Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 15, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 15, 1937
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tJf. HOPE STAR, BOW ARKANSAS ' •< ' I *j-i, ; f aliments for LE Conference Announced Sunday S^th Little Rock Conference Session Ends in This City H ARRlSON~k ETURNS Pastor of Hope Church Is Sent Here for Another Year By the Associated Press Bishop John M. Moore appointed two new presiding elders for the Little Rock conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, at the organization's concluding session here Sunday. He named H. B. Vnlight presiding elder of the Monticello District, succeeding John Hoover, and Leland Ctegg presiding elder of the Pine Bluff district, succeeding J. D. Cooper. All other presiding elders were roiTooint- ed. The Bev. Mr. Hoover was given a pastorate at Arkadelphia. Three ministers were transferred from the conference. C. N. Smith was SHJt to the North Texas conference, Gf. P. Hyde to the Missouri conference and Wesley J. Clark to the St. Louis The Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills 'Bring your Produce to BEARD'S We pay highest prices for Turkeys, Hens, Fryers, Ducks and Eggs. T. P. BEARD POULTRY HOUSE Near Frisco De.pot confertne*. The ministerial appointments Arkadelphia District Presiding elder, Roy E. Fa\vcett; Af • kadetphia, John L. Hoover; Arkadel- phta circuit, Vance Martin; Benton, Harold D. Sadler; Carthage-Tulip, L. A. Love; Dalnrk circuit, A. J. Bearden;' Friendship circuit, B. W. Dills; Holly' Springs circuit, J. C. Williams; Hot Springs, First Church, J. L. Dedman;' Grand Avenue, Coy E. Whitten; Oaklawn. George W. Warren; Pullman Heights, Paul M. Clanton; Hot Springs circuit, to be supplied; Leola circuit, M. K. Rogers; Malvern, W. C. Wat-I son; Malvern circuit, Harold O. Scott; Princeton circuit, S. G. Rugledge;! S'parkman-Sardis, R. C. Walsh; Tigett- ( Fearcy. Forney Harvey; Traskwood' circuit. John L. Simpson. Frofessor in Emory University, R. C. Rhodes. Student Southern Methodist University, Earl S. Walker, j Conference missionary, J. F. Taylor. Cantdcn District Presiding elder, E. C. Rule; Bcardcn, j John L. Tucker; Buckner, S. B. Mann; i Camdcn, C. M. Reves; Chidestcr, Rufus i F. Sorrells; El Dorado, First church, AI boa Godbold; Vantrease, George G. Meyer; El Dorado circuit, L. C. Gatlin; El Dorado mission, P. D. Alston; Fordyce. J. M. Workman; Hampton-Harrell, Alfred Doss; Huttig, J. W. Thomas; Junction City, J. Ralph Clayton; Kingsland, T. D. Spruce; Louann- Buena Vista, Fred L. Arnold; Magnolia. W. Neill Hart; Magnolia circuit. Everett Vinson; Norphlet, Manuel E. Scott; Smackover, W. L. Arnold; Stephens, W. R. Boyd; Strong, L. O. Lee; Taylor circuit, H. D. Ginther; Thornton, George L. Cagle; Waldo, George E. Reutz. Vice president, Hendrix College, Conway, C. . Greene. Y. M. C. A., New York city, D. A. Weems. Director Golden Cross, W. Neill Hart. Little Rock District Presiding elder, J. D. Hammons; Austin circuit, E. T. Miller; Bauxite-Sardis, S. K. Burnett; Bryant circuit, Robert Core; Carlisle, Otto Teague; Carlisle circuit, J. R. Martin; Des Arc, V. D. Keeley; DeValls Bluff, J. A. Wade; Douglasville-Geyer