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THE mCmiOXD FA LLADIU1I AA'D 8UX-TELEGRA3I. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910.
PAGE FIVIS Edited by Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas DINNER-DANCE. FYiday evening the members of the Elk lodge will entertain their wive, sisters and sweethearts with a dinner dance, to be given at Jackson's park. Two special cars will leave the city In the afternoon at three and at four o'clock.' An elegant dinner In severs! courses will be served. In the ev ening dancing will te enjoyed. Renk's orchestra will furnish the dance mu sic. This will be one of the most auspicious social events for the week. j CLUB MET. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. George Pllle entertained the members of the Wednesday Euchre club at her home In South Eighth street. Mrs. George Reld, Mrs. Frank Waters and the hos tess were given the favors. A colla lion was served after the game. In two weeks Mrs. Roy Tsylor will en tertsln the club st her home In South Fourth street. Jt J J LAWN SOCIAL. A lawn social will be klren this er enlng at the home of Mrs. C. K. Barnes, Fort Wayne avenue by the members of the Women's Rellof Corps. An excellent program will be presented. An orchestra has been se cured to furnish the music. Ice cream and cake will be served at a nominal price J The proceeds to be used to procure a flag for the high school. The genersl public Is moat cordially invited to attend. Jl J J . BIRTHDAY DINNER. Mr. snd Mrs. W. L. Hunger ford of North Twenty-second street delightful ly entertained with a six o'clock birth day dinner In honor of Miss Ireni Conner and Mr. Robert Hungerford. Those enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Shsnon Campbell and little daughter. Misses Mame Ridenour, Ada Noss, Belle Taylor and Gracs Norris, Messrs., Homer Daumgardner, James Snyder, Rowlett Snyder and Roy Geler. jl j jl A QUEST HERE. Mr. Derate Bothast. or Union Cltr. Indiana, U the sueat of Mr. and Mrs. John.McMlnn of North 1) street, for a few days. i HAVE RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kaufman, have returned from a two weeks vaca tion In Indianapolis. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Aufder helde, Mrs. Kaufman's parents, while there. jt JS j A QUEST HERE. Miss Lolo Hofnagel or Hamilton. Ohio. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. O Dell, 228 South Twelfth street, for a few days. TO GIVE DANCE. A number of young women In this city are arranging for a dancing party to be given . Friday evening, August twenty-sixth. The affair promises to be' most enjoyabje. , j j jm t HOSTESS THIS AFTERNOON. Mrs. Thomas M. Kaufman was hos tess this afternoon for the weekly bridge party at the Country club. The game began at three o'clock. A num ber of the members went over, jl jl jl TO GIVE RECITAL. Miss Bertha Garver, assisted by several local musicians will give a re cital this evening at Liberty, Indiana. Several from town will attend. jl jl LAWN SOCIAL. The Knight's of 8L John gave a successful lawn social lact evening on the St. Andrew's church lawn. The city band furnished music loe eresm and cake was served. tjt Jt SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. The Sundsy school department of the Grace M. K. church will hold Its annual picnic at Glen Miller park to- WEAK STOMACHS CAUSE WASTE When the stomach fall to get all the nutriment out of the food we eat. there M-rura an unnecessary waste, and weate always causes weakness. The final results am. the whole physical betna Is affected, the nerves become starved and enfeebled, the kleel wat ery and poisoned, the heart growl weak and unstrung-, the kidneys and towels slucsish and clogged up. and a general breakdown Is only a matter of time, and usually a very short time. UOLDKW CROW Tke GMKVr nHTOH ATI VIS immed iately heals the feverish and Inflamed stomach, restoring It to perfect health and visor. The arret remedy not only acts ss a soothing- and healing balm for the linings of the stomach and bowels, but It has proven sucessful In chronic and long standing rases of nervous debility. kMaey and bladder affections, bear treable, dysswswHa. I. lea. eaaattaattoa snd debilitated renditions of every kind. A men came In our office the other day especially to tell its he could eat one pound of steak twice a day without any dlatreaa whatever. This aame man three month ago could net eat meat at all. and not much of anything- else without