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The Store That Saves You Money
PITKIN'S
rANftv WISCONSIN FULL CREAM CHEESE Per ll. only....3Gc
LARD Pure lard In palls. 4 lbs. 6 02. net Weight, each only. .. .1.50
r.RIRnn One nound net tins, each ' 35R
PEANUT BUTTER Finest bulk, per lb. only 2Dc
OLIVES Remember wt arc selllnn from that 1G0 gallon cask the orig
inal package from Spain, per quart only 50r
BREAD Eat our Mother's Brcau; It contains 20 percent substitutes
anri hv uslno this bread vou save 20 percent of our flour or
our bovs over there. Wc retail thi3 quality loaf to yqu at whole-
sale price, 16 oz. loaf each only Oc
24 oz. leaf, each onlv ' 12c
kINGFORD'S CORN STARCH The very highest grade, lb. pkg3 11c
BULK COCOA Fancy quality (Walter Baker's) per lb. only.... 30c
KELLOQG'S KRUMBLES 15c package, each only 10c
KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES 15c packages, each only 12!4c
LUXURY BRAND SPAGHETTI 5 oz. package, 8c value, each only 5c
DUNHAM'S COCOANUT 13c value, per package 10c
ARMOUR'S BOUILLON CUBES 30c box, each only 23c
MILK Van Camp's Baby Size, each only 7c
Tall Size, each only 14c
CATSUP The finest grade, Mother's kind, full one pound bottles,
each only .' '. ...2Qc
One-Half Pound bottles, each only 1 Dc
CORN Bride's Favorite, a good standard quality, well vorth 18c,
per can only 1 5c
PEAS Revere Brand, sifted sweet wrinkled, very fine, 25c value,
Per can only 20c
TOMATOES Red Rose hand packed, fine quality (extra standard)
No; 3 can each only 20c
POTATOES Fine eating stock, per peck GOc
Per bushel $2.00
In 5 bushel lots, per bushel St. 90
ONIONS Fine domestic stock, half peck only 20 o
Per bushel SI iOO
GOLDEN HYBRIS ESSEX SQUASH Very fine, per lb. only 4c
APPLES Different varieties of winter apples, fine sprayed fruit,
per bushel S2.5Q
HERRING ROE Delight Brand, large No. 2 can, vorth 30c,
per can only 22c
IVORY PREPARED STARCH 6 oz. package, each only 5c
United States Food Administration License Numbers B01344 & G09569
resume Iter teaching after spending
tho v.ecl. end here with her parents.
She was accompanied u-j far as Co
lumbus by her brother, Clare Hlshop,
who went from Columbus to Cincin
nati wheic ho will tnlco tho examina
tion preparatory to entering the navy.
New shipment of gymnasium bloom
ers and middy blouses just in. The
A. A. Dovds Dry Goods Co. xll
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OVERSEAS
Krnost Stunner, C Co.," :S0Ulh Am
munition Train, son or All-, and Jlra.
John Slarmor.
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DANIEL BELL DIES
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.MONHOK MILLS. Oct. II Daniel
Hell, aged M) yearn died at his homo
Saturday of aenemla. HuslihM his
wife ho leave;) two children, Moim and
Verdena. Funeral at 10 o'clock Tues
day at the homo, and burial In Valley
cemetery with Itov. Hartlett officiat
ing. NEW POSTAL CLERK
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.Miss CIndya HaUor, who ban been
employed at the Woolson department
Htore for Hevcral years, has accepted a
poslliou as clerk in Uiu post office and
assumed her now duties Monday morn
ing. fSj .
PITCH CAUGHT FIRE: I
DEPARTMENT CALLED'
The (Ire department wuh wiled to
thu rear of tho Vino theatre Monday
afternoon at one o'clock when a ket
tle of pitch caught lire. Th blaze was
extinguished with chemicals. No
damage resulted.
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LAHMON FUNERAL
The funeral of Jacob Lahmou oc
curred ut 4 o'clock Monday at the l'ike
church and burial in I'lko cemetery.
jit- .
FALSE ALARM CALLS
FIREMEN TO PAYNE
HOME, EAST OF CITY
The dromon wore called out on a
false alarm about '7::!0 o'clock Sunday
night to tho I'aync homo, east of tills
oily, when someone, either intention
ally planning a practical joke or
thinking the homo in Humes, turned
in a c:ill. Cpon the arrival of tiir
lire true!; and tho llrcmea it was
found that instead of anything of yal
! ue burning, some lenves were being
burned in front of'tho homo.
