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JU ' ' ' ' ... ' ' I' J e( tit Ford aw Ugf Rector "lavs' way f K31"borfc throwfcj -a ant. Mr.- a4 Mrs. ' " v- - t 1J r Owr Clapper, ttta ucwMaM tfltte a f-ataaca, atrc tr aaaa- B i TS7?tr. strWa fence Mat. NMhi Uie ad. Era. T-wtor also was nnmaenuiiy StVaea, Ber strlUac-ift grmuuL Mr. Sector wu nte,Hred. T T-mth-oW ST f U ani Ua. Sector was rvwa Into th ware: aire fence, where tbr uat kr Mr fcaad be tween the aeahec-fractlcally u tnlured. sara for ft few braises. The - wheel wu entirely wrecked. also The fiuiaial servteae 'if tie fast son of Mr. aad Mr. 0. B. Stewart. were eeodacted Svnday afternoon at fc3S froes the nceae. Re. J. H.H WMar offlrtettag. Burial waa Bftde for the Bayaoldi cemetery. The baby, who waa bat to-? e and one-half weeks old. pass- fttloek attnft Met Illness. The parenta aad two atm tartlva. . Mr. and Mr. Joe Blerl and Mr . aad Mrm. Walter Zlgenhora notor ed to Mt, Pleasant, Iowa. Snnday, waere uey Timed mends.' Mr. and Mrs. Janes Weir were Iq Rcynohl&'Saaday. attendlac the loneraid Mr. mcusw, woo waaue victim of a tragic death at Prairie City, Iowa, last week. Mr. aad -Mrs. r. J. ttelat and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Nasa- becm aad family, and James Rec tor and Mr. and Mrs. Das. KMst and family spent Bandar with friends and relatirea In Rack, Is land. " ' School opened at distriet No. tl Monday with Miss PearsoeXrf Mo lina as teacher. Miss Berry; who was hired to teach the school. nT- . . , I - - - !' .... .-.I. , v7,. .. . MlaW Cftfrl ftl tt tec 1 The Fryermath f Baweaort. Cf-' ale rrrenneth and Mr Are tar af Mnscailnavwara gt4 the home of Mr. aad Cat, Ita Watsoa Snsday. . ... . . I ,. - -- - - ... V J t II ..... x - - ; ' . ... ..... r r . ....... r r mm mw . - ini. , v i Beginning Saturday- ni)1 W A i i i . . irai a I i J r a HJt 1-2 r a 9 t i if mar mng rracucfii completion or iwosrv It is with a great, deal of satisfaction that we invite the public to'Uiis, our Autumn Exposition of 1920. . ' EverNsince last March our store has been torn up by workmen. Ever since the first" of June we have1een de- privedpf our sjiow windows--the very eyes of the store. And yt, with all the handicaps; our business has prog- ressed dven more rapidly than usual. ' ' . And So We Thank You Still Further With Thi L. f Suits Exquisitely Tailored Abounding in Verve and Charm ""-: "---' HANDSOME things, every one o them, gorgeously burdened with s wealth of embroidery and huge collars and cuffs. Styles vary from the youthful box to rippled lines with the more conservative belted models leading in popularity, while fabrics include the twills and the soft-surfaced duvetyn-like materials. At no time does a woman desire so keenly- to be well dressed as Autumn. A Suit properly chosen wilLanswer almost every purpose. " ' -MB r ' Frocks Are Versatile So Testify Numerous Smart Modes INDEED the mode allows one to be severely tailored or delightfully feminine, and mostly the latter for it ' .11 li 1J A. 2-1. i.L. x m.A.: A 1 . wouia seem rasaion couiu nut rmist uiu tempuiuoii uj oe lavish with embroidery, iridescent beading, stitchery and v v all the devices known to the clever designer. Russian chemise and redingote lines prevail for frocks in general, while in themore elegant afternoon gown boaffaocy still holds sway. Tricotine, twills, duvetyn, veloars and a host of new and lovely fabrics make a delightful task of choos ing an Autumn frock, . . . , , w- Wraps Envelope One With Luxury and Warmth SO delightful and snogry are the newf Wnpo mi they are in the majority, too, with, a leaser sprinkling of Coats. . Huge collars, waiBWeogth capes, fur trim mings, soft nd luxurioos fabrkrare distinctive 4eatures of our large stocks. Strolling through tins lec tion one sees women already selecting handsome Wraps for street, for general utility wear, fortb dressy occasion and for motor ' Of gossamer texture is the hosiery created for