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WKDNESUAY, DEC. 3, 1902,
—Fred liuchholz was a Dubuque vis
—John Cameron waa a Manchester
—Mary Glissendorf epent Thanks
giving at Dubuque.
—Mrs. Thomas Coleman, of Ehler,
•spent Monday In this city.
—W. E. Gildner was a Nora SprlngB
visitor over ThankBglvlng.
—Mrs. J. W, May ard Mrs. Dave
Grove spent Thursday at Cedar ltapids.
—Geo, N- Hear and wife, of Peters
•.! burg, were Manchester visitors Satur
—James Coleman, of Adams town
ship, was a business visitor to this city
—Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Smith an
guests of relatives and friends at Coi
--Miss l.ottie Uoney, of Indepen
dence, was an over Sunday visitor witli
relatives In this city,
—Mrs. ,1. Roache who has been th*
guest of friends here, departed for hei
home at Solon Mon1ay.
—Miss Pearl Pierce of Cedar Fall*
was the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo Pierce, last week.
—Mr. and Mrs. T. W. SummeraidfP
left Thurxday morning for Postville,
la,, to Bpend a week with relatives.
—Miss Maye Carey left Monda
mornine for Iowa city where she goet
to study to become a trained nurse.
—The Mvatic Workers meet with Mr.
Bnd rs. Fr»-d Carey, Friday evening,
Dec. 6 it 7:30. Election of officers.
—Mr, and'Mrs. D. B. Allen speni
1 Thanksgiving at Cedar Rapids, guests
of their daughter, Mrs. Andrew Hart.
—Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carr were
guests of the letter's sister, Mrs. W. P.
Powell at Cedar Rapids Thanksgiving.
—Miss Fannie Wagner, of Emmets
burg, left Saturday for Cedar Rapids,
wbere sbe is attending the Business
—Uriah Morey, who has been visiting
friends and looking after his property
Interests here, returned this evening to
Earlville, N. Y.
—Miss Miude Carey leaves today
(Tuesday) for Pecatonica, III., to attend
the wedding of Claude A, Colby and
Miss Viola Atwood.
—The thirty-seventh annual conven
tlon of the Iowa State Agricultural
Society will be held at Dee Moines from
Dec 8 to 12 inclusive.
—Letters addressed to VVm. Cameron,
Jesse Rigney, Charley Smith, and Ed
win Nicholson are unclaimed at the
poBt office in this city.
—Miss Alice Walters and Edith
—Mrs. A. A. Anderson and children.
Gertrude and Herbert, departed, Sun
day, for Chicago where they will Bpend
the winter. Herbert is a student at the
—"The Pixies" the entertainment
which was to have been given by the
pupils of the public scboolB Dec. 12, haB
been postponed. The entertainment
II be given som-time in January
Watch for the date.
—Miss Nellie Fober of Masonviile
and Rev. J. J. Williams of Homer, Ih.,
were united In marriage at the borne oi
the bride'B parents at Masonviile,
Thanksgiving evening at 6o'clock, Rev.
Caul, pastor of the Baptist church of
this city officiating.
Harry Toogood left yesterda)
morniug for Blloxi, Miss., in respons'
•x to a telegram, which brought the sao
information of the sudden and serious
Illness of his Bunt, Mrs. Jane Bethel,
who went to Blloxi several weeks ago'
to spend the winter.
—Marriage licenses have been issued
during the past week by Clerk Georgen
toT. W. Patterson and Gretchen
Jakelin,John J. Williams and Nellie
C. Fober, Alvin U. Johnson and Mamie
E Scanlon, Edwin E. AnnlB and Vir
ginia Ralubird.R. Griffith and Merle
at the Cedar Rapids
Business College, spent Thanksgiving
with their parents In this city.
—There was a large attendance at the
Old Folks' Concert' at the City Hall
Tuesday evening and those who missed
the entertainment missed a rare traet.
—The showing made by the Flrat
atlonal Bank in its Btatement in this
IsBue, is an exceedingly satisfactory one,
and speaks well for the management oi
that solid financial institution.
—The total number of pieces of mail
bandied by the mail carriers from this
city fur the past month was 29,786
The largest number was carried b)
Earl U-il is on Route No.
and wbo carried 5119 pieces.
