The Allentown Democrat from Allentown, Pennsylvania on January 16, 1915 · Page 12
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Allentown, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 16, 1915
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T ALLENTOWN DEMOCRAT- SATURDAY. JANUARY 16, 1915 TWELFTH PAOf Free Employment Bureau Help and Situation Want Advertisements Free. Other Classified Advertisements One insertion 25c; three insertions, 50c. Other rates on application. AGENTS WANTED 'Karn 13" kly, willing Untie lt .N.i.r.1 m.Lj.t.rlii...'. l'utk?! SHMIIIiv Ilk' 311) Mr CVIHI. ITottl. I'illll live. J. At. Tucker, U'M Aivll U r'Ulla.uulphltt. I'a. jin-it OVI WANTED v,rt..l iwvii'iy buy. t'-aH Moiiriiiy mm mini;. Ooouyvar atulnooul Oo., :M Hamilton til. jio-ai HOE REPAIR OPERATOR WANTED A alHiellliuit r. ciinp.."tllt ti) uuvralo OouilveiLf stitcher, wanted at oiwe. Au oiv i.v Imict. box nuinbor 4. Allvntowu UeiiK'ciut. J "help wanted men Wantnl UeHuule Amwivuii young man. rapid and uuounnte, to ueiivwi gouds. 1.50 day, sluudy work, lieier-rmutreJ. Chve full particulars. Address Uox 78, Democrat Wlicfc WANTED AT ONCE Canvsxmis tvanied at once. Ljudlei or man Lsulul uuusi'iioia aruoie. awii Lwmixia. Kroe Kmploymeut liurvau. WANTED Man wanted to worn on farm. Must bo good milker ujul uWi to take care or cat lie. Apply Dcfeoorat tree liauploy-ment Bureau. WANTED Men wanted to canvass on a commission baws. Good household necessity. J-'or address apply Democrat Free iiut-ployment Bureau. Female Help Wanted. WANTED;'--' - Ladles to nonslr&te a n'gn graae is. elalary and commis- ' Houaohol 0 alon Apply.J menr lJurcauf liiarion St., A 7 Democrat Free Kmploy-irp. Frehn, 448 Waali- Otowa, pa. I. ' L bai iau Slavish or f Katicarlan girl tor general housework. Apply at Democrat Free Bmployment MuBreeu. HOUSEKEEPER WANTS POSITION Lsuly, agud 33, clean, retpectaoie houseaepor wunti position In geialt-niao'i home. Address M. ii." Dem-ocrat Office. Jlo-3t WANTS POSITION A respectable eldonly kiuy wtth good MfwHiri ujid exoej-ietlice. Ucsll'es a pod iidon as paatry cook or housekeeper. ptusu-y cooking tor restaurant preien ed. Call at Democrat office- Jlo-3t WANTED u.u vnnnir man. oonuion as porter or nv oilusr Kind of work. Can lurnisil tiri class references. Apply at Demo crat Free Employment iiixreau. jl3-3t POSITION WANTED Middle aged niaji would like position as macniniat helper. Apply Democrat lre Employment Bureau. POSITION .WANTED &liddle aKed man wants position In jioiel or reaui.ura.iit as second hand cook. Can furlileli reference. Apply Deunoura.t Free Employment Bureau. CHAUFFEUR WANTS JOB 'Experienced chauffeur desires position Address luoa Fourth St., Mortli (Jatasau-aua. at ENGINEER WANTS POSITION Middle aged man desires a position as engineer oi iianuy man arouna a mm. Appiy Denic-ci'at i? re Einpioyuient Bureau. LINOTYPE OPERATOR - Young woman desires position as linotype operator on .Nus. 1, 5 or Alodetl K. Apply Democrat Free Employment Bureau. POSITION WANTED Middle aged German lady would like position In hotel as cook, or any other kind v hotel work. Apply Democrat Fre. Employment Bureau. POSITION WANTED Young man, 24 years of age, experienced In grocery line, desires position of any kind. Apply Democrat Free Employment Bureau. POSITION WANTED Young girl would like