The Coshocton Tribune from Coshocton, Ohio on August 27, 1920 · Page 8
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BATTLESH ""' w. ; Ri,r«w;rrT^^^^^^ THECOSHOGTON ITUBUWE FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27. 1920 Battleship Coffee is such good coffee that it makes a perfect iced drink. And how good it is on a hot day! As fresh and delicious as a breath of green woodland and refreshing as a brisk October day. Everyone you know will appreciate it. Ask your grocer. Coffee--The Perfect Drink The Canby, Ach Canby Co. Dayton, Ohio brother, A. K. Dlckcrson. near Wll- j iianiBon, N. Y., are expected home this F. R. Martin and wife, of Coshocton attended the home coming Saturday. f{. F. McConnell made a business trip to Coshocton Tuesday. J. ('. Dickorson, of Roscoe, visited bis brother Dan the week end and attended the home coining. VVlnoua. Lois, Ernestine, Ted and Bochtol nickerson, of ROSC.OP, motored to the home coming Saturday. Lewis Gibson and family attended the church rally at Branch 'Sabbath. Rev. A. H. Perry and family at- tcndpd the Perry reunion hoar Woos r Saturday. D n. Dickerson and wife, of Columbus attended the picnic Saturday. Earl Park is carrying our mail while Oscar Bonham takes his annual vacation. \fr OVER THE COUNTY CHALFANTS Ruth Pryor, of Columbus, is visiting her grandmother and aunt, Clara Gibson. 1. C. Dickerson, of Coshocton, was among teh many who attended the home coming and picnic. The picnic was a success in a social way. Ren. 1 French Gilmorp, of Howard, gave a splendid address which was highly appreciated. Rev. Fred MrConnell. of Burbank, followed with a -short talk which was just to the point. Our real worth Is measured by the bpnofit we have boen to the community, in which wo have lived.' Howard Shaw and family, Scott Davis and wife, Dr. J. K. Foster, Howard Price- and Lloyd Leech were- among the Coshocton visitors at the home coming. Mildred Emnrson, of Newcomerstown, visited relatives here over Sabbath. Prof. C. W. Maston and son Nor- ·vlllc made a bu^tnoss trip to Columbus Tuesday. Jennie Corder, of Coshocton. Is visiting her aunt, Lucy Croy. Mrs. R. W. nickerson and daughter Marjorie, of Ravenna, attended the picnic and visited at Shady Lane over Sabbith. . . Prof. R. C. MaBton and family left · ^Monday afternoon for Martins Fprry FAIRYFOOT IA Real Bunion Cure- GUARANTEED to give instant relief and positively cure the rocut ntubborn bunion. Pam nod inflammation f!inatp*arhke mnfflc. Gat a box of FAIRYFOOT today, an-i If you do not «ay thin n th« oxxt marvelooi bnnion remedy you ever u»ed. return and Kct yonr money bnr.k. We K.v. a rAIRTFOOT R»m*«y for Cfory r«.«t Trouble where ho will poon take up his tmk as superintendent of thn p u b l i c schools of dial plact Mrs. A. A. Stradley, of Dr^sdiMi nnd Dorothy Schoetz of Akron v W t f d Paul ; Dickerson's over Sabbatfl. Dwlght Dlckf rson, of Zanpsvlllo was at his home hero from Friday until Sabbath afternoon. C. V. Croy and family and Tlr^nry Croy and w i f p were among thosf who took advantage of the farm burpau#trip i Tuesday. j Mrs. M. M. BP!! and sister Dora Mc' Clain. who have ber-n visiting their CLARK Miss Persia Osborno, of Akron, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. (',. Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. .lay Casey and Ron Henry of Wooster visited Sunday with friends here. Mrs. W. A. Zaugg, of BarnesvilK is visiting her aunt, Mrs William RIcUel. Miss Adelaide Duncan returned to her home here Saturday after a week's visit with Mrs. Charles Wilson, of Holmesville. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Lonvpngood and c h i l d r e n , Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Btnkel. Mr. and Mrs. A. Patterson, spent Tuesday evening with Mr. "and Mrs. Roy I'aTterson. Merton Guthrie who lias been in Akron for the past few m o n t h s has returned to his homo here, for t h e winter. He will a t t e n d high school at Millersburg. Misses Helen Fair and Monetta Leavengood who are attending normal lit Kent spent the week end at their homes hero. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fair had as their j breaking hl'i arm Tuesday evening, ; white cragking a Ford t*u"k. LAYLAND KT. 1 . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patterson and children, Mr. ap.il Mrs. Lloyd Guthrie and children were shopping in Goshoc- ton Wednesday. Prof. W. A. Zaugg and wife, of Barnesville, are spending af fo\v days with relatives here. Quite a number are attending camp meeting held at Hoadington's grove near Beck's Mills. Mrs. Charles Harger and son Clarence spent Wednesday at Clark. Mr. Bart Devault spent Wednesday in Coshocton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair and children spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson. Mr. Joe Casey spent Saturday in Millersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lawrence and children spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowe. i guests Sunday: Mrs. Frank Guthrie, ! Mr. and Mrs. Budd GuMirie and Mr. ' a n d Mrs. Dule Flnley and daughter Dorothy Ellen. Miss Josephine Karr has returned to her home here after a two weeks' visit with relatives in Keene. Miss Rachel Lawrence was the Sunday guest of Miss Vera BItner. Mrs George nickel and daughter Eleanor and Miss Adelaide Duncan spent Monday afternoon at the home ' o f John Rodhe of Layland. Mrs. Vcrnon Shirley and daughter Marguerite, of Flint, Mich., visited a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs. S. S Luke. MHs Beulah Carpenter and friend, ·of Akron, are visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Workman. Mr. Tliornburp, of the Hastings Industrial Co.. of Chicago, is here in the interest of a co-opejative 'creamery. Robert Karr had the misfortune of NEWCOMERSTOWN RT. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Malachi Jones, of Isleta, spent Sunday with relatives near Birds Run. Charles Xewton, of Akron, is speml- ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Loos spent Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. Leonard Alexander, of Plainfleld. Mrs. Sadie Reddick called on Mrs. Charles Hathaway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Poland, Mr. and MOTHER'S RRI ^Expectant A Mothers , n Absolutely Safe * ^ ar All Druggists Specul Booklet on Motherhood ud BRADFIEID REGULATOR CO. PtiT 5-0. ATVAKTA. CA Mrs. Ralph Bycrs, of Dennlson and Mrs. Charles Lambart, of Akron, spent j Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Alf Rehard, j , Mrs. W. McCune was In Isleta Wed-, nesday. I Elmer Baker and family, of Plainfield, spent Sunday with Hugh Jones and family. Mr. aqd Mrs. Vernon "Rehard and son spent Wednesday with home folks. William Dusenberry spent one day in Newcomerstown this week. Birth Note A baby boy was born to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jobu Stockum, Roscoe, Thursday. A baby girl was born {o Mr. and Mrs. \Vllliam Wohlheter, Adams-tp. Thursday. COMING HOME FOR BURIAti i KIMBOLTON, Aug. 27.--The body! of Commander Benjamin G. Barthalow, native of this village, who died in the hospital at Mare Island .naval station, California, will be brought here for burial from the home of his njother, Mrs. Aramantha A. Bartha- IQW, During the war Commander Barthalow commande da convoy of troop ships on the Atlantic. Old tires and tubes reualred, all work guaranteed. Coshocton Vulcanizing Co. Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P. D. Q. Just think, a 36c box of P. D. Q. (Pesky Devil* Quietus), make* a quart, enough to till a million bedbugs, roache*. fleas or cootie* and stops future generations by killing- the err* and does not Injure th» clothing. Liquid fire to the bedbugs ia what P. D. Q. I* like, bedbugs stand as good chance as a snowball in a justly famed heat resort. Patent spout free In every package of P. D. Q. to enable you to kill them ^ana their egg nests In the cracks Look for the devil's head on every box then you'.II have what Hospitals have found to be the best Insecticide known to science. Special Hospital size $2.64 makes flv* gallons--contains 3 spouts--either lisa at your druggist or sent prepaid up-, on receipt of price by the Owl Chemical Co.^-Terre Haute, Ind. Genuine F. D. d. Is never peddled. "Sold by Wimmer-Arnold Co.. Siegrlst and William and other leading druggists." Why Itch and Burn With Skin Disease*? Thcrfl i* a Wly to Get RU of tk-5 Tortnrou* Suflforiajf. A Terrifying skin irritations, eczema, tetter, boils, pimples, etc,-hare their oriarin in a disordered -condition of the blood. They come ' · from a colony of tiny germs which pet into bhe 'blood and multiply by the million. , Lotions, salves, ointments or similar treatment cannot potsibly reach the source of the trouble, vhicb is the blood When any of these symptoms appear you should take prompt steps to rid the blood of the germs which cause them. And the one remedy which has no equal as _a blood cleanser is S. S. S., which is sold by drugsrists everywhere. Begin taking S. S. S. today, and write to our Chief Medical A.d- viser, who will give you special in- 'strnctions without charge. Address Swift Specific Co, Atlanta, Ga. Safe Milk For Infants Invalids No Cooking | I A Nutritious Diet for All Ages j Quick Lunch at Hbme or Office Avoid Imitations and Substitutes For pale by Wimmpr-Arnnlrt Co. SAVINGS^ACCOUNTS Any Amount Deposited Or Withdrawn At Any Time ' You Will Like Our Way. Assets Over $1,000,000.00 The Home Building Loan Savings Co. W. A. Himebaugh, President E. A. Crawford, Secretary 416 Main-St., Coshocton, O. The Ohio Peerless Change Wheel for Fords --Equipped with this outfit on your Ford, you, your wife or your 12 year old son can i make a change on the road ] in 3 minutes without soiling the hands or using any tools other than those shown here. j --I could go on indefinitely · I enumerating its advantages, 1 all of which can be seen at a glance, best appreciated by j test. --Anyone who is open to a proposition that Will pay you from $5,000 to $25,000 per year. --Here's your territory left in Ohio: Coshocton, Holmes, Knok and Wayne Counties. --Act quick as this territory will only be open for a short time. --Get full information on our distributors contract. \ E. C. Geitgey This Clever Device Demonstrated At The Hotel Coshocton MEW SYSTEM CENTRAL GROCERY Selby Building, Coshocton, Ohio J. 1 Sugar, i per Ib. Any quantity--finest quality.- We have advised customers for 8 weeks to buy Sugar for immediate wants only, as it is getting cheaper every week. We sell Sugar at not over 1 to 2 cents per pound over cost to us. So you can always depend on getting your supply at the lowest possible price. Large box Matches 5c (Same price as before the war) Dixie Bacon, Ib 30c Sliced Dried Beef, Ib 65c Picnic Ham^lb 27 c Ideal Laundry Soap 5 bars. 25c Cracked Hominy, 4 Ibs. ... 25c New Potatoes, full peck ... SOc Tall can Choice Salmon .. 19c Quaker Puffed Corn, while it lasts, pkg We Choice Lima Beans, Ib. 15c Del Monte Brand Green Chili Peppers, 2 cans .. 15c New System Central Grocery ity Picnic At Fair Given By Central Trades And Labor Council Coshocton. Big Parade at 9:00 o'clock MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 6 Ball Game at 10:30--Boys' Bicycle Race--Dancing--Band Concerts by K. P. Band--Four Big Motorcycle Races, Professional Riders: 1st race. 50 miles; miles; 3rd f 15 miles; 4th, 1 mile, best time,l rider ontrack at a time--Mule Races--Numerous Sports--Everybody Is Invited. * Admission 15 cents Grandstand 1O cents

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