Springs, Curtis Williams; England, Roy Jordan; Hazen, Alton J. Shirley; Hickory Plains Circuit L. E. Wilson; Keo-Tomberlin, W. A. Stewart r.; Little Rock churches, Asbury. R. B. Moore; Capitol View, Rex B. Wilkes; First church, H. Bas- Billy Says He Wants a 'Holm' com Watts; assistant pastor First church, C. R. Hozendorf; Forest Park, J. T. Thompson; Henderson, A. C. Rogers; Highland, O. L. Cole; Hunter Memorial. A. E. Jacobs; Pulaski Heights, J. E. Cooper; Twenty-Eighth Ureet. C. B. Wyatt; Winfietd Memor- Achievement Day (Continued from Page Oho) It's a well-known fact that marriage and careers often don't mix, so Swimmer Eleanor Holm and Showman Billy Rose, pictured above when earlier ri*jrts of their romance were current, will divorce their respective husband and wife and marry each other, they announced together In Denver. Then Eleanor will desert the spotlight which has broken up their marriages to Band Leader Art Jarrett and Singer Fanny Brice, to make a home for Billy. That's what Eleanor said. The Best in Motor Oils ! Gold Seal 100% Penn., qt 25c [The New Sterling Oil, qt : 30e Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. (East 3rd, Hopt -Open Day & Nile FOR SALE '/Choice Building Lots on New Improved street to high school. Easy 'Terms, Day Phone 158 and Night 194-YV See A. C. ERWIN Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is a formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more than the old salt method and is much less trouble. Making all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who hutcher for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second NOW AVAILABLE JOE T.ROBINSON MEMORIAL HALF DOLLARS al, Gaston Foote; Lonoke, D. T. Rowc; Vtabelvale, D. L. Wilcox; Paron circuit, to be supplied; Primrose, M. W. Wilier; Roland circuit, to be supplied. Editor Arkansas Methodist, A. C. Millar. Executive-extension secretary, Board of Christian Education, Clem Baker. Superintendent temperance and social service, J. H. Glass. Conference Missionary secretary, James Thomas. Executive secretary, Arkansas Methodist orphanage, James Thomas. Monticello District Presiding elder, H. B. Vaught; Arkansas City-Watson, F. C. Cannon; Crossett, T. T. McNeal; Dermott, W. R. Burke; Dumas, Van W. Harrell; Eudora, W. W. Christie; Fountain Hill circuit, Eldred Blakely; Hamburg, J. H. Cummins; Hermitage circuit, O. C. Robinson; Lake Village, M. K. Irvin; McGehee, J. B. Hefley; Monticello, J. M. Hamilton; Montrose-Snyder, E. L. McKay; New Edinburg circuit, W. D. Golden; Portland-Parkdale, R. E. Simpson; Tillar-Winchester, C. R. SENATOR JOE T. ROBINSON. The reverse side of this coin has tha Statehood Seal of ARKANSAS, Only 10,000 of these coins are now available. These coins are genuine fifty-cent pieces and are legal tender. Everyone should have one of these coins as a tribute to the memory of tho greatest son that ARKANSAS ever had. FREE A holder for your coin with a copy of an autographed photograph of the late SENATOR. Price of coin $1.95 each, Postpaid. Send only certified check or money order, Official and Sole Distributors STACKS COIN AND STAMP CO. 690 Sixth Ave., New