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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Friday, December 20, 1918
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Fin DAY,. Dj:CEIBEIl'20, 1918. THE WILKLJ- r - i 1 ' r i -, i mmmnmm rootwear , Makes the Most Sensible Gift Let's settle all gift problems to-day and settle them 'in the wisest manner. Nothing will meet the requirements for every member of the family like a gift oi Footwear from Walter's. Nothing will give better . service. ' Nowhere will you . find . variety and price, so suited to your needs and purse. - WOMEN'S FIELD M0U8I KID 8H0ES WITH CLOTH : ? UPPERS $9.00 'WOMEN'S BROWN KID S1 SH0E8, 11j00. ', ' WOMEN'8 GRAY KID SHOES MILITARY HEEL8, $10 i : WOMEN'8 8PAT8, $2.00 ; , MEN'8 PATENT OPERA V. - PUMPS, $6.00 . WOMEN'8 FELT ... . J JULIETTE8, $130 I . WOMEN'8 DE LUXE .' COMFY'8, $2.00 , KIDLET8' COM FYS. $1410 HIAWATHA INDIAN MOCCASINS, $2.60 ' TEMPERATURE The following ars the nlft-heat 1 and lowest temperatures for the twenty-four hours ending at J o'clock last evening: , : : H iflhest ..... i .... . . . . .'. ..... 43 Lowest : ...................... 25 BRIEF MENTION Weather Clear day. . . j, and crisp yester- New Cases of Influenza Fifty-two new cases of lnfluensa were reported to City Physician Clark yesterday. To Meet With College Trustees R. Kelson Bennett left yesterday for New York City to attend a meeting of the trustees of Wesleyan College. . 2,303 DIE IN EPIDEMIC Influenza Has Hit Luzerne County " Hard Sine October 1 - New Mill Operating The new sil mill of the :A. . I Storms Silk, Go. started operations yesterday lh the bulldlne- on Market . street, Kingston, formerly occupied by Piigh's Oarage, j and not the number of patients. many According- to flrures submitted yesterday at a meeting of the general committee appointed to combat the eptdemio, figures which were obtained from State records, Luzerne County ha had 2.896 deaths from Influenza and the attendant pneumonia since ocCl ';7::yr ' v ; ... 'T"--. TC"'." In Wllkes-Barre 346 homes are 'at present : housing influenza - patients, divided by wards as follows: First, 26; Second, 26; Third, 14; Fourth, 22; Fifth, 18; Sixth, 26; Seventh, -12; Kighth, 16; Ninth, 26; Tenth,. 25r Eleventh, 11; Twelfth, 2S; Thirteenth, 6; Fourteenth, it; Fifteenth, ,120; Sixteenth, 80. .These figures represent only the number " of homes affected In Sent to Retreat Henry Rowland. arrested Wednesday night, chargea with vagrancy, will be sent to He- J treat for three months, by order of TMaglstrato Brown Issued yesterday morning. 8lljht Fire on Carey Avenue Last night about 9 o'clock Are broke out In the home of W. W. Nicholson, 276 Carey avenue. A telephone call brought the fire company. The loss wa about $60. Held In $300 Ball At a hearing- before Magistrate Brown yesterday morning, two small boys living on Lynch lane, charged with entering a home on Park avenue and stealing a bank book containing $10, were held In $800 bail for Juvenile Court. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE A1 GIFT THAT CAN BE USED EVERY DAY Loose Leaf Memorandum , Engagement Books, Address Books . , . Shopping; List, Dairies ( v. Loose Leaf Recipe Books Card Index Recipe Outfit: Loose Leaf Diaries '( Gentlemen's Leather Goods Daily and Weekly,, Calendar Pads .! ADDEN'S STATIONERY STORES 96 S. Main St 66 Public Square Fined 11 and Ooets Charged with violation of the trafflo, ordlnancsandj j9dd0 Borough side of North Main street Wednesday afternoon, William Gregory of Hunts- vllle was fined fl and costa In ponce court yesterday morning. K. of C Unlt at Vlrton Friends of Thomas A. Galvln, a member of the local Knights of Columbus Ambulaoe Unit, have received cards stating thai the local unit is at Vlrton. Belgium. .Vlrton Is Just across the French bor der, directly north or Verdun. : Sara. H. J. Prloe Ssfe Mrs. EHlsa beth price of 216 Bambourne street has i received word frtm her son, Sergt Harold X. Price, that he Is well and aafe. Sergt Price some time ago was