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Base ball fair tonight.
Dr. Llerle, glasses fitted.
Chamberlain optometrist.
"•c Dr. Mighell, surgeon and physician.
Regular dance at Odd Fellows' hall
tonight.
New invoice of diamonds at Cham"
berlain'a:
Dr. F. L. Huinuston spent Friday
night in Union.
i1 At my office in the evening. Dr.
Mairs, 120 East Main street.
Simkins Este'l. funeral directors
and licensed embalmers. 216-218 East
Main.
Columbia hall can be engaged for
lectures, dances or lodge purposes. Call
new* 'phone 646.
Come let us reason together. Hear Dr.
Buckner at the Methodist church Sun
day morning and evening.
The April magazines are arriving
daily at the Hull Store. Many inter
esting features in the current issues.*
Patronize Sundeil's North Center
Street restaurant, and get a good meal
for only 20 cents. Prompt and courte
ous attention to all.
Good stenographers are always In
demand. Prepare for a good position
at
the Central Iowa Business College.
^Enter next Monday.
Elite theater—'Miss Kellerman, cham
pion, Baby's Peril, Early Around With
Jilllk Man, and songs. Admission 5
.cents. New change Sunday night.
New, modern home of 6 rooms In
:choice residence part of city for quick
sale. Casl or easy terms. See us at
once for particulars. Bell & Hill
The Iowa United Evangelical con
ference will be held next week at Lis
bon. Revs. A. A. Couser and P. H.
Mines will leave for Lisbon Monday.
Miss Mary Sullivan, a teacher in the
•Duluth, Minn., schools, will arrive in
the city this evening to visit for two
Weeks with her aunt, Mrs. John A.
'Goodell.
See Anthony Psenickaj about your
-spring suit or overcoat and get wise to
what's what in the spring styles. Step
into his shop and see the new fabrics
•just received.
The McCarten Plumbing Company is
•prepared to give you expert service
tor the same terms that you usually
pay for the common service. Figure
With them on installing plumbing.
The greatest need of this and all
'-worlds is: "The Clean Life." This sub
ject will be discussed by Dr. A. B.
Buckner at the mass men's meeting at
Forney's hall, Sunday afternoon, 3:30.
Don't forget the Royal Highlander
niasquerade Monday night. March 23.
jiit Red Men hall. Everybody come and
-ftiask. There will be prizes given for
([jest costumes and free membership
•In the Highlanders waltz prize. Admis
sion 10c, evening tickets 50c.
4- The Marshalltown Steam Dye Works
is doing some fine work these days in
the way of cleaning, repairing and
making 0I4 garments look like new.
Don't throw away that garment until
you've had an expert opinion from the
Marshalltown Steam Dye Work!
There must be a reason why i-vir.i
person is not a Christian can you gm
i£he reason? The excuses which are so
Common do not express the reason.
,This theme will be presented in a prac
tical manner at the Methodist church
-Sunday evening. Come and hear it.
I A power that is stronger than your
judgment, stronger than your best im
pulse and stronger than your love for
your best friends, is a power that
Claims your attention and of which you
way well be afraid. This subject will
.-"-be presented by Dr. A. B. Buckner at
Prhe
Methodist church Sunday evening.
?v There will be special musical fea
'•'lures at all the services at the Metho
dist church on Sunday. A ladies' quar
••-tet, male quartet, solos by Prof. A. V.
-Gilmoro, and enthusiastic singing by
•the large chorus choir, led by Mr. Gil
more. A male quartet will sing at tln
big men's meeting at Forney's liall at
30"
About thirty of the neighbors and
-pther friends were pleasantly enter
tained at the George Loss home, three
miles southwest of the city Friday eve
vsninsr, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.
'Charles Loss, who were married
last week. The evening was enjoyed
with music and games, and refresh
ments were served.
.'** Miss Ruth Corven, a trained nurse,
1
having apartments at the A. J. Hi
necker home. Third avenue and State
street, was taken to St. Anthony today
the home of her sister. Mrs. R. E.
