NORWICH BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1922
THE STORE OF VAWEft ASSORTMENTS
THE STORE OF ABUNDANT STOCKS
TODAY AND THIS EVENING
IN NORWICH FIH7 YEARS AGO
'early for business at 8:30 in the morning and op
this evening. For comfortable shopping we recom
mend the morning hours.
On the last shopping day before Christina we are ad
mirably ready to serve you. Here you will find a big,
bright, cheerful store, bounious Stocks in most convenient
arrangements for quick selection, willing and efficient
people to help you. .
Save time and worry by coming here, to this store, which
is Christmas Shopping Headquarters for Norwich and all
Eastern Connecticut For the convenience of holiday
shoppers, all holiday goods will be placed 6n-
Special Counters At Special Prices
Our stocks have been constantly replenishedyou will
find here, the largest variety for c'hoosing and positively
the lowest prices.
Every article bought here ho matter how low the
Trice carries our guarantee of satisfaction to the pur
chaser. Moreover we guarantee bur prices on all goods
to be as low or lower than those of any other store in
Just as at the present thee, skatins and
sliding was enjoyed this week in 187;.
News ot ship wrecks and doings of local
societies afforded! other hews, a part of
w&lcn Is taken from the files of the
Bu'retth of lS7t as follows:
Monday. Dec 18. 1872 The Steamer
City of Lawrence eot off the shore where
she lay near Mohegan Saturday inorn
In and made the trip to this city, all
rUsb . .....
A irafceman oh the Xew London and
Worcester road had his hand trashed
while coupling cars at Dayvillc Satur
day, There is ctod skating on all the ponds
in this vicinity and every boy who owns
a pair of skates is happy. The river has
not yet frozen over enough to prevent
the steamers from making their dail
trips although the more adventures omo
boys have been using the upper cove fyr
skating during the past few days.
There was a large attendance at the
temperance meeting laft evening. Ad
dresses were made by Mr. Hall of the
Willimantic Journal and by Mr. O'Neill
both of the Good Samaritan society of
Willimantic. and there was eome eicsl-
lert ringing by the choir.
Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1872 The New
York Times acknowledges the receipt of
$50 from "Chas. O" of this city for the
Childreus Aid Society of New York.
By a recent arrangement by the poHcs
the street lamps are so arramred that Mm
long lights are allowed to barn till 6.30
in the morning. This is a great conveni
ence to early travelers and pedestrians.
Th Drummer Boy of Shtloh, the first
of the war dramas produced here by
Sedgwick post nearly three years ago has
ati length rwung around the circle to
Providence. Local people will remember
this stirring drama of the war, with
Wednesday. Dea 18. lSTl Daniel
Ereen employed at the Cpid Spring iron
works at Thamesv!1!e fell down Tuesday
while pushing a platform car loaded With
iron and the wheels passed over his right
arht The arm was so badly crushed that
amputation will probably be necessary.
Ardrew Letter bought of Joseph Buttcn
of Preston City two spring pigs, oni
weighing 415 pounds and the other 3S1
pounds and Mr. Letter. speaMir? in the
language of the agents, would like to
knew how it is for "high".
The local people are pleased to learn
OBAKPCHrLD bAd croc corcH
"My grandchild could get no relief
whatever from a very bad eroopy cough,"
writes Peter Landis. Meyersdaie. Pa;,
"until I gave him Foley's Honey and,
Tar. It Is a great help for chest and
throat trouble." Coughs, colds, croup
throat, chest and bronchial Irritations
quickly relieved with Foley's Honey and
Tar. Contains no opiates Ingredients
printed on the wrapper Stood the test
of time, serving three generations. Lee
& Osgood Co.
that the amount of the donation for Di
Holman by his church in North Stoning
ton last week was about $146.
The Norwich society declares a 3 or
cent semi-annual dividend payable after
January 15, 1873.