reported as missing In action. He Is with the Motor Transport Corps D France. . , . ' , i Fllllno In Franta Wot The Grants buildln? nlota on Old River Road. near Carey avenue, are being rapidly filled In with ashes and brought to grade. Horton street . ash dump also is showing signs of Improvement along the same line , , , ' Instances the patients are as many as six In a house. The record of deaths In the county ! since Oct. 1 Is as follows, - according to ne Btate records, aitnough tnese records do not in some Instances agree with record which are kept by authorities of several of the smaller municipalities in the valley. ; ; Deaths from Influents, Luzerne County, Oct. 1, 1918, up to and including Deo.. I8r ; - Ashley Borough 8 Fairvlew Township 8 Avoea Borough . 26 Courtdale Borough ........ 8 Conyngham ... .'i Dorranceton . Borough, ' Including wesimoor .... Duryea Borough Kdwardsville - Borough ........... Forty Fort Borough ..,......... Freeland Borough . . . ............. Hughestown Borough HOLD UP POSTMASTER tulo Men, Stage, Wild West Scene in , Avery "Store at Alderson MARRIAGE LICENSES Clay Stanley Kinney ,. Ida TerwHUger uftiwa unuus ! ifinnlan Jdllryl ..Kemper, Til. Wyoming .........X-lClBXOn Plttston Announcements . A special meeting of all members of St. Theresa's Councils called for this evening to take action on the death of its chatplaln. Rev. P. J. McManus. St. Clement's Guild will hold its monthly bake sale to-day from 1 to I in -the neighborhood house.; Home made bread, , cakes, plea and candy will be sold by the King's Daughters of . Memorial Presbyterian Church to-day, beginning at 10 sunu. in the Schooley building,, IT North Franklin street, All members of St' Theresa's Council, C. W. B. L., who have not paid December's assessments and dues will report at Lady of Victory House to-nlht, as the books must be audited up to closing of year 1918. Supreme auditor is to come and inspect books of all councils before Jan. 1. , ; KIT Vu'oen Plant Vnlargea Yard The last dwelling on tns property or tne Vulcan-Iron Works. Horton street, op posite Regent, has been rased, and the plot is . being1 Inclosed to give more yardage, which now extends from the plant to within a few yards of Barney street. . ' Call to Soldiers and 8aTTor TJnl formed men of St. Mary's oongrega-tlon, in the . army or naval servloe, who have returned homl are I quested to meet at 2 o'clock on Satur day at Knights of Columbus Hall to take up the question of a guaxtf Of nonor ror tne funeral or IJean Mo Manus. . . , Ostrich "arm Sold The Hem ostrich farm has been sold to WIlMam K. Creasy, son of "Farmer" Creasy of catawissa, for 810,4)00. Twer ostriches still remain as the prupity or the creditors of the ostrloh farm. Mr. creasy will tin ' the soil In tho good old fashioned way In having the acreage yieia its fruit and grain. , t i i Jt will pay you to visit the largest and most com- fc plete -JEWELRY W STORE in the, val- M ley., f Where prices are right ii and oualitv' cuaraTitepd vt Suitable Xmas Gifts in DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS ' 4 -SILVERWARE IVOROYD GOODS ' COAL NOVELTIES The' Ushers Give Pay' to 109th- Tour-City Club ushered at Conoordla concert last evening. The money, amounting to $7, which they received from the temple manarement for ushering, ; was turned . over, to the Concordia fund or the 109th Christmas and . also '. checks amounting to tlS, recently collected by the club in Its campaign was given to the fund. The Late Mrs. Joseph Ney . : (Contributed) Mrs. Joseph Ney, aged H. one of the most pro ' nent young women of East Market street died. Tuesday evening at 10:15 after a brief illness of pneumonia. Though she suffered Intensely through her illness, she never complained. She was always considerate of the feelings of ' others, kind and thoughtful to a high degree, and In her death her husband lost a kind and loving wife, her children, a devoted mother, and her friends, one of the best companions that" could be selected. Mrs. Ney was born and raised