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This space should moan to you by far the most profitable reading in this paper.
Note the saving on our regular selling prices below:
SWIFT'3 PREMIUM OLEO Per lb -P
LINCOLN BRAND OLEO Per II, cn
FULL CREAM BRICK CHEESE Per lb.... '. Mr
FANCY MOHAWK VALLEY LIMBURGER
CHEESE Per lb 3UC
FANCY HOME MADE MINCE MEAT Per lb..15c
BREAD Compare the quality of our Mother's Loaf
The flue larrje loaf full one pound after baking
Each only , qc
RYE BREAD Full ono pound, each only JJc
FRUIT CAKES They are delicious, each35 & GOc
COOKIES Try our .line, fine assortment,
per dozen . . . 1 0c
POSTUM CEnEAL Large size, package only.. 22c
Small size, per package only 1"lr
INSTANT POSTUM Large or 50c size, each.. 43c
Small or 30c size, each only 2Gc
GRAPE NUTS Just In, fresh supply, per pkg.. .14c
POST TOASTIES Large package, each only.lGc
Small package, each only...! '.'.....11c
BEANS Navy, Pinto, Cranberry, Llmas or Gray
Marrow, per lb. only -ijr
RUB-NO-MORE SOAP 3 bars l,Rp
RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER 3 pkgs..1Gc
SOAP Star, P. & G., Flake White, (the old size"),
Fols Naphtha, Ivory, bar each fic
ROLLED OATS Fine white flakes, 4 lbs. only.25r
SANI-FLUSH Per enn nnlv ' Z
KARO SYRUP 11, lb. Red Label', per can .WW 13c
! iu. mue uanei, per can
2 lb. Blue Label, per can
21 . lb. Blue Label, per can
5 lb. Blue Label, per can
RICE Fancy head, per lb
Fancv Blue Rose. 3 Ihs
MINCE MEAT Blue Ribbon brand, package! !! 10c
nunc outn i,r.u.iu, per pacKage 12c
CLIMALENE The great hard water softener,
per package Oc 3 packages for 25c
CORN MEAL Fresh ground, per lb? 5c
OYSTERS Fresh standard stock, per quart... Kflr
MIXED NUTS-Pcr lb. only ..20c
ONIONS Fancy home grown, per half peck... 25c
POTATOES Fancy home grovn, per peck
TURNIPS Fancy home grown stock,
per half peck 15C
APPLES Good stock (not fancy) fine flavored good
cookers, pur peck only, 3QB
BOTTLE AMMONIA Fpr household use, each. Oc
3 for 25c
BOTTLE BLUING Large bottle, each 9C
3 for 25c
TOMATOES Remember those (Hooverlzcd) No. 3
cans of fine stock, per can only 15c
PINEAPPLES Llbby'a large can fine goods,
CORN The finest York State pack, Lily of the
Valley (Hooverlzcd) per can .'...15c
TAPJOCA Pearl. Royal Brand, full one pound pack-
age, each iyc
3-IN-1 OIL Regular 25c bottle, each 20c
PEAS Extra standard (Hooverlzcd) per can 12' 2C
BAKING MOLASSES Duffs refined (Ginger
Bread Man) large can 25c
SODA A. & H. Brand, per half lb.... 4c Lb.. 7c
CRISCO (Hooverlzed) per 1 lb. can 2Gc
MAZOLA OIL That pure corn oil (Hooverlzcd)
Per 1 pint can i 3flc
Per 1 quart can 54c
Per 1 gallon can SI. 90
WESSON OIL (Hooverlzcd) regular 40c size,
Large can, 2 qt. 14 oz each agc
BRAN Clean for household use, 3 lbs. only 15c
CRACKED WHEAT Finest quality, per lb fic
RYE FLOUR Fancy quality, 5 lbs. for 35c
NATIONAL BISCUIT CO.'S LINE AS FOLLOWS:
Saratoga Flakes, fresh and crisp, per lb . . 22c
Premium Soda Crackers, fresh and crisp, lb. 17c
Excelsior Butter Crackers, fresh and crisp,
PC lb 17c
M. B. C. Soda Crackers, fresh and crisp, lb 15c
Eagle Butter Crackers, fresh and crlsn. lb iRn
Dandy Oyster Crackers, fresh and crisp, lb 15c
urn nam oracKers, tresn ana crisp, lb.
uingcr anaps, finest quality, lb.
