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W *AGE g
p Truth
K Merchandise
II; wiuium your Knowing mat It lies.
of your own Ignorance ot quality?i
t/~ quality?you simply Jet the mercln
conaclously lie about It yourself
Poor quality in merchandise usun
good quality; If It didn't have, cv
quality; and while many buyers p
really wants It. The only reason p
somebody thinks It's good.
Real quality In the goods, like r<
accident; it's there because the mat
liberately made it that way. The
makes or says about It, first ot all
don't hare to preach honesty to mei
You can sec lots of m irchandlse
jj dows which lies about Itself, which
suades you to buy It because the p
ri'.'..' nelnA r*r%f\A ?11?IU?i ? t.l?1. ..
I yitvo iui ftuwu nuam; , UUl a IU^ii 1'
Your Choice of $35, $
Women's Dittm
If every woman knew the truth
stay here thirty minutes tonight. V
sell Dlttman suits and are now offer!
but because we believe what thoi
United States already know that th
retail from $35 to $42.50. Honest.
tailoring, and the best designing of i
mand. But then, we mean to hnve
dard. If any of It isn't, it's our m
for It gladly.
Sunday In
I The Churches
Corner Third St. and Uaslon Ave.
All services as usual Suuday, November
4, with Ilev. J. S. ltobinsou 'n J
p the pulpit. All members and friends i
p:-. ot Grace Lutheran church are urged
if; to bp present. Rev. Robinson never 1
disappoints his hearers. Sunday aches',,
at 9:30. Attendance at Sunday school
is a very important part of religiju
and all should make good their opportunity
in this line. Morning service at
10:45; Christian Endeavor at 6:30;
evening service at 7:30; mid-week i
prayer service Wednesday evening at '
7:30; Junior C. E. Friday at 3:30. The i
Ladies' Aid Society will meet Thurs i
day evening at the home of Mrs. W. F. i
Bhafferman on Coleman avenue.
rias.aa. n Mia?m11 n n ka ^
The united service ot Sunday school
and morning worship at 10 o'clock 1
Were you at Sunday school last Sunday?
Morning sermon 10:45. Evening
jr.... preaching at 7:SO. Sermon by Rev.
Reed. The public will receive a most
hearty welcome to all the services ot
the day.
A. B. Boutlou, Rector.
James Egan, Asst. Rector.
Sunday, November 4. 1017.
Morning: Mass at S and 10.00
o'clock. Evening: Benediction at 7:h0
j: ; o'clock. Weekly services?Morning:
Mass at 6:30 and 7 o'clock each morning.
except Thursday, at which time
the children's instructive mass is celebrated
at S o'clock. Evening: Bene
diction at 7:30 o'clock.
Corner Diamond and Market Sts.
J. Elbert Wells, Pastor.
Many times wo are not sufficiently
impressed with the value of the church
as an institution, because we have not
recognized the unique place of the
i church in society. We are aDt to think
of the church as existing tor its own
sake, as an institution tacked on to
the community and from that we tea
son that we are burdened rather than
blessed with the church. The sermon
theme for 10:45 a. h. is "The Leaven
Kj. - of the City" and the pastor will endeavor
to show that the church as an
institution is essential to tho social
?. order. "The Value of Belief" is the
;heme for 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30
and Epworth League at 0:30. The latch
string of this church is out to everybody.
J. C. Broomfield, Pastm.
The regular Sunday services com5?
mencing with Sunday school at 9:30
with 8upt. W. \V. Conaway in charge.
Classes for all ages. Morning servlca
at 10:45; sermon by Dr. C. E. Wilbur,
of Pittsburgh, Pa.; subject. "Unceasing
Prayer." Christian Endeavor at
5:30. Miss Edith llunsakcr, leader
Evening sen-ice at 7:30, sermon by Dr
"Wilbur. . Dr. Wilbur has many friends
in our city who will be pleased to see
him and we bope a large congregation
will greet him both morning and evenPRESBYTERIAN
Jackson and Jefferson Sts.
H. G. Stoetzer, D. D? Minister.
Sy > You are most cordially invited to
Worship with us in the following scrip.
vices: Bible school at 9:30 a. m.
