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(Continued from pa so 5. first section ) mittee to'have charge or the work: Mrs. Uirhard T. i^ownde?, Mrs. James J. Duncan. Miss ricollay Page, Mrs. Lifter McMillan and Mrs. Lynn S. Horror. The church will be closed for re modelling so:!ic timv during August. 1 )'?!):?Iing < lu>? Mi-e?s. The Harrison county debating club met Friday night in the county court room at the usual hour. c.&rl S. Law ton was called to the chair and M. 1). Teter acted as secretary. There being no debate . <-heduled for :he evening, th business ox tUe evening was iiunc - diatcly taken up and the following motions were adopted: "First. tiiHi the secretary's book and all funds of this <iub be placed .into the hands of ihe county ?nperr teodent elect. ar.d kept by him til! th ?: call of next meeting. "Second, that Carl S. Uuson, Ir.x L. Swiger and J. Hansel Komine b* a committee to arrange a literary an-i musical program to be rendered on one night of the Harrison cotim/ teachers' institute. "Third, that the members of this society, now present, do now proceed to partake of and enjoy the delicacies previously prepared?ice cream and cigars. "Fourth, that we extend thanks and words of appreciation to the county officers for the free use of the' court room this year. "Fifth, believing that Brent and lasting benefit has been derived by each active member ol this club, and regretting thai we thins it is neces sary to close our work for the year. ? this club sta.ids adjourned till called ' to meet again a; the beginning of the j school term of 1 SI 5-1916. by the. county superintendent of schools." OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Canl Party Sand?iche?. Cut thin slices of white bread into pieces the size and shape of playfag cards, fill w-::ij highly spiced, finely chopped meal. moi--icned with mayon naise dressing. i=!icc pickled beets and cut out liny hearts and piace them on the slices in the positions of the rfpois on the cards. Sit!mon Sandwiches. Mix the salmon with a mayonnaise dressing. atow one-half cup being sufficient for the siuall-'sizeil cans. Mince the fish line, bones ajid al! and add tile drcssJni;. Remove, the soft crumbs from French roils and fill the space with the fish mixture. Oil for Kerns. A ixj.blespocr.ful of castor oil poured on the ground arouur.i the roots of palm.s and ferns once a monih will give them a rapid growth and make them look fresh and stcen. 1^ antj come into "he kitchen and pantry put leerosene on the door step and edges of the shelves and they soon wfli leave. To remove the odor of paint from a room leave in :: over night a pail of water with four or five sliced onions .n it- Shut the room lighi and in the morning the obnoxious odor will be gone. Ktvnfii Sandwiches. Chop on" cup of white meat or chicken, thr^e olives, on" gherkin and on? tablespoonful of capers. Add to this half a pint of mayonnaise dressing: thin with a tablespoon of> tarragon vinegar. ?pr-ad on thin slices of bread, roll and tie. M'>ck <'rah Samltrichw. To half a cup of grated cheese'add four tablespoons creamed butter, half' s?. teaspoon ea -h of salt, paprika and mustard, one teaspoon of anchovy %iste and vinigerand two tablespoons of chopped olives. Spread between rounds of white bread. S;?>h t'nrwins. Curtains can be made before they are needed, and one g-ts such a choice of dainty, inexpensive materi als tn the early spring. The printed lawns in th- dress goods section make Fatis'actory curtains if one find ?what one wants in i h- scrim and cur tain i"uslin White cotton voile can bp n=? <i for the sash curtains edged with lace The colored curtain' should be ?made with a valance, and if made as. follow? one can s.tv? on material: Cut two lengths, each measuring two and one-half yards, and hem on? end. Cut a strip ti:" entire leng'h of the jroods pna twelve inch?s wide. Hem one raw e?Ige ami srw th" selvag- edges ir> ;he top of the two curlaips < coining oefrreen themi and making on- long straigh- edge. Hen: this and pass the rod through, then hang. Krfh Air in the Bedroom. It is quite a problem where there are younsr children to arrange for plenty of fresh air af TSjjht with out having a. draft or too much dampness. But a vounwtr who ha< become accustomcd to open window .1 is much less pron~ to take cold t'nan one pu: to sleeo in an ill-ventilalet apartment 'hat is not only lackinrr '11 fresh air. but ha?: not even been properlv aired during the day. \Vhen children kick