—"The Modern Woodman" at the
Central Opera House Thanksgiving
evening, drew a crowd that taxed tht
capacity of the house. The local lodge
realized about 8100 from the entertain
E. Elder, C. J. Durns and Carrie E.
Houser, W illiam Hennesey and Maud
—The Young Ladies' Society of the
Conuregational church will hold
bazaar in the church parlors WedneB
day, December 10th. They will have a
Que line of fancy articles, a large assort
merit of dreBsed dolls, fancy and plain
aprons, a display of burnt wood and
leather, band-painted china and deli'
clous home-made candy. Supper is to
be nerved by the Ladies' Society of the
When Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen re
turned from their recent visit with rel
atives in the east, they brought with
them an old family Bible which is an
heirloom in Mrs. Allen's family. It IB
a translation of the Scriptures into the
German language by Martin Luther,
with elaborate marginal references,
,„i ".'.illustrations, concordance and historical
S^^notes. The volume was printed at
5x"i-i„T)J'BasBlI Switzerland, in the year 1778, and
fi" mty properly be called a mammoth in
Jk8'26, I' '81® Inches long, 10 inches wide,
inches in thickness and weighs 11
pounds. It also contains a blrtb and
death record, the greater part of which
is in German, of Mrs, Allen's ancestors
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OFFIOIAL PAPER OP COUNTY AND OITY.
—Mrs, Enoch Allen ts at Westgate,
Geo. Amaden'departed Monday for
lohn Nix departed Monday on a
business trip to Kansas.
M. W. Sheldon and A. O. Moore are
at Hot Springs, Arkansas.
—Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rann were
Dubuque visitors Tuesday.
G. C. Edmunds and Miss Bessie
Edmunds are Chicago visitors.
—Webb Lampman took in the Chi
cago live stook show last week.
—Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Summersides
spent last week with relatives at Post
—M. S. Holland of Slater, la, was
the guest of friends in this city over
Clark Satterlee, of Cedar FaMp,
spent part of laBt week with friends in
—Mrs. Will McCafTery of Waterloo
opent Thanksgiving with relatives In
—Marshall Sweeney, of Osage
MattleShav, of Delevan, W"-
-onnln. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
I. F. SchBrles.
—Harry Kenyon of Chicago was th
euest of relatives and friends in this
city last week.
—W, H. Norrls and family were at
Cherokee last week, guests of Dr. aid
Mrs. F. P. Webber,
—Miss Francis Wagner, ef Emmet*
bttrg, was the guest of friends In t' iF
city part of last week.
—Ben Hamblin, of Cedar
was the guest of relatives and
in this city over Thanksgiving.
—Mrs. Chas. Cur1 is, of Wauwauto-,
Wisconsin, was the guest of her frlen
vtiss Clara Commerford, last week.
—There will be a meeting of the W.
A. Morse Post at the G. A. R. rooms
this evening for the election of officer?.
—E, W. Kirkpatrick and family de
parted Tuesday for Lawton, Oklahom
vhere they will make their futu
—Mre. B. Root, of Ft Dodge and Miss
Francis Lattner of Colorado Sprint
were guests of their Bister, Mrs. John
Georgen last week.
—Next Tuesday, December 9, Is th
regular meeting of the M. W. A.
sides the annual election of officer-,
there Is a candidate to Initiate. An
Neighbors should turn out.
—The Y. P. C. U. of the TJ. B.
church will give a basket social at tbe
home of Frank Slack Friday, December
Ladies are requested to bring ful
basketB. Hot coffee will be served. A
cordial invitation to all.
—The members of the Jones Mill
Grange will bold their regular meeting
on Saturday Dec. 6, at 10:00 a. m., fot
their annual feast, and tbe election oi
ifilcers. All members requested to be
present, by call of W. M.
—Prof. Atkinson reports 183 pupils
to be out of school on account of the
vaccination bee held at tbe public
schools last week. These pupils are
requested to keep up with their studies
as far as possible while at home so as to
be able to take tbe coming examine
—Miss Merle Elder and Robert L*
Griffith, of Dubuque, were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
oarentB, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Elder
Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs.
Griffith will make their home in Da
xuque. The newly married couple
lave a host of friends who extend their
—At 4:30 Thanksgiving afternoon
Rev. Caul pronounced the ceremony
which united in marriage Miss Carrie
Houserof this city and C. J. Downs, of
Waterloo. Mine Houser has many
friends who wish her and her husband
happiness and prosperity In their mar
red life.Mr. Downs is ileld foreman of
he Waterloo canning factory.
