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Next Monday/®^Is The Day To Swap Again!
* m ' Warn * A ^ FOR THE 4TH I Vh All Wool Bathing Suits— In time for the 4th of L*1 July, as low as V-* Children's sizes, AQ^, up 1 to 5 tJl Genuine Cannon TERRY ROBES— Q1 Ladies' Children's 69c Men's $1.79 COVERT WORK SHIRTS —blue, tan and /IOf1 gray T^t/V k LEWIS , UCPdRTMENT STORt DON'T SAY THESE FIRMS DIDN'T GIVE YOU WARNING Before Trade Day arrives in August, prices of commodities will he from 10 to 25 per cent higher than thev will he this week-end and next Monday, which is Trade Day for July. Wires and letters every day teil of sharp advances in all lines. HELP YOURSELF by stocking up now on what you'll need a month or even a year from now. WANTED—FRYERS AND HENS 2-1 b Colored Fryers. Heavy Hens, lb i-UL ib Other Fryers Acjordins to Grade Buy Flour and Foods Before Prices Advance More We have alreay had three or lour advances and are expecting more—not to mention the l\ per cent sates tax due July 1st. BRITTAIN PRODUCE COMPANY 602 Seventh Ave. E. Hendersonville, N. C. Public Benefit Sale HAS BEEN EXTENDED to INCLUDE TRADE DAY Beat Uncle Sam's Inflation Prices Men's White Caps, with heavy leather sweat for sale only 2000 Yds. Dress Goods, —includes Mesh Cloth, Voile Piques, Voiles, Dotted Swiss and other materials— 1 (\n yard J.«/v Men's All Wool Sport Flannel Coats,—belted and plain backs; $7.95 Special at band. Special value. Ladies' Silk Rayon Mesh Hose ( first 1 quality), pair lvv mk Fine Broadcloth Prin cess Slips, each Visit Every Department of Our Store Ladies' Pure Silk (solid color pastels) and Eye let Embroidery Dresses Covert Cloth WASH PANTS, in stripes and solid colors. The vogue for summer is Cotton Dresses. One lot voiles, piques, 2-pc. linene suits; seersucker, organdies; actual values to $1.95 __ Pair Rayon Ankle' >, pair Raw Silk Taffeta, yard BY SISTER MARY I NK.\ Service Writer INHERE is probably no one in [ the world who doesn't like a picnic. If you want to make your (auiily happy, plan plenty of mei'.ls J, fresco this summer. If you can't go on regular old fashioned picnics in th»* country, »t least try to eat out-t>f-doors oc :asionally. A table on I lie porch. In the backyard or on the front lawn will sutlice. Hating out-of-doir< seems to a'jet lagging appetite Children, kvho otherwise wouldn't eat a ' thing, will often be tempted by the food served at a picnic. The fresh air, combined with the feeling of excitement which always sur rounds a picnic, does Ihe trick! Heated FoUds Appreciated There is a long list of foods which are synonymous with pic nics. Salads, sandwiches, cookies and cakes are four ot them. Hut, if you intend to serve many meals in the open air. your menus should vary. A whole summer of cold salads, meats and sandwiches just won't do for a family with grow ing children. Thermos bottles, casseroles which are air-tight and stay hot, and Tireless cookers will be valuable investments if you take picnicking seriously. Of course, If you are packing a picnic basket and actually intend going into the country, cold dish es, sandwiches and things easy to park are your best bet. I It is well to have adequate I equipment. A supply <>t" paper I plates, tin cups, silverware whic'.i I won't i:\rnish and largo >heets of I oiled paper are a few things you I need. It you broil steaks on your I picnics, g«-t a wire broiler which | lets no over I be ooeii lire. Tomorrow's .Menu IJItKAKF'AST: Stewt-d apri cots, cooked repeal, cream, white lo-ist. coffee, milk. U