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CHRIST CHURCH.
Balrd Mltehell, Rector.
9:30 a. m., Sunday'school. 10:45 a.
m? Holy Communion and sermon.
Telcome.
t UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH.
[ FAIRMONT MISSION.
W. G. Ware, Paitor.
! Sunday oronlni eerrlce In the *. P.
5 ? ball, Fleming building. Christian Kn 5;.
Beavor at 6:30 p. m.; topic, What Our
1 Pledge Require: of Us; leader, Lorane
Gainer. Sermon br the pastor at 7:20
? p. m.; subject. The Benefit: of Con-'
fldence In Ood. All are inrlted to
. these dervicas. .Strangers will rocelvo
a welcome.
WILLIAMS MEMORIAL M. E.
church, SOUTH.
Comer Second St. and Fairmont Ave.
RobL J. Yoak, Pastor.
Sunday sohool at 9:30 a. m.. H. T.
Tones. superintend"!!'. Every member
J, la urged to be present and bring some
* ,?ne wflh you. Preaching at 10:<5 by
[he pastor. A meeting of all the men
of the church will be held Sunday afti
ejrnoon at 2:30 o'clock and every man
<s urged to be present as-.questlons of
Vital Importance to the congregation
Ml be discussed. Epworth league at
! 5:30 p. m.. O. L. Wilson, president.
Oufcongregation will join in the onion
.evangelistic sorvloos at the First M.
. ft church at night.
' f FLEMING MEMORIAL church.
. } Geo. W. Guthrie. Minister.
Sabbath school and Bible study at
? *120 a. ro., Supt. J. B. Strupe in
( barge, Lesson test:'Acts S:4-8. 14'
28. At 10:39 the preaching service.
Sermon subject: "The Tabernacle of
God." At 6:30 v~ m."the Christian Endeavor
meeting. The topic is: "What
; ttoes Our Pledge Require?" At 7:30
the evening preaching service. Sermon
subject: "Can a Man Harden
Himself Against God, and Prosper?"
The pastor urges the congregation,
and the community In general, to attend
the special vengellst'.c services
In the city faithfully.
i"First methodist episcopal
hnftf' church.
! Irmr?n A Vn and PmiwtVi Ct
Claud* E. Goodwin, Pastor.
tServlces tomorrow as follows Sunl?y
school at 9:30. Help to mako your
I (ass be one hundred per cent, in atOndaner.
Strangers and visiters will
^celvr a hearty welcome / Good sing?g.
A fine orchestra. Public worBip
and sermon at 10:45. The Rev.
Archibald Mooro, D. D.. superintend bt
of Mlirgantowti district. will
>ring Ibe message. Epworth league
levotlonal meeting at 6:30; topic.
Medical Science and Christian Leadfship;
leader, Dr. L. N. Yost. Union
' jrangelistic service at 7:30. This
tall open -with an inspiring song series.
Come and enjoy the singing,
lelp'malce the service a blessing to
uny.
SPACE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH.
;Corner Third 8t. and Gaston Ave
Roy J. Meyer, Pastor.
.You are cordially invited to worship
Nth us at the following services:
lunday school at 9:30 a. m? Mr. C. A.
i'.lson, superintendent. Be prompt,
. |
jjy1" i ? - ? .
I The Way
A REAL ESTATE
DO YOU KNOW how many
written on Mother Earth?
JJ DO YOU KNW.that aU w<
Q are the children of mother e
L'ljt This Is the thing men tight
tor. They fight under many
I; 8 lire under many creeds. They
BUT ITS ALE FOB MOT
Ownership Is the thing man
now?Just to own a hit of th
: wealth comes from property.
LKABKHD their lesson. Tt
M \hat this is so.
People hare also learned
They hare learned that the v
tlcular part of this old earth <
number at the people ho a
That's why shrewd) Investors i
people are, or whero people
HERE IS WHERE A LITTL
S YOUR CREDIT WILL GET
" NORVAL AND HOWARI
EA8Y PAYMEt
House No. 218. Nor
SjB. ? House No. 218, Non
Houso No. 214, Norvi
'Y|fc House No. 2J."i. Howa
House N'o. 209, Howa
miscellaneous i
9 ! - Hud tome brick home on We
8 Room house on Walnut, c
Modern 6 room home on Viri
14 Room Brick, close In for
3 | Rooming House of 10 rooms.