position learning to sew. Apply Democrat Free Employment Bureau. POSITION WANTED Middle aged lady would like to take washing and ironing home for Monday and Tuesday. Apply Democrat Free Employment Bureau. OFFICE ASSISTANT Young woman with some knowledge of book and Lime keeping, desires position as assistant in office work. Apply Democrat. Free Employment Bureau. WANTS WORK Sounc man, student, 21 years old would lilt work for afternoon tvad Sat- urday. iraotical salesman and oltlcs dark. Address u N.,"' car of Xun0- crat Employment Bureau. WANTS WORK Middle afed lady would Uke to clean otxios or store room. iaa xunuan Deal reference. Apply Lexno&rat Fr him-lav muni Bureau. KLDERLY MAN would like position as wMGosuui or janitor, tjan give rex rences. Address M. H., care of Employ xnnt Bureau. Iemocrat PublishiAS Co. FURNISHED ROOMS. ROOM AND BOARD At raai rates. Convenient to all trolleys, at No. &2 Walnut street. F'iR.?JH.ED 0M8 FOR RENT-With all conveniences, within half block from the nost ntri r A rtt-fel w ek s CUM Turner street Lehlarh Phon. MX, aM-tf ROOMS FOR RENT Nioalr furnished rooms for rent. Two Moclu from Hamilton Street, one-half block from post-office. All conveniences use of Bell 'phone, private family. Address "Uoonu", Democrat Office. aU-tt TWO ROOMS FOR RENT FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Nicely furnished rooms for rent. Two blocks from Hamilton street, one-half block from post office. All conveniences, use of Bell Phone. private family. Address "ROOMS." Democrat office. da-cf TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable for light housekeeping. Use of bath, rent very reasonable. Apply at 231 8. 6 th St. d22-lm FURNISHED ROOMS All Improvements. Kates reasonable Apply 37 North 6th St. otl-lsao. FOR RENT lrge offiiM room in central part ot town, suitable for real estate broker, or lawyer. Addruaa "F. F. H," care of Democrat office. , advji8-tf FURNISHED ROOMS For rent One nicely furnished front rooms, one bicck from Hamilton St. Cad at 103 LJnden St. .A-lss FURNISHED ROOMS "umisiied rooms with or without SMMfard. All improvements, rates reasonable. 7 Turner St- o2tf-lmo. TO ELECT NEW PASTOR An election for a new pastor will be held on Sunday. January 31st, at the West Swamp Mennonite Church. at Milford Square. The candidate Is j Itcv. H. G. A If-nbacli, of Quakei t-"n BAKERY FOR RENT A No. 1 oaki'iy lm- nul. sultiihle fV lirnad or Droi.l baklim. Auuiy at UihK-ii St.. uliy. Jlu-St FOR RENT For rent Kli-eiy furnished rooms. Al so two furnished for lurnl liouekeil lug. All rouvwuno., immMlliig use of plum. Al'l'U al Dili UuiniHou Hi. . tU-Ut HOUSES FOR RENT Ono 9 room . urnur hriiK house. No, n l.umlnr Birei-t. lU-nt U.oo. liglm-i'ooiu I'ouho, No. North Fifth Htret.t. i'rewscl liru.-k front; runt poivh liiimtdluiH iMi!i.sal'.n. Auply to UA VY FKK AUTdMulUiiB CO.. Twelfth und Hamilton but. J houii on. RENT Tea rooir. House, hot water beat and ntih. nardwood nnlsh: located at Ul Mouth St. Cwid Ml App.y at 42 South est Bl jyt-U FOR RENT .rt of house lor rent. Add! at &31 h.lhr. oZO-U iuibCiSLLA W EOUS LOST A Black folding pocketbuok, contain lug a aum of uioney. In Kg from Hi UumilLuii St. station of the V, H. K. viu of Hamilton St. hill to the Uyrio thtathe. A suitable rewards will be given to the person finding and re turning the purse and Its