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Jiappiness For All Women-"For some
time I have beeid using (lagan's Mag
nolia,. Balm aund now my friends are
asking what has happened to me, that
I look so .well. I have been afhicted
with freckles, tblemishes and sallow
complexion for the last four or five[
years, but now my complexion is won
(lerfully improved. Magnolia Balm
means happiness in a lovely complex-!
ion. Respeotfully, (Signed) Nonie'
Bentley,,Nankipoo, Tenn." All wo
mnen should use this liquid face and
toilet, powder-Brunette,. white, opink,
'rose-red. 75 cents at druggists or by
mail. 'Lyon Mfg. Co., 42 So. Fifth St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Adv
Would you u
Ridiculous of course
put olive oil in your cri
oils--but what a tremer
SUNOCO is a moto
'ordinary oil." When
cognize this differenc<
cars in service and fewi
We sell SUNOCO
"oil." Try it and you']
difference in your en
mileage and repair cosi
Is a Trair
You may not know
30 minutes for the
through your homes
This means thiat frorr
houso unti tt car diL
Your Homne May Be I
By the t'me y~u rett
*his get- a~Jth y
aroin k eor
were ke gmoney
been paidb a check
Cheat the cheater
- by opening an accoust'
for safety, If for ne
Lydia Citizens Co.operate
Lydia WMill citizens went "over the
top" on their quota of 325.00 for the
NaIlonal 'Democratic Party, Mr. B.
A. Sullivan, chairman fo: this county
during the drive, announced. Other
communities, Mr. Sullivan stated,
liae not yet been heir-l from, but he
hopes that the excellent showing made
by iIAia Mills, Ora, Watt. Mills and
other communities will be an incen
tive to thosi who have thus far failed
to help raise the quota of $660.00 for
se motor oil
-. Neither would you
inkcase.. Yet both are
r oil, but it's not just
more car owners re
3, there will be more
er laid up for repairs.
I be astonished at the
gine power, gasoline
O C O)
t, but it takes less than
trained burglar. t. go
fridin cellar to garretev'.'
ithe tirne you leave the~
charges yoAlo 'td4i,~,;
in, Mr. Thief has n~e
s. '~a or. Which-y6u
n the h~rmse, could hsve
STONE AGE IN CANADA
Existed In British Columbia as
Late as Century Ago.
Archaeologists Make interesting Die
coveries While Exploring Old Com
munity Sites, Mounds and
Victoria, B. C.-The stono age,
whilh, scientists say, came to an end
a western Europe about 1700 I. C.,
ytras carried on for more than 3,000
years later, antd in its tmost charhctet
istlc form existed In British Columble
tip until as late us a century ago, In
iome districts, according to, findings
if archaeologists who have been ex
ploring. some of the old c(ninuiity
;ites, mounds and aboriginal graves
llong. the cOist and the interior of
The sione age In British. Odlumbia
Ias for many years been the study of
mientists of note, who have been ivork
ing to build up the story of the. evo4
tion of the prehistoric civilisation as
exemnplifned in the tribes which tvoqkea
out their egistence betweedfthe RWeky
mountains and the Pacifle. Valuable
collections have been obtained.
It was only recently, however, that
British Columbia, In an effective way,
turned its attention to the past. Un
der the di.rection of Premier John
Oliver, the provincial museum has
been partly rebuilt and the collections
put on exhibition.
The aboriginal occupants of the
country belonged to the neolithic, or
new stone age, pelentists determined
'romn the specimens obtained from old
rillages and burying places. Stone and
bone tools wer In comumon use when
the first white explorers visited the
north Pacifle, although Iron and cop.
per in sannl quantitIes., were fount)
In some Instances the native races
had developed a degree of art. One of
the exhibits In the muselum is ia copy
of a seated human figure holding a
I)owl. 'It was chipped from a solid
blook of stone and then polished.
There are two of these speciens very.
much alike. One was (lscovered aear
Departure buy, Nanalio, and the
other in North Sannich, on Vancouver
Per$iaps'.the most characteristic of
the stone age are the stone axes'and'
hammers discovered In many. jlanes.
1They fre almost identical with the
tools of the neolithic man found in'
The stone tweapons lilude daggers
and war clubs. There' are many ex
unAples of stone dishes, hewn from
small bowlders. With what appear to
have been rolling ins of somewhat
angular design the prehistoric woman
of this coast seems to have been well
Primitive man In British Columbia
apparently did a little smoking now
and then. Old shell mounds on the
'hompson and Fraser rivers have
yielded what appear to have been
atone pipes. The early explorers
round the native races using a true
tobaeco, nicotina ' attenuata, which
grows wild in the Thompson ;iver
country and was smoked alone or
mixed with grease and kinnikinick.
THIS "MEDICINE MAN" Is 132
Bueos Aires Centenarian, Made Slave
While Child, Holds Job and'
Buenos Aires.---Antonlo Rosas, a
iegro wvho is reputed to be one i-un
Ired aind thirty-two yea old, earns
living here as a medicine man and
Hie was not too old to put up a
ighit wh'en three men held him up vrnd
robbed hini a few daya aigo, but told
i reporter hO would fhave made a'Net
ter showing If he had not "taken a
:irop too "rpuch,
Anfonio clahue to have- h~een cap
tured In 'tbe Congo when a ch~Ild, by
French slave traders. The French ship
w'as captured by an English, vessel,
mnd 'taken to Madeira. Hie was
rought .to Argentina at the age of
Squirrel Wintered in Cushion.
Bangor, Mie.--Octave Gafn)nche..of:
Brun'swidk, .Me., has dIscofered that a.
Canmily oucaquirrels spent a'corsy win-~
ter In the cnshion of the back seat of
his iutontobile. He thinks it wilt be.
llorie job t'o collect the rent, to ay'
dothing of the repairs on'the enehtons
udc the time .it took him 1:o. pick up
h4 acorxg shells, The '.squirrels took
f ir' ektetion with greait inmgnation,
Peli Giant- Bieech Tree.,
Geneva.-At Monthierod (Vaud) a.
rispt e ch tree was toattn teledc
Maildi' b eighteen fge.t .ren' at the'
basee gpna weIghty-nine ",teet - . 'ita.
prqpghes..gieldInug 2,50 euble feet o
e lpilgan Man's WIddsers
9 Feet From Chin to Tip
claims, the chaimplop. heaut
\:rower. of the world . in JTohn .J. -
iida. lyhiskera mesuv amr
.than-.jiiie feet frpnu et i i t'ep
3Mr?.Tpgner cotstrle I 044 ir4 b,
ttkektfn the ..eni ,V h~~en
baret giins' to ni. j
ka4i4k1W 12 f'
If. You D
at anything particular you are no
sequence. COLLINS' DEPARI
particular aim. We aim to buy a
money on"6(ery purchase.
We use an amunition cal
Hats and Clothing are placed as t
stocks, and the public takes a
PARTMENT STORE aims wit
bull's eye ring at every crack of c
The last target at which we shot landed
a big stock of Men's Khaki Pants which we
uitfer today at 95c.
BOYS PANTS 39c
Boys' Pants at 39c, 49c, 69c, 75c. 86c,
98c, $1.25, $1.45, $1.98 and $2.48.
Boys' Overalls at 690. .Boys' Suits at
$1.98, $2.95, $4.95,. $5.45, $5.95. $6.95,
$7.45, $7.95 and '$9.95.
'George Washington %said: Have a good
Aim in life and don't Aim too long. If you
Aim at economy I .just want to tell you that
youi cani Save on everything you buy at
COLINS' l)EPART31lENT -STORE We
biy for entsh, discoulit every bill, and we
iive you the benlefits of these discounis.
Blue striped I-ickory Shirting 10c;
browi striped Hickory 'Shirting 10c.
Octagon Soap bhouglit in ear load lots,
price oily 4c. One har Octagon Soap and
one blar Toilet Soap all for Sc.
Ladies' lhin'galow Aprons at 50c. La
dies' white Aprois at. 39c. Sport Hats for
lad-ies' worth $1.50 at Q8c. Children 's and
LNlisses' Sailors at 39c. 'Ladies' black Pett i
coats $1.25 kiind at 98c.
Small sized :bleached Towels at 5c; IlHuck
Towels 17 'by :32 inches at 10c; Hiuck Tow
els 18 by 36 inches at 10c; Iluck Towels
'Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords at $1.25. La
dies' Oxfords, one strap, solid at $1.89 and
$1.95. ladies' Oxfords in black kid, ma
nmahogany and lpatent , lace and strap at
$2.95, $3.45, $3.95 an d -$4.95.
:Meni's low cut Shoes black and tani, good1
year welt at $2.95, .$3.45, $3.95 and $4.45.
Men ' sScout .Shoes a t $1.75, $1.95, $1.89.
Mlen 's Dress Shoes gun metal, kid and
iun at $2.95, $3.45, $3.95 and '$4.95.
Children's Sandals, sizes 5-8 at 75c;
Size 8-1-2 to 11 1-2 at 85c, and 12 1-2 at 98c.
Ladies' Bed1 Room 'Slipper.s at 75c and
Queen Elizabeth could not' buy pre'tty
pure Silk spring needle ''001( Seal"' brand
H osiery like COLILINS' 'D)E'PARLTMF'NTL
STORE sells today, the $1 .50 kind for 98c.
Boot Silk Hose for 75c. "'Walk 'Over'' and
''Gold seal"' 'Brand silk Hose in black,
cordovan, white, grey, and Russian calf,
for only 98c. Ladies' ''Oak brook'", pure~
Silk Hose, extra heavy, with seam at back
for $1.95. Ladies' seamless 'Hose for 5c.
Ladies 'better quality Hose for 10c. 1La
dies' Lisle Hose with seam a~t back for
150. Children 's high grade Hose for 10c.
Children 's'Socks at 12 1-2o, 15c, 23c and
Men's A thletic Union 'Suits 49c. 'Men's
Athletic U~nion Suits, worth $1.00) at only
75c. Men' Balbrigigan Shir'ts and D~ra wers
at only 35o.
