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H HOW DO YOU KNOW
i Whtl rtitcntbl prlcti for Jewelry r II
1 you do not eoniult uiT Our good aro the
H rinomt obtainable t any price, ind
H absolutely urntttd.
H ""vE5TABir5HIV I
m SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
LHHH TRPrit ri.ANTH, HKIUIS. Hut on enrtll
H I Uh Kiocllo. Intirn'l Mirirrlr
H I IlkSaW ner, Colo ARrnU alitxl,
M WOULD 3H0W DADY THE DILL.
H Orother Had Great Schemo to Quiet
H Crying Infant.
H Tho two-year-old baby tn an Hast
H End family was showing Its keen ills-
H ploasnre at dinner tho other ovonlns
H oror tho fact there was no moro milk
H on tho tabic. Tho milk supply had
H run out, unexpectedly, and tho baby
H wanted still another drink of milk.
H Tho fond and dotlnu parcntn tried
H to pacify It with a drink of water, but
H that didn't go. II wanted bo mo moro
H milk. That was what It wanted And
H tho child oxprosscd Itself In a way
H that left no doubt about Its attltudo In
H Thero was a guest present nml the
H dlnnor party seemed not unlikely to
H end up In a riot. It was that already
H If nolso counts for anything.
H Then tho baby's older brother got a
H happy Inspiration, for tho llttlo one
H was making Itself heard with an aban
H don that was getting on brother's
H norves as well as those of tho othors
Hj "I'll toll you what you do, po"pV ho
H suggustod, "Just gtvo him that milk
H1 bill you got tho othor day You know
K you wero kicking about milk going up
H In price, and mabbo whou ho sees tho
Ht bill he'll quit hollerln' for more."
H Cloreland I'lalndcaler.
H. MADE HIS LISTENERS SMILE.
Hj Remarks of Reverend Gentleman Alto-
H nether Too Apropos.
H Of all places, tho most difficult In
H which to prosorro ono's gravity, when
H an absurd Incident happens, Is church.
H The worshipers In a certain chapel
H had somo troublo tokecp their faces
H straight a short time ago.
H During tho scrvlco somo commotion
H was caused by a gentloman who accl-
H dnotally Ignited a box of wax matches
H In his pocket, and was trying to put
H them out, whllo his alarmed neighbors
H struggled equally bard to help him.
H Tho minister, being short-Blghtcd,
H could not mako out tho reason of the
H disturbance, and thinking to dlplc-
H matlcally cover tho Incident he Inno-
Brr '- cently said:
H "Ilrcthren, thero Is n llttlo nolso go-
V inn on. Until It Is ocr, let us sing,
B 'Sometimes a Light Surprises.'"
H Somo of tho congregation wero un-
H able to sing.
H Novel Medicine Chest.
H When sickness occurs tn tho coun-
M try It means, unless medicines aro la
M the house, that a doctor must bo sent
M for, and tn many cases It will bo hours
H beforo ho can arrive. Every woman
H should havo a small mcdlclno chost,
K provldod with at loast 10 to 25 cents'
M worth of oacu of tho following modi.
B clues, which often will rollove and.
M euro what might othorwlso necessitate
B a doctor's visit: Sirup of Ipecac, cas-
H tor oil, sweet spirits of niter, arnica,
M wltchhazel, sweet oil, ollvo oil, blear-
B- bonato of soda, licorice compound,
B camphor, vaseline, paregoric, muBtard,
B small roll of antiseptic cotton.
.' Immense Silver Tray.
pBm a gigantic tray of solid silver,
-i wolghtng moro than 10,000 ounces, has
B Just been made by a Ann In London
B; for an orlontal potontate. Tho tray
B Is seven feet tn diameter, and lisald
B to bo the largest ever executed; It
H-. has boen In the bands of the workmen
BBB for over year.
v Plague and Fleas.
H v The part played by fleas In tho
BBl spread of plague Is dealt with In an
BBI able manner by "J. W W. S." In "No.
turo." A Latin writer, Avlccuna, ts
BB quotod to show that about tho year
B4- 1S0 " was known that tboro was somo
BBB definite connection betweon rats and
B plague. In more recent years It has
BBB boon a matter of common observation
BBS In India that tn times of plague a largo
BBS number of dead rata aro found And
BBS these are found to contain the plaguo
BBS bacilli tn abundance. In 1898 SI-
BB mond expressed the view that In tho
jBjk majority of cases the plaguo win con
B'". veyed from the rat to man through
BBb the agency of tho flea. Experiments
BBS which bo tried with fleas from rats
BBS dead of the plaguo showed how this Is
BBS possible. Other oxperlmenters havo
BBS obtalnod similar results, whllo others
B havo beon lod to doubt Slmond's gen-
BBH J eralltatlon.