York, N. Y. JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chili Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut NUMBER 8 Representative JACK WITT Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry |'J1 pick up your laundry HARRY PHJPPS COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community for thirty years has been duly Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LONAS. Immediately upon receipt from you at this office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class the cotton and have check available immediately. Information will be gladly furnished upon request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON' and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modem plant—pressed by experts — dell vere4 promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaner* & Hatter* mar circuit, J. R. Sewell; Wilmot-Mil- Icr's chapel, B. F. Fitzhugh. Pine Bluff District Presiding elder, Leland Clegt;; Al- theimer-Wabbeseka, R. A. Teeter; DeWitt, A. C. Carraway; Gillett circuit, Earl Lewis; Gratiy-Gould, R. H. Cannon; Glendale, Norman Wadsworth; Good Faith-Whitehall, M. O. Burnett; Humphrey-Bayou Meto, W. C. Lewis; Pine Bluff Churches, Carr Memorial, S. T.' Baugh; First church, F. A. Buddin; Haley Memorial, J. A. Henderson; Lakeside, Fred G. Roebuck; Fine Bluff circuit, Wilfred House; Rison, J. D. Montgomery; Roe circuit, to be supplied; Rowell circuit, Kenneth C. Corithers; Li. Charles circuit, George E, Williams; Sheridan, B. F. Roebuck; 'heridan circuit, C. R. Andrews; Eherill-Tucker, T. M. Armstrong; Star City, C. H. Farmer; Stuttgjtrt, R. L. Lcng; Swan Lake, L. R. Sparks. Prcscott District. Presiding Elder, J. D. Bnker; Amity circuit, Joe H. Robin.son; Bingen circuit, E. T. McAfee; Bluvin.s-McCa.skilI, Charles H. Goissen; Columbus circuit, to be supplied; Emmet-Bicrne circuit, J. Frank Walker; Forcster- Oden, O. C. Birdwell; Glenwood-Rosboro, C. D. Meux; Gurdun, K. L. Spore; Hope, F. R. Harrison; Mineral Springs circuit, W. W. Nelson; Mount Ida circuit, R. S. Beaslcy; Murfreesboro-Dolight, C. D. Cade; Nashville, O. E. Holmes; Okolona circuit, Louis Averitt; Prescott, A. J. Christie; Prescott circuit, Hoyle Houser; Spring Hill circuit, W. I. Srnali; Washington-O/an circuit, G. W. Robertson; Saline circuit. A. N. Youngblorxl; Center Puint circuit, S. L. Durham. Tcxarkana District Presiding Elder, J. W. Mann; Ashdown. B. F. Musser; Cherry Hill circuit, C. H. Gilliam; De Queen. E. D. Galloway; Dierks-Green's Chapel, Paul H. Galloway; Doddridge circuit, J. B. Hoover; Foreman, John W. Hammon.s; Foreman circuit, M. T. Rose; Gillhuin circuit, S. B. Bryant; Hatfield circuit, J. W. Rushing; Horatio, F. N. Brewer; Lewisvilie-Bradluy, A. W. Hamilton; Lockesburg circuit, James Simpson; Mena, H. H. McGuyre; Richmond circuit, W. T. Bone; Stamps-Garland City, Edward Harris; Texarkana churches; College Hill, J. L. Cannon; Fairview, Arthur Terry; First church, Harry S. Cevore; Tcxarkana circuit, J. L. Simpson; Umpire circuit, Henry T, Miller; Winthrop circuit, J. T- Price; Fouke circuit. J. A. Ginnings. Three Transfcred Three ministers were transferred from the conference. C. N. Smith was sent to the North Texas conference. G. F. Hyde