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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WED5KSBAT, SAT 19, 18J7.
Subscription, $130 per aaaum if paid
o lTnc; $2.00 If not paid la adraaen.
transient adTertiaasnnta Inserted at 60
tents per Inch for eaoh Insertion.
Transient business not'oei In local col
umn, 10 enU per lino for each Insertion.
Deduction! will ba made to thaaa desiring
to ajlTertlaa by the year, half er quarter
God millinery, cheap, at Mr
Tue roof of the Court House is be-
Mra. Atkinson has gone to risit
friends in Ohio.
Mrs. Ickes' Millinery for children's
caps A fine oae for 25c. , 3t.
The peach orchards are fall of
young peaches in this county
Mrs. Harry McClellon was danger
ously ill on Sunday, but is better now.
The most of the cern is yet to be
planted. L&te, what will the harvest
Hypnotism & humbug, not htlf
as clever in its operations as spirit
G. B. M. Kepler is announced
among the Democracy for County
Mr. and airs Harry Kelly of Bares
borough are visiting her parents on
MrB. Grcninger wifa of Mr. Henry
Groningcr has been serionsly ill with
in the past week.
The prospacts for as abundant
crop of fruit and berries is uncom
Colonel Moorehead's phosphate
mine was visited by a number of
Pbiladblpbians lftt week.
; The Hisses Scholl of Millci sharp,
Danphin coucty, are visiting their
cousin Mies Marion Scholl.
James MeCaulsy had afoot severe
ly hurt by a rail falling: on it, while
in tho Presbyterian cemetery.
Mrs. B. F. Kepner was brought
very low from loss of blood by hem
orrhage of the nose last Friday.
Dr. Keady of Kea Marr College,
Maryland, spsat several days last
week with Mr. Rothrock in lewu.
. The General Askembly of the
Presbyterian cbnrcb, convenes to
morrow, May 20, at Warsaw, lai.
Mrs. E'um.i Cook of Hirrisburqf is
visiting her mother and Mrs. John
Ho' I )'oaugh, Jr , and other friends.
Iaajfj Etk is talking about resum
ing the work at mining for etone
coal tt or near Van Wert in the near
Harry Warner and rleiiu Browand
ceuLrLt one hundred aud eight eels
ob an outline in the river one niht
Bsivar Herald, May 13. Auker,
tbn nurb'e dealer from Mifflintowa,
delivered some work in this vicinity
There was a frost on Monday
morning the 17th a sotnetaing thf.t
dors not always come so late cs on
A Snyder county nerc'iant or two
got themselves int tha meshfis of the
law Isst week for selling oieomar
gariaa contrary to law.
Tho Mifflin Academy base ball team
played tho Mexico bnsa ball team on
Mciidav at Mexico. Score 25 to 4 in
favor of tho Aeademy team.
The annual meetinir of the Juniata
Valley Editorial Association, will be
beM at the Jacobs House m this
n'sfe, Friday morni&g. at 11 A. M.,
Occnsionallv the nniet of these
spric? ?ays is broken by the sharp
blaiSc? booms at the reservoir on
th ri?e north-west of the railroad
Tim laftem uncllfd for in the
Miffiinfown nost oflw on tlis 17th
ippt. . were for G?-. B. Vouht, Mr.
Hsrrv Hoors. C. II. Bowers, Miss
The Beavsr Springs Herald says:
A 'Vresn croods" man has benop
erRtirjr in Snvder county offering
to sT.ll fivo hundred of tho "stuff," for
The rain of last wef-k brought out
nf the rrannd a trood daal of the
corn that had been planted previous
to the rain. There is yet a good deal
of c'-trn to plant. ,
Mr. Wallizer. mother of Mrs
Georcro Bercer after a visit to her
daughter's family in this town, re
turned to her home in 8chuylkill
county ou Tuesday.
The Pomona Grange of Juniata
county, will meet, in Arch Rock
School house, Fermacflsh township,
on Thursday and Friday. May 27
and 28, at 10 20 A. M.
If Greece bad things to do over
he would attend more to ber own
i i ii ii,. r.: f tka
uum tJTHa luau fcu ,....
