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THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department HANCOCK FIVE PREPARED TO MEET HOUGHTON TEAM LOCAL BASKETBALL QUINT WILL MEET RIVALS SATURDAY AT AMPHIDROME. Under Ito direction ol Cm dinner "' H. into, k high haskcthall ii'iim (In- members BR l!e scho .1 r tto quint have Men practicing KUlariy for the OMMM they are to play Sat urday afternoon In t t - Anggtridrome Willi tilt' MoUKllloil li'uh aehOOj live Tto loeul players have been working hard to maintain their BtaBding at tM hand at the IMaasekoiaatli league Tha HougJrton and Hancock teama Hi' 1 recently in ka North Star ton n Hancock ami the locals provad thalr aupeflerUy by tto ecore or n to ft, Tto iiiais tova alae nm the itroai Calumet team, Winning lv a margin c( mm point, By winning thaw two gaa hi thay now ton tha percent Hge column. But tha MMMdWIItlat or defeat ban not lost upon lha Hancock coach ani he has both preparing tha local team thurouthJy Wr gruelling fonteet fllgea tha last game iii- hToughton trtUU boa improved to a great ntow as wad ekaarii In th. oonteet played with tna s. r 1 team a Hancock Tuesday trolling. siioiihi iianfot-u lam tha game Sat urday M nrfH tie arlth tha Calumet the. The Houghton tram is hopcTerety ool the runnlnd rr tha ctompioaafiip and 1 his aall iw Mb last appearance In tto interacbotaottc league series Thn Hancock (Ira ."till toi another gagM with Caluaaet. No nrrartgcmcnta tore in . n completed for this game ai yet iiut it aitl to aeoeaaar) to play it in ihr mar future to determine a ho wttl hold tto tttta at the oepper eountry. Froshmen to Lake Linden. Haturday afternoon tha traobmen quint ol tha local high aehool varttl lourney to Lake Linden to play th Lake Linden high aehool team. Three teanu recently met In HKncock, the daltora winning by ctooe acorn, it. E, Angel, btatruclor la aclehee in tto high arhooL afll accompany tto team la b 1 in tin- capacity of coach, aa Coach Pedtnger will neceeeariiy tova o be proaeni at tha bbjb aehool gaaM it Houghton. PROF. WENLEY WILL LECTURE. First U. of M. Extension Course Lc: ture m Hancock March 30. Tha Brat of tto eerlea of Cnlvereity of Michigan extension coutm lectures iii to given in the Hancock high Rtoool March M by Prof. it. M. Wen lay. The BUbJeet on which Prot WTon ley wW laeture win he "Tto School In tto American Colon y,H The lecture will c cenaattat' e at 1 o'cloch and win open to tha public, no admleitoa helng cbju-gad, Bxtenalon lecturaa worn pramnted to tin public last year and are re highly succeaafui ami th adnciahi of the hhffl Hchoola in the copper coontrj decided that it would be will to tova them tins pear. Many people am knteceeted 1 into Mbjecta given by tto Michigan pmfaaaori and 11 is expected large nudlence ill greet Prof, WTenle) when la' appt'iit's in tto local high tto eaeetnbtj school March WILL BANQUET TONIGHT. in appreciation Tor their heron (' 'ort8 In Ugh ting tha hi" at tto Melaor bakery on Hhncocg itmel eome time ago, Airs Nclaan has htvMed tto Hra men to 1 eumptuoua rapper In tto A. O, H. ball thla evening1, it la necdleta to say that the Hff ightera in be right (in the job, Houghton Bremen tova iilso beefi Invited to attend m they aaalated In lighting the blaae. The Rrat mhegmal for tto Cantata to to given Good Prldafy evening by tto ehotr of the 1'iist iOngregat tonal rhurch, entitled, "Tto Bfbr) of tto Croaa," by I i 1 i 1 Duck, was