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AT MOUNDSYILLE It DRAWING IMMENSE CROWDS DAILY AND INTEREST IS GREAT. ■aealiant Program Prepared for To day—General New* Note* of Moundavill*. — One uf the largest crowd# that has attended the Chautauqua this season vraa present last evening and heard tha Suwanee River Male Quartette render several beautiful selection*, which marked the last appearance of • he colored gentlemen this season They are each one an artist, and ^ 'heir songs. Instrumental music and readings won the heartiest applause i mm the audience. Following th» onrert. Dr. Maclnnes N'ellson dellv t red a very interesting lecture, using fJT hla subject ' The Value oT a Tai f*t," which proved to he one of tin niany treats of the Chautauqua The i esslnn last evening was dosed w ith the motion pictures, which were very Interesting. This afternoon at 2:3<* o'clock Dr. Wilson will again deliver A lecture on "Growing In 'he Shade. ' nad In the evening at X: 13 Dr. Rich rrd C Hughe* will lecture on "The Real Hoy" I-irg- crowds an* et ppeted to l>c at the grounds this eve nlng. To Hold Rally. .The local Socialist party met Mon dry evening and transacted consider able business. They decided to ho'd an open air meeting at Glendale on fYlday evening .lames Farley, of \t heeling, will l»e the principal speak er, and all members and their friends are expecied to attend. To Hold Reunion. Arrangement:, are being made by President Daniel Yonnktu and Sec rr'jiry .1. T McCombs for the annual lcgnion of the Marshall County Vet eran Association, which will be hell at Csmeron on Wednesday. Septem ber 1 R»It The program for the affair has not been completed as yet. bu' v.IK include t-evern! addresses, camp fire and the usual banquet to the old vt tt rans. Water Main Breaks. "the four inch water main of the Moundsville Water company broke at the Intersection of Ilaker avenue and 1 F'tvenfh etrect yesterday morning, throwing water about as high os a ti lephone pole. A Inrt • hole wr* torn in thi ground nr. 1 the gas main w*s broken. A fori " of men were pit at work and repairs were made To Give Entertainment. The MoundavilU* Athletic \s*»xia tlon have completed arrangements t' r an amateur entertainment to l>e h- ld a: th* ir club rooms this cv.-n ng beginning hi X o'clock Tlier* will In ancy roller skating, boxing by the Club members uiul bar work Tin main bou- of the evening pdl be the closing of the evening's entertain ment and will go ten rounds he tween Bonner of Philadelphia and t lad from Wheeling Pile Driver Erected. R J Mi Fadden, local contraetoi. erected the 1 rge pile driver at tin C'tltfr of First sir-et an! Jefferson avenue yesterday morning and this * fronting he will start work driving th* sheeting into .the ground. Carr wore block- il* for a short time w^ile the driver was being erected. To Sell School House. The hoard of odut atlon of Wash -’on district. havxng decided <’ti a j higher levy to erect a new school ' hulldinc a K.urvh'w. the < IJ build , ’flc w ill be off* red for sale at the j ir***ir dooV of the courthouse in this j'.ty on nex* Saturday. May Han Again. I*r .T M Williamson. f* r inn sue J ■ esstve terms mayor of th s city, 1^ said to liais mad** n statement to ,* prominent It-publican that be will ; run again for re-election In the sprit g Tho mayor. however. i« shout *b” s’ronm'st candidate tl .