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President Taft Orders Wick Wickersham Wickersh Wickersham
ersham ersh m to Investigate e En Entries Entries Entrie ¬
tries trie s In California CaliforniaBeUerimc CaliforniaBelleying CaliforniaBelieving
Believing that thousands of 0 acres of ofpublic olpublic ofpublic
public lands containing oil in California Californiahave CaUtOrRhav Cattorakthave
have > b been en Improperly acquired cqtltreClb iulre < l by rail railroads raUroads rsJlroads ¬
roads corporation ns and Imttrtduate Attorney At Atturney Attllrne
turney tllrne General Gen ral Wicfcershaja l Ur8hni it was vrtatlearned Widlearned waslearned
learned today t y was iiwtruc 1 Instrue4 J e < J br Presi President Prelunt Preaident ¬
dent Taft shortly hortl ° Wfore Mtfore ore he left tt for forPanama torPanama forPanama
Panama to conduct a searching M rcbtag inquiry inquirySpecifically inquirySpEcift InquirySpectoAlly
Specifically SpEcift ly tB t1Z D Departroeat partmeDt P ttmeat of JtMtic JustleeWhhes JtMticRiches JuUcewi
Riches wi hes to ascertain whether tMO OIO acres acresof acresIt acresof
of It on lands were patented by the South Southern Southrn ¬ I
ern m Pacfl PacMc Railroad Company several severalyeag 8eeralEa severalyeas
yeas Ea 8 ago < < 0 with a knowledge knoWled < < e on the part partof Prtof partoP
of certain < Governmept agent that t t the
lands lan contained oil The fact fa t It is said
bas causel President Taft Attorney Attorneyeneral
Ocneral Cnt eneral > ral VlcKerrtiaai 1cke and Secretary
Ballin et > tora U regard ard W1thauspkion wJth Suspicion 3 tJpiclon the thenumber thewlmber thenumber
number of entries Dtne th t thit t have l been een made madem
m the oft of lands bf California by indi individuals hHlividuals lrtdividuals ¬
viduals vidualsSeveral vidualsS vidualsSeveral
Several S eral weeks ago a o Assistant Secretary Secretaryof rfllary rfllaryIf
of If the interior Piefc vistod visi 1i ed California Californiato
to conduct an 1 Inquiry into the t oil 11 situa uhuatien situation ua uat ¬
tion t ion there It was U specifically state stateJlicvrever state statelWever statebcwever
licvrever lWever at the time that Otis hl visit It Itwas Itwas Itteas
was thought would not b be productive productiveof pro ucUve ucUveot
of the proof prt > of of fraud fraudVIRGINIA fratldVIRGINIA fraudVIRGINIA
Dr James Richard Sowers Former Formerly ¬
ly of Washington Dead After AfterShort AfterShort AfterShort
Short Illness IllnessWARRENTON IllnessWARRENTON I
WARRENTON W Va Nov 11 nDr nDrJamN ILDrJames Dr DrJames
James Richard Sowers one of the old oldest oklst oldest ¬
est st practitioners in this community communitydied eommunttydied eommunltydied
died at his home here last night after aftera
a torieif illness at the tbee age of sixtyfour sixtyfouryears sixtyfouryears i iears
years yearsDr yearsDr ears earsDr
Dr Sowers was a native of Clarke Clarkecounty Clarkecounty Clarkecounty
county Virginia and received r ived his hi pro professional proisstonal 10 10ffSslOnal ¬
fessional education educa Olt at a Columbian Col College CollcgE College ¬
lege > of Washington D u ii C CIn CIn CIn
In 1863 he married Miss M Mary Ka1 Francis FrancisSmith FrIK FrIK8mith FrancisSmith
Smith daughter of John Smith and andmoved andmoved I Imoved
moved to Fauquir county where he has hasresided hasn hasresided
resided n < lded ever since Dr Sowers So ens was as a ar aTmber ar
r umber of Mosbys Cavalry and andholds andholds andS
S holds a gallant war record He was a alifciong a11lOng aIsfc
lifciong Isfc iong member of the Baptist Church Churchfrom Churchfrom Churchfrom
from where he will be buried tomorrow tomorrowlie tomorrowHe tomorrowHe
He is survived by two sisters si terli his hiewife hbJwjlt hiswife
wife Messrs e Snl William S and John JohnSowers JohnS JohnSvr
