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First Methodist Episcopal Stale and
Church strata. Blaine 8. Kirkpatriek,
nW. Claaa meeting 9:15 a.m. in th
. northwest . room, downstair. O. P.
Litchfield, leader. Bandar school, 9:55
JB. J B. Littler, superintendent We
have volt graded school, with elssses
for all, Come oat and study tbe Bible
with us.; Morning worship, 11 'clock.
,Thi servics will be in special recogni
tion ef Blossom dsy, and in conjunction
with other churches, we inrite the people
to mtke this day et . special worship
, and gratitude to God (or His bounty end
providence. The sermon wilt be B the
subject. ''The Prophecy of the Blossoms."
Kpeeial moaio by the choir. . Epworth
leagues 0:80 o'clock. ,veninf service
7:80. - Stereopttcon address by the pas
tor en the subject,-Indi the Challenge
of Bweceas," t a set of hesntifnUy col
ore slides hare been Bade concerning
the work of Hi Laora Heist, who has
recently cone to Indian as a missionsry
from-this church. The oceassiea is -the
anneal thank offering of the Womsn'a
Foreign Missionary society. Ton will be
greatly. Interested in these pictures.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal South
Commercial and Myers streets. H. P.
Pern ben on, psstor. Sunday school at
9:45 s.m., E. A. Rhoten, superintendent.
With veil qualified teachers in every
department. Classes ' are open for mere
pupils of all ages. Ton will find it
profitable to spend an hour in this school.
The Epworth league meets at 7 p.m.
A live, inspiring service in charge of
the young people. Morning worship at
11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "When tbe
Helper is Come." Evening meeting at
Ooodi Blood Good Health
Are what everybody wants, but
comparatively, few' have. :
- - If you are tired and weak In the
ijoroJnv have, no appetite, have
Indigestion or dyspepsia, sleep
lessness, scrofula sores, blood hu:
mors r pains : of . rheumatism, disa
'rreeable catarrh In the head, your
blood t not irood.
Hood's Sarsapartlla. is the medi
cine to make, good blood and (rood
health. It contains great curative
virtue and promptly gives nerve,
muscular and digestive strength.
m nuu aose. inree times a
uay, ana uw positive results, abso
lutely prove Its merit. The reduc
tion In price and the removal of
the stamp tax make It by far the
most economical of all family
ureuitines. Kiei a Dottle today.
"One boil would be followed di
rectly by another, painful and an
noying. One bottle of Hood's Sar
mparuus gave sucn reuei I never
have had a boil since." Mrs. Anna
iiooa s 1'W.a help as a laxative.
IHlQod's Srsapari lla
1 ' MAKfS RICH. RED BLOOD AND PROMOTES" HEALTH i
8, subject. "Bat Jesus Sent Him Away."
Excellent music moraine an deveniag ia
charge of a. H. Robertson. We cordially
Invite yen to worship with os in these
rsrioua meetings. They are for your
help. . It will be a good way to begin
another wee kof life. Give God right of
way one day in tbe week. Ton will
enjoy the good fellowship yen rmd here.
change ia the boar of the evening meet
' First. Christian- Center and High
streets. J. (.vans, mm inter. Blossom
day will 5 be appropriately observed in
our school and church. The soar, acr
ma and decorations are specially pre-
pared for the occasion. The sermon will,
ul on T no w a jffsM rieMs. as mi
them, "Wake With Songs of Gladness.'
and riolin duet will be the musical
features of the morning service. It Is
exneeted that ear Urge Bible school wilt
be overflowing, aa it is tbe last day of
the eenttit with- the lerraUts scno
A ladies' quartet and anthem by large
chorus choir will festuse tae evening
program. Young people a meeting at
6:30. Go to church oa Blossom day.
tapper. in tne erening BI.r.u. ; wui
meet at 7 instead of 6:30. Jiote, the
change of time. Theme for discessiou.
