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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 March 1911

' , reSn Socle,, TWICE -A-WEEK SATURDAY EDITION iDiTT'rhTr&TPN OTERPR EW, TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 90. GROWING WALNUTS OREGON 1 PROF. LEWIS TALKS ON WALNUT CULTURE BASED ON CALI FORNIA METHODS. "The present prospects are that the walnut industry will become a very important one in Oregon," said Prof. C. I. Lewis, head of the depart- lYlont fit hnrtniiltiiro o.t tho CYi-oorrtn Air. rlcultural College, in an address to the Lane County Horticultural Soci ety, recently. "We find walnut trees growing in nearly every city from Portland to Ashland," Prof. Lewis continued. "While the plantings are not exten sive as a rule, they are sufficiently large, nevertheless, to indicate the prospects of the Industry. Undoubt edly we are making many mistakes In walnut growing and are not profit ing by the thirty years' experience of the California walnut growers. I spent throe months, last winter, in California, and had a splendid oppor tunity to look into the walnut in dustry in than state. . , "In loca...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 March 1911

THE NEWS RECORD The recent actIon oi the iesisiature power to make tax laws and to re- j tain their initiative, will get the axe where the constitutional convention resolution of the' legislature elected In 1908 got that instrument. It was too dead to peep at the last sessloi of the misrepresentatlves of the peo- . pie of Oregon. It fell under the j stroke of 37.000 majority. Next! i Portland Labor Press. (Twice-a-WeeM AJ INDEPENDENT NEWSPAP ER. rormerly the Wallow News, letab- Ushed March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and 8 etur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS jtfice fcaai aide Court House Square Entered as second-class matter January 2, 1909, at the postofflce at Enterprise, Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ' ' ' ' Subscription Rates; One year Z, lx months $1, three mouths 60c, m month 20c. On yearly cash-in-sdvaoce subscriptions a discount of 28 la given. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911. THE PEOPLE'S AXE. Nothing to prevent anybody want ing to destroy the init...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 March 1911

League Re-elects ! Officers For Year Regular Time of Meeting Changed To First Thursday Evening of Each Month. The Women's Improvement League met In the library room Thursday night to make arrangements for the work of another year. The present officers were re-elected, Mrs. Carl Roe, president; Mrs. B. B. Boyd, sec retary; Mrs. F. W. Falconer, treas ' urer. y Various plans of work were discus sed and it is probable that the ceme tery work will be taken up by the ladies this year. The night of meeting was changed from the first" Monday to the first Thursday evening of each month. ENTERPRISE MEN BUY IDAHO FRUIT LAND. ' A letter received from' James C. Green changes the address of his pa per from Prairie City. Ore., to Em- mett, Ida. Mr, Green says: "I like Emmett fine. It Is a great fruit country here. There Is also all kinds of vegetables, corn', hay and grain, melons and almost everything raised here. This part la warm and the coldest night this winter was 8 above zero. The roads are...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 11 March 1911

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Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 March 1911

Oregon Historic Soc(atr TWICE - A - WEEK WEDNESDA Y EDITION TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 91. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911 EN1 CREDITORS? BRING PETITION A petition to abandon certain mort gage property In connection with the W. F. Rankin estate of Enterprise, bankrupt, was presented to Referee In Bankruptcy John S. Hodgln last; Mon day by several of the creditors In the proceedings. The amount Involv ed by this petition la about $8,04)0 and the mortgage reads $9,500. Mr. Rankin, who was In the sawmill and planing mill business here, went in to bankruptcy last November. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that the un dersigned has been duly appointed and has qualified as executor of the last will and tes tament of Lazarus Wright, deceased; and all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are required to pre sent the same with proper vouchers to said executor at his residence near Chlco, Oregon, or ,to his attorneys, Sheahan & Cooley, a...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 March 1911

f v.". THE NEWS RECORD (Twlce-a.-Weetc.) AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPJ'ER. rnnrly th Wallowa New, tal- llshd March 3. 1899. Published Wednesday and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Bntered aa second-class matter January 2, 1909, at the postofflce t Bnterprise. Oregon, tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: One 7 ear $2, six month $1, three mouths 50c, om month 20c. On yearly cash-in-adyance subscriptions a discount of 25c is glrea. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911 a former IHlnoian, was for a long time a resident of the state of Cali fornia, and the movement to remove the remains to Oregon Is proposed by the society as being fitting that his bones should find a final (resting place within the borders of state the people of which recognized his worth sufficiently to send him to the senate Inasmuch as our own county and city were named after Col. Baker, the hero of Ball's Bluff, and whose death occurred In the service of his ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 March 1911

