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TBB DAILY BBWB, FMDUUUK, mo, 8ATOTSDAT, DECEMBER 19, 1931. i RADIO iCampUed 67 United Feature eroSJeatej SAXCBDAT. DECEXBEB 1) SATTKDAI'S BEST FKAICSES I*sror Or.-- WBA* Network Goldbert*-- WBAF Network Clir» La * Cm-- WJZ Network r»=l WhfttmM-- WJZ Keivork Sfcsv Coat-- WABC d-- \VABC . , et SCjTRACT Ci« tear :oi Ceslr*! Ss=tf.ir= Time (EASTERN STATIONS) WEAL. B.%1.TIJSOKE-- SSJ-- 1*» k. f."2 6 OM 15. £ :S-7 i?. 7 «-S OC S 389 00: S 33-10 15. 10 30-11; 11 30-iS t-!1 ^aaio Urj^i $ CO-- Ceramets 0 ;5-- C;s:en IS 09-- ilK:sera£ers VVBZA. BOSTON. u« WEI. SlKLSGiUJ-D-- 3SS-- 39* fc. r-2 8 '5-7 10. " *5-S OC. » iO-10 45 S ··cfcc-ys Or i: CO-- Sports; Oi L£l. BOSTON-- S«a -- SS8 t. rr . is-6 330; ~ jo-i ts. s j»-n ». j /-c«Ci«s. News. U3SN. BIKFAU) -- SS3.1-- 9«« * IE' 5 7 5-S CC. * 30-11 M « .-- NrWi e -'. Or-h. 11:00 -- Vartet^s. Or WGB. BCiTiLO-- J5-- i5« k, F\BC. O-2C-* £3. " 0-7.3C, . 43-9 CO e M-- VJIsge, Spares V 33-- "r.c Sasi s 19-- Steeir-eaiit: Pa=J.» Tsii J Ci-- ilKEsnes: Ds=ee Ors. WLW. CtNCtXSATl-- 135-- 7»0 k. Cj2 6 *S-T-15. S 30-9 OC: S SO- 10:00 e , -s -o---- c=i-.:er. Oicfc. er, Or : Fo^?s S C " --Sports. Vszj CUE;? a 73--Dooi"rss«. Dsrce Ors. IVH. CLEVELAND--S15.7--1S98 *. FABC- 7 15-7 3t. 7 -S5-9 55: U 15-11 30 6 00--Viige. Kussry 5: 7.C3--Barter. Msisc. Cr tl co -RI.SM---tc^. Orcu. !2 '0--Rrq-n: Or. M TAM CLE\ tLAM--tSO-«--1»79 RTEAF 6 Oj-7 CO. 7 35-S 00. i jr 7 W--GlU» O- « OO--Road' tl o;--Sporu. Slttce. Pliy*rs. Or.: Sc=? WXYZ. DETBOIT--S1J-9--«10 *- WABC" 6.30. K 00 6 OO--News. \;U3se KJB. DETROIT--W6--7SO 91-JZ 11 :.- Reporter 1 CO-- Dance Or 1YKJ. DETKOrt--S±C--32tt WEAF- ~ I3-S 03. S 30-11 OC: 12 00--.00 6 SO--This i- Test. Scu:!a: EducsUoaa- WTIC. HAKTFOEB--135--«SO k. WE.VF 1 00-1:00 · (VOK. NEWARK--«23--TIB K. g OO--3=c!e Doc: Sports: Oaccs Or. 7 '5--Go'.dtn. Bersers Or. g £~ symphony. BrD^is, Wood Or. 10 ", aj'nirre':. G'ce rro:u?r 11 , _Fe!;o3's A: \voo-lwortb Dance Ors- ITEAF. SEW SO2S--tSS--«0 6 CO--Sap:re Room Or-: H- 'bi-ie 6.45--iir. Bose Ca. 7.15--Laws ol Soci«v: Old Such 7-4,--GoMbercs: Concert 5 30--Couscii on Educi-on. Pryor Or 9 30--Allies Clark Jt Or : Dacce Hour 11 00--Manon Harris 11 :s--Crawlord: Va!!w; Kirtery 12-C5--CoO=-Sa=dcrs Or. WJZ. NEW IORK--393--.SO *. 6 CO- Ea!s-as Jimor: Ear! GUber; 6 33__pcrKss; Lowell TSOTIIS I ^ 00--A=os 'c Acdy: Jesters I 7:33-- Eatcnas's Or : HoUrsoex! 8:03--Sketch: Dace* Opera 9 (P--Opera; Story: Co.u^iSo; oslt · 10 :J c.4ra-L3-E=. ^ar=:o2? 1! C3-Saz=ber Muse. Song' Pat^e 11 4 - -O'saa: Bailey. TCtiteniaa Or. WABC! NEW EORK-ws--«so *- 6.00--Arthcr JarreK: Orch: BosweU 7-00--Washington Kews; Bing Crosty 7:20--Heis Dumi, Do-wney Wen? ·:00--stoop. xute * ; tim', ».»