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LOCAL Mil KKS.
Mitt Mary Hridwell it in (lie city
V. O. Aiktion wat down Irom
Judge Hazel continued (he case
of Senator Matthew to Aug. 31st.
Some ptivate money to loan on
good re estate aecurity. Gko. I.
Harry Cook, ol Iowa, ii in the
city visiting hit titter. Mr. Dr.
Mi IJa Ilinet, ol Kansas City,
it (pending a lew day with friend
in ihii city.
F. D. Lane and C. A. Lane and
wile, from east cf the river, were in
the city Tuesday.
J. A. lirown came down from
Danfcrtk, Tuesday, to visit hit
family and take in the fair.
Mr. Geo. Davis arrived home
Tuesday frcm a visit to relatives in
north Missouri, quite tick.
Frank Jone. poilmastef at Rcav
Icy. was in the city Tuesday attend
ing to tome business matters.
Uncle Lilly Robinson, of the
Reavlcy neighborhood, was in town
Tuesday selling a load of oats.
SummeMourist rates to I'ertle
Springs via to Mo. P. Tickets on
sale daily May 15th to Oct. 1st.
Mr. John Brodie is quite sick at
his home on Lashbrook avenue,
I with chances against his recovery.
j Some of our Hume neighbor
.have turned the gat on full blast
and believe there i "more to
c. r. roMr.L
Mr. C. F. Wagoner, one oftli
old pioneer cilie-t of Rich II;!!,
died at his home in this city Satur
day, Augut it, In the 85th year
of his age.
He was a native ol Germany and
and married Mi Agnes Ebener in
tsockwiiz, Germany, in iSjt. and
came to this country in 1854, and
settled in Texas, but came to Ray
county, , Missouii, about I S57.
When the civil war broke out he
enlisted in Co. E. Ifth Mo. Kgt.,
and again in Co. C. iSth Mo. Cav.
and served during the war.
He leaves a widow, seven chil
dren and a number of grandchil
dren. Mr. Frank Wagoner and
Mrs. GuiJo Jaeger of Rich Hdl.are
among the children.
Mr. Wagoner wat highly reject
ed and esteemed for his many good
qualities as a citizen and neighbor.
His old soldier friends acted as pall
hearers and the remain! were laid
away in Grecnlawn cemetery.
MM. KATMAK1XS BfcClXIIB.
Mrs. Katherine McClure died at
the residence of ber son-in-law,
Geo. Trammel!, near Csibon Cen
tre, Sunday afternoon, Aug. 2, aged
73. Deceased wat a native cf
l'ennylvaria. where she married,
and from which state her husband
enlisted in the arVny and died in the
army in Washington City during
Large crowd he attended ti e
tor both Tuesday and sesterday
and larger crowds seern to
order fof today ard tomorrow.
The racing term to I up t the
expectation of all interested, and
succrtt eem to f e an aured fact.
J"'af . !,;rt.
be in ! tU- Ctrrrjit c.nrt f: trfcin'r.
JW ;,urt. In Vse(st !. Aisru't 4'h,
Eotroa Tmacxi :
f,rt- W. W ;1 n art! JU',.'
j.iAlnt.f?. Jr,U Arj
i'M, J.-mi.lnh . 1'atri t !-l J', la j
15. Hult.U-. J. . . Unt. j
Now at thia d-.y tnin9 tb jlIt-J
lifUhy tlHr at torn y. Trn.j..t-tii j
Ik it nit-. and tU- tMr j-'titi-rti anjj
" ij. mYv,',ai, amonjr ot!r!
tlxr' that 1 lrj-lif;t, Jtntil
We ate havirg j Arnold, Jrn.laJi li. 1'atrv k and j
n li. Ilut.l'k- arv not iwll-.-nt of:
1 1L' 1 . 1 t . . t . :
to need rain badly and the coin watt, w a th,u
curling up, a fine shower came !,,, Boufl-d t,r t.tlknUon t?t
along and livened things up in j-l.tliitiffn have eorouytxiol at au:t
good shape. nfilrt tlw-m in tl.U -ort, tlnrr,n
Hay harvest s aW over so far ' x" '" there., in,
., . . , whkli i-titloa It U ml'.xl t!iit
at the tame hay t concerned, and . , ., ...
