The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 42, No. 208, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 31, 1933 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31r 1933.
M’CORMICK SUED FOR HEART BALM
Cinderella Club Gives
Halloween Dance Party
Members of the Cinderella club
entertained a group of friends with
n Halloween dancing party at the
home of Miss Barbara Gamble, 717
South Hadden avenue, Saturday
Jack-o'-lantern* lighted the rooms,
while orange colored blooms were
arranged In attractive bouquets
and the ceiling* were festooned
with black and orange streamers to
form a lovely setting for the de-
Invited guests included Miss Vir-
ginia Grabfelder, of Port Reno,
Messrs. Hardie Penny, Billy Col-
lins. Adrian Gebhart. Marlon
Hensley, Marion Bolton. Dan Gal-
lagher, Carroll Smith, Bert Hunter
Lewis, Wayne Entrekin, Eugene
Glass. Arthur Moss. Thomas Ashin-
hurst. Otto Hes*. Jack Lambert,
Clayton Campbell, Donald Roberts,
Billy Trent, Edward Clark. Paul
Mason, Hardy Payne and Jack
Punch was served throughout the
evening. Mrs. Ralph Gamble as-
sisted the hostesses in their hos-
* * *
Misses Ruth Hamilton and Mar-
guerite Punke were Joint hostess-
es Monday evening to the Bridget-
tes chib and entertained in the
home of the latter, 104 South Ad-
Only members enjoyed the Hal-
loween party and were greeted at
the door by a ghost. The rooms
were adorned with Jack-o'-lan-
terns, black cats and other con-
ceits of All Saints day. which were
arranged at vantage points, while
Sterling Thimble Club Hostess, tv- i ii \f-mhhnrn Hives
Mrs John Hackett, 1113 West Wude ln• J• “• iTla8nDurn l,,veh
T. M. T. M. Club. Hostess. Mrs.
Clarence Patterson, north of the
Priscilla Embroidery Club. Host-
ess, Mrs. R. P. Jones. 112 South
Athenaeum club members met in
the home of Mrs. LeRoy Jones.
120 South Macomb avenue, at 2:30
o'clock Monday afternoon for the
Players. Hostess, second lecture of Dr J. H. Marsh-
John J. Dillon. 1016 South
Ga-Time Club. Host*. Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Carter. 201 South Ro-
Mu Gamma Chi Club Hostess,
Miss Ruth Bunnell, 102 West Fore-
While Away An Hour Club. Hos-
tess, Mrs. Robert
burn, of the Oklahoma University,
In this Journey to a literary
shrine Dr. Marshburn led the
club to far off Africa to the birth
place of Aeschylue (525 B.C.i at
Dr. Marshburn said "The Mod-
Archer. Sunset ern reader of an ancient Greek
play must press back to as full
Nighthawks Bridge Club. Host*, realization as possible of the re -
Mr. and Mrs. W. W Mathew*. K‘°u» origin nnd the adiding reli-
1050 South Ellison avenue. kK>us association of Greek tragedy
Ladles Oolf Club. Hostesses, Mrs. Mllt' comedy.
M A. Ashbrook and Mrs. Hadley "True, the gods were those of
C. Brown. mythology but the element of faith
Unity Club. Hostess. Mrs. Hen and worship were always present,
ry Behne, 1017 South Macomb avr- There was no such thing as a
nue. play having a 'run', indeed a re-
Rainbow. Regular meeting in petition of a successful play was
the Masonic Temple, rare. It was given once for all
Wednesday Players. Hostess. Mrs as a religious offering at an an-
Malcom E. Phelps. 803 South Hofl nual religious celebration, usual-
avenue. ly in honor of Dionysus. The spec-
G. I. A. Hostess, Mrs. John tator was more or less consciously
Porter. 300 North Risk Island a worshiper. The theatre adjoined
avenue. __the temple and was within the
IS GIVEN BY CLUB
Silver Slippers Entertain
The young ladles' Sunday school
class ol the Central Methodist
church enjoyed a Halloween party
Monday evening in the parlor of
the church, which was attractively
decorated with suggestions of the
Fifteen members were present to
enjoy the evening, during which
seasonal games were featured.
Lovely refreshments were served
at a late hour.