sptttinic the greater portion of It up again. This la but one case out of hundreds In which this great remedy has proven He arrest value. Prie. ta eeata. f..DIKS' are HO longer obliged to use face tejwee it only helps for an hour or so. then It's gone. Our Leetro atria fa ad produces the same effect as powder, and It's effects are lasting. In addition It raaads oat the eaeeka. too so. aonaoa ana waitema me skin with the neat . application. f mmm Srta "woo aaeo ' aot atako roo look free reoro yoaacer we will art roar f-asjsMWV MBffma ww giivvm nvi kss.ii 19 rive U a trial. Largo Jar. Price SO coal. 5r-l MSCTftO t-OMPAWV, rkieaco. III. Vw SWBO OSMI llsanallli p A. O. I dr.c. .. ... , . .. , ,. .. morrow. Plans for the affair promise an enjoyable time for the members of the Sunday school. JS Jl JS IS AT HOME. Little Miss Alice Marie Balfour, who has been visiting Mrs. Scott in Toledo, Ohio, has returned home. j jt j IN NEW CASTLE. The New Castle Times says: Mrs. Pbariba White, of Richmond, Is a guest In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson on South Twelfth street, jl jl jl VISITING HERE. Mr. Will M. Fox of Kansas City, la the guest of Mr. William M. Parrlsn at his home In North Twentieth street, jl jl jt A GUEST HERE. Miss Csmpbell - of Frankfort, Ind., Is In the city for a visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Charles Igelman. jl jl PROGRAM ANNOUNCED. The following program will be pre sented this evening at the entertain ment to be given by the W. R. C. at the home of Mrs. C. K. Barnes, In Fort Wayne avenue: Instrumental Music Mrs. Elizabeth Kampe. Vocal Solo Mrs. Guy Duvall. Reading Mrs. J. N. Hodgln. Vocal Solo Miss Ruth White. Reading Mrs. Arthur Hasty. Vocal Solo Miss Ruth Hugo. J J J IS IN TOWN. Mr. Edgar Fisher of Eaton. Ohio, and who has been In Syracuse, N. Y., Is in the city to remaiu until Satur day. Mr. Fisher will be employed at Earlham college this ' winter. jl jl jl BRIDGE PARTY. Mrs. Elmer McConaha entertained with a bridge party thi afternoon at her home in East Main street, in hon or of her guest. Miss Charlotte Keelor of New York and Miss Hazel Klein, of Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs. Howard Jones. J J j PICNIC PARTY. The members of the Nicholson fam ily, who are holding a reunion here this week gave an alt day picnic Tues day on the grounds of the Spiceland sanitarium. Those In the party were Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin, of Spice land, Mr. and Mrs. Bent Wilson of Cambridge City, Charles Nicholson and son Herbert of Tulea. Okla., Mr. and Mrs. James Hunt of Fort Wayne and Miss Emma Nicholson of this city. New Castle. Courier. Jl J PICNIC PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lamb and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosslter and family with Miss Blanche Compton formed a picnic party Wednesday near Nolansfork. jl jl i W. C. T. U. MEETING. A meeting of the Mary Hill W. C. T. U. will be held Friday afternoon with Mrs. Oliver Norman at her home in Sheridan street. The meeting will be called at two-thirty o'clock. ,a5 Jt TO MUNCIE. Mrs. George Reld and Mrs. Walter Snaveley with, her little daughter, Mary Louise, will go to Muncle tomor row morning to spend the week-end the guests of friends and relatives, jl jl jl FOR DOUGLAS LAKE. Mrs. Henry P. Miller and son Paul, left today for a several week's out ing at Douglas Lake. Jl JS ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS. Announcement cards reading as fol lows have been received by relatives and friends la this city: Mrs. Walter E. Jones announce the marriage of her sister Blanche Boise Bennett to Mr. William Arthur Chapman Monday. August fifteenth Nineteen hundred and ten Fairfax Court House, Virginia. At Home 1 After September fifteenth 143S Meridian Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. Jl j NEAR CLUB SEASOw. Although the season for active club work will not be In full force for a month or so, the members of the clubs are not Idle. There is much work to do during the vacation per iod, particularly by the officers of the organisations that "do things." There are programs to make up for the en suing year and this task, as everybody who has ever had any experience knows. Is no sinecure. Nearly all the literary clubs have completed thol? programs, which In a few instances have already been distributed. The club women of this city are busy ar ranging for the federated club meet ing to be held here In October. The