contents to the Hamilton St. ticket office of the' L. V. R. R. Jan. 16-3t BOOK BARGAIN Bargain for tiudck Imyi-r; Fifty volume set oi fiarvaru Classics, or Dr. Kl-lot's rive Foot shelf ul tiooltii. In pi-acut-al- ly new cond'iMon. Address box 87. cure of Democrat. - jlj-lS-U FOR SALE ': One and one-fourtli shares of1 Mingo uoat i.iuu stocK for'4UMiiy Aidr man McFadden, 6U3, KKlgeAve. j!4-it 0rtGAN FOR SAL E -1 For Sale .A large portable ' Ksrty unuron organ with seven sols oi reeds at Trinity U. K. Chuixilt. Apply to a Uwurlz, 10L3 Lniden St. Jl4-St WAN I to Roomers and boarders. Led lei 4. per week. Oentlemen .00 per week. jars, values jAUiiia. ss ou. m s L DRESS MAKING WANTED Experienced drees maker desires work s-t nome. imuureu a dress making specialty. Kates reasonable. Apply oemtfcmi ree employment bureau. WANTED Wanted Washing and ironing. Will fetch and deliver. Address 1340 North jra St., iamsauqua. ds-u LOST Patent leather shoe with cloth top, either on Allen SL. or 7th Stor Wash. ington St. Finder will please; return to His Washington St, WASHING WANTED Wantod Washing and Ironing at home by a middle-aged lady. Apply Democrat irtia mmpioymenji .Bureau. BOARDERS WAITED wanted One or two gentlemen to Doara wim private lamuy. Horns with Improvements. Apply at Sis N. th SL 31-tf BOARDERS WANTED Boarders warned Have nice front room for one or two young ladies or gentlemen; convenient to trolley; good table; rat-es reasonable. All conveniences. Apply &95 Gordon St. ji)-lmo. BOARDERS WANTED Boarders Wanted Have nice front room tor one or two young ladles: con venient to trolley; good table; rates rea-Gordon St. hi d9-tf WANTS POSITION A middle-aged lady would like position as housekeeper. Apply at Democrat Free Employment Bureau. REALTY TRANSFERS J. H. Griessmer to Clara Deshler, house No. 946 Tilghman street, $3,-500. J. F. Krause to Rofoert J. Woodring, house No. 964 Green street, $2660. Lawrence Rupp to James V. Cas- sone, house No. 914 Ellier street, $1,-500. Samuel Siegel to H. W. Yost, house No. 434H Greenleaf street, t200. Joseph F. Gorman to John Keiser, lot No. 1732 Tremont street, J350. E. A. Krause to Robert Frederick, house No. 25 South St. Cloud street, $6800. Joseph F. Gorman to Joseph Post, lot Nos. 1213 and 1215 North Nineteenth street, $7(. C. H. Yahlan to Z. Giannelli, house No. 122 South Penn street, $2750. Kummery & Butterweck to O. H. E, Ochs, Henry R. Frey and Robert F. Siegfried, house No. 246 South Madison street, $5500. Clara E. Des'Mer to Claude Larosh, house No. 946 Tilghman street, J3500. Frank P. Mertz to E. A. Krause, house No. 8-01 St. John street, $4300. Kummery & Butterweck to Francis Bowman, house No. 201 North Jordan street, $3200. E. N. Gaekerabach to John Mertz, house No. 1446 Liberty street, $2500. J. W. Gladhill to E. N. Gaokenbach, property No. 528 Auburn street, $1.00. Estate of Rebecca Voorhees to Geo. F. Schlicher, No. 736 North Ninth street, $2000. Louise Kahen to Bertha Goldham- mer, property No. 1220 Walnut street, $1100. E. H. Paff to Walter Bittrier, prop erty No. 1419 Liberty street, $1.00. Walter E. Bittner to E. H. Paff, the property Nos. 722-24 and 726 North Eighteenth street, $1.00. George F. Erich to G. V. Erich Com pany, property Nos. 516-18 and 520 St. Cloud street, $600. Jonas Schrader to George F. Erich, property Nos. 516-18 and 