Rest Park Are., 6 rooms In
I*1 ; 8 room house. Rldgcley, ?2.1
Large House on Maple Are,,
MORQANTOWN AVEN
Large ground:. 75x130 feet
log distance, suitable' for
rooms?good location for bus
home site. Investigate befoi
REEVES AVCN
To lots, 80x120 feet 6ms
and by the month.
I Thank My Friends
of Town Buyers to
tion.
L:
I ' ' 1 J
L CHURCHES
bring a friend with you. On account
of the Illness of our pastor and Mrs.
Meyer, there will be no evening service,
but regular morning worship
will?be held at the usual hour, 10:45.
y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.. Mr. Augustus
Stanbagen, leader. Come and
worship with us at the Friendly
church.
METHODIST PROTESTANT TEMPLE.
J. C. Broomfield, 0. D? Pastor: Arthur
Gee, Acting Paster.
Mr. W. W. Conaway, superintendent
of Sunday school; Prof. Loulv Black,
director of choir. Services tomorrow
morning as usual. Sunday school at
9:30 o'clock, preaohing at 10:45Theme
for the morning, "How Do You
Hear?" The special musical selection
for the morning Is a solo by Miss
Pauline Reed, "O Dear Redeemer."
Haworth. Men's meeting In the aftprnnon
In the Temple at 2:30. Topic,
"A Chained Olant." Revival meeting
In the evening as announced citewhere.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Jackson and Jefferson Sts.
H. G. Stoetzer, D. D.. Minister.
Bible school. 9:30: classes for all
ages. Morning service. 10:43; semen
by the pastor of the church; Junior
Endeavor society al 2 p. m. Men's
meeting at the M. P. Temple, -ripccial
music, and a helpful address
Seior society. 6:30. Evening service
7:30. Coitlnuiig Ihe union meetings
until February 8th. Evervhndv wel
cone come end bring your friends
THE PALATINE BAPTIST CHURCH.
C. F. Eddy. Pastor.
9:30 a. m., Sunday school, Prof. \V.
A. Hustead, superintendent.' 10:45 a.
m.. morning service;' Rcr. F. E. Brlnnlnstool,
of Clarksburg. will preach.
6:30 p. m., the B. V. r. U.; leader, ono
of Miss Ethel Summer's group; topic,
"What Does 0\ir Pledge Require?"
10:30 p. m.. worship; sermon by the
pastor: theme, "God.'s Threefold
Dwelling Place." Cordial Invitation
to all.
THE FIRST M. P. CHURCH.
C. C. Lawson, Pastor,
Sunday school, 9:30, J. A. Swiger,
superintendent, livery member of the
church Is requested to be prescLt and
bring his friends. Preaching, 10:45;
'theme. "Christian Giving." Junior
Endeavor. 2:30 p. ra.; Senior Endeavor,
6:30. Sermon, 7:5(7; theme.
"Brought Out and Brought In." Christian
Endeavor Rally on Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday
jevenlngs of next week. Rev. L. E.
Oldakcr wHl be the speaker for Tuesday
evening (7:30). Rev. C. E. Metzler
(State secretary). Wednesday
evening and Attorney Carskadon on
Thursday evening. Music every
evening, quartettes, duets and solos.
You are Invited. Come.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES.
Christian Science services will be
held in the ball room of the Watson
hotel at eleveti o'clock on Sunday
morning to which services the public
is cordialy Invited. The subject for
the service Is "Love" with the golden
text from Romans 12. 9, "Let love be
wtUkAHf AVI ?V.l
"1U1VUI. UiDOiUi UIAUUU AUUU1 lUdl
to Pay For a
Sac
TALK. TRY A TEN-DO
books have been MENT ON
... . , And Make Yoer
s&ltb and luxury M
J?lhT1. . ., *150.00 on the h
for, ltre for, die $500.00 on the S
banners. They $300.00 on High
die tinder many $300.00 fine lot 1
iences.
