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Saturday, July 30, 1910.
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Overstocked on Misses' and
Children's Slippers. Pricdifut
on every pair in the store.
$3.00 grades for ;. .$2.25
$2.50 graded for $1.85
$2.00 grades for $1.50
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4- IN A BRIDE'S HOXOR. &
The following item, taken from the
Daily Herald, of Mexico City, will be
of interest of Mrs. Thomas Hasam's
large number of friends in this city, i
Mrs. Hasam was Mill Lillian Austin of j
this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Austin: j
"Never did a bride meet with a snore i
cordial reception from the friends of
her husband than did Mrs. Thomas Eus
sell Hasam yesterday afternoon at the
ultra-smart come-and-go reception
given in her honor by Mrs. Carl Holt
Smith, at lier home in Caille de Lucerna,
"The majority of the women had
known Mr. Hasam for years, as well
as his mother, the late Mrs. T. R.
Hasam, and his handsome sister, Mrs.
Lula Hasam Montsmorency and they
gladly received his wife into their
charmed circle, at first for his sake, but
after having met and conversed with
Ler for a short while, they accepted her
for her own, so gracious and engaging
was she in manner.
"The house was put into proper fes
tive array for the pleasant occasion,
which was the dressiest of the week.
The covered patio was done in potted
palms and ornamental foliage plants,
with here and there a jardiniere bear
ing ajplant in full and beautiful bloom.
The Iiouis XV drawing room, with its
delicate -pastel tinting, carried a vase
or two of white. tea roses, en tribute to
the newly wedded state of guest of
honor, while the tea table was laid in
lace and embroidery and centered by a
bowl holding magnificent Marechal Kiel
roses and buds, with white blooms on
buffet, console and china cabinets.
"Mrs. Smith stood in the drawing
room to receive her callers and to
present them to Mrs. Hasam- "With
them stood Miss Marian Smith, of
Catersville, Ga., a sister. Mrs. Charles
Richard Hudson and Mrs. Meyer Elsas-
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20S Tcias St.
What Can't b Cured
Can Often be
This Is Especially
ue of &
I rue or Hye
Blindness, as a ruk. can't be cur
ed, but, also as a Vnle, it can be
prevented." Your eyes pin' fair,.
The; warn j-ou when everything
is not right with them. Zilost jJeV
"ple know when they are overtax
ing their eyes; it's because they
don't want to ''bother' having
their eyes examined ithiat they
come so perilously close to loss of
sight. Don't you take an
chances. Gome in, have our skill
ed optician, Dr. Horton, make an
i examination, He wiil soon find
what is wrong and fit you with
the proper glasses.
Soft Soles, 50c aricl
75c values, 40c
ser assisted in the parlor, ushering- the
guests into the music room, -where the
punch bowl was placed and where Mrs.
Monroe S. McCay poured an ice cold
"It was in this room that Mrs. Walter
Clement Whiifen gave a very high
class musical program.
Mrs. Hasam looked exceedinsrlv
pretty and chic in a Frenchy frock of
bois de rose ondoyeuse with over tunic
of black Chantillv lace, princess mode,
"The callers wore elegant toilettes in
every hue of the rainbow, with cha-
peaux to match. Throughout the hours
of the come-and-go there was gay
laughter and badinage, a cordial word
of greeting to the (lovely guest of honor,
with expressions of sincere good will,
and a merry chat over the tea cups 1n
the dining room."
RETURXIXG EI. PASO.V.VS.
Mrs. H. A. Patch, with her baby, has
returned from a two months' visit to
Cloudcroft, and is at home, 1317 East
Rio Grande street.
William M. Cady returned Tuesday
from a short trip to Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Hal ClKJstie will re
turn the first of the week from a
month's sojourn at t Cloudcroft.
Dr.- and Mrs. Frank Lynch recently
arrived in the city from Philadelphia
and will make their future home here.
Mrs. Lynch was formerly Miss Lena
Falvey, daughter of judge and Mrs.
A. B. Falvey, of this city, and is well
J. F. Williams is expected to arrive
home tomorrow from San Francisco.