520 St. Cloud street, $1500. Gernerd & Boyle to Anna Hasko, lot No. 1116 Fullerton avenue, $390. Harry F. Bower to Fredericka Bueh- ler, house No. 745 Cedar street, $1000. C O. Hunsicker to Asa G. Knerr, property No. 1339 Gordon street, $50. W. F. Clauss to Hairy Frltsch, :ot No. 922 North Sixteenth street, $500. C. O. Hunsicker to Harry But terweck, property Nos. 1228 and 1230 Chew street, $1400. H. F. Frey to John Mertz, house No. 1345 Liberty street, $2000. Calvin Sauerwine to William Krell, lot No. 1739 Livingston street, $400. The Best Croup Med 'cine Mothers who have had experience with it will asrree with 'Mrs. Oran A. Swvdner. Roanoke, Ind.. as to the twst croirp medicine. 'She writes. ''OhamberiRin's Lbugh Remedy Is the tet croup medicine I know of be cause it "breaks up the attack." For sale oy ail dealers. t advJ15-31 j dveitiase in the Democrat. CENTRAL BRAKKMAN INJURED e 'Charles Dietrich, Central Railroad brakeman. Waa badly bruised and shaken up at It. 45 Wednesday night, when he Jumped oft the to of the ten. tier of Engine 440 as the angina wan crusMlng the trestle over the Lehigh Valley tracks at Coa.port. The train waa moving east and Dietrich was on ton of the tender assisting the tire, man when the water bar burst, throw. Ing hot water Into the fire and caus ing flames and hot coal to belch forth from the fire box. Probably thinking the engine was about to explode, he Jumped, landing near the west-tiound truck of the Lehlgn valley, railing a distance of over 25 feet. LOCAL GRAIN MARK3T. D. T. and N. D. Frltch. Wheat, II.S5. rye, IM.05; Mocunrie- outs, 43c; nw ear corn, 70c Mauser Mills, Laury's Wheat, rye, tl; new corn, 72c; oats, 91.35; . 45c; buckwheat. $1.50. Bucger -Milling Co.. Allentown Wheut, $1.25; rye, $1.00; corn, 70c; oats, 45o. " Newhnrd, Kmnua Wheat, $1.25; rye, 1.00; oats, 50c; new ear corn, 70c, Luohenbach, Bethlehem W...t SI. 35; .new shelod corn, 75c; rye, $1.05. 1-Tey, tmaus Wheat, $1.1 0; rye. SJc out. 45c: new ear corn. 68o ttils Is Whaf Makes Somo Cbildron Thin and Spindling If you are a mother or a. father von are naturally interested in yjnr children. You want them to nave a Jtood start in life, a constitution thnt wll' rtand by them nil their dttys. It is pitit'i.l to 8e little, thin, scrawny children, because one can't heln hut feel that they are being neglected, that if they get enough food their stomachs are not digesting It. It Is tha Juty of every parent to know that hi" Cui aren ret nil the nourishment out of their fond. In other words they should itrow thnt their digestive organs are assimilating their food, and it the children clo not gain in weight it is almost certain that they need digestive stimulant. If you have thin, spindling children get package of GASTROAIDS at any drug store for lwc., 2fc. or ow., give it to them for a few days and see if there isn't a decided improvement eat better, sleep rounder, eye clearer. This great preparation is absolutely harmless. It is a guaranteed medicine and wonderful in its work for any kind of Indigestion or stomach disorder. Every one having enn iren should not be without a package In the house. It Is a cheap and safe w xy to avoid dangerous stomach nlsorders. Curts Chemical Com pan j H7 East 24th Street. Mew Tork City., For Sals In Allentown By the American Medicine Co. S4S Hamilton SL Records