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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

• • ' • t :xj «)> )r. J. L. Metcalf fe ■ .• -V f | t; bHdeniisi. UTOffice —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. ne No, 110. * MEXIA. TEXA? It <; iti f crccr.al Ifor tbe Week if The late Band storms have put the people to thinking that it is about timeto begin sprinkling the streets. Mr. Gentry informs us that he has made a canvass of tho business men and that all but four have signed up for the sprinkling service. Of course those four are expected to come in as the town cannot afford to go without sprinkling. I pay highest cash price for poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etc: J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of city hall. Miss Eulah Easterling has re- turned to Wortham after a few days visit in our city. New Brooches and Bracelets of the lateat styles—all prices a Pittman's. Dr. J. O. Wyckoff and R. J. Jackson went up to Corsicana Tuesday afternoon to attend a big shoot. Wanted 1000 large hens within next few days, at $3.50 por doz- en.—W. R. Storey. We now hava a h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

•V i I r. King's Krw Discovery m/\..>/JHPTK>* Me# y 015HS and 50c IS 1.00 ISOLDS Fret Trial. Svueat and Quickest Our* for *11 THROAT aad LUNO THOtTB- XiBS, or MONEY BACK. JEST PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- STATE OF TEXAS WINS LAND SUIT TEXAS. x important gateways 4 TEXAS ,iO rKOUBLI TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. i'JF'ERB DULLMAN VESTIBULEP SLEEPERS, mnosomt Reclining Chair Cars (SEATS FrEE) ON all through trains. >tfL7 LINE WITH faat mornlnsr and evening traina to St. Louis and the Eutt. SLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleepoi = and higrh-back Scarrlft seat Coaches ihroutrn (without change) to New * i.eans, dally. ,1,7 LINE WITH handsoii-e newChair "urn Through (without cuanire) dully. toSt. LouU, Memphis and 1-Paso. i.y LINE WITH a savin* 1 2 hours to California. -"in-let Sleeping Cars, weekly, throng-1. "ithout change) to San Francisco. OINING CARS • 1 BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS on both of our incom- parable trains, 'CANNON BALL 99 and- •SIGHT EXPRESS" E P.TURNER, <im RAL. PAS3ENOEH AND TICKET...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

ft mm* • S ! l« I «- « Nj # I « « * ♦ ♦ * I h It. Mt FOR MANOR BEA5T ■i' '-^gg penetrates WONDERFULLy ALL DEALERS r SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED For home factory Or Farm SLOANS LINIMENT THIS TINETESTED FAMILY REMEDY KILL5 PAIN HAS NO IwHHJAL Kills Germs ETCH Low Rates TO CALIFORNIA ! LOW COLONIST TICKETS ——awii.l be on sale daily via: SOUTHERN PACIFIC 8UNHET HOUTK March 1 to.May 15, 1905 [Inc.; t PULLMA.M TOURIST SLEEPERS fr^m Washington. Gin- # cinnati, Chicago, St. Loui*. Atlanta, ami EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK FROM NEW ORLEANS. Write for Pamphlet, Giving Full Information. | | T. J. Anderson Jos. Hellen J 5 General Passenger Agent Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag ,i j HOUSTON, TEXAS. J Summer Homes Mountain and Seashore Resorts on the line of CHESPEAKE ana OHIO RAILWAY E. Watson & Co., have bought the Rennolds-Simmons house just west of the city hall and will move their business as soon as they can get posession and fix up the house a little. CASTOniA. Beam the _ji lt,e Kind Voj Hate Always Bought ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