S Svr Sowers rs Mrs Lindsay Marshall of ofCambridge orCambridge ofCambridge
Cambridge Md d and the Misses i Kath Katherine Katherine
erine and Mary Frances Sowers SowersMOTHER SowersMOTHER SowersMOTHER
Judge Pugh Reprimands Mrs Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
beth Mangum for Truancy Truancyof i iof
of Boys BoysCharged BosCh BoysCharged
Charged Ch ed with ith a violation aUOft of tl the truant truantlaw truantlaw truantlaw
law Mrs Elisabeth Mangum aJICIII of OfL ofL IXttfc IXttfcLi
L street southeast utbea8t was arraaed aed in inthe iBthe Inthe
the Police Cour this morning mornl before beforeJudge beforeJudJe beforeJudge
Judge Pugh PughAccording PuChcordinK PughAccording
According cordinK to the truant officer otaeerbad s aide aidehad e ehad
had not heeded warnings W1UJ n reggardiag regarc r rJInattfJQdAlN8 i c the the11nateridanee he heurnattendanre
urnattendanre af her two sons Frank Frankand Jl1Dkand Frankand
and Charles at th the nubile school in intheir 1Mthelrdlttrl4aL istheir
their thelrdlttrl4aL thelrdlttrl4aLJud district districtJod datrlgtJudge
Jod Judge e Pu Pig < < h o frenrlQMJriMl ft rtIl1fi tKfcwdman tKfcwdmanand dIiL dIiLand wasa wasaand
and fpbn In pbn her i Homls o Th hat f lf > e 4 b beYs beYswould1i4 > yswould ys yswould
would would1i4 b sent to P thool < hool regularly in the thefuture Uefuture thefuture
future she he was dismissed dismissedSEAMEN di8mil di8milSEAMEN dismissalSEAMEN
The heroism of two seamen of the theUnited theUnited theunited
United States > S battleship New Hamp Hampshire Hampflhire Iiampehire ¬
shire James R Dennis nnl8 and W K Grit Griffth GrlCfth GritPth
fth in rescwkiK a petty officer offt r from fromdeath fromdeath fromdeath
death by b drowning drwnl was w committed to today today today ¬
day by Acting Secretary of the Navy NavyVVlnthrop Nay NayWinthrop NavyWinthrop
VVlnthropAt Winthrop
At IN vi folk on October M they res rescued re recued res rescued ¬
cued at the risk of their own lives livesChief Jhe JheChif livesChief
Chief > f Gunners Mate Gerbacht who felloverboard fell felloverboard feUoverboard
overboard overboardLEHIGH overboardLEHIGH overboardLEHIGH
The Southern Lehbrh Club will hoW
Its first smoker of 0 the season at the theI
T i iversitr hersltJ Club this evening evenl at 8 oclock oclockA
A large attendance attendance is I expected
Wife of Millionaire Remains Silent But Detectives Are AreSaid AreSaid AreSaid
Said to t Have Prominent Men M Und Un er rS Surveillance Surveillancefor rv lI nce ncei
for Connection Connec ion With the th Crime < >
Centia Cen II1d ad from First Flrstpago Flrstpagotllat Page Pagothat Pagethat
that tln thaL STL 1 A A BWfnow lUlt noW a local realertae real realestate roeleMtate
estate man was conducting an em employment empIoment employment ¬
ployment agency q8ftfY It was through throughthte throughthteagency this thisagency thIsaeney
agency Ui hat the then Miss 111 FarnpwWttli FarnpwWttliobtained Far Farnpnprtttobtained w JUI JUIobtained
obtained a position t19n as a domeut ometiif l2 te tethe I Ithe tJ tJthe
the home of J C Hervey on the same sameday mAteda sameday
da day that she he arrived rt1y in heeling LaCar LaCarshe Lat L t4I t4Ishe r rshe
she was eritploy eMployed d a as a dom dOIOttc tc in the thehome tbehome thehome
home of J G Tomlinson TomUn on on the island islandand teJandand i81andaDd
and about thirteen years yearsago ago sne marr marrried mar marlied marvied
lied Mr Schenk SchenkIt J JIt J JIt
It is said that it w wa while she sheemplore4 vf vfemployed tylts tyltsempioye4 i
employed ip the Tcpniinson Tou llneon home homett homettshe that tteatshe thatshe
she met Mr Scbeitk and and th the frtendsltip frlendskfpbegan frtendsltipbegan rriendsklln
began n which hleb culminated in nwrriagi nwrriagiDetectives mar11igDe marid maridDetectives
