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MW l»~AN UNUSUAL HAT SALE*«B
Hats worth $2.50 to $3, Silk Hatters Plush Hats. _
Fine Black Silk Velvet Hats, all kinds, all shapes, f M
oversoohigh class Velvet and Plush Hats go in
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On account of the low prices we Ift WK
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
WEDDING THIS EVENING
Ceremony Will Be Performed By the |
Rev. Dr. J. Ritchie Smith, of
Princeton University, at Melrose,
Home of the Bride's Parents
The wedding of Miss Florence W est
brook, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Cher
ickdo Weetbrook, and Heber Harris!
Thompson, of i'ottsville, son of the
late Heber and Mrs. Sara Thompson,
will be solemnized this evening at 7
u"clock, at Melrose, the home of the
bride's parents. The ceremony will be
performed by the Rev. Dr. J, Ritchie
Smith, of Princeton University, form
erly pastor of the Market Square Pres
The decoration throughout the house
will be of yellow and white dahlias,
against a background of green. An
orchestra will play the wedding music
and during the informal reception and
supper, which will follow.
The bride, who will be attended by
her sister, Miss Kathreen Westbrook,
will wear a "Moyenage'' gown of
white crepe meteor, beautifully trim
med with pearls and rhinestones and a
veil arranged cap fashion, caught up
with orange blossoms. Her shower bou
quet will be of gardenias and valley
The maid of honor will wear a gown
of white satin with green tulle over
dress trimmed with silver and crystal
bandings. She will carry a sheaf of j
yellow roses. The best man will be j
Robert Miller, of Pine Grove.
Following the ceremony supper will
be,served, Rutherford catering, after
'which Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will
leave for an extended wedding trip,
through the South. On their return
they will reside at Tamaqua, where Mr.
Thompson is connected with the East- j
ern Pennsylvania Railway Company.
Mr. Thompson is a graduate of Vale
College and a prominent fraternity
Among the out-of-town guests will<
. Mrs. Heber S. Thompson, of Pott
\ ;iie; Mis. ,1. Parke Hood, Mt. Airy;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Archibald, Buf
falo. \. V.j Mrs. William A. Ruukle
and Mr. anil Mrs. C. H. Ruhl, Reading;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dives. Miss Eliza
beth Pomeroy and Miss Marv Dalzel!,
oi Rending, and Mrs. Frank Parvin, of
i ran ford, N. J.
MRS. KBKRSOLE HOSTESS .
Entertained at Her Home in Penbrook
m Honor of Her Daughter
Mrs. Frank Kbersole entertained at
her home in Penbrook last evening in
l.oi or of her daughter, Mary, who cele- i
brated her birthday anniversary.
The guests included Miss Gertrude !
Heel, Miss Til lie Keister, Miss Florence)
Hoke, Miss Sara White, Miss Anna j
Snieigh. Miss Gertrude Garman, Miss I
Marv Adams, Miss ( arrie Swavelv, Miss
Nettie White, Miss Frances Smith, Mrs.
Joseph Mover. Miss Mary Kbersole and
Mrs. Frank Kbersole.
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan. 209
South Thirteenth street, announce the I
birth of a daughter, Sunday. October |
4. Mrs. Morgan was Miss Carrie Zim- ,
merman, of Sunburv, prior to her mar !