wear with Autumn attire, and to the beauty r of fine silk is added in tricacy of allover de sign, lace insets, clever clocks or drop-stitch ef fects. - One , must have many pairs, of lovely hose to complete the the fall costume. , .. To powder one's nose are neat little vanities containing compact pow der. And, if one desires, there are little combina tion cases with .rouge and powder and a mirror in which to gaze at the results of one'B1 handi work. e a e - Toast is the shade found in the smart est of neckwear. Hardly a coat front but boasts a cas cade of tinted laces and net or fine ' batiste. .When it is only a question of vestees one may have a pleasing va riety to break , the' monotony of the suit. A Cm of veil to keep one's hair in order1 but also to , give the finish ing touch ' to the costume. A vprop- ' eriy . adjusted veil stamps the final cachet of good grooming to the en semble whether it is worn trig and With Opening of Our Windows Extensive and Elaborate Alterations and Improvements What are the improovetnents that have been made to the store?. One, and a very practical improvement, was the flooring over the old 'light well" that had been an impractical feature of the building from the start liow we have 2400 square feet of spade more than formerly. ' A complete, modern, and very safe system of electric wiring has been in stalled throughout the entire building. Improved show cases haVbeen installed on almost everjrfloor. The Brunswick Phonographs are being given a new, and iarger home. And best of all, the show windows which are opened for your inspection NOW are as handsome as any in the country 1 - 1 utumn Exposition of Fashions and Fabrics, Trifles fashion smile on are to be found in the form of smart umbrel- las ; printed hand kerchiefs; hand bags of .beads, leath er or fabric se vere or frivolous as one prefers ; elusive fascinating French creams, perfumes and powders ; lacy be-fruled bits of lingerie; beads and feather fans and so on ad finitum. NewHats that Hint of Paris In Their Careless Nonchalance PERHAPS in the careless grace of draped duvetyn, the placing of a miniature jeweled dagger, or the angle to a coque feather lies the spirit of a smart Hat To put one's finger on the exact charm is impossible. . It is enough to know that there are Hats here for the most exacting of tastes and in a wealth of styles for all the times when one's Hat must be, chic and different and all that is to be-xpected of the chapeau. 5 Beautiful Fall Fabrics An Inducement to Much Sewing WHATEVER her costume need, for the woman who prefers the individuality of apparel made especially for her by tailor or modiste, there is a galaxy of fabrics in silk or wool from which to evplve all manner of smart lothes. And whileselecting fabrics for the frock, the suit, the blouse or the wrap an inspjection of this Store's collection of laces and trimmings offers many suggestions when one is seeking fur belows that are clever and hew. Patterns likewise are dependable in cut and authentic in style. The matter of corsets is not at all serious when one has been properly fitted. 1 ' It can be forgotten com pletely. Justice to new fall apparel demands that you - ' attend to this detail . rlmu op rVtatrmr .K C . faUTMSw I This Should Be by Far the Most'EventfuFof Expositions Don't Hunk for a minute we will be satisfied with a mere "exposition." To be "up and doing" is our only pleasure. And so we will continue the activities we started early this month to thank you for your Vatronage. 7 Friday Linens Again - Tomorrow we will repeat the offers that are making to day the biggest day in finens. Saturday Tht Biggml Day Thit Store Ever f For the final Saturday of the month we have laid, tremendous plana. Our aim b high, yet we fully in tend to accomplish ifc-to make Saturday the biggest day this store ever knew. Friday night's advertiser meots will teU the tale. Read it! I.Peterseh'sSoiis(S IHCPETERSEN'SSOHSffi s V?