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THE TIMES "Wednesday, Xov. 14, 1917, EOS WMtL&E . U L P h P 'w: ta -r TjW ftl utj& -rfip-- mil zbOOWttBMWS &D fl(D)(Dlk 5P 2M 07 EBmmd Tmoon SUdDWo HBtsHmv (DtmmO IPwismemt Wfo QS(B$B(tI T pfMlfl 'IL li.llint,liijniiliiui - - . v 1 - V i pf TWpJl." wr-l mim HIIM J. Oi E PHONOGRH PM Pay no money down $7.95 Solid Oak. Fumed. 6 ft. ex tension, 42 inch top. Other big values listed below. $16.75 SOLID OAK. 42 INCH $10.85 24.00 FUMED OAK. 45 INCH 15.50 2930 SOLID OAK. 48 INCH 19.75 3950 SOLID OAK. 54 INCH 24.45 42.50 FUMED OAK. 54 INCH 29.65 4950 FUMED OAK. 54 INCH 36.50 59.00 SOLID OAK. 54 INCH 42.50 1 Complete L High Closet $ A Combination coal and pas Range complete with high closet. 3 gas burners, 4 coal ho!es!arge oven for coal or gas; bakes perfectly. Gas connec tions free. 'tWWWHW'WIW immu.nm jm:ljHliiii:W'H'iwt wm j)p,MimiMM i;m nnm nimniiinipiiiiiniiiiii)t...iiiij. , ,i hmwumwii iiiwiiiitw,itwiiii..LiiiLuuiiL..iPiiiqiwiii"'i;j in wn ;j m..im..ir)i.i.) jut m i 1-41 mmw mi mi .i. j,.- .jai. fciii.ii., - j,h a -..,--.:,..-,-....,iL....-M..--a i i.....;-,, ..f'jf-. .i K.-iU.L.jY lliif rtLWMiirff fir -i''"1-ir"rtHifrl'1ii'"-l' --li'-i i--- V-l.. Tii ........ ...m. II t nil ui SJSE mm maim mmmm PIT KROEHLER DUOFOLDS AND 3-PIECE DUOFOLD SETS "'' ' tu a BrunsMick PHOfiJQiSiiM PH Pay no money down 7 50 Upholstered with high grade Spanish imitation leather. Quartered oak frames. Divan can be converted into full size bed on an instant's notice. Holds all bedding without it being seen. Inspect other bargains listed below. $7950 QUARTERED OAK 3 PIECE SET $59.45 87.50 GENUINE MAHOGANY 3 PIECE SET 68.75 97.75 QUARTERED OAK 3 PIECE SET 77.50 110.00 GENUINE MAHOGANY 3 PIECE SET 8S.50 145.00 GENUINE LEATHER 3 PIECE SET 105.00 185.00 CANE AND DAMASK 3 PIECE SET 143.00 $39.50 OAK OR MAHOGANY DUOFOLD BED. 44.75 OAK OR MAHOGANY DUOFOLD BED. 54.00 OAK OR MAHOGANY DUOFOLD BED. 59.50 OAK OR MAHOGANY LEATHER BED. ' 89.50 MAHOGANY CHOICE VELOUR BED. 115.00 MAHOGANY- -CHOICE VELOUR BED. .$28.75 . .34.75 . 39.65 ." 49.85 .59.50 . 79.75 ;r, - nnnnnn h mm i l ii it ii ii. - :W dh r -t $8 LOWEST PRICES LOWEST TERMS SERVICE COURTESY . N r $29- k 50 Smooth Nickeled : base-burner, large fire-pot and mag azine. Will give greater heat with less coal. Bought last year marked at last year's price. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE Rug and Drapery Department 9x12 AXMINSTERS . . $24.95 9x11 VELVETS ..... 19.95 9x12 WIL. VELVETS. $23.85 9x12 BRUSSELS .... 13.75 6x9 BRUSSELS $7.45 CURTAINS PORTIERES COMFORTS The big sales we are Laving in our Drapery Department have reduced our stock of some patterns to such an extent as to have them classed as close-outs. These patterns have been remarked at lower prices than before, so as to sell them at once. It is to your interest to inspect these lots before they J -,st r, : V: 3: 17 .65 Golden oak fin- ; isn, tz-in. top, 22x28 beveled mirror. Only one of many bargains as listed below. $26.50 OAK DRESSER. $19.85 37.50-45 IN. TOP... 26.75 39.75 MAHOGANY ....29.50 43.50 WALNUT 32.50 MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS 1 fr ?r r 40 75 Quartere Oak Jacobean Finish O William and Mary design. 48 inch top. Following are a few of hundreds of other bargains to be had. $44.50 MAH. WM. & MARY. 54 IN. . .$34.50 49.50 WAL. WM. & MARY. 54 IN. . . 37.50 59.00 MAH. QUEEN ANNE. 54 IN 44.50 69.00 MAH. 48x60 IN. TOP 59.50 69.00 WAL. 48x60 IN. TOP 59.50 11 V tOI .85 Polished Mahogany Finish. 