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t:: orGou daily journal, Portland, Friday evsniho, January, h.
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-.'Justice Setoii of th Mat aid JusUoe
eeurt district. A. Wills and D, TK
Hurlburt, freeholders, drew these) jury-
-,imn to serve curing th coming year;
r , U. H. Adams. Juum Lun, ; r. Wldt.
J. T. Chinook,, T. W. Thompson. F. W
, , , Torgler, W. T. B. Hicholson, Ferry
, .Magnes. Ablo. Watt. IT, Q, Urfar. H, C.
' Wrla-ht. Hiuh MaArthnr. DuM W
i t Pordewlck, a. A. KaddM-ly, Albert KUIn.
- F. R. . Jfeele Peter BchmMr, ..Charles
Vernau. A. W. Curry. It Bauraer. Charles
A. Biglow. O. V. Wes. Baa West. Thsd
'. deus fl. West, prank B. Barker. Edward
Renfer,' V. Schmidt. J. U Weill, Dr,
W. H. Little. Frank Porter. W. J. .Lyons,
,j. m. Hurlburt, Jama ManagheivJ. ML
wood wort n, Frank Logan. A. W. Imjb
bert. John Frellnser. J. M. Stott and
r, .8. Punning. ' i , . - .v
' A; I .Veasl. attorney, has filed
j paper In settlement of the suit for the
- partition of the property of. the Paolfla
iron works, which will be divided la
- three parts.' of which Oscar Helnta wilt
"have the Iron works at the- east and of
, me Burnald bridge; the other portions
; will go to Arthur R. HelnU and Ida K.
Kelntm . tMlnar nrnnrtv rw1 A m t f h
'streets and on Third street . opposite
"" the Taylor street, M. KS. enuroh. : The
V.s estate' ta valued at $41,009. less IT.110
' indebtedness, and was adjudicated In- the
... circuit court when A. R. . Helnts died.
Oscar Helnta -Is one of the orlarlnsl
: owners. A.' R. HelnU la The soa of Ida
4: M. Helnta, the. widow of deoead.
' Officers for th new year have been
. installed by Clan Ifacleay aa- follow
'' Royal deputy, Alex Gavin; ehlef. Ales
ii. Brown; saet chief,' K. K, Baxter;
tanist. John ' A. Patterson; chaplain.
James X Carswell; secretary. -David A.
V.; miner assistant secretary, Jobs Dick
- son: . financial Seeretarv. ' Jamas R.
-- gtuartr - treasurer, lavld Q.' Duncan;
Jibyslcian.r,.ulD .McKensle; aenlor
. nencnman, ; aiii u, juaMli; Junior
. henchman,. Alex Uarwlck; rseneecbal.
' Tom' B. fipenoei warder,- iJohn Shearer;
sentlnfit Jsmea Coaaack - piper, J. -B.
Moon; orcaotst. J. O. Olbson; standard
- bearer. James Shearer: trustees. A, M.
r Blrrell. William Harder, and Ales Mulr-
uiAi theannnal meatlnr of the Manu-
racturars association to be held tomor
row evenlne; at -Allsky ball elbt dl
eectors will be elected. " Brief reports
- wilt be beard tomorrow evenlne from
-President BJ.-Holmee and Secretary
C. 1L Alclaeac on the work of the past
' year. , After the buslneea ; meetlnc .. a
smoker wlU p.held,jand members will
- Informally dlacuas metnoda of Increaa
ln the sale of- leeally manarectured
oods, -and- nlarclnaj .the mambarahlp
, ana scope 01 the MeoolaUoa. ,
" Lottl Bowen has sued Harry Bowen
i-i... or 4Usorce, alleglns; cruel and Inhuman
-. treatment.- Money raattere are also ln
V '. vol red In the case, 'If rs. Bowen claiming
. that aha entrusted 1 1.000 to Bowen's
r , cse . prior, to their' marrlaga in 1J01,
which was Invested In a boardlna; house
-.business In -partnership, and she asks
- the-court to adjudge te her si share of
rr. Jhe, profits, "amounting to JI00. n She
years he drove her from. theli home and
thendeaerted bar. ---t,
r -: Business men ofKatacada- kave d
. elded to. incorporate the town, and have
drafted a charter for ubantssloa t the
' .legislature. A- banquet was held last
evening, at waien tn enarter was read
and discussed. Mayor Dlmlck at Oregon
city , was among the guests, : and re-
Csponded to an 'invitation to apeak on
the subject. Kstacada la growing
rapidly and there la every Indication
' ' ' that It will become aa Important manu---
factuiing point, u - . .-
" - Jed Hart was acquitted; yesterday .of
fi phtrH .Af " nrf Ka 1 1 rw hrM
f erred In an Indictment by the grand
Jury. - Self-defenses was the plea.. John?