held In ihe church audltortutri but! evt The m i oihI mheamal will to h ihe church tomorrow evening, Alice It. C'tmper. director of the "ill have charge ,.r the musk. mind hi .Mi hoii J. T. Mi Knine. itenerul paaacn il' nt of the Northern Paclllt railroad dtog in Hancock yoaterday. Soda Relieves Indigestion or Acid Stomach Pew si tinach Mfferera khoa thai in d I treat Ion, Sourness ami OOOM am not caueei by a kt ol dlgeatlve Julcea, ''in result always from BCldlty. iman- i"K there i.s an fexcem af hydrochloric aeld in the etonftch, which retaNbJ dl tlon and prdTjriote lot .1 fermenta" Hon. Kverythliif: tat'-.i sours in ih tomach Hhe pagtofe sours in ; can, lorminK acrid HnioN and asts which intlate the stomai li lik- to) balloon Then Wf gel a heav, liitnpv fefltad In the cheat, "e iteirh gaa and ernetate food or tova Mkartburn, water braah, blMtlng and natis. a A well known knthorltj etatea ih.ii a are In Bodadjatt tablet taken time, followed by a tuml-hr of eater instantly neutralizes theat stoma acida: Ktotis fafSentation, abeorha the ae and aweefna the entire digest!' e "'' t. He say a nm pharmm ist tan "upply a paekare of Ifl grain Hodageti tahleij, as they ai mistantly piesi rU ed tor stomach geldlty beeenee of lher barmlemneaa to the dlgf'etlve orani. '"lni i omioHfd of Soda, r.iii i nn. Par l"," ',' and Magegaaai 1 . P Adver latagai m. "OFFICER 666" BOOKED TO APPEAR AT THE KERREDGE INTERESTING PLAY WILL BE PRESENTED AT LOCAL PLAY HOUSE MARCH 21. Loral Iheaterpjugn win tova an oa portunlty to nriinam ana af Qaorga M. Cotoha popuhir ptaya, "Ottoer Mi'' at the Kerredgc ttoatre, March 11, whoa tha pat) a 111 to 1 roMntod bj ana r the beat comganieg on the road. Tha Prod t ion 1 . 1 ktea tc beat aeen here in veins That the tastes ol th amuaemenl seekers in leaning atom and mm Jt a fan teal nature, i nearly every ATM of one of tto lara a 1 in v A near ice are toward plays 1 tto toUef f theatrical pro out era. The imiiiii wain to to amu.s- ed lather than instrmted. is tto way they hgura tto situation, ami tto pree ant .season would seem to bear out this assertion. Take the hits of thd New York emga during tha past se.i aon. Ninetv par cent of them wart musical tarns, comadjy lira ma a. artalght farem or muaical piava. all I'Onatructed "Pii tto one idea to r re ate btughter. "ir you hava a pte) that haa ioti Comedy lines and sit ua l i. ms.'- ihe say lo WOUld be authors, "I. t a reatl il h' It iiiiitains hiiulii llnml 11 1... spud ami allien if it is clean. In sli"rt. f il has a punch 111 it we Will produce it for .sou." in -1 tfBcer ;;; is found farce th it contains all theaa deaimblc attiibutea. it was written by Auguatln Mac 1 iugh, an author heretofore unknown to faax as a playwright. That, however, need not count agalnai Mr, MacHugh, A man need not be tto author of long xtriiiK of hits to be aide to pro- lime one more. fs the lirst one that mints. After thai to ma add to J 1 1 -atrhtg as fast as he is aide to mm thei it ;ei them produced too, 't l,e lirst wiites one success. "Officer tiiiii" la a id title, Tm "I me pwy const It utes tift- per cent "f its attract iveness. tin,, of the lirst problema iii.t Oeorge M, Cohan peeka to aoiva arhep he has .1 phsj idea is an attractive title, ami lew im n In t lit branch of human endeavor tova toon more situ coedfttl In their ielac tlona than haa thla famous young au- tht r. HANCOCK REPRESENTATIVE NAMED FOR DECLAMATIONS RUPERT