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Anamosa, Iowa m Throughout the 90 years of its history, The Milwaukee Road has cooperated in many ways with the residents of the communities it serves. • By providing constantly improving rail service at the lowest practicable rates . . . • By aiding in the development of these communities and of the agricultural sections between them . . . • By advertising the resources and attractions of the regions it serves... • By furnishing employment to residents of each community along its lines . . . • By sharing, through large tax payments, the cost of maintaining schools, highways and local government . . . • By aiding distressed sections in time of drought. That is what we do. But the teamwork lien in our e!!orts plus your response —your patronage of the railroad when traveling or shipping in recognition of its service. Pulling together is good business for us and for you. Only through your •continued support are we enabled to keep local men employed ... to make extensive purchases from merchants and manufacturers in your territory . .. to pay our heavy tax bill, and to continue the improvement of rail service. Travel and Ship Via J327 Don't Worry About Moths—Our Moth Proofing is FBEE. All wool garments cleaned and pressed by us are guaranteed against moths for six months unless cleaned elsewhere. Take no chances with your woolens. Our repair department is always at your service and prices are reasonable. Ask about our laundry service Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 We Deliver ELMER HUBER, 41, EX-WESLEY BOY, DIES SEPT, 28TH First to Succumb in Family of Twelve Children. The Stevens Point. Wls., Journal recently reported the-death of Elmer John Huber, 41, farmer near Plainfield, Wis. He died Tuesday, September 28, at a Madison hospl- :al, where he was a patient four weeks. He had for months been in poor health and had been treated at the hospital and had had operations there. The cause of his death was not stated. The Journal ;ave the following obituary: "Mr. Huber was born January 23, 1896. at Wesley, Iowa. He con- .inued to live at the Iowa home till the World war when he enlisted and was stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga. He was married to Nettle i'loy Scott, Hurt, Iowa, March 11, 1920. They were the parents of ;wo children, Arleno Marie. 15, and )onald Eugene, nine. "After living on a farm in Iowa or a short time the couple came o Wisconsin in 1922 and located in a farm in the town of Grant, vhere they lived for several years. They then moved to a farm west if Bancroft, Wis., and five years ater to the present farm home near "•lainfield. "Surviving are his wife, and two hildrcn, his father. Britt, Iowa, ix brothers; Louis G., Garrel G., ud Fay A., Titonka. la., Leroy E. 'rinceton. Irvin M., Milwaukee, and 'onion J., Wild Rose; and five isters; Mrs,. L. D. Walker, Prince- on, Mrs. Paul C. Mclntee, Allond. Mrs. Hermer (Eleanor) Bos- la, Lakota, Iowa.. Mrs. Prank Minnie) Sobralske, Milwaukee, and larie Huber, Titonka. "Mr. Huber was the eldest of Plum Cteek Club Meets— A meeting of the Plum Crock Literary club was held at the new school'house in Dist. No, 5, Plum Creek township, Wednesday, with Mrs. Jessie Altwegg as hostess. This was to have been a music meeting, but since there Is as yet no instrument In the schoolhouse the musical program was postponed, and the program as carried out is: winning consolations. Mr. Ludwlg was presented with a birthday token, after which lunch was served. Yesterday Little Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg. celebrated his seventh birthday anniversary. The house was decorated In Halloween style, and the afternoon was spent at games, 26 little guests taking part. A huge birthday cake was the treat of the event. It was beautifully decorated with colored decorations and candles. The lit- .. .. , uuuuruiiuus ana cannies. me lit- J*"^ ol l£L k _ 8 ?° n .?i sk ° lc J ^c ones were served with the cake imily of 12 children. His mother led 11 years ago. "Funeral services were held Frl- ay, October 1, St. Paul's church. lainfield. Burial took place in. the arish cemetery." Mr. Huber's father, sisters, Mrs. talker and Marie, and all his bro- hers attended the funeral: also Irs. W. A. Sprow and Lowell ently, Eau Claire, Wis.; Mr. and rs. Leslie Bentley, Woden, la.; r. and Mrs. Juel Soppeland, of nor, la., son Lavern; Mr. and rank Sobralske, Milwaukee; E. . and Richard Studer, St. Cloud, inn.