Mrs. Earn, accompanied by her
grandchildren, Alma and Irene Mor
rison, has returned .home from a pleas
ant sojourn in California.
Brixton Davis has returned
brieftay at Cloudcroft
Maury Kemp, accompanied by his
sister, Mrs. Emily Kemp, is expected
to arrive home this afternoon from
California, where they visited Los An-
eles, San Francisco, and the beaches.
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The Woman's Aid society of the First
M. E. church held an interesting meet
ing Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. J. Barr. A short musical pro
gram was. rendered in which Mrs. Wat
son and Miss Mamie Hale took part.
Mrs. J. R. Fiske, the president, ex
pressed her appreciation of the effect
live work done for the organization bv
Mrs. O. G. Seeton, who wHl soon leave
to- make her home in California.
Delightful refreshment's were served
and a social time enjoyed.
Miss Hattie May Loretz Mffrtainofl
the members of the Beta Be4!a club "Wed
nesday afternoon at her home on Ne
An enjoyable afternoon was spent
and dainty refreshments served. Those
in attendance iwere: Misses Lucille
Daniel, Theo Patterson. Eva Hunter, Sue
Lattner, Florence Reade, Evaline Belk,
Miss Isabel Valentine was the charm
ing hostess who on Wednesday after
noon for the Summer Social club. Cro
quet, music and social conversation were
among the enjoyments of the after
noon, and dainty refreshments were
Those present were : Misses Mary
Campbell, Bessie Barney Althea Demp
sey, Eunice Preston, Mildred Merrill,
Bernita Thomas, Mildred Marston,
Augusta Markgroff, Sarah Bridgers.
THE FOOLISH WOMAN
VS. THE SENSIBLE AVOSLU
The foolish wo mangoes around with
a face full of misery, and confides to
her intimate friends that her corns
"nearly kill" her in hot weather. The
sensible woman hasn't any corns, she
has used White's Guaranteed Corn Cure
and removed them. Why don't you fol
low her example? Get rid of the pain
and the corn at the sarnie time. White's
Guaranteed Corn Cure is only 15 cents
a bottle. Made, and sold, by Scott
White & Co., Prescription Druggists, 204
Saturday or Monday.
at these prices. We mean
grades for $1.25
grades for $1.00
grades for 90c
Members of the Terpsichorean club
and their friends gave a very enjoyable
dance last night at the Elks home.
Punch was served throughout the even
ing. Added to the pleasures of the even
ing was the singing of members of the
Country Club orchestra. Among those
present were: Frances Clark. Ruth
McCurdy, Martha Thurmond, Ethel
Brown, Wilma Elliott, Katie Stoker,
Lolete and Imogene Robertson, Ethel j
ana .Kacaei iioward, PauNne Sprinz,
Genevieve Anderson, Frances Mayfield,
Doris Eggers, Lee Perry, Flora Camp
bell, Rena Bunch, Louise Sanborn, Edith
Parrino, Lillian Lindsay, The Misses
Stevens, Miss Cobb, Miss McClellan,
.uiss xAiretz, .Mrs. Filmore; Messrs.
vance btewart, Maurice Mosson, A. E.
Schuster, Jack Peterson, Merton Lind
say, Billie Wilson, Kirk Sinclair, R.
W. McCandluss, Ralph Henderson, E. R.
Sullivan, Percy McGhee. Juan Smith
C. Heid, Page Kemp, Ben Cowen, James
11J;T-J'Uy from Ocean Park.
Dr. Clutter. Dr. Relherd, Tom Stiles.
Grover Suggs, Viron Booth. Mr. Willing.
Mr. Filmore, Donald Gallacher, Davis
Mayfield, Paul Roach, Joe Stafford,
Piatt, Jack Ronan, Colbet Coldwell,
Harold Kilburn, M. B. Davis, jr., T
Blair and Douglas Gifford. '
-" A number of the young men who are
members of the Terpsichorean club,
gave a most enjoyable dance last even
ing at the Elks club. A large number
of guests were in attendance and a
thoroughly good time enjoyed. Punch
was dispensed and delicious refresh
The Country club dance will take
place as usual this eveningit the club
The O. U. K. fraternity will give a
banquet on Tuesday evening at the St.