Classes for all ages; Mr. J. Walter
sT .. fcaraes, superintendent. Morning ser
Now, here's a matter that's ver;
T?rtl?lng." The trouble with mer
37.50, $39.50 & $42.50
an Suits at $27.
about these suits, iliev wouldn't
.re say that, not merely because we
ng them at a largely reduced price, i
jsands ot women throughout the
ey are the best garments made to
all-woo materials, honest, careful
style that great resources can Cornell
our merchandise up to the stunIstake;
we refund the money paid
T . TV* Wli I
Ice, 10:45 o'clock. Reception of men:
Iters and baptism of children. Tat
pastor of the church will speak on this
subject: "Prayer ut a Problem or As a
Ureal Power." The Christian Endeavor
Society will meet at 0:30. Leader, Mr.
Carl B. Smith. Topic, "Perseverance "
Cpli. tl: 10-20. Consecration meeting.
Evening service, 7:30. "What it Cost
Not to lie a Christian" will be the sue- ,
ject that the pastor will speak on
Midweek service Wednesday. 7:30 p.
at. The subject will be "Communirn
With God," Chap. 2 in the book, "The
Meaning of Prayer." .
Fairmont Ave. and Fourth St.
Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor.
Services tomorrow as follows: Sunlay
school will meet at 0:30. This will
bo our annual rally day in the Sunday
school. Tteachers and classes will
seek for a good attendance. The goal i
set is 700. Come early for the music.
Vou will enjoy the orchestra music and
the singing. The rally day program
will bo given at the regular morning
service at 10:45. Public worship an!
rally day program at 10:45. The .heme
af tills sel-vien will hn "Thn l.'l.io-o
Freedom." The service celebrates 'lie
400th anniversary of the birth of
Protestantism. There will be special
addresses on the lifo and work of Mir
tin Luther, who fought a winning fight
against autocracy in the church. Coum
and enjoy this nervice. Epworth
League devotional meeting at 6:10.
Topic, "Leavening the Foreign Avalanche."
This service will be conducted
by Mrs. Marion Brooks, who is doing
such splendid work among the foreigners
in our city. She will bo assisted
by some of the young men whom
she is helping. Public worship nnd termon
at 7:30. Subject ot sermon. "The I.
Word of God?a Word of Power." Holt) j
make this a most inspiring service.!
The meeting will be evangelistic. Tin |
choir will render some good music.1
The male quartette will sing
W. J. Eddy, Pastor.
The obligation is upon all people in
this country to go to church. Ther" 1
never has been a time in the historj '
of the world that demands a close walk ,
with God as now. The church tries to ;
show men how to get the best out of ]
life and help them over their dlfficul-1
ties. Como with us at 9:30 for the |
study of the Word and at 10:45 for j
me rooming worsnip. me Young Peo
pie's societies will give you something
along the line of Perseverance nt 6:30
At 7:30 thero will he an evangelistic
servico with an opportunity for any
who desire to find the way of eternal
life. Good music in anthems, sobs
and hymn music will be rendered by
th ccliolr and congregation. Come
and join us in tills campaign for men
and women.
The Home-Like Church.
J. W. Brown, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30, Prof W. A. j
Hustead. superintendent. Your loyalty ;
Goes like hot-cakes
anMe^es pQjy
I^Itoasties i
5 1!
< directly related to "Truth in ad
cnannise is mat n can lie to you ;
Vou look at it; and maybe, because
nost people are not good Judges of
indlse lie to you; in fact, you un- |
lly lias the outward appearance of j
cry body would know it wan poor
ay for and set poor stuff, nobody
oor quality gets sold at all Is that
'at truthfulness Is very seldom an |
ter wanted it there: because he dehonest
man. whatever ho does, or
honcsth with himself. You
a with a creative purpose.
displayed on counters and in win- !
looks belter thnn.it is; which perrice
at which It is offered Is a low I
rice for the merchandise offered. j
to the Sunday school la the measure or
your faith in the work of the Sundayschool.
Morning service at 10:45, sermon
subject, "Sublime Selfishness;"
li. Y. P. U. at 6:30; evening service at
1:30, sertnon ,"An Old Story." You
.1: u invited to all the services of .be
Sunday school at 5:30 a. m., Mr.
italph Snider, superintendent. As thl3 1
is the only religious service In the
church during the day. a large attendance
Is desired.
