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SUMMER VACATIONISTS RETURNING HOME;
YOUNG PEOPLE LEA VING FOR COLLEGE
EI PASO Trill spend most of next
week In welcoming tie coming and
speeding the parting, that Is, the
part of El Paso that has remained In
the city through the summer. Every
Incoming' train next week will bring
familiar faces back to the city, from the
seashore, the mountains and summer
resorts all over the country. The
Cloudcroft cottagers are al coming back
next week and the Lodge at this popu
lar resort will soon he dosed for the
teason. While the Incoming trains bring
back the summer vacationers, the out
going trains will begin to carry away
young El Paso to colleges and schools,
to be gone for another nine months of
The coming week Is the last one of
freedom for the lower grade and high
school pupils as a week from Tuesday
the bells will clang ami all of El Paso
from 6 to 16 will tuck school books
under their arms and trudge more or
less unwillingly to school. Society will
be a little too busy, generally speaking,
outfitting Its younger members for
school, to Indulge in much frivolity this
coming week, but among some of the
most interesting events will he a wed
ding, and a number of smaller club
affairs, besides the two weekly dances
at the Country club and the weekly hop
at Fort Bliss.
The wedding that is of so much In
terest to society Is that of Hiss Hazel
Pruett the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Pruett, who are" prominent In El
Paso, to Henry I. Fletcher, a young
business man of the city. It will occur
The Q. E. D. club will be entertained
by Miss Anita Maetze on Monday. Mrs.
V & Rogers will entertain the A. 1 A.
club Wednesday, and the social depart
ment of the "Woman's club will give a
card party at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Brown, also on this day. During the
week Miss Haiti Mae Loretz will en
tertain the Beta Beta club and Mrs. H.
F Griffith the Merry Gossipers club.
Lodge members are interested a the
big anniversary celebration of the
Eastern Star to honor the birthday of
the rounder, Rob Morris, on Monday
night with a fitting program that will
be given in the Masonic Temple, and
the end of the week the "Western Be
bekahs are going to a picnic of several
da s at Hueco Tanks.
"When all the youngsters are settled
In school and the growing up young
people are safely off to college, then
society will begin to liven up and a very
gay winter season is expected for the
The wedding of Miss Hazel Gertrude
Pruett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J
Pruett. and Henry L. Fletcher will oc
cur Saturday, September 5, at the home
of the bride's parents, 111S Bio Grande
street Rev. C. Wesley Webdell will
perform the ceremony, which, will be a
quiet affair, attended only by the most
Intimate friends. Miss Anne Weeks
will be Miss Pruetrs bridesmaid, and
Baron Fletcher of Little Roek. Ark
a brother of the groom, will be the
best man. Following the ceremony, a
wedding reception will be held, -and the
couple will leave for a two weeks'
honevmoon trip in Mexico. Upon their
return they will be at home to their
friends in the Montana flats.
B C Evans, wrecking engineer of the
G-, H. & S. A. railway, with headquar
ters in El Paso, and well known among
railroad men generally, has returned
from an extended trip through east
ern and southern Texas. Mr. Evans
while away was united in marriage to
Miss Mattle Reld. a popular young
woman of Vernon, Texas. The wedding
occurred on August 1. After a honey
moon spent at Fort Worth. Dallas, Gal
veston and San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs.
Evans returned to El Paso, and have
gone to housekeeping at IStl Frutas
street The return of Mr. Evans with
a bride was a distinct surprise to his
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MLLE. GABRIELLE REJANE.
Paris, France, Aug. 29 Delayed by
the war in the Norman village of Hen
nequeville, Mile. Gabrielle Rejane, the
famous French actress, is doing her part
by feeding and otherwise helping the
poor of that neighborhood. The actress
has amassed a" large fortune during her
stage career and says she is willing to
spend every cent of it, if need be, on
the work she has undertakes.
Miss Miretta Thome will be hostess
at a bunco party at her home In Ever
green cemetery, next Tuesday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Race will enter
tain in honor of Miss Mary White,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zach T.
White, with a dinner party at their
home on Montana street Saturday
night. Later the guests will motor to
the week, end dance at the Country
About El Pasoans.
