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25c boxes Writing Paper
4 envelopes, in neat box
Booklets and Post
Post Cards?Big collection
Values up to 5c each. Dozen.
Post Card Albums?Spec
card<. An exceptional value
Speciafl lot advance styllesf
sra women's $3.50 high |
shoes, $2o95 I
They're very popular.
In fa<t. we've hundreds of patrons who will have no
other kind.
These new models embody the essential style requi
sites for fall.
J. B. Coutil Corset, low bust, long waist, ^ /Th'fTi
straight front and medium hips <4^ U ?xJ''U'
J. B. Corsets of fine coutll. with high F=/f>
bust, medium hips, extra length over ah- 11 Qui)
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Special J. B. models with very long skirt and extra
length over hips, at three prices, depend;ng upon quality
and elaborateness of trimming and finishing:
On account of holiday this store will close Monday at 1
GINNING Tl'ESDAY, Store will open daily 8 a.m., close 6 p.m
cept Saturdays, when closing hour will he 0 p.m.
Just about 10 different styles, such as gun metal
and shiny leathers, with cloth tops or kid tops; tipped or
plain toes; button or blucher styles. These have just
arrived, all the new fall styles, and you cannot buy for
$3.50 any bet;er high shoes than these at Vj.M.V
Comprising the following;
1 larce cake of I'earl White
Floating Soap.
U cakes of Kxport Borax Laun
dry Soa^i.
0 Packages of Grandma's
Borax Powdered Soaj?
Not more than two orders of
alcove to a customer.
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Six cakes of Cincinnati
Oleine Soap for ?uC
Not more than six cakes to a
< ustomer.
Any Low Shoe in the
house, worth $3.50, $4.00
and $5.00, a pair . . .
Shoes?Second Floor.
1 8fh St. ft Pa. Ave.
THE BUSY CORNER
SVoond Floor
Hebrew Xew Year Cards
Cards, ic to 19c each.
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? Cakes, each 30C X ?
IC Layer Cakes. a -j*
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| Angel Cakes, j g J |
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IC Plain. Citron and Nut j X
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That you cannot buy later for less than $30. Beautiful suits at the price, embodying all the latest style features, such as
CLOSER FITTING BACKS
And they arc of the new style materials, mostly rough goods, such as
wide-wale serges, diagonals, homespuns, hairline stripes. French serges and
imported prunellas.
NEW STYLE PLEATED SKIRTS
LONGER COATS
The new colors are the new greens, artichoke, stone green, moss green, \ All are copies ot high priced imported models, and the tailoring is all
several shades of gray and tobacco brown. Also hairline stripes in black that could be desired.
and navy. Second Moor?Suits.
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girls, 2 to U years, all
at the one price. These
suits cannot be dupli
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$ 1. 7r. and Sl'.oO. As
indicating the very un
usual value, we would
say the headdress con
tains 14 feathers In
bright colors. The
headdress is also lined,
making it very sub
stantial. The best sep
arate headdress of sim
ilar character selling
at 98c has but f! feath
ers and is unlined.
Suits are well made
and of good materials.
R O 17 G H RIDER
SUITS, without head
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PLAIN WHITE, colored borders,
initial crossbar, also cross
bars without initial and *=?
embroidered corner effects.
Choice
SCALLOPED EMBROIDERED
EDGES, hcmstltched embroidered,
crossbar with embroidered initial
and plain white linen with em
broidered initial
in corner.
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Made of an excellent quality of warranted
pure linen material: Trimmed with clusters ??f pin tucks and
>A-inch tucks. French back. Link cuffs of sell material. De
tachable linen collar. Fasten front with line pearl buttons. All
sizes, but only a limited quantity. All new fresh goods. Per
fect in every detail. Ou First Floor Bargain Tables.
100 fine black
chifflfoo taffeta
waists, worth
$4.50, choice .
White English
madras shirts,
worth $2.00,
choice
Fasten back effects, fancy yokes, daintily trim
med with pin tucking and pleats, some with narrow soutache
braid. Xew pleated sleeves, fancy stocks, sleeves trimmed to
match front of waist. In all sizes and two styles to select
from. This is an exceptional bargain and just what women
are wanting for wear right now.
All tailor-made, and of the best quality of Eng
lish madras, in two size checks. Strictly man-tailored, yoke
back, pocket at bust, laundered link cuffs of self material,
detachable linen collar, fasten front, with fine pearl buttons.
Size .".4 to 44 bust and 12U to 15 neck.
