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Half a Cent a
FOIt ALE Coal stoie, pood com
irode. 1503 Anthony street. -S0
HEAL ESTATE FORaYe
FOn SALE-Splendid building lot on
Uniiersity avenue, W by 233 feel. Price.
jlMO. F. A. llenninger. 4l-tf
FOIt RENT Cood eleven room, fully
nwlen house; too third, furnished. On
iut-i Nirri inn iiiiitKi irom university ;
two Mock trom uroaduay.
int house. Possession at oner. Phone
519. Cary & Frasier, AH Exchange Na
ili.na! Bank Bl.lg. CF-50
FOR KENT-Two unfurnished first
lloor rooms for light housekeeping Call
at 1507 Winder St. R48tf
FOR RENT-Furnished houvs on Tlnl
l avenue. Phone 774 green. G 49
LOST AD FOUM)
LOST Between Academic Hall and
Paikcr Mrmorial Hospital, a jeweled
Beta Sigma Omirron pin, engraved with
name Ida Rhra Pearson. Reward if re
turned to 715 Ilitt St. Plione 275-green.
i i -.
LOST A Missouri seal ring of heai)
(old Phone 58 reil. .I-J7tf
LOST A black case containing glas.s-1
es with tortoise shell rims. Plione fcai
I OST A cold rin bearine AIdIu Chi
Sigma crest with pearl on each end. Re-j
turn to Missouriap office. C-42 tf '
1 (IST-Karir riili In a t r.ntiimnff i'
two day Iwoki. Uaw at Missouiian o8ice
.r call 1102 Green. Reward. I
LOST Friday diamond ring set in
LOST A pair of shell rimmed glasses
in a black case, probably at the Co-Op.
Reward. Phone y74.Creen. M41lf
LOST Pair shell rimmed r)cglassea
Thursday. Probably at ball game. Re
ward. Nathan aV Ntf
I OST OR STOLEN-I'art) wlw took
army boot from a residence on CsI
lege aeilUf will plea's- leasr them on
lawn of same place some dark nighu
1 OST gold ilorine in Gdlege Inn
Saturday night -between 10 and 10:30.
Reward. M. .Miller, 109 Hut. Phone
379 Red. .M-W,tf
Ii)ST Boston Bull pup. Finder
please return to Catherine Ware, 306
S. 9tb St. W-13tf
BOARD AXU L0l)010
FOR RENT Room for students 1217
E. Broadway. Phone 589. J-44tf
WANTED Boarders at 715 Ilitt St.
P.reaVfast from 7:15 to 8.30 o'clock.
Sunday evening dinner sened. Phone
275 Giren after 6 pm. C-34tf
FOR RENT A nice room. $15 Plione I
1240 green. . M-4R(J,
... ; ; r" i
1UK Iir..M two furnished rooms lor
men students. Modern houe; lialf M.ick
from West Campus, l'j blocks fnun
Broadway, near Y. -M. C. A. 801 Lo
cust street. Phone 1321. L-48lfi
BOARDERS WANTED-at 1205 Pa
quin, ery convenient to Agricultural
State of MissncrJ, County of Boone, ss.:
In the Circuit Court. October Term, 1920.
Joseph Ik Grady and Annie Crady,
The unknown 'heirs, consorts. deviees
donees, alienees and immediate, mesne,
remote, voluntary and involuntary
grantees of William B)are deceased.
an of Anderson Woods deceased, and
cf Samuel Batie deceased, and of Sam
uel Beatie, deceased, and of Samuel
Brattie deceased, and of James Laugli
Iin deceased, and of Sarah Brattie de
ceased, and of Sarah Ann Snoddy de
ceased, and of Sarah A. Snoddy de
ceased, and of Mary G. Brattie deceas
ed, and of Elizabeth J. Bealtie deceas
ed, and of Mary E. Brattie deceased,
and of Mary Brattie deceased, and of
William Brattie deceased, and of Wil
liam N. Brattie deceased, and'of David
Brattie deceased, and of David F.
