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BOATS HIE SENT
TO 11 REFUGEES
English and German Ves
sels Go On Quest; Shell
Sets Oil Barge Afire.
Galveston, Tex, May S One hun
dred American refugees living along
the Tamesi river, about 60 miles from
Tampico. are in peril, and English and
YOU CAN'T BRUSH OR
WASH OUT DANDRUFF
The Simplest and Quickest
Way Is To Dissolve It.
The onlr sure iray to get rid of
dandruff Is to dissolve It then you
destroy It entirely. To do this, get
about four ounces of ordinary liquid
an-on; apply it at night when retiring;
use enough to moisten the scalp and
rub it in gently with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning
most if not all of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more appli
cations will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy, every single sign and
trace of it, no matter how much dan
druff you may have.
Tou will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look
and feel a hundred times better.-
If you want to preserve your hair,
do bv all means get rid of dandruff.
for nothing destroys the hair more
auicklv. It not only starves the hair
and makes it fall out. but it makes it
stringy, scraggly. dull, dry, brittle and
lifeless, and everyone notices it. You
cin get liquid arvon at any drug store.
It is inexpensive and never fails to do
the work. Advertisement.
German launches-have been sent up the
nver to bring them to the American
warships anchored in the outer harbor
off Tamplco. This was learned from
the refugees brought here from Tam
pico on the torpedo boat destroyers
Kiusset and Preston and released from
Fighting between the federals and
rebels continued intermittently at
Tampico. said the refugees, and during
an engagement last Wednesday shells
struck an oil barge belonging to the
Waters Pierce Oil company and ex
ploded, setting fire to the barge.
GO TO COLORADO
Chattanooga, Tonn, May 2. In ac
cordance with orders from the war de
partment to proceed to the strike lone
in Colorado, three squadrons. IS troops
of SSS men of the 11th cavalry, under
command of Col. Jas. Ixxttetr. entrained
today at Fort Oglethorpe for Trinidad.
MEXICAN" COXSUr. RHl'LACED
ix office bv nr.Ysici.nr
Tucson, Ariz.. May 4. Dr. G. R. Ser
vin. who has been appointed by the
Huerta government to replace Juan A.
Mateos as consul at Mexlcali, Mex,
has gone to Mexlcali to take up his
duties. Dr. Servin has been practicing
medicine here. He has been consist
ently known as a friend and sympa
thizer of the Huerta administration in
Mateos was charged with having
been implicated in the execution f
two American citizens and the wound
ing of a third in Mexicali, January 1.
1914, after being assured by the Amer
ican customs authorities that they
were in no danger. An hour later, as
they were crossing the main street
they were fired on by Mexican sol
diers. The wounded man gave in
formation that he believed Mateos re
sponsible. Mexico City, after several
requests, finally obtained his resigna
tion. It was claimed that Mateos or
dered the Americans shot, claiming
they were spies.
FinsT rEXsiox as itEsuir
OF VBRACUTJZ FIGHT FILED
Washington, May 4. Tne first ap
plication for a pension as the result of
the trouble between the United States
and Mexico has been filed at the pen
sion office. The applicant is Mrs. Jen
nie Smith, of Philadelphia. She relates
in ber application that she Is the
mother of Charles Allen Smith, who
enlisted at Philadelphia. August 22.
1911. as a seaman on the United States
steamship South Carolina, and who
was killed at Veracruz April 22. 1914.
while in the line of duty as a United
States seaman. She applies for the
pension under the dependent mother
"When you buy meats from Opitz
Market, you know what you are buy
ing. Phone ISC- Advertisement.
71 U. S. WARSHIPS
"Washington. D. C, May 4. Seventy
one American warships In Mexican
waters (not Including vessels en route
between various ports), are distrib
uted aSj follows::
Guaymas Yorktown, New Orleans,
San Diego Cheyenne, Hopkins.
Mazatlan California. Whipple. Iris,
Lawrence. Preble, Hull and Truxton.
Tampico Cyclops. De Moines. Dol
nhin. Birmingham. Chester. Dayton.
1 Burrows, running, aeaie, jams, Jen-
1 kins, Jouett, Cassin.
I Galveston Henley. Sterrett, Terry,
Flusscr. Preston. Warrington, Reid.
Acapulco South Dakota.
I Veracruz Arkansas. Florida. Utah.
