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THURSDAY November 9, 1905#
•Our Mr,
Sole agents for
Dollar Back Silks.
Thanksgiving
Linen Sale
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?CBblce""ca
'our entire new line
of $1.00 Table Linens, some
with Napkins to
match #tiC
Choice of our entire new line of
63c and 65c all linen ACktt
Damask for
Choice of our entire new line of
50c Table Linen, some QQ/»
two yards wide, for 0«7C
Thanksgiving
Towel Sale
Our 16c Turkish and
Huck Towels, sale price
,v^
Ms
Coats 4w.i)U
Blanket Sale
10 quarter double
Cotton Blankets, pair
75c gray Mottled Cot
ton Blankets, a pair ..
J, A« Phillips *,•*..
Ihitiks this a most opportune time to thank
our customers for their most liberal
v. patronage—a most fitting time for a
lie
Our 26c extra large Turkish
an
Towels AOv
Our best 50c Hemstitched and
Fringe all linen
qqi^
Towels, a special bargain OO3C
Children's Mentor brand of 75c
iieeced Union ACh^
Suits 4UC
Ladies'Winter Coats
Look at any or every store In
Ottumwa, get posted on styles
and' prices, then come .to., us,
We "will guarantee to please you
better and save you money.
Try this and see which store
will serve you best.
New style Coats at $5.00,
$7.50, $10.00, Qff rw-|
$15.00 and .-40.UU
Ladies' Squirrel lined, long*
loose back. Broadcloth
eye} KA
49c
63c
Large 11 quarter size
Cotton Blankets, only
,v
..85c
1.39
12 quarter, the largest
Blanket made, only ..
Overshoe Sale
Men's buckle warm lined QQ»
Cloth top Overshoes */OU
Ladies' guaranteed cloth Qfifi
top buckle Overshoes for
The largest line of Overshoes,
Felt Boots, Leggins and Warm
8hoes In the city. All grades
from the cheapest to the best.
Leggins 49c
Children's heavy fleeced
long Jersey Leggins ....
Ladies' heavy fleeced longer
Jersey Leggins, $1 grade "v
We are Sole Agents
For Queen Quality Shoes,
the Very Best Shoes.
Coal Hods for 15c
29c
5c
Large Galvanized
Coal Hods, for ..
Coal Shovels for ..
Good Iron Pokers .,
Patent Sheet Iron Roasters for
2S"! 39c
SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN GROCERIES.
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FUNERAL OF CLEM EASTER.
'Services Will Be Held Thursday at
Parents' Home in Albia.
Albia, Nov. 8.—The remains of Clem
ent W. Easter, who died at Charleston,
West Virginia, arrived here yester
day on No. 13, and the funeral ser
vices will be held tomorrow afternoon
from the home of his parents, Mr. and
"Mrs. J. JH. Easter, in South Albia.
Other Albia Items.
The clerk of the district court Issued
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A sale that is intended more to show our thanks to our
patrons than for profit. It is a well known tact that the won
derful success of the BIG STORB is due rather to the keen in*
sight of an intelligent, discriminating public than to our utttir
ing efforts to give the people the best store in the state. Without
your help we could never have attained the proud distinction
of being Ottumwa's IVlpst Popular Trading Place, for which we
are TRULY THANKFUL.
Sole agents for
Queen Quality Shoes.
Every it:em In this Ada Genuine Bargain.
Thanksgiving
Linen Sale
50 new all linen Tablecloths
with border all around A /»Q
and napkins to match.. ^*,05/
Extra fine all linen TableclothB
with border all around, QQ
napkins to match il.iJO
Finest grade of all linen Table
cloths, with border all \Q
around, napkins to mate 14.40
7ic All Linen Toweling
3c
Cheap Cotton Toweling
regular 5c grade for
Limit 5 yards to
each customer.