to the Missouri conference and Wesley J. Clark to the St. Louis conference. Buol Daniels, Belton H. D. C. 3. Mfss i Evelyn Harrison, Bright Stnr H. D. C. Carrots: 1. Mrs. Walter Bnber, Oznh- St. Paul H. D. C. 2. Mr.s. R. L. Lewal: len, Green Lnseter H. D. C. 3. Mrs, Ed Shepperson, Columbus H. D. C. ! Becty: 1. Mrs. Angel. Bright Stnr H. D. C, 2. Mrs. Walter Bnbcr, Oznn-St. Paul H. D. C. 3. Miss Faye Samuels, Allen H. D. C. CYrn: 1. Mrs. Leolii Schooley, Allen H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Ben Stuart, Oznn H. D. C. Soup Mixture: 1. Mrs. Wilbur D. Jones, Ozan-St. Paul H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Urrey, Melrose H. D. C. 3. Mrs. C. P. Zimmerly, Motrose H. D. C. Snucrkrmil: 1. Mrs. J. J. Spuell, Hopewell, H. D. C. 1. Mrs. Marvin Jones, Allen H. D. C, 3. Mrs. Allen Martin, Hopewell H. D. C. well, Columbus II. I). .LFD fWF.JI Blnckhcrrles: 1. Mrs. Robert CalcU well. Columbus H. D. C. 2. Mrs. R. L. Lewallen, Green Laseter H. D. C. Huckleberries: 1. Mrs. Wilbur D. ones, Ozan H. D. C, 2. Mrs. J. L. Eley, Belton H. D. C. 3. Mrs. H. E. Patterson, Centerville H, D. C. Cherries: 1. Mrs. Robert Caldwell, Columbus H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Chas. Locke Ozan-St. Paul H. D. C. .Pears: 1. Mrs. Guy Limiker, Centerville H. D. C. 2.Mrs. Wilbur Jones, Ozun-St. Paul H. D. C. 3. Mrs. O. A McKnighj, Bright Star H. D. C. Apples: 1. Mrs. W. Darwin, Bright Stnr H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Ben Stuart, Ozan- St. Paul H. D. C. Arkansas Christmas Fruit Cnkc: 1 Mrs. G. B. Stuart, Ozan-St. Paul H. D. C. Gingerbread: 1. Mrs. Pete Allen, Bright Star H. D. C. Cheese: 1. Mrs. Ben Stuart, Ozan- St. Paul H. D. C. Butter: 1. Mrs. P. J. Holt, Allen H. D. C. Fudge: 1. Mrs. Carroll Schoolcy, Allen H. D. C. Divinity: 1. Mrs. P. J. Holt, Allen H. D. C. Bread: 1. Mr.s. R. L. Lewallen, Green Laseter H. D. C. Brcwn Sugar Cookies: 1. Mrs. R. N. Mouser, Bright Star H. D. C. Soap: 1. Mrs. Chas. Locke, Ozan-St. Paul H. D. C. Honked Rugs: 1. Mrs. Guy Linnkcr, Centerville H. D. C, 2. Mrs. E. B. Wolfe, Green Laseter H. D. C. 3. Mrs. Bailey Jones, Centerville H. D. C. Woven Rugs: 1. Mrs. C. P. Zimmerly. Melrose H. D. C. Crocheted Rugs: 1. Mrs. John Siddons, Belton H. D. C. 2. Mrs. J. Perryman, Meirosc H. D. C. Baskets: 1. Mrs. C. S. Bittocks, McCaskill H. D. C. Cundlcwlck Bed Spreads: 1. Mrs. Lee Garland, Allen H. D. C. 2. Mrs. C. S. Bitticks, McCaskill H. D. C. 3. Mrs. Bailey Jones, Centerville H. D. C. Appllqucd Bed Spreads: 1. Mrs. J. L. Eley, Belton H. D. C. Crocheted Bed Spreads: 1. Mrs. G. W. Northcutt, Bright Star H. D. C. 2. Mrs. E. B. Wolfe, Green Laseter H. D. C. 3. Mrs. J. E. Gentry, McCaskill H. D. C. Pieced Quilts: 1. Mrs. J. W. Siddon, Belton H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Neil Osborn, Hopewell H. D. C. 3. Mrs. G. W. Wiggins, Hopewell H. D. C. Afghans: 1. Mrs. G. W. Wiggins, Hopewell H. D. C. Appllqucd Quilts: 1. Mrs. C. S. Bitticks, McCaskill H. D. C. 2. Mrs. W. A. Downs, Columbus H. D. C. 3. Mrs. Daley Ramage, Bingen H. D. C. Wooden Wbat-Nots: 1. Mrs. O. A. McKnight, Bright Star H. D. C. 2. Mr.s. C. S. Bitticks, McCaskill H. D. C. | 3, Mrs. R. L. Lewallen, Green Laseter, ! H. D. C. | Miscellaneous Exhibit of Handcrafts: 1. Mrs. J. W. Cash, Allen H. D. C. 2. Mrs. C. S. Gitlicks, McCaskili H. D. C. 3. Mrs. O. A. McKnight, Bright Stnr H. D. C. T(,vs: 1. Mr.s. C. S. Bitticks—Mc- Cnskill If. D. C. Games: 1. Mrs. Vcra Reeves, Patmos H. D. C. Fresh Vegetables: 1. Centerville club. 2. Allen club. 3. Ozan-St. Paul club. Best New Dresser Scarf: 1. Mr.s. R. N. Mouser, Bright S'urr H. D. C. 2. Mi.