1114 Jackson St.
Jail meeting, lu a. in.; Holiness
meeilng. 11 a. m ; company meeting, '
2:110 p. ni.; Young People's meeting, 1
li:J0 p. m.; Salvation meeting. S p . m 1
Public meetings Wednesday, Ttiurs- '
day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
nights at a p. in. The public iH cor- '
Uially Invited to attend all ot these services.
Captain and Mrs. O'Belrnc,
commanding ollicers. '
Charles Baird Mitchell, Rector.
7:20 a. m.. Holy Communion; 'J:30 1
a. m.. Sunday school; 10:45 a. in..
Ilolv Communion and sermon, "Ilea- '
son." Welcome.
Robt. J. Yoak, Pastor. '
5:30 a. m., Sunday school. We ur-3 (
UIUIWII5 il t-pCCJUl L'llUH lO UU11U up
our Sunday school and trust that wo J
shall have tho support ot the church. !
10:45 a. m? preaching, subject, "Our 1
Vision of Jesus Christ;" 6:30 p. tu . '
Senior Epwortb League. Our league *
is growing in interest and numbers 1
and trust such shall continue and :t '
shall if we do our part. 7:30 p. oi, '
preaching, subject, "A Divine Require- '
ment."' We wish to deal with sotie '
things of vital interest to the church '
and request that all members he pros- '
ent. Friends and visitors shall be
given a welcome and made to foe: at '
home. Epwortb League in charge cf '
Young Men's Bible class. Song, "Hit '
Way With Thee." Scripture Ref? by 1
class. Prayer. Responsible reading, 1
Murk IV. 1-7. Special music, by ci ts,. 1
Scripture lesson and talk by W. I).
Straight. Talk. Perseverance In Or." '
Daily Lives, C. H. Snider; talk. Perseverance
In Our League Work, W. 31. '
Downs. Song, "I'll Go Where You ]
Want Me to Go." Collection. League '
C. C. Lawson, Pastor.
Mornig services: ^
Sunday school at 9:30, - J. A. Swiger,
Supt. ;
Preaching at 10:45, "Drifting." Be ]
not deceived, you shall reap your own ,
sowing. By neglecting the means of |
grace, you sow what? I
Evening services: i
l>:JU?Christian Endeavor. A run
attendance is desired. Will you disappoint
7:30?Sermon, "Soul Saving and its
Reward." As our Evangelistic service
begins on Sunday night, let the
membership he present and lend a
hand in promoting Zlon while it Is
yet day. The following themes will
he discussed during the week: Menlay
evening. "Faithfulness;" Tuesday,
"Such as 1 Have;" Wednesday,
"Weak Hands and Feeble Knees;'
Thursday, "Wanted a Man;" Friday,
"Three Fold Trumpet Mast;" Saturday,
"Endewed with Power for Witnessing"
The success of this meeting de
[tends greatly upon the interst manifested
by the church members. The
harvest is ripe, shall we gather it or
let it waste?
Come one, come all, you will surely
find a welcomo here. Every evening,
beginning Sunday, until further notice,
at 7:30.
Funeral services over the body of
Mrs. John A. Harlow will be held on f
Sunday arternoon at Enterprise, in- I
lerment hoimr made in the T n n F r
cemetery tberc. A special car will
leave the residence at 12:15 for En !
terprlse where interment will lie;
made by Undertakers Carpenter and
Funeral services over the body of
Mrs. Mary Maurer whose death occurred
Thursday night nt the home
of Michael llerendt In Montana were
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the Brendt residence. The body was
interred in the Montana cemetery by
Undertaker Musgravc and Son.
is pure I i
II ft!;
U? Purity in cocoa means
carefully selected, scrupulously
cleaned cocoa
beans, scientifically sH
L blended, skilfully
J roasted, and with the if
t excess of fat removed, |
J reduced to an extremely
fine powder by a strictly
mechanical process, no
chemicals being used. |
X the finished product
! containing no added s ;
I- mineral matter. |
\\ AND IT HAS j1 i
[; Trade-mark on every
fiinc package U |
let of choice
jej icnt free M
Made only by [
8 GO. Ltd.
mo. u.i. pat. err. E?UblUh?d 1780
i'ii'arriilii iiiii'iriahMil itSll'liiiiildiriyhtf
Committee Named Yesterday
to Take Charge of
the Canvass.