*George. Miss Corven is suffering from
1 a severe attack of acute articular
(^rheumatism affecting the right knee
Joint, and it will be some time before
she is able to take up her work again.
r"-"
Banner flour has been tested many
times in tho Columbus Laboratory and
:Scliool
of Milling and Baking Technol­
ogy of Chicago, and always has proved
equal to the standard, and has every
time been pronounced a high grade
.first patent fiour." We Lake pride in
i.recommending this flour, because it is
made at home. rlKht here in Iowa. You
-will make no mistake in getting the
Banner for your family use.
Funeral services for the late Mrs.
Elmira Arney were largely attended
Friday forenoon from the Bethel
church, Rev. A. M. Hanson, of Le
Orand, assisted by Rev. Mr. Gordon,
officiating. A quartet composed of
iMesdames B. L. Hurgett and H. E. Fra
ley and Messrs. Wallace H. Arney and
F. D. Dennis sang. Many beautiful
floral tokens were offered the fa mil
from sympathizing relativts and
friends. As pall bearers six grandson*
of tlie deceased acted, in the prrsons uf
Messrs. Fred Grace. Charles Miller.
Francis Mishler, Albert Arm-v. Burt
3rigg. and Earl Nyce. Six grand
daughters. Misses Minnie Mishler,
Hazel Xyce, Anna and Edna Kinney.
Grace Sickman. and Merle Miller, acted
as flower bearers. Interment was in
the Bethel cemetery.
NOTE—See Rag* 5 for Additional
Local Nowt Today.
Base ball fair tonight.
Diamonds, Chamberlain's.
Dr. Burkart. osteopath. 302 W. Main.
McCarten Plumbing Co.
plumbing.
T. R. Newby. of Union, spent the day
in tile city.
Follow the crowd. They are all going
to Union Depot.
Miss Mabel Jessup, of B.ingor, spent
the day in the city.
Send your vehicles to the Buggy
Works and have them repainted.
One thousand loads of dirt for salt.
Inquire of C. A. Palmer, 408 West
Church street.
Holland Herring in small kits,
smoked bloaters, dry herring, mack
erel and salt herring at Olson's.
Men—Are wanted at the men's meet
ing at Forney's hall Sunday at 3:30.
Address on "The Clean Life" by Dr.
Buckner.
Special service at the Methodist
church tomorrow morning at 10:30.
Subject. "Preparing the Stones for the
Building."
I can cure you of that headache,
backache, liver and kidney trouble. I
have a remedy expressly for your trou
ble. Dr. Mfairs.
•Mr. W. M. Moninger, of Marietta, ar
rived in the city this morning from
Chariton, where he has been for a few
days on business.
The residence property of the late O.
B. BarroWs, corner of State and Third
streets, is for sale. Will sell with or
without tile buildings. C. C. Trine.
Increase the income from that house
by making i# modern. McCarten
Plumbing Company will install a sys
tem of plumbing.at reasonable figures.
You get a nice_ clean, substantial meal
for 20 cents at'Sundeil's North Center
street restauraiit. Only inspected
meats served. A first-class chef and
good service.
This world is God's work shop,
where He prepares the material for the
great Spiritual House. Come and hear
about It, at the Methodist church, Sun
day morning at 10:30.
Get your order in for a spring suit
at Anthony Psenicka's tailor shop. You
get quality of fabric, fit and workman
ship and up-to-date style at most rea
sonable prices. All the newest ma
terials being shown.
A clean life is the most valuable
thing any one can possess every one
can afford to have it. "The Clean
Life." is the subject for the men's
meeting Sunday afternoon at Forney's
hall. All men are invited.
The funeral,of Ralph Ackerman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ackerman. will
be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon from
the Presbyterian church. Rev. C. W.
McCord officiating. A brief prayer
service will be conducted a: the house
at o'clock. Interment will be in
Riverside.
The time of year for painting will
soon be here. Let Simmons paint your
house or barn. He will sell you the best
lead and oil paints and furnish tile best
of workmen. Pure oils and'varnishes.
Have the woodwork in your house re
painted or oiled now. Get Simmons
prices.
four.
J/V.
•andfiiAf kiaf /•f-xin
PETTICOATS
Beautiful Heathe I
petticoats worth $2.00
and $2.25, 20 dozen in ':he
lot. choice
Base ball fair tonight.
1.49
Heavy sateen petticoiits.
regular $2.00 value, sale
price
I
.79
Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist.
