Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on September 26, 1922 · Page 5
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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HIT ' Flapper Demure New Prices: TOURING Was ffoto $550 : $625 ROADSTER Wat Nov $550 : $525 SEDAN Wat Now $895 : $875 COUPE Was Note $850 : $795 /.«».7W*fa New low prices effective today make Overland beyond any shadow of doubt the greatest automobile value in America. AUTOMOTIVE SALES CO., PATSCHKE'S GARAGE 1105 CUMBERLAND STREET. • II >WN COFYMOMT IY M-CAU! Here Is the now (all silhouette with Us essential changes. Long sleeves, long skirt. Puritan collar, and a general air of grown-up demureness. The type will grow as ie season advances. Montgomery ounty poultrymen met hi Farmers' HaW Centre Point, and organized the Montgomery County Poultrymen's Association. The Berks farm In Centre township, Berks county, of 151 acres, was sold by W. F. Fry, of Shoemakersville, for $7150. Republican Women Register In Numbers (Special to News by United Press). Philadelphia, Pa., Today — More women aro alligned under the Republican baner this year than In any Section'since the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, according o reports from all over the state to tire. Barclay H. Warburton, vice- chairman of the Republican State Committee today. According to Mrs. Warburton, ivory county vice-chairman in the state desires and is requesting that women contribute more notably to the Republican campaign this year than ever before. The results of the first registration days were not satisfactory and Mrs. Warburton said that they had adopted the slogan "Our first duty Is to have every Republican woman Leon Shearer, of Jeffersonville, in the state registered," and that left for Nashotah, Wls., where he]every effort wll! be made to get the will enter a preparatory school to women out October 7, the last regis- stud'y for th 0 Episcopal ministry. tration day, and on Election Day. • Your appetite calls for Ice-cream A Few Dealer Locations Open We want good dealers to handle Burdon'ft Ice- cream. Our standards are high. Burdan's Ice-cream ii a better ice-cream. Dealers with aitnilar high standards—who appreciate a better product—better service—better treatment, will do well to get in touch with us. A few good locations are open for Burdan dealer* right now. Telephone at. G OOD ice-cream for efficiency and "pep"! It lubricates the human system — makes the body motor run more easily—adds to its endurance and life. Eat good ice-cream the year 'round—winter and summer. It's mighty easy to take a plate of Burdan's Ice-cream 1 The consistency is so velvety that each spoonful gives a rare delight to the palate. To have the Burdan product meet your unqualified approval — to have you realize Burdan's is the most perfect ice-cream- has been the ideal uppermost in the conscience of each of the Burdan Brothers for nearly a quarter of a century. The Burdan Brothers personally select all the materials—whole milk, cream and other ingredients. These are tested in the Burdan laboratories for butter-fat content, for purity, for wholesomeness. After materials are Pasteurized they pass from making-process to process in mechanical appliances and receptacles that have been thoroughly cleansed and sterilized. Electrically recorded charts reveal the quality and texture of the ice-cream at every stage — these charts are closely watched by the Burdan Brothers to assure your absolute satisfaction. The delightful flavor of Burdan's Ice- cream—its smooth, velvety, creamy consistency tells the story of superiority. Burdan Brothers. Established 1899. Buy Burdao'i at your dealer with the red and fretn §ign—Strrt It every day—use it M a food of health value. Any flavor. Burd Ice • Crearn Demonstration Sal SELLERS Servant in Continued All This Week Until Saturday, Sept. Come in and let us show you this wonderful line oyCitchen Cabinets. ' Kitchen Cabinet will save you hundreds of steps, WlH shorten your ; drudgery an hour every day and enable you to have everything at your tips. 17 Reasons Why "Sellers" Is the Best Kitchen Cabinet 1—Ant-proof Castors. 2—Gravity Catches. 3—Porceliron Work Table. 4—Flour bin that drops to level of waist. 5—Sliding base Extender. 6—Glass Knobs. 7—Dove-tailed Joints. 8—Snowy White Interior. 9—Steam proof finish. 10— All Oak Construction. 11—Special velvet lined silver drawer 12—Sanitary base, easy to sweep under. 13—Dust and mouse proof base. 14—Continuous leg construction. 15—Patented drawer construction, no sagging. 16—Roller bearing extension top. 17—Sellers special design glass sugar bin. ii k. Sellers Mastercraft •mittr •• * v<v When you buy a "Sellers" Kitchen Cabinet^! get IB exclusive Sellers features and you pay more for a Sellers Cabinet than you pay ordinary Cabinet. As low as one little dollar placls^ a "Sellers" in your home. You have the usefdf'it*? immediately and the weekly payments are so smalL$ The Cabinet is paid for before you realize it. "$ $1.00 Down and $1.00 a Week Puts a "Sellers" in Your Kitcheii Elephant at Pittsburgh Zoo Eats Straw Hats fFooclal to New* by United Prows'" Pittsburgh. Pa., Today — A new method for disposing of the straw hats that have recently been discarded has been discovered here. Gusky, an elephant of 45 years, located at the zoo is crazy about' a "skimmer" diet. He especially dotes on the rough brown ones, preferring them to peanuts. Hla keeper, however, Is not very keen on the Idea for the same reason that a mother discourages a steady diet of green apples on the part of her young hopeful. Not that the hat Is considered bad for the elephant, but the glue, bands, pins and colorings aro far from beneficial to Gusky's or anyone else's digestion. • * « Alumni of Cornell Meet at Pittsburgh (Special to NCTVS r>v United Pren* Pittsburgh, Pa., Today — Cornell men from all over the world will attend the third annual convention of the Ajlumnl of Cornell University here, October 13, and 14, as the guests of the Cornell University Association of Western Pennsylvania. A. W. Wyckoff, '94, heads the executive committee planning for the convention, while Earl W. Gass as president of the Western Pennsylvania Association, has charge of arrangements involving the hospitality of the local alumni. Garlic Is Raised In Western Penna. Berwick, Pa., Today — Garlic forms a part of the household supplies in many of tho west end homes here now and at many stores there- Is a demand and supply always on hand. In 1909 Mike Yewich.brought over a large supply of garlic seed from Europe. He grew nome with success. Neighbors tried raising it and many got in the habit of eating garlic , Can't Take Pets to Yosemlte, YOBemite National Park.—Visitors to Yosemito hereafter must leave Fido and Tabby at home, for no longer will the rangers at the gates be permitted to rar 0 for the pets, according to a recent announcement. In years past dogs have been 'checked" at the entrances, but this practice became so general that the energies of the rangers were devoted 11 roost exclusively to th yupg and WHY WORRY ABOUT COAL SHORTAGE? When you can save more than 1-3 of your usual coal con-' sumption by installing at once one of the famous SAVCOALS <:t $5.00 INSTALLED Once Installed—Always Working No After Care or Trouble Sole Local Agent HORACE EVANS, 325 NORTH EIGHTH ST., Bell 'Phone 362-M V, 7 Every woman who is inter-, ested in fashions, and what woman is not, will find she can obtain the latest styles ^and know the very newest features of the mode by se. curing the Fall Fashion Book and the PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS for OCTOBER 20 contt to 3S <witd Nan« Higher ^ '' CBrtfaJ *•*«» ;h-r-v* " 'i • > ^*^4J ^rv^'V.t'.ifesJil L..« ±> '! C4 s /»)vt'v f ,,v , v •a*«J&Li'fe *•"'

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