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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

PERSONAL MENTION A$ti$t in Making this Column Complete by Sending in tht Ntwt M - - , m T. E. Kenworthy, of Richmond. pent ! ti. W. Linder, of Cincinnati, was call.Nunday with hi daughter. Mrs. Osi ("or-1 iiig on friend here, Wednesday and yell. ! Thursday. Mrs. Albert Uerteh returned, Tuc-drty, : Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Harlan left Tuesl'roiu Urbana. III., where she has been : day for Dayton, where they expect to the guest of Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Little. ' spend a number of cays. If its drugs, Ridiardon. Liberty. , p;,int. stains, oils, Richardson, drugs, .lohn Coryell, of New Castle, spent the ; week end in Liberty, the gnet of Ua Corvell and family. Charles Ross sjent Tuesday in Cincinnati. Miss Clarissa Shock returned to We.-t- i ern College, Thursday, haying been ill! '"'' ,,ft" T,,S4,ay fr M " si.ue the Christmas vacation, i uM vWt with siter' Mr9' RoU' I Armstrong, in Marion, Ohio. Herbert Hughes spent Tuesday in t'on-i nersville, on business. ' AIbort Post 8Pent Tuesday evening i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

I l....MMMMiiiMmmiMilMMWWHtmw I Fashions 4 MHHflllNI Women's Section Household ! ... Avitli very much of a surplus of nutriment. (Jood condition will come to breed in; birds more quickly if t heir meal sire varied so a to include a number of nour- A Warning From Within IWI5IS I'SKS Midi BLACK AND W1IITK. White Georgette With Black Satin One of the Favored Combinations. M IDs KANON HATS AKK 1 1 KHK. New York, laiuiary IS. The hhu-k-and-white combination iS one of the very s-trong notes from Paris jut at this time. Kven while some bright colors are bei in? shown, black and white come to the front again. White tieorgette and black satin are chosen very often to carry out this effect, and while it is not looked upon in the light of a real novelty, it is so entirely pleasing that its acceptance goes without saying. Dresses of white (Jeorgette are some times made with a deep band of black satin at the lower ediie of the skirt. As nose or jrav hair or bin feet, in those davs always ended: ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

Strauss' January Clearance Sale begins Thürs. , Jan. 18 The main importance of this great sale lies in the fact that our inventory, coming: fully two weeks earlier than in previous years, permits the holding of this sale now, at the time when winter merchandise is most needed. Of course, after inventory, sale prices will be very pronounced. All lines of dry goods have advanced and will advance for some time at an alarming rrie in many 1 111 11 J J Alt instances to tne nignest point in ou years. At least Kra-i Big every day . .. M three-fourths of our winter goods was purchased when markets were at the lowest point. Anticipating the future enormous advances, we bought heavily, and, although we have had an unusually successful season, there remains on our shelves many thousand dollars' worth of fine, dependable winter merchandise. Now, at the close of the season, we turn our thoughts to the incoming spring goods. . Hence, the greatest of sales The January Clearance Sale. THE INTERNATI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

I Oorrtht Hut Schaff nar 4 Marz Here's what our Clearance Sale really amounts to- It's like paying you money to wear HART SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes The savings are on clothes that you KNOW will give satisfaction. The qualities are fixed obviously no lowering in price can take away the fine style, the expert tailoring, the superb woolens, that these garments are known to possess! It's nearing the end of this clearance sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx and other fine makes of suits and overcoats formen, and XTRAGOOD suits, overcoats and Mackinaws for boys. Unless you act quickly; you're losing a golden opportunity. FRED MAX TIS? BASKET BALL ECONOMY IN FOOD FATS. Liberty Smothers Brookville. Avalanche; of Markers Renders Germans j Helpless. . j Price Differences Depend Chiefly on Flavor and Color Food Value of All Practically Equal. Mow have tin' mighty fallen! The' fan- are ttill trying to explain it all, für they cannot believe their eyes. A greater reversal of for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