Glasses fitted at Chamberlain's.
Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear.
See Feck ham & Smith's auction ad,
page 3.
A. B. McCartney cleans wall paper.
Telephone New 115, Old 675-J.
Second hand buggies in good order,
for sale cheap." Marshalltown Buggy
Co.
Rov. O. H. L. Mason of Boone, was
in the city Friday night attending the
concert given by the Iowa College glee
club.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M.
C. A. will give one of the most inter
esting home talent ever given in Mar
shalltown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lund, of Kldora.
were in the city this morning while
011 their way to Melbourne to spend
Sunday with relatives.
James Chinn and Carol Lounsberry.
who are attending' Cornell college, ar
rived in the city from Alt. Vernon Fri
day to spend the spring vacation with
their respective parents.
As a rule sickness is caused by an
accumulation of poison in the system,
get rid of the poison, you will feel as
well as you ever did. I can tell you
how. Dr. Mairs, 120 East Main.
Rev. W. F. Pitner was in Waterloo
Friday officiating at the funeral of
Mrs. Margaret Wilson, an old mem
ber of the .Methodist church, of which
Rev. Mr. Pitner was at one time pas
tor.
•Mr. W. D. In graham, of Laurel,
reached home Friday from Iowa City,
where he has spent the past' two weeks
with his son, who is a patient at the
state university hospital. The young
man's condition is sis satisfactory as
could be expected.
The Marshalltown Sunday School
Teachers' union will be addressed Mon
day afternoon by Rov. W. H. Scott, on
"How to Create an fnterest in Mis
sions." Physical Director Dawson, of
the Railroad Y. M. C. A., will have
charge of the afternoon's lesson.
Miss E^a Strauss, of Milwaukee,
who has been spending the past two
months with her sister, Airs. S. R.
Aleinbcrg will leave Sunday afternoon
for her home, accompanied by Mrs.
Feinberg and little daughter. Mrs.
•Felnberg will remain in Milwaukee for
a brief visit.
Will Carleton, of Minneapolis, was in
the city for a short time this morning,
being on his way to Liscomb to meet
his mother, and accompany her home
to Minneapolis. Mrs. Carleton was
called to Iowa Falls earlier in the
week by the death of her hrother-in
law. R. A. Carleton. who was buried
Friday. Since then Airs. Carleton has
been visiting with relatives at Lis
comb.
Mr. and Airs. C. H. Ross of demons.
I
were in the city Friday afternoon. Dur
I ing the afternoon Mrs. Ross departed
for Chicago Junction. Ind., summoned
by the death of her sister, Mrs. E. W.
.Severance, who died Wednesday night.
Airs. Ross expected to arrive in time
today to attend the funeral, which was
I held this afternoon. Airs. Ross will re
main to visit with relatives for about
I two weeks.
Beautiful Shirt Waists and Petticoats
at 1-3 less than manufacturer's cost.
45 dozen beautiful lawn, batiste, nainsook, dimity and
linen shirt waists were included in this purchase, also
35 doz. fine heatherbloom and sateen petticoats. You
get the benefit of this discount.
Sale begins MONDAY Morning
and will continue until the lots are closed out
SHIRT WAISTS
15 Doz. Fine Shirt Waists
In lawn and batistes, beau
tifully trimmed in fine
lace and embroidery, long
or short sleeves, button
in front or back, $1.25 fiQ
value, sale price a07
$1.50 and $1.75 Waists 98c
This lot embraces a mag
nificent line of fine em
broidered waists, neatly
made, hundreds of de
signs, actually worth
$1.50 and $1.75, sale
price
Base ball fair tonight.
.98
$2.00 Waists $1.39
This lot represents a big
lot of beautiful shirt
waists in fine nainsooks,
dimities and Persian
lawns, about 12 dozen in 1
the lot, choice 1
SUITS
A magnificent lot of ladies'
spring suits in black
Panama and serges, blue
and brown novelty mixed
worsteds, an opportunity
you cannot afford to
miss, valued up to $22.00, 10 QO
sale price
A complete line of CHILDREN'S FANCY
DRESSES and HEADWEAR in connection, at
1-3 regular price. A sft sfc
Ilf.i/O
Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 E. Main.