1 ' ' i.;tritif?i ore tb owners 4 t!j et ,
tnecuittng 01 mc praine cay wiu Luf fA tti, oorttt ,mri.f A
splendid weather fof the late corn j J"!l
crop. Juvi as we were beginning 1 ""T
conn to the rich hill fair.
begin in a few !ays. We have 100
acres of red top bound and expect
to thresh it next week. The seed
crop will not be as large this jear
a last. Too cold and too much
rain to develop the seed stalks.
There is a fine undergrow.b, but as
we bind ours the nndergrowth is
left on the ground. It will male
John began binding wheat on the
lS of June and by the 30th bad cut
)$ acres for ourselves and oeigh
bors. Icgan cutting oats on the 2d
of July and kept Jhat up until there
were no more oat to cut, when our
liring cj )Ctjr IJittif, Ejr?, Fitat Applet,
Chickec. Fetfc?t, si aaytbun e'.s jou may
hv i.i ihe Vr-niir.Q Jtr.e, ani we uJ yy h
fciehest market rnce tar it is tr-I c ci
We w:j kave p eaty of ICE WATER
c La&J ,.,feij .' t3 ccs: :.a til tv
a drick mHh fit.
tbewar. M' never mamea again. Ifed w eady or ,iim ,Je
finisIicJ binding red cop July 2th,
OPERA DRUG AND
V. B. HICKIY, Proprietor
Optra House BIdg. Rich Hill, Mo.
WITH SOOTMINO. BAiMY OILS,
Caif. Tmmt naiarrb. rtl. I1r.
awmadilMiiaai4 ftmt ui Wrtia
ta. BYE. Si-I. liirCiUMi
I W. H. Blankenbeker. wile and
j children, of Olathe, Kansas, are
j visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider,
j Mr. parents.
I Special excursions to Colorado,
; Utah and South Dakota, via the
: Mo. V. Ry Ticket on tale daily
June 1st to Sept. join. One fare
i plus $1.00 for the round trip.
I The ex-confedcratet of Vernon
j county w ill bold their annua! pic
nic at Lake Park, Nevada, August
17. As the association hat a large
membership in the county, a big
time is expected.
G. A, R. SanFrancisco. f 15 lor
the round trip via the Mo. P. Ry.
Tickets on sule Aug. J-t. Final
return limit Octuber 13th, nop ov
era allowed going and returning at
and wet of Colorado points.
She came to Vernon countv with
her family and friends soon after
the war and remained here perma
uentiy. She left surviving her three
daughters and one son. The
daughters are Mrs. Geo. Tiammel,
Mrs. Fred Tartar of Vernon county,
Mrs. Belle Bartlctt of Oklahoma,
and the son, A. R. McClure of the
; She suffered a stroke of paralysis
! July 27 and from it never recovered.
She wat loved by ber children, was
a good neighbor and a most excel
lent woman. Her funeral occured
at Carbon Center. Monday after
noon and she wa buried in the ;
Carbon Center cemetery.
Saturday last a lively day, as
uual, without met chants.
Jno. S. CtJig is spending stveial
days in thU city with bis lamily.
J.i. K. Hailey. ftom eat of ti p
river, wa in the cay las'. Saturday
Anthony Saitoiis, from south
of Sprague, was on our street last
J. T. Koshrook, commiion mer
chant of Kansa Ciiy, was in town
The case of Senator Wm. V.
Sullivan, special Judge Timmoiis,
wa t over to Aug. ,10th.
Dan McO'tine',!, with bis phylo-
tphy, was in the city Monday. l
ik a rood talker and is a friend to
Girard WiUon, up n whose land
the New Home Coal Co' new shall
has been sunk, was in the city last
Thursday and Fuday.
M. V.loie Hutch, who has been
yiMting iier patents, Mr. and Mts.
C. G. Harnett, letuuied to her
home in Knas City last Saturday.
Miss Adah Cheveiton enteitained
a number of btr fiieiuls at her home
on Walnut street, last Thursday af
ternoon, most delightfully. Dainty
refreshment wcie seived and en
Joyed by all.
Call Gencii ictuintd lat Sunday
too.ning Irotu a tuonth't sojouin
ijuwn ' the classic legion of Ar
kansas, at the anciviil city of Halts-
The State Can'p of the M. W.
A. will be hehl at Wairensl uig,
Stptember and e,. That city
gumantcci the coiniuillre selecting
Ihe plaie of holding the camp, $700
dt-liay the esprnses of the camp.