Little Gladys Bvles, who has been
confined in Rolston hospital with ty
phoid fever, is much better and Is now
at her home. 41S Myrtle avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McAtee will leave
soon for Las Vegas, where Mr. McAtee
has business interests. Mr. and Mrs.
McAtee have recently exchanged thelr
bungalow In Alta Vista for valley land
near Las Cruses, the exchange being
made with H. M. CantreU.
I Army & Navy Store 1 IL
408 SAN ANTONIO
WHEN YOU BUY U. S. ARMY
GOODS YOU BUY QUALITY
OUR PRICES AHE M
We received another large shipment
of those V. S. OUve Drab All Wool
Blankets, 5 full pounds of pure wool,
at $455 each; two for $950
A lighter weight, same quality, at
$355; two for $750
Our Blue Navy Blanket is a dandy,
very soft and fleecy. Only $2.75
each; two for $550
Plenty of other Blankets from $150
Send as your mail orders. AH goods
guaranteed or money refunded.
Today and Monday
0 ing to a very heavy stock of Cam
paign Hats we will Bell Saturday
only, our regular $1.45 Hat at... 95c
Several other styles of Army Hats.
Another big lot of Olive Drab Shirts,
wool, all sues; were $2.45. For Sat
urday $155 each; two for.:.... $3.75
Our new shade of Olive Drab Khaki
Work Shirt is made and finished like
Fhirts usually sold at $150 each; has
two pockets with flaps, made good
and fulL Our rtgular price 95c For
Saturday, 75c each; two for. . . $1.40
Plenty of other Shirts 40e Up
Send us your mail orders.
Genuine Army Marching and Garrison
Tan Shoes, the best in the world
only $3.95 Pair
Black Leather Puttees, $350 value
Canvas Puttees S5c
Meat Pans 25c
Tin Caps 5c
Hunter Axes 45c
Waist Belts 15c
Hunting Knives 95c
Saddles $650 to $10.50
Overalls, extra well made ... ..75c
Jumpers, very fine 75c
Halters .' 50c and 95c
Don't forget we have received another
shipment of Emergency Tool Kits. All
tools ftade of fine steeL 18 com
plete took in one. Carry it in your
pocket- Always ready for use. Price
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
REMEMBER THE PLACE. 408 SAN ANTONIO.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
Just East of the Electric Building
The El Paso School for Girls
Primary, Intermediate, and High School, Music, Physical Training.
Miss Ora W. L. Slater, A. B. Wellesley, Miss Olga E. Tafek University Cin'ti,
Miss Slater will be at the school 1111-1115 Terrace Street. Sunset Heights.
Tuesday and Friday mornings, and Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
... . . - . vrlea TlRIl
iuiss .tieien Apiirto .
Rickman will he Joint hostesses at a
dance Saturday night to be Ktven at
the home of Miss Aguirre on Nevada
street, and the adjoining home or
Mrs. William McSain. The lawns will
be elaborated strung lu JHS5?
lanterns, and the porchesand MfflBiot
both hoVnes festooned tt garlands
of greenery, studded with white cut
flowers. Dancing will be the prin
cipal amusement of be ejenlng. and
an ice and salad coursejwlll be served
during the evening jrf the home of
Mrs. McSain. The eTent is being eag
erly anticipated by many of tno
3rTnf honieof Miss Ode Akin. Ram
part street, pttcented a most Pictur
esque scene Friday night when ine
younger set of El Paso sathorl for
a fancy costume dance and spent a
most delightful evening. Mny Jf
young people came masked, but so well
does this younger set know each other
that the masks were discarded early
In the evening. The girls ooMmMt
attractive in their fancy costumes.
