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IX AX 1. WJh
We price our merchandh
cant afford to stay away, jus
Women are just pouritt)
here for their Fall and Winter
are almost rediculous. If you'
These suits are all wool
J wanted fur trimmings, plain ta
$20 00 and up.
200 all wool serge skirU
SKirts marked down to only $2
' Vj\^ There is no fi
f ((J\ have called t
I I comes to cors
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> SOCIETY. ^ tions by
I** ? ? | Misses <
mer ,was the hostess at a pleasant, ers, EHi:
rook party which she gave in honor
I of Miss Agnes Summer. \noth
The house was beautifully decorated
for the occasion, the color scheme of | .
! in honoi
pink and white being carried out in uercilie|
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clll LUt? ruuuiJ) dim axov/ iu ? vwm , .,
-t ments?pink and white ice cream and ' *
white cake with pink icing. Beautiful1 b
little souvenirs, consisting of wish-! brightnt
k bones and miniature bags of rice were chrysam
w given each guest. Durin
For rook, tables were arranged in Summer
thp Hvine room, hall and porch, and j Carrie T
score cards of hand painted brides ly." Vi
shippers were used. consiste
f Among th? guests present were Russian
Miss Agnes Summer, Mrs. J. B. Fox, containi
| Mrs. J. T. Mayes, Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Suest ^
LVlrs. )Iom Johnstoi e, Mrs. O. H. Can- rea-d ale
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Houseal, Mrs. Lambert Jones, Mrs. J. white ri
N. Martin Mrs. Jas. Hunter, Mrs. made a]
Howie, Mrs. Hack Summer, Mrs. 0. H. by the y
- Joimfeon. Mrs. Leland Summer, Mrs. be" as a
E. H. Kibler, LYrs. Claude Schumpert, Those
0 Mrs. H. W. Schumpert, Mrs. Clarence T?es(}am
iWJse, Mrs. Robt. Holmes, Mrs. Herman erett
Wright and Misses Fannie Mae Carwile.
Cora Dominick. Annie Bynum.
k Florence Bowman, Reilley, Pauline Gil- peikvm,
_ dsr^Janie Mack Howie, Lila Summer Hugh S
and Vema Summer. bert jor
V - * Schenck
The Woman's club had a pleasant wile, Ge
meeting with Mrs. H. T. Cannon for ton, Pai
hostess Thursday afternoon. Shake-' oile Wal
speare's "As You Ldke It" was dis- nice Mr
The ahfp leader for the after- "Dominic
noon was Mrs. I. H. Hunt, and she1 Pauline
was well assisted by Mesdames 0. B. J 4SSjSt
Cannon and J. X McCaughrin. j pannje
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K j wile, Fo
w The Ladies' Aid society of the Lutheran
church had a social gathering!
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of its members with !Mrs. Thad Me- rp.je
Crackin. The afternoon was Dleas- "
1 nase of
antly spent ana uuusuuui iriicsiiments
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Mi?s Mary I,. Burton gave an elegan;
! drive -Mr
dinner for the teachers of Boundary j . fj.
(Street school at 6 o'clock Tuesday. j B1 s' \
The house was decorated in charm-;.,
1 tne sam
ing taste, reuecting autumn colors i
everywhere. The dining table was
lovely with a large epergne of scarlet The j(
sage on an exquisite centerpie^-e and charge i
the guest places marked with souv- nir the city
cups ?aud saucers containing wishes ^ay
for each guest and also their lortuuet
\e on the most economic basis, We j
t read the prices and description, then
I in for winter clothes. Women surely
garment needs Here the values are ?
II compare you'll say so too.
One Hundred Mori
Serges, Poplins, and Chiffon broad clc
ilored, also every wanted style include
Here's a Price That '
splendidly tailored, mostly navy blue
.49 and $3 50 each
rican Lady Corset offer y?ul
for the pr
r every figure, No fit, no sale.
gure that we cannot tit cormerican
Lady Corset and vou coming di
he "Trump Card" when it
>ets. New models, high and
:ed $i.oc, $1.50, $2.00 and
. Just $0
liiiiner? Galore 38 waist 1
displayed here hats that you dandy $6.
elsewhere. We . can and do on^ ^
only complete stoci
i town is at
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le. After dining, the guests J ?
tertained with rook and selec
the victrola. The guests were
Glertrude Rheeder, Payne, An- ^ J M J
im, Lucile Wallace, Sadie 6owza
Mabry and Bees Burton. 4 rr?
er wholly charming and de- =
-Miffli-tainmont civPTI this Week i I
CiJ- tv. A \LUAiiUiVu w c,- ?