4- ' DINNERS. 4.
J. G. McNary entertained at a charm
ingly informal dinner last evening at
the Country club, complimentary to his
sistennlaw, Miss Sara May Raynolds,
who recently returned from Europe.
Mrs. J. W. Norvell entertained at a
charmingly appointed luncheon on
Thursday in celebration of the 73rd
birthday anniversary of her mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Davis. Covers were
laid for 1G guests.
The table was spread with a handsome-cluny
cover over pink satin and
held a centerpiece of pink Tjladlolas and
asparagus ferns. "
The chandelier above ias a mass of
pink chrysanthemums, intermingled
The place cards were also in pink
and were ornamented with pink tulle
The beautiful birthday cake with its
73 pink candles, uas perhaps the most
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cline are rejoic
ing in the arrival of a small son,
'William Aldrich, who was born July 21.
Judge and Mrs. A. B. Falvey have
moved into their new home on Los
Summertime is a good 'time for a
series of scalp (treatments. You have
more time in the summer, and a scalp
massage on one -of these hot, sticky aft
ernoons is really very refreshing. Elite
Parlors, over Calisher's.
W. P. Stiles, superintendent of the
Southwestern dining car service, Tvill
return Friday evening from a visit to
his old iome in Michigan, where he
spent a vacation of 30 days. He will be
accompanied by Mrs. Stiles, who spent
two months with relatives in that state.
Mutt and Jeff are ivltli us. See
them today on sport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
Peach ice cream delivered after sup
per, pnone the .Elite.
Too lary to sow and too lazy to reap,
Too lazy for all tliiuK. hnf plenty of sleep;
Too lazy for mnkln' th e grass come to hay,
Each clay that he lives I his laziest rtay.
And if he had vrinprs to the region on high
He'd junt be too lazy loo lazy to fly.
"With a harp in hi-s hand and regret for to say it
'He'd still he too 1oj5 too lazy to play it.
"Long Beach, Cald., July 30. The rise
hand fall of the human tide at ong
Beach is almost as regular and well or
dered as the tides of the sea. The in
flux of people is at its highest Saturday
and Sunday, when Los Angeles dis
charges its overheated population.
Monday sees low tide in "The Pike"
only native Long Beachers and the
summer population remain.
Among the El Paso people who "go
down to the sea," not in ships, but in
bathing dresses, Miss Carrie Race and
Mrs. Claiborne Adams are the best
swimmers. Many prefer the plunge,
and among these are Miss Stapleton and
Miss Eva Stapleton.
Mrs. A. E. Brown and family and
Miss Gilbert are among the more per
Mrs. O. A Danielson and baby and
Miss Emma Hoffman are spending the
Mrs. Oscar Snow of Las Cruces shares
a cottage with Mrs. C. O. Coffiirnd
her daughter, Mrs. E. "W. Earle.
Mrs. Y. J. Hall is at the Virginia.
Mrs. A. L. Holt and Miss Blakesley
are at the Marine.
Mrs. Chas. T. Race went to Los Ange
les to spend a few days with Mrs.
Hodges at Hollywood.
Mrs. Geo. Harvie. formerly of El Paso,
is at the Kennebec.
Among other El Paso people here are
Mrs. A. L. Hawley and Mrs. J. M. Frank.
Mrs. A. L. Hawley's niece, Miss
Brown, is visiting her here.
Mrs". A. W. Reeves and her daughter,
Margaret, are at Alamitos Bay.
Mrs. W. W. Follett and her son, Les
lie, are becoming quite adept with the
rod and line.
Mrs. Kenneth Maclver and daughter,
Ivander, of Mtfsilla Park, are at the
Among the El Pasoans who often en
joy themselves m the dancing hall on
'The Pike" are :Ss Louise Drehner,
Miss Vera Chenoweth, Miss Lizzie Burch
and Rector Dolan.