There were a bevy of dainty, milk
maids and French peasants n W
short blue skirts with dainty white
lace caps, aprons and blouses, and
small black velvet corslets. Miss
Valerie Lorig. Miss Margaret Mc
Ghee and Miss Dorothy Lackland were
the milkmaids, and Miss ellie May
Bowen and Miss Beatrice Stiles were
French peasants. Miss Jn,e. T,
Davis made a most effective Indian
princess, with wampum head band and
moccasins and the full Indian cos
tume. Miss Mary White was very
stunning as a French maid. Her cos
tume was of black and white set off
by a tall peaked black cap. the body
of the dress being white and the tunic
ending in its characteristic long points
was of black. Miss Ode Akin was a
Spanish dancer, in a typical costume
of orange and red with a red rose in
her hair. Miss Anne Magoffin repre
sented a Spanish woman in a gown
of white with a handsome red ana
jellow Spanish shawl draped Carmen
style about her gown and a black lace
mantilla caught with a red rose In
her hair. Miss Genevieve Collins as
Bo-Peep was a dainty figure, wearing
a straw shepherdess hat. opera cos
tume, the bodice and panlers of pink,
draped over a white skirt. Miss Mary
Dewey was a most winsome Folly In
a costume of pale gold with the point
ed frills, tipped in Jingling golden
bells graduallv shading to a deep or
r.nee red at the bottom of the skirt.
Her Follv hat was tipped with bells
and was half gold and half red. Misa
Marv Hardie was attired as a Colonial
dame in a blue costume, with white
lace kerchief, and her hair pompa
doured quite high with the shoulder
curls of the period. Eldon Routledge
represented a Turk, In a costume of
red with the red fez. Billy Race rep
resented a court Jester in a "motley"
costum of red and orange. Joe Wor
sham was costumed as a Chinese man
darin. Joe Magoffin and Jack Happer
represented Franciscan friars, Henry
Schumacher wore the striped garb of
a convict Louis Robertson was dressed
as a clown in yellow and red with the
usual white head and tiny hat. Paul
Anderson wore a French peasant cos
tume. Herndon Kemp was dressed in
the pale gray and buttons of a hotel
bell hop. Ralph Carter came costumed
as a girl. Among the boys not in cos
tume were Earl Weialger. Henry
Wulff. Jck Pryor. Aubrey Pjyor,
Herbert Hunter. Lewis Croker, Don
ald Grant and Louis Heep. Mrs. J. s.
Akin. Mrs. W E. Race. Mrs. Zach T.
White and Mrs. R. H. Schumacher
chaperoned the young people. Punch
was served between the dances and
an Ice cream course later in the eve
ning. SHOCKED BY BOYS
MAECEING- TO WAR
El Pasoans Away.
Miss Margaret Prude and Mrs. G. W.
Toung left for Tularosa-Friday for a
Miss Irma Kuhn left Friday to vUit
MrT Mary 1L Hall in AlpinV Ior sev
Mr. and Mrs. L. -H. Tucker have re
turned from a month s visit to the
beaches of southern California.
Miss Marlon Young left Saturday af
ternoon for Cloudcroft to visit Mrs. B.
F. Abbey, her aunt, for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bowie left Sat
urday to spend the week end In Moun
tain Park, visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. W. K- Ramsey, with her little
son. left El Paso Friday to be with her
mother, Mrs. W. G. Walz. who Is ill
in Rochester. Minn.
Mrs. W. T. Balrd and daughter. Mrs.
J. E. Wray. left El Paso Friday after
noon for High Rolls, N. JL, where they
will remain for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis went to
Cloudcroft Saturday. They will close
their summer cottage and return with
their children to EI Paso early next
Mrs. H. R. Gray, wife of Harry R.
Gray, of the city engineering depart
ment, has left for Bonham. Tex, with
her baby son. Andrew, to visit her
parents. . . .
Mra Allen J. Greer will leave Satur
day night for the Presidio. San Fran
cisco. CaL. where she will remain for a
short time She will Join Capt. Greer
at Fort Riley In November.
Horace B. Stevens sr. left for Cloud
croft Friday to spend the weekend with
his family. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens
will close their summer cottage, "Hill
side," and return to El Paso about the
middle of next week.
Mrs. Robert D. Read will leave Sun
day morning for Los Angeles, where
she will Join Col. Read, who made the
trip from El Paso in his automobile
about a week ago. Col. and Mrs. Read
' their home In Los Angeles,
will vcGee and her daughter. Miss
Mrs. - -T7 rt s. P. " eisiger wb Lour
Mr. nd.nrrT,d will be away for sev-
ing the -jb,,. will visit In Wew
erai TLrr reajro. pniiaaeipnia. cam.