"After all," doclared tho wise guy,
BBl "there Is no nature faker moro dan-
BBl gerous to the community than the
BBl geozor that sold my wife a sealskin
SH' Jacket for 1300, and which was found
Jr to bo rabbit hide worth 1591"
BBl1 In 'he Language.
B "Some one has said that a kiss la
Hj tho language of love," remarked the
H, young maa In the parlor sccno.
BB "Well," rejoined tho fair maid on
tho far end of tho sofa, "why don't you
Hy cot busy and say somethingt"
H Limit to Speed of Autos,
B The authorities of Shanghai, one ot
H (he busiest towns In China, havo
K parsed a by-law allowing motorists to
B maintain a speed of not more than 30
BHl miles an hour while pasting through
K the city.
HPBBiiiliisi "W r!r- -' -' ' -
I THE HOUSE OF I
By MEREDITH NICHOLSON
Aalhir l "THE MAIN CIIAHCE," ZEIDA
loHulit liWJ Ij IWlu. llrnlll lo
CHAPTER XII. Continued.
"Hut I supposo tho Sisters nro awful
"Thoy'ro hideous, perfectly hide
ous." "Whcro Is spur homo?" I demanded.
"Chicago, Ixmlsvlllo, Indianapolis, Cin
'Humph, you nro dull I You ought
to know from my nccent thnt I'm not
from Chicago. And I hopo I hnven't
a Kentucky girl's nlr of waiting to bo
flatlorcd to death. And no Indlnnapn
11b girl would talk to a strango man at
tho edgo of a deep wood In tho gray
twilight of a winter day, that's from
a book; nnd tho Cincinnati girl Is with
out my elan, esprit, whatever you
plciiso to call It. Sho hns moro Toil
tonic repose, moro Grotchon of the
Ithlno valley about her. Don't you
ndoro French, Squlro Olenarm?" sho
concluded, breathlessly, nnd with no
pauso In hor quick step.
"I ndoro yours, Miss Armstrong," I
asserted, yielding myself further to tho
Joy ot Idiocy, nnd delighting in thu
mockery nnd whimsical moods of her
talk. I did not mako hor out; Indcod,
I profcrrcd not tol I was not then,
and I am not now, thnnk God! of nn
analytical turn of mind And as I
(row older I prefer, oven nfter many n
blow, to tnko my fellow human beings
is I find them. And ns for women, old
or young, I onvy no man his gift of ro
solving them Into elements As well
arry u spray of arbutus to tho labor
itory or subject tho enchantment of
iioonllght upon running water to the
lamo and blow-plpo ns try to nnnlyzc
tho heart of n girl, particularly a girl
vlio paddlcx a ennoo with n sure stroke
mil puts up a good rnco with n rabbit
A lamp shono ahead of us nt tho en
ranco'Ot ono of tho houses, nnd lights
ippoared in nil tho buildings.
"If I know your window I should cer
tainly sing undor It, except that
you'ro going homo! You didn't toll me
why they woro deporting you."
"I'm really ashamed tol You would
"Oh, yes, I would; I'm really nn old
frlondl" I Insisted, fccjlng moro Iilto
an Idiot ovory mlnuto.
"Well, don't toll! Dut thoy caught
'10 flirting with tho grocery boy!
p iw aren't ou disgusted!"
"Thoroughly! I enn't bollovo It!
Why, you'd n lot bettor lllrt with mo,"
I suggested boldly.
"Well, I'm to bo Bent nwny for good
at Christmas. I may como back then
If I can squaro myself. My I That's
slang, Isn't It adorablo?'
"Tho Slstors don't ltTto slang, I sup
poso?" "Thoy loatho It! Miss Dovcrcu
yqu know who sho Isl she spies o:.
"You don't say so; but I'm not sn
prised nt her! I'vo heard about her!'
I declared bitterly.
Wo had reached tho door, and I ex
pected hor to My; but bIio lingered.
"Oh, If you know hor! Perhaps
you'ro n spy, tool It's Just ns woll wo
should never meet ngalu, Mr. Glen
arm," sho declared hntighttly.
"Tho memory of those fow meetings
will nlwnya llngor with mo, Miss Arm
strong," I returned In nn Imitation of
her own tono.
"I shall scorn to remember you!"
nnd sho folded hor arms undor tho
"Our meetings havo been nil to fow,
Miss Armstrong. Two, oxactly, I bo
"Then you prefer to Ignore tho first
tlmo I over paw you," she Bald, hor
hand on tho door.
"Out thero In your canoo? Never!
And you've forghon rno for overhenr
lug you and tho chaplain on tho wall
Sho grasped tho knob ot tho door
and paused an Instant as though pon
' I mako It throe times, without thnt
ono, and not counting onco tn tho road
nnd othor times when you didn't know
Hipilro Glennrm! I'm n foolish little
girl to havo remerroorcd tho first. I
se now how b l-l-n-U I hao beon
Sho oponrd and closed tho door soft
ly, nnd 1 heard hor running up the
I ran back to tho clmpol, roundb
abusing myself for hnvlng noglectoi'
my moro sarlous affairs for n bit o'
silly talk with a school girl, foarfu
lost tho openings I had loft nt both
ends ot tho pnssngo should lmvo been
discovered. Near tho chapol I nar
rowly escaped running Into Stoddard,
but I Bllpped past him, found my
lnntorn, pulled tho hidden door Into
placo, and, traversing tho tunnel with
out Incident, Boon climbed through tho
hatchway nnd slammed tho falso block
securely Into tho opening.
A Pair of Eavesdroppers.
When I carao down aftor dressing
for dinner, Dates railed my nttentlon
to a bolatcd mall. I pouncod eagerly
upon u lottor In Lauranco Donovan'?
wollknown band, bearing, to my sur-
prise, nn American Blamp aptf post
marked New Orleans. It wai dated,
liowocr, nt Vera Cruz, Motlco, Do
comber 15, 1901, nnd gave n charac
teristically raey account of his offorts
to dodge tho Drltlsh detoctho who was
pursuing him. Ho hoped, ho wroto, to
rrosB tho borders Into Toxas, but de
clared that ho should keep clear of In
dlann, ns ho was unacquainted with
tho Indian languago.
Ilat"s gnvo mo my coffeo In the
library, ns I wished to settlo down to
nn ovenlng of reflection without delay
Larry's report of himself "as not reas
miring, dcsplto Its cheerful tono. 1
knew that If he had any Idea of trylnr
to rench mo ho would not montlon It
In a lottor which might fall Into tho
hands ot tho authorities, nnd tho hope
that ho might Jofn mo grow. I was
not, perhaps, entitled to a companion
nt Glennrm under tho terms of my
oxllo, but ns a matter of protection In
tho existing condition of affairs there
could bo no logal or moral reason why
I should not defend myself against my
foes, and Larry was an nlly worth
My neighbor, tho chaplain, had In
ndertently ghon mo a bit of Impor
tant news; nnd my mind kept rovcrt
ing to tho fact that Morgan was re
porting his Injury to tho executor of
my grandfather's cstato In Now York
Uerythlng clso that bad happened
was tamo and unimportant compared
with this Why hail John Marshall
Glennrm mntlo Arthur Pickering tho
executor of his cstato? Ho know tlnvt
I detested him, thnt Pickering's noble
alms and high ambitions had been
praised by my family until his vory
namo sickened mo; and yot my own
grandfather had thought It wlso to In
trust his fortune nnd my futuro "liu
man of nil men who was most repug
nant to mo. I roso and paced tho floor
My rngo must fasten upon somo one,
I fi ' ?- -'
"Then You Prefer to Ignore the First Time I Ever Saw You?"
and Dates was tho nearest target for
It. I wont to tho kitchen, whcro he
tisunlly spent his ocnlngs, to ent my
feelings upon him, only to find him
gono. I climbed to his room and fomid
It empty. Vory likely ho was off con
doling with his friend nnd follow con
spirator, tho caretaker, nnd I fumed
with rage and disappointment. 1 wns
thoroughly tired, as tired as on days
when I hnd beaten my way through
tropical Jungles without food or water;
but I wished, In my Impotent nuger
against I know not what agencies, to
punish myself, to Induce nn uttor
weariness that would send mo ex
hausted to bed.
