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wood- i (u rKiVA,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23 1910.
Entered at the Post Office, at Wood
stuck. Va., u> M-cond-clsss matter.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY LOAN AND
WOODS! 0*.k, VIRGINIA.
Money Vaned at fi jier cent, on real
SState tf food collateral security.
lits reedvrd ia sums of
$l.iK? or ovtr, and interest allowed on
0TFor particulars address the Con:
pair. a1 luhnaseotBoe, or call on J.
\V Strasburg ; G. \V. Win
Jle. rulinbari : F. S. Fenny hacker,
Mt u ; or S. It. Hoover, Nev
QEXERAL LOCAL SEWS.
A. F 8 A- Pl?Cassia Lodsre No*
14_' 'Ct oAoSYS, for the ensuing
i-\ Munday ni^ht, ike. 30th, 1
o*cl \ full sttandanosla desired.
Ee'ls at J. A. Dysart k
- v - ;?s are on sale at
\ ides ol tits atasoa can be
foi ss : ? slaurant, comer of
M East Corni streets.
lied C . i ii sumps on your
- packatt On sale at
>'t's drug store!
Th- r Rest ' ant in the room un?
it B l's Drug Store is
_ the.- hungry with tine oysters,
Mn. rahbit. coffee, vVc.
A. NOTICE?Or, J. C. Bow
) be ab?nt fri rn h's office
llj and Tuesday.
. t the following* stores
? i oday, D ? h: F. s.
B Meteeer, J l. shaffer,
B md aod Son, T? G. Lc eke
your propsrtj a un
W, Magruder will write
.DJ time, and in No. 1
-. *ith millions of a*
ol loch Impor
ri^ht by insur
tj in one of those
i, repress sled hy
M. W sr. J: ites low for safe
Jon Vou know exactly what
th- i ;en you get your
i or ai nts.
kt JOH] in the 4 per cent
C meSben. Valley Loan
<?.. We itoek, Va. Se
tsd. Interest pay
annually, and Certi'icites
AS siter six months
.e i tm tice.
.:?? saviors in the Saving
Di of the Shenandoah Valley
L I . Woodstock, Vu .
at --ent. compound interest
ind upwards ivcriv
| - institution in
itt amnlatloo of the
- ? - of laboring men,women
el four new and up-to
r ' 1 er tired vehicles to my well
I | ed livery. Also added several
ri ig horses, if yon want a
e and see what I
fer at prices that will sur
pr se you. J. E. BEMIS,
..urine Kibler,infant daugh?
ter i I Donia A. andOda R. Kibler,
rn Nov. :7th, IMO, died Dec
B# I 1 daja The father
ao?: \ _':??. el to giru her
>oled hy the fact that they
hate something deposited in the bank
roo, where they can meet her at
13 of all ace >unta.
List of Conveyances
ogan tr., t:> Jacob W.
Fort, ll 1-2 acres.
L. Conner ar.d*-?ife to Wm.
.r. Stonewall district, ll 1*2
1 r.. M-haeflVi a:.d wife to Simon
el trad of 14? acres.
ie a. Zebring and others to
I and Annie Estep. near Solo?
mon*! Church, interest in real estate
ebsoes Estep deceased.
I J. Rstep and wife to Mr.
and wife, undivided
.: .q estate of Rebecca Estep
Junes M. Estop to C. C. Fstep, and
t divided intere*-! in estate of
Eai bael Estep. *
sr OrosotQ Rydia Rai., near
fl Ifs, :> acres, 1700.
\N . F. Bri)] and wife, to Mrs. Ada
Brill, Dasit district, two lots I and 4
in b Hg,
I Rush and othjsrs to Wcod
StseJ lc and Power Co., right
*A way for planting poles and string
I sines, ll.
C. Crider, S2 to Ella Hepner, 22.
????waaawt .my. <*??
Mrs. W.F. Ritenour while engaged
tn butchering at the residence of Mr.
JW. Munch, esme very close to
o.b. Master Dewey Lichliter, BBS
?r old boy ot Mr. A. C. Lichliter
came on the scene and picked up thc
H ealihsrr rifle that Mr. Ritenour hac
brought to shoot the hogs and begar
to iTsoOfl mark.