Official Proceedings Of County Court (Continued from Saturday.) M. W. . Goodman, witness grand Jury 6 00 Chris Cook, witness grand Jury .... 4 80 Mrs. Ella" Clayton, witness grand Jury 2 20 .Vrs. Clara Blevans, witness grand Jury 3 40 Otto Southwlek, witness grand Jury 6 00 A. E. Cole, witness grand Jury 4 00 A. K, Parker, witness grand Jury 3 40 A. Gesner, witness" grand Jury 4 00 J. L. Nolan, witness grand Jury 4 00 W. P. Wlllett, witness grand Jury 4 00 J. L. Maxwell, witness grand Jury 6 00 C. A. Raney, witness grand Jury 4 00 R. B. Bowman, do 4 00 J. B. Gregory, do 6 00 X T. Anderson, do 2 20 T. J. Elledge,' do 6 00 Rosie Prestwood, do 14 60 Julie Prestwood, do 14. CO L. W. Minor, do 7 00 Glen Whitmore, do 2 20 Carl Roe, do 2 20 Geo. Wilson, do 8 60 J. P. Morolock, do.. 8 00 Chas. Hug, do 2 20 T. J Elledge, do 2 20 Al Thompson, do 6 6 J. S. Wagner, do 2 20 Eruce Cox, do 6 00 R. McCrae, do 6 00 Doyouneedglasres Let me examine your eyes I have the only lens srrinding R machinery ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 March 1911

IKS THERE'S a certain touch, of smartness to Brandegee BRANDEGEE ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Ben Johnson of Whltebird, Idaho, was in town Tuesday. -First class endue at Calvin's foar bor shop. 6Sbf. S. D. Keltner has received a car load of barb wire and wire fencing. Miss Mabol Wilson has closed her school at Imnaha, and returned to bei home lit this city. The Ladles AW of the Presbyterian church will moot with Mrs. Boatman, Friday afternoon, March 17. City Recorder Charles A. Thomas and family have moved Into the Chris tlan parsonage on Main street. Undertaker Fred S. Ashley was cal led to Joseph today (Wednesday) to assist In the burial of Mrs. Trout. Sheriff Kdgur Marvin was at Lostlnc Monday an business connected with the Winnliigs-Wlllett shooting affair. Don't forget the St. Patrick's dance at the Enterprise opera hoiiBe. Se lack'a orchestra will furulsh the mu sic. C, O. Mclteynolda has bought prop erty near Woodstock, Oregon, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 March 1911

Oron Historical Society ' - I TWICE-A-WEEK SATURDA r EDITION 1 ii? CORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 9f. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. t ' ' I mhtic in) itsiD) it in ran MANY STUDENTS : 'i mm m ALL BUT 20 PER CENT AT O. A. C. EARN ALL-' OR PART OF, , EXPENSES. Oregon'' Agricultuji.1 tpJloge,; Con vallis, March 15 The student loan fund of $500, given to the Oregon. Ag ricultural college at; the opening of. the present college 'year.By Senator tt. A. Booth of Eugene for the tem porary assistance of self-supporting 6tudents,C,ls'.,xhausted.' .This means that some of the; hardest! working and best students in th,e. institution, both youns iuenj end young women, will have to drop out, since, with "all 'ttielf struggle to .make their own expenses,' they must depend upon rt advance) of $5 to $75 to tide them over until they are -out and earning, where they can pay' itf.bcfc. J $ '7 ?. ; ;" . n f j Since the existence of the fimd was announced a lar...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 March 1911

