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?l »a Uj "U *1 J-l Si i'i •I ?J -. lill II101S WOITY IKCttft •vo.t. MOMttMMIWWCOmr Tut have aoit of journalistic curiosity down at Valley City. It Is the notorious Intellectaal pMb of the TlBMa-Beeord, a hyphenated la •urgent sheet that baa the reputation all over the slate of always readr and willing to pabltoh anything "for the good of the oaosa" without taking the least trouble to the truth of its reports. We ssfar to the Valley City curtostt* as "It" for the reason that tbs boob "Usr" Is a word that does ant dtotlngutob the sex of the one bearing It, aad worda qualifying and explaining It are necessary. The editor of ths Record became acquainted with this liar of the Valley City paper last winter at Bismarck. It bad bsen one of I loudest howlers during tbs campaign last year, and was noted for tbs sub lime cbeektnem with which It could go Into neighborhood and write- op correspondence containing statements for which there was not asdntllla of foundation. As an Insurgent It in for piece of tbs spoils when the democrats and asrtstsnt democrats oigsnlied the bouse and compelled a compromise in the senate. It given a posltloo aa clerk. It bad been a great pleader for economy, and It bad persistently roasted the system under which so many Incompe tent, lacy or otbsrwlss worthless clerks were appointed at legislative sessions, simply ss a reward for political work. The honesty sdB consistency of It were st onos shown when It grabbed at the position and then did not a single stroke of work In exchange for the salary It received, beating the •late out of several hundred dollars, for which absolutely not a cent of consideration was given. Among number of steels of this kind the steel of It was ths most notorious and the moet talked about. As the session proceeded the fsct became established through perusal of It's correspond* encethat Itwsstbe moet accomplished Iter tbst had ever wielded a pen dor log a session of the legislature. Thate bad been others who would flavor most luppenlnge In ths Interest of their friends. But here was a personal and political mtacsrrlage tbst required eb solutely no foundation on which to rear a story. As a result, not only the straight-out republicans of the senate and home, but many of tbe felr mtnded men of tbe Insurgent fsctloo, cordislly desplssd It» and paid no at* tentlon to what It ssld In It's corre spondence to the Journal printed In Grand Forks by tbs state-printing tblef and to tbe paper In VsllsyClty published by the man that tried to swindle Ssnstor HanSbrough out of his paper at Devils Lake. Tbe editor of tbe Record, having a sort of con stitutional disposition*) feel kindly toward tbe under cur, had an occa sional good word for It, although we soon learned after we got acquainted with It that It waa the most arrant political trnave and all-around hypo crite that we, In a long life, had ever met. But, as the nsme of It hss not yet been given, we now give It. It Is Packard. The man—or thing, rather —that bears It Is tbe degenerate nepliew of a worthy uncle who hss long resided In Morton county. This Valley City Packard Is seldom celled by It's patronymic, being ususlly re ferred to by those who know It ss "peewee" or "pismire." Well, a couple o( weeks ago, then] wss a great commotion over at Man dan. A grand jury wu called. They, In sympathy with an almoet unanimous public opinion, fslled to Indict a number of alleged blind-ptggers or ex blind-piggers. The writer hss been Informed that, of tlie men they were asked to Indict, a number had been assured of Immunity If they would go out or the business, and had done so. But tbe action of the flrst grand jury was not satisfsctory to Judge Burke, who bad been called in by Judge Winchester to sit in bis steed. Judge Burke then celled a second Kl"d least two men who bad been friendly to a wide-open policy ss long as thsy were on top in tbe