United Stales Pood Administration License Number B01344 and G09569
137 South Main Street
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Kooi wavm? Try SI olios' nmMiKP.
spend Iho winter. Pr ,a yeari wt sunilny for MontKom-
"Seven Keys to Baldpatc," with ory, Ala., where lie has accepted u
1 George M. Cohan, an Artcraft master- ninillar position.
prece, at the Vine tonight and tomor- Xmas seals, labels, enrlostiro cards,
row' cauls, tinsels and tissues of evei v
The shop of low-priced Kills. d , vniloty at the Hook and. Art Shop.
(!eon;e Villevs went to Kalrmonl, not fail to visit our store and see our ' Mr. nnd .Mrs. Krcd MyseruT Akron
W. Vu., Sunday where he will bo em- very complete displays. The Rook & ll"' Him? here. "
ployed- in a glass facto, y. Art S,10. The th,rd number Qf t()e y M c A
Clllford and K. I.. Graham loft Sat- Thomas liawlcy, who has boon fin lyceum cOurse will be held tonight,
unlay for I'ennshoro, W Vn., to inspector at tlie brldKP woil.s lor ov- The entertainer will be William Rain-
il' . ' 'I. v"o vl 1
Man Who Can."
Mm V.'llllniii Worm relumed 0 In r
home In Acidniiiln Sit unlay owning
alter an ipciallon m fie ,i. & ,s. hos
pital. George M, Cohan In "Seven Keys to
Baldpats" at the Vine tonight and to.
An appropiluto remembrance, for
' the Ikjjh in cnnip Is a ChrlHtinas card,
, foldor or booklet from tlm Uoolc and
Ait Shop. I'riuM "from I cent to .,('
Von can Kct twelve Christmas pres
ents at KlemliiK'K studio for $:!. tr
Mrs. Kmllu IlruHHciir has returneil
I homo after u stay at the .M. & S. hos
pital. William Farnum In "The New Gov
ernor, based upon the play "The Nig
gcr," a special extraordinary feature,
at the Vine Friday. 13
Prepare for Christmas now. The
Presbyterian bazaar and food sale,
Dec. KS, 11 -Hid 1". Old Cooper block.
' All holding tickets to the Y. M. C.
A. lyceum course should not fail to
remember that the third number oc
curs tonight. Attraction: William
.Mrs. Laura Smith has been re
moved to her homo In ItlnKold elicet
after a stuy at. the Alt. Vernon hos
pital. Cirocerics, driiKS and medicines de
livered, no extra charge. Vox & Stein
horf, Coshocton avenue.
Mrs. Cora IJobout Is visiting hi
A lasting girt a framed lilctuie,
Our stock will please all tastes. The
Hook and Art Shop.
I. lout. A. 1 Thompson of Camp
Sherman, Chilllcothe, is spending a
few days In (Jamhler.
Sensible gills for "Our Hoys" in
leather and khaki cloth, small prac
ticable anil moderately juiced. This
Hook and Art Shop.
William Farnum In "The New Gov
ernor, based upon the play "The Nig
ger," a special extraordinary feature,
at the Vine Friday. 13'
Ralph Mahafl'ey has returned to ,
Dunkirk, X. V., alter a visit with his
Practical and useful gifts at the j
Presbyterian bazaar, Dec. II!, 14 and ,
in. The old Cooper block, oast side
Do not forgqt touislt our children's
department books, games, toys, pic-1
;tmc or "The 'lilies, painting mid drawing books imd
new novelties i,t all sorts The Hook
, mid Art Shop,
MT. LIBERTY MACCABEES
Commander liarl Colliding.
I.leul. Commander l.ee Wright.
Itecord Keeper F. M. Tucker.
Chaplain Al. M. Conkllng. '
M. at A. V I'. Poland. '
K. M. of (I. Morgan McHIII.
S. M. of (J. Clyde Cramer.
Sentinel Clayton .Jackson.
Picket It. 1!. Horry.
Trustees Clayton .lackson, W. F.
olanil, l M. Tucker.
AMITY I. 0. O. F.
X. fi, Wilson Oruhb.
V. 0. Allen Chios.
Treas. A. .1. Kunkle.
Ilea Secy. II. II. Howlev.
Fin. Secy II. .1. Fletcher.
Trustee W. C. Kunkle.
BUTTERY BQVS If
SPEND CHRISTMAS AT
Sergeant Snow Telegraphs
That He Will Arrive
SERGT. ENDLE, KENYON
t Relative and friends or 1I10 boys or
K Hattury aro rejoicing over the pod
nihilities of their getting to come
home lor geven days at Chrlntinas
time. Accoidlng to a telegram re
ceived here by his parents from
Scigeant Kenneth Snow, he will ar
live here on Dec. 21. It is piesumed
that at least a pan of the battery
boys will come home and It Is pot
sible that all will be here.