After bein*? ordered to stoD, he wai
still fooling with ihe gun when Mrs
Ritenour walked before him, asking
fun loaded:' The answer wa
sr,e made a few more step-* an
wH thf gun ?ent off. the built
passing but a ^w inches from he
head, She said she felt the effect <
(Ag bullet *? h. passed across he
Thin saould be a lesson not to I
boys play wlrb guns.
Ita." jSTTtaPCfc Paralyze!
Tb* many .army Manda of "Gen
John P, Mauck, ot Co. %. White
Ba.allon will be sorry to learn thi
he has been r?x>utly paralyzed ac
thst bis condition ls serious.
We hav? bad fins sleighing J
some weeks and a good prospect f
Coal Stove for Sale.
a coal stove, for sale, at the Fan
?rs Uairo, ****-* cheap.
Mr Home Hack, of Baltimore visit
ed Woodstock this week.
Miss Fannie Tutwiler, of Savannah,
Ga , is visiting Miss Rebe Paxton.
Miss May Payne, of Mt. Jacksou is
Visiting her sister Mrs. Herbert
Jud^e F. S. Tavenner has been con?
fined to his home for a few days, by
Rev. J. Stewart Hartman,of Peunsyl
vania, was ia Woodstock, the first of
Mr Samuel Laughlin went to his
home, in Weeliug, W. Va., to spend
Mr. WTm. Funsler is extremely ill
at his home about one mile south of
Mr. Thomas Fravel returned from
Fort Defiance to his home in this
place, this week.
Mr. Joseph Smith returned to his
home in Marion, Ohio, accompanied
by Mr. otis Rattail,
Mr. Nicholas .- choonover, of Pitts?
burg, Pa., visited his sister Mrs. M.
V. French, last week.
Miss Gladys Gibbs, who has been
teaching in Luray, is at her home on
South Muhlenberg street.
Mr. Walter Wunder, who has been
mending tbe Medical College of Va., I
li spending the holidays, at home.
Mr Frederick Spiker, of Burling?
ton, N. C. is spending the holidays,
with his parents Vr. and Mrs. Daniel
Mr. Huston Newman is at home for
ihe holidays. He has been attending'
Randolph Macon Academy at Front
Messrs. Samuel Hoshour, WTarren
md Mark French, who have been at
ending Roanoke College are at home
or the holidays.
Miss Lucy Boyer who is studying
nusic at Peabody Conservatory of
more arrived home Wednesday
light to spend the holidays.
Messrs. Henry Bailey. John Sheetz
ind Asa Shotts are in Baltimore this
reek selling Xmas trees for the
?Yanklin Davis Nursery Co.
Messrs Ralph Bowman and Jos.
rwin students at F. e\ If. College,
..ancaster, Pa., arrived home Batar*
lay noon for the Christmas holidays.
Dr. J I. Triplett, of Mt. Jackson,
rad a hard fall on the ice in Wood?
cock, on Tuesday morning. For
unately. he received no serious in
Mrs. Ernest L. Reiser and little
laughter Phyllis of Waynesboro, Va.
irrived Monday to spend the Xmas
holidays with her mother Mrs. V, E.
Keller on South Main street.
Mr. C. 1. Bowman was called home
rom Washington, Tuesday, on ac
?ount of the serious illness of his
nother, Mrs. Mary Bowman, whose
?ondition is very critical.
Mr. R. M. Lantz, of Edinburg,
ailed at Mr. Jos. Holtzman's, after
hurch, last Sunday night. On leav
ng the house he fell and broke his
ight a^m between the elbow and
houlder. Mr. Holtzman hearing the
loise, hurried out and fell. Another
entleman who started to their assis
ance also fell Fortunately they were
iot hurt. There had been a light rain
rhich formed a sleet on the pavement.
The following from the Danville Bet
[ives a little information concerning
he club of that city:
?'The Danville team is now getting
lusy signing up players for next sea
ion Secretary-Treasurer John W.
Jarter, is in charge of the work just
low. It is generally understood
hat catcher Joe Laughlin will be
offered the managership and there is
jood reason to believe that he will
Tbt Richmond Journal, of Wednes?
day says: "Joe Laughlin, the heady
[?aekstop of the Danville Bugs, will
tnanage that aggregation next season.
Joe Laughlin is well and favorably
known around the circuit and is pop
ularwith the fans as well as the scribe.
He will make Danville a good leader."
