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To-morrow 21 New Spring Suits Go On Sale At
Prices That Cannot Be Duplicated in the Future
Daring a trip to New York this week, our buyer picked up some rare bargains In new Spring wear
ing apparel for women, that will bo offered to-morrow at prices tliat should bring buyers here .despite
the unfavorable weather. Read every bit of news la tlds advertisement—it means much to you.
NEW SAMPLE SUITS IMPORTANT SKIRT NEWS
T » „ , tv . , » „ A .. . . Truly this must be the SKIRT STORE of
Just >1 In the lot, and the sizes are limited Harrisburg, for every day witnesses active buy
to 16 and 36. The materials are serges, pop- ins in this department. The extensive skirt
lins, crepes, plain and figured, Bedford cords, business which we do means a greater stock
... vi , w • 11..« than you will find elsewhere, which naturally
honeycomb, etc., in navy, black. King s blue, means a wider variety of styles, fabrics, etc.
Copenhagen, plum, etc., with linings of For to-morrow we offer—
Duchess, Beldlng's and other guaranteed satins, 167 new skirts in plain and invisible stripe
and made to sell at $lB to $3 5. On sale to- Serges, Bedford cords, diagonals, etc., made up
for us at a price from ends of materials that
you would have to pay $1.50 to $1.76 a yard
$12.98 to $20.98 f r ° 0 \- * t orth S3 - 98 ; ° n sale to ; mor ; $2.49
Other skirts in serges, diagonals, poplins.
Our regular stock of Spring garments is most Scotch plaids, etc., in a variety of light and
Qr ,rt dark shades, all the new models including the
comprehensive in point of style, quality and ono _ two and three tier stvles; worth |5 to ?10
price. Dainty new garments tailored with all Our prices,
the smartness of the new fashion decree in QQ !■« Qft
French and mannish serges. Shepherd checks, l * *r • *P •
crepes, poplins, etc., in a variety of beautiful
models and shades; worth sls to S3O. Our
PrtCM Q« to *9O Qft SILK HOSE SPECIAL
yZJ.ZJO lO y£,\J.VO We ofter to . morrow as a spe cial for the one
——————— day only choice of any SI.OO silk hose 7Q _
In our stock, including onyx, for •
SERGE DRESS SPECIAL /
We ofter you your choice to-morrow of all- BIG WAIST SPECIAL 1
wool serge dresses in black, navy. Copenhagen 45 Tub Silk Waists, a cancelled order which
and brown, collar anrl cuffs trimmed with ruch- l ' le manufacturer gave to us at a price. They
, T , , 11, in 11.. ,• come in plain shades, white, pink, Cbpenhagen,
ing and Persian silk, silk-covered buttons, satin Hnpk an ' d brown> ln a differe P nt sl * leSi
girdle, and choice of peg top or draped skirt nil in accord with the latest dictates of fashion;
models; worth $6. Special Saturday An *r\ worth $3 to $4. Special Saturday «.Q
onlv $3.49 only $1.»0
This is unquestionably the most unusual
Other serge dresses worth up to ~ waist offering we have ever made for bright,
-i,™ ~> Sin MS up-to-the-minute merchandise. As the
$lO. Our prices up to W.VO qlian tity is limited you should come early.
10-12 South Pourth Street
STAYS IN MECHAMCSBURG
Mrs. George M. Blair has been In
Mechanicsburg for over a month, tak
ing care of her mother, Mrs. L. A.
Sollenberger, who is seriously 111. Mrs.
Sollenberger is Improving somewhat in
health from day to day.
Quickly Shatters the Nervous
System lmmediate Action
When you feel irritable, tired and
despondent—when you have nervous
twltchings, specks before the eyes,
headaches, sour stomach, heartburn,
indigestion and pains in the colon and
bowels —you suffer from indigestion,
which soon develops into dyspepsia
• —the chief cause of nerve exhaustion
■—you need Mi-o-na at once.