Detectives De ect1ves have had Mrs Seheife Sehel1kdR Sehel1kdRd Scbedkder jn jnder
der d r surveilance for several weeks eeks Otte Ottewoman O tle tlewoman e ewOtnAn
woman detective obtained obtal fl a position as asnurse unurse asnurse
nurse in the Schenk home Another n ther de deteetive dete4Uve dew dewte
te teetive Live played I the role of a chauffeur chauffeurami e chauffeuradd urreur urreuradd
add drove the Schenk automobile automobileShowed automoWIeShowed automobileShowed
Showed Emotion EmotionWhen EmotionVhen EmotionWhen
When Mr Schenk was suffering sWr i1Rg from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the effects of the deadly drug Mrs MrsSchenk MrsSchenk
Schenk is accused MCCu ed of having given g en him himhis himhis
his wife Is said to have shewn groat groatemotion greatemotion groatemotion
emotion and dramatically caroused her lierhusband berhUIJMnd herhusband
husband Just Ju t before Mr Schenk was wastaken wastaken a8 a8taken
taken to the hospital ho pital however thenurse the thenurse thenurM
nurse and one of the children got hold holdof hokIot holdof
of ot one of tile bottles of r lithia wat water w r said saidto saJdto saidto
to save contained the th poison nth son and a 4I after afterdrinking afterdrinking
drinking a quantity o of the a water be became became became ¬
came critically ill for a time Learning Learningof
of their illness Ulne Mrs r8 Schenk It is said saidbecame sakibecame W
became nervous and until they finally finallyrecovered ftnaUyrewered ftnsiyreooveFed
recovered she was wa much worried worriedThe worriedThe worriedThe
The last card in the hand of death deathwas d8llthwas deathwas
was played this week when hen a bottle bottleof bottleor
of the lithia water was sent to the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Wheeling Hospital which hleh te said saidto saidto saidto
to have contained enough ixftoon pd on to kill killa
a whole family tamll The nurse Utfl had been beeninstructed beenin beeninstructed
instructed in tnact by Dr Hupp and the bottle bottlewas bottlewas bottlewas
was destroyed destroyedSought deatroyedSought destroyedSought
Sought His Return ReturnWhen ReturnVhen ReturnWhen
When Mr lr Schenk showed signs sl 8 of ofrecovering orrtlCoerlng ofrecovering
recovering slowly slowl at the hospital ho pilal it is isclaimed isclaimed
clal claimed Hd his wife ire became restless and amiasked aIM1uked
asked that he be brought to the Island Islandhome islandbome islandhome
home This was w refused refusedHad reCusedHad refusedHad
Had Mr Schenk drunk another glass glassthat glaesthat glassthat
that contained the deadly deadl drug dru he hewould hewould hewould
would have died according to the statement state statement statemont ¬
ment of physicians Telegrams received receivedfrom reeehedfrom receivedfrom
from both the Johns Hopkins Institute Instituteand Instituteand Instituteand
and the University of Virginia where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the expert c < pert chemists analyzed the water waterHOW waterHOW waterE
Home Treatment Thnt Brings BringsInstant BrlnsInatnut nrln nrlnInatnut
Inatnut Relict ItcllcfThe UellerThe RelictThe
The continued irritating effect of ofcorns ofcorns
corns sometimes ItO UmN involves the whole wholenervous wholenervous wholenervous
nervous system and brings on serious seriousdisorders 8erlousdiftordens seriousdisorders
disorders A trouble of 0 this kind should shouldnever iJbouldDever shouldnever
never be neglected glected One of the most
effective treatments treatmentstainable <
tainable is to bathe the thef thetlltet thefeet
f feet et In a basin of ofwarm orwarm ofwarm
warm water atet In which whichtwo whichtwo whichtwo
two tablespoonfuls of ofCalocide oCCaJockle ofCaloc
Calocide Caloc de compounds has hasben ha hab hasbeen
