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5, 1040 ... BLYTHEVILLfi (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Idaho And Nevada Laws Identical In Offering) Easy Decrees SUN VALLEY, Ida. (UP)-Tiie aesJros of the Malm legislature (o turn Sun- Valley, winter playground, l«(o a divorce center rival to Reno may be ronltaxl despHn tno frowns of tile resort's inanngc- mem, according to present fmli- cnllons. Two New York society women won divorces on DC-C. 2 nfier establishing six weeks r"sldenc» requirement In sun Vnlley lodge. Tlie two women who were divorced were Mrs, Eieiuiov Young Bncon, known to NCII- York soclctv ss "Npwnoifs m-st glnmour girl.'" and Mrs. Mini! Richardson Smith, wife of ti New York Society polo player. The i-esorl management Indicated it did not wish to solicit divorce (rude from (he east, But it wenH.hy. easterners wished to avaJl themselves of the plensurc.s of Sun Valley to while awny Hie divorce residence period, lliere could be iio obligation. That nnore divorcees would follow appeared likely. Attorneys in t)ic small ndjncent towns of Ketchum and Hailey are not adverse to .the boom to their law business Which the divorces might brills;. They might even share the lucrative fees which go annually to (hi? a 11 o r n e y s of Nevada's divorce capital. Equ;]l nival of Ilcno The proponents point out that Sun Valley has all the pleasures and more lo offer than Reno affords and the divorce requirements are just as easy. The 1937 Idaho legislature passed a sis weeks residence law with the avowed purpose of competing with Nevada, which also has a six weeks law. The grounds are adultery, extreme cruelty, wilful desertion, wilful neglect, habitual intemperance, conviction of n felony and permanent insanity, similar to those of Nevada. . Idaho permits closed door hearings and sealing of the records, similar to Nevada statutes, in some cases. There is only one hitch to the competition to the Reno divorce haven. Anyone obtaining a decree In Idaho may not marry again for six months. Nevada docs not impose that restrict Ion. The competition for divorce trade between Nevada and Idaho Is not new. At one time, prior to the World WHitJBplsjL' Ida., ivas a divorce mccc^pbFconliderahlD prominence. Neva'da leaded Into the lead ' by reducing its residence requirements to three months. Idaho's legislature joined In the competition by passing a three months residence requirement law In March, 1931, over the govi'r- nbr's veto. Then Nevada. Arkansas niirt Idaho bid for the divorce trade. Law Revised in 1937 Nevada countered by pushing the residence requirement down to six weeks while Idaho and Arkansas remained at 90 days. The Reno divorce business boomed and Idaho's faded. Then In ,1937, the Idaho legislature revised its statutes lo compete with those of Nevada but they were too late to fall in stride, unless Sun Valley can overcome the obstacles and draw the divorce trade to the Potato state. The advocates of Sun Valley divorces have many arguments for , their plan. Reno In winter has little but night club life and gambling- to offer the divorce seeker. But Sun Valley would oiler skiing, ice skating, tobagganing, skijorr- hig In swank international atmosphere of a resort.. Idaho liquor and" gambling laws are not too strictly enforced lo prevent more than a little night life, in nearby Kctchum. The Christiania Club, also affords pleasures of night life a short distance from the lodge. Dancing Is available at Sun Valley's Duchtn room and the Ram, a beer parlor. Steele Cagers Play Hayti Teams Tonight STEELE. Mo., Jan. 5.