Mi-o-na Is a specific for stomach
weakness —it goes to the seat of your
trouble and quickly and surely ends
stomach misery. It builds up and
strengthens the stomach walls and
glands, improves quickly the diges
tive system, then the vital force and
nerve energy are restored and strength
and good spirits come to the dis
couraged, rundown and weak.
Do not suffer another day. Get
a fifty cent box of Mi-o-na Tablets at
your nearest drug store—keep them
with you constantly, for this treat
ment will help you get well and strong
and immediate relief Is sure. Do
not delay—delays are not only danger
ous but needless. I f not benefited Mi
o-na costs nothing. Sold by H. C.
Kennedy and all druggists.—Adv.
Safyjnchy cSpeeJo/ ra?
Choc. Covered Orange Paste VJT\
I cm Saturday Special 29c Regularly 50c rrgr? J
SCHMIDT'S Saturday Specials
49c Washington 49c
EACH Cocktail Bouquets EACH
Made of Sweet Violets, Lace Collar and
A CHERRY IN IT
Ready-to-Wear. Fine For Vases. Saturday Only.
SCHMIDT 313 MARKET STREET
FLORIST PR. R. STATION
New designs in Turkish and huck
towels. The guest size and the large
and small sizes in new combinations
for medallions and French knots.
Free instructions with towels.
Huck toweling by the yard—ls, 18
and 22-inch widths.
IKe Wimi\S ExcWse
iKlrd Street at Herr
The Shop Individual
FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG irfSjjftg TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 20,1914.
Miss Leah Fletcher
Bride of B. J. C. Briggs
The marriage of Miss Leah D. Flet
cher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick W. Fletcher, 23 4 4 Derry street,
this city, and Benjamin J. C. Briggs,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Briggs, of Philadelphia, was a quiet
i event of Wednesday, February 18.
I The ceremony was performed in the
: Church of the Transfiguration, Phila
delphia, by the rector, the Itev. Dr.
George C. Houghton, in the presence
of the bride's mother, and her grand
father, D. W. Fletcher. The matron
of honor was Mrs. Charles Wallace
Colmery, of Newark, N. J., the bride
groom's sister, and C. W. Colmery was
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs will be "at
home" after April 1, in their new resi
dence, 5607 Pine street, Philadelphia.
The bride Is a graduate of the Cen
tral high school, class of 1908, and
i has a wide acquaintance in the city.
George Washington Fete
in Fifth Street Church
A George Washington social will be
given on Saturday afternoon and even
ing, February 21, in the social hall of
Fifth Street Methodist Episcopal
Church, by the members of Mrs. Frank
Smiley's Sunday school class. Ice
cream, home-made cakes and candy
will be on sale. There will be fancy
I work also, and a special table of food
I delicacies, tempting to the housewives,
j such as salads, pickles, preserves, jel
WEIL Kill GIRL
EIGIGED TO MAfIBY
Betrothal of Miss Laura Kings
bury and William J. Gilbert
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Klngshurg,
of this city, announce the engage
ment of their attractive young daugh
ter, Miss Laura Kingsbury, to John
S. H. Gilbert, of Montclair, N. J., for
merly of Brooklyn.
Miss Kingsbury in a popular mem
ber of the younger social set and a
singer of more than local celebrity.
Mr. Gilbert is a member of an old
New York family and a grandson of
the late Rev. Dr. Lyman Gilbert, a
distinguished Presbyterian minister of
Brooklyn. Mr. Gilbert was educated
at the Polytechnic Institute of Brook
lyn and the New York Nautical Col
lege. He was at sea for several years,
part of the time as an officer in the
auxiliary forces of the United States
Navy, in the West Indies, during the
Spanish-American War. At present
Mr. Gilbert is in the insurance busi
ness in this city.