^s Mildred Johnson, Columbus H. D. C. 3. Mrs. C. P. Zimmerly, Mel- roso H. D. C. Bej't Thri.st Dresser Scarf: 1. Mrs. Milton Stone, Belton H. D. C. 2. Mrs. O. A. McKnight, Bright Star H. D. C. 3. Miss Evelyn Harrison, Bright Star H. D. C. Best New Luncheon Set: 1. Miss Mildred Johnson, Columbus H. D. C. Best Thrist Luncheon Set: 1. Mr.s. C. S. Bitticks, McCaskill H. D. C. 2. Mrs. C. E. Boyce, Bright Star H. D. C. '.',. Mr.s. Milton Stone, Belton H. D. C. Thrift Dressing Table: 1. Mrs. R. L. Lowiillcn, Green Laseter H. D. C. I'illr w discs; 1. Mrs. R. N. Mouser, Bright Slur H. D. C. 2. Mr.s. Bailey Jones, Centerville H. D. C. 3. Mr.s. C. S. Bitticks, McCaskill H. D. C. Child';: Garment: 1. Mrs. P. J Holt, Allen H. D. C. 2. Mrs. Owen Nix, Allen H. D. C. Kiiitlctl Articles: 1. Miss Mildred Johnson, Columbus H. D. C. fre:c!icted Articles: 1. Mrs. W. M. Long. McCaskill H. D. C. Child's Chair: 1. Mrs. R. L. Lowallen, Green Laseter H. D. C. Hi'ixl-Wcvt'ii Chair Bottom. 1 Mrs. Wilbur D. Jones, Ozan H. D. C. County Council officers elected for the new year of 1938 arc: President, Mi.s. Wilbur D Jones, Ozan-St. Paul home Demonstration club; vice- president, Mrs. Leo Gurland, Allen Home Demonstration club; secretary, Mrs. O. B. Hodnett, Hinton Home Demonstration club; reporter, Mrs. Carroll Schooley, Allen Home Demonstration [ club. Mrs. M;iry Enloe and Frank Horsfall, District Farm Security Supervisors, I were speakers on the morning pro- j gram. Other speakers wore Clifford i L. Smith, county agent; G. W. Ware, i assistant director Branch Fruit and 'iruck Experiment Station; Mrs. Gertrude Conant, extension nutrition specialist. Tha judges woro Miss Gertrude Conant, extension nutritionist; Miss Marian Harper, Pike county home demonstration agent, and Miss Hazel Craig Miller county borne demonstration agent. ieventeeii communities were represented in the exhibits and at the program. These were: Centerville, Rocky Mound, Ozan-St. Paul, Melrose, Hinton, Hopewell, Washington, Columbus, Allen, Shovt-J- Springs. Green Laseter. Oak Grove, Rinf'.on, Bright Slar nnd Blevins. Red Cross Drive (Continued frfcm Page One) Monday, tfovemftet* 16, Edith Roherson .-. 50 Francis Bails 25 Drlcc Thomas 25 Louie Carter 25 Tom Ellis 1.00 C. H. Peyton 1.00 Riley Smith .50 M. Striuightor 1.00 H. Prnthcr 50 Miner Holiflelcl 50 Arclis Smith 1.00 Tom Bostic 50 Sidney Slrttighle*? so P. S. Soyd i.oo A. B. Qabofn 1 00 dllfton Whjlter ; !,".' i.'oo Jim Roberta 50 Don Griffith 1,00 Fred Miutldin t.oo BlH Boyd i.oo Roy,Mouser i.oo Buster Rothwell „ 1.00 Curtis Chamblis* 1.00 Cline Pelitt t.oo Taylor McRny 1.00 Johnny Ferguson 1.00 C. B. Roberts 25 Herbert Whitten „ 25 Rosa Lee Mulllns 50 Elva Key SO Jessie Hunt 50 Mildred Bonncf 25 Dorothy Dodson 