The- campaign to secure some elglr.
jr ten thousand members for the local
chapter of the National lted Cross t>o:lety
will start olT with vim on Monday
jf next week. -While the aim will he
[or eight thousand members yet It Is
Relieved that the ten thousand mark
will be easily reached.
The canvas will be made under the
lirectlon of the Hed Cross Extension
:omm!ttee of which Mrs. Edwin Hi cnson
Is chairman. Mrs. M. A. Fletcher
is vice chairman and Mrs. 11. 1).
L'aitsey Is secretary.
The big drive will be under tho personal
direction of S. L. 1'ostlethwatt, a
lted Cross campaign manager, and he
ivlll be assisted in the advisory wcrlt
jy J. M. Hartley, chairman of the lo
. al committee, and C. E. Smith, vice
The committee appointed to name
lie workers consisting of A. G. Martin
dinlrman, and Mrs. John Gordon
Smyth and Charles W. Evans held a
neeting yesterday evening and namo.1
i committee which will have charge
if the canvass In this city and sur-oundlng
towns and territory. Ttiis
:ommlttee Is made up of representslve
men and women of the commun
ty. It is the aim of tho management
if the campaign to secure the co-onerition
of every man. woman and child
n the community.
The towns of Farmington. Monmigab.
"airvlew, Grant Town, Baxter, Worthngton,
Rtvesvllle. Hoult, KIngmont.
Mlddleton, Montana, Colfax, Evcrsbn,
Icottdalo, Carolina. Barrarkvllle and
iVntson will be Included In the cm
The following committee will have
:harge of the canvass:
Mrs. Kdwin Robinson, Mrs. M. A.
rietchcr. Mrs. Ilep.-y D. Causey, Mrs
D. M. Osgood. Mrs. E. Blaine Moore,
Mrs. Allle Haymond, Mrs. Rojer
\lngsland, J. M. Hartley. Harrr J.
Hartley. A. G. Martin. Charles W.
Svans, C. E. Smith, H. A. Williamson,
lev. A. Boutlou, Mrs. Vaughn Joll.fio.
Miss .Ruth Kclley, R. .T. Cunningham.
Jlenn F. Barns.
Rev. C. D. Mitchell. Mrs. M. L.
Sturm, Mrs. Charles Balrd Mitchell,
dev. J. C. Broomfleld, Rev C E. Good.vin,
Rev. J. R. Yoak, Rev. W. J. Eddy
dev. H. G. Stoetzer. Rev. J. E. Wells,
dev. W. D. Reed, G. II. Colcbauk. O O.
IVilson. W. E. Buckey.
Guy Crlgler, T. C. Moore, W. E. Mlcii
tel. W. A. Hustcad, Mrs. J. H. McC'los
tey. Mrs. C. C. Denham Mrs C. C.
Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. H. B Clark.
Miss Dorciy I'richurd, Mrs L. D.
Howard, Mrs. Jearnette I.eepei M'ss
da Stone, Miss Elizabeth Stone. Ralph
3eckner, Rev. J. D Brcwne. Frank
lackson, Wllliatn Oscar Armstrong
Rev. R. L. Oldfleld, N. C. Comtirt
:1s, Ket. John W. Brown, Mrs. Fred
Helmick. Mrs. Kemble White. Mrs E
\ Hartley, Mrs. .1 E. Watsnn, Ira
Mken, Mrs. Ira Aiken. Nlmslii Nuzuin.
J. A. Wood. W. D. Stockley. Mrs W
3 .Stockley, Frank II. Lyon, iirno,<n
'leming, Jr., G. E. Peddlcord. Mrs U.
r. Hiirtman.
L. G. Hoggs. Miss Margaret McKln
cv, J. C. Herbert. Mrs. \v. J. Wlegei.
Toseph Lehman. W. N. Engle, Harry
'lowers, II. J. Fatt, H. S. Gaston, A
I. Watson. John W. Wolfe, H. M. Hlte.
\. M. Glover, A. L. Nichollch, Anthony
Jowen, Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson.
Paul W. .Lange, Theodore Werknmr..
Hrs. Anthony Bowen, Mrs. J. A. Mere
lith. Mrs. Hugh F. Smith. Mrs. H. P.
lobinson, Mrs. T. T. Holt, James T.