off the covers at niglit they shoulo first of all not be too h-ivi'y- wrapped up. and in the secoi.d place lhe> should be put MILLINERY that meets the requirements of Good Taste in Dress at very reasonable prices ELOISE CBEUVRONT F/etcher9s Store FOUR MORE MINES WILL OE OPENED By the Consolidation Coal Com pany as Result of Receiv ing Big Orders. JWI ItMOST,; May 1?The Consol idation Coal Company has announced thai orders for large shipments of coal are being received ?? their of fices an3 w/thin tnc next few* days four additional mine* employing 1 "'10 men will be placed in operation The Murray, Mea Jowbrook and T?'t> i^ick minci' will be started and an other one which ha* not yet been an nouncjl. Reg Holler, an Austrian. con fessed to first decree murder in t>e circuir rourl Monday and was sen tenced to.a lift* term irf the penitenti ary. Holler was indicted jo.Titly wi;n 1 other men for being implicated in the strike riot at Farmingion in. which Constable VV. R. Riggs re-: cei'-r-d injuries which resulted in his' death. W. G. Straight. a prominent rest den: of BarracksviUe. died suddenly ? last Sunday evening after a sudden attack of heart disease. Funeral; services were held on Tuesday morn ing and interment made in the Bar racks\ ille cemetery. P. Wright. of Fairmont, has ae cepted a position as nigh! clerk m. the Imperial hotel at Clarksburg, a new hostelry. The twenty-second anniversary of' the founding or the First Baptis" church here will be celebrated Sun day morning with fitting services. James Knox. 11ft2 Virginia avenu?.] day engineer at the Hutchinson ; power plant, was seriously injured iast Sunday when he came in contact; with a live wire while at work. Hisr body was terribly burned hv the flee, tricity, but at the present time fce i itas nearly recovered from the in juries. The Ruckhannon and Northern Railroad Company is laying several tracks or. the east side of the river These will be i:sed for :? yard v.-ben trains are placed in servicc. The annual business meeting of the Associated Charities was held this this *veek at the City Hall building New directors were elected and re ports of rhe old orticers were read. The directors will hold a meeting in a few days when new orticers will be elected. The ninety-sixth anniversary of the rounding of the independent Order of odd fellows was observed in th:?i city Monray when delegates were hero from alt towns alone the S!o nonsaliPla Vall?y Traction Company's ? ine. The grand decoratioa of chiv alry and the decor; lion of chivalry vi "r>? conferred upon a class of candi date? at a public meeting held a; the Grand op?i;i house. The Odd Fel lows paraded the sirens of the city lefore ihe meetinc at the opera house. M. S. Fast, residing on Chestnut ;:treet. died at his home Monday af ternoon a't^r a brief illness. His hody was taken to Ml. Nebo and in terred Wednesday. City Fireman Liberty Travis lias resigned his position to take eff?c; May 1. He 15-111 be succeeded by H. M. Downey. Mr. Travis is moving to b'S farm in Winfield district. James !.ee. an American, is in ih*' hospital in this city in a serious con dition as the result of sun shot wounds inflicted by Carmin Deliori. a'leced 10 be a member of a Black Hand cans, liefiori himself his sev. eral shot wounds in the face inflieier} by I.ee The trouble occurred at Ev erson. but it is not known jus; what caused i'. " IMfiori was placed in the eotintv iail to iX.'it the result of Lee's injuries. !>r. .5. A McQuaig will start -t series o<" meetings in this city begin ning Sunday. comes here under the auspices of" the Younj Men's in sleeping bags until they ar? old ? Tiopli to be trained to regular bed clothes. A bnfcy really does not re <ju:re regular coverings except a sheet underneath and a soft fjuilt on' cold niehts if the little body is com fortably wrapped in a sleeping bag o, r niglitic drr.wn into a bag at a good distance below the Teet. In such a contrivance always . allow plenty or room to kick if the baby is to Icsrn to lilte sleeping in a bag: otherwise i: is likely to produce restlessness. H??n*eh<>Ul Hints. To clean sunns slippers rub the surface Threads with a piece of whifa (lannel dipped in spirits of wine, lu case they are but slightly soiled rub them wiih *t:ile bread or a kneaded rubber. To clean satin slippers rub the wash theni lightly with a r.oft sponge rfipp'-d in a mixture of a half ounce of til- best glue dissolved in one pin of wr.no wat^r, and one tet?