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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

t Wskm : 1 "V The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY I |l I Imi VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER19. 1922 NUMBER 34. masons planning - great reunion junior notes ''3 ■i EST ■ :l Dallas, Texas, Oct. 13.—The; following committees have been announced for. the Fall Reunion of Scottish Rite Masons which will be held in Dallas fijom Nov- ember 21st to 24th, inclusive,.; ! Executive Committee—Sam-1 uel Foyntz Cochran, 33, Chair- man. John William Howerth,-*' 33 I. G. H.; Walter Calvin Tem- ple, 33 I. G. H.; George Lang, 33, I. G. H.; Elihu Alexander Sanger, 33 I. G. H.; Colby Evans Smith, 33 I. G. H.; Edward Tit-he, 33 I. G. H TMrectcr Gei^i-ci' - John Wil- liam Howerth, 33 I. H.; Walt- . r: Calv^j ;riemple. 33 I. G. H. Jteceoiion and Entertainment j Ci6nmitt ? —Rol v'i i; E. L. Sane ,j • K. C C. H., Ch -tr man. Ma"- i ^ ' bearing Baker, 32 il C. C. H .y. Wilbur Jackson K-ith, 32 E. C.I ( H.; Fc rrison Saskett Cave . £2; Ernest Alroy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

o> rK <v PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. V G A million men have turned to One Eleven Cigarettes —a firm verdict for superior quality. One-Eleven 1510. cigarettes • ..K- Chartered byCbngress ToRelieve and Prevent Suffering In Peace and In War At Home £rAbroad Junior Red Cross Praised for Work Influencing Peace The advancing standard of the Jun- ior American Red Cross made two out- standing gains during the last year— one in the field of domestic activity, which is rapidly linking up the schools with the Junior program, the other a gain of a dozen countries in Europe pledged to organize Juniors on the lines of the American organization. For this accomplishment the American Juniors earned the hearty endorse- ment of the League of Red Cross So- cieties for its "creation of an inter- national spirit of human solidarity among young people with a view to preparation of a new civilization for peace." The forthcoming annual report of the American Red Cross for ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREB. W- D. KITCHENS Hardware and Furniture If you live cut of town Mai] us your Shoes to be Half-Soled Work Guaranteed The Best Leather Used WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE E. W. JENNINGS The Mute Shoe Repairer Mineola, SHOE REPAIRING Texas HOME FOR SALE. Good 5-room house with hall and bath on 2 large lots, large garden. At a bargain. See E. J. Parsons. Hamilton to Quit Frisco To Head 10 & G. N. Ry. St. Louis, Mo., Oct 12.—Of- ficial announcement that T, A, Hamilton would resign as Vice our booths in YOU ARE CORDIALLY SOLICITED. WE RE-BLOCK HEADS Q. Hearn's Barber Shop, i president of the St. Louis-San Francisco railroad and become president of the International & Great Northern, was made at the general offices of the Fricso here today. Mr. Hamilton will assume the presidency of the I. & G. N. about December 1. To visit our interesting and instructive exhibit at the Tex- as State Fair, Dallas, Texas, Waco Cotton Palace, Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

PAGE FOUR THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. 1ME0LA H0N1T08 H. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 LINDALE NEWS STARVILLE, SMITH COUNTY. TEXAS A TRIED AND TRUE FRIEND OF THE YOUNG FARMER Improving the agricultural yield of Texas increases the wealth of Texas. It adds to the prosperity of the farmer and the prosperity of the farmer adds to the pros perity of all Texans. The State Fair of Texas im- proves that agricultural yield and in no way more surely than in encouraging those boys and girls who have already become tillers of the soil. Ambitions young farmers are yearly guests of tlie State Fair. Their annual encampment is im pirtant. From that encamp- ment they receive substantial benefits. They receive deserved benefits because these benefits are conferred on those youths who have already shown theat they ere willing to use brain and bra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