Cretans. It is a pood thing to at-
Five persons joined the Presbyter
ian church on Sunday: Mist Lottie
Hackenberger, Mrs. Came M-jnbsclc,
Miss Rebecca MusBelroan, Jessie Mc
CIllm Reynolds, Albert Heikes.
The streets and hichways are for
the peaceable pursuit of everyone,
and he who by deed or word offends
agoinst another on the street may be
punished under indictable effenses.
The clover bay crop in Juniata
county, will be larger tbis year than
in many seasons past The clover is
thickly set on the ground and the
frequent rains have given it consid
A Hollidaysbnre merchant named
Hutchison, was sentenced by the
Hollidsvsburc Court to 6 months in
"Jail, and to pay a fine of 950 for try
ing to hire a man to burn another
The Irish language is becoming
oxtiuct. It is said there are only 38,
000 Irish people living, who speak
only I rich, but there are six hundred
and forty-two thousand people in
Englnrd and Ireland, who speak
both English and Irish.
Tor Osborne Farm T i
Buckeye Corn Workers, grain drills',
iiQP",T,War P'P8 flttiMg?
call on F. W. Noble ir;;
Pa. A full line on hand for your in',
spection. " qi.
Prtea Talk at Mrs. Ickes'. Patter.
On, Pa. Stvliah Trim,!
- --j ...uujou tjBiiurs
ic; finest mohair, java and panamas
proportionately low; trimmed dress
hats 98c, upward. Largest assort
ment in the county. 3t.
tuhile on their way hom from the
Philadelphia Washington monument
jubilee, Andrew Banks, Esq., and
friend Charles Hollingsworth of
Greensburg, Pa , stopped over Sun
day to see Mr. Baaks' parents and
other relatives in town.
The Democrat ie brethren are
shouting: "Why don't the times get
better." They forget that the busi
ness of the county is working along
lines laid down by the Cleveland ad
ministration. Wait till the McKinley
administration changes the business
laws before you haloo.
Cathariue Mace, widow of John
Mace, late of Company H, 192nd
Regiment, Pa. Vol. Inft., residing at
Berrysburg, Dauphin Co., Pa , has
had her pension granted, rate $12
per month, dating back to March
31s, 1898, through the agency of
Wm. Fry, Mexico, Pa.
The late corn planting is the prom
ise ol a poor crop unless tue season
should be made to fit the late plant
ing. If the after part of t&e season
should prove to be unusually wet the
crop may do quite well. Ua the
other hand should tbe season prove
to be dry or moderately dry the crop
will ba poor.
The Turkish Government is be
ginning to ebow signs or laying
terms of its own instead of taking
the advice of the six nations. If
Turkey should develop tbe ability
that she displayed sevsral eecturiss
ago, she can dictate tfrms to Europe.
Who kDow3 what the future has in
s'ora for Turkey and Europe.
Abnsr Shirk vho has bson attsad
ing the musical college at Warren,
Ohio, is now home among his friends
in Fayette township. During the
present summer ha will conduct con
certs and teach bauds and music gen
erally for all who favor him with
their patrinaa. Ha will ba with
the Mifflinfown LanJ on Friday ev
ening. L3wistown Spntine!: We ore in
formed tbat the 1st Brethren church
people, comprising the district ex
tending from McAllistervilie in Jun
ia'a county to and including AU-oona,
will hold a camp-meeting som3timo
in th3 month of Jujy in Da'l's woods
about a mile e-ist of this town. The
members will dwell in tents. It is
expected that there will be from 30
to 33 tenters present from lh dis
trict. Bvy your hunting dog and hava
them acquainted before the bunting
soasDa opens I have the following
to offer, guaranteed thoroughly brok
ea on their garce and reliable. Fax
hound.4, rabbit hounds, beagles, set
ters and pointers; also some fine
Newfoundlands, spaDiels, colli-?, fox
and bull terriers; fancy poultry and
pigeons; Belgium and German hares:
priees low. J. Howabd Taixor.
An(j.27,ly. West Chester, Pa.
Tbit tired fueling that peoplecoia
plaia of, may come from hard work,
in which case rest and sleep removes
it. It my come from dissase in
which cns9 msdiciae may remove it.