HER EARTH. $300.00 a nice lot
. are lighting for J800.CO near Mor
is old earth. All JSOO.OO near Moi
PEOPLE HAVE dom.
icy have learned JSOO.OO on the hi
J500.00 on Howa
one thing more. Main.
aTue of any par- J150.00 only H lo
lepends upon the J600.00 a fine lot
re living there. line,
dways buy where JSOO.OO corner lc
are gong to he. J600.00 lot in E
J600.00 lot on ca
,E MONEY AND *400.00 located ?
YOU A HOME. J3(MMo"j500' on :
3 STREETS.
ITS I
ral Street; Of 7 rooms, nt
ral Street; ley street, lot fn
al Street: avenue, fine lo
I Street: with brick rcsli
al Street;
al Street; V BELLVl
rd Street; Three lots, o
rd Street; Bellview, lay fi
rd Street; trees on the h
rd Street. monthly paymen
afTord to buy.
HOMES.
Inut Ave. *10,600. DIAMOND
lose in. J5000.00. Near the end
rtnia Ave., *6000. the lower side <
roomers. J10.500. _ Front street, ta
close In *10,000. property and fr
niw.. jl.t?- -
-.oinuvo, Kooa location tc
50. plrce la modcrat,
96,000.
BUNC
UE HOME. between Falnnoi
. dose to. walk- Any ^,8 fiealrt
large family, 10 lhOTld fnreetlgat
toeaa on the that can be obta
e buying a large
COTTAGE, C
Near State atr
UE. may be called 4
11 payment do*n Installed, three
and well. Pdc
for Referring Out
Me For InformaLEVI
B. HARR
i his vv EiErr lkijIin ia^n, i? aj
which l/ffll; cleave to that which is
good." Sunday school is held for the
children in .the same room-at tentJ>irty.
FRENCH MEMORIAL SERVICES.
The Fred Helnttelman Post No. 17,
American Legion of this city will hold ,
memorial services Sunday afternoon ,
February 22. when the French gov- 1
emment will present a memorial certlfieate
to the nearest of kin of each
man who died from any cause while ,
In service during the World War. Un- i
fortunately there is no official record
I of the dead in Marion county. We
want a complete list so the public is
asked to help. _ Any one who knows of
a msn from Marion county who died ,
while in service during the war please..
notify Rollo J. Conley, Post Com- (
i mander.
! !i
MONONGAH M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH ,
Glenn W. Stewart, Pastor. I
I 10:00 a. m.. Sunday school. Joseph j
Leeper. superintendent. 11:00 a. in..,
"A General Oct Together Meeting.")
7:15. sermon and quarterly conference:)
by the Uev. A. M. Martin, presiding j,
elder of the Fairmont district.- The ; j
Sunday evening service begins ouri(
revival campaign in which the Rov.'|
C. N. Coffman, of Falrvlfew, will do!(
the preaching. You arc invited to all {i
our services. ; I
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BARRACKVILLE BAPTIST CHURCHFtrv.
A. G. Kelley. superintendent oi:
State Missions, whose headquarters:
are at Parkersburg, will proach Sun-:i
day ivcnlng at 7 o'clock. All Ourjl
friends arc invited to attend this ser-' I
vice. 11
North Barrackvnie. at home of Let:
Wilson. William Burgess, loader. Time j
; Tuesday at 7 p. m. Central group oi. j
I Wednesday at T p. m. meeting at i
| home of Mrs. Goldie Rnbinson; Shir- '
i irv .-warren, .oaaer .south Barrack- >
villc, at Russell Neptune's home; Mrs. ;
! Russel Neptune, leader; meeting on !
Wednesday at 7 p. m. .
THE PALATINE BAPT18T CHURCH :
Rev. C. P. Eddy. Pastor.
9:30 A. M. Sunday School. Prof. W-i
A. Hustead. sup".
10:45 A. M. Morning Sen-ice, Rev. j'
Brlnlnstool. of Clarksburg will preach.;'
8:30 P. M. the P. T. P. U. leader. I
one of Miss Ethel Summer's group. I
topic. "What does our Pledge require.''i
7:30 P. M. Evening service themp:1
"God's Thrcofcild Dwelling Place." j
* CHURCH, MANMNGTON. !'
John Reddow. Pastor.
The services at this church on Sun- j,
day. February 1, are tho following:
Sunday school at 0:30 a. m.. L. S. 1
Schwcnck, Superintendent, special
music by Sunday school orchestra; .