UM V 1 b: VOLUME XVI v. THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FR NOVEMBER 1, 1918 DR. FRANK L. MITCHELL KILLED BY C. & 0. TRAIN Well Known Citizen Killed By C. & O. Train at the Bowman Crossing Mit ehe! Liberty, well known was instantly Dr. V. physician killed Tuesday morning at the George I'ownian Crossing in tlie Kastern part of Union County, li- miles South of Kitch 1, win n Iiis ear was struck hy a switch engine at the ('. & U., Ila.ilI'oad. The accident happened when Dr. Mitehill was reUirkdng from calling on patients m the Eastern part of the County. lie had j.i-t left the home of Hess Moore, v here he had been attending Mrs. M-o;v, who is sick with the lidluci.:-.u. was driving a closed ear, tho noise of which evidently drowned that of the switch engine "which was bkinir up to Cottage drove. The engineer nor aey of the crew paw !i. Mitchell until the engine was f.n him, tl"- giro going some distance hefoie it could he stopped. The :tu'o '!!. was smashed and...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

7 PAGE TWO THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDA NOVEMBER 1, 1918 EL MM I Fashions t I Women's Section mm mmm mm 1 i !3D Household Patriotic Week in New York tTher in the Pre-Wintcr Styles New York, October 28. What a patriotic throng fills NewYork at the present time! What an inspiration the Avenue is with its manv-colomi flags, its artistic t ecoiations anl its hundreds of bonds booth where one may exchange their surplus small change into stamps for the government. And the thousands or pretty girls who have voluntarily giv--n up their pleasures to devote thei. time to this splendid work; many times by their winsome smile do they win over a quarter or two that had an entirely different destination in view. Hin IT f 'i i$ vi. IT and piquant demeanor to the costume. Dull, black kid pumps, with military i .1 .... r 1 ....... leeis, mis perosn oi kuuu lasie cnoso I A .... as ner iooiwear. Spats are Popular. With the advance of cold weather, spats are seen in numbers. Somehow thes things have the ...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918 PAGE THREE per pound for Butter Fz ... And the FREIGHT. N October 28th to November 3rd Irci: The Tri-State Price is "Clear Money" to -on. Shi) your cream DIRECT to the Tri-State von can always do better dealing DIRECT. Shiinn-rs from prepaid points will have the freight added to their checks. The Tri-State Boiier Hi St.Htes F.w! A.tmiiiistr.itii.n Liirn e No. d l-l Cinciiknati, Ohio Use your own cans or write if you need can;:. E PAY THE FREIGHT. Guarantee your civan; and cans against loss. m V V 9 : n "j ! f n : 1 '" ' in : vi m CI 3 : 1 a : , If a .! : V : V ! : 5 3 .v : re s i: es Helnknock the "hel" out of Wilhelm, next Tuesday, by voting for the best man for each office, as far as you know them, regardlcv.s of politics. Vote for JOHN S. PRIFOGLS F 1 I j . rp i rur Assessor oi tenter lownsnH r. ;K ft' r r ., . 7;'.-. '-;'...''-)v Ihn V 1 . a ' - . .1 - v ' . . r:,. p 1 k;:- if; i;' K iflgj'M Win, Vote For D3injcratic Candidate For nr...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

1- J PAGE FOUR THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918 The Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 1903. Official IHper of Union Count. Published Every Friday in the Interest of Union County in General and the Town of Liberty in Particular. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Offlo la Burt Block. Liberty. Indiana. Liberty Telephone Nu. 164. Entered aa Second CUuhs Matter at the Put Office at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Mall. One Tear 11.50 Jy Mall. Six Month 75 By Mail. Three Month 5 Cast your vote November 5th. for Wilson ami Democracy. The immediate purpose of the Democratic party is to win the war. STAND BY THK l'KKSIDKNT ADVERTISING RATES Advertising Rates on application. Local Reading Notices, per line 5c. Ulack Face Locals, per line 10c. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., 5 cts. per line. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Always five former address as well as the new one, when ordering paper changed. Friday, November 1, 1918. A. Summers, Editor DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. S...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 191S PAGE FIVE by Shall we waver in our support of the President with the hour of victory at hand? A change in policies at this time might mean disaster. Never was there a better time to let well enough alone. A H mm fpssy ifp n !fsv Sr ! '1 l; lis:.! U jl If To elect a Congress politically opposed to 12 President would only result in confusion. It would be misunderstood abroad. Germany would take it as a defeat of the President, and would become encouraged anew. Why take a chance? muwmmws 'ü'vrviiTi -LÄlf' ZZ JOIN IN ENDORSING TEE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND WAR POLICIES OF PRESIDENT WILSON Business Says: We believe that the country is safe in the hands of President Wilsen and the I)eniofiatio party. In the business management of our public affairs they have met the crucial test. In two years the annual expenses of the government in financing the war expanded from $l,()00,Ui)i),0O( to more than I'Ü.ÜUO.UUÜOO. This great expansion and readjus...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

