ad vantage, most easily and most ef- j fectively. Now is the best time for purifying your blood. Why? Because your system is now trying to purify it—you know this by the Dimples and other eruptions that { have come on your face and body. Hood's Sarsaparilta and Pills Are the medicines to take—they do the work thoroughly and agreeably nd never fail to do it. Hood's are the medicines yon have always heard recommended. ••I -.-not recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla .^TifhrhlT as a spring medicine. When we {be .ummer " MBB.S. H. Nbai, McCraya. A. Hood's SarsaparUla promises to cure and keeps th» promise. "•zr , "Y| SASH 24 x 30 cmi v;.3 ho • door per window. Bargains. tr *«« r OR i j for U. D. pHce WILLIAMS i lißt I j 1508 3d All %^==JL\ SEATTLE j MALLEABLE GRUBBER Warranted, Haw or no Haw; 119 horse power with I*ll horses, Write for circular of above, „r inj ibiiiK else wanted In machi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1904

Orcao Island EAST SOUND jack Gcoghegan roturned Tuesday from a visit of several days in Friday Harbor. t;,« ■-t A .'•!. ol !•' 11l igham, la „,,. hg a few <l:iv- with hu Bon, Ernest King left Tuesday for Yal d. o7 Alaska. He will be much missed !>\ his many friends. W. ii Wytiii, Jr., of Friday Jlar bor, spent Saturday and Sunday vijitinjj friends In East Sound, Mrs. Hall, of Port Townsqnd, who In. been the guest of hersist< r, Mrs. ,i. W. White, left for her home Tues day. Wesley LangoU, Erneal King and Jack Geoghegan attended the Si .'.,: rick's \>>\y dance at Friday Har Mr. and Mrs, T. Bowers and Mr. Byron Bowers, of Duluth, Minn., ar rived on the Buckeye Monday They will spend the siiinuu f ttt Easl Sound, living on Chas Stowers' ranch. Eujf?n< SjnitUj a former resident of Easl Sound, was visiting his friends here Saturday and Sunday. He I 'ft Monday for Wrangel, Ala w ;cre he la interested in mining pr iperty. The la lies of the EpLs< opal ( > uild hcl.l...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

Che San Jwm Islander VOL. XIV. =Lower Prices !=f i [ X Drive on Patent Medicines, Drugs, Etc. '{; All $1.00 goods on sale at ... ' 80c < ', All .50 goods on sale at ... 40c \ \ All .85 goods on sale at . . . 20c < > t *J ,i—l. I—l —■_! —l_ —1_ -i_—i_n_ru-»_n-i-i_i-|_i~l-~l_t~i_j-l_hj > Extra quality Japan flatting, 240 linen threads to '< ; ; yard, reduced to, per yard, , ! , ;", • 20c <' » • . „—■»-• 4 I ► Bny one of those Folding Sewing Tables, 18x36 in., <; I with measure, . . . . $1.50 {• ► ._._ J . J^_. ,^-^^^_ < \ Churchill's—^—l| i***"" '■*-• J^ini -ivi '"■'"■' ■■■'"'" '"' '""'"■"" ■'""""""" '"'"'"" nn ' . ■'"■"■ ■■ -L -jr.. ""'"'" rul v --■ Hats, Trousers, Shoes We have a small but quite complete line of men's black HATS, latest styles. Prices range from $1.50 to $3.50. Come in and see them. Next week we want you to come in and see our new line of TROUSERS. They are of the Lester weave and very pretty patterns. They are sold usually from $5.00 to $5.5...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

The San Juan Islander O H. V\ I.VKK. Kdlli.r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. _^ S&, -^ __^^ -^■^-^^^-^^^. • Minor Happenings , of the Week. I <%.<». <%.<*, -^«%- <%.^^« The Nome >;old output for the winter will b eat all previous winters. A franchise lias been asked for a street railway at LewiHtoii, Idaho. Vancouver island is to bo connected I with the mainland by telephone. A wild limn, supposed to be a Rus sian exile. htiH been captured near Nome Marshal Bhoup, of Alaska, has rv turned from Washington. He says the delegate bill will surely i>ass. The French chamber of deputies has j»Hssed the government bill for the sup pression of teaching by religious orders. The senate committee on judiciary has ordered a favorable report on the bill providing for the protection of tht 1 president. Kiugl>o]H))d has submitted a de tailed denial of charges of cruelty practiced by Belgians upon natives of the Congo Free Suite. Excitement is running high in the neighborhood of Cul...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