Dr. lvierulff fits glasses perfectly.
Regular dance at Odd Fellows' hall
tonight.
G. W. Harris, M. D„ surgeon and
physician, over 12 West Main street.
Both phones.
It will cost you nothing to tind out
if I understand your case. Consulta
tion free. Dr. Mairs.
For Rent Pleasant front room and
smaller one adjoining, in Kibbey bldg.
Call room 15, Kibbey bldg.
Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of vvom
rii and obstetrics. Office over Fidelity
bank. Hours 10-12 a. 111., 1-4 p. m.
Simmons has a corps of skilled work
men and can hang your paper promptly
and give you an artistic job, one that
will be appreciated.
All members of the Presbyterian
church are requested to be present at
the morning service tomorrow, as the
pastor lias some items ol' Importance
to present.
1 have a new remedy that will re
lieve rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, in
one application, and will cure any
ordinary case in a. few days. Dr.
Mairs, 120 East Alain.
Airs. George W. Seevers, of Minneap
olis, who has been visiting for two
weeks with her sister. Mrs. A. D.
Moorehouse. 401 South Fourth street,
departed for her home this morning.
We have 2-8x6-8 1% doors at $1.60
each, these are good 4-panel doors
22x30 2 light 1% windows at 96 cents.
Other windows of different sizes from
65 cents to $1 each. Citizens' Lumber
Co., 306 Market street.
There was a good attendance at the
all-day sew of the Ladies' guild of St.
Paul's church, held Friday at the home
of Mrs. Archie Parker, 7 South Third
avenue. The regular business session
was held In the afternoon.
A defective chimney caused a small
fire which did no damage at the I.
N. Long residence, 522 North Second
street, at 11:50 o'clock this morning.
The blaze had been put out by the time
the uptown department arrived.
Simmons offers you the advantage
of long experience and, personal se
lection of wall paper.! combined with
the lowest prices, quality' of paper
considered. The papers he is showing
this year are of unusual excellence in
design, and finish.
Mrs. E. E. Downing. 124 East State
street, was hostess Friday afternoon to
Marshalltown chapter. D. A. R. A short
business session was held, after which
Airs. R. W. McBride gave several piano
numbers, and a social hour followed,
during which 'the hostess served a light
lunch. Guests of the afternoon were
Airs. H. T. Mairs and Airs. Marion
Gard.
At the Odeon theater. .Monday night,
March 23, Charles Frohman will pre
sent "Peter Pan," J. A1. Barrie's rec
ord-breaKing play. "Peter Pan" was
tirst produced five years ago, in Lon
don, and three years ago in New York.
In both countries it is still a popular
and growing favorite. More than fifty
persons will appear in the production
of "Peter Pan" here, and the cast is
one of unusual merit. Prices 50c, 75c'
$1 and $1.50.
department ever installed
in Marshalltown is the ex
pression of the crowds that
visit this department daily,
and the way the orders are
piling up is substantial
evidence of sincerity. We
feel greatly pleased to
know our efforts to give
our trade as fine a selec
tion of millinery to choose
from as can be found in
the state,
ciated.
is being appre-
IllarshalltauM Ifffltta,
Rase ball fair tonight.
Full line of fresh green vegetables
always to be had at Olson's.
Airs. A. W. Heald and Mrs. George
Gregory were hostesses Friday after
noon at the lea
Id home. 401 West State
street, to the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
society, of which there vverii til'ty in
attendance. Refreshments and a so
cial hour followed the routine business.
NATURE SPARES
Tho Stricken Rose From Grief.
What a fortunate provision of nature
it is, that deprives the rose of mental
suffering: for how poignant would be
its grief to discover, in the height of its
blooming glory, that a canker fed at its
heart, ami that its beauty am! fragrance
were doomed forever. Nature always
spares the suffering she is a veritable
store-house of pleasing rewards, for
those who seek her aid. In the years
gone by falling hair and gra.vness have
cast a gloom over the lives of thous
ands of young women, but thanks to
the investigations of scientists the true
cause of hair destruction is now known
to be the germ or parasite that bur
rows ii:to the hair follicles. Xewbro's
Herpicide absolutely destroys this
germ, thus permitting the hair to
grow as nature intended. Sold by lead
ing druggists. Send 10c in stamps for
sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit.