Head Counsel A. K. Talbot. 01
Omaha, Ntayor Uicd of Kansas
y'ity. Jo. W. Folk of St, I .Wilis,
mwl J Jul H, AIwihi.1 of Kansas,
bave been selected as the piomii.rr.l
having cut altogether about 250
acres ot wheat, oats and grass. It
is hard to tell who rejoiced roost,
John or his team.'
The Mo. Co's dti!! near us has
been idle for some time on account
of the drill being fast in thebot'.om
of a 600 foot bole, and their inabi!-
ttloti 34, t'jrtli! -IS, of rnj 55, i
Id Bttrt t-ounty, !iouri, aod tht :
tl.fr ruJ tb-;r KmnVrr aol tl.'w?
t'.r. throijr!i aiid un-'i-r whom tt-l
rlitirn hare in tboj-nextialve -t
wx-r; jiy-ebl'. aiid unOiftart-J !
o( M:,1 Lin ! f r injr J
tlinn ten je&r iat rial That W
Vnii.mta tL!iti tr n
land tlie nature ntid thaftw;tf-r ft ;
h hkh claim I unknown to inxiiillX
and tatiDot Iff rjw;ritt-d ccHa ex-;
e-rt that naid riilm U adrnrnr awi ;
prcjudU ial to pUiintl.To: :
Vh.Tffjre tS plaiotif? Iray tL '
cosrt to trr. nw-rt1n, and V t-r-
mlw the tfUit? title and li.Virt ol
lot and i2-h-nl:atif rf;-tirw;
l.v, iu mi'i to t!i n-nl t-tte nJorn-;
(wild, nud to l'-fiu? and 5jiii'-.- tjr .
lt JiidriK-rit ntul J-crs t tr t;tV. !
etntv and Intf rvt ft Liintif! rvl
di-f'-iidanUi Iwrviu. t'Vera!!y, la and
t id rt-aj proj.-rtj. aaurjius t'j j
tlx ftaHiti- in ench ctim- ins if ,rv '
vidd, and (or all otb"r amd Jurt-r '
jTorn-r rt-lii-f to tit court dreint-! j
rutins and Jtiht- I'laSntifT turttrj
tat that tl? hkjvv iiarj-.i dri-tid-'
utt ore iiu-r!.J-ntii of tlx- st.stt tA f
ADd that niiV-x the said:
Jacob Arnold. JfTvriiitt . I'atnck.
SGriffith Grocery Go.
I JAMES' CASH GROCERY?
IS Till! PLACE TO SPLND VOIR DOLLAR,
ity to procure the proper tools with
u'hirh ii recover it. Tnev have! ... . ..
' 1 anil Jmm 1; Mil.t.U lv ni immm
j just received the last tool ordered j at thin court al IJCJt terra lixT j
and hope to be at work in a few
j s-.-u-j county, on tue .an uay i c'.j-
nud on th; finst day f aaid
j tcnu, aiivwer cr plt-ad to t!w v!-ti-
tlou in tutld cau, Ihe aasix wUlUrj
takvn uj couft--d, nJ jivdijiurnt
where to get fall tale, n4 is'.i at.jirs j-rai:c.i.
Another car of the ctUbrt-Jt-i CRYSTAL.
FLOUR- Bf'ade cf pore c' J hee. t it trrht-L 11
jwi have fcever tr;ei it, taw s a gvJ lia ts bej-a. Eiery
tack guarar.:eed. FRUIT JARS sJELLY
GLASSES i . eaJ ess ; ...' ::t pr
TbeB. V. Co' drill is m"Bl;.f n.
I a w- t
; good time. uomg uown
rate of 40 feet every 24
J They were so untortunate
M. C MAT.
II. C. May, for many years a
well known and highly respected j pjweJ ,hrough M j that indi-
cniren 01 mi ciiy, oiea ug. isr, Htet MCCt io the ne,r futute.
break two knocker last week, but
are at work again. They have
reached a depth cf 4JO.feet and have
at the Nevada aMlum, aged St;
years. He lett surviving him his:
wife, now- vitiling in Idaho, and j
one sou, Roy May, living in this j
city. While his mind was some-j
what clouded in hit later years, yet j
C. A. Uihii.
he was a good
citizen and an ex-1
Jih' i.indt r In building h n w rnu
nry iu wliU U to otoiv liUcroi.
