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m tits TOJOAL CO.
B-fittow Employes Gave OrlmP&<
: % t k . i. _ *rv 170
[vai A. Asn a r me r ounimi
a. Ash, chief money order]
Clerk it the locdl postoffice, has resigned
to accept a position with the
purchasing department of the Consolidation
Coal company. Hi3 resigns
tlon was effective yesterday, having
assumed his new duties yesterday
Ask has been an employe at the local
office for two and one-half years
and was considered one of the most
ttaluable men in the office. His pleasing
personality made many friends,
especially among the other office employes.
As a token of their appreciation
of his services the employes presented
him with a fine fountain r=n
before he left yesterday evening. The
presentation was marie by Frank
Two other attaches of the postoffice,
Glenn Fortney and Cecil McDonnell,
Win enter military service before June
1, entitling the office to fifteen stars
in its service flag. Since January 1!
over twenty employes of the local office
have left the postal service.
Postoffice employes gathered at the
home of Arval A. Ash in Maryland
avenue yesterday evening and gave a
surprise party in his honor. They
brought the refreshments with them
' and came to spend the evening. The
following were present: Frank Duvall,
C. 8- Bailey, Fred allace, James Pethtal,
Frank Smith, James E. Kennedy,
Jacob Simon. Glenn Downs, Jesse Wilson,
Brooks Hull, Clarence Hall and
Willis Wilson.
Mrs. A. M, Grrandstaff
II i uies ai ivionongan
' ' Mrs. Alice Miller Grandstaff, wife of
William H. Grandstaff. died at their
home at Monongah last night at 11:30
! ' o'clock of pneumonia after an illness
of three weeks. She was thought to
I be recovering until the night before
, her death'when she suddenly became
, worse. She was 5S years old last Au
[ gnat. She was a highly respected lady
, and had many friends who will be
pained to hear of her death.
ijN Mra. OTandstaff was twice married, i
She ia survived by her husband and
, the following children by her first 1
marriage: Mrs. E. D. Holden, of Fair- i
i; j mont; Mrs. L. T. Toothman, of Mill 1
. Fall run; Mrs. Nellie Morgan, of Dei
^ i troit, Mich.; Mrs. Gertrude Evans, of '
t' : JUcMeehen; William. Walter and BritP
! ton Miller, of Mt. Clare; Ward Miller, I
H < of Clarksburg, and Joshua Miller, who <
i " ta in tha National army and stationed 1
. gt Camp Pike, Ark. '
- Funer f. services will he held at 1
Monongah Sunday afternoon at two <
fc. "o'Jock, after which the funeral party i
Will pome to Fairmont, arriving on the i
i y. < olock lnterurban car. Interment 1
fel'i vrtll be made in Woodlawn cemetery 1
^ by* Undertaker Musgrave & Son.
Isaird Mitchell, Rector. 1
' f:30 a. m., holy communion. 1
; , ; 9:30 a. m? church school. 1
10:41$ a. m? morning prayer and
i p. m., commencement exercises
of church school,
pi No evening service. Welcome
214 Jackson St. ,
. tapi. and Mrs. John O'Bierne In charge
Ja|l meeting at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school 2:30 P. M.
Open-air service 7:30 P. M. ;
- ?> Solvation Meeting 8:00 P. M.
Mrl'TJert O'Bierne of Newport News 1
' . Va., brother of Captain John O'Bierne '
who "with his wife are in charge of
The Salvation army work in this city 1
f will he present at all of these services '
end the public is earnestly requested 1
I to be present. i
V( '. ?. ? ??.
H. O Reynolds, Pastor. ]
;/ > The services in Grace Lutheran 1
?'fchurch, corner Third street and Gas- \
. ton avenue are as follows:
i. , #:80?Sunday school, W. E. Shaffer- j
10:30?Divine services, sermon by
lie paator, subject: "Watchfulness."
?' T:00?Young Peoples meeting.
8:00?Sermon by the pastor, sub- 1
:- , Ject "Serving and Counter Serving." !