Thanksgiving
Silk Sale
Genuine Dollar Back, guaran
teed Black bilk,
qo«
$1.00 grade OOC
$1.00 new Plaid Waist
Silks, latest colorings ... OC
75c Fancy Suiting and Waist
Silks in all the QQ^
new fall shades Ou
Great Sale of Mentor Underwear, the Best Made
Ladies' Mentor brand of $1.25
Fleeced Union f\Q
Suits .«70C
Men's Overcoats
Men's $5.00 long Overcoats,belt
ed or plain
backs •£.© 1
Men's Black and Navy Blue $8
Dress Overcoats, velvet A
A large line of Men's Fur
Coats at Cut Prices.
Wool Flannels 19c
19c
White Wool Flannels for
Infants' wear, 25c grade
Better grade of 50c white QQ/,
Wool Flannels for u3C
75c grade of Umbroid
ered White Flannels for
35c heavy mixed blue and£)Kn
gray Flannels for 4uQ
Genuine Amana all
Wool Flannels for
49c
49c
5c Outing Flannels 4c a yd. 12 oz. pure white Cotton Batts 10c
10c grade of heavy Guinea 10c grade of heavy Tennis Best 15c Flannelettes new d«.
or Domet Flannels filp Flannels, new 71 signs for Kimonas A
for Patterns
20
Millinery Sale
Ladies' $1.50 and $1.69 New
Fall Street Hats,
only UoC
Ladies' $3.00 Silk and Velvet
Dress and Street
-i ao
Hats ,JL.«70
Ladies' $5.00 New styles, KA
Street and Dress Hats ..O.tlU
Sole Agents for
BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS.
Great Silk and
DRESS GOODS SALE
Special Bargains
In These Lines for the
NEXT THREE DAYS.
Our Xmas Line of
CUT GLASS, AVI LAND
CHINA AND JAPANE8E
Ware, Now on Sale.
Fancy Hand Painted Plates, Toi
let Boxes, Comb and 4A
Brush Trays for AUG
the following marriage licences yes
terday: Ira C. Gladson, aged 21, to
Martha Alsup, aged 22, both of Lo
villa John W. Hawk, aged 36, of Rus
sell, to Rosa Murphy, aged 26, of Mel
rose, and Scott Hetherington, aged 24,
to Kate Warren, aged 19, both of Lo
vilia.
James Bussey, of Bussey was an Al
bia visitor this morning.
S. L. H. Gibson shipped three loadi
of feeding steers to his home in Kirk
wood today. Mr. Gibson buys a great
-i v»
Sole agents for
Mentor Underwear.
Thanksgiving
Linen Sale
Odd half dozens in full size all
linen Napkins, at Af\
98c and 3t«7C
A beautiful new line of all linen
Napkins, 18 different
aa
patterns at 98c to .. ,.w,UU
A beautiful line of Lunch
Clotns, Doilies and
Scarfs from 49c up to ...'
for 5k
.95c
Extra wide and heavy
12c linen Toweling for
8ic
10c grade of Bleached
linen Toweling for ...
Thanksgiving
Dress Goods Sale
All our 65c and 75c new /JO/*
Fall Dress Goods ior x«/C
$1.25 Broadcloths, Serges and
65 inch Panama
aq„
Suitings tfOC
A big line of new fall 50c Mo
hair Waistings and QQ«
Suitings 0*/C
Men's 65c heavy
Fleeced extra Underwear,
qe
collar, smooth cloth ...
