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PAGE SIX STERLING. II.LWOIS. FRIDAY. SEPT. 23. 1916. » vj Here's Where You Save $10 Oil a $25 SUIT Made To Your Order TPILH (CROWDED i '-, F> ntirv-a •ir.g <Vnrf ROCK FALLS BRIEFS Mother's Cook Book. ". -•;']. ' ::?;: '', .', '• 'O • \ H \ . in I'M", hf-nr' '," ;;:iv, , .f»s (. K»u ;•# .:*t: ay, . u;'. M,-f-«lf:j', I:- 11 ! srf' Mi- H H Kritv :i!Tis No Less thah "$15—No More than $20 oil pi-l tin- SAM K !iiuh-chiss tnutonal.s flio _SA J M_K Merit fni)oriri#, nmj tht» HA.MR i^tuul service that imy • tttilor (/an possibly HIM- ymi in an* $L'."i suit. , These .suits "arc inn<lc-to-m<>{i£iiiv by l!i<> I'JIIIMMIS SCOTCH WOLUOX : 'iMHJ,S ami i! is ^hmuirli specin! nrniu.uvuH'iils wiih | f tllClil that wi'.jiri' alile l(»,,o!Ver real $-5 suit* to measure ^~tor ffl'ir irilin"savliur ofii Ten I'Joliar Hill means any tn you, don't fail to st-o our f-ainple.s. Suits Pressed Free of Charge Wp™™" ^ The $15 Tailor 209 l-'irst Ave., Sk-rliiig itinv ;H i !'•-•• Ii. Ally A.huri i-,.! .!•<•.!<-- n-i -rit l.i M... i i«..Y !( !•"!: till li'!:-itl' : • Ml Fir-'! V.llli >fM;tl k ..( 'I,-iHJI.il :'- M < 'liiflit; tin.- \vi.-k lii'i" v, itb !>•!, wiilt \i»it -.ijth Mr. nml Mr?- U. I-:. Hiii^n, .1. li. h.Kifin.f tiifi! ilauglitcr. >(!.«« • Virry, <,f l*int>ln i"Snv\ n, MM- vin-iUnH :>t tt)» I, unit- LI' Mi. iitnl ,\t»«. .< 1C V\ lici-lin'h iili'l ills', ij.'tin:; III I nr ''-"III n U ^ f M !; w 1 :. rri t f- *.«.'<-,rk i .in !•<. ?.t b<> Roast Lamb en Toast. Mi!l:o slice-; df i nlfj ro.'l rtiT. the iiit'fit, cdi-ry .«-;tlt find tt-r or stork. 1'i'iir over small buttered of tosj-l. - Inmli In s ti<ld IT, T', Daidivi'-M day "ill lllt?l!|l'S«. Inxon ta hfi-f to- Ki-lli*" ,'lHii HI !( II Grape Dessert. Tilt three fiihic.Kpooliful.S Of Jmw- dcrcij {.'''Intin into u .Njujrcpiin, «(Jtl two find oiu- luilf I'lipfuN of grnpp jnlcr, t!i<> urut< < d find mid julco- nf a h-UK'ti mid idle dud uni-hulf f ujifuls of niid dlssohp over tin- firtv llf- from iiu> fire ruid when it \<t |>c- to SH ridd oiiif cupful of skinned null f»-fHU'«| grnpes. I'our into n mold ninl dei-di-ntc \vltti shrcddtnl al- riioiids \vhcii turned out. Simple Salad Dressing. Mince one s-nlnll nnton with six sllci.'s of good baenn, add oni? pgK, I'<-'I>- por nnd fttdr, two tnbtcspufinfnls of fi«- jwr, a tPT.t>t)ootiful <»f coriiftturoh nnd thrce-fourtliP of a cnipful of niHd vine- «nr. Cook until smooth aud use on lettucp. .-uiil ».;»!>>• iff itK' frii'iid.': ;iiir! 1 |oit-in'i'' \Vfiv,i .1 Iti" tninn" «'(* here. Ml". Mililifd 'Klym r*'lntiV(-H. i"i>r«l ;'ini Air.; Ah', ,'iliil Alt.". SiiHi..\V-MJjlil Mr" "7m 11 "Sim. C. A. )!