Men's Bible class, tauht by the pastor
In the auditorium, all men not attend- 1
Ing any Sunday school cordially invited;
public sen-ice at 10:45 a: m. This
service a missionary address under
the auspices of two missionary (women's)
societies of tho church, will be
delivered by Miss Strawick, a missionary
from China. Epworth Loague
at 6:45 p. m. Miss Strawick will
speak at the League service. Class
meeting in upper parlor at 6:45. At
7:30 a. m. an illustrated sermon will
be delivered on "Jesus Knocking at
the Door." Music morning and evening
by vested choir. A hearty welcome
to all services.
The capacity of a child's stomaoh '
at-birth is one ounce.
- - - * * ???* - ?am*<ana?atta-n<
Home is to E
irifice is Appr
LLAR BILL AS CASH PAY- 718
ONE OF THESE LOTS. D<
Payment!, It Will Some Day A
axe You Happy. c roi
Ul above Owens. comp
peed way and car line. gardt
rand avenue near Penn. ave. ran 1
n Edgway, with all convcn. down
In Bellvlew.
gantown avenue at tho^wena. . Th
gantown avenuo at the Free- each
fine
71 Jn Pot WoIi/\n -
? ? * / "? "vwn auuiuvii. OUL
rd street-, 5 minutes walk to
ts left above tfie Brass Plant.
at Bell Run, one block to car ^ CQ
it in Rlverview.
ast Park, on Euclid street.
r line near WMetts. 103
tn the Boulevard, above A
in so
Barrackrille Paved Road. rents
- tract
3RICK HOME
iar Morgantown Ave. on Lem?
anting 36 feet on Morgantown
cation for business together and i
lenoe, finished in hardwood. and
__ price
EW BUNGALOW SITE pr?J*
verlooking Buffalo Creek In T"
no outbuildings and fruit hal'
>ts; will sell the 3 lots on Somi
ts at a price that anyone can
Fo
STREET FRONTAGE. large
of the New River Bridge, on posse
it Diamond street, at foot of
town as the Harshburger C
onts 75 feet on Diamond?a Be
ir residence or business, the Plant
e and terms can be arranged. and
iALOW LOCATION
it and the Country Club. Th
ng to build on the paved road two
e tbe most desirable location cost,
mod. than
to M
ORNER TYGART i ORR.
set lot 60x100 feet, the bouse
or 5 rooms, and bath tub not Sb
good outbuildings on the lot . small
e 13,000. bath.
LEV
Office Open Evenings.
<y<y<y< yfyey<y?ycygyeygy?yey
LKMONT iATfl RDAY EVli
" "" i
Worthington
Death of in Ififaht
Luie Glrstelle. the one iweek old son
)t Mrv-and Mrs. Jeff Fluharty died on
Sunday lest, January 25th. The body
was taken to Jackson burg, Wqtzel
tounty. where Interment was made In
n the "cemetery there. Mr. and Mrs.
Fluharty only recently moved to
Worthington. ^
A Six O'clock 'Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. W.-B. Plaster gaTe a
six o'clock dinner on Tueaday even-'
ng In honor of Everett Mlllan. who I
eft on Wednesday afternoon for Mt.
Clemens. Mich., where he wil spend '
[he remainder of the wtnter taking:
:he baths of that famous health re-]
sort. Mr. Millan has been a sufferer!
'rom rheumatism- for several months.
rrayer Meeting Reorganized.
The yonng people met at the rest- 1
ience of John Jacobs on Wedncs- j
lay evening- anil organized a cottage i
prayer meeting. On next Wednesday
vcnlng the meeting will be held atj
:he residonce of Flnley Oakes. A cor-j
Hal invitation is extended to all to I
ittend these meetings. Services wlllj
Jogln at 7:30 and the church hell wlllj
ing 30 minutes beforq thaj, time.
Ice Cream and Pie Social.
An ice cream and pie social is anloucced
for Saturday evening at Odd I
Follows' hall, for the benefit of the|
ilano fund of the Sunday school of the]
Jhristlan church.
% I
Real Estate Deal.
