Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1917 · Page 11
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 23, 1917
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FRIDAY EVENING, IIARIUSBURO TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 23, 1917. 11 J ANNOUNCE HONOR LIST AT CE Principal Dibble Makes Public List of Pupils in First Grailo rrincipul lilMe, of Central llith School, this m'ttrnoon announced tlio honor list Yr tlio lour classen for the term recently closed. Tlio Junior class niado the poorest showlnn with jonly nevon students In the lint. The honor boys ami idrls follow: Seniors Margaret Hncon. ltuth l.ently, Jennie Branca. Mary Kliz.i - l - etli Dietrich. Mililro.l Goctzo, Lvclyn (utinun, Alvonla Hortzlcr. Jennie llorting, Katherine Keeiie, Margaret Landis. Nora Lippl. Kuth Mining. Marsaret Phillips. Dorothy Kishcl, Miriam Steven.'. Mildred Tuoiuey, lorothy Watts. Francis Weiilonhain - iner. Florence Williams, Louit - e Yintf. line and Bernard Wert. Juniors Marv Amnion, Zelina Acker, Helen Applehy, Frances llnuse, Katherine Mcl'arland, Nancy McCullough and Ktith Sutton. Sophomores Kuth. Arincnt. Helen Iltirris, Hazel Collier, Caroline Connors. ,MiKlred Kolimoyer. Virginia 1'ownes. charlotte Feixuson. Mary Carlund. Margaret C.ood. Katherine llazen, Violet Mitchell, Barbara Ked - man, Margaret Itednian. Klinor Smith, Kerne Stanford, Margaret Young, Rosahell Quann. Harold Conner, Simeon Goodt'ellow. Marion Manheck, Horace Selig and Alfred Williams. Kreshnien Helen Balm, Gwendolyn Bennett, Dora Billett, Jane P.ittner, Frances I'.iirkholder, Bessie Claster, Kloreneo Frank, Cora Gilbert, Sylvia Crincrich. Elizabeth liandschuh, Louise Keller, Katherine Kohler, Lillian Kos - ter, Margaret Martz, Dorothy Mattson, Helen liombcru'er. Mary Kodney, Adele Sniyser, Miriam Spitler. Kuth Watts, Winifred Tripner. Harold Fox, Samuel Klein, Jacoli Lelirman, Albert Sanders and Vincent Stanford. Honorable Mention Seniors Miriam Blair, Krnia El - lenberger. Helen Ferguson, Dorothy Taylor and Marlin Geiger. Juniors Verna Beam, Mary Blough, Mabel Shaeffer. Richard Mount and Albert Hinkenbach, Sophomores Joseph Cohen. Freshmen Mary Bevard, Katherine Kochenour. Evelyn Koehler, Kuth Marks. Virginia Morrow. Marion Neav - ling, Mary Reigel. Helen Kobison, Anna Seitz and Emily Sites. Bread Card System is Highly Systematized Berlin. Feb. 22, via London. Keb. 23. The bread card celebrated its second anniversary to - day. Since the inception of this method of bread distribution it has been highly systematized and its application lias been rigidly maintained among all classes of the population. From the chancellor down to the humblest laborer the plan of individual rationo lias been strictly enforced. The new stanardized bread, which has replaced rolis, is superior produce and has won instant popularity. The substitution of barley for potato meal has created a decidedly more palatable loaf. Greater Berlin is now issuing weekly 3,600.000 bread cards and t6, 500. 000 coupons, representing' daily rations, find their way back to the bread commission where they are checked off. Soldiers returning from the front are met at the, railway station and Riven bread tickets jiwod for their furlough. One of the latest achievements of the German chemists has been thee utilizing of tar oil. extracted from burnt coal, for making soap; The new process includes the treatment of crude coal oil with potash, the finished product yielding excellent soft, hard and powdered soaps. Negroes Who Held Up Train Are Surrounded Memphis. Tenn., Feb. 23. Three negro highwaymen held up a southbound Illinois Central passenger - train, known as the Cuban special, at