It nny come from need of exercise,
in which case physical work or phvs
ical exercise will remove it. By stud
ying one's s&lf when tcy have a tir
ed feeling, a correct knowledge of
which of the three causes that pro
daces tho foaling may be o'otaiue-J.
We hereby tender thanks to n
number of friends who promptly re
mitted when bills were sent to them.
There are a cumber of others not as
prompt There is a different dispos
ition in different people, and those
tho do not respond immediately will
do so later. Come friends., don't
have us wait so long. Don't compel
us to send a second notice. The
Lord levsth a cheerful payer and that
love runs down into a printing office.
While the price of the
of the farm are distressingly low and
the burden of keeping up repairs and
taxes are heavy on the farmers, they
have comfortable homes aud horses
and carriages to drive with and an
abundance to eat, and ere among the
favored few, who have planty of work
to do, while tens of thousands of oth
er men have no work by which they
can secure wages to live on and sup
port otheis, who are dependent oa
When a Democratic brother over
loadsd with zeal for tho cauee of the
erring political brethren, denounces
the McKinley administration for not
making times better, kindly remind
him of the fct that - the McKinley
administration is still working along
the lines of Government laid down
by Congresiion&l enactutent by the
Cleveland administration, aad that
there cannot be a change till aftsr
Congress enacts laws iu accordance
with Republican ideas cf Govern
ment. When the Dsmcrats - de
nounce the bad times they denounce
the Cleveland administration, for it
passsd the National tariff laws now
Pleasant band music enlivened
the town on Tuesday. The occasion
was the release of J. R. Van Horn
and A. W. Kramer of Richfield, from
a twenty days' imprisonment in tbe
county jail under sntenca of Court
for a violation of tb law for the sale
of liquor. Richfield citizens came to
escort Messrs. Van Horn and Kram
er home. After partaking of dinner
at the Jacobs House, tha reception
committee oscorted their guests to
tho baroush, aud thou to ths strains
of lively band music the procession
started to Richfield where a cordial
reception was extended to them by
their friends. They also ssrenaded
the jail .
Americas Hercnanl Marino.
The American Protective Tariff
League, has just been issued in docu
ment form, the speech of SeDator
Elkins of West Virginia on the sub
ject of the American Merchant Ma
rine and Discriminating Duties.
This complete presentation of the
benefits of discriminating duties as
pledged by the Republican platform
should ba read by evarv vntr An
of our readers can obtain a copy for
wu cams, ask lor Document No.
44 and address W. F. Wakeman,
Gen'l Sec., 135 West 23rd St.. New
York.,;., - .
A Womas, Lilac, a Fight.
A womau and a lilao flower have
been the cause of trouble for a lot of
youag men in this town. It is not
the first time that a woman and a
flower have been the cause of trouble
among men. The war of the white
and red rose factions in England
famish many a theme for the finest
and fiercest and bloodiest of histori
cal romances. There is always more
or less romance about a flower and a
woman when the two .-iiso ui occa
sion in which a mn or two figure.
Two young women and two young
men. ana a lilao uower all coming to
gether on the river bridge on a re
cent Suaday evening about the time
people were on their way to attend
Christian Eadtt&vor service, became
the cause of a fighl. an arrest and a
lodgment in j iJ. A young man nam
ed Harry Haas, resident in this town
about four weeks, as baker for officer
Hackenber.jcr, imt O-car Shover, res
ident in Walker township and two
young woman on the river bridge on
Sacday evening. May 9, 1897. One
of the girls carried a bunch of flow
ers. Hass asked fur a flower and
was pressnted with a purple lilac.
