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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

J J ■ i •••I' itti 00k in (hi Outf m FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Tomatot No. 2 can, 2 Cans .. _ 15c SUGAR, Pure Cane, 10*lb. Bag . 57c COFFEE, Folger's, 1 lb can, 42c MUFFETS, Per Package 11c |\7|?C 10 M' i*r Mammoth, Green 25c *1® * It m. jar, Mammoth Stuffed 35c Cake Fiour, Swan's Down, per pkg. 32c We Have Plenty of Dried Fruits of all Kindt at special Prices. Cheese, Long Horn full cream per lb. 18c V\ c lill a It Is riiif for Bnllinc 1<11/ Dry Salt Meat ■« lZyjJC Ginger Snaps, Per lb. 13c Green Beans, they are fine per lb. _ _ 6c Fresh Tomatoes ripe and firm per lb. 7c STRAWBERRIES, per quart - 17 l-2c Cantaloupes, Jumbo Size _ „ _ _ _ 10c ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS THE HESS CASH GROCERY Phone - FREE DELIVERY - 162 to* an Ming to Impnii mere thoroughly a Jset upon tht students mind. One of neant development la Visual Education. For example, Hlitory would be easier comprehended If the student had the opportunity too see ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

; "*•*' F«t ! 1 ! js a GASOLINE Is being used by thousands and they all pronounce it the best ever. Supreme Motor Oils, Kerosene & Greases Don't forget our No-Nox Ethyl Gas and our Gulf Pride Oil, tl^e best in the world. Prompt Service, Day or Night See Us For Your Harvest Requirements OFFICE PHONE 39 - RES. PHONE 154 Gulf Refining Company jj CHAS. COBB, Manager it/ .'■v* • I ' 1 If gfca,"v t !■ hu, tlM lOM ll l drops dead, Bob Girntr CAPROCK HOTEL AND CAFE Big Dinner every Day 35c and 45c Let the lady rest on Sunday and bring her here and try our Sunday Dinner Special. Short Orders At All Hours Home Made Pastries — Good Coffee Visit Us — A Trial is all we ask Mr. and Mrs .Wayne Young, Mgrs. ATTEND TO YOUR HAT! Does It Need Cleaning and deblocking? IF SO Be Sure to Take IT to "THE RIGHT PLACE" Where They Know How To REBUILD HATS. BOSTON HAT WORKS "THE RIGHT PLACE 419 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas Eleventh ImUllment ttcSrVS^rSl* frliid 'io m"n lh« BraMa country btcauM kit "l W Whn ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

^PP#- ■; ■' ;; ■ ■ "-■ .frM>Ay «f!wliSi iSKFCr, v,<>f*& "•&■},. ;r;t'• "*,n:.. •-■ ' 'rH):.fy ' -'Ax - •-.=•,•.• ■ . >-%r *-•*,.. .■ ;?: ywr- :;■ m - v$$.-2 v ' j' f" - ■ ) * " f& ' ' '• \ '■ ' * 2?w^ Y' f1 '"" t " < * - Vj ' ■•••" ' ' , .; r w, •* ,-. •,* . , *w„ • "':* . •%■'.;•• «#**' X,**$hs mi ' SB Mr. Baaiaaaa Man ,Tkraa par cmM of w |Nm iacoau abaaM ba set aaMa far >wp«p«i adrartiaiaf arary y*ar. Try it aa4 yaar butnaaa will iacraaaa by laapa awl booada. •'v. .<>*■ HiKi Tin v DE NEWS WANT ADS at aaly 2c a war! will | aall lonatbiaf far caab yaa bar* abaat tba place or briar yaa aaaMtbiar yaa aaad at a bargaia. Try it ia Tba Claadc Neva at anly 2c par ward. J VOLUME 42. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1931. NO. 40. If Blondie WE NEED AM OTHER GVRL -■ • CAN'T y£>0 GET ONE. OF- YOUR FWENDS FOR J\ ALVlN ? v feifc-SS tv mrk TTT i \ r SLEALLY, WE. SEEMS AWFULLY N\CE---X IMAGINE He's a good dancer, he oust DID A COUPLE OF COTE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