All are welcome. J
W. J. Eddy, Pastor. 11
The people who attend the service'
: Bor the day will be entertained with 1
?!. * variety of speakers.
m - The Red Cross is on for the morn- i
service and Mr. Ira L. Smith will i
It;:-.~he the speaker. Mr. J. F Cole will'
?&. ' (. conduct the service. ,
p- The Sunday school will be at 9:80;,
Ku' end the morning service at 10:45. i;
. 8:00?Sunday school Virginia ave-!,
: [ 2:00?Junior B. Y. P.T7.?Margaret J <
| Lehman, leader.
jRaj.';r 7:00?Intermediate and Senior B.1,
IT. P. U. with Delma Whitecotton and t
r Willn Van Gilder as leaders. I
gjjjj. & 8:00?Evening service. There will |
be three speakers at this service. Mr. ]
ip&t'X H. Lynch will conduct this service. ,
wm&L? Mr. J. C. Dance. Dr. C. O. Henry and j t
' Mr. E. J.-Thomas will be the speakers.
The choir will render good music for j ?
|jj||p J. C. Broomfleld, D. D.. Minister
||P.' To the following services you are
Sunday school at 9:20 a. m. During
P--:^'"Msiy thuafar we have passed the goa!
B|;Vf' jrfrt Yo'rcur drive for May and June.
KpiPreaching service at 10:45 with j
fy . ? sermon.oa "The Challenge of a Great
^^j^taodrtlen Endeavor at T:1S led by
0. TJrenlhf service at 8 o'clock to be t
(BY C<
f? ?ttuT tvHfifM
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ANNOY Tuer-i"!!! r^-c
N g>w?r Bi
Growing Incentive to Labor.
Estimate of the number of men
railed from Fairmont and vicinity
shows 103 for the month of May.
This means 103 new reasons for Red
Cross work in Fairmont chapter and
auxiliaries. Women are bound to heroine
interested in Red Cross work
who have been hitherto indifferent, or
'too busy."
Eo net stay at home and bemoan
the departure of the boy who leaves
for a purpose which can only win him
ionor and respect; do not shut yourself
within, and write letters to that
my which will only throw gloom and
:are over Ihe precious minutes which
are allowed him for rest and recreation.
Get out and do something for
lim and those who are in service with
One of the greatest reasons for the
iddvessed in behalf of the Red Cross
oy Mr. J. Walter Barnes and A. L.
Lehman. Let every member and
friend of the congregation rally to
his patriotic service.
Fairmont Avenue and 4th Street.
Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor.
Sunday school at nine-thirty. The
ittendance for the past three or four
Sundays has been beyond the average
Ks a memher of the school you are ask
;d to help make this true of the
school tomorrow. Visitors will find a
learty welcome. Classes for all ages, i
Lome early for the music. A good;
jrchestra. Inspiring singing.
Public worship and senhon at tentorty
five. Subject of sermon "The
Christian's Heritage." The pastor
tiopes to see a large attendance of
members at this service.
Epworth league devotional service j
it six thirty o'clock. Topic?"The
League Institute a Training Camp for
Service." The Diamond street chapc.
Help to make this a great service, j
First church for this meeting. All
young people are urged to attend
.his service.
The evening sen-ice will be in the
Interest of the Red Cross. Mr. W.
1. Wiegel and Prof O. G. Wilson will
present the Red Cross message. The
service will have a special patriotic
?mphasis. The music will be patriotShow
your interest in the work of
:be Red Cros by your presence at this
v rii_ia 'tiu i nuuig i
Werner Market and Diamond Streets.
J. Elbert Weil*, Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Is the hour fur Sunday
school. Retire Saturday night with
rour mind made up to attend Sunday j
school and the morning preaching services
and you will not have an absent
)r tardy mark against you.. "The
Satfbath was tirade for man" in order j
hat he might have tftne to take his
>yes off the ground and look up into
he face of the Infinite, that he might
tave fellowship with his Heavenly
'ather. Let there be no slackers;
et us give a full Sabbath to a cultivation
of things spiritual The pasor's
theme at the 10:45 service will
be, 'yrhe Law of the Harvest,"?
i sermon for young and old. Epworth
<ecgue Devotional meeting at 6:30
n union with the leaguers of the
rirst clyirrh; all our young people are
trged to be at First church at 6:30
iharp. The topic is "The League Initiate
a Training Camp for Sendee."
Cell. 3 1-12. This Is to be an institute
ally and all the young people will be
inxious to share in the enthusiasm,
it our evening service at 8:00 o'clock
he Red Cross is to have right of way i
dessrs. Harry 8haw and H. H. Rose
vill be our speakers. We give them a
tearty welcome and bespeak for them
: very large congregation. The latch
tring of this church is out to every!94*
X T?^(_ you THAT ray
=?= ?/ BE SURPRlSeD
- gyi\;X ^T 1 AM
^\\\Sff ^R0K?KJ*
^ T6t-c IT TO ^ ^ .^=5: ^
SSls*s s
| uxistancc ot the Red Cr. is to givo
! the women of our nation a chance to
do something, and jiot put in the time
| in idly bewailing thje inevitable.
When you write to the boy who has
! gone into service, tell him, "This day
has been given to Red Cross work,''
and see what he will say when he replies.
Let every home which floats
a set vice flag, send a regular worker
airo to some point closest, to produce
th things which that boy will require
I if wounded or ill.
Never before in the world's history
have women been offered such an opportunity
to show the stuff of whieh
they are made. The Red Cross offers
the widest field and every woman may
and should enter and labor there.
Surgical Dressings Report.
The report is fine this week for surLCHURCHES
Clarence Mitchell, D. D? Minister
Sunday school at 10 a. m. The Red
Cross of duty should bring out old and '
young Morning worship and sermon
following Sunday school period. Snec
lal patriotic music. The Christian En
rteavor will meet at 7:15 p. m. Mrs.
Forest DeBolt will be the leader. All
young people are cordlaly invited to
be present. Attorney Ira Smith and
Mr. HaAy Engle will be the Red
Cross speakers at the evening service.
The public is most cordially invited.
I Services at 8 o'clock.
Corner Jackson and Jefferson Sts.
H. G. Stoetzer, D. D., Minister
You are cordially invited to worship
j with us tomorrow in the following ser|
I Bible school at 9:30. Classes for all
; ages. J. Walter Barnes superintend:
[ Morning service at 10:45. Recepi
tjon of members and sermon by the
| pa3tor of the church on this subject
"The Three Uses of Our Lives."
The Junior Christian Endeavor will
: meet at 2:30.
| Senior society at 7 o'clock. Leader
Miss Florence Jack. Education: "The
Doorway to Service." 2 Tim. 2:15,
Luke 6:40
Evening service at 8 o'clock. Rev.
IW. D. Reed and Mr. Henry S. Lively |
, will be the speakers for the Red
! Cross drive Midweek service Wednesday
at 8 P. M.
Robert J. Yoak, Pastor.
We earnestly request the members
I find frip.nrtft e\t nnr /OtnrMi to.ho m?Ac
i ent at the following services Sunj
day: 1
Sunday school 9:30 a. ra.
Public worship and preaching 10:45 ,
a. m
Our Sunday morning sermon will be |
devoted to the consideration of the
subject "Christian Education."
Epworth League 7 P. M.
8:00?The Sunday night service will
be given to the Red Cross and Hon.
O. S. McKinney and Mr. W. A. Hustead
will be the speakers. I trust
that the speakers at the night service
may have an appreciative hearing.
C .C. Lawsan, Paster.
Sunday school at 9:20 a. in.. J. A.
Swiger, superintendent. Fre:?:bing at
10:45 a. m. A good turn out Is desired
at both these services. Evening
services: Christian Endeavor at 7:00.
The former part of the preaching
hour will be used br Red Cross speakers.
Let us have a good crowd.
Children Cry
Heal dressings work-the report ?t-f
Iowa, day by day:
Friday. Hay 10th, 8 workers, 1,000
game sponges.
Friday evening, 12 workers, 1,625
gauze sponges.
Saturday, 11th, 4 workers, 250 gauze
1 -
Monday, 13th, 10 workers, 100 gauie
sponges. i
Monday evening, IS workers, 525
compresses. '
Tuesday, 14th, 3 workers, 75 compresses.
Wednesday, 15th, 8 workers, 43J
Thursday, 16th, 6 workers, 450 compresses.
Thursday evening, 5 workers, 332
This totals 94 workers and 4,570
dressings made.
Mrs. Rosier Talks to the Boys.
Few of our men leaving for service
know anything about the Home Service
section of Fairmont chapter.