Week-End Specials and New Fall
Ladies' Wear Present Double
Friday and Saturday Friday and Saturday
$8.98 Coats, $4.49 $1.50 Waists, 69c
Navy and black coats of ex- Lingerie waists with set-in
cellcnt quality thihet, three- insertion, embroidered organdy
fourth length, patch pockets, vest and cuffs, long set-in sleeves,
storm collar, worth $8.98. Spe- aewest models, $1 and $1.50 val
cial hriday and .Hat- a Jf\ lies. Fridav and Satur- /A „
'•rday only lay only, .' OVC
$14.98 to $25 New Fall Suits, $10.98 to $18.98
$7.50 to S4O New Fall Coats $4.98 to $27.98
$5.00 to $lO New Fall Skirts $2.98 to $7.98
the Number mr io-i2s.4thst.-vs D r^°x
MISS EDNA BAER GIVEN A
SURPRISE PARTY BY PUPILS
Pleasant Affair Held at the Home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold by School
Children of Intermediate Depart
Pupils of the intermediate school of
Wormleysb-urg gave a surprise party
for their teacher, Miss Edna Baer, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tues
The guests included Catharine Fisher,
Bessie Muckler Marion Stewart, Ra
chel Ponesmith, Sara Colsher, Ethel
Hoover, Marion Matter, Anna Bretz,
Marion Cadwallader, Kdna Lantz, So
phia Curry, Francis Miller, Leah Stew
art, Sarah Gross, Clara Hoover, Mae
Shaffer, Julia Durbrow, Mariou Beck,
Mabel Keefer, Pauline Wilbur, Ksther
Banks, Catharine Dougherty, Mazie
Foulk, Edith Sieror, Dorothy Te'nny,
Mildred hnvder, James Mclntyre, Al
bert Curry. Robert Leese, Charles Kug
ler, Robert Weber, Richard Oarnham,
Edward Stoner, John Ponesmith, Reese
Goodyear, Lloyd Myers, Stanley Davi
son, Harry Hoke, William Reitzel, Si
mon Shultz. John Lilley, Martin Smeltz
er. Emerald Mcßride, Charles ( ranford,
Miles Armstrong, Mrs. J. H. Lantz, Mrs.
A. (i. Wolf and daughters, Marion and
Kutli, anil son, John; Miss Karper, Miss
McDonald and Miss Edna Baer.
Mrs. Emmanuel Mall Gave Delightful
Affair in Honor of Miss Cath
Mrs. Emmanuel Mall gave a mis
cellaneous shower at her home, 404
North Second street, last evening in
honor of Miss Catherine Winfield, a
popular bride-elect. Miss Winfield was
the recipient of many beautiful gifts
of linen, silver, china and cut glass.
Late in the evening refreshments were
The guests included Miss Tillie
Freedinan. Miss Rebecca Shuman, Miss
Anna Shuman, Miss Cecelia Shuman,
Miss Goldie Hall, Miss Sarah Baturin,
Miss Goldie Katzman, Miss Anna Ga
ronzik. Miss Lena Finkelstein. Miss
Helen Silbert, Miss Clarabel (blaster,
Miss Rose Cohen. Miss Pauline Breii
ner, Miss May Winfield, Miss Helen
Baturin, Miss Lillian Sherman, Mrs.
Charles Krause, Mrs. M. Hoffman,
Mrs. L. Goldman, Mrs. M. E. Winfield,
Mrs. M. Hall, Mrs. E. Mall, Mrs. Philip
Caplan, Mrs. Ro«e Shapiro, of Lebanon;
Mrs. Karl Ellenhorn, of New York;
Miss Sarah Knoor, Miss Lillian Marks,
of New York; Miss Matilda Cooper,
Miss Emeline Remmer and Miss Cath
W. C. T. U. Meeting Friday
A meeting of the East Hanrisfburg-
W. C. T. I . will be held to-morrow aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Elizabeth Appleby, 120 7 Derrv street.
Mrs. ( . M. Spahr will lead the meeting.
Attending Convention Here
Thomas L. Pfarr, chief fire marshal
of Allegheny county, and Joseph (..
Alexander, of Braddock .are attending
the convention of firemen in this citv.
HARRIS*" IM4 STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1914.
Mrs. Mabel Cronise
Jones, Regent, Again
Nominated to Head!