East Junction,' several miles south of this city early to - day and an hour later one of the men had been captured by a posse of police and trainmen after an exchange of shots and the two others had been surrounded, and.it was believed all avenues of escape cut off. It was not believed that the robbers scured any loot. The holdup was reported by a tow - erman, who from his station witnessed the attempted robbery. . YORK TO WELCOME COS. A. AND K. York, Pa., Feb. 2?,. Mayor E. S. Hugentugler has appointed a committee of 150 citizens to assist in receiving Companies A and K, Eighth regiment," National Guard, upon their return from the Mexican border next Saturday or Sunday. Major Adam Garver has been appointed chief marshal of the parade and he has appointed a number of aides from theranks of civilians who have been in the service. f( llfi f L wit JwM i 1 Dr. J. B. Lawrence Foot Specialist Scientific Treatment (absolutely painless) of Corns Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Frosted Feet and All Arch Troubles. Appointed Chiropodist to - Harrisburg Police Department i and employes . Bowman's Department Store and Moorhead Knitting Mills Dr. J. B. Lawrence 204 Market Street - Two British Steamers Dock at New York New York. Keb. :3. Two British steamships which passed afcly through the German submarine, zona, reached here to - day, The tanker Iroquois, towing the Hurge Navahoe, arrived from London, and the Stentor, a freighter, from Liverpool. The Atlantic Transport Line freighter Manchuria, flying the American Hag, was reported passinp Nantucket light - fillip this morning and will probably arrive here lato lo - night. She sailed trom London. The Madonna of the Kabre Line sailed for Marseilles to - day with freight. The I'uuard Line steamer Curpathla, for Liverpool, and the Italian liner. Giuseppe Verdi, lor Nuples, also sailed. Both vessels carried passengers. The oriental Navigation Company, owners of the American freighter Orleans, announced to - day receipt of a cablegram from its agents in Paris paying tho Orleans wis expected to arrive at Bordeaux to - day. The message, dated yesterday, read: "Am leaving Paris to - morrow for Bordeaux with Arthur H. Krazler. second secretary of the American embassy in Paris, and an unottlclal party to greet the Orleans." The Orleans left here February 10, the second vessel to leave an Ameri can port to brave the new submarine menace. She was followed the same day by the American freighter Koch - es - ter, bound also for Bordeaux. Dresden Powder Blast ; Edward Jennings to Be Said to Have Killed 1,000; Buried To - Morrow at 2 lyondon, Keb. 22. The explosion in ammunition factories 1n Dresden during the Christmas holidays was the greatest disaster or the kind which has occurred anywhere since tho war began, according to a Central News dispatch from Chrlstianla, quoting a Dresden dispatch to the Aftenposten. More than 1,0000 persons were killed out of 30.000 employed In the wrecked factories. Emperor William Uslted the scene on the following day. A Paris dispatch dated January IT said that according J a letter taken from a German soldier mid written from Dresden the Dresden arsenal had been blown up and 1.000 women and young girls killed. The letter was dated December SO. Democratic Association Elects New Officers Lawscn's Leak Charges Are Not Substantiated Washington, D. C, Keb. 23. Vindication of all public officials whose names were brought into the investigation of charges that there was a "leak" to Wall Street on President Wilson's peace note was voted unanimously yesterday by the Bouse Kales Committee. Tin - report, now virtually complete, probably will be put in tinal shape tomorrow after