>pooni ?1 of glycerin-'- and ? lit tie flour pas:e. When dry rub well with a chamois skin. To clean furs moisten some bran with warm water and rub a liltle at a timv into the fur Shake and brush out when dry. White furs may be .cleaned with dry flour. To clean gold chains put them In a small glass bottle with warm soap .suds and a little prepared chalk. ' Shake until clean. Then rinse in clean water. To clean sooty kitties rub srezse over the soot and then wash in bol suds. After this clcansing It rnay-be necessary to scour with bath-brick dust or some similar powder to re move all traces of the stain. Christian Association. He has held' .iiirc-s?!ul services in several towns of i at state. .Mrs. Mahela Jane Fr>ckett disci' Tuesday at her hotue on Prickett's, ; creek from a complication of dls-; tas?f. s>h?- was 78 years of ape and : wai prominent in the neighborhood! where she lived. Fun*ral services wtc n-1'1 on Thursday a? ?n(Kin fron. ner home. Mrs. J. M. Hartley, wife of J. M. Hartley. prominent merchant of the cit; . is seriously ill at her home. Relatives have been gathered at her bedside lor several days, thinking i hat the end is near. The Buckhznnon and Northern railroad has begun the general ship ment of freight out of Fairmont.- ac cepting carload lots Tor points in side and outsit- of the staue. I>ess than car'oads are being accepted only to points within the state. The I'resi>yt?r:j>ns of the city arf planning the erection of " new church to bogin some time I his sum mer. A committee has been can vassing ii: numbers and report thai sufficient funJLs !v;ve been rai?ed to start the new structure. William Fluharty. of l!?lz. was killed Wednesday afternoon by being struck by a Baltimore and Ohio pas senger tr:iin while walking on a bridge near liis home. He was hurled io the ground with great force, dying instantly. Mr. Fluliarty was married and leaves a family. The Western Mainland railroad is planning to make Fairmont a termin al with a round house an<7 shops ac cording to announcement made this week 'oiowins an agreement with the Baltimore railroad tliat the Western .Maryland irains can outer Fairmont over the Baltimore and Ohio lines. This agreement is a part of the gen-, eral improvement plan inaugurated a few weeks ago when the Consoli dation Coal Company will open newt mines a: Helen's run. thi-? county, and the coal will be hauTed out by the Wosi'-rn Maryland. Th?? Bell Telephone Company has' ??tariid the work of laying under ground wires along the stree;s of the city ihat ate being repaved this year Th?> eleventh annua! convention of the Woman's Hom^ and- Missionary. Socieins of the Presbyterian church will hold a meeting at Mannington May 4. 5 and <1. Tile hody of an American aged about ::s years, was found in the Monoagahelr. river just below Hoult. near this city. Friday. The body was removed io the Cunningham morgue in this city, but has not been identi fied. It is sunposed to have been in she 'vater at l^ast fdiir months. The body was bruised and mutilated, which gixes ris--> to the belief that .ha: there has bfn foul play. I'.ter Ciiippiano. one of the strikers indict?-<i for the murder of' \V. R. li'ges at the Farmutgton' strike ript l:ist February, was fcund gail'.y i>v a jury in circuit, court this week. "r mtird'r in the first degree. The jury recommended mercy so h? -vill receive ;? lite sentence. Charles ' r.Ukiis pKaded guilty to being Im plicated in the riot a; Farmingrton ,nd wa? sentenced to two years in the pentrontiary. while Gregorich pleaded guiltv io ranrder lu. the sec ond degree upon a charge of aiso being inmliivt^d in ih?* murder. Gre orich 1ms not T??en sentenced. The Kast .-Side schools held grad uating exercises Friday nighi a* which n class of seventy-one bays, and giris will finish the graded rhool work. Prof. Hob^rt Armstrong, r the I'nivpr'i y. delivered the grad uating address. Bulletin Devoted to the State Sunday School Convention is Being Widely Circulated. Vive Thousand copies of the Moun tain State Bulletin for the second quarter have just been issued bv the AVest Y !a Sunday School Associa tion. This n;;tnber is fully 2000 more than the regular '..sue. The Bulletin is bein? used to adver tise t.he state convention of tile as sociation. which will he held in Charleston. May 13 and !