Largely Atte ndett
Practically all the school teachers
in the county attended the Shenan?
doah County Teachers' Institute
which was in session in the Court
House Wednesday and Thursday.
The Institute was opened Wednes?
day morning by Rev. L. L. Smith,
Superintendent of the Shenandoah
County School, and devotional ser?
vices were conducted by Rev A. W.
Bailey of the Reformed church.
On account of sickness, Judge Taven
ner sent a letter of welcome, whic'r
was responded to by Mr. I. S. W.
Anthony, of Strasburg H!gh School
Miss Mollie Lantz presented ai
ait ole on the .subject: "What Patron
sod Committees should do for schoc
buildings and grounds. Prof. H
Bot lg Sink spoke upon the same sut
Mission of the Rural School b
Miss Rhea C. Scott.
The following topics were discusset
4 Thorough Training by Prof. C. (
Maphis and Prof . Wine.
"The High School," by Profs
Anthony and Muphis. "The Bebo
Garden1' bj Miss Marguret King,
Ilairisonburg, "Sf me Iroj orta
Sch >ol Laws" hy Prof. T. Settle, i
nu lum it ff
(>n Thursday devotional exercii
were conducted by Rev. Mr. Fultz
Topics: "The Teacher in Schr
Roi m." hy Mr. G, A. Miller; "Ls
guage in the Grades," by D.
Reynolds and Mjss Helen WInsU
"The Supreme Importance of lies
ing" by Prof. J. M. Bottle; "Tl
Rural School Problem," by Dr. J.
Heatwole, of Harrisonburg Hij
School; "Gettinp full value out
s the Schools,'' by Prof. J. H. Binfo
lt of Richmond.
id Cne of the most Interetting featu
io the teachers at least, was the i
ment of their warrants by Com
Mr. J, H, Clower killed four he
which weirned: 322, .336, 412 and
Ibi. A good killing.
Mrs. Peter Supioger killed
iMigs vhiot weigh sd 74i> tb*.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Mr. ll. Coffman h is kindly furnish*
[ed us with a copy of the "Tenth Leg?
ion,'* of Dec. 20th, ISM, published by
GttSWOOd & ShefTer.
The news consisted mostly of re?
ports of meetings held in differ t
states to consider th*1 situation I hlcfa
th* n threatened a dissolution of the
Cnion or civil war. It published a
[report of the position of Henry A.
Wise who advocated fighting in the
Cnion. Scott's Black Horse Cavalry
of Fauquier county had offered their
services to the Governor of Souihlcai
Carolina. The otfer was accent 1.
The local news consisted in part of
ths report! of the marriages of Mose*
Fadely and Caroline Shadwell, and
? ol Simon P. Zimmer and Eve Rlden-I v t
'our Not ces of the deaths of Mr J?'(
John Snarr, Mrs. Mary C. Bess tod I eal
Mrs. Mary Ann Few were published.
Rev. Jlo. Wolf, the Methodist
pr< aerier in charge of this circuit,ga?e
notice of a meeting at Forestville.
The Woodstock Lyceum tDBOODOtd
a meeting on Friday eveniny prtdtelg
ai iii o'doch. Question for discussion
j Which is th*.' mort injurious to sooietj
the llaodere or the murderer?
;M. S. Bair, J. H. Kibler,
] J H. Grabill, G. W. Magruder,
P. W Magruder, Mark Welsh.
The Muhlenberg Riflemen were or-j nu'1
de red to meet to be instructed in th?>|sun
manual exercises, and to transact im- '
portant business relative to arms by
G. W. Magruder, O. S.
The only local advertisements of
business, were that of B. Schm.tt ad?
vertising "Chri>tmass Fixings" and
Thomas Banks' Barber Shop.
The Professional cards were Law?
yers: Jesse C. McKay, P. \V. .Ma?
gruder, James S. Trout, at Wood-1l" l
stock: If oort rfc Gin*!,, and C. W.M)UX
Brent, Winchester; N. K. Trout, !(,r0
Staunton: J. W Green, Smith, Bryan| SIii
vt WoodsOO, and Harri.-, A Paterson,IP?r
of Harrisonburg; J. Y. Menefte, ofjits
Washington, Rap, ahannock county: j ,no
and I'. B. k A. Borst, of Loray and stre
Physicians1 cards: Dr. J. L. Camp?
bell and Dr. J. T. Hickman, of Wood?
stock and Dr. Thos. J. Miller and Dr.
I). S. Russell, of Strasburg.
Dentist: Dr. g. M. Boram.
Th* Hotels advertised were, National
Hotel, Woodstock: St. Charles, ol
Richmond; Virginia, Culpeper C. H :
Butaw, Baltimore; The Taylor, Win?
chester; Virginia, Staunton: Green's
Mansion ;.nu City, Alexandria.
There wereorer s column of Alex?
andria Business houses advert!
Isaac Haas p. If. advertised list of
uncalled for letters.
Addison Munch, of Powell's Pori
advertised for furs for which he would
trade store goods.
As Horace said many centuries ago:
"The limes change and we charge
Special Christmas Services.
st. PAUL'S Hr.; OfUOD.
Christmas will be appropriately ob?
served by the members of St. Paul's
Reformed church o! this plsce.
The usual 8 o'clock services will be
held Christmas morning, when old
Christmas hymus and carols will be
sung, and a short talk by the Pastor.
On Christmas evening at 7 o'clock,
the Sunday Pc hool ?ill render the
service entitled, 'The Christ Child
Story." with the addition of several
beautiful antlu ins by the choir.
On Tuesday evening, December 27th,
the Chorus Choir of St. Paul's chinch.
ii ited by well known singers
other churches, will reo*5er the beauti?
ful Cantata, "The Angelic Choir,"
under the leadership of Prof BencholT.
If yon enjoy music do not fail to hetr
this cantata. No admission will be
charged on this occasion but a silver
collection will be taken to defray ex
expenses of muisc etc. 7:;jo o'clock.
Come to all of these services and
get some of the Christmas spirit.
MT CALVARY REFORMED
Mt Calvary Sunday School will
render a special Christmas service
on Monday evening, December 80, al
The Sunday School of the MtthO
dist church will hold special Christ?
mas services, Monday night. Dec. 26,
at 7 o'clock.
The regular Sunday services will
be held Christmss morning at ll
o'clock. No services a nUht.
Special services, by the sunday
School, will be held in the Preshyt* r
ian church, Sunday morning at ll
The Sunday School of the Christian
church will have a treat either Mon
$av or Wednesday night of next we?k,
the time not being definitely settled.
Week of Prayer, January l-6th.
The churches of Woodslock will
unite in observing the Week of Pray?
er, Jan. 1st to nth. The pastors at a
recent meeting adopted the topics sug?
gested and sent out by the Evangeli?
cal Alliance, and arranged the follow?
St'NDAY, Jan. 1-Methodist church
Topic: "The Fatherhood of God "
IM- A. W. Barley.
MONDAY, Jan. 2?Christian church.
Topic; "The World's Approach to
Dod." Dr. N. H. Skyles.
Tuesday, J an..'I?Be fermer* church.
Topic: "The Christian Church."
Dr. Jno. McGill.
'Vkdnksday, Jan. 4-Lutheran
church. Tcpic: "Foreign Missions "
Rog. B. L Mtg,
Thursday, Jan. 6**-gpfsoop*al
church. Topic: "Borne M
Dr. P. D. Stephenson.
Friday, Jan. fl?Presbyterian
church. Topic: "The Borne and the
School." tlev. J D. Hamaker.
The meetings are all for the gene-al
public, and it U hoped that every
body will feel free to attend.
Ft. L, Fui.TZ, Sec. Pro. Tem
Rev, J, H. Cooley will preach 'at
Wesley chapel Sunday morniog at
10.34?. also Hope Chapel at |.30. Owing
to the Christmas service at tbe Luth?
er n church.
THE. APPLE. CROP.
The apple crop, of Shenandoah
Iii le not full, was quite large. Th
tmand for all kinds of fruit, from the
.rliest summer apple, to the culls o
e winter varieties, was good anc
wtre fair. No better fruit it
own than i! t in the Shenandoal
alley, but the prices realized foi
ney fruit is much lower than fruil
>rn other sections command. Th
Jit is not in the buyers, but it is lr
> OarleSSBtSt Of the fruit growers.
1 fancy fruit should be graded and
r?. fully packed By so doing it is
sslhlt to get much higher pr'ces. If
lit grou'rs would secure the bett
Ol ?> for their produces, they muot
opt modern methods. They sim.ld
ure tbe best fruit journal. A few
Dur farmers are doing so, and are
?ing enough on one crop to pay for
ei al fruit journals the rest of th* ir
While this is true of a few, th.
..umber of fruit growers are
?suing the old slip shod met',
1 realiseonmparativelv little Fri
Ve would adviseevery fruit glower,
> has ten or more apple trace, to
mee subscribe for a journal de?
ed to the Subject of fruit. Wi
>w of none better than "Tiie Fruit?
ier." published at st. Joseph,
.. at ^1.ok per year* The December
liber is worth more than a year's
KSriptlOQ price to anyone inter*
'd in growing apples and other
it Try it for one year, and you
r d') without it.
. Edit; r:?
I def rn lt^ray duty
dally to confer with the citizens of
town in this public way, with re
d to the ordinance requiring Bl
)e thoroughly re movtil from the
nts, side-walks, and street
ssings of our town. I regard the
il ordinance as being the most im
tttit ordinance our town has upon
statute booka* After tbe rec
w, our pavements, >ide-walk>, and
et crossings, became a reproach
>ur town. In many, very many
^. ions ol thc pavements and
?-walks, and all of the street erots"
s were not deaned at all. a thaw
freeze came making said wal'-,
d iee, so that it was dangerous for
an*) to ns.- them. If I were tl o
a pant of property owned or rent- d,
ing a pavement or -
it sod did not thoroughly re- j
re the snow and a thaw and tree/e
nd a pedestrian wert to fall
hurt or cripple bissself and it
ht be loose his liff from such fall, |
ould be because of my neglect,
would follow me regretfully all j
life. The said oidinar.ee is an
ortant ordinance, and ought and
I be enforced for ihe protection of
L'strians, and for tbe better c>:.
>>.i of our tOWO, and wbtOtVCl
ation ol the said ordinance, or
other Ordinance- aopesrins upon
statute books of our town, is
ught to my attention, I am tl
s rttd) to aet and act promp;
?cent chaoge in the working affairs
ur town is what caused the recent
? .o our side* wal ks.
J. II. ROOEFI BR, Mayor
. YA, IMO. Woodstock, Va.
lacher Gets Cold Wclcorm*.
oanoke, Va , Dec. 10.?RtV Thos
former ptstor of Melros**
bodist Church here, ard now
skiog in the Interest of the Okla
ia Advertising Club, ls icheduleJ
o deliver an address in '.he church
odey night. Be will meet with
siderable oppe ion, and the en
Dt will most ikely be canceled ,
ere of the church are opposed tn
delivering a lecture in tie- church.
'en g held that his discourse is one
t will tend to take people from the
r* The subject ot his lecture is
klahomaand Its Opportunities*.'1
s further said that he will be aik< <!
to lill his engagement to preach
the church Sunday.
iVKUV TAX HI LL due the Town o'
ttdstoCk, which remains unpaid cn
mary 1st, lull, must he turned over
In- collector to br collected ace >rd
I to law, With ?> | tr i -nt. :t(!el? d.
fUR8 will be robodr the number un
spaid before tin- Ut, of Jaoutry*
Rinks On Sure Thing rsow
'Til never be without Dr. Ki
w Life Pills again," writes A.
hingeck, <>47 Kim St., Buffalo, N.
. ?'The-y cured in*' of chronic con
(.allon ?li"ii ail others failrd."
e-ij Ulled for BU OUSDeSS* A oil k?,
digestion, Bend iche, I hills, Ma?
ia and Debility. tte at Schmitt's
\i_r Store. ?
ntobtt at rtdUOtd prices "at J, A.
i strt & ( o's.
Miss Belle Nester went to Boekvllle,
Md., tkls week where we suppose she
will remain indefinitely.
According to the calender winte r
begins Wednesday but according to
''cold" facts wc have already bala
solid month of mangled snow, hi^h
winds and zero weather. If we have a
month of winter weather beforo Wt&ttr
begins it makes us "shiver" to think
how much cold we may have before
the blue birds sing again.
Several from this pla??e Attended A e
srJe of Mrs. Mn rv VCbetze^epropi
at ynicksburg Tuesday at which sale
the old Wet/'-l pince a* Pnion F rgt
wqs sold. Branson Jenkins b'ing t! I
purchaser and IMO the purchase price.
E. M. Clem spent Monday in Bith
mond on business.
