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MUl May Henry bu returned from a
ten. days Tlalt to the Misses Kennedy
In Laurel. Md. ,
Mr. and Mr. Harry Mumford are en
tertaining Mr. Mumford, or Philadelphia,
The annual flower allow, which oc
curred on Tuesday, and Wednesday In
the Lord Memorial Ball, waa enjoyed by
Many entertainments are being" planned
for Mr. Bamet Phillips, or New York,
who la the guest of her mother. Mr.
Mra Robert Gleb. of Hyattavtlle, Md..
entertained at luncheon on Tueaday, and
Mra. P. M. Oalnea was hosteaa at .dinner
on Saturday. Covers' were laid for eight.
Mra. Henry Reed Van Deusen. of
Scranton. Fa, who haa been the meat
of Mra. Frank: W. Towner, has returned
to her home.
Mr. J. F. McHugh left on Wednesday
for a Tilt to New York and canana.
Mr. P. J. Noohan, of WWceebarre. Pa-.
waa the guest during the week of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry last week.
. Rev. Father W. A. Hemmlck haa re
turned to' the university from a two
months trip to Ireland. France, and the
Mra. J. F. McHugh la entertaining Mrs.
William Coyan. of Wellington, Del.
Mr. Theodore Scbeffer and family.. of
Kansas, have taken poasession of their
new home. 1039 Lawrence Street.
Mra William Ferkinson and Miss "Vir
ginia Perklnson have returned from
Ronceverte. W. Va.
Mr. Harry S. Houser. of Spotsylvania,
Va. will be the guest for the winter
of his aunt, Mrs. Green.
Prof. Frank O'Hara. of the university,
returned last week from North Dakota,
and will be joined later by Mra O'Hara.
Miaa Esther Galbralth la home from
Jfew Hope, Pa, where ahe went to the
wedding of her cousin. Miss jane uryer,
and Mr. John Donnelly.
Mr. and Mra D. Water have returned
from a trip through Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snell. of Den
ver, Colo., are located at 1331 Newton
Miss Lucy Hall, of Marlboro, Md,
is a guest at the home of Mr. Jamea
Hall and Miss Susie HalL
Lieut George W. Easterday, U. 8. A.,
Is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mra
George J. Easterday.
Mra George Laws Is home from a sum
mer spent on the coast of Maine.
Miss Dorothy Rohrer is visiting friends
Mr. Jim Worthlngton, formerly of
Georgetown, has been the guest of
Mrs. R. H. Merrlam. of St. Paul, who
has been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Kon
drup, left on Wednesday for her home.
Miss Sallle Mackall Is home f rim Eu
rope, having spent the summer in travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taggart, who were
called to New York, owing to the Illness
of their son-in-law. Dr. Sankey Bacon,
U. S. N.. are expected to return the
first of the week, as Dr. Bacon la rapid
ly recovering from his operation.
Mr. George A. King and his -son, Mr.
Archibald King, left on Tuesday .for a
short stay in Boston. Mass.
Airs. Grant Leet has closed her sum
mer home 4n Friendship Heights and
nas taken possession of her town house.
Miss Joseph Ough is visiting her sister
in Jew lork.
Miss Frances Skinner has left for New
York City, where she will take a course
In domestic science.
Mr. Louis Cazenova. jr. who has been
In the West for some time, has recently
Deen me guest or mends in town.
Mr. and, Mrs. S. S. Edmondston. jr.,
entertained thirty little folks last Tues-
HISS KATHEBIHE EITTINS,
After a summer la Europe returned yesterday to this cavalry
Develop Your Bust
In 15 Days
ure or how
day In honor of their son Jack'a seventh
birthday. Games were much enjoyed.
Several ladies In Friendship Heights
have organized a five-hundred club. Each
lady will entertain In turn, the first
meeting to be on Wednesday afternoon;
and the hostess will be Mrs. Emory H.
Mrs. Buel and her sister, Mrs. Babbitt,
have given up their apartment tn Ham
mond Court and will spend the winter in
Mrs. Charles G. Warden Is entertaining
Mrs. Jack Frost, from Virginia
Rev. F. B. Howden entertained the
men of St. John's choir at the rectory
on Wednesday evening to meet the new
organist, Mr. Percy C. Miller. Mr. G.