, Minnesota. Vermont. New Jersev, New
Louisiana, Xorth Dakota. Montana,
Mississippi. Virginia. Georgia, Ne
braska. San Francisco. Solace. Han
cock, Prairie. Nerens, Celtic Ontario.
Sonoma. Lebanon. Pajtasco. Patcxest,
Nashville and Cummlngs.
Manzanillo Italeigh. Maryland.
Salina Cruz Denver.
Tuxpan Paulding, Patterson.
La. Paz Stewart. Jupiter, Annapolis.
COUNTRY Will. STAY
Douglas, Ariz, May 4. American
settlers in the Yaqui river valley will
not leavo Mexico again until the United
States declares war on Mexico or fight
ing becomes general, according to W.
E. Richardson, a large landowner in
the valley. So manf false warnings
have been sent the people ofAthe val
ley, he said, that he thought Hhe set
tlers would Ignore the one recently
Issued by the United States represen
tatives. The settlers, he said, were in
the midst of harvest and their de
parture now would mean heavy loss.
Richardson reported that for sev
eral weeks there had been a cessation
of raids by Yaqui indians on the
ranches of the valley, several Yaquls
having been killed by the settlers in
Tucson, Arix, May 4. The guard at
Tucson's armory has been increased as
a result of an attack by a Mexican on
private R. M. Goodwin, on sentry duty,
early Saturday morning. Goodwin re
ceived a knife wound In the arm and
gashed his assailant with his bayonet
as the latter threw him down. As
Goodwin fell, he fired and the Mexican
ran. Goodwin fell upon his rifle and
broke it. The Mexican was traced a
considerable distance by blood stains.
2 Cans California Table drapes 25c 4 large cans Farm Ham or Beef Loaf 50e
2 Cans California Table Plums 25; Regular price 25c each.
2 Cans Pears for 2c We will continue the sale on Oregon
7 Cans Chicken Tamalee 50c Potatoes
1 Cans Tomatoes 50c 50 lbs. 85c; 100 lbs. $1.65.
T2ADE WITH TJS AND SAVE MONEY.
204-206 E. Overland St.
bbbisLw&ssssB y The General says:
"My three big roofing and
building paper mills are the
most complete in the world"
Large scale production, modern and scientific manufactur
ing methods, unexcelled shipping facilities these are some
of the factors that determine the cost and quality of any
manufactured article. This is the reason for our success
and the success of our dealers on
INLET TO TAMPICO
MINED BY MEXICANS
Washington, T. C rive?
the scout cruiser Chester, thenooan
Dolphin ana one m "
; vessels -re-enuy with-
had the vessels ;"? vr.vo. before
UCPCGBES REPORT &pDI,co.
around Aoipulco. were given i by refu
gees who arrived here Sunday on the
steamer City of Sydney. , , tt ,
Most of the passengers declared tnat
violence and b""" "B?-X2S,n
feeling prevailed. Among the passen
gers was H. R. Alger. Alger Is on his
way to Washington to confer with
president Wilson and members of the
""The1" situation In Maxatlan about
the same aa the last six months, ho
MORMONS TO LEAVE
Douglas. Arl. May 4. Thirty mem
bers of the Mormon colony at Colonla
Morales. 60 miles southeast of here
have arrived here overland. According
to Frank Haymore one of the party, a
party of Mexicans called on the few
colonists who still remained at their
homes and told them that if they
wished to avoid trouble, they had bet
ter leave at once. The colonists were
compelled to leave everything they
could not crowd into a few wagons
ARIZONA nAXCHKR HKLD
OX CIIAItGB OP SPTIXG
Xogalea, Ariz., May 4. Augustin
Duran, an old man whose home is in
Pima county near Sasabe, which is on
the international line, is in Jail in No
Kales. Sonora on a charge of being a
federal spy. according to E. V. Anaya.
Anaya says Duran is reported to
have confessed that he was sent to
Sasabe, Son, by a Huertaista refugee
named Cloca, to find how many rebel
soldiers are defending the "port. He
says Cloca. with 20 or more men, has
twice tried to take Sasabe.
GEN. BENAVIDES CUTS
OFF FEDERAL RETREAT
U HenavWe. yctetrinr ''' ,. Cro. HrKta fday a he would
- retreat of the fed"""??. SaBlJr ,o cooperate in an attack
end part t hla command from C. i "
on Monclova. L
MORGAN'S SON WILL
WED MISS CONVERSE
Boston. Mass, May 4. Annou-ice-roent
of the engagement or Junius
Spencer Morgan, son of J. PJerpont
Morgan, of New York, to Mls Loniso
j.n.hi., rtf -Frederick Shep-
perd Converse, of this city, was made
by the young woman's parents today. I
Opitz Market always for best of fresh j
neats. Phone 126. Advertisement.
Chicago. Ill, May 4. Sentence of lire
Imprisonment for the murder of Mrs.
Emma Kraft, a Cincinnati widow, was
Imposed on John B. Koteera today by
Koetters was found guilty of killing
jlrs. Kraft with a hammer in a Chi
cago hotel In November. 1312. She was
infatuated with him and had given him
I EL PASO HAS EVER EEil
MORE AMERICANS KILLED
IX COLORADO THAX MEXICO."
Scammon. Kas, May. 2. '"Our boys
in blue have gone to Mexico to compel
the Mexicans to salute the Stars and
Stripes, while out In Colorado they are
tearing the flag out of men's hands
and shooting men for daring to pro
claim what It stands for." John P.
"White, president of the Mine Workers
of America, declared in an address
"More men have been killed in Colo
rado in the last two weeks than in
Mexico, president White continued.
"As for John D. Rockefeller, Jr, he has
test Interest in humanity. His life. In
spite of his riches, is empty. He has
devoted his great brain and intelli
gence to money making.
BLECTIOX OFFICIAL'S ARE
CHARGED WITH FRAUD
New Tork, May 4. Four election of
ficials were arrested Sunday on Indict
ments for alleged frauds in connection
with the special election of April 1 at
which the voters of the state, accord
zing to the official canvass, decided to
hold next year a constitutional conven
tion. District attorney "Whitman an
nounced he would carry his Investiga
tion of alleged frauds into every dis
trict within his jurisdiction. Evidence,
be said, pointed to a conspiracy to
stuff the ballot boxes in favor of the
At each of our three mills we manufacture die following
complete lines of roofing and building papers, etc. :
Porta fnfc d Roofing
extra quality tor use where
Ions and efficient service is
required ngKOOftbte is price
made in roti 1 . 2 and ?-ply;
cnaranteed 5. lOand 15 years
for factories, farm binldisfs,
stores, warebooscs, etc.
Ccri ain-frjod Con
as a buiU-op form of roofiac
jfiincc tor residences or
an- -steep roof have the cen
etml appearance ol slate suar
acteed IS years.
ing Paper acid and water
proof odorless for coM tor
bzc mid refrigerator worts.
IreJtsiar btult-up roofs and
waterproofing purposes do
not dry oat as tarred felts do.
saturated in CTgin-tmi
Cement terd btorace and
Certain -tccd Roofing
Cement tor roofine and
Certain -teed Roof
Coating renews life in old
roofs contains no coal tar.
Standard Quality Roof
ing a standard prade product
Smrantenl cqunl to other
crade our prices arc lower.
made for a price proportion
not the cheapest that can be
made, bat the cheapest lnt
ought to be wade. Nothhig
better for the price.
Slate Surfaced Shlncles
red and green not recom
mended for dartfbtHty as-set-facing
com? off in a
few yean artistic when
new Certain-teed Asphalt
.Mitacles axe mora satis
factory. Tarred Fc Na 1.2 and 3
stater":, felt, strtoged fett, dry
red rcrd gray for general
Blue Plaster Board-tor
lining iside of walls, dc.
Deadening Felt used be
tween walls and floors and
Co at Tar and Pitch
SPECIAL- Certain-teed PLASTIC CEMENT-of semi-hard consistency
and is applied with a putty knife for repairing leaks and holes in metal,
.SS roof, narfilng, repairing gntler and water traochs; In faet ha a
it, nd hs 25c for small ran by Farce! rest a aa Introductory offer.
All the above goods are put up in standard size rolls, -weight and packages. They
are accepted as standard by leading architects and engineers. Be sure the good's
are made by us; we stand behind them. Sold by dealers everywhere at reasonable
prices. Your local dealer will be glad to give detailed information about our goods.