Men's $10.00 Overcoats in black
and nobby new mix- iy
pa
tures 1 .OU
Men's $16.00 all wool
Kersey Overcoats for
9.75
Great Fur Sale
Black Coney Scarfs with two
tails, $1.00
grade 0«/C
Our best $5.00 Fur Scarfs, guar-
£.teed. 3.98
Genuine $10.00 Fox r* Qff
Scarfs (less than cost) .O.Ou
Our finest $27.1-0 and $35.00
!S8,y,e. .22.50
Ladies' genuine Seal Jacket,
Brocade Silk lined, $200© rtE
value for
Wool Blankets 2.19
ey QD
Extra large 11 quarter
Wool Blankets only £.«/ O
$3.48 all Wool plaid and
qq
plain gray Blankets, only
$5 all Wool extra large 11 Quar
quarter Plaid Blankets AO
each O.^CJ
Genuine Amana all
aq
Wool $6 Blankets Tt.t/cJ
Wrappers and Waists onlylOC
Underwear Sale
Boys' best heavy Fleeced Un
derwear, the kind some OK,
people ask 50c for
*Q(j
Ladies' 25c warm fleeced
1 a
Ve^ts and Pants luC
Ladies' 50c warm fleeced on„
Union Suits D«7C
Boys' and Girls heavy fleeced
Underwear in all sizes,
ia
15c grade only XUC
Ladies' guaranteed All Wool
scarlet Medicated Underwear
for rheumatism.
no
only.. VOC
Men's 65c heavy warm A'Qr%
fleeced Underwear Tc«/C
Good Washboards 19c
Best Patent Brass 50c
Washboards for .. ...
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39c
19c
25c Floor Brooms for ...
25c Glass Lamps for ..
A large line of 15c A.
and,25c Enameled Ware ..A"C
Big Store
many cattle in this county, and says
he gets the best results from Monroe
county cattle.
C. J. Spencer, of Lovilla,- passed
through Albia today on his way home
from Ottumwa, where he had been on
business.
W. E. Cherry, of Des Moines, a for
mer resident of Albia, passed through
town this morning on his way to Red
Oak.
THE OTTUMWA COURIER
Stevens Says:
BE WISE v-
Prepare for the rough winter weather
NOW, while the assortments are large
and you can select just what will
please you.
Good Shoes are Cheaper
THAN DOCTOR BILI S
We have just received a large assort
ment of GOOD ones, that will please
you. They are
GOOD in STYLE
Good In Fitting.
Good In Quality foi4 the Price.
Come see them at
STEVEN'S I
.....SHOE STORE
Tp-Weekly Courier
CHANGING ADDRE8&.
Subscriber* wishing their address chang
ed will please give the name of the Tost
Office to which the paper has been sent as
Hell as the Tost Office where ther desire It
to be changed to.
kOOAL NEWS ITEMS.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Sheep' dip. Sargent's.
Albert Sieman of Douds-Leando was
In the city today on business.
R. W. Funk left this morning on the
Milwaukee for Farson on business.
B. F. Slutts left this afternoon on
Burlington No. 9 for Albia on busi
ness.
Ennis' liver pills at Sargent's.
L. A. Andrew left this morning on
the Milwaukee for Moravia on busi
ness.
Born this morning to Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Lancey, 423 West Second street
a son.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Sauer,
604 East Main street, at noon today a
eon and a daughter.
Poultry food, all kinds. Sasgent's.
Mrs. C. C. Canfleld, 102 South Davis
street, left this morning on the Mil
waukee for Bid well to visit with
relatives.
Mrs. John Miller, 216 Gara street,
left this afternoon on Burlington No.
9 for Chilllcothe to visit her daughter
Mrs. D. T. Rambo.
Miss Mina Burns, of North English,
arrived this morning' oil. th£ Mil
waukee to visit at the home ofW. W.
Leonard, 140 Mabel street.
Ask for "Sargent's" White Pine and
Tar, 25c.
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, of Hillsboro,
arrived this morning on the Rock Is
land to visit at the home of Mrs.
H. Cremer, 215 North Court street.
Mrs. Emma Crail, 924 Hackberry
street, left this morning on Burlington
No. 3, for Chariton, called there by
the serious illness of her father.
Mrs. J. M. Massey of Albia, who has
been visiting at the home of J. R.
Kimbal, 206 Clarence street, left this
morning on Burlington No. 3 for her
home.
Sargent's Rubicream heals chapped
hands.
Mrs. W. M. Winston of Hiteman,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Beitel, 586 West Fourth
street, left this afternoon on Burling
ton No. 9 for her home.