members of the City Federated clubs met this afternoon to make further arrangements for the affair, ji ji ji FOR GUEST. A theater party wil be given this evening by Mrs. H. H. Huntington', of North Twelfth street, in honor )f her guest. jl jl jl CAME TODAY. Mrs. Frank Harding and children of Cincinnati. Ohio, arrived in the city for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. SjI Frsnkel. jl j j LEFT THIS MORNING. Miss Lena Wetsbrod left this morn ing for Chicago, where she will visit for a few days. Later the will go to Muscatine, Iowa, where she will spend a fortnight . jl jl jl GOLF AT CLUB. A number, of men who are members of the Country club enjoy playing golf these summer afternoons and each day the links are tha mecca for a number of local men. It seems just a little odd but nevertheless It Is true that there are a number of dont's about this game. Golf should not be played by people who are apt to be worried by trifling matters. The game we are told by. an English Medical authority, is not one that gives the same healthy stimulus to the mind that it does to the- body. Players whose dispositions mako It difficult pfor them to put a good complexion on things, or who are of such an irritable turn of mind that they are miserable If all does not go well, should eschew the putter and the cleetr and all the rest of them. Golf, we are told, is often a game of peculiarly 'irritating disappoint ments, and the man who is "off his game" after a week of business wor ries is apt to gain neither rest nor refreshment from his 'exercise. Golf has many nice points and requires close mental attention and a player who finds he is "foozling"- tee shots and taking the grass badly is ruffled rather than soothed by the experi ence. In short, a game of golf pre sents bo 'much likeness to the tlrv some occurrences of daily bustneb3 or professional life that irritable 1 or easily worried people had better keep away from the links. It will occur to the reader that most games of skill billiards, for example, or chess are also worrying to the unskilled player, and that games of chance are even more maddening. What is 'the tired business man o do? He should not walk or row, for he may discover that he is in bad form in either variety of exercise and so may worry himself ill. Possibly an armchair before the fire and a pipe an armchair and, a pipe may be best, after all. j Jl Ji VISITING HERE. Miss Carol Cotton, of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, is the guest of Miss Mar garet Thornburg at her home in North Ninth street. JS J J FOR PETOSKEY. ' Mr. Oliver Steinkamp left today for Petoskey, Michigan, where he will spend his vacation. At Local Theaters Wallace Shows. During the history of the Great Wal lace Shows that enterprise was noted for putting on the most intensely real istic racing in its hippodrome contests that were ever witnessed under can vas. B. E. Wallace, referred to my In timate friends as "the Hoosier Show man," was always fond of fine horses ring. Every horse of the four hund red used by these shows is purchas ed personally by Mr. Wallace, most of them being bought on the horse markets of the big cities or in Mis souri, Iowa or Kentucky. , When the Carl Hagenbeck Trained Animal Shaws were combined with the Great Wallace Show, it was feared that It might be necessary to shorten the circus program on account of the many acts given by the wild beasts. When it was Suggested that the hip podrome races' be cut out Mr. Wallace was up in arms. To him that Is the best part of his show, and since he has taken an interest in the racing contests and puts on the hippodrome in a manner that distinguishes the races from the farces of racing with other shows, Mr. Wallace said the hippodrome would not only be con tinued but he would have even better racing than heretofore. By a great deal of scheming the combination of the two performances has been se cured without losing any feature. By means of cash prizes to the lady and gentleman winning the most of the races during the week, the show has caused a real rivalry to exist be tween the contestants, and though the racing is good natured. yet is always for blood and testing the nerve and in genuity of the riders and the speed of the horses to the entire satisfaction of the spectators. "Oh, come, let us go before the racing begins." Is a re mark frequently heard at circuses, but the knowing ones never make such a suggestion when attending the exhi bition of the