(•> iiutdM t tnrneil IK tln'ir Itolilo totlny after few t.hiys' visit liftf, 3I7»>«« I'TIfiiticr Ai'ki'n went tu tuilny t'nr mi itv«-r Siimhiy visit Mr.'and Alr.Mr 1;. <'. !H-l'.n-<- iui< iliiiiKlitcf. Allliin.-.il, ul lialfMturt;. un vlftltiiiK at the liuint" of Air. ami Ali> (', H. i 'ai7i|ili» II. Air. atulMr.". Wiil Jii-eiM unit ^mi atlll AltK. (illV t "illltill I 1 , A. \Vhli tn>y Al. \V. i'hii|«in n( .«|icrii •Thursday lien- tiihliur nt- Blrds'TJeit Pudding. Cover (lie bottom <if u pie tin with sliced tipples or penrhes, cover with n jn n moderate oven, then fiirn uptUde down on n large plnte, butter tin' np- pte sld«*. ^nrinklr- wirtr BUpr and add a grating of nutmeg, cut tmd serve us pie... — " Sally LunriB. Tills la a fnmons old crnnlc rcclpo: Tiik<> four fupfiil.s of Jlour, four tahlo- BjMiotvfulR of Kusinr, four tnlilrspoonftds of butter,'ir qtlartor of a teasnoonful of suit, on«! yt'iiKt eukt', two I'KfJs and Contain^ Facts That Everyone Interested in Motor Gars * Wants to Know * E This Book is Free- Send for Your Copy Use tbc Coupon Below The supply of these books is limited, <,<> send for your copy at once. VERVQNE you kr.o-.v t.ilks motor' cars. If you want to be abic to discuss this subject intelligently send for your cnpy of thin book. It explains th? .construction and onfrntio : of motors in , general. It'explains the principles of the iKnipht sleeve-valve motor in detni!. 'I his fn';tr>r an American invention — , fev-.Jutif.nir'-tj '!,r European motor car in-' 'du:.',fv. For vf-.'ir's its use was confined to high- prieed European rare. Now it ran be secured in American made cars of moderate !pntr. All rnotm (<,;•-,,i tr talking about this motor The- brK.l: tluit fxpl;un f ; remakes the operation of art automobile rnotyr so plain that anyone con understand it And there ore illustrations to nuke every point clear. IQGK FALLS DAILY GAZETTE BOOK FALLS, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916. in the i «>rn _ llfMity" 5Iuy (t'f Henry, tciidrd iht* (-urnhiij ln-rf ycnii'n'liiy. " ilr. i»nd Mr». I'ml Ki rm-r tiirt rhil- drc-n, of Taiii|.jc<>, wt'W ln-rt- y*'.«ti'r- day ntU'isiilnsj ilu» I'orit «'arniv»l. jVI.fi. iintl MTH. Jnuu! fJ»>fH, l>r. find Mr«. • \V'ilH<>u ;ui't -Mr. 'and Mf* Hi'i-t. \\'ls'i'nh;inicr «>f Walnut. Wi>r»- n'Tt- tto Hn> ('mil i',iriu\;il \ CHI' '-<lny, Kd ICrlckBini i»f .Molint' ,ls % i«sit tlif hotiH; of Air. and .Mis, Kf\> Wllltiirn.'i. , T, U,:MEETIN6 DIED Mrs. Verna Stoncr Died Monday- Funeral Was Held Yesterday resting Meeting Was Held;;,.r^fti^Lo^S-Sna- Mrs. Benners, Atiili-li'v iii'irnlni; at }'J o'clock. Thf f>i!ii:.il \\nti In hi ye-Ntfrdny ut tin- _LmJII".