< HepUKrar have. and !*i all prnhabil y will l*e pu* In tli** field Held to Grand Jury. I 11fiord Itay, of Kirst street, was arrested Til* flay afn rttunti on s war "ant is*--]* -I by Squire <*nvnpere. of Wheeling. i-nd ttiken before Squlr" W M It ges. who held him ttieler ’‘•"a bond t'* answer to th*- flrrtilf ‘ «>ur* of oh. > county to * paternity < bar*" preferred against bint by \lts-* t trohne i eich*' r II** furnished th" required bail and was released Barbers P*eni« To dsy Tin* i ■ i ■ rs of this cjtv an- holding ■ e 'r .mnit ■! plcnle to-dur at lleitnont I'nrk, aero s th*- river from this city. Ml local shops re •' .sort nr I will rn main so tli« ent.re <lny. weunesvillr Qritft ■J t ' r • * wife r» >a»fd from "i<- poniti-nMnr* vm-ierdny, th«-y ha» .!• * i* rvi •! mil iiioir aoiiifnr»* l>r Or! ffltfi. if Fa rot*, o. f* rt« I'imt frit-* i- and rda'lvo* In tills city for a fr# day* S-'K-ril local a*itot-la lef* vct-rrdny i rn'i.e for tin* \\ .todalld'l fair nn-1 rill remain lh- ro todav Two local ' florae* *ro >• n • r«*d In ih» ran** .1 M lfr>* -11 will roMirn »o hi* work »• H*f- Trlff roiini*, r..<tr,c rt„r ► i.ondln* the i»a*t week wl»h hi* fami ly. on Walnnf ftn-M Iff offender ar-4 la-fort- Mayor WII ’I'amaon **tt-rduy murnfnc, on a I1 "In dr-u.k rl,ar*» and fine-.’ |1 *r,d f o*'* ort'fld* * lit took flio |att»T I M ' arrl< Til* Oil «ot, of T'lif*. T| irtl *po| ifln« H f- day* * Itn fr I* . nd ral-iove* n hi* rltjr. " "IV I' *1 l-a*o hall fen* Will ao ♦ . • • -ir*. Hi* morn It « 'o wtin»*« *h> N»e It-fll I'lralo gmr- v M * Ifa'ilo ldod**r of fHI«|Hir|i|. . i f*'» day* whh frt*nd> * * 'I r* *f i -1 *• ) i r** ^ 1 M*' A*. »*f Wiii f-lif f v ia \'r ' ' ■* f#ff#r4«y * f * if \m.f f r #r* f» V* 'll % if A * E* • )*• rtf f ft# |4#f ... - a*. __ ' •'» f4*f f»' > »r » ' •*• * .-t. 1,* 14 •'•1 • c* foe a * * * ' , # ^ '• - »r I -fifi mrh hf* * ■ f ibH rf*r 1*1 * H* I ^ lr J W I* 'Miss Mnrgaret t'lay-ton. of Wheeling I They are residing at Wheeling Mrs Sarah Horsey, of Cincinnati. <>.. Is visiting friends and relatives jin this city for a few days. Mis# Iren- Henrlaft, of Toledo, O is spending a few day* with friends and relatives In this city. BOY CONFESSES To Complicity in Robbery of Mound*, vllle Flour Mill, and Implj. cates Two Others. Hoy Hist r.nd l'**ol llogard were nr | • Pied before SquTre .• N Jeffersor In Hie Marshall county jail at Mounds vllle i. -terdny morning on n chart of robbing Mart In'* flour tnlil a few week* ago and eeeuring about |f, i • •tis'i from the safe Tflcy were t *h h* for it further hearing t»t August H.ol leotard niade a con f> -sion at the hearing he stating that l^st. With t'hnrb-s Hackle, entered the mill and secured the money, bit* tbs1 » •• received t o part of It and that h< d'd not know how nineh mioney wa taken. Ixirlng "ho confession of |m g■;rd. Hist denied tbn charge and i nrnl«» for llopard but was stopped * I !r«cit 'e nnd Itlsf were arrested