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
KV1. Yoit Pa .. Mane, IH. New York Oty Boston Chlcai
anaCttT McmeapoK PiUsburch Atlanta. G. Cincinnati, O,
iiffitui.- reECMSO Sea" Louden, EnaUnd Hamburg, Germany
El Paso Sash & Door Co., El Paso, Tex.
El Paso, lexas
REPCGEKS FROM GU-VXAjr.VTO
ARRIVE; rR-lISE GOVRRXOR
"Washington. D. C May 4. The Bra
zilian minister at Mexico City, repre
senting the interests of the TTniteO
States there, notified the state depart
ment that 10 American refugees have
reached the Mexican capital from
i grateful appreciation ot kind treat-
Jlldllk aim ' v,t.w ,. --
governor Ouellar. The minister re
ported that the Mexican f-oTernment
had promised as many trains aa may
be necessary to take out Americans.
rUXSTOX ASKS FOR
"Washington, D. C May . Dis
patches from Brig. Gen. Ftmston on
the situation at Veracruz were the
subject of a ions conferencfrat the -war
department last niRht between sec
retary Garrison and MaJ. Gen. Wother
spoon, chief of staff of the army. It
was said Gen. Punston has asked lor
definite instructions In Tiew of te
hostile attitude of the Mexican army
near that city.
MIXH M.AXTBD FOR CRl'ISER
SINKS MEXICAN SHIP liUBLLA
Mexico City. Mer May 4. A dis
patch said to come from Manzanillo, en
the Pacific coast, announces that tn
Mexican steamship Luella -was sunk
Sunday in the harbor by the explosion
of a mine which had been planted for
the United States protected cruiser
Raleish- Xo loss of life is mentioned.
The steamer belonged to the Paclflo
SERVIANS OF IJISnKB
riiEDGE I.OYAI.TV TO TT. S.
. - a a -ar-..- t Tt-A CsT.'T-vi'in
society of Biobee. at a meeting held ;
here, decided to offer the rv.ee. of
Its memoers 10 uio uuii- ,jvn.. -
any time of need. The Servians are
enthusiastic in their desire to do some
thing for this county in return for the
aid extended in the Balkan war, of
which most of the Blsbee members are
"e'erans and hTe offered to equip
themselves for war It necessary.
MIXING COMPANY WILLING .
TO SURRENDER ITS GUNS.
Walsenburg. Colo.. May t The first
movement toward actual disarmament
in the southern Colorado strike zone
was-made late today, when It was an
nounced that B. J. Matteson. assistant
aeneral manager of the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company, had agreed to de
liver to the United States regulars all
the guns in possession of the guards
at Walsen and House.
SUGGESTS COMMISSION TO
SBTTLE COLORADO TRIIiE.
Chicago. I1L. May i. J. C. Shaffer.
editor of the Chicago Evening Poat,
and ruu,,"w -.
1 Mews and Denver Times. Dotn jjenver
I papers, today telegraphed to president
I ,! HHina.r , on nnnAinttnAnt
of a commission to settle the Colorado
coal miners' strike.
INDIAN AGENTS IIAYE NO
CONTROL OFF RESERVES.
Globe. Ariz, May 2. Some excite
ment has been stirred up in the vicin
ity ot Wheatfielfls .- the receipt of a
letter from the bureau ot Indian af
fairs at Washington stating that an
Indian agent has no control of indians
outside the limits of the reservation.
The letter came from superintendent
A. I- Lawshe of the San Carlos reser
vation, and H B. Merrill, assistant In
A. It. Prlngle. a rancher at "Wheat
fields, had complained of depredations
said to have been committed by
Apaches. The ranchers feel lhey have
been given to understand there is no
redress for depredations if the gull'y
Indians live outride the reservations.
