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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 September 1888

*IA*g&N'S 4.ETT.ER. Vb Repafeliom Candidate Aunounces JXis AceeptUicaHis V*e-WK Leading -IssuesThe Campaign a HEMttle Between iFree TMtrta and ProteotlonHe Would Enfowe -Anti-Cbhieae &awgThe Sur plus, Itttfmigrratlon and'Other Topics. INDIAH*.POMS, Ind., Sept. 12.Following I General-Harrison'sJletter of acceptance: Hon. M. M, JEff.ee an&othera. Committee, etc. GENTLEMEN: Whea^rour committee visited me on the 4th of July Uast and presented the 'official announcement ot my nomination for the Presidency of the'United States by the Re publican convention I promised as soon as 'practicable to commuaicate to you a more 'formal acceptance of the nomination. Since that time the weirk of receiving and address- ing, almost dally,1 large delegations of my fel- low-citizens, has^not only occupied all of my 'time but has in some measure rendered it nn necessary lor me to use this letter as a medium of communicating to the public my vieWs on the questions involved in the campaign, HE ...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 22 September 1888

ST, PAUL PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Cor. Sixth and Franklin Sts. L. W. "WALKER (JEN. MANAGER. -I- Maloney's Visit to America, You'll laugh, You'll scream And howl. PRICES OF ADMISSION. 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 Grand Opera House L. N. SCOTT, MANAGES. FIRST HALF O TH E WEEK, The Fall Campaign -IN This afternoon, this evening and to morrow (Sunday) evening, A SCKAP OF PAPEK. FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY SEP. 24 Every night and Sunday, and Wednes day and Saturday matinee, ele gant production of the great Drama, CAMILLE. X POPULAK PRICKS J Prices: 20c, 35c, 50c. and 75 cents. OLYMPIC THEATRE. Seventh Near Jackson. PAT. CONLEY PROPKIETOU. W J. WEL LS MANAGER. FOR TH E WEEK OF SEP. 24. Special Engagement of the greatest Irish Comedian in the world, JOE J. SULLIVAN, And his celebrated Comedy Company Introducing a select Olio and the funniest Comedy ever produced in this theatre entitled, NATURAL GAS-:- LAST HAL O TH E WEEK, ARABIAN NIGHTS. SALE OF SEATS NOW OPEN. PEOPLE'S THEATRE. (MINNEAPOLI...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 September 1888

'"I 0" -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 11 people all, with one accord, Are sounding the APPEAL'S praises. & Tluy say, I never saw the like, I Weil, the managersthey are daisies!" 6 Q-O-O-Q-O-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-O VOL. IV: NO. 18. HICAGO. toinjr of the Past Week in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. The APPEAL'S News Budget, Ko Colored paper published in the city of Chicago has ever attained the cir ulatiou the WESTERN APPEAL now has. Just seven months old in Chicago the APPEAL has climbed higher and higher until now the aveiage regular bona fide subscription circulation of the CHICVGO UDITIOV of the APPEAL exceeds LSVJtt HUNDRED copies each week- Tin-, it, exclusive of the St. Paul edition and no account is taken of it in these figures. The APPLAL has gone ahead ol all competitors because it is the peoples paper, fair in its dealings with eveiybody. It is not published in the interest ol anv clique The cncula tton ot the APPEAL IS among Colore...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 September 1888

-U ^J^k*^ -A WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BY THE northwestern Publishing Company. ST. PAUL OFFICE, ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAR. J. ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. Como Block, 325 Dearborn St Rooms 13, 1 4 and 15. C. V. ADAMS, Manager. MIN'APLIS OFFICE, 224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. W MITCHEIili, Manager. LOUISVIL'E OFFICE 312 W Jefferson Street, Room 3 WEEDEN, Manager. TE3R,:MS. Single copy, per year 52.00 Six months Three months 60 AuDscrlptlons to tie paid in advance. When sub scriptions are not paldin advance or by anj means are allowed to run without prepayment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents lor each odd week Marriages and deaths to DO announced at all must eome In season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment tricily In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views f our correspondents. Beading notices 16 cents per line. S...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 September 1888

