The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 13, 1939
Page 5
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THURSDAY; JULY, IS/ 1939 BIATHEV1LLE, {ARK.)' COURIER NEWS IN GHTTn MI Where Plums Are Plentiful Fruil Trees Here Are Pay ing Old In Cash dends It is orchard time In Ihe. heart of Ihe c;llon sccllon, Mississippi County, and for the first time, fruit| trees generally are really paying on in cash dividends. •••-< Those who have preached for years that Ihe soil of Ihis setUon was toj rich for fruit trees did nol ic Aon with the county exension agenls who have finally convinced about 100 farmers of North Mississippi county that orchards can be i prcntable here. mums are now being harvested for the finest crop seen In this scclion and peaches are doing almost as well, Any fruit tree planted in this belt can he raised here with the .'exception of pears which do not thrive'well in this rich, sandy loam because ot Ihe fire blight which would also kill apples. Increase In Ihe number of home and commercial orchards of Ihi . Immediate section has been due lo efforts if County' Agent D. S. Lan trip, his assistant, R. W. Schrcc ricr and the home demon strata Wilt Miss 'Cora Lee Coleman '• along wilh the AAA program. For several years they' empha sized the need of hc«ie orchaid foi- farms but only a few would 1 venture into Iho new business un L til the AAA program was launched hi with the surplus land on hand the opportunity was golden for slarling orchards, and Ihe exlen- sion agenls began a campaign. The 100 orchards thriving neai Blythcvillc are now bearing, ind wiih'these as examples, .IhCesten sion department has decided Iff launch an intensive movement next spring with a goal of "a home or chard Kr every farm." Owners will be asked, to cooper ale with tenants on rented land- on the theory that belter lenanU cin be orchards ire available and farm 'owners will be asked la also raise enough fruit for their own consumption. It is not meant to feature com 1 mercml orchards as the number of these in this scclion is enough, It has been poinlecl cut, but .to urge every farmer lo raise enough fruil [or his own'heeds. Although fruit growers of till •iccli'n are now milking money they have learned that It is belter H cohcenlrale,on one or two vino lies of each fruit. In order to fa cilitatc carp of .the.'trera.-.and 11"' will! be brought out iiV next springs will enter BM lies Hospital for n.llielr. dnuBhlcr. Miss Finnceb Reid couple Physical «ainhinllon <md iBowen, who has been Irea mcnt. The Rev. Meyer is ox- summer scliool r at Tiluo peeled home Saturday. College (he past six vvceke Mrs. Annie Baxter of Tulsn, OWa., fhomas D. Wllklns Has been who lias been 'the sucst of her aUehdlng lo business In Mkwlcl- bvcthcr, H. S. Sniilli dud Mrs, phta this week, < . |] , . . Smith for Iho past Ihree weeks, left Monday, [or her home. , Mrs. Iversoh Michle and young son, Jnmcs ivcrson, returned Monday evening from Ihe Southeast Missouri hospital In Cuixs Glrar- dcati, Mo. . ... Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Julia Owen, Miss Mailhl Kate Bryant, and Miss Ctorrla. Mao Hires were Memphis visitors TUC*- Ivivs. Joe Hires attended• her Osceola bridge club Thursday aftcr- loon when Mrs. Mftiirt Travis '«as lostess lo tho members at Uifl Rustic inn, Blythcvlllc, fov a bridge uncheon, Food Preparation Needs Ample Space Lack of adequate cowiler spice Is 0110 of the most common faults In kllclieu planning, Federal Housing Administration officials sny. Spnce may be needed simullano ously in Hie preparation of a sin' meal, for soiled pol.s and puns, in