f'*t stealing chickens a few month* ago Hack's li t* not b> cn arres’ed. hut ll I thought that lie I* working neat •t "''tv and < hi H utrs ha* t-0 no’lfied and Is looking for him Rome ptople iru’Pttge to see their duty in time to dtalgf It. i ACT QUICKLY Delay Hat Been Dangerous In Wheeling. Tv> right thing af the right t!m»' Ant fjtjirkiv ;n lifne of ding* f Hn» kac ii'* Is kldmv danin-r | l*v«n * Kidney f’llta art 'itilrk'y. I leniy of »• to pr >%e (hit J M Hiittnn, Forty n»*o*tnh d* , Ohio eat* F«.r t#-n t»*ari 1 * 14 afflicted » I'h t «)ro*y i||«< Ran and I ?»*• .ere that c*»n« «n* pi*t re «m tl* ep ip«* j.f n* irovbfc I t iff, r*-I Rfvnfi''v from » ifji ihm Mm pallia in I the small of mr t .. «nd if I road** a s»i I'ler, rr» .vi-rttei !•#• trot trie a Rffrt ifRiFtl The ii«4ii-f sorrel|r»ni were highly r ,r.-t and t* n fr*n tetii *n #•-»• r»g 'll** to ar**e roam » * rn-t dan ns * *• n.e* * I n** I a iiiitii t»er t,f f rift'd* a ?*»> i ' ri* d | ri merit i 4b! p ia»iM left r»o* r»g he,j **l m* *»nf I I t«e «r a *• -IS rr I amt* a h t !i*«*r * • 9 F| *« flra’ h*iR .* ’re #he •• .4* I | com *|e»< r ♦ If# Tie* ah e p«»t* *,•*.« •«« |hrt r»s 4e . r,|.. r . r« I oft In* t fy • I Ut»H» lfc*an 1 K dt.tr !• « ore hlgMe to dar than • hot I i- r • n»f»«eio|e*| thetp In fw - K* r e> e hy all dealers Kr « ee-»* Km rr V^hifo * n lo,e*o 'xen ^ tk, pn •• agent f«.f *he I nite*l il* ■ * t t»rr tH** name irntti s an I !«*} ** la* otkeg German Prune Plums Largo fhipnrn-nt Jw>' reroiv- 'l. delicious Price '3 bushel bu*’.* ef, 75c. Apples Kino handpick*'! fruit in \ eral rarlet 'R. bushel insm" ' 25c. B. & C BAKING CO. CAKES Diana Sponge Cake . 20c Pla n Pound Cake, rich, ye low but not wth fruit lie Ralalrt Pound Cake, rich, yel low with rjiims ’ic Alba Pound Cake purr white wth fine icmg and cner. ri-« 15c Lady Cake with fme icmg and van i’a favor .10c Apollo Silver Cake, nuri white icmg and lemon f.avcr 10c WELTY’S “PURE POOD STORE." J52 either phone 10*4 Market Street c ooooooooooorxxxxxxxxxx**: oc 1-4 OFF THE PI MM V M ARM I) PRICE ()\ SUMMER WEK.IIT MF.N'S SLITS BOYS’ SLITS CHILDREN S SLITS THIS \M | w Sh $1.011 .n.i «: ! 8<)c I Geo. W. Fox ClMhiff. I orm-hrr aorl H»i'rr, No. I (|0 Markt-I SI. lof»rs I’ol K I o'« ( lofhtnr t McFaddens - - - TheMen^Storel Our Stare clanew at 5 o'clock every evening except Saturdav I until September 1< Open Saturday nigtit until 11 o’clock. j Trunks, Suit Cases and Satchels AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES At this store you not only have the advantage of low prices, hut also the largest assortment in the city to pick from. Here's the way wc are selling them now: $."> Traveling <J»Q QQ $10 Traveling AQ Trunks for.Trunks for_4 .*70 Good strong canvas covered Strong, well made trunks> trunks that are considered ex- brass lock, outside straps, deep tra good values for $5, arc tray, regular $10 value, for here now for *3.98. *7.98. $l.r> Traveling -J -| QQ $6.r>0 Traveling ( An Trunks for . A A**70 Trunks for. . ,gp4**70 Hxtra large, extra strong brass lock, outside straps, deep trunks with deep tray and skirt tray; regular $10 values for tray, regular $15 value, for ^7.98. *11.98. I Low Steamer Trunks, $3.48 to $15. 