"Better Lore s irty sweeping. nvn-
int worship: at S." Sermon "The IFeer
(ireateat Gardens in HUtory. Visitors
cordially wewemao at an aervn-- us
Trdav evening the men will be given
tbe priTilege of bringing their wiveg
aad sweethearts to tke Mroiaaraood sun
per. l acre win oe a real titauN
topper laai nigni. so me ennre ata
bership are asked to come aad have a
real meaL and still more fellowship af
terwards. The man who rails at church
suppers of the right kind does not read
tbe early chapters ef Acta. There ia
still fellowship in tbe bread. Prayer
service on Thursday evening. Topic:
Jason Lee Memorial North Winter aad
Jefferson streets. Thomas Arheson, pss
tor. Earl Officer is charge of Junior
church. As a church it is our ambition
to serve rather than to be served. With
this motto in mind we have planned for
our. Sunday services. Plan to unite with
e in this day of worship and service
for others. Our Sunday school will
meet at S:5 am. with C. M. Roberta
in ebsrge of tbe main acbool and Mrs.
liagemann leading tbe primary depart
ment. Our school U well organised and
lead by n staff of devoted teachers.
Strangers are made to feel ' at home.
Public worshiD 11 a.m. subject: "Min
istering to the Multitude." Special
thank offering will be received by the
Woman's foreign Missionary society.
The cause is most worthy. v. E.
Officer will preach le the junior eharch
at the same nour. Young Deeple cor
uisllr invited. Eoworth learoe devo
tional meeting at p.m. A most helpfal
meeting for young people. A hearty wel
come awaits you. Public worship at 8
p.m. Subject: "Exceeding the Speed
Limit. This will be a rousing evan
gelistic service. The orchestra will at
ist in the Sundsy school and league
services. The choir, will furnish special
music for both church services. The
public is cordially invited to all the ac
tivities of the day. Please ne'e the
North Seventeenth and Court streets.
Bible school 9:45. The primary child
ren will have charge. Next Saturday
afternoon a Dtenie in Bnsn a pasture
v be held (or an tae niaaiea of tha
community ' Hear about it today. Jun
ior following communion service. Morn
ing message. "The Home Yields." Come
ith your offering lor boms missions.
Intermediate endeavor 5:30 and aenior
7 p.m. Song service and aermoa 8 p.m.
Sermon "A Sad Mutate- Jote the
manre in evening services. Thursdsy
church school 7-9 p.m. Next Lord's day
is "Mother s Day, and a service in
honor of mother will be held. Ton are
welcome. Come whenever you choose.
R. L. Putnam, pastor.
Liberty and Center streets, W. C.
Kantner. minister. 10 avm. Sunday
school witn classes tor all ages and a
warm welcome for all newcomers. Mr.
H. M. Mead, superintendent. 11 a.m.
"The Wealth of God. 6.80 p.m. Christ
ian endeavor. All young people invited
and made welcome. 8 p-nu, "God's
Battle Axe. Following the address
there will be a motion picture bearing
the titie "Goads." This ia a film of
exceptional interest, showing many beau
tiful scenes in this Dutch city, famous
for it manufacturing of exquisite pot'
. . I in . kin . n in f,Mniu
water scenes, and views of architectural
detail make thia film one of great interest
to alL Oome and see it. Uood music
at all services by chorus choir under
direction of William . McGikhrist.
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Mr. aad Mrs. Caswell. 425 North Win
ter street, leaders. Snnday school at
o'clock, followed by gospel meeting
at 3. Also at the same place en next
Thursdsy afternoon. May 11, meet tag at
2:30. The Tuesday evening Bible study
conducted by Mrs. Caswell will be held
as usual st the home ef Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. Seojbee, 425 North Winter street.
besnnniBaw at 7:3U. All very cordially
invited to ait these services. Rev. W.
W. Newberry, dean of tbe bimpsoa Bible
school of Seattle, will probably be in
Salem for a day or two soon ; date of
meetings to bo announced later. -
Bingham and Kelly Rule on
Three of Recent Series
of Test Cases
Capitol and Marion streets Sunday
school 10 s.m. Preaching service (Ger-
hman). 11 a.m. No evening service. M.
Unitarian Church Cottage and. Chem-
eketa streets. Rev. Mania Fereshtian,
minister. Church school at 0 sl.m.
Graded instruction. Beginning next
Snnday morning the minister will give
te kit aoult class a seres of six lee-
tares os the Psychology ef Religion.
Devotional services st 11 a.m. Subject
of the sermon. "Tne Empty Well.
Anthem "Oh. What a W'orl This Might
Decisions in three of a series ot
six cases brought against tne
state aid commission tor ex-ser
vice men to test the constitution
ality of various angles ot the
bonus and. loan act were handed
down by Judges Bingham and
Kelly of the circuit court here to
California Mam Wins
In a suit Instituted by Fred K.