•,£> 'n;i .• ■ •'zmsmie fflwiM&am ' '■ iluHHiSHKaaSpii ?SlMW4<k''MMMaiv!iiaht(UcabYH i «« ,,.j^(J,-. „4«■ •. .«*•. , •i ,'m i cSwSilltC.iW fill! ?! i S6S6S vfpftnt'M OH T«M f OLLOWING is a story of the Web- ster party massacre by Indians in 1839, in Williamson county, Texas, and the captivity of Mrs. Webster and her children, as told foy her son, Virginia Webster: "My father, known as Captain John Webster, owned a farm or plantation on the Potomac river in the State of Vir- ginia. On the farm he had 110 negro slaves. Having heard much about the new republic of Texas and its possibili- ties, he thought he might better his condition by moving to Texas, therefore he sold his plantation and all but ten of his slaves. He made up a company of 44 picked men which he had induced to ac- company him to the Lone Star State, and with his family which consisted of mother, one brother, ten years old. and myself, two years old, and two or three negroes, including the company of 44 men, l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

I §•>- [ -fey* '■ '•■ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmrnmmmm jranww un 7l?Z PiP^!® 1 ■■* ;'.• ' ' m ■ URRENT MENT By J. H. (JIM) LOWRY (Copyrifbt, 1M1, by th Horn* Color Print Co.) June UNE was named for Juno, and was originally the fourth month of the year. The month was dedicated by the Romans to love and marriage, doubtless because Juno took such an in- terest in match-making and was herself quite a marrying piece of furniture, i Juno, being beautiful of face and form, -*nd an exceptionally good dresser, nat- ! urafly drew a high prize in the matri- monial lottery. She married Jupiter, the chief of gods, and became the queen of Heaven. Jupiter enjoyed the reputation of being a most exemplary god, but be- fore Juno had been married to him long i she became suspicious. She found some j letters, and was not always satisfied with Jupiter's explanations of his ab- ; sence. Finally the truth leaked out— I Jupiter had an affinity, who proved to be no other than the lovely Io. Inste...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

HBi WIwHWMWMMBMI ®®s8K m I W 4 WW ssa an old texas town Texas has one of the oldest towns in the United States still existing as a town. Ysleta, El Paso county, a town of about 1,500 population, was established between 1580 and 1680 by Spanish ex- plorers. MAY TUNNEL UNDER NECHES RIVER Texas' first river tunnel has been pro- posed and is now receiving considera- tion. The proposal has been made to tunnel under the Neches river at the Dryden crossing on the Orange-Port Arthur link of the Hug the Coast high- way. BUST OF FORMER LAND COMMISSIONER Frank Teich, a well known sculptor of i Llano, has been engaged to make a bust of J. T. Robison, who served for many years as Land Commissioner of Texas. The bust will be placed on a pedestal in the Texas Land Office at Austin. The bust will cost $3,000. !•.. r ' CLEBURNE GETS AIRPLANE FACTORY. Cleburne now has an airplane factory. This factory will manufacture a two- seat training plane, and also a three- seat, sport model, open cockpit plane...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

mm Calves—Dust... and Justins! When you've branded eal vet, rwallpwrd dust and wiped nwp.it from your eyes (or hour* and hours . . . and you know there are still 500 head to be worked — man, that's when you're glad you've got on a pair of comfortable Justins! And when you take some stuff to market and lay over a day or so . . . whenever you want to look your best • •. you'll still be glad you're wearing Justin Boots. If your dealer doesn't have jast what you want, write us direct. H.J.JUSTIN 8C SONS, Inc. 331 S. Lake Street I Fort Worth, Texas " — THE FIRST COTTON GROWN IN TEXAS ■r A 4 FIRST TEXAS CATTLE AND HOGS The friars who came to Texas to establish the mis- sions in the late 1700sbrought with them the first cattle which were domesticated. In 18 21 Abner Kuykendall brought to the Brazos 80 head, and the following year Randall Jones, traded, in Louisiana, a slave for 60 head which he brought to Fort Bend county. In 1834 Almonte, the Mex- ican statistician, estimated that there w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

ColHn county, sections of which grow onions largely, reports an onion acreage about 15 per cent larger than that of last year. Mrs. A. W. Brooks, who is a member of the home demonstration club of Fair- view, Harrison county, re- ports that she has had from one to 18 varieties of vegetables in her garden every month of last year. She had several varieties in December. Cotton planted by the two-row-and-skip-one plan on the farm of Harry T. Brown, in Caldwell county, made an estimated in- creased yield of 126 pounds of seed cotton per acre, ac- cording to the county agerit, and left the middles free for a crop of cowpeas to turn under. American cheese-making is a home industry under process of development in Texas. In Clay county wom- en who reported the manu- facture of 124 pounds esti- mated the cost at lO1/* cents per pound at the pres- ent prices of milk. The value of the cheese is placed at 20 cents a pound. Working under the super- vision of their county agent, R. E. Carswell, ei...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

