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PAOEJTWO (ARK.) COURIER ;NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1931'. Love's Philosophy The fountains mingle with the river And the rivers with the ocean, The winds of -heaven' for ever .With a s«'«t emotion; Nothing in the world Is single, All. things by »-Jaw divine In one another's being mlngl* — Why not I with tliine? See the mountains kiss high heaven, And the waves clasp one ono'.hcr; No sister-flower would be forgiven Of it disdained Us brother: And the sunlight clasps the earth, And the moonbeams kiss the sen— What are all these klsslngs worth, IX tbou kiss not me? —P. B. Shelley. • • • Society Calendar is having having ty • superintendent, on "Movies". Members of the winning soccer team were Introduced by Charles'. A. Stubbs, principal, who also dls-j played the loving cup given as the | reward Jn the recent tournament. • It was reported Hint hot lunches' are being served dally to 40 sin-1 dents of this echool, through an| appropriation made by the nntlon- nl Red Cross .for those who arc financially unnMc to have (lie proper food at (he noon hour. This Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Arcli Grny, oi Rector. Ark.. «a.i 11 usilor in the city durlnt; III; tirM ui the week. She formerly !i\ed here. Mis> Curolyn Hull w'.il B. nilcy Jones'arc speeding today in Wilson; with 'Mrs. Jones' 'parents, Mr. rind Mrs. Walter M. Card. Oscar Hardawa'y will 'yo to phls tomorrow for the'diy, C. P. Powell and M', c. Cooke, of Luxora, were visitors here today. Sol Steinberg', ol Cardweli; MQ., spent today in the city. Midway Notes to Miss Cora Lee Colcman has rc- i turned from a brief visit In Scarcy, I Ark. • •' Mr. and Mrs. Alvln . Huffman 'Miss if*ne 'Crow'der the: Night Bridge club. -Mrs. M. Fltzsimmons is a bridge p»rty. The Ladies Bible class of the First Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. A. Siick- mon at 7:30 o'clock. The^Kap'pa Alpha ph^wlll -ftav a dunce at the. Woman* club. Tie American Legion Auxiliary is mfeethig at the home ol Mrs. E. M. McCall with Mrs. L, V. Wise abb as hostess. Mrs. Crawford is having the Fidells Sunday school class of the First Baptist church meet at her home. Saturday Mrs. Joe D. Halbach is entertaining, the Wednesday Bridge el'W There will be a story hour a-, the Library at 10:30 o'clock. County Council Will Meet litre Wednesday Officers of Farm Women's clubs throughout Mississippi county will btf given advice in "clothing by Mrs. Ida H. Denl6ri, .clothing specialist ol the slate -'extension department, in a meeting IIE re'Wednesday. • She will"> address the members o( the 4-H : cIub at Armorc) in the morning, ; :'r1e1urniU5 here al 11:30 for the -women's meeting which will consuaui. tha remainder if tho day. The officers of the dug, .which make up the county council,,-will carry Mrs.' Pinion's Advice concerning clothing this spring to other members of their group. Miss Cora Lve Coleman, county home demonstration agent, will assist Mrs. Fenton, • \. • • C<Smpllm*nts Guest' 1 *" ./ ''. '.