—Mre. A. C. Carter returned Wed
nesday from an extended viBit with her
daughter, Mrs. Lulu Mlilner and other
friends in the vicinity of Rockford, 111.,
tnd on Saturday morning, Mr. Carter
was summoned by telegram to Beloit,
Wisconsin, to bury his sister, Mrs. Nor
ris. Mr. and Mrs. Carter have our
sympathy in their bereavement.
Note the cut in prices. In tbe ad. of
^charles, the tailor.
That fur coat shown in Gildner Bros
id. IB a good looker.
Kalamlty Thorpe Invites you to visit
his plunder Btore and see bis Christmas
J. C. Belknap will have an auction
sale next Tuesday on his farm four
mlleB north of Ryan. For particulars
see bis advertisement
Attention is called to the announce
ment of Carhart & Nye, the Franklin
street hardware dealers. Query. Is the
picture in their ad. a representation of
May Skinner Barnd.
The earliest beams of every morn
Fall on som»* mourner's bead,
And flit in mockery across
The dylug and the dead
The light of every parting sun
Finds sorrowful repone,
On new-made graves whose turf was stUl.
Unbroken wLen ho rose.
How many are cutoff in the morning
of life and in all the vigor and hopes of
youth. How many are wisely, yet to
us myeterlouBly,called away from places
of usefulness, but what we know
not now, we shall know hereafter for in
the administration of tbe world there ii
no error, and He who notices tbe fall of
a sparrow, orders well the issues of
life by bim the days of our life are
numbered no lesB than tbe hairs of our
We were greatly pained on Sunday
morning last, to hear that tbe Death
Angel bad claimed for bis own, Mrs
May Skinner Barnd, youngest daughter
of Mrs. Amanda Skinner, of tbis place,
and beloved wife of John Barnd, of
the West Side.
May was born and reared In Manches
ter and was the darling of the home
tbat bas been made vacant by ber re
$hebad been married bat foot short
months and was but eighteen years of
age at tbe time of her demise.
When the Good Shepherd would draw
his wandering Bheep away from danger,
there Is no more effective way to allure
to brighter worlds than by removing
our brightest objects of affection here,
for where our treasure la, there will our
hearts be also.
Oh I What a destroyer is death!
What a harvest of tearB and of broxen
hearts has he been reaping in our little
city of late, but in the words of Wm.
Cowper we are forbidden to murmur but
we are not forbidden to regret,and whom
we loved tenderly while living we may
ill pursue with an affectionate remem
brance. Without having »any occasion
to charge ourselves with rebellion
against the Sovereignty that appointed
separation and to the bereaved mother,
later, brother and husband we would
say that there is comfort in tbe thought
that your dBritng dose not suffer any
She hns gone ID the springtime of life
Kre her iky bad been dimmed by a cloud.
Whtle b«r heart with the rapturo ot lovo I
was yet rife,
•he guest of friends in this cityThank'
Krom the lorrows that once o'er her young
Like a dream of the night she hath flown.
The sprlog In Its lovellnesi dressed
Will return with the musl winged hour*,
But May will come back never ntnre,
For she si -eps 'Death the sod and the flowers
Yes, Hweetiy she res free from pain
And a soul nath gone home to Us Uod:
Anew harp Is Ntrunjr and anew song 1"
11. W. Tattle of the Congregational
On July 11 of tbe summer just paened
occurred tbe fiftieth anniversary of tbelr
He leaves a wife, the dear companion
of bis choice, who is nearly heartbroken
at the separation butbears up bravely at
htr loss. Of the 11 children born to them
a-ven are now living, vlz Mrs. Mary
Uilligan, Mrs. Hubert Fierce, Mrs. Har
old Uadley, Jay Dudley (who now owns
the old home), Frank, Fred and Will all
of this vicinity, and all were gathered
-•round him at the closing scene ready
and willing to administer to bis every
want, or to go down close to tbe valley
or tbe shadow with bim. He often ex
pressed his willingness to go from hence
and be at rest, and manifested bis grat
tude for being cared for by hla own
family circle which was always bis wish
and we hope and pray that their meet
ing place shall be:
Where tbe Med Sower (ball freshen
Freihea. nevermore to Cade:
Wbere tbe shaded iky .hall brlghteu,
Brighten never more to Bhude.