J. Ernie Wood has sold his property,
jn Main street in the' Development!
company's addition to the town oil
Worthlngton. Artie T. Wood is thoj
purchaser and the consideration Isj
13.600.00. Wo understand Ernie Wood
will remove his family to Fairmont]
where ho Is employed by the Mining
Machinery company.
Still on Sick List
S. K. Jacobs who has been on the!
sick Jitt for some time, Is still coo - I
fined to his room.
* Personals.
W. C. Minnear. of Hutchinson. wa'?:
i business caller hero on Thursday.
Artie T. Wood has accepted employment
with the Monone.vh mens!
company at Fairmont.
Rev. B. K. Haifes. the pastor, wlli j
nreach In tho Christian church on jl
Sunday. February 1st, both morning1
ind ewening.
The average age of the Americans;
tilled In tho late war was 23.
- '
IF YOU HAD A |
jjlr- neck
B AS LONG A8 THIS FELLOW i
AND HAD I
I SORE THROAT
/i?| ~^~^~~lDOWw" i
;ll TON SI LINE
WOULD QUICKLY DELICTI IT
r EflW- 35c. andTOc. Hospital Size, $L
Eft* ALL DRUGGISTS
Jijoy It While
eciated By th
VIRGINIA AVENUE, WHERE Y<
ON'T HAVE TO SPEND A DOLLAR.
rery delightful home on the South Sii
jms, receptl.M hall and bath, perfec
loto, basement. Garage, poultry hou
W and lawn, lot 00x120 feeL This hoi
>e purchased by making a small paym<
and the balance monthly.
508 SECOND STREET,
is home will help you out with $100
month. Located right close in town,
homq of 13 rooms, well finished throug
Price'$10,000, half cash, balance month
SPEEDWAY COTTAGE.
;ht. at the Owens Plant on the car lit
ttage house of 3 rooms, fine, large, le
*rico $2,750. Call today.
DIMOND STREET?EASY PAYMENT
fivo r90111 cottage with all convenlcnc
ima need of repair, but the location a
rkably easy lerms mako it a moat 1
!vc proposition.
46 ACRE FARM.
cated on White Day Creek. 4.room hoi
outbuildings, owner will accept J100 a
$100 every six months until purch;
is paid or will trade the farm for to
>rty. Trice $1,800.
e coal js optioned at $23.00 per acre, r
of the oil nnd gas goes wjth the proper
s timber on the farm.
GRANT 8TREET COTTAGE.
ur rooms and bath OEcrlooking the ci
lot. close Jn: easy to pay for. qu
ission; a comfortable home.
ORNER LOT NEAR BRASS PLANT,
tweon tho Brass Plant and By-Produ
a fine corner lot suitable for buslni
residence combined.
632 ORR STREET.
is bouse Is almost new. In good condlti
additional rooms can be added at sm
The price is remarkably low. less mot
you could bnlld the house alone for. t
* this house.
NEAR LOCUST AVENUE.
: rooms, modern, on Carrol too str*
I lot. a rery complete home of six root
cellar and clothes yard.
I B. H
MAIN ST. Opp. Court I
i. ' V '
?? VI UIUI^IV
for i^-charging and repai
age Batteries. We are age
Cap Starting and Lightinj
two year guarantee. We i
trical work and guarant<
customer.
E. li. BUOTE
r
BJO&SBSBSBSBCBSBS 6B9BS
Paying for
\
e Whole Fam
3U NEAR LOCUST AVE
, This nice cottage is in the
Jc, and location of any cottage in t
Uy price of *2.800?located at the
Be, vol too street looking down. Fi
me front porch, shn?e tree In fro:
snt crete cellar, and nice garden
8PRING STREET H
. (> rooms and S rooms on pa
.00 fair prices; it will only require
a ' to see the property.
;h
ly. 619 MARYLAND AVI
A nice modern <home. of 5 i
stories in height, nice lots, lot
ie. land avenue.
rel
ONE MILE ABOVE WOR'
Throe aero farm and 4 room
"S. in tho bouse, price and terms t
eB- Less than *2,000 will buy this
nil '
,t_ ONE MILE BELOW WOR'
On the paved road, 2 acres
room house almost new, now vj
*2,500 will bur this oronertT.
1E? . BUNGALOW.
Near the Tunnel and brass p
lota, spring water, piped Into tl
n 13,500, half cash.
