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"Where You Spend the Least and Get the Most for It"
You Will Be as Enthusiastic
A i W Are When You Have Tried Our
Special 25c Hot Lunch
Served Every Day From 11 to 2 o' Clock
In Our Inviting Basement Lunch Room
Try It Today!
NO PHONE ORDERS FOR ECONOMY SALES
Sjipmano & fix
c'McixUnd;- of cJ Merit Only"
Only Two More Days
of Our Great Semi-Annual
Drug and Toilet Goods Sale
Buy a Whole Season's Supplies
Prices Are Remarkably Low
Miases and Women's
Regular to $1.50
Corduroy, Velvet and
S1.50 to $2.00
Kor women, miiifi nd clul-
drrn. "IV V ox of
untnrrvmcJ nd tailorrd W inter
modrl. ot ocry kind nd de
$3.50 to $5.00
Handjomc Wintrr model of
Unt Nrl. effectively Inmmed
with fealKer. fibbcm. flowet.
iHal fe no! woi th cent lew than
the. regular price.
Odds and Ends of
Boys' Caps at
Regular to $1.00
Op nd hat for all wear
frit, fancy mixture and plush,
black and coloi.
All Ready Made Up
Nightgowns for 39c
Corset Covers ISc
Envelope Chemise 50c
35c to 75c
Odd and end of picjue et-
ee. net lace and embroidery col
lar, and collar of heer organ
die in tariou itylrs.
$2.00 to $3.50
Broken t!e and ie in
low. medium and high but mod
el with nvdium and long hip.
Finished with lace and embroid
$1, $1.50 Waists 69c
Broken tut ot 1 1. cc W.
wauts with button and clp
front, tome with pleated buit.
Thai were 75c and $1.00. hook
front and cro-back tle. Sue
32. 34. 44 and 46.
$1.00 Brassieres 39c
la .ire. 32. 34. 42 and 44.
That Have Sold
From $12.85 to $20.00
Only one of a kind left from a busy eason'
elling. They are all new this season, showing
all the latest styles.
Serges, Fancy Mixtures
Pebble Cheviot, Novelty
No phone or mail orders
filled. None sent C. O. D. None
on approbation. Basement
Opening Enlarged Candy Department
In the Economy Basement Store
With a Tremendously Important Sale
Of Thousands of Pounds of Pure, Fres Candies
At the Lowest Prices Ever Known
30c Chocolate-Covered Caramels
Ideal Chocolate Creams 25c lb.
Delicious Salted Peanuts 10c lb.
40c hand-dipped Chocolates for
Fine French Mixed Candy 15c lb.
30c Boston Mints for 20c lb.
Chocolate Honeycomb for 20c lb.
Toasted Marshmallows for 19c lb.
50c Whip Cream Chocolates for
Jumbo Jelly Beans for 15c lb.
Superfine French Mixed Candy
Jelly Drops for only 25c lb.
Boston Baked Bean Candies for
Marshmallows, 2 pounds for 25c.
25c Peanut Brittle for 19c.
The Housefurnishing Store
50c Rag Rugs for 37c . . , .
Sue 18 by 36 inches. Colonial rag rugs in hit-and-miss pat
terns with pretty striped border.
$125 Cocoa Door Mats JSc
"irmly woven mat in sue 16 by lo inches.
50c Printed Pro-Linoleum 33c Square Yard
In pattern that are suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, in
large variety of designs and colorings.
Slightly Soiled Wool Blankets
$3.45, 5.45, $ 6.45, f 7.45 and 8 45
JLThese blanket have sold from $5.00 to $12.50 the pair. In
while and pretty fancy plaid designs.
All Drapery Remnants Half Price
Cretonnes, scrims. Swisses, burlap, denim, silkoline and other
drapery material. From one to three yards long and 36 to 5U
t inches wide
Odd Pairs of Curtains Half Price
Scrim and net curtain that have o!d from $1.00 lo $5.00
pair. In white or Arabian color.
Curtain Net Samples 14c Each
Regular 75c to 50c manufacturer' curtain net sample from
one yard to one and a quarter yard long. In white and Arabian
color. 36 to 43 inches wide.
75c to $1.00 Odd Full-Length Curtains 39c Each
Nottingham lace curtains 2xz yards long and 36 to 40 inches
wide. In white or Arabian color.
Curtain Net Samples 73c Each
Regular $1.50 lo $2.00 bungalow curtain net samples. 40 lo
50 inches wide and 3 yard lo Vz yards long. In white or
Manufacturers Carpet Rug Samples ... ,
All ready for use. in velvets, body Brussels, Axminster and
Wilton carpet. In sizes 27 by 27 inches, 27 by 54 inches and
27 by 72 inches.
75c Rug Samples 39c $3.00 Rugs $1.98
$1.00 Rugs for 59c $4.50 Rugs $2.47
$2.50 Rugs $139
Thousands of Remnants of
Wash Goods l2 Price and Less
In lengths from I J2 to 6 yards. There are beautiful voiles,
crepes, ginghams, muslins, percales, outing flannel and various
Dress Goods Remnants at l2
Short lengths of wool dress goods ranging in length from 1 Yz to 5
yards each, and from 36 to 56 inches wide. Serges, whipcords,
poplins, granites, mixtures, stripes, checks, plaids, black goods, cream
materials. AH this season's fabrics.
At a Quarter to a Half Less
In lengths from half yard to 10 yards. Silks for trimming, for
waists, for dresses, for suits, for skirts; Crepe de chine, crepe meteor,
satins, messalines. taffeta. China silk, pongee, plain colors, stripes
and flowered silks. In black and colors.
