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LOOK AT THEM
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THE CAVALIER, a striking example of midsummer style in low shoes.
It is made with a black kid vamp and white kid quarter. Other varieties of
the same model come in a gray kid vamp and white quarter and in bronze.
THE WAR FAN
I read the war news every day.
A I dream war m my sleep.
I talk war with my friends alway,
War books I've read a heap.
Tm wise to how the battles go,
Can locate each redoubt,
The only thing I do not know
Is what the war's about'
LOVE THY BROTHER, ETC.
Sister Margaret now has the rooms
of her home on Oneida st. occupied
by good, pleasant people with the
exception of one suite of rooms she
is reserving for her brother, Dr. Patt
of New York. Rhinelander, Wis.,
Despite that both are blind, H. A.
Hubbard and wife successfully op
erate a large farm near Jet, Okla.