PAGE SIX THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER A, 1918 pflj Ml BO ;wmm m m i mmm m ? n on I Z'M . I.ÜV - mm j vpSSV i V. '"!:; ealntt S Cray KiJ Boot, 1 urn. You will not be able to get these beautiful gray boots after our present stock is gone. We urge you to buy now. Selz Royal Blue Store GROVE,S Specializing la SELZ Shews family and Misses Marie and Marion Stewart, of Indianapolis, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart and .Mr. and 3ir. Clarence Carmichael. Mrs. M. E. Bourne, entertained over Sunday, her mother, Mrs. Pailey, and her two sisters and families, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Henry, of Ox ford, were here on business last Weelnesdav afternoon. A little daughter, Mary Ioiuse, was horn, October 25th. to Mr. and Mis. Clifford Prown. Mrs. Gertrude Williamson enter tained Saturday, her cousin, Mrs. Early, of Hamilton. Mrs. Raymond Isake, and children. of Hamilton, are visiting her parents. MrT and Mrs. A. I,, foreman. Mr. and Mrs. Hinkley Smith, of...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918 PAGE SEVEN PREPAREDNESS: TALI! AND ACTION What Was Accomplished by Taft, Roosevelt and Wilson MORTOB'S VIEW OF LOYAL DOTY HEPUBLIGANS NLiT Republican talk about "preparedness" always leaves out the fact that preparedness has bt-en advocated for more than a dozen years by Presidents j of the United States. Theodore Koosevelt has always been an enthusiastic advocate of universal military training in time of peace, and he did his utmost to get Republican Congresses to adopt his ideas. It is of interest to note what i success was attained by him and by his Republican successor, Mr. Taft, as compared with what President Wilson succeeded in getting done during his first term, before we got into war. It should be borne in mind, however, that during all of these twelve years the country was confronted by the impossibility of getting men to join the regular army, for the reason that a soldier's pay was only $15 a month; and Americans will not per...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 1 November 1918

PAGE EIGHT A THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1918 Conce rmng vuanty In Your Fall Hats s Iff-. iy&Z?. a-.r c3fe ' S.Siy J 5'. ft : I ..V JV'',. .i ' ' f U- -V. I id A. - - .. J.; ' jV. '.'Vi '(UV ft IL Iff , v ...;..:.. V ' ) . : . V V ;! V Lieut, and Mrs. Frank Dawson, of Cincinnati, spent the weekend here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 'J empleton. Lieut. Dawson is stationed in Cincinnati as an Instructor. It's worth while to know the inside facts of hat value these days. We can tell you all about it illustrate every point of value and style right from this new display of fall hats notably THE MAX HAT There is a good deal of skill in advising the selection of a hat. Our men are trained in this regard with long experience and even more important, a sensitive feeling about the way a hat should look. $2.50 and Up FRED MAX The Big Store PERSONAL MENTION Assist in Making this Column Complete by Sending in the New liliii EVENING GUESTS' Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

nrnr. E I COMPLETE ELECTION RETURNS IN THIS ISSUE 1 BE TD 71Y Oj JL . iL EX VOLUME XVI THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 NUMBER 11 r HepiiblicansCarryUnionCounty All County Offices V on By Them In Hard Fought Battle-Democrats Elect Two Trustees ELLIDTf WIHS OVER STRICKLAND BY BIG MAJORITY Cianläte Official Returns By Precincts Given la This Issue ! The Express-Sheriff Elect Craft Tales Office Jan. 1, 1919; Other Officers In 1920 For the frs'. time in 8 years this Country went Republican last Tuesday by a decisive otc varying from 117 to 27'.). Tlio 1 li'i'.KK lilts carried Rrovvnsville Township ain! elected a trustee in Union TowrsMp. All other County and Township offices going to the Republican candidates. The DfTvoc -:tic defeat in this county was d ; to many causes, one of which was t' gen ral Republican land, dide all over the County. Many ether ause-s. .-u!i as third tt-rr.i enndieiates. Wilson's Appeal, wot ar.d ': r-.'MÜ hius and lack of co-operat!' n w "1 hi 'i t...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

PAGE TWO THE LIBERTY EXPRESS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 t I Fashions j Women's Section Household miiiiiimiHiiiMiiM xuiMiHuiimuiminHHUuimimimni XI Furs and Fur Trimmings Arc Abundant Claim Unlimited License to Appear at All Times . New York, November -1. In the face of the most critical in-ter-national conditions, the fashion world is carrying on as usual. News comes from Paris that amidst the bombardment by shells, the modistes and courturiers continue their work and are yielding a tremendous output to the eager watchful throngs. What a wonderful spirit this is! And who else could swallow all the sorrows anil trials and discomforts of war and still remain smiling on the surface? No other than France. & Fashionable Coatee in Velvet Much indeed does civilization owe to this country of countries. Think of the frightful conditions, conditions that would make any one give up in despair, hut those people merely smile and prosecute tht-ir plans, as near normal as possible. As Wa...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 PAGE THREE Official Vote by Townships Trustee Assessor Advisory Hoard o - o' ! n c f c c n .3 ' .5 c 53 : C fU ; S J w 4 W w w Center Township, 1st Precinct "52 TG j 51 j i)f j 51 J 1 4 5:j L2 52 1)2 Outer Town: hip, 2nd Precinct 89 j 77 j 88 73 j 00 j 74 j 88 ! 75 .M ! T.'J C.-ntcr 'loxvnship, Miel Precinct 50 (115 58 !l40 I 61 1.J5 60 i::7 j 61 IRS.'J Outer Township, 4th Precinct :i f.Tt 77 61 63 74 63 i 69 ! 65 f 71 Totals :,() ijo:; jT t .69 2G5 j377 2M !373 '269 309 l'lurality 153 i 95 j 1112 jlOl 1 100 2 I o I ' ' - ! u ä . ! it s I s is- v. I .2 8 o i c Firownsville Township, North Precinct 37 j -IS j 51 j 47 33 55 j 2S 53 j 2S CrowriM die Township, South Precinct 80 63 ! 88 j 88 51 87 j 50 I 86 52 Total.-; 117 1111 jl 12 1135 84 1 142 t 78 I l'.'.U j 80 l'lurality G j 142 I j 51 6G ! j 59 I i I ! : tr: i Z ! ' Ö i n I ; u W j Pi S ' u C U Vniosi Town, hip, Mast PTecinet TolT" 8S 60 127 i!18 ;122 1121 Union Township, West Precinct...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

PAGE FOUPw THE LIBERTY EXPRESS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1018 The Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 1303. Official Taper of Union County. Published Every Friday in the Interest of Union County in General and the Town of Liberty in Particular. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Office In Burt Elock. Liberty, Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office at Liberty. Indiana. the SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Mall. One Tear $1.60 iy Mail. Six Months 75 By Mall. Three Months 45 ADVERTISING RATES Advertising Kates on application. Local Heading Notices, per line 6c. black Face Locals, per line 10c. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., 5 cts. per line. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Always give former address as well the new one, when ordering paper changed. Friday, Xovenil.fr 8, II) IK. A. Summers, Editor Now that the election is over and everything is settled for another two years, most of us can settle down to our regular business and forget it. We suggest keeping a l...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 PAGE FIVE SFROM THE COUNTY -.,.-.1 ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES GREENWOOD. (I Mavid) Mr. and Mis. .Tamos Eaton spent smoi:iI 'lays of the :i:t week with .lark Had aid family. ( I'mh'v Üur.ian ami family had Dr. and Mis. Tompkton, of Anderson, for their week end quests. Mrs. Ro-s Moore is improving from Influoza. Mrs. Anna Finch a:id daughter, Loretta. visit d relatives at Oxford, O., Sunday. Car! I'!;'.!cii and fai lily motored to I'u.-hvillo, Sunday and wore the guests of relative-;. Oscar 'I'-.inh.it slipped a carload of I .. rs t Cineintnti, Friday. !i-if'l"ith ad a wife were shopir. in Liberty, Mo.id.uy. Mis. iVuitl Sudr entertained .Mrs. ?i. D-.vis a:.il Misses Mario Card and I".i!: i Cole.iian to dinner, Fiid-iy. Ka'I Finel:. " I.ih-rty, spent sevia ldays l:;st week with his grandtnoi Ik r Fine ). I! c.-i-.l Fat., ii and Mr. Mansfield, of li-.d .r-apolis. .-i.'-ln the weekend with hor.e i"i!s. Mi-. ....