The H. T. Hodes which recently went
ashore on Block Island, was hauled off
Monday by the . revenue cutter Moccasin,
bat leaked so badly that she had to be
Rev. S. J. "Weaver, the Baptist pastor
of Voiuntown Is rapidly recovering from
an operation on his left leg when por
tions of diseased bone were removed by
Thursday, Dec. 19, 1872 The following
letter from the chief engineer of the
Boston firo deoartment has been receiv
ed by Chief Engineer Delaaoy. It reads
as follows: "In behalf of tJle board of
engineers of the Boston Fire department
I beg to convey to the officers and mom
bers of your department; and especially
to you as its chief; our heartfelt thanks
for the assistance rendered In subduing
the fire in the city on the 9th and 10th
of November last. The promptness of youi
department in our great emerency ar.d
the arduous and heroic service perform
ed by them, will ever be gratefully re
membered by this department and our
citizen's." (sighed) John S. DamrelL
The amount of deposits In the Dime
Sav.ngs bank Wednesday was $513,384.4$
a remarkable growth since its organisa
tion on August 2Sth, 186.
E. M. Copelsnd and Gen. H. Stearns,
of Richard Coeor de Lion Commandery.
K. T. .Montreal leave that city today at
4 P. m., for Norwich; to attend the ball
given by the Knights Templar In Breed
Hall tomorrow night.
Most of the cargo of the schooner Luoy
C Hall of Westerly sank off New Lon
rt shows the receipt of X870.130.04 and
tpen-itures ot $7(1,532.12.
Daniel B. Miller who died yesterday
s one of our o'dest : merchants corn
's from North Stonington. when a. young
an he entered the employ of burkee
n i Miner, lumber dealers. Latrr he en
gaged in the grocery business of Clarke
Kinne and afterwards with his brother
E. P. Miner 1n the old store that stood
at the comer of Ferry street.
Over 800 people attend' the ball M
Columbian Commandery, No. 4, K. T
which took place in Breed hall last eve
ning. The music was by the Germania
banl of Boston, 20 pieces, with Car'
Eichler as conductor.
(Continued frets Face Eisht)
of any being -quilted. They say 'it la too
much work as it is so much qu'eker to
tie them. Yes, it Is quicker to do . them,
but if they get soiled then what-1 If
quilted you can put them into your ma
chine and wash them. If tied you can't
as the cotton will all tump up
and then the quilt Is ruined.
And then again In case of slekne
the quilted ones are much the best. 1 say
sisters, don't give up the idea of quilting
part of them. It was not too hard a job
for our mothers to quilt them before us
and they did not have the things to do
their work with in those days that we do
There will -be holy communion at 8 l k J ter- nd iT'la "ViT?
and 10.45 on Christmas day at Grace i "d Jhra X)h- ft 18 !Wcn
Episcopal eh.reh. Tsntte. I th(s ghort hy y0 ,
At .. the Greeneville Concrea-attonal . a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
church, 143 Prospect street. Christmas
sermon at 10.30. Sunday school at 12
o'clock. Other services at the usual
At Grace eharch, Yantle, there -will be
morning service at 7.S0 o'clock with
carol singing. Christmas day there will
be holy communion at 8 a. m. and at
10.45 a. m.
The Seventh Day Adveirtist church
meet in Odd Fellows' hall, 322 Main
street, Saturday. . Sabbath school, 1.45 p.
m., 3 p. m., preaching on What Does
Christmas Mean to You?
C; E. S.
Because it is a Fmlt Medicine
. j . r
Dear Ed'tor and Social Corner Chil
dren: Once again I come to greet you
one and ail. I trust It has been a happy ;
year to ell. Once again I am permit'ed J
to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a !
happy New Year. To the bereaved ones
who have lost dear ones I extend my
sympathy. At this time of year it recalls
its vacant chair and Its voice that Is
hushed, and In obedience to the great
Had of the Universe we can only bow .
an! Kav Thv will he rintiA We nlfti fc.va !
At the Church ofJe Good Shepherd, j hp prom se of Him who said All the way
from earth to heaven I will guide thee
with mine eye.