—The Steele .High ..School Bulldogs will play the Hnyti teams a double header at- Hayti Friday night in their first game in two weeks I •i i Otters, such expert swimmers; .that they can catch salmon, do nol i know how to swim' until their mothers teach them. Lists Crop Limits For Pemiscol County CAnUTHERSVlLLE. Mo., Jan. 5. —Ate M. Gulthcr, Jr.. chairman of ihc I'emiscol County Agricultural Commltle, yesterday .stated that the 1940 allotments' for the different, crops Brown in this ccunty had been received by his oilice. and are as follfws: Cotton—109,441 acres, the same as received In 1G39. Corn—39,708 acres, which Is 5,215 acres less than the 1939 allotment. Wheat—SCO acres; (very little wheat is grown in this comity). Soil-depleting acreage — 182.100 acres, which is 25,244 acres more than the total allotment for 1939. Mr. Galther suid the three fundamental purposes of the 1940 Agricultural conservation Program would be to conserve and improve the soil resources, lo stabilize and maintain adequate food supplies lor consumers, and to help fnrmcrs secure their fair share of income. Osceola Home Is Damaged By Fire OSCKOLA, Artfc? Jiili. I.—Quick work on (he part of a neighbor probably prevented (hi- loss of liie J. C. Scurlock home by lire around 10 o'clock yestordiiy morning when n stove pipe fell against tin- wal.l- papt-r while Mrs. Bcurlock was out of the house. Mrs. Scurlock had refilled the woodstove in die dining room and had none to the chicken yard lo feed the chickens when the hot pipe fell from the 'flue awl landed against the wall, Returning lo tho house a lew miimd'ji later, Mrs. Scurlock found the house fill-jd with smoke and the paper smoldering. After tunilng in the alarm to (i telephone operator, she ian into the yard culling for help. Hugh Diluihunly, living next door In the Monlaeiie-DIUalnmty home, ran over and had the fire extinguished by the time (he lire department reached the scene. The principal damage was from smoke and water. Cnrnthcrfiville Society—Personal ••COURTS The story of leaving her bridegroom in Kansas City nnd coming to Bljthcville with another man was related in Municipal Cowl yesterday which resulted in 'Mrs. Zelma Boyd being fined $20 nfter she pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal cohabitation and Millard S. Sanders, Chicngo salesman, being fined $50 on a similar charge. The bride's husband reached here yesterday in search for his wife .iflcr detectives hod trailed the pair to this city where Ihcy had been slaying at a local hotel". , It is sijid that a reunion of the , ; ^ia,rrie_d.4pair '•vie.s: enacted follow- uV'her release ' from the county jail late yesterday. Fred P. Wenier was held to ;ircult court on n charge of grand '.arceny with bond set at $350. The case Involved the theft of some :opper wiring. Joe Frank Williams, negro, plead- Ki guilty to a charge of petit Isr- :eny for which he was fined $10 1e Is charged with stealing a ham 'rom a refrigerator. A charge of burglary and grand larceny, lodged against Robert "Irapson, 11-year-old negro, resulted in his being held 10 Circuit Court on this charge. J. H. McKenzlc was fined $2: -in a chariie. of transporting slolcr property into the state but the me was sirspendcd. Ifr-co-n Club Metis MKs Minerva Phillips was hosl.- i'ss lo the. lie-oo-ii Club nt lipr home Tuesday night, with t lv o Kucsis prcsi-nl, Miss Esln Bcrn- sii-iii mill Mrs. Jttck. Moore. HiKh score prize. Uicien u-loiig coloRne, was won by Miss Mnry |Jane Crysler, and Miss Mlldl-cd 'Tlnsley bildgded ami received Old •Spice Itilcuin. Al the close of (lie evi'iilUB vefrcslimc-ws of pecan pic nnd coffee were served. Honor .Miss Mrl.i-ui) Miss Miuy Lucille UdMgii <-n- tertnlned vvllli u Inillel supper ami bridge at her licine Snturdny night In honor of MLss I'ntly Method, of U'cbstoi 1 Groves, w-'ho \viis a xuest of the Delielgn home from Thursday until Sunday of lasl week. Mrs, Fred L. Henley won won hljjh men's prize. The guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred I-,. Henley. Roy Harper, Mr. nnd Mrs. Delbert Hurpei-, Miss Elizabeth Brent nnd Morrell De-- Mrs. Earl Long has been confined to her home with Illness since Sunday. Mrs. W. .1. l>eck. who had the misfortune lo fall nnd sprain nn nnkle Friday night is reported, much Improved. | Miss Harriet. Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hawkins,- submitted lo n (onsllcctomy nt Hie Baptist hospiial in Memphis Insl week. She \vas laken to Memphis by her jjarcnl.s Friday and they returned with her Sunday. Stic Is reported to be Improving nicely. Miss Mnry Lcrene Cimlrcll left Mondny for Cnpe Glrnrdeau, where she is a student, at the Southeast, Missouri Stale Teacher'.-; College. Miss Lois Nenly of Oregon, also n student there, who had spent the Christinas holidays at the Canlrall home, left Wednesday for Cnpe Girardeati. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sample and children. Irving Jr., Sharon and Jane, of Dry Bnyoii. and Mrs. T. D. Sample of (Ills cily spent the week-end in Rutherford, Tcnn., witii relatives nnd friends. John Lelner of Povtngeville nnd daughter, Miss Lou. of Sikesloii, nnd Hcrschcl Tyre of Sikesloii spent the. holidays here with Mrs. John Leiner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gage Knight. 1 Other holiday guests nt the Knight home included Mr. and Mrs. George McElye.iv and son, Gene, of Cape Girardeau, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ycung-"or Wardell and' Mr.-''and Mrs. Riley Knight of Arbyrd, Mo. I liuil, than weather i-onillliiws tol- | lowing. I To prevent the Hog from becoming I i-xcUcd or hot before kllllntr. It I should b<- handlod In ,\ very <pilet i manner..he advises. Killing should I be done by slicking rallier than shooting, nnd all brallnj; or drag- King- over loiifih groimil should be avoided for brulss-d Item' causes soiirlni; of meat. Thoroiish blrcilliiK is Decessnry, Afler dn-sMng, llu- carcass should be split down llu- center of tlic backbone anil iilloived (« Jiaiitj for 2-1 hours nl a U'liipcruim-e. of around 34 to 3tf di'i-m-s I'alirenhelt. The leaf lard should be removed while still warm; Ihls will nllow more rapid dillllng. After ehllilmr, the carcass sliould be cm up nnd~lhc hams, shoulders, nnd bacon (rimmed for curing. The cuts thai give the greatest nmouiil of good meat with lensl wnslo arc: n) cm off .< vco " "»'' '«""!> I .. — • " »*m iiMiiin i ju, \&) I divide shoulders Into picnic hams | and Doston bulls by nittlntj across shoulders nl point where ncckbones were taken out; u> cut, off hum at l no half way between rise In backbone nnd altch Lone nnd nt loin from fnl back by t-iitUng on a line just below tenderloin muscle nl rear nnd forward across Die ribs close lo Ihe backbone Jusi below the curve In Ihr backbone Caruthersville Fire Loss At 10-Year High CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Jan. 4 —With a total of 82 alarms for lie year, the Caruthersville. fire •topnrtmcnl answered more calls in '938 than in the past ten years, ind the fire loss for the cily was f he heaviest since 1933, Recording to the annual fire report announced yesterday by Fire Chief Victor Mallotirc. The trial loss was $30.010, of which approximately $20,270 was covered