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January 24, 1930

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x°AGE TWO. DAILY COURJBR, CONN CULSVJ L/LE, PA. FRIDAY, JANt r ART 24, 1930. ;MM U i : i « . i s t J l V E X AT I MISSIONARY SESSION ' The Worn m's Missionary Auxiliary o£ the K U s t Methodist Protestant! Ctuiixh met Thursday night Sn the church. The attendance, uonaWoriug tho Inclement weather, wab jjood, j I-'orty members were present. . Mrs ,, J. H Lainbertson, president, conducted the devotlrmuls and Mrs. J. Frnnk Khelkey gavo a report of the branch mooting held January U, in the Viral Methodist 1'rotestdiit Church, Eaat IJnd, Pfttshuig. Hoports of the dist r i c t missionary meeting and denominational l a l i y hold las- week In Un- lonlown wciio given by Mrs. Martin Kliitf, -Mrs. H. T, Bonford, Mrs. 8. U. Morris, Miss Ella IIoKley and Mrs. 1'Jrncat McCoy. All reports wore vary Interesting. A.buslnoS'i session, presided over by Mrs. J. II. Lambartson was held. The only n e w business taken up was the adoption ot a pledge system for the auxiliary. The live circles submitted \eiy !?ood ieport.3 ot the work done d u r i n g the m o n t h , nCte' which the members went to the chinch din- iiiKi'oont, wlu-ro cltcle No. 1 served a delicious l u n c h . The appointments WIM'C in rod and w h i t e and were un- U M i n i l v a t t r u c t i v o . Thi5 tables wore ornamented \ i t h red tapers in ryatal holders An effective u i r a n K o m e n t ot rert crepe p^per Uirther i'eatined tho d e c o r a t h e scheme. hfcllVICKS l OBSEKVASCK OF N A T I O N A L I 1 . E. WEEK fu observance ot National Christian I'JmloftAoi \\'ik from Sunday J a u u u i y -(i to F o b r u u i j ~, special wrvicfrf w i l l bo held till*, coming Sunday by thu Christian !· m'.cdvor Society ol the VIrat United B r e t h r e n Church \ meeting at 6 30 o'clock, \ \ i l l be lod by J. M Kellj, county olhck«u y Huponntend-eiit. Tho subject will bo "IMro Biggoi Things.". At a nMJeting at 7:30 o'clock D - uoruhuitkmal Day will bo observed The Chriithui Endeavor Society w i l l lia\o cluivgo of the piogram. Tlie SciiptuTo l-esson wt!l be read by Mai- guerite Sechler. Mi.ss Dorothy K e r n , .M-elviu Fletcher, Kathleen Ho6\er ami Alva Kc-rn w i l l ofler pray-er. A vocal solo will be ·onderwl by Leioy Hoov- «r, a f t e r whh h a member of tho j u n i o r ,"KiPty will glvo a reading. The c h u r c h choh will lender an anthom. K c v . K A. H i h u U z , tho chinch pafetor, w i l l d e l i v e r i scnncm on "A.moi, iiml .Andy." I h n o k l Hoover will preside over tho meeting, Tho genenil subject for National f ' h i . M i a n ICmleavor week, to be ob- r \ o d ly all tho societies In tho V n l t e d S f a l M is "Double Your Id ft Uy Good Enough to Eat LUTHERAN IVOMEJf WILL MAKE (JUILT FOll ZKLIENOPLE HOME Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Lutheran Church held Us icgular meeting- yeBtexKiy afternoon In the church. Thpro wile, a/good attendance Jt was decided to m,ako a q u i l t a n d ' a com tort tor thc Zellenople ilom«. Work ou the quilt ,will bo commenced at tho February meeting. Arrangements wore made to oerve the annual banquet ol the Daughters of Ruth Clans on Feb- raaiy 11. Tho class jlso voted to sei \ e- the dinners to tho Kiwanis and Rotary Club in August. Tho society will luisist the- Author I/oague in HOIV- ,iug a saner Itraut 1 supper early TIJ February. One now member vm.s received. OJHcera for the year elected in Do- e'emiwr are as I'ollowH: President, JMrfi. Li. S. Bobbins; vlce-preeldent, Mr«. E. H. Garner; secretary, Mrs. W. II. Mc- Elhnney; treaeurer, Mrs. .Tamos Cunningham. MOZART CI/UH RECEIVED FIVE 'E\Y MEMBERS Five members wore received into tlae -Mozart Club at a moe-tlug laet evening at the Christian Church. 