When you havt correct- ly solved this puszle poem of eolors in rhymes you witl have demonstrated your ability both as an ar- tist and a poet. Cut out the drawing .<«nd mount it on a piece of cardboard. Read the poem and supply the miss- ing words, which are the names of colors and com- plete the rhymes. Next color each- part of the drawing accordingly. By correctly supplying all the missing words which are the names of the colors suggested by the rhymes, you can color "your picture true to life. " The following is the puzzle poem: Sara Lou looks so sweet, I think, All dressed up in pale.it (1) With her curly hair brushed down, Paint her locks a golden (2)- COLORS IN RHYME •Jackie Junior, a handsome * fellow, Wears his suit all made of (3)- And a downy duck is seen Swimming in the pool of blxiiah (4) A funny chick is with them, too, All dressed up in a suit of (5) I With a hat upon his head, Which you'li paint the brightest (fi)- Oft MKt DKAR FRIENDS: Don't you think there arc man...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

JiiVv $ Pratact your homa «nd your children! Sprmy Flit. Flit kill* flies, mmqulrof*, moth*, bed buf , ants, roachet. Harmless to people. Easy to uie In the handy FUt (prayer. Doe* not (tain. Do not confute Flit with other iniect (prays. Flit i* guaranteed to Irlll, or money back. Get the famous yellow can with the black band and the soldier—today! FLIT ■M-MW. M LARGEST SELLER IN 121 COUNTRIES I \xT: «W.\ 'jA 1: ■ * /I By MRS. MARGARBl*JtTUT|i ; tV k mmm WHEN IT RAINS • IT POURS MAIN OK IODIZED TEXAN WHO FIRED SHOT AT LINCOLN'S INAUGU- RATION DEAD Col. T. M. Finley, a well known newspaper man of Greenville, Texas, played an important role in the life of the war President, Abraham Lincoln. Col. Finley died at his home in Greenville the latter part of April at the age of 91. Col. Finley was a Union sol- dier and fought in the battles of Antietam and Gettysburg and many other important contests of the war between the States. He was captain of Battery H, Pennsylvania Ar- tillery, and wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

w. ft*w . ,, „ V; ■;V" ft "£u iS> 5". g£ i' ',7^ ' , 'J?'" IP pa* $*• mm *mm mm rmamtfk !■ !■ «r Try tt la flu Km kr | mma « CLAUDE, ABMSTBONG COBHTT TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1M1. NUMMCS 41 1.' Claude Lions Entertain Their Ladies Thurs. The Claude Lions entertained their wives last Thursday evening, at a banquet In the dinning room of the First Baptist Church of Claude. Hie time of their regular banquet was changed from 12 noon to 8 p. m. euine day, at which time each Lion brought either his wife his sweet- heart or somebody else's wife to the banquet. The best program we have had for a long time* was enjoyed by the Lions and their guests. When the roll was called each lion was to answer imitating some other Lion In the past, in a way that there would be no mistake as to who the Lion was imitating. This brought forth many hearty laughs. Lion Smalley read a perported teiegram from a preacher while this preacher was In New York City. This preacher had his plans with him, taking them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

k f'3 H I E •fatsmbk mqpmmtma Tm'SyEd^r&&' 'AMQCUTiqtt Me who runs his ad today, will find tomorrow it will pay; But he who puts not In his ad. may wish tomorrow that he had. :0: J. W. Cheney, editor and Publisher of The Southwest Plainsmen, called at the News office Tuesday. Mr. Cheney came down to look over this section of the Panhandle. Cheney expressed himself as admiring our newly paved streets, which puts the town out of the mud during rainy weather. Being a typical Southern gentlemen, and a Democrat of the old school Cheney is quite interest- ing and a pleasant conversationist. He remarked on entering the office that it had been something like one hundred years since he last visit the Claude News place of business As the News editor was a water boy, carrying water for those who dug PaloDuro Canyon, at that time, he does not remember Mr. Cheney's visit at Claude. Editor Cheney is invited to come again, even if he does wait for one hundred years be- fore he calls. And w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