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Studer, orreston, Minn.; Jos. A. Studer, auk Rapids, Minn.; Mrs. Alvin An- ereon, Burt; Mrs. Clarence Chris- nsen, Wesley; Mr. Walker; and le wives of the brothers Leroy, Irn, and Vernon. of book and author, Laura Benschoter; book review, Bible read- Ing in the Home, Mrs, Augusta Schultz; report by Mrs. Carrie Tohnson, who attended an eegihth district federation meeting as delegate from the club; Mrs. George Johnson, who was county delegate as alternate for Mrs. Helen Peters, Burt, who was unable to attend; song, three little girls from Jessie Altwegg's school. Twenty-four members of the club were present. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Sadia Hopkins nekt week Wednesday. This club is proud of its record last year. It held meetings stress- Ing major projects in state- federation projects, including conservation, public health, public welfare, the American home, education, fine arts, public affairs, legislature history, and International relations, the latter being the project for the new year, winch opened in September. The club also sponsored a rural school circulating library; sent a few gifts and money to a state orphan's home; had outside speakers at public health and conservation meetings, had an all-day meeting and banquet to entertain members' .husbands; sent delegates to all county, district, and state meetings, ' c. The club for this year has planned a full program with 23 regular meetings. At this time the members of the club are pursuing methods of raising money for the club treasury. This, till the past year, was the only state federated rural woman's club in Kossuth. The Doan club is now a co-member. The club has held annual joint meetings with three non-state federated clubs. It Is now planned to have Mi's. Dorothy Houghton, Red Oak, past preesldent of Iowa i-llc , Y ^ r Federated Woman's clubs, as a guest dinner'at'6:30 xnursaay eve- speaker at the club's annual ban- nin g at the Presbvterian church mint fnr hnshnnrta nn rionomiio,. o ____•,„_ . i icau.vi.eiicm oiiuren, etc. and ice cream. Jerry received many birthday tokens. itilj Wll UlUCVJ 1 CUTVCllCJ. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg also cele- Three to Mason City J/unclicon— brated their, eighth wedding anlver- UIU.LGU iueii t oiguiu weuumg umver- Mesaames n. al. amiin, Ji. u. i«u- sary Monday evening, O.pen house Corklo, and N. V. Lowe attended a was held, and many friends call- one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. C. K. Cd. Clark Family In Get v ....... iii.iii.ij in v«^i-jL'igt:iut;i— goies, uio lormer .uuis umyu«, / Dinner guests Sunday at George w ho was a local visitor two weeks Johnson's. Irvington, were Mr. and ftgo . Covers were laid for eight, Mrs. C. E. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hartzell, their son, Mrs. J. S; Ross, and the Leo Clarks, all of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, Burt; Mrs. B. H. Potter, Algona. three children; Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Fitch, Irvington; Dr. W. W. Southwick, Marshal Ho wn, two sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark are the parents of Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Fitch, and the rest are Clark children or near relatives. Callers at Johnson's were Mr. and Mrs. Au^ tin Gardner, Plum Creek. The Clarks once farmed near Algona, and members of the immediate family were all present except Roy Clark, Decorah, and I. M. Clark, of Woburn, Mass. Parish Party is Success— A large crowd gathered at the A. R. Gardner farm home last week Tuesday evening for the annual Episcopal parish supper. This was one of the most successful events the Guild has ever sponsored. A chicken supper was served. Prizes were won by Mrs. Edward Lichty, Mrs. William Kuhn', Leslie Huff. Abbie Tjaden, Mrs. Arnold Maxwell, Mrs. S'helmandine (the rector's wife), and Mrs. C. H. Williams. A dressed chicken was awarded as a guest prize to the Rev. Fr. Shelmandine. At bridge Mr. Williams, Carl Van Hoven, Mrs. John Passel, and Mrs. Henry Tjaden won prizes. . C. T. U. to Hear 'Dick'— The W. C. T. U. will have a VIore Funds Needed to Cover Expenses of School Lunches In severely cold weather hot unches are served at noon at the igh school, the Bryant grade :hool, and the Academy, and •ackers and milk are served to bird ward children requiring ad- ed nourishment. The lunches are ot self-supporting. Last year Miss Bonnstetter. school nurse, collected only $45 from children who pay for their lunches. Some 100 children who cannot pay for lunches have <=«" >-•"..