The Paxton Record from Paxton, Illinois on October 30, 1919 · 13
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The Paxton Record from Paxton, Illinois · 13

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t - oiOi 'sttlK Joi near rtell $1.2 M tier-' honv mar Fv ne W SUPPLEMENT TO . axtou gkcotd. PAXTON', ILL, OCT. bo, ii. Chanute Field Chaunte Field, Oct 28. Col F t Jonea- household soods were shipped Monday to Ft. Bliss, Texas. The Chanute football team left bunday morning at 8 o'clock for Decatur to play the Staleys of that Place, but th3 going got so bad one truck quit at Cerro Gordo, and another at Argenta. The ambulanole. n charge of Idem C. M. Leonard, lot o Decatur at 4 p. m. and wasert there, the party coming home dit the Interurban. One of the trucS ar- T' the neld m. Mondav , and the other at 5 a. tu. They were a tlrpd and weary bunch, but are willing to try again. Captain H. B. Oursler received his discharge Monday. The captain had been ( charge of ,he quBrtermas. ler 8 department. The cider for the transfer of Lieut James Welsh to Indianapolis has been recalled and he will remain at tile Field this winter. Captain W. 0. Stephenson hus been disibargea, effective Monday. He has been in command at the post hospital. Major Boyd arrived Sunday and took immediate charge of the bospi-tal. - Lieut. Marble and Bergt. McClure are in Sail Francisco, Having finished the transcontinental flight westward. Alexander Dupre and Charles Shroeder are under arrest, having been captured In Chicago tor absence without leave. Lieut. Jamea Welsh returned Monday from Lorlginal, Ontario, where he had accompanied the remains of Lieut. Cameron Wright, who was killed by a ship falling at St. Paul, Nebraska. The body was burled there instead of being cremated. 'ffni, B. Bolce and wife are the proud parents of a daughter, born Sunday. Ludlow Ludlow. Oct. 28. l.eo McCabe saw the wrestling match at Thomat-lioro Saturday evening. There was a well attended card party at Bear's hall Wednesday hvo-ning. L. N. Bear returned Sunday after a weeks business' trip in Minnesota. The Fox River creamery paid 66 cents for butterfat Monday. Miss Lucille Bear called In Paxton Monday. P. .J. Cole Jr. motored here from Buillngton, Iowa, and visited with Randall Rear Thursday and Friday, attended the football game at Urbana Saturday, returning home Sunday. The Ludlow Grain company bid Monday on white oats 66 cents, on No. 4 new corn 1.14, and No. 3 old com $1.26 per bushel. The rally day Sutiday at the M. E. church was well attended despite the inclement weather. Rev, Mr. Stokes presided in the morning and the first quarterly conference was held. Rev. J. C. Nate of Champaign, preaided. Rev. Nate also preached the afternoon sermon. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Forth of Paxton attended all service at the M. E. church Sunday, i Carter Garver la spending a few days-In Chicago on business. Rev, N. P. Harter of Anna. 111., preached at the Christian church Sunday, He intends moving' to Champaign, where his son is attending the U. of I. Miss Lucille Walker has resigned her position at the Ludlow State hank and will move with her parents to Gibson City, where she will wont for the telephone company. Harriet New has taken Mist Walkers place at the Ludlow State bank. Miss Ella Graham '-visited Rantoul Monday. Lee Ireland of Paxton celled here on business Monday.- Nicholas Shinker, wife and daughters, Alls and Jeannette, motored to Bloomington, Fairbury and Chenoa last week. M. Shinker visited Rantoul Monday on business. Had Enough War Apparently the freshman and sophomore classes of the University of Illinois think there has been enough war. Fifty of the expected 2.000 appeared at the gymnasium Saturday to hear the plans for the proposed revival of the class scrap between the two classes, which was expected to be a feature of the homecoming celebiation Friday afternoon. The classes will be given enother opportunity to deilare for wav Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the gym- For Men Who Work Hard. Men who work at, hard physical labor are subject to 'kidney trouble. J. U. Wolf, 734 8. Jackson St., Green Bay, Wis writes: "Foley Kidney Pills relieved mo of a severe backache that bothered me for several months. A few bottles fixed me up in good shape."- They also, relieve bladder and urinary ailments. V. Lund berg. Adv. " - A Distinguished Service Label WlSSlg ' , xx. --.-a,,,, Cut This Ont It Is Worth Money. DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 6C to Foley A Co., 2833 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets. V. Lundberg.- Adv. JUST STEP IN jfeurJnJr3r 1 3 I 1 I 0 ! 1 5 I I 0 3 1 I I I 5 n i JrrfjfrJrrdr2ijffrJprrdrJrJrJrJrdFJF7 3 I 0 I 1 I 1 I 0 1 to i i ii i 0 a i a a 1 We were never better able to supply your needs for Fall activities than at present. ' , - Oil heaters, stove pipe, coal buckets, fire shovels, flue stops, lanterns, husking hooks, mouse and rat traps, carpets beaters and oil mops, etc. And Look Around Couple Assaulted " 0 Mattoon, 111., Oct. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Sternburg, wealthy residents of Mattoon, are in a serious condition today as a result of being beaten about the head with a hammer by robbeis who burglarised their home last night. Awakened by the screams of her husband, Mrs. Sternburg rushed to hts aid and was severely beaten, concussion of the brain resulting. Blood hounds were placed on the trail and led officers to a boarding house where a stranger had engaged rooms yesterday. Trimming Window The new show windows which have recently been completed at the P. Larson Company store are being trimmed by Mr. H. M. Levinson, an expert in this line from Champaign. The new fixtures for the P. Larson Co. windows iiave not yet arrived so Mr, Levinson Is using the old fixtures for the work. This evening the show windows will he lighted for the first time. I Newman Hardware Co. Hardware, Houseware, Harness, Paints, Oils Phone 3 Don't Neglect Yourself. Lsrne back, shooting pains, torturing rheumatic aches, swollen Joints, sore muscles, puffiness under eyes, floating specks and an always tired feeling are Indications that the kidneys and bladder are not working proporly. Foley Kidney Pills soothe and strengthen weak and disordered kidneys and bladder. Victor Lund-berg. Adv. Look for the name Munsing Wear on, your underwear. The name.Munsing wear on your underwear is a sign of satisfaction. The name stands for fine quality, peifectnn of fit, washability, wearability, serviceability, in fact all the things you expect of good underclothing and none of the disappointments. r 1 Munsing Wear Is Dependable Underclothing You can count on itsfinesqual- ity, perfection of fit, comfort,' , 1 service day after day, season after season. In these days of rising, cost and uncertain merchandise its worth a lotto be able to depend upon undetwear. Thats why we recommend Munsing wear to you and say that it is sure satisfaction and true -economy. E. E. Johnson JrJrJrJrirJrJrJr-1rJr-)ri What a Federal Bakery Means to Your Town li 0 I I 3 3 3 3 1 1 il n I I I 1 3 3 3 Ol The Federal System of Bakerie? of America, is an organization of men with years of experience. We have established in your city, Paxton, one of our many branch bakeries. Within a few years we will have over 5000 Federal System Bakeries in operation threughout the United States. Today there are Federal Bakeries in every state of the Union. Can you see what this means to the bread users of this com- w- munity? . - j t It means that you are going to be able to buy better and cleaner bread, for the same money, than you ever have before. Better because of our great ourchasing power, we can save thousands of dollars over and aboye the production costs of the ordinary bakery and this money saved will be turned back to you by l! giving you a better quality of bread. Cleaner because our equipment is of the largest type and we take a pride in the sanitary condition of every shop. All Our methods of baking and mixing arc open for the public inspection any hour of the day. . Watch for our announcement of opening as soon as equipment is placed. RAMSEY & SANDSTEDT Picnic Hams, 5 to 6 lbs., lb '. 24c Good Bacon, 1 to 3 lbs., lb.- 35c Gallon pails Sorghum. ,.$1.40 . J gallon pails Sorghum. . . r .70d Gallon pails Table Syrup . .r 90c Gallon pails Apple Butter .$1.10 10 lb. bag Corn Meal L 57c 5 lb. bag Com Meal 29c White Kidney Beans, lb ; ........ 10c Swedish Brown Beans, lb 10c Lima Beans, lb 14c Large cans Polk and Beans 13c Red Beans, per can. . : 9Jc Bulk Graham, Oyster and select Soda Crackers, lb. i .v I9c Best Cream Cheese, lb 40c lb. can Sardines in tomato, mustard or oil 12 Jc , Large cans Mustard Sardines, 19c; oil, 20c ' Macaroni, Noodles and Spaghetti, pkg . 7Jc Bet canned Com 14 c and 15c Lare cans Hominy 9c and 11c None-Such Loganberries and Red Raspberries, large cans 47c Best Peaberry Coffee, lb 45c Calumet Baking Powder, 1 lb. can ; . 25c . Large, juicy Oranges, each 5cj i 0 1 i 3 0 0 0 B B B Lenox Soap, per bar 4c Large cans Pumpkin . 10c and 11c Grape Nuts, pkge ". 13c Cream of Wheat, pkge .24c Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkge .I2c Good Brooms , . , 62c Good Red Salmon, tall cans. 1 . ...... .33c (Good pink Salmon, tall cans. ; .24c and 26c Canned Milk, small cans 8c Canned Milk, large cans .16c 5 1 lb. box assorted Cakes $1.35 Dates, per pkge . -19c Large juicy Grape Fruit, each 10c Best Apples, lb. 9c Rutabagos,' lb. 3 Jc Potatoes, peck ; . v 50c 6 lbs. Sweet Potatoes ....... ,25c. Just a tip on Flour. Buy now; some predict $18 to $20 flour. We still have Sunburst, per sack, $3.65, bbl., $14.60; Eaco, $3.75 per sack; barrel, $15.00. Creamery Butter, lb 67c Good Luck Oleo 44c Fresh Eggs, dozen 58c Paxton li-ash-Iiarry ; Self Serve Grocery

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