MRS. C. S. REBUCK
I Thomas Lynch Montgomery, State Li-1
brarian, Gives Interesting Talk on
the War of IS 12—Chapter Is in
Good Standing Financially
| Despite the counter attractions of
i t>he firemen's parade, erne of the largest !
j meetings of the United States Daugh-J
i tl ' rs 1812 was held this afternoon at i
j the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth ( rain i
: Kunkel. IT South Front sitreet, Mrs. |
|lMabel Cronise Jones, regent, presiding, j
The program was more than usually I
i attractive, interesting as the programs!
jof this society invariably are. The re- j
! ports showed Hie work of the orgnniza- i
fion which is "certainly accom lishing j
much of which it has a right to be j
Mrs. Charles .7. Wood. Jr., read her.
report secretary, giving an account j
also nf the dedication of the gateway 1
I at Siiver Spring church, the chapter |
having given liberally for this project.]
1 Mrs. Wood as one of the chanter's rep- I
i resentatives at RaltimoTo during the'
; hundredth anniversary exeivises of the
| Star Spanglld Benner, gave a brief ac- '
i count of the more salient features of
the week's ceremonies. The 1812 or
J ganizations throughout the country were i
' especially interesteil in this celebration |
; us the "Stai* S'angled Banner" was
| written during the War of 1812 and is j
j always sung ar each meeting of tiie so :
' cietv. Mrs. George K. Fitter was the I
| other representative from the chanter. '
The treasurer's renort by Mrs. James !
I Edward Dickinson, showed some $66.41 \
in the treasury and no outstanding j
| debts. (Mrs. Edward 7.. Gross, chairman!
of 'the finance committee, reported on
| the money s'iven for the gatewav an I •
i tablet at Silver Spring. T'he entire j
j outlay was some $750. and the i-ost was j
I borne by Various individuals and by the '
l r . 8. D. of 1812 in Harrisburn and the I
'D. \. R. societies of Harrisburg and :
The report of Miss Catherine Irwin
Egle. registrar, showed the death ot
three members since the tirst of the
year. Mrs. Richar I ill. Hummel, Mrs.
W. H. Try and Miss Hannah S. Hoi
brook, of Ijaneaster. Deatli lias also
visited thirteen of the families since
January 1. making the year's record a
far sadder one than any previous period
in the history of the 'cha ter.
Mrs. Mersereau. chairman of the
philanthropic committee, who was not.
present, sent in an appeal for shoes
for a boy of 8. She could also place to
good advantage stockings and clothes
for such a child.
Miss May Fox. chairman of the nom
inating eommitttee, presented the fol
lowing name? to be voted upon at the
December meeting, although as was
stated, the list was purely suggestive
and any other names may be substituted
Regent. Mrs. iMnbel Cronise Jones;
first vice regent, Mrs. Charles Stough
Rebuck; second vice regen>t, IMrs. Sarah
J. K'stler, of Carlisle, a real daughter;
registrar, IMiss Catherine 1. Kgle;
treasurer. Mrs. James "Edward Dickin
son; historian. Mrs. James Barr
iMersereau; recording se> retarv, Mrs.
Charles J. Wood, Jr.; corresponding sec
retary, Miss 'Matilda W. Hiester.
The office of second vice regent was
left vacant bv the death of Miss Hol
brook, and on motion of Mrs. Oross.
Mrs. Kistler, of Carlisle, was elected
to fill the place for the balance of the
Delightful musical numbers were
given by Miss Katherine Heicher, who
charmed every one with "Bonny Sweet
Bessie the Pride of Dundee," and
"Sally in Our Alley." Miss Sara
I/emer, who has far more than a local
reputation as a violinist, rendered sev
eral numbers most exquisitely.
One of the principal features of the
afternoon, was of course the talk on
the high lights of the War of 1812,
given by Thomas Lynch Montgomery,
State Librarian. Mr. Montgomery's ad
dress was made doubly interesting by
the use of some lantern slides. Current
Events wqre given at some length by
the regent, Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones,
who touched upon the phases of the
war that do not usually find their way
into the local pa[>er, she alluded also
to new discoveries and inventions in
the line of electric and radium that
promise to revolutionize man's entire
mode of life; other topics touched upon
were new wonders of Africa; latest
news from the Aretic regions, and ex
periments in the production of new
flowers and new fruit.