>•* • Mrs. Joe Von Almch, was.hostess to the members of the Matinee Bridge club and several members Wednesday afternoon especially complimenting her houseguest, Miss. Christine Cole, of Newborn, Tenn. Other guests were Mrs. W. P. Veazey jr., and Mrs. Hubert Potter. Per the contract bridge 'games Mfs. Frnncis Carpenter won Ihe club prize, a silhouette; Mrs. Hubert Potter received the guest prize, a linen towel, and a set of table ornaments went to Miss Cole. In remomberlng Valentine's Day the tallies were of IViis design anil the same red shades seen in the appetizing refreshments of pear salad with red cheese, gingerbread, sandwiches and coffee. * * » Music Club H«is. The McDowell Music clnb. made up o£ pupils of Miss Minnie Lee Jones, met -Wednesday afternoon with Misses June Workman and Thelma Parks at the home of Mrs. G. E. Workman. Piano solos by Misses Chrisline Bryeans, Alice Jo McFall, June Workman', Josephine Bryeans, Geraldine Freeman, Jeanclla Jran Sebaugh, Colleen Holland; duels bj Chrfsllne and Josephine Bryeans Jeanetta. Jean Sebaugh and Kilty Bell Newman, Alice Jo McFall nnd June Workman made up the musical numbers heard. ' - How Musi Began" Vas. the subject of a talk by Miss Kitty Belle Newman anc Has Club ,(l> The New Wednesday Contract club was entertained by Mrs. A. C. Ward this week when Mrs. Ernest, Roe and Mrs. I/jy Welch were also guests. Fireside matches went to Mrs. Dixie Crawford for the club hnuurs snd Mrs Eri'jsl Hoe received u deck of curds foi ht!::i liiicsl scua 1 . chicken salad, cakes Marvin ChaBpelte Is aUniiini; to Iniih.ns In Forrest City, lived here. Miss- Belle WhitslU spent- yes- Mr Mid" Mrs."Louis"''wil50ii nnd tcnlay In I'aragould where she at- r'a'iiiih'.iT Anna Loll. Mrs. nan! tended the formal opening of tlie Stout anil Mrs. C. E. WIlEou spcnl now ^"P 0[ her 5l ster, Miss Alice Wednesday In Memphis. Whtlsitt. UohtV Evans Criillon, sou o! Mr Mrs. I,. E. OW, of Paris, Tenn., nm! Mi> Itoicra Craflon, Is 111 al 'I* ill at the home of her daughter, Uii-ii- h'jii'.c In ll'.o Shane apart- ( Mrs. lludi Holllpeter, nnd Mr. Hoi- Mrs. O. A. Lowe returned to hsr I houit- in MiilliiBtoji. Tenn,, ycs'.er- nud tea crs. icfr<.'sli«l tlic eight phiy- Mlss Lynn Thornley, of Memphis, is visiting friends here. <i"-iji"ar.i-i"u visit with her son. J.; Miss Erneslino Hollnnd, wnoMms ' Mrs. I/we, and i been nt her home In New? Albany, noy Hudson, Ab Blnylock, A J Hill and Rexls Wilton were visitors In Luxora, Tuesday. | Mr. anil Mrs. j. c. Eaton wero Luxora visitors Tuesday. Rev. Klnsolvlng' and Mr, Wlhkiis of Luxorn visited a few needy families in tlw interesl of the lied Cross, Monday. Ilaii7 Stanford and Frank Liiid were Luxora visitors Wednesday. Junior Lind, s;n of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llnd- U improving after a weeks illess. . < • J. A. White visited Edgar Lloyd, of Gosnell. Tuesday,- Mcsdamcs E. It McDonald, Hol- 113 Malian, and Rue.?!!' Dallies al- lended the movie ''All Quiet of the Western Front 1 ,' at Bljihevllle, Tuesday. • -• A. J. Hill attended to business at Osccoia Tuesday, '• • Mrs. W. M. Weber visited Mrs. E. M. McDonald, Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Sanford visited friends and relalivea in Luxora. Tuesday. Miss Virgle Randolph vlsiled Mrs. A. J. Hill; Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wooldrldee visited Mr. and Mrs--Frank Austin and family at Ekron, Sunday. week end guest of Miss Frances Sheppard. Mr. J. A, Haynes and family silent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. mailings. Misses Louise and Annie Lee Langley and Miss Iris Gaggeway spent-Sunday afternoon with Miss Donnle Powers. .Mr. W. O. Powers and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith, Sunday. . iJmest and James Epperson 'have returned from Tennessee where the past two months. Miss Stella Powers spent Sunday with Miss Evelyn Langley. SECOND TWINS IN 30 YEARS J1UBEL,.Neb., 'irjpj—This community, has been founded for ovei 50. years,. but. twin children arc scarce. • Until recently only :. one set 1 of-.twins had over been'born In this