Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 10, 1926 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, June 10, 1926
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"PAGE] TWO S 0 CIE :iljel<phone 18 ^ jSMWfATijbir. TiylBe, my pensive leatures sKpitied away? Uehi F.'iteB will never use to gay. rei Irafnbowin the 8ky, upon the srass;;: jehi, and I. ask not why elim&er' or they p^ss. . folded arms I linger not call them back; 'twere Bin; In luis, orr in some other spot, I Rno\r ttaey']r$bin6 a|(Bln. . Walter Savage ,Landor. Lunclieftti Gne^ ' Mrs. j; P^:McGIll, of Fort Ontario, N. Y., and Mrs. Smith |Jackson, of Garnett, were luncheon sfjjcsts yesterday of Mrs. 0. !-<fnhart, 316 1 South Cottonwood •-trpet. , Mrs. McGill is here and at lA- r larpc for a visit prior fo gping to Jlonlolulu where shp and her hus-. band. Major \ if. F. McGlll. of tip inedical corps of the Utiited States! sirniy, are being sent.and Mrs. Smith capie to lola to visit her. Major aiul Mrs. McGill will make the trip trim. New York to • San Franclscq liy water, sailing from Xew .York June 29 and reaching Honolulu in about thirty days, i,. - • * <• irOmanN MlKsIonary Meeting . Oi* FlTBt Christian Church The Woman's: Missionary Meeting of the.First Christian church "n'as hctd yesterday afternoon in the home of Rfrs. J. A. Fryer, iThe meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. M. T: Shinn. Mrs. R. IL Coblentz was in charge of the lesson and read a chapter , oh "Flowers"; from the devotional text book, "^tar Songs," which yas followed by sentence prayers. She tafk^d on the work' of the year just closed. Haltie Peterson^ Margaret Griffith, Lenoii'a Coblehti! and Margaret Williams sanlg "In the Garden," the accoropaiilment being tiayed by Miss Celeste Griffith. Mrs. Carrie Thomas and Mrs. "q. E. Williams reviewed the past year's work of ihe society. , Hidden answers were in charge of Mrs. M. T. Shinn. Mrs. M. T. Shinn conducted the Installation service for the following officers for the next fiscal year: Mrs. Carrie Thomas, president; Mrs. C. E. Williams, first vice-president; Mrs. Harlan Taylor secbnd-vice president; Mrs. E. C. Cannon, treasurer and Mrs. Chas. Ableson. secretary. Forty members and twelve guests (esses. were present." The bos- Mrs. C". E. Williams, Mrs. Faris Fraser. A<rs. J. A. Fryer, Mrs. Mary Harris, Mrs. C. H. Chaney and Mrs. C. O. Peterson, Peeved refreshznenta. ' : • • Good WiU cm Meets The members of the Good Will Club met Thursday, with Mrs. Mike Troutwihe. T]wo guests,. Mrs. H. e. jSell and Mrs. Charles, Bennett, 'became members. Iiuncheon was *erved at nopn, andj.the day was :;pent in piecing quilt blpcks. "Ehe !ie.\f meeting: will be with Mrs. .Tohn Troiitwitie when roll call re- .po'nse fMll be Bible, verse. Thopp ;p). ;«eTit were: Mrs. Prank Smith, '^is. John Troulwine, Mrs. John i«^;'ing,. Mrs. Fred Rees and Mrs; Fi dd- Heinz. , i I Rnesifs From OUjihuina JCItr Mr. and; Mrs.. lioy> Bennetts ot OklahomaJ City, ai-e the guest^ of, Mr. I and Mrs.! Salnuel: Brown^ for; ft few days. "They arrived hero in t^'cir car'jand'i have'been visiting itlrsi Bennett's parenta, Mr. and Mrfi: W. I. Kipp, at Ft ScotL Mr. Bennett has been athletic (Mrs^ PIor4 McOoilhack) . June 8.V-Jo)itt' Bbetliir and iun* ily spent SiuUjIay laat.week .at Ft. Scott' wltf Mri. Ji^rrti ..flhoe- maker, and. son, iind Mr. and Mrsl Jeise Riggs. The birthdays of Mrs.' Chasi Spniinan, Mrs. Dewey Spillman ktid Roy Dennis all occurred last week. T^rsdajT evanl|i|| tJioy were hoii- ored «t,ttu^.J >B|Uil8 bodie with a ifurprllie axtint^Jbi Relatives. xMrs., OpHlo, Itlig5i, lipd, *aby, DoBaid Bug6ne. came from the par-^ ental Boyd home Friday^ to their oWn; home. • , : 1 ' Miss