Coming In. Wuchter Musio House entirely sold out of all Columbia Records since the Holidays. But are now ready to accommodate yeu all. The New Hits. "Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers" ... nd 1200 to select from, 65c to $7.50. NO.' 1019 HAMILTON STREET. . A. Wuchter Music House. I Fit Right Glasses Te Wrong Eyesl BUSINESS MEN Frequently neglect anj abuse their eyes, refrain from wearing glasses and ruin their eyesight as consequence. Don't put the matter off, but know and know for sure the exact condition of your eyes. Have them examined and then if glasses are necessary, by all means, wear them! Mr. Business Man think this over and think hard I Prof. W. A. Weidner 28 Hamilton Street ALLENTOWN, PENNA. FURS PRICES NO HINDRANCE QUALITIES An inducement. Coats, Muffs, Neckpieces in ALL wanted Styles and Pelts. Lewis L Anewalt Co. 617 Hamilton St. IVJt Ssr- -ft -FARMS- E- N. GACKENBACH NO. 112. 87 ACRES Price $4700 This farm Is located about three miles from Bath; has slightly rolling gravel soil, 10 acres in meadow running water, 8 room frame house, Swiss barn, buildings all In fair condition. No. 3. . 44 ACRES Price $2400 This farm Is located 8 miles from Iyehighton and has gravel soil slightly rolling land, and has a lot of fruit; running water; a brick house and a frame linrn all In good condition. No. 47.. 14 ACRES Price $2400 This farm has level land, fine soil, 7 room frame house, new frame barn, lot of fruit, never falling well water, 8 minutes walk from trolley. No. 122. 2 ACRES Price $1800 This farm is about five' minuted walk from the trolley line, is 8 miles from Allentown, has a small barn, 8 room frame house as good as new, lot of fruit, fine poultry farm, well water. This -Is a very fine bargain. SECURED Realty Company 522 Hamilton Street HOUSES FOR SALE On Tilghman, near 9th $3500 On West, near Linden $6000 7th and Tilghman. AU improve ments ' $4500 Liberty and Howard, modern improvements $4500 1430 Chew, modern improvements$5000 On 7th near Washington, mod ern improvements $5600 On 8th, near Washington, modern improvements $2500 On 5th and Linden, modern im provements $4800 On Madison, near Linden, mod ern Improvements $4700 76-acre Farm, good buildings. . .$6500 HUNSICKER REALTYCO Bell 1329 Lehigh 1484 FOR RENT 6 room flat, not water and heat fur nishetl. all rooms lijcUt and cheerful. beautifully papered. Call bells, front and reur pur-chea. Situate 10Jb Walnut tit. 3rd floor. 9 runi Drlek 3Iou3e, 22 N. lUi. " Xa improvements, rent fl3.00. $ room brick housu. 137 Dak St.. E. Allentown. Gas and water, newly papered. Kent $12.50. room Brick house. 20 So. 2nd St.. E. Allentown, all improvements- Rent 115. 9 room Brick corner house, 317 So, 2nd Sty, all Improvements. Kent 17. For particulars apply Ezra H. Smith 908 Hamilton St. HOUSE FOR SALE. FOR BALJSt fa room, new modern house, with eas and toilet with running water. Cheap at $1400. Apply Angelo Annoni, lieal instate, 7bfa J or dan St., City. Jan.l2-tf. For Sale or Exchange. Valuable fazm, 57 acres, near city limits, in line oi improvements. Price very reasonable. Will take city property in part payment. W A.. RUCH, Allentown Trust Bldg. SPECIAL SALE FOR SALE Property on Lilnden St., between 17th and 18th streets, for J40O0. Large house, 26 ft. front, 10 rooms. All Improvements, spacious white enameled ba.h room, frowt and rear porches. Klv TV-thin in good .condition. A bargain, onlv 13U0 down reaulre-d. For full oarbi- culars call on owner at 237 South Madi son street any day after to p. m. or call on phon e, 16 ii 0 Loll i if h. jb-tf HAVE FORESIGHT WITH YOUR EYESIGHT and consult us as soon as headaches set in, or need a change of lenses. Eye Strain is too often the hidden cause of many nervous disorders.