Pfr ^OF THE AGE.y^e^- ..-•■Ja7afcLr.-% jaj*j.^-tu^-.t., —nr , • in:u: — Hodges & Mb, Hodges & White, Mexia's Greatest Merchants. ' $35,000 worth of Seasonable Mer= chandise to be Sacrificed. Inaugurates the GREATEST PRICE CUT- TING SALE ever held in the state of Texas, JO dpys of UNEQUALLED UNDERSELLING. Mexla, Texas. j K1OT« A Supreme effect in Value Giving without a Counterpart, rjsa "When our doDrs arc thrown open Wednesday April 5, at 9 oclock it will be the signal for the opening of the greatest money saving s-ile ever conducted in Texas. Never beiore has so much been offered for so little, such a vast variety, such a choice collection of merchandise'at such matchless prices. Every one knows that an article from this store bears the stamp of fashion's approval. Come with high expectations and then you will be surprised, for more than you can possibly anticipate will be realized. Be on hand at the opening, Wednesday April 5. Read c.veryone of the items we quote, it will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas The State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 6 1905. N ,V • On this page you will read of goods with quality and merit with prices just right, Not how cheap but how good. THAT'S IT! Wagner & Rimassa, Mexia, Texas. Not so much PRICE but what you get in the way of values, is what counts. A low price is alr'ght. but good values are sel- dom reached that way. The judicious buyer can do well here. Our Spring Opening We wish to announce to the people of flexia and vicinity that we are now ready. Every department is simply beaming with New Spring Goods. Such efforts have never been made by any previous season. Extremely interesting offerings for next week in New Spring Silks, Dress Goods, Hillinery, Shoes and Clothing. Every department complete. Goods have been simply pouring in the past ten days by both freight and ex- press. Make your selections now. Correct styles assured, and the new shown while new. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

s... Li r'v mm ohi'tte tm« COUCH LUNGS \*Ufc Kw fosQ lr. King's Discovery A.-JMPTION Pries 01GH8 and 50c & SI.00 I0L08 Free Trial. Bmeet and auickeet Cure for SR THROAT and LUNG THOUB- 118, or MONEY BACK. ffiST P1SSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT QATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC ,.0 trouble to answih qutstions. •SUPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBULE? SLEEPERS, 4.1.nosomc R ecu ningchair CARS (beats frre) on all through trains. -.NLY LINE WITH faat morning- and evonintp trains to St. Louis and the East. -JLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper, and high-back Scarrtyt seat Coaches throug-h (without change) to New Orleans. dally. LY LINE WITH handsome new Chelr Cars through (without cuanire) daily. So St. Louis, Memphis and *-• Paso. ;<"LY LINE WITH a saving o. J 2 hourt to California. '•"urlst Sleeping Cars, weekly, througl '•without change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS 1-. !T BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS on both of our incom- parable trains, "CANNON BALL" -AND- NIGIIT EXPRESS" E P.TURNER, j*vneral passenoer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

i fffll r iv«-g>|grr^L,,1-1' '", ',. . —i— Jo« Nubbbaum,'.President. W. '<• Mi rphy, Vice Pre* Jot. B. Long, Cashier. ! The First National Bank OF MKXIA. % Capital and Surplus £ioo,ooo. The oldest |and strongest Xatonal Banc in the county. We lean money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of any amount. Our facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call from anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to tee us before opening an aceunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty. ValuablesJjept free of charge for customers of this bank. m Chartered. We confer degree • upon our graduates and give thf m a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes accepted for tuition. Posltnns guaranteed. Railroad fare p id from all points. Otalog and a lesson in p*nmanship free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamps. We teach pen- manship by mail, TeWraphy taught. N. R. STONE, President,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

V. State Herald. rW liVed every Thursday by N. P. HQUX. Editor and Proprietor. ettbt>cr^tlon, per year 11.00 Entered at tbe postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter Gov. Herrick of Ohio, Gov. Lanham of Texas, and Senator Bailev all three addressed the Texas senate in one day. They are having a little set-to down in the senate oyer the tax bills, and that body recently re- mained in session all night fili- bustering The Williams intangble assets bill has been passed by the sen- ate with some amendments and returned to the house for the ap- proval of that body. One of Armour's lieutenants has been indicted in Chicago for "approaching" a witness in a certain suit. But, the witness die) not give him away. He was watched by detectives, who ciught him "approaching." A man shows up now and says that the machine that blew up the Maine was intended for a Spanish battle ship and wa9 placed by mistake by a Cuban. But that won't change the opinion of the American people nor the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