ANTHONY SELECTED BY JUDGES IN PRELIMINARY CONTEST LAST NIGHT. Rupert Anthonj was selected by the judge of tin- prellmtnar) dechunatton tontest. held in the aaaembl) room if the high eel 1 building last evening, to mpreaenl Hancock In tto aubdla- trict declamation cOUteOt to to hehi n the Calumet IiIkIi school April S, Nine atudenta were entered In tto prelim Ingrj oonteat ia.st night and there was such a wealth of exMllent material that tto Judgea, roaalatlng ol .Mrs Al lien W. Qugndt, Noranan i. Btarretl and .Mrs. W. II. Dodge, bad a difficult time in determining just who the rep resentative of the local school would to. Rupert Anthony was Dually awarded tirst place after the Judges had cheek ed off tto number of points given to each one. he winning Py a narrow margin over Brick Regner. Third place was fciven to Pearl ( il.son. The decla mation given by Mr, Anthony was en titled. Daniel 1 r'Connell." in case Mr. Anthonj- la anabtc to represent the local school for niiy un- foreamh reason, Brick Regner will a t as alternate. inning the evening tto chlldrdn of the grgdje schools entertained the larKt' crowd gathered at the aehool with folk dances. The tlames were execut 1 varj cleverlj bj tto little ones ami the chrouaM were very pretty. The following Htlldents were entered in the program last evening?: "Daniel O'Conneir- Rupert Anthony. The New South' Brick Regner. 'ha rat til f Napoleon" Pearl 1 toon, 'Ttmssaint Bennetta, "The Cross "Touaaa Inl St titt. "Reply i" !.' uv rrture Will. cl t if t iold" Louise L't haverture" Mill. Pi II. iv m Wllbert Ben- 'Murder ol Lo ejoj Ai tin Tru tt. Hancock's repreaenlatlve In tto ora torical oontMt htH not been eelet ted as yet, In the near futtin- one of the students entered in the oratorical- will lie chosen to represent the local school. The Bub-dldtrtel orattirieul contest will he told tto evening t April in tto Kei radge theater. . HANCOCK BREVITIES. Mm. Richard wtllla is recoverlnd from an operation she recently ursler Went at St Joseph's hospital Thiei Rotortoto baa returned front . nse. where he attended the funeral of his father, the late Imm an Robert son, on Mucataj M r lohn Mt Lean ot I. Anse spent yeatarda) arlth friends in Hancock, foerph Pi nil h-nnl to Mwrajketfe yai tarda y on biialneM. The Lad lea1 Bevel choir is arranging' fr a hiff concert id take plate tin evening of April I la the Plnnteh i.u 1 1' 1.1 n c bench, The regular monthly moating of the Ladled Industrial society of the CoaV iiegailntol churefi aill he held teener"- r, w afn rnoi n at the home of Mrs W. ,v Burriti fn Qulnkj rtreet, Tto meetlni nHI Dooemenee at j;30oi", u, 'LOOK OUT FOR THE CARS 1 nhleafOi 111. March lit A ataa lot uniformity in 1. iilio.nl crossing m;i: throughout tto country is oaj al lb principal BMttera to be pan entered at nit- Afteenth annual convention of ibt AaMrlcan Railway Engineering aaau elation, which began in this city wltl an attgadanca rapraeeatlg tha loading ratlroada t ihe United st.ii..