>, »= " aiui.uu.Lc ui lua JVU w- to be fed, and the lunches, plus Jan high school and for a year or the wages of the cook, cost ?266 I so has been color artist for tho lo- last winter. The balance in the j cal Brown Studio. Mrs. Hilton, fund now stands at $69.03, contrib- who was graduated by the Algona uted by the P. T. A. rummage sale,! high school, is a traveling man in ?41.43; the Legion Auxiliary, $15; |-this territory. He is the son of TV T 1 r» M 1 n T I" 1 i-iri *• « OlA. ~\<T /"i » T _ , _ Tl ,, . . IT J 1 A. A 1 quet for husbands on December 8. Wed at Little Brown Church- Elsie Halbrook and Jack Hilton were married Friday at the Little Brown Church, Nashua, the Rev. Wm. Kent, pastor, officiating in a single-ring ceremony. The maid of honor was Violette Halbrook, Mason City, sister of the bride, and the best man was William Hilton, Algona, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a du- Bonnet velvet dress,,with duBonnet accessories, and the bridesmaid wore black velvet. Both bride and bridesmaid carried bouquets of yellow Johanno Hill tea roses. Relatives and friends attended the wedding, following which the bridal couple left for Minneapolis to attend the Minnesota-Notre Dame football game. The bride, wlio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Halbrook. Mason City, is a graduate of the Row- Minnie J, Coate, $10; M. G. Norton, $3.50. The grade school P. T. A. I conducted the rummage sale Satur' day in the old postoffice quarters. Roy Hilton, Algona. Two Birthdays Are Celebrated— uav m uie OIQ postornce quarters. Last we ek Monday Myron Ludwig Homemade candy, largely furnish- celebrated a birthday anniversary ed by the teachers, was sold, also at his home, 20 guests gathering clothing and numerous other arti- for au evening of 500, Bingo, and /ilocj SilTVlhn TWvo T nir^l "\Xr«-illrrt« i.m« J-'UA and Senator L. J. Dickinson will give an address. Richard will furnish several musical numbers, Mrs. J. C. Skow, Wesley, will give the high lights on the World and state convention. The World convention was held at Washington D. C. and the state convention was at Bodne. Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing several selections. Anyone wishing to hear Sendior Dickinson's address is welcome to attend. Trinity Party Thursday Night— Tho Trinity Lutheran Young People's society had a Halloween party at the cliurch Thursday evening, 30 attending. A fortune- telling booth and a fishing pond were features, and Halloween games were played. Elda Lavrenz, who won a prize for best girl's costume, was dressed to resemble Martha Washington, and Donald Will won a boys' prize with a Swiss costume. The entertainment and refreshments committee consisted of Rita Will, Luella Bell, and Marjorie Otto. cles. Yes - Lowest - Cost Save thne and worry—purchase with confidence. Know you have the best—we meet the requirements. AuU.uioliile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household (foods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good Insurance Pays State Street Home Loans The Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre Automobile Loans Phone 55 Insurance Window Glass - AT — LUSBY'S CLASS CUT TO FIT. GIASS PUT IX GLASS PRICED RIGHT Mann and Dobbins Matched at M. C. A boxing show, featuring in the main bout Ray Mann, Sioux City, Iowa middleweight 'champion, and Johnny Dobbins Minneapolis, will be held under auspices of the Mason City Legion post at the Mason City Armory Thursday night. The main event is oipht rounds. Ernie Kilcorn, Albei i. Lea and Jimmy Salvatore, Fort Dodge, box in tho main preliminary, and there are 18 other rounds of boxing on the card. Mann and Dobbins are expected to put on a real scrap and some private battles win ')e settled in the preinilimarie.s. * Emloyment Office Has Record Month The local office of the National Reemploymont Service made more placements for the month of October than before in any month since the service started in November, 1933. Forty-three men and 1C worn on secured private placements and 14 persons secured