S r had Bt'Verul auwil! !in. nt tlw
I lattrr part of lat ni t mid rotuld
irrntile wind w hkll blew tin- cru
jduwn pm-tty tMidljr.
i V. h'cott and Sol Kdwnln were
1 he otlicers ) f the Interstate Sol- I c;iuiiiii suit Saturday niht down
,h,.,,!ii tlK- rivt-r KiiiK-w iifiv. nu!iii;.
.rrrTio kkadt oi cAsir.
I)an'l li. Hutton was in the city
la-t Saturday. He if one of the
("nnnili.111 nrlllrn that rrtuinrd to dicr's Association are busy
1 I III I ... t 1,,.,. !. ti.l. l.i.l . ,1
Miss ouri some time ago. He still day, completing the arrangements j ' '
j of, to be bcun aiid lici k-n t thi
1 court boum-, iu the city of llctV-r, iu j 9
will tje rvudml ncx-ordiosly.
And t- it further ordVrvd, lliAt a
eoy btTt-of l? put.'liib3. nsYordiu$ J
to Iaw, In Tbk linn Him. Tripimc,
is wwkly newiiper jriut-i! nnd
ublintM-l In Bates county, Mo.. ir
ifourwrt'ka auocvwdvrly, thtr Uu-t ln
aTtloii to i at It-aj-t thirty day br
j forv thf Ctt day of lira iivil tr riu ol
j ttn- t irv uSt Court,
j J. A. 1'ATIttHtX,
i I ITt Uit niTk.
A true copy of tin nxird. j
1 Wilif-M my band nnd tli'
:!, S.-:il -f tin" tlrr wit l ourt of
-r ' B.it- county, tbU 4tta day
01 .uMr, i -. i
J. A. 1'ATTKKSt N".
itrt utt t"U-rk.
r.y t'. M. Ittukt.rv, IVj uty tVrk.
9 100 lbs Short .'.
Jioa lbs Cora Chcjrs . 1tO 9
t H. P. JAMES, - - Proprietor.
S Il Dr Oats 25:
J Pgs Ctro Freto , - 2 5C
2 It FitiC Co?nb Honey 25-
1 lb Good Coffee JO1
2 Sbt Java Hleni Coffee - 25;
7 lb James Special CtL't 1.00
100 Ibt Bran '. 85c
100 lbs Short ,'. Q5:
103 lbs Cora Chojr . 1tO
M WE PROPOSE TO MAKE"
tii land thete and maygo'fr ttie annual reunion at Lake
I... , ,
j"Hin, vsnicn oeqin ftiutiuay, vug,
10, and lasts for one week.
back tome ot these days.
On July 1st the St. I.ouis San
lrancivco Kailroad Co., assumed
(hatge of the. line formetly known
as the Oaaik A. Cherokee Central
Railway, CktenJing westwardly
frcm Fayetteville. Atk. , to Ol inu!
gee, Indian Territory, a distance of
1 13 0 miles.
The county couit we undetstand
ha appropriated $ 50 for making a
display of Hate county products at
the St. Ixiui World Fair. This
j all right at a eginnrng, btl a
county like H,r should not think
of going down to St. Louis with
less than a $500 show.
A Mr, Dorman, who lived just
south of Panama, was killed by a
Missouti l'acitic height train last
Ihursday about noon. lie was
going home at the noon hour along
(he tailroa ttack. when he ysa
I'.ruck and killed. He wa about
70 ycatt old and some hat deaf
i motwjullo biu-a.
Mr. Boh Wnlu-ra vliid at tt. 1
l'.iMjtU laft Sunday
The- j oun folka f thia tHdhlKir
Several thousand bills have I een Ihmk lial n iliiiKt nt ltutldy Bovktti
posted and scattered over the coun- lat Saturday uUlit. Tht-y n-jKtrt h
trv bv those havine chartre of the food time.
: . . ... . 1
alrrtiing ami this wot k t not yet
CJinpIeted. Those who have been
engaged in this wot k report that the
ptuspects for a big attendance wire
never better than this year.
Col. Harry Mitchell, Capt. John
T. Hirdseye, Geotge Sullivan and
othe't of this, city ,re pi)shing the
wotk heie and Cu. Gillsoti is ex
petted fiotn Appleton City nest
week. The tents will be bete next
steek and will be put up by Satur
day, August S, and everything be in
readiness for the big meeting bv
that time. '
Many Nevada people are arrang
ing to spend the week n (amp l4
hundreds (torn, 1 distance Will be
heie tci take in tl 1 reunion and have
a nice outing at he tame time.