ly Tor Visitors Miss Margaret MoNUl hnd as hci h uesl.s for nftcrnoon bridge 01 Wednesday, Mrs, Henry Stanford fm , Mrs. Jap licdden, Mrs. Walter-, 15C ,i ,i| K |, C s. carving, serving, uw Davis, of Tulsii, Okla., Mrs. A. E. inyonl of successive courses of Iho Ucasley, 'Mrs, Waller llardin, of nM1 |. Therefore every •">«•=»>'" Lexington. Tenn., Mis. W. K, Johnson, of Bruceton, Tenn., Mrs, A. O. Cnsllctmin and Miss -. Mni'r (•met lilchord, of Memphis, and Mrs. n. S, Aslunoi'C, of Osceola, In nddlllon lo Luxora 6«esls High score award went lo Miss Margaret Richard, with second honors going to Mrs. Davis. Miss Moflitl served a snmlwlch- salad plate with iced lea after the 'Starting FRIDAY,'JULY 14th, *)iop eyej-y department in pur ; >tpre for^the many Mid-Summer Clearance Values! 'We've reduced w™™***'*™ hems to rediculously low price*! You'll aljo find exceptional SPt,tlAL FEATURES! ____ " Reduced to Clear! DRESSES Early summer frocks from tho higher priced gr_6nj)3 drastically reduced t for quick selling, Your slfce ta here—so liurryl games. -Courier News photograph Mcmpll | s visitors Complimented Jewel Gilbov is shown picking some of tlie luscious plums from Mts A . o. CasUeinan and' Miss groups one of Jake Alley's trees on North Franklin street, Mr. Aliey has some Margaret J " "" ' '""" lr " 1 ncans should bb used to get na.xlimim of counter simco \vllh- in the area avnllablc. The need for sufficient .... space in a kllchcn Is often ovci- lookcd In ah effort lo wo spaoe. Steixs may be saved In pcrfoiwlnB all kllclicn oiierallons without moving from one spot, but kitchens planned In Ihls wuy iismilly have no room for n second poison to work. This Is essential for most families. In Ironies for the lower-Income ' o n r'e 1 u 1 study Is Prices Slnshcdl of the finest plums seen Ihls year with most of the branches loaded with fruit, as can be seen in the photograph. peaches Incrclsed In sl/p this seir| leave riuusdiy for Denvei Colo is much as one half because Mi wheie thej will spend Iho next Swlhart properlj pruned Ins trees thice weeks as guests of Mrs Dir i »n<, -.u.^u """"•" •;;;"•.-"••,.."• foi dishes A r.Ti-M^-rj.v, -SA ~ c,r, g ^^^^^^^-^ ^ lependlng on Ihe weilher -^ Me,nphls Uc su[nclclU for , llo , rtc „ ou «, JJ^^^^ guests included Mrs. R. fa. i > !> "-- ,, C fiiilpincnt "whlcli can- was scrscd and the awdinj; of high score honors went to Mrs Carutliersville Society — Personal Girls' Auxiliary Meets Mrs.. Gage Knight,.sponsor, en- 'ertained fourteen members of Ihe Girls Auxiliary of the Baptist iinUi M. naay iftcrnoon Mary •Muabeth rillmin g-ue tlie dc\o Hcnal The lesson on Home Mis the Carlelon community, has been liiixl laken to Memphis where she entered the St Jcsephs hospital for I hn h Mission Study elimination liealmcnt ^n^l a pos- The Methodist Mlsslonaij boc- sible opcnUoii lelj met it Ihe Church incsdaj Mr and Mrs Leon fccolt dicvc lafteinoon foi theh iculai month to Memphis Sundiy foi Miss Miry ly meeting Helen Green \\lio rcccnllj undei- Mrs E B Began Mtssloh went in operation In the SI Jo leader brought the last cliaptcis scphs hospllal Memphis outlining Ihe Life of Chilbl, bib- George Gra> of Vicnni 111 spent cd on Maiks Gospel •several days here eirly in the week • • • ' ittcndint to business nnltere In 11'msperilj Club Mccls Eloragc space can & .^ c«, e ioi in County fair Mose, Sllman was hosless Importance Of Home To Buyer Significant *.,...