community. Birth of twins to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gausman made It (he second twin entry on the birth records In 30 years. Mr. Hubert Cole and Mr. E.. M. McDonald were business visitors in Luxora, Tuesday. HOT 'AIR' HALTS COUKT BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (UP) — Too much-'hot air caused court to recess--here. Judge Carl Foster halted a- civil trial in Superior Court and ordered deputy sheriffs to air out the'room when the temperature rose to 00. Janitorial negligence rather than legal rhetoric caused the difficulty. Drop in Marriage License . . it . „ . i ".id daughter, Applications Continues; , 0 S1)cn , Ju ^ < Every month for the pasl live months has shown n decrease In marriage licenses Lulled from Ihc local office of llie coimly clerk. In January there were 37 applicants for the "MRS" degree while in the samo month ol 1930. 91 couples ob- inlned licenses iKrc. There were 18 less licenses Is- mcd In January thnn was In December when 55 coupes applied. "Hard Times" Is the cnuse given for tlic decided decrease. i her daughter, Miss Helen ' Stic v..ii in.T'iinp'.inled home by Mr. Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. M. T. Moon Miss Mnrie, who nl- day in Memphis. Mr. anil Mrs. EU Anderson and family, who moved to Jonesboro u year ago, have returned here to make their home. E. C. Pattern Is attending to business in Memphis todny. O. r. Moss Is attending to business in Jefferson Cily. Mo. He was accompanied to Columbia by Mrs. Moss and his brother, Woodson Moss, who will visit there for a few Hospital Notes Mrs. W. S. Barnes, city, w»s ad- Inittcti io tho Dlylliuvlle hospital today and Mrs. E. W. Uoyettc, Ar- mor'cl, was disml'sert. Electric power wil be Installed hi the tin mining districts of British Malaya. days. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan Miss., for six weeks, lias arrived for R visit with Mrs. Lucy--McAd- Rms before returning to'herTibosl- tlon with the Hall Sisters; Sliojps. Mr. and Mrs. R. N.^VVare Jr.. returned Tuesday from it In Memphis. Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mrs. J. A. Leech spent Wednesday in Memphis. Lewis Phillips will go to Kenne'.t Saturday where he Is to lie employed temporarily at the Konnett theatre. Mm. Raymond Fowler and tv.-o Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith entertained a number of young folks with a piirty at their home Saturday nigrl. Mr. and Mrs- Noel While were llw dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McClannahan, Sunday. Miss Eunice Holmes spent Tuesday with Miss Virginia Haynes. Miss Donnie Powers spent Saturday night with Misses Louise and Aunte Lee Langley. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Meadows of New Liberty spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Langley. Miss Joyce Sappingion was the France's birth rule hi 1930 de- cllncd"18,175-over 1029. Buy Now ffever before were buying opportunities greater (han right now. We arc doing our bit (o keep the wheels turning by offering bigger and better values than ever before. Be Certain to Attend Rosey's Greatest V AWay To Attacks of Fits children, Mrs. nivcs Allen and. Mrs. j Jess Whlw are expected to return I 1 - ... . tomorrow from Equality, 111.,where! Taschner Is appreciative family of the late jr., spent ycslerduy In Memphis. Mrs. U. W. Mulllns, who is ill, Is better loday. Mr. anil Mrs. Joe D. Mrs. Paul Roscnthal was a vlsl- j will ^lave -as their guest foiv'ihe! tor In Memphis Wednesday. wcek'-end .Mrs.. Halbach's " -sister,! Fred Matthews is attending to Miss Sara Boonc, "of CrawfordBville.' business in Carnthersvllle today. JArk. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovnll, Mrs. J. n. Stovall and the Hcv. E. K. Latimcr are spending r today in Memphis. Mrs. Dixie Crawford and Mrs. they have tecii visiting relatives' >n°W kindnesses extended In Ihe :,'!of ten days. ! recent bereavement. The thought'" llll;ss shown wli always be " lcraberEci b y llls !ov eil ones. BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKF.NNEV Secretary.,-American Brldjcc Lrnguc '.i.-Tftere ^rc'manyjhnmls where no grcat^harni Is done if one ccrlaln opponent gels clubs, dummy would ploy the king. If you were tlie declarer, would the lead, but game niwl our contract tuny lie L-II- dnngered If we allow Hie other opponent lo gafii tlie lead. The declarer in today's hand prevents East from getting in (he lead and thereby makes a small slam, while If he were careless on the first irick he could not even mnke gome. NORTH jS-u-MO-W-'i H-9-74' . EASt -, 'n_in.a. . ' t " bl • S-9 •< H-H-l-ft D-8-7. C-A-8 5-3 * « C-9-S-5: t is-A-84 ' H-K-C-3-2 O-A.Q.I.M i " i- -5 • H-tt-tO- 1 5 The At auction. South, (he dealer. would bid one diamond, North would take out with one spade, £ast might overcull willi isvo clubs, but South would nssist the spades nnd North nnd South would buj the contract at spades. At contract, South would still start with one diamond, West would pass, and North, iisins the one over one would bltl one spade. You will notice that thU is a sull tid of one overciilling a partner's suit bipl of one. and when this system is'* used it makes no promise The Rev. and Mrs. Marsh M: Callaway and son, Marsh jr., and Mrs. I. R. Johnson are expected to arrive home tomorrow from Texas. Mrs. Johnson has been visiting .Miami Mrs. F. H. Whitnkcr at Auslm while Uie Callsiwny family was in Houston with Mr. Callaway's falh- er who has been seriously 111 but who is now much improved. They have been away ten days. of game but rec,uircs partner to nllow Ihe dummy's king lo lioln" Ihc- trick? If you dlil, you vould not be uble to go game. The declarer cnn sec three possible losing heart Iricks. East uust l» prevcnled from gelling (lie cad so that he cnnnoL lend thruugh dummy's king of licarls, therefore he declarer's correct piny Is to ovorlnkc the king of clubs with ins ice so that he can do nil his flne.ss- ng through East nnd towards West. lie .should next, lead (he queen of spades, Enst should refuse to cover, dummy plnys sninll and West would play the nine ot spnilcs. There Is no harm If West, gains the lend, therefore the declarer tries the diamond finesse by lead- Ing the nine. East plays low and dummy the deuce, and Ihc nine spot wins Ihe Irick. Declarer's nexl lead is the jack of spades. Again East refuses lo cover and Ihe dummy plays the eight of spades. West discarding tlie three of clubs. As the king of diamonds is ninrk- cd in tlie Eust hand, Ihc declarer plnys tlic len of diamonds, East 'is forced to piny Ihe king, nml the dummy wins llw Irick wilh the ace. Tlic ace of spades is led from dummy, picking up Easl's king ol spades. Three rounds of diamonds nve taken from the dummy and declarer discards his three lostnj hearts. He llien lends n small heart West jumps up wlili the ace nnd the declarer trumps with the three of spades, lie cashes his Iwo good spnde Iricks nnd grunts his oppo- Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Leon Sinltli, Mrs. Roland Cirpen nnd Mrs. Sr- nest Roe are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. John Geller and daughter. Miss Annie Geller, and