Mrs. T. German and daughters, Misses
Helen and Lavinia, Have gone to Los
Clarence Rand comes over occasional-
The lower part of the pier is complet
ed so that passengers for the steamers
can go and come. The upper "deck"
will be finished in the course of a few
Frank Coles is visiting his family
Mrs. Harold and grandchildren, Har
old and Marian Putnam, are enjoying
the sea breezes.
The Misses Flynn are at "The Break
ers." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright and fam
ily are here.
El-Paso is "doing itself proud" at the
bowling alley, Miss Carrie Race making
one of the best scores
Messrs. Chas. Brown, Geo. Helde and
Sermons have returned to El Paso.
Mrs. Andrews and family have a cot
tage here, Chas. Andrews being an ar
dent disciole of the rod and line.
Stephen and Frank Schuster are seen
frequently on "The Pike."
Mi&s Maud Austin is visiting Mrs. C.
Q. Stanton in Los Arfgeles.
J. I. Hewitt and family are in Los
Angeles. Mr. Hewitt will return to El
Paso shortly, leaving his family here.
Mrs. W. J. Cox and daughters fre?
quently run down to Long Beach from
Los Angeles, where they are spending
Mrs. T. German and daugters, Lavina
and Jielen, have taken a cottage in
Long Beach for the rest of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Driscoll, formerly
of Fhe 3melter at El Paso, were here.
Mrs. John McCrummen is here.
Mrs. T. J. Jones is at Hermosa Beach.
Jack Raynolds visited Avalon and
Maury Kemp and Miss Emily Kemp
have been visiting friends for a few
Mrs. Empress Arrington has been
quite ill for a week, but is now recov
A party consisting of Mesdames A. W.
Reeves, A. Wells, Chas. ,Kilburn and A.
E. Brown spent a day at Newport.
Mrs. L. L. Mundy has left Long Beach
for Los Angeles.
Mrs. E. Pew is at the Burlington, Los
A. G. Foster has returned to El Paso.
J. W. Eckman and family of El Paso
is at the Beach.
Margaret Porcher, while visiting a
friend, fell from a third story window.
Fortunately she does not beem to be
Mrs. Kenneth Maclver and Miss Ivan
der Maclver spent a day at San Pedro.
M. M. Hay, formerly of the El Paso
smelter, is visiting Mr. Hay's sister.
Mrs. J. M. Frank. -"
Everet Long is spending his vacation
at Long Beach.
J. Lehman has returned to El Paso.
Mrs. Brown and niece, little Miss
Bowden, are visitors here.
For the second time this season El
Pasoans and sharks have had encoun
ters. It is only a few daj-s since Dr.
W. N. Vilas, formerly of El Paso, had
a hard struggle with a shark at Cata
lina Island. Mrs. J. L. Harris has had
an exciting encounter with a six-foot
monster at Alamitos Bay. The shark
in this case carried away a handsome
T. B. Coffin is among the El Pasoans
who are here resting.
Dale Utt has scoured the country on
his motorcycle, and Mrs. Utt is accom
panying him on many of his tours.
Mrs. Winchester Cooley, with her
children, and Agnes and Helen Stewart,
is occupying a louse on Chestnut street.
Mrs. Fred Feldman has gone to Los
Angeles to visit Mrs. M. Turner.
Miss Bell MacFarlane, Miss Belle j
Beache In California
Gibson and Miss James have rooms on
the ocean front. i
Mrs. F. C. Earle, Mrs. James Marr, j
sr., and Mrs. Douglas are located on
West Fifth street. j
Mrs. Margaret Buckler, her daughter, j
Mrs. Stevenson, baby and nurse, are at
Mrs. Frank Powers and Mrs. Blum
are also at JJie Virginia
Dr. Bond and Mrs. Robt. Lander are
settled on Tenth street.