J BstsSSSSSJoWol THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-Week.) AH INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. rrnverly the Wallowa New. eatalb- Untied March 3. 1899, ' 4a a session where bills with "Jokers," or for special Interests, could not be introduced during the closing days and rushed through on the mutual aid plan. It Is often remarked, half In Jest and half In earnest, nothing would help Oregon so much as to have no session of the legislature for 10 years. That heroic remedy Is probably Im practical, but this plan of daylight law-making is the next best thing. The window gffve Tittle"" no light, and the door was closed, her grinning grandson leaning against Jt Limply, Tbe witch began by reading the fortune of John Tullls, who had been pushed forward by the wide eyed prince. In a cackling monotone sua rambled through a supposititious his tory of his past, for the chief part Published Wednesdays and Satur day at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square On tared as second-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 March 1911

v u.i i I.1 sra ' ' ; a, . . Proceedings Of County Court (Con Untied from Wednesday.) Fourth Judicial Day. Monday, March 15, 1911. . In tho matjter of allowing miscellan eous bills agalnat the county: Bills allowed and warrants ordered Issued as follows; . " ' High School Fund ' Q. C. Whltmore, 2 rlcks: wood $ 4 00 J B. Bruce, 6 ricks wood.. 12 00 J General Fund. ' Newton V.j Downs, half fines of Conner,' Buster, Huston. $ 34 00 B. M. M. Co., coal .... 276 65 Enterprise j Hotel Co, rebate on taxes; 94 06 W. J. Punk Co, supplies;. . . 21 30 J. P. Sanders, express, freight hauling .... .... - l 65 A. C. Haggerty, grand Jury ' witness fee 6 40 Perry Blanchard meals for Jury .... 6 00 A. M. Pace, witness fee ... . 2 20 A. J. Boehmer, witness fee . 2 20 Thomas Davis, bridge timber 18 00 A. J. Pipes, Justice, grand Jury and trial witness fees .... 19 00 LosUne Hardware Co., cotton MRS. O. E. ODLB Piano and Organ Instructor , BNTCBPRISE. OREGON ' . Terms leaeeaabls Han Ind. Phone 40 Acres ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 March 1911

a a a a a a a '. ,-jL , , 4; oCi.-'.- Ji"'f" a a R a a a a a a n u a a 1 2 OWN k a PcapaaannnDBDqnqBaagnaangnriayngpnnnpDPppq Oitj and County Brief News Items Ex-Sheriff Blakely made a business ' trip to Wallowa, Wednesday. Mm. h. J, Coverstone of Wallowa cam up Wednesday for a short vis It with friends. Dr. C. A. Ault reports a boy born to the wife of A. H. Sassor, St. Pat rick day, March 17. Colonel Graves was at Wallowa Sat urday on business with tbe forest of rloe. C. P. Ragsdale shipped three car loads of sheep" to the Portland mar ket, Saturday, '' Ed McGlothlen of Sutherland, N'ebr. Is looking over the country In . this vicinity with a view to Investing here. 0. H. Brady has bought a lot on , East Park street of John Calvin' and will build himself a home on K oon. Q. W. Franklin received last week a. registered Barred Plymouth Rock rooster to add to his flock of fine chickens of that breed, Mr. and Mrs. C. G tomka, who had been visiting his uncle, Frank Hamblen, and family, l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 March 1911