"The Fire Brigade"
Rehearsals Going On
The principal characters to assist
Captain DeLong in the coming pro
duction of his great fire play, "The
Fire Brigade," which is to be present
ed at the Majestic Theater, matinee
and night on Thursday, March 12, un
der the auspices of the Firemen's
Union of Harrisburg, have been secur
ed, and are being rehearsed in the par
lors of the Mt. Vernon Hook and Lad
der Company four nights each week.
Captain DeLong is well pleased with
the talent secured for him, and can
guarantee a perfect production. The
other talent necessary to complete the
cast of fifty people, will be secured as
fast possible and placed under re
hearsal. Horses, fire apparatus and
twenty uniformed firemen will play
quite an important part in this pro
duction, the fire fighters will be chosen
from each of the fourteen companies
comprising the city fire department.
SAILING FOR GERMANY
William O. Bau, of 1324 Penn street,
formerly timekeeper for the Elliott-
Fisher Typewriter Company, now
passenger car inspector at the Penn
sylvania Railroad station, will sail
from New York city Monday, Febru
ary 23, for Europe. Mr. Bau will visit
relatives in Germany and after re
turning to this country will visit at
Cleveland and St. Louis before coming
RUG nunc PM
FROM ACHING MIS
Rub Soreness, Stiffness and Pain
Away in a Few Moments
OLD TIME RHEUMATISM OIL
Instant Relief—No Waiting—Get
a Small Trial Bottle of
St. Jacobs Oil
Stop "dosing" Rheumatism.
It's pain only; not one case in fifty
requires internal treatment. Rub
soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil"
right on the "tender spot," and by the
time you say Jack Robinson—out
conies the rheumatic pain and distress.
St. Jacobs Oil conquers pain! It is
a harmless local rheumatism cure
which never disappoints and doesn't
burn or discolor the skin. It takes
1 pain, soreness and stiffness from ach
| ing joints, muscles and bones; stops
1 sciatica, lumbago, backache, neuralgia
i and reduces swelling.
Limber up! Get a small trial bottle
|of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs Oil"
} from any drug store, and in a mo
! ment you'll be free from pain, aches
' [Other Pergonals on Page 7.]
MEN MING OF
MR. Hi MRS. FREE
Hold Family Reunion on Fiftieth
Anniversary of Their
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Free, of
1827 Park street, happily celebrated
I the fiftieth anniversary of their mar
riage, Tuesday, February 17, with a
family reunion, attended by their chil
dren and grandchildren. Oifts. flowers
and hosts of congratulatory cards
were received. The day was spent in
various ways and a buffet supper was
served to the evening visitors.
Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Free, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Free, Williamsport; Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Bair, Williamsport; Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Bair, Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Free, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Free
and Miss Miriam Free, of Harrisburg;
Mrs. I. B. Free, New Buffalo; Mrs.
Ferdinand Holler and Mrs. H. C.
llortinK. of Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs.
Will Toomey, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed
and Mrs. Alfred Fletcher, of Steelton;
Miss Adda Bair, Miss Hazel Bair, Miss
Ardell Bair and Ernest Zarlng, of
Liverpool; Marshal Free and Otho
Hair, of Williamsport; John Grass
man, of Harrisburg; Dr. Harry Wal
mor, of Millersburg; Master Arnold
Bair, Kenneth Bair, Haxry Free, Nel
son Free, David Free, Melvin Free and
Miss Claire Free.
The adult Bible class will meet Fri
day evenins at 8 o'clock to continue
the study of the Gospel according to
Matthew; the lesson text being Mat
thew, 18: 21-31; topic, "A Lesson on
Forgiveness." The class is conducted
by the general secretary. Time con
sumed with the lesson about one hour.
Ail who are interested in Bible study
are invited to attend.
The boys' Bible class will metet Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock in the
gymnasium. Subject of study, "Heroes
of Israel." The class is conducted by
the physical director. All boys be
tween the ages of 10 and 16 may at
tend and remain for the phvslcal ex
ercises which follow.