-l.." Alin.rii Shi- If ivc... liV m«,"'i-!l "•" * , IKT dcalli a Iiuslmmt uinl HOII. Kuils H\. «' '«•*. V" \\htth .M,. u Hn.inr IH tin- <laiiK»itt-r iH-i'ii holil ;«t All" I'ndfi- '(,„,! jf, fr Ji^.-j,), Alucllcii formci I .Thuradny tun HVVIHK t<i U\.- dvutu, t),i.s .ity nix! IIHB many frlt-nds ht-ri' nlt-cr, .Mr.-*, JnhtiMUi. <•! N< '•<'•». who will -mourn k»'r d«Mth. ll^tU at tho hoiiif «u A(r»i l>««vi^ ^l, c SMI" tv.i.iu;,-M-M-H y«mrn old itad jwttngr WiiH \ii'1l aiii-iiiin 1 itiiit, {>,,,.! i» ,"u IH (,,) I'M-_ IJJIHI fnur_vieuhii- i».!i~ t.r a>. "' >,duvolfoiinl |flH. Yt'iiwai, M»i<. V«'««tfard 1'c.n t]t> liuod \sniU 1'l.tii I..IH.IV I-.M. ni TT Trp A r»-v r^T TTr> MILITARY CLUB ' Creed of. the Knocker. "I "iH-llevo that- nothing Is right, that 1 alone have the Ideas. The town Is wrong, Uu> editor Is* wrong, the tcuchcrM tire wrong, tho IMJOple ni-e wrotifr, ih«* thing!* they do are-wr<>Hg-ft Hd-tliej' u re-tkil tig t htrtiHir the wrong wuy uiiyhow. I In'llcvw 1 MX th\HB« il j|.i?f : '^''i' : '^ : ma »\il).iul pract.ce Wcotino T'-niriht At the Arm- ot-y At G:CO O'clock L'.lu—l-n,~ tnim.u v < lu'f will havtr-'T •<>tiiin U » ..vi-Hiii-: sit 6:a<i o'clock "n<?« oi tin' i hll.l 1 mill it \,i'Uil'.it tli, , II:IH\ 'r:« - !.^ tor tho j)iir- nt-t'lii »o wl'u-n vvt- \vm-«i<l»'r tlw> | !"•»>•• >•! . ,liili IIH^IUI-. The hoy« t-x- _ir««ul «-fTi>rt iiiul nuci<!i iliin.jfii I tr. .•.*-..» ilnlt at thi* (.'urn Cur- id welfare lltu-H nuut utK,.ni»-.aii m.-*' nn.il i <ni<ittow iitt«T|ioon. fl/ytiT, our land ur« ilnliour'! t«' th<-| ' • v •-' j.nr IfKixhUloii wiiirh nil! | in- , ' AI>KH? A TUTl /V"M irtfre child In U.II.IIIH .v.-i\.s, m mi- U2 JtillAlJbU UJN In ("•!iili.»5'li-1 • . . - . tl»' M\>I'!' Undcrv,c:.t O,*elation For Appenoieitif tit' tllf jUVlllIll' I Mill U \Vm.; \.,u- i.-iciv.ii jicri- yowtrrday t'i.u i''jist| I'utHi.s nf Mi'llo Hlaiiifii, i-ritici!)', U) with uppcmll dj*d, actlvlth'K. the oil)* out' nation's jli|. .• Tli'^ro ur« >h U'>, do iuii ai't'i' 1 ''!'' 1 ! 1 t vnliiu of such I'trfii'iJ- f«r a return to tho isi*« thf lititiii!'\\II.H tlw i, J)» thv litV of tln> i lulu ll t«sK as- If Uicy doo't I will get a lot of other fellows like ipjrsolf and wo 1 will liavo a luw panned to'inako others do things tbc wny we want them done. I do not believe --that—the town -It Irtoa hlsrnowr~T^enifveTrr'fiKlitIni" every public .jiupruvcnu>nt und-«p<»U- Ing,, evoryliody's i>leusure. 1 am ul- .ways to U^e front_iu opposing ^things and licvor yet Bdvauci'U an Ultni or -•npponed—a—roovenipirt—that wuuld- lmaiJiU.lii!