Was the VERDICT of all who attended the opening day of our TUB SALE. We were compelled to close the
doors at tin during the day. We looked foVbig business, but the crowds that attended this money-saving
ortunitywas far beyond our expectations. All this week the sale will go memly on-more goods thrown m the
TUBS, more clerks to wait upon the eager buyers. . , ,
COME EVERY DAY. You -will find something new to interest you every hour in the day
ATUB SALE of Tubable goods and TUBS to sell and all the necessities to make HER, HIM and HOML
HAPPY at IRRESISTIBLE PRICES. It pays to advertise, providing you are there with the goods-vve
have the gods. Note the prices conspicuously displayed in our windows. Join the crowds and view the mammoth
display in every department. An item here and there:
Women's Furnishings and Hosiery
FINE MUSLIN CORSET COVERS Lace trimmed, or '
Tub Sale price Sit,
SOFT MUSLIN CHEMISE, NIGHT GOWNS, DRAWERS
AND SKIRTS Lace and embroidery trimmed; AQr
75c value. Tub Sale price -XC
BEAUTIFUL SOFT LINGERIE Insertion, ribbon, fine
bee and embroidery trimmed night gowns, cheirise, skirts
and drawers; 51-50 value. Tub Sale 98 C
WOMEN'S SILK LISLE GLOVES Beinfotoed double hem,
in black and all colors. Tub Sale 2?C
NEW EMBROIDERY, EDGING AND INSERTIONS
Latest designs; 10c values. Tub Sale JT
PRETTY NEW NOVELTY EMBROIDERY TRIMMING,
EDGING AND INSERTION lSe value. Tub jn
Sale price J.V-U
WOMEN'S BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS Laee seek and
sleeveless; lSe value. Tub Sale Q
WOMEN'S BLEACHED RIBBED COMBINATION SUITS
Umbrella bottom; 26e value. Tab Sale j C c
WOMEN'S SEAMLESS COTTON HOSE Ib btaek, tan,
white, Hue and pink; 121-2c valse. Tub Sale O-,
LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE Koe gauge, full seamless,
high spliced heels; 75e value. Tab Sale 4f
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' HOSE la Wak and tn,
reinforced heel, toe and knees, all skes; 121-3e value. Q
Tub Sale price OC
Wearing Apparel Second Floor
NEW SILK AND WOOL SUITS Of distinctive taste, also
in crepe and ratines, made ob the newest tf A QC
models. TnbSale price JV. -
STYLISH NEW DRESSES Of crepe de chin and messa
line; all the w features 01 be found ia thia assortment.
The Bcwest colora aad combinations; 1SM fQ Cj
values. Tub Sale urice -' i7.JV
A NEW LOT OF SUMMER DRESSES Daintily trimmed
delightful coloriiigs, in ruffle and tunic effects; QA Q J
$9.00 Tahies. Tub Sale price P-.i7J
A LARGE VARIETY OF DAINTY WAISTS In crepe de
chine, Btessaline, flowered crepes and taffeta, in all colors
maize, btoe, tango, Mack and white artistically
tnmmed; ?4.00 values. Tab Sale $0 QO
b .................' WW'
NEW BROCADED TISSUE In all the newest shades,
handsome and serviceable; $2J values. Tub Sale QO
ONE LOT 'OF "cffiLDREK'S DRESSES-Made of batistes,
i lowered crepe, voiles and tiseue; sizes 2 to 14 years,
daintily trimmed; HM vahrrw. Tub Sak J - QO
iADIES UNTRIMMED SHAPES-Of Paaama, Milan and
Hemp, all the new shapes; J6JO vahtes. -j QC
Tub Sale priee t?i.O
LADIES TEMMED HATS A handsome showing of all
ihe very latest shapes, trimmed with laces, flowers and
leathers; 19M values. Tub Sale S3 95
JUST RECEIVED A large assortment of Ladies' Parasols.
These panmrtff were delayed in transit and to move them
quickly we nave marked them at less than production price.
They come in all designs and colors; a J 4.00 (? QO
vahw. Tab Sale price Pl.i70
The Shoe Department
Thousands of pain of shoes for women, misses, children and men
all sizes, styles and makes at much reduced prices. We cannot hint
at the saving in this announcement; space WAl not permit They
are marked at
Simply Matchless Prices !
The Clothing Department
will interest all who visit it. New, Clean Spring
Goods marked in many instances at Cost and Less.
Stanley Percales Light and dork
grounds; 7 l-2c value. Tub Sale
Sheer Lawn and Dimity Dress Goods
All colors; 121-2e value. 0r
Tub Sale price jt.
Ladies' Sheer Lawn Waists Slight
ly soiled; $1.00 value. OKr
Ttab Sale price it3K
9x12 Grass Floor Rugs Grecian bor
der; $10.00 value. Tub fij-y QQ
Sale price p I .S70
Nottingham Lace Curtains New
weaves in ecru and white; QC.