Beanie deceased, and of Samuel A
-Mutchmorc. deceased, and
11. Mutrhmnrr deceased, ami
.Mutihmore slrasrtt, jn.t -'FiMe ,m',h, flt.t dj ..f the nrst rrpular
IWJ decMI. n.l of Sarah Btur rani0filW court 10 Mi at ,fae
r n L"V1 I
of Robert A. '
nminy urccjsni, '
latr .lcrMSfsi. ana m -
Ilrath arascd. and ol Jolin Knl,'-
wn .Wea-ed. ami ol John Kobisnn.
rrasrd. and of William .!. Kob-'t
instin drrrased. and ol William M.
JIobion derrased. and of L. A. Ups-
iomh deceased, and ol Laura A, Lip
scomb, deceased. The County of Coone. ,
Thomas C Lipscomb, Jennie M. -Mar-fhall
and-'Neal U. Marshall her hus
hand. William IL Banls. Anita M.
Taller, formerly Anita M. Hani.
Qinton S. Ilanss. Mary It. Kernuik.
formerly Mrs. M. IL BanVs SJiuernun.
frn.ly Mary R. BsDits William H.
Srhuetroan, W.'ll- Slwermsjj, Corne
lia U McAfee, and C L. Mf Alee, I)e
THE STATE OF MISSOURI. t il"
above named unknown defendants and
to the non resident defendants, Thom
as C Lipscomb, Jennie M. Marshall.
Neal R Marshall. William R. Ibi.
AuiU M. TarVer. Ointon S. Iljnls.
Mary R. Kermaclc. W. II. Schuerman.
in.n,l, L. McAfee. C L. McAiee,
and William II
Word a Say.
onpns. Phone 1231 green.
rOR KENT Rooms near l.'uiutsit).
riwne 3W Ked. n-Sl
WANTED .TO ' RENr-FurnUhcd
cpartment or light housekeeping rooms
after January 1. Address S, care of Mis-
ULEIIKS Mm or women. oer 17.
'"llW1 J,a'1 Service. $125 montlu
kipeiieiicr unnecessary. For free par
ticli'lais'of examination, write 1!. Tcm,
room-jfornler Civil Service Examiner, 264 G,n!
tincntal Building. Washington, 1). C.
UEALEsTATE-rWe tuv. sell,
end'exchange real estate of all kinds. II
iou liae proper!) for ale or eichange
it eight be to ) our interest to see us.
We have cash bujers now for hou pric
ed from r20OO to 000. last our prop
t wirii um. T. F Wisdom H-rally Co,
Eirfiange Back Building, room 441, phona
TUTORING WAMT.D-Snanlsh stu
dents when an difficulty see or call Carlos
Monlevrrde. experienced Spanish leach'
er and uatne Suih American. Regular
clashes il desired. WW Lowry street.
Phone 961. M-3'M
. "SIfiTAflox VAi:A.vr"
WIXVTFIWA woman to wash dnlies.
illMiVsouri acenne. Phone
Reliable, ambitious man
Accident Insurance Lo,
nig, L Ixiuh, .Mo.
SAI ESMAN WANTEIP-Permanent,
exclusive proposition, eo-operating with
poultry raisera of Boone, county. Can
prote that our men average $100.00 a
week. Many make much more. Should
hate team or car and $300 00 capital
This will bear strictest investigation. See
Mr. Carncs Saturday evening or Sun-
da), Boone Tavern. C-18tf
r LODGE NOTICES
ACCIA LOGE, N.u 602, A. F. i A. M
Tint.. Budding. Ilitt and Bioada
Ttiesib) Evening. Noem
her 2. at 7:30 p. in.
lliinl Degree. A Stale
Lodge of lnstructi.n will
be held Wednesday,
Thubda$ and Friib), November 3, 4
and 5. Visitors welcome.
II. IZ Kernpster, W. -M.J.M- Lon?iScc.
Na 114. A. F. & A. M.
7:30 p. tn, Thursday, Oe.
t.-lier 28. Work in
Thiid degree. Members
urged to attend. Visiting
Victon.Sec J. F. Oliver, W. M--Novvell-Bldg.