' \ "TRSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19# THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE FIVE. J iffk «&• KJ •> "J >. '• . SUCH WEATHER AS THIS Shows the necessity of Winter Wearables UMBRELLAS we have in plenty—but proect some- thing beside your hat! WINTER SHOES WINTER CLOTHING WINTER COATS Winter goods of every sort to protect the whole family. THESE PRICES PREVAIL: Outings Cotton Flannel Blankets Comforts Children's Unions Ladies' Unions Ladies' Vests and Pants... Ladies' Knit Petticoats.... Knit Caps . ...-.. >-> . JKJiit Scarfs and these: Ginghams Cheviots Domestic .its 10c, 15c and 20c 15c, 20c and 25c .. .$2.25, $3.00 and $4.00 $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00 75c and $1.00 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 50c, 75c and $1.00 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 ....... .25c, 50c and 75c $3.00 and $3.£>o BED CROSS POTS UP $9,739,872 Year's Budget Stresses Relief and Services at Home and Overseas, MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID Over $3,000,000 Allotted to the Disabled—Foreign Work Lessons. 10c 12 l_2e, 15c and 25c .. . .16 2-3c, 20c an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. iM41,<86 A YEAR'S DISASTER RELIEF COST fled Cross Aided 145,000 Vic- , tims in United States—Losses Total $30,000,000. RED GROSS HEALS WOUNDS OF WAR 25,000 Disabled Ex-Service Men in Hospitals After Four Years of Peace. Seventy-two disasters, with hun f^reds reported killed and injured, and #*ore than 145,000 either homeless or requiring assistance, called for emer- gency relief measures and the ex- penditure of $1,441,486.36 by the American Red Cross during the fiscal year ending June SO, 1922, according 4* a statement based on the forth- coming annual report of the Red -Cross. The greatest toll of life was itaken by hurricane and tornado, -while the overflowing of rivers, the breaking of dams and torrential rains drove the greatest number of people :lrom their homes. The property loss was estimated at more than $30,- ■■300,000. The year's disasters reported in- cluded twenty-six floods, nineteen tor- nadoes, fifteen fires...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

*; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. TIJE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE SEV3N jl I' ft"' '• 1 I- HIGH GRADE WORK IS BEING DONE ON JIM HOGG HIGHWAY Work on the Jim Hogg high- way is progressing in an emi- nently satisfactory manner en- tirely across the county from the Sabine river near Mineola to Bullard. This 37 miles of road was bid in by Smith County and is be- ing bulit) by the county with the engineer, Mr. Caldwell, as super- intendent of construction. The excellent character of the work being done and the splen- did progress Being made is high ly satisfactory to the State High way Department.—Tyler Cour- ier Times. "Stop That Itching." Use Blue Star Remedy for Eczema, Itch, Tetter, or Cracked hands, Ringworm, Chapped Hands and Face, Scalp Disease, Old Sores and sores on children, also for Feet Troubles. Guaran- teed by Thompson's Drug Store. For Sale.—My home in Min- eola. Nine room-liouse, barn, garage, storm house, cow shed, large lot. Share in West Lake and a big bargain. You will never s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 October 1922

fmm. PA^e eight THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1 [ursday, OCTOBER 19, To My Customers This is to advise my friends and customers that I will hereafter be fund at my filling sta- tion with the Perry Motor Company. Will be glad to have each and every one oi you to call and see me- Have the best gasoline and oils that can be found- Plenty of air and water at all times- Come to see me whether you want to buy gas or oil and let me inspect your tires- EDGAR L. JOHNSON THE PLAGE TO KEEPyCOOL THESE HOT DAYS IS AT PENDLETON'S soda FOUNT THE BEST PLAgfE TO BUY YOUR DRUG# AND HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED IS AT s s Pendleton's Drug Store Fhone 45— Mail Orders Solicited. * <P Special Soap /Sale FRIDAY OCTV2 7th \ / ! 6 Bars Crystal ^liite Soap 2 Packages S( 4 Bars Crejrie Oil Tbijet Soap $1.30 WO0 OF SOAP FfHi {1.1 "viy \ 'oam ONE BAY ONLY M I \ W. D. WILLIAMS & 00. u $ New Price List Ford Cars Lnd Trucks CHASSIS PLAIN V , $314.00 ROADSTER, PLMN 354.50 ROADSTER. STARTER 424.50 ROADSTER, STARTER D ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

The Mineola ltor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD CO VOLUME 50 * MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, - NUMBER 41 MINEOLA DEFEATS WINNSB0R8 HAM IN FOOTBALL GAME In one of the hardest' fought games of the season, Mineola defeat- ed the fast Winnsboro football team last Thursday by a score of 10 to 0. Every player on" the Mineola team did himself full justice but one of the feature plays was the one which gave Mineola three points. The ball had been carried to the Winnsboro yard line where a fumble cost the Mineola team the ball. But Mineola soon recovered and carried the ba&back to nearly the same place., ^Aldridge attempted a drop kick fo>; goal but it failed. Winns- boro ball and put it in play on the twenty yard line. It wasn't long until Mineola recovered the ball and carried it to the twenty-five yard line where Winnsboro held. Aldridge was then called upon for "V .■ a drop kick and booted a perfect * e ■; goal &*$m the thirty-eight yard lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

w PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR GREAT INCREASE DRINKING FONTS IN CIRCULATION i TO BE II OUTSIDE MINEOLA AT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. IS ILA PEOPLE ALWAYS RESPOND i ~ ~ During the past two months The W.-W& di been4 where tersect. aie paved Vill also have the four corners !nd Johnson streets in- JHineola Monitor has added many jnew subscribers to the list. This in- crease is mostly from the rural pre- cincts of the county, and within the next few months it is hoped to add *" *n this connection the following many more hundred. There has been' announcement is made by Mayor Tin increase also in the citv, but this Thompson and the city commission- i f increase is not nearly so large as in ers the rural districts. * i In a further effort to improve and The management has been doing beautify the town, and to make it ■Iris utmost to give the people of Min- possible for our* citizens and our eola and Wood county a first class guests to partake of what' we believe paper in every respect. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Notice Hunters. We the undersigned citizens, do hereby prohibit any hunting or trap- ping of any ind, day or night. Any- one so doing will be prosecuted t-o the full extent of the law. W M Clark, G W Bennie, John Massie, J W Gilbert, Mrs Emily Hall, J A Underwood^ J J Cathey, R C Keasse, L H Massie, Eddie Usrey, Torn Bain, Miss Eva Blackman, J L Mills, J S Brooks, J P Sullivan, S K Crenshaw, J W Patrick L D Bertil- lion^John Harris, J A Stanley, A J PeTkins, Meed Hays, Fred Rainey, B A Shivey, L B Mize. Monitor and Dallas Semi-Week- ly Farm News, both for $1.50. Men and women average $1. per hour selling hosiery, four pairs guaranteed wear four months or new hosiery free. We pay 30 per cent commission. Free samples to working agents. Complete line of wool and heather mixtures. This is the big hosiery season. Experience unnecessary. Eagle Hosiery Works, Darby, Pa. ll-22w Notice. Hunters take r.ctice. No hjn'-:ng allowed on our premises....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

PAGE FOUB THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. MINEOLA HONITO.R 0. J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice as second class mail matter. Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 GOOD AND BAD OF THE JIM HOGG HIGHWAY. THE NEED OF INDUSTRIES When the Jim Hogg Highway t<o- ^ard Lindale and Tyler is complet- ed it will be one of the best in the J3tate, and certainly one of the best in this section. It will afford the people of Mineola first class road to the city of Tyler. That's one good! thing it will do, but on the other hand it leaves the people of Garden Valley without a first class pike in any direction. Tyler doesn't want a good road from Garden Valley to Mineola be- cause there is too much trade from that section which comes here. Nat- urally we may not expect much work to be done on the highway from j Garden Valley to the river. That be- j ing true, The Monitor believes some- j thing should be done to show th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. the mineola monitor 'W& Notice to Farm Labor Union Members Beginning next week the Monitor will start the publication of a series of articles from the National President of the F. L. U. of A. These articles will interest each and every member. There will also be much other interesting matter in the pa- pers for the farmers of Wood and ad- joining counties. Subscribe now for the Monitor. A complete eight page pa- per filled with up to now reading matter. Until January 1, 1923 the Monitor will be $1 per year. All new subscribers will get the paper until January 1924 for One Dollar By December 15 our union labels will have arrived and will appear in this paper page five: i i V \