* * *
One of the most delightful Hal-
loween parties of the. season was
enjoyed by a group of the younger
social set Monday evening, when
members of the Silver Slippers
club entertained at the home of
Miss Bernice Harrod, 1015 South
Club members present to assist
the hostess in entertaining were
Misses Betty Dale, Betty Crow-
ley, Gladys Taylor. Lillie Marie
Penwright and Helen Little.
Invited guests included Jimmy
Adamson, of Port Reno. Miss Mar-
garet Fischer. Carl Wallace. Bobby
Dale. Billy Laird, Billy Putnam,
Jack McKinster, Chas Mittnacht,
Tommy Jack and Bobby Lee
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Ricker, 603
South Barker avenue, entertained
Sunday with a well appointed 1
o'clock dinner honoring the birth-
day anniversaries of their son, Glen
Ricker, and Mi^. Glen Ricker.
Covers were laid for the hosts,
honorees and children, Helen Lou
and Johnny Henry.
* * *
Mri. R T. Doubleday
Harold F. McCormick
Nazarene Foreign Missionary So-
ciety. All day meeting with Mrs. p|„y‘ jK a helpful modern parallel.
although no such parallel can be
more than slightly suggestive of
the ancient conditions.
"Aeschylus Is a warrior poet.
Miltonic in style and Cromwellian
the evening, repeated the Hal
Mrs. Harvey Hoffman won the
favor for high score and the con-
solation prize went to Mrs. Wayne
Leach. They will entertain the
club November 14 at Mr*. Leach's
home. 314 South Admire avenue.
Monday's hostesses were assisted
ln their ‘hospitalities by Wms
Punke's mother, Mrs P. L. Punke
485 B.C., half
way between the battles of Mara-
'sysTa :;r,r.':,* *•**
ing at 2:30 p. m. ln the church
George W. Graham, South Keith
Young Matrons Society of Chris-
tian Church. Hostess, Mrs. Roy
Stafford, south of the city, wilh
the dining table was centered with Mrs. Chas Penwright assistant. , rv"SDiriT 7hs iim'riTama"
a wllche's kettle over a camp lire. First M E. General Aid Regutar1 ^ gJJ- ^
Tallies and appointments of a j meeting at the church with llc UT
lovely lunch, served at (lie close of third division as hostesses.
Dont lot 11/ II TT P.nnarai moor.
Dr. Marshburn concluded bv sug-
Seciirity Benefit Association. Reg- «**•"» that any one interested in
at the I O O P °rep|< Ofamn should read the fol-
"Agememnon" by Aeschylus.
"Oedipus Tyrranus” by Sopho-
"Alcestls" by Euripides.
Mrs Albert Bridges, of Mt. Ster-
ling. Ky.. was an Interested guest
to enjoy thp delightful lecture with
MONDAY CONTRACT PI \YEHS
Mrs P. N Irving, 419 North
Rgek Island avenue, had her home
prettily derornted with suggestions
of the Halloween season when she
entertained the Monday Contract
Players and a group of additional
guests Monday evening.
The Invited guests Included Mrs.
Rov Noblitt. Mrs R A Deck. Mrs. parlors
J W Elkins. Mrs. Oertrude Clark. Pour Hostess. Mrs Bvron U
Mrs R W Thonv Mrs Lula For- Reetor WO South Bickford avenue Vniertnlned' thr'T
DM w. P Oitt Mrs. E 8. Christian Missionary Society
Cupp. Mrs. John J. Dillon
Mrs Harry Lauer, of Oklahoma Mrs. Carl B
Mrs. L. W Mayfield held high Central M E Missionary So-
score for club members, while Mrs. piety. Business at 2 30 p m In
A breach of promise suit asking
$1,500,000 lias been filed in Chi-
cago against Harold F. McCor-
mick, head of the International
Harvester Co., by Mrs. Rhoda
Tanner Doubleday, 30-ycar-old
divorced wife of Felix Double-
day, son of the publisher. Mrs.
Doubleday, who charges that the
00-year-old millionaire proposed
to her and then called off the
wedding, and McCormick, are
shown above. He is the former
husband of the late Edith Rocke-
feller and Ganna Walska, the
Episcopal Guild Regular meet-
ing with important business to be
transacted at the Parish house.