^Jlffips SOME HAJPPV SPEECHES. Aeneral Harrison I TUslted Many Delegations and Recelrea All Them "Warmly Ireland's Wrongs Discussed the Republican CandidateA Tribute the Veterans and a Short Discussion the Tariff. A few days ago General Harrison was Tisited a Indianapolis 300 members the Irish-American Republican Club Chicago. After the enthusiasm caused the appearance the General had. sub sided, Mr. John Beggs, i behalf the sittb, addressed him'as fellows: GENERAL HARRISON: your noble utter ances in behalf of the down-trodden people of Ireland you have assisted much in building the strong public opinion which exists to-day In America, and which, doubt, wdl I the near future solve the question of the right of tHe Irish, people sell-government, and for this you are entitled to and have our most grateful thanks. General Harrison in response said: MB. BEGGS AND FRIENDS O THE IRISH- AMERICAN REPUBLICAN CLUB OS* COOK COUN- rv, 111. You were Irishmen, you are Amer icans Icheers], Irish-Am...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 29 September 1888

3 ST. PAUL PEOPLE'S THEATRE, W. J. WELLS MANAGER. FOR TH E WEEK OF OCT. 1. Engagement of the Stellar Vaudeville Attraction, Minnie Burrough's Majestic BURLESQUERS Introducing a galaxy of specialties of sterling merit and concluding with the original Burlesque Extrava ganza in five scenes EARL DARNLEY. PRICES OF ADMISSION. 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 Tim Fall Campaign FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY OCT. I Every night and Sundav, and Wednes day and Saturdav matinee, ele gant production of the great Drama, -:Mariha, the Factory Girl:- $ POPULAR PRICES X Prices: 20c, 35c, 50c and 75 cents. Grand Opera House L. N. SCOTT, MANAGER. For the week commencing Monday, October 1., with matinees Wednes day and Saturday, the famous EMMA AbbotT And lier own English Opera Company The repertory is as follows: Mikado, II Trovatore. Chimes of Normandy, Bo hemian Girl, Norma, Rose of Castile, Carnival of Venice, Le Part du Diable. SALE OF SEATS Now OPEN. OLYMPIC THEATRE. Seventh Near Jackson. PAT. CON...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 October 1888

0 *&iU*fc, O-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-otO' o-o-o-O When you Lave taken all ijhe rs That others may suggest^ Mrs. Perkins, wife of the cook at the Estella Restauaant died Satuiday morn ing. Mr. J. P. Bright and wife of Cedar Rapids, Iowa are registered at the Re monde. -Nice furnished rooms for gentlemen And ladies a. Sirs. Walker, 550 Wabash a\enue. The Ideal Social Dancing school is a delightful place to spend Wednesday evening. Good furnished rooms for ladies an gentlemen at Mrs. Annie Williams, 517 State Ht All musical instruments are taught at Daymon & Sweres' Academy of Music, 500 State St. The ladies of Fidelity Court will look their sweetest Tuesday night. Be on hand to see them. No Colored man who n!as a particle of honor or race pride will vote for Hertz foi Coronei. Miss Edith Fossett left Monday for her home in Cincinnati, leaving se\ eral sad hearts behind. Miss Alice Williams and Ed. J. Wilson will be married November 14 afc 3234 Butterfield street, i Mrs. G. W....

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 October 1888

Urn i 1 4 WESTERN APPEAL, northwestern Publishing Company, ST- PAUL? OFFICE, ROOM 27, UNION BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AD CEDAK. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. Conio Block," 32& Dearborn St. Rooms 13,'14: and 15. C. ADAMS. Manager. MIN'AP'LIS OFFICE, 224 HENXEFIJ^AVENUK. Z. W MITCHEJLX Manager. LOUISVIL'E OFFICE 312 W. Jefferson Street, Room 3 H. C. WEEDEN, Manager. Single copy, per year..,., S2.00 Six months .....i. I.IO Three months i 60 DBCPljtiona to fee paid Iff advance. When sub- crlptlODs Are not paid In advance i,y any meant lire allowed to run without prepayment, the tcrma will be 60 centa for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages ana deaths tol announced at all must come In season to be news.t, Marr1ai?e and death notiies, fifty cents. Payment strictly In advance. A-dvcrtlblnR rates, fifty tSents per square of eight lines solid agate each insQ^tiob. We do not hold ourselvsa responsible for the vlws four correspondents. Readlns notices 15 ceatsty&r line. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 October 1888