Ruby Stafford .expects to go to Boulder, Cplo.,, next 'week to attend summe.r iscbbol. Mrs. Ernest Baker has received word from her sister,,-Mrs. A. E. Shearer itid btfby soh, Robert Randall, .of Oakland, Calif„ that both are getting along very'iiicoiy. A number from Bayard enjoyed th^ "Birthday Social'-' arranged by the ^ildred liadies' Aid Friday evening. < , t " Mrs. Chas. Hill and -Mrs. Ernest Baker attended the Farm Buredu Cli9> picnic at Riverside Park in Io1a Friday. Mrs. Dennis Isaac. Bernlce and MelvlsL enjoyed a family picnic Friday ; which was arranged in honor of .Mrs. J. C. Youiig of Kansas. City, who -has been visiting- at the parental Isadc and Young-tcnies. Mairlon McCftllen and family left Saturday momiihg for their home at Roscvllle, Calif,, after: a week's visit here with ?hls mother, Mrs. Pearl McC^lIen and i other relatives. • '. . , Mrs. Chas. Harvej* and daughters, Mrs. Willis Sutton and children 4nd Mrs. Chas. Renfro spent Wednesday at -Chaunce Trimble's. , AUss Pauline Taylor,, l,awrence Frwk an(l Frank Taylor of lola spen{ Friday evening at £. B. Staf- Wd 's, Chesley Garner ahd wife spent Satui-dfy at the liome of bis parents near Moran. Wesley Barton and wife spent Saturday night at Glenn Stafford's, j'and Sunday they all enjoyed a!pk-- nic. Harold ind Wilbur GInbey spent Sunday night with the Shetlar boys; • / •"••^K Mrs; Dennis Isaac, Bernlce and Melvin spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Anna .Hardy. G. M. Donaldson and son. Willis, and Mrs. Donaldson. Sr., of Selma spent, Saturday evening at Bayard with Qerhpld Donaldson and family. The latter spent Sunday at Selma. E.-B. Stafford and family visited Sunday at Claude Swonger's. Jesse Rlggs and wife of Ft. Scott spent Saturday the paren- .'tal Rlggs hot^e. Sunday, with A. P. Rlggs and wife, they visited at Walter Cushing'a and Walter Wonnell's nearlKincaid. Mrsi-F. A. Lantz called on Mrs. Dunlap Saturday evening. Ben Marrs aiid wife:of £Usmore, Gar Maycumber and family of Bronson spent Sunday at Chas. McCoy's. . iFloyd McConnack and family, .Mi's.: Herbert FOrd and Marjorie visited Mrs. Fred BrOwn at St. John's hospital Sunday. It Is good news to the, family and friends that Mrs. Brown is so much better. THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. TITORSPAY EVENING. JUNE 10.^ 1926. •oach in the Oklahoma City High ^ School and tlie Oklahoma Citjj Unl- .erslty for the past three years. He has dp<;ldcd to enter commercial life anUIn the future will be nasociated wjth the Ford Assembly p:ant in Kansas City, Mo. ; • • • Marrlnpe of Tola Boy The following account of ' the marriage of Mr. Dean Nichols, son of rtrs. J.'-E. Nichols, ftOuOi Of lola, which iias been repojrted in Hie RegistcK appeared in the Neodesha Daily Sun of June 4. Mr. Nichols is a graduate of the lola Hlph School i with the class of 1925. He attended the Jfunlor Col- ifjic one yefer and was !popular among his cliassmates. The Item follows: j . ' Miss Elma IWiJjion. daughter of T.; B: Wilson, of southwest of Neodosha werfe married Wednesday at Fredonia Iby Probate Judge Dennis Shecdiy. Mrs. Nichols is }a charming . ^younp Woman with a host of . 'friends and acquaintances, all of whjqni are wlihiflg her every happiness in her I married life. Mr. Nlcholb. who came hcfre a))out three niotttha ago fron^ lola to" be a cOw tester for the Nebdesha' Cow - Testing Association. Is I 'egarded as. a fine: young man and has the confidence and ifespect of the farm- •ofs-with whohi he comes In contact in his; work. Mr. and Mirs. Nichols are at .home on the |Wilson farm, where Mr. Nichols has his headquarters. * • • Conover-ShenilU . ' , The marriage of Miss Bertha Conoyer and jMr. Ralph Sherrill took place on |;Saturday, June '5, at 7:30 o'clock ID the evening at the .Trinity McthoHtst, Episcopal par- fionage, the pastor, the Rev. J. C; WHson, offlcliilng. \ . They were Attended^ by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zink. The bride wore a gown of white georgott and j the bridegroom a Kali of midnight blue .