- Come here for your glasses because here is where careful, economical folks can get the services of a reliable experienced optometrist. With free consultation. Our eyeglasses combine comfort, style, durability, accuracy, and efficiency at a moderate price. Can you beat it? Ask those who use our glasses. O. P. SCHADT GRADUATE OPTOMETRIST. Ill N. 7th Street. 4 doors North of Hotel Penn. Lehigh Phone 1108. Office hours 8.30 to 11.45 A. Al. 1 to i THE HOUSE VOU WANT TO FUT MONEY INTO IS PROBABLY AMONG THE FOLLOWING YOU WILL BE SURE TO MAKE A WISE WILL BE SURE IF YOU WILL ALLOW US TO SHOW YOU r,00 Chew near 'MMi, 10 rooms, hardwood floors. ccifiomule, mantel. 2 stairways, deooraU-ed, $65fl0 vu-hie. $B200 AMnisim nenr Hamilton, twin sty-le, 10 rooms, 2 inantHs, 2 sUilTways, u gem, formerly $ttt(l. $.1200 iSo. 7th Frt., 10 rooms, aJI fm- prov menus, Winn a C2x230 ft. lot. 6500 112th near Ho.n;'ton. 10 rooms Iw.t waiter hesto, loWonaled, side ent., MalCO ft. lot. $5700 i;e N. Otli neiir liberty, 11 roiuns. aU 4imits., 2UKlt!) ft. lt, $i0u value, $."700 iKpc. 44o. lxtih, nw Hamilton. 9 ro'ni4, hn-rdvood floors, 2 stairways, t-vviin coWttge style $iWiimi value. $1000 Sure., Will esmJiVwhed res-t'iiti'ran't business wiiUi roim-. pk-te cNiuipnH'.nt doing good business, centml locatioai.' Houses fr Htnut M2 tx $35. M. A. REIN. MITM Insurance Notary Public Room 20, B. & B. Bldg. FARMS FARMS 124 acres, level "Dairy Farm:" 1 rriie to nourishing town, w mile to tray, 9 room stone house, larzo barn. al kinds of fruit and outbuildings. Spring water, ah buildings m A .No. 1 ' Large silo, including 4 hcr.ies. V2 head of cattle. Large engine hayload-er. all kinds of up-to-date machinery. Abundance of fruit, price without stock and implement $10.0'JO Price with stock and Implements, iiU.C'iO 9ti acres gravel soil "I'otato farm", gaol buildings, wlK exchange. Price i '0 22 ax-res, good buildings on Stale -oad, Abundance of fruit and water -Price, $2500. 4 aeres, level, nicely located, brick house mile from trolley. Fruit, etc. I'rioe, $1900. 17 acres "Truck and cikken farm", 4 blocks from trolley and 7 mites from Allentown, good frame 'houaJ. barn, sheds, etc., some timber. Vrk'e $J0OO. House Bargain $1800 N. oth Cedar St. $41i0 Nine rooms, near 8th and Walnut. $2500 North Perni. conn'-.r. lmpt. $2700 Union Tear 12th, .ill imP,t , watrr heat. $3500 N. 7th near Green, aU impts. $1SOO liberty, near 5th. $3800 N. Franklin near Hamilton, all imuts. $2100 Two brick houses on Willow StS. $4000 N. 14th, 10 rooms, all inipta. $SjOO S. Franklin near Hamilton, all impts. For this an I other farm;, houses, ground and bus-.ness places, some for exchange, -call on J. P. WILLIAMS Fenri Tiust Bmiairg A'l'uown, pa. REAL ESTATE ArrROXrACKS A'lt.itmde, feet; 10 nrviniutes' walk to village, lVfe mile to milruud; seven room oottaxe, bath, toilet, lavtatory, rti n n in-g sprt ng water i n house, large porch; newly