With best wishes to all, I am as ever
If you want a remedy Cor skin
rrouh e wtwae value. has b- en proi-eu
by many years ol snccefful use. if
you want a treatment that thousand
d( tkx tors and dr . ists are da Iv pre
icribing because they know its brnt
ucial results, you will find it in Resin
Ointment and Kesinol Snap
Why not-tatc Am embtn4 advic of nU
dMM wiM medical m. lid let Pi mike
j rotirikia weuf MiUcmffM-
Unlversallst, there Will be morning ser
vice at 10.S0 o'clock with preaching by
Rev. Joseph F. 'Cobb. Sunday school
will be held at noon and Y. P; C. Union
meeting at 6.30 o'clock.
At the First Baptist church, pastor.
Rev. E. C. Dunbar, there will be morn
ing service at 10.30. Subject, The Gift
of Gifts. 12 m, Sunday school. 6 p. m.
Young People's service, Mrs. Fannie
At the McKlnley Ave. A. SI. E. Zisn
ehnreh the topic of the morning service
at 10.45 o'clock will be, Christ's Advent
and Its Purposes. Sunday school at
12.30. Bpecial service Christmas even
ing', Christmas pantomime witu cast oi
don harbor has been raised and landed Pineai leader. 7 o'clock service will
on IiOr.e Wharf, bv the wrecking schoon- be omiued.
er Young America.. The standing and run
ning rigging, anchors and chains have
Friday Dec 10, 1872 Sheriff Fillmore
was in sesch of a thief yest-.rday wh-i
broke into the house of John B. Tildeo
at Norwiah Town WednesJay morninj ! characters,
ana stole an overcoat and other articles
of wearing apparel. The thitf was last
seen at Bean Hi 1.
As the morning train on the Provi
dence road was passing Bolton Notch
Thursday noon the engine at a crossing
struck a double team driven by Col
Wheeler of Tolland. The colonel and on-:
of the horses were -killed and the wagon
At a meeting of the teachers of the
Second Congregational Sunday- -school
George Coit, for many years superinten
dent of the school, was requested to w.th
draw his resignation and George D. Colt
was appointed assistant superintendent.
i : wa magnificent coasting last even
ing and Broadway and the West Side
hil s were alive with boys.
There has been a lack of a good eat
ing house -in. the vicinity of the New
Local Wholesale Market
Furnished by the Marketing Bureau
of the State Board of Agriculture to
the Norwich P.nlletin.
Good demand: oraiureff, apples, potr
toes, celery, fowl and Conn, newlai'
Fair demand: cranberries, turnips
Slow demand: squash, onions. carrot
veal and beef.
Fmlt. and Vrrrtablra.
. $4.25 86
At Chtrt "harrh then win is Heir
Communion at 8 a. m., service and ser- !
mon at 10.30, and church school Christ- 1
mas festival at 5 p. til. On' Christmas day
there will be Holy Communion at 8.
Morning prayer. Holy Communion and
sermon at 10.30. j
At the Third Baptist church there will
be morning worship' at 10.30 o'clock. The
pastor, ,Rev. B Daniel Trick will preach.
Topic, Christ, the Person of Peace, Sun- I
day school at noon. Christian Endeavor
at 6.30 p. m. Topic, How to Have '
Christmas All the Year.. Sunday school '
concert in the evening. j
ENDORSES CALLA LILY'S IDEA.
Dear Ed'tor and Social "Corner Sisters:
It has been a long time since I have writ
ten to the Social Corner, but . I have
thought of it a good many times since I
read the letter a few weeks ago by Ca'la
Lily. I do think It is our duty to write
once a month, or more often than we do,
but 1 c-nnot write such interesting let
ters as Calla Lily and Mnndy. j Apples; rr. A. tfoL .'. .
Mandy: I wish I knw you. Every '""". cooking, 14 qts.
