Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 95, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1925
Red Tag Sale
Don’t Miss It
r»()c Bleach 58-inch Table Da-
mask, lied Tag OA/»
75c Turkey Bed 'Fable y|Q0
Damask, marked T’J/C
One lot 35c Novelty Serpentine
Crepes, Red Tag Sale 25 C
One lot $1.95 S|C OQ
|ej> 1 •«}«/
Silk Canton, marked*
And a better qua.1- ^ J 40
ity in lied t ag Sale
One lot $1.95 Crepe J J
de Chine marked.
And a finer grade Crepe de
Big assortment $1.49 Silk Oriole
Crepe, Red Tag J J J 0
One lot 75c S|C Novelty Silks,
Ucd T« 59c
One piece strawberry, ^0 ^
35c Novelty Voiles,
Red Tag Sale price...
leno effect, 75c values at
$1.95 Juillards stripe Silk Broad-
cloth, usually sells £ J 40
Assortment 25c Voiles,
marked in Red Tag Sale
Substantial price reduction on
plain and fancy Voiles
39c Black Sateen in
lied Tag Sale.............
Substantial price reductions on
Ladies’ and Misses’ Hosiery
One lot Infants Black OO _
Hose, values to 50c, now mm
Child's 95c blue or white^JQ ^
Assorted lot to 19c,
Silk Sox, Red Tag Sale
One lot Child’s 25c 3-1
length Sox, marked
Assortment Rayon a
Silks, 75c values for. tI%/C
One lot to 50c
$1.00 Pink Rajah Linen £J(\ _
lied Tag sale price Oa/C
75c Art Linen
Sizes 8 to 12, original values to
One lot 32-inch 39c 25C
Zephyrs, Red Tag sale
$2.95 Rubber Diaphram Redu-
cers, Red Tag Sale ^ jj
75c Light gree S|C Silk 1
Crepe, yes sir, only Iwv
(This is no misprint)
$2.95 assortment Flat Crepes
Red Tag Sale d*Q OQ
price ..................... OV
$3.85 Satin Face and Canton
Crepes, Rod Tag
$1.00 Silk Failes in
Red Tag Sale..........
$2.50 Changeable Taffeta
50c Lingette in Red
Tag Sale priced ........
One piece $1.49 blue
Messaline, marked f vC
$1.69 Assorted Mes-^ ^ ^0
sailne, Red Tag sale
$1.95 Wash Satin
39c Plain colors NegligeeQQ
Plisse, Red Tag Sale.... m %/ C
Ladies’ and Misses
$1.25 kind for 75 C
$3.35 kind for........ $ 1 >05
$3.95 kind for........$2 *60
$4.40kind for $2*05
$5.95 kind for $3 *05
BASS BROS. CO.
49c values in a group plain colors
Red Tag 30C
65c Novelty S C Silk Plisse,
usual sells for 75c 54 O
Red Tag Sale ju ice.
95c Novelty imported Broad-
cloth, Red Tag Sale »7Q
price ............................ / */ C
Big assortment 49c Lingerie,
best colors, Red OQ.
Tag price................ u%7C
75c Novelty blue Lingerie, Red
Tag Sale 4Qr
One lot Nainsook in pink *
only, marked........... 1DC
39c Nainsook in assorted colors,
Red Tag Sale
Mr*. G. W. Caskey of Melton arrived’the hospital for the past three weeks Mrs. R. C. Flick of Cuero is in 'ioa-
In Yoakum today for several days is now at the home of her parents Mr. kum visiting her daughter Mrs. A. ().
visit with her niece Mrs. M. D. HaJford ^ and Mrs. G. Schulz. Fj*obese.
William Huetmer of Sweet Home
was a visitor iu Yoakum today.
The greatest Hick you’ve ever known , Morris, "The Old Reliable"; Max Loeffelholt left this
in a Picture RICHARD UARTHKL- j Cleaner and Presser. Phone ll!>. i for «len *',ora whero he w,u °»"’n a
MKSS In Classmates,
Madge Evans resisted the tempta-
tion of fashion and refused to bob her
hair. And her long hair was a big fac-
tor in her favor when Director John
Mias Uee Shropshire returned today
altera brief visit In West Point.
ST inch Red Star Mlrdseye
II .St Mass. Yoakum.
Gail Oliver Jr. left today for ltous-j Mrs. A. S. Pressly of Corsicana came | Fresh Country Rutter and
ton after a brief visit in Yoakum with jn today to visit her daughter Mrs. M j^ady Fcas <dry). Stop at
^ M. Walton and family.
SAVE YOUR SIGHT
Have your eyes examined.
Albrecht Jewelry Co.
Mrs. Mat Moika and daughter Miss
Annie, Mrs, Stedman of Shiner were
Otto Canted returned today rrom a 63 tf Albrecht Jewelry Co. ; in Yoakum yesterday shopping,
business trip to San Antonio, —--------- * 1 ^
”...... " ’ ^ j B. G. Schmidt Is spending a few j Fresh Country Butter and
Miss Kvetyn Hatch who has been days at Orange Grove looking over‘ jvus (dry). Stop at
the hundreth case and a bobbed ac-
tress would have been out of place in
! the part. Sylvia is an aristocratic
! Southern girl .and she represents the
heroine of romance rather than the
modern flapper of the jazz drarna.