-piHipJc_bjiiiplt > r -or-udd tu- tlui plcasuro of man, woman or ohltd. I am opjfoHfd 'to fua and jun JwippUwt when at a funeral, I bellev»« in sturt- Jnif refonna that will tako Uie Joy out of life. It's a ead world aud I am glad of It. Aweu."—8k Louia Tost- Dlapatcb, ' u 1mIf n cupful of milk. Cruiuhli' (he yrast 'cnk't* Into n'ctijiJ, pnt a JLfj?W*. r !i?* fut of 8UKTsr~Hmi""oiu«~«;tf jlour with It, Jialf flll thf cup with luko wurin. water nnd lot Ktaud In a wurtn place 15 minutes. Sift the flour into n bowl,-add -wit nnd,,Ki!Kni% rub In the Imttw. Pour the yeiiKl Into thw ccntor -of the flour, add thy i>jrj»'K. beaten, tho uiilk, nnd cnntiKh hike warm water to nmlcc a Koft 'dough. Mix nnd heat welt with n wooden .spoou, mit in i> warm jilnce to •rise 6no hour. OreiiHe threw layr-r cuki? pans, place tho tnijcttiro In Jhu jlirei^ Xet sthtTd'iihtlilriscirto tln» lop of the* tins, brush with etttis and btiktt In n Jtot ovfin ten inliuitfM. Thoj' should l»« lightly hrownt'd nil over.-'.Split In three nnd toast, buttur nnd servo on tbo'Becond day. They inity"I»e eiiten This Coupon --and mail it to u.t Do it today (VC.M LUU K t U. and v\h "'*l ciu> Hut tjlif iinl wns ujx-raleil on yvKtortluy, Us-- ••»' 1"» m-ni yesterday to hiw I" 'i l ' '< • Mo iH ir}>ortc>U to bo in « \<-r\ :v. uoiir (umliiloiiT Of BURIED TQJDAY _-.„„ than w«« can BU Iwi/K • ~ .- <f of.Ihf biut hortiu |iJuu, the Fimci.il 8orvicc» Of Littl* Mon tha ^'U'l-hwneU.Htt home, Uie ,'r; and Mr«. Ray Wilton COud. The luiitu' . ami. ll« 'II. tunujal *i«r\icva uvw the re- n^fwpt alon« with' the ru*! i ;n.im* o( the tUU« HOII of. Mr, ami .jli'tt single year "ihe »t.ite" ot'_Ali«, lt,i\ U'llnon were held thl8 jnvuily I'j.'i'i'i—ri—j T nui'ui—rSjii "TIT "HUtt fiaTT ivetlvtd jiito M ur,tli;iiiK>':i '•' •'!,,!• of sfi'-rviues ami MrK, \V. 11, in^d'Ut an wxpeusw ot more'KeNev and .\liti. Atthur Deum Kann. inillltiii iIulluiH. Alin it Ci. ' ruiial \\.IH nutde in tho Nelnon ce>nc>- » .the »e. SVh.it _tin? -iA«;-i-i 1.^4 »tf tttfUil"!* 1 c lir i ll It sUU<iy tiniony ,tn fnffitil in jiHi'ii'lt- to he iuliviiuei.1 ih.u xn< ..u, «J' ihhl l;li*ut Uill'iitlt'tl"" llh KIM' , alcohol. Nation with li''i' litth' l.at< in 1 ' 0JJ" th»"br,ule|l ut' IhlK live that to KaiuiaM, anil nfra!i;nt \\;\\ il,u> madu U '«l»y wtati* \Ve imw dvntM't'd ft urn the h.utehet to i ux ami aii> HHW InnUiiiK t''r iiicll tu >'lfli| ll mil i^ the luu lli- dexlltije I in th<'*• ' » Ytovuitd ami Mis l'emi<M,_\uil_ XUU'B - Ut Uic < itiue'viU'ii l» h« JlLstellet i'etoher Ittji to jf'ltlju UW» ire • i Conoregational 'Church "Pinumy Hchool at 8:45. preachinK "i\|ie ;-t lu-;4D. Uarry llo«tetti>r of Uvihui, Hill |.M-jii')i. ISndeavor at .ait. .No evenjim ««>l vice, M. E. Church Suuuu) Mehooi. at