WRECK OF FREIGHT
CAUSES TRAIN DELAY
ON B. & 0. RAILROAD
IN THE CAMP OF A FRENCH REFUGEE FAMILY
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Xn Important member of the family was left behind when tills French family lied on J he approach of hp V'Pt"1
hordes miiiIIi of lb- Maine, before (heir advance was stopped by the coiintei-olTensive of the French and American
troops. Tliu family look refuge In the forest and erected a portable shelter to protect them from tho winds u,uil,.rn(u;
AMD THE :-
Personal Notes of the' Day
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Lane-Long
Wedding
At -ItlJO o'cock Saturday alteruoon,
l the home of tlio olllciatlng minis-tt-r,
Itov. J. A. Long, Mr. Lawrence
Lane of .Morrow county and Miss
Fayu Lcnorn Loiig of Frederlektown
wero united In marriage. The ring
fiervlco was used. Mr. ami Mrs. Lano
will make their homo on a rami near
Chustervlllc.
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Buttermilk Fodcs' grocery. x!2
'K. II, .Miller toxical) service. Thouo
l8!l. If
Scrlbnor'H Mcntliolaled llalsam uric.
TSTuxin xis
I'aul M, AHhbaugh spout Monday in
Howard.
.Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wlulaud spent
Sunday In llraudoii.
C. NV. McKeo went to ML (Ulead
''Monilny on business.
Joint DoIIIhoii of Columbus Kieut
Dig' week-end hero with friends.
O, Itansom went to Mausllold Mon
day, where ho will bo employed.
James Reynolds i-clurued lo Co
Illinium Monday artcr visiting friends
hero.
Miss Morna Unity returned to Co-
As a result of a freight train being
wrecked when It lilt a horse on the
U. it 0. railroad (racks a( Lexington,
north of liere, Sunday afternoon, a
number of the II. & O. trains through
here wero hold up for many hours,
1WKC K4PJ7I3C DOnC i,"t'' Slllllli,v im1 U1,rly Monday.
imHO ldrtDCLdLC RUUr j Tlu trains, many cars of which
DIESSNEAR DANVILLE j were overturned, was eastboiind.
j Some material damage was done.
DANVILL1C, Oct. 11 Miss Isabella! Hfl
COUNTY BRIEFS
EEI0SP0STP0iE0!flS.wLf;
INOTRUCTOR ARRIVE-0
pal lent at (iraul . hitepllul for two
weeks.
Mis Vivian. Dowdn of Lima Is visit
ing lier pareulH hero.
-Mr. ami Airs. William Anderson am
.spending several days at Millwood.
Mrs. S. (i, TasKiirt Is visiting her
falher, who Is III at his homo in How
ard. Anthony Mnnlsoii left for I'ltts
burgh Monday to Hpend suveral days
on business.
Misses Helen and Itulli CoIvIHu are
visiting their parunts, Or. and Mrs.
it. W. Colvlllo of Norlli tiny slroot.
Carl llrent, who Is engaged In gov
ernment work In Dayton, spout Hun
day with his motlior In (his city.
Our constant desire lo please an
miros you of tho best work. Tho Saul
lary Dry Cleaning Co., southwest cor
ner Public Sipiaru. ,1 1
Miss Laura Hroiilllngor wont to
Camp Sherman Monday lo visit her
nroiner, iioriiert iirenllinger, who Is
ill wKh SpaulHh iulliieu.a.
Miss Martha Wlllumln of Margaret
MorrlHon'a school, Pittsburgh, In vis
it lug tier parents, Mr. and Airs, John
Wltlomlu of Lnmardnn street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson
tipenl Sunday In Crauvillo wit li their
Itoof, aged 75, died of pneumonia at
11! o'clock Saturday night at the home
of her niece, Mrs. 0dward Lefer.
Tho funeral occurred at ID o'clock
Monday morning at (he home and I111
lal at North Head cumotery.
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FRANK WALL DIES
AT CAMP SHERMAN
LIBERTY
BONDS
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DANVILLK, Oct. 11 Frank Wall,
soldier, who formerly redded here,
died at Columbia, S. (!,, Suluiday or
pneumonia.