by insurance. The heaviest loss was in October, $23,835, including the total losses of the Coopcrman Furniture Store of $15,000, and the United Farmers Gin of about $1,000. November led in number of alarms, 15, and October was second with 14. Grass or trash fires and exploding oil stoves caused (lie most fires, 14 each, and overheated sloves was next, with 12. Read Ccurlcr News want ads. — PRESCRIPTIONS Safe - - Accurate Your Prescripllon Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main ,t First Phone 141 Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE' Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 AT CASH For 1938-1939 Government Loan Cotton Sec Louis Applebaum 107 So. 2nd. PHONE 167 mylhcvlllc,Atb. L.D. 19 Call Us For Prices Before Selling Your Soybeans Lee Wilson & Co. Wilson, Ark. i! On\s for cneh pmmil. and Imeon ami picnic shoulders fai'li pound. ,,. for Su.'de-Coolcr Society—Personal Ml« |in-,. i);ivls Wuls Iliillcy i'a ( .,, Hio imuviiiid- al MLss ]nw. Duvls. W fcioHo, to Ilulli-y |'ni-p ot Sliill- prl. Ark, wliich wus solt'iniilned I" Pnranmild, Ark., umiduy, Ui-:. m. •>frs. 1'aco wns n inonibei- ot llu- laculiy ol au-eli- ijriirto school Ihls S'liu-, but hus ic.sliiiu-d hen- position. homo in siiitlnurl \vhoio Mi' I'm-i! k connoclrd wllh iho Wnn Sc- I'linty oilice ol clay fount.-,-. * *' f ' Mrs. I- 1 . E, \Vi\lci-s Is conlliiMl (u her homo ihi s W i-i'k bi-nniso of Illness. • MM. Jessy Cnldtvi'tl «-ns lokeii lo the SI, Joseph's hospllnl In Mt-m- mils Monday lo iiiuk-i'Bo Ircnlincnt. llor conilllloii | s crll'li-«l. Mrs. Hvn lx>sslni; \\;u s [iikcn to fel. Jawph's hnspllnl In Memphis Suiuluy nltihl uy Mr, nnd Mrs. IIO.S.S Tdj-lui-, |,, U | M1ss j m ,,,| (ll wockond iU M,uilii.w«, Mo !K i|,, Klli'.sls of rcliillvcs, " ' Will Attend Farm Conference Jan. 9 -'JVi-lily-llvc . iv iiiniifr-ilcli>|.iiti. B Uuvo notlllcd llm I'OUMly ii|i(.|||' s oillo- hero 01 llii'ir iiitt'iilloii lo uit.-im me rtniiiml hulls nnd Cro|i.i Coiilfircncc, (o be lii'ld (il Cnmtlii'i'si'llli? on •j'i )cs .' il«y. Jniiiinry U. I). wmi nmw , mc ,,,| Jll'IV JTOIl'nlliy Ijy R n. l[0 ( le. UK- .Msliint. coiliily anoil. 'Wii'sc „,,-: nuyinoiul I). Mllll(>flii, n iP'i W )S ""' '"' J ' tflWilWoil, 0. 'r U'liUKl. Pnuik ).. I. O ,, EI j,.. Jott ss?S~£« j*£#J£x£ -- - - * "' Ulml " M1K1U - «'K Is remiilnlng wllh lier mother. •""• ~"i'i'"n>. Huueii v, uimmiMl, '). \v. Slirridt-r, o c. Clark, If. D. LOIIB. 8. T. McClure, \v. M. iinnW J. M. fieice, ftniu Kciiley, w. W Cirnves oilln Diuiu-s, J. \V. Cdlioolii }• I'- Ulley, K. 11. ctmnncll, V. 1,, bliH-kwell, ,). M. Nldiolioil, J. li, j Hutchison, ,1. i- 1 . Mi-Arthur J fry jjiiddlck, and p«ul n. iiu i Since pastures furnish uio dieiipesl. llve.stoi-k feed ftnd cori- sei've tiie sell tetter thai, cultivated crops, Mr. Hope said thorough discussions would be hud on subjects iicrhiliiUio to jMsltii'c production, proper munition and simple low-cost methods of prwhicliig the """•Itnum amount or orazliie diir- Ihe year. 6 , • UIUIMI ilLKIli, n id 2 ounces of snlineler for every 100 pounds of meat, unit of this mixture should In rubbed on Ihe meal, care l>cln K taken lo rub well mo I he joint.,. The meal should then be packed nnd allowed lo stay 3 days, when 11 j s repacked with half of Ihe reninliilng mixture. It should be allowed to sun- ni-ain for 15 days, when ihc rest' of the curiiiu mixture Is njipllcd Hums and .shoulders sl-iy in cm -e Charter No. H360 The condlllon of Mrs | O.