Dr. J. L. Metcalf DEN11S1. As I have now about CAUGHT UP with my work again 1 am prepared to handle orders tor new work Make any kind of r Kg"Office — Front Rooms in Knights of Pnbias Hall- Phone No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS \ I 1 (litit fcucrrl tfor tbe meek. I pay highest cash price jor poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etc- J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of city hall. Mrs. Dr. Autrey was in from LunaMonday and went to Dallas Diamond Brooches at W. D. Pittman's. County Clerk Alf Mills was up from Groesbeck Monday evening attending the concert. Early Amber Cane Seed S' .40 per bushel.—Sterling Bros. Mrs. Joe. Rhea has returned fo her home in Augleton after a visit to her old horns in Tehua- cana. C. Felz buys all kinds of dry hides. Mrs. S. D. Hughes of Prairie Grove has returned from a visit to her son, Duwain, at Callina. Bring your dry hides to C. Felz and receive the highest market price. Billy Simmons has returned from Shawnee, Ok., where he has been buying cotton the past ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

"mC. V .. - ■ . * THF FAMILY DNTHffAHM OR BEAST LINIMENT KILLS PAIN KILLS GERMS Sloans Liniment is sold only Dy druggists and dealers, never by pedlers or street fakirs NONE GENUINE WITHOUT OR 5L0AN5 PORTRAIT AND SIGNATURE ON EVERY BOTTLE. OR.EARL 5 SLOAN. 615 ALBANY ST. BOSTON.MASS Mexia now has a new post- master. Mr. J. R. Meece has stepped out and Mr. Phil Karner has stepped in. The change took place Saturday and theg noii- oee of box rent due that were iound in boxes thai morning bore the name of "P. Karner, post- master." We understand that ihe old oflice force will be retain- ed by the new management, that is, Claude Mathis, chief clerk, ar.d Barney Humphries, assistant. Of course Mr. Karner will give universal satisfaction, for he was raised in Mexia and is known by by all of the people who come to Mexia from curroundiDg coun- try, and he is uiiiirersally esteem- ed as a courteous, gentleman and a good business man. He will Phil the bill to the satisfaction of ail. the About...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

M fi ■ IK \ STUFFY COLDS fMKLT CIHKt IT Foley's Honey and Tar There is no case on record of a sold resulting in Pneumonia, or other serious lung trouble, after Foley's Honey and Tar had been taken. It will cure the most obstinate racking cough, and heals and strengthens the lungs. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient Consumption and even in the last staees will always give comfort and relief. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick relief to Asthma sufferers, as it relieves the difficult breath- "i Riches In Alfalfa. TO *■ ing lot well covered with litter, straw, leaves from the woods, etc there ought to be for, every Discouraging as everything ap- in emember the name—Foley's fuse at once. .emembe Honey and Tar — and refuse substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine. Do not take chances with some unknown preparation. Contains no opiates. Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs. N. Jackson of Danville, 111., writes: "My daughter had a severe attack ot La Grippe and a ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 April 1905

< ^OF THE AQE.-^a- Hodges & White, Mexia's Greatest Merchants. $35,000 w«rth of Seasonable Mer- chandise to be Sacrificed. Hodges & White, Inaugurates the GREATEST PRICE CUT- TING SALE ever held in the state of Texas, XO d*ys of UNEQUALLED UNDERSELLING. Hodges & White, Mexia, Texas. A Supreme effect in Value Giving ^without a Counterpart, When our do:irs are thrown open Wednesday April 5, at 9 oclock it will be the signal for the opening of the greatest money saving sale ever conducted in Texas. Never belore has so much been offered for so little, such a vast variety, such a choice collection of merchandise at such matchless prices. Every one knows that an article from this store bears the stamp of fashion's approval. Come with high expectations and then you will be surprised, for more than you can possibly anticipate will be realized. Be on hand at the opening, Wednesday April 5. Read everyone of the items we quote, it will prove the most profitable reading you have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