42 -inch oval 1 top; colonial design. Tables listed below include all styles. $ 9.75 SOLID FUMED OAK $ 5.95 14.75 MAHOGANY FIN 9.85 1950 PCLISHED MAH. FIN 13.75 2450 POLISHED OAK FIN.... 18.85 24.50 POLISHED MAH. FIN 18.85 39.50 GENUINE MAHOGANY 26 ZZ rj' ibb &m if Mw tsr-vi .-.u ?i stss rri iv L'J rlat EJXaESSa EJSk3 I"! ?rt '."""i '"a4 A til p -. J.-t j Jl.ll I ffjwOTp 0PBn fflr"Tri . Aieooe LJ.iLr Saturday Evenings ' Q95 All-over upholstered Comfort Rocker r-T T rtO (5 y deep seat, broad back. Just the home otftffio QSbdo$jiy& 5,5 oak sn".:v:'::: '., ,,5 " 1050 MAHOGANY FIN. SPRING SEAT 6.C5 1750 ALL-OVER UPHOLSTERED. 22.50 ALL-OVER UPHOLSTERED. 24.75 ALL-OVER UPHOLSTERED. 12.95 14.75 18.85 .tea lLa 1 C) 2-inch posts, heavy rods and fillers, Vernis Martin finish. Notice other guaranteed Simmons beds listed: $15.45 STEEL BED. 2 IN. POST. .. .$10.95 20.00 STEEL BED. 2y2 IN. POST.. 14.75 24.50 STEEL BED. 2 OVER ALL. . . 17.50 19.50 OAK WOOD BED 12.65 2950 GENUINE WALNUT BED 16.75 39.50 GENUINE MAHOGANY BED... 22.50 o L if.il h3 CLARK l.ltt'io ?.! f.s Oorcas Hopkins, lha two- Hi .'aughter of 5rr. and Mrs. Dtria Hopkins of this place, was bur ied this iiltcrnoon at Oak Hiil c;un terv. iTfi- rtentli was caused by bronchitis TolVstnn business visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Denis Gordon of Clark, , r East Chicago frusineps transact ors. Mrs. A-ucust Iuck of Clark, was a Oary visitor. Mrs. Ernest Kaske of Indiana Iar iior. was visiting with relatives at Clark Station. Mr- T!'i'I-:i EJt Chicag.-) lira. Harry liuslns.s iransiic, Parsons of Clark, wis an Send THE TIMES to your soldier boy. Let him see how ws L LOWELL a ' left behind are backing him up. Mrs. ;S. C iJi-uta of Chicago, is vis iting- her sister. Mrs. S. L. Sanser and brollier, CliarlfS I'.elshaw. and . fam ilies. F. E. Nelson was in Cnieago yester day on business. The funeral services of George Pal mer was held today at the Methodist church at Crestoa He has been in very poor health tor soma tims and passed away at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Enii! Vailec. at Creston. Sun day night. Rev. V. I!. Ser ies of Good land, will preavh the funeral sermon. Interment will be made in the Creston cemetery. J!-s. IMsin Worley returned last eveniifsr from Hammond where she had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Charles J Mason. j The drive for the T. M. C. A. fund in this viel-mty is being carried on! with great success. The outlook is that a great deal morts than the quota for this vicinity will be raised for this gouii i'IIUSi'. Mr. Karl Hayden went to East Chi i'ago Monday to assist the Royal Xeigh Imis in prepar nsr for th! supremo aud itor. Dr. Carlson. MERRILLVILLE Bob Franze is the owner of a new piano phone. The Carnprire Girls ivill give a. play Dec. 16. The proeed3 will go to the lied Cross fund. Miss Margaret Woods js in Griffith at her sister's home, Mrs. Dr. Malm stone this week and Mrs. Manker has been practicing the Camplire Girls in her abs( nee. The Waiter F.laehh -y t'nuu Sunday dinner with Mr. ami M Goodpastor of Hammond. H. Earton spent several da j . saw, Ind., visiting relatives. The ladies raised a nice Jjitle sum of money ill this community for the Christmas Jioxes to be sent to our sol- took Clias. in War-! di. r hoys. Tin y i spect to g to Crown Foiiit and help pack them. Princlp.-il Hafley was called hy tele firam last Friday from Evanston to ho a pall hearer at one of his friend's fu neral. "William Eastman. Ho was hii instructor in aviation. He was struck: 1 a propeller that caused his death. rn't forget the box social In the auditorium of the school house, under the auspiiy s of the Carnprire Girls. Make It The Last War.