After they get to camp, if difficulties
occur at home, they learn from the
Home Service camp section to write |
to their local Red Cross for assist-1
ance, ana numbers of letters are being j
received now irom our men m campj
regarding affairs which need attention.
This department of Red Cross service
should, however, he called to
mind before our boys leave; they will
leave ia ueuir spirits and feel more
satisfied all round If they know it is
the purpose and intention of the chapter
to mount guard iu their absence.
Therefore, these talks to the men
by Mrs. Rosier, about Home Service)
and its meaning, v.ill greatly cheer ana |
encourage departing soldicro. W turn'
ever pos3ioic, 11 is or gioat r.ap*?rt
ance thai luis r. :imation <c giver;.
Report of Mono pah Aux-".uy. j
Entirely without Intents:-. the report
from Monongah auxiliary was
omitted last week, so we publish it I
with pleasure this week and beg the j
i auxiliary's pardon for the omlssioa. i
It is a fine report.
Garments for the Hospital Gar-]
meats department were completed and ]
sent in to headquarters as follows.!
51 hospital shirts, 1 pajarna suit, 25
i property bags; for the Knitting departnn.nt,
2 helmets and 2 pairs socks
were turned in; 18S gauze sponges fot
surgical dressings, and loo housewives
were make for the comfort kits l
sent to Washington.
Monougah has great opportunity for
Rc-1 (.toss work, and cvoiy woman
y* 11 rrVt f 4 a %.?? ?.i?,ll!n ? ?
I VUfgilb IU OilUUlUCl tivt (Ul.Mliai > ic
spon ability. Don't wait l';r the auxiliary
chairman to call io service every
time t ic work room is up en?just surprise
her once and be there early
enough to give her the glad liaai
when she arrives.
Some Donations We Were Glad to
' Dr. LeBlond contributed to the "haptor
treasury to the extent of $1.00;
Dr. LeBlond resides in Rivesvllle and
doubtless is an earnest booster for tli?
auxiliary there. Our thanks for the
Mrs. Shrewsbury B. Miller gave us
$10.00, a gift we acknowledge wita
'great pleasure.
Miss Eliabeth Hunsaker made her
nonthly donation of $1.00, a contribution
the chapter begins now to expect
and count on.
Great Report on Organization.
Whether we raise our $80,000.00
next week or not, remains to be seen,
but one thing is very clear and that
is the growing interest in the work.
Hardly a emetiug is held that does
net wind up with a request for an auxiliary
organization. Four new auxil
iaries have been inhered into Fairmont
chapter the past week, one at
Colfax, one at Benton's Ferry, one at
Pine Grove, and another Eist Side
auxiliary to be known as the Central
East Side auxiliary. Before the close
oi mi: weea ai leaat one more will be
added at Catawba. Welcome to our!
chapter, auxiliaries, we can't have too I
many; come up to headquarters as!
soon as possible, and get acquainted
with the women In service there.
Mrs. Maurer Donates a Machine.
Mrs. Dan A. Maurer has donated to
the headquarters work room an electric
sewing machine. Tills machine is
gladly-welcomed by the workers, and
greatly appieciated by the chapter in
geueral. In making this gift to the
chapter Mrs. Maurer stated, that, as
circumstances prevented her from doing
much personal labor in the workroom,
this machine would do duty
for her.
Report of Hospital Garments.
Garments completed for shipment to
division headquarters, 151 hospital
shirts, 24 pajama siuts, 2 convalescent
robes. Garments cut for making,
15 pajama suits, 128 hospital shirts.
The Dunbar school Junior Red Cross
turned in 30 pillow cases, .24 trinket
bags and 5.850 gun wipes.
Draft Supt, Wilson
I For W.S.S, Campaign
Otis G. Wilson city superintednent
of schools has been appointed vice
chairman of the Marion county War
Savings society. Mr. Wilson was notified
of his appointment by Robert j
L. Archer, state chairman and has wlr i
ed his acceptance. A war savings
campaign for the purpose of slmulat-'
ing the purchase of war stamps will!
be waged throughout the country on!
June 28 and already steps have been'
laken by County Chairman Glenn F. j
Barns and Vice Chairman Wilson toward
the movement in Marftm county.
By royal order the celebration of
Arbor Day has been made obligatory
in eyery township and municipality
in Spain, and tree-planting is to be
carried on upon a more extensive
scale than heretofore.