-V«rStyL TI..Z '*'** C1 ** 9 JO--HWpot * Lambert: 10:00--foeam; Show Boat i:«0--Orcb.: Miller. BtiMee Oza. ' *t!5 Oly^p ft T iHffi^^r*JT CHr H Montr: Cteb ds BUB On. WCAU. ranjuaaLMnn rx ...m» k. WABC: 6 43-4-OO; S 15-4:45; S«0-»JO; '·ii; ii-is-i-oa 6 00--Krws: Sports- B=slcas ! 00--Party. 8 «5--Viricty; Feat. 1 OO--Ortb. U «S--Orcaa KEKA. rrrrSBCBGH--CM--SM k. !Z- « 45-7 30. "-·»S-9 OB; ».3o-ie «; 10 30-11 OO C OO--News: Success 9 O9--Chronicles 0 £0--Sara Dance 11^)0--Teaberry Explorers WCAE. PlTTSBfKCB--I13J--1=« k. l-EAP. 6 OO-7 15; -J-JS-U-IS: !!:3»-U.OO 7 15--sicsicaie II 09--Teaor WHAM. ROCHESTER--m.7--US» k. VIJZ: 5 «S-7 30: 7:45-11X10 6-30--Sk-jltcty's Or. i.JO-sJensen Or. 1 OO--Orci.: Cavaliers KG'-. SCHEXECIADT--3S»--1M k. WEAF 7 0«-7 15; 7 JO-S OO. 338-11:13; 11 «-s2 00 « OO-- Mi.es Tno ' IS--McCll=tock i i5--Orctestras CKGW. TOKO.VTO--SS7--(M k. WJZ: 7-7:15: S-33-9:JO: 10-19:30 iVEAK e-15-« S9: 9:3!-10 (WESTKK-N- STATIONS) EST--Sl'BTSACT 1 Hoar for CrotraU KYW CHICAGO--«M.l--US* k. WEA?. 8 38-9-JO WJZ: 7.45-S.OO. 9.10-10 \0»--Or.: Sports *-oo--Ors.; Femu. 10 00--Plyea Kewst State St. Or. 1Q. CHICAGO--MS--«T« k 45-S'OO: 8.39-S.OO: iOXO-ll WEAP: 9.30-:0:00 1 CO--SS^Jpy; Feats,: Sports: Orcb. -0 45^iietodT; Acos-AaidT; T*vyr*M _1 3C--Doctors: YiilM^e WCNB ad WLS. CHICAGO--315--«T» k. WJZ 6 15-7 00. 8 00-9 30; WEAF 6 06-6 15: "-OO-« OO: 1C OO-ll-OO .1 00-- AE=os-Andy 11.3O--Orchestras WCFL. CHICAGO--Sft--97» k. 1:15-- Variety. Or: Radia Tony 9-10--Piarjo; Balleiln; Ors.: ~ WHAS. LOCISV1LLE--366--K» k. WEAF. S 3O-9 30; 10 00-11 »» WJ2 S-3-3O 6 00--Xiaas Party e 30--Paoi Jerry; Ahl: Sbeiton Or. 7-45--T!J3=as S:3O--fjnurrT.y 11 CO-- Ames-Andy: Featore: Orchs, 1VTMJ. MILWAUKEE--1M--C« k. WEAF- 7 SC-7 45; 8-30-9: 10-11 WJZ: 8 OO-S.30; S:00-10:OO -.00--Soon 11:00--Asu»-Aadj 11:15--Orchestras WOW, OMAHA--509--500 k. WEAF. 6-30-6.45; 7-7:30; 1:30-1130: T:30--VIoUa: Quartet; Orch. KMO.X ST. 1X)C1S--ITil--I09B k. WABC 7 OO-7 15; 7 45-*:39; 8 45-9:00 10 15-11:15 7:15--Success: Sports: Variety 10:00--Beauties: FJrers; Sosgs; Orcbs, SrNDAT, DECEKBEK St SUNDAI'S BEST FEATtTttES Seta Parker-- WEAP Network Barbara Wayne--WJZ Ketowrfc Jeue Crawford--WEAF Kerrork Choreb ol Air--WABC -Jet-cork Sea Kamacee--WABC NetwaTk The Ganebes--WABC Network (EASTEJtN STAHOXS tor Central (SST-- SUBTRACT 1 HOST Standard Time) WBAL. BALTIMOM-3**-- 7W WJZ 7:30-12:00 WBES. BUFFALO-- SS3.1-- 9i» WEAP- 5:30-7: 7:15-8; 9:15-11:15 7:00-- Parts 9:OO-- Feature 1TGR. BUFFALO-- 515-- S5« k. WABC: s-630: 7-10: ll-» 10:00 -- White Crescent Quartet WXW. CINCINNATI-- 1±S-- 7O9 WJZ: 6M5-7: 7:30-10:15 6-CO -- nsercplojnient: Ctauer 7:00 -- Orca 10:15-- JEipress: Variety 11-30-- SS-xn River 13:00- Thels Or WHBL. Ct^VELANT*-- :i5.7-1390 t WABC: 7:30-8:15; 8:*5-10:3O: 11-U:M Trappers: Ftatura ·:1S-- Cbronlfi-5 10 J»-- Doom Book t Or.: Dance OCTKOtX-- MLS-- tSM k. «:00-- Lela 1:06-- Town Talk 18:OO-- K. et O. WJK DrrKOtT-- «·*-- 23* K. ·JZ: 6 OO-C-15: 45-7 15; 7 3C-7 45; 11-OO-13 08 W-. 