public placements, a total of 73. There were -19 new applications, and 359 people were interviewed. Teacher Tests are ' Given by Shirleys Eighteen teachers in the county wrote Girls Give Costume Party- Barbara Poole and Betty Lou Towne ware hostesses at a Halloween costume party Saturday even- iing. .20 at'toijdinig. A scavenger hunt was the main diversion. Captains of three teams were Jean Neilsen, Holmes, added entertainment for the guests Congregational Circle Elects- Mrs. D. P. Smith's Congregational circle had a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's Thursday, and election of officers was held. Mrs. Smith was elected chairman, and the circle was named for her. Mrs. J. W. Little was elected co-chairman, and Mrs. M. O. Bourne was elected secretary-treasurer. The circle plans a guest tea for November 18 1'nrty for Grade Pupils— Bertha Godfrey entertained her first grade pupils of the high school building Friday afternoon. The time was spent at games. Each pupil was dressed in Halloween costume, and the little people enjoyed the event immensely. Miss Godfrey served lunch. Twenty- eight youngsters participated in the afternoon of fun. Mesdames H. M. Smith, H. L. Mc- CullenVs, Mason City, Wednesday, honoring Mrs. Carl Jensen, Los- Angeles, the former Lois Gillette, Mrs. Cullen is Mrs. Smith's sister. Second Wedding Date Observed— Messrs, and Mesdamos W. C. Ire- Ian, Rae Asher. and R. T. Agard, with Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson, had a steak fry Saturday evening after- which, at the Irelan home, they played contract. The party honored Doctor and Mrs. Olson's second wedding anniversary. The Olsons won the famiy prize at bridge. Tarty for S. S. Class- Mrs. B. A. Thorpe entertained her Methodist Sunday school class at little Ruth Ann Sigsbec's Saturday evening. The room was decorated with Halloween, and all of the little people were in costume. The evening was spent at party games, following which luncheon was served to 12 little floks, Halloween Party is Given— Marie Pom'merening and Genevieve Sterling were hostesses at a Halloween party Thursday evening at the Pommerening home, 23 boys and girls attending. Decorations were in keeping with Halloween. Prizes were given in games, and a two-course lunch was served. Young Girl Party Hostess— Jeanne Guderian entertained 15 young friends Saturday at a Ha- loween birthday party. She was 12 on October 22. Halloween games were played, and refreshments also were served. Jeanne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Post-Nuptial Shower Planned— Maurine McCullough and Mrs. Dick Cowan will honor Mrs. Jack Hilton, the former Elsie Halbroog, at a post-nuptial shower Thursday evening at the McCullough home. Twelve guests have been invited. Early Hrealtfast at Carlson's— The "Early Risers" surprised the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson Sunday morning at 7:15 by arriving with the makings for breakfast. All 14 members of the club were present. Link Was low. Mrs. Homer Anderson, her mother, Mrs. Mae Harris, and aunt, Mrs. H. M. Harris, attended an Embroidery club meeting at the homo of Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. MIHon Olddlngs, at Wealey. Wednesday. Eight other guests attended. Mrs. Henry Becker entertained her bridge club at her homo Wednesday evening. Two tables wore in play and Mrs. John Button won high. Mrs. A. W. Amunson was low. A two course luncheon was served. Mrs. F. A. Corey entertained tho Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday at one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. A. L. Long wap a club guest. Mrs, Geo. If. Free won high and Mrs. O. D. Stokes was second. The Dolphlahs will have a one o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Algona today. After lunch Mrs. H. M. Potter will give a talk on Interpreting for' Us This Economic Crisis. Dottle Kuckynka, Ruth Dearsch wore hostesses at a Halloween party Sunday night at tho former's home. Halloween games were played, and refreshments were served. The Baptist Aid will meet Thursday with Mrs. Samuel Medln. Each member Is to take to the meeting a can of fruit or vegetables as a gift for the "Wlnnebago Homo." The First Lutheran aid meets Thursday at 2:30 at the church with Mesdames Hilmer Norman, Peter Holsrud, and Martin Swanson as hostesses. The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet tonight for 6 o'clock dinner in the Hotel Algona's Blue Room. Rachel B. Becker, Advance office girl, Is a new member. Mrs. Chas. Ingersc41 entertained at 6:30 dinner Monday evening. Guests were the Methodist boys' and girls' Sunday school class. Mrs. W. G. McCullough will en- iertain her bridge club this week Wednesday afternoon at her homo; There are eight members. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will hold a regular meeting this oven- ing (Tuesday) at Mrs. Thelma Knuteon's. The Methodist Aid will entertain at an annual Guest day luncheon at the church Thursday at 1:15 p. m. Mrs. C. N. Aalfs is entertaining :he Child Study club at her home this afternoon. The Methodist Aid will entertain at a 1:15 luncheon at the church Thursday, Conservationists Announce Meeting Members of the county Conservation League will meet in the courtroom this week Thursday evening. The program will Include motion pictures taken on Field day, and a report of the- Field day 11 be given. Discussion will take place concerning plans for next year. Plans had been laid to pass •osolutions against an open pheasant season this year, but the commission has forestalled such action t>y itself declaring against open dates. Carnival at St. Benedict— The St. Benedict Sodality club will hold its annual fall carnival next Sunday night at the school hall. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at 7 o'clock. Other Society. Mesdames Frank Vera, William foerinR, and Elmer Phillips enter- :ained at an afternoon bridge party Wednesday at Mrs. Vera's. Seven :ables were in play. Mrs. F. Shee- ian won first prize; Mrs. Henry Furst, second; Mrs. Roy Roeder :ravel; and Mrs. David King was low. After bridge a two-course luncheon was served. Mrs. John Dutton entertained her_bridge club last week Tuesday at the Sambo. Mrs. Loyd Walker won the j Halloween games were played and ivnmnn'. I,,-* „„.„„ -„., ,~ ., rof resnments wepe 80n f ed * ^ ^ recreation room in the basement. Rousting weiners in the. fireplace woman's high prize, and •Platt the men's, with Gertrude Eichenberger and Lloyd Walker . _, ---- .... ,,.,_,,,,_, j,,, llw ^_ nig dinner, the rest of the evening was spent at bridge. Mrs H W Post won high; Mrs. George 'Ma. e a- honey won travel; and Mrs. Louis LOST—STRAY FLOCK OF sheep. —Notify Albert Gould, Burt. ,9p WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY. Lakota, phone 9p51-52-7 —Guy Beemer, 102. FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED Poland China boars, vaccinated. —Roy Wiseman, Wesley. 10p4-8 FOR SALE—100 LAYING WHITE Leghorn pullets, reasonable. — Alex Krueger, Lone Rock. 13p7 PUREBRED DUROC JERSEY boars for sale, new blood lines.— A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. ]2p7 WANTED—CORN SHELLING. Big Sandwich sheller; ready anytime.—Call 733, John Loss, Algona, 13p7 FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE boars; cholera immune. Farmers' prices.—Aaron Taylor, Burt. 12p6-ll FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING; best equipped.—Cowan Building ' ~ Ilp4-15 WE DO OWN LENS G1UNDING DR, F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa \vroie examinations Wednesday, "coi. cyuiyiicu.—\_.uwi Thursday, and Friday at the Court Supply Co., phone 275. House, with County Supt. and Mrs. !-— Wm. Shirley in charge. Six wrote!*" 11 . ^ALt—40 for new certificates, and five for . land C hma boars ' S °° d ones -— Hie first time. All will receive Anton Vammer, Rmgsted la first, second, or third grade certi- lan3-4, 7-8 firatefi. acording to their grades in the tests. Hurt Couple to Algona. < n The Hollis Trainers, Burt, have!" 11 "' FOR SALE—POTATOES, NO. 2 grade at 40c per 100 pounds while they last.—Ray McWhorter, 16p7 moved to Aigona and are living in YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE wants the Pratt house on west Nehraska. | work on farm- Can fui . nisn good Mr. Trainer is a Hormel salesman, references.—Write 'M. M." in care A-l shape, good tires, will sell cheap.—George Bruellman, 2 miles north, 2 miles south of Ottosen. p7 WE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA folders of the sort used by professional and business men for filing letters, bills, and other papers.—Advance. tf WANTED — HATCHERY FLOCKS of the heavy breed. Will pay lOc dozen above market at Bancroft or Titonka.