A letter from the State president,
Miss Martha Molnnes. was read, giv
ing theresult of the recent State elec
tions. Harrisburg was given three of
fices, much to its surprise, as nine
places wero represented on the list of
elected officers. The list of State of
ficers now stands as follows: Regent,
Miss Martha H. Mclnnes. of Norris- \
town: first vice president, Mrs. Mabel
Cronise Jones, Harrisburg: second vice
president, Mrs. Richard H. Peters, of
Philadelphia; third vice president,
Mrs. William H. Hoise, of Library;
fourth vice president, Miss Mary
Evans. Xorristown; .■•cording secre
tary, Mrs. Robert Bryce, Pittsburgh;
corresponding secretary, Mi Solomon
Hinev, Jr., Steelton; treasure,, Mrs.
Theodore Evans, Landsowne; regist
rar. Miss Elizabeth E. Massev, Phila
delphia: surgeon. Dr. Miilie Chapman,
Wilkinsburg; color bearer. Miss Mac- j
key, Kaston; historian. Mrs. James:
Uarr Mersereau, Harrisburg.
After the singing of the ''Star
Spangled Banner," a delightful social ]
hour was spent with Mrs. Kunkel, re !
freshments being served in the library. I
MRS. J. E. MY HOSTESS,
Entertained Members of "Vendetta'
Club'' at Her Home Last Even- i
ing at ".>00"
Mrs. J. E. Gray entertained the;
members ol' the Vendetta Club at five 1
hundred at her home, 623 Ross street.!
last evening. Music by Messrs. William
Binkley, Walter R. HhaefTer and Wal-t
lace Smediey was a feature of the,
evening's entertainment. Prizes were i
won by William Foster and Wallace:
Smediey. Refreshments were served to
the following guests:
Misses Elizabeth Durst and Malindaj
Durst of Sunbury; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd !
Warren, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gray,!
Misses M«e Descii, Beatrice Gray,'
Klsie Gra>, Ruth Gray. Wallace A.'
Smediey, William M. Poster, Carroll \
Desch, "Ted" Maugans, John K. Gray,]
Jr., George Gray, Walter K. Shaffer, :
Harry Bell and William Binkiev.
Magical Effee! of
New Face Peeler
To maintain a clear, rosy, vouthful
complexion, there's nothing so siniplo
to lite and yet so effective as ordinary
mercolized wax, which you can get at
any drug jsiori- in the original pack
age. i,si np].ly the wax at nig it is
you Wi.tiM ccld cream; in .he m .ruins
wash it off with warm water. If you've
never tried it you can't imagine the
magical effect of this harmless home
treatment. The wax causes the worn
out yrarf skin to come off in minute
particles, a little at a time and soon
you have entirely shed the offensive
cuticle. The fresh young underskln
now in evidence is so healthy and girl
ish looking, so fre • from any apipear
ance of artificiality you wish you had
heard of this marvelous complexion
renewing secret long ago.
To get rid of your wrinkles, here's
a formula that is wonderfully effect
ive: I ox. powdered saxolite, dissolv
ed in 4 p'.. witch hazel. Bathe the face
in this and you will he simplv aston
ished at the results, even after the
first trial. adv.
Eye Glass Comfort
Some persons say they can't wear
eye-glasses. Try our new stvle
mounting. Holds fast and feels
We grind lenses and can dupli
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Cheap for the quality offered
218 Locust Street
t'nder the Auspices of Group No. 2
Thursday Evening, October 8, 1914
By Eev. A. S. Fasick, D. D.
in the Curtin Heights
"ARKS AMONG BULRUSHES"
Organ Recital by Miss Rutl! Kray
bill of Stephens Memorial Church,
assisted by Mrs. Carl Heefner,
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. Arthur R. Ruplev, of Carlisle,
spent yesterday us the guest of Mrs.
Frank Fisher, 718 North Sixth street.
Roy Showers, of Newcastle, Pa., is
the guest of his sister. Miss Ethel
Showers, at the Donaldson.
Miss Ruth Barnhart, Swatara street,
will leave to-morrow to spend several
days in York with relatives.