Saturday when The Pulietln romen I innic Apples, boxed
a see if you have written. I have your
uuine in my birthday book.
i I am so sorry to have heard about
the death of Grandma IL I never knew
her very well, hut I have heard she was
such a lovely woman and I was going
I to send her another card soon. Oirja.
Lonesome Pine. Bachelor Maid and otfc
i ers In your family, you have my heart
jfelt sympathy. I know what it. Is. I
i nave seen inrougn it au. I lost
I mother two years age.
Dellah Deal: I am sorry to hear you
have been sick. If I had known It lie
fore I would have sent you a card. I
Coine here for Toyathere is still a good assortment for
last minute shoppers and please rfeme-rber our prices
for -Tors are the lowest hereabout, today, all Toys will
be'arranged on special counters at special prices.
5 DOLLS! DOLLS!
The best assortment of Dolls to be found hereabout
Big Dolls, Little Dolb, Dressed Dolls, Undressed Dolls
all kinds. j
BOOKS ! BOOKS!
Books are in. the Millinery Section, all arranged on tab'es
for quick selection. Books for Qiildren, for Boys, for
Girls, for Adults. See Our complete showing bf Christ
mas Cards, 1923 Calendars and Christmas Post Cards.
: JEWELRY ! JEWELRY !
Hundreds of Articles bf Jewelry, suitable for gift purposes, I
all neatly boxed, and at prices that ire much less than
elsewhere. '" ' . ' . ' . ' . '
CHWSTI FOR MEN
If you ate seeking a present for a man then consider
our, Men's Store. There are Bath Robes, Night Shirts,
Pajamas, Dress Shirt, Neckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery,
Sweaters, Gloves, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, etc. .
Simonds & Atkins'
T. H. ELDREDGE
SS WATEB StKEEf
met you at Aunty No. i s a year ago
At Trinity Episcopal church. Holy ; last summer at the Social Corner p'enic
communion at 9.30 a. m. Morning pray-. I am sorry 1 missed her picnic this
er and sermon 16.30, and Christmas ! year.
carol service at 4 p. m. The regular ses-) Diana: I am glad you received a
sion of the church school- will be omit- : prise from The Eulletin some time ago.
London Northern depot. J. L. Johnson ' -nnscmas oay, uec iota, 8 a. m., I am going to try and Write you soon.
i has supplied the need and 'pennls appr5- I noIy communion, iv.tv a. nx, morning for .t want to subscribe tot the Needle-
cdate his excellent culinary efforts. j """ nu uoiy communion. eralt.
Saturday, Dec. 27; 1872 At the ahnuil At SR. Calvary Baptist ehtarcH at 11 ' . 1 n H I not too late to think hil
meeting of the Norwich and New York I a. m. the theme will be No Room Fbfr I l"at "enl me '"nasy cards.
xianayui vatiun ionipitny. a. r. omim . uu..uaj auiwi ai t. i. r. j
DMA ii9ii;ii fimlth n'r Mnnrlnh wVo '.i A Ui service at 6.45. Tonic ThrUcm All!
directors. At a subsequent meetini of the : the Year. Evening service at 7.45 o'-1 W T of the s.sters took an alumi
directors, A. S. Smith of Norwich was ' clock, theme, the CpUfted Ciiris. ! ,,ura Vie plate hime wtth them, wiil
ni-ooi.'oni- yA ii.r., i. o.rt. ' Christmas morning at 6 a. m. there will ney p.ease br'-n? It to the next moath'i
m. oisn nf WnHrtrb, fi'ptirf mJ.f prayer and praise meeting, theme, i gathering, at Franlrlin hall?. It was
: I had fee from the sisters hi the Soe al
retary and treasurer. The company re-
A Wonderful gift for a lady
Ladies Gingham HbUse Dresses
A GIFT THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED
A LUCKY BUY BY
THE PASNIK COMPANY
ON SALE IN ALL FIVE STORES
Women at the Tomb.
At the United. Congregational church,
Alexander H. Abbott, minister, there will
be morning worship at Id. 30. yir. Ab
bott will preach: Children's talk. The
Last Month. Sermon, - Wisdom Makes a.