Ufa? newest fa ~~
Save a dollar on this one
Ten-inch Handbag of genuine morocco, seal goat, in black
and genuine pigskin: bag is 7 inches deep; has broken l?ot
tom: protected corners; double strap handles; gilt or gun
metal trimmings: lined with leather and fitted with purse;
regularly priced at *4.98. Special tomorrow
Save a dollar here also
10-lnch Handbag, of goat seal leather; 7 incites
broken bottom; leather lined: gili, green or silver
mings: fitted with card case and purse: regularly
Si>c<:ial tomorrow
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deep:
trim
S3.98.
and colors,
$3,98
>2.98
FIrM Floor?IlamlkTi-liirfo.
<~*HOICE of five styles of Round-bottom
Handbags, such as regularly sell for SI. IP.
First Floor?Leather Goods Dept.
and Crushed - bottom
Tomorrow, special
98c
Mexican
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Made fresh by our Candy
Maker. Delicious to the
taste and loved by the chil
dren.
I'irst Floor? Candies.
. Half price purchase of
Buckles amid pie:
Lot of Belt Buckles and Belt Pins, in new French gray,
green gold and Roman finishes, plain and set with stones. All
$1.00 values. Sale price
Imported Brooch Pins, in a variety of styles, selling regularly
at 49c to 9$c. Sale price
Imported Jet Hat Pins,
each. Sale price, each
with long stems. Kinds usually 5?>c
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New Gold-plated Cuff Pins, with script initial engraved on each
pin?all initials. Sale pri e, per pair
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f'OLLAR PIX SETS?C pins to the set. Latest Parisian fad.
Choice of live styles. Each set.in leather-covered case. Sale
price, set
25c
25c
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65 c
Infants' & children's
9
sweaters
for chil
50c
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75c
WHITE SWEATERS
dren from :J to "
years: also red sweat
ers. Choice
WHITE SWEATERS, ill
nation with blue or pink:
for children from 'J to
years of age. Each
WHITE SWEATERS, made with
belt; button up to neck; finished
with pearl buttons; others with
turndowr. collar, and some are
edged with light blue, some with
pink, some of all red. made hi not -
folk style. Seven dif
ferent styles to se
lect from
SWEATERS for children from 2
to <? years, double-breasted style,
with pocket; white and blue, white
and pink, and all
white, also all red
sweaters. Choice
SWEATERS norfolk style, some
buttoned up to neck, and some
with laydown collars, some with
belts, and some fin
ished with pockets.
in white and red only.
$1.00
$1.50
$2.00
Fall-weight
vests and pants,
25c
ribbed.
Bleached and unbleached, in
both medium and extra sizes.
Good weight for wear now.
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White cot to Ei belting,
a belt length, 16c
Choice of any of our White
Wash Beltings tomorrow for 16c a
belt length. Includes straight e.lge.i
military effects, embroidered and
embossed styles.
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Our fall importations of Kid Gloves have arrived, and we are prepared to
show a full line of One, Two and Three Clasp Gloves, also a full line of
Women's Cape Tan Gloves In all the new shades. Some of the new styles
mentioned l?olow:
69c
2-CLASP GI.OVES,
glace, in black, white,
tan. brown and gray. A
pair
2-CLASP GLOVES, French
Lambskin Gloves, in black, white,
tan. brown, mode, ?i /f^/TH
gray, screen and navy. II UjJuJ)
A pair ^ v
2 and " C LASP GLOVES of real
kid glace, with Paris point-stitched
backs, in all the new * EP/Hv
colorings, also black II 5^0 I)
and white. A pair...
WOMEN'S ENGLISH C A P E
TAN Walking Gloves, prix seam,
saddle-stitched backs
and one large clasp ut
wrist. A pair
WOMEN'S ENGLISH CAPE
WALKING GLOVES, in tans and
English reds, also black and
white, with Paris point-stitched
hacks and prix seams;
one large clasp. A
pair
$1.00
$1.50
First Floor?Gloves.
point vemiSse stocks
three new military shapes
15c
The kind of neckdressings nearly every woman is demanding
time. Only 0??u pieces. Naturally being 25c articles the quantity
last long. They're very nice.
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Another small lot of regular 25c Embroidered Linen Col
lars. hi 0 different styles; plain or scalloped edges. To go at
New Paris Novelty
1254c
25c Double Tab Pt. Venise
Val Trimmed Neckpieces...
New Satin Bows, for wear
with lace or linen collars..
First Floor Neckwear I?ept.
15c
25c
Jet "Dog
Collars," for wear with evening
? Iress or over lace stocks. Made
of strands of cut jet beads.
Special
At just
$65 Standard
half price
sewing machines
$32.50
Just 15 of them. All Standard Grand
Vibrator Models. Positively the best,
easiest running, most dependable ma
chine of the kind on the market.