^IIR, Is Improved. Prod VniiBhn is spending Ihls week In Memphis as the i-uesl of his Msler, Mrs. Hii-jh West, ami Mr. WCM. Mr. and Mrs. L, C, Plununcr iiiicl children of O't-'allon, Mo, have relumed homo alter spending- the .vncntlon here w !tl> relatives Miss Uev« McG'fuiu „,,,(' M | S s Nclva Jean McCnnn s]icnt lust. of Cnmliliim of Reserve- Dlslrlct No. FARM NEWS Weather cold enough lo keep meat in cure from spoiling has been rare this winter, and R. w. Schrocder. assistant county agent, u.ges that North Mississippi county farmers take full advantage of the first favorable meat curing temperatures, Hogs are getting heavier nnd making more costly gains. According lo M. w. Muldrow, extension animal husbandman. University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, the condition of the hog when killed nnd thorough chilling Ihe first 48 hours are more Impor- COLDS Cause Dlscomiort For quick relief from tbe misery of colds, fake GGG Ltiinict - TaMols - Salve - Now Dio|U STANDARD TIRES AND YOUB OLD TIU 4.40-21 4.50-a ROPOKTIONATELY LOW// AT TODAY'S LOW PRICES! As Cftc Per Week Low As On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. The First National. Bank in Blyllicville ^"lAersiriBV'yhhjrt^^rwr' {he oiosi ' " mt>> ^ im of (he Currency, inuli-i Sccli,,,, 531 j, ll'^S^IerlJcl''.^'^'!'^^' 1 '" 1 ' 1 ™ 111 ' 1 'ASSETS LoaiLsi ,md discounts (including $35.92 overdrafts) ...... ..5 MOVMUI OWIr^lnm nf a «. VC( '' milC1>t obl| B«' 10 ^- '"'eel and uiinri.nt.ccrt Ksmum omiEatons of States anil political, siilxllvlsloiis ,. . ati-'inin Other bonds, notes, and debenlurcs ( ^'i"'" Corporate stocks, Incliidinis stock of Federal RcscVvc'imnk atltlDUU Cash balances with other banks, indndlm; ,-csen'e bnlnnce, and cash items In process of'collection... . KHTpviv Bank premises owned «5.000. funillme ,,nd fi s tu,es"$10,OUl) 1 ' IH!> ' J "-'" TOTAL ASSETS .• ' "^ L1AHILIT1KS "orations 0 '' 0 ''' 1 ''' °' lcldh ' i(ilmls ' Dnrlncrships. and cor- 'n™™i| tCP °?' L =, °, f ilKilvilil ' m i B -' 'pni'incr.sl,ips.' 'nuil 'cm-pornlions* Deposits of Slates nnd political subdivisions Deposits of banks -. ,'-. ° l Vn-rT*''* )(cer '. 1 | iccl nlxl cashier's-,checks,' etc.) '.'.'.'. 1,60(1.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES „ „ , CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital stock: CominoiJ stock, loial fJnr $100,000 IW.IWU.UU faurpius .......... ,. fl undivided proms ...; ..:..:.:::::::::[::::::::'.::::: iS PAQF, THREE COOMMJSSlON'KR'fi ,SAf,B Nollcii I;, h(. r ,.),y giv,,,, L ) ln(/ lhc diKlM-slnned cominKsloncr li) com- pllnnce wllh (he l(.r m ,s 6t. n de- croc rendered by lhc Chancery Conn tar Hie lllythcvlllc, Chleku- fiivvlm District, Mississippi Counly, Arkansas, on the -Illi day of nii- ccmbcr, il),'(7 nnil lhc i7lh day of December, lii:ia wherein f,Vel;n li WO<H| iviw plalnlUf and O, S Corey ami Mclkla Corey were defendants, will *el| ul public nuc- tlon to lhc hli;liM( nnd best bidder, for cash, on a credit of Ihrcc. nmnlhs a months), ul ihi- front dour of the Conn lions«, between Ihe liours prescribed by law In Ihe City of niylhevllle, AJknnsas, on (he lith dny O f Pebrunry, 1D40, the followlnj; real estate, to-wll: Ixit.s one d) nnd two ill) of Illoi-k Nine (U) of ni«hlaiid I'liice, Hci-oud Addition to- Illy- lhcvllle, AMCUII.W.I. Said sale will be hud to satisfy cal<l decree In lhc slim ol l-'onr liuiidred and -nihty-fivc „„««,» and ninety ccnU (J35.90) with' six per cent <o%> Ihlcrc.sl from ADI 11 23, 1037; lets the credit of Seventy- five IJollnrs ($75.00) paid'on judgment on January 21, 1933. The purchaser'at rjild sale will I)C required lo execute bond with approved security, to secure the- payment of the purchase- jnoncy and a lien will be retained upon Mild property at; additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and Hie seal of said Court, on thk the 5lh day nt Jiimiiiry, 1010. IIAHVBV MORRIS, Commissioner In ctumcc-ry Nelll Reed, AltojJiey for plaintiff! 