Triangle Club Hostess, Miss
Vlrglnlu Hayes. 1120 Sunset Drive.
Rajah Club. Hostess, Miss Bethyl
Douglas. 705 West Wade street.
Mil South Hoff avenue, with Mrs. Sliutlee 820 South Macomb ave-
Wcods as associate.
Two. Hostess. Mrs. 8tanley
Warner, 920 South Foff avenue,
with Mrs. James Conner assisting.
Three Meeting In the church
nue, where Mrs. F Howard Mor-
ris will be lender of the program
on "Camelot; King Arthur’s Round
* * *
A. II. (’. CLUB
Miss Wtlimi Noblet. 202 North
- ■** ,<■» £K £35’ S35S»*5S
, Raines as program additional guest
At the called meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary in Le-
gion hall Monday evening plans
were discussed for a Joint meeting
of the Legion nnd Auxiliary for
Thursday evening. November 9. which
will be featured as one of the pro-
prams for National Education week
Mrs C L. McGill, A. L. A chair-
man of Education, has made ar-
rangements to have Dr. Morris
Wardell, of the history department
at the University of Oklahoma.
Norman, as guest speaker for the
Joint meeting. Dr. Wardell is a
World War veteran and n most
entertaining lecturer nnd all mem-
bers of both organizations are
urged to plan to attend the meet-
ing for which Supt. H. E. Wrinkle
has been asked to secure musical
numbers from the htghschool music
department. Refreshments will be
served at the close of the evening.
Other business was the comple-
tion of plans for the joint meeting
Thursday evening of this week in
Barnett's hall at Yukon The ladies
MONDAY NIGHT BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs Ellis C. Mount entertained
the Monday Night Bridge club
last evening at her home. 118 North
Mrs. Roy Stevenson received the
favor for high score and the second
high award went to Mrs. John
Lively. Refreshments were served
before adjournment to meet in a
fortnight with Mrs. Hoy Stafford,
south of the city.
* * *
ENTHE NOUS CLUB
Mrs. Maude Shultz, of Bowling
Green, Ky.. was an additional guest
when Mrs. B D. Ashbrook, 519
South Hoff avenue, entertained the
Entre Nous club Monday after-
The prettily appointed I o'clock
luncheon was followed by bridge.
Color note and appointments of
all the party details were sugges-
tive of the Halloween season
Meeting of the club November
14 will be with Mrs Thos. M
Aderhold, 405 South William* ave-
The rooms were gaily decorated
with black and orange streamers
that were festooned from the four
corners to the center chandeliers,
bats. cats, owls and other motifs
of the Halloween season, which
were arranged at vantage points,
while Jack-o’-lantern* shaded
Early in the evening bunco was
the diversion, in which prizes went
to Billy Laird and Jimmy Adam-
son. Then the group was invited
to the back yard, which wafi gay
with colored lights. Here fortunes
were told and various out-of-games
Sweets and fruit were served dur-
ing the evening, at the close of
which a weiner roast was enjoyed
around a pit fire and before ad-
journment a sumptuous Ice course,
in which pumpkin and cat motifs
were observed, was served.
Mr and Mrs. E. H. Harrod as-
sisted their daughter and co-
hostessses ln their hospitalities.
* * *
It was to honor the eleventh
birthday anniversary of her little
daughter, Faye Loulae, that Mrs
A. D. Kessler. 738 South Hadden
avenue, entertained from 4 to 6
o'clock Monday afternoon with a
surprise children’s party.
Various games and contests were
featured for entertainment and a
prize went to Helen Williams.
Guests to enjoy the celebration
with the honoree included Juanita.
Virginia and Mary Ellen Mitchell,
Betty Louise and Pearl McRae,
Ethel Lee, Betty, Lorraine, Buddy
and Bobbv Lamka. Louise Mills
Virginia Wllholt, Helen Williams.
Chas. Harvey and Harold Kessler.
Dainty refreshments were served
Km dose of the two hours of
merriment, during which Faye
Louise was presented many beau-
Mrs. W. G. Burks, who will de-
part soon to make her home in
Ardmore, was the inspiration for
a luncheon-bridge given Monday
afterhoon by Mrs. James M. Blair.