- and t'.tnatia. Advocate! o tto plan for it 1 1 i t' i 111 crossing signs content, that it will recoil in granlat eafet) and economy. N0TA6LE ADDITIONS TO THE STATDARY HALL OF FAME Continued Trorr first Page. with a good deal of deliberation, lie,, taken advantage of the invitation , tended by Congmoc. Among tto krel to respond was Massachusetts, vv hlctl placed in the hall statues of John Winthroi. lirst Kuverimr of the colo ny which settled on what is now Ma sai buaetta ground, and Bamuel Adams, who was prominent in the agitation which brought about tto Ravolutlonari War. Virginia is rapieeente J tleorge Washington, nisi pmaldmt of tto ITnlted states, ami Robert K l.ee. com inander of tto i 'onfederate army. The New York statues in tto hall o'' lame are i hose of (ieorne t'linton, gen eral in the revolution, lirst governor I New fork all, twice vice presiilelll ... the United states, and Robert it. Liv ingston, member of the Continental Congrem and a member of tto com mittee that drafted tto Declaration of Independent e, Illinois is thus tar Ihe only Stat. ' I honor thtt memorv of a woman by placing her statue in Siatuary Had The woinan thus honored was the la e MPs Prancea B, Milliard, founder of the Woman's Chrkftbtn Temperance Union, The other statue placed la th.- hall hv tto slate of Illinois is that of Janus Shields, a noted civil war gen eral and United Slates senator. Statues Now In Hall. Among tto otin-r statues now In tha bah are those of Bthan Allen of Ver mont, known to histon as Ihe hero of Tlconderoga; Stephen r Austin f Texas, a leader in t lie mov ement for Texan Independence; Jamea A. iiai BeM of Ohio, preeident af tto United states Daniel Uabater ..r New tiamp shire, senator ami secretar) of stai . OHyer P. Morton, tovernor of Indiana during the civil war: Lewi Michigan, soldier, statesman lomat; John Haneot president of t he i 'out In Pare Marquette, sent mlaalonary, priest ami pi ter Gabriel Muhlenburv van la, a noted soldier in the revoii tlon and later United Ktates aenatoi RlCtard Stockton of New Jersey, aagner of tto Dachsmtloa of Ittdepei denoe; Roger Williams of Rhode la ami. founder of the colony. Thomi Hart Benton of Miaaouri, for man yearn a ronopicuoua figure in ti United states Senate; u ha ties Cairo of Maryland, a atgner of tto Deehtra tlon of Independence ; J. 1.. M, Curi of A la tMUna. noted as a statesman an educator: Nalhaniel Qfeane of Rhol Island, a general in the revolutlul Sam Houston of Texas, who fought I the Independence of Texas. John . Iiik.iHs of Kansas. L'nited state- sei a tor; VPUIIam Kjngi Rrat governor 1 Maim- John B. Kenna of Wesl Vim nia. United States senator. Ragt Sherman of Connecticut, a sinner the Declaration of Independent 1 Kramis ll. Plat pout, lirst governor 1 West Virginia; John stark of Be Hampshire, one of the heroes of U) mVOlUtiOn; Lew Wallace of Indian famous soldier and author. Phtlll Kearney of Mew Jeraey, famous sol dier, ami Robert Pulton of Pannaylva ma. who made the lirst auccemft teamboal MUSTEROLE A Magic Ointment for Neuralgia Bade that throbbing pain, that spin -tin headache hi a twinkling arlth h little MU8TEROLE. Try I his dean. w hite ointment (made with oil of muatard), today. Mil lions have, fonnd it a marvelooa raBef. Millions use It now instead ol the old time moatard pknatcr. for they kiH.w M I'STKIti iLL iloi s n..t Mister an old -lime mustard Masters thd. Lest III Sole Throat. I '.ft ill. hit I . CTOUg, Still Neck. Asthma, Ncui.iki.i, i oimest ion. I'leuiisv. Kheiimatlam, Lniiitolti. Palna and Achea ot tto Back or Jointa, Bpralna, Bore Must it s, Cruises. Chilblain, KYoeted hVeL Cokfa ot the Cheat tit prevent! Pnjeu monla t. At rour dmgglat'a, In 25c ami .".a. Jam, a ii. I a special large hospital sio for $2.50. pt no subet'.tute II' due. an not inmpfy yen, semi Ma t , the Mt'SfKIti LK lompan and, i iMo, a ml we will mail v i i