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Ireton Weekly Ledger (Newspaper) - January 22, 1904, Ireton, Iowa as AND BRUARY 4 L M O S them ai the sale holds a January SsV of Our customersi taow ods marked down to Family eister MillieBuck cherish with love com of cultivati mahuied Lecture Womanas a fs As a money maker j as a home maker W J btcLean ice Stickney Mrs H Mrs Matie Stutzman Music by Band invocation Select Reading Hbgan MI8S ourdepart her death tbe faithful and1 t the members of 166 extend to 740 by Male Quartette Lecture W S Lewis Moraingside Ccllege DAY 930 W hat ranstitutes success in Sherman 1 OO values now 75c values now L03XV i 50 1 OO 5OC 25c Mens Shoes 00 values at 5 50 values at 4 00 g 00 values at 3 50 4 50 values at 4 00 values at 275 3 00 values at 200 2 50 values at 1 V 2 00 values at 1 50 hear felt sy m1 IQ 00 The farm dairy At soon aa the city eavement Chat charter ied o Cornet and a paper for itie tie Goin Too Heal next taken by the town au The town of Irrton and ia a regaar which Uffiate prevai ad locauan pl bat alter he will chan At and how to make a P JBaadte be 1 iiOQ Lecture HR Wright i period oil state Dairy Commissioner our depart11900 Dinner TheFarm and the Railroads Hon L H Bishop Lecture Prof J W Kennedy oithe Iowa Agricultural College A Farmers Duty to bis son R M Emery A Sons Duty to his father MCorwiQ and HJ Van de Waa RECESS the evening session a pro gram has been prepared by S a Principal of the Hull HigL Thie evening will be de to education iThe premiuns will b e lor the best samples of corn i ttie crop Corn AVrnvurn 3j second leraec second S3 third must be made ati i 6 oclock a m Tuesday entry ProfUl the corniU ibtiug wsUU and QittUl 144 pairs of mens Suspenders sold all over will be sold at per pair Shoes ladies have broad short have long and narrow have high insteps some low etoWe can fit them aH shoes will sell 00 4 50 shoes will sell at 350 4 00 shoes will sell at 250 3 50 shoes wiltseU at 4UU a 00 shoes will sell at 2 20 shoes will sell at 2 25 shoes will sell at 2 00 shoes will sell at 1 1 o 1 o Dry Goods Stit you that there s Iretonites located country who ate locality is so undertaker from the graveyaTd hara jour body Juat 15c yard IQc 12ic 15c 20c ginghams yd1W 15c He 20c flannelettes 12ic 15e outing yard lOc 80 calicoes yard 5c 75c SDC 90c silksyd 5oc 65c black Peau de Soie yd We have a dozen fur scarfs we will not keep them over First here gets the bargains Comforts and blankets low cost MENS UNDERWEAR garments reduced to 1 75 garments reduced to 12o 1 50Ngarments reduced to 100 75c garments reduced to 50c 45c garments reduced to 25c LADIES UNDERWEAR garments reduced to 175 garments reduced to 125 150 garments reduced to 100 75c to aOc 50c garments reduced to 37c 35c garments reduced to 20c 25c garments reduced to 1C GROCERIES 20 Ibs granulated sugar 1 sack granulated sugar 1 lb our 50c testuncoiored Jap New York applee regular price uow 30c 1 can regular 15c tomatoes lOc 1 can regular 15c corn lOc 1 gal regular 40c Honey Dnp syrup 30c 1 doa lemons was 30c now 2Cte 1 doz oranges was 30c now The adove are only a few pi great bargains we offer m grocery line We sell at cost All our goods Witt be de livered at your door sales during 1904 Our policy The goods obtainable The lowest prices possible The newest styles obtainable will he tlie storm center f or Bargaina in 1904 ad day Chicago Cash Store p YUOTHO Proprietor cadoad of Not In the f fust SaV will be n soor operating I uaro formed a law partaership Mr 1 Morton is county attorney of The ti horse thief associatioa klley is growing Several and was notified thai not profitable and tfeat he would get DeMota are others toobat got bit but are not fact We to
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