Funeral at 8:. "10 o'clock Tuesday at
St. Luke's Catholic church ami burial
in St. Luke's cometory.
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MRS. RAILEY INJURED
Airs. Jennie Itailey of Alarioii slroot
was Injured Saturday evening when
sliu wuh Ihrowii from an aiiliumibile
at I lie corner of High ami Sandusky
streets, Tho machine. In which she
was riding, collided with another ma
chine causing I ho accident.
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EASTMAN IMPROVED
liimliim Monday alter vIhIIIiib In Fred-, nun, Hoborl Simpson, who is In the
cricktown.
Oclagou uoap iiroin'luiiis have ar
rived at thu A. II. Junes & Co. I'urnl
iuro store, ' HTuxITi
Mlsu Catherine Weber I111H aecopled
11 position as stenographer at the
II a ills garage,
Mlsn Ktlllli Mnllck or Curtis street
"HP en I tho weekend in Johnstown vis
HIiir friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I'led lluulsbergcr of
Delaware, are visiting relatives hero
mill in Camblor,
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Wyker went lo
Camp Sherman Monday In visit theli
Hon, who Is ill there,
Mrs. A, 1 1 it 11 1 1 1 1 0 11 was moved from
thu Mt. Vernon hospital to her homo
)n Acidemia Sunday.
f you have a room "For Itenl" try 1
u llanner elaHSllled ml. 'I'houu US ami 1
It will hi; attended to. j
Itu&hctl WoIhs or Fll.abolh titled.
was moved frun the Ml. Vernon hus-i
pllnl lo his honur Sunday. I
Ituv. and Mrs. D. C. Cobuin of
North Mulberry slroot loft Monday on)
u motor trip to Cary, hid. 1
Harry Mnllck of Columbus spent I
Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. W. K, Dai-1
,llng of North Jofloraoii sheet.
S, A. T. C. at Denlsou university.
.Mrs, J. II. Woollen of Lamartluo
hi reel spent Sundiiy at (irauvillo with
her daughter, Doris Wootlou, who has
been ill Iml Is now much Improved,
Clyde Lafover of Cleveland spout
the week-end with his lamlly, visiting
at the homo of Mra, Lul'ovors par-1
mils, Mr. and Airs. Frank McCuglu of
North Mulberry si reel. 1
Mrs. Samuel Simmons and .Minn j
Nancy lllaek of llldgowooil avenue
went lo llrlnkhaveu Monday lo al
tend tho luueral of their ulster, Airs,
Jacob Dowdell.
Mrs. Joseph Fields wan called lo
Camp Sherman .Monday morning by
the Illness of her son, 1'rlvale Carlton
I. Fields, who Is Hiill'orlug ttom tin nt
tack of llio Spanish Inlluen.a.
Hon, Tale Crumley, who is ut the
(.rent Lakes Naval Training school,
near Chicago, hi 111 with tho Spanish
lullui'ii.a, accerillug lo word received
by lolallvea In the city Alouday,
Airs. N. It. lOaslnian received word
Unit her sou, Hubert Kastmaii of Le
high university, 1'lttsburgh, who has!
been 111 with Spaulshh lul'luem'.a, was
much improved Alouday. '
ADMITS FURNISHING I
LIQUOR; FINE OF $50 i
AND COSTS IMPOSED!
'TiirSIIETS
.OCTOBER 15
j I'lTTSiU'HUH LIVESTOCK
1 Caltlo -Hecelpts: 2;',)l); market
.steady; steer Ifi.fi017; heifers Win
ejJlU.rii); cows S.oO&lO.riO.
I Hogs Hoceipts: 0,500) market low
er; heavies LS.tO(18.50; heavy york
I era 1 7.00&-1S.10; lights I70'l7.3."i.
Sheep and lambs Hecelpts: U.IIOO;
j market steady; lop sheep ILSU; top
I lambs 17. '
! halves Hecelpts; l.Him; market
, steady; top Hi.
CLIOVMLAND LIVl'iSTOOK
Cattle Hecelpts 2,000'; market TiUe
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IW ('. I., . Mt , j
Calves Hocuipls: sou; market
steady; good lo cliulcu v;al calves 17
(Jjf 1 T.r.D.