Search. Christmas .Musical Vespers at
the Community house at 4 o'clock, giv
en by the church school to ' which all
members of the parish are invited. Be
cause ot this service the regular ses
sions of the church school and Home
Time will be omitted.
taken in November.
r rT boT
Ce!ry, doz. bunches
Onions, tra ,.
Parsnips. Cm. ...... ......
Potatoes, nat.. bu
Potatoes, sweet, tihl
my, e,,,8i, wn!eri ib
Turnips, tra. '
Poultry aad Dairy.
Chickens, live. .
Fowl. live. Ib
rowl. red, lh.
Erg, Conn., newlaid fan.
Esrs.' Cohn, hennery ....
Begs, Conn., gathered ....
Esrs. western. .......
Butter best tub. t. ......
P.u!ter. t nrtnt. lb. .....
Geese, dressed, ah. ,
Turkeys, nat. dressed, t ..
Pork lo'ns. (-10 lbs. av. ....
Pork loins 10-1 i av. ..
Pork loins 12-14 lbs. av. ..
Mutton, good, lb. .........
Calves, nest live, tb
good many of the Calves, heavy, lb.
14.53 W V
. no pn'
GEORGE H. SCOTT
WHrrEH.tLL, Xew York.
"In 1912, 1 was attackc-1 by Severe
Headaches, comity on at int(?rva!s
of two weeks, and lasting tvro days
and two nights.
I tried seven different liiadsc'rllls.
For about two years, I s'lTc-red every
two weeks. One day. whi!a in Bur
llnjton, Vermont, I picked tp an
empty "Fruit-a-tives" bos. I saw
that it was for liver coa.plaict and
came to the conclusion that it waa
my Liver which was causing my
I procured a box of "Fru:t--t:ves',
and waited results, dreading tha
next two weeks, but the Ilt-adaches
did not materialize until the third
week; and I have never hsd a
headache since and that was four
years ajo. I keep a box of 'Truit-a-tives"
constantly on hand."
GEORGE H. SCOTT.
EOc a box, 6 for $3.50, trial size 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIYES
Limited, OGDEXSEURG, 2vYX,
Well, I sunpose
sisters are looking forward for Christ- Cows, live nat. 100 fm.
mas. So am I. I have had one ores- Cows. live. nat. common
. ent already ana tnat was ten . do:ran.
About a year ago some one thought it
was a good thing to write - a .list of
Qrngs you wanted and give to. your
J i'ly. That Is what . I do every
Christmas. My sister does .the same
i Biddy: Where are you? i have not
heard you cackle for a lone; time. Why
don't you attend the Social Corner ga-
-o-s mllh hd
49teers, nal 100 tw.;i...
Hos, live. 100 Sw. .....
Hams .test modked, ib. ..
' - 4 p'tre lh
Beef, prime. B. ........
Beef, medium, lb. ......
Cows, dressed, lb "
Cows, common Pressed, lb.
Lambs, fan., lb.
.. , tner-ng7
RoekvlfcH-A mrv m the 'Toiiand eoim. I Will close now. wlhinf all sisters ' Vi. m-dium. lb
ty superior court returned a verdict of lind ed"or a merry Christmas ana bap-.. Teal, fan, western. Ib.
sv; i--a-'es f (ht- e-tue m Trs. Py New Tear from. ; . jVeal, fan. nat. . ...
