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ROMANS FELIX DIPT) STORE
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX GOOD CLOTHES QHftWht ttjr*.*-baffanr* Mr, THANKSGIVING comes down to us from the days of Unbroken Forests and Unplowed fields. It takes us back to the time of real Indians, of the Mayflower and the Pilgrim Fathers. They had much to be thankful for in those days—they were thankful just to be alive. We have much to be thankful for—thankful that we no long have to fight wild Indians and wear our hair long, thankful that the passing years have brought us better clothes than they had. Then they wore the homespun; now WE wear Hart Schaffner 6c Marx Good Clothes, unexcelled in style and quality. Suits $lB Up. Overcoats $16.50 Up H THANKSGIVING Specials CBig Special Offerings for Thanksgiving. Men’s and Young Men’s Suits at $lO, $12.50, $13.50 and sls. All the new fabrics and style. <JMen’s and Young Men’s Overcoats at $8.50, $9,510,512, $13.50 and sls. The new combination collars. Big Assortment of Men’s Fur Lined and Plush Lined Coats. Fur Lined Coats at $30.00, $45.00 and $55.00. Plush Lined at $15.00, $16.50, $20.00 and $22.50. Sheep Skin Lined Coats, Moleskin and Corduroy, 48 and 50 in. long at $9.50, $12.50 and $13.50. iJSheep Skin Lined Coats, 32 inches long, duck, moleskin and Corduroys, at $3.50, $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6.00 and $6.50. ifT Very Extraordinary Values in Men’s Fur Coats at $13.50, sls, SIB.OO, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00. They are real bargains at these prices. o"2 mOO =2 O £ .tS v-i T3 UC 7? U | sg iStt 11 JiS 242 & ° c .$> Sec g '“.c . S' 3-0 5” ~ s ra -2'c £ g &JS 2>-i 0.33 ! g-5 ! \£Z b §1 c Mr\o'-^iN^ocsQ w ( o "S 2 and , o b xc#c i■ g-g § 2 <uO<il lOrtjDrt ! Hcpt/o DUmS oJ= 3 ! ROMAN & FELIX DEPT. STORE RETAILERS OF EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT AND WEAR AT VIROQUA, WISCONSIN WANT ADJOLUMN Insertions Under this Head 5 Cts per Line. No Ad. Taken for Less than 23 Cents. For Sale Fob Sale-One Favorite, base barri er, hard coal stove, practically new. Inquire of Knudaon Bros. Duroc Jersey Boars—Sired by Col. L., 89611, by Booster. Good lengthy fellows, with plenty of bone. One of Col. L’B pigs won Ist at Milwaukee. Come and see them anyway ; 1J miles southeast of Viroqua. Chas. H. Nel son, Route 3. 43-4. For Sale—A good seven room house on North Main street, everything con venient. Will be sold reasonable if taken soon. Ihquire of Mr3. A. J. Niles. For Sale Cheap—One new brown, large horsehide robe, green lining, single border. A bargain if taken at once. Tnos Peterson, Newt-.n, Wiß. For Quick Sale-200-acre farm, mostly ridge, fair set of buildings, J mile from school and church, 1J miles from market, for only $5,000. See T. J. Thorson, Westby, Wis. For Sale—Two colts, one gelding, one mare, sired by Sailor Boy; won fi'st premium at the Vernon county fair. If sold soon can be had cheap. Inqnir iof Andrew B. Fortun, Viroqua. For Sale—Poland China spring boars and sows; also one yearling boar. C. O. Homstad, Westby, Wis. For Sale—Four high grade Jersey heifer calves from my best cows, $2 00 each. Have lost one yearling heifer from pasture on Bristow road. Has my tag in ear. If found please write C. V. Porter, Viroqua. For Sale-The farm formerly own ed by Oscar Gauper at Purdy; consist ing of 140 acres, 50 improved and 40 more that can be made plow land; good house, bam, granary, 90-foot tobacco shed. Running water on place; in fact a desirable stock, grain and tobacco farm and will be sold for about one half its actual value. Apply to O. R. Gaup er, De Soto, or Alfred Gauper, on the premises. For Sale Rose Comb, Brown Leg horn Cockerels, fine specimens of chick ens, for sale reasonable. Inquire soon of Hugh Porter, Viroqua, Route No. 6. W anted Wanted—so bushels hickory nuts, SI.OO per