politics of Morton county. For yesrs tbey had been struggling to get Into power agslo In tlie county. In Morton, as In moat of the counties of the atato, the Insur gent leadership la comptwed princi pally or those who have been Isld on tlie shelf politically after a lengthy turn—by appointment or election—at he official flesh-pots.. If these own and the other memtaem of the grand jury had gone about their legitimate business of indicting tbs plggeia, all would hsve been well. The editor of tlie Becord has no sympathy with the present saloon-keeper ctase ae would obUin llososes under each qattn. Willi a faw tiwyoai, Umr ten BO regard wbstevsr tot lb* wsl Ikn of.tbslr hard-drinking cuitomsrs, tad will tell to tueh castoaMraas long •a produce a Hot poessmlng licence that mj be revoked bjr the authorities, tbs iw men—bs Is liaise to mske mistakes. But he hss never at any time failed In bis duty under tbe prohibition lew wbsn cases under that tyrannical stat ute were brought before him. With a big district ovsr wbich be hss bsen kept constantly moving, he could hardly be expected, like Andy Miller, to act as a blind-pig spotter. Unlike some Judgee ln the state. Judge Win- ^^Ycheer for Jeff Dsvto Chester is teetotaler, and always has been. He bas not msde It bis custom, when going to a The editor of the Becord knows tbe power thst pertains to Judges. Presl- ,jury|dsnt Roosevelt, la his recent message, wss not drawn by lot it wss select-1 uii, attention to abuses by the Judic Mi„.i.TK...t"T,Bb?!!I,t00Urcer*W'y the mstter of injunctions, tain and positive knowledge, were at Aod they bave tbe ume oontemDt,. ysar. a poWer late. Tbs bitter srtidss regardingtbe Mindia Incident pabllabed bp the If llag ear who edits the Valley Oily [TinBecord ihtwi-U that sheet •tall representsBarnes eoaatiW lloa thai Missouri Slope clttoens of a crlaae which, however tonleatlv It nay beooosldered at age illegal dealer has llUle inoentlve home, Is tbe crlase of all crlssee In to bs careful as to whom he sells. He I ValleyClty, would stand less show of does not favorably compare with tbe I acquittal there than would tbe pro- oM-tlsw licensed dealer of territorial dais. But te baa a right to be con sidered ioBooent until proven guilty. Even a murderer has that right. Bat Mart, in his newspaper, has tried, verbis] snow-ball of retaining Its oris* llnalproportions inhadss. When thai article regarding the Mandan trouble waa published In the Becord It was I Tbe "eelected"Moftoa county grand Jury could aot have provoked our pnbllsbsd ae an expression of oar bon- found guilty and eentenced tbe Mor-lest belief. Tbst belief bee not changed too county sssn. And the worst of it In tbe least. Tbe article oonld not bare bad an Influenoe upoo any unit [of the court asachinery, as above all la that Packard, In hie newspaper, mss to be close to Judge Burke. sympathy for the indicted hsd such tblef will hardly sssums that tbs grand Jury been drawn by lot, and bad I members of that body can be lnflu It acted In a fSir and impartial sub- I eoced In matter of lew or equity by and bad it roaated ooly tbaee|tbebellefSof a oooatry editor. whom It was Juetlfled In roasting. lives will sgmln til It. He^is like other I to Whenever Judge Burke contempt. Whenever Judge wants the.writer of this srticle to show up In Valley City, It Isn't neces sary for thst oMdsl to send Sheriff Winkler or sny one else after him. Let the Judge point bis judicial gun| In this direction, snd we will—like Davy Crockett's coon—"come down. We will admit that lying in jail would be an uncomfortable and disagree able atunt but we would rather that bill awhile titan, fill like Packard, be lying, outside of jail, year after Contempt of court by a newspaper, tit Is generally understood, consists In publishing an whole. though morally tbey are not a whit Iduring a trial by a petit juryor aiTin worse than the men—judges or lsyi —who patrontop tbsm. A saloon cannot