TO COME TO SOUND UNION PACIFIC TRAINS TO RUN TO SEATTLE. Announcement of Traffic Arrange- ( ments Will Probably Be Made Within a Week—Changes in Northern Pacific Managemest Make Arrangement Possible. Portland March 28.—Acoording to < information received at the offices of i the Southern Pacific Company in Port- i laand the coming of Transportation Di- '■ rector Kruttschmitt and Traffic Direct or Stubbs, of the Harriman system, to i this city this week will no doubt bring the announcement of the arrangement for operation of trains into Puget Sound j cities from Portland, whereby the Har- j riiuan lines will have connection with j the business originating in that terri-! Tory on an equal basis with the Great j Xorthenr and Northern Pacific at Port laud. Portland will be the breaking- U p point for all trains just as hereto- \ fore, but through cars from San Fran- i oisco and also from the Missouri river ! and Chicago, will be carried on the trains made up here for the Sound busines...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

San Juan Islander THE I9LANDKK CO.. Publisher*. O. 11. cri.VKR lid iI or »nd Manager. !-:nt«r«d at the pbitofflce in Friday Harbor m second class mail matter. Suh.orl,.tion_Tri - «l.r»O l>r Year The Official Paner ol San Juan County. HATURDAT, APRIL 2, 'HP* ■———■-— i r '_j —1, .. " PASSING OF Till: PIONEERS Commenting on the recent death, at Garficld, of one of the State's early pioneers, the Spokane Spokes man Review says: "It was th<> privilege of William T. Svron to be a witness of the birth and growth to its present propor tions of the commonwealth <'f Wash ington. Mr. Syron and his bride crossed the plains from lowa in 1852 and settled in the Willamette valley in Oregon. At that time Washing ton territory had not been set apart from Oregon, and the total white population of the present state did not exceed B few hundred. There, was, of course, not a mile of railroad or telegraph line on the Pacific coast; not a mile of good wagon road In Washington territory; noi a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

hEHTAL WORK * May cost tod much or fee too cheap to 8 rarrv quality. We make moderate I charge for strictly first-class service; our 5 -Deration* are as nearly painless as a per I fret equipment and modern methods can % make them, aud we guarantee the work gi absolutely. I giGfl j£^ $ 7.00 I PLATES $10.00 ■ ». 2.**-".Vn"iiVi----*' ■ ■'■■■ ■■ "■'-'"--- Si "~" t . - ■ , 0 I Painless extracting... $ .50 * Gold fillings .... : $100 up I Bridge work $3.00 up * "-1 pt, gold crowu9,'ss.oo $6.00 g - I EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE '> WIUTCOM DKNTAL | PARLORS ♦ i CLOVER BLOCK . > : WHATCOM, WASHINGTON ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. CJr. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of ■ Anacorte©, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station Ail Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE RATES \m ■■ ——— — \E. F. HARPST \ •2 Watchmaker, Jeweler and § if Friday Harbor i GEO. S. WRIGHT, M. D. PIIYSICTAN '.AND iSURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spriug Street. - - Friday Harbor V.J. CAPRON, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

