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   Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE FORT WAYNE JOURNAL-GAZETTE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1920. READ EVERY ITEM ON THIS PAGE MARKET -PAGE- READ EVERY ITEM ON THIS PAGE "A SMILE WITH EVERY BITE" iTh'e next time you need that has a deli- cious, appetizing bread that is truly better- phone your grocer for a loaf of LUXURY. The acme of modern sanitary baking methods plus the purest of in- gredients easily make LUXURY Bread the superior, yes the peer of any loaf that ever left an oven. LUXURY CAKES 'Are Made In Six Varieties They are unusually satisfactory; they are unusually eco- Gold, Silver, Raisin, Fruit, Marshmal- low, Chocolate. 'Ask Tour Dealer for Luxury Bread and "They Are Better." THE EMRICH BAKERY 1122 Broadway Phone 1038 Eat Two Slices For One DAILY IIV FORT WAYNE ABSTftAtTT CO, K. BERRY ST. DIVORCES GRANTED. A divorce was granted'to Anna C. Krlly from Andrew Kelly in th0 co-art yc-su-rday. Jack Nourum has bc-en granted a rit.-peni.uou rrom Francis Noon- an. Berthat RHey was granted a divorce from Gc-orgc Kiley in Superior i.'w'.il'l. TOO MANY CHILDREN. Alleging that Henry Hart had t-igth children when he told her be- fore marriagre that he had only three, and that he expected her to take care of them Mary Hart filed a divorce. Cumphunt yesterday. Jane- Falls, to Wallace K. Doud, Addition (or Lot us Chute's Homestead Addirion. tor John T. Crawford, et ux. to Jacob I, Morrow, ct us. Part 133 Hamilton's l-'uurth for Jl.L'00.00. .ktsiii-s Morrow, et us. to Conrad Bayer. Ldi 42 Lakeside- 1'ark Addition lor ?5.- 000.00. D. S Clinton Thomas. DONT LIKE NAGGING. Stating in his divorce complaint filed yesterday that his wife, Bell Burns, was forever quarreling ana iKtgrging, "William Burns expressed his desire to be divorced. The cou- ple were married in 1913. aiweny, ici tinman j.nuuio.a. Pan Lot S Baker's Addition, for B. Emberton, et ux. to Rowland Bishop et ux. 139 and Part 1-ot 13S Archer's Addition, for fl.OOO.QO. Henry Fe-igfcr. fl u.t, to George Lot S Orctn'd Subdivision, tor J7.000.00. COUNTRY Tha Loan and Tmst Com- pany :o Charles Bond. Lot 2 Holly- wood's Gardens Amended, for Band Concert Sunday, Aug. 22, p. m. Central Station United States Naval Band. Trier's Amusement Park. WANTS DAMAGES. Mable AT. Johnson started a suit for ?5QO damages against John Leh- man and John Lehman, Jr. yesterday. The plaintiff avers that her car was hit by the Lehman car at the corner of Calhoun and Butler streets and that her car was damaged to the lent of ?50Q. WANTS What to Use and Avoid On Faces that Perspire Alonzo Kendall filed a complaint i on suretyship yesterday ggainst George A. Britton demanding judg- ment to the extent of MARRIAGE LICENSES, Don Edgar, winder, and Clara "W. Wahl. Floyd HL Johnson, yard brakeman, j.nd Mary 33. Fruchey. James Jordan, laborer, and Nannie loldsby. :JHuntIngton Suffering From t Epidemic of Joy-Riders f Taking Cars Ind.. Aug. "roadster automobile of Claude Cline, republican county chairman, was found today northwest of the city where it had been" abandoned by thieves after four tires had- been taken from the wheels, and the estra carried at the rear stripped off. The car disappeared from the street in front of the Cline residence Thurs- day night, and Mr. Cline reported to the police. Today it was found near the Leisch farm on the Flax Mill road, without tires or. tubes. Noth- ing else was disturbed on the ma- chine. Frank Shideler. living on Frederick street, reported to the police. Friday that somebody had tried to steal his car Wednesday night. The thieves succeeded in breaking into the ga- SATURDAY SPECIALS Karn Bros. Meat Market DANIEL BROS., Props. 1118 Calhoun Street Phones 166-497U WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Please Get Your Order in Before 9 A. M. or 3 P. M. L. F. MEYER CREAMERY BUTTER.............62c CHOICE BEEF ROASTS...................ISc-ISc VEAL BREASTS............................20c SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS...................2Sc BOILING BEEF .......'