15-- Halt Hour »:OO-- Daco. oc. WT1C. BAKTFOAO-- ««J-- tM9 k. WEAP: 7 33-9 OO 9:C«-- SUcrs Or.: Slnsfn: Or. 0:15 -- Orch.: Ereo Sccj: M»ic«ps WOB. NEWARK-- 4iX--71» «. 6:00 -- L'ccie Doix CUoix Trotur «:*5-- Coscert Or.: Choir Icnszbi* ( O»-- Esseae: Sobei 9 4S -- Stocataaieers. Virteties crioes^ Aloocbeassa NEW 1OKK -- LU-- 6W k. Hoar: Socss ia.l Or. 7.15-- Serae. c:»b. Cantur 9*30 -- Our Gcrercriesit 0.15-- Or»tora Soc:et 9 45-- Sets Parker. Ktrberr .1 JO-- Jesse Crajrfort; ?c=f s Or. WJZ. NEW 1OKK-- SS--7O k. 6 OO-- Ralslar Ju^or. '.Yijf.cs. v; 'Vimt ! iS -- Barbara Wayne' S'.ut«. Or . Trto 7-S»-- SaKrrs. Uiirt Q't: Sp*c:a. Hour 9 15-- Stzj: Party. s:u=rer Jiusc ID 15-- Ttnller: Mr.etoeU-Hedses: violla 1.3O-- So=e* Patter. g^v-r» -S.«0-- Trjeis Or, WABC. NEW TOKK-- S»-- «·» k. !:SO-- CBarci: ol A3z 630-- Dii^es T.30 -- JuU.-s K:c; Cbarile 4 Oscar »-30-- SCK-:» Or . M««ICA tai · 15 -- Seraniden. Patrl; 2C3CT 9-3O-- Sea Rjmtr.rfs; Hopper :o:IO-- Hutfcesca; Caccbos I1:3O-- BerSK Ducbja Ors : Soetom* WCAt'. raiLAOELTBIA-- SS»-- U7» k. WASC: C 30-7 00. 7 15-8 OO; 8 45-9 00; 938-10-30; !I:1V1.00 7:OO-- Rerce 9.0O-- Trappen WUT. rHOADEUMUA-- S3S-- SC* k. WSAFt 8 OO-« 38. 7.15-900 6.30 -- Concert Or. KOELA. m-rsSCRGB-- «»»--»»· k. WJZ. 7 00-7 15. 7 30-11 00; iriS-13 OO 6-O5-- Sport: Players: Renew WCAE. P1TTSBCKGH-- I15JI -- KS» k. WEAF: 6 OO-7 !S. 7 30-9 00. 9 15-1! IS: 11 30-11 00 7.15-- Rer:e« 9 08-- Psarso Recital WGY. SCHENECTAOY-- 3»»-- 7»« k. WEAF: 6 OO-12 00 WHAM. ROCHESTER-- =S*.7-- 115« k. WJZ- 6 00-« 3O: 7 15-9.15: 9 45-11 00 6:30-- Foru= :MeeUcai ».15-- Batao«er» t WESTERN STATIOXStll CEST-- SC8TRACT 1 Hour lor Cestrml Stinkard Tissel KTW. CHICAGO-- S94-I-- MSB k. WEAP: 1 0 4 5 - 1 1 1 5 WJZ 7 30-10-15 11:15 -- Stl« S: Sews; Janes Ors. WMAQ. CHICAGO. -- »W -- E70 fc. 7 JO -- Chroaic:«,. Orcn.; K±co S-3O -- C!tu Quan. 10:45 -- Or : Sandy; Or : Your Hr. WENK and WLS CHICAGO-- Mi -- S7» k. WJZ" 10-45-11-30: 12.0O-l:OO WSAP: 6:00-10 15: 11 30-11 00 WCFX. CHICAGO-- SOS-- »7« k. 1:00-- German Hr : Irtsli Hr. 9:00-- Peat.: Mmic: Roune-Cp: Or. WOC. DAVENPORT, twl WHO. DES MOISES-- »3-S-- 1008 k. WSAP- 6-7. 7 30-3: 3 15-11 15: ll'45-U WHA1. 1_O'"1S\'IU-E-- 1C*-- 810 k. WSAP: 8-15-3 CO. 10 55-11 15 WJZ: 7 15-S :i 6-00 -- Spor-s H-r-- onles i'OO -- Orens. 9.15-- F;^: : ·-: r'e: 11:15-- Dreir~ ir- n WTJIJ. .