1108 8outh Hoff avenue.
Guests includ'd eleven intimate
friends of the honoree.
Autumn flowers were used in
bouquets to center the luncheon
At bridge Mrs. John Aven won
the high score award, while a
lovely hostess' gift was presented
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Keller,
410 East Wade street, entertained
Mondav evening with a 6:30 o'clock
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Em-
mett Thompson and the hosts.
Mrs. Frances Barker Is
Honored Monday Nigh1;
Twenty-one relatives and friend
of Mrs. Frances Barker gathered
at her home. 639 South Miles avef"
nue. Monday evening to entertaif
with a surprise party honoring h«f
seventy-fourth birthday anniveij
Suggestions of the Halloween sei
son and gay garden flower prettll
decorated the rooms for the cour;
tesy, which was enjoyed by lh
Mrs Luster Smith, Miss Vir*
glnia Owens and Raymond Smltl*
of Kingfisher, Mr. and Mrs. Har*
ley Newman, Mr. and Mrs. C. i)'
Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Clark
Jr„ Mr. and Mrs. Thos. GiUilai
Mrs A. B. Fisher, Mrs. Alva Me1
Donald, Miss Lorene Wright.
Jessie Barker, Miss Ada Bnrke?
Dr. B. E. Carder, B. R. Barker
Marion and Virgil Newman.
Bridge and various games werj
featured for entertainment and te
the close of the evening the hon(
oree cut and served her pink an'
white birthday cake. She was tfy
recipient of many beautiful an
* * *
Mrs. Marlon Higby, 411 Soutl
Evans avenue, Mrs A. A. Pitne!
and Mrs: Harold Hutchinson.
Yukon, spent Monday in Oklahom
Ingredients of Vic
VapoRub in Convement Candy Fa
VICKS COUGH DROf
A Genuine Thor Elec-
Not yet ad-
vanced, only 59.50
with Thor ironer 17.50
As lowr as $2.00 down,
$1.00 a w eek
Hot Pint Automatic
G. E. Vacuum Clean-
Best buy ever offered in a
good cleaner — $2.00 down.
75 cents a week.
‘We Do Plumbing Too” Phone 220
Lola Forrest was high scorer among the church parlors
the guests and Mrs. Elkins won the
Following the games the host-
ess was assisted bv her daughter.
Ml«s Charlotte Mae, Mrs Bert
B P O F Bridge Club Host-
esses. Mrs. V R Mordv nnd Mrs.
W C Ritter, who will entertain In
the ladles' room at the Elks home
All ellglbles. who are wives, moth-
MrDermott and Mrs Otis Ander- ers and sisters of Elks, are Invited
son ln serving a lovelv lunch. to attend ,
The meeting In a fortnight will
be with Mrs. McDermott, 3(16 North
RMk Island avenue
* * *
Mr*. Wm Lambert nntl Mrs
Two clever contests were fea-
tured. In which prizes were award-
ed Miss Zelmn Hilton nnd Miss
Ruth Keen. The remainder of th~
evening was spent Informally and
daintv refreshments were served at
a late hour
The meaUn* In two weeks will
b* with Mrs Clnrn Richardson. 638
South Miles avenue.
* * *
are responsible for a covered dish
dinner to be held preceding the
program, on which P. G. Patton,
past deportment commander, will
be the prlnclnal speaker. ’
Dancing will b. enjoyed following J
the program. Regular meeting of
the auxiliary will be held Wednes-
day evening. November 8,
* * *
S Class MASQUERADE PARTY
Mrs A P Neill, of the Llebmann
apartments entertained from 3 to
5 o'rlork Monday afternoon with
a children's masquerade pnrtv for
her little daughter. Margaret Ruth.
Guests were limited to kinder-
garten playmates of the honoree.
who displayed many novelty and
Various games and contests wen
featured for entertainment and at
Hostess at monthlv business and
social. Mrs Frank Smith, 301 South
T E L. Baptist 8 8 Class
Welter C. Kolschowskv entertained Monthlv business and social host-
Jolntlv Mondav aftrrnoon at a css. Mrs 8 F. Wilson. 102 North
prettllv appointed 1 o'clock lunch- Macomb avenue,
eon-brldee In the former's Ijomo Friday Bridge Club Hostess,
a» the Uebmann nnnrtments rom- Mrs Henry Behne. 1017 South Ma-
rllmcntary to Mrs Frnnk L. comb avenue.