Tho Bnow In tho highway was welt
beaton down nnd I swung off country
ward past St. Agatha's. A grny mist
hung over tho Holds In whirling clouds,
breaking away occasionally and show
ing tho throbbing v tutor stars. Tho
wnlk and my interest tn tho alterna
tion of star-lighted nnd mlst-wrnppod
lnndscnpo won mo to a hotter Btato of
mind, and after tramping n couplo of
miles, I sot out for homo. Several
times on my tramp I had caught my
self whistling tho nlr of a majestic
old hymn, nnd smiled, rcmeraborlng
my joung friend Olivia, nnd hor play
ing tn tho chapel. Sho wns nn amus
ing child; tho thought of hor further
lifted my spirit, and I turned Into tho
school pnrk whon I reached tho outer i
gato with a half recognized wish to
pass near tho barracks whoro she
spent hor days.
At tho school gnto tho lamps ot a
carrlago suddonly blurred In the mist.
Cnrrlngcs aro not common tn this ro
glon, nnd I was not surprised to find
that this was tho familiar village hack
that met trains day and night at An
nandale. Borne parent, I conjocturod,
paying n visit to St Agatha's; possi
bly and tho thought gavo mo pleas
ure porhups tho fathor of Miss Olivia
aiadys Armstrong had como to carry
hor homo tot a stricter discipline than
Ulster Thoreb'B school afforded.
Tho drtvor sat asleep on his box,
and I passed him nnd wont on Into
tho grounds A whim seized mo to
visit tho crypt of tho chnpel and ex
amine tho opening to thu tunnel. Az
I passcdNtho llttlo group of school
buildings n man camo hurriedly from
ono of them nnd turned townrd tho
I first thought It was Stoddard, but
I could not mako him out In tho mist
and In my uncertainty waited for him
to put 20 paces bctwcn its beforo I
Ho strodo Into tho chapel iorch
with nn nlr of assurance and I heard
him address somo ono who had boon
waiting. Tho mist v.ns now so heavy
thnt I could not sco my hand beforo
my face, and I stolo forward until I
heard tho voices ot two men distinctly.
I heard feet scraping on tho stono
floor of tho porch.
"This Is n dovll of n placo to talk
In, but It's tho best wo can do. Did
tho young man know I Bent for jou?"
"No, sic I kept him qulto busy
with his books and pnpors."
"Humph! Wo can novor bo sure ot
"I supposo that Is correct, sir."
"Well, j on nnd .Morgan nro n flno
pair, I must say! I thought ho had
somo boiiso nnd thnt you'd boo to It
that ho didn't mako n mess of this
whole thing. Ho's In bed now with a
holo In his nrm and you've got to go
"I'll do my best, Mr. Pickering."
"Don't cull mo by name, jou Idiot
Wo'ro not ndvcrtlslng our business
from tho housetops."
"Certainly not," replied Dates hunv
Tho blood wan roaring through my
head, nnd my hnnds clenched ns I
stood thero listening to this colloquy.
Pickering's volco was and Is un
mistakable. Thero was always i purr
ing softness In It. Ho used to remind
mo at BChool ot n eleok, complacent
cat, nnd I hatu cats with particular
"Is Morgan lying or not whon ho
says ho Bhot hlmsolf accidentally?"
demanded Pickering pctulantb.
"I only know what I h"iird from
tho gardener hero nt tho school. You'll
understnnd, I hope, that I can't bo
Been going to Morgan's houso."
"Of courso not. Dut ho aays you
haven't played fair with him, that you
oven nttneked him n few dnys aftor
Glennrm camo "
(TO 1IH CONTINUED.)
KEEN INTELLIGENCE WANTED.
A Story That Illustrates What Bankr
Are Looking For.
Pierce Jay, tho commissioner ot
banks of MnoBtrhusetts, nt tho Amort
can Hankers association's convention
In St. Louis, ndvocntvd a better ac
counting s stem
"Dut abovo all," said Mr. J.ny, tn n
discussion of his Idea, "wo wnnt Intol
llgcnco. If embozzb lent 1b to bo thor
oughly put down. djBtoms nro good,
but Intelllg- ico Is better, and In cush
tors and tellers nnd bookkeepers nud
nolo clerks wo want the snmo keen,
quick Intolligcnro thnt characterized
old Capt. Hiram Cack of Gloucester.