vlolste tbs prohibition law without purcbsssr. Not one In of them to In fsvmr of a llcsnss system ss sgalnst tbs no lioense system ot prohibition. Wben the writer'sCounty- article or articles qulsitton by a grand jury calculated to bias such jurors in the discharge of tbslr duty. In this Mandan matter the aod, so far aa the grand jury is hsd been resched. The in hsd been found and Judge Wlnehsster, the Mandan newspapers option bill waa under consideration bpI aad tbe county officers duly abused the legislature In 1905, we ware told land a change of venue granted to bir two alleged piggers in Bissssrckl Barnes oounty, where public opinion that they preferred the then prsssnt I tooppossd to tbe Missouri Slope, both conditions Mist they could not afford loo account of tbe tatter's loyalty to to pay a stiff liosasr, aad tbst thsy (straight republicanism and its un knew that they srese not tbe hmb wbolfriendllnsas to the prohibition *tat- When It was pubilehed the mstter was up to the suprsms court. And even the Valley City clerk-salary Furthermoi*. evan had the Becord But they went much farther. They jutfcle been printed while tbe turned looee on most of the county of-1 ponding, It could not have lnflu fleets. Tbsysttacked tbe newspapetalMioed tbe grand Jury, ss they are not for their sins of omlmlon and commls-1 gabscrlbsrs to tbe paper, slon. And then they ended their dirty I ecreed by virulently attacking Judge in oonclusioo we will say that there ?*£bave been men before now-and there elected and reflected to tbe district Judgeship—who hss filled tbe position for eeventeen yean, and who if he will be men hereafter—who sic willing to take risks in denouncing what tbey believe to be an outrsgeous attack upoo rjghtsof The writer of this article can her when, in a Missouri country town, I In 1861, his father was knocked on tbe bead with a club by the leader of a rebel mob bees use be wouldn't cheer for Jeff Davis. But, I although to save his life bej wss compelled to cross tbe Missouri river loto Kansas, between two days, county seat to bold I You may lead a horse to water but court, to set his personal friends at I you cannot make blm drink. Exist work to procure beer for blm from tbe |ence In Jail would ha a bad thing, tru blind-piggers tbst bs msy possibly pun-1 ly snd existence In the same town] Ish for selling such beer. He is an old I thst the lying scoundrel Paekarddls msn, and sn old soldier with a good graces would be worse. But theed record in the civil war. He is cour-1 Itor of the Becord still believes thst teous and kind to all. If contempt I the sbuse by tits Morton oounty grand has been shown by snybody. it liu Jury directed at Judge Wlncheater-a been shown by tbe men who at-1 ®an who by tbe personal example of a tempted to beemtrch Judge Winchester! lifetime hss stood for temperance— ij lnfluwiclng tbe grand Jury to I wss an outrage thst should bave W maliciously attack blm, simply be* I promptly rebuked by Judge Burke, cause be bsd been repeatedly choeen And we are ready and willing to abide to his position by true-blue republl-1 by sny possible consequences of such] cane and not by former populists pas-1 belief. If this bs contempt or lese I tug ss Insurgents. majestic, make the most of it. The Becord commented strongly on I WM Use Now the action of thoae who were respon- Tbe following notice of new forms siblefor tbe outrageous snd un-Amer- for applications and proofs has Just lean action over In Morton county, I been Issued by Commissioner Ballln and It has no reason to cbsnge Its] gw, of the general Isndofllee: opinion as expreseed two weeks ago. ew fonqs of sppllaatlon Car. home* The srticle wss written without any I stead entry, soldlsrs' additional home desire to disparage Judge Burke In I stesd en try, deeert lsnd entry, snd for any way, as a Judge. But we believed then that hla methods were entirely too strenuous, and we believe so now. At this stage of