...............-----12y2c Fresh Hamburger------18c Bulk Sausage........20c Round Steak........30c Chuck Steak........22c Pork Steak.........30c Fresh Liver ..------8c-10c Brisket Bacon.......32c Breakfast Bacon 35c-4Sc Picnic Hams........25c Regular Hams .......40c Cottage Hams......44c Home Made Bologna. 20c PURE LARD- NO. 3 pails 7Sc; No. 5 pails No. 10 pails rage, bnt were unable to start the car because they did not possess the right kind of a switch key. Failing there they -si-ertf to the Dial garage Immediately adjacent, and obtained the Dial can This car was abandoned on the Salamonie road south of the city the same niKht. Two hoys were seen leaving it at daylight. John Geerdink, eighty-four years old, will leave next Wednesday for New York -where he will obtain paas- f age for Rotterdam, Holland, He wi! make his home in Holland with i sister. Geerdink came to the Unitec States forty-seven years and t spent two years in i-ort Wayne be- fore coming to Huntinston. He was an employe of the Erie railroad for 1 many years. I It was announced Friday that ath- letes from the Huntington Erie shops will be entered in every event of the annual fire tournament, field 'meet band contest and other events be j held at Gallon, Ohio. August "6, 2 and 28. The Huntington ball team expects to give a good account of itself, and other entries are expected to land in the first places. STANDARD BEARERS ELECT ANNUAL OFFICERS At the monthly business meeting of the Standard Bearers society of the First M. E. church, held in the parlors Thursday the lol- lowing officers were elected for the j ensuing- year: Miss Irene Kinsey, president; J. R. Bird, first vice-president; Franklin i ICoos, corresponding" secretary; Miss t Ethel recording secretary; Donald treasurer, and Miss Clara Bloush, mite box secre- tary. A splendid musical program was rendered during th evening, consist- ing of a vocal solo by Mr. Klopfen- stein; duet by Mrs. Bird and Mr. Knglish and a piano solo by Mrs. Edward Freeman. Skin, to be healthy, must breathe. It also must expel, through the pores, its share of the body's waste material. Certain creams and powders clog- the pores, interfering both with elimination and breathing, especially during the heated period. If more wo- men understood this, there would be fewer self-ruined complexions. If they would usa ordinary mercolized wax in- stead of cosmetics they would have healthy complexions. This remarkable substance actually absorbs a bad skin, also unclogging the pores. Result; Tha fresher, younger and u'hder-skm is per- mitted to breatt-e and to show itself- The exquisite new complexion gradually peeps out, one free from any appear- ance of artificiality. Obtain an ounce of mercolized wax from your druggist and try it. fl Apply nightly like coin dream for a week or two, washing It off mornings. To remove wrinkles, here e a mar- velously effective treatment which, also acts naturally and. harmlessly: Dissolve an ounce of powdered saxolite in a half pint witch hazel and use as a wash lotion. EL'S 4 Cut-Rate Stores Corner Gay and Creighton......Phone 6458 1341 East Creighton..------.....Phone 6362 1125 Maumee Avenue..........Phone 4092 1916 Calhoun................Phone 8033 WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION We not only cut prices Porter House Steak------30c Sirloin Steak.........30c Picnic Hams.........25c Regular Hams.......39c Bologna, 20c Frankforts, Ib........22c Roast Beef..........15c Boiling Beef.......12yzc Cream Cheese 33c Brick Cheese.........35c Hearts, Ib. one day, but all week. Pork Steak..........28c Veal Stew...........ISc Veal Roast..........18c Veal Chops..........28c Bulk Lard...........24c Compound Lard, Ib. 21c Smoked Shoulders, Ib. 28c Bacon Squares.......27c BUTTERINE Nut Oleo...........30c Cream Nut..........32c and Caulkers on light galvanized j jtank work. Apply Wayne Oil Tank and Pump Co. Best Creamery Butter, Ib. 55c Fresh Country Eggs, doz. 48c Sugar, Best Cane, 5 Ibs. 90c Lard, Eckarfs Best......23c GRAND UNION TEA GO. No Deliveries. 1321 Calhoun St. