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GARY SAYS U..S. SHOULD HAVE LABORCONTROL Class Discrimination Hurts General Interests Declares Steel Baron. SEW YORK. April 19.—Labor should : be subjected to governmental control and regulation like other organizations, Judge ; Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the United j States Steel corporation, said today in : outlining the company’s stand on uuioue at the annual meeting of stockholders. ‘•Discrimination by law in favor of or against any particular class is detrimental to the interests of the general com munity,” Gary said. “it contradicts the fundamental princi ples of our government.’* Gary reiterated the intention of the • -ompany to maintain the open shop. ”tVe believe and we think the public is of the same opinion, that welfare of mankind will not be promoted by the ‘one big union’ idea.” he said. CITY’S FAIR ONES SHY AT “JEANS” They’ll Wear Calicos, but ‘Nix* on the Overalls. % Overalls failed to make their appear ance in the local freight office of the Pennsylvania railroad today, ns had been planned. The girls will dou calico dresses and the men denim clothing next Saturday, according to May Lang, sponsor for the movement. Only two of the girls who signed the agreement Saturday to adopt the new clothing have signified their intention of ’ backing down,” she said. labor Files Protest. HUNTINGTON, W. Va„ April 19. The Central Trades and Labor Union of Huntington has odopted a resolution protesting against formation of “overalt clubs.” The union held that increased demand for denims would result in in creased prices, and thus work a- hard ship on persons forced to wear overalls by the nature of their employment. “Overall Day" jn Atlanta. ATLANTA, April 19.—With nearly .■.OOO names appended to the overall club list, business and professional men. clerks, workmen and men in all walks of life appeared today, the official open ing “overall day,” wearing the denim on the streets and at work to a number ettimated at between 7.000 and 8.000. Governor Dons “Jean*.” • BOISE, Idaho, April 19. —Gov. D. W. Davis and his entire cabinet appeared on the job at the statehouse today clad in overalls. Members of the local lodge of Elks have signed an agreement to wear denim. Legion Posts Back Plan. DETROIT. April 19.—The fourteen Wayne county American legion posts will back the overall club idea. The Wayne county council of the legion at its meet ing yesterday decided to ask each post to urge members to join the movement. LOW GAS BRINGS COLD NOON JAVA Pressure Xot Sufficient to Heat Food in Restaurants. Noon-day lanrken Wt the pinrh of the rnilr<ad ticup in many restaurant* today when their coffee was served cold. Shortare of caS in'.the 'TtiV'tl&rvTi <MS frict was responsible _ . _ Officials of th" Oitlkens* tins Company •aid th"y were making a (letemiined es- , * ! - dve 'h* - al shortage in order | that pas consumption rules mipht be made less ririd. but no hopeful develop ments were announced. ‘. : - -aks ve-e the rule in most r ■ v ; J... p waits were neces sary to pet steaks even in that form. * CITS S.IORT SI'XUU KKST Householders suffered hardship yester day wh**t they were f->r<"ed to forego the customary Sunday morninp sleep in order to pet warm breakfasts betwee:- the hours of r>:3o and 7:50 when the pas pressure was sufficient for cookitip. At Thompson's dairy lunchrooms today coal oil stoves were improvised to h<uit coffee. other restaurants used eoal or kerosene to overcome the difficulty J. It. Forrest, vice president and gen eral nianaper of pas cuinpanv. left today for Cincinnati to confer with railroad officials on getting delayed shipments of coal throuph to Indianapolis. STRICT ECONO MV IS NECESSARY. Gas company officials are urpinp strict economy in consumption and point out that the company is losinp money by not selling ail the pas available and then closing down, but that the welfare of the community depends on continuous operation. t Pressure for cooking is maintained be tween the hours of ii:. - ?* and 7:3rt a in . 