in this city. She was a member of St Nicholas . German Catholic Church. Besides her husband and two children. Margaret and Harold, she is survived by her mother,' Mrs. Emma Kosek, of Cleveland, Ohio; one sister, Ruth, also' of Cleveland; Ohio, and three brothers, William Kosek, with the 28th Rainbow Division, in France; Harry and John, of this city. The funeral will be held from the home, 262 East Market street Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Death of James Cahalan . James, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cahalan, died at the home, 109 Sharpe street, Dorranceton, yesterday. The funeral will take place this after noon at 8 o'clock. Interment in St Mary's Cemetery at Hanover. . DEATHS o 85 121 14 80 . 7 18 Kingston Borough .......T. ...... 88 LarksviU4 Borough 82 Luzerne Borough ................. .. 44 Kingston' Township ..k.... 4 Pringle Township 14 Miner's Mills Borough . 40 Nantlooke Borough , .... . 290 Slooum Townships,. ,. , ......... :': 8 Hanover Township ,,, ...... 48 Newtport Township ..... 192 Nesoopeek I New Columbus Borough 4 Parsons Borough . 41 Plymouth Borough and Plymouth . Township ., II Shlokshlnny Borough ............ 28 Sugar Notch Borough .. ........ 28 Dorrance Township 4 Swoyervtlle Borough 81 Warrior Run. Borough ........... , IB West Hazleton Borough .......... West Plttston Borough .......... Exeter. Township West Wyoming Borough wnit naven Boroogh Wyoming1 Borough ........... ... . nasie Townsnip ,. ,.,.., , , , Butler Townahip Plttston, plttston Townsnip and Township 61 wilk Darw S4s .. . ' TotnttQ.'...U.iii..M.tww...: .2898 . ISSUES CALL FOR TOTS B8 58 ; 1 22 8 '80 888 11 Red Gross Undertake to Brine Christ mas Cheer to 1,500 Boys and Girls A omO ts belnc seat out by the Red Oroaa for toys of any or all kinds, wn ones, , raa onea, or Mu ones, bran new or used, any or u are wanwa. xnsce are aOout 1.800 oys ana nris in LuMrne County wOmmm Chrtotma wtU not b happy unless i,uo ocner . People uvUrea tnemoalives and provide a. OaMnu The workers at the Red Groan rooms at 11 South ItvaUla street will wel come rru of this aiod, and at 81 wm Mrke street there la a place to ail fh grocertea and Vegetables was oan be tiatflad In to-morrow and Saturday mernina for delivery by the irampertacion omtnittaa on Monday and Tuesday. " Charles P. Hont. who Is aotlna- as ohalrman of the Special Relief committee ,hae surronnAed herself wttlx oup.Me oomtnlttaesj and thi oorammeas are planning their wore in a most ad van tags ova manner. The oommlttee on purohasaa, Mrs. Harry n. asaaon, onamnan; Mr. Ivan Ma- honey, and Mm Harry Z Frenoh: rations. Charles P. Terry, chairman; Mrs. Anthony DonsjtieMv, and Miss Ellen Patterson t transportation, whloh BhaH have chare of the delivering of these Ohrisjtmaa gifts, Richard Tretha- way, ehalmani Join Uhl Francis Murray; noal orders, Mrs. Dorrance Reynolds! eknthlng, Mrs. Paul Sterl ing, ohadrman; Mien Jane Shoesaalcar and Mrs.- Ooorge H. Brown. , Lists are being turned in by the shalrmen of the various Red Cross auxiliaries of the local chapter. Tn formation Is also supplied by the Red Cross workers under the d traction o' Charles Trethaway and many more are being received by mall each day from other people who are interested, The Interest la keen, and this will in Itself Insure a comfortahle Christmas for many people which otherwise would fnot he. obtainable. ( v FALLS OUT OF MAIL CAR most for your t? money by purchasing at l this- & ii.irirniinrr. .1i ELER. I no CITV JEWEl Tt THE POSTOf riCE-JUSTaS StUABtd HOLLBNBACK-At Brooltlyn . 1918, Mrs. John Welles Hollenback, aged about TO. of pneumonia. , Y'ATTAT.A'W At '1W i M11 James Cahalan, infant son of Mr.' and . jira james canaian, , . , TOUNO In -Wllkes-Barre. Dec. 1. 191. Mrs. Alexander Young, aged 83, of , pneumonia. , BENSON In WIlkee-Barre,-Dec. 18, 1918, 4 iiizaoeLa u. jenson, aeq t, oc pneu-v a aTmvtraTrY. T -nmb-u-TiwA r ' .n 1918, Mrs. John Zaskowskl, aged 28, of Influenza. I GRATTON At' Parsons. Dec. 19. 