ben b en dissolved This Thtewill Thtwill Thiswill
will bring brtD Immediate Immediaterelief Immediaterelrt Immediaterelief
relief taking takI our r to all alloretftws allBOC allsort
sort oretftws > c as mad attract attracting nwt nwttng raeting ¬
ing the rom corn so that t It Itcan itcan Itcan
can be removed easily easilywith elrilywith easilywith
with a dull knife If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the corn is a very old oldone oldone oldone
one it may be neces necessary tteeeeMlYw necessary ¬
MlYw sary to repeat le tthi this treatment treat treatment t1eatmnt ¬
ment for several > > nights nightsm
m order to get it com completely complet completely ¬
pletely plet el removed CaJo CaJoeomoound CaJod Caioeide
d eide compound is no
longer confined to the use olthe
the t medical profession profe alon but can be bebought be1ooUfht bebought
> bought by the general public from any anywell anywell any anywell
well stocked druggist or he will quickly quicklyget quicklyIIt quicklyKt
get t it from his wholesale whole ale ho house housei A Apackage
package containIng urftctent u quaRtIt quaRtItI uaatit
containing condition
i to Ito put the worst Tset et t In insells floe condition conditionI conditionseIlS
I sells for twentyftvc cents CalocWe CaJo lde ldeone is isone isone
one of the best remedies obtainable obtainableall for forall toral1
all f foot ot aliments It has a wonderfully wonderfullyquick wonderrullquick wonderfullyf
quick action for the relief and cure u of ofbunions ofbunloJUI f
bunions chilblains ingrowing Ingrowinglousnesa nails cal callousness ca1lousne98 ¬
lousness t tender nder feet and sweaty bad badsmelling badsmelHng badsmelling
smelling fee Frequently one or two twoapplications twoappUcatl twoapplications
applications appUcatl ns will result in a cure The Thechemists Thechemists Thechemists
chemists that prepare it also issue a asmall asmall asmall
small booklet nth each package giving givingvaluable givingvaluable givingvaluable
valuable information on all foot troubles trou troubles troubles ¬
Y You ou want VALVES VALVESnot
not a lot of talk talkJust talkJust
Just read these ese prices rites on onSuits onSuits
Suits and aOvercoats aOvercoatsWe Overcoats OvercoatsWe
We offer you either a aSuit ai
Suit or an Overco Overcoata tai i the theprices t tPrices he
prices n named namedYoull med medYoull
Youll find the latest latestthing latestthing
thing in styles and an im imInense im immense
Inense number of pattern patternfrom patternsfrom
from which to choose chooseYpull chooseYoull
ws wsSuits f
Suits and Overcoats that 7f 7fsell v vsell
sell in any an other store for not notJess notless
Jess than 1250 1250Suits u uSuits <
Suits and OvercOtlts that thatfell q
fell e1l in any other store for not 1 iJ e elbss i ithan > >
lbss than 1650 1650OaerroatS
Suits and gridsell OaerroatS Oe oats that
r sell u u in any ocher r storeftlr ei r not notless 16 e eless 7l 7lr
less thap iQo iQoG ooO ooOJ ooOcRiidte
cRiidte G ikttens s s Suits tS and Over Overcoats
coats suis U tS i Inqooe lode > 1i extta exttapair rn 2 iiJJ iiJJof
pair of pan panF pants pantsi ts
F i Eie iedlander Bros r a 9th E St Sta 7e 7ev 7es
stated that it mntl eGDta4M al a a large quantity quantitynf qntUyot
nf ot arsenic arteDIeYhen arsenicWhen rm ittr ittrWhen >
When she was arrested Mrs M Seneak Seneakwore Selteakwore Sekeakwore
wore a costly set of furs fursworth furskrtiends furskrtiendsworth 4llamtn 4llamtnorth
worth orth several thousand thousandgifts tis iawtd ricentgifts rkeat rkeatgUts
gifts of her husband husbandMr
Mr Schenk first became J e 1U ear trtl In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the spring spring prln and hi h hie vttysiciaiM advixyi advixyia ad ada ada
a trip to Europe He Ie returned retwlHJdln in June Junemuch Junemuch Junemuch