1 Other Trunks from $2.98 to $30. 1 SUIT CASES Imitation I/cather An | 5i» Genuine C owhide leather lariteSuit (Ws for t/OC k Suit (ase fl* AO * for.....ePO-yo SATCHELS J Real cowhide leather, full Jo Black Walrus QQ I ^zc«se. regular Sf> value for Grain Satchels tpO.i/O I — - S10 Fine leather AO I > I Genuine I eat h- Q^> Satchels for i *t/0 I er Suit Case for »*/0 .. . .. ^ ^ f> Mad, of real leather, full I*ath- QO 1 sire case .regular $4 value, for a .Satchels for. */OC| $U.f>S. Trunk Straps . - Satchel Tans j Matt inn Suit ( ases „ Telescope Cases or Satchels for. ... I/uL Small Size Suit Cases ■ MCFADD N ’ S The Store With the Low Prices. i 1122 and 1124 MARKET ST. WHEELING 0U1-THE-PIKE ' Maa at-m maa T—n~i —avbwrmwm Ina V * *'** ** akcuamaai aa. Ui>M )-.l*ru., murniua .1 «Mt^»a*ga.. an.a . “"*• lx tiui Hut a... pit a I man *h« waa ttlkinj aioiig tn» ...v. It mu nr.i t uug t , . 4. 4 «aa "‘•a but *t «ii fvuua out ki-r n««i i waa not Mt Hurkla r.a-1 t... k ,‘*1 A l«'a*> d4 »M ruiilit. 4 th# t)i*. in tt<« vicinity ut * narl.ng p.r« ,.,iar *.-7- an«i aa it ma« actir g •tiat<k* ly it »»» «»•« by an nffioar fr“ra tna pari. Knday nlglit nuiatfir* from the »al ia> Will perform at the Majratic Ihe aira anil an Interfacing program la I'romlketl. ,\ny il.mnng to enter tie coutiat tor tje prize* call upou mau ugemcnt. '*’• »»»*a«y fU.. r , cl* ‘““I 1 lie Haitian? pike win l>e psv** i to the north end uf *»re*g«»lli» bel.ire the tail nrmthrr eel. I 1 11 1» tiaw 1’iiel to tire lower i n*l »*f I I •• tomn untl «i>«ut a quarter of .. mUe >wt r« Hums to l>4 pa\ed. Entertainment nt the Elite. T..© tg.laen Fin*' Bible class of th© Kim Grove Si h. » f.ur. will g.xe M *.» uni wi.d enter tainnient *t the fcdlte tt.ea t« r on .Md n street, Rim Grove. Friday and Hut <rdav evening of th1a week A rnie treat will be m »tor« for uii those «il lending. Pfctttry Bale nt Elm Oroee. r e inernbeiN . ( the Jane Pryor* Guild of the .St mol .e i* r ©hurt it of him 'Grove "id conduct a pantry sale at the laim Grox• Provisi iii t*o.*s store, >utur • iay All kinds of good Flings to ent *“! tie offered for sale arm the pro o.ds win g0 for t,4e benent uf u,« church. Cleaning Pulton Streets. A f 1.0 of men were put to work yen* terd;!> cleaning the streets in the t.*wn "f I* uitofi, lUpy had rece v«‘d n good t-ont * ' fell this week, and needed the cleaning' badly. a large number of the streets' v II he repaired in the town m the i.tar future. Erecting Derrick for Weil. Work was slatted yeterday on the erection of the derrick for the o©to • Ml company*a new w%ll at Glenw .nl. The derrick w'll be clo-o- p» the track, and all may h**e a well in act ml operation. 1 It will take about a wreck to complete i the derrick. I Hew Dental Parlors Open. The new Fulton 1 »ent a l par bus will open today I >r T J Koyland of IMtta toirg’. ha* e.juipped txxy room* on the second flo..r of u.„ Fulton Bank build-! ing and it is thought that the new ©stah II hn.ent will me* t with success !n the location. Personal and Briefs. Major I \\ Alstatt.