Veilings-1-Yd. Lengths 17c
That Were Regular From 25c to 50c Yard
-Cleanup of odds and ends of fine mesh veilings in plain hairline
and fancy meshes and dotted effects. In wh.te. brown, navy and
Remnants, Third to Half Off
Embroidery, laces, wide and narrow braids, silk and cotton nets,
trimming bands, cords, allover. flouncing insert ion. edging chiffon,
of every description, lengths from 4 to 2 yards. Also short lengths
of fine fur. from 12 to 21 inches.
Unadvertised Specials in
Knit, Muslin and Crepe Underwear
Including gowns, drawers, corset covers, combinations, envelope
chemise, skirts, union suits, vests and tights.
Look them over today you are sure to find just the garments
you have been wanting.
Heavy White Enamel Ware
All White Inside and Out, Enameled on
A superior quality triple-coated acid-proof white enamel ware. White
inside and out. Spouts and handles electrically welded. No rivets
uted. Made by the largest and best factory in America. Standard
sued utensil throughout. Made specially attractive with black beaded
UTENSILS SELLING FOM 7Sc-$l.S0 REGULARLY
Tea lettles, 14 and 1 7-quart dishpans. 2 and 3
quart coffee pot. 2-quart teapot. 4-quart Berlin ket-
tie. 6-quart Royal auce pan. 4-quart covered por- CQ.
ha kettles. 6-ouart LjiRiisn v-
tivtgt ; -.. i
stock pot. 2-quart cereal cookers, three-in-one comui- Efr
nation roaster. 6-quart covered baker. 5-quart lipped
auce pans. cVquart lipped preserving kettle.
UTENSILS SELLING FROM 20c TO 35c REGULARLY
9 an( 0-inch pie plate. 9-inch dinner plate. I -pint
cup and aucers. 2 and 3-quart pudding pan. 3 and
4-quart milk pan. wah basin, ladles, Windsor dip
per. 8J2-inch fry pan. nMBirat
stall. C. O. D-. r aprballB sr4rra tilled.
Marked Savings for Women and Girls
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES REGULAR TO $1.25
A sale for the woman who wears small sizes, be-1
coming dresses of percale or flannelette. 0JC
$1.50 JAPANESE KIMONOS FOR WOMEN, MISSES
Made of flowered Japanese crepe in regulation style Iq
with loose flowing sleeves and sash. I yo c
FLANNELETTE KIMONOS REGULARLY TO $1.75
Dainty flowered patterns. Loose style, with cordlqQ
girdle. Empire or belted styles. I 3c
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES REGULARLY $1.25
Gingham or chambray. in stripe, checks and figures, I
in good variety of pretty styles. I ' c
50c PERCALE COVERALL APRONS
Good quality, in neat, light colors. Kamono sleeves, I
belted back, round neck, pocket. OOC
25c CINCH AM OR PERCALE BIB APRONS
Round style, with fitted bib. Finished with bias j
piping. All made with pocket. . lC
85c PERCALE HOUSE DRESS APRONS
Of light and dark-colored percale. Slip-over-the-
head style, round neck, kimono sleeves, belted all hfiQ
around. Takes the place of dress. OVC
59c STRIPED GINGHAM PETTICOATS
Made full and large, with flounce at the bottom. I
Excellent for house wear. .VC
PETTICOATS THAT WERE SELLING TO $1.50
Some Klosfit. some string tops. Pleated, corded I
and tucked ruffles. Bright colors. OVC
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES REGULAR TO 75c
Sizes 6 to 1 4 years. School dresses of plaid ging
ham, in variety of styles, and good colorings. Prettllyff-Q
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES REGULAR TO $1.35
Sizes 6 to 1 4 years. Chambray or gingham in plain I
colors, plaids and checks, in most becoming styles. J.
extra well made. I yOC
CHILDREN'S 40c SATEEN BLOOMERS
Band waist style with elastic at knee. Full. lar8eJ.9Q
sizes for children 6 to 1 4 years. uC
35cto50c 1 rr
Four-in-hands in great variety
of broken lines and discontinued
numbers plain and fancy scarfs
of all kinds, for men and boys.
Extra Special 50c Dozen
Equal to any 2ic collar
made. Broken lines and sizes,
14. 42, 16, 16!2. 17. 17J2
Ecru-color cotton, medium
weight, for present and Spring
Flannelette j A Q
Good, full-weight flannelette,
with military collar. Desirable
colors, pink, blue, gray stripes.
Fine, warm shirts, especially
suitable for outing wear. Mili
tary collar. Cut full and liberal.
Colors navy and olive. Regu
That Sold to 75c Dozen
AH sizes and colors of but
tons, for all purposes broken
sizes and lines taken from our
regular stock. '
Shell Hair Goods
That Sold to 35c
A wonderful collection of
pins, combs, barrettes, etc. In all
styles, mounted and plain.
That Sold to 75c
Odds and ends of hundreds
of articles of cuff links, beauty
sets, coin holders, shirt sets, bar
pins, scarf pins, vanities and
many other useful and ornamen
Just 15 Dozen
Regular $1.25 to $2.00
Odds and ends, gloves tliar
have been soiled from handling
and display, gloves that have
been repaired, but all gloves that
will give good service. Real bar
gains here at 49c pair.
Odds and Ends of
Regularly to 35c Pair
Black cashmere and fine, me
dium weight cotton stockings, a
good assortment, but broken sizes.
Sold Regu'arly for
$1.00 and More
An assortment of voiles, both
plain and embroidered, corded
crepes and novelty materials,
made in styles that can be worn
all Spring and Summer. They
are slightly soiled and mussed
from handling, hence lowered
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