Hagenbeck-Wallace Com bined Shows, which will be In this city for one day, Saturday, August 27. At the Murray. The attraction at the Murray to night will be the Cutter Stock com pany in "My Wife's Divorce." That It will be well presented was demon, strated last night when this company appeared in the same play. The Cut ter Stock company was always a fa vorite In Richmond and it is this sea son more deserving of approbation than ever before. In its presentation of the play last night it gave the patrons of repertoire at this place a revelation. The company produced the play with Its own scenery, while in the play itself have the members of the company ample opportunity to dis play their ability. Mr. Cutter has se cured a company this season that is far above the average stock company and his plays for the week will with out doubt be presented as carefully and as thoroughly as by any company malttnar a anerlaltv nf slmnlv one nm. ductlon. Vaudeville Is presented bei tween the acts and an evening at the Murray this week will be one of pro fit and thorough enoymenL Friday and Saturday, "The Cowboy Sheriff." State of Ohio, City of Toledo. - -Lucas County. - . Is. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that bo Is sealer partner or the urn of r J. Cheney St Co.; doing business In tho Cltv of Toledo. County and State afore. said, and that said firm will pay the sura of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Haifa Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of Decem ber. A. D. 1SSC. . iSeaX) A. W. GLEASON. Notary Puhlie. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally, and acts directly on tho blooa and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENET CO.. Toledo, a Sold by 'all Drug-gists. Tic. Take Hall's Family Fills (or constipation. Oldest Industry In America Fly Catching; Is Threatened J American News Service.) i San Antonio, Texas, Aug. 18. The oldest. surviving industry on the JCort American continent is In Imminent danger of extinction; before long the fly catchers of Lake Tcxcoco, Mexi co, must change their ancient and honorable calling for one of met: modern origin. Even In the dsys of the Azteca, Lake Texcoco was famous for its fly resources and tons of the insects were caught annually to b used as poultry food. In more recent years the product became even an ar ticle of export, large poultry raisers In Germany and this country looking up on the self-embalmed files from Tex coco as a choice tidbit for fancy stock. In addition to the number of fnea diminishing. Lake Texcoco is contract j ing today at a much greater rate than j formerly and the few men who still ! make a living at fly catching will la: a year or two be obliged to turn their hands to something else. Lake Texcoco flics pickle themsel ves, as it were. The Insect has tho habit of swarming close to the surface of the water and is caught with a large net requiring considerable dex terity In handling. As soon as tho catcher has spread the net over the files he dips it Into the water for tho purpose of drowning the flies and cur ing them. Owing to the large percent age of alkaline matter in the water pickling Is completed almost instant ly. The insects aro then spread over large sheets and dried in the sun. Af- Health and Beauty Notes By Mrs. Mae Martyn O. O. I.: Many women, particularly at this season of the year, have the same trouble that- now vexes you that is. ordinary cold creams leave the skin so oily that the complexion loses in stead of gains from their use. Make thia cream Jelly yourself at home and there will be an end to your troubles. Get from your druggist one ounce of almosoln, put it in a fruit Jar, add one- nan pint or cold water and two tea spoonful of R-lycerlne. stir brisklv for a few minutes and let stand over night. rnia sansiactory cream is used tor massaging: . to prevent and remove wrinkles, fill out hollow etieeka and round off angles. It Klvea a clear, fresh and soft skin, because It removes every particle of dust and dirt from the pores, it removes blackheads, and by making large pores small prevents their return. This cream contains no oils or fats that will cause a urowth of hair. It prevents freckles, tan and sunburn. Miss New York: You cannot be too careful in caring for your hair. Yes. take a shampoo every week if It Is necessary to keep your hair and scalp free from dust. Never use soda, as it fades the hair: (many soaps, too are harmful, as they leave the hair dry and brittle