Mrs. S. f$. Humiston of Chariton,
who has been visiting at the home of
her son, W. A. Humiston, 267 North
McLean street, left this afternoon on
Burlington No. 9 for her home.
Sargent invites you to make his store
headquarters when in town.
John S'. Mayes of Buxton, who has
been visiting at the home of his sis­•
ter, Mrs. A. B. Kennedy, 518 South
Davis street, left this afternoon on
Burlington No. 9 for his home.
Mrs. J. H. Nelling, of Ogden, Utah,
who has been visiting Mrs. Joseph
Hunnell, Jr., left this morning on the
Rock Island accompanied by Mrs.
Hunnell, for Eldon, to visit Mrs.
Joseph Hunnell, Sr.
Leave your packages at Sargent's
while In the city.
Mrs. N. J. Harkless of Foster, who
You
Know
that goods from this store are
the best you can get for the
money. No difference if the ar
ticle cQsts only a small amount,
if that article comes from
Neasham's you know the quality
is the best.
J. W. Neasharriy
1 Leading Jeweler,
120 E. Main.
has been visiting at the home of her
son Emmett Harkless, on Richmond
avenufe, accompanied by Mrs. Emmett
Harkless, left this morning on the
Milkaukee for her home.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Sargent's treat everybody right
Hudnut's beautiful Christmas per
fumes. Sargent's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peppers, of Cen
terville, were In the city yesterday on
business.
J. F. Kerfoot left this morning on
Burlingon No.' 16 for New London on
a business trip.
Dr. S. L. Hauck left yesterday aft
ernoon on Burlington No. 13 for Charl
ton on a business trip.
I. N. Wood of Woodburn Is In the
city a guest at the home of his son, J.
L. Wood, 213 North Moore street.
Mrs. B. M. Doolittle of Washington
arrived in the city this afternoon to
visit Mrs. J. F. Funk, north of the city.
Dr. Ennis' prescriptions at Sargent's.
J. H. Landis, of Keosauqua, was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Landis.
Mrs. A. M. Lukens, 126 South Ash
street, left this morning on Burling
ton No. 3 for Chilllcothe to visit with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Price, who have
resided in Falrview, left this morning
on Burlington No. 3 for Cleveland to
make their future hon^.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Price, of Phil
lipsville, left this morning on the
Rock Island for Des Moines to visit
their son, Thomas Prlcp.
Mrs. D. C. Abernathy, who resides
on North McLean street, left this
morning on the Rock Island for Kirk
ville to visit with friends.
Mrs. B. L. Ward, 419 West Fourth
street, left this morning on the Rock
Island for Kirkville, called there by
the serious Illness of her father-in-law.
D. C. Ward.
Mrs. John Ellmaker, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Scheiwe, 133 Lincoln avenue,
left this morning on Burlington No.
16 for her home in Batavia to make
her final preparations for moving to
Denver, Col., where she will reside.
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SOUTH 8ID5 NEW8.
RE-ADDO WEDDING.
Marriage Solemnized At 8t. Patrick's
Catholic Church, South Ottumwa.
From Tuesdays Daily.
At nuptial mass ,this morning at 9
o'clock in St. Patrick's Catholic church
was solemnized the marriage of Miss
Mary Re to Albert Addo of Fairfield.
Rev. Father J. C. White, pastor of
the church officiated. The bride was
attended by her sister, Miss Maggie
Re, while Giovanni Pazzlglla acted as
best man. The bride was becoming
ly attired in a white gown and wore
a bride's veil. Mr. and Mrs. Addo wiJ
make Ottumwa their future home and
will reside at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Re on West Second street.
A reception will be given in their
honor at the Re home this evening.
Other South 8lde News.
Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson of
Libertyville, have moved to the South
Side and will reside on North Moore
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Bothman, who
reside on North Moore street, return
ed home yesterday after visiting with
friends in Bloomfleld.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Jay Garrettson and George Hill left
this morning for Carbon on a day's
hunting excursion.
T. Z. Mil'ard, 403 South Willard
street, left for Bloomfleld today on a
short business trip.