11 a. m. to 1 p. in. and 5 to 7 p. in. Crossing Crash Fatal to Three in Indiana Special to The Times. TKRRE HA PTE. Ind., April 19.—A fourth death was expected today in the io-rident at Burnett, tiearTiere, yesterday when three Iti an automobile bound for Sunday school were killed by a Big Four passenger train. Physicians express little hope for the recovery of I.irha Hayne, 9, daughter of Mr*. Krith Hayne of Burnett, who was instantly killed. * Mrs Evan Davis of Terre Haute and • Miss Crauipee of Xew Goshen also •ere kiiied. Freight ears on a siding obscured the lew of the railroad tracks. | DECAYED TEETH j •* ul -ikr Your Appeurance anti Impair tour Health. Let our dental experts make them * sound ainl attractive so you will re tain your good appearance and } health. Pur charges are reasonable I one terms easy to pay. I New York Dentisis I 41 East Washington Street 204 SAKS BUILDING 1 ' 11 1 ■■ mt “Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets’' (p-sfcSh'crvt'' Bonus for Flat ‘Ad’ Costs SJOJn Court WINNIPEG, Canada, April 19. Canadian courts are bolding out the helping hand to the poor renter. Charles Smith, apartment build ing janitor, was fined $lO and costs for “profiteering.” He advertised an apartment for rent to the one offering the “highest bonus.” V J 36,000 VOTE ON NEW RAILSTRIKE (Continued From Page One.) recognize the Yardmen’s association to day. They exhibited a telegram from A. E. Clift, general manager of the Illinois Central lines, saying that reports of pro posed conferences between yardmen and railroad officials were unfounded. REFUSES TO TREAT WITH REBEL STRIKERS WASHINGTON. April 19.—A1l terns of the law, under which the railroad labor board is created must be complied with by organizations of railroad employes be fore grievances can be brought before the board, It was announced today by the board in a formal statement. The ruling of the board was made when S. J. McDougall of the St. Louis Yardmen’s union and Edward McHugh of New York appeared as representatives of the “outlaw strikers" to ask im mediate wage increases. CALL NEW YORK STRIKE ENDED NEW YORK. April I#.—With passenger service on all lines practically norma! and freight moving in volume, railroad officials joined today in declaring the strike around New York Is definitely ended. Officials of all roads reported that the back-to-work movement over Sunday was very large. The roads today began to fill the plsces of those employes who failed to return. CLUBWOMEN AID CITY GARDENERS Club women of Indianapolis will band together to assist the Patriotic Gardener’s association in obtaining empty lota for garden purposes, it was announced today following a conference between repre sentatives of clubs and Harry Miesse. secretary of the association. Mrs. William Blodgett was appointed chairman of a general committee to guide the work of clubs in assisting the garden ers. The committee will be composed of the presidents or chairmen of the thrift com mittees of the various local clubs. Those who expressed an interest in the work at today's meeting were Mrs. John D. Johnson, chairman of the Federation of Women's Cinbs in the Seventh dis trict : Mrs. George Dixon, chairmnn of the civic committee of the Pa rent-Teach ers Federation, and Mrs. W. H Hart, president of the Housewives' league. About 300 vacant lots for gardening purposes are needed by the ai-sooiatlon. according to Mr. Mioase, and an effort is being made to obtain permission to use all vacant property in the city. A meeting of the general committee will be called in a few days to complete a plan of campaign, according to Mrs. Blodgett. We Offer and Recommend 10,000 Shares 7% Tax Free Preferred Stock 7% and 10,000 Shares Tax Free Common Stock of Meyer-Kiser Corporation Indianapolis, Indiana Par value Preferred Stoek ~...5100,00 Par Value Common stock 10.00 Preferred Stock draws 7% cumulative dividends payable January, April, July and October Ist. Callable at 102 • . . ) Preferred Stock, $1,000,000 Capitalization j Common Stock, 500,000 Price: One Share Preferred Stock j aa plus accrued dividend on the One Share Common Stock j 1 i/U