, "Cack lay vory 111. Ono day ho got
downhearted, feeling thnt his caso
I was hopeless.
" 'I fear, doctor,' ho said, 'thero Isn't
much hopo for mo.'
"Oh, yes, thero Is,' tho doctor an
swered. Threo years ngo I was tn
your condition precisely, and look nt
"Cack, Intelligent and alert, said
1 "'What doctor did you havo?'"
Driven To It.
Ho Sho married a worthless noble-
Sho How did that happen?
Ho Despondoncy. Sho wns Jilted
by hor fathor'o wmchman. Puck.
THIRTY YEARS OF IT.
A Fearfully Long 8lege of Dally Pain
Charles Von Soohnen of 210 A St.,
Colfnx, Wash., says; "For nt lenBt
t thirty years I suf
fered with kidney
troubles, and tho at
tacks laid mo up for
dnjs at n tlmo with
pain In tho back and
I was up and around
Bhnrp twinges caught
mo, nnd for fifteen years the frequent
passages of kidney secretions an
noyed mo. Dut Doan's Kidney PHIb
havo given mo almost entire freedom
from this troublo and I cannot speak
too highly In their praise."
Sold by all dealors. 60 cents n
box. rostcr-Mllbura Co., Duffalo, N. Y.
OPENS GRAVE FOR A PICTURE.
Sorrowing Widow Had to Have Pic
ture by Which to Remember Hubby.
To bo exhumed after ho had been
burled for 20 ilajs nnd told to sit up
Rail "look pleasant" was tho tough
luck that befell n corpso out at Wood
lawn cemetery, New York, tho other
day. Henry Drown, n train dispatcher
on tho Ono Hundred nnd Twenty,
ninth street elevated road, died De
cember C of rheumatic gout nnd wns
burled decently and In ordor. Somo
two weeks after tho funeral It oc
curred to Mrs. Drown that sho would
like a photograph ot her husband,
having none that did him Justice. Im
mediately sho petitioned tho Dronx
health department for permission to
exhumo Henry nnd snapshot him.
Tho health department was some
what dazed, but granted tho request,
and so, with a photographer nnd an
undertaker, Mrs. Drown went to
Woodlawn nnd had tho threo weeks'
corpso dug up. Drown was taken
both profile and full face.
IT SEEMED INCURABLE
Dody Raw with Eczema Discharged
from Hospitals as Hopeless Cutl-
cura Remedies Cured Him.
"From tho ngo of threo months until
fifteen years old, my son Owon's llfo
was mado Intolerable by eczema In Its
worst form. In splto of treatments tho
dlseaso gradually spread until nearly
overy part of Ills body was qulto raw.
Ho used to tear himself dreadfully In
his Bleep nnd tho ngony ho went
through la qulto boyond words. Tho
regimental doctor pronounced tho cobo
hopeless. Wo had him In hospitals
four times and ho was pronounced ono
of tho worst cases over ndmltted.
From each ho was discharged as In
curable. Wo kept trying remedy
after remedy, but had gotten almost
past hoping for n euro. Six months
ago wo purchased n set of Cutlcura
Remedies. Tho result was truly mar
velous nnd to-day ho la perfectly cured.
Mrs. Lily Hodge, Camblowell Green,
England, Jan. 12, 1907."
Midshipmen and Marriage.
Midshipmen and mnrrlago nre Inter
esting tho nnvy department at pres
ent considerably. In tho last threo
years moro than ono midshipman has
been dismissed from tho scrvlco for
marrying beforo ho has been graduated
from Annapolis. Also thoro havo been
Increasingly numerous requests to tho
navy department from passod mid
shipmen asking permission to mar
ry. Tho department has been thus
far lenient with Cupid and has granted
most ot theso requests.
Laugh and Grow Fat; No.
Thoro Is nothing In tho maxim
"laugn nnd grow fat" or else tho Joko
smiths fall to grow mirthful over their
Great humorists seldom aro fat. F.
P. Dunno Is tho heaviest, weighing
about 1C0 pounds. The weight of
others living Is: Mark Twain, 1C0
pounds; Gcorgo Ado, 147; Jcromo K.
Jerome, 113, and W. W. Jacobs, 132.
O. Henry Is really n great humorist,
but ho ts tn tho 180-pound class.