Mr. and" Mrs. R. Y. Anderson have
moved from "The Breakers" to "The
Miss Lilian Cole, Rev. and Mrs. Pres
ton, Miss Flora Pres-ton, Mrs. Bradford
Hardie and Mrs. L. L. Mundy are at
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Foster and son,
Angier, have a cottage on Second and
Mrs. Otis Coles, baby and nurse and
Miss Catherine Coles have a cottage on
Cedar avenue. Mrs. Otis Coles is rap
idly regaining her health.
Miss Mamie Clarke has gone to join
her brother, after spending two pleas
ant weeks here at the Julian.
Mrs. J. J. Crawford, Miss Lilian Craw
ford. Miss Lucile Pierce and Miss Lou
ise Swearlngen are at the Julian.
Rev. C. L. Overstreet and Mrs. Over
street came over from Hermosa beach
to spend a day here.
Mrs. Chas T. Race, Miss Carrie Race,
Mrs. J. M. Frank, Miss Ailsa Frank,
Miss Mona Frank, Miss Sheila Alexan
der and Miss Helen Clagett have a
pleasant cottage on Second and Atlan
Geo. Helde of the Y. M. C- A. and
Chas Brown are at the Riviera. ,
Mrs. H. M. Lockett, stenographer in
the accounting department of the E.
P. & S. W., left the first of the week
for a vacation trip to Los Angeles and
Long Beach. She was accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. M. E. McChesney.
Mrs. A. W. Pew has gone up to Cloud
croft for a j short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ware left the
first of the week to spend a month at
the California coast resorts.
Mrs. Forest E. Baker left Thursday
for Los Angeles and the beach resorts
for several weeks visit.N
Dr. J. F. Galloway will leave the
first of the week- to join his wife, who
is summering In California.
Mrs. J. A. Murdock left Thursday
for a visit of several weeks in Cali
and Mrs. Herbert D. Frey will
next Tv'eek for Chicago, where
they will spend a year and perhaps
will remain there permanently.
Dr. and. Mrs. H. F. "Wright left
Thursday for Los Angeles to spend the
month .of August.
Mrs. Lee Orndorfl has returned from
a visit of several weeks at Cloudcroft.
Miss Anna Shelton left yesterday to
join her sisters, Mesdames Howe. Bur
ges and Semple. who are summering at
Ocean Park Cal.
F. C. Earle left Thursday to ' join
his family, who are spending the sum
mer at Long Beach, f Cal.
Miss Elizabeth Fry left Thursday to
join her mother, who is summering at
Long Beach, Cal.
Miss Veima Chenoweth will go up
to Cloudcroft the first of the week for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morrison and son
will leave Wednesday for Canada and
other eastern points. They wll be
absent a month.
Mrs. G. H. Aitken and daughter,
Miss Violet, and Miss Nellie Gaillard.
went up to Cloudcroft today, where
they have taken Tip Top cottage for
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brickel leave
tomorrow for Denver. Salt Lake City
and other western points. They will
be accompanied by Mrs. Brickel's sis
ter. Miss Melvyn Burnap.
Miss Frances Hughes went up
Cloudcroft today for a week's visit:
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Croom and son
Lawton left Wednesdaj- for a sojourn
of several weeks in San Francisco, af
ter which they go to Portland and
Seattle and will return about Septem
Mrs. J. G. McCawber and children
left Thursday for Chanutc. Kansas
where they will spend the remainder
of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nations's daugh
ter, Mrs. A. B. Urmston. after a most
delightful visit with her sister, Mrs.
N. Studebaker Rilev, of Kansas City.
Mo., will leave with her maid about
the last of Jul for Now York. And
will sail on the 6th of August on the!
fenables you to get the very best optical ser
vice at standard prices. Our skill is our prin
cipal stock in trade. We correctly determine the
needs of each e-e and then make glasses to suit.
Let us make yours.
El Paso Optical Company
steamer "Baltic." She will be accom
panied by several of her New York
school friends, wno will visit her for
the summer in her picturesque home,
"Gartincaber," In Scotland. Mrs. TJrcn
ston's Kansas City friends rejoice
with her and her family in seeing
her return to her h.rae so improved in
Mrs. Oliver Carr and daughters have
left for a trip to Los Angeles and
other Pacific coast points. They will
be gone about two months.