'They were 1 ' Mrs. Charles E. Thomas, Wins Lolit Detwilo)-, Miss Angela Boelet, Miss Anne Boll© Melltngor and David Chai lee worth. Preparations for lho musical comedy tho club la p l a n n i n g to give we-re furthered After business a pt-ogram was pvo- f.ent«xl with Mrs. r. Gigliottt ae leader. Thoto taking part were: Paper on Handel, Mies Irene Lucius; \ l o l i u numbers, Misu Mildred Lucas; vocal Holo, MiMs Suean Bloke; vocal duel, Mit.s Hicks and Mlse Holcn Grey; piano solo, Mlsa J\mc Collina. KaJisli-Boers. Announcement hae been mado of the mariiage of Miss Margaret Kallah, daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Kallsh of Smlthtou and Edward licera, aon of I Mr. and Mra. Charles Beera, Sr,, of j Grcensburfi. They were nwirrled on | '^nnTr I n ' v v hieY'iheTlver p -eject I't'huiaday mornng, January 1C, at the j U n l U K l Presbyterian Church at Gre-oiw- i burg, with Rev. D S. McMichaela of- Children will fret, oft :n for no apparent reason. But (here's always one sure way to omfort a restless, f r e t f u l rhild. Castona! Harmless as the recipj on the wrapper; mild and bl: nd as it tastes. But its gent e action soothes a youngster nv re surely lhan some powerful medicine that is trieant for the stronger systems of adults That's the beauty of tl is special children's remedy! It may be given the tiniest infant- -as often as there is any need. Ir cases of colic, diarrhea, or simila · disturbance, it is invaluable. I ut it has everyday uses alt mothers should understand. A coated tongue calls for a few drops to ward oif constipation ; so does any suggestion of bad breath. Whenever children don't eat well, don't rest well, or have any little upset--this pure vegetable preparation is usually all that's needed to set every tiling to rights. Genuine Castoria has Chas. H. Fletcher's signature on the wrapper. Doctors prescribe it WEST NEWTON YOU ]H « BOOSTERS HAPPY OVER INTEREST OF PUBLIC K. C. Stcmmeon '*f "Was Newton, hecretary of the YouKhloeh 'ny River Improvement Association, 'i a tolo- phono convereatlon Ihts me rnlng ac- preaaod hia gr.iUdoation over the LISBETtl all-over p ittern of fruit and (lowers malt as this smart frock for southern weur look good enough to eat. The skirt IB pU utcd, and the bodtc* mupliced Colors are blade and whlta ·with a note of rjd and gold. Striking print? are seen in day- timo frocks to cdlectlonn for spring wear. They are t how n In three-color combinations and tn large petterna. Black and white la Important. There la a constant us» of block for daytime frocka, relieved by white at the throat, 0. V. R. nitl'LK WILL J10.NOK CIVIL WAB VETS r0rM 1 ii, ficlating. Tho only attendants were Mrs. Charles 'Beerh, Sr., mother of tho bi kU-sroom aild John KtiliBh, father o f ' t e n a n t Colonel Jarvh. J. Bui In the lyrldfi. Tho y o u n g couple w i l l be I bin g ou Monday and addw that tho been advanced. lie congra.lnla(ei t h e peop of