papered, paiimted; barn, horses or automobiles, five acres land which runs to middle o( lake; ca.n niMes launoh; State road, beautiful lawn, maple sliade; ready (to in; price. $2,950; .terms; no canls. llrs. IVt-er Hughes, retpont, N. Y. .116-5t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. $3800 for a corner property near Hamilton St. Splendid location for apartment house. Will exchange equity for building lots. I. F. Kemmerer, Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 1116 Tilghman St. 3ell Phone 287-J. FAINT PRIDE is the kind of pride Ihe owner feels when he looks up at hi i house that has just been well painted. It's what a good painter feels, too, when lie uoes a good job. It's enough to make a man feel good to see that all the dingy spots the un sightly streaks, the worn places, have been hidden by a harmonious coal of smooth, soft-toned paint. . Con t you think it worth while to have your home painted if it makes you feel peouder of the house? If you feel prouder of it, others will be urk-jd er to own it hence its market value rises. Don't you think your house is get ting just a little dingy looking? Think how a coat of good LEWIS' WHITE LEAD (Dutch Boy Painter trade mark) and pure linseed oil would brighten it up. 'lm ready if you are. OSCAR W. BRENSINGER, 1135 Oak St., Allentown, ?a. .30 P. AL mm m Not a Sale of Shop-Worn Pianos, Player Pianos, etc. . Our special Cut-Price Sale is not a sale of shopworn Pianos, Player-Pi anos and odds and ends of musical goods, but a sale of our regular stock. You can search the world over and still you will not find better Pianos, Player-Pianos and Musical Goods than we carry in stock. We have the reputation of keeping the BEST musical instruments and wares in Allentown, and when you can buy at CUT PRICES intending purchasers should not fail to do so. Pianos and Player-Pianos can be bought on our usual TERMS CASH IF YOU HAVE IT; TIME IF YOU WANT IT, . ll UKKUilttlKi LADIESI When lrresjular or delayed use Tri umph fills. Safe and always dependable. Not so'd at drug stores. Do not experiment with others; save disappoint ment, vvrix tor -Keiier- ana particulars; It's free. Address: NATIONAL MEUIUAL INSrXTUTlS, Mllwoultee, Wis. ol0-10wks. W.C.LABOLD AUCTIONEER, 625 Turner Street, Allentown, Pa. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED POULTRY GET IT NOW! Banta, Banner and Simplici ty Incubators and brooders. Full line of poultry, bird dog and fish supplies. Live and Dressed Poultry Model Poultry Supply House 125 N. 7th St. Lloyd Grentzmacher, Suc- cessor to A. J. Hartman. 1 lrCew. ' x -r-nsi . iii i - -: J Works Dressmaking :'.:ools A" le laraeat and beet eeulped schools or the kind in tliik country. We have school, in all the principal oitlrs In the vicinity of AHeutown. Our Lancaster tchuul rvrmeiiy under the Manaitainnt o Miss Tlllson has taught over six) pupils. This school Is more popular now lhn at n' other time, the same can be eald ot cur Itvadlns;. Tork and Harris'mri school. They are popular because tliey leaoh each pupil a art that la of great valus a Ion- as tiiny live Learn Dressmaking1 Make all your Win tor and sprtna; dresses while leu ruing. You are taught out-ting all patterns oy measure. You cut the goods and make the entire dress. In.; Is the only wsy clreiHinuklng can be taught right. Day and evening classes. Address Works Jroinakiiig School. 