The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 17, 1939 · Page 5
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939. FIVE J. Curtiss Scott, an invalid, shown being carried by deputy sheriffs from a house at Mantau, N. J,, in which his mother and aged grandmother defied an eviction order for three weeks. The mother, Mrs. Mary J. Scott, walked out but the grandmother, who has been ill, also •wag carried out on. a stretcher. ATTORNEY ELECTED SEATTLE, Aug 1 . 17—The Knights of Columbus unanimously elected Francis P. Matthews, Omaha attorney, to head their organization for HAY FEVER Symptom RELIEF Start at once with powerful, rapid-fire PO-TAS-A-FRAS. Stop choking, gasping. Restore normal breathing. Dry up eyes and nose, bring comfort to swollen burning eyes. Return to normal living and sound sleep. Folks everywhere shout the praises of this successful medicine. Get efficient H A Y FEVER Symptom RELIEF quickly, easily, cheaply. Act at once. PO-TAS-A-FRAS recommended and *old here exclusively by Cauffman's Cut Rate Drug Store. Adv. the ensuing, year today. Matthews, president'of the Omaha Chamber of Commerce and Utilities •• Commission, succeeds Martin H. Carmpdy, Grand Rapids, Mich., as Supreme Knight. ; : ; • Detainer Served ^ By Deputy Sheriff Deputy Leister . Isanogle yesterday served a detainer on Glenn J. Kline, Smithsburg, Route 1, who is charged with unauthorized use oC the automobile of Ralph M. Baer, near Smithsburg. Kline was arrested Sunday by Chief of Police Floyd J. Maurer in Waynesboro on a charge of operating an automobile while under the influence of liquor. He was held under $500 bond yesterday for action of the September term of Franklin County Court. We Make Dreams Come True I T ISN'T easy, 18 it ... saving for that dream horn* ... skimping . . . denying yourself little luxuries ... waiting . . . while life . . . the full tide years keep rcrtlfng along? Take our advice. Don't wait. It isn't necessary, tlave your dream home furnishings now. Enjoy them now while they tnean *o much to your K happiness. •• ; How? Just come in and see us. We make dreams come true. This is no idle boast. We have actually done it for hundreds of other couples. They did not wait. Enjoy Lite Today, they are living in beautifully furnished homes. They are enjoying life . . . They arc entertaining friend* ... while they pay for their furniture. And do you know what it cost them to furnish their homes on our liberal payment plan? Just Vi of 1% per month! That means only five cents a month on a $10.00 purchase. So if you really want your dreams to come true, stop waiting. Marry the girl and start furnishing your home now. Costs Little! You'll need help of course . . . and that help will come from us. You pick out a house and •we'll furnish it... complete from kitchen to bedroom. Then you can pay us on terms so easy you'll never worry about the payments. Come in and let us show you how little it costs to have a home so comfortable, so convenient that your friendt will think it's furnished like a Model House, MEYERS & BERKSON 41 - 43 West Franklin St. — Opp, Post Office Accident Is Held To Be Unavoidable Greensburg, Pa./Aug. 17 (£>).—A coroner's jury decided Wednesday four men killed in the Laurel'Hill tunnel August 5 met their death as a result of 'shock and injuries received from falling rack as a result of unavodiable and unforeseen accident." The verdict was returned after 15 minutes deliberation following up a hearing wnich covered most of the day in which more than a score of witnesses testified. The witnesses agreed with Samuel W. Marshall .chief engineer of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, which is having the $61,000,000 Express highway built, that he considered the tunnel