Sloan, C. C. Wedding, Mrs. C. C. Weti
ng. J. S. Poplo, Hugh F. Smith, Clar
mce D. Robinson, H. P. Robinson,
^awrence H. Orr. Ralph Courtney. J.
I. Miller. R. C. Miller.
C. H. Jenkins, John Forcrene. A. L.
Lehman. J. Walter Barnes, Levi U
Iarr, Mrs. J. Walter Barnes, Mrs. A.
j. Lehman, Ira L. .Smith, nort Leotold,
Trevy Nutter, F. R. Clelland. F.
J. Jones, W. K. Barnes, Mrs. 7.. F.
lobertson. D. A. Maurer. Mrs. W. H.
lonaway, Mrs. A G. Martin.
Mrs. George M. Alexander, Mrs. .1
5. .Sythe. Louise Nichols. Mrs. C. W.
iVatson, Miss Ida Watson. Mrs. J. 0
[Vatson, Miss Jennio Flemlns, Mi-,
'lyde S. Holt. Albert L. Wescott. W.
Examinations Free
Gold Crowns $5.00.
Guaranteed 10 Years
Fillings 50c and up.
Remember your stomac
properly, to avoid it causi:
If you have a few teeth
missing, have a plate insei
condition and avoid much
Our Prices Art
The I
Main St. Opp. C
I.' 1,1 J588
,' V *
1 1 ,
country's foremost manuf
J Make Your Selection
E .Watson, Jr., G. M. Wllsbire, Mrs. G.
M. Wllshtre. E. Blaine Moore. Sam it.
Nuzum, Mrs.. J. F. Fitcliie.
Miss Helen t}. Miller, T. I. Drett, !.
M .Jacobs. Itev. Chas. Baird Mitchell
and Thos. W. Fleming,
mission for the use of the room has noi
Grant Town.
J. W. Devlsou. John M. McGraw, V7.
D. Ice, Br. J. C. Collins.
Golden Hoult.
T. A. Hunsaker. Sam It. Hite, W F.
Hunsaker, ltay liuusakvr.
Itusb Miller.
Montana Mines.
Carl Dawson, W. J. Davis.
C. C. Arnett, Marcus Hite, C. E.!
Gaskill. B. N. Musgrove, Smith Hood, j
Carl J. Carter, W. B. Ice.
Harry Hall. Worthy H. l'ost, D. G.
Hiram Nichols.
Dr. J. P. Alkire, Charley Haun.
Mrs. H. C. Cuminings, 0. E. Morris,
J. Y- Hamilton. Mayor Eddy, W. H.
P. M. Cotilcy, Mrs. P. M. Conloy, W.
; E. Mapcl, Linn Dock, F. G. Gray. Gar- j
' ter Cooper.
Cal Tarltoti, John Thompson, Tom |
Cudy, J. C. Crawford, D. A. Reed.
W. J. McDauiel, Isaac Mclntire. Jos
l Lane Parrlsh, Mrs. Leonard.
! W. H. Hess.
Luke Murray.
W. J. Wolfe.
; Claude McBee, E. Darrell Kline. T.
i G. Price, Carroll Currey, L N. Sat
terfleld. K. K. Lowe. John Uiggins.
Children Cry
r*- i\ cxrt D i t\
w r- i w i I m
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
refund money if it fails. 25c
ATES $8.
aranteed lO Yc
h needs the assistance of youi
ng nervousness and sickness.
missing, have them bridged in
rted. Help your stomach all y<
suffering. Consult the Union
! Reasonable. We
Jnion D<
ourt House. Over 5
. ..i -
if one of the
acturers and at
heir Real worth Opens at 8 A.
You can mak<
\ They come i
I but interspers
I each and ever
I many styles t
WpffA cial purchase,
BmlfoP ^ne wo
BEWPepsT cumstances be
i Promptly.
1 i
Casey Man in Charge. .,tt
I'rof. It. G. Wilson is the new prill " .
cijrnl of the Thohurn high school. Su- ..
pcrintendent Conley of Lincoln DL- j"
trict has hecn acting principal until
the services of Prof. Wilson were se- ^
cured. Wilson was an engineer on *a
(he new bridge crossing tho Coal Run ev'
ravine in Fairmont and came to Fair
mom as an employe of the John F.
Casey company.
Mill Fall Road.
Grading for the new road that is
being constructed between Mill Fall
end Helen's run is almost completed.! A1
Concrete has been laid as far as Cottage
street and several hundred yards
of brick have already been laid.
No Lecture Course.
The Thohurn high school will not
have its iecture course this year. Last
year a course consisting of four nutn- vc
hers was given, not a singlu number an
paying for itself. It was not thought
advisable to undertake the lecture ij.j
course again this year.
Miss Inez Meredith was among the I
Monognh social visitors to Fairmont
yesterday evening.
Illake Blllingslea of Worthingtoil
U'flC 111 Mnilfll' -ill voclonlott ovnnlerr
calling on friends. 1 no
Mrs. Anna Vockrodt and Mrs. Ar- 1m
! ac
Rub Musterole on Forehead di
and Temples on
A headache remedy without the daft. '
gcrs of "headache medicine." Relh.^s F*
headache and that miserable feeling from | ,
colds or congestion. And it acts at once! I 00
Musterole is a clean, white ointment, ?n
made with oil of mustard. Better than a
mustard plaster and does not blister.
Used only externally, and in no way can u
it affect stomach and heart, as some in- ?
ternal medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis, i~
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, con- J
gestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, 1
all pains and aches of the back or joints, i
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains,
frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often
prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $250
Teeth Cleaned 75c. 1
Bi-idge Work $5 a Tooth
Teeth Extracted 25c.
Painless Methods Used.
jars j
: teeth to chew your food
i and if you have them all
au can to keep in a healthy
Dentists for this expert
Aim to Please.
and 10 Cent Store. I
M. and Closet at 5 P. M.
UVAA VI ? Y 111 imv
i your Fall and Winter
at remarkable savings.
'S (untrimmed shapes)
and plush.
;ed with some colors?
y style is one of the
hat are in Popular DePRICE?Well
our Speenables
us to sell this
uld under ordinary cir;
marked up to $7.50.
lr Stealey ot Fairmont were In Moagali
yesterday evening.
Sonzlt Shaver was In Fnlrmont yesday
evening calling on friends and
ending to business.
Lee N. Sattcrlicld was among the
tnongah business transactors In
irmont yesterday afternoon.
John Yoak was a .social visitor to
Irmont for a short while yestorday
id Sour Stomacli Caused TUs
Lady Much Suffering. BlackDraught
Meadorsvllle, Kv.?Mrs. Petri Pat.
:k, of this place, writes: "I was
ry constipated, i had Bour stomach
d was bo uncomfortable. I wont to
e doctor. Ho gave me somo pills,
tey weakened me and seemed to
ir up my digestion. Thoy would
Ipe me and afterwards It seemed
was more constipated tban before.
I heard of Black-Draught and deled
to try It. I found It Just what I
eded. It was an easy laxative, and
t bad to swallow. My digestion soon
proved. I got well of the sour stomh,
my bowels soon seemed normal,
i more griping, and I would take a
se now and then, and was in good
I cannot say too much for Black aught
for it is the finest laxative
e can nee." .- t- Thcdford's
Black-Draught has for
iny years been found of groat valhe
the treatment of stomach, liver and
wel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
d reliable in Its action, leaving no
d after-effects, it has won the praise
-? 1- 1-- u - - -
uiuuoauua ul ywyio wuo "SS35
See George
Enamel Ware
Just received large assortment
of No. 1 Enamel Ware. Come In
early and get your pick.
School Supplies
Tablets. Book Satchels, Pencils.
Ink, Pnste, Crayons; In fact
anything that your boy or girl
may need at school at the right
As to Glassware and
We have It ranging In price
from 10c to 50c.
Curtain Scrim, 10c yard.
Curtain Patterns, 50c a pair.
Children's Hose
Special for school children.
oiau tuu iiuv uuoiti j ivr n Hillen
at reasonable prices.
Crochet Cotton?all colors and
Knitting yarns lor sweaters,
wristlets, socltB, or almost anything
that the boys will need In
the trenches. We also have the
knitting needles.
Special line -Candles,
Fresh Cakes, Choice
Fruits and Nuts
Geo. A. Walter
217 Madison St.
Let Us Save You Money

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