Mich Two sizes. r.Oc and $1.00. For
sale at all drug stores.
M'DIARMID INDICTED
Grand Jury Finds Three Bills Against
President of Green Mountain Sav
ings iBank Counts Include Fraud,
Embezzlement and Perjury.
D. Stuart B. Mac Diarmid, president
of the Green Mountain Savings Bank,
was indicted by the grand jury,
which reported this afternoon, for al
leged criminal conduct in connection
with the business of the bank. Three
indictments, charging fraud, embezzle
ment and perjury, were returned. These
charges are the same as three of the
four under which Mac Diarmid was
held to the grand jury by Justice Mil
lard.
The indictment charging fraud al
leges intentional fraud in conducting
a savings bank. The indictment for
embezzlement charges embezzlement
of the funds of the bank, and the in
dictment for perjury is for the mis
statements Mac Diarmid is alleged to
have made in an affidavit tiled with
the stale auditor relative to the num
ber of shares of stock of the bank
that he owned and had paid for.
Mac Diarmid is still in jail here,
having been unable to secure bonds for
$5,000, which was the amount of his
surety tixed at the preliminary exam
ination.
A Grand Exhibit.
Backman's Glass Blowers, who will
give exhibitions at Old P. O. Bldg.. 011
East Alain street, in this city, next
week, give a wonderful exhibition in
the art of blowing, spinning and weav
ing glass into beautiful ornaments.
Among the many novelties they ex-
Representing one of the largest purchases of DRESS SKIRTS, JACKETS, SUITS,
PETTICOATS and SHIRT WAISTS we have ever made^
Ui*
Wil
FINEST /VYILLIINERY
•r
liibit is a glass steam, engine in full
operation, also glass dresses, neckties,
pin cushions, etc. The admission is
only 10 cents, and every visitor re
ceives a souvenir.
DR. F. L. HUMESTON.
Decides to Remain in Marshalltown to
Practice Profession.
Dr. F. L. Humeston, who had charge
of the office and practice of the late
Dr. J. L. Whinery during the latter's
illness, has decided to remain in Mar
shalltown. He has opened dental par
lors ov_er the Whitton-Whitehead store.
He is prepared to do all classes of den
tal work promptly and efficiently and
will give all work entrusted to him his
best care and attention. Prices will be
as reasonable as arc consistent,- with
tirst-class work.
MARRIED.
Larson-Airhart.
Air. A. C. Larson, of Nevada, and Aliss
Emma Airliart, of Whifctemore, wen
married in this city at 3 o'clock this
afternoon by Justice S. E. Peek.
A SNAP.
In a Good Farm, If Sold at Once.
I have a good farm for sale if sold
at once to settle my estate. Close to
a good town and !i miles from Alar
shalltown. E. M. DODGE.
In the Police Court.
Dr. Theodore Wolever, a veterinarian,
was haled into Justice Millard's court
this morning to answer to a charge of
stealing wood from the rear of the
Itobertson & Strub restaurant. The
restaurant owners tiled the complaint.
He was fined $5 and costs, but the fine
was remitted during good behavior,
and upon payment of the costs.
John Burke, arrested for being drunk,
paid the costs in the mayor's court
this morning.
Seed Potatoes.
E. E. Hood received a carload of
Early Ohio potatoes from the Red
River country, North Dakota. It is
claimed by gardeners that potatoes
planted from Northern seed yield one
third more than home stock.
The soldiers' home uses northern
grown Early Ohios and claims it pays
them. For sale at all the grocery
stores.
Notice.
The International Correspondence
School of Scranton. i'a., will give away
two scholarships during their free ex
hibition in the window at Sinclair's tea
and coffee store, from March 23 to 28.
Booklets free to every one.
Equk
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C. L. GOLDIN, Rep.
Ole Swanson, Just From Sweden.
After a hard day's work in the office,
at the factory, behind the counter, or
wherever it may be, what is more re- I
freshing or restful than a hearty,
wholesome laugh. One forgets his or
Wanted—Paper to hang. No. 4 West
Nevada street. J. H. Alexander.
Lost—A Wright fountain pen, some
time Friday. Return to Times-Repub
iican.