Where the morn ahall wake In gladness
And tbe moou the 'V prolong.
Wbere tbo d.iyllitlil dies In fragrance
'MM lllA htlMf nf hnlv anno
'Mid the burst ot bolv song.
Where no shadow sh&tl bewilder,
Where llfe'a Tain parade o'er,
Wbero the sleep of Bio IB broken
Aud tbo dreamer dream* uo wore,
Where the child has found Its father.'.
Wbere the father flods the child,
Where dear families are leathered
That were scattered far and wild.
Where earth'a barren vales shall blossom
Puttlus on their robe of green
And a purer, fairer Kden
Be where only waste* have been
Where the lore that here we Uvish
On the withering leaves of tlmo
Shall have fadeless flowers to fix on
In an ever Sprlng»brlgbt clime, M,
Two Hearts United.
On thanksgiving morning at o'clock
at tbe home of the bride's parentB, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Flaucber, occurred tbe
marriage of their
daughter, Miss Maude,
to Mr. John M. Clark of Forestvllle.
The bride looked very beautiful in
gown of white
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And the hopes oi ber south were unbowed
From the dear onng who lnred her too well
Krom the heart that bad
To the breezes that float o'er the beauties of
Lebbens Chapman Dudley.
Lehbens Chapman Dudley was born
in Bridgeport, Conn., Feb. 14, 1827, and
at tbe age of two years he moved with
his parents to Columbia Co., N. Y.
wbere they resided until tbe year 1850 I
when they moved to Oswego Co., where
he iirst became acquainted with Miss
Sarah A. Edmunds, to whom, on July
11, (832 he waa joined in marriage.
In May, 185(1, they came to Delaware
Co and settled on the old homestead
farm at Spring Branch, where they
dwelt in peace and prosperity, sur
rounded by kind friends and neighbors
In those pioneer days, and wbere their
interesting family of eleven children
were all born and reared, excepting one,
and wbere they shared many of life's
joys and blessings together, and alto
tasted together their bitter In the cup of
life, and through their devotion to each
other bad tbe courage to meet their Eor
rows and disappointments patiently.
Mr. Dudley was a very quiet man but
tever Bpared any pains to give pleasure
those whom he loved, so In tbe dear
familiar old farm home on suutiy
Spring Branch tbey lived and loved Bnd
thrived, for prosperity crowned their
efforts though it was by hardships and
incessant labor that he won.
About 14 years ago, on account of
declining health, owing to those pioneer
days, be rented tbe old home to his eld
est son, Jay, and came with his family
to this city, where be baa since lived iu
peace and plenty, notwithstanding tbe
weary hours of pain from rheumatism
which he has endured at various sea
Mr. Dudley was one of eight children,
having been next to the oldest of the
family and wai the first to break the
family circle of children. William Dud
ley of this place and Calvin of Calhoun
county, brothers of the deceased, were
present at tbe obsequies, which were
held at the home Snnday afternoon
at two o'clock, conducted by Rev
over pink wttb lace
trimming, carrying American Beaut
Tbe groom looked bis best wearing
the conventional black. Tbey were un
attended. The wedding was a very
quiet one, only the Immediate family of
the bride being present. Tbe home
was beautifully decorated with carna
tions and smilax. Tbe bride needs no
words of commendation as she bas lived
iu and around Lamont nearly all her
Tbe groom is a young man In every
way worthy of the young lady of hiB
choice. Rev Ostrich of tbe First Bap
tist church performed the ceremony
tbat united the destinies of tbe young
people for life.—Lamont Leader.
On Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
occurred tbe marriage of Miss Mamie
Scanlan to Mr, Alven JohnBon, of Brook
lyn, i'oweablek.Oo., this atate.
The |brlde Ii the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Scanlan, of Silver
Creek, where tbe wedding took place.
About one hundred and twenty-live
relatives and friends were in attend
ance, Rev. O. H. Taylor performing
,. Numerous costly aud
... Willi fretanU ware presented to the
Nov, 25, 1002,
THE SAINT PAUL FUR COAT
newly married couple.
Mr and Mrs. Johnson will make their
future borne at Brooklyn, for which
place they departed Saturday afternoon.