*"5$$ 4 / * 7 ' • VR f ;,' .•'; /. TtM . et tbroufh tlw Ml aummer months trill be much Ian than your lots lit Mr. and Un Ftotcher and ehll- j :)>•*• eatables, without tee to pre dren who live near Lark, were I >®rvt therp until needed. Phones guests Sunday at hl lister Mrs I Ottlet 1M, Resldense 26, and OET Toounle 'Durrett and family. Mice ■•ctorla Warner cf Claude Is (waring a few days at the Dodge Hotel In Washington and is accom- panied by Mrs. L. B. McClure of Amarllk), Texas. Miss Edith Keeter, who is employ- ed in the offices of Dr. R. A. Dun- can, of Amarlllo, spent Sunday at home. Charlie McLaren who has been laid up for several months follow- ing a stroke of paralysis is reported to be slowly improving. He is able to be out in the sunshine and fresh air a part of the day. The Claude Home Demonstration Club have planned to spend the next meeting day on the canyon, with picnic dinner there. Everyone who can go meet at Mrs. H. L. Mob- ley's at 10:30 o'clock and those wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

w ES TO COOL COLORADO (Colorado Springs $21.65 - Denver $25.30 On Sale Dally. Limit October 31st. Colorado Springs $18.37 - Denver $21.42 Tickets on Sale every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday during June, July and August, inmit 30 days. Special Excursions. Colorado Springs $13.01 - Denver $15.01 Tickets on Sale July 4th and 18th, also August 1st and ISth. Limit IS days. follows. Thru Standard the Rockies . 1500 wiles Excellent Dining Car Service For full Information on low Summer rates to Colorado, Yellowstone Park, Glacier National Paris. and Kocky Mountain Na- tional Park. Escorted All Expense Tour July 18 Pullmans *NA MtXJCO CALL OR WRITE B. D. WALKER Ticket Agent v # Claude, Texas V * s TRACTORS WANTED During harvest to pull fifteen foot combines. Gas and oil furnished. $0 per day for tractors and $1.50 and board for drivers. Start June 20th. Can use 30 tractors. Write or call Eurl Kirby, care of Hickman Price, Kress, Texas. i'lIE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY WILL MEET JULY I Hos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

I J I a* liul i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COMPOUND, 8 lb. Pail 93c FLOUR J105 MEAL, 10 lb sack 32c GALLON i Qf% II) P & G or CRYSTAL OO jUAl WHITE, 10 Ban .... PICKLES, quart, sour 25c SYRUP, Red bbl. 10 lb. Pail 95c PINEAPPLE 2XVSL* ' 24c COOKIES, Assorted Per lb. 29c Dry Salt Meat, Per lb. 12 1 2c LETTUCE, large firm heads 7 1 2c Black-Eyed Peas, Fresh per lb. 8c See Our Windows for Other Specials ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS THE HESS CASH GROCERY Phone - FREE DELIVERY - 162 | iPli tiwjwwm^ftwkOT far* |uyu (Mi ryr . . • JWPf' ot 10 AaftM. :«UI not Irfnk the toaata. Tor this he should feoelve no erlUdam. It 0«a eolely hte own business. Others did like- That is their bustasss. But thoee who did sip the wine should not be everlastingly dunned by the at home, because they were violating neither the law nor the conscience of the people of the country where they we're guests, Human right of choice and decision, under all the ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 June 1931

I if I ■ ey all mnoe it the best ever. Supreme Motor OiU, Kerosene & Greuei Don't forget our No-Nox Ethyl Gas and ; our Gulf Pride Oil, the best in the world. Prompt Service, Day or Niffht See Us For Your Harvest Requirements OFFICE PHONE 39 - RES. PHONE 154 m hw -mm; P* m nm The others are not business men. .W.Stewart, J Gulf Refining Company CHAS. COBB, Manager YOUR DAIRY NEEDS Grade "A" Raw Milk, Cream. Butter, Buttermilk and Bulgarian Buttermilk. CaU 111 we will deUvery our product* rlfht to your door. Our herd has been State T.-B. Tested and found to be O. K. Buy Your Dairy Products From V* And Protect Your Family McCLURE'S DAIRY Phone 111 SMITH BROS. Prop. "Your'i For Service" PLAINS PHOTO STUDIO 125 Central Bldg., 61SH Polk Street, Amarillo Texas FOB BEST PHOTO SPECIALS TWO SPECIAL SIZES Stamp Size. Six For 25 cents EXTRA SETTING FREE IF YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! Large Size. Six For $1.00 FOR ONLY 75 CENTS IF YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! These Popular Miniture Photces ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