much improved fritjgeatth Within a a few fewwewksvRowever fewet towwokshoa
wewksvRowever wokshoa et Mweer ever iYhealth M IIWhealth health again began n
Here H re are re Sincere Sin re Words WorcJ from froma fro froa
a Retired Railroad Conductor Conduc Conductor Conductor ¬
tor of oj3 Binghamton B hamton N NYthat NY NY
Ythat Y that cant t be Con Conv Conltardicted Contarrdicted
> v I tardictect tardictectF
F a C Vawfcman v to a highly hisbly respected repeetet1cltbelior1Sla respectedcltizea respectedcitizen
citizen cltbelior1Sla lof BiaKhajDton < < baa JaX X Y ± and what whathe whathe whathe
he voluntarily says abouid stoauM be gives gtvengrave givesgrave vtm vtmrave
grave rave eonaMwattoa eMl wattoil b by bya > < all woo softer softerfrom suiterfrom 88ft 88ftfrom
from catarrbU distress m the head or orthroat orthroat orthroat
throat throatA
A very large percentage pecc e stage tap or the eases easesof cuesor acesof
of deafness deaf is caused by catarrh c tan1a Thereare There Thereare Thereare
are two tubes running ruaat from the nose to tothe tothtt totha
the ears called Vb the Eustaltan tubes and andwhen IIIndwhen andwhen
when catarrh germs infect these tub tubdeafness tubes tubt1dMtnea tubesdeafness
deafness will probably follow 1 it prompt promptaction JrOIIIptctlon promptt
ctlon t is not taken takenHinging takenRiqiog takenRinging
Hinging noises in the ears a rs I ie goad goadproof gnoAproof JJooc JJoocproof
proof that cetarrh is going KOID < < to affect a eet your yourhearing yourhearing Ou Ouhert
hearing hert f Here H < < c is the proof oro f that HY HYOMEI HYOMEl HYOMEI
OMEI pronounce it HIGHOMK HIG oME will willdo willdo wiltdo
do more than it is advertised U w do doDuring doDuring doDuring
During the Fall of 1W9 I found it itnecessary Itneceeaary ftnecessary
necessary to consult two local loca1l1Jeiallst loca1l1Jeiallstfor spccialietfor specialists specialistsfor
for a catarrhal affection that caused in Jnt
to decline d decline cUne and it was then that Dr F FL FL FL
L Hupp became convinced that the be mil millionaire millionaire mitltonatre ¬
lionaire teas was w 8 being slowly poisoned PoI oned to todeath todeath todeath
death Schenks father and brothers brotherswere brotherswere brotherswere
were notified and a detective agency of ofPittaburg orPll ofPitteburg
Pittaburg Pll detailed seven men to watch watchSchetok watchSchelatc watchScbebc
Schetok Mrs Schenk and their asso assoctetes assocll associates
ctetes ciatesWhen cll ctetesWhen tes
When aen he returned from the European Europeantour Europeanbtlr Europeantour
tour Mr Schenk brought back costly costlygifts costlyItts costlyxltts
gifts Itts of every description de erlption for his wife wifeYesterday wlteYe wifeYesterday
Yesterday Ye terday when th the woman was arrest arrested arrt arrested > tlt tlted ¬
ed It was impossible for several > > hours hourstrconvince hourst
t to trconvince eO convince ylnee Schenk that t fete wife might mighthave mllhthave mighthave
have had something to do with his hispoisoning hispoisoMng
poisoning poisoMngLUNCHES l poisoningI > oiMntngLUNCHES
i CHICAGO Nov 11 ItIt It has been po podded decided do doelded ¬
dded to establish labUsA lunch rooms in six sixI sixof I Iof
I of the largest of the public schools of ofthis oftit ofthis
this tit city In which breakfast or lunch lunchwill lunchwUl lunchwill
will be served 041 for 1 cent The TJa children childrenwill CMUdrenwUl childrenwill
will be beglven givn IYn all the soup bread an anbutter ana anabutter n
butter that they the want The girl pupils pupilswiU pupilsin pupilswill
will in be taught to tfct the table and pre preimre prelAre prepare
pare the food 1
Pr Proof f < that Catarrhal CatarrhalDeafness CatarrhalDeafness
Deafness Can Be Cured
oetMUtonaM amwyanes aa4 as wMch willcky flntUrhr > flntUr lttftirh