-.!!... TiLSEE-- a:-- «sa k. WEAP 7 1-- " -w S 15-3 00. J-30-9:*5: 10 -is-:: is WJZ: 7 SC-7 li. 7 35-3 CO 8:00-- Soags 9.00-- Maaltowoe 9:45 -- Chronicles WO1T. OMAHA-- COS -- 3OO k. WKAP 2 00-12-00 6--3O -- Symaaosy KMOX. ST. tOCTS-^173.1-1090 k. WABC: 7 15-8:15; 8.45-10 00: 10:3011:30; 12JO-1-OO 7:00 -- Success: Sporu 8:15-- Stnns Or 11:30-- Flyers; O»- (U.F-S-) MEETING HELD State Chairman Confers With County Organization. ToWedTibbett? IWORK is OUTLINED! J. Shriver, Be-: Air. [ ol the ceitbralioQ. routes and j houses cot5irtii«««. of tlie Mar-:anI | Comnussion Sor the celebration of the ' bicentennial annersary of the birth , of George Washington, addressed the | ; Fredenck county comcuttetr. »hich he j reeenUy appointed a the Blue and Grey room of the Francis Scott Key ' Hotel Friday evening. At the conclu- i of his remarks the committee Grand will meet again ai the *»"· erand caU of the present, rrlends say Mr. Shr.ver outlined the «ork of the Burgarc a. !xal committee. «hlch Includes «cur- , cruelty. :rt£ onforraatjon relative to the visits \ of \rashi3gton W Fredencfc county. Mr. and Mr§. Bdg»r S. McCudell. Albert S. Brown. M»yor E!m« P Munshower. Holmes D. Baker, Junes H. OaabrlU, Jr.. J«n« H. Oambrttl, 3d_ L*«1» A. Rice. Dr. William Crawford Johnson, Frederick W. Harwell. W- vtird S. Delaplaine. Ferdlrumd Latrob*. Chester O. Clem. Joseph Umer. WU- liam J. Grow. J. C. BleSl. George I*. r and H. Noel Halier. ed German stand. German naval warfare accounted for the loss of 14 English snipe. aB over 1,600 tons, during the week eodms Dec. 19. PUr Pmcotcd. A large and cuthusasuc audience atu'-iciwl the presentation of "Zippy." s play of gang Me given by students of 12 high jclxx! in the high · auditorium Thursdaj :.:gbt. · Th- play »as coached by MJSS FlosKe Can: a nvember of the faculty. Out- i performances «ere con:rJut- j bv Ertua sveadner. Paul loaf., : Nlcodrsnu*. Ward Grabll!. Daniel j McCsna and Ruth Duddera Members j of the cast »ere. CXlen Eyler. Erma J SMeadr.er. Paul Long. IfS.se Nicodernus. j Jo!:i Greene. Ward GrabiU. Daniel , Mv*Cann. Ruth Duuders Jear.ette Diehl.. Lev-::ore Sparrow. Elizabeth Nicosleinu*. Sarah Roystoc. J I FRENCH SOCIALISTS' PLEA. On Dec. 19. 1917. the Socialist group of the French Chamber of Deputies ffM a long open letter to fellow J SoclaUftf in Russia as »hlch a plea j was made that Russian revolutionists ' relrain from makk^ a separate peace · w.tn Germany. It -was pointed out tocracy and br:ns about s iixwrai cis- j astfr for which socialism wauld be to I Take. . . Greenawalt's Dandelion Liy^r Disks (or Toor Urn's Sake 25c Mrs. Jennie Burgard. San Frauc^co sll marry Lawrence Tib- opera and auUe star, her She divorced Jjhn Clark Ker.o recently, chargi. i Say you sa=f it In The New*. | GCCTal Barrai:. »ho Jiad beea m j command of '.h; a:hes *ni-eA at J SaSonJti. was recalled and GT.eral j Gu:Uauruat was ff".t to the fror;» t«.» re, :ie\e