The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1937 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 15, 1937
Page 10
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•PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLfi. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •WEDNESDAY, DKCBJIBKR Ifi, 1037 So Ladies . . . there are few generalities von can malic about I he male of the species . . . but in one respect men are all alike . . . they never seem lo have enough hose. We have a complete selection of Interwoven's newest patterns. Klther silk cr lisle iliu-d wool mi v( 11 res, \y K have ilii' slyli: ami entnr lo (oniplfli; any pnstrnMi'. Kxlra (|u;ilily pure llire:ul jilk. in siri'iips anil |i;il- li-riui, all I'Olors. In ul- Iraetive ChrixtnuiK KOM-S. 55c 1 The Man Who Has a High Regard For His Dressiness Will Welcome SHIRTS Glorious Silks, Wonderful Patterns A Truly Astounding Collection of Alan, no matter hoiv strong, has certain "weak points" and one of (hem is his idea about gifts at Christmas time—he prefers the practical—something with quality and style Tightness apparent—Vain oo afr sm ' h as Arrow Snirts - We'arc showing an unusunl V aiUCO dl variety of these line shirts in a complete selection of the latest patterns and styles.. Also beau- 0 tifiil snowy' white broadcloths. All sixes and sleeve lengths. FINE GLOVES TFT TT 1JT 1 JLl MOCHAS CAI'KS KIDS I'JOSKINS Let Mead's lake a hai\d j n the question of Gloves—gloves for every occasion — for style and comfort . . . lined or unlined, shown in I)tack, grey, Ian, brown. fry Mead's First Blythsvllh Men Prefer 6O AO ?„•< ? •< .? **>? \^y 50 Not Christmas Ties—aljoul which you hear jokes! . . . but Tics carefully and tastily selected by m;n for men. hi this vast assortment you'll find tics in excellent taste to suit every preference.. Rich imported and domestic silks, genuine hand-loomed Grenadines . . . smart, glowing colors and beautiful patterns that are certain \o please the most fastidious man on your Christmas list. Tailored by lieau Hmnimel. Values at $ 1 and ^'faoff.^^^ You GanDress thePctfithisXinasEconomically BALANCED BUDGET CHRISTMAS Hlythcville men who like fine shoes prefer Bostonians due to the Klcxmurc process of construction in which both the insole and out.s-ole are treated in cod liver oil ... assuring a smooth filling insole throughout the lifetime of the shoes . . . Hosfoninn styles are always ahead. 50 | Crosby Square Shoes The smart wing-tip semi-brogue Crosby | s seen on many well dressed feel Ihis fall. Also available regular tip styles in lilnck and tan Try Mead's First For the Qut-of-Door Man KNOPF SPORT WEAR HART SCHAFFNEH & MARX AND MANSFIELD LEATHER JACKETS Knopf's 2-tone Leather Jackets are mnsl colorful with their wool sleeves of contrasting color on soft suede bodies . . if he's an outdoor man he'll "go" for ;i Knopf every time. 00 This .sale calls for all the glowing superlatives at our command! The values take lop honors! Two toimotch makers, Hart ^Schaffner X- iSlarx and Mansfield, tailored these Suits and Topcoats lo (it like a million dollars, and every garment is from our Tall and Winter. 1S1D7, stock. The Suits are single and double breasted lounge and Continental models. Topcoat models are double breasted polos, iialmacaans, belted box coals and raglans, usual i/ie best is always at Full length Knopf Leather Co ;i ( s are shown in fine quality Suede, Goatskin and Horschide, tailored with sport hacks In give greater freedom of action ... a great roat for hunting. $ 12 50 1° $ 17 50 Men's 17 In. Leather Boots Smartly s I y I e d, rug 1'Lill. medium wriK>it, s <:>". Iiic:-l for ficlil or >\rar. He certainly will etale a p^lr of lii no 95 MEA 315 WEST MAIN STREET "'""^^^^wSfcilSSlfc^,^:,,^ Choose His Gift at MEAD'S Where Pleasing Men IB a Specialty Interwoven Socks i %

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