Thompson tVlllIam. the former organist;
who now has charge of St. Machael and
All Angels'. Baltimore, was presented
with handsome sliver military brushes
In appreciation of his work at St- John'a
Miss Helen Williams haa returned to
her home In Thirty-first Street.
Miss Ida Magruder is visiting relatives
in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miss Mamie Kurtz has returned from
spending the summer In Virginia
Lieut. Alexander Marsh, who has Just
returned from Europe, is the truest of his
grandmother. Mrs. Miller, before going
to the Philippines, where he has Just
Mrs. John Kurtz and mother. Mrs.
Swazie, will spend the winter traveling
timore, who -have been visiting at the
home of Mr. R. Hugh Perrie. near West
wood, are now the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Townsend. of Thrift. In
Prince George County.
Mr. and Mra. Clarence T. Vinson, of
Baltimore, have returned after a stay of
several weeks with friends near Chlllum.
Prince George County.
Mr. and Mrs. C Francis Owens, of
Washington, moved to Hyattsvllle this
week, and are occupying their new home
in Shepherd's subdivision.
Mrs. Helen Parsons, of Baltimore, la
visiting Mrs. John F. HIckey, Marion
Mra Mary W. Belt has been spending
a few days with her sister. Mrs. C. C.
Magruder. near Upper Marlboro.
The Misses Helen and Edith Sllngluft
have been visiting their aunt, Mra Rob
ert L. Hall In Queen Anne district.
LOBD KNOLLYS DECLINES.
XI IcvcIm Best Hew Way
TTon a full, firm Tniilhfitl hti. ....i.i.i..
i? -i. " "ie lte envy of your fellow
women and will give you the allure
ments of a perfect womanhood that will
.hJhy"l5r.tlVerve ,s nothing new under
the sun. but I have perfected a treat
ment that 1 want to share with my sis
ters. What It did for me It eas d wUl
"" too, and I now offer It to you.
Others offer to build up your figure
with drugs, greasy skin foods, creams,
dieting, massage, and expensive Instru
ments and devices. I have dome awar
with all these lajorlou methods and
nave given a. legion of women a luxuri
ant natural development by a treat
ment never before offered the public
No massaging, nothing to .take, noth
ing to wear.
I was aklany, scrawar..aat, aad
aat tract ire tn saen. Now I claim
' the klsrheat priced artist's
model la the Vatted State, aad
what I did f or myself I caa do
I don it care what your age may be. I
ask only that you be at least sixteen
nd not an invalid, and I will undertake
io. ueveiop your oust in two weeka All
I ask- Is five or ten' minutes of your
time every day.
Write tt m Tw-fcy fr m TraataMt
it wui air east tor a veaar far'
a peat card aad, I will mall yea
this waaderfal lafarmstlea la a
Kiln caver ao' that ao one will
ow yaar aectret.
Don t let a false pride and' a silly
sense of shame keep ydufrom enjoying
. to the full the charms you should have
to be a perfect specimen bf womanhood.
Mt'me, help you. Your communication
shall be held In absolute confidence and
lecracyv Wrltevme to-day.
The newly organized Auction Bridge
Club was entertained Saturday rwninr
uy wr. una .airs, wiuiam noward. wine
and Franklin Streeta .The club will
meet every alternate Saturday through
out the winter. The prizes at the Initial
meeting were won by Mesdames William
Howard ana Charles W. Clagett, and
Messrs. Harry Howard and George B.
Luckey. Other participants were Mrs.
Cissell. of Washington: Mr. and Mra E.
A. Fuller. Mra Nellie F. Brooks. Mra
George B. Luckey, Mra Harry Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sherman James, Dr.
Charles A. Wells, and Messrs. Harry
W. Dorsey, Charles W. Clagett, and
William Howard. Following the games
refreshments were served.
The Afternoon Five Hundred Club was
hospitably entertained Tuesday by Mra
Otway B. Zantzlnger. Wine Street Ex
tended. Mra. Franklin G. Tlngley won
the first prize: Miss Lucy Mayo the
second, and Mra W. D. Porter the con
solation. Preceding the games refresh
ments were served. The next meeting
will be held Tuesday at the residence
of Mrs. Porter. Avon Avenue.