Hollister, a resident ot California,
it is held that a man who enlisted
in Oreron. thourh lie mav now
live outside the state, is entitled"
either to the cash bonus or the
Another, Phase Interpreted
In, a suit brought by. Margaret
Crane of Portland, widow of a
soldier who had applied under the
Be." The children's choir will sing the
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ing. Mm. Fereshetian will offer "By act prior to his death, and admln-
the Watera of Babylon. Mrs.' W
Dento nat the ogron.
CATHOLIC CHURCH FACTS
As usual this store is gardea headquarters.
We are prepared to take care of your needs in
Garden Tools Lawn Mowers
Alsd Garden Seeds
Salem Hardware CoC
120 NoiXommcrcial Street
By KEY. J. X. BUCK
(Continued)" . "
In time, however,' relief tame': but this
relief from "enemies without, wis no guar-
(nteo of immunity . from enemies within,
nd heresies arose, and portions of the
human element in the eharch sought to
disrupt her. But just aa' Divine provi
dence haa set limits te the- aea. ee He baa
act limitations te , the. ha man . mind to
mark the boundary of its limitations and
its , aspirations. "Thus far thou ahalt
go and no farther, aad here' thou shalt
break thy swelling waves. Usving es
tablished His Church, Christ ordained
that we should seek truth in tbe church.
Uod could indeed eondnct us individ
ually to a knowledge of the truth (for
His power ia infinite), but He saw fit
to establish another- way. He wished
aad decreed that each individual ahould
discern the truth, not alone, but in and
with the whole Catholic body aad com
munion, to which individual , judgment
must ever be submitted. Proud spirits
could not break the bond imposed for
the sake of Catholic unity and charity.
The inveterate spirit sprung from, the
opposition of the human heart, and men,
setting themselves up as leaden and
Judges, indulged in foolish and anbtle
speculations about God, Christ and the
Ubnrck. They endeavored te measure
with the wardstick of ' puny minds the
beighth and breadth and length of heav
en itself, and to compass U possible the
counsels of God, the cauae of His mira
cles, and the inpenetrable nsutre ef His
mysteries. The Church under the stress
was forced to speak and defend the
troth without fear or favor, and worldly
inflated minds, proud in their mated
independence of thought end chafing un
der the discipline of the church, rebel-"
tea, bringing rum anon themselves and
upon countless numbers ef their deluded
followers. Agsin it is the Church, the
kingdom of Uod, in conflict with, the
kingdom of the world. How appropriate
ly is she named the Church. Militant.
During the process ef heresy she had to
endure every form of, violence. Her
maternal inatincta were outraged, seeing
her children snatched from her bosom
by tniposters and usurpers who, in eider
to give some semblance ot reason for
their revolt, heaped upon her every lund
oi anese ana sianaer. Adv.
J 014 vmu Oorner)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store ,
REMARICABLE SALE OF
Special Offering in l!isses9 and, Women's
Suits, Goat$ iiidKesss
Misses', young ladies and, women's Coats,
in all, the preferred fabrics and colorings for
spring wear are here in a selection so ample
'as to warrant us In stating. that every taste
can be easily satisfied and at such a wlde
range of prices as to meet the requirements
of every expenditure.
$37 JO to $40.00 Coats
Every coat in" this lot is of sifperior quality
. the fabrics are new and desirable, . the
styles are uncommonly smart, the workman
ship of the best.! These garments come to
us at an advantageous price and we hare
marked them to sell at a substantial sating
to our customers. ' . ' ' '
$32 JO to $35.00 iCoats at
Women's and Misses' New Spring Coats In
a great variety of styles. Of Polo Cloth,
Bolivia, Velonr, Tricotine, Gabardine and
other materials. Novelty sport styles, tail
ored and dressy models. .Short, and medium
lengths.' Very latest Spring colors. Large
assortment of styles to select from. L
'$25.00 to $30.00 Coats at
fy. '.C . , $18,75 ' "
Great many attractive 'styles from, which to
chooee very newest. ": Springs Models, some
! made with narrow belts, all the new shades.