The men's Gospel meeting to be held
Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock will
be addressed by rtie Rev. Harrv Nel
son Bassler, pastor of the Second Re
formed Church. The character of the
address will be- evangelistic. Doors
open at 3 o'clock. .
On Sunday evening at 6 o'clock will
occur the regular Gospel meeting in
the Harrishurg Hospital, fofr the ben
efit of the patients and nurses, under
the direction of W. H. Davidson and
Central High School Notes
of Timely Interest
The girls' varsity team, chaperoned
by Miss Edna Bowers, faculty advisor
of girls' athletics, will leave for
Downingtown Saturday morning at
9.24 o'clock. The team, which in
cludes the following members, will be
accompanies by "Ike" McCord,
referee, and Miss Susan Shaffer, busi
ness manager: Beatrice Hinkle,
"Billy" Shaffer, Helen Rauch, Clodlne
Melville, Margaret Vellder, Lillian
Kamsky and Helen Hampton.
Chaper exercises will be held on
Tuesday and Friday of next week.
Condition examinations will begin
on Monday, March 2; Latin examina
tions for all upper classmen and his
tory examinations for freshmen.
Hear J. Edmund Skiff
in Song Recital, Monday
The program for the song recital by
J. Edmund Skiff for Monday evening
at Fahnestock Hall, promises a musi
cal treat, as its wide variety of songs
must give pleasure to all. There will
be selections from German, French
and Old English, as well as two
groups of songs by present-day
Mr. Skiff in his former recitals has
always been listened to with great
interest and he will undoubtedly be
greeted by a full house on Monday
AT METHODIST PARSONAGE
Miss Edith V. Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Smith, 187 North
Fifteenth street, and Joseph Basehore,
of Ebenezer, Pa., were married Thurs
day afternoon, February 19, at the
parsonage of the Stevens Memorial
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1311
Vernon street, by the minister, the
Rev. Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker. A
wedding dinner was served in the
evening at 8 o'clock, at the home of
the bride, 187 North Fifteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Basehore will be at
home in Ebenezer. Pa.
Luncheon guests of Mrs. John Dens
lager, Jr., at her residence, 113 South
Front street, yesterday, had the pleas
ure of meeting her mother, Mrs. Con
ley, of New York.
Lilacs and daffodils formed the dec
orations and the guests were Mrs.
James Henry Darlington, Mrs. A. Wil
son Norrls, Mrs. William Watts Gal
bralth, Mrs. Richard J. Haldeman,
Miss Caroline Pearson and Miss Mary
BRACKEN TODD IN TOWN
Bracken Todd, of Brownsville, ar
rived in this city to-day to attend the
assembly this evening and spend the
week-end with Ills uncle, the State
executive controller, Samuel Clay
baugh Todd, at the Etter apartments.
STATE SENATOR JONES
OF ALTOONA, IS MARRIED
Special to The Telegraph
Altoona, Pa.. Feb. 20.—State Sen
ator Enos Jones, of this city, repre
senting the Blair-Huntingdon counties
district in tho upper branch of the
Pennsylvania Legislature, was married
this evening to Miss Edith Winter at
the home of the bride by the Rev. W.
P. Van Fries. The bridegroom is one
of the influential Republican leaders
in this part of the State.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Winter, the father being a
leading local merchant. The couple
left shortly after the ceremony for
New York, from where they sail on
Saturday for the West Indies and
Senator Jones is well known here,
at the Harrisburg Club, and has visit
ed in many of the homes of the city.
AT COLLEGE HOUSE PARTY
Miss Margaret R. Boas and Miss
Margaret K. HofTman are attending
the Junior class festivities at Gettys
burg this week and next week leave
to be guests at tho S. A. E. house
i party at State College.
w., B. &W. | W., B. &W. | W., B. W.