Mrs. Raymond Talbot, of San Diego.
Cal.. has been the guest of Miss Holly
Hill during the past week.
Miss Nellie Moran left yesterday for
Petersburg. Va where she will be the
guest of Mra GUI until the' latter part
Mrs. Marlow. 'of Montcomerv Coimrv.
ls visiting her daughter; Mra John
Wormwood, near Glenndale, Prince
Miss Ruth Bowie, of Washington. Is
visiting her rrandmother. Mra Thnmna
Clagett. of "Keokuk." in the lower sec
tion or Prince George County.
Mra Elizabeth Clsrett and Mi. M.
v.ieii tiu ciose ineir summer nome.
"Ingleslde." next week and remove to
nasningion tor the winter montha
Mr. Bamuel B. Chanev. tf Prtnco
George County, and Mra Agnes L.
Chaney. his brother's widow, of West
River, Anne Arundel County, "were mar
ried in Baltimore Monday at the Cathed
ral .by Rev. Father Stickney. After a
brief trip to Atlantic City, they will re
turn to the bridegroom's home. Wood-
more, i-nnce ueorge 'county. , -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Hudson. of
Lawrence, Masa. have returned after a
delightful visit to friends and !!
near Sunnyslde. Prince George County.
Mra li Nelson Perrie; of Kalnuabu
had her sisters.- MesdimeslGrMi.v .i
Tarreyson. of Washington, 'visiting her.
Mr. and Mra A. T. Robinson. , . h...
returned to Washington, after a.pleasaat
visit' to Mr. :Robtnsons parents at "Calm
Private Secretary to Late Kins;
Won't Write Biography.
London. Oct. 1Z Lord Knollys. for
many years the confident and private
secretary of the late King Edward, has
excused himself from editing the official
biography of his beloved master on the
grounds of his wife's continued ill health
and hia own Incapacity for literary work.
The real reason Is the fact that Lord
Knollys knew more of King Edward's
private life thsn any other man in this
country, and his Inborn sense of honesty
prevents him from taking any active
part In editing a book which will be
puMlsned for public consumption only.
Many private papers and letters of In
tense Interest were destroyed at King
tawara s aeatn uy Knollys and Queen
Alexandra, but the latter has nreserved
an Immense number which will make
good public reading, and which she
promisea to give Lord Escher. as editor.
Lord Escher expects to take eighteen
months for the work. Every assistance
will be given him by King George.
Escher will do most of his writing at
Orchard Lea. in Windsor Forest, where
his son. Oliver Brett, and his American
bride are expected on a long visit after
a lour in itaiy.
Frco taa MujcbHer Union.
AH efforts of physicians and others to
educate the American public to a realiz
ing sense of the Importance of wearing
correctly shaped, properly fitting shoes
appear to have, been lost n some people.
No longer ago than last Tuesday the
New York State retail dealers, in con
vention at Utica. found it 1vl.hl. tn
adopt a resolution asking manufacturers
to standardize styles and to stop making
freak shoes. The retail, shoe dealers as
sert tnat tnelr loss on freak shoes and
changes In styles is one of the nrlme
causes for the Increasing- nrlees of ih
.in oner, tne losses on those accounts
must neeos oe made up in some way, and
the consumer pays the frelaht. Inci
dentally. It may be noted that the New
York Stat retail shoe dealers adopted
another resolution which tends to offset
testimony given In court and contained
In sundry circular letters and other liter
ature with which most newspaper offices
are acquainted; ror wis resolution asks
the national organization to move In the
effort -to dissolve -the monopoly held In
some of the machines used In the manu
facture of shoes on the around that this
monopoly adds materially to the price of
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latto 'Boetety-wMir-asrg. ' awaal. Henry
Btunh , lyrUninrail. asm-Piaf.-Fraat
Ha Hchuler maalrolt.- ths KaBand pian
ist. Tin- haH waa p rstlllr 4Crat with
paten, aaf eat'lUwai. X'
. The ollowiM'tadMa aefctvlas asters;
Mtoias !Aaeaawtma,,3rtla BtswslV -Delia
tPhJUiptY "Xarlew Haelettv Christina
Farnlval. Anna -Barley. 'Katbtrlna Wal
ler. ProsrramaMS wars' dtetrlbutad by,
little Kisses CaroUne and,JaBy Wattles,
Kiss Anna Gorman ,1s the. guest of the
Mine Allen, In Richmond. ;
Km Richard- Gibson has returned to
bar home' in this etty -after spending
the summer 'te'FredericksbuT.''