hr y ttovatoiMd isms hH a serious Mri tlS trouble in ineatII my myears myears
ears recottiag in deafness deat wkh almosi almosicontinual ahneetoeattnual aHMt aHMtceiattliual
continual burning In ears eatw Denial Dlr1t Despsiirlag Despsiirlagtreat ring ringfrm
treat t receiving reeetla < < i benefit t or relief from the thephysicians UteI thepitydeasa
physicians I determined to try the UteOMEI ETS ETSOMBI H HOMEI >
OMEI which wl eb I had seen advertised I Iused IU Iused
used U Ied this very thoroughly for several severalweeks MYIw severalwPekswlth
weeks w wPekswlth with wlt moat gratifying Ufylnc results All Allinnammatioa AlliaaatiOn AllfaAasematioa
innammatioa soreness and buaslnfr huuI be helug belug
lug OJIerJl8Me with wk 1UI n entire restoration restorationof
of my 111 hearing and general benefit to toBanal toaDd tonasal
Banal and throat troubles I have nave no nohedtaney DOtaaey nohlafttascyy
hedtaney taaey in recommending this remedy remedyt
t Ut aU who are similarly IIIT afnlcted atftl ted with withcatarrhal witheaarrhal witheatarrhal
catarrhal troubles F C Vanaman VanamanBtngiwmton VanamanBbl VanamanBtnghamton
Btngiwmton Bbl aJAtoa N Y Marok iS mk llErhNo mkNo JIMNo
No stomach JItO nacb dosing with HYOMBI HYOMBIJust HYOJafI HYOJafIMIt I IJust
Just MIt breathe it thats tI all It is guaran guaranteed ruanmteed guaranteed ¬
teed by II Henry Evans James ODwneil ODwneiland ODoRnellna ODoaneiland
and na druggists everywhere to cure ca catarrh catarrb catarrh ¬
tarrh coughs eou < < lui colds acre e throat eroip eroipand ern ernand rp rpand
and asthma or money back backComplete badeComplete beckI
Complete outfit out t UOG 100 This consists coB 6llts of ofa ofa
I a bottle of HYOMEI a hard rul rubber ber vest vestpocket ve vestpocket t tpo
pocket po et inhaler and Instructions for vs vsExtra use useExtra
Extra bottles bottl of HYOMBI I If afterwards afterwar4eneeded afterwardsneeded terwanIneeded
needed cost but f8 0 CilIAte cenleT Mall orders ordersfilled onIenftlled ordersflied
filled charges prepaid by Booths Hy Hyomet Hyomet Hyomet
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t i M A Great Big Drop in in Prices on onONE onT onHart =
I Hart Shaffner a er Marx Clothing ClothingH t
I No No1MJtd n need ed to explain about the quality Hart Shaffner Marx Ian garmanta gar garImitated t
J = manta boW an enviable position in h the clothing world Their ay styles are areimitated areimitated
+ Imitated by tb the best custom cu tom tailors the world over They are at made of oCj ofT i
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Y a andl3o60 and > The finest = 5ou a U to li U suits you ever laid ejws on onE asSatnrda
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t are garments pr Knts in every way worthy to top a Hart Shaffner Shaffnersuit tMarx earn earnsuit f
+ suit Selling S lltoK regularly r lY for S 25 S t9 t 31 31Saturday a aSaturday =
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have us extract your old teeth teethFREE teethFREE teethFREE
FREE and go home at night ni t with wrHia <
a new set that fits your mouth mouthperfectly mou mouthperfectly h hperfectly
perfectly perfectlynyfcjen perfectlyMyPtde perfectlyhrPakrd
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in the prevailing shades of tan Last week we offered these gloves at this price for oneweek one oneweek oneweek
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English Cloth Hats in brown and gray at 300 300More 300More 300More
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days they went out faster than they came in We e have never had a more popular fail taliand failand falland
and winter shoe in the house Its an athletic boot that laughs at wet and stormy weather weatherPrice weatherPrice weatherPrice
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