1918. , William J. Gratton, aged 67, of compli- TASKEW1CE At Lee Park Dec; 18.1918. Stanley Taskewicz, aged 36, of pneu- DT'DEK At Nantlcoke. Dec. -'IK.' 1918. Georsre Dudek, aged 2 months. of whoop- ing congu. . . , . . RICHARDS-At PltUton, Dec. 19, 1918, Albert Richards, aged 33. of Inlluenta. HARVEY At CTty Hospital. Dec, 18, 1H18, irs. u noraaa iiarvey or 1'lains, ,or complications. , JOTCE At NeW Toi k, Dec. .19. 1918. Am- . broBe Jovce. formedly of Plttston. ayed ! 17. of Injhienzar ; I JENKINS At Lee Park, Dec. 19. 1918. ' Jonah JnkinR. nxeil S? nf nnriiimnnln EOTLE At University of Georgetown Hospital. Washington, D. C. Dec. 19, 1918. Miss TMargaret A. Boyle of Wilkea-liarr, M 24, of pneumonia. Clerk is Not Missed Until Train Hat " 'Gone Five Mile Farther , ,P. J. Lynch, df Mildred, assistant mall clerk on : the Bowman's . Creek branch v Of . Lehigh Valle Railroad fainted yesterday afternoon and fell out of the mall car door while the passenger train Was ' passing Beth Run. He was not missed by the other clerk, who was busy assorting mail, until the , next station. Mountain Springs, five miles away, was reached, The train was backed, to Beth Run and there Lynch .was discovered walking along! the track In a dased condition. He ' escaped with a bad scalp, wound and several bruises. Mr. Lynch was recovering from a recent attack of influenza and was probably overcome Dy tne neat in tne car. Pennsylvania Farmer Respond ' In response to a call from the srov ernment for an Increased production of wheat and rye,.the farmors of Pennsylvania, in spite of a S'irloiin labor short age, have increased the lanre acreage of last year by over i:ij,l:S ncrei, which ii by, far the largeut area ever, sown in this State They wcra t-le I do this but the unusually favorable woather this fall and the crop ko into the winter in better condition than for the past several years., , The following, table shows the J estimarea acreage or winter wneat ana dye in Luzerne and nearby counties: . ; , '. Wlmat Rye Luzerne' ;. .i-.V 6 i'n 8,668- Lackawanna ........ "1 1.072 Susquehanna ti .. ... 419 - 817 Wayne , 17. 1,051 Wyoming .......... f.57 2.667 Carbon 1,7?0 6.324 Walking into a general store at Al derson, Harvey's Lake, two young men yesterday afternoon forced I B. Avery, proprietor of the store and alderson postmaster, at the point pf a recolver, to go upstairs where they locked him up in a room, and then nmoKpAeA ti loot the store. ; Mri Avery, who hap- riAnait in K n a a a. 1 - lock in, shot through the floor and the two' men fere frightened away without I nuy vtMiiy. . ' , The State police were notified of the hold-UD anil immpH la tl tr m Aat of troopers who had not rounded up tho i men last night v v j SEES SUBMARINE SUNK Herbert Campbell Returns 'from Hali- - fax Has Wrist Broken ', , at Sea Herbert ' Campbell, v radio telephone operator on submarine chaser No, 183, returned to his home in this oity last evening from , Halifax, Nova , Scotia. . Two weeks ago, whUe his ship was over 100 miles from shore, a severe storm was encountered and he received a fractured wrist, having ; been thrown violently against the life rail by a sudden lurch of the vessel.- He said the lieutenant commanding the submarine chaser division of which his ship was a part, had received a letter of commendation from the English captain of patrols for their work. He described graphloally the feat of submarine chaser No. l&S- in destroying one of the German submarines oruislng In Canadian waters early ,last July. Three casern were convoying a fleet of merchant craft and his hip waa on, the port side.' He said he was on watch and saw a torpedo lass under his ship, whtoh, being of light con-, structlon, only draws eight feet. The submarine, he declared, came to the surface to view the result and the - commander oc the chaser ordered full speed ahead so as to ram it When the Huns saw the American ship coming they began to submerge, but the chaser rode over it, dropping a depth charge, which exploded and oaused the stern of the submarine to rise , out of water and it subsequently, disappeared. : TEN CARLOADS OF TREES Wilkes-Barra Will Have Plenty of Sprue With Which' to Cele-; . brato Christmas w Notwithstanding the alleged shortage of freight oars uaad in the ahlpment of Christmas trees and shortare of labor. the. Wilkes-Sarre market it amply supplied. It is estimated that fully, ten car loads of trees have already been .dlapesed of to patrons- of tho ' retail market. In keeping with the H. O. 1. Christmas trees this year are dearer than usual, ranging trom 818 to .so saoh, aooordlng ;tb size and ihapliness. ' Christmas trse verderg are on the Job every 108 or 800 feet on the streets in tne central part or xne city, sesioes scores of merchants are doing a tbtiv-lng business. Holly is lust coming to market and it retails at good prices. Little mistletoe has been seen here this year, and it brlnga a fanny prloa be cause of its scarcity and the sentiment it : eonveya Ground ' pine and holly wreaths are la ' brisk demand, prices varying from 18 .o 88 cents eaon, ao-oordlng to quality an! workmanship. These Christmas trees bring - with them the refreshing odor of balsam and spruce and pine, whch la exhaled with delight It la the vary broath of the weeda of Maine and Canada and they h-vs been brought from long distances to delight tho hearts of the little onea. y . DIES IN BROOKLYN Mrs. John. Welles 'Hollenback Succumb to Attack 'of Pneumonia " Mm. AmdlA VtamrA tTnllt,nV. e nil . , v, nuQ v tfuuu yyeun nuueu" back, died yesterlay afternoon shortly after ' 8 o'clock at her home at 460 Washington avenue, '.. Brooklyn, N. Y., of pneumonia, following influenza. She had been HI but a short time? and the news of her death comes 'as a severe shock to her relatives an,d friends in this city. The funeral arrangements have not been completed. The body will be brought" here' for. burial, and Interment will be In the Hollenback Cemetery,. . r ,. -' Mrs. Edith Fandegard III ' Mrs. Edith Fandegard, pf 4 West Market street, has Deen quite HI at bar home for the last ten days suffering' from an abscess of the bead. Mrs. Fandegard la a practical nurse and has nursed many Influenza patients since tne outbreak of the epidemic - FUNERAbS Kline's Exclu$iv .China Ston LVvs.-J : V The funeral of Hugh Dugan will be held iuii vii name oi mm sisier, jurs. Micnaei Curtiss, 281 Blackman street, this after- vwm ev a J poiyivan S, 1,110 UUUO with interment n Bt . Mary's Cemetery at Hanover. The funeral of Mlra. Joannh Nt trill be held from the family home. 71 Amber lane, tius morning at 10 o'clock.' Inter- moui ui bu uarys cemetery ax Alan ever. ,, ; ... ,.' , ,,, .. , ..The funeral of Forest O. Stevene of Huntington Mills, who died Wednesday i iioiei Bxerung, win take place Saturday afternoon from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stoneham of Boston Hill, uKromue, parents or 'Aire. Stevens., er- Will - . A.AA . v... C ' R. TTIckolT'Of Wrmt Tj.rhn(af 1)Sl.nn- pal Church, and.Rev J. H. Griffiths of pi. i-eter s i&pisoopai Church, Plymouth. Interment - ,wlU; be in Ut Greenwood vesueiery. ,v ', . fh. ninM.11 r..i r t. , . . , . . .uDiM vi. vovri A.ruii win oe neia from-the home of his parents, Mr. and ...,,. ausuii nruu, - ito oianion street, this afternoon at, o'clock and will be vitm . lunnmni in , imaiawn jeme- .' " BUSINESS NOTICES A "INGROWN TOfe NAILS CURED without pain. No cure, no pay. Mlsa watrous, Chlrupodlat, 88 S. Main St Special bargains In now and used pianos, also reduced prices on piano fouuiicB "no ween oniy. A. U. Evans 88 Bast Ross street ! . The TVllMaros Best and ; Made Rite UI nour are the flnest hlgn RTada Alr Tour mvw, ' tt : At the R. s. Williams Co.. wholesala. QRANITcr MPMDQIAI o We have a 1 ror MAmn i Mi. made of the best grade New. England ine mosx reasonaDie prices. ww is me Dest nme to buy. ( ' JUNES & ABBOTT, v . 