the proceedings tbe lying skunk tbst disgraces Journalism dowa at Valley City comes into view. During the psst ten dsys he hss been publishing paragraphs in his paper, and sending dispatches to other news pspsrs, to the effect that Bdltor Speer of Msndsn snd Editor Streeter of Linton hsd been called up by Judge Burke over tbe 'phone, that they bad been written to, etc., snd told thst thsy would bs put In Jail for con tempt snd sll sorts of horrible things. Now, if Packard, the Monumental Liar, had not been in Judge Burke'a Immediate neighborhood, there might have been some excuse for his lying. But he could hsve easily ascertained the facts from the fudge. And the leading fsct Is tbst there Is absolutely not one word of truth In Packard's ss sertions. So far ss the editor of the Becord is concerned, neither a letter nor a 'phone messsge hss been te celved by the writer from Judge Burke. It wss slso reported from Vsl ley City thst the Jndge hsd sent Sher iff Winkler out to the Slope after the 'contemptuous" or "contemptible" editors—whichever msy be the point of vlsw—snd tbst they would soon be In the "body of the Jail" at Valley City. ttlaiber/or stilts sworn statements, timbsr or tone final proofs, and year ly proofs In ctosert land cases, have been adopted, and on and after March 1,1906, no entries will be sllowed in the esses above mentioned unless ok ecuted upon the new odtoisl fornas, or I lw upom forms which are exactduplieatee1°* arrange ment and size. Each of said forma Is' THE SMALLEST SCREWS. To ths Naked Bye They Look Like 8peeks of Oust The smallest screws in the world ere those made iu watch factories. Tbejr are cut from steel wire* by a machine, but as the chlpa fall from the knife It looks as If the. operator waa simply cutting up the wire for his own dl vernlon. One thing is certain—no screws can be seen, and yet a screw to made by every third, operation. The fourth Jewel wheel screw Is next to invisible, to the naked eye re aembling a speck of dust. With a gtoas, he .vever, it can be made out quite distinctly. It has 200 threada to an inch. These little screwa an four one-tbouaandth of an Inch in dl eter, and the heads are doable in etoe. It hae been estimsted tbst an ordinary thimble would bold 100,000 of them. About 1,000,000 of them an manu factund in tbe course of a month, bat no attempt to ever made to count them. In determining tbe number 100 of them are placed on a very delicate balance and the number of the whole quantity calculated from tbe weight eC these. All the email parte of tbe watch an counted fat tbte way, prob ably 00 out of tbe 130. Wben tbey have-been cat the ecivws an hardened and pat into~trasses, about 100 to tbe frame, heads upi to done very rapidly, bat -entirely by the eense of touch instead of by eight, eo that a blind man witb a little ex pertonce could perform the task. The next step In the proceaa is to .polish tbe heads In an automatic m» :hlne, 10^)00 at a time. The plate en whlcb this to dons to covend with oil snd grinding compound, and en thle the machine movee them very rapidly by a nveralng motion until they an In perfect condition.—Chicago Record Herald. The Drama ef Uewdsn'S Pop. Then to a whole World of drama bound up in tbe chronicles of London's tog. This misty and mysterious vis itant. far oliMr than Gog or Magog, which utied to vUlt the watches of the ulslit when the metropolis barely lifted itself out of the stirroundlug marabes, has a fund of coined)- as well as trng e»l.v. Couiittesa murders have been committed nuder Ita ahelterlng cloak, u,t'" a|"l *&:£ s«r women have beeu waylaid. chlMrcn have beeu torn from their mothers ami wives from their bus bands. but ou the other hand then an a few Incidents of a less harrowing character.