« 'Is considerable 1 significance In Ihe clcgici. ot hnpoilnnco a home lins fov a borrower mulct the liumcd MoilBtiBC Sjelem, Federal Housing Administration officials sn> Tills factor of Importance Is. nun" Ij/ed \)\ 111A In lo the member of hei Club >cs- of n boiiowci bu IdlnB campaign The territory around Leachvillc ItlU icn ILUIJ i" ~- —has more orchards than any section cf the comity. M. L. Swilvut has CO acres in Irecs, 40 of which aic no\v bearing lor Ihe largest orchard In the county. His son, John Sv,i hart has a IS-acre orchard -md his son-in-law', ifollis tliurman ha 1 ; a four-acre crchard, bolh of which are also commercial businesses. H. p.. Knniipcnuergcr-has.^a/.nc.w six-acre commercial orchard..;G. IV Gray of near Oosncll. has started •i three-acre orchard since he moved liere from the Ozarks where he was in Ihe nursery business, D. G. Mo-re has a two-acre orchard at Promised Land, and Joe Hauls, of leachville, has a five-acre grove. There arc also several more .scattered over this territory. These •-.commercial orchards vie with irme orchards, including those . of Hiiss Willie Marshall, .Hollis ' Jumpers, E. S., Mullms, Mrs Joe Epperson, Hiram - Meadors, W. A. While, Mrs. J. M. : Clark; Mrs. Ben pritcliard, II. G. McHaffcy and iions,. was presented by Jean -Ab rnalhv! Wintilc Lee Waymire and Dqrolliy CMcll Jean Abernathy president, presided during the business session Following the niccliii' the group completed their poslcrs (hit lhe> are taking lo Mirston tor^thet AbsOciatiorial'W M U meeting Mrs Knight served i fruit drink with cookies following the meeting * * * Legion Auxiharv Meets Mrs Jimcs Ahern was hosless to members of the American Legion of Pemiscot Countj Mon- oi in Couny ar o e Mis Flosd Paltcran ami children teuhy aftcinoon Those in nt n home with the plocccfls of an n- left Wedncsdaj foi their lionn. in tendance Included Mis J B S-\ siired inoilgate T1IA icprcsemn- Mirlinm Aik afler a v.ccks \isit llbi and her house guest Mrs tlycs maintain tint the motives 01 ^ith her nirents Mr -\nd Mis HOvsle of Jick«on Miss Mrs J ,,a bonovvci \vlio occupies tuo prop- John Gaddy A. Sallbn, and Mrs M George of ! crl> aie moie -,181111108111 tlmn Ihe OW11II ^.(,\,v.j. _._.!-. ..... _ .,__ fc, « .,,! — -.,,, »l, , 1 ._>.,. __ „, nt-, hivnclfll (\>\[l fillll lonn tjauuy. 1 '- ° llllljiv ' **•>" ***»" ••• "• — -o- " Misses Jean Bennett Cai lock and Bivthcvllle Mis M Sillbi and Mif, Jinc McClamhan have returned I Gabe bahba of Jolnri ' from T two week-; ilaj at i Bap- Afici i business session preskl list camp lu Arkanss 'd ovci bv the piesident Mrs J Mrs Agatha Wllks is on viciU njA faaliln i six oclock picnic sup from her dulies at the relief ofliccl ucl it this lime S se ived in thc ( ]itlo . turned from Chillicothc, Mo., where she recenlly completed a business course. She will remain here with hci paienU, foi sc\cral weeks Mrs Ra>e Sticud is on vacili n from her duties it the Beinaid In lunncc ARcncy at this t me Mi\!lmr\ ol i'emjscub v>um,i>j i>tu,»- 1l " ° iay e\enln» it her home on Fast, Miss Nellie McOlanalnn lelt Saty - - - • --•••- rdaj foi Kansas City Mo where _ Mary Laun rislidt ii is ie-[' Mr nn(1 Mrs Ou{ ] umllect have lad as their guests the pail vveel; Mrs Unified s nieces Mrs A G fjasllcman, and Miss Murgarel Richard, of Memphis. Tied Kellci of St Louis vvis the week uid tucst of Mi mid S Ninth Street Out of town guests ncludcd Mrs. Burt'n Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wells of ' Stecle, and Mrs..K. E.