Con- nellsvllle an their civic prii e for the remarkably fino t u r n o u t in numbers at tho h e a l i n g conducted be ore Lion- at homo at Keuton, Pa , honeymoon. after their nl Fnncj-nork. The East Liberty Fancy work Club was entertained Thursday night by Airs. Roy Herbert at tho borne of her mother, Mr?. Poire Miller of Liberty. Guests of tho club were Mr-i. ii.'ort?o Herbert, Mrs. Harry McDonald, Mrs. Gray Harvey. The evening- waa sppni in a very delightful social manner, hunch was aervid by the hoa- IOHH Tho plaro for tho next meeting will be announced later. Log-ion Auxiliary Will Meet. Tho America.!) I/afilon Auxiliary will meol Monday might In the Ix»g-iou ioon,b, North Pitts burg Htre-ct. Mrs brief upeech of Major John K Blake, secretary of tho Boai d of Tr ide, given at the hearing, and made nxilte an Impression on (lie rcpresen ativea Jf the lower You^h viilley. Mr. Stevenson said the 7f ipon.se to the onrolhneiu call in tho river improvement aaopfatlon wan excellent In West Now ton. Tl.at com itunlty ut proaont leads eviry other i ne along the river, lie naid severa 1 hundred application b l a n k s heel been etit hci e. Theso will ha a v a i l c b l o at he oHlcn of fho Board of Trade ai d Major nialte ia deulrims thut vario is organizations will enroll tlie-lr MI U'e mem- bershlpK in i h j i lvs» group falling a t t e n t i o n ,to the Wai Dc- p.iiunent'a rejection of a bi idga pro, joct at McKet'sport because ho struc- | lure- was not of sulilclont 1 oight for STEREOPTICON LECTURE AT EVERSONU.B. CHURCH There will be a fltereopticon lecture at tho United Brethren Church at ICverson Sinutivy morning at 10:45 o'olook, n.t which time John A. Jordan of PHtsburp- will glvo his famous lecture entitled "Tho Passion Play." Tho pictures w'riro taken direct from the original Oberammorgau "Passion Play," which is presented every 30 yaaru In the highland!) of Bavaria. They are colored In oil and are un- u s u a l l y beautiful and natural. They will be shown with high wattage pic- turo machine espaclally designed to b r i n g o u t the colois "Wo consider it a great privilege to have the opportunity of hearing tho lecture and eeelug I lie play," said tha paator, Rev. G. JE. Householder The pictures will be free and the public is invited. Bftbe at Uvernoii Home, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whaley of Everson announce the birth at their homo yefitorday of a son weighing lOVi pounds. Mrn. Whaloy before hor nmrrlago was Miss Mildred I£er- wlck of ConnollavUlo. IS HOST TO D I S T I N C T , I; ^J to ^n®,^he ^ CHki , :", t : ] f, 0 _ H . i r.? H steamboat navle.itloL bcnoa h it, M i . Ste-veiiBon said "il In ev Jent lho Voughlogheiiy Is gotting a m-e con- aldoration aome\v hert-." At tho i c g u l a r meeting of the Ladlew South PltLbburg tree!, after which C n c l c to tho William F. Kurtz Peat, I tho council wa a 1 O6to.su at a meeting Magic Slstor C uiu-il, Daughters o£', !t Kood attendanco an oonsldwabl.t Ainoricft, held a b -let but, i news seaejon j "ualneas of Importanc-e ia to bo ti last night in Od* Follows Temple. atto1 - Cr.uid Army of tho Republic, Thrue- iluy aftornoon In Odd Fellows hall it wns decided to hold an entertainment In connection w i t h the regular moet- of District 2!), (ompooed of eight counclla. The dutrlet deputy fitatf councilor, Mre. E itella Bloom o£ IliiH place, took char;, e of the nieetliu,' ins; Thursday afternoon, February 13.