(erife. Thie bride la the dangtater of Mr. and Mrs, Lafe: Conover. • Mr. Shcr- rtll is,.the.son of Mr. tnd Mrs. John Sherrlllj who rosldo; southeast Of lola. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill will reside for the present : at the Sherrill country home) F. A. Lantz has suffered severc- ly;blnce his right ihand was injured week before last by an accidental discharge of a, rifle. He Is more comfortable nofw. Walker Gillhkm and famll.v, Margaret and Kathryn GInbey had a picnic Sunday. Earl Caldwell is now in the White Mountain region of New Hamj^shlre where he is foreman of squad of the Davey Tree Expert Co. Mrs. Ernest Baker, Howard; and Harold visited Mrs. Logan Iframo Sunday. , Dwight Frishle and family and Roberta Moore spent Mohday night with McCormack's Cnroute to thpir home at Green Forest, Ark., from AuguaU, ICans. J C!LE^'DAI^E^ {Mr8.,V. W. Heat|i.) W. P. Van J^elt aUd'falnlly spent Sunday evening at Roy Chandler's. Ed Hosley and girls .called at Mr. Barr's Tuesday tJveiilng. Ruby Whitcomb is spending several days with' her brother, Hubert and itrs.-Whitcomb. Mr.*ad Mi-s. Van Pelt and Elizabeth called at V. W. Heath's a short time Monday evening. Mrs.VButchet and [four children of Oklahoma are visiting at the home of her brother, 'Mr. Roy Chandler. . They returned to Kincaid Tuesday. Rose Hosley passed the county examination with a grade of 93. Fred McVaigh JiaS been doing some painting at the Hubert Whltf comb home the past weClL ' Mrs. Lloyd Heath and children spent Tuesday afternoon at V. W. Heath's and picked cherries. Van Pelt's called at Cy Wat- kins'g Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nancy-Reynolds and children were viSltojrs also.. Ohalmer Hosley has gone to the wheal fields. Nelson Whitcomb, Claron McBride and Art Dean expect to leave the last of the week. The President and teSf^Coorftlgtj llcreafe-'shoWh pilaylng hosts to the disabled wiir veterans ^WashingtOhihospitais at a garden party on the White House Lawnl '"nie chief is enjoying refreshments democratically In the'midst of a varied crowd of Wounded heroes. LAHARPE NEWS NOTES BEin,K> REMSBEHG AM> PAUL. ,1>E E.MJLE MARRIED. Mr. and Mrs, (aUInl Weri 'Here fnim E.\{enshe Eastern Flight in Airplone. r ' (Mrs. Opal .Mitchell) . LAHARPE, June 8.—Mr. Reuben Remsberg and .Miss Pauline Kngle were married iTueaday at four o'clock at the home of the bride's chum .Miss Cathtrine Mitclioll, at the .Mitchell Hotel., by the Rev. .Mr. .MorrLs of the .M. E. church. They immediately left for a wcek'sauto trip. ' -Mrs. Remsberg Is ydn only daughter of .Mrs. Win Butcher of ndfih of Gas City and Mr. Kems- berg is the eldest son of .Mr. and Mrs. Remsberg of the same vichi- ity. Mrs. Remsberg graduated from the La^Iarpeiligli School this year. Mr. Remsberg is a successful young farmer and everyone considers It an ideal match and wishes for them a happy and successful Ijfe. , An announcement received'here Is to-the-effect-tiratTT nine-pound girl was bdrn to Mr. an<I Mrs. Byron Chambers of Olpo, Kan's.. June 5. to whom they have giv™ the name, BMfcsom Dephine. .Mother and jJi|ld?arc doing well. Mr.'and Mrs. Calvin Wert-landed here .Monday evening in an airplane . and are staying ul the .Mitchell' Hotel while here. They wont from Parsons to Troy, Ohio, by rail where ,thcy bought the plane and then' traveled in it to New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, .Missouri