bushel in trade. Ro.irson & Dahl, Viroqua. Wanted —Lady or gentleman solici tor, good line, good pay, steady work. Address R. M. I. Box 462, La Crosse, Wis. Wanted—An elderly lady to assist in a family with five children, ages 8 months to 12 years. Call on or address Dr. F. S. Tainter, Readstown, Wis. Please give references. Wanted—Salesmen to sell our guar anteed oils and paints. Experience un necessary. Extremely profitable offer to right party. The Empire Oil Com pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Wanted—A hired girl. Apply to Mrs. Roman. Lost and Found Srayed-From ro.v pasture in town \of Jefferson, about November 13, one red heifer, 1J year old, weigh about 600 | pounds. Notify A. J. Favor. A Big Auction Sale 1 John E. Erickson, at his farm 11 | miles west of Viroqua and a miie north west of Purdy, will hold a big sale of j personal property November 18, com j meneiner at 10 o’clock, free lunch at | noon. Tne property to be sold is: Three 1 Pereheron mares, 3 years old, 1 mare 4 years, 1 gelding 6 years, 8 yearling colts, 1 sucking colt, 13 good milch cows, 8 yearlings, 12 calves, 25 Shorp shirn ewes, 15 shoats, 150 Plymouth Rod chickens, wagons,buggies, sleighs, ntanur ’ spreaders, 2 seedsrs, one sulky corn plow, one corn planter, one mow er, one rake, one disc, 2 drags, 3 plows, one tobacco planter, on. tobacco rack, 2 cultivators, one tobacco horse hoe, one hay rack, 2 sets harness, one single harness, one DeLaval 900 pound cream separator, one Sharpless separator, one Babcock cream and milk tester. I ‘‘Old Trusty” 200 egg incubator ar j brooder, 1 grass seeder, and a variety of things not mentioned. Will be big day at Erickson's sale, and you should go early and be prepared to bid. A New Departure Having purchased the art studio out fit of T. J. Thorson at Westby, I will keep the same open two days of each week —Wednesdays and Saturdays—and will be prepared to do all kinds of and best work in the photograph line. M. J. Jasperson, Photographer. Big Millinery Sale One lot of ladies jaunty hats of velvet and felts, in black, navy, tan, red and green and other good colors, trimmed with nretty feathers and ribbons. They are all new and worth - really $6.00 each, at $4.50; one lot $5 00 each, at $3.75; one lot $4.00 each, at $2.75. Fancy feathers at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. L. C. Norris. We Do The Busine • We are in the business to >:e care of vour needs in storm sash. Don’t wait till the snow flies before ordering your goods. We take measurements in any place in the city and guarantee sizes to flt. Phone No. 90. Tibbits-Cameron Limber Cos., Viroqua, Wisconsin. For Health and Energy Eat CREAM OF RYE For Breakfast. Reduces Cost of Living. Free Silver Spoon in Every Package. Ask your Grocer for a Package. MONEY TO LOAN On farm property. Funds always on hand, no delay. Interest reasonable. I also buy mortgages. Address, or cal! on W. J.’Hickisch. 310 Pearl street, La ‘Crosse, W.s. j State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lucas County, * Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is i senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Cos., doing business in the City cf To- ’ ledo, County and State aforesaid, and • ■ r said firm will pay the sum of ONE lit’JCbRET* DOLLARS for each end ev ery ease of Catarrh that cannot V cured i t v the use of HALL’S CATARRH CURE, j FRANK J. CHENEY. , Sworn to before roe and subscribed in ! nv pr> -. ee, this Rh day of December, i ,A. P IS--A ' tSeali A- H\ < .EATON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure 1* ta-en Internally; ! and arts directly upon the blood aad tnu t tons surfaces of the syKut Send tor j , testimonials, free. r. jt CHENEY - & CO.. Toledo, O. i l gold bv all Proeglst s. Tie. I Take d*U' FamtiJ PUU f\ r constipation- ] The Great Business Training School of the Northwest THE