5-12-19-26 Caterpillars slop trains in-Australia; grcal armies of them crawl on the rails and cause the locomo- tlvc'.s wheels to slip. Iiu: REHUCK SKNSIH1.Y "!' " ;•""'•«' «f Sweill.il, Mi B» mill Vniior llaihi iicnl 'H anil tiivlma "IKS. RUTH LAWIION We Will Buy Your 1938-39 GOVT. LOAN COTTON A. R. WETENKAMP & CO. 2(M W. ASM St., Iliylhcvllle ''»«"« ?»8 Lonrr Dislnhcc 23 PENNEY'S SATURDAY FEATURES WATCH THE CLOCK 8 EXCITING BARGAINS! ONE OF THEM WILL .GO ON SALE EACH HOUR STARTING AT 8 O'CLOCK SATURDAY MORNING f ' LISTEN FOR THE STRIKE OFTHE^GON^flT^lLL !w? D Al KACH HOilR —REMINDING YOU THAT m^SMS %,%%&'£!• ^K$S VAIMKS" EVER OfFUKKl) IN KL*THBVlLLK!!! TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 131,5RI» TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS SM55M.1U State of Arknnsas, County of Mississippi, ss' «v™r S ih f J' . v . vlllll ; ms .' CIlsl iler of the above-named bank, do solemnly and belief statement Is true lo the best, of my knowledge) <S ™" S, II. WILLIAMS. Cashier. Correct—Altcst: Roland Green H. Highlit! „,„ , C. !f. Wilson, Directors, sworn to nnd subscribed before me this 3rd day of January. lU-lt), Spencer Alexander. Notary Public My commission expired Feb. 10. 1843. ON SALE AT A.M. WE WILL BUY YOUR GOVERNMENT LOAN COTTON George H. McFadden & Bro's. Ayency E. C. PATTON, Agent Grant) Leader Building ARKANSAS & MISSOURI "Farm &Cityi LOANS LOW INTEREST RATES EASY PAYMENTS —LONG TERMS Fastest closing service of any mortgage to.'in company doing business in this state. FLORIDA BROS. & CO. Life Insurance Fire Insurance Investment Securities Osceola, Ark. ON SALE AT 9:00 A.M. ON SALE AT 10:00 A.M. licoii^lnHhciJ lo miiko [host- VCIT fit triictivc imrclniHCH t'oi' you. Uc'liore cai'ly—NIIVC ! DISH CLOTHS. I7"xl7" nnblcnchcd open mesh wild coinbinntuin eolorocl .check center nnd Ijorcier. Assoiictl coloi-H—red, Brccn, gold. Polks, tliosu will sell fust—don'l lei someone bout you to thorn! AT A FRACTION OF THEIR ACTUAL VALUE MKN'S nrmss SHIRTS—SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT! If you're accu.iloincd to piiying fro,,, I.CQ lo 2.00 for your .shirts, you'll want several of these! Wovcn-Throuijh Fabrics! Sanforized! Past Colors i. Nu-Cnil't Collars! M CMI P »T , ClnLI)R EN'S SLKKI'BRS . . . Hib- dALfc A I )D(1 knil coUon ' l )flsl01 colo '' s - Lfel"- ly brushed inside nnd out. Feet built n .nn ft U 01) - Rc(lucc H'c kiddies' colds with «UO A.M. tllcsc! K'diculously low priced! Hur- i'y! IJiiri'.v! Him-y! SALE AT 12:00 NOON ON SALE AT 1:00 P.M. M FUN'S UNION SUITS . . . Heavyweight ribbed cotton! Men, this is the best underwear value you probably ever will hnvo the chance to j;ike aclvnntagc of securing! Replenish your .stock of unions now! MAKQIJISETTES . . . Assortment nssoiiment! 3G" w i d c — assorted ^ veavCH !lmi colol ' s! y o" want to be here when these go on sale! Yd. AU Ollir JIT MRN " S WOOLI5N TOPCOATS — A UN SALE A I Spceinl C1 °sc-0ut! These are all this winter's coats. If your size is here, n •• • V0ll ' re ltlcky! If - votl ' rc accustomed I, M. to l )a - vin ^ $15 for a coat, you'll be > amazed at the saving you make. ON SALE AT 3:00 P.M. "80 SQUARE" PRINTS — FULL PIECES! A one-time, give-away hotshot! What quality! What'Patterns! A special lot of very attractive patterns! Smart styles! Not remnants! No more need be said—vd.

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