The only auto and furniture polish
sold in America
Am one application to hold a beauti1^
luster for 100 days. Xot affected
by Rein, snow, mud or ice. and positively
does not collect dust. Will
stand the test of boiling water.
Cleans and polishes to a bright finish
all brass, nickel and silverware.
Fairmont Pharmacy,
Watson Hotel Corner.
"The Druo Store ^head."
nrniini in i tin nr .
And Party Organization is
in Ship Shape Condition ;
Says Highland.
Went There at End of Trin1
Through the Lower
WASHINGTON", D. C.. May 17?
Fresh from thro eweeks' of politicking
in the farthest south counties of
West Virginia, the first canvass he
has made since he stepped into the j
arena as a candidate for the senator-,
ial nomination. National Committed-:
man Virgil L. Highland comes to the
Capital yesterday. His presence ere-!
ated a flutter of interest upon the:
part of the State's politicians.
A deal for a number of building lots j
which he lias owned in the suburbs of j
Washington for a number of years,
was the prime object of his coming,
but after closing that he was a busy
man calling upon the Republican members
of the delegation and visiting j
with friends and political supporters, !
These were principally Interested in j
knowing bow he came out on his trip 1
into a section of the state where he
had been known almost etititely as a
party leader and a leading business
man in the middle ar.d northern end of
the state.
"As to my trip," said Mr. Highland, j
"it was most interest fr.vt ail viewpoints
outside of my candidacy, and
as to that it was most encouraging)
and gratifying. I might say that I;
was dee-lighted to borrow a familiar j
adjective if a very famous America:,
patriot and statesman. Any way that
is the way I feel about it.
"A visit to Xorfjlk and Western
country is well worth the time and
expense required of any West Virginian
who has never been in that region
before It is a constant and continual
revelation, and makes a man feel proud
of the greatness of his state than ever
before. It is a great industrial empire
of itself. They do things in a
big way down there, and that means
they are big people. Being myself a
coal man and banker I was particularly
interested in their big operations
and financial Institutions.
"The counties in the region I visited
are, for the most part, Republican
counties. My observation, and
the information given me, convinced
me that the party organization there !
is in ship shape condition for this:
year's contest at the polls in Novem-!
ber. I am of the opinion that the j
Republicans are more concerned in
the welfare and success of the party
than they are over personalities and
the triumph of any man's political inspiration.
I think this argurs well.
One thing, they seem determinedly
set against any party factional fights
this year, and have their faces set
against any actions or words upon the
part of anybody which might have a I
tendency that way. I think this is!
a sound, healthy sign, and am glad to I
be able to report that such is the con- i
"I found the people in that part of:
the State interested and active in do-:
ing their individual part to help win)
the war. That is, as it should be with ;
all of us, uppermost and first. But
at the same time I found that they
are thinking about their political duties
although not making much of a
iuss ana noise over mem. uecaube
of the fact that the great war over-,
shadows everything else, it is not to
be construed that the "puUlic is not
thinking and seriously, upon its political
responsibilities. They do fail to
appreciate the importance of these duties
which, if anything, take on an
added importance this year, because
of the feat of the war. But of course
nothing could be expected to compete
for public interest, excitement
and atention with the war.
"I do not care to talk of the reception
of my candidacy for the senatorial
nomination by the Republicans in
the locality that I have paid a visit to,
> I
Yes, and because It has been
finished with SO-E-ZY Varnish
Stain, it's sure to look like new
for years to come.
SO-E-ZY Finishes are ma^e in
a long list of products?all of
the highest quality?for every
household use.
They are most economical because
scientifically made from
selected materials and nothing
has to be added before they can.
be used.
Let us tell you the right finish
for any object you may wish to
Fairmont Pharmacy
Fairmont, W. Va.
ty leader 1n close touch with the State
Committee organization, conferred
with the four Republican members of
the House over the action takep by
the Democratic State Committee at
its meeting in Parkersburg on tYednes
day. He did not commit himself on |
the proposal for the two parties to get j
together and endorse the entire;
House delegation, saying he did not!
know In detail just what the opposi- j
tion committee did. From what he had .
beard was done, he asumed that the:
Republican State Committee would j
take notice. That was a matter, however.
for the State Committee and its :
chairman. Joseph H. Gaines, to con-1
sider. he declared. And he presumed'
that they would in due course of time, j
Zachariah Kendall, j
of Dent's Run, Dies
Zarkariah Kendell of Dent's Run. I
an aged and well known resident of
the county died last night at his home g
after an illness from diseases incident g
to advanced age. He was almost 90 (
years of ape and was a life long res- R
ident of the county. The deceased is |
survived by his wife who is also well
advanced in years and several chil-l
dren, namely Mrs. Ardie Bridgman at
home. Mrs. Deiphia Straight. S. M.
