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Advertisements in Correctionville News (1910)
Posted by: Sandy Salmansohn (ID *****6390) Date: June 03, 2009 at 06:23:26
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CORRECTIONVILLE NEWS
Correctionville, Iowa, Thursday, January 20, 1910
ADVERTISEMENTS ON PAGE 1


Dr, Hess' Stock Food

Is one of the best stock tonics on the market
small dose. Price

12 pound sack ............................$ 75
25 pound sack.............................1.45
25 pound pail 1 60.......................1.60
100 pound sack...........................5.00
Poultry powders and Hog powders.
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Edison Phonographs and Records.
A large selection of New Years cards.
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Jewelry Department

While the Christmas trade has been very-good there
is still a nice-variety of Watches in this department.
Vest Chains, Fobs, Solid Gold Rings, Broaches and
silverware

C. C. YOCKEY

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Dictionary.com describes “FOB” this way:
–noun
1. a small pocket just below the waistline in trousers for a watch, keys, change, etc. Compare watch pocket.
2. a short chain or ribbon, usually with a medallion or similar ornament, attached to a watch and worn hanging from a pocket.
3. the medallion or ornament itself.


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