ostae prepaid. weiist.i. in. in St.. Be a jar. Rufth York City A savs .an iduhiv recommend Muatero to any ne rafferini ii om Beui a coUl la th. In ail." O'. KATHLYN 2ND INSTALLMENT LYRIC THEATER LAURIUM SUN. AND MON. MARCH 15-16. I'ent.svl- 111 PiUW WILSON TO PICK NEW COUNSELOR Bryan to Have no Voice in Sel ecting Moore's Successor Maahirgton, March of stale Bryan 1 not t to name the suci i MOV ol Moore, coonaalor of the naenL Prealdonl Wilson will - Bet ret 1 1 . i permitted John Bnaaati itatt depart il Cl I he M v c is. !.i liimself. II w ill lie a man I of llplomnttc experience, iv hose e pu- tat ion throughout Ihe c auiti v w ill he a guarantee or hfa afeHit) to diactorge the duties aaalgnad to the thief as alatanl to ihe tot Mint) ot state Il is eertair that John land. th. pmeent'a special eoanmbwionei to Me ico, will not yet the appointment. It will go to man like Willi, ai R, Rot It hill, a Democrat, who hail .1 Imix ... reer In tto diploaaatlc eervlee rininu from secretary of legation to ambanaa dor to Turkey, and set viii- 111 the de partment aa chief clark and aeeietanl SCI ' t ifV. Realdea nnmlng the counaelor tto preeident purpoaeo to have a good deal to my .dsn with reference He I tor lor the department. 1 ama 1 acant as a reault eeptanc of foeejh w. PoU Bltlon Of counsid for th. commerce commission. Before this a ppuiBinu nt it v.as the undcratandlni tha was Pecretarj Brydn'a choi nfllt v 1 ate. I hv Mr. Moor. . Men! tiitl not believe Mr, Pa ex petit requisite, for tto of the dutiea 'f the oounaeb to the tn. This poBl of the ac of the ,o- Intemtate was matle t Mr. Polk ' ce tor the I The , s- ! Ik had tile! d lac barge I rehlp. Mr 03 1 8 82 NG THE LITTLE CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO m WE KNOW APPRECIATION SOME SPLENDID BARGAINS FROM OUR DRY GOODS SECTION. t lept having the wi wide a populai Tan. I.. Light I till Hie i tie t mile Is a sheer SUN minute crepe effect In ce. it collies H inches I In an assortment I I o!ors such ns Bran . nder, Bed, 'openhagen, e. Nary, Bone, etc. Thl i v ei j popular for spring ami sum m regular!; ft per yard wear thlnmi. i.'.c yard, sai. Sells prle , 25f GINGHAMS AND CHAMBRAYS 2,006 pit nants of 'tomhra) hams in I shades of IM nk and .as of Mill Bl good plain i and strip. II staple color Bern .lured i fine, -t hi ee enter, Wide . pel' Or Blut Lav Inchei Prl . in w n. J . and worth IJ'jt 32 INCH MADRAS. Verj skirts, neat il groundi pretty deaimble for esses, etC, c liana rack ai on WMch are ilored stripes i waist s. lines, in white worked i either Begul ir ir narrow widtha. a vartl PORTIERS AT HALF RPICE. About i elude it' tiientals pairs In all w hit h in da, Greene, Browne, in silk plush. colour I el I.. .I woo and tapestry, no pa In alike therefore we of this bio. price eiutliiK f"r tw . Far gUlCh riddance. Kornn r prlcea . ..', . aa I to liSJkJ n o HALF PRICE WALL PAPER AT HALF PRICE This assortment eontelne a la rate rartet.t of brotoa pattern otitis and ends, w hi. h are deslr aide ft i Bed Booma, Mai; Ufa -Dinlnn Rinima, etc. it yoa tovi .me or two looms that Heeds pa perinu tins sale ofters um a ra I . oppoi t ohm v lo pure ha ae at savina of Jual half former prln Wall Pawn Dept. Third n G.Jmi't...llL"i .... AJfl, v .-sr i-s n.. i y! T-. i .'