^Simpson of Hayli. '. '• ,,Mrs.'Jock-Hart, 'president had Charge of ihe business session. Mrs. Mike Meroney. .membership chairman,-, reported Iwo new members. Tlie'Iocal Auxiliary has recently received a citation from the nalnnal organization for their increase in membership during the. year. Mrs. Hart named a .nominating committee coni|K>sed of Mrs. L. H 3cliiilt, chairman, and Mrs, Janies M. Reeves and Mrs. Auslin Tilman She read an invitation .frcm Mrs ,5. Z. ; brgel*asfelng tlie group to meet with her.on August'14, whicl (as accepted/'-- > ' : , '.During-the brief social hour th ic will attend sessions of the Na onal Convention of Business and i-ofessional - Wcmen'S' Clubs. - She lad lieen inviled by Missouri offl- ers lo serve as n member of, the eccplion ccmmlltec at Ihe week's onvcnlion. Miss Marjorle Slatler of St. Louis s visitiii* with relatives iii this city prilrnnrn Tl Li JMUIiiii'^j 1 "»•" • t^w.t.ig, ...^ . — — Vesler Pierce all cf which are in I hcsless served . iced • fruit punc, U,e Thiee Slktes Lumber Company Lnd individual cakes iced m red land community; those of A. C. white.and .bliic. Duclos, Francis D:nncr, U. C. Dorris 'W. R. Fulghum and Green m'ync on the Rcclitin farms; those of Frank Mcnrtth. Dave Mctcalf, Jcc Green. E. _N. Eubanks, E W. Dorcas Class Holds Meeting Mrs. Ott-Wilbanks was hosle to a large representation cf tl Dorcas .Sunday School class of Ihe Smith Mrs. R D.' Ebcrdls, of : Baton Roiigc La is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Louis Spann. Mr Ebcidts will Joli Mrs. EberdU hero ; the .laller par' of this week. Jack Biown. who has been )i Miami, Fla., lor the past sema monliis, has icturned foi an In definite slay willi his mother, Mrs visillh* wim reiativei. m mis i.".j. |Sue Brown. Mis Jack Brown Ml Misses" Mary Ellen Horner and remain in Miami until some Urn Mafv Lucille DeReign left Monday later before returning to luxora or a, mc'nth's -vacation. They slip- Mr. and Mrs S J Smith ar pe<l brielly with Mjss Lena Walk heaving over Ihls week end to it her home in Sedalia. The three Hot Springs, lo attend the Ark eft there Tuesday mornin »..!-•-— « — ^ t.lnn . ™hlr molives ol an more so Hi an the motives of. a sbeculilor holding that most b6i iov,crs will subject themselves to more sacrifices to maintain a home an In mis othei ^bUgatlon :, A home Is nn Investment that In- hesinoie than dollius mil cents iA iCpiescntiltvcs MI> It ha ntlmental BlUichmcnli that can- ot life entirely mcasuicd will Such attichmcnts arc tot mcin to mention completely il foi llhislrlllon Ihe piopellj ly be the famllv homeilCad It av be the propcrtv leprcscntlng ic borrower's lirst Investment, ho architecture and design may ivc a pirllcular appeal. Advan- ages In the locilion of the piop- ity tins Include hMoilcal slgnlil- ince culy associations, pioxlfu- west coast for the ahsas Ginners Convention vvhlc convenes. In Hot Springs :on Ju coasu,,^,iv.> •., .."- —, u- -,. , . Marv-'Jcstcll Rice of Mem- IT and 18. They were accompanle Tenn.! and Helena, Ark, is by their grandson, Cl.irence Craw nnis lcHii-i oil" -iiun-nui iitn.j -^ i spending a monll.'s .vacation here ford willi her aunts, Mrs. Waller Carter, 1111.1: u^«,j •« h,"^.. . . Ij of relatives and friends,-dcslr- ble social environment, or acccssl- Willy lo daily necessities and con- •enienccs. Ash Irecs arc found In the Irop cs. as well as; In Iho temperate :eglons. J^yuiijr, A •<• ...... • Dan Smilh, D. J. Thompson, W. Horn and George Bunch in the Leachville section; O. R-.Rcdfyro .A.' Stacy of Dell; Slan Ion f.rav Briicc 'Gulp, MJS. Naimia Baptist clmrcll Of Which Mrs. W. P. Frank Nee, R. T. WhiloJ Bo))Cr t s on Sr. is Ihe leather, Mon- 'lay' evening.'Mrs.' Betty. Lynn had •har»o of the de.vctional period and read from the Scriptijrc. Dining the 'business session plans were made i for redecorating their class room ind also a ways and means committee' for raising .funds'was apobiritcd: During. the. sccial hour Mrs. Lynn ..had charge of a number if clever,,games; and contests. Re- fre.stirn6ntsvbf-;sand*!chcs, cooMfs and iced -'fruit 'drink-were served sun .. Pepper of Huffman; Walter Stewart of Promised Land; Jesse Winner cf Lone Oak; J. J. Moore of Yarbro; ^ake Alley, R. -P- Kirshner and C j Little of Blythevillc, W. A. siatler and Mrs. Otto Bradberry of Lost Cane. • < .'