* of Miss Summer was a hand- j
shower given by Mrs. J. T.?
all and rooms were bowers of j
;ss wi.'h jars and vases of!
themums and roses.
g the afternoon Mrs. Leland
sweetly sang "For You," by,
Barnes, and "I Love You Trurith
the refreshments, which
d of delicious sandwiches and'
tea,, was placed on envelope
ng a wish whitten by each
>r the bride, and it was then
ket made entirely of rice and
bbon contained beautiful hand
id embroidered handkerchiefs
quests was given the "bride to || Wm.
l souvenir of the occasion.
enjoying the afternoon were
es W. G. Houseal, Burns, Ev- ft
ans, Watkins, O. H. Johnson, ' "
Dimes, Homer Schumpert, Berrtin,
Edw. Fullenwider, Chas.
Frank iMower, Will 'Brown,
ummert Clarence Wise, Lamles,
Haitiwanger, Hanna, Wm.
Fannie Mae Car- f
trtrude Carwile, Mary L. Bursy
Cannon, Sara Houseal, Lulace,
Fannie McCaughrin, Berrtin,
Elizabeth Dominick, Cora
k, May Dodd, Linda Welch, JL 1
Gilder f.nd Bess Burton.
ing "Mrs. Mayes were iMisses
Ramage and Mesaames Carx
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Catherine Wright went to CliD;<Jav
to be present at the mar- TP ^
her cousin, Miss Zee Wright. A J lA
sjc rjc sjc
3ess Burton went to Columbia From
lay to enjoy the fair. She will
. Twchard Burton'? horse in the same n<
xhibit Thursday. Mrs. Cannon
tflll also exniDll uer uvise 111
Beth Eden Charge.
:>int council of Beth Eden
arill have a special meeting at PRICES' M
council room at 10:30 Satur- *
?snft*r<6. *C. W. VOk, ;a vn
Chairman Pro Tem.
LY NEW ARRIVALS
L \ti\ r^r
oursue a cash buying and cash selling
see the goods. Comment is unneces
do want to buy where the crowds bu;
5o much greater than those of the othe
2 New Coat Suits
>thesi They show all the latest style e
id, offered at wonderful savings, the s
Will Sell the Skirts
and black, seems like a shame to sacri
nore style, finer finish and quality
ice than any other house in this ^
You will save time and money by and styles
rectly here for your hat. made "iti
irts for Stont Women 5pe
It is ou
skirts in the Jot 32, 34, .36 and
neasure, black and navy blue a Coat Suit;
50 skirt choice of the entire lot etc. in spt
ie skirt $4.98. out sizes i
k of Coat Suits, C
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uesday Nov. 2nd.
World Film Corporation
A. BRADY PICTURE PLAYS Inc.
Vices 5 and 10 cents.
iursday Nov. 4th.
V. L. 5. E. Inc.
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5 Sporting Duchess
i the famous play by th
IN FIVE REELS
iatinee Adults 10c, Children under 12 I
ght Adtiks ISe, CUklrea uader 12 M
litf I Ti "nil iTIliUfr fii in
policy. Quick sales here mean money
y. Thousands are coming, Jr
t stores that comparisons f
ffects and have the much \ MM
uit $12.50, $15.00 $18.50, \?S
fice them, $3.50 and $5.00 i
rboQsands of Waists J|
new Fall and Winter material Jp
are shown in the large assortment
a high and low ne^cks and long j|9iaj
;i.oo waists at choice 49c. J|23|
rials for Stoat Women ijgl
r aim to take care of the wants of
men and we are now showing
3,. Qoats, Skills, Waists, Corsets
icial out sizes. If you require
* wr. r -
oats, w uiszs ana
^ Going Out 01
After standing the st
half a century, two panics,
cotton, we are as solid as tl
being closed out, not that w
simply retiring after 50 ye
an elegant stock of new, sn
we intend to close out by th
As a starter we offei
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Clothing, flats ana v^aps, j
Squares, Trunks and Valis
and Embroidery, Ladies' a
Sweaters, all millinery at
dollar or one fourth off. Oe
This is a great cut on
? *?! wa want- ftiir frimrlt a
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advantage of it. Remembei
tise they always carry out 1
No catch penny wild cat sc
Most of these goods were b
j fall and would not be sacri
we are going out of busini
1916. We are giving up
I leaving a fine opening for s
and our store for rent aftpr
New prices and ne^
The entire stock must go bj
h li MOSELE1
npppl MWUitiMai? ?
y saved for you. You
; '4 ) ? Millinery
orms for 50 years, just
two wars, 4 1-2 cent
le rocks ofGibralter, not
re must have the money,
ars of service. We have
appy, nice goods which
ie lit of January, 1916.
r all men's and boys'
Dry Goods, Rugs, Art
es, Lap Robes, Laces
nd Misses' Coats and
25 per cent off on the
l all shoes 10 per cent
i new, nice merchandise
nd customers to take
ad to the letter.
heme but solid facts.
ought in New York this
ficed but for the fact
sss after January 1st.,
a prosperous business
ome active young men
Jan. 1st, 1916.
w goods added daily.
r 1st., Jan. 1916,
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