To-morrow (Saturday) the Last Day
SLIDING SCALE SALE
I he greatest bargains ever offered in Harrisburg if the style, newness, workmanship, qual
ity and fit are considered—not a few garments, but hundreds—not only a few kinds, but every
kind. Suits, Coats, Dresses, Evening Gowns, Skirts, Furs, Raincoats, Serge-lined Coats, Cape
Coats for evening, afternoon and street wear—both Harrisburg stores Main, 202 Walnut;
W., B. &W. Annex, 311 Walnut street. Don't miss the last day of S. S. S. Don't allow bad
walking to keep you away.
For Saturday only we place into Sliding Scale Sale all ofooru r
hundreds of new arrivals—Spring Suits, Gowns, Dresses, Waists,
Coats, Silk Petticoats, Top Skirts in newest large plaids, etc., at
one-fifth off—2o per cent.
Don't miss it—make us prove our assertions in this ad. concerning the wonderful bargains.
We must and will sell every garment at some price and knock the "high cost of living cry" into
a three-cocked hat.
17.50 garments, reduced to 15.00; Saturday $2.74 J4.85 garments, reduced to $2.25; Saturday |U4
10.00 garments, reduced to $5.00; Saturday .... $2.74 s*>"6 garments, reduced to $4.50; Saturday 92.42
12.50 garments, reduced to $6.75; Saturday .... $3.70 $0.95 garments, reduced to $4.75; Saturday $2.61
UTo ESSES: r rtiZH\°o GotoW., B. & W. Annex. 311 Walnut
fsoloo iarmernl: "duced to feoo! :::: &1? f rcet ' , for ! owest I jr,( ; ed garments—Women's,
$35.00 garments, reduced to $19.50; Saturday ... $10.02 Misses and Children s Coats, Serge Dresses
$42.50 garments, reduced to $19.50; Saturday ... $10.02 c , . , c ... r, ... . ~r • . ° ,
$47.60 garments, reduced to $22.50; Saturday ... $12.25 '°P Skirts, Silk I ettlCOatS, \\ aiStS, etc.
$4,.50 garments, reduced to $21.50; Saturday ... $11.71 HIGHER PRICED GAIUIEf.TS SAME PROPORTION.
Witmer, Bair Witmer
202 arid 311 Walnut Street
HOLDS SILVER TEA
Sale at St. Paul's Episcopal Church
The Junior Auxiliary of St. Paul's
church. Second and Emerald streets,
will give a silver tea to-morrow after
noon, from 3 to 5 o'clock in the guild
room of the church, and will also have
a sale of homemade cakes and can
Miss Esther Coates and Miss Mary]
Harsh will have charge of the tea
tt-ble, Miss Martha Bay of the candy
table and Mis:. Jennie Hirsli of the
cake table. The younger girls will
serve, the tea and chocolate.
CENTRAL HIGH STUDENTS ENJOY
SLEIGH RIDE TO HCMMELSTOWN
Central high school students took a
sleigh ride to Hummelstown last
evening. The young people were chap
eroned by Mrs. Charles Froehlich and
Mrs. Ross. A supper of chicken and
waffles was served on their arrival at
the Central Hotel.
The party consisted of Miss Eliza
beth Dill, Miss Catherine Peters; Miss
Catherine Kelker, Miss Miriam Hall,
Miss Mary VVitmer, Miss Gertrude Ed
wards, Robert Rinkenbach, Clarence
Cooper, William Hilton, Charles
Greenawalt, Samuel Froehllch, Ed
When the Sicmach
Goes Back to Work
Then Is the Whole System Glad.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
Will Quickly Put the
Stomach In Shape
When the stomach fails to do its
work properly the whole machine of
man is unstrung and wholly incapable
of work. This condition obtains from
the tiniest nerve to the big, strong,
It is a wise law of nature that has
made the stomach man's strongest or
gan, but when it stops work man ought
to realize that it does so because it
can continue no longer.
"Hoornj! Stuart'* DyHpepnln Tablets
Are the Ileal Appetite Urlngera."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will cer
tainly give the stomach the repair it
needs and is always crying aloud for.
