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X Gandette. Boston, Mass.
"Wilch. Port Laramie. Wyo.
fc. H. Bartlett, Holmesbnrg. Pa.
Robert Carlson. Sheffield, Pa.
B. Christian, Elgin. Texas.
C.- Defrees, Ackerland, Kans.
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Edward F. McCormack, New York; If.
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Thomas Joseph MaVme. Milwaukee.
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Ernest X Olauder, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Meyer Perkel, New York, N. Y.
Boy X Pollack, Chicago, HL
Grant WHliain Rodgers, Wahmt Bend,
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Clytton P. Shaw, Plymouth, Mass.
Gay B. Smith, London, Ohio,
Bugler Charles E- Sellers, Des Moines,
Iowa.
Musician Charles Morton Farris,
Plattabirrg, N. Y.
Mechanics?
Owen W. Barr, East Monroe, Ohio.
Raymond England. Nanticoke, PaRobert
E. Everett. Brooklyn, N. YV
Cooks?
Frank E. Hold en, Kansas City, Mo.
Tom Marcos, St. Louis, Mo.
Privates?
Samuel E_ Abelov, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Joe Adams, Lebanon, Pa.
Edwrad Alft. Grand Rapids, Wis.
Albert A. An tie, Irene, Ky.
Barton M- Baker, Fort Bodge, Iowa.
Gustavo A. Bangert, Wood River, 111.
Adam Barbieri, Lowellville, Ohio.
Roy Victor Barrington, Akron, Iowa.
Stanley Bartozek, Ka11i87!, Vartara,
Russia.
Thomas J. Bates, Brooklyn. N. Y.
J. Milton Allen, Almond, N. Y.
.Samuel Anunzze, Lynhurst, X. J.
Eugene Raptiste, Malisble Foundry
Co., Hammond, Ind.
Robert Bascom* New York, N. Y.
George Burton Bass, Setersbnrg, W.
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Henry Bender, Nanty CIo, Pa.
Earl Bertram Bernard!, Baltimore,
Md.
George L. Bonck, Hood River, OregonDavid
Bowman, Waidons. Creek, Ky,
Edward Brinkmier, Hannibal, Ho.
Emery W. Brlsbin, Sentinel Butte, N.
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E. Brown. Lancaster. Ohio.
Mose A. Brown, Houlka, Miss.
Albert F. Bruce, New York, N. Y.
James W- Bruce, Oakley, Kansas.
Raymond G. Buckley, East Grand
Forks, Minn.
Titus J. Butler, Gamas, Wash.
Michael J. Cavanaugh, Pawtucket,
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Lerov E. Codding, Westfield. Mass.
Scott W. Curttright, Rockwell City,
Iowa.
Eben Do an. Bellingham. "Wash. *
Robert J. Dorm an, Oskaloosa,. Iowa.
Robert H. Erickson, Chicago, 111.
Dewey Ethridge. Hendrickson. Mo.
Caleb W. Feeback, Millersburg, Ky.
Herman J. Flint. Williamsport. Ind.
Thomas Fostvedt, Red Lodge, Mont.
Junius B. Fowles, Los Angeles. Cal
Gaetaeno Frankley, Detroit, Mich.
John H. Frishett. Crystal Valley. Mich.
Julius Otto Froehde. Chicago. HI.
Lynn Garrett, Sissonville. W. Va.
Edward J. Haarer, Bay City, Mich.
John R. Hege, Winston-Salem, N. C.
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Joseph MaJone, Milwaukee,
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William E. Moore, Equality, m.
George A. Murray. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Manuel Playa, S. San Francisco. CaL
GnsS Peery, North Tazewell. Va.
Arthur Peterson. Vandalia. Mont.
Martin L. Peterson. Escalon, CaL
Andrew PblkkL Humboldt. Mich.
Harold Francis Qoinn, Philadelphia,
Pa. \
William F. Raymond, San Francisco,
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Albert Reagan. Berkley. Mass.
Robert Rudnick. Manning. Iowa.
Walker B. Samuels, Warrensvflle,
S. C.
George A. Sdhnmaker, Pittsburgh. Pa.
Robert Anderson Searcy, Carroll ton.