WISCONSIN SUSIHESS UNIVERSITY. ( jtr More than 400 students every year. ■ WjT: Lk **J J; ■ >' Large faculty of expert teachers. .lif'lrtTk' Pjstioas guaraßtecd all who excel. Our grad *( V * 'ijinjjfljgjj* | jates receive from 45 to 75.00 dollars per month to J 5 One month trial free. < imu i % Board and room cheapest of any city its size in in the United States. Eight thousand graduates now employed. Stu.’ents .nay enter any time. W. B. U. is patronized and endorsed by banks, business men, lawyers clergymen and bishops. This is the work YOU want. Yoi will succeed because we can secure you a position in the kind of work or business you like. We teach bookkeeping, auditing, arithmetic, commercial law, correspond ence, penmanship, spelling, grammar, punctuation, shorthand, typewriting civil service. Send for beautiful cata! g today. It is free. WISCONSIN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, La Crosse, Wis. Chartered by the State. 22nd Year The sweet stories of God’s Word in the language of childhood. Young Folks BIBLE For Christmas Designed to improve the minds and hearts of young readers and kindle a genu ine love for the BOOK OF BOOKS. by Josephine Pollard 100 Recent Photographs of places made famous by Christ’s Life and the labors of His Apostles. Photographs represent actual life as nothing so impresses the young Over 600 pages, beautiful maps and illustrations. Bound in cloth $2.00. Half Russia $2.75. W. S. VAIL, Room 20 Batavia Bank Building La Crosse, Wis. Agents wanted for Vernon Coun ty. Write at once. CHICHESTER S PILLS THE lIAJI<I\:> r.RAMI. iV%tN J-f* 1 A *K >; ,: r for A\ V’-iflM < hl-rhM.tertl IMn" TlrnndZAA Fill, in lfc-d ami mctalticA^Z/ Tfcv !i"“* :o' -I* !••!•.* K. ion. v/ FI SK. Wl Ja.a r alhrr. liny of your V I A <2f -f'llldf IIES-TEBS IJr kF im\ :n mixiwii A™ f-3 yfars kiwottfts Best, So f-:,;, Always Jteiiabio SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHE RE You will be Thankful if you buy one of our all WOOL SUITS or a cravenetted con vertible collar OVERCOAT STYLES you will not find elsewhere are here for you,as we think we have a little bit bet ter clothing made for us .than you can buy elsewhere, and very reasonable in price. We want you vo please bear in mind, too, that our way of dealing with you is somewhat different from that of most stores selling clothing. You will find we try to be fair with you and your neighbor by having on ly one price for an arti cle and marking all Goods in plain figures. C.Men’s Overcoats and Suits $14.85,516.20,518, $19.80, $22.50, $24.75 and $27. Stoll & Groves’ Clothes Shop A ONE PRICE STORE Friday and Saturday NOVEMBER 17 and 18 I will sell a $15.00 IRON BED Outfit —bed, spring and mattrass for $9.98 N. B. Only one outfit will be sold to each fam ily. EDWARD VIG ARNOLD'S i Prevents Colds Gives prompt relief to x "Si. Catarrh or V, in the head 25c a tube f Sold by O. E. DAVISH Everybody Says GILHOOLEY'S IRISH Liniment Is the best on the mar ket. It is guaranteed to cure ECZEMA GOITRE Rheumatism AND all Diseases of the Skin, to say nothing of the many other uses to w hich it may be put. Thousands of people have given voluntary testimonials where all of the above nnmed diseases have been cured. Don’t take our word for it; go to A. J. Johnson DRUGGIST, buy a bot tle, and if you find it does not cure you the druggist will cheerfully refund the money. Give it a good honest trial, and the druggist will not have to refund. CLlrish Liniment goes to work for you at once and you will work for it forever after. WE would like the names and addres ses of all persons suf fering with Goitre, Ec zema or Rheumatism. We will mail them a booklet of great inter est to them. When ask ing for a booklet send 2 cent stamp to cover * cost of mailing. “IT TOUCHES the SPOT.” GILHOOLEY IRISH LINIMENT CO. Office and Labora tory, 133 E. 3d St. ST. PAUL, - MINN.