Their many frit»nd« wish them a long
and happy married life.
HOR», perewt IB 00a$» Ti)
Hteera, per owt 2 50© 3 50
elf en, per cwt 2 50® a 00
Cows, butcher's stock, per cwt 3 oo
Cutters, per cwt 2 00 3 00
Canuers. per cwt 50® 2 00
Turkeys, per Ib 8®10
Ducks, white, per S S
Ducks, dark, per lb 6
Spring Chickens 8
Chickens, per lb 8
Old Ileus, per lb
New Com, per t»u S&&40
Onti. pet bu 23
Hay, wild, per ton 00
Tune nay 7 00 8 00
Potatoes, per bu 40
Butter, creamery, per lb 30
Butter, dairy, per lb v-v 25
Bugs, per doz Iv 18
Timothy teed 1 00
Olvnerseed ... 00
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Oi The First National Bank at Man
chester, in the State of Iowa,
at the .Close of Business,
Loans dud discounts 9311,fW 13
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Stocks, securities, tc ."*•
Bunking Uouso. furniture and ttxtures
Due from Nuttouul Bunks (not re*
Due from approved reserve agents...
Checks and other cash items
Notes of other National Banks
Practioual paper currency, nickels
Lawful monoy reserve in Hunk, viz:
Legal-tender notes ID,000 00 34,503 is
(7. s. Certlf* of Deposit for legal
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasur
er iB per cent of circulation) 625 00
Total 1384,203 12
Capital stock gald in $ 50,000 00
Surplus fund 10,000 00
Undivided protlts. less ospenses and
taxes paid 7.391 07
National Bank notes outstanding.... liftOO 00
Individual deposits subject to check. 'J3
Demand certillcates of deposit 85.012 -2
Time certificate of deposits $ 140,305 00
Total $334,21)3 12
State of Iowa, County of Delaware.—ss.
1, H. A. Granger, cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly sweur that the above state*
ment is true to the best of my knowledge aud
belief. 11. A. Granger,Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beroro mc this 2nd day
of Dec., IIHJQ.
j': E. M. Carr
Correct—Attest: Notary Public.
M. Lottoy Directors.
A. II. Blase
Allagazine Thirty Years Old:—The
Christmas (December) Number of
THE DELINEATOR Is also the
Tnirtioih Anniversary Number.
To do justice to tbis number, which
for beamy aud utility touches tbe high
est mark, it would be necessary to print
the entire list of contents. It IB sulll
cient to state that in it the bestamodem
writers and artists are generously re
presented. The book contains over 230
pageB, with 34 full page illustarations
of which 20 are In two or more colors.
The Magnitude of this December num
ber, for which 728 tons of paper ard six
tonB of ink have been used, may be
understood from the fact that 91 presses
running 14 hours a day, have been re
quired to print It the binding alone of
the edition of '.115,000 copies represent
ing over 20,000,000 sections which had
to he gathered individually by human
Choice Winter Apples tor Sale.
I buy choice New York winter 8p
ples by the car load aud dispose of them
at either wholesale or retail. TtioBe
who want bargains in apples are invited
to call on tbe undersigned at 11. 1(.
Eaton's harness store in Manchester.
47 tf. UKIAH MOUEY.
FUR COATS-FUR COATS!
Business Locals 1
A liret class incubator and 3)£X3?£
camera. Call on or address.
JOHN W. MEiSTEll.
13ox85 Delhi, Iowa.
240 Acre Farm For Bent,
Write J, U. Bolknap, Manchester, Iowa, 43-4wk
Poultry and Eggs.
IleDry IVrciva], manager at Man
chester, IOWB, for the wholesale poultry
and egg house of S. X'. WADLEY, of
Dubuque. 3li-6 mo.
A well Improved ifij acre farm, located 0 inlles
from Manchester This farm will be sold at a
reasonable price. Inquire of O. \V. MII.I.KU.
CHEAP— Residence Property in tills city
l' nquire of Bronson & Carr.
Horses for Sale.
Fourmaree. For terms &c. Inquire of tlie
undersigned on the Bronson & Carr farm ID
Culllus urove TownslilD, WM. STHAUH.
Good resldenco property on Franklin street
28tf J. J. l'ENTON Y.
Farm for Bent.