Johnston, of Kansas City, Mo Women's Relief Corps. Regular ....... („_______________ ____|
Covers wor- laid at three tnbl-s meeting and Armistice day oro- |j„, r|0H(, „f (|v two hours of mrrri
which were lovely with their dee- cram at 2 30 p m In the I O O m(,nt delicious refreshments w-rc
orations ln keeping with 1he Hal- F hall I served
Pose Unit to the Flower Garden Grren and ornnae made up the
Club Hostess Mt«s Addle Rvan, I roior note employed In all appoint -
509 8outh Bickford nvenue I ment*.
Arno Art Club. Hostess, Mrs L. * * *
8 Bonnln. of Conrhn. with Mrs. |
Ernest Ewing lender of program
L. A. to B of R T Regular
meeting In the Trainmen's hall
loween season A like note was
repented In the luncheon appolnt-
menls. details of the gomes and
decorations nbnut the rooms
Guests other than the honoree
were Mrs W J Galt, of Oklaho-
ma Cttv Mrs John Manev. Mrs
.1 I. Wilson. Mrs E B Vore. Mrs
F H Moon Mrs W E Barrett
Mrs John Preston. Mrs.. L M
Tucker and Mrs h. Henry Sted-
Mrs Preston received the fnvor
for high srore In the afternoon’s
games while Mrs Jnhn«ton was
presented a lovelv gift from the
hostesses, who were assisted In
th'dr hospitalities by Mrs Pearl
* * *
Initial dance of the winter sea-
son for the Elks lodge was en-
joyed Monday evening, when an
enron and overall affair was feu-
Several out-of-town ctests wor-
among the one hundred tn attend-
ance Joe jnranes nnd his or-
chestra furnished music for the
revelers and refreshments were ser-
, ved during Intermission
* * *
8 O'CLOCK DINNER
Mr. and Mrs Adolph Orlesel 901
Ninth Fvsn« avenue, entertained
Sunday evening with s fl o'clock
dinner when 'heir curst* Included:
Mr and Mrs Chas Rnhins, of
Denver. Colo K' nnd Mrs Ed
Orlesel and children, of Weukomls.
Mr nnd Mrs. Luther Dungan nnd
family, of Kingfisher Mr and Mrs.
O A (lrlesel. und Leon Robins.
* * *
Misses Martha Lee. Marv Pearl
and Cnllsla Valltniit spent Monday
In Oklahoma City.
Kin Marian Blake 301 North
Rock Island avenue, will entertain
Tuesday evening a; three tnbl-s of
eontrart a* a farewell rourtrnv
i nmpltmrntarv to Mrs W O.
Burks, who will leave soon to
make Iter home In Ardmore.
The request of bridge players,
who have partlclnaled ln former
Pan Hellenic scholarship bene-!
fit parties but who do not playd
eontrart, prompted members of Pan.
Hellenic to decide Tuesday to addjl
auction tobies to the bridge touma-!
ment tn be held at the Parish |
house Wednesday afternoon nnd
Additional reservations have been
made by Mr and Mrs. Ray Maher,
Mr. and Mrs. John Preston. Mrs. j
Stanley Warner. Mrs. John T Nnv-
lon. Mrs Marquis Stone Morris,
Mrs James P Nenl. Mrs Aloha L.1
Johnson, Mrs. Glenn O. Mordv.
Mrs Carl Lyons. Mrs. Robert T.
Howel, Mrs Kepler Johnson. Mrs
Albert Bridges Mrs Maude Wil-
liams. Miss Marian Blake. Emerson
R Kelso. Capt Hobart R. Gay,
I.uther C Oadberry, Fred Hlx.
* * *
You Can Depend on the
Man Who Advertises
BY ROBERTA LEE
NINE times out of ten you will find that the man who adver-
tises is the man who most willingly returns your money if you
are not satisfied.
V WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL PRESS v
I By E. V. SHEPARD
FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER
HOW CAN 1?
RY ANNE ASHLEY
Q How can 1 prevent deep
scratch** on new shoes?