Self-raising drop head; ball bearing;
light running and very Quiet.
Every machine in perfect conditio^,
with the possible exception of cases,
some of which have been a trifle marred
or scratched.
Buy oo easy terms?$1 a week
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A bulletin off the best articles (from the great
HOUSEFURNISHING SALE
Such a crowd and such enthusiastic buying wc have never seen before at a Fall House
furnishing Opening Sale. Tomorrow is the last day, so look over this; list tonight and decide
what you want to buy then. i
29c Washboards IHc
1I?c Gas Torches and Tapers 12c
25c Corn Poppers 10c
si.us Wash Boilers
Wc Garbage Cans for 2!?*
$1.50 Ash Cans for
lOc Chopping Bowls for 5c
!l?c Y'acht or Deck Mops for 25c
IOc Straw Cuffs for "e
25c Water Pails for 15c
*2.08 and Coffee Percola
tors 51.49
10i: Mop Sticks for 5c
$1-50 Meat or Food Choppers for 89c
l!>c Meat Broilers for 10c
?S2.45J Chocolate Sets *1.6!*
?1..'R? Wash Tills for 59c
85c Alarm ('locks for 59c
,<1..'!*.* Sets Mrs. Potts* Sad Irons..s9c
$1.19 Clothes Hampers 7!*o
98c Coffee Pots 5fte
2"ic Brea<l or Pastry Boards 15c
98c Wash Benches t;*c
X2.9.N Double Roasters $1.19
25:? Grade 5-4 Widths Oil Cloth,
a ya rd 17t
Dust Pan and Brush Set 15c
*2 5'.? Clothes Wringers ?1.49
5*.ic Clothes Baskets 39c
SI.79 Tea Kettle.- <?8c
::9i- Sleeve Boards l<tt
$-'!.9S Wash Boilers S1.98
5!to Self-wringing Mops 25c
81.?> Sewing or Reading Lamps t?
4; c Double Roasters or Bakers..25c
2!?c Bracket Lamp- 19c
:!9c Market Baskets 2.V
4!?c Extra Strong Parlor Brooms.25c
$1.98 Cmbrella Jars 9Se
2T?c t'ups anil Saucers 10e
;A!c Jardinieres 15c.
25c Pitchers ? 15c
s?c Berr>' or Fruit Sets 5J?c
.'{'.'c Cuspidors 25c
?SI.49 Chocolate Pois 98c
39c Cream Pitchers 25c
?SI .'25 Mayonnaise Dishes 79c
98c Granite Iron Seamless Berlin
Saucepans 49c
Granite Iron Seamless Berlin
Kettles :19c
SI.49 Granite Iron Ham Boilers. ,S9c
25c Granite Iron Seamless Berlin
Saucepans 10c
?i!?c Granite Iron Double Boilers.39c
.<1.98 Granite Iron Double Roast
ers 9Se
98c Granite Iron Tea Kettles 49c
49c Granite Iron Coffee Pots 25c
49c Granite Iron Seamless Berlin
Saucepans 25c
10c Granite Iron Handy Kitchen
Strainers ... 5c
49c Granite Iron Tea Pots 29c
1<1.25 Carving Knives and Forks,
each 49c
$5.98 Carving Sets-Knife. Fork
and Steel *.'1.49
50c and T.'c Butcher and Bread
Knives, etc.. etc.. each 25c
09c Sets (<!> of Teaspoons 39c
?4.98 Tea Sets. Best Quad
ruple-plated Silver. Four
Pieces 52.98
XI. 98 Sets tC>) Medium Table
Knives 98c
5oc, 75c and $1.00 Scissors and
Shears, choice 25c
51.25 Sets (6) Medium Table
Forks 75c
52.25 Toilet Sets. China 51.49
51.25 Toilet Sets. China 52.79
Sets with Slop Jar SI.79
si.75 Plain White Porcelain Toi
let Sets 98c
98c Wash Bowls and Pitchers.. ,49c
59c Chambers, White Porcelain..29e
9Nc Wash Bowls and Pitchers ? I59-:
$ I .:{!? Slop Jars 79.;
75c Wash Bowls ;in< Pitchers...39c
ST.!** Plain White 'dinner Sets,
100 pieces 53.98
59.98 Decorated Dinner Sets.
Etrurian China, 100
pieces, for 55.9s
511.98 Dinner Sets, Decorated.
Imperial China, UK)
pieces $8.49
517.98 and S18.98 Dinner Sets
of Fine China. 100
pieces 511.98
$27.50 Dinner Sets of Fine
French China, 100
pieces 521.50
*34.50 Dinner Sets of Fine
Limoges China. 100
pieces 525.?)0
We reserve right to limit quanti
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Third Floor?Housefurnishings.