Mabel Hunt of Andover. against the Ceni WHITE CLOVSat j 4Itj.
irai vcnnoni raiiwxy, in a sun ior i
000. Mrs. Hunt was killed May 25, when ' Abms sometimes -called the earth
an automobile in which sne was riding, quake p'aht which grows wild in Cub
was struck by a train at Williams Cross- and parts of India, is said to ehange in
ing.' tsolor on the approach ot a quake.
dered employes of the Central Vermord
.4i I Mra John wnKams. who has beea
!!'ijilmr a f-?w Wf k. in town the cuest
ot Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Oits. left Tti-.37-
uj for Vtica. N. T., to a;.'n4 the holl
.Si u -jj leaving the f rt of the year for
.SO - tat Beach, Cat. where Eh.e will spend
J$ tne winter.
jjl PENDLETON KILL
.40) Th Lad X AM society Y.rli a sn.'pef
Jti Saturday n'ght. Tec 1. at the home ot
'Mr.' and Mrs. Clifford Thorrp.-n. The
-SI tales were attractively diratil and a
-M fiae menu was served. Thre were fancy
.11 articles and Cindy for s!e and some of
.1 the articles were th- handiwork of Mrs.
jOrlgen Gallup, who is S3 year cid. The
surfer was well paTonaed ar.d a rood
''jjum - add -d to U:e treasury.
j"5i" The annual Christmas entertainment
j'J will be held at the church Saturday even-
S.00 l?3.0t lr--
00 t 00 . Work on the state mad has Nen d'.s
7 00 4) Is eohtinued for the winter hut whst has
I 24 alr'dy been finished is greatly sppre-.ij'l-3
.17 IS ! The recent storms have rasde traveling
14 Ils!reTT (ficult
l ' "ll I The North Stonington grange hrld Its
Chriatmai ' Ribbon Candy, pur
sugar, best quality, In two-pound
boxes t 39c for a two pound
box. ':' , '. . . .
BUY CHRISTMAS CANDY
HERE AND SAVE MONEY
I SPECIAL VALUES
Mixed Chooolata Parlimas 1e
Chocolate, Peppermints, Bjtbsf
Crunches, ete. ...... ...i...i.. 29t
Lovsll A Coveir Blaokston
Chocolates, all kinds 49d
Uovell & Covslfs Reputation
Chocolates ...i 69e
Law! Milk Choeolates S9o
Uvall A Covell's Master
Chocolates .!. 79o
American Mixed Hard Candies 15c
Mixed Hard Candy 24e
Jordan Almond . ; i..wi, 84c
BuAta'a Hard Candy 2e
Batin-finishd Filled Candy.'.;. 39c
Bunta'a Diana Filled Candy... 49c
Chocolate, in enepund bexea
at 89t, 49b and 53c, '
Lttvall V Cov.ll' Chocolates, irf
hstff-potind 1, H $ and 6'Optlftd
Gift Bextmi 39e to t a box.
COME ON OVER AND SEE THE MONEYSAVElS WE HAVE TO OFFER
YOU ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
THAMES SQUARE Thames Street
TRADE HERt Ecbnbmy Is the Making of a Nation TRADE HERE
A Remarkable Offering of
Women's English Sport Hoslary
$1.75 GRADE, AT $13
Wemen'- English Wool . Ribbed
Hoaisry, dark . heather . mixture,
our' wn importation tpoelal
pric a pair Tli9, regular vaiw
up ta 11.75.
(Spaeial Table, Main Aisla)
$1J9S GRADE, AT $1.43
Waman'a Erlish Wji Rlbbod
8prt Hosiery, assortad hasrtW
mlitttiraa, ear own impartatlen"
Spatial price 13 a pain rafiitar
vmitM fl S6.
(Special Table, Main Aiale) ,
BOYS' WGH TOPS
NOW $3.39 to $4.39
As a Reminder All Money-Savers
YOUTHS' HIGH TOPS
NOW $2.79 to $3.79
;v Handkerchiefs For Everyone
Eoya HandVarahiora) In whlta and
colored borders- ot 10c, 12 and
19a aaeh. ... .
.: Man's HaikllsereBefi
Man' Plain"; Whit HandkeraWsfv
In rnbri,-t S 10c, 16e,
19 and 25C . ,. ....' , . -Men'
Pur Unon , Hetnttthd
Handkerohlefa, at 25, Mo and up
t 76 aaeh. ; r.