h:m . Hea\v fight^is broke out on the Italian front, »sth the Teutons Sturm| ing Moi:s* Asolone Italians, vug-.Kg J a concentrated attack nist ol Monte ' Sobreto. »eje repulsed by a determai- OP COMP. SYRUP MULLEIN For Cooghs sod Colds 25c and 50c At Yoor Ometist'* or S. Maulsby, secretary, and Prcf. Igna- He quoted from Washirigton's da:ry !a , wbicn the later spoke of the "upper ; tins Bjor*. treasurer. -oad" he tooi Jroaa M:. V«rww to | Ir.terest.us remarks P"ilade3phia. This road led through Georgetown. Urbaca. Frederick asd New Midway Reference was made to Cookery's tkvem in the New Midway 'ieighborbood now occupied by a family, it *T»S stated, by the =ame of »ere made by Dr. Joseph H. Apple, president of Hood College: Mas O:t. Edgar S MoCardell. James H. Gambrlll. J r . and Will am J Gro\e. Mr Shr;\er ^avd that toe Federal government had approprjited S'00,000 to stage Use bicentennnial ana, a s o r s a · . . home, another stop- | and Pennsylvaca ha\c a!so made sub- Father of his Coun- . stanUal appropr'atloris. Rep. Bloom. Th*e -*ho Stover, where Washington stopped. | celebration and that the District of Mr Shriver also referred to Peter's · Columbia, in addition, had appropriat- iavern. near Urbana, a short distance · ed S100.000. The states of New York from the Tabler p'ng place of the -- -- , try. The speaker stressed the historic | New York, is cna rrnan of Federal ce:e- !ore of FrederlcS: county and requested i bratioa cornm:tMc. the committee members to look up old ! tended the meeting. records that may contain information ; Miss Ann R Potts. Mrs. IcU M Mar- relative to trips made by Washington" ey. Mrs. France H. M-irkeU, Mr* Jihn j to Frederick county and places he stop- ', Francis Smith. Mrs. Elmer E. DKon. ped. Mr. Shriver" stated that he was ; Mrs Clasgett E. Ranvburg. Mr? Char' anxious to ascertain information con; !es Price. Mrs. ESear.or H. Tul!. Miss I cem'ng the horae of Rtehard Potts and | Kolb. Mrs Charles W Revs. 3d. Mrs Governor Thomas Johnson. j J- P- Felser. Miss Hal i The local committee then organized Miss Mary CasUe Ott. ! by electing David C. Wsnebrenner. 3d. Storm. Irving M. Lar.dauer. Dr josep-i l Secretary of State, president: Miss . H. Apple. John S. Horshty. Prof. A. U^ T Oit. Will am M. , Maty c. Ott. vice-president; M-'ss Mary I Learj% T. Px:e J^nes. John A L Shires. 