son, John Gcllcr, of Toledo, Ohio, who motored down lor the funeral of J. A.i Tnschner, will remain for a month's visit wilh Mrs. J. A. rnsclinei- nnd family. Mrs. Tascli- icr is Mrs. John Gellev's daugliter. Mis. Kale Donnelly has returned i lior home In Saginaw, Mich., ifter attending the funeral ol her broiher, J. A. Tnschner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Toschner, of Pnilncah, Ky.. arc returning home .oday alter several rtuys visit with the family of 11:,? late J. A. Tnsch- The two Mr. Tnschners were brothers, Mrs. E. A. Meyers is returning to her home in Benton, Ark., lomor- row niter having been called here by Ihc dcnili ol her fnther, J. A Tnschncr. • Mr. nnd Iiiis. Frank Tnschncr ar.d two children, of Detroit, Mich., have returned home utter attending the funeral of Mr. Tnschn^r's brother, J. A. Taschncr, who diet! Tuesday. ; Miss Willie Mae Moore gave ai^.;,.' Eketch"of Hie life of Frnnz Sehii-' bcrt. The president. Miss Margaret Ozment, welcomed Iwo new ineni- btrs, Misses 'Louise Anderson and Jeanetta Jean Scbaugh. keep the] bidding ;r.ist might OiKn once more, risk In • o'.ii!>; Init bid eluici- three or four spades. If lie bid North woulrt Ui,ke it to four The 1'lay East has the opanir.s lead. Of HERE IS REAL PROOF.-'- "My slomacli and 'bowols were weal: for many ycnrs", tayji Mrs. J. R. linker, 612 :i:ighth avcuito, 1 N.--Qranil : l'9rks, N. D. "My luiabanjl \vrjn Ijenlth thrdugh'Konio- ; In s\n\\ now, ixUer" I havo tn>ten nve bottles, I ^m ffc& from stomach trouble nnd constipation nnd actually feol -belter ilian .l.baye in years. Kcnjola Is 'marvelous". Reports are. received of an amazing treatment that epileptics state lias proved successful in stopping their attacks. R. Lepso. Apt. 62, 123 E. Wright, Milwaukee, Wise., lias been supplying sufferers with this treatment. He now wishes to reach all those who have not been helped and to do so is making the startling offer of a generous treat ment free to all sufferers. Anyone afflicted should write for free treatment ot once, giving age. —Adv On your radio tonight . . . listen to Lornu Fautln, famous numeroloaist. She'll tell you how names ami dates affect success in . business, love or marriage. A real radio thrill. ,and ?)iiirc Columbia network at fe:i5'I>.' M., Central Standard Time. OLD GOLD .CIGARETTE RADIO PROGRAM C F. LoirrtrJCo.. Ire, Buy a TUF-NUT Work Shirt Next Time Rend Courier News want ads. nenU Hie eight of clubs. By overtakinij Ihe dummy's king of clubs with his ace. thereby prc-1 vtnling tlie Eusl band from gain-1 three. m s [he lead, the declarer hns mnilc j small flam, while If he were to QUIT HIS WORK, WENT TO BED Miin Was Diz/y— Kverything Tiisteit Hitter. Kclicvwl ! Ky Ulack-Dniught. f course, nt double dummy—thai is j even lour odd nt spades tecausv laught by-Miss Jones,-the members; and guests. Mesdkmes C. V. S=- '.would naturally lead t: Afler Ihe 30 minute swdy lesson i if we cou!tl fcc a!I "' c "'" ds : he 1 .soon as Ensl gained the lead nnd ••---• -••'•• —" ' '.lie queen of saw the king ot hearts In "the dummy. he would certainly shift to Ihc heart suit. (CopjTight, 1931, NBA Service, Inc) . »- bul as llc Il3s lo lead bc ' baugh, C. -M. Ft)x, Clarence Mas-' forD aiiy ha " U5 arc exposed, his scy. Joe McFall. G. E. Workman llroper o^"" 1 ? « the queen ol and Miss Frances Hall, were served ! sandwiches, cake and hot chocolate I ... ! r. T. 