-J. A ten tat :v. program for the conventiou is published in the Bulletin. According To the tentative program the convention will open at. U> o'clock a. m. in the Kotei Kanawha with the executive committee in session and will come to a.clo^e Friday evening with simultaneous meeting in three Charleston churches. Two sessions will be held each day and thrrr sim ultaneous meetings each eveniufr in various churches. * STATiSTIGS From the Telephone Companies Are Required by State Pub lic Service Commission. ?CHARLESTON. May ;_The pub ? lit service commission has received a reqtvst fro'n -? itrunentativfs o? the "arse telephone companies operaJ:tR :? Vest V Yginia for a coofereti-'^.i-t Ian < ariy <lnte on the ouesiitjt- 'f riyiSLS statistical information for tho ?;se of c?rai"ion anil' r::? state i p.ird of p'tbiic works. The act; >n of ?he telephone companies fctiiws that of tho railroad companies of a few wec'rc* a?o. and is a protes* nr?'nst -iuT?n!yins: the state with a Jd'rionnl information to that furnisher! the in terstate commerce commission. State Si-uUucian H. Men. e. in making up the information blunKs this year asked for a great teal of ad ditional information applying dir?cti>" in the separate -busin?ss cper^?i.->ne of the companies within W<*:: Vir ginia. This, the railroad auditors | claimed Involved great adUition-U ?* pense. but with a few except'-jr.*. the : ccminlesion? required th?- items of i information asked for tiy M " -Ne.t.-c. WINDOW GLASS TRADE IS BRIEFLY REVIEWED ( AX CALL. WIFE CHICKEN. ST. LOW IS. Mo.. .May 1 -A man has % right to csll his wife a chicken. Police Judge llog.in ruled in a special case. He attded thai the wife ought to like it. particularly if she was getting toward the age at which a woman i? sometime." designated as an "ol't hen." Charles Wat kin.-, a clerk, was arraigned or- :he com plaint of his wife. ;inr. Wat kins, of 4134 Manoiester ave nue. :hai he hpd railed her ?vile n'amej," among tbem ???some chicken." Judge Ho gan dismissed the case. Mrs. Watklns. who is very young looking, was married nineteen years ago and is the mother of four children. She and Watkins separated five years ago. WILL DRIVE CROOKS OUT. SAYS NEW Capt. Charles C. Healey. Mayor Thompson of Chicago has appointed Capt. Charles C. Healey chief of police of the Windy City. Healey, who was formerly captain of the Chicago mounted police, ha* promised to help Mayor Thompson drive the crooks from the city MI IS. BROOKS CONVALESCENT. Many friends in the city will learn with pleasure that Mrs. Harry L. Brook'-v wife ar """Chief "o* Police Brooks, who \v*s recently-operated on for 'appendicitis in a Ideal bos pital. will be removed to.her home on Hickman stree* today# Mrs Brooks's recovery from the operation has been rapid, which Is. a sourcej of pleasure to her many friends. 1 By the Glassworker, An Official Trade Journal. Published in City of Pittsburg. | PITTSBURG. Pa.. May 1?Re I viewing the window glass situation I in a nutshell, the Glassowrker says: The National Glass Distributors' ; Association will hold an important I meeting Pittsburg May 13-14. A shortage of snappers is reported at the Buckeye Window Glass Cora ? pany's plant. Columous. O.. which made a nice start after the thirty ;day suspension. Silver clear glass Is reported at the Masomovrn . Glass Company's plant at Masontown. Pa.. wbi?b re sumed April '23. ! Branch No. 24. G. y. E ?\.. was "re-organized at Newark. O.. April 23. the Owens automatic tuachin* operators, ajid packers being taken into the union. The Pennsylvania Window Glass (Company's plant ar Kane. Pa., re sumed work last week. I- . ' _ ; ? -A recti m prion of work took place last week at the plants of the Smeth port Window Glass Company. Snieth port. Pa.; the Consolidated Machine Company. Hazelton. Pa.: and the Wilcox Glass Company. Wilcox. Pa. : Work was resumed last Thursday |and Sunday nights at the plants of 1 the Lick'iug and I'tica window glass plants, respectively, at Vtica. O. Very warm weather for the limber, ing up week v.ss reported from Point Marion. Pa. The scheme to finance :he Welling ton Glass Works, of Cumberland. Md.. has b*'en successfully carried through by the co-operation of the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce and the plant was scheduled to re sume operations last Monday morn ing. with plenty of orders on hand Work is going on about thf same, it is r??porU-d. from the H. C. Fry and Beaver Valley plants. Rochester. Pa., the men getting three or four days work a week. The tanks with nine Curtis ma chines and two blow shops are run-l nine a' the Ni vision anil Weiskopfj Company. Reading. O. The Glass Company, of Ml. Vernon. O.. will, it is reported, soon begin