Murphy, an aged man with gray hair
and a aignino appesranoe. - was the
:" complaining wltaees, and the evidence
" was to the effect that Murphy, after
----- getting into an altercation, struck Hart
"with a stove. lid. Hart la a north and
' 'seloonkeeper. ; . r ... ,
"'": 7 Judge - Cleland) yesterday granted a
hon-sult In the damage case of Frank
- - Wllmot against tha Oregon Railroad
led . to r- j
fom $600 for loss of four horses killed
at Bridal Tell jbn the depot grounds' of
the company. ' Tha non-suit was given
on the' ruling that thra!lroa4 company
, la not required by law to fenoe grounds
Used for depoUJ. --- --1.-; -; :-
- The new church Society held Its an
nual meeting laat evening at the borne
of Conrad Stark and elected .the follow-
A" 10- qttVt . Galvanized
Fresh Roasted Every Day.
, 170 THIRD STREET, '
v rPhons Main 1703.
Between aforriaoo and. YambOl ,
MO, WILSONS' BAM GORILLA, .
' ATE A PIECE OF LAMP CIIir.lNEV
Koko, the OocQlsraad til
Ko-ko la dead, and his body Is resting
under a laurel tree In tha front yard of
J R. Wllaon.-comer of -Twenty-ninth
and Holgate atraeta. 7 K-ko -ate s piece
of broken lamp Chimney, ' .v
Ko-ko was a young gorilla, said to be
tha only one of his species in- the United
States. He was tha Wilson family's pet.
saving oeen raisea almost as tenderly
as though he had been a child by Mrs.
Wilson. Born In a Jungle in Africa, the
gorilla was captured when few weeks
old by a party of . Arab slave huntera.
ana brought to tne'sea coast and sold to
an officer of a- ship 'bound for China,
At Hongkong the captive was sold to a
Chines .sailor., who brought It to Se
attle, Where it- was purcbasea py j. K.
Wllaoh. a showman. When Ko-ko. waa
brought to his new noma, he waa so
tiny rand delfcat that It was feared
he would fi6t live. Mrs. WOson took. the
little fellow to southern California that
he mlgbt.be kept aa far from grip and
pneumonia as possible. '.
Few -gorillas live long in" captivity.
No adults are ever captured alive, and
but' a few of the babies are able to with
stand modern breakfast foods. ' Many
of. them have been captured and sold to
New York, Berlin and London soos, but
their obituaries have shortly followed
ing - officers: President and -leader. I
jnarie - w.-woiieu; - secreiary, - jonn
Teusohar; -treasurer, Conrad .Stark;
trust, fJM. Wells. Th secretary waa
instructed t correspond with Rev. M.
V. Hlnkl of th missionary board and
settle th--question f having -church
quarters at th Lewis sad. Clark -fair.
Th most popular and efficient remedy
f or coughs arid colds is Kenyan's Cough
and Cold Cure, sold only at th oia re
liable drug etor of Albort Barnl, second
-and Washington. , By its healing and
soothing properties . it quickly - ohecka
and relieves tn-cough without derang
ing th system, and is tha proper rem
edy for children and adults allk.
Th. Ernest Oambla Redtal ceaipairjf
Is tha next number on the T. M. C.
star course and will glv a musical re-
eltdl . Monday. January II, 1:1 6 p. m.
Th price f admission Is made low, so
that all lovers of music may go. , Re
served seats now on sal at T. M. C A.
rifty-4sntsi' ".-vi,.-' Z
L.Leu(hold yesterday pleaded guilty
to .the charge of forging th nam of
K. Olll CO. to a check for 13s. and
will be sentenced Monday. Charlea A.