Miss Delia Baker, who resides on
Queen Ann avenue, left yesterday for
Buxton, where she will spend a few
months with her sister, Mrs. C. Cliff.
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OBITUARY.
Died at her home November 6, 1906,
Mrs. Louisa L. Peters, in the sixty
fourth year of her age. She was born
in Indiana March 23, 1841, having
moved to Iowa witli her parents, Wil
liam and Elizabeth Lynn, when seven
years of age. The deceased was mar
ried to J. M. Peters, whose death pre
ceded hers but a few months, Novem
ber 18, 1863. Five children were
born to t-em, tour of whom are liv
ing. They are Clay Peters of San
Francisco, Cal., Jessie, Alice and
Charles, who are at home. 3esides
her children Mrs. Peters is survived
by one sister, Mrs. S. J. Lynch, of
Fairfield, and two brothers, James A.
Lynn, of Hedrick, and H. C. Lynn, of
Sigourney. Her death was not unex
pected as she had been ailing for
some time, -he was taken ill about
two years ago. Late last fall she
went to California to regain her health
but returned in the spring with no
improvement.
Mrs. Peters was a highly esteemed
and remarkably cultured woman. Pur
ity anTloftiness of purpose, noble and
beautiful alms were very characteris-
Two New Styles
of Shoes at Steinhoff's Shoe
Store. One Is for the Ladies,
who like a neat dress Shoe with
a light sole at $3.00, and the
other Is a men's Blucher, light
weight Shoe, made for winter
wear at $3.50. Call and see them
at once.
L. Steinhoff & Son
One Price 8hoe Store.
618 Church Street.
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0AVIDA0LER4 somq
CLOTHING CO./
MIlWAUKEt
From Wednesday's Dally.
Mrs. J. W. Seifert, one of the oldest
and most respected residents of Eddy
ville, pasied away last evening at 8
o'clock at the family residence. Mrs.
Seifert was about 68 -"ears old, and
had resided in Eddyville since 1860,
over forty-Ave years ago. The funeral
will be held Friday afternoon. Inter
ment will be mad in Eddyville ceme
tery.
In the death of Mrs. Seifert the com
munity of Eddyville and vicinity has
lost one of Its unusual women. -Mrs.
Seifert was cultured, versed intelli
gently upon many walks of life' and a
good Christian woman. She was born
in Germany and came -to Eddyville
shortly after her twentieth year In
life. She was preceded in death by her
husband, who passed away several
years ago. She is survived by three
children, Mrs. H., L. Hedrick, of Dfes
"Moines, formerly of Ottumwa Mrs.
Noble Holloway and O. H. Seifert, of
Eddyville.
Death of Young Woman.
After a lingering illness, Mrs. James
Harness died yesterday afternoon at
the residence of her father, John
Pllcher, on South Walnut avenue. She
was 17 years, 5 months and 27 days
old. The funeral was held this after
noon at 1 o'clock. Interment was
made in the Morris Hill cemetery.
Little Boy Die*.
Joseph, the 19 months old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Tray, 1343 East Main
street, died this morning at 1 o'clock
after a short illness. The funeral will
be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, from the Sacred Heart Catho
lic church. Rev. Father James Foley
will conduct the services. Interment
will be made in Calvary cemetery.
The
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DOTY ILOTHIN GtOMPANY
OTTUMWA* IOWA.
DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER.
209-211 EAST MAIN STREET.
AGED WOMAN,DIES
MRS. J. W. SEIFERT OF EDDYVILLE
PASSES AWAY AT AD
VANCED AGE ...
O OF I N G.
PREPARED ROOFING, TAR AND GRAVEL ROOFING, TIN ROOF.
ING. ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF ROOFING POT CN TO ORDER.
Ottumwa Hardware Co.
122 EAST MAIN STREET.
S.
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Funeral.
The funeral of the late Joel Kirsch
baum, who passed away very suddenly
In Tuscon, Arizona, last Thursday,
will be held in Burlington tomorrow
morning at 10:80 o'clock. EYed H.