The language of the purple lilac is,
"First Emotion of Love." Tha cyss
of the recipient of the posoy flashed
with delight and as tho other youog
man did net get a flower his eyes did
not flush tender emotions and hen
the young ladies walked away the
young men w?re soon in a bsliiger
aat attitude, slugging at each other
after the fashion cf Filzimtnocs and
Corbelt. Hiss knocked Shover out
and walked away ia possession of the
lilac. Bat all that fight was. mild
to the tight that again took place on
tha same bridge four evenings utter
wards. It was just after ths closa of
lbs Thnreday fcvening's commencc
raant exer'hes of the iliillintown
High Scbc o', when IIsa was coming
irom Diyt vcl tna river that he tvas
stoppeJ en the river bridge. Shover
and a number of other young msn
confton'.rd bim.- It looked like an
army tc him. It was fight or get
whipped, llasj squared himself on
the roadway of the bridge for the as
sault- The iirac round was net a
knock dDwc, but Shover staggered
against the bridge rails on the sou
side. There a clinch took place,
which was followed by a chagm
rusu across tlia tin age to tlie nortli
sitle rail waero Ma?s hn.d buorer so
high on tho rail, that it was fa.rsd
he would drop into tha rivsr. At
thai juncture ul affairs depuly bheriiT
Oscar Ua'.Uonn came on his wav Loina
from P&tUrson. Hu promptly inter
fered and stopped the fight. Uass
immediately mads information be
fore Justice J. Frank Patterson
charging Ocar Shover, Wm. Ryner,
C.lv:n Casner, Htrry Deen and Mart
in Greon with aggravated assault
aad battery Dee-n and Ryner and
Shover and Cr.snor wcrj arrested
ipo two latter gave ban ia tue sum
of tro hundred and fifty dollars
each for a hearing on Monday. D;cn
and Ivyner were not abla to secur.
baii and were sect to jail. Green
who is a colored vou'h gave leg bail
as soon as the trouble took a leal
form for sett!ment. Th3 of5crs of
the law were not able to find hira
The hearing on Monday focalizad
in a settlement in which the
ards were required, each,
a bond in the sum of two hundred
and fifty dollars to kssp the peac
Hrrodolus, tbo oldest profane his
;ry sava, that women were the
cause of the first troublea among
men. The Bible, the oldaat sacred
history says the e :me thing in a dif
ferent way. It tells how Eve, the
then new woman was uiade cut cf
a rib of Adam and how one day
when Adam was away she flirted
with another fellow and ho'.v t:o
flirtation brought trouble for us all.
i If women would just quit flirting
whet a timo there would be. There
ere people who declare that the high
er people ritie in the scale of civiliza
tion tha more they flirt. There are
other.", who dnny that and say that
the anlutortd savage and tho uned
ucated man and woman can flirt as
understanding in their way as well
as highly educated and civilized peo
ple. They flirt with their eyes antl
natural expressions of face which is
most effective. So it does'nt mak
much difference whether the wom ta
belongs to tho old woman or the new
woman, if she is disposed to do it,
she falls back on her natural flirta
tion ability, and if within reasonable
seeing distance will flirt. Some
women however will not flirt, L-ot-witbstandicg
the declaration of
g una mn that all women are liable
to flirtations. Walter Scolt Jeaidd
that all women are prone to flirt.
Ho blamed tbe men for beguiling the
vroruen into flirtatior.s, and Scott wa3
n man of kbniuat ob.-,ervatii u, but the
xvoiut-n nave not yet put up a monu
ment to hia memory, for bia good de
fense of them in hid writings. But
be it as it may; be it as Htrodotus
says; be it as the Bible says; ba it aa
Scott says, it is truo that a flirtation
in Patterson led to a rough and tum
ble fight between two women on a
street of that town about 9 o'clock,
P. M., recently. They belong to the
class of the new woman of this day
and generation. It is not long sine
that a street fight was considered au
exhibition and exercise of passion,
permisably on!y in men, and such
fights were not to the credit of the
men, but now that the new woman
has worked herself into all tho pur
suits of men in business, in the pul
pit, in the law, iu madicine, in cews
paper offices and on the farms, it is
no wonder that occasionally she takes
a "shy" at a street fight just as men
do. That is what two good looking
women did in Patterson the other
evening. It was about a flirtation
that the one charged the other with
having with certain men. Tha one
charged the other with having watch
ed her court her male admirer on .a
certain night. The one charged the
other with being too sweet with t
certain man. Someone declared that
they were both doing their best at a
flirtation with one and the same man,
and the one was getting the batter
of the other in the flirtation, and
that made the other jealous, and jeal
ousy led to talk against each other
until both were so worked up over
the case tbat when they met on the
pavement the other night they both
stopped and both began to talk at
one and the same time about their
trouble. It was 9 o'clock at night,
but still some people were about and
they heard the talk, and were spec
tators of the scene of one getting
raging angry and slapping the other
girl iu the face with her hand. The
girl that was slapped was not of the
kind, tbat if slapped on one cheek
tarns the other side to" be slapped
also, but she slapped back with a
crack that was heard a longdistance.