Petram Is hla attorney. . Leuthold is an
old resident of Portland, having been
engaged as a furniture finisher.
- Civh - eervice Bpsclal tpsrnrttort is
offered by th Young Men's Christian
Association night school to applicants
for government positions. " Tha class
begins Monday, Jun If.
rd ladnflrymaa. I
was arrested yesterday by Immigration
Inspector Barbour on th charge of be
ing In th country unlawfully.-: It is
said h has no certificate of registra
tion.', - v, .
- Se th color of this snowT It looks
Ilk w bad laundered It It 1 the
identical color - of th garments that
leave our place.. .' union Laandry.
ond and Columbia, Tel. Main IIS,
Vlavl Hygienic Home Treatment for
th- permanent cure of all - female
trouble- Lady physician In charge -toa-sultatton
and axamlnatlon Trev Office
hour a. m. to I pt m.; Ill Lewis bldg.
Darfclng club Invttatlotis Parties
holding invitations to tha 'Auditorium
Dancing club are Invited to attend th
dancing party Saturday night at Audi
torium nalV Seventh and Oe.. ' ., , .
" ' 1 1 " 4 'V..
B. II. Cough and Croup Syrup The
great children's remedy. In use over eO
years.' Always reliable' Bronchial
trouble.'. For sal, by Knight Drug Co.
:'- . - - '
T. B. Brown, tried In th circuit
court fr stealing 10.000 cigars from
the O. R. V N. Co.. was acquitted ye
tardsy. ' Multnomah Engln Company Henavo
lent . association' elected the following
officers laat evening: President. A.
Burkhardt; vice-president,. Oecrg Tut-
Ownar, Mrs. J. R. WUs
matriculation. Ko-ko lived with Mr. and
Mrs. , Wilson two", year ' and three
months. , Had - tha - lamp chimney re
mained anbroken there is no doubt that
the young king -of tha Jungles would,
stin be allv and happy, v . ;
-Just a few days before his death Ko-ko
weighed S4Hi pounds, and stood a feat
I Inches la hU "stocking feet"
- phrlatmas was m gala day with Ko-k.
A place -was fixed for him at -the table,
and ave-eat-up-and -ate- hia turkey aed
oystbrs and pinna ptiddlng Ilk s little
inan. That mornmg na received, his
gifts from Santa Claua, and played "with
them all- 'day - long, v AAong the gifts
wer a horn and a-mouth organ, -which
amused Ko-ko more than all the othereTT
the dinner, lnclnded. He would sit on
the floor for hour with air his toys
about him. the horn in on hand and tha
mouth organ lrt the other; there -waa
much wild,- weird muslo In the Wilson
home. - ' . ..
Ko-ko was Ilk some children In that
whatever h . found he wanted to put In
his mouth. A little neighbor girl-was
visiting . Mrs. Wilson on -afternoon
few days ago. and accldently broke
lamp chimney; several pieces of glass
remained on the floor.i Ko-ko found the
piece and there was genuine sorrow In
th Wllson.liom. , : i
tie! cMtarv'itiiae rkn)iiuri.hrr-4n.H
urer, Charles H. Dodd; dlraotors. C A.
Dueber, J. J. OotthardU C A. Allsky.
B. 8. Cough snd Croup 8yrup-Th
most useful family medicine. Keep It
on hand for ein4 senulee. Colds, coughs,
croup-- ror sai ox Knight Drue Co.
Hospital 1 and - doctor bills . saved - by
wearing s sensible chest protector. - "Bee
Albert Bern!, the druggist, Second and
Washington,, about them..
- W clean -and press your clothes snd
shin ypur shoes for If. 00 per month.
unique tailoring uo.. T washlngtoo.
Main il. .j. ,
You may save 114.70 by reading th
advertisement of Dry-Sol on page t of
today's Journal.-, , ' , ... .
Try Peacock Buckwheet: Flour. Ton
will be convinced that It Is deMoious. , ;
If you hav anything to sail can ,up
Mam east, in nrst street 1
Money-savtpg sale Marks Sho Co..:.