I. O. O. F. No. 207.
Regular meeting every
Monday night. Boone
building. Visitors al-
" B. F. Baker. Sec.
oli are hereby notilied that by an
order of the Circuit Court of Boone
County, .Missouri, tof date October 4,
that an action has been commene.
amst you in tlie Circuit Court ol
County. Missouri, affecting the
the following described lands
lenements lying, being and situate
ne County. Missouri, towit: 80
the West half of the Southwest
er, and 14 and 11-100 acres the
part of the West half of the North-
westquarter described as follows: Be
ginning at the Southeast corner thereof,
thence North 8J!9 chains, thence West
20.36' cliains to the West line of the
WesV, half of said Northwest quarter,
thence. South 5 cliains to the Sdulhwest
corner thereof, thence South 82 degrees
and 10 minutes East 20.30 chains to the
beginning, both tracts in Section One
(J); also Fift)four (SM acres off of
the East side of the Southeast quarter
of Section Two (2), except a strip of
grourwl ..TJ leei wirjr oil Ol llic r-i-i riue
Mr jHa f
I Roy Fowler, . G,
Mmuei -,h,rl'rrespnrj for a road; all in Tovn
i , ff"! 'ship! rorty-ight (481 of Range Thir-
, . , iccn i ui , Sim" pt- .n .. .......
I JjM.. olht, fir,f j (f (I)(. nt rrpil3
. itiiv u..h rant wfii.s.n 1st rsiitrn
ICCn '!' "ivj pt " .ss.s..
lffBl.or,lMJ court to be held at tfc
Court HoVY in the city .f Columbi.
i ' i.s.ri .. XfnMi'
ICnurt Hosc in lho city l Ijjlumbia. i
IVm Coiini. Missouri, on Monday,
UANUAM 3, y2I, v.hrn and where nu
- , of ,!,,; de.
Imd such action: otherwise plaintills
' r" , .. . .,i t.;i:rr.'
petition will be taken as confessed and
judgment rendered accordingly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS "my liand as clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of Uone County, Missouri,
and Ae eal of said court. Done at of
fice 111 Columbia. Missouri, this 4th day
I sua) n. 5- TOLLARI). CtiitK
,N T. OnTwT. H Maiuoie Qtii!.
!Atty. for riff.', Iuly-
Ijisi inaefliaa Nord.
6 BptX OF rtTBLlCATIOX.
Sif ;MIsouri, County of Coone, 1
Grtdl Court. .cK.br Term, 13OT.
Leslie J. Sin" snJ M,,'r Ednl Sim
- aimt U63&j)
unLnoon heirs, fonvorts, devisees.
In the Field of Spot t
TIGERS HAVE SLIGHT EDGE '
OVER SQOSERS V PAST
A -victory for Oklahoma over Missouri
Saturday would mean the tying up of the
series of annualclashes between the two
institutions. In ten years of football,
Missouri has earned five victories ami a
lie. A victory for the Sooners would put
the two schools on an even basis. The
s,ores of previous years are as follows:
1902 Ii-souri. 22: Oklahoma. 5.
1910 Missouri. 26; Oklahoma. 0.
1911 lis-ouii. li; Oklahoma. 14.
1912 Missouri. 14; Oklahoma, 0.
1913 Missouri. 20; Oklahoma. IX
1914 Missouri 0; Oklahoma. 3.
1915 Mivsouri. 23; Oklalwrna. 14.
1917 Missouri. 7; Oklaluima, 14.
19i9 Missouri, (; Oklahoma, fi.
TIGER RESERVE rOJTFR
TO (0FKOT SOOFRS
While-tbc coaches are frauU) worried
over the outcome of the Oklatimj game
Satutda) and are impressing on ever)
member of the varsity squad the fact tliat
the crisis of the season is at band; never
theless, thev feel ilia I the Tigers have a
reserve wer tliat lias never lirrn.a!!ed
upon in the games sa far.
"There is latent power in the liark
field." avs Coach Miller, "tliat has never
bren useiL We have never had our full
strength lieliind the line so fur this sra -
ion. me ol tliese itavs tliey will get
under wa iierltaps this Saturday., While
Lewis and FullhtightsMere injurnl in the
Drake game and Novinter ami Humes
have not completely recovered from the
injuries whn h have been huldinglLrni
back. the are al least able to 1m- uced.
.Mi-,-Muri lias the heaviest and best
line in its hi,ior). The line wilt do its
pjll. The roach then spoke about Rlu
.co.cn ...en ,p..we about K.u-
II be out of the game for somes.
he e,,. Wi.li all In, 95 i
mer wlhi will be 1.1
time. "1 co
tackles in thi
pounds he is last, and what is more jin
poitant he has the first prerequisite of
a tirst class football player be is ill
there from the shoulders up."