and back here, and are leaving tonight,for a visit )b Chanute enroute to their home in Parsons. .Mr. Wert used to live here and always makes a stop when in this vicinity to see old friends who are always glad to see blni. i y Mr. Jirii Holt and .fon expect to leave Wednesday for Jetniore, Kans., where the family will reside. .Mr. Holt and son will dri\-c through and Mr. Jones will go with a car of livestock. Mrs. Holt and daughters will remain here Jt few- weeks longer when tfiey will -join yir.s^ Holt in their new home. yir. J. H. Mllham, ficlt^ manngcr of, tiic lola Condensery, was in La- Harpe .today on business. Mr. Ed Danforth Is exi)ecting his brother. Mr. E. G. Danforth here from St. Louis on the SuBtlrfwcr Special AVcdnesday morning-for a visit. / VU-s. Albaugh and children (Bhve retil-ned home from Kansas City where they liave been vjslting. She was accompanipJ homo by her uncle and auut, who arc visitinK licrc. .Mrs. Victor .Moore and son lillly .lackson and Mrs. Arthur Zimmer ind ' daughter visited today with «rs. G. W. Chewnlng. -r-Three-quartor beds, like neW W.g.'j.'All cotton matressp.s 1(5.75. Rofrlgerators'priced fnini Jii.OO up. One grain •binder. Curtis Bargain Store. Next Sunday being Children's Dqiy there fs to be a program at the Christian church. Thursday night is regular prayer meeting night at Uie Baptist church and evpiyone is invited to attend. The 8ul)je<t Is "Parables." Mrs. Orville BIcking of lola called on .Mrs. A. II. .Montgomery Moml:iy evening to get Some baby chicks.. , , ' ' The names of Mrs. John Page and .son .Mrs. Walter Crowcll and daughter, and Mrs. i.Velson AValldce \yei-c sent in but somehow ynijtted in tho printlnc ^wnong those atr tendii^ thl !Fann Bnreaa Cl^b piq^fe at JBfirerslA Park last IfH- iisSff Mtss.lplifa fpradley was vso Mr. and Mrs. Walter Toung of fOOHrpKlnfey itfeei efilertalned. the fOlHi^'iits; .Pe'ilotii W: aft &day: Mr8.rE. A. Yp.aDJs.4U>d';son^John, of Bayard, Mr. anq Mrs. Frank llj .Young,,J|brirf,^d Mrs., J. C. Young of Kansas City, Mo...; . j—Roach-EUlott would; like, yoiir binder danvases for repair earljr K 6 Sts^agCfly fPray At ^li ^tJIrlfeto Also a few sets of narness on monthly payment plah^ Mr. and ,Mr?. Herbert MarUri drove to LeTOjrlait evening taking dinner at the F. A. CdoKsey home. •. Mrs. Willfs Kerr has been on thi sick list but is reported to be better at this time. «, Mrs. Jim Holt and daughter Gwendolyn, were visiting in Chanute today. :'• Miss Pauline Barnes returned home from Manhattan Sunday where she had gone to attend school. She was unable to get the subjects she wanted to take until the fall semester. Mr. Jack Gusick and Mr. Charles Sanders were reported to have taken their;lunch and gone fishing j today. Everyone Is hoping they paxe good hick. Mr. Edd Meyers has returned to Muskogee. Okla., after a short vb,it Jiere with relatives and friendsl Mrs. Emily Remsberg left this morhing on the. Siinflower Spe'dal for Pratt. Kan's., foif a visit -with refatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. V.^Rlce drove to last evening from Pomona, Kas., for^ a visit here wi^ Mr. Rice's sister. Mrb. J. W. Spaogler and Mr^ Spangler. • Mrs, , Emelle Wilcox has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Hugh Wilson, east of toWn a few days, but returnedN today.' Mrs. Geo. Sallee and son William are in Ft ScOtt visiting Mrs. Sallee's sister, Mrs. Holt Mr. J. A. Reeves left'today for different places on business. . On.account of so many cases of whojoAiiig'. <iongta and chicken pox here m.. C: 3. Stephens, health officer,, orderoid notices placed on the ho .iuea where,.the disease was reported,. aipd. O^cer Meyers was busy today oaillng them up. Mts. C. A. "nrjilker Is home from Ottawa where alie has been visiting. .Miss Lois Cooksey, niece of Mrs Herbert Martin, and wlio used to live hercbut whose home is now in LeRoy, and Frd.fessdr Smith of that place were married last week and ..are, in Colorado on a trip. ProfeAof gmlth will be superin GAS ' CIT )f NEWS NOTES I ^^''s ^lSjIwfk ^^hday ""^ve- 4 I. ttEfiULAB llEBTI(i:S SUNDAY .