--Ak your grocer for Golden Cheddar,' .
. tMM' irSXOaTJSOmsTOOB XOUSB, ' s
The People's Fern ra Is to 'begin Its
work on, Sunday evening at T.I0 o'clock
at the .house, on First street, near Hall.
Sunday evening's . meeting will be de
voted to a" discussion of h question.
What Can tlis People's Forum Lw for
th People of Portland?" Dr. Woods
Hutchinson," D. Soils Cohen and Dr. C
H. L'CI'Tinll will" legs "h . dtscHaaToiv
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, who has founded
th ' People's Forum, wlfl preside. A
musical' program bss been arranged. :,
Hav you tried delicious ; "Peacock
Buckwheat . . Flour!" . TAur grower
keep It. . - - -!.-
fAXl Onn YOMOaVSOW
; DIRECTION LOIS STEERS, .
Snera Ptaa loasa, SSI Waahlmgtoa at.
rj , -;, 10 a. a. :- ...
Beeerved atsv fS.OO, SLSO, fl40.
- . - . . - - - " -r'
' - OOaTCn , " .''
Wedaeaday Bvealag, Jenaary is, First
ran CGIL1T JAY :
I!1D IT TERMS
CiH DjraftsdJProyidfng; for a Meet.
: ins Every Vydrking Month w
; of the Year.
CIRCUIT JUDCESJBAID TO,
-FAVOR .THE MEASURE
Proposed Law, With Rulet Rt
cenjtly Adopted, Woiild Give ;
Si Ideal Standard:
The circuit court of this county will
hold a term every working month. It the
legislature passes k bill which has been
drafted and which will be offered by
aom member of the fefultnomah county
delegation. The draft of -the bill -contains
the proviso that during two months
In summer th court shall ' be In vaca
tion; and In each, of the - other', ten
montha a term shall be held every SO
daya, ' It 'passage wll b urged upon
tha grounds that need Is urgent to de-
1 vise means whereby litigation may be
xpeaitea ana cnmnutrTiui
, " ""T" -:
to data. Th policy .- of th court to
compel more .vigilant attention to crim
inal oases, aa evidenced' by the recent
promulgation of tha new rules, appears
to warrant th belief that th ten-term
bill i not contrary to the desires of
the four' circuit -court ' Judges.' and ' Its
adoption Is expected.'. - -r.-r-
.Three principal reasons are given for
tha change oontmplatd;-. " ...
That shorter .terms will , compel
prompt ? attention to buslneea by . th
district attorney and counsel employed
to defend prisoners. .
That shorter terms will Induoe a bet
ter - class of cttlasns . to . serv on the
jury. , ,i ... i-f : .
Would Protect People's mights. -
. That shorter terms will protect th
right of -tha accused, who. under, tha
lajtneae -that characterised . procedure.
have been compelled to lie in Jell, or.
out on bonds,! to rest under indictment
for a longer period than justice would
caii ror. - v--' -
Is discussing th bropoed meaeure. a
jurist of standing 'today mad th fol
lowing statement: r ; - ;
."As I understand th motives dominat
ing the ; promotera of this, bill. they
arise from a desire to effeot a change
from th old country practice that has
obtained her' In a popularv center,' not
withstanding th conditions have called
for -radical t alteraUons In, the method
mployed. - ' - ; ,
. "In tm early days, when present court
practice- was - originated, averyone at
tended court, and knew Intimately about
all cases placed on -th docket. A per
son accused of erlm was not Ilkel to
suffer the injustice of being oompelted
to- II. In Jail' for a long period, while
proceeding officers went on their way.
oblivious . of tkelri duty to senure for
th accused a speedy trial With the
augmentation of population tn ' this
county, criminal oases hav multiplied
and business has-, grown- so - that th
court virtually Is in. continuous session.
although th law provides -for only five
two-month terms a year; two- months of
summer being allowed -for "vacations.