Thomas H. Johnston, 3020 North
Second' street, has returned home from
a several days' visit with his daugh
ter at Rochester, N. V. *
Mrs. J. C. Gulp, 115 Calder street,
is attending the sessions of the Worn
ail's Foreign Missionary Society at
■Johnstown this week.
Miss Irene Kiteh, of Columbia, was
the guest of Miss Claire Dyer, 333
Boyd avenue, on Tuesday.
Mr. anj Mrs. John R. Sauter, 12S
Locust street, have returned home from
a several days' visit to Lancaster.
Will Cornelius, of Jenkintown, is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Cornelius, t>39 Maclav street.
Dr. Li. P. DeHaven, of Liverpool, is
the guest of William Kitzm'.Ler, IGI7
Mrs. H. M. Geiger, of Northumber
land, is the guest of Mrs. Martha J.
Hartell, 1501 Va North Sixth street.
Miss Pearl Phillips, of Mahanoy
City, is visiting Miss Johanna Reese,
1527 North Sixth street.
Mrs. William Harper, 351 South
Eighteenth street, has returned from
New Cumberland, where she spent sev
Miss Kate Hess, of Marvsville, has
returned home from Atlantic City.
John Hencb, of Elliotsburg, is the
guest of his parents in this city and
relatives in New Cumberland.
Mrs. P. Worlev, of York, is the
guest of Mrs. A. Waldschmidt, 1H24
Park street, during the Firemen's Gon
i Earl Koch, 1325 James street, is the
guest of relatives in Baltimore for a
Miss Irene Meyers, of York, is the
guest of Mrs. Frances Meyers, 1330
Mrs. Jacob McCorkle and son, Ixm
McCorkle, 2030 Pens street, has re
turned home from Wilmington, Del.,
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Kuntz and
small son, of Bendcrsville, are guests
lof Mr. and Mrs. McKendrick, 429
' Hummel street.
. Allen Floyd, of South Bethlehem, is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
-M. A. Floyd, 231 Briggs street.
Mr. and Mrs. George O'Connel, of
Holly Springs, were the guests yes
terday of Mrs. U P. Meaker, 117
Mr. and Mrs. ,lames Sweeney, P. .1. j
Sweeney, I South Eighteenth street, 1
and John Sweeney, 33 North Seven-!
teenth street, have returned from (.'hi |
•*ago where they attended the funeral!
of the former's brother, John Sweeney.
Mrs. Frank Campbell and daughter,
Miss Eleanor Campbell, of Millersburg,
are guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
Jacob Shuemaker, 23 North Fifteenth
Miss Cecelia Helfrith, of York, is'
the guest of her cousin, Miss Frances
Meyers, 1330 Vernon street.
Mrs. MeCormick, 20 North Fif- i
teenth street, has returned home from \
a visit to Petersburg.
Thornton Metz, of Columbia, is the;
guest of his daughter, Mrs, Benjamin j
Byer. 2004 Green street.
Miss Margie Sweeney, of York, is'
the guest of Miss Frances Meyers, 1330 I
Mrs. George Kuntz, of York, is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Harvey Burt
nett, 27 South Nineteenth street.
Miss Mame Garman, of Dauphin, is
the guest of Miss Prances Meyers,
1330 Vernon street.
M's. McKendrick. 429 Hummel]
street, has returned home from Bow j
Miss Cara White, 1207>/j Mulberry;
street, spent yesterday in York attend
ing the York county fair.
Miss Elizabeth Fegley, of Lancaster,!
is the guest of the Misses Kreidler, ]
809 Capital street, for several weeks.!
John Kirby, of Atlantic City, is the i
guest of his mother, Mrs. John Kirby, I
256 Cumberland street.
Miss Henrietta Louise Bishop, 1121 j
North Sixth street, left yesterday for'
a several weeks' visit to New York!
Miss Lillian Fisher, 718 North j
Sixth street, has returned from a trip!
William 8. Heneh. 807 Green strpet, j
is spending ten days ju New York.