certain additional records of New Y'ork brokers have been examined. It is understood the committee finds that Thomas W. Lawsoi.'s sensationa'l charges were not substantiated; that B. W. doling, brother - in - law of the President, had nothing to do with a "leak," and that advance information concerning the note was furnished to brokers by J. Fred Eisary and V. W. Price, local newspapermen, who connected deductions with facts obtained in conversation with other reporters who had boen told in confidence by Secretary Lansing that a note was coining. In connection with viola'ions of newspaper ethics, the report says a sub - committee lias been .appointed to confer with the Standing Committee of Correspondents to determine what changes should be made i nthe rules regulating the admission to the Congressional press galleries. The llarrisburtf Democratic Association last night elected the following ottloers for the ensuing year: President, T. K. - VanDyke; vice - president, John A. Marshall: necretary, (Seorge i . ueiker; treasurer, Charles vv. Krb; I membership committee, John H. .Ma - loney, Charles D. Stucker, Calder B. Shatnmo; house committee, Arthur C Young, Edward Moeslein, Peter Van - derloo. The meeting was large nnd enthusiastic, and speeches were made by many of those present, in which the idea was forcefully presented that Dauphin county needed a real Democratic organization. Tho eonstitirtion of the association has abolished the sideboard. Kansas Goes Bone Dry When Gov. Signs Law P.v Associates Press Topeko. Kan., Feb. 23. The State "Bone dry" law was signed to - day by Governor Capper and immediately became effective. It is considered one of the most drastic prohibition measures ever enacted in any State. The legislators greeted the action of the Governor by singing "How Dry 1 Am." The funeral of tho late Edward Jennings, whose death at Peddle Military Institute, Hightstown, N. J., was brief, ly chronicled in tho Telegraph last evening, will tako place at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon from tlio residence of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings, Front Htrert. The services will be in charge of the Kev. George H. Stewart, president of Auburn Theological Seminary, Aiibuin, N. Y. ; the Hev. Dr. Lewis S. Mudge. pastor of the Pine Street Presbyterian Church, nnd the Hev. Dr. George 11. Johnston, pastor of the Duneunnoil Presbyterian Church. Fraternity brothers of Edward Jennings will act us pallbearers. Washington s Birthday observances at Peddle were abandoned yesterday when It became known that Ed. Jennings was dead. Tne young Harris - burger was a great favorite at the school. He was a member of the scrub football eleven last fall and was prominent in all athletic activities, lie was a member of Delta Phi fraternity. Returning home from a wrestling match about 10 days ago he contracted u cold, which developed Into pneumonia. His condition became fcertous the latter part of last week and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jennings went to Highbdown. Everything possible was done for tho boy, physicians from Philadelphia being in constant attendance. Death came yesterday morning at S o'clock. Edward Jennings was born February 27. 