A tablet taken after each meal will
in the course of several hours become
a portion of the digestive fluids. It
will build up these fluids. First in the
stomach, then in the intestines.
The liver is the storehouse of the
body. Here are assembled all the re
serve fluids of the system and here the
various ingredients of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets mingle with the faulty nat
ural juices and strengthen them or If
they are too strong then they will be
reduced to their proper strength and
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
a single Ingredient, one grain of which
is sufficient to digest 3,000 grains of
food. Just think how gratefully such
an element is received into a body that
cannot digest at all without a new
weakening of the already depleted
Go to your druggist this very day
and obtain a box of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets, price, 50 cents. A week's
trial will make you a new man and
your stomach will go back to work.—
' H. SHEFER '
Fur dealer of New York, has taken
over management and inteerst of
the REX COMPANY, clothing and
cloaks and suits. 926 NORTH THIRD
STRKET. Will offer for next Satur
day a special sale of Indies' Coats
at $2.98. Call and inspect our
has removed his pnrlors from 912 N.
I Third St. to 90S N. Second St.
ONE HUNDRED GUESTS
AT THE COLONIAL CLUB
Undiscouraged by the snow and rain
nearly a hundred people attended the
festivities at the Colonial Country Club
The Ladies' Advisory Board is de
lighted with the success of the event,
which was a card party and subscrip
Pussy willows and daffodils were
in the floral display and a buffet sup
per was served. The Updegrove or
chestra played for the dancing.
The prize winners in Ave hundred
were, Mrs. VonHoffs and Mr, Wheeler.
Gifts for bride were awarded to Mrs.
Charles Nelson Fry and George P.
To-morrow's Bargains Will
Make To-morrow Impcrlant
Just to stir up enthusiasm here to-morrow we are
including with Fall and Winter merchandise many new
things at reduced prices. To-morrow will be just as
important to you as you make it, depending wholly on
your coming here.
The newest spring tailored suits, Men's black and fancy silk muf
the newest colors, Copenhagen, flers, values up to 75c. Saturday
blue, tango, tan and navy, tfQ OQ only, morning sales to 1
worth sls. Saturday *Pv/.OC m _ pucj, DC
Ladles' newest white Jap QO. Full pack all sizes gold eye 1 _
silk waists, each UOv sewing needles. Pack
Wednesday only, morning sales; . 5' ac " e , 8 fa ' lc >' s°c kimono dress
up to Ip. m., Bovs' $5 value winter! , K . Saturday spe- 1
overcoats, all sizes, 1 OQ i e , _
each ipl.O? Boys sleds. Satur- 2^l*
Less than half cost Saturday I '' new ' winter ' 'overcoats;
only morning sales up to 1 p. m. worth $5 00 To ,
Ladies black dress skirts, (J9 C I all winter coats $1,170
ca j Ladies' pleated Dutch collars,
Saturday only, special morning ' formerly 10c to s2sc. 1 _
sales, 10 to 11 a. m., 10c glazed [ Saturday 1C
skirt cambric lining, l_ j Leather tip police suspend- Q_
yard ers " Saturday special, pair....