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

PAGE SIX THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD ITEMS. COW HIDES WANTED The health of the community is about th? same- Mr. Loyd Sanders, who has been at work a\i Strawn, returned home Thursday night. Messrs. Ben Huffman^ Louie Ful- gham, Cecil Benford and Victor Griffin of Terrell, visited in the Hoard community Thursday. The singing school, which was to' have begun Monday, December 4th,, was put off until after the literary, school closed. Mr. and Mrs- C. C. Magee gave a' party last Thursday night. Every- body had a good time. Willie Hunter visited Miss Annie Wheeler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mize spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ma- gee. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. B. Speights visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Head Sun- day afternoon. There will be church at Smith's Chapel next Saturda night and Sun- <da. The public is invited to attend. We are paying 10c per pound for green hides. It is absolute- ly necessary to salt every hide just as soon as it is removed from the beef, else it will spoil. Ship t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR Wanting Washing PAGE SEVEM. Will you please bring me some ■washing. I live in Mr. Nat Van's house( the next door. Washing and ironing. Mrs. L. Daniel, Mineola, Texas. "Stop That Itching." Use Blue Star Remedy for I Eczema, Itch, Tetter, or Cracked j hands, Ringworm, Chapped j Hands and Face, Scalp Disease, j Old Sores and sores 011 children, also for Feet Troubles. Guaran- teed by Thompson's Drug Store. THREE CHURCHES HID PERFECT RECORDS ] BOYS, CAUGHT IN WOODS, CHATTER; LIVE LIKE APES LET HEAD BE YOUR SANTA CLAUS FOR FATHER. DAD AND BROTHER- Elgin, Hamilton Waltham Watches in yellow, green and white gold cases. Prices $10 00 to v. $60.00 Solid gold Waldemar vest and ickens chains, price $200 to..$20.00 Cuff Buttons $1.00 to $10.00, Belt; Buckles $1.00 to $7.50 Diamond scarf pins, rings, cigarette cases, charms, knives, eveirsharp pens and pencils to match. > For Wife, Mother, Sister, Best Girl Clocks, Community Silver^ 20 and 50 ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 December 1922

PAGE EIGHT THE MINE0LA MONITOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, H-J. CITIZENS UNDERTAKINQ COMPANY Three Blocks West of Union Depot Dealers in Fine Caskets and Robes. First Class Hearse Service. Burial Association. All Kinds of Undertakers' Supplies. L. R. Walton & Son, Pres. and Mgr. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Full blood White Leghorn roost- ers.—MRS. J. P. SULLIVAN. (To 12-1) WOOD FOR SALE Any quantity 4 foot wood deliver- ed immediately.—H. L. LOTT. (2te) White Gifts for the King. I will give myself to the King. JESUS' BIRTHDAY. At the First Methodist Church will be celebrated by a Whit'e Gift Christmas. Bring a White Gift. i Pre-Christmas Reductions Sensational Mid-Season Coat Sale End of Season Prices—Mid Season Assortment A sale of Ladies' Outer Garments at prices usually current in January. 1-4 off on every Ladies Coat. FORTY FINE COATS of new all wool material. Silk and Satin dechine linings, formerly priced at from $22.75 to 44.75, now from 17.00 to 33.50. $44.75 Coats, Now Priced .........