Preferred Stock Organization and Purpose \ Sinking Fund * The Meyer-Kiser Corporation has been organized 15% of the net earnings must he used to take up not under'the laws of the State of Indiana to engage in less than 3 nor more than 7 per cent, of the preferred the general business of buying and selling Mercantile stoek each year, beginning with 1023. An additional paper and securities, and will handle certain branches 15% of the net earnings must be set aside each year for , r s ti )e business heretofore successfully carried on by the either (1) redemption of preferred stoek or, <2> addition Meyer-Kiser Bank. to the company’s surplus. Management /Vo p rom otion or Underwriting Fees The Management ol the new company vull be the There will be no underwriting expense nor promotion >ame as that which has successfully conducted the f eeg in conrie w ith this issue. Neither will any of Meyer-Kiser Ban.i. All common stock of the new com- e gecur jtj es now owned by the Meyer-Kiser Bank be panv other than that offered herewith will he purchased merged with, or sold to the new corporation. The new and owned by the stockholders o( the Meyer-Kiser Bank. corporation, however, will start immediately with as- Earn : nps sured earnings and with an organization of the very high . . . P ,, ~ est grade and of recognized ability. , , The automobile loan department of the Meyer-Kiser ° * Bank, which will be taken over in its entirety alone .. showed net earnings for the year ending April Ist, 1920, Legality and Audit of over $300,000. This represents over four times the AM details of the organization of the company and the dividend requirements of the preferred stoek, leaving a issuance of the preferred and common stock will be ap balance available for dividends on the common stock of proved by Smith, Remster, Hornbrook & Smith, Indian over 45% of the par vhlue thereof. apolis. Accounts audited by Ernst & Ernst. We unreservedly recommend this stock for conservative investment and call attention to the fact that this is the first opportunity the general public has had to participate in the earnings of the Meyer-Kiser Organization. Subscriptions may be wired or telephoned at our expense. We reserve the right to allot subscriptions in the order in which they are received. DETAILED CIRCULAR ON REQUEST MEYER-KISER BANK, Indianapolis , Indiana CHURCHES WAR ON SELFISHNESS Object of Fund Movement De fined by Dr. Poteat. To purge men’s minds of selfishness and substitute good will in the world, Is the program the Interchurch World Movement expects to bring about, Dr. E. M. Poteat, secretary of the prayer and stewardship department of the North ern Baptist convention, told 125 business m'on of Indianapolis today in an address following a luncheon at the Claypool hotel. “World dominion, another way of speaking of selfishness, has been preached by many nations,” said Dr. Potrat, “and even Matthias Erzberger, who signed the armistice on behalf of Germany, has warned his country that the world war was only an episede in lbe struggle with the Anglo-Saxon race for world dominion. i “The Intarchurch World .Movement focuses men's attention on this clenn-up of the world,” declared Dr. Poteat, “and It will prevent the next war if you men help unite in a spirit of service, indi vidually and nationally’.” Dr. Potest will speak at the First Baptist church tonight. R. H. Mnrkham of the survey depart ment of the Interchurch World Move ment, will give a stereoptican lecture. At a luncheon attended by about fifty women at the Chamber of Commerce todsy. Miss Helen Munroe, dean of a mission school at Yokohoma, Japan, spoke. Mrs. Effle L. Cunningham. Indiana women’s chairmnn of the Interchurch World Movement, presided at the lunch eon. Dr. Poteat also spoke to the women. Indiana’s Travelers in Membership Drive T. P. A. members are out this week to achieve a goal of 10,000 new members in Indiana. E. A. Hartman of New Albany, state chairman of the membership committee of the Traveler's Protective association, conferring with members of post B, In dianapolis. Saturday and Sunday, was assured that the local post would not cease its efforts until Its goal has been attained. Twenty-six new snemliera have been added to post B. The campaign is being directed from the headquarters of the club In the Knights of Pythias building. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Cood Creates an appetite, aids diges tion, purifies the blood, promotes assimilation bo as to secure full* nutritive value of food, and to give strength to the whole system. Nearly 50 years’ phenomenal Bales tell the story of the remarka ble merit and success of Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It is just the medi cine you need this season. ‘ —Advertisement. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY APRIL 19, 1920. SHOWS PLANNED BY GATLING T UB Three Performances of ‘Black Art? to Be Given Soon. Indianapolis will have three nights of “Black Art” on April 29, SO and May 1. The Spring Rains Bring Grippe This sort of weather brings colds and grippe. If it’s just a common cold people say, “there's no danger in that ! n But many a fatal sickness begins vrfth a cold —with vital ity weakened the system rs ready for the Influenza germs. Begin early to ward off the attack. Purge the system of the toxins (poisons) by taking castor oil, or a vegetable laxative made of Mayapple, leaves of aloe; and jalap, rolled into sugar-coated pills and to be had at all drug stores as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. v If the cold starts with a cough, and it persists then some local treatment for this condition should be taken. A well known alterativ e extract which has been on the market for a great many years, and which has been highly recom mended by thousands of users, is Dr. Pierced Golden Medi cal Discovery. Tiiis tonic compound is composed of an extract of roots and herbs without alcohol, and has a soothing effect upon the mucous membrane, allays the irritation and at the same time works in the proper and reasonable way, at the seat of the trouble —the stagnated or poisoned blood. Cat Your Tire Bills in Half! Shipped Direct to Your Home! PRICE LIST OF AUTO TIRES (RE-BUILT AND HU-TREADED) GUARANTEED 6,000 MILES If a lire fall* to give 6,000 mile*' service, we will replace If with another tire for one-half the original price listed below. WE PREPAY WHIPPING CHARGE*. PROMPT SHIPMENTS. Tire* are all Non-Skid Tread*. Tube* are Standard Make “Second*.” i PRICK ' 1 I BRICE j Tire* Tubes i j Tire* _ Tube* 30x3 ~ : $11.75 $2.23 33x44 | $23.95 $4.25 30x.<4 1.3 95 2.45 34x4 4 24.93 4.35 32x34 11.95 2.00 33x44 25 70 4.43 I 31x4 18.45 3.35 3*lx4 4 25.93 4.50 32x4 18.05 340 33x5 28.25 5.20 33x4 | 19.43 3,45 i 37x5 29.93 j 5.40 34x4 I mDC 3,33 j NOTE—Tlif* price* can be supplied In Fabric* ONLY, and In no site otltrr than listed nboie. Shipped by Prepaid Fxpre** or Tart-el Pnt. *ubjeet to examination (be fore acteptanee) to any part of the United State*. We fake all the rlk of plealng yon. AUTO TIRE CLEARING HOUSE 34 North West Street. liidlunapoll*. Ind. Cirri# 1317, The Gatling Gun club, a Shriner*’ organization, which fostered “Slippery Gulch,” will conduct the entertainment, with the assistance of the Indiana Magical fraternity, at the Athenaeum. Indiana magicians, both professional and amateur, will give exhibitions. The Gatling Gun cluß will give an exhi bition each evening, and each performance will be followed by a dance. Our Boys’ Section offers savings In Boys’ Cloth ing and Pnr nlshlngs. Store Hours —Daily, S: 30 a. m. to 5:30 p. nr. Spring Styles at Modest Cost Umbrellas, $3.98 Women’s 26-inch umbrellas, of Union taffetas. Paragon frame and ivory tip baklite white or col ored handles, except ional value at $3.98 Gloves, $1.98 a Pair 16-button length white silk gloves with double fihger tips and self em broidered backs, $1.98 a pair. Veils, SI.OO To protect your face from the sharp spring winds, large diamond mesh Shet land drape veils, with fancy border, in gold, copen, purple and navy. Special SI.OO each. Ribbons, $1.59 a Yard Tapestry Ribbons. 