One slap after another, followed in
rapid succession, till at last one
reached for the other's hair. If the
men had long hair they would pull it
just as the women do. If the women
had been trained boxers, they would
not have pulled each other's hair.
They would have done as the men
do. Stood up to be knocked down.
The new woman has not yet taken
to pugilism, but sha'll be at tbat be
fore long, if the mat don t quit tbe
business. The women for the first
time that is known have a fall chance
to do" as the men do, and she is do
ing it.- When the Patterson women
got hold of each other's hsir, they
both had a good pull, and they pull
ed as hard as they could. This way
and thai way they swayed to and fro
across the pavement a moment, till
one tripped and that brought both
of them down, but that only intensi-
fied the fight. Eseh one tried to gat
on top. But one was a good deal
larger than toe otcer ana in spite oi
the weasel like movements of tue
siBP.l-or one, the biggsr girl would
again and again get her under. Ev
ery time the little one squirmed from
under her larger antagonist, tlie big
one would roli over her and try to
bump hr head ou the pavement.
They got in soma fine work at hair
puiling and slapping aid clawing,
but no blood was tued and their
dresses were not much torn. Neith
er of them bad a weapsn and they
could not hurt each other by pulling
hair aud clawing. Possibly they
weald have kept up tbe fight till ex
baus'cJ, but after tho male specta.
tors, who had come by and stopped,
had recovered from their astonish
ment sufficiently to r.adf-rstand that
it was cot the thing to do to let
tew women fight, they parted
helligerants, who pre-mieed to
each olber laler.
t'CH TOUR EYES.
These with defective eye siht,
will do well to consult J. H. Sweger,
a gradiiafo of Spencer's Optical Col
lego, c f Now York City, who will
give you the best service at tho low
est possible rates. Frames in gold
silver, nickle and stesl. No charge
for examining the eves.
Main Street, MifHitowD, Pa. 4w.
Cure for Sick Heatlaclis.
Thousands of ladies suffer from
sick headacho caused undcubte-lly
by disordered liver or stomachs. Tho
best remedy that can bo obtained for
thia distressing complaint is found in
Hood's Pills. These pills are so mild
and gentla in action, yet so thorough,
that they give perfect satisfaction.
Thay euro sick headache, jaundice,
sour stomach and all liver ills. They
break up co'ess aad fevers and pre
vent the rip.
Hamilton, Ontario, just now stems
to be the giiaen spot wuere hypnot.
ism flouishes meet'. There on the
11th dy of May Prof-;ss-or Ferris,
so bynr.oiised Fred Smith that he
oaid lie couid bury Smith in a coffin
three daye, and then resurrect him
alive and ail right. Tha Professor
put Smith under a spell, placed him
in a coffin and hurried him in a va-
caLt lot, with a ventilating shaft lead
ing into the cc-ilic. ierris promised
that Smith fchould remain under
ground fr.r three das.
At noon on the 12th persons at the
grave beard Smith crying: "For
God's sake, h-t me out cf here!" He
wa dug up. Tho Trofossor oxplain-
ed that Smith cad not been suflicient
Iy hypnetissd. TLe young man baid
his ao:iy when he found himstlf
buried was terrible. The
ties will interfere with any
at simihr exhibitions hero.
Gisgbich Rapf. On the 12th
inst-,byRev. John D. Shortess in
Patterson, James A. Gingerich and
Katie M. Rapp.
Kei'Ler Feolet. On the 15th
met., Dy iv-v. jonn if. wnortess in
Patterson, William J. Kepler and
Uei'nek Shellenberoer. On t!:o
15th inst., by Squire J. Frunk Pat
terson in Mifflintown, A. M. Hcpner
and Jennie a huellenberger, with
Esquires A. G. Scholl and E. E
Troxsll as witnesses.
MiTFLraTOWM May 19, 17
MiF? tINTOWK GRAIN MAKKKTS
.7..". '."..". S2.C0
..$1.20 a hnadred
"5c to 80c
0:-r: in car
F ax iced
II iddlings.... ......