$ Second Cousin garah 1 /X or the author or xM *r "ANNE JUDGE. SPINSTER." "LITTLE KATE *IRBY," tf« CD ETC ■ rTC *» CIIAPTKR XIV. Two years after the events recorded In our last chapter, there was a Sunday horvice of a peculiar character tiel.l un der a railway arch, in one of the dark est street* of a dark neiKhlM.rlu.od lying Let ween the Lower Marsh and the York road. Lambeth. The. place of worship, the worshipers, and the one who preach ed and prayed, were all strange together, ■nd there was much for skin-deep piety to protest against, and lor irrevon-n.-c 10 Me..fT and jeer at. It was only the down right earnestness of these fugitive atoms ncraped together here, thai put forth its claims to the respect of those who had time to think of the odd forms in which religion may assert itMclf. Amongst the myriad! who turn their backs on church or chapel orthodox, there are still i few with courage to seek <»od in some fash ion. Of the tenets "f this community it is not our purpose or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

Distress After Eating v a usea between meals, belching, vom iting flatulence, fits of nervous head h e pain in the 'stomach, are all juptoms of dyspepsia, and the longer it is neglected the harder it is to cure it. ! Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Radically and permanently cure It— itiengthen and tone the stomach and otlier Dji(reßtive organs for the natural performance of their functions. Accept no substitute for Hood's. »l had dyspepsia twenty-five years and toot different medicines but got no help nntil I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Have taken four bottles of this medicine jud can now eat almost anything, sleep well, have no cramps in my stomach, no burning and no distress/ Mas. William 0. Babbitt, 14 Olney St., Providence, R. L Hood's Sarsapanlla promises to cure and keeps the promise. '? ~ ————— 1 WATERPROOF !<#M#SJ^ OILED CLOTHING *%v& Made n black or yellow for all kinds ]fjhA. i/tK// 1 of wet work. On sale ever/where. JwV {// Look for the si«n of the Pish.6nd rll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 April 1904

5 Orcaa Island EAST BOUHD Jack Geoghegan spent Thursday and Friday at BeDnignaia C. E. Woods is on a short business trip to Bellingnaw and Seattle. BcH Chalo|era spent Saturday and Sunday in the village rfaitingfriends, Mrs. Dan Nichols has gone to Hell m^ham far a few days' visit with friends. L. D. Pike has ordered the lumber and engaged carpenters to build a 1 irge addition to his bouse. L. I). Pike and family started "\V\> 1 icaday f > • a cruise to Biaine on their -*a Ut "White \\'in-r-." MUsM 11 \ Stratton, of Port Town s nd. arriv.d Fn lay to be the guest , her aunt, M > .1. W. White, tor a tuple of months. The friends of C. 0. Buxton arc : i ' see him oui again after being (On lac I t > the li >use for ten dayf \. 1 i a sprained back. .1. T. Whitely, who is the lea ling ti viryman of Ore m island, has added i \ i \+ herd by purchasing the in'lch cows of L. I. Pike. Twenty two of our young people j i en !<•'! the baakei ball game ai the N inn i! 9 h »'l. Bel...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

Cbe San Islander VOL. XIV. = Lower Prices !== $ A Drive on Patent Medicines, Drugs, Etc. | > All $1.00 goods on sale at ... BO<s ■ ! > All .50 good-* on sale at • . . 40c i t All .-•"» goods on sale at . . . 20c ] <> Extra quality Jupan Hatting, 240 linen threads to ' \ yard, reduced to, per yard, . . . 20c ', ■ \> Him one of those Folding Sewing Tables,, 18x36 in., >[ <> with measure, .... $1.50 ! I[ _ —w ™ U .—* , -*: ; L Churchill V f*—""' ' -■■■-■■- -■- -■■■ -. .." . ..". :i... Hats, Trousers, Shoes We have a small but quite complete line of men's black HATS, j latest styles. - Prices range from $1.50 to $3.50. Come in and see them. , ' ;.;X- . I Tins week we want you to come in and see our new line of ; TROUSERS, They are of the Lester weave and very pretty patterns. They are sold usually from $5.00 to $5.50 per pair. i Our price will be $4.50. We have a line of men's BLUCHEK SHOES at $3*50 a pair that are Dandies. We also have a broken line of heavy ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