York asMnSwn and Dallas before
more. ," S Paso,
returning to, Rogers and daughter.
He"": Sift to points in California,
tended vtsij ,lngton. They also
Oregon fcouver. B. C before re
will vls , rl Paso.
turning t" p jfsrch and baby son.
Un- Sil leave Sunday for a visit
Kufus. will i parents. Mr. and Mrs.
wit M5non! in Weatherford. Tex.
a -sSriorie March has been -in
Miss .2S ,- the past three weeks.
Weatherford 'elveEI Paso Monday
EstelleCamPbeu.iMliMi CampbelI j,
for Brooklyn. ' institute at Brooklyn to
enter the ", course. Mra MeGee
SMuroEl Paso within a few
wlv;r- Vlhel Brown win vieii. ner
MluS Tfrvan Wells Brown, at La
brother. iJrja". the farewell dance
Mesa j- - yen Saturday night in
that '"JSMhouse at La Mesa for the
them.tton service men who have been
Trferred from La Mesa to Rincon.
JErow? wSl accompany his suiter
r. onndav and win remain wiia ws
home Sunday an
JtSi for his vacation of two weeks.
ViSltoW. 3J Quigley and
rf.rVwill leave El Paso Tnesday
".ihahua. Mex.. for a short visit.
ST.?wm return about the middle of
senwmber and Mrs. Quigley. with Miss
8?.tmv Quigley, will go to Blrmlng
?? whire Miss Dorothy Quig
jewlll enter the Birmingham School
rZ Girls. After a short visit In Blr
mlnghaS; Mrs. Quigley will return to
?i Paso and will probably spend the
wlntwwlth Mr. Quigley In Chihuahua.
v4l R. W. Curtis will leave next
weekfor White Sulphur Springs. Mont,
to visit her mother. Mrs. William
JS.i.I, rr a month or six weeks.
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mrs. D. C. Eells and children have
returned from a two months' stay in
MaJ. and Mrs. W. J. Fewel have re
turned from Missouri, where they have
been spending the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. McNary will
firobably close their summer cottage
n Mountain Park early In September
and return to El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stolaroff and family
have closed their summer cottage In
Cloudcroft and returned to El Paso,
-ut vtn.it, stolaroff will leave soon for
Austin, Texas, to contlnne her studies
at the University oi xexas.
C. H. LeavelL who has been on a
fishing trip in Arizona will return to
the city early next week. Mr. Leavell
spent part of his time with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Turner and Mr. and Mes.
Julius Krakauer. The last point visited
was the Grand canyon.
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. King have re
turned from an extensive trip through
the northwest ana ine r-acme coast
I They visited Mrs. King's broiler, a
i R. Battle, in British Columbia, and
j on the return trip visltc In Wash
ington. Oregon and California.
i Mrs. B. Ravel and little daughter.
Annie RaveL are expected to return
home the first of the week frost MH
waakee. Wis., where they went to con
sult specialists about the eyes of Utile
Annie RaveL The little glrL In
crushing a golf ball, was blinded lit one
eye by the add In the ball going into
her eye. ......
Mrs. Francis Moore and danghter
have returned from Cloudcroft where
ti,Av imva hn visitinsr friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Moore and daughter will go
to New York soon, where Mrs. Moore
will spend the winter studying music,
and Mr. Moore will hegin bis winter
concert tour. , .. ,-
Mra Alice Morrlss. Elisabeth Mor
rlss and Marian Howe, who have been
guests at Cabin Jonimae at Cloudcroft I
returned to El Paso Friday. They had
been camping with Mr. and Mra H. L' 1
Slater and Johnny Ma stnee Snnda'
In Silver Springs canyon, on the ilesca
lero Indian reservation, lo or 12 miles
from Cloudcroft Other guests in the
camping party were Mtes Louise Hop
per, Winifred Woods and Helen Dunn.
The region about the eamp is most
beautiful Just at this Jime. with flowers
In great abundance, and plenty or
water everywhere. The weather was
delisjhtful all week.
Lodges and Clubs.