} other officers pn sent ui addition to iii observance of Uncolu'a Birthday. Mra Bloom w p r e lho E , c r c t a r y Mra Members of William F. Kurtz Post ] T^.,,,^,. sr ,,i! n ,, _,,,,i f,n,^,,,.^. TVT,, will bo honor guests. Lunch will be seived. Mrs,. KIsie Smith, president, piesided ovei the meeting. Uurliisr the bufeinesa dfssaion Mrs. a Percy w.ib lutalled patriotic inHtructor, M.-s. Kdith ICorr Tonipson J u n i o r vico-p-eaident und Mrs. Julia chap), tin. Mrs. Lucy Jones, pr»lden', \\us tho ItihtsilHng oQl- t e i . One ( a n d i d a t o Initialed. N A T I O N A L FH.ESIOKM' VISITS V. OF V. W. Al'XlHARV The Ladies P.rown PoU, Vctoians of Foreign Mullen, -uul treasurer, Mi« lUeer ot Good Luc c Council o£ Dunbar. Kepri"iontaUvos mnnbwlng ten, from all councils in the district w i t h tho exception of Mill Hun Council and Pride of New ir't-'iiion Council were in attendant o. There were aloo three alternate's. Ooiuicilb repreeentd wore. Scottds'l-o, = v ven. 1*1 burly Council of Moyc'r, one, Fro'fdorn Council oC Vondei s i l t , t h i r t c t n ; (Joed Luck Council of Dunbar, n i ! i ; Chemong Council ol Point Marion, four. Magic Sister / a V v *V. l /Y. 1 ' i C r u n c i l of Coune'lsvlllD, Hfty-one. r V u x i l i d i y to the Walter ,. . , 1 . 1 1 . 1 . , . an , , ! It wa-3 reported that District 29 had ELATBOAT CREWS RESCUE FAMILIES TRAPPED BY FLOOD BL1GHTVILLE, Ark., Jan. 24.-Motor powered flatboats pimhod through ico In the flooded St. Francis River Valley today and began to take out marooned families, many of which have suffered trorn hungor and cold for a week. A fleet of 20 boats waa reported in the I inndatod area after a 48 liout delay. Wars, held lt« regular mooting last The auxiliary presented M i s . 1 Jln.i McCHm, president, with a floor lamp Mrs.. Fred Campbell wah t u a i d c * l Ihc handrrittdo ((iiilt made by t h » membci-H. Mrs. Margaiet A r m - 1 blrong of Plttflburg, a past national proHident ot i h e I^ulieh' Auxiliary, of KorolRti Warn, and Mrs. .Myrtle SuHiPiland oL Plttsbu^g, were guests of tho local a u x l l i a r j . After tho meetlns; a lunch walS seived by tho M x l a l rnmniltlec. Ml?,. Hobfcca Kaufman anl -Mit) 1)111 wore it-poited on the hick IKt. .11VHE1. \ . HI'TTKinrOHII AM) (. K. ! , i : U H i , I T E U IJCI3NSEI) Muss Mabel Virginia Butte-rmoro, daueihtcr of I l o i n l i u t t e n n o i n antl tJlari'tu'o- KdKir Lekhliter, son of Mr. and Mrs-. Chai'lrts Lokhlitt'i of tho tipi liiKiloId pike, w c t f Hi otiifd to wed in Cumberland. ^Ii3s Buttermore has made the largctit contribution in tho State to tho orphans fund the past yodr. Tho next district meeting will be held in April, tho date to be announced, at SeotMalo, at which time there will be an nhernoori and evening sffcriion. A school ot instruction will bo held in eonn/ee ion with the meeting. Miss McCormlrk Hostess. A party was !' Id last evening at tho homo of Mb;e K a t h i y n MoCormlck o£ Vtne- htreot, \x here a group of twelve youiiK peoi le v \ n s ontu-rtainod dai clng. A beautiful UNABLE TO PAY BOARD, ARE SENT TO COUNTY JAIL Specln.1 to Tha Courier. UNCONTOWN, Jan. 24.