;! max Would wjTT
- "Sooree of persons are- arreeted-and
their eaaea ,x 'permitted -to -drag on
; without proper attention. unUI- it has
growa-to an abuse of aaagnltud.-The
proposed biu would -correct this-def
and call for th clearing of the criminal
docket every 10 days. - Th new rules
of th court -call for going through th
docket every Monday morning, and th
new bill would enable th. division of
fhe month Into two weeks for criminal
oases and two. or civil business, n
' Thl would requlr of cltlen drawn
on the Jury servioe of only on month,
and would causa more responsible niea
to consent to answer The summons to
appear for jury duty. At present busi
ness men plead that to serve two months
on the Jury would ruin their business.
and they manufacture all 'sorts of ex
cuse, onen alleging pnysical infirmi
ties not existent and making It difficult
to retain th men wanted to bear cases.
.-Disposition to neglect details mani
fested by lawyers as a class will be
cured by the requirement of th tan-
term law, and matter will be improved
"Iiare will h no more Insianeea of
criminal oases remaining on tha docket
ror a rear without dtsoonltlon . ia
bondsmen will b expected to nrodue
their man In court or pay" th sum for
wnicn -they yaotiry on th surety bond.
' "Moat radical reform Is oromlaed hv
the proposed law, which, with th new
rules, wUl bring th local court to an
Meai standard of practice," '
GADSKI HAS ENJOYED !-
'HER TRIP TO THE COAST
Another-great event-la the musical
history of Portland wUl be th return
ngagsmsnt of Mm. Oadskt On next
Wednesday evening. ' f't
Mm. Oadskllhas enjoyed her visit to
th ..coast tremendously, and finds th
ciimats extremely Deoenclal. She Is in
magnificent . voioe, not being worn out
with lonf 4 arduous season of
grand opera, and aa ah sings only two
or three times a week In concerto, aha
la ready to glv a splendid exhibition of
nor marvMoua art on next Wednesday
evening..- --- v ' . -
. This will b tha laat opportunity for
roruanaera to near tna artlat thla se
son, aa sh goes to Ban Ftanelso to
giv two aaaitienal concert there, and
Attorney A. M. Cannos of Salam la
In town today; , :
Attorney J. K. Weatherford of Albany
is a guest as tna imperlaL .
A lax re number of eenatora and rati.
Tesentattvas may bea found at tb ho
tels todsy. - '
H. A. Bodmer of La Grand Id at th
Imperial. - -
C F. Oemer of Lowlston. Idaha Is
at th Portland. - - ,
, W. a Kolb is her from Butte, Mont,
C F. Whit Is her from CosmoDolls.
Wash. , : - -:
C.W. Nlbley. th well-known lumber.
man, I In th city from Parry, O.
H. i). Boencef of Elgin. Or.
Is at th
J. M. Potter of Ashland. Or. I visit
ing Portland. - - -.- . .. --.
F. C Oraham is a visitor from As
toria. " ." . "
John A. Carson' of Salera Is an arrival
at th Perkins. t
Dr. J. Whltcomb Brougher has gone
to Stockton, Cel., called there to attend
bis mother. She Is reported much wore
from th eerloue injuries sustained la
fall received some week ago.
A. P. Caylor has returned from a trip
to Bote. Ida. ,., -.- . - - , ,
- AJrOOBTFXAXj OXASS. '
Wednesday afternoon at 1 :10 o'clock
tha.class for th study of th Apocry
phal llWrwtur, : which U led by Pr.
MARvllAilt ?J1atW' lflMBekalsSie''"'
. ,. Tbt yeeng iwitmn ,. -. A -
Mosaar an Twrti; aiflin, ima. l aad IT,
w,0nh; nlfht, Jannary 18, ,
Imm fin... at 11,1m.. K
Oallerr mil tec. Boms awl ks, tT.OO.
- mu ere 1
A. X. Sailer.' tassaa lUasger.
Tealghl. Teeaonew 'Vatlaae aad Skt;iast
1 1 serfnrmixwe Mr . - -,
. f Tee gresteet pcveuctlss of the year.
- Tke blgaeat aevelarrlee attrectle ever ef
fm la la eitj. Oravr tow SMta MOW.
Dowa-tows efBee, tXI Morrlaoe, eeea ell i'J.
Phone Mala 110. . kttt t p. . at taactre.