U:45, AlorniriK «er- s>v at l<i.4,'>. J-'.vt-nius «er%'ive »t 7:HI), 'ahlor, JifV. \t, H. Lolls • Chfictian Church S:in!iN Ht-hool ut a:45. Preat-hlnff ;u iy,-jr>, euycci. "Th« i.'huruti Temperature of Trees. r It U.not ahutle that uinkes It cooler under a tree In' summer. Tlie *.t»ol- ne«» of .the tree Itself j« to he eonnld- • : credi since Its tempc'ruture Is nhbut 45 degrees Fuhrenlielt lit all Uniea. us i ; t»f the humiVir.jbody1l^a frui'tlon worv) tUnn 1)8 di«gr(>eti, So.'iif will he mn-n, a dump of tre<?8 cool^ thu air «y» u piece of ica-COQja the water Jlu u pitcher. It iB for this ?eftgon thut 'municipal experts contend tlint trees ehoukl bi* planted In tho tenement districts of lurse .cities. If, they reuaon, the nlr. .eita be niado cooler and purer by trees. fVIORON^AtTAGKSTEACHER VlfcTIM-OF-PELLA<3RAr i H ^^-n« AP MAN PUECTROCUTED. , ntv. in., sei.t. 20; CI.UVII,,!- Ottawa, 111.. Sept. :,>!>.—Kmnn-ti -"•— ^_ , • , , | Iiii J .. P ...i-ii.'. Hutiioii agent of the C'hJca. i Y««r Old Youth Threw Coat : I'att.TMXi. uio-.l 50. a farnu-r ro»t.llii«-| 7, .,,^ ; , fl ,„»,,.i-.H.rirt ru»n»ni1 t>< l>n Over H«ad of Girl. jut Kalmia,. Iowa. M driiil «t a loral -) I'uo, was elect rurntt'd wh«';n.he tunk u Juliet, 111., H«'i»t, in.—|'clU-e yest«'r- j ln>y|tH;>l fnun |n;l)nurii. "charged wtro lu hlu hand. a V-niifcHRJon ffom "' ~~ —' " day AVtird..JitcJkIajiua,-ttJt ..... IS, year rilii moron, i that bw. nttrii'ked front of her bourn'. re.slf-d __ V;in Teacher. "~In Mr.MuiiiiM waH «r- Tfi i # i 'vvliK'h jteoiired the cxchiHivi» iifljsli- h'irhob<r wht>rf> MIKS Van Antwerp | Van Antwerp wan on. her. way; horni- and panned the youth, who was i KtandjiiK on a corner, lit- followed he.F, f and Jiiat an -n*\w w»M__nhj>ut Jo enter'her » Tfulni: nTlett' ~liTin 7 oTit "STiiTlir her "h'wfd- and foreert her to the Kroutul, Her screams arooxeil MfManii.s wreKtteil with Mix* Van Ajnwi-rp until two men were almotit j on. lilin, when lie fled. i . - _• ,\ don't »eo why you make Bach A fuss because I iflmounced our eu- He- —Well, I haven't got my wife's —LABOR LEADER SUED ( _^_ ^ . ,. •, . 'i Kin of Man Killed Suei For Surri«fI $10,000. Clinton, III., «t'pt; 2«. rnr-l K. JVr- ; KOIIK of. 1'hicaKUi labor k-rulcr timl for- i intir <>(lltiir. of the llHnolM Central j Strike Hiilletin, IB facing a ilinniiK'' Hull! for $10,»0i) l»y the estate.of Anton MUM- i lVrf«i,n» Hhot iinfl killed .MII^HIT, » j : rcakcr In Clinton, liiit WUH ac- i|iii(tcd of the oliargo of nutnlcr. A-i- jury .was selected WwineKday after two vi-nlr<4i of Dili ly-Hls and fifty men had 1 been exntnlnci!. Attorney Frank coin- : erford of Ctjik-iiKo l« rejirBnuntlnK JVr- j. . Wise and Otherwise, Old imm always itoow more tlmu they p.rw|«n_'_Lt°'Ji. mentu. As more cjty children die due- . - 1 '' 1 ' l nH I . to be &lr«. J ! i an'er on West Kourth («riin t and «ill nuiiih«<i» me Inxit-"'. t«» In* piii^imt, JL'IUM*,' 1'l'e^s I'MIII <i|iild. lit. FARM LECTURES' Tin.