taNESOITA STATE HEWS PLENTY OF LOGS. An AUtrridant Supply of Raw Material for the Minneapolis Saw-Mills. The "logs were coming fast enough re cently to suit the most exacting: millman. All the pockets at Minneapolis were being filled up and all the storage capacity was being used. With one exception all the mills had an abundant supply, and none were fearing a famine. Deputy Boom master Buckley expects that he would get out of the boom in a short time something like five hundred million feet of logs. He said that the mills were sawing faster than they had ever before done at this season, and were taking care of the logs as fast as he turned them over. Logs were running in the booms a little faster than they were being turned out by the crew, which was working ten hours a day. A BIG BLAZE. Incendiaries Cause a Great Conflagration at Wabasha. An incendiary fire in Wabasha, which started at four o'clock the other morning, swept Main street from the First National Bank to Alleghany stre...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 October 1888

toNNESOTA STATE OTWS PLENTY OF LOGS, A Abundant Supply of Raw Material for the Minneapolis Saw-Mills. The logs were coming fast enough re cently to suit the most exacting millman. All the pockets at Minneapolis were being filled up and all the storage capacity was being used. With one exception all the mills had an abundant suppl y, and none were fearing a famine. Deputy Boom master Buckley expects that he would get out of the boom in a short time something like five hundred million feet of logs. said that the mills were sawing faster than they had ever before done at this season, and were taking care of the logs as fast as he turned them over. Logs were running in the booms a little faster than they were being turned out by the crew, which was working ten hours a day. A BIG BLAZE. Incendiaries Cause a Ore at Conflagration at Wabasha. A incendiary fire in Wabasha, which started at four o'clock the other morning, swept Main street from the First National Bank to Alleg-hany street The...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 6 October 1888

H- i Crowds are buying Men's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Boy's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Children's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Fall Overcoats OF US. Crowds are buying furnishings OF US. Crowds are buying Hats OF US. Rock 1. Rock 2. Rock 3. Rock 4. Rock 5. Rock 6. 7 pieces Cassimere checked and plain goodB, suitable for. Men's and Boys' wear regular 50c goods. 4 Such exquisite Fall and Winter Suits as we are sliow ing were never before placed on the market. Prices the lowest. Fathers, mothers, broth ers and sisters all buy Suits for the boys of us, because they are so strong, handsome and reasonable. Then all parents take the little ones to us to be prettily clad. Nobby Kilt Suits and Short Pants Suits at the clos est figures. Now is the time for Fall Overcoats. You shiver these cool nights without a comfor table Overcoat. Buy from us at a big discount. The whole of the markets of the East and Europe have been ransacked for novelties in Men's and Boy's Furnish ings. Buy o...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 October 1888

\f CHICAGO. Doings of tne Iast WecK in all Parts of the Great Metro polis of tne West. The APPEAI/3 News Budget, Remember Autumn Club At Arlington Hall Next Thursday even'ng Will be the event of the season' Be sure to read the rest of the news on the second page. Rev. W. G. F. Reed has removed to 2727 Dearborn street. The Autumn Club reception is to take place Thursday Oct. 18. Mrs Susie Gordon of 1004 Madison st is again on the sick list. You must read the APPEAL to be well informed about Chicago affairs. Look out for an entertainment to be gi\en by the Coloied Waiteis Union. Miss Octavia V. Woods, of Minneapo lis, passed through the city this week. Furnished rooms for gentlemen only, at Mrs S. Gant's, 2136 and 2138 State St. .Nice furnished looms foi gentlemen and Udies at Mrs Walker, 530 Wabash avenue Mrs. E. Able of San Francisco is in the citv the guest of Mrs Jones, 3154 But te rfield. Good furnished rooms for ladies an gentlemen at Mrs. Annie Williams, 517 State St. Mrs \v. L...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 October 1888