1901. He uttended the Harris - burg Academy, w here he was a member of the football, soccer and baseball teams. He went to Peddle for the first time last fall. He Is survived by his parents and four brothers William, Boss, Christian and Alfred. WEST V.V ODD FELLOW DIES Huntington. W. Va.. Keb. 23. E. J, Davles, aged 74.' past grand master of the e st lrginia Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, and well known, is dead at his home here, following an illness of two weeks. MAHItlFII AT 1IAGKKSTOWX Waynesboro, Pa., Keb. 2.1. Miss Kel'Huu A. Graef, and William Pot - torff, were married tn Hagerstown, by the Hev. Dr. J. 8. Simon, at the parsonage of Trinity Lutheran Church. The bride has been an operator in the Itell Telephone exchange for three ers, while the groom is a young businessman of town. readings by David 11. Funk nnd songs by the Men's Glee Club of Lebanon Valley College, l. v. c. ;li:i: c i.i ii ooxcf.kt - A concert will be given this veiling In the Technical High school auditor - luni. under the auspices of the Knights of Malta. The program will Include FlUUm IX CLASSIFICATION'. The politician rushed past the official Cerheriu into Hie editorial sanctum. "What do you mean?" lie roared. ''What do you mean by in - suiting too as you did In last night's Clamor?" "Just a moment." replied the editor. "Didn't the story appear las you gave it to us, namely, that you jhad resigned us city treasurer?" "It ' .11.1 II. it nut it atii. Iiik iKa ItAnrI I 'Public Improvements.' " Kverybody's ! 'Magazine. ' ITKF.MAX III HT WIIF.X Tlttl li HITS DIRT ril.K Responding to a tiro alarm early last evening the Rclly hook and ladder truck plunged Into nn unguarded pile of dirt, injuring tho driver and damaging tho truck. The accident ol' - ' currod in front of the residence of. John Klliott, nt 2535 North fcilxtu street. 1 . ; The driver was thrown trom his sent, and the men aboard the truck wero hurled to tho ground. The lire was II i tiu iwui J l till vi i ill,' IV nunir;il trolley car. The llac was exxtlngulsh - ed before much danjage wasdoueK.'4 Almshouse Inmates Get Rum - Soaked Mince Pies Reading, Pa.. Feb. 23. Yesterday 'was annual mince pie day at the Berks 'almshouse. Kach ten inches across one land one - half inches thick, 1"4 pies were jmade by the institution's baker for the 370 inmates. Each pie was generously loaded with rum. Washington's Birthday is always ob served as mince plo day at the almshouse, regardless of complaints about the quantity of rum required. .BRAZIL'S NOTE UNANSWERED I Rio Janeiro, Keb. 23. Madeiros de ! Albuquerque, the Brazilian deputy, in jan article in the newspaper A Noite, ; dwells upon the bad impression which has been caused by the lick of response from Germany to tho Brazilian I note on the submarine blockade. He (advises the Brazilian foreign ofliee to take energetic action in Berlin, so that Brazil might not be put in a ridiculous position. Brazil in her reply to the German blockade notification, declared that Brazil did not recognize the blockade as effective and left with Germany the responsibility for acts from which Brazilians or their interests might suffer in violation of international law. The note has been criticized by a sec Maybe Another Week Before Frederik VIII Sails Halifax. N. S., Feb. 23. Facilitation of the work of examining the baggage of passengers was announced to - day as the reason for moving the steamer Frederik VII I. with former Ambassador Von Bernstorff ' and other Germans from the United States on board, from the Bedford basin, where the examination of passengers, cargo and baggage has been in progress for several days. The steamer was brought up to a pier at the steamship terminals last night and the removal of baggage to the freight sheds was begun. The examination will be completed in the sheds. The officials engaged in the examination found that their quarters were too cramped on the steamer. While she' is tied up at the pier no passengers will be permitted to go on board the vessel. It "was stated to - day that it might be another week before the steamer would be allowed to resume her voyage to Copenhagen. I URGES