Hardin, who will be used in the Soon
er game, is getting into littler shape rv
ery da). Last ear, due to injuries, he
was unable to start in the lineup until
the Oklahoma game. This season lie i
better able to siart tlian Iat )ear.
IFFFtRSO (ITY FILL
l-LAi HERE TOMORROr
Oilumbia Ilij;h Srlund vvill play
donees. alienee, and immediate, me
ne, remttte. oluniar and involuntary
prantee of Jnhn Dunlop deceased, and
of Jamn Dunlup deceased, and of Wil
liam ,N. u runs ugh deceased, and tu
William IL South deceased, and 1
Sunn I). SjuiJi deceasetL and of Sutan
Siuth deceacdt and of Njutre Ship
ley decea&c!, and of James W. Ship
ley deceased, and of Sarah J. Shipley
deceased, and of T. D.Ca)ton deem
ed, and of Thomas D. Cayton deceas
ed, and of James S. Hosell deceased
and of John IL 'Utile deceavd, John
A. KoeIl, J. C Schnabe iid Laura
I). Schwabc Iw wife, J. W. hchuabe,
Jamesi W. Schwabe and Maud L.
Schwabe UU wife. U late ephens,
L. Stephens and Ida IL Stephens
hU wife, W. F Belden and Minnie
D. Belden UU wife, II. H. EWdhead
Harry 11. Rroadliead and Mary P.
Rroadliead his wife, and FUie 11. Lan
faster, S. F. Conley and Oerttude B.
Gtnley hi wife, Ella A. Pnictor, Ella
PrDrtur. Mary II. Slattern and Fjja
J. Baiterton, Defendant,
nin STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above nameil unknoHii drfendauis and
to the noli resident defendant, Jolin
A. I.oH. John A. II.-ll. II. II.
Uroadhead, Harry II. Iiruadhead, Mary
F. Ilroadltead, Elie 15. Lancaster.
Mary II. Slaw son and Etta J. I tj tier
Ynu are beif-hy notified that by an
onler ! tlie Circuit sLoutt ol llonie
County, Miatouii, of dale Octnher 4,
1920, that an aith.n lu-t ltn commenred
against )ou iu the Qrrmt iurt ol
Ilotitie Count), Missouri, alfet ling the
title to the following described lands and
tencmeftlft, )ing, being and situate in '
BocLt Gtunt), Missouri, lowit: Fort)1
(40) teres the Southwest Ouarler of the
Southeast Ou-rtcr of Section Tliirteen
(13), "Township Fifty (501 of Range
Fourteen (14); which said action Is re
turnable on the first day of the next
regular term of this court to be held at
the Court Hituse in the city f Columbia.
Itjone County, Missouri, on MniDiY,
Jalary 3, 1921, -when and where yu
may appear ami anther or otherwi-e de
fend Mitli aclin; otherwise plaintiff'
)etition will be taken as coMe-tieri and
iudemcnt rendereil acrordmfly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS m hand as ilcik of tlw Cir
cuit Court l llounc County, Missouri,
and the seal of- said court. l)one at
office in Columbia, Missouri, this 4th
lay of October, 1920.
JL S. POLLARD, CmiK
. T. G&tbt, Jly .MAitiomr Okinii,
Any. for riffs. - Dcf ay.
Lat insertion Nor. 6.
Notice fa hereby given, that letters, of
Administration on the Estate of Susan A.
Oabbert deceased, erc granted to the
underi:ncd on the 20th day of Scntrio
ler 1920, bv the Probate Court of Buone
Uiunlr, .itisMun. nil persons iijuiij;
claims aplnst said EtUK are required
to exhibit them for allowance to the Ad
micIsTrater within sit months after the
late of said Letters, or they may be pre
eluded from anv benrCt of said Estate;
and if such claims be not eilubiied with
in one year flora the date of lis- last in
srrtion of the publitation ol tins notoe,
they shall be foiever barred.
Ibis 20th day of September, 19M.