-'i iM ' . nrn If ugat b Mr. Uryan i REPORT IN GREAT LAKES POLLUTION, WILL NOW SEEK REMEDY FOR IT Detroit, Mi' h , March u ' national joint H alei vva s in session here ofttehsU) Tin later nmaaiaeii m elved and slmied the reMUi of so altar) experts goeai examins m nt waterwayi who mailt, baeterlologaea tions of :;o,iiuu mmptw ..t of the (ireal Lakes ami nm-. 1 Ina I IV CIS. The report -hows ih. Detroit river is the most badly polluted stream in t he entire 1 tola. " According to tto report . lasted bj tto pommlealoa today, we found the pollution starts as far l,.e k as Rata) river," saui Chairman Tawne) tonight, "The watera ot st. Marya river, Bt. Clair river, Lake st flair Detroit riv er, Niaaaia river, hoth ends of Luke Ontario an, 1 the St UWftmc river an badly polluted, while the pofltttion i-v-lemls as far as ten and HftCOn miiea oat in the lakes." ' I liis report.' lie rontlauer, "la the lirst half af the work of the . lint 1 an - th- mission m regard to pettutiea of waiers ,,f the Qraat Lakes Th. and trUl to to Bnd .1 remed) tor ,t the meeting of the commissi,,,, 1, heltl in W'HshiiiKton April 7 will ! I.e for the purpose of formulating a plan action." Buffalu' diatrii t has h 1 ial Kolk iv.is i,r, th e 1 tnu ut. Adf HIIVI Ask 'wur doctor about Avers Pills. rT . " Ask him if he advises you to keep this family laxative in the house. He knows the action of these pills, and can wisely advise you. Take them or not. as he directs! Ayer's Pills have been sold for over 60 years. For constipation, biliousness, sick-headache, indigestion, dyspepsia. j ' . V EtA m. . i:ssV-rv Z v av" ; . i rxc :i -tiSZlAat ! 'PJ4HS' r-u Wfc The Actual Value ol S. The Actual Value of S & H, Premiums to Every Home in Calumet THERE IS NO DOUBT IN OUR MINDS BUT THAT HUNDREDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. WHO HAVE BEEN SAVING S. & H. GREEN TRAD I NO STAMPS. AND HAVE OBTAINED THE VALUABLE PREMIUMS FOU WHICH THEY ARE EXCHANGED THOROUGHLY REALIZE THE SAV GREEN STAMPS MEAN TO EVERY ONE VISIT TO OUR S. & H. PREMIUM PARLOR WILL REALLY COM VI NCI ONE THAT S. & H. PREMIUMS WILL SUPPLY EVERYREA 00 A 1 LE NEED OF EVERY HOME AND THAT BY CONCENTRATING - S TRADE WHERE S. & H. STAMPS ARE GIVEN ONE CAN SAVE A30UT i PER CENT OF THE MONEY SPENT. OF NO MORE HONEST WE COULD OFFER YOU OR SUBSTANTIAL EXTRA FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. TWO STAMPS TOMORROW FOR ton fabric h w itle welts. i v un Ilia t llleh rial in a variety iis Tan and BlUC ti strtpea. a n ,c for, d Ulai k alar PERCALES. End Lengths which tan 1 v d. up to 19 v ds. and arc t he piece mil v . Begula r ; price 1J ' c ) a nl. Price ir,1 r WHITE CAMBRIC. Mill from sold I aeillnt per ( I'ine wide in van Is i the vat at only rhlte rambrie n m. h t Mill Bad lengths. I lo i I' ll, worth regularly See . Now Koiln; b) the pie "e per Ml IK Cloth, I in! leagthi Inches wide In anil is t he xa. t been paying 13a m;ll t yard foi Prlct X III if A L ROYAL SOCIETY FINISHED PIECES GO INTO THIS SALE HALF REGULAR PRICE. Back and ever) piece left over rkaaed out to make room Boi our 1914 aeeortmente, Bverj piece offered is hand made from the tinest malt t nils and are mah) worth three time the prices we n..w aak foi tin m Tto lot contains center pieces, collars. Ithratl scarfs, shirt iiaas. pillow s, nl. ions, ho ml has. collar i.aas. aprons, drmaiag a q tea, 1Mb dreaam Ki monos. Waists, (mi trays. e, .. el . Make yoUt sele. Hons lew at HALF PRICE. GLASS BLOCK STORE CO CALUMET. (CkX MICHICAN ' 9VWLafJ - DOUBLE STAMPS TOMORROW. FIND RELICS IN U OF M.RUBBISH Banners of First Mich, and Class 