"' . . r?on HforUa, Society TWICE -A -WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION p E MEW CORD 5 SRE OREGON WELCOMES iG HOST NEW 8ETTLERS ARRIVE IN GREAT NUMBERS DEVELOP MENT LEAGUE MEETING. ' Portland, March 21. Although the -whole state hag its full quota of new settlers who are taking advant age of the low colonist fares, Cent ral Oregon towns are especially busy welcoming the newcomers. Large ad ditions to the usual' accommodations .are being made to house the homo seekers and extra efforts are being made to care for tneir wants until they shall become permanently settled. Homesteads are being taken in large numbers, irrigation lands -are being bought and new towns are building because of the rush of 'immigrants who are following the railroads In to the Interior. Tralnloads of sup plies, building materials and agri cultural Implements are going in and the long-delayed awakening of Cen tral Oregon has arrived, after that section has lain dormant for ages awaiting the whistle of. the locomot ive. ' V ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 March 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Tw!c--Wek.) M INDEPENDENT NKWSPAPB3 C raraarly tb Wallow New, ttab- ll8bd March 3. 1889. Published Wdnelay and Satur day at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Offloe East aide Court House Square BntereU aa aecond-clasa matter January i, 1909, at Uie postofllce at tetarprtse. Oregon, under the Act of March (, 1879. flubaorlption' Rate: One rear" $2, ata montiia $1, tare mouths 50c, a month 20c. On yearly cash-ln-trnoci subscriptions a discount of K la given. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. ACT OF A BULLY. President Taft no sooner gains the respect and applause of decent peo ple by a strong statesmanlike speech, for arbitration, than he forfeits their good opinion by ordering the mobili zation of the array on the Mexican bor der. If this show of force Is to overawe the regular Mexican government to prevent a Japanese alliance and up hold the Monroe Doctrine, It is a crass blunder of the stupldist kind. If It Is to overawe the lnsurrectos and help Diaz out of his d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 March 1911

Real Estate Transfers (Continued from first page.) sw, sec 33, t 1 n, r 44. $100. . Geo. W. Pfelffer to La Grande In vestment Co., we sec 16, t 1 s, r 42. $1. O. E. Wagner to C. M. Goodman, part of blk 39 Zurcher's amended add Enterprise. $1. ' O. E. Wagner to The Public, al leyway thru blfc-39, Zurcher's' amcnd ' ed add Enterprise. Q. C. Sarah S. Gandy to Torsten Hagen, nw, sec 15, t 4 n, r 44. $10. ' ; P. A. Wagner to F. S. Ashley, n lot 3, blk 26, Gardner's addl Enterprise $1. Harriet N. Powers to James W. Pow ers, ne ne sec 34, sw sw bee 26, nVj nw sec 35, t 2 n, r42, sw se sec 27, t 2 n, r 42. $1500. Maggie McDonald to A. J. Pipes, 15 acres In Bee 15, tl n.r 42. $1314.95. M. P. Potter to A. J. Pipes, 2 tracts (15 acres) In sec 15, tin, r 42. Q. C. $10. R.v L, Knapp to T. E. Foreman, lotsW, ,8, 9, blk 21, McDonald's add Wallowa. $1. Margaret Boner to W, P. Sarrett, lots 33 and 34, blk 3, Evergreen add Wallowa. $140. , J. C, Baird to James M. Barnett, lots 4 and 5, blk B, Sprosto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 March 1911

SPHERE'S a certain touch of smartness to Brandegee i BRANDEGEE KINCAIO A CO. ' ' . CLOTHES. " ' I ,m , f i . I ENTERPRISE City and County Brief News Item's Mrs. M. M, Knapp went to La Grande, Sunday. County Veterinarian E. R. Fluck was at Wallowa,M onday. F. I. Verger went to Wallowa Won day on telephone business, J. F, Bragg of Alder Slope waa at Wallowa on business, Tuesday. . W. J, Goltolck was at La Grande, Friday, on land office business. Frank Graham the Elgin stockbuyer was In town the first of the week, F. S, Ashley, the furniture dealer, Was a business visitor to Lostlne, Tues day. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas have moved Into the Christian church par sonage. Mayor J. A Burleigh returned Sim day from a business trip to La Grande, , J. H. Henderson, the Elgin furni ture dealer,, is a guest at the Pratt home, east of town. Mrs. Will Blanchard and baby went out to La Grande, Monday, to visit friends and relatives. George Faught of Clarkston is here looking over the country wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 March 1911