<- tod t me for the rabbits ami
I ground mice to ruin your young apple
; trees. Bette*? watch them,
Mr. S. Et Peters, of Augusts coun?
ty **s wars old has been visiting reit
tiree In the St. Luke section for some !
ti ne Now be is visiting among rel
t'ves in the Kcadus neighborhood
We have it from pretty good au?
thority that Old Bedford t<>wn will
turn out a wedding or two during thu
holidays It will be a good way to
eiad out "Bow old is Ann."
We soppott that as the hens aic
maintaining a general and almost
complete cessation of business. 1h:it
egoless cake-, will be a genera] if rot
popular feature of the nolidaye, In
this connection wo wonder -Oiateggless
n '_-.: would DC like.
Notice to the General Public.
All citizens who art for. or against
tho establishing of a tollgate at or
near tbe South end of Woodst
Va., by the Valley Turnpike I
puny, will call at Schmitt's Drug
Store, and sign the- lists for names.
that said lists may bo sent tn the
State Carporation Commission Board
not Ister than the Uth day of Janu?
J. IT. RODI FREE, Mayor
Dec 23 tX R ooditoek, Va.
.\ ii have- a car of ear coin, nv
will sell in L'*) bushel lots or mt
60s per bushel (70 lhs.) from car but
not from ware house. Let us have
your orders SO lt COU be saved for
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Nardi Gras Celebration- Pensa?
cola, Mobile find Hen Orleans,
Account above oecs il< a ."Jo ithern
Kiilwav wni ttl] reduce-1 fare tickets
from ail ir; i I V rginl i point i,
Including Washington, to Pensacola,
M >bile and New Orleans, Pcb. 21st to
*JTth. final limit to reach original
? ?int returning March ll."ll.
of I lets may
? .h. I .? DsiOU ol ii .al limit to
and Inc acing March 27, 1911 by de?
positing ticket with Special A
i nsull Agents or write L. S.
rn. Cm. xgt.. 705 15th St., rf, J
To usc thc expression of
those who have seen our
new Holiday and Gift
We have sp.nt mticfa
Tiuie tn collecting from
the Bi si Makers a line of
Utcful, yet beautiful arti?
cles for Gift Purposes.
Our Line ot
is unexcelled, even in many
larger places. Come and
see for yourself No obli?
gation t<> buy.
Jeweler and Optician,
Woodstock - - Va
SHAFFER has all kinds"1 ?
ot Xmas Goods.
He can save you some
/\ nd it is policy to go
?"?V there tirst
For money saved ts
J* rom the smallest article
Even then it is worth
your while to
Remember he leads in
See our French candy 5
cents per lb. Choco?
late drops 10 cents
| J. L. SHAFFER.
We Can Fit
cl Ii ?
"Schloss Baltimore Clothes"
are ina.le in various models, gracefu!ly"harmonizin? with different forms; Special designs have been
originated for all conceivable figures and the range of selection is so gr. at Sat no matter what your
build yon can be accurately and quickly fitted in these splendid Ready*for Service Clothes.
C?T**?rt>? l?ie> Br
SCMLOJS MOS A ca HL
f>: CUeU. M.k.? V f\
Mew. .4 M.w v.>,i, V
They are Clothes of Character ior Gentlemen.
Distincrivener, both in weave and pattern?design and workmanship mark these Clothes Beauti
ul they bear the stamp of good taste and are favored by the best dressed men everywhere.
$6.00 to $20.00.
W. M. CALVERT
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si4^s*iwtt^w-us.ir-*L ????wsf as ?,'?-? SjSJHCyCHI
A Thousand Gin Suggestions and a Thous-1
and Chances to save on your Christmas I
spending. Jewelry is the best of Christmas j
gifts and you can give it this year without strain?
ing your pocket by selecting them now._
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We Bought at a Great Reduction and Pass the Benefit
Right on to You.
From St to Qt,
C&rving .Sets and
a thousand ot lier
Special Astounding Values in Toilet Sets
which we offer at very nearly the wholsale price. Select ur gifts early, while choice is
irreatest and you can shop in comfort. Any article reserved on payment of a small deposit.
A hadsome china souvenir with views from Woodstock, burned in, free to all purchasers to the
amount of $3 and over.
You'll Pay More if You Wait Until Later.
R. L. Bargelt,
RELIABLE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,