^iTBOtn CttURCHES. C{iIIdrMi*s Bay Program at M. E. Cbnivb Siwdar Evenintr , at 8 oH^lock. ^ (Mrs, A. F. H(/(tcn) GAS CITY. June 10.—.Mrs. John Foster and daughter. Mrs. Pearl Moope. of tola, called on I^rs. H. W. Cianey Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Gusto Sanders, who'forriier- ly lived in pas City, stopped off here i6 bid -her friends goodbye as she. wks leaving for Mammoth BprinkB ,;Ack. i Mlsa , 'Edlia Cbxlsty of Kansas City and Miss Ruby ' Morrison of Lea«ii«oftb are visiting with the Misses Bill, and Blondie McGrew. Mr. ftbd Mr^. Leslie Seeding were In LaHatpe .'Wednesday. There.-will be preaching at the M. E.,ch(irch at 9:46 o'clock Sun- d^y^nlpmlAs aad Sunday school at tendent of the schools this next year. Mrs. Smith has Inany friends here who extend to them their congratulations. •••• nlng. . , Sunday school ;at the Church of God meets at 10 o'clock, and preaching at 11 o'clock. Yoiihg people's •meeting will be held at 6 and the sermon at 7:30. Mr. Everett Smith is home for a visit from Manchester, Kansas, wherfc ho Is working. Mr. Reuben. Remsberg, son of •Mr. and Mrs. G^rge, Remsberg, was maiVled to.Miss Pauline Engle at LaHarpc Tuesday. They left on a wedding trip to Kliisas_City. Fulton—^\Vhen fire destroyed all his worldly possessions, a bIack-1 smith shop and garage, W. H. Gain- ble of this city decided to become a minister of the Gospel: ""The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away: blessed be' the name of the Lord," he'quoted.:' Pittsburg—The Crawford Conhty Historical Society which' was organized when Pittsburg celebrated its golden jiibllee, now has 623 members. Twenty cities have a population of a million or more. Feeling • since I iboTe It is a glorious thing to awrice witli a lively, healthy, energetic body. It is miserAle to drag aa achloc^ tired, wsary body' from ,« restless, sleerfeM b»a. ' '. Tfie chancer are that impaired kfdniy and bladder action has (ailed to ileai th* bloflid (tream.of lurking poisons which cause the distressing aches. So there it bseksche, rhenmaSc'pains, areary tirtd [feeling, i duU headaches, a general discomfort. Sad disturbed bladder action. : .fdlie* l*nu, a diurefie stimulant for the miiAff,»f a reliable valuable medicine {fiat pfomofea healthy normal activity M kidneys and bladder. In consUnt use fo;-over as ^ean. Coatalas ho harmful ingredient.. SaHsfaction naranteed. Ask your drucgigf for Foley Pills. INiniTSOFOUR How 9ddfr tiis Gain Veiglit and Strength —Everyone knows that Cod Liver Oil .is full of.viUmlnes, is a. fle^h builder supreme. In children where rickets are suspected it even helps to build up the bones'and strehi^h- ens the body. But let us all be glad! The p6or under weight, sicklyy puny }cld doesn't h^ve to take the vile, nasty, oil Itself any more for thanks to flclenro McCoy's Cod Liver Oil Compound^ Tablets has ,taken. its plact. Sugar coatied they arc and as easy) to take as candy aifd if you will give'them to your sickly child for thirty daysijroti'll be very happy indeed. ii If you are not, Tne Evans Store or the' drmggist* fr.6in whom you bought them Is authorised to re- tarn your money, ffO tablets 60 cents—but ibe sure and get Mc^ C0y's, the original and genuine. Woiiaen Prepared Their Own M!ftiBcine< • > The wise pioneer women learned to gather, in woods and