~t WESTERN APPEAL, Published "Weekly BY THE northwestern .Publishing Company, ST. ^AULr OFFICE, BOOM 27, UNION SLOCK. COS. FOURTH AND CEDAK. -J. ADAMS. Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. tComo Block," 325 Dearborn St. Rooms 13, 1 4 and 15. *5. ADAMS, Manager. MIN'AP'LIS OFFICE, .224 HENNEPIN AVENUE. Z. W. MITCHELL, Manager. LOUISVIL'E OFFICE 312 W Jefferson Street, Room 3 C. WJEEDEN, Manager. TERMS. Single'c6py, per year. $2.00 Six months 1.10 Three months. 6tt Subscriptions to .*e paid in advance. When sub scriptions are not paid in ach nnce or by any means are allowed to run without prepayment, the terms will be 60 cents for each 13 wetks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths t* be announced at all must come In season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment tricOy in advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do nothold ourselves responsible forthe lews f our correspondents Beading notices 15 cento per li...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 October 1888

i fehlef-Justloe Waller Installed In tMBUfea Aocennt -of the Impressive Ceromony* A Call on 'he President. "WABHINefBeiN, Oct. 9. Ctiiei-j-astico Fuller kas taken his oath cf oSbe and assumed nhe active duties of the posi tion. hour before the Hmo for the opening of the court the narrow space allotted to the general public in the court chamber was -crowded by men and women, who wanted to wit ness the ceremony of the installation of a Chief Justice. Among the 'people of noto who found places in the room was Judge Allen G. Thurman, who was -conducted to a seat within the space reserved for the Marshal and who became a conspicuous 'center of attraction during tbo half hour preceding the entry of the Justices Mrs. Fuller, wife of the Chief Justice, with six daughters and One son, for whom seats were reserved, Mrs. Justice Harlan, Mrs. Senator Cock r-ell, Attorney-General GfiriancL (^Jap- anese Minister Matsu, wife ana Secretary Senators Davis, Butler, Hampton, Far well, George, Mitchell...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 13 October 1888

&.. 'ft$*5St? SrV"1' Crowds are buying!} Men's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Sorts Boy'- OF US. Crowds are buying Children's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Fell Overcoats OF US. Crowds are buying furnishings OF US. Crowds are buying Hats OF US. ^*#& Such exquisite Fall and 5 Winter Suits as we are show ing were never before placed on the market. Prices the lowest. Fathers, mothers, broth ers and sisters all buy Suits for the boys of us, because they are so strong, handsome and reasonable. Then all parents take the [little ones to us to be prettily clad. Nobby Kilt Suits and (Short Pants Suits at the clos [est figures. Now is the time for Pall (Overcoats, You shiver these cool nights without a comfor Itable Overcoat. Buy from us (at a big discount. The whole of the markets jof the East and Europe have jbeen ransacked for novelties jin Men's and Boy's Purnish fings. Buy of us and save dol lars. Wehave reproduced. th.e Ethe famous Dunlap Hat at a fdisconntof $1.50 from what ft...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 October 1888

O -O-O-O-0-0-O-O-0-0--0-0-0"0-6-0'(90-0-0-O We are coming from the mountain, We are coming from the plain To vote'for Harrison and Morton, 9 And redeem our land again. -o-o-O-O-O-O-O-O-CNOo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-O VOL. IV: NO.21. CHICAGO. Doings of the Past Week in ail Parts of the Great Metro polis of the West. TOie APPEAL* 3 News Budget, The cold weather ig coming and the price of coal is going up How to keep warm will soon be the question of the hour. Subscribe for the APPKAL and read it regularly, and save coal thereby. Regular reading of the APPEAL will impart aglow and vigor to the system which will enable it to withstand the cold. Read the APPEAL and it will cause the bright red blood to circulate in the veins, giving warmth to the whole body. The APPEVL IS good for the circulation' It has the largest circulation that a Colored journal has ever attained in Chicago. The APPE\L folded and placed on the chest forms the best protector against the wild winds that howl through the city...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 October 1888