Sites 16 to 44. - '- -. ,r"
$37 JO to 442 JSO
; Including this eeason's smartesC. models is
Navy Serges, also TticoUne,lf Gabardines,
. Velours; Jersey Cloth, etc, made principally, r
with narrnw holfa manv nmartlV trimmed ti
with tucks, folds, braid and buttons, sixes 16 i
Other Coatsi Suits and D
New Spring Dresses
Dresses for all occasions and in styles to
please every taste. You will enjoy Beeing
this splendid collection of new spring frocks.
Beautiful models developed in Taffeta, Georg
ette Crepe Jersey asd serge. Draped, puffed, ;
ambroldered, beaded and . tailored effects. -Latest
spring colors. Short, medium or long ;
sleeves. - Special 918.73.
Central Congregational , Nineteenth
aad Ferry. Clayotn - Judy, minister.
Snnday acbool and, church, a combined
service, with special program by the
primary department at 10 an. Wo have
classes for all ages. ' Senior and inter
mediate Christian endeavor at 7 p.m.
Evening service ef song and worship,
with sermon, at 8. Subject, "Loyalty
a Test of Faith." Mid-week aervice
oa Thursdsy evening at 7.80. The East
Wlllsmette association of Congregational
lhnrcbes. meets with Central church May
9th at 2 p.m. for a five, session mtetmg
closing on the evening of the 10th. The
sessions are oped to aft, "and the evening
sessions sre planned especially for the
1500 Ferry. Services Tuesday ' and
Friday evenings, 7:30. Sunday' aehool
9:45 a.m. A quiet restful heme- for
Christisn workers. Prayer for tick.
Come aad wait oa tbe Lord for Divine'
healing. Home for old people.
East State end Eighteenth streets
G. Keehler, pastor. Sunday school at
9:45 a.m. Preaching service st 10:30
a.m. which will be ia the English lan
guage. The pastor will apeak on "A
Christian's behavior on His Way to the
Heavenly Home." Luther league at 2 :3U
p.m. Topie "Christ's promises.'.-' Bible
school every Satcrday from 9-12 a.m.
Bible study and prayer meeting oa Thurs
day at 7:30 p.an. Everybody ia welcome.
istratrix of his estate, it Is held
;that she personally is entitled to
'the bonus or loan, but that his
estate is not so entitled.
Coos and. Curry Highway
Conditions Are Shown
Cottage Street Evangelical 460 North
Cottage street. U H, Willard, pastor.
Our Sunday school has been increasing
in attendance the last few Sundsys, and
we are anxious to keep it growing. Ev
ery boy and girl, and every able-bodied
man and woman should attend Bible
school somewhere. Are yon doing thisf
Ton are always welcome at our little
Snnday school; it opens at 10 a.m. Morn
ing worship is at 11 o clock. This bt-
CHUKCH OF GOD
346 North Church street JV J. Gil
lesnie. pastor. Sundsy school 10 a.i
I Preaching service 11 a-tn. Subject "The
Conversion of. the Samaritans, their heal
ing, their baptism in water, and thtir
baptsm with the Holy Ohost. Acts S:
1-17. xouae ' people s services 6:30.
Preaching service 7:30 p.m. ' Prayer
meeting Wednesdsy evening 7:30. Come
i and enjoy the services.
t . !
Either the legislature or the
people can pass an income tax
measure without a constitutional
amendment, according to an opin
ion of Attorney General Van Win
kle written for the state tax com
mission. The inquiry was made
by the. commission at the request
of C. E. Spence, master of . the
state grange, and others.
The income tax measure filed
with the secretary of state Friday,
for submission to the voters at
the general election next. Novem
ber, by representatives ; ot the
State Tax Reduction league pro
poses an, amendment to the state
lag our "Mucation day, we will have Amnnrtmnni tint Maaaeeom
few short talks on our educations! I fAlll&ilunifclll HUi llCUCddOJ Y
wore oeiore tne sermon Dy toe pastor.
subject .hnst the Uiver and nustaitt-
er of Lille. The topic for U.K. la
Keeping the Sabbath." 7 p.m. in
stead of 6.30 aa previously. The even
ing hour for preaching lis also changed
to S e eloek. Subject. "Doing a right
Thing in the Wrong Way." Tbe mid-.
week prayer meeting will be held on
Thursdsy evening at 8 o'clock at the
church. v e invite yon to attend any
or all of these services at the church
of- "friendly handshakes."