—Strand GORStCMI CUSTOMS. ap moet ef tbe fsmBy sa as the hsat of the rllsmts readme horlel Imperative within tweaty-foor bean the new gown is geai rally con directly the dylag psteea'S ID a serious form. Contcana reverenee the dead, aad a feeture la a faaml Is ths Impnstoa It Is to lmproviae proee poetry to the ere. Oftea thle totprovtoftag le dsgfttity beaetifel and brtstbes tree feeling ef sorrow The "death hasten" and afterward wreath with the If relative of the the better la the cembet It le that hie affection for the departed rel ative wee absolutely genuine. When tbe cerpee leevee the honee gather at an upper window aad, tearlag eat hendfula of their hair. It on the ceMn. The rich hire who scratch their fhcee and ate paid in proportion to the InJnrlee they Indict on theinoeivee la their paroxyaase of grief. A Cocelcan widow wean a atrip ef Mack asstsrisl tied on her eyee for a week, and daring that period ehe to fled aad led aboat by her Meade. No la her honee to. cleaned and no In lighted for the eeme period. In the cemetoriSo to a succession ef little buildings with fiat high openings. Tbeoe ate the tombe, American eittasna. I and inside then are rich hanglnga, flowers, poetry aad lamps, which the •Hwmere place there In remembrance ef the departed. Quaint Market Cnetem.: There exists at Totnea market a ena mm which la believed to be without parallel In the hlatory of marketa. A dealer chalks up the price be glvee ether dealen Wat,S psri lihaa thereof, both ss to wording, arrange-1SS'iBTsSr vStfiS will baianad ever to tha ikerltfct eollao a combination of the asveral forms I ^on^SSTi.'tMia aeaaitref pares«t .adSel to all uitMsir walsstau MdBflUAfltofenDCTljr iwMkk cent attaches to Salta «awa litiisal nseot 1 per coenty aadltoroa.tba fat TsasSar laPs oaatbar. amTBsal aetata seld at puGlle tas sale aublect to nSeatpUcn wtthta three TBBaaisasffis--»»*. •».« sarpesss, aad the amoanta tertad for each spedSeparpoee 8t a. Totals. Bate. S" ott bounty.. mm nssa «7T«S •osa poll School-District JtatSiffT........ as misis •»5S uSS £M 'UllaaHpori* kernrurove. «Tl MS IS •r. Village of Ltatoo.. Grata tax Total levy This TWjacetsrtSt af fVvwYoar Lanl Xotlce is henhp given that paul NAomnmh for batter snd eggs on stsll, snd all ths pey the same. This sys tem hss gone on, and surprisingly littls friction bas resulted. 8ome time age aa attempt was made to break dowa tbe custom and Induce producers to stsml In tbe market and make tbe beet price they could. It was, however, abort lived, and the old system waa re verted to.—St. James' Gaiette. A Jokar. The Congressman (sternly)—Yon aeem to fot-get. ir.adam. that there to such a word as "obey" hi a marriage contract flte Congressman's Wife—Is there? tVhy, isn't It funny bow Jokera do jreep Into things?—Puck. Caste to my plaoe, twelve mllee northwest of lintoo, near Wlnchea ter_poatoOce1jon tbe K. W.iof See. 2A Twp. 133, Bge. 78, a red boll calf, with wnlts spate tall ont off. Owner will pi sees call, prove property, pay cbanee and take the anlBtsiaway. [•declS-M] Gbo.8kbb,8b Scats Winchester, N.D. TAIMTICEF0RTKAI1W. or Monin Dakota, comrwmasst Cooan Taaasrnsa's Omca. ^JoMea la eeiiaotton tf_ umior taa ^ntr SS97. smism SIS S.S 111 «S All tama an payable at «he eoaa»tn taw coart-hease, hiXlw jOTfJs Datsd this SM day ef Moveather. ttST. Uatoa, MOrth Dakota. A (Vaiaty O.A. HjEBOLZ, Trsaaunr. at tha a»toloIvad 'ctocfe p. Bjijwr wUI miliN to ndthstasM greet will be aili baton P. BOM— tt» Mlonlag witnesses to pnw MeeanMneMsniManM upon awlcalttva- Ea WMfir.ot x. B.jrau.1 Notlss Of DWi Lsse omca a* D* Notlee la henhy given that CAM. A. BLWBSS, OfMarie.N.D.. hasSIeS aouoe hie la-1 to Mln maillM SmIofpcoof la of hie data, that aaM proof will CgavtaeB. Oariey, JaSpeaai tSsssnm^JBssstti Ha tk« Mlo*li| wttMSSMto htoeoattenoeefealMaea upon tton ot the tana, via.: prov* eilealUva- Ba* H|Wn, ot Os*. N. O. imn AnSanon. otOmo. 