safe. Pinesburg, Aug. 12. Mr. TSmmert Martin is spending a few weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Addie Suffecool, of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Grove and children, Carl, Neil, Lorraine and Maurice, spent Sunday last with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Smith and son, Shippensburg.' Mrs. Emma Sweigert accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Sweigert to visit Mr. and Mrs. David Sweigert and family, H&wley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charlton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder and daughter, La Rue Ann, visited Mrs. Bruce Reid and daughter, Thelma, Marlowe, W. Va., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Charlton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Grove and family spent Sunday at Pen Mar. Mr. Earl Butts and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butts and daughter, Hagerstown, were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charlton. Little Bobby Martin is indisposed at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kirby and children, near Downsville; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hose and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hose, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Hose and family. Miss Marie James, Williamsport, spent Tuesday night with Miss Lorraine Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Obern Carbaugh and son, Roy, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cabaugh, Williamsport, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and MIT. Alton Gehr and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Bair spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bair and daughter. Mrs. J. C. Martin and son, Warren, Hagerstown, spent Saturday with Mrs. Annie Charlton and "LUNCH ROOMS A TAVERNS" Get our Prices on "BUTTERED POPCORN" By the C*n (IT TASTES DIFFERENT) CAUFFMAN'S Cut Rate STORE 30 East Washington Street daughters, Pearl and Mildred. Mr. David B. Hose, who has been seriously ill at his home, is slightly improved. • WHEN you lose something don't. lose track of this number—104. A classified ad-taker -will help you word an effectiva "Lost and Found" ad. 188 Pieces of Mahogany Reproductions Consisting of B«droom, I>lrbijr Reoor and Dining Room Piec«» ON DISPLAT 8HOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 837 — 777 — 622 A Real Bargain! ALL FOR 25 Jaded romm«- »ppetlt«. -will p«rk up ml the temptinr, mppctixinr luncheon. of tlil« THICK GLASS FRUIT REAMERS This Is a large size ream«r especially fine for oranges and just right for Jimes and lemons. With'handle, spout for pouring, and large reservoir. each SOc SPENCER MOULTON / ^TENNIS BALLS jf ••'-: 3 for 87c "•!*?• Pressure-packed, to keep them fresh and fast. Week-End Candy SPECIALS CLARKS BETTERSCOTCH CARAMELS C b i v r-rlch anil cremmr-ioft! In a detieloM t a I ter- •coteh f 1 a T • r. CHOCOLATE NONPAREILS Small « 11 c t »r smooth chocolate . . . covered trllh tiny sucar beads. A candy farorit*! T1 BRAZIL NUT FUDGE An Old-Fashioned Treat! Oreanr, v h • 1 ••am* fudjrn with a real homemade fl*Tor and rood- nes*. Topped with Brxzll nntj. Complete with cells SS 37c Now ... A N*w Low Price/ THIRM-A-JUCS f2M Value One-Gallon Capacity •jjjz^^gjji +M A* ^iwf^'^1*** S^Brty..^3.» _: r.| To Satisfy Between-Meal Hunger Drink Widmer's Concord GRAPE JUICE Westclox Big Ben Loud Alarm Clocks Th* fimott* Bl* BM 4»- »«fld*bilit7-, 1m » hftndsom »ew deilm clock! .Streamlined, in lostrm blbek with •framlnt nickel trtai. De*» kleasiar alarm. Uftnrer ••» bmck. FUin dial. Roll of 150 '°"' 18c 15c Simplex Window Shades with Rolltr 9Se Dundee Beach Towels NEW LOW PRICE*! ELECTRIC FANS $6.95 Westinghouse AC-DC.$3.29 (8-Inch Stationary) $4.95 Jack Frost De Luxe .. .$3.29 (S-Inch SUttonary) -^^ $6.96 Frosty-Aire ^/.$3.» 1 - ; (10-Inch SOc La Moderne 07 A 1= Hair Dressing. 01* 60o Drene /LQft Shampoo..... nl V SOc Frostilla Skin Lotion... 39* •SS 50e Frostilla E= Brushless Shave 39c Masso Tooth Brushes . . .. 23c Mety! fto •t»ne* rrtatrt t« EMT t* *«t. I»T* Noxacorn *5 O f lOc Ivory Soap Flakes, small. . 9c $1.10Angelus 7Q ft Lipstick I 5J y I 50c Mulsified Cocoa- j nut Oil «J P = Shampoo .... J J C 50c Glostora Hair Dressing C/«on Dental Platet Without Brtifhinx STERA- KLEEN It'i •••tor, • • * •• tk*r**fk ttiA> t r • • h I n r! G«ti fmli* teeth really elcM. 25c 77c the Time to Preserve and Pickle ,». = 25c Hind's Honey and Almond A4 * 1:= Cream 25c Thompson's Castile Soap 3 cakM 39c I 25c Barnard's Zinc Sterate 2 for 26c I 2Sc Prep Saving Cream tube 50c Mloret Brilliantine Ijiquld or Solid 37c CRACKER JACK Packafe 3" r lO' Delichtful nut-popcorn confection -with » toy or novcltr to each pacVngt*. $1 Lucrttia Vanderbilt P«rfum* SOc Barnard's Lilac Vegetal 29c 25c Hush Cream Deodorant PRESERVING KETTLES 14-Quart Size .. . ., .& When you TJM aluminum for your preservinr. you Icsten the possibiKty ol ncorchingr. Tou'li «s« tbU kellto for other larjr* cookinc taakj. too. CHOICE OF: Black Pepper, Ground Mustard, Ground Gincer, Chili Powder, Whole Mustard Seed, Celery Swd, Mixed Picklinf Spices, Ground Cinnamon, Stick Cinnamon, Ground Nut- met, Ground Allspice, or Ground Cloves. Weigh thm Ingrtdientt (• Obtain thm Bttt Rctalti HOUSEHOLD SCALES 98 Everr well-appointed kitchen needs a pair of these *calw. They sre accurate . . . ivciffh ui> 10 24 pounds . . . ar» *d- U. S. ROYAL PE-KOEDGE JAR RUBBERS 2 for 9e Taeted tod approved lor til known methods of canninr. Pe-ko-ccJce. Lip Schick Injector Blades, pk. 20 SOc Amolin Deodorant Powder ... 53c SMOTHERS PAIN CORNS SHED OFF $mfe Relief! JMI «»»ly » Htt K-Z wltk «*• BU rW. rain *••*. s«« *(f. E*ZKorn Rid Your Home of Roaches and Water Bugs Crack Shot Roach Death Shaker Can.. . Just sprinkle freely around the base board of th» floor -where th« Insects travel and very soon they will disappear. W« recommend Crack-Shot to anyone -who is bothered with these p«sta. 1 SAVE ON PIGN4T NEEDS 7TT »i"fw™ -^ Klcen Picnic Sets. /???:. 1 »€ (.\7-pUce *ervic« 'for ri*) f Kk«n Paper Platej., . . lOc (S-incA. jtackagf of IS) £•' Dixi«-Pak Paper Cupt. . JOt f Facto pt of SS) ' ..*%• Trophy Wooden Forks. . . 1 Oc (Package of :$) -j Trophy Wooden Spooni. . lOe (Package of Si) : «% „' TuKp Hot Drink Cupi.r.lCXe (PacfMO* of 12) '•&£%& Thrifty Wixeil Paper .^T.V J« -^tSO^-fpot roll) --+*i.~;~ Thttm ESSOWAX PARAFFIN WAX Quarter I*ut tbi» clean, pur» war on the topi of your Jellle* *nd preserve*, Uw It on the bottom o£ your iron, nl.io. t;« your Expvnsiv* Luffiagt, WEEK-IND CASK Tweed or Black Handsome ^lufeage that yon can ciirry anywhere. wSn made, with, waterproof Plex- tweeil coveriny, wbp'den frajnt mnd leather htnjjle. 31-inch cases, so'ylra h»v«'pl«ity of room. v?« ^,".-**^*- - ^^^ THRIFT BOX PEOPLES QUALITY 29c Bathing ft Rubbing Alcohol, pts. I5c 25c Aromatic Spirits Ammonia, 3-oz, !6c 39c Witch Hazel, pts. 23c I5c Epsom Salt, pound tin lOc IScBorated Ammonia Wittr, qf... 9c 25c Seidlilz Powders, 10's 9c 25c Peroxide, pts. $3.95 Knapp-Monarch Electric Travel Irons With Zipper Cat* ci_MV • THREE-DAY SUPER SPECIAL 1 SALEI •VVv^. 98c All Rubber Garden Hose At an Exceptional Low Sale Price!. ^ Today. Friday and Saturday ALL XUBBEJt t« rlvp excellent *frri«*. \i Inch In- 'a«r Aitmetcr t* rlT» » fvfl »nr»y . . . wit* br»»« <*«»!i*f »t each en4 for »44(nr extr* letiftlw. S»T« ^7 rctt'.r.r ys^r ntw tfnrinc tkin »Bl>tr-ii>«(»l

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