11 TOYS lift %% m^ %^ %^ ' «*AJ-COCHHAM-- PICTURES ^X FIREMEN CALLED OUT PatUe With Smoke At Farm Bureau Co-Operative Warehouse. Aiil of Frederick Sra Sghtang equipment responded to a. general alarm about 7:45 o'clock Friday night at the . warehouse of the Farm Bureau Go! Operative Association on East South IsEreet, formerly owned bv Thomas and Co. The buart:ng was enveloped in dense smoke, but Sremen were unable to locate any flames. The Oniteds trained water from a booster tank on the floor, "while the Independents searched ihe cellar for the or gin of the smoke. The suppositajn is that an overheated furnace set fire to wood strewn about the cellar. The damage was slight. A large crowd was attracted to ths scene. Fredericktontaas were startled about 3:15 o'clock Friday afternoon when the siren on the Junior engine house sounded. The firemen wers testing tbe instrument- GAMES 8! 1! ^ BEAD THE STORY. FHEN Soon coppy said, 'Tve tumbled some nd I can prove I'm no; so dumb. st me climb up on those big rings and ng around a b:^ 111 trait until the JOHSS are viro'J^^ and tiisn co "hat have to co. As locg as liev keep isiagiag I aaa sausSed to s.:." And so lie moneys S's-ang arourid rpon the rings. Dcrsra on :ho grourd he circus croivd seeded verr tnnlled at raoching thsjn. "Ts~as foul The big irass horn \ras bIo"K-n once more zo iii- iicate the act was o'er. A" of the mon- :eys then dropped to ihe 'sis =21, one by 136. Brave Coppr ran right o"t and cried. Ah! y~* aiy Sse sr^nts can be tried." grabbed tie rags ^=d sprung around they though: ae'd never halt- Ts-o lever vorns brought forth applause, nseri carce a. sadder: ^ir^l because he .ropped nzht COTTTI it 3 ths ix~. and snsed a so^ersauli He said, as he cra~Ied from the net. "That's ali oi n:? tricks you mU get." And ihen a great big elephant began to . szoro real loud. Its master cned, "His ! name ^ Jim. He indicates that lie's i in trim. 10 do a -.err clever act to please · rVn crrcus cro~d " j Tie master cracsed his whip and sa:d, "Come OT there, Jim, stand on -csir head!" The big fellow tried to. but be topplsa to his side. But soon I he performed Quite a treat by standing , on hs sr^o hind feet. "Who ·wants to | i ride upon ius trunk?" the SusdJy master " "Ob, I col I col" Cktray said. - Jusi help me gel up on lis head and then Tr.g'gp him siand up ^^in Pra no; afraid one bit!"" So, ·ifitb. smDe upon his face, wee Clowny shortly took irs place. He shouted to the others. | "It's a candy place to sii." l (To be coritintieQ). · 'Copyright. 1931. NSA Service, Inc.) J - Y O U R - / * CHRISTMAS vHOOVER/ needn't cost more than an ordinary uum c l e a n e r COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY Dennison's Tags, Seals, Cards and Wrapping Papers Conklin Fountain Pens and Pencils Eastman's Kodaks and Films Dolls and Doll Carts MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN PINE LINE OF BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY CRANE'S FINE BOXED STATIONERY STORM SHIPLEY THE BUSY CORNER ^ If Your Home Should Burn Tonight Would You Have to Stand The Loss? Or would you simply call your fire insurance company or agent