The San Juan Islander * O. H. CUL.VEK, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. I Minor Happenings 0 } of the Week* J ;<*, Fred B. Strong, prominent Portland | attorney, is dead. Postmaster Genrenl Payne will go south for his health. The new battleship Virginia was j launched at Newport News Tuesday. Soft coal in lowa lias advanced $1.20 per ton on account of the strike in that ■late. Junoau Metthodiflta have bought property and announce that they will j build a $10,000 church. The geological survey report for 1002 j will show for the third time a total value of comrial mineral product* I to be over a billion dollars. Work on the Pacific & Idaho North- j crn railroad extension from Council j into the Thunder Mountain district has begun and will advance rapidly. The grand jury in the federal court at Portland has concluded it« work, j having found twenty-one indictment*, j including a number against well known , persons. An inventory of the personal prop erty of the Into millionaire brewer...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

HAS INTERVENED STEPS TO STOP WAR SAID TO BE IN PROGRESS. Ti ,i, tr am From Berlin Says King Edward Has Inquired if Russia Would Accept Mediation and Has Received an Affirmative Reply. flew York, April 6.—A Hearst News paper cablegram from Brussels says: A telegram from the Berlin corres pondent of the Soir, which is repro duced for what xt is worth, says that King Edward has taken the prelim inary steps to ascertain if Russia would be favorably disposed to aooept an offer of mediation. The czar, it is alleged, replied that such an offer on the part of the King of England would certainly be ac cepted. With Russia's acquiescence thus se cured it would be difficult for Japan to decline a proposal emanating from her powerful ally. Optimists, it is said, attribute the slow march of events to the fact that negotiations have actually been begun. NOT ENTITLED TO MONEY. Federal Court Decides Important Insurance Point. Washington, April 6.—The four heirs of the late George D. Hill, of Se attl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

San 7uan Islander Till". ISI,ANI»KK CO.. PiiliHslnrs. O. 11. CUUVKH Editor and Manager, j Entered .tttht^'postoflTice it. Friday Harbor as «»c ni;i '•••■ m:11' '":"'' '• _ Subscriptl.»n ■•>"<• -"~«1.BQ ivr V«ur The"Official Paper ot San County. j SAT V |»A\. AIMM! ". I'HH ' Preserving Southern Forests. The forestry experts are beginning to discuss the question of preserving' the southern forests both from neglect and from tires. They are beginning j none too soon, as the chief part of the | timber supply of the country, both pine] and hard wood, is now in the southern Hl:it«»H. The pine of the northwest ha* been largely removed by tires and cut ting, and what rein.tins in Maine and Other eastern stales will be used up In paper making. Few people have any idea of the ex tent Of the southern forests. The hard wood is found in the mountain district* «>f the Virginias, Carollnas, Georgia.l Alabama. Kentucky. Tennessee ami northern Mississippi and some in the, forests of Arkansa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

■g— "—■^l fpEHTALJ^RK | |=3S .„..; | f« May cost too much or be too c*e»p to 1 $ carry quality. We make a moderate | S charge for strictly first-class service; our £ S Derations are as nearly painless as a per ft S feet equipment and modern methods can 1 g make thotn, and we guarantee the wort £ h a i,solutely. JL fj high a^ $ 7.00 : I PLATES GKfr $10.00 I i painless extracting $ .50 | ■ Gold fillings '. 100 up | 'i Bridge work $5.00 up | I22nt . gold crowna^.oo $6.00 | ; j ;■ kwmination free of charge I JhviuTfioM DENTAL ! p . PARLORS ;"■•: § \4 CLOVER BLOCK & | WIIATCOM, WASHINGTON | v *£ HOTEL TAYLOR... T. Q-. WILSON, Prop. ! The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE BATES IE. F. HARPST - % :§ Watchmaker, Jeweler and s* % EjjG RAVER % Friday Harbor. I GEO.S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN JAND iSURGEON OFFICK ANP RESIDENCE Ppring Street, - - Friday Harbor Y. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURG...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