Ar.d so young Miss Evans with her
, long hair worn high on her head fit-
„ , ; Robertson selected her as leading wo-1 , L . ,
Fresh ted the picture more closely than any
!of the bob haired actresses "ho ap-
plied for the role.
Although she is only fifteen years
.. ... ............... iareo KODertson is tn ravor ot ootmtHi i
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Whittington ami :old. Madge is an actress.
, w. . , .... ....... „ l hair for tire screen actress who wants . , _
daughter returned yesterday from an. At the Grand Monday and Tuesday.
j l(\ nil! V tmwlavit mvLie Hut tliiv r,\lo rtf
extended tour of the western states. I
Cash and Carry Store.
man to Richard Barthelmess in "Class-!
In ninety-nine cases out of a hun-
dred Robertson is in favor of bobbed
hair for the screen actress who wants
to play modern roles. Rut the role of
Sylvia Randolph in "Class mates" was
visiting relative* in Corpus for the his farm there,
past two w eeks returned home today. ——---
: Cash and Carry Store.
The dream of every boy
Rohan* *'**ry *irl RICHARD
94.3 j MESS in class mates.
the pride of
---^ ---... Two Roglsteml Pharmacists In our j \|r, Mnd Mrs. Joe Mikullk left this
W!U »vsy highest market price for Prescription Department, at your ser- ■ morning !*r Moulton fora brief visit!
kens. Walker* Quality Candy Co, jvlee; Koerth Bros., Druggists. Mem-1 with retallves.
85 3 bers Texas Qualified Druggists I.o«-
----------------- gue. 65-t f
Mrs. Jack McFarland and baby of
El Paso who have been in Yoakum
j visiting friends h?ft for York-
Quito a neat sum was distributed to 230 Depositors in our
Miss Alla Hayden Armour t* spend
t«g the weekend tn Victoria visiting
Her sister Mr*. Howard Edgar.
j Two Registered Pharmacists in our
! Prescription IVpartment. at your ser-1
t town to visit relatives before return-j,
ing home. «
as INTEREST, on July 1: did you received part of this?
OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY
Mi's Steve ivuorvl who has been in
'vice: Koerth Bros., Dntggists. Mem
j Ben Morris. "The Old Reliable"
Mr* Ray Bennett of Cuero returned
home twvlay after visiting Mis .1 >•'
bers Texas Qualified Druggists
(Cleaner and Presser. Phone 118
6.Vtf * c
Mako regular deposits, and RECEIVE YOUR SHARE.
Jan. 1. 1926
Kivah oar just received.
S»e Aluminum pitcher* 58r
Me*, J, H Shank* of Cuero came in
today to spend a tv'w day* visiting Mrs
tV I*. Crouch,
composed of Best Sound
Scoured Coni, Milo. Kaffir.
\Ylu\*iL Barley, Sunflower.
Superior Hen Scratch fet'd
Buck Wheat—“every ounce
Mt*se* hla Covrwen and Amv.-vhel
Hughe* of Halleitavdle came nv ve*
terday pw a two week* visit w nh
Ml** k'isie Sv hnvtdt,
DRttioti VtipiOlti from Denver.
Catoc*#* a eper ally at Unian Trad.
*nf Co at It
Superior Kgy Mash with
buttermilk, makes the
white of the ojijis. These
feeds fed toother make a
balanced ration, and guar-
anteed to nuke them lay.
I'jiVrs art' htfih. Use the
ri^ht feed atni make \AHir
hens briny you a profit.
Mr wot Mia Jack Black a.n<t dangh
tor Mbo Hehm, Rev »' Ji Kielfei ami
hr* «K*tor Mi»$ Macgwrvi retumovl last
riftrt Dow a tow day* > <ot$ to ?k*n An-
Sujwrivxr Dairy Ratnm—
alvsohitely the l>esr cow
ft'xxl to produce more milk
24 jter cent protein.
Thursday and Friday, July 23 and 24
“The City Tint Never Sleep”
Ricardo Cortez aid Louise Dresser
mikkismi mtk count
Yoakum National Bank
A btwM and we thing* >ew kn*
N»*f* RICH ARD UARVHH Mh"«S In
S. A. Canes A Ssa
Yoakum and Sliiner
Toby la Back
We have moved to the Dr. Gray
Buildinjr on Irvine St.. In addi-
tion to our
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
We have installed an up-to-date
ELECTRIC SHOE IMPAIR
which is in eharfv of an expert IVvt and SJtoe repairer. All
Malick & Kubicek
We arc hero to vdeaae you and will appreciate your business.
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Richter, T. H. Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 95, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925, newspaper, July 23, 1925; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758353/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.