Thee will ' e an abundance of
u. T. Holland U iM-nrly through
liny tug. H" l running two gnu;:
o trt krn.
H. M. Wallace U ntut through
lav ins by bS etrn.
McCoiiihU IrM. arv plowing far
Iv ll ltiua tried tilowlni- Sjitunlay I
after tt- rain, but touud it at 111) Holland Uavl tl.rvv lwstl ol
pn-tty dry, l.ut na It rnitusl another callk- killed in t.U jtt:rv Sunday.
!iow'er Sumlay, thtuk It v IU ; ''.v 'ithtiiiiijr. A hear they la-loii;-
OF TIIE MALL.
I I Li
Aler WtUotl H im t radlnj- UU Uwb
Hill iiMTviiNittt Monday.
Mr, Krlkanip vva lu I'.leh Hill
Mondiir and broutit out a lot of
hotf w Irv for tultig purHi-i-.
Mr. iu Muud ia still no U tier at
S-veral iirti' nr hauling their
old eoru to I CI'.- It 11:11 mid gfUi;i '
isl to Jiim- l l!.lstl. Hurl niK'.e.
J. V. Ilol.Mtt wa In KkU Hill
I'rld.iy on tMi;n-.
Tin rnlti Sttti.lay aliti(ut li;ra
CtHd troti oteoruiu the early 1 laut-
and is supposed not to have beatdi entettaintneiit tor the big crowds
the train. He leave a wile, son
and daughter surviving him.
aud thete is no lesson v. by this
should not be the best reunion crr
held at Nevada. Nevada Hetald.
100 Reward, flOO.
Thervnilera of thla pnier will n
pWilM'd to team tlirtt therv Im ntlenat
one drvuded tlimnM' tn m (em baa
(ivn to euro (ii all lt t(utaud
that la Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh
Cure U th only pooltlve efirv now
known to tin iimhIU n fraternity
(ditarrh Ik Iiij; a coltatltutioual dh.
w, rejiiliv a cotiKtltutioiial tnwtt.
meiit. Hull'a Catarrh Cnrv U taketi
Internally, noting dlieetly ujam the
blood uud tnticou auiiai'ea of the
ayateiti, tliervhy l.t rtij lu the
(outnlatloil of the dlwaae, and irti Inj:
the patient atrettuth by tuiildltiK up
the 'outttutton and aUttiii; ua
tiire iu itolui; It work. I he nvoie-
tora have o iiiik h faith In Ita rura
tlvo powein. that they otter One
IIioi IonI IMIura lor any uw that it
(all to t'urv. K llvj loT V 'f tell
r. J. chi:m:v a t., ToU-io, t.
Kohl by lrtijii;Ut. T-V.
lUU'a t aiuliy I'liia am the Ut.
WaUntt Street M i:. Church,
There will be preaching at the
Walnut Stteet M. E. Church next
Sunday at 1 1 a. m. and S p. m. by
Sunday School at 9145 a. tit.
Junior League at J w p. m.
Fpwotth League at 7 p. m.
1'iayer meeting Thursday 7:30.
Ciias. C. Jams., Fastor.
More rati) ha in C s. i.t u in, 1 w e
ar now nnkured ol a fair n-fu rot).
I'rf. B-n Ity an went la'lW kv
tnaiu sva-lal t I'nlrvlew Saturvl.ti
OREGON kZ WASH1S3TCH.
lioiiHitrlt r i'l llu d ltsjt th. y
van vl nil the li.l irumu hi l-in.t
the toiiutry and land trale.
ttiat ttiev ss ant, from u. Wear
ikuluij iu land in that ".iutr,.
and we i- 4a.-. to 1" ii!
and (mv s jii. -r i.l u i oti a,l
Cue literal arv li.at y vu uai
v iit tn rt t. r-uie t the c.-uttlry.
We Mould j'ii-a-.l tu li.of
y4t eall and e., or -:fd u
word tit! and .vy..i. lluur
i.u r.At.- at any lumv
Mrs. Wm. It -.binaou and Mrx. Joa ! f Sfta'Ci I prr B -fc U'll Ua
t II V II W w t w t mi 1
llroutof KWh Hiil. Mr. J t
vi nr. ....... . v-,.i. w ,.,,.!.. 1 1
I.tnU-'tri- ir, l Pah Ifiil, Ultel M:
Clvb Ajer. Saturday uud Suu-'.iy,
Uev. Charlie Hamilton and faiuiiy,
of Seaiuniou. kalis., visited .VI r. i:.