Sheep and lambs -Hecelpts; B.rilM);
market steady; good I o' choice lambs
Ifi 1(1. WJ- '
Hogs Hecelpts: 7,000; market HOc
lower; yorkers 13.I1.1; heavies, med
iums IK. in; loughs 10; pigs IS; stags
Hi.
CIIICACO LIVIWTOCK
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OAAHIIKH. Oe. 11 Lieutenant i The regular meeting oi Pleasant'
Klndel of Camp Ferry arrived, here , grango for Friday evenng will be
Saturday to be tho instructor on tho ! Postponed on account of tho "flu."
Kenyon Hiflo ranre. ' .Tho inspections scheduled Tor the
Mr. and Mrs' Moi'-iran LaudorlmuKli I rPal "f "lu nl011th h tl,c countydop-
returned to Alt. Vernon Monday after
spending several days here.
Mrs. Hrowster, wife o( Lieutenant
Hrovslor,.comnnindnnt at Kenyon col
lege, arrived hero Saturday.
LOCK. Oct. li Air. and Airs. Ar
thur Mitchell of' Cojuiubus visited
Mrs. I. K. Mitchell Sunday.
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uly will be postponed so as to libido
by .the' ruipicst of tho board of health
Hint all public gatherings bo dis
pensed with.
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'I he meeting of tho Knox county
I'omomi grange has been postponed
owing to Hie epidemic ot" Spanish 'influenza.
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HHANDON. Oct. 11
Kathleen
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Ward, daugliter of Air. and Mra. Franlc DAK 1 TlO
Ward is ill or pneumonia. 't 4 ! ! ?" 'h ! i 4 ! ! 4"
Haymoud I'ominer, who In 111 at A son Was horn Sunday to Air. and
Camp Sherman was much improved '"A'ii-h. John McGlhney of the Wooster
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F. W. WOOLWORTHCOr
Monday.
NORA GAVIN DEAD
Alias Nora Gavin died at tho resi
dence of her slater in Cleveland. O.
Friday, October 11. liurlul in Cleve- Sea Let's
land. Rs wagon.
road.
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A son was born lo Air. andMrs.
Walter Ogg, of the Delaware road,
Sunday. -
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all get on the bond pa
Pa
In accordance with the
ruling of the health autho'
ties prohibiting the- assem,-
blmg of crowds in public
places we find it necessary' to
call off, or postpone, qur-An:
nual Fall Sale advertised. .
for the week of Oot. 14 to?I
Watch for further.. an
nouncements later. ; u
F. W. W00LW0RTH CQ;
mlUM?rmVT IBfJ KKUit KWTUJMWIVI ISUtKlTA1tM1.V(B SUM1
Alter eiileilng a plea of gullly ho
fore .Mayor Hair .Monday morning, Ar
thur Cuurtrlght was lined ?."U and
costs by tho mayor tor furnishing In
toxicating llipior to a man giving bin
j name as W. I). Carnoa.
Courlrlght was arrested late Sun
day afternoon alter ho had brought
soinu llipior hero for Carnos, ho nays.
.py.
GOLF LESSONS AT !
THE COUNTRY CLUB j
ArrangeiueiilH have beoir coinploted'1
whereby A. F. Horry will give golf
lessons nt (ho Country club on Tuos- j
day, Thursday and Sal unlay ' after-'
noons. Momherw of the club desiring
to lake lesiions are reipio.-ited lo make
arrangements with Mr, Horry nt. once. I
A nominal charge will ho niado for
j the lessons, I
Chanoy Dowdell and a.m. Fred, or MRS. JULES DESPONTIN
Ashland, visited Mr. ami Alia. H, Him-. Tvc MfiNnAV MOPNIMr,
moiis or Hldgewood uvonuo Saturday UiLk MUHUAi mUKlMIllj
S. Ilu rim u or AlarkolH)
Hogs Heeidptfi; 110,000; market
neady; butcher hogs 18.iriMS.no;
packing hogs I0.7."iji H; selected light
hogs 17.00 (fi'lN.I,"; selected roughs
10; pigs 1 fi..V)i Hi.r.u.
Caltlo Hecelpts: ;i0,000; slow.
Sheep- Hocolpts: 00,000; slow.
CIIICACO CHAIN
Corn Nov. I.'JI; Dec. 1.1SV1.
Oats Nov. ,ii":)i; Dec. .07.
Fork Oct, and Nov. :il7..