A The first time a pair of new
shoe* Is worn, stop at the first i
shae-ahlnlng parlor and have them
shined Bv doing this, scratches |
will effect only the surface,
Q, How can I remove tea and
coffee alelna from linen?
A. Soak the spots In glvrertne
Allow it to stand for several hours
Tlien waah In tire usual war
Q How ran ! prevent breakage
of Jars ol^>rearrvr» and Jelly when
A The glaae Jars ran be kept
from cracking by rutting old Inner
tubea Into aeetlona the right length
and allplm them over the Jara.
DIFFERENCES IN METHODS
CERTAIN type* of holdings yield
belter results with one method of
bidding while another style of bid,
ding will give better results with
eertaln other types of hands This
fact was strikingly Illustrated with
the deal below, appearing In a match
between two teama-of-four, playing
rubber bridge, with the tame eerie*
or deals. Team A was some 1,500
points ahead at the time. Un the
niblier then In progreae Team It had
a gnma In, with 00 pointa on (lie
second game, while the other team
had no score. South dealt,
., * k Q 10 3
♦*S42 p-"*> 1 4T
V J 7 6 5 2 11 , f 9 8 4 '
♦ 106 8 UrlJ ♦8 7 64 2
♦ AQ 106 ,
* * A
♦ A K Q < |
♦ A J 9
Team A wera using an opening
Md or S. for showing a hand worth
same at a mater suit In ease port-
ner had fair eu, port. Thlo team also
bid to tho ecoro. When the Routh
player of Team A bid S-Dlamoada,
h* meant that he expected to win
gamo and rubber In case hio partner
held not fewer than I email trumps
and I quick tricks but tho bid did
not In ths least show elam probablll-
ties. An opening Md of 0 was re-
served for that purpose, and Houth
did not feel that he was strong
enough to force, being to weak In
hearts and having only I clubs
The North player of Team A ac,
cordlngly passed, Blx-odd trlcki
were scored. Thle gave Team A
gome and rubber. The More on that
rubber was 1 JO point* for trlcka won,
with l?n pointa for th* lovo rubber,
or a total acort of 820 points.
Having CVt quick trlcka, tho South
playor of Team U mad* an opening
hid of t-Dlamonda, Jutl as his oppo*
cent had donn on Team A. Th* op*
riling J bid of Team R was Intended
us a forcing bid. This team never
bid to the acore. The (set that 1-odd
at diamonds would mean gam* and
rubber had no Influence upon tho
meaning of that bid. North bad to
respond. Having JH quick trlcka
North at once saw slam possibilities,
although at ths moment he did not
know which make would bo bast for
hie elds. North's first bid was !•
Hearts. When Noutb shifted Into !•
Hpsdss, North Jumped ths Md to I-
Hpadea. RouUt showed shortness ot
spades and poaaaaalon of all 4 Aceo,
by bidding 1-No Trumps. North
knew that ths small slam bonus for
ths hand would help a lot to wipe
out ths gains mads by opponents,
presuming that opponents did not
also reach a email elam. Its also
knew that ths grand slam bonus of
3.860 points when vulnerable prob-
ably would mean Mnnlag the ■natch.
North bid T-No Trumps, which waa
a spread. Team R mads 1.140 pointa
on that one hand, against opponents'
110 points. This one hand won ths
match (or Team B,
Q Is It ncc«ssary to recognize
a letter of Introduction promptly,
or may It be postponed for n
A. A letter of Introduction re-
quire* prompt acknowledgement.
Q Is It ever permissible to use a
toothpick at the table?
A. Never It Is very Ill-bred to
use a toothpick In public,
Q. Is It proper to say "Tlinnk
A. Yes; politeness demands It.
Hu has too much at stake to risk losing your trade or
your confidence. You can depend on him.
We bu^ gunny sack*. Farmers
He is not in business for today or tomorrow only—but for
next year and ten years from next year. He knows the value
New Pebble Weave
in Browns and Blacks
You get better merchandise at a fairer price than he could
ever hope to sell it if he did not have the larger volume of
business that comes from legitimate advertising nnd goods that
bear out the promise of the printed word.
Don’t miss the advertisements. This very day they call
your attention to values that tomorrow you will lie sorry you
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