Jil'V tCi: I'l lill MI.S HKt:K
I. I 'AkfcV '.l,M t.lt'S Ul.Ui.Vtll;
tti,li4l, VHSi llsr lir StSl'S
Klrat lrebj tcrtaa Church.
Thete will be ptcaching service
nest Sunday at it a. iu. and S
I'tayer meeting TluiitJay ft p.m.
Sunday tli..,J at ,'t
Ju.iKir Kndeaior at j p. m.
Senior l"ndesoi at 7 p. m.
W. U C At SI I on,
Milh-r, VJr. H k iter, a k w d J
M',ut Juiwi Wheatk-y U vMtlu r l
atiie at Foster
Mi Margaret W'ilsn i-at Nal- 4
urdav and Sunday at boiue. i F
Mr. Jim Uohiuitou waa r'l:n i n
lady frh'tid Ui tv Sunday rletilu. j
Tlx) "atolk" Uaa vUUed our la th-!
lrhol M'Vernl tiita-a lately, and lit
it round k-fl
PAHKL d S
Vw 44 k laa
i. ... '4 t"--ft
V. - mwa s
hu w . 1 . .v ,
aaaai . 4
i . a .
USE AllB'S fCOT-EASE,
A ii.lir li lx ,!:.ui'u into th
a littW daughter ai:1'"- Vour fcvt fcvt ,4. 11. ir,.u.
Afdy ArtxHS't' July and a i
at Jtntvw Uu la on duty II
V.N tl'ls Yl'XJ Mt lo rrv
hr toitrutikv-tl 4t tkii. 1 it'.
'lriOM ii all Is vrt iu.iit t,,nl
.Njii.ol. -. Ilai i I I't-Jtu'lixi'-.. I
MUiluattoti n. I'artl- iiUu trv.
later Mat Cor, lunl.,1 V.lar Kayidn.
. I and h. t. and yvt tir-sl ity. If ui
have avtii:- V-et. try AlUa 'o
j l. i-e. It rv-Kta t!ie fj-et u i lu.-ik--
j Im-w or lUt.t h.neuy. t un i U-l.l-.
vt i; fc t, t-iutrrs
au I t.uiil' -na 4 ti'd I'-iui an I tv-
rl aud .-.ifot. dry It io.dy.
So! I by il l'rii,!r-i uud sto-Uoi
er. i IV'n't rci 'i a.'y ul'.i
tute. Iru-I iv.a.ti-' li:t;K. Ad
Ur. Alk a S. t!uuda 1 Hoy, N. V.
Our Star Jay special wasb go-ad le shewed ts tie
people hiJ coafiieoce itt u. Tfeey cixe ia crowd ail
day, andthe best cf it hey bcu;V.t
We Had a Good Day!
Now, tfci eek is the last one cf on liteal Clearance
S aaJ ie ate dete ttr.ined to n;? it the 1SKST ONE.
Head these few prices. Just oce-blf stbat they'ie
Clesiatit lnt.itie, i-tc value , Q:
rtiu;rose Hatistei, tSc vilue ... , . .....):
S.'k (Jiog;tnii. 5a to Cac value . ... .. -2 5
Lace Sitipe Sii Mc:ip., 50c value, ........ 25-
LaJie' Sao-Honnet. 2c valaes. . 12,:
All our 10. ii'j and 15c Lawn . . , ........ .7c
Ladie Sauu'.er Vest . 3:
$j llti.a.ocsC!y a few left) - . -$1.39
Hig tiae bf i aoJ toe Otrsban; . . Q;
La.liei' 35c Laca Stn l.is!e Hose ... - -20
LaJiei 5C Lace Stripe Lisle ILti 1Q:
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Men and Hovs' icxtiser c'.othe 63 te-; J".ei cf cust
Von csa't atlci'J to Ijv tUewh-te t-t I t..vi.f j; us look.
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Mea's iol bova' Hi aw bat at out ItA ;t..i.
55c lre SKirt.'t. . 3Q
Si lit Shait . .75:
A tioe lot cf pattrras 53c Neckw. tt 3Qr
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we'll '-ihosr ou."
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