Tlio LudwlK Schneider farm near Golden Is
offered fo' rent. For terms apply to llronsun &
Now I ain ready to talsc contracts In mason
work of any description.
|^p- rt.oTwww w(»-w "WU.u. Ijwifwu^iwiliw*
1 4 -:f
With the snow nnd winter conies the
thought of heavy furs. Try a "St. Paul Pur
Coat. None Better Marie.'' Racoons, Aust.
Lamb, Russian Calf. Wombat, Black Boar,
Siberian Buffalo, Black Marten, Etc. Do
not buy until you see our immense assort
Holiday Goods Coming in Every
Keep us in mind and remember that we
are showing an elegant line of Smoking Jack
ets, House Coats, Bath Robes and Night
Robes, just the thing for holiday gifts.
Just received, a new line of
Dress Suit Cases, Trunks, Men's
Caps, Mittens, Golf Gloves and
Heavy Wool Socks.
For father or mother,
Brother or sister,
Husband or wife,
Just what you want,
And the price you can pay.
Ranges and heating stoves
Razors and knives,
Carvers and shears,
Tools and utensils.
Farm For Bent.
One so acre furni for rent. Hubort-Carr. 41tf.
CYC1.UNK AN1 TORNADO
Insurance lo Orst clasB companies written and
policies issued by BKONSOK 6 CAHK.
Money to Loan at Low
Rates. Hubert Carr.
Money to Loan.
Monoy to loan on cliattols.
!2-tf J. .1. IIOAG.
Tbe Chicago Great Western R'y, of
fers the choice of three through tourist
cars via different routeB making fast
time and having every comfort. Ask
for booklet about them. 47-7w
The undersigned will offer for Bale at blB farm 4
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m., on
Tuesday, December 6,
the following property:—3 horses, including roan mare 10 years old bay horse
0 years old and colt coming 2 years old 6 head of cattle, including 4 steers, 2
heifers,coming8 months old 1 1'niand Oliiua boar 4 Toulouse geese 1,000 bu.
of corn 200 bu. of oats 20 tonB of wild nay in stack Janeaville sulky plow 2
riding corn plows new force feed seeder 2 wagons I box pair bob sleds cutter
new corn Bheller grind Btone top buggy McCormick binder swill cart 2 bar
rels O. Shoemaker 200 egg incubator, set of harness 15 bu. of potatoes 15 bu.
of timothy seed 2 milk cans corn planter washing machine and other articles
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
Terms—Sums of 810 and under, cash. On sums over 810 one year's time will
be given on approved security with interest at 8 per cent.
S. H. Morgan, Auct.
Jonn Dolphin, Clerk
miles north of liyan, com
J. C. Belknap.
v*r- .* &
fit the form.
Fleece lined underwear, 39 cents.
Overalls, 50 cents.
Gildner Bros./ 1
Olothlors and Tailors.
CARHART & NYE.
Will be opened for
An assortment big
ger than ever with
all the new Novelties.
E Visit the "Plunder
Store" and see the
The Santa Ulaus Store."
3 |The Real Swell Ideas in
it Cloaks, Dress Goods
iji JNo previous season has been ushered in with such a great
\i/ of ideas to choose from. Our showing of high class mer
chandise will be as perfect as it is possible for us fo make
$ Elaborate Showing of Fashion-S
to able Furs.
jjy isowliere can you find a more complete stock of Neck-Furs.
UverythiiiL,' thai is to bo popular in clusters, boos, tabs and ffjy
and full length garments.
and Colored Dress
(|i By far the greatest assortment we have yet
Zibt'lines and rough effects which are so popular,
$ waistings such popular styles as Parisian silk stripes,
ii/ cords and Tucked stripes in almost every imaginary shade.
Our Cloak room is full to overflowing with
Ladies' Misses' and Children's, Cloaks, Jackets
and Capes of the latest production. Call and
inspect our stock before purchasing, as we have
taken great pains in its selection. It is of the
I and you should see and compare the prices,!
style and fit of our garments to others, if in
tending to secure one that is right in every par
Agents for Butterlck Patterns.
AH New Styles in|
In this department we are
sho\vir,s the very latest fashion*, jj|
including all the new lengths to be j|t
worn the coming season. 21 inches W
in length, the New Monte Oarlo,
and in fancy (fl
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