'A. Meets I In the meeting of the Sudbury! Parent-Teacher association Wrd-i nc;-day afternoon, the new pvc;.i-l dent, Mrs. Frank Thrasher, prc-i sided. •••] A reading by Joyce Summers and > two voice numbers by Ernest Jones,] accompanied by Mrs. George M.I Lcc, supplemented the adrcss giv- This Woman In 4 Weeks Lost 17 Pounds of Fat Here's a idler written October 21,! sides looking much bctlcr. 1020. by Mrs. Fml U-uiin?er oil Ma V a " Inr 6 c people, bolh in cn'by'Mlss'w^eVrawiTonrcoun.i^^hto;,!, Monlr.nn. ,'.:,: cu^ht loi and vomcn ' who vallt Io rcducc be read by every ovcnu-jvht woman in America. Oentlemcn: Skin Like Velvet • CUJYANDOTTE, W. V.v—Thous- nds of men have had cx^'riei allow the dummy's king lo hold tlic \ .'.iinilnr to Ihat of Bud Nance. 100'j trick, he could not have nincb- Uiilfinglon Street, lliis city, in their use of Tliedford's lilack- DintiBlit. Mr. Nance writes: "For a long lime 1 was subject j to sick headache. I 'would luve-to quit work and gc to bed. 1 would be dizzy and my head would swim. "Everything tasted bitter lo me. "My faliicr used ThctUorcTs Blnck-Uranght in his ho:ne lor innny years ami uas n grcal believer In- Us meril. So I begnn I taking this medicine. 1 found It ' cave me great relief. After n few i (loses I felt like n different person, i Headache slopped nnd appetite re' turned. j 'Now 1 generally keep liladk- | Draufht In Ihc house. I find It'to i be Ihc best medicine tor ronsU- J. c '"; iiation and biliousness I have ever Salts ri . r ,.. TUF NUT Work Shirtsaro inaiio for heavy duty. Triple slilched througliout with generous arm holes nuil sleeves that allow Irecilom o£ movement at all limes. TUF NUT means oxira wear at no extra ' 'Ask for 1' U V N u T Overalls, Shirls, Punts, Autonls, Play Suits! Looh For the TUF NUT Label When You Buy! There's a progressive dent- or nenr you who sells nml OUAHANTKES TUP XtiT garments. Sco him today! with New Powder] . . M«vd taking Kruschen every inoiinn-- as direct- No more ugly shine alien you usc]cd as I was very nine i overweight MELLO-OLO Face Powder. J.-c'.v: and wanted to "reduce French process makes it stay on i had iricd going on n diet but longer and prevents large porcs.j would eel so Inn-.gry [bat my dlel Smbothcsl, finest, purest powder; \voulil not Inst lone. fo I decided known— Its coloring mailer Is ap-] lo give "Kruschen s-,iiv a lair proved by the United States 'gov-| trial. The day I starlcil to ' an easy way. givs Krnsc'.icii a fair Irlal. I am Hire it will ccn- vlncc anyone." A bottle of Kruschen Salts that eminent: Never • dlc-s the ' ckliiif them Never makes complcx.-Jn look pasty,; rjre. Uut always youthful. Try MBI.LO. —Adv. ' lake I weighed 25S Ibs. nnd at : which has been Ju<t four 1 weigh ^33 Ib3. And I must . ,1 Icel teller In every way, bc- lasts" four weeks costs but 85c at Kirby Drug Co . or any drug store i?i America. Tnke one half teaspoon in a glass of hot waler before breakfast every morning. To help reduce swiftly cul oul pastry nnd fntty meals nnd go light potatoes, butler, cream and sugar The Ktuschen way is the safe way to reduce—Try one oottle nnd if not Joyfully satisfied — money] back. —Adv trieil. 1 This medicine has been in nse since 1833. witli eoiVitanlJy increasing popularity because of the good it has done tlic men. w-o:acn and . Insist On The TUF, NUT Label \y; IeB . You Buy!, j,; j children \\:io hnve taXeu it. Cost* or.'