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 December 1922

sbbsm : fhe Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 50 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922. J&i i NUMBER 12 B. r. P. U. SCHOOL ' FOOTBALL TEAM CONDUCTED HERE ! IS GIVEN BANQUET DURING LAST WEEK' BY RUSINESS MEN HONOR ROLL ATHLETIC MEET BILL IS OFFERED OF TOE MINEOLA T 0 BE HELD HERE ; FOR ERECTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS ON MARCH NINTH POST OFFICE HERE LOW FIRST. The executive committee of the A B. Y- P- U. Training Course j Members of the Mineola High; was conducted at the Baptist church. School team were banqueted last J Hilery Parker, James D. Harris. 'County Teachers Association met last Monday night at the local armory. Evlyn Vandiver, Louise Welsh, Har- week at Quitman and decided that The banquet was given by Coach riet Wilbur Reed. i the Intercollegiate Athletic Meet for r>\- Alston and Mineola business men. The menu consisted of baked chicken and dressing, fruit salad; rolls daring the whole of last week- Geo. Elam, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 December 1922

PAGE TWO THE MINEOLA MONITOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1! KOLA MONITOR H.J. Adair, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED THURSDAY Entered at Mineola postoffice As second class mail matter. JUST TO KEEP THE RECORD STRAIGHT. THE FARMER'S DOLLAR Subscription, 1 year $1.00 Outside Wood Co., 1 year, $1.50 SUPPORT YOUR MERCHANTS The very next time you send an ®rder to a mail order house, ask .yourself these questions: If my home were to burn, would this house help or sympathize with me? If a member of my family were to l>e called into the great beyond would this house place a flower on the grave? If my community needs a new church, would this mail order house donate to its erection? If I were hungry and in need of food, would this mail order concern donate to my relief? If the school over there needed re- covering, would this foreign concern give to the cause? If this article doesn't fit will the house exchange with me? These are questions which every one should consider when they are trading so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 December 1922

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922. THE MINEOLA MONITOR PAGE THREE. Notice Haters, the undersigned citizens, do hereby prohibit any hunting or trap- ping of any ind, day or night Any- one so doing will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. W M Clark, G W Bennie, John Massie, J W Gilbert, Mrs Emily Hall, J A Underwood J J Cathey, R C Keasse, L H Massie, Eddie Usrey, | Tom Bain, Miss Eva Blackman, J L Mills. J S Brooks, J P Sullivan, S K j Crenshaw, J W Patrick L D Bertil-; lionjohn Harris, J A Stanley, A j| Perkins, Meed Hays, Fred Rainey, B A Shivey, L B Mize. Men and women average $1. per hour selling hosiery, four pairs guaranteed wear four months or new hosiery free. We pay 30 per cent commission. Free samples to working agents. Complete line of wool and heather mixtures. This is the big hosiery season. Experience unnecessary. Eag}e Hosiery Works, Darby, Pa. ll-22w Monitor and Dallas Semi-Week- ly Farm News, both for $1.50. Notice. Hunters take rctice. No hailing allowed on our p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 December 1922

A Most Monumental AND GRAND STOCK REDUCTION BOOM Embodying More Money Saving Opportunities PRICE CONCESSION SALE SALE STARTS SATURDAY DEC. 16TH. CLOSES SATURDAY DEC. 30.1922 Remember this Entire Stock of High Class Goods goes on SALE without restrictions; not one single article will be held BACK. This is not an ordinary, out of the season sale or something to offer excitement. The purpose and reason is genuine; we want to turn the stock into money. We have a bonafide reason, therefore lay your plans to visit this sale an d for the first time in many years. See something new, something different and a sale that offers you inducements worth coming to see. ...• i $10,006 STOCK OF SHOES. DRV OMR. LADIES AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS Berry's Store 3 Mineola BHHBWefi ■z&m SPECIAL LOT LADIES' SHOES $0.00at $1.98 $6.00«$|.48 SPECIAL LOT MEN'S $13.00 SHOES $7.50 ONE LOT LADIES' OX- I SPECIAL LOT CHILDRESS FOODS 8 PUMPS. Values 1 HOSE 60c at 23c up to $7.00.at only $ 1.98 1 40c at 19c mm SPECIAL...

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