-r hu* returned to Ids lioni** at l^eatherwcMKl after spending I a few days down the Ohio r \»r on buM- - i nee* •I'*hn Otto of Greggsville is having 1 I** home painted ond rein**!# le.j and j i other t• pairs mad- to ] i* property, i Mrs. <*ra<0 l.inton and Margaret lioyd • huve returned to tneir home* In Tr a- ! delphin after *p« * ding a few day* !'.*• i I guer-ts of Mr- «*.arles Kolmar at her n me out \\ • . ing t'reek. Mrs i. iw.trd Neff owl j*«»n Thomas of - \\-tods* .tie ar*. apemPng a few w*oks ' lai ation nt p inia in Maryland and t.ie ; ' « Miss Alverda J# ron .. .,f West f.therty ,1k utt« r-ling t..» t'-ui.ern institute at VVf»odadaIe , \\ ilford Winters, the Fullon l-ut**her | ha* % installed t en fixtures in . s ..p , at tliat place un.l made other improve :i er.t* |.. j ,s ►i«»r»- room. II. I, White mi dotigliter, Mi-* fiorthy I hnv«. returned m.e at K* l .o Point after ►•landing a 1* w w*eks a I ng the Atlanta eo uit and points t\ New York state Mr and Mrs Thomas pro**. r and • fntn'ly of Wood ,IhI»- are sp# r -II* g a few I weeks* % • at ion in lie* any. W \ ... Mr nml Mn I O Strn. .rrumn of 1 Kcl • Point, arrived n New York «ltv i »non» - toiiri- g K rope, they will o.itTe In \\ .ceimg Hi.turdnv M r an-» Mrs. Sam- el Kraft arrived horn* jratei * • > after spending several w-eks ili A11*•nth; <l t y and N* w York stat Mis* Elizabeth Thlrr* of Wheeling, I l- sp. i d Id .» f. w davs 11..» gne.-t f ■ Mi** I'orettu Otto at her home in Trh* I tl* lphta Mr and Mr- • v« 1 Humilt n of Maple rur. W.Iliiwn are *pendir g a f* w weeks in ; drruonr. \\ \ .. Mrs K lw.«rd Perth, r! • f la o l*.» n». Is spending .1 few Wo kf : .• guest f i • I * . Mi** Nellie Miller .-f .New PhlUdelpl la. * *hio. ♦. *p.i ling a f w week* the g ,,f Mr. and Mrs \. || p.dll pps at tneir horn- et ht i»o point. M. and Mi- II • * « • . *t« ad returned to t eir I n »• In Woodluwn yesterday • ftre spending a f» w weeks* Vacation .it iflfape l-lar, I down t •• river Waiter IN «na of prori It 1,1* per, 1 ng i f w V - the #„< d hi brother at K.rbn point. | William W..:k* of Trludelpt, * bn* I i i. i used t . \\ \ Wi s‘U | r -j i riy «n f * - Na» - ’- ro..d t t *t j/ o e llarry • id#-: w «-•••! i«-tiirr..d tn hi* • home p.ltdiiirit . ye*t**rd •' after •per .th g ii-fal ,t* • - the g .e*t of rela te • s a, Ti ad# Iph’s • Ifurry • 1 ► will tou. Ids frtn'lv from I Him or i w \ ,t . p. Trlndeiphut in • e r e..I f .i,,r« Alvin Moor.. tf Kim <Sn-ve baa n.eepf. ; ed .v p .sir,on Is .In .r for the H I ; Itehr. r,s i tr.patty at t!i« t \\ Tt l.iln •t»»re. Whan Worr.m’i Work |« Dora hoine|ff»f!v * aid. * \\ f»rr;m * w- rfc I* lM‘V*r don** ” Anything tliat emnnrl f .te* her from tM* form *ff slavery lx ) h.djfd with jot. This t* th* reason for *ti#- rnnefanth in#f*n*lr*g popu larity* of * Kasv Tank »h«* hard, wldt*. pure lunrdrv s ap. that il«.#*a . half th* Work «o wa»h day I \ It*e4f Add f » this »t)*- fart ft it It p- *1tl\e| doe* r.»»f r*.t -ir.nk th- rY# th«*s, that I launder* lu* *••, llto !»"• ftntir* i« *i'k*. b'ddli g. »M# r|«.*h* and alf fahri s perfe.fi>, end jsii will undergtarul wh* it ghhud l.« In >our hovj*o right ««M) ITh.