Kra John-Kite.. of Somerset. Va. who
has Deen the guest of Mr. and Kra. D. K.
Kite, hag returned, to her bom.
.Kra. L. K. Veach aad children, who
bar been visiting in this city, have re
turned to their, horn In, Columbia. 8. C
musical organization, known as
Sharps and Flats, will shortly begin re
hearsing for a performance to' be given
for the benefit of the fund for, the mon
ument to the Confederate dead at .Ar
Miss Mary Isard. of Roanoke enter
tained at a reception Friday afternoon,
from until o'clock and from,' I until
11 o'clock, complimentary to Miss Chris
tina Kemper, of Rosemont, and Miss Jo
sephine Smith, of Winchester..
Mr. -K. R. Norris during last week, at
tended the State fair In Richmond.
Kr. W. L. Brown has returned from a
visit to relatives In Manassas.
Mr. and Mra Henry Phillips and Corby
Phillips are attending' the Stats fslr at
Miss Mary Hooff. of Seminary Hill, is
visiting Mrs. Lewis Nelson. Jr.. In Cul-
peper. Va. .
Misses I Elizabeth Whedee and Sallle
Crump have returned from a visit to Mr.
P. E. Groves. Etrasburg.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Clinton Knight have
returned from their wedding trip and are
now at home at 23 North St. Aaaph
Miss Sarah T. Shotts Is visiting' her
mother In Martlnsburg. W. Va.
Mr. and Mra Robert L. Garrett have
returned to their home after spending
the summer at Mount Eagle. Fairfax
Mra Eleanor Washington Howard has
returned from Warm Springs. Va, where
sne spent the summer, and Is now the
guest of Mra William S. Greene, in
North Washington Street.
Miss Lata Lee haa left fpr an extend
ed trip through the South. t
Miss Melba Dodd and Mr. Frank Dob-
son, both of this city, were married on
Wednesday night at the parsonage of
tne uecona rresoytenan Church by Rev.
ur. jonn-Lee Allison, pastor.
Miss Mary E. Latch, of PhoenlxvlIIe.
Pa. has returned to her home after a
visit to her cousin. Mra W. H. Hunter.
ot soutn Lee street.
Mount Vernon Chapter, Daughtera of
the American Revolution, held a meet
ing Friday afternoon at the residence
or airs. Robert Powell. In North Wash
Mrs. E. H. O'Brien, Mrs. Wilbur Reid.
Mra Walter McCafTery. and Mrs. Mao
Kelly have returned from Harrisonburg.
Va. where they attended th. annual
meeting of the United Daughters of the
H. K. Field, district deputy grand high
priest of District No. 1. and Frank W.
Latham paid an official visit to Klnaale.
Royal Arch Masonic chapter, during the
Mlsa Man Watts Blackburn has re
turned to this city after spending the
summer with her niece. Mrs. Thomas
8hepherd. near Luray, Va
Mr. and Mra C W. Dutfey have re
turned from Seat Pleasant. Md.
Miss Dorothy Hackett. of Baltimore.
Is visiting her sister. Miss Hackett. In
Mrs. Norris, of Washington. Sunday
last waa the guest of Mrs. Bessie Ker-
rick. In King Street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mayer are the
guests of Mra Mayer's uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis N. Larmand, In
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Latham, of
this city, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
O'Meara and children have returned to
thla city after spending the summer at
tnetr country home, near Hunters Sta
tion, on the Washington-Virginia Rail
Misses Margaret and Adelaide Ham
mersley, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Bradshaw. have returned to
Mra C. P. Brawner during the last
week attended the wedding of her broth
er, Mr. John E. Eaton, to Miss Ivy M.