610 Hamilton 1st., Miss J. Tlllson, AlanJ agar. al7 Saturday For This Special Market Day We Have Prepared some Very Special Offerings. They Ought to Equal Last Week's in Desirability and Last Week Made a Record for Themselves. At Our Price We Have no Competition Nor Could We Have Any. We Are Following the Market Closely and Our Prices Are Right at All Times. At Allentown's Greatest Pure Food Market 19-21-23 South llcm Smoked Lamb Chops ) Your Choice Pork Chops Hamburg Steak) 25 14ic ID Hams SPECIAL ALL DAY Hit) SLICED . All for 20c Bacon 1 lb SLICED Liver V2 IDS Onions 30ib BUTTER TABLE BUTTER FRESH CHVRNEI This Is Not Cooking Butter. American SWISS OKn CHEESE lb... Purity PEANUT OCn BUTTER 2 lbs 0 Oleomargarine Pound 18c 2 lbs 22c-PURE 27c DOZ EGGS EVERY EGG FLORIDA ORANGES Largest Size, OPv Sweet Juicy Poz Potatoes, 30 Pounds, Baking Powder Royal lb OLIVES Queens Quart COCOANUT Shredded 2 lbs MACKEREL White Fish... PRUNES 4 Pounds .... 39c 25c 25c 25c 25c 2 lbs 15C--MACARONI--2 lbs 15c Saturday Morning Sale TWO BIG SPECIALS From 8 o'clock Maryland We Are Going to 7 C Dozen, They Always Sell at 10 Cents Dozen. While They Last We Are Going to Sell Them At Doz CREAM PUFFS We Are Going to Place on Sale 300 Dozen Cream Puffs Which Always Sell at 20 Cents a Dozen. While They Last We Are Going to SeU Them At BOSTON PLUM BREAD (T Loaf , COOKIES Home Made OF 3 Dozen aiut 19, 21, 23 South Seventh Street, Allentown. TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS. At L3.Stw?h Experienced poultrymen know that the colony type of brooder is best because most economical and convenient; that hot water heat is superior to hot air because more uniform, humid, pleasant and healthful. At last we have a colony brooder combining economy and convenience with the safety and efficiency of the hot-water pipe system. You can't secure this combination elsewhere. Investigate the BLUE HEN COLONY BROODER Heated by hot-water pipe coilsj burns coal; self-feeding aT self-regulating, carefully and durably constructed; gives t best results; makes chiekraising a pleasure and insures profits Two sizes, for any number of chicks up to 1500. Sold under a clean-cut money-back guarantee. Made in two sizes, Ne. 5 capacity up to 500 chicks, price $30.00 -No .6 capacity up to 1500 chicks, $35.00. North Side Poultry Co., 343 N. 7th St. Allentowr Prompt Clean Service Is alwayi assured when you ample us to CLEAN YOUR WINDOW No Oust, no dirt, ve do it THE SANITARY WAY ALLENTOWN WINDOW CLEANING CO. !;o)l phone 1.144 Hsmilton ( Specials Seventh Street Shoulders lullV2G Pork Loin Roast Pound Fresh SAUSAGE Pound CHUCK ROAST Pound 14c 16c 14c C S S ID 14k Pork Roast 109n Pound J-- Stewing LAMB OKp 1 Pr.,.r.r1 UOKy STEAKS Choice 1C Cuts Pound.. . AUt' Mohican Qflc Creamery ulllb Imported SWISS CHEESE lb . . 33c APPLE BUTTER OK 1 P lm tUOy CHEESE Tasty Pound ....... 15c LARD-2 lbs 22c seil-eild DOZ 27ci GUARANTEED OYSTERS Quart. GRAPE f'HCTt Dozen 30c 10c! Half Bushel Basket, 30c RICE Broken 6 Pounds. . . . SAUER KRAUT 2 Quarts SARDINES In Oil 6 Cans. . . CORN and PEAS 3 Cans OAT FLAKES 7 Pounds. . . . Until 12 Noon TWO BIG SPECIALS Squares Place on Sale 200 7 BOSTON BAKED BEANS Pan CAKES 3 Layers Each 10c 15c Colony Broodei Hot Water Heat. 12P

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