Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 243, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1943 Page: 2 of 4
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... 1W , the should bo wutly Ufcl Modern polk** training. *«ys ehltMWii ling or thumpinti
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For The Home Front
,'f you need work clothes on the job or to tetui
your Victory (rar.len you want those qualities,
comfort, neat looks, perfect fit, fast colors, san-
forised shrunk ami lonjr wear.
ARMY TWILL KHAKIS
Olive dral> fast color, sunforiz d shiunk, ful'lcut
khaki .suits that are sure to please the most
iwrticular customer. Sp«ciui this week-end . . .
KH AKI SI ITS
These me really an outstanding buy that we ar •
passing on to our customer*. We were very for-
tunate to ;r<'t these at a savin* that we are glut'
to share with our customers.
A sanforized shrunk, full-cut, perfect fi
tintr lonK-wearintr matched suit . . Only . .
M Y YOl'lt SHARE OF WAR BONDS . . !
^SSfUl • THIS IASTM IT'S SMART If IT'S
. ?iT'"'T ji I n m Illinium milium
j latter Arf&m&dr
These Crept Remains
S'hfi'r little frock* that to-
nv.nher > >ur budfet . . ,«n l
flitter you at the Mime tlm •!
ll.^h nerkerl tunic* and t<vo
piece ilylei it) aoft-tonwl
piiHtelt' Hut SMfcy* <
nav> -nnd-Mhite. Size*
Fashioned Par Easter
And the Duration—
A Man's Easter Out*
Fit Is Important, Tco!
You are •> t
Kaster nlom' !
Y i) ii want
can take it —
in style! And
IT! Fine woi-
perfec 11 y to
Dialling Casual Moods!
•oft DmsmiMr Typnl
Coats mv smart in line and
design . . . suits modeled
from expensive types!
CI'tom your; with rape from
r fi"r> -election ol quality
DURATION fabrics m nil
tlie charming spring colors.
Sizes 12 to 20 fnd 3S to 44.
Head fashions for Easter in
fine fur felt, many of them
Stitched crowns, bound ed-
IMI NT g
Fine I o n *•
proud to wtir,
short ie styles
. . . Two-tones
tempting to add a d<cnifi."d nil to igainsi picket leiu'es me lahoo _
the us. ol in. nra. an., iM> Auxiliary police trainees we,* UlllOIt Jllice Kecil)6
ami,'.ll«. ..riI!"^J"'s n* r<*ni!ii*d to icrotJnUr earetuil i* Cllocks Rh^URintic
W you suffer from rheumatic,
arthritis or neuritis pain, try this
simple home inexpensive reei|ie
For men or women with
pleasing personality, with
at least a grammar scho ;l
education. We can troii
vou for the future whin"
you are raining.
For Details See
new regulations before they were
given their ciutaa.
V0(/* CHOP'S "IN MS MT
Ummmm for St Tear* of help,
imp to make tester Crops
TIRMINU BRAIN CO.
soar wotfN. ttaas
that thousands ere using. Git
package of Ru-Ex Compound, a
two-week supply, today. Mix it
with a quart of water, odd th?
juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. \'o
trouble at all and pleasant. You
need onlv :t tablespxinfuls twi
times a day. ^ Often within IS
hours - sometimes overnight
splendid results are obtained. II
the pailts do not quickly leave and
if you do not feel bctt.-r, return
the empty package- and Ru-Ex
•vill cost you nothing to try t s it
! is sold by yeu dm glst under an
: absolute money.back guarantee
! Ru-Ex Compound is f.ir >«ale and
' recommend."1 by Barnes.Willinnv
I Drug Company "And Drug Stores
From where I sit...
Sy Joe Marsh
ii hn Trttmbull. our postmaster, But frim where I sit It's a Mg
i.Nikri up from his newspaper t eonsolution- nuu iliat rs-olilbi-
vest en lav end says: "I see they tlon is ovrr-to s.-c how nunlir-
taught another one o* them so- ation and lolr:ance have grown
called 'gunu-lonlK' of tho Pro- . up in Us place.
"Wonder how long It's going
•o t:ike us to wlpi out the evil
Prohibition left liehlml . . . not
to mention the billions of dollars
u cost the |>eople?"
Well. John's right o' coarse.
':ud to believe America could
i ver pass a law like Prohibition.
Nowadays, if a man enjoys a
friendly gla-- of beer or two
sifter a day s work, he not only
eun do it in ch in, respectable
nirrouiKli-cs but he knows
that no booile-'ger or gangster U
making a red cent on It.
April Savings On Felt Base Rugs...
DIC KIES OVERALLS
ripe <r blue sanforized for perfect
. Siz-.H to 52—
The cool work shirt for nummer wear.
Sanforized Shrunk . . .
6x9-Ff. Sixes | 9xl2-Ft. Sixes
Our iest Pelt Base Rug
5 « y 6
Super Durlin Felt Base Yard Geeds COe
6, 9, 12 Foot Widths W Sq. Yd.
Soars Straight Run
Sfreifht Run Approximately
50% ^Mlleta end 50% Cockerels
50 for $7.95
100 for $14.90
50 for $6.20
100 for $11.40
50 for $7.50
100 fer $19.90
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50 for $0.45
100 for $15.90
Other Popular Rroods ol
Aw w< Hocks tested tor health,
' end profit . . . order now!
Rhode Island Reds
50 for $7.95
100 for $14.90
^50 for $6.20
Colorful slate granules, adds e trim,
neat leak to your property. Roll cov-
ers 100 square feet. Famous Scars
Honer-Bilt quality! Re-roof now!
HjTVi ,v x-t
Asphalt Hex Shingles
100% Pure Asphalt Coating
Honor Bilt Quality
Saturated roe fait coot with 100%
pore asphalt. Surfaced with Sto-
So slate fraaules. Lone lasting.
Gives perfect pre taction!
• fee SOe
i I e vegetable
sceis ta start
a Vktary ear-
,:\*I • * * «* *V , i
Thin with wa-
ter and have
1'/ jgllsm of
wall imish r.t a
t:*,l of o^ly
Si 60 j -.r jat.! I
BRfNG YOUR TIRK RATION CERTIFICATE TO SEARS
YOU CAN SUY TIRES FROM SEARS
YOU CAN BUY THEM ANYWHERE
QRADE III TIRES
«RAM III TIRB tnclade Tires end Ra- ,
eepped Tiros sHK with plenty of mile* >
one lift is theml f
ORAM I TIRKS: Allstate President, Allstate Deluxe,
Allstate Non-skid and Rib Tread Tires
•RAM II TIRIS: Allstate emblem, Allstate Crusader
"New War Tire!"
•UY TIRIS ON SEARS EASY TERMS . <'
panti end shirts! •
Top quelity Senff*
bla stitched fe*
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, A u ' I ATMOf. u 'I Dim ( T « I () C, ORDIR S I R v I C f
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO
MAPS S f L i n
IO OH VORI
Sr PAYMENT PLA
90-Lb. Roll Roofing
With 2 Inch Lap. $2.79 Value
122 West Wfrlker
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 243, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1943, newspaper, April 15, 1943; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131849/m1/2/: accessed March 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.