Kendell of Elkins. M. A. Kendall and
Raymer Kendall of California, the lat
ter a former resident of Fairmont. M.
A Kendall has been here for several
days having come cn account of his
father's illness. Funeral services will
be held on Sunday at 10 o'clock from
his late residence. Mr. Kendell was
an uncle by marriage of Mrs. \V. D. ]
Evans of this city.)
The versatility of cattle is being
demonstrated by a farmer in West >
Brookfield. Mass., who is said to get'
entertainment as well as profit from I
his Guernsey herd. The farmer has!
taught his her dto do various tricks.!
such as rolling a barerl around the:
barnyard and the like, and he has a
special wooden platform whereon the j
cattle have their particular place.3 i
and performances.
Society Ladies Everywhere !g
IT (IT _ CI _1 TT I I
use ijU ureuie xiair
The well-known society leader's hair
was prematurely gray, perhaps just
like yours, but Mrs. J?- heard of
"La Creole" Hair dressing?how
thousands of people everywhere had
used it with perfect satisfaction. It
is not a dye. but preparation designed
eenecally for the purpose of gradually
restoring color to gray or faded hair, ;
and which is easily applied by sijnply
combing or brushing through the
hair. -"La Creole" Hair Dressing positively
eradicates dandruff/-keeps the
scalp in a healthy condition and promotes
the growth of new hadr; brings
back a natural, soft, even^dark shade
to gray or faded hair, and makes it;
lustrous, full of life and beautiful, j
"La Creole" Hair Dressing; is; so hi and j
recorrmended by Crane's Drag Store, j
Fairmont, W. Va. Mail orders prompt-!
ly filled upon receipt of regulat price, II
51.20. "La Creole" Hair Dressing is !|
sold on a money back guarantee. I*ught
; vftu s
by a factory expert
Come in and See these mar
The experience is a revelati
a trifling outlay.
May 16,17,
Inns coupon a
of one new JSe bruah (merely to ins
NAMEL DEn0N?ntAT70N. (Da
If lirgtr can i? de?i rod,coupon will ap]
WOww mwrnmaaaMil
except to ft*? that It has been as CON
dial *?1 had anticipated. It I were to
say mote I might be charged with
bragging, or, at least be criticised lor
being .optimistic. All I need to say.
I think. Is that I met 'with hospitable
treatment anw courtesy, and received
enough assurances o( support to warrant
the tee ling of gratification and sat
isfaction which I have
Mr. Highland in his capacity as National
committeeman as well as nar. i
Li. _
Saturday Everting
$10 women's fibre silk 'sweaters
in solid colore, large sailor collar.
turn back cuff and tie sash
come in all the new spring
shades. (7 FA
Special f/ivlr
$10 women's slip over sweaters
in plain weaves, two tone effects
of fine Shetland wool in
all the new spring AV FA
shades. Special .. ..VlawU
Boys" all wool blue serge Norfolk
effect suits lined #A C(|
pants. Sizes 10 to IS. . 9O1VV
Women's fibre silk stocking In
solid colors, stripes or plaids In
all the new spring shades Rises
R 1-r to 10. H.
Pair www
J4 Women's crepe-do-chfne and
tub silk blouses in white and
colors, sizes 20 -0 10. AA AC
Special wAiww
$5 Men's Panama hata in several
popular shape-. AA AC
Special Vw?WW
Thildren's barefoot sandals of
heavy tan calf leather vamps,
leather soleo, sires f> to I.
ST'! ,80c
I Deaamanl CaanamSu
DdiCIIICIil kbUilUUIte*
Sxfi feet water color preen
window re*
shades vilw
Quaker Com Flakes 1 A?
per package I ww
California Evaporated Peaches,
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