Wemn'a Plain Whit Hmtitohd
Handkarehiaf, at Be, 10o, 12M and
; up to bOo aaob for a tin Unn
; hafwkarohiaf. . t;
Boxed Handkerchief s, 25c
100 poxea of Women' EmaratdartMi
Handkerchiara, three in a bo at
Sa a box.
tpaatal aJtewina of Wenwn'a Plain
Unan '. HmKwaed . Wawdkrfcifa
aictra good vakiaa at 12, 19,
25 ind up to SOb.
. Ben's Linen
Spaekl ahowlnj of ' Mh't Plain
Llnan rfamatiuhed HedWrhl4s
xtra flaad alx at 23o, 29 and
YOUNG MWS HIGH
Valms $3 DO to $400
NOW $129 to $3.49
We Have a Complete
1 Sock of
MEN'S. WOMENTS aM
' and FELT BOOTS
COME OVER TO SEE US
A DOLLAR SAVED IS A
SUGAR, 5 Ibs...k... 37c
10 pounds. . , ;. ... 74c
CONF. SUGAR, . 9c
MATCHES Bird's Eye
2 boxes . .'. . . . . . . . 9c
BEST BREAD FLOUR
1-8 BU. Sack. .v. .... 95c
SHAD, Vt Lb. tin. . ..
OUR OWN BLEND
COFFEE, lib...., i
PRUNES, 4(W0, Ib.. . 15c
BLUE LABEL BRAND
CATSUP, tge, bot.. . 21c
PEAS AND CORN
. - - : -. r " '
3 tans . . . , ,
Ji m mm 4
New, fancy, 1 lb . .... 23c
SPLIT SHELL AL. V
MONDS, Fancy, .1 lb. 24e
Seedless, pkfie . . . . . 1 5c
XMAS cles:; V.
24-inch v........... 20c
43 in a box. . . . , . .15c
OUR ASSORTMENT OF
AND TINWARE, PANS,
ARE THE BEST YET
quality at the .;
Braa, itO lbx. ............ 1.80 ISO
Corn. No. 1, 1 lbs. !. 8.08
Cottonsee-4 188 lb. .. 2.88 Ml
Dry Mash. 100 torn. JOS U
Floor. 88 lbs. sack 888,
Gluten. 100 k. t.iS
Hominy Chop. 108 .... I OS
linseed Heal. 100 EM. J.li
Mlddllnrs. 8t(L, 100 lb. .... 1.88
Oats No 1. SO lbs. 1.88
Poultry Grain, 100 fce. ... . tO
Timothy, bale. 108 lbs. .... 1.60
Timothy, loose. 108 Ib. .... 1.30
Wheat. 108 lb. 2.88
fengllsh walnut, t.
Braxll Nuts. B). ..
There Is a rood demand in this city
for the foUowtiur: msoges. consisting
of narols end Florid, boxed !XIes.
potatoes, celery,- English, wmmuta, Brazil
! huts, almond, fowl and .Conn- new 114
I fan. etnr. ITraisoerrie, oranr and
i potatoes are supplied freely to the tnar
1 fcets hoWi The demand aa well as the
' sunorr at present I quite satisfactory.
I tiicht strnplle of- onions and a. slowt
demand for this produ bare been the
j means of brlnclna: atmut higher prices
I on this prod not. bettvoe Is seMna; tet
! ter now due to the fact that the stock
' I more plentiful on tha markets and
I that the quality of this prodnct ha
much Unproved. The demand as well
las the supply of beef and Teal this
i week wa Terr anaatWaetory. Katlr
calve wer aot araitabla today. Firm,
et prion war the consequence ot these
fcoodiUcn. - .
annua Christmas tree Friday evening.
jn Tn acnooi ciosea rnaay icr tne Lurisi
.!( mas vacation.
The scarcity of coal Is (Treating; a rreit
.j demand for wood, which keps ths farm
ers n this vicinity ousy rupplyjix Ui
Th nranmnn!tv tr and .Trr'm.
.0I I held on Tuesday evening In the church.