-re l« nothing no uni^-oming to a woman •* a last Vkf'K hat. If* who h*sltafea ta b#di*ed. JUST A HIM * *r t * • • |* r»l ►•* . » . v r, . ' . ,1 K'»« , . , , ,* y- * 9S» » .>* ♦ • • " • » » * • !»•«•** t • »'• We* j% #*ry r >-<r»r ••• I Whcrlinq Platinq & Poiishmq Works. »•«. **■'!»• •*>« T t'f»n So* «.»•. is Old Lumber FOR SALE Hwsled bids will be received until 1 Tuesda> August 27th at the office of •he clerk >f the board of education of Tr1a.delph:« district, for the purchase of the following old hirnber at Mt. v®» §J» In. Ft. 8q. Ft 2 pieces . 4x6 36 128 | 2 pieces . 4x6 26 104 4 pieces .4x6 10 C80 14 pieces . 2x8 24 448 38 plsc*g . 2x8 12 608 1 40 pieces. .i 2a8 14 746 Total . 2114 Alao 500 feet old flooring The board of education reserve* the right to reject any or all bids. Terms of sale cash. » S. S. JACOB Clerk of ili*» Board, fclm Grove. W. Va. SOCIETY (Continued from Third Page ! St. Matthew*. Men’s Guild. A bowling parly and luncheon fea tured the regular monthly meeting of the Men's Guild of St Matthew’s l*. K. church, held last evening at the Oak* Several hours were spent In bowling and at 10 o'clock an elabo rate luncheon was served by ("Merer Kraft. A brief but Interesting business session was held, during which J. I*. Maguire, Julian G. Ileame. Mr. < ooper and Mr. OJiert wore admitted as members of the guild General plans for entertainment during 1 he winter were dlsrusreri ,\. 1.. Faw tello presided and A. K Hodgson ; acted as secretary Those present were: .. ' niu, A L Sawtello. David Morgan, A. K. Hodgson, William Morgan <• E Jackson, HodnAy Crawfotvl. ' J W. Baumgart- Mr. Cooper. e-cr. Mr. Ohm. L)r. A. Asch- Mr. Williams. man. Benjamin Schafer. Jncon Doom!s. II. w. Jackson. K. W. Fauiken h<Tg, and refreshment* wrr srved. Those [.resent sere: Masters— I’.essie Miller, Deo ®pe)del, l.ila Croutber. I’aul Mnrningstar. Mary McCarty. Roswell Huyha. Flora McCartv. Fred Parties, Elizabeth tlreut- Earl I’onntbnn, rer, Frank foiinlhan. Mnry OTa>iry. Wnt. Slierfese Man ha Itartela, Eugene Mornltig ster, Echols Miller, Percy Reed, Interesting Wedding. A weddlne of mere than usual In terest whs solemnize.) last evening at T no o'clock at the home of .Mr. and Mrs (i.-orge S. Ilorsch In Warwood, when their daughter Miss Elizabeth, became the bride of Mr Adolph Pape, also of Warwood The service v *a 1 erfnrmed by Rev William t;. I'lfert of this city, ar.d the attendants were Mbs Emma Doraeh. a sister of the iiride. and Mr Albert Voegler. An elaborate reception wn* held during the evening and later the newly mar ried eotiple left on an Mended honey moon trip. They will live ia Warwood. Birthday Affa!r t>u Sunday afternoon nnd evening. nn*‘ < f the Inri-est and most elaiiornte so> .1 nffn:r< given In this section will be that given hv Miss l.oreitn S. hem eriseh. at ih>- l.omeof her parents. Mr. and Mrs a f. H.-linier'ch. on It ley r‘ed couide left on an o*t.