.y I cent a dose. Try it. fhedfordt V] indigestion, Biliousness TUF-NUT GARMENT A\F6. COMPANY Little Rock, Arkansas Sold Kxclusivcly in Klythevillc by JACK APPLEBAUM and THE CASH STORE Starting Sat. Feb. 7th Work Shoes Uon't buy .cheap, off-brand shoes! You can now purchase the guaranteed Friedman-Shelby shoes that, resist long wear, at only Sweaters Childrens. These are made In Slip-Over or Coat styles, In patterns suitable for spring wear, ai two low prices--^ and Mens Sox Mens Work Sox, or solid color Dress Sox, in black, gray, tan or Navy blue, pair 7c Ladies Slippers Why pay more? \Vc are closing out a)l fancy tics, straps and pumps, short lots but all sizes. Values up to S3.95. All at one *<j CC low price $"«OO Coats! Coats! Ladies, Ml?sss and children;, a]l wool, plain or fur (rimmed, now at 1-2 PRICE Mens Oxfords Mens Dress Oxfords in black only, blucher style, nobby toes. Sizes 6 to 11, tf>O 4Q Choice, per pair.. <?"">' Suits Now is the best time lo buy a good qimlily suil at a cheap price. Prices hnve been cnl to the bottom C>C Qf" Up from $0»J«J Mens Suits Guaranteed Blue Serge Suits made by "Randolph" of fine, all wool French Serge. $29.75 val>m . & 1 O 7 C now $1O»I J Alens L'niun Suits Mens part wool Union Suits. Regular price was $1.49. Now being sold Q7/« for 31 C Hoys I'anla 53 Fairs oi Boys Grey Corduroy Longie 1'itnls. sizes G to 15. Sold for $1.68 a OO-, pair, now EOinjf at OOC LL lirown Domestic This is a line, smooih weave that comes -10 inches wide. Suitable for pillow cases, sheets, etc. Only, per yard 8c Cretonnes Bungalow Cretonnes that will help to brighlen those dark spots. In pretty lloral colorings, nt ouiy. 17 per ynrd I ^ Striped Shirting This is an excellent quality and comes in stripes, also in checks. A real Iftp value al .'...'.— 1UU 36 Inch Bleach This is a real mcc, soft finish, bleached domestic, full 36 incncs wide. Buy all Q _ you want at, per yd OC Outing Flannel These are mostly in dark paileriw and of a qunlny selling always at lOc. Clean up price. O- pcr yard ol - , Ginghams A large assortment o! good Ginghams in small checks-, or Inrgc plaids. Just think, r at only, pc-.l yard — DC Oil .Cloth Tnbic Oil Cloth in soiid colors or fnncy. Regular 2Dr quality, now on tale 1 Q 1 House Slippers A large choice of colors in ladies fell House Shoes ul:e from 3 to 8, at only 29c Union-Alls Cliildrens. This is a real fjood . make in ihe striped patier.i. All sizes, 2 to 8 y:ars At only 49c Ladies Silk Dresses Fashioned of fine cD-alk crepes and satins. Values in this group up to S12.75. Your choice ' SA CK only QttVJ \ Ladies Dresses . About 200 Wash Dresses to choose from. Long or short sleeves. Every dress guaranteed fast color. 98c values, now ... 79c Tennis Shoes A complete line for the whole family, mens, womens and ctiildrcns, white or brown. Pair only Union Suits Sizes from 2 to 16 in Childrens Ribbed Union Suitb in Ecru color only, at ' the low price of ... Ladies Silk Dresses We are cleaning house on ladies Silk Dresses. Take your choice of any dress up to $6.95 for $2.95 Childrens Shoes Sec our table of _childrcrw Shoes, sizes 6 to 2. Your unrestricted choice while this lot of 100 pairs <£l A lasts- $i.U Dress Prints In lime for those new Spring Dresses. Full 36 inches wide. Large choice of pat- i n terns at, yard 1U C Feather Ticking' Fancy art Ticking thai is 8 02., and guaranteed fealhcr- prcof iiixl fast, color. <j|j Now at. per yard Ai<5C lSlii> Safins CSc rmnlity Satins in all tlic new Spring shades of pink. b3ue. green, maise and Priced \ery low, at 49c Childrens Hose 10- quality Childrens ribbed Stockings in sizes 5 to 1 flri 0 1-2. now- on sale at Iv*. Uojic Everyone kno-*s the Ill's quality of Hope Domestic. yarii wide, nnd free fr:!:n starch. Limit. 50 yards tn a ciif.lomer. 1 fi f I't-r yard .......... iu ^ Out of Hit;!! u cn t District Across Street Krom Home Thcnlve

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