Mr. ami Mrs. William Elliott and
Miss Josephine Elliott, of Newtown,
N. J., arrived last night to visit Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Miller, 609 Briggs
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mathiat and
Horace Mathiat, of South Earlington,
who have been visiting Mrs. John E.
Miller, 609 Briggs street, left to-day
for their new home near Sellersville,,
PARTY FOR m.BARNHART |
Mr. and Mrs. Barn hart Entertained i
Friends of Their Son on Hi 3
Mr. anrl Mrs. J. H. Bamhart gave a '
party at their home, 2008 North Sev- !
enth street, in honor of their son, ;
George, who on Tuesday celebrated his j
birthday anniversary. The guests spent .
a pleasant evening with music and :
games, after which refreshments were
Those present were Gertrude Rimer, j
Hazel Sowers, Marguerite Brunner,
Lulu Johnson, Melissa Kroh, Viola j
Kroli, Viola Gotwalt, Ruth McCrae,
Edna Soles, Maud Hoster, Ellen Beck- !
with, Viola Barnett, Margaret Barnett, |
Messrs. Troup, Greek, George Tippery, |
Harry Zentmeyer, Jacob Sebold, '
Charles Six, George Miller, Samuel
Sherman, Millard Greek, Ralph Swei
gart, Charles Barnett, George Barnett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barnett, Mrs. Fet
terhoff, Mrs. Beckwith and Joseph
Pyle-Krause Wedding j
Marietta, Oct. 8. —Jn St. Luke's Re j
formed church. Lancaster, yesterday ■
Miss Kmina May Krause, daughter of
Nicholas G. Krause, was married tij
Harry P. Pvle, of Lancaster, bv the
Rev. William L. Lichliter. The ring
■ceremony was used. A reception fol- ,
Entertained for Mrs. William Julius
j Mrs. E. E. iLutz entertained at her
| home, 171 North Fifteenth street,
| last evening complimentary to Mrs.
| William Julius, of Portsmouth, X. H.. i
| formerly Miss Ruth Creep, of this city.
Mrs. Julius is spending several weeks I
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Creep,
59 North Eighteenth street.
WORLD'S SERIES IN BKi HALL
Each Play Will Be Reproduced in i
"Chestnut Street Auditorium
The fact that Felix Davis will again
| reproduce the World's Scries hall games
!on his •'Wizard" player board at he
! Chestnut street nuiiitorium will be wel !
come news to the local tans.
The very next thing to seeing the I
actual game is to see it reproduced bv ;
this wonderful mechanical arrangement.
Play after play i 3 instantly recorded, i
not in the usual way, but in the un
usual and there is almost as much real
ism and excitement to be had by watch -
I ing a game on the board as there is on
I the field.
Jn the center of the board is the dia
I mond, an exact reproduction of a base
ball field, players benches and all. Print ,
ed cards that revolve give the detailed
story of the game where it cannot be
! portrayed on the field. Red globes rep
resent the players. They run down the
| batting order opposite the names of |
I the players.
| There are "at bat'' columns.;
"runs," "hits," "outs," 1 "a?sists";
and "errors," making everything as
clear as day.
"THE QUALITY STORE"
FOR FRIDAY'S SHOPPERS
EXTRA SPEClAL—Ladies' and Hi x »M) Unbleached Seamless 1
Misres' Plain White and Black Sheets, made with :Vinch hem, of a
Stripe Serge Suits—all good styles fine even sheeting. A s»c value,
i but not just up-to-the minute. Worth Special for Friday at, each, 49<?