18 South Washington St' Kafharyn C McOowan -Chlronodiat ti west Market street Second floor. Dr. Mendelsohn, mantiillat ".' ah Mm isea 14 Bast Market ntrt nnr Hun ivwiyn. A.ay, attendant. ., ;,, ; iiiliiiiiiilifiilii Christmas Is A Vivid Reality at Klines You're sure to find thfe most appropriate gifts for v your 'friends at this exclu-. siv Store the - chances ' are you may even meet " those you wish to remem- ber strolling through, just . admiring the beautiful things now on display. No better reason could be . given for selecting gifts at ' Kline's, where the best and daintiest is always, so much , Y - more reasonably priced. ; Pretty ifts for as little as a quarter. Come in to- . day and see them. . CANDLE STICKS AND . ' CANDLES HAND PAINTED CHINA '. DINNER SETS IN OPEN STOCK PATTERNS ' CUT GLASS DECORATIVE PIECES . ' Tl;- iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii M KDBod. Exclusive China ' Store "S8T South Main Street ' Gifts Wfiich E NI : ; Would , luy For ! llL Themselves -:L S THEY'RE all articles g which a man really j wants just a little better 2 i than the usual run . of things 5 j' and far enough out of the S i beaten path to be uncommon. " The . Jordan name on your EE I gifts is well worth while, too, : for it carries with it the aa4 : surance that thought and care' i have been put into the selec-i tion. :'; v j -.i-- : , 1 8ilk Neckwear ' . ' 8ilk and Creoe Paiamaa '' r Shirts in silks and other fin S3 fjbrici for day and evening wear i Gloves in suede, mocha, cap . and other fine leathers for - . motoring, military asr- . vice, day and HE! . evening wear '. Pearl Jewelry for evening : i wear . - . Scarf Pins and Cuff Links in iridividual boxeS E . Watch Fobs Fur Caps in aeal and muskrat ' .": Handkerchiefa r Belt Bucklea ' , Silk Hosiery " Sweatera, Sweater. Vesta EE: ! jS. : Umbrellas, Canea ' liyORDANl s i t saaaaaBsaBSPssBSBBBaaBssBBaBsaBBa 1 9 WES l!lillinilll!ill!il!!l!!l!!!!!l!i!i!ni!lil He Learns ? ; 1 As He' Plays m r 7: 7 Meccano -' i; ; U "As the , boy .builds all sorts of, Tanks, Submarines, Cranes; . Bridges, he learns mechanical and engineering principles ' " i Tio. oo: .... .$1.00 No. O. ...... .$1.50 No. 1.' ...$3.00 No. 2.. $6.00 No. 3.' ...$9.00 No. 4 $15.00. . AND . 1 ENNEtT HARP WARE CO 4 AND s) NO -MAIN 41 CnaUsk41tM pV -, E, Market A 8- Washrnflton . : v - - -. ...... See Large Ad. On Page 15 . r: 5 K P. D. Q. : pLEASANT, JJESIRABLB, QUICK ; ' '' ' ': S 0 0 0"".' : Something New Every. Day AQi uarter- A Dollar- en Dollars- t v Can Best Be Spent At Reese's . What had you in. mind, and what names on your list are there yet' to be checked off) No matter for whom that gift is intended, no matter how lit-: tie" or how much you can afford to spend, that money can be spent best in this : wonderful Gft '. Toys for the kiddies hy : the thousand D o 1 1 i e s , Games, Books, Mechanical contrivances which educate as well as amuse. And such gifts for older , folk things artistic including pictures and pot-" '." teryr ; things of utility ' which include Lamps, Kitchen and Household devjees ; of - every possible ' r kind. '. Get it at.ReeVs and ' .get it to-day. ;' Christmas Tree Holders , 98c, $1.19,$l-47 . A holder which you nay use from year to year with Increasing; satisfaction. Simplicity Itself; made with pan which preserves g-reen freshness of tree; : three sizes large, small, and medium. .. E. Market & S. Washington , V , .' . ( Just a Step '-From Public Square REESE'S -BAZAAR m South Main St. Skate s T-r 85 cents and up- Sleds . and Cars for th. kiddies. 'Iim vhv Pocket Knives and Cutlery for anyone. V3 y' ' ''' Chafinsr .Dishes. DishesCoffee Machbes and a variety of gift goods for the 1 table beautiful. Buy while the selection is good. s V 1 --j -J 7 . i 7OULUflN0 0)fV?RlCB5 Our ttUMBN Ct woik EYoNO COMPArVC $ The Fact .that our plumbing work is of thehig-hest chai'-acter doesn't cause uVto boost prices 'any. maintain u low.-. charges onJ the best iof work. "Nearly, everybody's got some plumbing to' b'e done. What's the trouble up at your home? , , : t Turner & Van Scoy Co.U 27 East Northampton St.". 3000 SERVICE" pROMPT, JJESIRABLE, , QUICK B PHONE LINES r ? t

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