-nded honey invitations bars io n *• n* out to the voting lady's friends, the occasion being tier twenty third birthday an ricranrv The house will be lienutl futly decorated for the ;i*Tnlr and n si* o'clock dinner will be served. In strumental nnd wire! music will tie on*- of the enjoyable features. T.achcr What Is a weather vane” I upll Why wtiy, it * u chicken on the roof —Judge SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK ON YOUR Preserving Needs Mlv (.lasses, tin top. regular 29c the doc.14^ do*. Jelly .Moulds, grape design, regular 40c the doc.SOp doe. Jelly Regs, with wire frente for hanging it. regular Si.00 item for . . Champion Sieves, regular 15c kind for. ft* Hennis Fruit 1 Vests regular 25c grade, for._.... If* ( ollanders, extra quality, 25c grade, for. 18< Fruit Jar Wrenched, regular 15c kind, for. 9? Fruit Jar Rings of Pure Rubber, extra heavy quality, 10c grade for Mason or wide mouth jars, at... .7^ per doc. Para wax, full pound boxes at. 1C* Special Aluminum Hasting Spoons at. f* MASON JARS— I*int«, 34C doz.; Quarts, 39c doz.; Yt Gallons, 59< doz. E. Z. SEAL JARS— l*into, 64c doz.; Quarto. 74< doz.; y, Gallons. 81.10 dot SMALLEY’S SELF SEAIJ5R— A wide mouth jar, similar to E. Z. Seal Jars, only of cl:ar white glass. Pinto. 69c doz.; Quarto, 79c doz. “Royal" Wide Mouth Self Sealers, a clear wrhite glass jar in a square shape: Pinto. 75c doz.; Quarts, 89C doz. » Special I Viced on Enamel Preserving Kettles. Extra Special — Corona Dish Pans. 71-quart size triple coated, blue and white enamel, a Si.ID value. H. C. Franzheim Co. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING 1 KG-28-.'M) Main St. Visitors Welcome Glass Vases 10 Cents to the Highest Price Cut Vases Short flat Vases for short stem flowers. Glass Baskets for Sweet Peas or Nasturtiums. Tall narrow' Vases for Phlox or Gladiolus. Tall w’ide top Vases for Golden Glow, etc. Vases of ever} shape, size and price. John Friedel Co. 1119 Main St. Hancher repairing is accurate and reliable. Watches, clocks and all kinds of jewelry are re paired promptly, each by a spec ialist in that particular line. HANCHER’S—1223 Market St. ■=-■■■■ — ■ I New Church EI«Kf\H. W. \u. An*. 21. At a ropt of f:..•»<><• the Mrthodlat Kf>l«ro* !»:•; i ii'irrh of KiHiie. I» erc» tln* i h;« nd*« im** rrw p;iraor.i»*e on a tot adjoining tin- church on Krrnnu nven »c. iMtflrfln* will be rotn l»l«*tt*«! early In Hcptemher, At which t time It will 1/ occupied by the rector, t\ ft. Kin* !>. Ik Mrt. J. L. Findley. KI.KIXH. \v. V.i . An«. 21.—Mr* J I- Klnillry, <i| I.eltiT, ilwil ymfrr-la> • t thr rialiji nr* i.f hrr dnuahtrr lire. Inner Srr.lt In Klklna. Mrs. Flnrlfoy wee tn yrnrn old and hrr dreth aat dur to app'drxy. In fleliln* 1 r (nmpllmrnta d»e frrab (parlor suits! We have just replenished our sample floor with 9 num ber of handsome three-pfece 1 parlor suits. They are fin ished in Mahogany and some of them are made with loose cushion seats. You snould ■ see them. CALORIC FIRELESS COOK STOVES for summer are ideal. No • •verb e a t e J kitchen <>r tempers. They will d<> every thing .1 ji.is ranee will Jo but fry. Prices Milo’t n $8 35 $25.00. HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS TKs Original Kitch en Cabinet. See the new white enamel in terior finish cabinet— " the most practical article «>t kitchen furni ture ever built for the convenience «»f wo man. HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS I at$27.50 and $.10 00.