South Salem Friends South Commer
cial and Washington streets, Nathan
8wsbb, pastor. 2497 Hszel Avenue,
Phone 152 6-J. Sundsv school at 9.45.
Junior . church 10 :40. Morning worship
11 o'clock. Mis Matilda Haworth. just
returned from the Central Americas
Mission . field, will bring tbe message.
C E. 7 p.m. Evening preaching service
at s. o clock, frsyer service inariaay
evening 8 e-' eloek. -r-w
Highland Friends Sundsy school at
10 o'clock. Daring April our attendance
waa the largest of any time in the his
tory of the church. Preaching acrvices
at 11 o'clock, by Ida J. Lee. C E.
meeting at 630 p.m.-. At 7.30 Matilda
Haywertb. Friends Missionary from
Central' Africa, home on furlough, will
sneak. Toung neople'a prayer meet ins
oa Monday evening at 8. ttegular
eharch prayer meeting en Thursday eveaA.
ing followed by the . monthly business
meeting. Tee are cordially invited te
attend- these services. L Q. aad -Ids
J. Lee, pastors.
First United Brethren Twelfth and
Mission. C. S. Johnson, pastor. Ser
vices Sunday morning at 11. Subject.
Tbe Chriatian's Bsnner. Evening
Sunday aehool at 10 a.m- U. B. - Bow
man, superintendent. Junior v. at
S D.m- Mrs. Burns, superintendent. C.E.
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7 p.m., unaries Anoerson, presiaeat.
Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday
evening. The attendance at Sunday
school is increasing, and interest in all
departments of the church s work is
First Church 440 Chemeketa street.
Sunday - morning services at 11
Subject of lesson sermon: . "Adam and
FaUen Man." Sunday aehool at 9:45
ajn. Wednesday' evening testimonial
meeting at 8 o'clock. - Reading room
209 Masonic Temple open every dsy ex
cept Sandsy and holidays from 11:15
te 5:30 p.m. All are cordially invited j
to our services and to our reading room.
X. B. a. A.
International BiWe Students associa
tion Meets every Sunday ia Derby I all
Corner Court and High streets, upstairs.
Hours from 10 to lz a.m. - feblte al-
waya welcome at these aervicoe. Sunday
May 7, at 3:30 p.m. there will be
free public lecture. subject "Deeta
and Resurrection; Millions now living
Will Never Die." Host what God's
word says about death and when it will
cease. iats free; no collection.
Condition of roads In Coos and
Curry counties is made known to
the state highway department In
advices received Satnrday. The
Roseburg-Coos Bay state highway
is open from Coquille to Myrtle
Point, but Is closed beyond. It
probably will be open about May
20 to Roseburg. The Coos bay
wagon, road is In bad condition.
The North Bend - Marshfleld -
Coquille road is paved. . The
Bandon - Port Orford, Gold Beach
California state line road is open
and In fair condition. Automo
bile stages are operating. The
IS Ruling Of Van Winkle MarsMleld;- Bandon road, by way
of. the Seven Devils route,, is
closedon account of ferry repairs.
When irregular or suppressed use Tri
umph PUla. Safe aad dependable la ell
per eaees. oi sold at a rag atoroa.
aot ei use lave I with ethers; save dia-
ssppolntmeai. Write lor "Relief' and
particular nee. Auaress national
Medieat T rivet. M ilwaukle. Wis.
gTJNDAT HEALTH TAiK WO.
BY O. Ia. aWUI. -
wiy wal't until tbefheated
pollution seison when 1. i!f
dust ot.plant Ufa 'fSe
exasperating dUea T - W.S? S-
TrLviai wnrself Un
necessary Steps tor su..-o- . ;
... twaniv ia. said, .
" , .. .mi immune, ia otef
tne outer biubhh -r- -
One person out. ui ---- 7-,.
e sntcepUble to Utis, stalled dUe.-.
. .v .inaleen ire imffluu
' 7- th nerw Tlf or of, the lr. passago,
words the nerve Tigur -.v,,,..--- off.
lining. I. such that It, easily VPwJg
the infection. ChiropracUc spinal adjuet
menu wlU restore tha neceary resist
ance, of these flaccid B
very high percentage of ?JJj;
periodical recurrence of ttto menT, ,
Iieok after year
. kaaitlv Ktt.