Jf^f "I, fl WESTERN APPEAL. Published Weekly BT THB orttiwestern Publishing Company. ST. PAUL OFFICE, BOOM 27, TJNIOBT BLOCK. COB. FOURTH AND CEDAB. 0. Q.ADAMS, Editor. CHICAGO OFFICE. Como Block*325 Dearborn St. Rooms 13, 1 4 and 15. C. ADAMS. Manager. MIN'AP'LIS OFFICE, 2 34 HENNEPIN AVBNUK. Z. W. MITCHELL, Manager. LOUISVIL'E OFFICE 312 W Jefferson Street, Boom 3 WEEDEN, Manager. TE3K,lyffS8. Single copy, per year 52.00 Six months x.10 Three months. 1.... 6Q subscriptions to He paM in advance. When sub scriptions are not paid in advance or by any meant are allowed to run without prepayment, the torma will be 60 cents for each 18 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week Marriages and deaths to be announced at all mast come in season to be news. Marriage and death notices, fifty cents. Payment atrlctly In advance. Advertising rates, fifty cents per square of eight lines solid agate each Insertion. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the lews *f our correspondents. Beading notices 3...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 October 1888

PAUPER LABOR BADGE. Enormous jti1 tivs I Fused Hie Custom House inn SCleveland W I Nominated June 6The English Knew Whcm They Wanted. AWARDED 7HIGHBTPRIZE MEDALS & DIPLOMAS. London, T885. W. H.GRANT, Sole jiwentorana&rtflnuforftttfc \F0LESHILL, COVENTRY. 6R0VER CLEVELAND-, ^^TIC CANDfi CAM A N I88Q [INVOICE REKDJUHEE 'CLEVELAND NBJWEO WHAT ENGLAND THIN KS OT IT. The main questiou at issue is English free trade against the continental system of pro tection. London. Sunday Times, July 13. The American election is infinitely more im portant to Englishmen than their own internal politics just at this juncture. The result of the American election will help to decide many im portant issues in Great Britain. London. Sun day Times, July 13. President Cleveland shows that he is the free-trade candidate in every thing but name. The reservation is an important one for Amer ican party purposes. The President feels com pelled to characterize the attempt to brand him as a free trader as d...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 October 1888

j 1 PAUPER LABOR BADGE. Snormpm Quantities of I Fa*sd tire Custom House ^ne SCleveland W i Nominated June 6The English Knew i Whiion They Wanted. .AWARDED 7 HIGHES PRIZE 1 MEDALS & DIPLOMAS. London, X885. ,.rW. \'t" H.GRANT, J5ole Jirventorand Wanufarfttwc M10LESHILL, COVENTRY. 6R0VER CLEVELAND-, p^Tl INVOICE REi/ ED JUNES tLEVELANDN|j|)AIEDJUlf6: WHAT EMGI^AND THINKS OF IT. The main question at issue is English free trad against the continental system of pro tection.London Sunday Times, July 13. The American election i9 infinitely more im portant to Englishmen than their own internal politics just at this juncture. The result of the American, election will Itelp to o.ecio.e many im portant issues in Great Britain.London Sun Hay Times. July 15. President Cleveland shows that he is the free-trade candidate in every thing but name. The reservation is an important one for Amer ican party purposes. The President feels com pelled to characterize the attempt to brand him as a free tra...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western appeal. — 20 October 1888

S5SCSI3-flt! Crowds are buying Men's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Boy's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Children's Suits OF US. Crowds are buying Fall Overcoats OF US. Crowds are buying fl OF US. Crowds are buying Hats OF US. THE BARGAIN*GIVERS Such exquisite Fall and Inter Suits as we are show were never before placed ion the market. Prices the (lowest. Fathers mothers, broth ers and sisters all buy Suits for tne tx$ys or us, because they are so strong, handsome and reasonable. Then all parents take the little onesto us to be prettily clad. Nobby Kilt Suits and Short Pants Suits at the clos est figures^ Now is the time for Fall (Overcoat*. You shiver these cool nights without a comfor jtable Overcoat. Bixy from us fat a big discount. A. Tlie wtiole of tne markets lof the East and Europe have (been ransacked for novelties |in Men's ihd Boy's Furnish ings. Buy of us and save dol lars. We rave reproduced the the famous Dunlap Hat at a disconnt^$1.50 from what the exclusive hat stores...

Publication Title: Western Appeal
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