--Unable Square Dance J U M O B HALL Vanderbilt, Pn, Saturday, January 25 0001) MUSIC Everybody AVclcomo NO TUBE to pay their boaid bill by reason of. the "works" having been ehut Uown, Peter Leskoy of Oliver and Walter Brink of, Smithflold were transferred from their rooming houaoB to county Juil boarding today upon appearhifi bot'oro Judge, S. John Morrow at a session of uenlenco court Loskoy admitted lio owed $161 to IClizabotli Kodrlo of Oliver and was unable to pay owing to lho shutting at cards and i-marollo ca^.sas, i,ro«ionted to H e m y i ( l o w n ol UlD o ,, vor , an| and Brown us tln high prl^o. M ^ Hetty I l l j u r j llfl had racoivcd . Ohor ol Dawbon received lho guost prUe Kctreshru* its wore scive-d at a Uito hour. 1 nnclioon. The A l u m n i Association of Xavler's Academj oJ Latrobo St tientcnce(1 lo jaH (r the C( , 6ls Brink was arrested and committed on th-» prosecution of A. S. Brink for a $35 board bill. This was last T- fjembtr 14. lie likewise will bo a rcsldliiB w i t h her grandpaieulb, lasuo ^ »'»'»»tlons j o r a bridge lunch- aud Mt-a Clark BwUemiore, near · eon fadUll ' tla J' a"e noon, February 1, has euest of thc county until he pays the (Jllmoro'.s m i l l I ut the Willium Pel n Hotel, Pittsbuig. The J. S I. CItih. ' Mrs. Harold Khodes was hostc.ss to costs. John S. Stlno of Franklin township Is another "coet" guest at the jail. He was prosecuted by Earl Jordan, also of Prunklln township for assault and batterv but failed to nppoav before tho Mias Myillo H Hillesas ol' B u f f a l o tho members of tin J S 1. Club Wed- ' grand jury which placed the costs on Mills and Wai tor 11 F u n s l o n . son of n"ulay night at h M- homo in North the defendant and ho w i l l woik thc Funston ut Ship- Prospect htrwt V Miort huauiefih co-sta out at tho jail, m e e t i n g waa hold, d l t e r w h i c h the evening w.ifa spent at cardb. L u n c h was served by tho hosto.sb, Tho c l u b Mr. aud M i s O. U pens'iurn, \vorr married Xovomber "o. In Hagwstowr, Md." Tho i-ercmony was pcrlormei 1 bv Dr. J. M G l l l u m . The bride lor the lust two years, has, pl.uiued for a the-,i re party and din- be on « tpac-her In tho l l v n d m a n ner in two wcclv- Miis ICIUabeth The lu ulegroom is, tonnectod S ' e l c . ' t e r C ah. net Comtnvuv seuools. \vitl, Hi of Shlppcns'oi i o u ^ u ol M. . A l I U I s t l C l 1 Tlit' bi ile is O'Jlilim was a g u e v t . The next meet- liiK will bo at tin h m? ot Mlbs Jennie Carlson of J i f t t r s o i .suoet. fatronizo thoo \ ho advertise Are ou sutiafied with what your mirror relk'cts? Docs it show a tkiu clear, healthy and beautiful? Consistent use ol Cutieura ns- nircs vou such a satisfying Ti'ilt-c- Uou. Cuticuru Soap is cieausinp; .ind antiseptic, Cutieura Oiut- nent keeps thc akin soft and oraooth nnd tlio Bfulp hralthy; '^tilloira Tntcnm ini[nrts a Uiuty ami rcfrcibirig fragrunce. o Oiutiacnt SSc nod Sfto I«lc«m25c Pio^ 250 Serial Number For Western Penna DETECTIVES ARRES1 SUSPECT IN MURDER OFMONESSEXMAN OREJaNSJ«.niG, Jan. 24 - After an atl'Uight LtivoyUgatlon coin y rtet-eo- livos said here today ihoy h a arrestf tl and wer-e h o l d l u g for furthyr questioning Raymond Imlmrgte, 27, loncfison, in oonuoction w i t h tie. fata! shooting of. Carmclo Clilnclona, 30, a lho I n t - CAN GIVE YOU MORE THAN THIS 7 Second Action HumlessTone L-o-n-g L-i-f-e Ask Your Dealer'About ARCTURUS U O N O - L I P H RADIO TUBES homo Tuesday night. was place-tl in U e count-} lall lioro Inday on tho techulcul chargo of boicg a auupiclou i person. Police