and cause streaks. For a quick drying home shampoo, there is nothing so wood as plain canthrox. Dissolve a teaspoonful In a cup of hot water: pour on the head a little at a time and rul well. Just as you would with any other shampoo. Then rinse well. Canthrox makes a rich and plentiful lather that thoroughly cleanses the scalp, removes dandruff, relieves Itching and irrita tion, and leaves the hair soft. briKht and fluffy so that it is easily dressed. F. P. F.: Your eves are weak and need a strengthening tonic. Get from your druggist an ounce of crvstos and disaolve it in a pint of water. Drop one or two drops in each eye when ever -they are tired, red or inflamed. This simple eye tonic helps wonderful ly in keeping the eyes bright and clear and does away with' that lack-lustre and expressionless look that so de tracts from an otherwise attractive girl's appearance. Xj. I.: To remove tha superfluous hairs from your fap and forearms, mix a little delatone with enough water to form a paste, cover the skin on which the annoying hairs appear and let it remain two or three minutes: then wipe off the paste and wash the skin with warm water. Get the delatone in the original one-ounce package as it comes from the chemical works. It retails at one dollar and Is sold In up-to-date drug stores. Should the hairs reappear, thev will be light and thin. and a second application or t delatone will permanently rid you ot them. Up ! o You needn't wear that weary, hot weather look dress your feet with light weight footwear made specially for ex tremely Hot weather such as we are now having. All styles of comfortable slippers for all members of the family, soft and easy, light and dressy. They look well outside because they are made well inside, and the low orices .... f . will astonish you. , The Shoe Corner ter this they are packed In sacks ready for shipment. It is claimed V.hat as food for caged .birds of all kinds and young fancy poultry they are urt-j excelled. j The fly catching Industry of Lake Texcoco is the subject of the first commercial treaty made In North Am erica and at the same time was for many centuries a monopoly which was granted distinguished Aztec war riors by their sovereigns. Netzahulal coyotl, emperor of the Aztecs, signed a treaty with the Casique Chimalpopoca of Tenochtitlan in whose territory tha lake then lay, by which a number of Tencan Aztecs were permitted to catch flies on the lake in order that the sacred quetzals of the Great Tec calll of Mexico City, might enjoy th'.a delicious food. The industry was the subject alsp of other treaties. The few men still engaged in the business have to eke out a living now by shoveling soda from the old lako bottom and in a year or so the fly catcher of Lake Texcoco will be no more. SETTLE WITH WIDOW Settlement was made yesterday by the Pennsylvania Railroad company with Mrs. Jennie Hatfield of Greens fork, the widow of the late Bert Hat field, who was killed in the Collins ville, Ohio, catastrophe on October 22. Country Girl: Isn't It your own fault that your sweetheart appears to be losing interest In you? If other girls take pains to make themselves attractive to him. Instead of pouting or repining, you should immediately take steps to put yourself on an equal foot ing with them. To clear your com' plexion and keep it rosy and fresh, follow the advice given above to G. O. I. and apply to your face, neck and arms daily a lotion made by dissolving four ounces of spurmax in a half pint of hot water and adding two tea spoonsful of glycerine. This will help your dark face and neck. It will give you ,a beautiful complexion and Is much better than powder, because It will not rub off or show. Spurmax lotion is Inexpensive and there Is noth ing better to prevent freckles, tan and sunburn. Girls who work In stores or off Ires iisa thia fuoa wash, hormiiw it removes the necessity of re-touching' tnc complexion during tne day. G. S. O. : Your scalp is not. In a healthy condition or it would not feel so hot. dry and hard, nor would your hair be brittle, splitting at the ends and falling out. You can refresh and invigorate your scalp snd the hair roots by the use of a quinine hair tonic made as follows: Get from your drug gist one ounce of qulnsoin dissolve it In one-half pint of alcohol and add one-half pint of water. Rub this Into the scalp and hair roots two or three times a week and it will give new Ufa to your hair, making It soft, rich and glossy. ICegular use of this tonic