NTIIKON : Vegetable sal ad, cream cheese sandwiches, orange Bavarian pudding, t^a, rn i 1 k. KlNN'Kli: Baked pork chops stulfed with bread dressing, fresh string beans, lettuce sal ad with Kreuch dressiii:;, corn muMlns, fresh fruit, coffee, in ilk. ■ Prepare as many things as you can the day befjre you plan (ft go Bui aloes for salad can be boiled l!ie day before. Then, a couplt hours before you arc ready to leave, all you'll liyve to do is diet them, add the otfier ingredients, wrap the bowl in oiled paper and pack in the basket. Mixed Vegetable Salad A mixed vegetable salad is a deviation from (lie traditional po tato salad always found at picnics. Here's the way to make it: To one cup each of cooked green peas, carrots and string beans, add three tablespoousful each of chop ped onions, radishes, celery, green pepper, cucumber and tomato. Mi.\ them lightly with mayonnaise tc which has been added a dash ol fresh lemon juice. Arrange the salad on a bod of hearts of lettuce in a deep bowl, cover the top with oiled paper, tie it on securely and park in the basket. Sandwiches for picnics should be of the variety which are not juicy. In the first place, too moist fillings will soak into tae bread and, secondly, they'll drip and ruin the Hollies of I he. ijirnickers Specials For Saturday And Monday (Trade Day) PURINA FLY SPRAY 98 Per Cent Kill (20 per cent more than other leading sprays) Special in Bulk 75c qt 24 Pet. rurina Cow Chow The best milk producer —and the cheapest in the long run. $2.15 cwt Regular price $2.25 Ask us about other savings on farm supplies. Don t t>nnlo/<( tr% incnprf nilf IinP f»C J. I. CASE FARM IMPLEMENTS SHELTON & KING FOURTH AVENUE EAST Vltwnc. O ( 'AWiVWAV I Profitable feeds for livestock and poul try. They lou er your cost of production and mane \ou more profits. PRICES HERE ADVERTISED ARE EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Sum mer's ) When You k Need Extra I>1VJ 1J. V XIX Thick double 1Q hrry ones that J «/ v ury you on in a m C. ! Bll\' Jl.li'.' Bag These $ Bags* Stunning! lQ/» Grained/ r*7v W hitei Summer beauties! In inc new string culor, tool Splendid fit tings! Rayon lined throughout! Damp rag wipes them spotless! PRINTED FROCKS ihat knoK how to be "different"! The prints are different, for one thing—just 1 little gayer/ newer, sn.iarter than the ones you see around. And the styles — young, wearable, vivacious Sports styles, —you'll want half a dozen], street types, with sleevelet capes, \<§r)\ v£ and tiny sleeves! rur 1VUS3C3 aim Women! %.98 All the Popular Hot Weather Materials! MEN'S COLLAR-ATTACHED SPORT end DRESS SHIRTS Pre-Shrunk Materials MESH OXFORD CHAMBRAY End-to-End MADRAS FEATHER-WEIGHT CLOTH Roomily cut! Expertly tailored! Ample fullness where needed! Perfect "collar tit"! Quality ocean pearl buttons! Superb value at 93c — but you'd better stock up NOW! WH1TBS—in all materials. Blues. Tans. Greys. Cre«n. Peach. And others! Splendid Wearing Rayon Flat Crepe AM the sheen of quality sttw. • « though it's really a long-wearing rayon ... and a real "by/* af this low price! 49 e yd Super-Value! MEN'S •KERCHIEFS Good quality—nice soft fin ish ! Hemstitched edges I Buy lots of them at this sav ings! i Women's 'Kerchiefs All fine, white with carefully hemstitched edges I Hurry for vnnr full share I Real spotlight values! si Three Cheers for SHEERS! alined You'll be thankful! You'll be joyful —for Jhese gay, cool sheers at such a low-price! Voiles, batistes, dimities, lawns ... in the prettiest. smartest patterns and colors I