Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917 Page: 3 of 16
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY. APRIL 27 1017.
Wanted articles standard at lower prices. Women
who watch our advertising and buy when prices touch
bottom as now sine considerably. Check off your
Sempre Giovine Mc
El Rado Depilatory 39c
Almond-Cucumber Lotion 19c
Mum Deodorant 19c
Culicura Soap joc
Washable Face Chamois 10c
Imported Bay Rum (6 oi.) :5c
Clothes Brush (bristle) 19c
Sanitol Fare Powder 19c
Casavera Disappearing Cream. 39c
Othine (double strength) 85c
Metroliied Wax 69c
Nadinola Cream iic
Trailing Arbutus Talcum ... 13c
Rexall Toolh Taste 19c
Java Rice Powder 39c
Orchard While (.1 or ) 29c
Rubberset Tooth Brush 25c
Metal Sprayers 39c
Woodbury's Powder 19c
La Blache Powder 39c
Shaving Brushes 19c
Rose Talcum 25c
D. c R. Cream (jars) 29c
Sunshine Rubber Gloves 23c
j Indiana Physician Says Food
ShortaAo Repot ts Are
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Sent By Mail Prepaid
Developing and Printing of Kodak Negatives.
WESTFALL DRUG CO.
REX ALL REMEDIES
A Patriotic Thriller
If You Want Your Americanism Stirred to Its Depths Hear
in his masterful lecture
"Tle DEVIL KAISER"
Saturday Night at 8
First Christian Church
Tickets Selling at Wcstfall's ami K'wrh A Yesey's.
INDIW W'fil.K Ind. Ai.nl 27..-
Dr. hiliis Lastman riMilie.l Ins hone
hire t 1 t ' alter spending almost a
r.ir in hospital work at Vienna He
i Missel tlie Atlantic f i inn ( opcnhaifi n
ti. New York in a tank :camrr I lis
family li.nl nut lie.inl from liim i'r sev-
Theaters and Catei Filled.
Dr. Listinjii vs mid nut in'miu-n' n
the attitude el 'lie Austrian's towaid
tin: war nr thru ability ti hold mi'
lie mii In. never that inin.i is gav
ami that it was diiin ult tin re tn til!
that war is in progress. '1 he theaters
anil (.lies lie ihi larril aie tilled ilailv
He sanl thr repi rts reg.mlitig tool
i I'lnlitinns ami dissension in Aiimim
are exaggerated I here i- not the I I
there that Americans h.ive hut Di
Lastman sanl Ins i lserv at inn was that
the average rrsnlrnt has hern gcMin
enough l"Oi to kcip him in a hra'thy
No Butter; Little Culfre.
lie said he inl not ta'e butter in the
ten rnontlis he was in Vienna ami that!
the bread was made of bran straw ami
potatoes. I here is verv littl iter in
Austria hut he said 'Mir peoilr have
made a good stihttitute out oi ground
acorns figs ami null
Kmprror Charles visitrd Dr Mast
man's hospital soon after he was
crowned. Dr. Lastman asserted the
new emperor seems to he very poiular
amoriK he" people.
Brake Failure Injuries Two.
( t'SIIINt. April J7 -(Spe
cial )(iuv I ester a ( olitr.ii tor of
lushing was badly iriiirei when with
several other ( iishing business men
driving near Oiltnn ilifeuguie of their
autoniohilr went dead on top of a hill
'I he brakes f.ntid to wnrk ami t'i'
maihine hat ked i..wn the lull tumping
a fifteen loot hank lames M illovva?.
who was sitting with the diner was
also injured The rest of the party
escaped uniniurrd hv jumping
Two Chargrs Against King -- Two
rhargea i.f v ii.l.itlnt; thw irniihlttry Isw
were fllnl RKMinut Jink KIhk In rmiiiiy
eourt tlnn innrnliiK He In lnirc. 't with
; l r import i iik K rnl euiK lii'iiiinitinii
38 Ad tie (fam'sons"
What Great Change Has Come Into
Lillian Underwood's Life.
SILK SHIR T
Friday and Saturday
At "The Live Store"
Today and tomorrow your choice of 37
dozen Men's Tub Silk Shirts in a hijr assort- "
ment of fancy and neat stripe effects ; good
colors; all sizes.
Jut another demonstration of our huge
$5 Values For
On Main at 136
Duplex I'irclcss iV
m. aw ai ar '. s
Women s Overalls
"Small Profits and Quick Service." Woodrow Wilson.
A Practical Demonstration of This Policy in a Sale of
Men's Shirts at 89c arid US
Hundreds and hundreds ready. .-Look at 'em in the windows.