the erection of a branch plant at Dunkirk. N. V. The continuous !tmk'a: the company's Parkersburg. Iw. Va.. plant ha_s been repaired and glass will be mad? in two weeks. Work was resumed April 22 at midnight at the plants of th? Mod ern and the Salem Co-Operative win now glass plants. Salem. W. V.. with o -full crew on hand at each plant. The Schram Company started Its Sapulpa. O'.la.. plant Friday night cf last woek, and expects a big fruit jar season. Building Operations Are Active in State Many Structures Soon to Go Up. According to the Con struction Record. P1TTSBCRG. Pa.. .May 1?Nsw tju'ldinp operations in West Virginia were reported as follows by the Con struction Record; Clarksburg?Architect S. \V. Kord has been retained by the West Virginia liusiuess College to prepare; plant: for a. six-story brick and lerra cotta trim store and office building. 7Sslo<' feet. The estimated cost is, ?yo. Fairmont?The contract for erect.-j ing a storage building 65x7<> feel. < one story, for r?. Slain, lias been: placed with the John Qisner Lumber^ Company. Cost $D.00i>. Sub-con-; tracts will t?e placed soon. Tfie Consolidation Coal Company* contemplates buildinc 100 frame, residences from plans of J. G. Smyth,J Watson bui'.dinr. Parkersburg?H. H. Vought. 3-10. Madison avenue. New York City, se-; cured the contract to remodel thej Wood County Bank building. The* entire building will be veneered with! granite or marble, terra cotta or.' brick. Architect M. A. Long. Baltimore.! Md.. has completed preliminary plans! for a freight and passenger station I to be constructed for the Baltimore) and Ohio Railroad Company. Mannington?a three-story brick store room and apartment building 49x100 feel is to be built for S. E. Philips from-plans made by Architect F. J. Adamson. Owner builds and buys material. Kantington?Robert O'Dell. Hunt-: inrton. was awarded the contract toj build a one-story brick market hou's? for the city of Huntington. Th?! plumbing was placed with C ?-*? j Kelley. of Huntingion. Architect .T. R. Geiske. Ninth' street, and Or. Thomas W. Moore.! First National Bank building, will take separate bids on building a j two and one-half atory brick resi-; denco to cost J15,000. W?ll?i?urK?Plans for the new; postoffice building ar?? nearing com-! pletion by Architect J. A. Wetraor*,! Treasury Department. Washington. P. C. Bids will be taken early in the summer. Edicgton?J. W. Belz. Wheeling, was awarded the cont?nc? to huild a two-story bri?*k and tile. conVent 60x15 feet "--ith an L. "0x70 feet for the Carmaite Sisters of"Charity. Mill Creek?A 170-root reinforced; concrete bridge is to be built by the! board ol county commissioners. El-j kins, W. Va. It will cost about 57,-; c')0. A:nong the poorast-paid workers in the whole of Europe are the Sici lian farm laborers, whose average weeklj wage amounts to less than 51> cents. j FARM AGENT Will Be W. D. Zinn. Highly Suc cessful Barbour County Agriculturist. W. I>. Zinn. of Phillpp:. or.? of the most successful agriculturalists in West Virginia, will 4>e the new county farm ageut for Harrison county. The Harrison County Farm Bureau lias^ endorsed him. the county court ap proves ihe same and the state depart ment is favorable to him. The only question remaining in reference to his appointment is whether Barbour coun ty will re'.ease him as its farm agenr. Such release is a'most certa.n. The matter will be dc^nitcly settled Mon day. a/ter which Mr Zinn will enter actively into the work, if 't is settled that lie shall be the atont for this county. The county court has pletlced to pay lilm S2.?"0 a voar and the frd eral government will pay him 5S30 more. JENKINS CHOSEN As the Fairmont Districts Member of Coa! Men's Ex ecutive Committee. * HUNTINGTON. May 1.?Th? West Virginia Coal Association here Friday perfected its organization by resting all governing powor in an executive committee of which W. D. Ord. of 1-angraff. was made chairman and A. H. Land, of Barbour?vil!e. secretary. The other committeemen follow: Fairmont district. C. H. Jenkins: New River district. G. H. Caperton: Pocahontas district, W. D. Ord: Tne River district. George Wolfe: Thack er district, T. E. Houston: Guyan dis trict. A. K. Diesel: Kanawha district. J. W. Dawson: Wheeling district. J. C. McKinley; Chesapeake and Ohio Shippers" Association. William Puck ?tt. and independent operators. J. G. Bradley. NOTICE!! Tomorrow you will 1iud*ns permanently located in the new PR I" XT Y Buildimr. W. Main Street. Rose