'V1- rW. i'vv . I wmw"-) ■lilwii 1'' * i.;-« v 'V K? See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas r .,. •■ W l$vj A ' f 1 . V t* Mm 1 raps ' ■ M r ■ - '■■'.3 State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, fftlJRSDAY APRIL 3 *905. No 15. Our stocks are larger, as- sortment more varied than ever before, and the oppor- tunity to get the newest ma- terials at the lowest pi ices are unexcelled. We show only worthy goods, such as Schloss and Kratzenstein Clothing, Drew Selby & Co. Oxfords, Arnold's fine Dress Fabrics, Goods of Standard Value and so recognized everywhere. SI HfW; □ m 0 Hi __— Wagner & Rimassa, Mexia, - Texas. Special Exhibition of Faster Apparel. Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 17th, we will have on display through- out our store the largest selection of Easter Materials we have ever shown. We will make this sale one of unusual interest, and there is a reason for it—we are fortunate in securing the best of selections as the head of this firm lives in New Yor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

mi J, "V ww w" WW! SM ' > r ;'V ; r$?^w. ,;:rt" f -V' The most careful farmer* and gardenernevery where plnco cuufldence iu Kerry'* iln—the kind that never fall « have been theKta Uar<lfor49 years. < They ur« not uii experiment. A Bold liy all dealers. 1905 Seed ^ Annual free for tli6 asking. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident. To heal accidental injuries, use Bucklen'a Ar- nica Salve. "A deep wound in ray foot, from an accident." writes Theodore Schnele, of Coluiflbus, 0., "caused me great pain. Physicsaus were helpless, but Buclclen's Arnica Salve quickly healed it. " Soothes and heals burns like magic. 25c at Alexia Drug Co., druggists. li. E. Leo hue retained from his trip to Isreal. For a Weak Digestion, MmmNo medioine can replace food but ... j Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- 1 be bail storm that pa ?e ov fr r ]et5 yjn iieip yr,,, to digest your food, this city Saturday ni«ht did eon- lt ia I10t rhe quantity of foo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

of* «"« m r m: J) /T>v / FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR CURES toiighsandColds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption THE PRESIDET AT DALLAS. A Grand Reception Was Tendered Him By the People of that City Foley's Honey and Tar not only •tops the cough, but heals and strength- ens the lungs and prevents serious re- sults from a cold. There is no danger of Pneumonia, Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foley's Honey and Tap Is taken, as it will cure the most stub- born coughs—the dangerous kind that "en'; himse.r settles on the lungs and may develop ' ' into pneumonia over night. If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foley'9 Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs. Remember the name — Foley's Honey and Tar—and refuse any substitute offered. Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foley's Honey and Tar, that costs you no more and is safe and certain in results. Contains no opiates. From Fridays daily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

tm "sH; m:; State Hkrald. r"Bt every Thursday b7 M. P. HOUX, \ Editor and Proprietor. Stibhcrljition, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter An earthquake in India en- loomed 500 British soldiers. Teddy is now chasing wolves in Oklahoma, while the natives up there are dreaming of statehood. That Mr. Koosevelt is an honest, conscientious man none will deny, that he is a statesman all will readily admit after hear- ing his Texas speeches. The widows and children of Russian soldiers are starving for bread while the royal families, for whom the war is being carried on, live on the fat of the land. Such is monarchy. The Dallas News says: "Texas is a great State. Texans could make any man rich if every one of them would give him a dollar." Why a dollar from each? We would be satistield with a nickel, or a copper, from each. It is reported that Representa- tive Kennedy contemplates mov- ine into Limestone county from McLennan and making the rac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