fields, the • ~~ remedies the Indians ,used. From t1) e :raftet3 ot cqlontal houses, hung gr^at bunches of dried roois and herbs, rrijto, these. In Cim'es of sick-! tie^i;, the busy lac^her brewed simple a n d powerful reme- ^#<*tf^nd'herbs, Lydia B. Plnkham.. a. descendant of these sturdy pioneers, made her Vegetable Conyrantld. The beneficial eOects of this dependable medicine- are vouched for by hundreds of women who-tell of. returning, health, and energy, fx . < , Mni^ Kraft ot.2838 Vlnewood Are., Detroit, Mich., saw a Plnkham adverUsomont In'jtho "News."- onp day and made up her mind that sba would give the Compound a trial. At that time she was very weak. "After the first bottle," she writes, "1 bejian to feel better and 41 ke a new wopan after taking six bottlea. I recomtneod It to others and always Itaep a bottle In (be Bouse." It Lydla^. Plnkham's Vegetable. Compoaad-bas^^elped «tfaer womea>i .wbjr aboulda'tU beii! xout The Back Can't Teat Out ^ of TRIPLWEAR UNlON"stJlT5 for men Protected here' The New ,Goodknit..^Way— C^n't ;tear out becaase of patented tape protection. .: THE BIG VALtJE Proctected Back And Reinforced Wsbhing To Pro tect The Back Froth Splitting or This Webbing From Tedrvrtg. How .often in the past have your Unionsuits split down the back or broke-serosa the webbing? This new underwear is protected just Where the Strain cattses the tearing. Per sult^ Other Athletic Unionsuits, priced -j.-— _ 49(i,75c SALE OF MEN'S DRE^ CAPS A special slI^lN)rfe88 Caps for inen ill the one-fHece top style. " Popular color&^niade with' a genuine leather sweat- shield. For Friday and Satiu-day only. ' PURE THREAD JAPAN SILK Allen A Hose Another special safe of th^e fifst quality pure .silk for ladiesr—ntafle by Afletl A. "A yetf M>ecial pric6 that niakes it woirfh wWfc tb buy H quatitity. I^e Store TPhafr gjjklb f olr Less EAST SIDE SQUARE lOLA OUR AI5I; TO SERVE .YOC WELL ANB FAITHFULLY —ALWAYS . INSTITUTiON- BRiGHAM BLDG. DCTAKTMENT StOHiES \ SOUTH Sli)E SQUARE WHERE SATOG8 ARE GREATES^T THROUGH THE YEARi I - ; . Nation-Wide Vsilues k Dresses Silk Froisks In Modish Colors, Worthy Fabrics and New Styles "We have worked diligently to make a very low price meet a rather high • standard of matcrid, workmanship, and style in our ^Ik Dresses! We offer you the product of our endeavor, our Silk Frocks at $9.90! i Women and misses, the cotmtry ^er, are bu3ring them enthusiastically! Our Buying Power Cbnimancis This Unique Price In the sinart styles of the season, in deaf, lovely colors! Our 676 Stores artf sfaovtrjng this purchase of F'rocks, at, Qthervaluesinsilkdr^es$3«98-$6.90 ilayji of \ / This is our decisive effort to move all .seasonable merchandise .within the period of 15 ^ays. There • will be no ifs and ands^ We have been to the large markets. Our buyers have jUst. attended the gi-eat RICElSTIX DEMONSTRATION SALE in St. Louife, obtaining wdhderful merchandise to offer in this sale. Look for the sale prices—Read the prices—Great surprises await you everywhere. These merchandise values must be sold without delay, t^e have made large purchases in preparation ;for.-'tbis event. We ha\'e forgott^ iill about profits. This is truly your opportunity to fiupply present and future "wants. Practically every item listed in this mammoth merchandise event is priced at one-third to one-half less thai today's value. This is (lur most wonderful stroke in merchandising and the .most stupendous sale we have ever planned, and we want everybody to take advantage of these J:reat savings to supply a full"season's necessities. Baititiay Special! «6c.Nomi'^> Voiles 29c Yd. Special Tomorrow! 25c All Linen Crash 12'/^c Ya.

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