-, nuirnliitf froin,tt:3o to 10 o'rloek Uvtu.o (.1; aKrH'ulturo \va»'glvt>n to n-s n« ^ the arfrleitttnrul deiiuruiiBiit, , t !'i'n> ,-iAif ^ fc't.uij fintifi • mwtl at IWVH I'oie tlu'ie unit i» Uu- hut( hour they lw useful hhita. ° Petticoats fc- W<"«n> ofiV & fljl t\vu ti-fiffl ul-liw*' of <'\<'i uehijiw and t> in tho wrac. •situ ji «-H for •Prices from $3.40 up, iH ^-'-i-fiiri'iit of ,-atici rori SI.UO up. beauti- M» a witii Niii Ing ihe mouths of Juuo, July, au4 Sept0mb«r tbaa la any othorjie- Aod of the y«tr tbo impurM»tte*TSrtlie HUBBestioa hus rewlved widespread iu>- tlco, Gcnlu* of French Army Cook*. The worltj-wldtt fume of, I''ruuce'«« the motherland of chefs bus been en- t'httuced by the of tbu leiiiuuda of war. The Inreiu'h ariny Jj^Jaf ahead of tho liest ewiklwg lu any oth- cook Holdle-r IB uot to l>» eonuntri-tl with the savory stews served on th*» policemen orca't nl- woys hunting trouble. Wpineu »omelltues feel unworthy of their husbands—In books. "fie Irad a smllo for A wise uiim knows more, thuu be telld, hut a fool tells inure thuu ho A woman always jollies a man along before she ruukca it big loot of him. And when you reach your bottom dollar you still have tlio foundation of a fortune. 0uo never knows "just Jiovv old a woman la until ona happens....to 1KeTJgtir« on her tombstone, not Id,, Stfjit. 2SV-7-The--- opera-; tloTiH ,of u Kanu of Inwuruni'** «wludl«»rM i who or a « «ald ti» Imve Iweir worklnu j In the. mitttlle west for t'hv.'fefct- nlnp ,V(*I-H «r« uhoiit to 1»«. rwwjled by th arr«»t«of thr«»« are I T is the punty of a soap that most interests the doctor. For the purer itjs, the better its action as an antiseptic. • The use of Ivory Soap in hospitals throughout the country is scientific proof that no purer soap can be made. To you this means that Ivory Soap .cleanses :. whose withheld.- -One meuiin of; was" the pr«»8»ntat}an of the of j a worthie«H hor»e. with* the claim thai i It wa» a vniniible tine which hud been * in«iir«-d for a large amount and hud heeh struck hy TROOPS WILL RETURN SOON. Dea MolneN, Ja,, «ept. *8.