8 Inches wide, for making bags, cami soles, etc., $2.25 values, at $1.59 a yard. ■ Knit Underwear Specials FjVery Garment Perfect Women s knitted union suits of pure white cotton, low neck ind sleeveless, wide knee with lace ed*e or tight fitting knee. Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. at 65*c a suit. Sizes 46. 48 and 50. 85* a suit. Women s light weight knit ted cotton bloomers, in white and pink, 59*. Women's low neck, and sleeveless vests in white and pink bodice style with ribbon shoulder straps. 39* to 75*. Women's pink union suits with glove silk tops, bodice style with ribbon shoulder straps. 1*1.76 a uult. Boys’ light weigh* ribbed white cotton union suits, short sleeve, knee length, age 4 to 6, 49* a suit. —Goldstein's —Main Floor. Vanity Box, $5.00 —All leather vanity l>x In navy brown, gray and black, fitted with powder box, mirror, lip stick holder and smelling salts bottle, poplin lined, extra Inside pocket, *5 •OO each. Handkerchiefs, 25c —Women s crepe de chine hand kerchiefs, In a large assortment of patterns and colors. 545* each. —Goldstein I *, Main Floor. NO MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES Everything Fresh, Genuine, of the Purest and Best QuaMty. Prices Subject to Change Without Notice, Another Big Cut in the Price of Drugs. A SAMPLE OF DIFFERENCE IN REGULAR AND HAAG’S PRICES 25c Alcock * Porous Plasters l®° 7.5 c Alophen Fills. 100 *I.OO Albohne Oil ‘l® 35c Analag*lc Balm -* c 75c AnalfcAcalC Balm Bengue ®9 *I.OO Aspirin Tablets. 100. 5 gr 450 23c Bellans 7-V He liana 25 Belladonna Plaster *I.OO Bltro Phosphate 85c 25c Beech am Pills 30c Borden's Eagle Milk. 2 for 4*<- 30c Beil’s Pine Tar and Honey 210 41.00 Bliss Native Herb Tablets... .7 lc 23c Burkhardt's Veg. Tablets . .i®e' 3f>c Brorno Seltzer ?3c 00c Brorno Seltzer 46e 40 Castoria, Fletcher's 29c j *1.25 Cadotnene Tablets 9*c <S3c Capudine 25C Calomel Tablets, 100 any 51ze...100 BOe Caseara Arom. Sweet, 3 oz 250 BOe caseara, Bitter. 3 oz 25c 50e Caseara Cathartic, Hinkle's 84c 28c Celery Vesce I9e 50c Celery Y'eacc 390 SI.OO Celery Vesce 740 15c Carbolic Acid 10c I 25c Carter's Little Liver Pills 190 1 35c Coregn 29o 1 30c Clayton's Mange Remedy 89c! 50c Clayton's Dog Remedies Sto i 35c Castor Oil. ’Kellog's 23<- 1 (We Castor Oil, Kellog's 3e j 50c Cuticuxa Ointment 30c 500 Camphorated Oil 25c ! 50c Camphor Spirits 25c ! 75c Q-Ran Hair Color Restorer 50c $1.25 JS’ewbro’s Herplclde hc 1 25c Colorlte, 12 Colors, each 19c I HOT WATER BOTTLES, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES AND COMBINATIONS AT CUT PRICES HAAG’S Drug Store, 156 N. Illinois St., is only 6 doors north of Terminal Station HAAG’S DRUG STORE, 101 W. Washington St., is in the Point Room of the Lincoln HoteL (The Flat Iron Building) HAAG’S DRUG STORES, 27 and 53 South Illinois St., are on the first square south of Wash ington St., on the way to the steam Union Depot. The other 3 stores are located at 114 North Pennsylvania St., 55 Virginia and 802 Massachusetts Ave., corner of College. LICIT Ei OilDlTlilil Ail the coraforU of* Home, nil I£L ■ 11 111 I Ull Absolutely fire-proDt Rooms sly $1.25 and $1.50 Comer Market and /taw 4mm ay Bta. Weekly Rata on Applloatlea. Store Hours —Saturday, 8:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Specially Arranged for Tomorrow, A Sale of New Spring SuiU^vF'JT A collection of individual and ex- \ \\ \ \ elusive Goldstein models, presenting A New Modes from New York de- ipSL signers, tailored with an infinite care I'H’ ASraß&x of detail almost unbelievable. Suits \in /} WS j NSSESJk that were made to sell at $69.50 to \// [ Suits fashioned of rich velours, tricotines, serge, Poiret twill and velour checks, many clever models, full flarred and ripple models, others blouse and box coat effects, braid em- JL j JSgSj broidery and button trimmed; also plain ft’— tailored styles, in navy, black, tan, brown and \| / JBmmH checks. Priced at. $49.50. < j JjpO $25 and $35 Coats fji i[ $ 197s VJ —A variety of smart models for all occasions, J f belt, patch pocket and button trimmed, sash- //- \ ioned of polo cloth, jersey, velour, sllvertones \ and many other wool materials, short sport \ styles or full length models in the season’s favored shades, $19.75. Yj —Goldstein's —Second Floor. V The Annex Offers Men’s Work Garments at a Saving Men’s Bine Denim Overalls and Jackets, #2. 