Word was received in (Jamhler Sat
urday of the death of Sergeant Wal
ter M. Endle. graduated from Kenyon
In the class of l!M7, at his-homo In
Hellvue. Pneumonia was the cause
of the demise. Sergeant Kndle was
stationed at Camp Sherman.
Vhat a Fellow Hcsrs.
A 1pii- limn ofiiti hem ilial lulling
oiiii In iim s tin-.iiiiir .mil mi, nlil like
a rlumi e ti try 11. A'l-I.I-mi (,'liihe.
! Wasted Power.
'iiii' uniteii states coiitiiln. accord-ln-
to latest estimate'!, snuielhlng more
than fio.OOO latent horsejmwer in It
stream power that is running un
ti'i'il to the hen while millions upon
nillllons of ton or coal are being con
.sinned for the manufacture of 'power.
RED CROSS.TAGS NET
$200 MERE SATURDAY;
0. S. S FOLK PLEASED
Two hundred dollars was realized
in the sale ol lied Cross tags here
Saturday by pathnls of the Ohio
State Sanatorium who feel deeply in
debted for the re: pon.e
DEFEAT BOND ISSUE
FOR SCHOOL BUILDING
For the third time the proposal to
issue $12,000 additional bonds for the
erection of a school building at Hlad
ensburg was defeated at the special
election Saturday. The vote stood
44 in favor and .",1 against, about the
same result as on the two previous
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18th
N:(H) p. 111.
GAY ST. M. E. CHURCH
ADULTS 35 CENTS
CHILDREN 25 CENTS
Illy Aiint 1 itril I'iikh to TI10 IliiimerJ
llogs--Kecelpis: ItT.OuO; strong!
hull: IT.tn Hi l".oj lights ld.fio W
1 1. 1.1: mixed I0.d $1 I7.fiuj heavies
H..S.1 Hi MM; roughs Ifl.sfi 0. 17.(1.1;
pigs 12.7.1 (11, 11,75.
Cattle Itecelpts: 2S,0(io; weak;
native beef cuttle 7.11(1 (0 15.50; stock
ers and feeders O.lo (ip 11; cows nnd
heifers 5.10 fi, 11.40; calves H fi 15;
western steers (i.IHl (T i:(,70.
Sheep Itecelpts: 20,000; weak;
wethers S.SO fl 12.00; lambs 12.50 fcft
KAST HUFFAI.O LIVESTOCK
Cattle Itecelpts: 2,800; strong;
shipping steers 11.50 !j KS..10; butch,
ers 0.50 iff 12; heifers 7 ft 11.2.1;
cows i ii K); hulls 0.75 ? 10.50;
stockers and feeders 0.50 fij 10.50;
fiosh cows and springers 7 di 10.50.
Hogs Itecelpts: 1,000 ; strong;
hcaWes 18.15 til 18.71; yorkers 17.8.1
f IS; light yorkers 10.50 iv 10.75;
mixed 18 fi 18.1.1; pgH 10.25 10.50;
roughs 10.75 fi 10.50; suigs II (fj) 15.
Sheep and lamb Itecelpts 2,000;
active; lambs 12 $i 18; yearlings 11
fi 15; wethers 7.7.1 fy 12.25; ewes 0
HI 11.50; mixed sheep 11.50 v 11.75.
Cattle Itecelpts: 1.S00; higher;
steers 12.50 fj i:i..K); heifers 0.75 lit
10.50; cows 8.50 Q 10.
I Hogs Itecelpts: 0,000; higher;
heavies 17.75 a 17.8.7; heavy yorkers
17.50 (a 17.80; lights 10.7.7 Ci 17.2.7.
Sheep and lambs Receipts: 1,800;
higher; top sheep 12; top lambs 17.75.
Calves Itecelpts: 30u; steady; top
Corn .iun. 1.20; May 1.10.
Oats Dec. .72 U; May .70.
Pork Jan. 47.10.
Lard Jan. 24.05
Ribs Jan. 25.05;
Wheat Cash 2.17.
Cloverseed Prime old. cash
new, cash and fee. 10,:!0; Jan.
Alslke Prime cash and Dec.
Timothy Prime old cash I1..10; new
cash and Dec. 3.0.1; March 3.S5.
XEW YORK STOCK LIST
American Heet Sugar, 73.
American Sugar Refining.
Haltlmora & Ohio, 4K.
P.rtUlHieitt StrH. 74-.
Chfsap-ak fc Ohio, 464.
Kennecott Copper, 31.
Louisville fc Xashvlllo,
Mldvalo Steel. 43";.
Norfolk & Western, 10214.
Ohio Cltle-, Gas, 34.
Republic lion & Steel, 74.