9. D. vS^rlUle,1!) a. H. nwnx. Battelar. Nidea OSL LAraomca at or un Imm. assrsff®7} Motlee Ishentv gtvea that john w. raira. Of Uatoa. N. D^ haa Sled nettse St Ma lateatlsa to' mahseeanntatloaflaal proer a SSppoet o( hla ClalHk els.: \P Aad that said proof wtll he audebelgnU A. Weathertar, ualtcd states eondsnoae^. at Uaten, ITD., $ oaJaaaafy SI. MS. He aasiin thefolltpwiag wltnsssnto aeove Macoat^aaoasraslOsaca upon aad eaitlva- mmm. M. H. Mint. Isglatse. NaMsa af Dvuiaanwrn Ii Un orsna Ianaioa,) ssssw.0-! Omca aiMIim Rotlea Is henhy given tl BMOBBBR PBDBBSON, Of Hsgae H. p., has lleS aotica of hta ta-1 teatloa to aiahe ooaiaiatattoa Saal pcoof la sapport of his claiai, vit. HoawtiaflJtaUf teaUMoil st,TwpTnsif.,: Aad that said .is w.or Moot jHll ha A. wsathsrhf. Paltsa States at Llatoa, M. D.a oa Jaaaary Wt,! HsaasMatha (oUpwlagwitaasssa to psora I l^ct^^w^Mhm apon aad calUva-1 .n-a D. a, oC 8aiae,lf. D. M. H. JBWKLL. Badatar. Notice of Notice is hsraby glvaa that ZTAWKBNCB HASTBU Of Strasbarg. N. D., has Sled uMieaof hisl atsattaa to aislre watsttoa flaal proof I nsappoct of hiaclalafcvts. Ho 1 that aUd piMf wiui cwjaili.oigay.jady ic ooviiy oMfi oi. ., at Llatoa,N. on Jaaaaty He names ths ftUowlac iritnsssspto amna.8^ Holaer, of Straahatg, N. D. M. H.fBWBU», Bsgli npftrs of Dbpabvubs*ovsps O. Iavsnnn,| Notice harahr given that OHABLBS A. UOSTINO, Of StnMbarg, N. D., has atod nettce of hto lataatton to.aiake etmaiatatkta Saal proof I a sapport of Ids cialsa, vis. Hoswstead Batry Mo. see, made Hovemher I or, at Uatoa, n. D.,enJaai •aary ,He namss ths Isttpwlag wttnssssa to prove I Js eoaUaaoas.rsrt2enoa upon and caitl ra tten ef the land, Us. of «v N. O. M. H. JBWBItL. Uaglster. auaia. ws a» mmm g^^a WWW flWllw IW rlvNl DvAmnn oven Innia LA"omus£efsSPk Nottoe Is henhy glna that ION ATS 13.4 ll.« 11.1 U. 11.1 IS.S IS.S IS sia M.« S.T MSB S.S 7. IS.S "v S.S 18.4 iSm MM St OBOSZ, Of Wlaoaa. N.D., has Sled notlee of his la tea tloa to make Bve-yeae Seal proof la sappoet of his claiai, vis.: Aad .that aald pnof will he ande baft Charles fe. Car by. iadge_ aad o« sik„ He asmss the tallowlag wttasssss tepeova KBSSffiK-- «.S s. SI.S M. H. JBWBtiL, Baa later. Notice of Ryo-Vaar Dapanvmae or «na lari U»»OfwogQ»|«Mssr Notlee Is harehf glvaa thst KABL BAOHMBIBB. Of Stnsharg, N. D-has Sled aottee of his lataatloa to taaka Sve-yaar Saal pcoof a support of his data, vla.i Hoaaestead Batry. No. 1ISB. it. jnJaaaawS.HSSrttisw bMa lovlmieMOovasv SwaiaoPora sKsV.tr8m,madeApHI kaiBODi ooaatr. N. D.. at Uatoa. tfTl).« iaauary IS, ws. He aaaies tha follo.vl'ag wltacasea to pro poaaadeaiuv Ms coaUaaoas tloaof thalaad. vis: SSSi Stavb M. H. JBWBLU Befftster. op Oeaaty Siaeitav. '•^USkSessesS! of Pnaa Karl ^UgjMloa oa the Sth Nonrn Hmwm. court or Bnxons, f"1 •oos Ooiuity. danidaati The State of North fiakota to tha abava aasisS Ssfsndaat: an hereby samwaed to.aaswar the I latat la the ahsvs satltlsd acMoa. oil baeoaylahenaatoaaaaaadaadhan-l ssrvedaa of.yoaraaswrrtpl satMeribar at Us epaatjr aad atata. paaatoaaaMaaaaa 3u&ri£ tsrtseaersit of yoar fatten te tha nl it, wues la on sis rlalatlVs Attoraey, Llatoa WOLFER'S GENERAL STORE 1 A SAFK PLAOC TO TRADC. We Carry at All Times a Complete line of Dry Goods, Gents' Fur nMilng Qoodi, Clothing, Cloaks, Caps, Mtttens, Gloves, Etc. Etc. SHOES We csrry a complete Uneof Smith ft Wallace Shoes and Over Shoes," Woolen 8boas, Legglna, Etc. HABDWARE We carry a oompiste line of Unlverssl Heating stoves, Cook Stoves, Gnas, aadevarytblng nsuslly found In a strictly up-to-date OCHKBAL 8TOBB. v. QBOOEBIES We slsrayacarry an ample aupply fresh, Give us a trial aad see If the price and quality LINTON, N. D. 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Also, de sfewMfr Ranehss. Prices from $8 to $25 per,, acre Oive U» emUbefme -pern purchase. Land shown free of ekarge, whether or not you buy Apply ta It. Oa Haaaaaa, Uatoa, N. D. §j M: W W clean and up-to-date. don't please you. WOLFER Ob North Dakota IEICS FURNISHINGS Neckwear, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts,Gloves and Mittens, Duck Goats, sheep snd blanket Lined* 8hoes aad Overshoes, Fur and Cloth Caps.