92.75 and 93.50 a garment. Men's Work Shirts, 91 50 to 91 75. Men's One-piece Coverall Suits, 93 to 95 Men's Khaki Trousers. 92 50 to 93 50. Chambrsy Shirts for men. with two collars to match, 91 95 Mechanic's Aprons, 75* to 95* Canvas Gloves. 20c to 39* a pair. Leather Work Gloves, 9115 to 82 50 —Goldstein's Annex, Main Floor. A Toaster Stove • * 3 * 75 ire you ble to coc ih it Ith< >1 it gas, if not -this is your oppor tunity. We are offering an elec tric toaster stove, will toast, broil or fry. Special at 83.75. —Goldstein's —Fourth Floor. 35c Copabla and Cubeb Capsules...,2oc 15c Comp. Licorice Powder ioc 00c Canthrox 49c 60c Chase ltlood and Nerve Tabs...4oe 50c Denatured Alcohol, Gts Sso 35c Dandertne S9c 15c Diamond Dye, 10c, 3 for 2So 25c Delos' s Headache Powder 10c 60c Do'iu's Kidne\ Fills 4Sc 60c DeWJtt's Kidney Fills 450 50c Drake's Croup Remedy 39c r>ean's t.b'tuid t4uioke 25c Dloxogen 19c 50c Katonic 33c 25c Edward's Olive Tablets. 19c SI.OO Enos Fruit Salts 85c 53.50 Fellow’s Comp. Syr. Hypo.. .51.10 51.00 Formaldehyde 740 50c Formaldehyde Futnigator....... 39c 35c Freezono for Corns >9c 35c Gets It for Corns 29c 70c Glycothanphlne 1 ,59c $1.50 Glycothanphlne sl.2‘> $1.50 Gray's Glycerine Tonic 9Sc SI.OO Glycothymoline Bt -30c Glycothymoline Cie 60c Glycothymoline 45c 65c ( lover's Mango Remedy 55c $1.25 Glides l’cptomnngan 88c 35c Haarlem Oil Caps., Tilly's 2<'c 35c Haarlem Oil Caps. Gold Medal .28c $1.50 Hood’s Sarsaparilla 98c 25c Hill's Caseara Quinine Tabs....l9c si'e Hay’s Hair Health 39c 5<V Horllcli's Malted Milk 30c 51.00 Horllck's Malted Milk 690 $3.75 Horllck's Malted Milk $2.88 75c Imiierial Oranuin 59c $1.25 Imperial Granum 89c j 35c Water Glass. Preserves Eggs 250 Special savings In our Drapery Section, Fourth Floor. Bedding and Domestic Savings for Tuesday “Sterling" Sheets, size 72x 90. of fine quality sheeting, on sale at 91.98 each. BED SPREADS—Satin Mar seilles, double bed size, a splendid quality and an as sortment of patterns at 85.98 each. PILLOW CASES—Size 42x 36 inches, made of soft qual ity casing without dressing, on sale 49* each. MUSLIN —Bleached or un bleached. 36 inches wide, a soft quality suitable for sheets, pillow cases or for general use, on sale 28<* a yard. BLEACHED MUSLIN— Yard wide, a soft quality mus lin without dressing, suitable for undergarments. Regular 45c grade, 34* a yard. PERCALES wide, mill lengths, in light and dark colors, excellent quality, at 39* a yard. UNBLEACHED MUSLIN Full yard wide, suitable for sheets, will soon bleach out, on sale at 25* a yard. FEATHER TICKING—MiII lengths, a splendid quality, in various striped patterns, 49<* a yard. —Goldstein’s—Main Floor. 50c Limestone Phosphate..... S9c 30c Llsterlne iao 50c Llsterlne 42c 25c Ljsol 50c Lysol 420 60c Luvoris ! ,42c 60c Lapactic Pills, 100 35c SI.OO Lotus Hair Color Restorer....74c sl-00 Miles Nervine 740 30c Miles Anti Pain Pills 24c 30c Musterole ?4o 25c Mentholatnra io 50c Montholatum 89c 60c MnUlfled Cocoanut Oil 89c 60e Milk’s Emulsion 460 $1.20 Milh's Emulsion 8c 30c Mu col 90e Mead’s Pextro Maltose... 640 00c Mellon's Food 64e $1.30 Maltine. all kinds $1.19 SI.OO Nujo! 9c SI.OO Nuxuted Iron b'sd $1.25 Plnkham's \e.r. Comp ;i)JI $1.25 Pierce's Favorite Presc Wq $1.25 Pierce's Golden Med. Dis 89c' SI.OO Poruna 74c 60c Pinex for' Coughs 490 30c Piso Cough Syrup 24c 50e Philip’s Milk Magnesia 39c 30c Phenolax Wafers 19c 31.00 Pepgen 89c 30c Pape's Piapepsin S9c 30c Phosphate Soda Mints 21c $1.50 Scott’s Emulsion 98c 75c Scott’s Emulsion sc SI.IO S. S. f,. Blood Remedy 67c 50c Stano'.nx 3c 70c Sal Hepatica 490 $1.40 "Sal Heptlca 89c $1.25 Tanlac 950 Ksndini TISSUE ,‘;? E xSiTSK N'o sowing or darning. Repairs ■ilk. satin, cotton goods, ribbons, fabrics of all kinds, kid gloves, mackintoshes, umbrollas, parasols, stockings, stc. Pack age postpaid, 15 cents, two packages, 1 cents. Address PENN PUBUSUXNO CO„' Blalrirrille. Pa.