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Sixth vision: as an angel pours the seventh vial into the air, a voice from the temple announces the end of time; cities split into parts and huge hailstones rain down on men. (Apoc. 16:17-21)

[Man pointing over field surrounded by split rail fence that another man is plowing near Elgin.]

[Man pointing over field surrounded by split rail fence that another man is plowing near Elgin.]

He didn't split the wood

He didn't split the wood

He didn't split the wood

He didn't split the wood

He didn't split the wood

He didn't split the wood

Model No. 140. Fly front topcoat with convertible military collar, set-in split sleeves, full cut and finished with cuffs, slash pockets, stitched edges, very loose back; Model No. 141. Stylish raglan topcoat; Model No. 142. Military collar bal-raglan topcoat; Model No. 143. Fly front bal-raglan topcoat; Model No. 144. Young men's double-breasted drape topcoat.

Model No. 936. Stylish three button overcoat or topcoat; Model No. 937. "Knock about" overcoat or topcoat, full cut, split, set in sleeves with tabs, patch pockets with flaps, stitched edges, loose back; Model No. 938. Fly overcoat or topcoat.

Model No. 929. Three button double-breasted overcoat, welt breast pocket, stitched edges; Model No. 930. Four button double-breasted overcoat, polo model, made to button on three buttons, split slives with tabs, patch pockets with flaps.

Model No. 933. Three button double-breasted belted raglan, top button does not button, split sleeves with cuffs, slash pockets; Model No. 934. Bal-raglan with military collar; Model No. 935. Smart raglan overcoat or topcoat.

Model No. 145. Smart single-breasted topcoat with welt breast pocket, lower patch pockets with flaps, split sleeves with cuffs, stitched edges, box back; Model No. 146. Stylish double-breasted drape topcoat, three-button model, two to button.

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