aaid Imburele has bcon a mourner at the CiUK-ral of ho slain anan yesterday and was at ( ie ;iriu- clone homo during tho day. Chief John Wall Is Given Oath I »y Clerk McK esson John C. Wall, named chiof of police of Connellsvlllo at a specia Koswlon j Of City Council Thursday a ^lernoon, was given the oath of office by City Clerk Oheitoi 1C. MrKcbsori immediately after adjouvnnunl Tlio new police honil will n ovo lioro at once from Noi th Upion I jwnshlp. STANDARD for EVERY leading SET Louis Nagy Enlists For Naval S jrvice Louis Nagy, son of Mrs. ( atlieriti-e Muronus ol' N.itrona, formerly of Trotter, haa been enlisited for th i United States Navy by Chief S. 8. P ylllip.8. The young m.m has leon p acod ou tho "waiting- H. c t" aud will b sent to the Great Lakes Naval Trail ing Station In Illinois on Mai ch 1. Ho Is the third onlhlmrnt being held n readiness lor th-e next quota Alfred Kobackor Pays, ^ isH, Alfred J. Kobaclier, former ( onnells- vllle merchant JIQW located .1 Colum- liue, Ohio, * topped off haru tod ty on his way to his Ohio home. He- renewed many old acquaintances. J-er mo Ko., _ backei is with him in C!ohin bun and tor Navy)''- r - l^cfliacker and Maurice Kflqen- I batnn, also identilled with t i-o .store \vh-en il was located hero, are In "A1.1 ar- veil," mid Mr.- man who ·enlists in the United States Navy through any of the ye- T° lei! °. oui - crltim slatloiii, In the Western Penn- KolMlck(?r B y h a n u Area of which PUUiburg is tho headquarters h u n tho numoitrls 250 preceding his number that ho carries tlii-oughout his sorvlw- with the Coven 1111 cat. Tiu-ici'ore any person who gels into the N a \ y throuijh Chief S. S Phillips will h; \v t h e n u m e r a l be{;hudTig wltJh the "2'(i" \ \ l i u h deslgnales Western P e n n s j Ivani.t. I'^oi intunco a uallor h d \ i n i j t h p niimbei' of S^J-JOOOS i\as t in this b-ortion Homes? E"veryciay .vou will and homes antl home 5 Uet advertised in our olaenl- flod co uiunfc--read thorn ovor. ., Kin ma Drhcek Jl . Mra. Emma Iflrbeck of Popl; r Grove was Inkon il! voi y middenly yesterday afternoon. She v.a.s adn ilted to tho f'onnellsvllle Slate llosp ttil and it, reported to be ?ettniK alo K nicely. f*mCHESTFR S PILLH S ,jll l lL*allS,,5 il K.O O 1 i U!U*d ^**-4lK-s, TUK VIAJUOJN0 HKAN1 . Xodleftl AslI your lrufftf!nt o r . Olil-ohM-Ur«ltl«imiinJIli-u id/ - , in l l o i l and Uold ntcti lc\ boiai, iBlcrt vtth Blua Hllib a. T»ke ito otlior Jtuv of Diuavlnt. Aikfoi-tilH-Oi I1AMUNI IlRAN'It I'll, I, , for Ml SOLD BY DfilGfiiSTS FVFRV ; -om Whichever Side You Look at It Kerosoioe Mantle Lamp i* the Boras 94% Air JatWln gtvrs light «|iml ^n ordinal y tampa -- It^lita instantly nnd burna without odor, noise, smoke, ( danger or troubie. abio- ' lutdy Tbo Greatest Improvemfisit Ever Made in a Mantle Lamp N OW for the fimt time in homes where keruaene oil la used for lighting, one may enjoy all the CM ni forts and blessinga of a perfectly lighted tome. The new Jnstant-h(jht Aladdin gives a light just like sunlight and even better in quality than electricity. It will flood n big room with the noftciit. mdloweal, briKhU'Hl light a delight tothtfcycaof Lh« aged .in nbaumncc agamaL mmalion of tin" cyefl of Uic younii No longer wed n ki±rwic«e UKhtKi borne be fflooniy and cht*C( less iler nightfall. Ifenutiful itaixt decor- ut and pjrchni«tit ixhudcs too* /·"or Sale by \ Where You Get Quality and Service With' Full Weight and Low Prices. Vienna (The Old Reliable) Flour, 2454 Ib. sack - $1.05 Hogsett's Fancy Pastry Flour, 5 Ib. s'k 25c Hogsett's Fancy Graham Flour, 5 Ib. sack 25c Pillsbury C^ake Flour, 2 boxes with Mixing Bowl 67c Cracked Hominy, 5 Ibs --.