BENONI AVENUE IA
very large house, close Inj
nuc. well suited for a large fan
cation on lot?15.500, terms c
sell this house Monday.
ty:
loh A BIG START WITH LITTI
' HO and monthly payments:
the hill back of the Owens, t
city. ,
eta
ss SPEEDWAY.
Lot on car line near Msrioi
else 40x140 feet.
1
an. NEAR THE FACTORIES At
all | TOWN AVENUE
iey Lot 50x115 feet. $100 cash
.sic payments.
417 BARNES.
4 rooms, bath and pantry am
et, cellar, fine level lot and good i
a, . conrenteat little home In the dl
jliu
ARR
loose. Phase2SL
~ '-'r<Vv ,t ;;?;c -,v ,
n in g january 31 1^2?
_?, ! _
1 BAXTER^
Get To-Gether Meeting.
Some or the ladles of Baxter mot:
at the borne of Mrs. James Lafferty.;
Thursday evening, for the purpose of
organtxtng a Oet-To-Gether club. A
pleasant evening was spent and off I - i
cers were elected: -Mrs. Jess Gregory'
President; Mrs. Joe Smith, secretary;1
and Mrs. Wm. Clayton, treasurer.
Baxter Party.
'"Miss Rem Matheney ontertalned ?]
party of young folks at her homo In |
Baxter, Wednesday evening.
Personals.
Dr. Yost performed a successful op-;
cration on Mrs. Ru:_all, Sunday after-;
noon.
CharTPs korip is moving his family i
tc Bollslrc. Ohio, his former home. |
Mrs. Swisher and small daughter;
of Bollview were calling at the home'
of Mrs. Wm. Clayton Thursday.
Mrs. Cal. Matheney was shopping'
in EV. - ??
ca a iijwii - i mil .*.ua < nun uuuil. I
The small' child of Jack Maronc.l
who has been seriously 111 with pneu-'
monla is improving.
John Mahaffey. the two year old.
child of Mr. and Mrs. Mahaffey ot
Baxter is very' ill with pneumonia. !
I
ALIBI WAS? EXHIBIT A
COLUMBUS, b.?Harold C. Goeken
bach. chlof'derk In municipal court, j
brought his alarm clock with him to
work the other morning. It was)
John's proof obhis ort-rcpoatcd lato;
to work excuse. "Sec for yoursclt.;
judge.' said he, "aha won't ring! she's1
busted!"
a ^ gSSgSgBSBSSSSSgSSSSS
Worthi
, STORAGE
Exchi
will be open Fe
SHAFFER'S
laJrifrf A
" ^ - .. ,r'i- ^
^OtklCe <sd?te- !
bodyb birthday
iiajjpy. ->
Sayt Betty Butterfly.
Somebody'? birthday comes
this month. Is it your street- I
heart's or your mother's? Is V
it your wife's or one of the ;l
kiddles? W'ns Dad bon thla i >
mbnth? A p-on-lns plant or j
bouquet- of freeh cut bios
som.s wHl make someone
happy.
HAUGE i
Flower and
Plant House I
Rldgley Ave., Off Locust.
Phone 541. I
~ '
ington 'J
BATTERY
inge
bruary 1st at
GARAGE in,
W. Va,
iring all makes of Stor- ;
nts for the Peerless Red |
I Battery backed with a
i
ils'o do all kinds of Elec- j
;e satisfaction to every !
[, Manager.
" v
It?Then &
lily
iNUE CARROLTON S
best condition A very neat h(
he city for the condition, six roo:
head of Car- lot in small, a v<
Dur nice room. rear and lawn it
nt. a dry conPlot.
- 136 C
T>ot fronting Sj
omf < ** -4-1,.
ved street, at ing distance to at
a few minutes half cash.
HAMILTt
ENUE. Near Monroe, t
ooms. two full lower aide of H
ated in Mary- cottage on the res
cash and balance
erly ill help pav
rHINGTON.
house, free gas NO
o be arranged. end monthly payi
property. 1 ooms and I acre
, on the hill above
rHINGTON.
of land, and 4 SPi
icant, less than Near Mapln avi
40x121 feet. Ibis 1
email family.
ilant. two largs 704 PA
le house. Price Opposite Morrii
4 room house. lc
Clan make terms.