de stroys the germs that cause dandruff and baldness. " You will find this ton'c much better than any ready-prepared tonic you can buy and it will not stain the hair, or scalp. Mrs. G.: Yes, a fleshy woman Is at a disadvantage In society or business. To reduce your weight, dissolve four ounces nf parnotis in 14 pints of hot water and take one tablespoonf ul threi times a day, before meals. This sim ple and harmless remedy takes off sup erfluous fat quickly and without In jurious effect. . M'liss: (1) Don't waste your money on external treatment. for pimples and blotches when the trouble is internal. To make a good blood tonic and liver invignrator get an original one-ounce package of kardene from your druggist, mix it with dtie-half cup of sugar, then dissolve in one-half pint of alcohol and add 1 1& pints hot water. This formula makes a full cuart of tonic, of which you should take one tablespoonf ul three times a day, before meals. As an all-around tonic it has no superior. It wlil restore your lost sppetite and strengthen and build you up. It puri fies the blood and the eruptions on your akin will snon disappear. (3) Consult your dentist. 1909. The company paid the widow $6,000 and met all other expenses in cident to his treatment at the hospital and the funeral expenses, amounting to about $300. There was no controversy in the settlement. The company has now settled with the relatives of all who were killed in the wreck. The late Pert Hatfield had been In the ma:l service for many years and was con sidered one ot the most reliable men In the service. Rave you trouble of aay kind arts tee from a disordersd stomach? Go to jroar draniat -in 4 ret a 30c or $1 bottle of Dr. Caldwell's rup Pepeia. which is positively guaraatsed to -ire you aau keep yoa wall. - Summer ITJatch ale - Bargains such as we offer in standard makes of Watches are not to be ignored. The saving is sure and certain as you will readily see by comparison $2.00 to ,$5.00 cannot be earned easier than ia buying a good watch here and now. 0 size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case $ OsGO 0 size Elgin movement, 25-yr. case .......SI 1.00 0 size Elgin movement, 15 jewel, 25-yr. case GI4.0D 12-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ... ...8 0.00 16-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ...... 0 0.50 O. E. Dickinson, Jeweler. Established 1851 PURE CIDER VINEGAR FOR PICKLING If you want your pickles to keep, use none but the best. Also Pure, Whole Spices that are fresh; Horseradish Root, Etc. . Phone 2292. H. O. HADLEY, GROCER. 1033 Main Angus! Qcan-Up Prices Friday amd Sathmrclay The values offered in these specials are positive ly unprecedented. Every article is strictly dependa ble, a fact on which we are staking the reputation of this store for goods of quality. Let us prove it. Men's Suits worth up to $15.00, including some new Fall pat terns, Sale Price $8.45 Men's Suits worth up to $22.00 .$1245 Boys' $6.00 Suits. .$3.95 Men's $2.50 Pants $1.89 Boys' 35c Waists... 19c Men's 39c Work Shirts at - 19c Men's $4.00 Oxfords at $2.69 Men's $3 Oxfords $1.69 Ladies' $2 Oxfords $1.19 Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords at -.98c $1.50 Suit Cases . ..89c Men's 50c and 75c Shirts at 37c $1.25 white Bed Spreads at 89c Baseinroeimtt Spscflafli ; Worth Looking Fo? 25c Bushel Baskets.. 10c 75c Fancy Market Bas kets ..50c 65c Wash Boilers ...39c 3,000 sheets fine Toilet paper ... Jl9c 50c White Combinet 39c 10c Toilet Soap, cake 1 c Don't forget the Hourly Specials on v rale 0 to 9 o.m2 to 3 p. a. See oar window display of tfcc Famous Beacon Sboes for men Murray Thoattrb Tha Moat Popular " " ' THE . ' ' ; : Cuttor Otoctx Co. Prevent en Wednesday and Thursday Matinee and Night, -My WrfVa 0I voree." No End of Special Features. Prices Matinee, dally, any seat 10o. Night performances, 10. 15,20 and 25e PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Ladies' $2.00 Waists for 75c Ladies' $2.50 and $3 Waists ... ..$1.45 7c American Prints, per yard ....5c 25c Striped Indian Head Suiting, per yard. .10c 50c Seko Silks, all shades per, yard .25c 25c Mercerized Foulards, per yard 12ic 25c Poplin, per yard 1 0s 20c Long Cloth, per yd., .100 $1 .25 Dress Goods per yard 07c Ladies' 25c Muslin Draw ers ............ 14c 25c Corset Covers . .10c $4.50 3-bumer Gasoline Stoves $3.19 $2.25 Ovens S1.C9 65c Galvanized Foot Tubs at 39c 25c Jelly Glasses, per dozen 17c 15c Fancy Vases ....9c 10 Vegetable Bowls . .2c