m • I 7 it. be Sp&PwSn ^•^mi Mr H M Ik* NMn «*«•*<* m> IkV ^UM -sS^K^FM": _ ■pfsnH Ml nr*^) ■ ■ « - VOLUME « £7.-'■$.;? CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE M. 1931. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilbert Have Family Reunion The month of June has been a happy time for Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilbert. They have been enjoyine the pleasure of having their chil- dren at home again for the first time lr. twelve years. Saturday, June 6, Mrs. Ruth Cor- bin and sister Miss Ruby Gilbert, o? Port Worth arrived at the home o' their parents. Sunday morning Mrs. Myrtle King of Grants Pass, Ore- geon arrived In Dalhart where she was meet at the station by Henry Gilbert and wife cf Dalhart, P. M. Griffin and children of Hooker, Oklahoma. Mrs. Lola Griffin mother of these children and sister of Mrs. King had passed on to her eternal home during Mrs. Kings twelve years absence from her old home. Mr and Mrs. Henry Gilbert and children and Ralene Griffin ac- companied Mrs. King to the par- ental home...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

Mi \ No OM Itkrn to admit that the automobile to anything but it bless- ing, But ws well know that It ha* been and la bring used a* a curse In a great many Instance*. Law* will not completely solve the problem. There must be created a mind (or mifety, and a willingness to exerclst prudence, and the continual reality (if thinking every itecond when oper- ating a motor vehicle. :0: When any nation hn rich ar the United States, win borrow money trom Hh subject* 01 anyone else, lind absolutely letuse to lollow IU Constitution. wnlrli .'ays: 'Congress ahull Have Power to Coin Money mid Regulate .he Value Thereof the Olllclah In charge of this mat- ter lire either too dumb to be ofll- riulH or they are down right Unif- ier*. It will cost them or tlte Nation absolutely nothing to "Coin Money and Regulate the vuliie thereof," bill to borrow money und pay Inter- rut on It will and doe* cost every tux payer money that most of u-. imven't the money t'i spare for such « form i.l graft. Lei tlie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

ME m ITAE i Cuter* atw Offlcm I ed far the canine year at the last | mMtiiic were ai fallows: Worthy Matron— Clara McOlure Worthy Patron—Charlie Stewart Auielftte Matron—AUte Johnson Associate Patron—J. E. Johnson. SecMtary—Batelk Stewart 1rdMuf*-4fr*. Stalling. Conductress — Varena Keeter Puckett. Associate Conductress—Annie Mc lntire. Chaplain—Mrs. Camei on. Marshal—Mrs Hoiilngsworih. WANT ADS 1 OR SALE—SACRIFICE PRICKS Two No. 11 McCormick-Deering Harvester Threshers and One 15-30 International Tractor.—WATSON 6c AWTROBUS, Clarendon, Texas. X-tp LOST—One U. S. Royal Cord Tire 33>6:00, or 6:00x21. Return this tiie to Claude News Of lice lor REWARD 1-T-C HEI.P WANTED WANTED—Reliable man between ages of 25 and !i0 to supply old es tubllshed demand for Rawleigh Pio- ducts In Potter and Randall County. Other good Localities available Suretv Contract required. Company i mulshes everything but the car. Good profits for hustlers. Write the W. T. Rawleih Cumpany. Memphis Tenn., or see ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 June 1931

II: m llf-; t A m ON MEN'S FURNISHINGS Work Clothes and Out Door Goods "Big Smith", 2 oxen strength, cambric shirts in your choice ot blue or frry. Regular 95c Grey covet pants and shirts to match. Prived to sell quickly Special per garment, 79C 98c 1 lot Cowboy's Shop Made Shoes $6.75 Broadcloth dress shirts in pretty, fast colors. Fine soft texture, excellent workman ship. They're made to (it, this sale,— Khaki Cuveralls, a heavy work garment cut large and roomy, with reinl'orred strain points and lots of pockets. The price is unbeatable— 69c $1.69 g i o-ounce, Sweet-Orr, union* made Overalls. The world's strongest, longest wearing work clothes. Regular $1.95 value, now— $1.50 A CROUP OF ARMY SHOES You know the kind you can't wear out. Hurry and get your site—they won't last long at this price— $2.95 Here's a real bargain in Camp Blankets, They're warm and soil and easy to park. Come in and see tliem— $1.25 It*) pairs of snappy, new tan oxfords fashioned by Peter* uii<l Indirot...

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