WF? :.V'j 'M \r m 2~. V'•«"!? air Dr. J. L. Metcafl DEN1IS1. JtSTOfflce —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvthias Hall. Phone No. 110. ■ V MEXIA, TEXAS' i ( -\ at 18 ie ie or Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!! Sorghum seed. Millett seed. Pea s .'cd. Goober seed. Garden seed. Wheelbarrow seed. All cheap at J. .J. Beckham's. 1 (< i i; i i f (i .< c i «r 1 3fov tbe "ttmeeft. Mrs, Isabelle Gardner has re- turned to hor home in Troy, Al l., after a pleasant visit to liar daughter, Mrs. N.i K. Crazier. I pay highest cash price jor poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etc* J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of city hall. Misses La Fay and I.e Nere Camp entertained the 42 club Tuesday atternoon. Hand broadcast seed sowers worth $1.50 a few left, special price each 75c. N. Y. Bargain House. T. B. Chatham, of Bryan, was checked in Tuesday as manager of the Western Union telegraph office here, vice C. W. Kelley, ordered to Dallas. Early Amber Cane Seed S'.40 per bushel.—Sterling Bros. Rev. W. C, Hilbur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

mmsmm m s =T= Thousands TXare Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. wit I1' T s i I ••aCf Hr', H #1 S ag ivA IH:" | • .JMPTIOh Prlet UlSHS and 50c & SI.00 ^OLDS Fret Trial. Surest and Quickest Cur# for "aoTl THROAT and LUNG THOtJB- LB8, or MONEY BACK. JEST P1SSENBER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 > PACIFIC TtlXAS ,<0 rROUSLE TO ANSWER OUISTION5. iUPERB °ULLMA"J VESTIBULES SLEEPERS, ' . J OSOME RECLINING CHAIR Cfl!Vo (seats fpfe) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. -JT Y LINE WITH fa3t morning nnc: evening trains to St. Louis and the "JclSti. ' y LINE WITH Pullman Sleep™. ,..•1 high-backScarrift seat Coaches ilii-ougrh (without change) to Note ..r.'eans, daily. T.Y IjINJS WITH handson-e newChr.'r Oars through (without c/.iant'e) dn'> 'a> St. Louis, Memphis and 'E-Pasi.. v'jT LINE WITH a saving o. 12 hour: to California. • • ist Sleeping Cars, weekly, throusl ' "'ithout change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS - Y BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOU I 5 ON BOTH or OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

I ; '• ■■ IP ? ™" Wm™ P*18B EWS TV A r.iffc; • ■-. ■ tlrn lit!,. lory. job Nubsbacm,{President,. \V. Mi rphy. Vii;ePrts Joh. B JjOSQ, Cashiei. The First National Bank OF MHXIA. Capita) and ^drplu^ 5100,000. The oldest 'and strongest Natonal Ban« in the county. We .loai money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits o£ nuy amoai)'. Car facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call froo anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to see us before open ne; an accunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty, Valuables^kept free of charge for oustomers of this bans. Chartered. We confer degree upon our graduates and givu ilif m a diploma that will tie honored by any institution in America. Notts accepted tor tuition. . Poeitnns gunrautetd. Railroad tare paid from all points. Otnlog and a les'oii in p nmanship free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamps. \Ve teach pen manshio by mail, Telecrapliy tarnjht. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 April 1905

SATURDAY", APRIL mmm 15 th, HODGES & WHITE, Mexia, Texas. Is the last day of the GREATEST SACRIFICE SAI.E ever held in Mexia. Thousands and thousands came and bought and went away pleased--as the price was the lowest ever made on dependable merchandise in the history of Hexia. Stop, Think, Listen. Can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, overlook the greatest chance of your life to supply your wants at your own price just at the time vou need them. Everything New! The Entire Stock Musi Be Sola! Be wise. Buy now. Save money, as never before, on NEW SPRING GOODS right from the makers hands Follow the crowd to our store. RE/viEMBER SATURDAY APRIL 15th, positiv. ly the last day of the great- est SACRIFICE S\LE ever held in Texas. Look over the following items. Come buy before it is too late to save money. J : ! : : : ; : : : : : : : : 27c 45c 58c Men and Boys Spring Clothing at a great sacrifice, gat your Easter Suit and save money. 1 lot boys knee pants, regular 25c val- ues, for...

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