There waa a large attendance and a
lengthy prosram wa carried oat very
8 .in-, hv ths nhlldren. At the rlcma
Santa Claus gave out candy and preacDta
to all the children.
At the Christmas program arranged
for the grange meeting Thursday evening
there were tableaux, drills, recitations
and soturs. and beautifully decorated
I and ladened tree with presenu for aJL
.2ti,- Hermaa EhuS had the mlsforUiaa to
35 ' break bis arm early this week.
; airs. w. a. Mawitm. spent a pan cc
the week b WUllmaatia
The breakdown on the store crusher
ha been repaired and work was resumed
AD the school closed Friday for lie
Soma of the schooVs held Chrietmaa ex
ercises on Friday afternoon.
WELL KNOWN MAKES
Dry Gbods Dep't
YOU WILL FIND YOUR
WANTS HERE, IN A
PERCALES V .
TOWELS, ETfc ;
PRICES TO SUn THE
. : purse .
CO IS IN AND LOOK AROUND--THE LARGEST STORE IN THIS SECnONTHE LARGEST STOCK OF
" - EVERYTHING IS CARRIED HERE. - - ,.
QUALITY AWAITS YOU SERVICE
"tatiU la going t reculaf
sMhrtltf .Chrlatmaa tree with pre n
! fot every good little girl aad boy la th
tillage (aeoaas mere artn x any ma
on at tha time of th year) t Through
tha effort of Jtev. Robert t)ay, paator of
Grace church and. other energetic mem
ber ot th village, H wa suggested, khd
a & feuggestloa met with hearty ap
proval th Villager . wer co-operated
with- afti the Yatitie Htm enrlne halt win
be thrown open ta lb pubUo at 8 8 p.
Th member cf Graoe efiurch. wha
! have sJwa'-a hd a CKiiMma tree for th
! member ot th Sunday school, are gog
, t bring their Christina spirit lat th
1 Rr angUe halt aiid enter mu th spirrt
of eo-operatlon. dnrpenstnt their presrinta
to their anmiMr aiongata 01 tr prrm-
enta of th ehlldrea who do not attend
It 1 an of 'th tartaft movrnht bf
Itt kind ever andertaken her, and? rher
ta great rejotdhg. Old and young have
remised to a there ta tak part In th
Ctirtomaa aong ad to lisle t th fioe
pragram that la pwpared.
IT such thing eectimi. th Bra ragn
hall wUl need to 'cover- i. tnveV larger
area." Tantae surely la forging ta thO
treat and with th atlviuv ef he psatf
rear belnf so aotleeaai it la tha ernt
wish ot ail that they w'm eoAUnue and
mirk time to the provrertf already mad.
!. Xi- wniiam Leary -hav'
Mvd treat ftteVrllt ta al J. Shea' tot-taf-ti
th Lhanoa read.'
TrM t tha beaBliriit 1o'omref
lulidair hav rtmalned In th vll aaa all
week. Walking ta ttncma'n and Vi
tatheran of holiday grttn hav been
.SUward Edgatt hhJ retarhed' ts nV
hm tn Wakefield' kftef apen'ln the
Aat two weeks m th vtTUr. iMuninc
plumbing Sxtare fek th taaement houae
aatring eomplrtloa a lunnytida
H. t. Gthbs d oa Xalph wer In Nw
toeaas. Ctitvday atieafllhg a panqaat U-ar
Thtfird chotct rf tight tenerdiont
For makir caltes, pies, pud.
dings, frosting, k cream,
sauces, fudges, hot and cold
rcf tnof 8 tKan
en Kundrad and
fortj jaari tkis
teen tlia rtandard
for panty, deli,
cacjef favor and
. i U it tharvacUj n'iall.' .
made ortr er
' tMaUitUj 1788
if Ojm Rxlpa mijm
tBw YOTJ WAWT t pat yoor bt--rk4
lefor the pub te. lif m no mt5i
tm'bcuer tia tt rough tie 4ervjut4
aolunuk f Tm uUua
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