. yea - msy he ia
charge of the ii-
PRESS UCC OW SPINAL ?
THE fOliOYIfJNS ORGANS
a. ' na.a.am ' i'
Spinel OtaaVUni WW
The lower nerve
under the magnify
in301ass 15 pinched
by ahtsaugned joint.
FtNCHCD NERVES CANNOT
TICADJUST1N0 Re i
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THE UPPER NERVE IS
FREE AS MTIeKlirrrNDS.
"Our , daughters 1 Ada, aged,
tWrteen; suffered, every year
from hay fever from arly In-
. . a. A a . -
s fancy.. we inougn are was
no cure until we ; tried eniro
practle ! spinal djustmenta.
, Since. then.,.few adjustmenU
In the early part of" July have
been sufficient each, year to
f oresUU the lllnesa, : Bhe war
free of It for twa yearientlre
. ly but In eaeh'of the-lasVtwQ
years on lymptonui ot 1U pos
sible . recurrencee ttdlmtmenta
. have prevented the attack,M
.- Mr.- and Mr VW.-M.; Rubush,
Chiropractic Research Bureau,
statement No 1329F,
, YOltTt HEALTH . ,
v When your healthy starts de
pends on when you telephone
87 tor aa appointment."
V 414-19 0, S. BanX Biaz. -
First Presbyterisn On Church street
between Chemeketa and Center. . Ward !
Willis Long, minister. Sabbath school
meets at 9:45 a.m., H. E. Barrett, super
intendent. At 10:30 s.m. there will be
a meeting ef tbe session for the rrecea-
tien of members. At 11 a.a the hoar
of public worship, there wit be the
formal reception of members. Mr. Long j
will preach tbe tbe topie: "Sermons in
lowers. In tne evenmr at 7:SO
o clock, hia theme will be: "Set Frofits I
in Religion. The junior C.E. meets
at 3 p.vai and the intermediate and aenior
societies at 6:80. Monday, 8:30 p.a
dinner to the mothers and. daughters of
the church and congregation will be
served by the Men's elub. Thursday.
7:80 p.m- prayer, praise and Bible
study, followed at 8:30 by Christian
workers' training elass. Thia ia Blossom I
day, also the first anniversary of Mr.
Long pastorate. Show your apprecia
tion by year presence. 8trangers ia the
city are cordially invited to worship with
St. Psol's Cfcorch The Little
Church on the Corner. ' Rev. II. D. Cham
bers, rector. Holy euehsrist at 7:30
m. Tbe cburch ecbool meets at 9:30
The banner eloea for May wilt be an
nounced, -second celebration of the
Holy eurharist at 1 1 a-m. with sermon
subject "Knots. all- are invited to St.
Paul'. Tbe young people's society ef
et. Stephen I'ro-tatbedraL Portland.
will motor from Portland and join with
tbe young people a society in tne d.i
Lgsri win ee served, by tne reetor and
Mrs. Chambers after tbe mora in r ser
vice, end then the yoaag people will view 1
the blossoms and return' to n luncheon
at S:30 at the eharch, and at 6:30 the
two societies will gather for the regular
meeting. It M expected mat every mem
ber will be present and nil ether jeong
people laierestea are tnvitea. '
First Baptist --William T. MiHiken.
miniat'r. Bible acbool convenes at 9:455.
Edward Behaake, superintendent. . Grad
ed departmeate and ' modern .- metboda.
Morning worship at 11. Morning ser
mon "The Desirs ef the Supper. '-Tai
Spring Is Here
Why not make these nice
days more enjoyable by
Wearing one of our Made
to Measure Suits.
Just the material you
want is waiting for you
to make the selection,
well do the rest. Build
you a suit that is dis
tinctly ypurs. Built to
fit your particular taste.
Come in today and let us
take your measure.
426 State Street
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$ Less ;
Choose from our entire stock of, Coats, Suits and Dresses t 20 per
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Every garment bears the. oViginal price mark ticket r- i
These garments are all new, fresh merchandise, ordered especially for
this season's selling and include scores of pretty, patterns, developed in the
season's smartest fabrics. Deduct 20 per cent from our regular prices.
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Ladies? Suits. . '. . v. .$12 JO. to, $45M I
Ladies? Dresses,., .itom V
Commercial and Court Streets
aermoa will be louewea ' by the Lord
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