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Remember, there are just fifteen of these machines, and at 532.50 we
should sell every one tomorrow. Come and see them.?'Third floor.
Special prices oo
wiodlow shades
during uphoSstery safie
We call your attention especially
to our window shade department.
Tomorrow is the last day of the
siile, so come in for these early.
WATER-COLOR SHADES, with
spring roller. 30x72 inch- r
es; regularly 25c. Spe- ]j
F R I N* G E D WATER-COLOR
SHADES, with spring
roller, ::t?.\72 inches; reg
ularly 50c. Special for..
BEST HANDMADE OIL
OPAQl'E SHADES. 30x72 a g
inches; regularly 50c.
Special, each
LONSDALE H O L L A N D
SHADES, white, :ttix72 = pv
inches; regularly 75c.
Special f??r
LONSDALE H O L L A N D
SHADES, white, 38\84; ? ^
regularly 85c. Spe- (Q) ^
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SCHOOL HATS,
$1.50
We have just received a splendid
assortment of Children's School
Hats, the most-charming and pi
quant little styles imaginable. Your
little girls will need one before
school commences, and you should
see our assortment.
Those at $1.50 are in felt, and
tastefully trimmed with silk scarfs,
velvet ribbon or patent leather
bands and bows.
? Other styles from 95c up to 57.50.
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Special offering of 1,000 pairs of
regular 75c Steel Whe?l Adjustable
Skates.
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WOMEN'S SILK BRAID HATS
are extremely popular now; just
rlsht for between-season wear.
We have them in a variety of dif
ferent shapes and in
black, brown, navy
blue and catawba.
Choice
$2.50
Ball Bearing Skates, for both
boys and girls. Regularly priced.
S2.49 and 52.98. Never liefore of
fered at this price, and to be sold
at SI.98 Saturday only.
?8c pair
I'nion Hard war? Make Skates
with steel bearings and adjustable
heel strap and clamps. Regularly
51.25.
$2 98 pair
Great sales Original editions^
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
BOOKS. 49c
You get this opportunity because we
jobber who overbought without having
few titles mentioned are simply t<> give
books in this purchase. REMEMBER,
$1.25. 51.50 and $2.00.
Samautha at tlif World's Kair- Josiah
Allan's Wife.
Six Tr>?es-Alary K. Wilkins Freeman.
The Wand- ring Twins?Mary fioureliior
.Sanford.
Wild Justice?Lloyd Osbourn.
Twisted Eglantine? H. 11. Marriott
Watson.
Time the Comedian Kate .Ionian.
Squire Phin?Holmau K. I>a.v.
Tlie Smoke Haters?Harry J. O'lli^
gins.
Sylria. the Stor.' of an American
Countess?Evalyn Kmeron.
The Way of the (loJs-Jolin I.uther
Long.
Sun Rise Acre* benjamin Hraee.
Self .Made Man's Wif<?Charles Kustaee
Merrimau.
iheet Music
A If! TWO BIG SONQ HUTS,
ikv //ft By Suzanna Rocainora at Chase's.
"It 1 Had the W orld to Give You. '
"Lady Love."
OTHER FAVORITES AT ISc COPY
I've Lost My Gal.
Falling Star.
My Pony Boy.
Moon Bird.
Longing for You. Sweet
heart.
I Want Somebody to
Play W'itli.
Then We'll All tlo Home.
Harden of Dreams.
I?envertown.
If It Were Not f^r Dear
Old Father.
Can't You See?
lloney on Our Honey
moon.
lonesome. %
1 Wish I Had a Girl.
Alexander Jones.
Daisies Won't Tell,
l'ui Clad l?ui a Hoy.
Sadie Salome.
Trans-Mas-Ni-Fi-Can
Bam-Dam-uAlity.
The Hat My Father Wore
011 St. Patrick's Day.
Pay More Attention to Me.
Cousin Caruso.
Honey Rasr.
Minstrel Band Hag.
Toltaseo Hag.
Black and White Raz.
leyeles Rag
'?!<! Crow Rag
Marsovia Waltzes.
In Love's Net Waltzes.
Happy Days Waltz,
l-ove Tree Waltzes.
Lily Kyes Waltz.
At Dawn. Reverie.
Poker Kaif.
Heart* of Cold March.
Indian Summer Inter
mezzo.
Flowers of Love Waltz.
Asure Skies, Reverie.
Classic Rag.
Bolo Rajr.
Terrible Turk Rag.