HOME - MAKING TRAINING ! Indianapolis, Feb. 23. Training for home - makin& as part of the plan for ! better industrial education for wamen i was suggested by Mrs. Eva W. White. of Boston, in a paper read before the national society for the' promotion of industrial education, in convention here to - day. She said that only the fringe ot industries in which women are engaged had been included in the present system of education. Dr. David Snedden, of New Y'ork in an address recommended that the school system should create agencies to facilitate the finding of positions in Juvenile industries and other suitable productive work for children between 14 and 17 years of age. tion of the Brazilian press and some of the nation's public men as lacking in energy and deiiniteness. REPUBLICAN' CLUB MEMBERS ILYVE AX OY STER DINNER More than 200 members of the Har - risburg Republican Club attended an informal oyster dinner last night at the club rooms, 26 North Second street. The committee of arrangements included W. D. Block, William Pavord and Charles Tress. Short addresses were made by a number of the members, following the dinner. HaveYouBesnSick? Then you must know thztf sickness leaves weakness and you should commence taking 9 to put an edge on your appetite, put power in your blood, induce restful sleep and restore your nerve force. Scott's is a true tonic - food which is free from alcohol Scott ft Bowp. BloomBeld, N. J. 16 - 2S KdU AMERICAN CHICLE COMPANT Guess which hand, Eddie, and I'll give you my last piece of Adams Black Jack, that licorice gum. Look spry now. Leftright left ? Right! You win. Hfere it is. Chew it all up into a ball and keep it in your cheek all day. The licorice, Ma says, will cure your cough. i m 2Z 31 The Store They All Patronize Handy Household Necessities at Special Prices .15c ,15c .10c . .5c ..5c ,15c 25c Camphorated Oil, S ozs.. . 25c Rose Water and Glycerine 20c Spirits of Turpentine . . . 1 lb. Epsom Salts 1 lb. Sulphur 1 lb. Moth Ilake 1 pt. Beef, Wine and Iron (Best) 45c 15c Chloride of Lime 9c 100 Calomel Soda Tabs 19c 1 pt. Ture Cotl Liver Oil , 60c 35c Rhinitis Tablets (V2 strength) 19c 50c Rhinitis Tablets (full strength) 35c 25c Arom. Spts. Ammonia ..... 15c 25c I'. E. Cascara Arom 15c M Incomparable Prices On Patent Medicines $1.00 Pinkham's Female Comp, 62c $1.00 Gude's Pepto Mangan. . . .73c 35c Drake's Croup Remedy .... 19c 50c Pcbecco Tooth Paste 2"c 1.00 Listerine 57c 50c Sage nnd Sulphur 29c r ' 35c LIXEX WRITIXG. PAPER; . SPECIAL, 23c S1.00 S. S. S. (Sniffs Specific), 55c 81.00 Peptogenic Milk Powder, 63c 35c Eff. Phosphate of Soda .... 25c 50c Piatt's Chlorides 33c 25c A' wood's Bitters 14c 50c l oan's Liniment 29c 35c Castoria for Infants 19c 25c Sassafola 15c 50c Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, 29c Clark's Drug Club Coffee We have made a host of friends with this delicious coffee, regular customers who come back again and again, and bring their friends with them. We couldn't do it with inferior coffee, Qfl pound tJQ LIMIT 5 POUNDS. FACE POWDERS SI. 00 Azurea Face Powder. . . .75c $1.00 Floramye Face Powder 75c 50c Djcr Kiss Face Powder. . . .35c 50c Java Rice Powder 27c All - the - Veek Specials On Rubber Goods Big specials all this week, so you can have plenty of time to make jour selection. $2.00 2 - quart Fountain Syringe, rapid flow tubing, red rubber, best quality, 3 pipes, $1.35 $1.75 2 - quart Fountain Syringe, red rubber, 3 pipes; special ..