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

PAGE SIX THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1918 PUB LIC SALE The undersigned will sell at public sale on the llobert Hubboll home place, one-half mile west'and half mile north of Dunlapsville, 7 miles south-west of liberty, Indiana, on WEDNESDAY, November 20, 1918 The following personal property of tho late JOHN' IIUH15KLI,, vis: FIVE HORSES 5 1 rrray horse, years old, splendid worker, 2, o-year ohl Draft Mares, 1 brood Mine 10 years oll, due to foal next .April, 1 two-year old horse colt. II HEAD OF CATTLE 14 6 (ood Milkers, H Jersey.-;. .'5 Short Horns, 1 Jersey and 1 Short Horn Cow each with calf by side, other .JeiH-ys fcood milkers, 1 head younr stock cattle and 1 Jersey hull ; alo '.: Herford Steers, from S00 to 1,000 pounds. 75 HEAD OF HOGS 75 33 Bij; Type Poland Chinas, consist bur of 1 young male hog, -1 brood sows, balance spring shoats, some line jilts in the lot; I Duroo sow with D pigs, 11 weanlings, 10 head of liht Shoats and one Ditroc male hog. 300 Ifusluls or...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1918 PAGE SEVEN 0XXXXXXOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooocxo 5 The Kaiser as I Knew Him for Fourteen Years By ARTHUR N. DAVIS. D. D. S. 0XX0XXXXXXX0000000000000 (Copyright. 191. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate) A now I ' Ti ?i otüco -irl whom I u eHatMl utiiactcd the kaiser's attention, ami Ii wms trniciou enough to phake h:inN with her. After ho had left the xiil out Hi" liarul t ft' kai ser lial ir rasped :mk1 said she wouldn't wash it f.r a irk ! "Just to think, tins hand lias grasps! the k:iis.r's IkiiuI! Winn I tell my family nhout it tonijrht they won't believe it!" Th- f:t t tliat llio kaiser condescended to aeiviinu I de ll:e plaudits uf Iiis people hy st salute or a wave of the hand was cited as proof of his j:raCiousness and kindness ; their pul was sniilin: on then,, and their ratilltution was overwhelming. To !ii:iini:iin tin's v;1te of veneration was one f Iii kuNcr's piiiicictl concerns. That was why he never appealed in pul. !! exce...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 8 November 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 Whfät do ennui Jor Ctortstmas Gifts ? . Look, Over These Suyyestions This weeks announcement consists of a whole page of useful practical gifts for every one on your list. Remember, the EE Government calls for early shopping. Start now! H Parisian Ivory H The always staple, always useful, always appreciated gift, 5 Many new articles are shown this year. Our line is now complete consisting of babies' rattles, Infants' sets, comb, j brush, and rattle, mirrors, combs, brushes, powder boxes, H hair receivers, manicure sets, buffers, trays, etc. 1 Men's Heavy Cotton and Woolen Underwear Something that is needed and in buying you will be H doing the will of the Government in buying useful gifts. EE Men's ribbed and heavy fleeced unions, and two pieced garments. In wool underwear we are well supplied both in EE unions and two-piece priced very reasonably. Let this be a Cristmas of useful gifts. Buy Now! H The A. C. Gilbert Constructi...

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