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Miss Nekla Moffat, tMrs. Efel G Al<l*-r- )
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NEW MEXICO RATIFIES
SUFFRAGE; 32D STATE
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Company to maintain
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POSLAM VITAL
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FROM ECZEMA
If you bave ecaema. your prompt uai.
of IV. Kin in may mean all the difference be
tween Immediate cSiutort ami a long period
of Itching dletrei*«
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to wbat a high «tute of efflolulicjr this re
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concentrated. Sbort treat meut safllec
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because we're mighty fortunate to secure the values in today's market., Freshness
is the keynote of their charm and when you look over this assortment, you will note
the clever innovations the spring season has brought out.
WOMEN'S COATS in Camel's Hair, Polo
Cloth, Heather, Jersey, Tweeds, Silvertones
and all the staple shades. Here is your oppor
tunity to buy the smartest spring coats, at prices
that absolutely cannot be duplicated again.
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Silvertone, Tweeds and Yalama Cloth. With-i
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vestment of exceptional saving. You will find,
thenî expressing excellent style and chicness^ÿ
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SPRING DRESSES in Tricotine, Serge, Taf
feta, Georgette and Satin. Many with Crepe ■
de Chine and Georgette combinations. This 1
group gives a delightful range of choice in the |
ready-to-wear frock. I
We will offer many taffeta dresses which I
predominate this season's style. Taffeta always!
impresses one with its crisp newness and you!
will find these dresses in styles of square neckj
bodices, belts in Roman stripe effects, puffs at!
hips, and the novel pleated treatments. The K
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r-* with a few of the lighter shades for afternoon R
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sortment of spring skirts in plain and plaid
(all-wool), accordion and plain pleated.
$10 $25
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Floor Coverings, Draperies, Rugs,
etc., Arethe Lowest in Wilmington
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prices are available. Our offerings in this second floor department give you an ex
cellent assortment, at prices that will soon be higher. Take advantage NOW.
Tapestry Brussels—We have a great assortment of all grades. $27.50,
$35.00, $40.00. Some dealers ask 50% more. Size 9x12.
Velvet Rugs—9x12, seamless, $40.00. $55.00, $70.00 and $90.00. These
prices are very low, compared with others.
Axminster Rugs—Seamless and seamed, 9x12, at $45.00
citv at $65.
Other rugs at $50.00, $55.00, $60.00, $70.00, $75.00.
Royal Wiltons, 9x12. Plenty of patterns and every one a pretty one. ,$93.75,
$ 100 , $115. Values to $160.
A complete assortment of smaller sizes at comparative prices.
STAIR CARPETS.
We are showing a number of pat- j
terns at $1.50, $2.00, $2.75 a yard.
MATTINGS.
Only the best gradej, a good assort
ment of colorings. By the roll, 50c a
yard; to cut. 60c a yard.
MATTING RUGS
Japanese all over and plain LCD if ci
with prettv borders. February price,
$6.00.
Cocoa Mats—Extra quality, $2.75.
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A New Assortment of Those
ARTAMO
CARPET SWEEPERS AND VACUUM
CLEANERS.
Embroidery Package*.
These packages of articles to be em
broidered are well-known for the high
standard of excellence maintained
through the use of best valued mate
rials, beautiful designs and color sug
gestions. Our present stock includes j
stenciled designs for almost any want. I
Carpet Sweepers, $4.50 and $5.25.
Vacuum Cleaners, $9.00, $11.00,
$13.00 and $22.50.
RUBBER STAIR TREADS
6x18, $ 1.00 dozen, 10 c each
9x18, $1.50 dozen, 15c each.
Rubber Door Mats, 65c and $1.50
each.
Wire Mats, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00.
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in These Beautiful Spring Materials
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"home"—a place where you can
do pretty much as you please. You
can come in here and look at our
merchandise any time you wish,
whether you buy or not, we're
always glad to show the goods;
the rest is up to you.
If you do buy you are the
one who decides what satis
faction should mean.
Our success is based on satis
fied customers and to hold pa
tronage we cheerfu'ly give satis
faction to every purchaser.
This is your store—wait
for your friends here—use
this convenient corner store
for an appointment center.
We mean that, the more we
do for you, the more you'll
like to come here. And the
more you come here the bet
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A large range of beautiful printed and figured voiles In neat and at
tractive patterns, in all color combinations. These new spring materials
are just the «»roper thing for summer dresses. All we ask is that you let
: us show you these patterns.
White organdie, batiste, mcr
| cerized chiffons, voiles and luna
lawns; serviceable as well as
pretty. 36-ihch width.
Materials for dainty and ser
viceable^ underwear, such as
bat.ste, "nainsook and long cloth.
Only a limited quantity to be sold.
Special for Saturday in 12-yard
lengths, pieces
59 c $1.25
The Smith Zollinger Co.
$ 5,50
FOURTH & MARKET STS.
Voiles in georgette crepe pat
terns.
Barred muslin and pajama
checks. Per yard
89 c, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75 ^ §2.50
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The action Is taken at the Instance
of the chamber of commerce, whose
members fear, It Is a question of tin
Jitney or th>- trolley Vissing out. They
favor the trolley company.
All Want Ads relative to women'*
occupations will receive attention te
day and prosper.

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