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Philadelphia Markets, May 18,
1897. Wheat 87 to 89c; corn 29 to
31c; oots 26 to 27c; live- cbickscs 6
to 9c a lb; spring chickens 20 to 25 o
a piece; butter 11 to 20c; eggs 10 to
11c; apples $1.25 to $3 00 a barrel;
straw-berries at 5 to 13c a qaart, ac
cording to quality; old potatoes 25 to
28c a bushel; new potatoes per bar
rel $2 to $4 25; pears, ona-third bar
rel basket 50 to 75c; oucumbsrs 75o :
103 to 109 Bridge Street, Mifflintown, Pa.
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1881.
Special Invitation To The Puhlit
To attend the Attractive Sale
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It is truly marveletis to See
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Bis prices leave all Competitors in the rear, eo don't f 11
to give him a call it in need oi Clothing
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to $1.25 a byx; Pennsylvania leaf to
bacco fillers 10 to 14c; broad loaf
running lots 12 to 14e; Havana run
ning lots 10 to 15c; hay at $9 50 to
$14.50; East Liberty cattle at $2 to
$5.25; hogs at $2.85 to $3.80; sheep
at $2.80 to $4.40; lambs at $4 to $G.-
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Meo's Suitu, site 34 to 42; 200 men's foit, trown and gray mixed $3.76,
men s suits, rtticily all wi ol, ntat f atteto 4 75; men's all wool plaid snita,
5.00 aad 5 50; men's all wool plaida, better grade, 6.00 lo 8.00; men's still
fiser, 9 75, 10 00 aDd 12.00,'men'a elay woretede, 5.00, 6 50, 8 00, 10.00,12..
CO, 15.00 and 18.00, men's extra size tuite, 42 ineh to 46 inch, dark 6.00 ta
10.00; boy's snitt, Orrey mixed, 90c to 1.00; bjya' suit, neat patterna, 1.26
1.5?, 2.00, 2 50, 3 00; boys' all wool plaid suits, 3.50, 4.00, 4 50 aad 5.00
boya' light and dark plaids, fineat, 6.00. 6 50, 7.00, 8.0?, 9.00 and 10.00;
ebildren'a suite, nobby catterae. 60c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1 50; children' Reefer
suite, 1.00, 2,00, 3 00 and 3 75; children's double breasted all wool 1.50 to
O.t'O; children's Junior suits with or witlient vests z.u to 4.ou; uats caay,
50o, 75c, 1 00, 1.50, I 75, 2.00, 2.25, 2.75; otush bats 25o, 50c, 75c, 1.00,
1.25, 1 50, 1.75 and 2.C0; hate, all tho latest bloeka in stiff or soft Over 160
styles to select from; Trnnke, 2,00, 2 24, 2.50, 3,00, 4 00, 5,00, 6.00; va.
leiees, 35c, 50c, 75c, 1.C0, 1.50, 2.00, 3.00, 4.00; Teleecopes 50o, 76c, 1.00;
umbrellas, 50c, 75e, 1 CO, 1.25,. 1.50, 2.00, 3.50, 3.00, 4 ( 0; Men's Ruseot in
latest toe, 150, 2 25, 3.C0; men'a underwesr, 25o, 50e, 75o and $100, Per
oalo jhirt, 50 ctyles, 25c, 50o, 75c, 1.00; working shirt, 25c, 50c, 75o, and
1.00 for Sweet 0rr, Sweet Orrs Overalls, all s;zea 70o 75a and 80; Lateatr
style neck-wear, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50cts: collars, celluloid, linen and paper
2, 5. 10 end 15c; evil' celluloid, linen and psprr 5, 15, 25c; men's dres panta
loons, 1.50, 2., 2.50, 3., 3.50. 4 00, men's cikiDff psntaloone, COe, 76o, 1.00,
1.50; all th la'ttt in ccps 5, 10, 15, 20,25 and 50c; boa' pantalooB, 50o,
75c and 1 .00; boys' fino dress pantaloons 1.00 1.50, 2, 2.59, 300; knee pants
25, 50, 75cls and 1.G0; Boys' and children's shoes 25, 50 75c, 1.00, 1.50,
2.00 and 2.50. We advcrti?c cothirg but what we have. Call and see for
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