Lard Oct. liO.no; Nov. an.L',".
Hihs Ocl. and Nov. lit .!.".
TOLICDO CHAIN
Cloveraoed Ocl. W.Mi; Dec. UILIO.
Alslko Oct. 1S.0.'.; Dec. IS.a."..
Tlinolhy Old, cash l.ll.'i'now, cash
I.!).' Dee. .'..or,, .. ' .
NKW YORK STOCK LIST
American Heel Sugar, US-y, .
American Sugar Hollaing', llOTfi.
Ilaltlmoie ,v. Ohio, r.liyft.
Ilethleliem Steel, 7:t',i.
Chesapeako ft Ohio, ri'.H,',,
Frle, 10',. '"'
Kennecotl Copper, :!.". , ' ; ."
Louisville li. Nashvillu, M0:i.
Alldvalo Steel, 111 VA . ' ,-, '"'
No-folU H. Wealern. HIS.
Ohio Cities lias, II,
Hoimlillo Iron K. Steel. I0!l.
Willys Overland, Tl.
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Mrs. Budlt. Mods of Amity went ... ' , H u irU , u ( m,
Uamphherman Alouday to nurso her m,n(i WllHhBlim n, I()lllmi;
no... Carlton, who Is seriously ill. i Mon(, ,. ,,,. wml..H v(
Mru. Nattlo Flslier returned to Co,
lumhus Monday after visiting Airs.
John Hoggs of South Main street.
Highest prices paid toi wool. All
kinds of farm products al old McCou
noil warehouse. Lovorlux Hroa.
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Miss .lulla lliiiui returned to Colum
bus Monday after visiting Mr. and
Jiru. Harry Dunn of Frederlektown.
after which they wont lo Hrlttkhnvnn
to at to ml tho Cuticrul of Airs. Jacob
Dowdell.
Allss Veina AlcCugln, who Is om-
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with her paro'its, .Mr. and Airs. Frank
McCuglu, Norlli Mulberry street.
Air. and Mrs. Harry J). Critohllohl
of Chicago, who wero called lo
city hy the death of Mr. Critchllold's
sisters. .Mis, Matthews and Airs. Hello
Crltchlleld. wero called to Now York
city Saturday attoruonu by a telegram
announcing the death of Airs. Crltcli-
llehl's brother.
Miss Murgarct Cornell has return- Miss Mildred Hlshop left Sunday
.til from Columbus where she waa a for Nuw Straltsvlllu whoru alio will
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Airs, .JulcH Desponllu. forniorly of
Ml. Vernon, died early Alouday morn
lug at her homo In Charleston, V.
Va., after a brief Illness of appendi
citis and pneumonia. The deceased
was ill years of ago. She was for
merly Allss Hose AiageiH and was thu
daughter of Air. and Airs, Calvin Ala
gcrs of Fast llurgous slreol. The do
cased is survived by her nireuts,
"'"'her husband and the following broth
ers and ulster: Wilson, Helen, Frank
lin, I'aul ami Staunton. Tho remains
will arrive in All. Vmnoii Tuesdiiy
evening and will bo taken to the
homo of Alv, and Alar. Alagora. 110
L'ast llurgosK streel.
Funeral arrangements will ho an
nounced later.
PRODUCE
LOCAL
The following tiro pi nam pnld by II i
V. Smoots for farm produce delivered j
at Ilia warchouso; ,
Frohh Fggs .' -ISe
No. I Country Hiitter rej
No. 2 Country lluttcr !!-ej
Heavy lions' , ISe
Light Hens ', 10c
Heavy Spring Chickens ,. .-.;... ISe
Small Spring Chicl;ens Hie,
Old Hoosters Ifc
Ducks ,- Icl
Ceeso '. , L'e:
'furkeya ; t!0e;
lilt- --..i..-iii, '-,,ss lo 'l'h llnnnflrj I
Oattla (No olllchil (piolallous).
i'lTTSHUHCH LlVKSTOCK i
CLKVKLAN1) L1VKSTOCIC '
Only one person in six of the people of the
United States bought a Third Liberty Bond,
Were you one of the five who did not?
Even if you were, it is not too late to make
amends. Better be late than sorry, any time.'
Buy bonds the way the boys in France fight
' to the very utmost. ' .v '
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JOHN H. BONE
Democratic Candidate for State Representative.
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