Mala 111. Eegulat Celssibl srieee. ,
VrXT WISE, starting Banday sUtlae."rl:
V ,- r TH. WlfB v
Seers I' Baker,
eats eaa be ordered sr saaee.", Kate HT.b
Saplr erlrea, ISe. Vx-V and He'.'('
; MaTIMEBS HAIPWC1S..
- ey, ,n tore t easws''
Tealgkt, taaMavow.su Um as aigkt, last per-
i lorvaneea w - ...
1 Uacola TrCerttr' aseeaafotswledrasistle
Two Little Waifs
-fia eellt -faaaMae.""
- Be- the tlever IJastes hildrs..r;r
TBKEB -KIOHT, gTaSTIKS HSX
. BUNDAT. MATIN KS.
' V. D. NewtUV OosMdy . SassstleB,
"A Jolly Ameriolrt I ramp
Vottlsad'S raahloaabl Taadsrfll Flay
XATVOrD TEAL. - Olimi SVABTIT.
SAvonrs do tlx, . rn finuwn,
HAJBI TlMtfSr XAU, DAVIS.
HOXXXT FXUS.. TKI rTtOJICTOsOOrg,
10c;raeerved box seata, - see
ill IS III
Oaaeer'B Sag show; Uagh MeOoraUcsV ves
trtkMBlat: St.- CUlre' and Oulrla. --
wire act nolraaa ao4 Deaa. soaleal -taasii
Ceok ' aa Oakae. . alaslag - an daarlng aere
bats; Morgan aad Clt.r, mssy, little play
let! JoBBarKlsfa. aerlllst nimsa; Mr. Alf
Boaser, "Whr Don't Thar Plar With Mar'
i no A tin I unrtl) B r.iMi.fljiM-i Ht -
AOaUaalea te any eaat, 10. Box eeata.
Third as Yamhill eta. Keatnu S.rioe, Mara.
Larfaat Vaadeville Houwto Aamles.
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y THS THBCT AMEXIOaSB,'
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Servo ta sa aiear Bxntm. tIb Weafet
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t All lovers of books will wel-1
come oar annual book j
We offer nearly all pur books
' at cost during January. .
jr Special' Inducements to J
- - . Libraries.' ;
TKL ' "
I i; ICGILL CO. I
' Booksellers and - -l:r:j.V'
Stationers . '
Great'Thlngs it Little PrKet'
Stephen 8. Wise, under ths auspice of
th Council of Jewish Women, will meet
In the Selllng-Hlrech . building. Mrs.
L.AtTman will present m jypr en th-
"Book ef Judlta."
Ars You Coins to Hear Gamble?
The noted singer with his company.
th Erneat Oambl Recital company, will
give a concert ta tha T. M. C. A. audi
torium, Monday, January If. t-.lt p. m.
The Emporia. Kas. Oasatt gives tha
following about their concert ta that
city; "Excepting th Inn band con
cert. t; was undoubtedly th greatest
musical event that has been her for
some tlm. a Ernest Oambl Is con
sidered on of th greatest basses."
When doctors fail try -burdock P'ood
Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, oaa
In vigor Us ths who) system.
I he KolvCity
PortlaDw's Grertcsf Book Store
ab. irriui nr 1
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Ws se H d bars
;r W found It n sale at
Woodard. Clarke Co.
: Tanduyn A Walton.
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Mioara-avsiiy . onoe
Knight Cho Co.
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$12.50 ALL-WOOL OVERCOATS; v C
$15.00 all-wool: surfs in BiJicKtf -2 :
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$350 ALL-WOOL PANTS.
$2.50 HATS, in black and colors,
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$3.00 SUIT, cases;:- ,.
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$3.5d SHOES, 15 STYLES,; f -;;- C 1 O C
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" $2.00 XAMBSWOOL4 UNDERWEAR,
' $1.50 LAMBSWOOL UNDERWEAR, " f Jl nQc
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75c COPPER RIVETED OVERALLS : ?AQ rt
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$1.50 UMBRELLAS, ,
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$3.50 SWEATERS,' NICE
75c HOG, AND HORSESKIN
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$1.00 MITTENS, ALL. SORTS, '. ;. v ffP-
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