J. Waters Dressmaker ft. FERST SEUTTOX B. T. LOWNDES DEPT. STORE K?tahli?bed 1831 E?tabli5brd 19S1 *I* Decorating that saves Money Use the wall tint easy. and economical to put on the first time, and still more euy aad eoooomicc*! the next time. The SonituyA^ll Coating With Alabastine you can re-coat with out the trouble or expense of removing previous coats of Alabastine. It may however, be easily washed from the wall any time you desire. Decorators are using Alabastine in the best homes in America. Come and see beautiful color plans and stencil designs for your rooms. R. T. LOWNDES DEPT. STORE ( THE RIGHT KIND OF FA THEr) In the Jiay Woman's Koine Com ; punion appears irn article about fath ers in which is loitl tlit- slory of two fathers?one. a successful father in 1 his relations to his children, and the other a failure. Following is a parti of the story of the successful father: I "The father who has kept his sou was wise enough to remember thai ] there are no sorrows in the world sol bitter as the disappointment? of child j hood. Kor instance. th? boy will nev [ er forget his father's lender solici I tude on the morning when they sot: up to find that the eat had eaten his pigreon. He had mowed lawns and ' weeded gardens all summer with no word of complaint, because the mon ey that he earned was to purchase the iliiest pair of fancy pigeons in town. , in the evenings, after the day's work he built the little house that was to | be the jiigeons' home and fashioned evenicjr when the summer was nearly the yard of wire around it. One over he trudged uptown with the earnings of all his work in his pock et. and came back v.-ith the two l>es:u , tiful birds. He watched them in their . little hous? itntil long past his usual bedtime, and then went unwilling ly to bed. That night the cat round a place where the wire arouud tlifc yard was not secure and killed on* of the birds. "Some fathers might ?jv? it off with a laugh an dan offer to replace the lost bird: and such fath ers would nave wondered in later years, a trifle resentfully, why their sons went always to their mother for comfort and for advice In their prob lems. He was wise enough, too, to know that there is no such thing as a 'nor mal boy;' that the thing which makfs one boy a trifle strange, which sets htm apart a little from the other boys ? is the- germ of personality that is most precious. When his boy drew back a little from sports and showed etgerness to be alone and to read, he. who himself had been the rough est of th?* crowd in the games of his own youth, made no effort to creato his son's boyhood in the Image ?>? his own." Historians say that more than 1,0'itl miles of the lower Nile wer?? protected by artificial embankments and oilier works of engineering skill. i:i<;ht ffro.m thk gkkkshoise or garden we'll bring your favorite flowers lo you. A wide variety of flow er's and plants. Whatever you want we have and only the Inest speci men's. Don't deprive yourself of flow ers. They are an inspiration and a refining influence. Hayman Greenhouse Co. 41 i W Main St. Both Phone*. (oolmor. TRADE. MAIW They will lasts long and look good while they last. You will make no mistake in selecting the Coolmor. WIND-SAFE 4 ft coolmor Shade . 6 ft. Coolmor Shade . . . 8.1IS Beautiful. Effective.Durable r ft. coolmor Shade ... 4.?v? Don't Flap in the Wind 1" ft. Coolmor Shade . . . &J8T, Leo-crd Clean able Refrigerators Superb Porcelain Lined? the delight of every wo man's heart?the pride of every houseke?per. Here's that famous Refrigerator with the seamless, scratch less dish-like lining, the gen uine Leonard CleanaJb'c Don't confuse this wonder ful sanitary lining with paint or enamel. You rmn"; scratch itt even with a knife. It's ev erlasting?easily kept beau tifully sweet and clean. Porcelain -lined Refrigera tors 513.00. 525.00. $30.00, $36.00 up. white-enameled. Palace Furniture & Piano Co. 168-170 W. MAIN ST. Coolmor Shades make your porch cool and comfortable. They give extreme seclusion They permit you to see out. but the outsiders cannot see in. They make a sleeping porch at a very slight expense. They give better porch ventilation than any shade we have found. Shades Fit out your porch with Cool mor Porch Shades?strong, easy operating, convenient, dur able. inexpensive. They ar<* made of altertfatinir wide and narrow slats, woven together by heavy cards. They are full length, brown or green in color, and have attachments to pre vent the wind from blowing them in!