Attest: H. A. Collier, W. K. Stone
Judgt of Probate Administrator
TTIE COLUMBIA EVENING MKSOURIAN.-THURSDAY, OCTODER
I of the hardest games of its season tomor.
row afternoon when it nve,ts Jefferson)
City at 2 JO o'clock on Cauthorn Field,!
farrflrdinr to I. J. Shv. eoach of the team.
Columbia defeated Jefferson Cty al Jef-J
ferson (at) by a score of 7 t 6 eltbeij
in the season instead of Jefferson City
defeating Columbia as was puMislvd in)
)esterday's Missouriaru Jefferson Gt) I
lias had some splendid coaching since!
that time. Nations,- last )ear' roach, i
las come M Ihe assistance of Woods, and
will make the game harder for Columbia.
Fumbling rost the Columbia team
heavily at Jeffeison Gl). Mr. Shy a)s
tliat the Columbia Irani lias improved 10U
per cent on the defense and 73 per ctnt
on the offense since that time.
Tlie line-up for the beginning of the
game tomorrow will be: Ca-sid), le;
Stewart, It; P)att. Ig; Woodworth, c;
Wilhite. rg; Fveihart. it: C) Hoggins,
te; Heibel. qb; Cecil Coggins, Ihb;
eitman, rhb, .and Undetbill. fb.
S(WFR ROOTtRS i
TO (DUE smiRif
p?Ul 1st lh UtMMIUJI. . I
tNttKMsvN, Oijtt, O.! 23. Trantrting
,N"irrbnJ la the staid lrrrlt ( C'lumJ
Ibia Mill be lh minion if 5i "Jazz
Hum...-." Univrrsit) of OUalitina rninjt '
i.rfar.iaii.in, thai ill afrempany lltri
Stwo-! on ihfir !ouri iruam ihu
Final plan have lrrn maik. Tin'
"HiMiml H! lrat in ntiat iapiiih'
lltr unitrrit) i-atn Fridi) ntn, (.Mober I
2M, ami uill irarh Columbia at nMii Sat-j
Tli itulrnt .ll immluiflv lut on
-tunt. Alih-iufth the jtlaitn .f thp organ
iiattoti tu bilnz abrtip the fiOpIrrc U. 0. t
T. C banJ did not rulitiuult. fibiush '
,. v j
fc J, lnJ Mte
neu fitmn late Lten atrangtl ta Lt-t-p lluM
ii-tl v, lute tliuk i
rnl frz rapi with!
1-lioH-fc that the
linkup of their co. i u me.
Thm trlp uerr made last rar. The
trip in 1UI1 is, Tex, tt ihe tate fair va1
the hi?Ket piece id tmt tuHnadvttti-- j
ing that I be univrrf-it) lia lud in eai
Hus ear. Gluinlila will be the firM trio!
for, :hi f.rder, alttiotigh DraVe at TlianVu-
jfi.inp, aril the (ILIaltoina AeruuJtural;
and Rechauiral rollrge pa me at Stillna-'
ler will be made. ,
The OdumbiJ trip was taken this jeai
in prefrtence to the Washington game lr
taue it was felt here thai the friendly
!ivaion by Sooiirrs would increase the
pirtt of malry between tlie two scjwnts
and al-o bring the OLlahomans into new
lerritor) asfar as rooting organizations
COLD V EAT UFlt ADDS
' TO TIGhBS STORK
Fan wlit bravet) ihe cold tn watch (lie
Tigers prartire yesterday aflerntM.n cine
awav vith a ferluig of encouragement
3er ihe fmtcnme ft the coming battle
with I le Sooner. Ulule it was i hit
slippery underfixit, the weather wa oth
erwise ideal for football and the men dis-l
plaeTa push and igor which V a used the
coaches to remark tliat it was the pep
piest workout of the year.
"Mlan Lincoln was used for a major
portion ol tlie wnmmage and for the
firit lime siute itie start of the season the
Lig Uelh-ter, Groves lo real( found
Lim-elf. Time after lime he fomil hW
U.le and tarried the lull through the
line r long gaint. On end runs and
nagging pases tin woik. was equally, el
fectite. But it is on interference that Lin
coln Viowi Iiis real ability. He ftpikcs
liard and rarely fails to take an end out
of the pla. In the comparatively (bght
harLfuM ufed la4 night he loomed up
like a eritable giant. - .