$150 value. Tub Sale price. .VJ
Nottingham and Lace Curtains la
ecru and white, all new designs; $2-00
value. Tub Sale J Of)
price - vfi.tJ
Tapestry Portiers In red, green and
brown, brocaded and scroll; $250
value. Tub Sale $1.59
once ........ .. r
Tapestry Table Covers Scroll and
floral designs, colors, red and green;
$2.25 value. Tub Sale d- OQ
FINE TABLE DAMASK
Turkey red and white,
35c value. Tub Sale
66c raise. Tub Sale
B0e value. Tub Sale
SSe value. Tub Sate
$126 value. Tub Sale
FINE LINEN NAPKINS
50c value. Tub Sate price, QC
Tub Sale price, Q
RUG, CARPET AND CURTAIN
9x13 Granite Art Square Fringed
border, in neat colored figures; &60
9x12 Barman Body Brussels Carpet
Mosaic patterns, beautiful colorings;
$50.00 alue. Tub f A O C
Sale -Jrice tplfi'.O
Japanese Mats 18x36, manr colored
designs. Tub Sale " -1 O
price A C
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS
Serges, Mohairs and Cashmeres, all
colors and shades.
6ee vstae. Tub Sale J-J
76e value. Tub Sale CJQ
$1J6 value. Tub Sale OC -.
$1.75 value. Tab Sale
price.. (Main Floor)
SILK AND DRESS GOODS
Every yard of silk and dress goods is
included in this money-saving sale
Beautiful new taffeta silk in all the
13-inrh wide Taffeta, 65c
value. Tub Sale price
lS-inek wide Taffeta, 75c
valve. Tub Sale price
18-inch wide Taffeta, S5c
vahte. Tab Sale price
3S-inch wide Taffeta, $1.25
value. Tub Sale price
lS-inch wide Taffeta, $150 value.
Tab Sale rf-j JQ
K-inch wide Taffeta, $1.75 value.
Taffeta, $&2S vame.
Ti ,- i,f nopfllftss to nuote prices in this section
prices and quality are known to most all shrewd buyers
TORIES AT -U'-uxoi wj.,
Grey Enamel Seamless Bowls.
1VO owe ptw . ...
White Bristol CombineU, wire bail,
wood handle; 75e value. AQ
Tub Sale price "
Crystal Glass Salt and Pepper A -.
Shakers. Tub Sale price x
Galvanized Water Pails; M-lCj,
value. Tub Sale price w
Varnished Hardwood Coffee Mills;
29c value. Tub Sale 19c
price . .
Brass Junior Wash Boards; Ogj.
35e value. Tub Sale pr.ee.. t
Grey Enamel Coffee and Tea .row;
25c value. Tub Sale 0
Steel Fry Pans, cold nandle;
lOe value. Tab Sale priee
Grey Snarael lipped
16c" value. Tub Sale
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, nickel plated,
5 piece set; $1.26 Tame.
Tub Sale price
AVbite Dimity and Lawns;
10c vahte. Tub Sale price. .
Its remarkable irrowth, its completeness in details.
EXAMELAYARE DIRECT FROM THE FAC-
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
72x90 Unite Bed Sheets, deep hem.
good quality; 50c value.
Tub Sale price .,
42x36 Pillow Cases.
Tub Sale price
42x36 Defender Pillow Cases.
3t Tub Sale price . .
m. . j-x -..mm... a n.vm c
-rtxw -ppweii c.. f-iptf. Cases, tub Sale priee. .
Tub Sale nnce JJ ?.:.. tj.i. j- j
niuic xiuub iDwm, xrea
HOME OF LOW PRICES
Tab Sale price
61x90 PeppereU Sheets.
Tab Sale priee
78x90 PeppereU Sheets.
Tub Sale price
31x90 Defender Sheets.
Tab Sale price
72x90 Defender Sheets.
Tub Sale price
KBow 1 7i
X i ','-iC
7 f '
border. Tub Sale I Y-
Large Size White Hack Towels. 15o
valae. Tab Sale -j -t
price JL A C
Bareer Moweis, reel border; Jor. a
White Turkish Towels: V,
TCocd a Jii--- lun," I'hone 336. Opitz
jiarjiet. Aavt-riibt mtni.
316-322 E Ovtriiail St. esr. Sualsa.