The Daily Times from New Philadelphia, Ohio on November 14, 1919 · Page 4
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For the home-gathering at Thanksgiving— a Victrola No more delightful way to entertain can be found than with the music of the Victrola. There is a kind to suit the taste of every member of the family, every guest, every mood, whim, or fancy— from the masterpieces of opera interpreted by the world’s greatest artists to stirring bands by famous leaders, and the latest hits of vaudeville. Make your home resound with music this holiday season. Come in and select your Victrola—on convenient payments, if desired. . I,. . e r>i 2. V> e guarantee Colo’s Hot Bhst to tre I---, hnrd C03I for heating a given space than a;iy base burner made with same size fire pot. 3. We guarantee that the rooms ran he he-;--’ one to two hours each morning with the fuel put in the etove the evening: before. 4 W'e guarantee that the stove will held fi-> w;;h soft coal or hard coal from Saturday evening to M ot day morning. 5. We guarantee a uniform beat day and night w. h soft coal, oard coal or lignite. 6. W’e guarantee every stove to remain absolutely air tight as long as used. 7. W e guarantee the feed door to be snoLc and dust proof. 8. We guarantee the entl-puffing draft to prevent puffing. The above guarantee 13 made with the underhand- inp that the stove be operated according to directions, and connected up with a good flue. kCole7s Grsgmzi Hot Blast Mo. lit ■ ■■—— PXGEFOOR. FRIDAY, NOV. 14, 191!). BBS 2 1 -Xff&t rf 4, tsT '• ;** 4 \ > f . For the next Ten days we will feature Bfibv Carriages, Sulkies, Strollers and Callapsible Go C arts, and as they are all specially priced it will pay you to select one of the new models which we have on display, giving you the newest in comfort qualities and the latest in style. $.€)A QC This Carriage will make t])wT.i/J Baby’s Trips a Delight Q iJ We have this Number In Limited Supply Everything in this carriage from the reed which the body and hood are built to the improved foot brake is as perfect as modern carriage construction can produce. The rubber tires, artillery wheels and other patented features makes riding smooth and easy. Extra quality springs. $37.50 carriages, Sale Price . . .$24.95 $53.50 Carriages, Sale Price . . . .$42.00 $21.00 Go Cart Sale Price . . . $14.45 Also a beautiful line of rhc famous Kumfy Kab line of sulkies, strollers, and carriages. Your satisfaction guaranteed on every purchase you make. It is no longer possible for us to buy carriages of this quality and sell them at the above price; however, we are closing out the few that remain on our floor at a figure that is little above the present wholesale cost. They are made of fibre reed and are designed to give a maximum of comfort. e Go These values will not be duplicated anywhere,, come and be convinced, for baby, the collapsible feature makes them wonderfull y convenient. No. 177 Go Cart, heavy rubber tires, ^ . leatherette hoods, brown and black ... heavy rubber tires, a beautiful cart. No. 158 Go Cart, leatherette top, heavy rubber tires, very stylish. Reg- ^ ular value $19.50. Sale Price $13.70. Advance Christmas Sale of They are easv riding and comfortable There is a great shortage of doll carriages lor the Christmas trade. We bought our supply over a year ago, and own them at a much lower price than the present market value. ! hey are now on sale, don t be disappointed, secure vours now; we have over one hundred in stock, they are not the racket store variety, but welt built stylish carriages, made just as good as the big ones, priced from $2.85 to $20.00. SALE PRICE $15.50. FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES, BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS. 123 South Broadway, NEW PHILADE SOCIETY No. 171 Go Cart, leatherette top good rubber tires, a wonderful bargain. Rgular value $15.00. Sale Price $9.95. No. 153 Go Cart, leathertte top, heavy rubber tires, a good serviceable cart. Regular value $17.50. Sale Price $12.35. No. 250, this is a neat well made cart, good material ana a real bargain. R {Hilar value $22.00. Sale Price $15.75. Carriages Lst Us Hand You This Bag of Money —It Represents the Big Saving in Fuel You Can Hot Make With Col Blast in Your Hems OUR GUARANTEE * 1. W p eruarantt'f a savin" cf one third ?n f-ipl o--:r any lower draft stove of the same size, with soli coal, lignite or slack. 2. We one SALE PRICE $2.85 PH I A, 0 Specials For Saturday Fioriad Oranges— first on the market; they’re sweet and juicy; finest yu ever eat, at a price that will surprise vou. We also received a nice line of grapefruit, the quality is fine and the price is low; large variety to select from. Price on Oranges per dozen .... 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c Grape Fruit 4 for 25c; 5 for 25c; and 10c each. Cottage cheese per pound ................................................15c Fresh Buttermilk per gallon.............................................20c Vegetables, Fndive, Leaf Lettuce, Parsley Horseradish, Turnips and everything else in season. Grocery specials— Soup Beans, per pound............ Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles, 3 pkgs. for . . . Aunt Jcmimrf Pancake, or Buckwheat Flour, pkg Moss Rose Pork and Beans. 3 cans . . . .’. . . . Mss Rose Pork and Bens, small size, 3 cans . . . Grandma’s White Laundry Soap, (3 bars................ Kirk's Flake Soap, 8 bars............................................. Fresh Pork Chops, per pound...................................... Fresh Sausage, per pound............................................. Fresh Oysters receved daily. P. SPERA, Prop, VOU BIG RESULTS TRY THE TIMES CLASSIE!) ADS I Oc 25 c 15c 40c 25c 35c 55c 35c 30c Scott-Wallace Nuptials. Mr. and' Mrs. J. E. Scott attended their daughter. Mary, at her marriage to Lee E. Wallace which took place Thursday afternoon at two o’clock at the Lutheran parsonage. Rev. J. F. Seebach read the service. The ring ceremony was used. Immediately after the ceremony the yourig couple left for a wedding trip in the East. The couple are quite well known and popular here and their marriage is no great surprise to their friends. Mrs. Wallace is very talented. She has an art studio in East High street. Mr. Wallace is the assistant manager of the Shaffer-Black Co. The newlyweds will return the first of next week. They have not decided where they will reside. Seese-Fox. The marriage of Mrs. Josephine Seese of Dover and Frank Fox of Youngstown, was solemnized Thursday noon at the Lutheran parsonage. Rev. J. F. Seebach officiated. The ring ceremony was used. Mrs. Fox has been working in Youngstown for some time. They will remain here a few days before return ing to Youngstown. Birth Announcement. Announcements have ibeen received here of the birth of a daughter. Eleanor Jane. November 12th to Prof. and Mrs. George S. Pierce of Cleveland. Mrs. Pierce was formerly, Miss Florence Farr, teacher of latin in the high school and Mr, Pierce was principal of the high school for several years. Maccnbee Rally. The Woman’s Benefit Association of the Maccabees held a Rally and Marathon meet in Newcomerstown, Nov. 12th. Over two hundred were present from New Philadelphia. Dennison and Uhrichsville. The display drill and ritualistic work was put on in a creditable manner. The flag service put on by New Philadelphia lodge, under the leadership of Cant. Beulah Shrler was a most beautiful sight with the guards of sixteen ladies carrying flags. % Uhrichsville and Dennison put on a fancy display drill. Mrs. Grace Carr with officers, guards and team dedicated the Newcomerstown alter. Dinner was served in the evening at the Central Hotel. Mrs. Nellie C. V’. Heppcrt. Great Commander, gave a talk on the busi ness of the association and the financial standing. Mrs. Heppert is a born loader. In fhe last campaign, the peace jubillee held at Port Huron, shelled all the states within her jurisdic | tion. Mrs. Catherine Schindler, district supervising officer, who has charge of this district, planned and arranged for the rally. She is also planning a rally to be held in Uhrichsville in the near future. Entertain at Parr Home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Burnside, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Frew. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hanhart wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gregson and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Parr at the Tatter’s home Wcdac day evening. The evening was spent in dancing and playing cards. A sumptuous lunch wars served. Camp Fire Girls. The Tatapoochan Camp Fire Girls met Thursday evening in the Tata poochen Camp in the rear of 23!) Wes Ray street. A ceremonial meeting was held and Beryl DeWalt was made a woodgather- er. Refreshments were served. College Club. The College Club will meet at the home of Miss Frances Myer, East avenue. Saturday evening. Entertain Friends. Miss Veneta Robson pleasantly on tertalned twenty-eight iyittae friendf and members of her Sunday school class at her home in South Third street, Thursday evening. Music by Benton Taylor, games and a delicious lunch featured the evening I Missionary Society. The Lucv Webb Hayes Circle will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Wendell Renncckcr, North Fifth street. « i Flcr-Dc-Lis Club. .Mrs. \Krnd Bingham. Turearawru avenue entertained the Fior De-Lis [Club at her home Thursday evening The evening was pleasantly spent j sewing. Dainty refreshments wen served by the hostess. Lieut. Fribley Honored. For the pleasure of I.icut. G. ( Fribley, who recently returned from Siberia after four years’ absence, ' thirty friends and neighbors called at [the home of his grandmother, Mr;, j Margaret Custer with well filled baskets. Thursday evening. I After a sumptuous six o’clock din| ncr the guests were entertained by the tales of Lieut. Friblcy’s cxperi- j ences in Siberia and while he was j hold captive by the Reds. iTuscarora Club. I Mrs. Anna Gray was hostess to tht I Tuscarora club members Thursday evening. Seventeen members responded to roll call. Mrs. LePage had the paper of the evening entitled, “Over the Wire.” Mrs. Edna McGienaau gave a select Let the Shopper How often do we pause before a shop window, see something we want, go into the store to purchase, and then find that th article, when we get it home, does not appear the same as when it was on display1 We have been*cheated by the light in the window. —Yellow light which made the colors untrue. —Dim light which hid the value. v —Glaring light which blinded us and prevented our seeing the exact quality of the article. To overcome these faults the modern, progressive merchants of Dover are installing the wondeful new MAZDA DAYLIGHT LAMPS f Patronize the merchants whovuse them. For these merchants are anxious for the public to know the truth about their goods. The Ohio Service Company reading. “Let Ur. Do for Our Own.” A communication in regard to school nurse campaign which is to be carried on from November 19th to 22nd. was read. Mrs. O. J. Demutli will entertain the club next Thursday. Mrs. Donald Gray was the only guest of the club. VER PLANNED j. E, REEVES GIVES $200 FOR THE OOVER I ML C. A. J. E. Reeves, Dover banker and manufacturer, gave $200 lor the Y. M. C. A. G. A. Weinig. Oliver Tourney, Al. H. Reeves and J. A. Krantz, each gave $100, Thursday. Twenty Dover business and prole, sional men (interested in hearing i. the objects of the Rot a nanism. re< ently heard two members of New Phi adelphia Rotary Club explain how t organize a Rotary Club in Dover. While no steps have been taken t form a Dover “Roto” the men wh heard its principles explained, are i a receptive mood. It is said that the larger per ecu of Dover’s business and profession:' men, would consider joining the oi ganizaMon. S, Of V. ATTENTION Meeting tonight, smoker. Initiation and Subscribe for The Daily Tiruea, C. W. Espicii, Secy,

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