.- Stme farmers are using the theory that fruit trees r thrive better on ditch banks, where drainage is better, this having been practiced especially in the - ; b:st Cane com- Counly agents say this is not necessary but lhal the Vila} point in successfully raising fruit in Mississippi County is spraying. _ •• Last year, D. G. Moore sold 16 bushels frcm his Fair Beauly peach crop which" he did nol spray. Ttis veaf'he has already sold 115 bushels and has at least 15 mere U) sell Ho sprayed with lime sulphur this VW one month before ripenms time' The brown rot. formed las dem , county extension agent onstrated tlie proper method to b used. Orchard growers are being taugli plan" coltcn, polakcs or . BO e-us on their orchard groun ymmg bul Jiot _U>plant >y the ^hostess. ^ ^ » : Dr. and Afrs. L. D. bonton of Braggadocio, - Mo., let I.- this ."week for a ; t*0 Weeks trip to.the East Tliey. will' visit In Detroil, New otic City a'ftd Washliigton. D. ,C., nd at ether ppiuts ol interest en rovfte. '•'* - ••• ;•-••-> Mrs. J..13. Frear Will leavfc Thursday tcr Minnesota,, where lie will join her slsUsf and dangers at a summer resort on one of he many'lakes" In' that touiilry: She will probably be Away the re- naindcr of the. •summer. ; . .. Miss Mary Mehrlc .has accepter position at the National Dank n Ihts city. Miss Belly Bottom,ot Carrolton Mo.; left early this week for he home after spending several day here'ias Ihe 'guest-of her , aim Miss .Ruth Kelley.' •Mr. and'Mrs. George Little P Memphis' have spent the past fe days here visiting with friends. M Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Boweu ai d b ... ' I IVllf], \» Hi Y» IJV/V.I, iiiuiw-«t 'V. JJ* M1CK ' , . „„_„,..,,„,. Moiinlnin, Miss., Wednesday all --Mr-.and Mrs: J. A.-McCutchen |^ : : . of Wliealley, Ark,- arrived Tuesday f-r a sliorl visit willi Mr. McCul- chcn's sister, Mrs. Sam Gillell and Mr. Gillell. They also vislled with his- grandmother,- Mre ' Bculali McCulchen and uncle. BlacK Fowlkcs nnd Mrs. Fowl fees. 1 Mrs: "S. C: NetT • and children, Shirley and Palricia rclurncd Monday' evening from a tlirec weeks vacation-with her parcnls at La-' Kansas. '* . "Mrs.' Roscoe CoVier afid daughters returned Monday evening frcm a Hired" weeks vacation spent with her parents -in Kansas City, Mo, She made the Irip bj automobile and was.acfo'rmsanied by Mrs. S. C. Neff and chlldrtn. -'Mrs -J..C-.McCarthy, has been ' at her home in the south 81,209 MAIAWA --•-"' In I9S8I 666 tb« D. B'. Oa»ea DON'T .DKLAY' START TODAY with 66C ChccXs BUIlrll I" LADIES' WHITE SLIPPERS qi part of.tUe city for the past week. •,The Rtv.'\V.Jj. Meyer; and Mrs. Meyer lalt Tuesday allernorn for I L-TjCUls, Mo.,,vvhere Mrs. Meyer I'limps, Straps, Ties, High, Medium or Low Heels. . .95 Values d) 55.00 Sixes 3 lo 9, A AAA to'D except a legumous crcp *,* , and Mrs, Little arc former residen of this'city. »i -, ri "rtw*onl n ICuUIHUVla Vicp ao ui lllia v.i"j. 111 S' ^rS the trees resell the] Mrs. Mablo Husledde Is on vaea velch, after «>e ire« t i0 n from her duties at the Vcgu KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help.Is Miles of Kidney Tubes Flusli Out Pftiionou* \VrtRtc II yovi bavc an eicfss o( acM waste in