$1.15 fl.50 Fountain Syringe, red rubber, 3 pipes; special 98c 35c Breast Pumps 17c $2.50 Ladies' Favorite Douche, 98c $1.50 Paramont 2 - qt. Red Rubber Hot Water Bottle 79c 98c Fountain Syringe, red rubber, 3 pipes 48c 50c Bulb Syringes 30c 50c Bulb Syringe' 27c 75c Bulb Syringe 34c $1.25 Bulb Syringe 68c 98c Hot Water Bottle, 2 qts 54c $1.19 Hot Water Bottle, 2 qts., 89c $2.00 Kantleak Water Bottle, $1.34 $2.00 Kantleak Fountain Syr - Inge $1.34 $1.50 Old Faithful Fountain Syringe 95c $1.75 B. F. Goodrich Fountain Syringe, 2 qt. Xo. 39 98c $1.50 B. F. Goodrich Won - peace 2 - qt. Fountain Syringe, 75c 25c Yankee Ear and Ulcer Syringe 12c 10c Crutch Tips 5c 50c Rubber Gloves, per pair. . . .19c 5c Eye Droppers , 2c COLD CREAMS 25c Satin Skin, Greaseless 15c 50c Hudnut's Cold Cream 34c $1.50 Oriental Cream $1.05 50c Ponipeian Massage Cream, 29c 25c Frostilla 15c 25c Pond's Vanishing Cream, tubes 12c 50c Creme Elcaya 29c 25c Hush 15c 50c Mary Garden Talcum 36c 25c Standard Peroxide Cream.. 13c 25c Creme de Meridor ....'... 15c 50c Pompeiau Massage Cream, ,29c 35c Ponipeian N'ighi Cream ...24c 25c Ponipeian Xight Cream 15c PERFUMES AXD SACHETS Djcr Kiss, bottle . 25c lloubigant's Ideal 25c Mary Garden 4 , 25c Azurca 25c Djcr Kiss Sachet 10c Houbigant's Ideal Sachet 10c Mary Garden Sachet 10c Azurea Sachet 10c 25c Djer Kiss Talcum 16c $1.50 Djer Kiss Toilet Water, $1.25 $1.00 Djer Kiss Vegetale 84c $1.00 Azurea Toilet Water Vege - tale 79c $1.00 Floramye Toilet Water. Vegetale 79c $1.00 Mary Garden Extract, Vn oz. 73c $2.00 Mary Garden Extract, 1 oz $1.45 25c Houbigant's Rice Powder.. 19c Saturday Specials at 300 Market St.; - 306 Broad St. Saturday's Big Candy Special CHOCOLATE COVERED CARAMELS The real big bargain in Chocolates. Absolutely as pure as Chocolates can be made, the purest ingredients being used in their manufacture. The reason they can be, sold at such a low price is because they are manufactured by automatic machinery and are produced by the ton instead of by the pound. This method is cleaner and produces a confection more wholesome and delicious than through the old hand method of making candy. . '. m , The manufacturer of Chocolate Covered Caramels guarantees that they are absolutely pure and as fine as any Chocolates can be made for 60c and 80c a pound. They are made in the largest sun - lit, hygienic candy factory in the world. Try a few pounds of these delicious OA Chocolates O J C 33 c 39c 80c Lady Helen Chocolate OQ. Cherries )7 60c 3Iay belle Chocolate Cherries JJ 80c Milk Chocolate Brazil - Nuts 80c Club Chocolate 39 c 39c 60c Assorted Creamed Xuts (Chocolate) 80c Lady Glady's CordJaled Fruits 80c Bassamin, assorted . O Q Chocolates OI7C 80c Milk Chocolate Fruits and .Nuts . . . . 39c PATENT MEDICINES 50c St. Jacobs Oil .....29c 50c Bisurated Magnesia 27c 50c Glover's Mange 29c DORIX'S ROUGE 1249 39c 25c Carter's Liver Pills 12c 10c James' Headache Powders.. oc 15c Mennen's Talcum . .11c 50c Williams' Pink Pills ...... .30c 25c Lysol 15c 25c Musterinc ............... 14c 35c Pluto Water 23c $1.50 Fellows Hypophosphites. 93c $1.00 Bromo Seltzer . . : 55c $1.00 Hood's Sarsaparilla 59c $1.00 Father John's Med 71c 50c Father John's Med. 38c $1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk . . . 50c Horlick's Malted Milk $1.00 Glyco Tliymoline ....... $1.00 Angier's Emulsion 15c Acorn Salve 25c Allen's Footease 1.00 Peruna 25c Kolynos Tooth Paste ..... 25c Sal Hepatica : 50c Forham's Pyorrhoea Tooth Paste .' 25c Euthymol Tooth Paste $1.00 Sargol : 25c Bromo Seltzer 75c Mellin's Food 25c Eaelc Brand Cond. Milk... 50c Diapepsin 25c Senreco Tooth Paste 70c 35c 70c 71c .8c 15c 15c 34c 12c 55c 15c, 48c 15c 29c 15c Specials on Cough, Cold and Grippe Remedies 50c Piuex ' 29c 25c Hill's Cascara Quinine .... 15c 25c Lax. Bromo Quinine Tabs., 15c $1.00 Wampole's Ext. of Cod Liver Oil 57c 60c Scott's Emulsion .....39c $1.00 Father John's Medicine. .75c 25c Alexander's Lung Healer... 