Ky.
Frank Edward Slggins. Cody. Wyo.
John L. Skeeter, Eagle Lake. Texas.
John P. Skinner, Conway. Ark.
Arthur B. Staedtler, Steele, N. D.
David G .Stegman, Horton, Kans. i
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Eugene V. SnaccI, San Francisco. CaL
Earl M. Thomas. Flint. Mich.
Frank J. Toms hack. Peru. HI.
Charles H. Tranb. Wilmington. Cal.
William H. Troyer. White Hall. Md.
Edward J. Turner, Lake Mils. Iowa.
Harry A. Van Scoter. Canaseraga, N.
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Ettove VenarucC!, Glen Lyon, Pa.
Carl O. Vinje. East. Kalis pell, Mont.
Willianr H. Warden,Sherman, N. T.
Ambme B. Watford, Slocumb. Ala.
Elmer Weldner, Reading; Pa.
James W. Wilby, Philadelphia. Pa.
Joseph R. Wilmeth. Ramer, Tenn.
John R. Windsor. Nottingham, Md.
Edd Wood. Hartsburg, Md.
Robert Lee Young. Spartanburg. S. C.
JohnE. Carney, Plainfield. N. J.
Lawrence Emery Crampton, High
Bridge, N. J.
Alrin/McPeak, Sparta, Wis.
Beaugnan MalonfsSi. Shenandoah, Pa.
Tony Marchese. Gibellina, taly.
Nicotra Michael!. Erie, Pa.
Alessandro Reval. Come. Pellica. Italy
Dominano. Sassi. Vineland. N. J.
Walter Christopher Siglow, Romeo,
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Peter J. Simon, Chicago, HI.
Max Stein, Jersey City, N. J.
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33 Water St, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Mntlir X. Kenny. BmHUtL J.
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52.50 Aluminum (4 gA
Rice Boilers ?vI*U5f
1% Qt-. IS gauge, pure aluminum.
alum. Covers, strong riveted
handles on hoth parts, large
water capacity In bottom part
with coupon. $1.69. (V)
69c White Enamel JQ.
Wash Basins ....
12% Inch diameter white and
white triple-coated enameled wash
basins, deep import shape, eyelets
lor hanging, with coupon 48c. (V)
$2.00 Women's ^#1 CA
Union Snits .^ vV
Bleached fine quality cotton yarn,
lxl rib. brushed fleecing finished
neck and' front with mercerized
one hi eh neck and long sleeves.
II sizes 34 to 44, with coupon, suit
31-50. (V)
50c Cotton floor Qfl.
Mops <
14 ounce white cotton strand,
cut ends heavy bound head, 48
inch smooth handle, with coupon
| 39c. (V)
15c School 1A.
Cases *"?
12x8% heavy cloth covered card
board, leather handle, metal catch
with coupon 10c. (V)
20c House of 1JJ.
Lords Tea ..........?3C
% lb. sizes paper packages of
the famous House Lords Tea, with
coupon 15 c. (V)
25c Cotton 1Aa
Bats
One lb. sizes snow white cotton
rolls, opens 36x84, with coupon 19c.
(V)
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50c Women's Knit 4Aa
Petticoats 05FG
Knit of white cotton yarn, close
ribbed pattern shaped waist with
drawing string, crocheted bottom,
with coupon 39c. (V)
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$3.00 Cotton ?4 rg|
Blankets .
60x76 excellent quality, "well
made soft napping:, pink or blue
border, shell stitched, finished ends
-with coupon pair $2.50. (V)
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Ished wood clothes plus, with cou- I I
4SxS6 reversible tapestry couch J
covers, good quality, heavy yarns, I
broad fancy striped of rod,-green. A
brown and yellow, hemmed ends^^^^H
with coupon 51.85. 5 I
corduroy, good lining, military 1K&I
sizes 8 to 17, with coupon $&95. (VVj
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35c Outing^ 29C II
with coupon.^yard gcT^^'^^gg
I ounce size rODs, (DO^JjfeU
I 18x36 good irolfty -l)i3
linhuck towel0, sett color stfl
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coupon, 2 tor 55c. ->^^3
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