The Woman's auxiliary to the Car-
pesters' union met Friday afternoon at
Central Labor Union hall and obligated
five new members, bringing the mem
'bershlp up to about M. ,,
The order of the Knights and Ladles
of Security, gave an enjoyable dance
Friday night In the Knights of Pythiaj
hall. The dance was well attended. Re
freshments of Ice cream and cake wert
served during the evening. The mm
mlttee in charge wae composed of Mrs.
j. c. Hanson and Messrs. B-'F. Davis.
A. Slraz and A. Merchim.
Oor Fountain Service Is Superior.
At either store MHts building Or
Roberts-Banner building you are of
fered a fountain service that is superior
in every way. Not only Is every sani
tary safeguard offered you. bnt only
, l.i ii inllii ill, a k(Y Tf vrm
want to spend the remainder of the
summer to the beat advantage, visit
our fountains regularly.
Scott White A Co,
"Safety First" Druggists.
IE B. Claflm Stock Receivers Sale
MODEES SCHOOL OP BUSINESS.
604 West Boulevard. DAY and NIGHT School. Phone SSSZ.
Fall Term Opens September 8.
1 have more applications from business firms for office help than I can supply
. oirpeitncy 13 aemanaed. sena lor Lourse oi Etud it proiile-s a liberal euu
cauon. MART I. STJJTO, rrinclpat
MliS. FREDERICK W. VNDERBILT.
New York, Aug. 29. On the refugee
ship Principle di Cdine, chartered by a
committee oi stranded Americans, Mrs.
Prederick W. Yanderbilt reached New
York and was giad to get here. Mrs
Yanderbilt, who was in Austria when
the war broke out, sajs her heart wai
touched by the thousands of boys she
had seen marching to the front. "Young
boys, they were, who should have been
tied to their mothers' apron strings."
she said. 'Most of them were under IT
years old. One regiment we passed was
made up of boys all under 17. We
learned that two hours after having met
tbera their troop train was blown up
by the Servians and every one on it had
Certainly King George's Judgment Is
good. And since be selected the "Pi
anola" Piano for bis use, from among
the many various Player-Pianos made,
therefore profit by his Judgment and
select the same make for your home.
Pianola Pianos from $550.00 upwards.
El Paso Piano Co Sole Agents, I0S
South Side of Texas St., next to Wat
son's Grocery Store. Advertisement
SUPERFLUOUS U.UR REMOVED
GRACE A. BENSON,
Face Specialist of Cbleaso,
Room 3S3, Herald Building.
ni Paso, Tex.
Every Woman In ElPaso Is Talking About This Great Bargain Giving Sale
Come here at the first opportunity to convince yourself of the wonderful values given throughout the
The greatest collection of Silks, Satins, Mescalines, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Staple Fabrics, Laces,
Embroideries, Eibbons, Flannels, Flannelettes, Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Muslin and Enit Underwear
ever put on sale at one time. A special purchase of Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords for Women in the very
latest styles and patterns have been included in this great sale at very big reductions from their original prices.
Below Tve quote a few specials selected from each section, just to give you an idea of the wonderful
values you will find here. Don't let this GBEAT OPPORTUJNiTi SLIP BY YOU.
. Shop In the Morning and AvoidUthe Crowds
KIH0N0S Special purchase oi
Kimonos for this sale, made of
crepes, in colors, and pretty floral
designs. Keg. $3.50 q -J QC
value. Special price.. P A VJ
20,000 YASSS Red Seal Zephyrs,
short lengths, from 4 to 11 1-2
vda, all colors in stripes and
cheeks. Regular lSe - A.
values. Special price, yd. A U C
fHUSLIX TJKDEEWEAR Pfae
qnality nade up b Aenrises,
drawers, gowns and petticoats.
Regular 7Se values. AQ
Special price X7U
IAIHES' Patent Leather Button
shoes vvHh" fine! vesting top and;
Lows Cuban feaeL Bcgafar $&S0
price. ... .....