71 Lost Many Years A nu knows t hel e, Villi how hill . Mich . March i-' Bo lutiK they had been d Haturdas univerait) eials ie. m ihe i building 'tied from .1 pile of ml. Is! aeatem ot 1 he adnilalat 1 1 of the univerkaty two . United states gaga one of vv to. h wys tin banner of the first t Coops, ami t he ot hi t ml t w it aa nnei a, tattered and tm 11 Michigan state "I w hit h v. as 1 !,. clam banner of Iffi, Tin- CBwt, a Mae neid with elahoret painting! covering Ita 1.0 e. vas amnt thing over six feet square, and will 1 sent either to the capital at Lansin for their collect Ion . or elae loaned 1 the n. it. societx bete. The ether, thoiuh amatler, is n less el ihorate. Th" . lass of TJ v ;1 President 1 1 . R Hut. bin's ehtl and he w.i- rhtm orator that day. 1 I 'i 11t1 carrv the Punnet '' he wftu sosket and ajadek came 'he a nearer, 1 did no 1 was trembling too much to have ear lied it f they had offered it 1.. mm At th- m Xt n union of the I l .s. '71 the .lass banner will have il place In 1 he feath h lea, iCTf-V HOME. EVERY DIME IN CASH YOU YOU CAN BUY THE BAEV A CUTTER AND A CUTTER ROBE AT VERY SMALL COS"-. $3.98 CUTTERS FOR 12 Bod lea at araen nk el) painted in a dar pollened and finish wood. Mrong ag ed ail hard an well bnfl! and ::.'.in. Price . . worth reguhirl $2.25 Here is a Im of IS cutters Pi he i hated out at deeply cut prlcea, Bvery i utter is well hulli from hard wood lumber. eii tin- letod In either vhite. Mile or black, upholstered seat, and hat k.j aellina reguwriy at HJR. Tto go int.. this saie at .sr.iMi BABY CUTTER ROBES GOING AT HALF PPlCT. Mere, now, is an opportunity to buy the hah.v a . uller foto at less than the cost of makitta an I von tan eheawa from either I pure white or a equirrel fur the lmt t teat room ever brought to tow ii. There are .adv a few left so it win pay you to i note mi Ij I.. . a ns,- at i he eavlnga they'll not last Ions;. Kornierlv $4 ,M and to fit 18 foi HALF PRICE. '..-,'.' i from last aprtnk!a must DOUBLE STAMPS TOMORROW . m A Shine In Every Drop! let ibaohi 1 L'ct ! t. U.M. 'i Black Silk Stove PoJish rj DON'T THROW IT AWAY! fjCVERYTHtNG YOU HAVE ABOUT THE PREMISES IS SALBLE. fS0M E BODY WANTS IT MANY PEOPLE ARE READING THE NEWS EVERY DAY. THEY HAVE MONEY WITH WHICH TO BUY WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL. DON'T PUT IT AWAY SELL IT NOW. riTHE THING WILL FIND BUYERS. DON'T YOU FEAR. PHONE 209. PREMIUNJ I to S3 w W w oi vi w Pel m PQ P3 SPEND SOME VERY SPECIAL VAL UES FOR MEN. Regular $1.00 Neckt.es for 75c. lien 's a a aaw i Itnent i d prt all silk ties .ii hoth plain cdms and Bgared effe ta fogr-ln-tond styles and splendid raluea h I i.oe Bal 7I" 75c TIES FOR 50c. ai: ell style-. silks a regulat I; .ut - In-hand ami soli 1 Which sell 50- . . .1 s Prict SJ1.C0 AND $1.50 SHIRTS FOR 75c. Spi.M i plain. i.i gradi Bgured ittaefaed rated at ami Wt stv all 144 stav 9. ft WHITE SHIRTS GOING AT An aeeortmenl i dered shirts in w b become sotnf w hat eome hat e 1 n all handling. Qua IK Irs tonne,' prtyca et 91.60. Choice now CLOSING OUT MEN'S CLOTHING. L'vsr aarme make room for must m ither gro :;;'-"" ' S290.S i ft2C .62 2s . I S. I . 1 1 . ei - 1 1 sio .50 s 1 1 .nr. HALF PRICE. Holt fell hats al HALF PRICE. H I -in. ss Its at HALF PRICE Roya trverroata il HALF PRlCT 50 AT HALF PRICE. e Tans. Pinks an 1 popular ana . : at 12 1. $ I c. PR i C L RATH RUGS in the i 't at Ltd 111 tWO sell i , itularl) HALF uL I