Johnson. In Richmond, Va
Mr. snd Mrs. Edgar Warfleld, sr.. Mr.
and Mrs. George Warfleld. Mra Mary A.
Stephens, and Mlsa Virginia G. Marks,
who have spent the last six months In
Rosemont. have returned to their home
In thla city.
Mr. and Mra Henry O'Bannon Cooper
have returned from a visit to relatives
Mrs. McGowan, of Vienna, Is the guest
oi ner aaugnter, Mra Lewis H. Machen.
of this city.
Mra Frederick C Belg Is. the guest of
Miss Mary Johnson at her home In Prince
Miss Jane Hammersly left Saturday
ror iesourg. wnere she will spend two
weeks aa the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Hammersly.
Mra A. Harris, of North Carolina, Is
the guest of her brother-in-law and sis
ter. Mr. and Mra George S. French, at
their country home at Arcturus, Fairfax
Miss Virginia Bouldln, who has been
the guest -of her brother-in-law and sis
ter. Rev. and Mrs. Berryman Greene, of
Seminary Hill, has gone to Gloucester,
where she will spend the winter.
Mrs. Genevieve Peyton Grimes, of
Portsmouth, Va, who has been visiting
relatives In Orange County, and her
brother. Mr. George Q. Peyton, at RaDl-
dan. is now the guest of Mra Lucie
Lucicett. va South Patrick Street.
Mrs. Thomas Leadbeater has closed net
summer home, "Strathlane." In Fairfax
County, and returned to her home In
North Washington Street. Mrs. Robert
c. roweii, Mra Louis S. Scott, and Mas
ter Jack Scott and Mra Leadbeater's
son, Mr. Boyd Leadbeater, who have
been her guests, have returned "o their
M Treourm A JuNr -hop .
60S TO ' 014 ELEVENTH STREET!
Exclusive Fall and Winter Fashions
Custom Tailored Suits
For Women -nd Mtogcu.
Distinctive styles; adaptations of Parisian models. Corduroy,
Velvet, Serge, Broadcloth Woolen Velour, Velour de
'' ' Laine and Bedford Cord.
$30.00 $35.00 $45.00
Also stout sizes Trom 39 to 51 bust measure, in Broadcloth and Serge,
Fancy and Plain Tailored Suits
For Women and Misses.
Broadcloth, Diagonal Cheviot, Bedford Cord
and Mixtures, in modish colorings. Smart and
exclusive models; custom tailored. Value, $30.00.
Costumes amid Gowns
For Afternoon or Evening Wear.
Of Velvet, Charmeuse, Crepe Meteor and Chiffon, lace
and velvet trimmings.
For Women and Misses.
Very effective models of Charmeuse, Eponge,
Serge, Corduroy and Velvet, in prevailing colors.
$15.00 $25.00 $35.
Furs and Fur Garments.
Attention is directed to our complete Fur Department.
Comprehensive showing of exquisite and dependable Fur Gar
ments and Sets at Unusually Moderate Prices.
Genuine Hudson Seal Coats (D5red m"
Baltic Seal Coats, length, 52 inches.
Black Pony Coats, length, 52 inch-
Pointed Fox Sets.
Red Fox Sets.
Regular value, $200.00. $150.00
Regular value, $85.00. $69.00
Regular value, $50.00.
Regular value, $69.00.
Regular value, $50.00.
Coat Depart mm emit UrimisuaB Vaflmes.
