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J Mi! I- - JUL v M vo1 1 ZI1 V7 LT3 cm) u 1 o) n n r l raj n nj ' . j. ol) (y) . lyife j EE HJ .M I O C I T Y , X E IM M E S Bach and every department has undergone Another Cut in Prices to meet this Call. SALE. NOW GOING- ON ii' OF i.nis ate w e ' oave 1500 Pairs Ladies' and Misses Hose, per pair TO) . 7c, 9c, lie, 15c, 21c 800 yards Ginghams, in Dress Styles, per yard 8c 2000 yards Percals, in Dress Styles, at 5c 1500 yards Percals, in Dress Styles, at 8c 3000 yards Hope Domestic, 14 yards for $1.00 50 dozen Towels, in this sale .. . 9c, 18c, 20c 5000 yards plain and fancy Outing . . Sic 3000 yards Brown Domestic at . . . 6c 5000;yards Calico, in dress and shirting styles 4c 20 dozen Children's Union Suits 23c 30 dozen Children's Union Suits 40c 15 dozen Ladies' Union Suits . . . . . . . 45c 25 dozen Ladies' Union Suits 85c 30 dozen Ladies Vests and Pants 21c, 22c, 35c, 42c 800 yards Bleached and Brown Sheeting, 9-4 and 10-4, in this sale 3000 yards Shirting, at 8'c 3000 yards Wool Dress Goods at Bargain Prices . 25c to 85c 2000 yards Silk and Crepe, in plain and fancy dress styles, at v . . . . . . 25c to 85c P U R 3 ; 300 Fur Muffs . 98C, $1.49, $2.69, $3.39, $4.98 100 Fur Sets . . $4.98, $9.98, $10.39, $11.69, $12.39, $18.49 100 Ladies' Short Jackets 25c, 50c, 75c 25 Children's Suits, ages 8, 10, 12 and 14, at $1.50 50 Ladies' and Misses' Coats . 98c, $1.00, $1.50 200 Ladies' Wool Skirts . 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Choice of any Suit in stock for . . . . $1.50 Mil VIIllIii2Fy" Sold Keoraies of Cost. Those anxious to save money in Fall Purchases, now Is your oppoFttiniity 2 ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH ! NOTHING ON APPROVAL! REMEMBER THE DATE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914, at 9 im ,- - -- i . r i : : : i II Luke's Philosophy. By Lake Mctuke la Cincinnati Enquirer. You may have noticed that the fel low "who whines tbatf he world owd him a living usually b'wes everybody in his neighborhood. ff .- The, trouble with thVman who has a Skye Terrier mustache 3a that he takes his fingers and -makes & toothhrusb o' his microbe strainfer i every . time he brinks anything.-v" And the hig cbst'pf living wasn't euch a much in the old days when a boy -came home, from school and chopped wood instead of seeing how many balls he could run' at pool. The piledrlver and the pneumatic hammer are in a class by themselves. They can do a great deal of work and yet make a lot of noise about it Father tries to be a good fellow. But when father is treating he takes beer at 5 cents per beer, and when the other fellow is treating father takes squirrel milk at 15 cents per copy. ' In winter when there isn't anything doing, the fellow who is driving tho auto can't wait to pass a street car and goes around it on the left side when the car stops. But in summer when the high step is on the job, the auto man is in no hurry and hangs around in the rear of the car until the last corn-fed has hoisted. i Anyway, the woman who marries a deaf-mute gets a good rest every eight. She knows that be isn't going to talk iu his sleep. When a princess learns that in tele phone language 1,000 is not one thou sand but one-O-doublo-O.sbe likes to ask for numbers that contain lets of ciphers so she can impress the operator with her wisdom. A wise man writes an article in a stock paper headed: "What Shall Be Done With Calves?" If he would leave it to us we would tell the wearer to either pad tbem or hide them. Some of the feminine fads have their merits. A girl can't help looking sloppy when she wears the heel of her shoe where a man wears his, instead of the hollow of her foot. The cheapest thing at a bargain sale in a department store are the men who am standing in the aisles of the ladies underwear department waiting for their wives. " " " , You never saw a fcuyman who didn't have a busy mouth. There 3n't anything wrong with mar riage as an institution. But, when a male hunk of cheese and a female lemon try to live together as man and wife and can't make a go of it, half the world will say: "See! I told you so! Marriage is a failure!" The purefood law hasn't reduce! the so you stock of unadulterated nerve could notice it. The scientists have worked many won ders. But, thus far, they haven't been able to make a three-pound near-gold locket take the place of a one-pound bir of soap. , But a lot of the girls are not interested in science, anyway. The reason a bride is so happy dur ing the honeymoon is because she im agines that her husband tolls her all be knows. ' Every husband believes that if his wife got a chance to buy eggs that were once marked. 40 cents now marked down to 14 cents, she would jump at the bargain. The world is growing better. For every man who is trying to borrow trouble there are 1,000,000 men ready and willing to lend it. We laugh at the poor heathen China man who puts rice and chicken on the graves of the departed. But too many of our enlightened Christirns go with out rice and chicken so they can pur chase flowers to put on the graves of the departed, ' : Some girls are so modest that tbey blush when an automobile strips its gear. It doesn't take many years in some cases to have the romance of matri mony become so humdrum that friend husband always gets a whiff of fried eggs, kitchen soup and kitchen coffee when he thinks of friend wife. A man always has credit enough to get himself into debt. ,; Placing the Blame. "That pesky Thanksgiving fowl must have had some benzoate in it." "Maybe so," said the doctor. "But it wasn't the pinch of benzoate you con sumed that did the damage. It was that five or six pounds of turkey." i Two Methods. "I buy my wife everything she wants. How about you?" . "I keep mine wanting a few things, just to be sure that her interest in me is maintained." Heartburn is a symptom of indiges tion. Take a dose of HERBINE in such cases. The paiu disappears in stantly. The bowels operate speedily and you feel fine, vigorous and cheer ful. Price 60c. Sold bv Oliver' Rol Cross Drug fctore. . advt OB win. J m nr in -.ml Let Phone No. 22 do your hauling day or night. Same attention given all calls 15c jobs up.