There omo was a foollnh young npltz
Who clmseit a black rat and her kltz.
Ills mini reus exclaimed:
Well, now, I'll bo blnmed, I
I'll pank Unit darned dog whero ho
J lay uopcrmanciuly omxomcby proper
personal efforts tiUilKc assistance
oflhcortg truly IjeiicjicVrjil WniWc
remedy, Srup oligSonJWur Senna,
vmirK cnableroneloorm vcftular
Kabitji .qoily So that assistance ft na
lure may be gradually dispensed with
Vib.cn no longer neecjee) asllicbcstof
tentcclics,w!tcn Ycauircd, arcto assist
nature and, not to supplant the notur.
al functions, vh'icli must depend ulti
tnatcly upon proper1 nourishment,
prepereffottsjartd rifjit living generally.
Togetils beneficial effects, always
buy the genuine
tnnuftuta by Hie
Fig Syrup Co. only
SOLP BT, ALL LEADING DFUCCIST?
oursueouly, rfeuir rice 50f errHoltl
O fcfcU ifesa wsiallS
V Em hW reliable. Writ lor KVJvSOJl
fnriwiruulogiM. iraVHKK. y'ir-A I
. J. H tiiMii a SM.Mmuiua, Milt. Tyjjfcl
"Pa." said Mrs. Hardapplo, ns Bhe
opened the letter, "tho man who ran
oer our old crippled cow with his
nutomobllo wnnts to know how much
she was north."
"Tell htm about six dollars,"
i drawled Illtain llardnpplo. "Let mo
sec, It wns that poor vlllago doctor,
"No, Hiram; It was a city feller."
"Was, ch7 Well, by heck, tell him
Bho wa3 n first-class critter and worth
I ovory cent of $50."
I "And como to think of It, Hiram,
his nutomobllo was almost as long as
a steamboat, with glass windows, six
lights and a horn that )ou could bear
' flvo miles."
I "What? Then write nnd toll him
tho cow ho killed waB a genuine im
ported prlzo-wlnnlng Holstcln and
worth 500, nnd If ho doesn't sottlc up
overy cent In cash I'll put tho law on
First Postoffice Scheme.
Tho first postofllco Bchemo wns a
prhato cntcrprlso nnd wag Inaugu
rated about 14CL
rii.ut rrurii in o to u days.
t'AZO OINTMKNT In inmninli'CHl tn ruro nnr cat
it Ilrhlnx. llllnd. Illi-rdlng or l'rotrndlDg I'llot In
lUilldraurnuinejr refunded. oOc
Some finished orators don't seem to
know when to quit.
Moro proof Hint Lytlla E. Pink-
Iinm's Vt'KotabloCoinpoumlfiavcs '
I woman from surgical operations.
! Mrs. S. A. Williams, of Gardiner,
, Maine, writes:
I "I waa a prcat sufferer from female '
troubles, and Lvdl.a E. I'inlcham's Vego
. tablo Compound restored mo to health
iu threo months, niter my physician
declared that an operation was abso- '
I Mrs. Alvina Sperling of 1C4 Cloy- j
bourno Avo.. Chicago, 111, writes : ? !
"I suffered from femalo troubles, a i
tumor and much inflammation. Two t
of tho best doctors in Chicago decided i i
that an operation was necessary to savo I
my life. LydlaU. Plukham's Vcgctablo
Compound entirely cured mo without I1
nn operation." .
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years lydia E. Pink-
i ham's Vegetablo Compound, mndo
i from roots and herbs, has been tho
1 standard remedy for femalo ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women ho havo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backaclio, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges-
i tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. ,
"Why don't you try it?
Mrs. lMnkhnm Invites all sick
women to write her for advice. ,,
Sho lias (raided thousands to
1 health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
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I You muit wear MAYER '
1 HONORBILT SHOES, to apprc-
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m makes. They have the style and
wearing qualities, arid feel right
H from the first) wear long and well,
I tad look cood to the last.
SHOES FOR MEN j
are made with c"at care, of the
highest grade material, by skilled
workmen. They are honest s
through and through. You get '
style, quality and comlort in buying fl
Your dealer will supply youj it -
not, write to us. Look for the I
Mayer Trade Mark on the sole. I .
I We also make Leading Lady I J
Shoes, Hitlha Washington Comlort D '
Shoej, Spoclsl Merit Schpsl Shoes. I ''
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