WASH SKIRTS Here will be
found exceptional values in pique
and ratines, aH well made and in
the latest styles. Eegular $1.00
GENUINE GALATEA CLOTH
World famous wash materials in
all plain colors and striped ef
fects, suitable for house dresses,
aprons, etc Secular lSe to 20e
CORSETS The weH known Em
pire Corset, warranted best work
manship and dose fitting. Reg
ular $1.06 value. ACk r
Special price T'JC
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Soft fin
ish with lace and embroidery trim
mings, chemises, drawers, gowns.
petticoats aad onion suits. Reg
alar $1.50 values. QO
Special price Ol
WAISTS A special purchase of
this great sale of waists from the
leading makers. Big assortment
including Longeries and Crepes in
all colors, including black and
white. Regular $1.75 val- no,
oe. Special price "OC
SCOTCH COTTON PLAIDS 28
inches wide, with big variety of
designs in brae, green and red to
select from. Very desirable pat
terns, suitable for school dresses.
Regular 35c values,
Special price, yard.
EXTRA FINE quality, Batfete
aad sheer muslin lingerie, kaast
somely trimmed with best grade
bees and embroideries, pink and
blue ribbon beading on seek and
waist chemisea, drawers, asvrae.
petticoats aad combrnaBoa sails.
ib white, pink and Hue. Regular
$30 values. Spec- fJ-J AQ
ial price $)LSG
LADIES' Rassav eaK Oxfords
with rubber sales ad heeU, on
the Emrlttk aU Begafeur $3.50
value. Special -prAe."
PATENT LEATHER- Colonial
Pomps, with faacy' or Mack
buckles. Regular &M value.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES End of
season clearance in all children's
dresses, very pretty designs in
gingham, percales and galateas.
Regular $L75 value. QO
Special price OC
Regular $1.00 values,
RICE CLOTH AND VOILES
inches wide, white aad cream, most
fashionable materials this season.
Exceptional fine quality. Reg
ular 25c and 35 e values, -1 Q
special price, yard It?C
WOMEN'S SILK BOOT HOSE
Very fine grade and in aB eoWrs.
Regular 38c value- OO
Special price td
EXTRA SPECIAL 3666 pairs of
sl'oes for iwuiueu ami eeaMrea.
Regular values from $&!
to$SC Special sake
RATINES 38 inches wide, ia all
latest colors and of extra fine
quality. Regular $1.50 yard val
price, yard . . .
TAFFETAS Checkered Taffetas,
18 inches wide, in blue, brown,
pink and red. Very bandsomt and
durable material. Regular 86c
value. Special A Q
price, yard l
WOMEN'S' FINE GAUGE HOST
High spliced heel and toe, in
black and tan, exceptional bar
gan. Regular 50e( val- OO
ue. Special price .... OOC
. SPECIALS FROM THE "EVER BUSY"
Lip Sauce Pane, 3 pints, grey enamel, large
handle, and in two shapes, extra deep and
shallow. Regular 20c value.
House Broome, 4 strings, best quality corn.
Regular "3Sc value 5Q
Special price wC
Water Tumblers. Different designs to select
from. Regular 5e value. -J r
Special price, 3 for 1UC
Bice Boilers, 1 1-2 quart, double capacity, with
tin cover. Regular 35c value. OO
Special price uC
Cups aad Saucers. Faacy designs, with large
assortment to select from. Regular -I Oh
15e value. Sale price LCt fiC
OS Cass of galvanised metal, with else band
and weed handle. Regular 36c value, -t o
Spatial price 10C
Roller Skates, ball bearing, latest designs, ex
tra strong quality steeL Regular t- CQ
$2.00 value. Special price J1.0
of good depth.
Special price ..
Fluted, extra heavy glass and
Regular 26e value. q
Dish Pass, 10-quatt capacity, made ia extra
quality grey enamel. Regular 36e OQr
value. Special price s-iivl
Basement Extra Specials
Japanese hand-made Work Bas
kets, pretty designs and of extra
strong coBstruetion, 10 different
shapes and sizes.
Regular value, 15c, 25c, 50c
10c 20c 35c
'HOME OF LOW PRICES1-
iE r &F
STANTON, COR. OVERLAND.
COLGATE'S TOILET SOAP All
the famous 10c brands of Colgate's
soapa, fresh goods, just received.
Special price for this sale, OO
3 cakes in a box for OC