Oregon Hbtorka! Socioty TWICE-A-WEEK SATURDAY EDITION RECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO, 94. , ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911 CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. MEWS- ATTACK ON OREGON PLANJSREBUKED PAPERS THAT DECRY SYSTEM ARE POOR ADVERTISE. MENTS OF STATE. Washington,' March 24 Some time ago Senator Bourne received from H. A. Jackson of Tonawanda, N. Y., an Inquiry for Information regarding the opportunities for home seekers la Oregon. Senator Bourne replied -with such Information as he had at his command and also suggested that Mr. Jackson write to the Portland cham ber of commerce for further infor ' m'atlon. " Senator Bourne today re ceived from Mr. Jackson a letter In which he says: "Acting upon your kind suggestion, I communicated with the Portland Chamber of Commerce who sent con siderable data to me, together with several newspapers, among which were two issues of the Oregon lan, and in connection with same I would say that the principal attraction Ore gon had for me ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 March 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twlee-a-Week.) AM 1KDKPBNDBNT NEWSPAPER. hmrl; tit Wallowa News, est lb llahed March 3. 1899. Published ' Wednesdays ' and Satur day at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRE83 Offloe East side Court House 8quar stored aa aecood-clase matter January 1. 1909, at the postofflce at enterprise. Oregon, under the Aet of Meroa t. 1879. gmbeorlpUon Rates: One year $2, ate month $1, throe ' m on the BOo, ee Booth JOo. On yearly cesh-ln-arrasvaa anbaortptions discount of 3M la given. 8ATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. BUILD THEM NOW. ' Attorney General Crawford'B lat est opinion Is that while there Is no authority to call a special election, counties can vote on bonds for road Improvement , at a general election without waiting for fur ther legislation. At the last election the people by a majority of 18,000 amended the constitution of the state so as to permit counties to Is sue bonds for road purposes. The amendment reads as follows: "Section 10, article XI No coun ty shall crea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 March 1911

IMP SALE 1 $60,000 Worth of New Merchandise will be offered to the public at prices never equalled in the history of this store. It Must Be Turned Into Cash Quick An opportunity you cannot af ford to miss. Remember the opening date. OPENS TUESDAY, MARCH 28 E I. WEST. 9 f La Grande, Oregon Entire Stock of the Morgan Dep't Store of Portland, Ore. "Portland's Newest and Finest East Side Store" NOTICE To the Public. The Morgan Dept. store was in business only a short time when it fail ed and the entire stock is strictly new. The entire stock has been assigned to me to close out as soon as possible at prices that will make this the Greatest Sale Ever Held in Eastern Oregon. $60,000.00 Stock of New High Quality Merchandise to be Closed Out at Assignee's Sale. Cost or Former Sdhng Pnce vail not be considered in this Great Bankrupt Sale. Not one article in this Entire Stock reserved-all must go. You can save ONE-HALF and more on everything you need for this season's wear. Items taKen at ran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 March 1911

I 1 M1 NEW SPRING SHOES The kind you' ye always wan ted but couldn't get them here before. 'd..w uhnra Vnn Pan Rnv hp Phpanps" ifW'S OXFORDS $5 00 Patent Leather button, at $4 10 4 50 Brown Kid '. -- 3 95 Laduis' Shoes and Oxfords $5 00 Patent Leather, cloth top, button $3 30 5 00 Patent Leather, Gun Metal top, lace 8 30 5 00 Patent Leather, Jun Metal, Button Pump 3 25 5 00 Tan Lace Oxfords 3 30 3 50 Viet Patent Tip Blucher 2 50 8 00 Box Calf Blucher J 98 8 00 Tan Vici Kid Button or Lace 1 98 3 0C Vici Kid Oxford, Tan or Black 1 98 Misses' Shoes and Oxfords, sizes 12 to 2 1-2 $2 00 Vici Kid Black lace shoe...' $1 69 2 25 Vici Kid, Tan, button or lace shoo 1 69 2 25 Vici Kid, Tan or Black Oxforda , 1 69 2 50 Vici Kid Tan Pumps '2 00 Girl's Shoes and Oxfords, 8 to if 1.2 $2 00 Vici BlucherTan or Black $1 35 2 00 Vici Kid Oxforda, tan or black 1 35 Infant's Shoes and Oxfords, 5 to 8 $1 75 Vici Kid, Tan, button or lace , ?1 25 1 50 Vici Kid, black, button or lace .. 98 1 75 Patent Leath...

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