—Hamilton Hatchery, Ban- crof t. 20(2)6-7 SHROPSHIRE, OXFORD, DIRSET, and Southdown rams, mostly yearlings. Berkshire, Poland China, Duroc Jersey spring boars, the easy-feeding kind. Come, see them. —Ben Studer, Wesley. 25(2)3tf FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevrolet truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.:—Phone 55, or see Western Credit Company. 33utf ORDER YOUR RUBBER STAMPS from the Advance. Stamp pads inks, nnd other supplies. Quick' service, dependable work, fair prices. ' Shorthorn and Angus bulls.—Ben Studer, Wesley. 4a ,; 7e ;} NOTICE TO SURREXDEiniFGlS TERED 31ILK BOTTLES To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the use toy anyone other than the Algona Cooperative Creamery, of the ree iBtered milk bottles belonging to said Company, is illegal, and anyone now having possession of any milk or cream bottles bearing the registered trademark of the Al gona Cooperative Creamery Company is hereby directed to aurnS- r^aid bottles to the Creamery Boated this 26th day of October, ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY By M. P. Christiansen. Secretary. His father. Thos. Trainer, is a long o f Advance time resident of Burt. 16p7-8 Conference Scheduled Here. A district Epworth League con-'mji], JV . U> luu ^ u , ference will be held Saturday at Mitchell, Algoua. the home of Dist. Supt. and Mrs. WANT TO SELL OR TRADE FOR WANTED—MAN OR WOMAN TO .solicit memberships for a fast- growing Iowa fraternal organization. Permanent employment and opportunity for advancement. Give age and experience. Reply to Box 400, care Advance. FOR SALE—20 SHROPSHIRE and Hampshire rams; also Oxford r^ii\ x A w oniui-i \J£\. iimiJiii r VJiv "tvuiyomj o itiuis; aiSO Uxiora cattle or oats, one roughage | Dorset and Southdowns, the .good ill, 10-h. McCormick-Deering.—E. rugged farmer rams; Poland China W. G. Muhleman. FOR SALE— 18p7 sedan. - --' '* - »«**«v* t_>uu4c* Duroc Jersey and Berkshire spring 'boars, 2 yearling Poland China boars, the easy feeding kind; also G&B Special iw the smoker. Let the flavor and ar .7, a be your guide •-and the G. & B Special will be your favorite cigar. The c;pr made by men who know how. R homo f n oo by 11<nva „ of his f.ntiJ" A Dre 8| WOOLENAII '" """•""»«,, dyiMes Pardon is Granted to Paroled Youth Lawrence Daniels, arrested at Titonka a year OP so ago on charges of conspiracy to rob, was grant- d a full pardon last week by Governor Krasehel. Daniels was sen- enced to three years at Anamosa, but was paroled from the bench ind did not serve time, and his conduct since the sentence has earned the pardon. IP YOU'RE LOOKING FOR Bargains think of the ANNEX In December, we celebrate :he third anniversary of the ANNEX. Our little infant has grown into quite a lusty youngster during these three short years. There isn't a button at the ANNEX that sn't a BARGAIN. Everything there is. a -bargain. That's the idea. Right now, you'll find some unbelievable bargains at the ANNEX. We are selling fine silk dresses at only $1.99 Other new and attractive silk dresses for only $3.99 and $4.88 and some expensive dresses from the Main Store—originally priced at $12.85 and $15.00 for only pG.88. We are featuring PILE FABRIC COATS HERB at extremely low prices. There is nothing as beautiful and warm as a lustrous pile fabric coat for the price you pay. At the ANNEX, we are showing a marvelous line at only If you're looking for a $2.00 hat for LESS, look at these chic Pall models, in all colors and all styles for only $1.19 otton dresses, silk blouses, sweaters, underwear, and our famous MKM silk hos- ~~ a11 1 ual tty goods at Treat yourself to BARGAINS by trading at the ANNEX. •• r/ These al tractive light weight ivool dn are the snappiest frocks j have seen this season come in the high shades! popular at this time oijfi We are featuring this promotion of Welleslcy are showing' a full sizeraijj From 12 to IS at. the. lulu llcvnbly low price of only $7.95 Fur Coat . -g nrKiis 1 11 Chrischill © IT O S&B ffll These cool Fall nigjt* tell of colder ones to J' You'll want the waif"" luxury of a rich fur c winter and you'll W ed with ANNIS furs. carry a stock in t; *„„ will order your •equipments at any times.. Buy your, j 1 from a store whose for honesty is Our 67-year Newton Am" fur game, P ill and talk We and r tion tioned. and the !onie with let us PUT fur customers.
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