from $1H.50 to $25.04) regularly. ;
Special for Friday at .. . $5.00 Dresser and Buffet Scarfs, 18x54- I
in. sise, some lace and embroidery,
EXCEPTIONAL Ladies' and ° the £* lace «"* d f wl J *" k —™ gu
j Misses' Suits made of Mannish 50c quality. Special for Friday
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| ingote style and yoke skirt. A
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v " coats and dresses, sells for :tlc. Spe
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Closing out "BALDWIN" House
Dresses—a dress that can be worn
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Friday at, each aj-| /id every day wear—worth J sc. Spe-
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Junior Dresses made of blue and -v..-,
j tan gingham in sailor waist style J'JSg 1 'bLchel-in
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Ladies Skirts with long tunics, neck and long beeves—jUßt right
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Couch Covers, 50 inches wide and WARNER'S Corsets nearly all
» yards long—pretty Roman stripe sizes—regularly $1.50. Special for
effects —good close woven tapestry. Friday at 79<^
| Kegularly St.OO. Special for Friday
j at, each Soft Turn-over Collars for Ladies'
or boys' use—in Tans and Blue—
j „ , , , worth 12 c. Special for Friday
Nets and Laces for door panels— ati each,
elegant selection—in white and ecru '
—some short ends—some slightly T ~ , „ . ~
soiled. Special for Friday at ONE Ladies Gloria Silk Umbrellas,
i HALF PRICE with cover and tassel, carved
aatural handles. Regularly $2.00 val
_ ues. Snecial for Friday at C"| *>Q
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hulsterlng purposes—all the latest _ , _ „
designs and colorings at greatly re- , Lacbes Le ( at^ el ' "» nd »*«■' s ° me
nrirAß silver mounted, silk and leather
| prices. Un#d Weie $| (H) to S4OO Spa
j A good serviceable Apron Ging- PRICE.
ham. nice even cloth In the staple -
styles of green and blue—colors ab- Pearl Buttons in all sizes that sold
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Friday at, per yard ends—all perfect. Special for Fri
day at 2 cards for
80-inch Unbleached Muslin of oddg and endß of Fancy Xrim .
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for Friday at, p«r yard 30c Per dozen. Special for Friday
' at , per dozen ..
Ladies' Wool Skirt Patterns in /2t* ,
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and black and blue and black. Reg- Shirts, trimmed in blue, red and
ularly SI.OO. Special for Friday at, white—low neck—worth 75c. Spe
| each, cial for Friday at, each 59^
L. W. COOK
j EVERYBODY LOVES
: A LADY FAIR
> And a Lady Can Have a Fair, Olwuf
Complexion by Using Stuart's Cal- *
cium Wafers After Each Meal.
You women ought to hear, some mer£
: rave over a beautiful clean and shelf
j clear skin. There is nothing that s<v
! charms a man or a woman as this.
, Where there are pimples, blotches, liver
j spots, etc., the blood is diseased and
filled with impurities. Clean the blood
and these effects disappear at once;
| That is what Stuart's Calcium '
do almost bevond belief.
"She Was a Pimply Person, Once Upon
Stuart's Calcium Wafers are known
to hundreds of thousands of men ami
women. Perhaps some of the faces yoir
admire now were made beautifully tree
from skin blemishes by Stuart's CalJ
. cium Wafers.
You won't be always worrying
about what your friends and stranger!
think of your "broken-out" face, if
you give these wonderful little wafers
i a chance.
| That's because they go right to the
; seat of the trouble, the blood, drivin'
out all impurities, strengthening it',
toning it up. And when the blood ij
clear the skin is free from blemish, i
Stuart's Calcium Wafers are ptivectj
j ly harmless and may bo taken freely
i by anv one. They contain absolutely
no mercury, no poisonous drugs, i o
| Stuart's) Calcium Wafers contain
Calcium Sulphide, ami a mild alt.'rativ *
j —every doctor prescribes them a hunf
dred time? a year. They are the mo*|
effective blood-uleansers known to mani
It doesn't matter whether you have
blackheads and pimples "something
awful," or boils, tetter, rash, carbun
cles, eczema, liver spots or a nuidd - '
complexion, try Stuart's Calcium Wa
fers and got a surprise in a short time.
Buy a box from your druggist any
where. All druggists keep them in
stock. Price 50c. A small sample
j package will be mailed free to ar <•-.
one who will address F. A. Stuart Co.,
175 Stuart Bid;;., Marshall, Mich.
"Why do you call this boisterom
song' The Prizefighter'? Lullaby !" "
"Because it describes how lie put,
the other fellow to sleep."—Baltiihoro