STAR DANCE FOLIO NO. 9, 39c
5?i0 more copies. Contains titty of the season's
arranged for the dance. A regular 75c music folio.
Fourth Floor.
biggest song successes.
Special, .T.tc each.
Peroxide talcum powder . . 10c
Pompeiam massage cream*. 39c
All tints Lablache Face Powder..29c
Sanitol Tooth Powder, paste or
liquid lie
Itt-oz. Bottle Peroxide of Hydro
gen 20c
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Sj>ecial Saturday offering of the
I'nion Hardware Company Nickel
Plated Ball Bearing Skate. Regu
larly $3.75.
Four 5c cakes Snowberry
Floating Bath Soap for 10c
$1.00 size Danderine 00c
Choice of two lots of regular
15c and 25c Tooth Brushes, all
imported, at 10c
Packer's T?r Soap, cake 14c
Physicians and Surgeons" Soap,
,t>c
-First Floor, Perfumery Dept.
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took over the surplus stock of a big
facilities for handling his stock. The
you an idea of the character of the
all original editions, published at
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Spe.-ulatioii of John Slelle R.iln-rt
Barr.
I nder Mad Anthony's Bauner-Jam'-s J.
Ball Naylor.
A S<r\ant of the Publie Anthony Hope
t?n Hyacinth Hill?Man F". Leonard.
Real Boys llrtiry A. Shutr.
The Pine Grove House- Ruth Hall.
Patricia at the Iun-,1. C. Smith.
Recollections of a Confederate Officer
of Staff?Gen. M ox ley Sorrel.
Wild Irinhman?F. \V. H. Crosland.
The Work of Our Hands- II. A. Mitch
ell Keays.
Zut. and Other Stories Guy Wetmore
Carry 1.
I'earl Maiden?H. Rider Hazard.
Third Floor?Books.
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ENGLISH ART OF "FRIVOLITY.
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New York Society Women Talk
"Culture*' Too Much.
From the New York Herald.
"Will you tell me one thing," said
Mrs. Harold K. tlorst, a recent visitor
of distinction from London. "Why is it
that American women refuse to 'frivol?'
L?o they think that it :s silly and a
waste of time? I have been made to
feel hopelessly unintellectual and trivial
almost everywhere I have been in New
York by the culture conversation going
on around me. There seems to be a
culture conversation fad on. You go to
culture teas, culture luncheons and
culture dinners, and the oerson who does
not look intellectual and talk culture
is openly frowned upon. We English
women simply lore 'rotting,' as we call
it, and we never think that the greatest
lion does not enjoy a little frivoling. I
know that all men lllte It and it does
not hurt any woman, however intellect
ual and clever she may be, to frivol, i
do wish they would try it. The relief
to us would he tremendous.
"I have seen a New York hostess glare
at her husband because he was 'rotting'
with me and really finding ;i sreat pleas
ure in telling me about his boyhood. All
the while the disciples of Bab:,ism, Ibsen
ism and pragnatism were adding their
little contributions to the culture conver
sation and not one had the least glim
mer of originality in it. Why not be
human, says I; be ourselves! Of course
we modern Englishwomen read, think
and study, but when we gather together
socially we amuse ourselves and each
other and wc have no silly feeling that
we have wasted time. We like frivoling
and frivoling i* a very entertaining and
delightful pastime. And I might add that
there is .lust as great an art in knowing
how to frivol as In knowing how to dis
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Farmer's Wife and Motor Car.
From the I>elineator.
You may remember a white farmhouse
where a sweet-faced, patient woman plod
ded from morning till night at tasks that
were never done. The orchard bloom
came and fell and the silver birches rus
tled in the soft winds, and she bad not
time to see these things. For the woman
In the farmhouse today it is different.
She has many modern helps in house
work. And you know what the advent
of the automobile would mean to her.
Back on the farm in the old days you
heard the head of the house say with
ttrm tinalitv to the wife timidly petition
ing to be taken to the village: You 11
hev to manage without. Horses too tired;
I'm tired. It's too much trouble to take
that long trip now." And the answer
came, with a faint flush on her cheeks:
"Hiram, do you mind when you courted
me?? You used to drli-e ten miles to my
folks' farm, even in bavin' time, and It
wa'n't no trouble then."
It has always been ln the golden sum
mer days when a woman wanted to go
to the village strawberry festival or to
the Chautauqua in the woods down at tho
po'nt. that she couldn't have a horse.
I Now the automobile never gets tired and
'she is learning to operate It herself.
Miss Mary A. Tyree. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Tyree of Amherst
county. Va.. was married to Mr. Haya
Law home.

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