12c 25c Kemp's Balsam 15c 25c Piso's Cough Remedy . .'. .13c 25c Jayne's Expectorant ......15c 50c Jayne's Expectorant - ,,. . .30c 50c Chamberlain's Cough Rem, 30c 50c King's New Discovery 29c 25c Mcntliolatuni . . . .' 13c 50c Mcntliolatuni 27c 10c Malena Salve" 7 . 8c 25c Koiidoh's Catarrh Jelly.... 15c 00c Musterolc . . '. 39c 30c Musterolc a., 20c 50c Analgesique Baumc Bengue . . 34o 00c Antiphlogestine 38c 30c Antiphlogestine 19c $1.00 Cadomene Tablets 59c The House of Quality and Cut Prices HAIR PREPARATIONS 25c Danderine 15c $1.00 Liquid Arvon .......... .59c $1.00 Danderine ; ... . . . . .57c 50c Wyeth's Sage, and Sulphur, 29c $1 Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, 57c 50c Palmolive Shampoo 29c 50c Canthrox ...29c - TOILET SOAPS 25c Woodbury's Facial Soap ..t.lCc 10c Williams' Shaving Soap ....5c 10c Saynian's Soap, c; 3 lor... 18c 25c Resinol Soap 17c 25c Cuticura Skin Soap 18c 25c 4711 Rose Glycerine Soap. .15c 25c Packer's Tar Soap 15c 25C Pear's Glycerine Soap 12c 15c Pear's Uiisccntcd Soap ,...10c 25c Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Soap, 3 cakes 69c 25c Glenn's Sulphur Soap 15c $1.50 Eskay's Neurophosphates $1.05 25c Lyon's. Tooth Powder 15c 50c Kodol Dyspepsia Remedy, Liquid 29c 20c Allcock's Porous Plasters. . 10c 25c Colorite, all colors 17c 50c Nature's. Remedy 29c $1.00 Oil Korein Capsules ,69c 25c Haarlem Oil Capsules 15c 75c Bell - ans. , . . . .t. . .45c Sl.OO - Stuart's Dyspepsia. Jc $1.75 S. S. S. Swift's SpecTs.rfl.OO $1.00 Sanitol Midy . . . 79c 25c Tonsiline 15c $1.00 Dr. Pierce's Favorite ., Prescription 59c 50c Ely's Cream Balm 29c 1.00 Sal Hepatica 59c 50c Sal Hepatica 29c PILLS 50c Doan's Kidney Pills 33c 25c Burkhart's V'eg. Pills ..... 15c 25c Chamberlain's Stomach Pills ' 15c ' 50c Chase's Nerve Pills 29c 25c Hood's Liver Pills... 15c 25c Hooper's Female Pills. . . . ,13c 25c Jayne's Sanative Pills 13c McNeil's Cold Tabs., 2 for 10c 25c Beeehani's Liver Pills 15c 10c Beeehani's Liver Pills 7c 25c Doan's Regulates '. . - . 15c 25c Ex Lax".'. .". ; ,15c 10c Ex Lax 8c 10c Phcnyo Caffeine . . . . ... . ..8c 25c Schcnck's Liver Pills ', 15c 25c King's New Life Pills. . , . .15c 50c De Witt's Kidney Pills . ... .29c . 25c Ayer's Cathartic Pills . ... .14c 25c Malena Pills . . .' .13c - $1.00 Hooper's Green Seal Pills; 59c 25c Kilmer's Parilla Pills 13c 50c Williams' Pink Pills. .... .'.30c 100 Hinkel's Cascara Pills ; . . . .19c 24 Aspirin Tablets . , .27c 25c Aspirin Tablets (1 doz.) . ; ; ,12c 25c Blaud's Iron Pills (100) ; . . .14c Specials on Cigars 8 Havana Tucks . , 25c 7 Even Steven Cigars ' 250 7 King Oscar Cigars ........ 25c 7 Sweet Girl Cigars 25c 7 General Hartranft Cigars. .. 25o 4 Ben Mirza Cigars ' 25c 4 Moja Cierars , 25c 1 7 La Tafton Cigars 25o 7 Counsellor Cigars 25c 6 Cinco Cigars .' 25c Henrietta (Admirals 10c straight) ' 3 for 25c (Market Jt. Store Only) $2.00 Eckman's Alterative ..'.$1.19 35c Limestone Phosphate . . ... 19c 25c Barker's Horse and Cattle Powder ..:.'. ,12'c 50c Mulsificd Coeoanut Oil 29c $1.00 Nuxated Iron Tablets. Site 50c Forniainint Tablets. . . . ;jvr29c 50c Swamp - Root (Kil mar's) . . . 30c $1.00 Swamp - Root tKilmcr's), 5c $1.00 Bliss Native Herb 57c 50c Usoline Oil 27c 1 pt. Pompeian Olive Oil ...... 37c 10c Fish Food . : . .... . r.5c 25e Rubiloam .'. .'l6c 25c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder. ..15c 75c Nujol ....' 4ftc $1.00 Keller's Catarrh Remedy, 75c $2.50 Nestle's Food . ; $1.75 5!.'c Electric Bitters 75c 1 pt. Bottle White Mineral Oil 49c $1.0(1 Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin 62c it it

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