Miss Nettie Louise Rowland left
Saturday evening for Kenton, Okla,.
where she will spend two wees with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Achil
les W. Easley.
Mrs. Catherine F. McWatters, sten
ographer in the freight accounting de
partment auditor's office of the E: P.
& S. W. system, left Saturday for a
month's vacation. She will visit her
home in Chicago, also Toronto, Quebec
and other Canadian points.
Mrs. R. L. Daniel and daughter, Lu
cille, left this morning for a few days
visit in Cloudcroft-
4' ii- ,i,4,3,
4 OUT OF TOWN VISITORS.
Mrss. J. H. Allen, of Chihuahua, is
in the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
Miss Getrude Adams, of Fort Worth,
Texas, is the guest of Mrs. Harry
Swain, 910 Octavia street.
Mrs. Abby De Avirett, of Los An
geles, will arrive in the city Monday
and will stop over for a short visit
with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Avirett.
She is orpher way to New York, where
she will take the first outgoing steani
er for Berlin. There she will join her
husbaSd, Abby De Avirett, formerly of
El Paso, who has been made a mem
bet of Buconi's master class of pi
anists. The class meets in Basle,
J Switzerland, during the month of Sep-
I tember, when Busoni. who is consid-
ered one of tne foremost pianists of
' Kurope, will give four concerts. Mr.
j De Avirett is most fortunate in being
included in this class of artistsv , 1 Mr.
and Mrs. De Avirett will returj to
their home in Los Angeles in October,
and will together visit in this city for
a few days.
Mrs. H. S. Squires, who has been a
month in El Paso, left last evening for
her home in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. John Grayson, ofBis
bee, will arrive in the city tomorrow
I and after a short time spent here will
o oji iu uenver ana oait,ijaKe uiiy.
Mr. ond Mrs. Colbert Wilson., of Abi
lene, Texas, spent a short time in the
city this week visiting their son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wilson.
They were en route to California to
spend the rest of the summer. -.
Mrs. W. T. Owen has as her guest,
her brother, Jerome Dale, of St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. E A. Spriggs and little
son of Metcalf. Ariz., visited Mrs.
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A toilet powder for pets
and for general nousehold
use' Every owner of a dog or cat is
liable to have flsas brought into the
house, causing annoyance to the pet
with the added danger of getting on
the person of your children or self.
SIC-EM kills fleas and other vermin,
immediately. Non irritating and
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For Sale By
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KNOBLAUCH DRUG CO.
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Spriggs's parents, Mr. and Mrs, George
Paul, of 501 Wyoming street. As they
were en route to North Vernon, Ind.,
to spend a month with Mr. Spriggs's
Mrs. Alvin Lake has as her guest
Mrs. J. C. Chi3m, of Memphis, Tenn.
Misses Marguerite and Ruth. Merritt,
of Marshall, Tex., are in the city vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lucas, 1309
Miss Catherine Musselwhite, formerly
of El Paso, but now of Alamogordo,
is visiting Mrs. J. E. House at her Mon
tana street residence.
Wednesday afternoorf Miss Cleo Smith
entertained most charmingly In honor
of her guest. Miss Drina Patterson, of
Illinois. Miss Stella Mahonev rendered
I several .vocal selections. There were
over 35 guests present.
The Last Days at
Our Old Stand
The time is now limited
in Tvhich Tve shall he at
our present location.
- Work oi the new store
is going right ahead, and
it will not Wlong before
we can vacate our pres
We are receiving almost daily
something in the way of mid-season
and early fall millinery. If
you want tie very latest ideas in
hats, it is here you will find them.
You cannot conceive of the low
prices we are making on present
stock. As a matter of fact, we are
almost giving it away. If you
appreciate saving money, come and
place your own price on anything
that vou want.
Sale of Hair Goods
Although fine hair goods
are advancing in price,
we are now closing out
our entire stock at
Come Monday nnd see for your
self what rldlculonsly low prices
are being a.sked for hlsh Kraile