Come nearer inside jfet the "touch" of the fabrics (excellent madras
and mercerized cotton shirtings) ; unpin one of them note the ample-
n ess of the "skirt" the yoked back shoulders doubled the fixity of
the neat pearl buttons and the scrupulous carefulness of the work-
manship. After all this you men will be convinced that
THIS IS SOMETHING NEW
The Sale of
ID yrni hear from the t'mler- ;
woods? Are they oiimnit? I
I asked the iiuestion of
Dn kv hefore he fairlv (jot off his coat i
"Dmi'l know-" Dn kv returned "l.il .
wants yiui to rail her up I d 'n't
think she's (pitte up to her usual self
her von e sounded queer some wav
sort of constrained. Did you un hold
of the Duikees""" j
"Yes. ami thrv're mminc Mrs. Dur-
kee was lovely admit it She said smite
friends ssho were to dine with them
had disappointed thetn and that if they
hadn't received our invitation she and
her son would have had a very quiet
rathrr lonely dinner at home"
"Well if the I'nderwonds rome
that'll make six of us hesule mother."
Dirky returned "We will proliahlv
have a Rreat deal hetter time than if
Kluaheth ami her hmod had arrived
"That was a mttrn ileal of I.lia
heth's at that;" Duky went nn. "hut I'm
not surprised She always was like
that; perfectly irresoiisihle about
keepitiK enuauemrnts or hurting peo-
ple's feelings tjueer ton for she's
a Hteat deal warmer-hearted naturally
I Hooded I remembered verv dis-
tinctly Dicky's sister. Harriet the bi.
brilliant handsome woman who made
snrh an efltcient helpmate for her dis-
tmKuished surRemi bushand Dos tor
"Harriet is as rold blooded as a
fish" Dicky continued "about any-
tlnim that doesn't roncem that beloved
husband of hers but she'd die the
death rather th.ii play a trick such as
Kluabeth has treated lis todav. How
j does mother feel about it'" hr asked
f... ...:.! .i.-1. . r..i
I in niii iiir irrrmiy (rrirsen
over it. 1 returned Hut she has been
very brave and. Dickv she was ex-
reediiiRlv sweet shout having the l'n-
derwoods and the rest invited (or to-
nmtrowr. )n Ro up to see her rmht
away I think it will please her"
Lillian's Cryptic Words
"I know sunn-hod v rise who's sweet
about thinvs ton" mv husband re-
lumed diving me a swift embtaif and
Nephews and Nieces of
Hoy and pirl dulls in patriotic
dress. Very handsome dulls they
are too- made by Hursrnan one
of the master doll manufacturers.
Other Horsman dolls-Jl .S to 5.
That shirts like these have not been sold at 89c and $1.15 before!
The heading above gives you the how and why. "Small profiUi
quick service" plus quantity a disposal of large quantities in a
short period of time at slight profit margins. That is why the prices
are Site and $1. 15 instead of more; r CStf
Stripes in dozens of colors fadeless soft curt tsa 11 sizes. You'll
buy a summer supply.
There will be extra salespeople immediate change-making and
wrapping "quick service."
A Stirring Buying Call to Thrifty Women
Dainty Neckwear in a Clearance
An ambush of bargains that's what you will encounter when you visit the neck-
wear store today. He prepared- There will be bargains to the right of you bargains
to the left of you bargains to the front of you. bargains to the rear of you bargains all
around you all clamoring to gain your attention and at-
tacking you with the money savings they offer in order
to induce you to take them away.
In other words a clearance of this that and
the other at breath-taking reductions
Group 1 35c
Winsome charming little col-
lar of white organdy crepe and
(ieorgrtte; plain ndors or bor-
dered in colors The values are
rye -openers really 35c is like
filiditiR them. Please be early.
Group 2 95c
l ine collars slightly mussed of
organdies and ieorgettes ; all in
very new and wanted style
winsome detachable neikwear in-
cluding some of the prettiest we
have had this season.
Again Tomorrow Whisking Out Silk Remnants!
A carpenter is know by his chips
a silk sale by its remnants. The silk
sale of Monday and Tuesday has left
in its wake hundreds of yards of silks
in remnant lengths. These lengths
range from 1 to 5 yards and there-
fore as you see they may be used
for many purposes.
A recital of the weaves involved
is like a roll call of the season's most
Crepe de Chine Georgette China
Pongee Faille Taffeta and Char-
meuse in all the colors light and
dark in stripes checks plaids and
An alluring tempting miscellany
of beautiful silks at prices half of
what they were. The savings are as
real as bricks.
Remnant wqfijens also at half.