Lost—Small French Mohongany bull
dog, white mark on breast, ears and
tail cut.. Reward. -401 East Main
street ..
Our agency for Gage
Bros.'s Millinery gives us
a commanding position, as
you are well aware this is
the best millinery in the
country.
Place your orders
early you can receive
better attention and have
a better selection to choose
from.
Do not delay too long
in placing your orders, we
will have difficulty in tak
ing proper care of you
when the season opens
fully.
her troubles and worries. If you care
for an evening of pure, clean and re
fined entertainment, you should not
overlook seeing that funny good-na
tured Swede, Ole Swanson, at the Od
eon theater. Sunday night, March 22.
Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Given Up to Die.
B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Ev
ansville, Ind., writes: "X-'or over five
years I was troubled with kidney ai 1
bladder affections which caused me
rmicli pain and worry. I lost flesh and
was all run down, and a year ago had
to abandon work entirely. I bad three
of the best physicians who did me
no good and I was practically given
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was
recommended and the first bottle gave
me great relief, and after taking the
second bottle I was entirely coured."
Why not let it help you? McBnde &
Will Drug Co.
Local Weather Record.
Forty-nine and 28 were the extremes
of temperature Friday, compared with
38 and 20 for Thursday. The tem
perature at 7:30 o'clock this morning
was 35, compared with 2S for Thurs
day morning.
Notice.
I have this day given my son. John
II. Murphy, his time and will not be
responsible for any debts he may con
tract. MRS. ELLEX MURPHY.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
remedy, an improvement on the laxa
tives of former years, as it docs not
gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to
take. It is guaranteed. McBride &
Will Drug Co.
W
ISKIRTS
TO CUSTOM MAD
"CLEAN
-.
\V» at the big meeting for MEN at
FORNEY'S HALL
SUNDAY, 3:30 P. M.
Song service led by Prof. A. G. Gilmore, of Chicago.
Instrumental program by Crescent Mandolin Club.
Dress Skirts, Jackets and Snits
at 1=3 less than actual wholesale cost.
piggl
This purchase represents the entire sample line of one
of the largest eastern manufacturers, embracing an
exquisite assortment of fine dress skirts, jackets and
suits. Over 300 different kinds and no two in lot alike.
Sale begins MONDAY Morning
and will continue until the lots are closed out
DRESS SKIRTS and JACKETS
$5.00 and $6.00 Dress Skirts for|
$3.69
Uncle Sam
is a particular
customer.
Before he buys he uses his
microscope—the Department
of Agriculture.
Gold Medal Flour
is richest in protein (energy).
That's why it's used for the
army rations.
Made by
Washburn
Crosby
Co.
For Sale
by Grocers
A
/r
A big lot of fine dress skirts, all new,t'
nobby makes in fine serges, Panamas,0:_,
cashimere, taffetas, etc. Our dress-, W
maker will make them fit you with
out extra charge. You cannot afford a Sfk
to miss them, at your choice tJ»UA
$7.00 and $8.00 Skirts for $4.79
A wonderful opportunity to procure
beautiful chiffon Panama, fine voi
poplin or serge skirt at a very
figure. These skirts were made for:J
samples and are neat, nobby and'
dressy, about 40 in this lot, your
choice
$10 and $12 Skirts for $7.98
This indeed represents a
magnificent lot of about
60 skirts. It will do your
eyes good to feast on .-
them at the price »70
$5.00 Spring Jackets $3.39
The best lot of jackets
ever shown in the city at
the price, not a one in
the lot worth less than 'ygk
$5.00, sale price J»J7
StSiSs
a
^010 M»n FiQ^^S
For Men
Hear what
Dr. Buckner
1
has to say about
the
CCflAR RV*08
4.79
$7 and $8 Jackets $4.98
You will be pleated when
you see these garments.
Very newest cuts and
styles, all colors, beauti
fully trimmed, what you
have always paid $7.00 f|Q
and $8.00 for, sale price..
$10 and $12 Jackets $7.69
We know you will appre
ciate this bargain, about
20 in the lot, worth $10.00
and $12.00, your choice
for
Sole Agent for Butterick Patterns. New Spring
Fashion Book and the Delineator ready for your
inspection.
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