ORGA'NDY, cafoSTr ALL COLjORS
Organdy 40-inch 25c. .,Organdy 40-inch
45c. Bat iste, white sheer quality, 40-inch
* 39c. -Englishi -Long Cloth No. 5 at.10c. In
dia Linen Lawn 100. 'High grade at 19c.
English Long Cloth 100.
Blue 'Devil, 36-inch Taffeta $1;19; ;May
*Rose, 36-inc~h $1.19; Midnight, .36-inch
$1.19; Black, 36-inch $1.19.
W. G. WJSQN'S OI D S~
t apt to hit anything of any con
'MENT STORE has one very
t under price so as to save you
led Spot Cash, and when Shoes,
argets by assignees of bankrupt
shot, the guns at COLLINS' 5 ,
h such accuracy as to make .th .
>ur Gatling guns.
Men 's Pants at 9c, $1..95, $2.45. $2.95
$3.95, $4.45 and $5.95. 'Men 's Suits at $9.95
up to $17.95. Young en s Snuits in .i
Beach and AMohair at '$8.95 and $12.501
Alen's H ats at 75c, 98c, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95
$2.45. 'Men's Sun Hats at 10c and 25c.
Boys' Pah ll Beach Pants at 39c.
19 by :17 incleis at 15c: 'Ti-kish Bath1 Tow
('s at 10c: 'I'urkish -IHath Towels at 15c.
25c and 35c.
.Sheets 72 by 90 at-75c: 81 by 90, seam
l5es. $1.10: small size white erilnkled Bed
Sjpreads at 75c: 6: by 90 at. $1.45: 72 by
90 at $1.59; 81 'by 90 at. $1.95: Crochet Bed
Npreads at $1.25, $1.95, $2.45 and $3.45;
Mattress Ticking at 6c, 12 1-2c and 15c:
I"eather Tickking at 25C; Sea Shore C0hamii
brey inl pink, blie and grey for 10c per
yard ; Dress '(Giniigha-m a-t 12 1-2c; 32-inch
G inghams, dark styles at 15c; Ratinie in
colors-rlange. white, line, green, lavenderl
andl(] wild rose, at 45c per yard ; TI'affeta
Silks in brown, .jade green and Imlidlnight
bhle. yard wide at $1.19; blaek Alessaline.
yard wide, lit 98c; Lad-lsassie. 27 incles
wide, at. 19c per yard ; Lad-Lassie, :32 lich
es wide. at 24c.
TA fOF I'A S',f1K S
Black. 36-incl $1.19 aiid $1.45; Blue.
:6-imlih $1.19 al(] $1.45.
Llleni's -Straw Hats at 10c; Boys' alid
Men's St raw Hats at 20c and 25c; -Men's
and Young Men's Dress Hats at 98c, $1.50.
$1.65 and $1.75. Panina Hats at $1.95.
$2.25, $2.95 and $3.95. Men's .(haki Pait'
at 95c. 'Men 's Dress Pants lit 95c, $1.45,
$1.95, $2.45, .$2.95, $3.45, $3.95, $4.95 and
When the (Ily has 4losed his eye far in
the west. and night's crltiains are pinied
hack by the stars, and yon are at. rest,
want you to thilink about the pretty Curtin
Material which QCOTAN' DEPARr
AF'NT STORE sells for so mch les 36..
inch Curtain Goods in white lit 7c aId 10c:
)6-inch flowered Curtain 'laterial at 10c.
14c : and 36-inch Curta in 'lateial in tan
and1( white at 10c and~ 15c. lrqlm iset Ie Cur
tain good1s, 36 inches, in tan,. cremn and
w~hit e lit 19c; also better grade in wash
mlereerized Curtain material, the 40(e kind
neih('5 wide, lit 25c.
BA'I"[STE~ PRINT ED
Bat isle 40-ine-h, 25c andl 29c; Bat iste 40.
Mlisses' and Th ildrineni's best (qual1ity ie
Ribbhed lHose, black and1( .cordovan ait 18c.
20c, 23c, and1( 25c.
Pro fressor~l Blank of B3:'4ton ; Sn it t o re
eover* damagtes for 'breach of contract.
P~rofess'or Blank conltractedl r'OOms for
sixty dalys' vacation.. He left within tLen
days on account of flies. The decis'on of
the court was -that the flies freed the pro
fessor from 1al1 obliigations. A nine. cent
package of.Bee Brand( Insect P.owde~r might .
have saved the expt-nses of the law. anit:
'Bee Brand 'Inset Powdor, smnall size .c,
three for 25c; large size 25c, two .for 45c.
lacjk Flag 9c, three for 25c.. .
imitation tivory .handle $1.25. Lad~ia'$8ik w#
U~inbrellas. $3.45, $3.75, $3.95 and. $495, -
Ladies' fWhite 'Plaid Skirts 75c and 980.
Ladies' Garbadine Skirts $1.65- JIadica
Skii-ts,- 'black find blue Serge, a. wol.at
$2.95 and $8.95.
Ladies' Patest Leather Belts, aR. eo1lo ..~
-at 90. t