—Brigadier AUtn, comniuiuilnK th« Iowa ut Urownsvlllo, told hlH men they wouljd be returned homo in u abort time, according to report M thoroughly as to produce an aseptic conclitidn which is cliegnliness at its best. A piece of Ivory Soap 1K inches by_ll£ ~a gallon of makes a one per cent solution which is excellent for sterilising articles in the home. IVORY SOAJP an enemy wht»u ho was down—-preferring lo jump on him with both tent. French front Ju appetising i'hlu, lw not due to variety of KUi>ply. but to tbo man, who wins u cools U>ug before he %fa» u 8oidler.~«iranviHe Fori.'.scuu In the Saturday Kvctilug I'ost. .PREHISTORIC BURIAW MOUNDS. Uitt.i i'li>, Iw , Mi-pi. L 11 * .A number of i-u hicturlc |nirl«i niuiiiulB nc.ui[> 4ott ^^. idt^JiiiiT ! ~'Ju:i r ' I'rfifvhur I,IIH-II Stiu'Ki'V if the l'[it\ t'l^lly til ,ltihli«ton ruUllty. l.oiHi *l'rc»', it in niiiioiincud. niiilillilH Will IM' HiU The DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS_J_OApED. •T<u-i- Haul*', Ins). HI-J>I 45' l',f(il 'liiipi'* 4 '^'*' n< i r iiKcil 11. U.I.H shui ,uul kiilt'il l«y a pliiytuitif, Ua,\m<»nii Vli holl. »K«'ll 13. l» l trttlM |{<i\ tlloli'l <!i«!il I Knt'tt llu- jinu s\;i'< Ui.'t<tt*i|. t<.t\.'n»n>l VlMh aiM'.SU-il l-i hlf u\\il lliutrtrf .tlnl W'll.'J. It't'il In HH- i iilli i' 'I'll'' Ji it I'lltS Ol l(ll> iVitt h>U;« il.tvi 4 III t !» «*ln. i' is •• :<'l- l.-i _\ .1 1 ' Boon to School Teachers, An invention which will be welcomed by pcltooltcachcra and other's who bme occasion, to use blackboards bus recently bfwi introduced consisting essentially of a viicuum fun pw For Cold Weal her Demands aied by a «»iu»'twi»nty-tlftli horsepower ----- r tfV 3rTt>ff ' ',- . ! I 'Jl, Il.-l 1 .' ; .1 ' • >>• ., i .! f/ "B t/ FrW PD" " - .--i j,I '"> i I!• • MI t in »,' P. i n .«n I > t t'; ,.'.»« luofor. Nut only Is tho chalk dust removed l>y .the strong sueUon of ttie fan. hut the Hurfm'e of tho eraser Is rleaiied hy u rotating hri>(le brush. Th» ?r 0halk iH'cIruwu into u t«ox, from \\hncli tho air t>.sc<upi>.s tlu'ou^h a tine muslin filter. It is elaimt'd that no »'hatlt e^''uoe.s iatu (lu- I'tuitil. Dot'tOfS tliiit a KHOI! deal of hnnti Ul •vwj i" t-<'holur» .li> the duatf \ Spicit of Miscttief.- I'till i.llo'lht IK X i I It • M'K«" .'.'!_ f f.V'.fi T" "~ti!, :,!',, „, i»4j)|n d tho if !«,»-, III!' i ) ,i,ui 40 s 1^11- t 1 • ;.. • i, .tuli-u ,m| nititUfi us to We are now prepared to supply your te^iie^da^iid-at-pr4t^s^a^ Considering the market conditions we will meet all competition, Qjjieratlrig^as we do, under the least possible «expense, thereby enabling us to sell you merchandise right flpn't fail to see our line of. t'cmts before buying, The styles were never more attractive. We believe we will give you better value for the money tlian you can get elsewhere. • -- • , "'•..- ''";• ', •• We start them at $10 and up. 'K.I- i.

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