--21c Pillsbury Pancake Flour, 2 boxes ....--25c Connellsville Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2-- 1 -Ib. boxes 25c Connellsville Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 Ib. box ,, ^ ~..57c Rumford Raking Powder, 1 Ib. box ^29c Marshmallow Cream, 1 Ib. jar 22c Fancy Largo Callfornlft Fruues, 2 Ibs 88c Extra Choice Apricots, a pound 27c Prom for tSeoiUess Hiij.sins, a hox lOc Furicy Cleaned CurrantR, u J»ox 17c Dromedary Dates, a box , 19c Black Palm Dates, !J packages 2Bc Pure Strawberry Pro- serves, 2 Ib. Jar ,...40c Weldeman's Apple Uiit- fer, 2 large cans ».49c Fancy Table Pears, 2 large cans . 55c Premier Red Raspberries, a can .,, 33c Fancy Red Cherries, medium cans w ....,..,.30c Brownie Apricots, 2 large cans ,.~49c Fancy California Asparagus Tips, Large cans ., 30c Royal Scarlet Cocoa (Highest Grade) 1 Ib. can 29c Lipton's Yellow Label Tea, l /z Ib. box 48c Clicquot Ginger Ale, 3 bottles ..,...«. 45c Premier Grape Juice, Pint Bottles ,25c Yankee Beans (Fine for cooklnpr) 2 Ibs the. Roman Beiinp (Bird ER?) t! Ibs 35c Fancy Navy S Ibs. Poinco Catsup, Large bottle 18c Fancy Plmentoes, 2 cans 26o Beech Nut Baked Beans, 2 cans 25c Beecli Nut Spaghetti, 2 cans ~. «3e Beech Nut Catsup, large bottle .: 28c Squeez-Exj' Mop (Labor Saver) each 98c Johnson's Floor Wax, l /z Ib. can ._ ..... _______ 35c 1 Ib. can , ........ ___ ........ ,, ............... . ........ ,, ........ . _____ ...... 65c Argo Starch, 2 -- 1-lb. boxes -- ..................... 17c Octagon Soap, 5 large cakes ......................... -29c Octagon Soap Powder, large box --------- 23c Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 cakes .,.,, -- ,,. ....... 23c Gold Dust Cleanser, 3 cans ........... _ ...... .. ........ 13c Clorox, 2 bottles .................................................... TM35c Babo (A Porcelain Cleaner) 2 cans ...... ...2Sc At Our Meat Counter Small Lean Pork Shoulder si pound 18c Lean Pork Shoulder Roast, a pound _J22c Fresh Spares Ribs, a pound ...... - ............. ------ 20c Pork Loin Roast, a, pound ............ . .............. ...27c Fresh Pork Sausage, a pound ................... ....30c Lean Salt Side, a pound ..... ............ . ...... -- --- 20c Lamb Breant, a pound ................ ,, ...... ----------- 25c Veal Breasi, a pound ............................................. 2Sc Lean Veal Iloast, a pound .......... . ...................... 32c Veal Chops, a pound .............. ,, ............ . .................. 35c Fresh Beef Liver, a pound ........................... _20c Black Hawk Bacon, l /z pound package 22c Lean Bacon, 3 pounds or over, « pound 27c Home Made Scrapple, a pound ............... _____ 10c Home Mades Pudding, a pound ................ _...25c Fancy Sauer Kraut, 3 pounds ..... ........ Canadian Hams and Bacon Fish and Oysters « Dressed Chickens "The Store That Does Things For You" W^\MMWt**WM*^ of Hardware Co, U8 West Cruni'ord Ae. Cominei*cial all Dotie at 7?@ Oouirier Job WMWmAMVUWywumttfW

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