Velour de Laine, Chinchilla and White Polo Coats. $16.75 $25.00 $30.00
Sport Coats of plain materials and mixtures $15.00 $20.00 $25.00
Black Charmeuse Coats, satin lined throughout $35.00 $39.75 $47.50
Coats of Brocade Silk and Velvet $55.00 $65.00 $75.00
LEASING WOMAN OF DIVORCE
DRAMA IS EXPERT HOUSEWIFE
Winona Shannon, oiio of the most fem
inine and attractive of young women, has
a personality that dellclously controverts
the fact that she Is a keen business wtm
an who successfully manages a fruit
farm In Bay Port. Long Island, and Is
absorbingly as well as actively Interested
In solving the problem of domestic sci
ence with special regard to the elimina
tion of the servant and the practical
methods of making home a place of en
joyment to the housekeeper of moderate
means instead of a scene of domestic
At her home In Bay Tort. Miss Shannon
conducts her experiments and here she
has demonstrated that she can give not
only a luncheon, but a dinner of eight
courses without the aid of a maid or
a butler. As one might readily realize
this at first appeared to be a staggering
proposition, yet It was solved by a dumb
butler something analogous to a dumb
waiter, but on wheels and by a revolving
table. When one has anundance ot plates
and silver the plan Is very easy. Just
have the side table near the Jeft of the
hostess and place the soiled wares In the
place of the fresh, revolving the table
until all are served. When they must be
cleaned have a physician's sterilizing pan i
on this table with a vessel Into which to
pour the water as well as a pitcher to
It Is all simply a matter of deftness anil
grace which Is soon acquired by practice
Miss Shannon has herself entertained
eighteen people with a dinner of eight
courses without rising from the table and
without the assistance of either maid or
butler. And to talk to this pretty leading
lady who has made such a success as the
"butterfly's wife." In "The Butterfly on
the Wheel." Is to realize how much she
has experimented with gas stoves, tire
less cookers, systemlzed housekeeping, and
all the domestic paraphernalia that offers
the possibility of economizing time, cur
tailing labor and promoting happiness In
Then wen 4.K6 forrisnen crnnlkd u Tegular
itorleuts in th. unlTftsitif and rollen of the
United SUtea in th laat adiool year, while tuni
ng Btodenta brrmebt the number up to 5.7.
Ireland ham ZJX& miles ot railway, cf which 899
are oontroDed by no fewer than twri. dUerent
Our Candles are much better
than the factory kind. It Is pure,
sweet, and wholesome made by
expert candy makers, tn a clean
229-231 PA. AYE. S. E.
THRUSTS FR01L."THE NEW SIN."
(A BSUrkal play by Btatl Msedonild Hsadsss.)
Tou can tell me his sin was natural
But so Is all sin. It's the unnatural pec
pie 'and our. unnatural laws that make
As, you grow older you'll And out that
you can wrong your fellow creatures' and
be positively applauded If. you open your
purse wide enough afterward. But you've
got to have the money In your Docket be
fore you sin. Paupers' musn't break the
laws eitner or uod or man.
Envy Is. the easiest Pain In the world
to assuage It you have Imagination.
Life bristles with colncldencea It's set
ting worse than the drama. -
Decency, my dear W11L .Is the net shib
boleth of the lgnorant-and the spectator.
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Established in 1865, oar store has reached its present
great success by gaining the confidence of the people for
three important facts:
'FIRST Quality of our merchandise has always been pure and
the b'est. No goods are allowed to stand too long on our
shelves. We guarantee everything we sell.
SECOND Prices are the lowest in the city for the value of goods
sold. Our price list will be mailed to you if you ask
THIRD Store is the cleanest and brightest of the kind in the city.
Our clerks are .genial, courteous, and ever ready to
PHONE YOUR WANTS FOR LARGE OR SMALL PURCHASES.
We Make Five Deliveries to All Parts of the City.
G. G. Cornwell & Son, Inc.
GROCERS AND IMPORTERS
1415 H Street N. W,
' We Clw. VoO in The HnldB,ssi Cooteat.
Diarrhea, lysMttry, Chtlera In
fantum INSTANTLY IELIEVEI by
McChesiey & Joachin,
8th and FN.L
2d and C N. E.
We rln Herald CMOA rantest -rare.
IF irS ELECTIICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone M. S3S4.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
60S H St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Koveltlea.
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No Storage Charges for
IteaeaaaMe rate em starasrs. ksmltsaSs
ad paekla-. atsttssatea fwlsasaV .
UNION STORAGE CO.
Vku. St. 4S74V Mil Fa. Aa
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Largest stock ever carried. Also
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J- A. MOUDY.
:430 Georgia Ave. N. W.
We artv Herald ITT..H eaatest
live Irk- Crua fttttal
The thick Oil Cream Polish that does set
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
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