yonr bltx>a, J-our 15 milo of Vitiney lub-^ may be over-ft-orVed. Thcss tiny filters an<i tubes *ra worVirs day.and niglit to help Nature tid y*it mtem of pobonouJi wssle. ' ' * When funclional Vidncy disorder pcrmu* poisonoua matter to remain in the .blood, von •Aon't ftt\ well. This may cause nngciM barVache'.tiieumalLC pititis.lfg piina, lossoEt><l> Fortune Oxfords for Men Whi It,-Tan <fc Beige, Gray, Ian, Black ', • $3.95 1^ / Aedettes T nidi c.i . . Children's j.n'«Tiergy,s , unilcr ths evw-hcatlachfa an«l uiitinn!. u y«* h»iv6 trouble with frecnitnl or tranty pau^gfs ttith smsit'iTifiRnfl Imrnins, Ihere may lie tolne- iMnz wrong Viith your kidnnya or bladiler. Kulneya may nt«\ help the ssine w Lov.-ol» in &it your onigi^sl (or Uoan'a I'Hls, I'OLL PAUROTT SllpKS FOR -BOYS & THE FAMILY SHOE STORE also being em- shop this week. - ' ' Id: Mr, mid."" A. Earnett in- SiK your unjgipst. itir uoaii a i nt, iuc«safully by millions for over 40 yeSm. ""-— - : — happy relief ind will lielp the U " • * "ttlh (Hit \ Doan' They K"'c nupiiy ICJIEI »t«i wnt u _.,. . toSto bl kWW v «v|fc«^»>>{,.™« | ^jj t «'<»» Novelty Printed Sheer Wash FROCKS 37 c Save on your summer dress- csl Here nro ctracns of In iirlnled ' illmllles, dnlnly luwns, noielty Sheers — 1» smint new colors. H lo Vacation Girls' DRESSES little frock's In Ray \al-d>cd pilnts — lalloied nud flaicd skill slylcsl iiifrlcd hhceis—oigantly, llstc mid dlmllichl You'll want hcveittll Sizes 1-H, 3 lo 13 yard leUBllifl of Itu moid e\penfilvo pilnlcd 011 crciws, spun rajoiw, hop- sackings, sharkskins and many iio\clty \vcnvcs 1'iclty Windsor Crepe GOWNS 50c A Joy for summer! Wash (horn and put them Dainty trlmmlngo, attractive styles At a new low pfJccl Liibtious Ijuyon Tail eta SLIPS An unusual value) Beautifully tailored bias cut slips With adjuslable: straps, V tCps. All full cull Saving 31 Women's Panties 10c Nicely U'lmmcd knit r ft yon panties In regular and brief. lengths. Low priced. Belter come early for yourS p ; ANTIES 25c Strong . tricot •' rayon pa lilies blOoiutrs ; ill 'the'-'tailored styles .' women ' " $2 and $3 MILLINERY 77 < I'*- Tbin or VentiUl crl PA(terns. G to 12, A lo EKE. Short Lengths CREPE if you're accustomed 10 pajlng from toe to,70o a jnnl foi Bcmberg ybu'll appreciate tills valU6 3 lo 12 sard lengths 39 •yd. ' Washable . JIMMIES Attractive stifle • prints I TlmlpopulflrlJvl'rall stylo! IW cololsl*SI/C!> 2 to 1U1 Ilcdtjccd ,lo clcnil > • Hoys' < • SPORT SETS Two piece, spoil shirt and pahts \Vnsliahlc nub-sulj- Ilitr tt)|<l twill. ' , Reduced , A* o.O lo clcitrl JlijJj Jlcn's Polo Shirts One group'of shlils In broken sizes and colois Wo need table room so out llicy 97/« go at f> I C Men's Sport Shirts Heduced to ClMr] If you're accustomed to pa>lng 41 foi this type of shirt, you'll want sLveial Novelty crashes <S? fi>7 - jcollon tvjllsl Now U I t Men's Straw SAILORS Throw ftway Ihe old 0116, ,menl Get a fresh, Clean sailor,at this low ; ,prlccl A manufacturers 1 close out I WHIT& SHOE; CLEARAWAY! WOMEN'S WHITE .v- oiu entire stoclc of Uif 1 higher piice'd lines— including many of Ihe aich-siippoil numbers: Nui'ses oxfords, Pumps, Dicss 'lies and Sjiorl Oxfords! Hcduccd lo Clear! n L'oJ.s • 'and ' • Girt V PANTIES 10c ,Nc;atly trimmed .sty.lBs. V/eil'cut, sriug nttlngi With ribbed . ,|eg ba'nds. Cbol ' and com fort- able I, Slock up " •'Ii6\v' and save! Girls' and Boys 7 WMte Slippers One biR gioup of straps and oxfoitis reduced fiOm a much Inghcr price. These ai'C from i*|"la l slock! All leather soles, insoles, counters and Uppers !

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