25 Gertrude Smith 1.00 Lllllnn Rogers 25 Rulh Bowclen 50 Rosa Lee Goynes 1.00 Gussle Anderson 50 Winnie Livingston 25 Ivy Smith 25 Mrs. Boyd 25 Wilmn Jones 25 Sybil Griffith 25 Rulh Mnthews 50 Vlrgie Taylor 25 Hester Tnylor 50 Mrs. Bfltt Lcona Johnson Charles R. Criilchfield Hosn Sellers « John M. Guthrlo Jack Simpson Leo Farmer Hope Basket Co Fnwns have no body scent nnd tfl baby deer ore comparatively snfe prowling animals duo to this fact aii their protective coloring. Tin cans are only about 2 per ccfi tin. 1937—THE PENNEY YEAR OVERSTOCKED Yes! We admit that we bought too much merchandise, and we must move this merchandise now! to make room for our Holiday Goods. Our loss is your gain. We have lots, of other items that have been repriced to save you money. We must unload! Let Penney's cash your stock checks— Shop at Penney's and Save. Close-Out 50 Pair Ladies All Leather SHOES $1.50 pr. We Overbought-You save on Corduroy, Silks, Woolens, Close-out Yard 53c Sew and Save! VELVETEEN, SILKS, SATINS, ' WOLLENS Children's Winter Unions Broken Sls-.es 17c ea, 81-Inch Unbleached Seamless Sheeting 5 Yards for $•1.00 1 98c yd. 300 Only, 81x99 Bleached Sheets of Quality Yes, we bought too many. So you save now. 67c HUH Children's WINTER COATS ea. 3 to 6 $f98 6 to 12 $C.90 C. W Close-Out Ladies Winter GOATS 12 to 20 $g,66 Each U — Close-Out Ladies Silk DRESSES Repriced $9.25 $4,25 & to Hr Ladies Silk DRESSES 12 to 46 S1.98 5« New Glen-Row DRESSES 12 to 1C S2.98 3(i New JEAN NEDRAS to 20 70x80 Double Cotton Blankets Must Go! Ladies Outing Flannel 24x48 Washable Rag RUGS ,*. 19c 80x105 Seamless Crinkle Bedspeads ea . 69c 27x27 NURSERY Diapers~6 for 49c Boys 2 to 16 Winter UNIONS 49c 36-inch Unbleached Domestic yd. 7c 1 lb Box Cherry Chocolate CANDY - 25c 70x80 Part Wool Single BLANKET 1 59c ea Remnant Bundle for Quilting ea 1 Group Ladies Winter COATS Childrens 2 to 16 Winter UNIONS 49c Ladies Rayon Princess SLIPS 49c Ladies First Quality Silk Hose pr .49 c 36-in Heavy Fancy Outing FLANNEL yd . ]5 C Heavy Weight Outing FLANNEL ,„. 1Qc Go on Sale Wednesday at 10 o'clock 2000 Large Size PC Towel Remnants V ea 72x84 Part Wool Double Blankets ea, FRIDAY WILL BE REMNANT DAY 36-inch Fast Color PRINT lOc Go on Sale Thurs, at 10 50 only, 66x76 Single BLANKETS Each 36^inoh Fast Color Hondo PRINT 22c Men's Part Wool WORK Shirts 14 bo 17 $1.98 BOY'S 1 to 8 Gabardine Riding SUITS S2.98 25 Double Edge RAZOR BLADES MEN'S PART Wool Work SOX 10 C pr. Close Out 6 pair MEN'S All Wool Pants $1,00 "pr. 1; MEN'S First Quality Rubber Boots 6 to J8 $1.98 I pr, ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES Men's Winter JACKETS 32 oz. All Wool 36 to 46 $A.98 Each mm — Boys' Dress PANTS Must Go! Higher Priced PANTS $|.00 Reduced I — OBBHMBi Men's Leather COATS Made of Washable Goat Skin 36 to 42 $ft.90 Each V — mmamsmm MEN'S ALL WOOL Sweaters 34 to 46 Penney $«.98 Quality m»- mm We bought too Much Men's WINTER UNIONS 36 to 46 Pair •i 3000 Yards CoUon D U C ! Our Loss, Your Gain 10c yard MEN'S Top Coats At a Saving 10- 34 to 40 $ Each Yes! We Are ing Our Men's SUITS Our Loss Your Gain All Better SUITS Now AA.

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