and let them worry about its replacement? * Fire is just as uncontrollable .is death! What assurance have you that when the tire siren blows toniirht it will not be for a fire in your own home instead of your neighbor's garage or "barn? Safe Insurance with a Safe Company is the only Safe Protection. The tirst Fire Insurance Company in the United States, organized by Benjamin Franklin in 1752 at Philadelphia, is still doing business and is a Mutual Company. ' The record of Mutual Insurance is one of Progress--Saving--Service. Its progress is marked by a steady increase in strength and popular favor. It has saved vast sums of money to its polieyholders in reduction of excessive insurance rates. Ask Us to Tell You How We Can Save You Money pn Your Fire Insurance Costs--We Love to Tell Our Story! THE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. OF FREDEEICK COUNTY 114 NORTH MARKET STREET FREDERICK, MARYLAND "A HOME COMPANY for HOME INSURERS" ^S?e ! S«^*«^^ ' Traveling Set and Military Sets at -Price A special Late-Season purchase makes possible these real Christinas Savings. See these sets I Special Reductions on our Gladstone Bags -- English Kit Bags Ladies' Handbags -- Now S2.75 to $8.00 Ladies' Overnight or Week-End Cases Fitted or Unfitted. Men's Billfolds and Billfold Sets of the finest Leathers. Names ^tatsprf in gold on our Leather Goods Fre« Auto Eobes of Real Wool T A Y L O R ' S 14 South Market Street DOWN BALANCE MONTHIY i a K K K S K K K. K. a3i5^ Some people may hove rt» idea that there is on!y one Hoover. We therefore want yoo to know that there is a popular-priced mode! -- fhot offers the famous cleaning action which only a Hoover con give; Positive Agitation, and that costs you no more than yoo would pay for ordinary vacuum cleaning. it will pay you to see this araoz- ingiy efficient Hoover. Drop in and have a demonstration, liberal allowance for your old electric cleaner. if will be delivered in the specie! Christmas package illustrated The Rug Store 4 East Patrick Street Mnninix Bentz P ^^^«H»-^ f ersonncl The SERVICES of a BANK depend on t\vo things--its financial resources and its personnel. In both respects this bank excels: for our financial position is unassailable: and the staff is composed of efficient, courteous, conscientious persons, Farmers Mechanics I ^£ National Bank Frederick, Maryland 'The Bank of Personal Service" Christmas Giving Is An Old, Old Custom BUT - - - The modern shopper demands gifts that are new, attractive, different--yet practical. It is probably for this reason as well as the moderate prices that more and more people are Christmas shopping at * M S B ? Bennett's ·Sp- Open Evenings Till Christmas g

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