I'. S. Steel, 87.
Willyi-Overland. 18 U.
The store where the Christmas spirit pervades every nook and corner. Make your Christmas happier by doing your shopping early at this ever-popular Christmas store.
This is made easy for you by our convenient "lay-away" plan viz: A payment of one-fourth will hold anything you select till you want it.
CHINA FOR XMAS GIFTS
Here is n China (lopjulnicnl where ihc low
prices of "days before the war" yet prevail. ,
See t his wonderful assortment of .lap and
Cierman China a 10c, 25c, 50c, 75c and upward.
,lakeliera tifi of a piece of our beaiilifullv
cut ji i-lcl iiiiV tflii.ss:
Toothpick Holders -. .' 50c and 98c
Nappies and Pickles $1.00
Unci Vases 50c$1.00,'$1.50 and $2.00
Special Cream and .Sugars per pair$2 and $2.50
( 'ompoi'ls 75c to $3.00
Tumblers 30c to 50c
Mahogany Smokers' Stands $3, $4 and $5
Imitation Bronze Statuary A new line of sub
jects including busts of Lincoln, lieethovon,
Mendelssohn, Dickens, etc., upward
from ' $1.00
as a Christmas
Gift to the Whole Family
r J$l x-
Isn't that a happy thought? A3 a Christmas gift what can equal the
NEW EDISON? It is a deep and genuine source of happiness means
endless hours of satisfying pleasure. As a family gift, too, this wonderful
instrument Is unsurpassed. Stop to figure how much is spent right In
your own family In the giving of small presents to one another. Then
think of how much more real pleasure would accrue from the possession
of a NEW EDISON. Would it not be wlcsr to follow the example set by
so many families nowadays: pool your funds and own a NEW EDISON,
"the phonograph with a soul?" When you give a NEW EDISON for
Christmas you are giving something the worth of which transcends any
money equivalent. You cannot express Its value In currency. It SELLS
for a certain figure, but what It is WORTH is beyond computation. It
brings all the world's music Into the home of the owner. And It RE-CRE-ATES
that music exactly as It was Interpreted by the great artists of the
era. This Is where the NEW EDISON Is supreme. It does not merely
render a clever and admirable Imitation of the artist's performance: It
RE-CREATES It with such fidelity and accuracy that no human ear can
delect a shade of difference. This Is a fact established beyond question
by our famous tests.
Give a NEW EDISON this Xmas it means a life enriched
A large assortment especially arranged IW
your easy choosing:
Ladies' Hemstitched Initial 1 Idle Is. 15c, 2 for 25c
Ladies' White Embroidered Ildkl's, box of (5, 50c
Ladies' Colored Hmb.' Ildkfs. Imx of :J 50c
Child's Colored Horder Ildkl's. box of : 15c
Child's Colored Kmb. Ildkfs., box of 2 10c
Child's Picture ITdkl's 5c
Men's Hemstitched Ildkfs 10c and 15c
Ladies' Hemstitched Ildkfs 5c and 10c
J CHILDREN'S SILVER PLATED TABLE SETS-
The following aro pncoii paid by II.
V Smnots for farm product delivered
at his warehouse:
Kresh 1";;ks 4c
No. I Country Mutter 40c
Xo. 2 Country Iluttnr 28c
Heavy Hens , 17c
Heavy Spring Cliickenn 17c
Light Ileus lc
Small Spring ChlrUcns 14c
Old Itoosters 12c
Ducks .. . ISc
Turkeys 7 22c
In neat gift boxes consisting of forks, feed
ing spoons, pushers, and cups, set . . .60c and $1
Trench Mirrors . . . '. $1.00
Nut Bowls with crackers and picks $1.50
Parson's Solid Mahogany and Walnut Nut
Bowls with Hammers $3.00
Mahogany Candle Sticks Upward from 25c
ARTHUR G. EICHEL
GAY AND HIGH STREETS
Citizens 'Fhone 485-Red
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
B. A O. R. R.
No. 46 7:40 a. m.
No. 44 11:32 a. m.
No. 48 5.57 p. m.
No. 49 8:52 a. m.
No. 47 11:10 a. m.
No. .45 10:40 p. m.
Xo. 024 12-..-.8 a.m.
Xo 804 8:0., a.m.
Xo. 004 11.2.-1 a.m.
No. :!4 5:00 p.m.
Xo. (i4 11:40 p.m.
Xo. 04.". 4:00 a.m.
Xo. OX ., . U;05a. in.
Xo. nor. 2:io p.m.
$: n r s ir r i viz1
mfa Woolson's Xmas Store
No. 80., 7:0:i p.m.
woosson s Annas 3iore