The tauity waA on offence during the
entire uracil e. Straignt Iiaouiall, line
Lurks and end runs varied occasionally 4
with passes made up the program,.'
Knight, Kerhhaw, Spueller and INovinger
t.ere ueI to good effect and can be re
lied on to plug a Imle in the bark field if
he occasion arises. Humes and Wil
hams wrre given a muth neetled rest. '
V, last night uw a decided improve
n.rnt in the bockfirld and like olas
Heathfr, things look luinhter in the Tiger
.imp llun lhe lave s far this week.
men school aims
CHOOSE TEAM CAPTAlS
The cirls basket hall teams of Golum
bia lliili SMbmiI lave elected tlelr cap-"
tain for the coming fccan. Helen
Hughes was cluisen fr the emor team,
Margaret Now II fr the junior team,'
Frances . lle.i for tlie Miphomon team
ud Ma Turner for the freoliman team.
Th; ffediman -fiuait is not et cmple;e
but ihey hape to bem the serie'of rlas t
1. ft. GIRLS rA wvr.s
I OR TS BY IllkISC
Hiking is one if ithe forms of sport
by v.hich University irls via iN.iii:s for
tlass numerals and Ms. Ihuler
crtisiuti if Marzarrl C Iiart.
taking fie and teu mile hikes. Each
f'"- '!" lounls a point towards ll
ten pom's 'tequired for winning numer
als and eligibility for the Women's Ath
letic Association. Credit for a maximum
of fifty miles is alloued each term by lho
W. A. A. and all hiker mul be in thn
company of a W. A. A. giiL
Rie hike supenisiirs have been ap
Kinted wlm know the official lukiu;
nuds and tules. Tlies are: AiMe Mu-
enclt. Acnes Th.im-'r, licrnnV IVwinv
Ruth Hibbard and Marvel Smith.
RACE IS SCHEDULED ' y
BEFORE b.. If. G IME V
Coach Robert I. Simpson anpouocedl
jesterday tbit a dual en country meet .
xilli Kansas wuuld l lield uete
Tlunkigivine Pay. Itjis probable tlutt
tue lace lieiiiinine in front of the soul
It.-l.... ...II L I . .1... it. I S
utrsuri, rim itr arranr.1 ?. iimi M4
runners will finish ju-t he.-iruhe foot-'
We Jrlnrc in all parti f (Ue cn, 0.
U. B,.uj.pI1 Mc Co Wione 681. dv.'r
OLD TRAIL'S FERRY -
6:30 a. in. Capacity 14 Cars 7:30 p. m.
Cars, $1.00 anil war tax. Special trips any time at night.
During the foothall season will cross all cars at night at
Rocheport Ferry Co.
J. W. COX, Manager Rocheport, Missouri
I rrr-i 1
TIipso new Tiger-Slriped'Root-t'l'
Iiiilliui- art' the tlope. Now
uu Nth- .it
Co-0p - Palms
Get Ready for Barnwarming!
Wc'rfiii 0ir.iIU and Jumper1; for this occasion
New York Store
3 p. in.
f ' V by Harold MicGtalh
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Six Reels of Fairbanks Humor
Thrills - Love - Speed -Action
Dorrr think its an Oidfnary
Qicture it!s "Dour"
Super-fied in a United f
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gs JVafK. i tainastoresults.BakingsjeverfaiI g
$CMt M I because Calumet never falls below I fj
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do of most other Baking Povders.
Because it has more than the or
dinary leavening strength. You
save about half on its use.
You don't have to pay a big
crate price. It always has been.
And that represents another saving.
It possesses the highest quality
ever put into a Baking Powder. Con
tains only such ingredients as have
been officially endorsed by United
States Food Authorities.
For weeks, for months it keeps as
fresh and full of strength as the day it
left the Calumet Factories, tlie World's
Largest, most Sanitary and Modem
Baking Powder plants.
Every spoonful of every can is the
same pure and dependable. Try it
A pound can cf Calumet contains full
lgoz. Some baking powders comeln
12 oz. cans instead of J6 02. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you yantit.
CLOTH AXD SILK BCTTeSS
Make Ihe ileat Trimmings for
Dreses. We make them for yon tn
the premises in all Styles and Sura
the same day you order.
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