Hall, of Ottumwa. will arrive in Burl
ington tomorrow morning with the
remains. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Klrsch
baum will leave here tomorrow morn
ing for Burlington to attend the funer
al. whioh will be private. Interment
will be r.iade in Aspen Grove ceme
tery.
Attend Funeral.
Mrs. Charlotte Chandler, mother of
Mrs. G. W. Mofflt, 320 Walnut
avenue, and Mrs. C. W. Mofflt, 230
Walnut avenue, died at her home near
Kinross in Washington county Mon
day night. The funeral will be held
today. Accompanied by the husbands,
the surviving daughters left this
morning for Kinross.
tic of her life. Her kind and gener
ous .disposition won her a host of
friends. The sick and needy always
found in her their warmest and truest
frienu. Along her life's pathway
blossomed the fairest flowers. As a
loving mother, faithful friend and
neighbor, she will be sadly missed in
the community in which she lived.
Contributed.
No finer clothing in Ottumwa than
that in stock at the Hub and the
prices so different.
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Young Men who
admire Good style
will be glad to test
and know this en
tirely new type of
young men's ap
pa re
COLLEGIAN CLOTHES.
Fall and Winter
styles are now ready
Collegian Belt Coats
$12.50 to $25.00
Collegian Plain Black
Overcoats $12.50 to $25.
Collegian Rain Coats
$10. to .$20.
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Collegian suits blue
serge, black cheviots*
fancy worsteds and cass
imeers in all the new gray
effects $12.00 to $20.00
There is
a Fit
Pierce & Son
EAST SECOND ST.
John Walker Dies at Batavia.
Batavia, Nov. 8. John Walker, an
old and respected citizen of this vicin
ity, died Sunday morning at his home,
southwest of town, after a lingering
illness of several months. Mr. Walker
was born in Jeffeison county, March
30, 1849. .He was united in marriage
to Miss Ruth A. Dean on March 11,
1873, who still survives with two sons,
J. E., and J. I. Walker, to mourn th®
loss of a kind father and loving hus
band. Interment was made in the
Gonterman cemetery under the au
spices of the M. W. A., of this city, of
which he was a member
Is merchandise from the largest and
finest establishments in the world
good economy? We handle some
goods from Wilson Bros., Sweet Orr
& Co., Marks & Haas, Rice & Hutch
ins and Gauss-Langenburg. These are
recognized as the largest and best in
the country and their goods are on
sale by the Hub.
ORMANVILLE.
Ormanville, Nov. 8.—Rev. Overturf.
who has been visiting here, returned k«t
home Monday. sf.ps'
The quarterly meeting at the Meth-.
odist Episcopal church, was postponed
on account of inclement weather to&ifcf
next Sunday week.
D. O.j Thompson has returned fromi
Ozark mountains, much improved in!
health.
Hamilton Downing visited last week
with his sons, Edward and William.
School commenced at North Star
yesterday, Miss Mary Farrlngton'
teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shadley are re
Joicing over the arrival of a new
girl.
Chas. Toole has returned from
Florida much improved in health.
Mrs. Sarah Kindall entertained
Frank Kendall, of Ottumwa, and Jacob
Hoffman, of Floyd county, recently.
Mrs. Thomas Conger's mother is
lying at deaths door.
Lou Dowers of Nebraska, is visit*
ins his uncle, Wm. Dowers.
Mrs. Mary Lewis is very low.
Mrs. A. T. Miller and Miss Blanche
Darner, visited the hotel latelv.
Adam llawk, Sr., has returned from
Kansas.
Mrs. Levi Skinner is no better.
Master Jas. Downing has returned'*
to school after a week's illness.
Fairvlew school has been repaired
lately.
Miss Edna Berry has returned.
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foot.
Our stock is large enough to
accommodate all classes of buy
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Overcoats go to the Hub
The children like to have their'
mothers come home and open the lug-
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