$ gecond Cousin §arah 1 /*\ ar the author or toJ tor althor mate minor." #!* "Anne jlohe spinster," "little hate kirbt." *[•* (@X ere, etc. 7** "«•; __ r -,< *««e -•« /*t **% *% /*■% £\_f^ <^% £%.£%.^%.£\^>.o!li.£3&)?s\ CHAPTER XV.—tContiuued.) She left" the door njnr. and walked across the room. littered with many vol umes, toward n desk heaped high with paper*. The whole place was a true at) thor's den a glimpse even of old Grub urn-el times, when authors worked Lord t«.r their daily bread, and none knew what became of the profit* of their »cribblin;<, ■ad no one fared save the thieves who • Old book*. la the midst of the chaos on the desk then; Iny h little dainty note. Btani[K»l «nd Healed and unopened, which hail !•«•» n placed there by the landlady during hi.s ihaence from home; and it wns in a lady's handwriting, of that Barak Baatbell was assured. She whs not particularly reserved about examining it; indeed, her impulse toward it did' not allow time for those...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is •© much needed m in tho Spring* The blood is Impure, weak and impoverished—a condition indicated . pimples and other eruptions on the See and body, by deficient vitality, joss of appetite, lack of strength, and wan t of animation- Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills a ke the blood pure, vigorous and rich, create appetite, give vitality, rtrcngth and animation, and euro all eruptions. Have the whole family begin to take them today. -Hood's Sarsaparllla has been used In mt tomily for some time, and always with Hood results. Last spring I was all run .own and got a bottle of It, and as usual received great benefit." Miss Bsmj* Boyck, Stowe, Vi. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to euro and keeps the promise. Kill the Bugs! FORMALDEHIDE TREE SOAP Used as » spray will destroy the bags and fungus. Five pounds makes a barrel of spray. Vox sale by all druggist*. Stewart & Holmes Drug Co., SEATTLE, WASH. *"" TheGwtaeTOWEW JL POMMEL' m\ ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 April 1904

I i \ \ Orcas Island |; s ■ * DOB I.AY AM) ©UJA Mrs. P. G. Soderbora went to Uell ingham Saturday. t , . Born, Easter Sunday, to Mr. ami Mrs. Bliss, twin girls. F. J. A ikon Is Visiting his aunts, Mrs. 0. X. Culver and the Misses Aiken, at Doe Bay. G. N. Culver came home from Bell* ingham Monday with I fine colt, not quite three years old, bought bear '•Yrndale. . Clarence Sluyter is at home for a couple of weeks to do some farm work. Albert Viereck is working in his ] lace on the Buckeye. Following is a j summary of the j weather report of Observer Willis or the month of March: Mean temperature —>. •... ' ';•, — 4117 0 Maximum temperature, 10th 31st 52° Minimum temperature, Ist ii 74th 30 0 Total precipitation.-...: '. ?. 14 in. .■> days on whirl! .01 Inches or '. .' '• nmi rain fe11.......'.. :; .. ;.s lest days .. <> ".ii ily cloudy .. ... '4 Cloudy ... '.'• i( Snow 011 14th, list uiid ijrd; Hail •■ Ist sni'l ijd The average March 1 urn full lor the past 14 years hits...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1904

Cbc San 3^fi Islandc? .. .■ . ■ • : . • • ■ . . ■ . VOL. XIV. |=Churchill's=i k Men's Cotton Hose, 8, 4or 5 pairs for - . 25c \ < Men's Cotton and Wool Underwear, per garment, 20c to - $1.25 > ; £ Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a variety of pretty patterns, 75c and 90e • £ Neckwear, in tecks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, ■ 25c < i Men's Belts, ..... 25c and 50c rf*\ V president Suspenders, our price, • - . - 40c -~l ?♦ Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and • - . 25c ' •» Ladies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - - 25c \ <t Mines' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, • - - 35c ' > Mercerized Chambrays, per yard, ■ • • 25c < <£ White Waist ings, fancy stripes, per yard, 18c and - - 25c < i Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and - • - ' 25c \ | shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - *'.■■• * 350 < > Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and ■ 25c < Koinan Oirdles, ■ ... 50c J PioNDAYJSJHEJWASHJAY " ! and if you find you are in need of a CLOTHES I ...

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