Men's fast black 25c silk hose, \ Ladies' embroidered starched
morning sales up to 12 1 1 _ collars. Saturday spe- Al/.r'
o'clock, pair *■ * c cial /? c
»oS? ! l,. h 'So,.rup infill- /TeSl/foh".. 49c
JSSL" ana 18c i b ,o'S2"" s „SS. . 10c
V i VV ' V Boys' heavy winter suits, dark
Afternoon special, . to 5 p. m., wool mixed coats and pants, worth
ladies' natural linen trimmed house up to $5.00. Satur- no
dresses; worth $2.00; TQr* (,a '' ••• •' Jpl-S/O
each Girls' SI.OO dresses, broken lots
Saturday. Ladies'new dress skirts, of several styles, sizes up to
all-wool serge and fancy checks; 14 years. Saturday HUC
worth up to 1 no Ladies SI.OO full length, perfect
$5.00 «pi.2/0 model corset, 7Qr>
Extra size shirt waists for stout ea £t® „
women, sizes 46, 48 and 50. Hand- .., snlpf !,, U P *° 1 P- m
some embroidered fronts, OA ' ace veiling, e
Each «P I I >' ar< * OC
e , ,- A Extra special, ladies' 50c value,
$1.60 wool sweaters, corsets with 4 lioso n/\
mostly medium sizes. Saturday j porters' Tac h 29c
half price and less. gQ c The well-known R. &G. corsets
Girls' 's2.oo' vaiue winter' dresses, I ft™ m ° <le,S ' $ 1.00
sizes to 14 years, Saturday " E "xt?a special' ladles'
'' lii' ' i long crepe kimonos, always worth
Girls all-wool French serge ?1 00 a «, , 5 s _
dresses, worth up to $5.00. Sizes I *i al eacn. hpe gtjC
dav- 4 JearS " Satur " JfcJ va,ue . new lot manufacturers
each Saturday spe- yg j flUkk ' S » ,Ur - $1.49
Men's new corduroy caps, OC. i__
with ear warmers, each I|J C* 1 _ _£
Ladies' winter coats, oxford mix-I l\ll|j||||3 OTP Of
ed and fancy trimmed, tfJO A jjk ' ■>/«* w*
formerly $lO. Saturday.,
Ladies' long black winter coats, 1 f
always in style, all sizes Saturday JVltCheil (jOOUS
$2.79, $3.98, $4.89, ScUmßohlln .
$7.89 and $9.89 »•» •••••■ l Jf
_ , 10c wooden ware
Ladies new crepe bloomers, pieces /2^
e W ach e . and . COl ° rß '. 49C j 10c egg beaters. Rummage 5c
Mens heavy winter gloves dou- ® * ' '
ble thick knit motormen's Ca ! $lO lemon squeezers. Rum- C_
and drivers' delight, pair OUC | mage sale
Saturday special, Men's new 10c meat choppers. Rum- C
$1.50 worsted trousers, side QQ-, mage sale **C
buckles, 4 pockets I7OC 25c wool drawer leggings. C_
Saturday special, Indies' $1.50 Rummage sale OC
value, French hair switches, /;q_ Iron meat saws. Rummage C_
full size, each OUC gale
Men's line $1.50 silk plush caps, 10c kitchen wire goods. C.,
with inside ear protec- aq ! Rummage sale
tors *7oC 10c imitation cut glass Ol / _
Sacrificing boys' SI.OO heavy ox- dishes. Rummage sale /2S'
ford wool sweater coats. ACk** 10c decorated vases. Rum- C-
Saturday special \ i *Z/C mage sale wC
Saturday onlj', half price and 10c large glass pitchers. C-.
less, children's all wool leg- C Each
Kings, pair OC ! uo glass sauce dishes.
Boys' gray, roll collar sweater Each
coats; worth 3 9c. on 10c decorated lamp chim- C_
Saturday £,£iQ. le y ß
Saturday only, one lot Men's 10c ash trays. Ql/_
lined leather gloves. 1 Q f2\
pair 11/ C joc lunch boxes. oj/ n
Morning sales, special up to li /2 C
p. m Women's sl6 value /\rt I 10c f a "t:y shelf ornaments. C 0
tailored suits, each Each
SMITH'S, 412 MarketSt
OF WILLIAM C. THOMPSON
William C. Thompson, of 247 Hum
mel street, was given a party last even
ing in celebration of his birthday. The
house decorations were appropriate to
[Washington's Birthday and each guest
received a quaint favor.
Supper was served to Miss Ada Kep
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bierbower.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gowdard, of Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bogar, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Kepford. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tittle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Shank, Sir. and Mrs. W. C. Thompson,
Mrs. Snoddy, Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Shank, Clark Shank, Hiram Shank.
Thelma, Willis and Ethel Mary