THE KERR DRY GOODS CO. OKLAHOMA CITY
Washing Won't Rid
Head of Dandruff
Read the Want Ads
The otilv sure way to net rid of dand
ruff is to dissolve it then you drstroy
it entirely To do tins set about four
ounces of ordinary li'(inj arvon ; apply
it at night when retiring; use enough
to moisten the scalp and nib it in gem.
ly with the fitter tips
Do this tonight and by morning
mmt if nn sit. of your dandruff will
be gone and thtee nr four more ap-
plications wilt completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign and
trace of it. no nutter bow much dand-
ruff Yvtmay have
Ynu will find too that all itching
and digging id the scalp will stop at
once and your hair will be fluflv. Iu
Hons glossv silkv and snt and look
and feel a hundred" times better
You can get bipod arvon at any dru(
stort. It is inexpensive and never latli
i) do 0)0 otk. Ad
a tender kiss before bounding upstairs
to Ins mother' room.
I turned to the telephone with my
heart burning w ith 'happiness. Duky's
tender approval alwavs means much
In me. And mv contentment was not
lessened by the knowledge oj my moth-er-in
law's soltened feeling toward me.
Lillian's vnicr however nude me
forget all my contentment anil filled
me with misgiving. It was tense to-
tally tinlike her usual bluff hearty
tones and with an undercurrent in it
that spelled tragrdv
"What is Hie trouble. I ilban'" I
asked as soon as I bad heard her
greeting; "1 know something is the
matter hv ynir voice"
"r there is." she replied "hut noth-
ing of whuh 1 ran speak over the
phone lell me. are you going to have
any strangeis ihere totnoriow ? I rnuld !
noi get anything definite out of Dickv" I
How like I illiail the bluff honest j
speech was! Mtnost any other woman
would have hpi run ally assured me
(hat nothing was the matter. Hut lint .
Lillian I nderwiM-d ! I
"Nobody but the Duikees." I assured i
her "Kiev have alrradv promised to
lie here lint Lillian you surrlv must i
get here as soon as yo.i can. 1 shall i
come in alter vmi " j
"You couldn't keep me awav you
blessed rluld ll vou are going . have
no strangeis there I illiati returned i
"I don't mind the Durkees Hut II
need you. my drar vrrv niiii h Now I.
must " tell vou something - don't be
shmked or surprised when nu see me
for I shall be somewhat changed in ap-
prarame K'un along to Dukv now
I'll be with on some time tomorrow
forenoon timid by."
Robert Cordon Thanes. j
I almost forgot to hang up the tele- i
phone receiver in mv bewilderment I
What trouble tnuld have umie to Lit- i
ban that she needed me? She was the
last iiersun Hi the world to need any
one. I thought - she whose sterling good
sense and unfailing good nature had
brlped me sn nianv tunes And what
ihange in her apesrauie did she mean
is hen she lautioned me against being
linked and surprised at seeing her
'Mv anxiety on miing Lillian stayed
with me. all through the evening. 1
awoke in the night from troubled
dieams of her to eiiially troubled
linn ghts cocertiing her. And my con-
cern was complicated by a message
which Duky received the next fore-
noon. We had barely fitiisfled breakfast
when the telephone rang and Dukv an-
swored "Hello." I heard him sav; "Yes. this
is tiraham. Oh! Mr. (lordun! how do
My heart skipped a beat Hubert (ior-
don. the mysterious elderly man re-
pined to be a millionaire who be-
cause be had known my mother had
hown mii h an unaccountable interest
"Why! that's awfully kind of ynu."
Dnkv was saving "hut we couldn't
possibly accept because we have guests
coining ourselves We expect to have
a regular old fashioned country dinner
here at home Hut. why dn vou not
come out to us? Oh no you wouldn't
disturb any plans at all - they've been
thoroughly upset already. We hs4
planned to have my sister and her fm
sly. six in all spend the week wital
us but yesterday we fnnnd they coolfl
not come. So we're inviting svhsl
friends we ran find who are not other
wise engaged to help us eat our dinner
You will be more than welcome if yon
will join us. AH right then. Do yott
know about trams.2 Yes .any taxi
driver ran tell you where we arts
( iood by "
Adler Collegian Clothes
$15 to $25
Clothes hnve character just the same as people.
It is usually evident at first meeting. It is sure to show
Adler Collegian Clothes
have character to start with and character that remains
the same comfortable companionable dependable char-
acter you find in your best friends.
Collegian character is the result of faithful adherence
to Collegian standards of distinctive design faultless fabrics
and skilled workmanship.
Collegian Spring and Summer suits now on display in
our store reflect the best ar tand skill known to the gar
ment trade. Other Clothes at $12.50 to $18.
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