IOME.
Dn Benoni are- MORGANT
ally, garage lo- ,ca hetweei
if 12,000. Must 52 fect fron, Pr'c
/ . ED
LE MONEY. Ft?n^S ,5rand
40x140 lot on ack 240 fe*f' f
iverlookin? the wa.er, gas. sewer.
2 1-2
and six room hoi
, Planing MD1. , gSSSS lSS.nl
aVATino r?rttir> r-t
iO MORGAN. in"^?
. 508 SI
and monthly A ivge home
date, suitable for
house.
I 15*14 cement tOT ON 81
tardea. A most car line, 4Qxl4tf
recllon of rub- down and month!
the same terms, i
I My "Barf Referent*
j era and 3 -Appjwdi
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COAL ^
Promptly Delivered
McCoy Coal Company.
Office Phone 129.
Tipple Phone 788-J. ^
Things to Eat
From the
Basement Grocery
BASEMETT STORJP , iJ
Penremlller's "Crown" Brand ^
Roeotcd Coffee, either steel cot or ,M
whole grain 1A. <9
per pound TVS a
Hotel Astor Roasted Coffee, whole J
grain or ground CA.
per pound ?W
Old Reliable Roasted Coffee, steel
cut only C|. I
per pound wW .
Mother's Oats In 1U -pound round I
containers. * J_
per pound - , .. IW
ir??Vaw*a rufe tawM iIm ti n I
with aluminum piece kitchen ntenalls
Inside, i||, *
per box Wfi I
Pinto Roman or Pink 4 *1.
Beans, per ponnd? 1 tjv
California choice grade of 4(1.
dried peaches, per pound....SVC
"Pearl Hominy
per pound W
Yellow Split Peas HU
per pound ICjV
Black Eyed Peas |l_
per ponnd 116
Delmonte Brand California packed - V
Yellow Cling sliced or JS? j?
half Peaehee, per can Wt
Large slie dans Hawaiian sliced
Pineapple, t|.
per can 1 -"6 |
Log Cabin Syrup, small . AO.
else, per can -, VV6
Log Cabin Syrup, medium
site, per can v'rjaB
[ Log Cabin Syrap, large
. elxe, per can ?V ihl
1 Postum Cereal, aS(
, per box? _Z3G
i Instant Ppatum. 67*
per can 2IB M
| No. 2 cans Classic String f Q
^ Beans, per can I SB B
^^rcBTiitcgarfd I
Buy War Savings Stamps) <
iving and | |
T> NEAR LOCUST AVE.
juse In appearance, in good v; I
ids and bath, and cellar, the W " j 1
my nice clothes yard to the jgjj
EDAR STREET. , 525 \
wing street, six room house SS y I
Miller School and in walk- gg f !fl
I poinds.In town. $4,000, one- Jvt* tl
ON STREET HOME.
be first large bouse on the 3ft
amnion street, off Monroe, JJJ
lt of lot. Price $4,504. $1,000 ;Zga|&jM
to be arranged?this prop- ?j
MONEY DOWN
cents will buy a house of 4 ?
of good land for gardening
i Owens plant.
iNCE STREET. Jl
enue. 4 rooms and bath, lot
a a nice modern home for a -ggSgj^BI
LATINE AVENUE.
s 8toro on Morganlon am- fjl
it 40xl2'i feet, price- fj.r.on. jJI- .>*1
OWN AVENUE LOT. &
n Mill street and Mr. Poplcs,' . 3AS
e J1<S00. 3 m
QWAY LOTS. 5J5
drive 40 feet and extending ??
ill rortveniences in f'ont. CjS
ceitric Ights and telephone. vt
ACRES OF LAND C3
ase almost new and In fine A*
between Spring street and
, enter by way of Cleveland 53 |
life and city life combined M
If cash. Price 15,000. 4Q - in
iCOND STREET, ^25
Id fine condition and up to Ml
boarders or as a roondn* JJt Si
PEEDWAY FRONTING 8 jfj
feet, $600. Small payment W KJ
y. One lot In Nob Hill on
1ght at the door of Industry. fit
a Are My Psrchas- 38 I
lie Thin Rerommeu- 38
LEVI B. HARR.
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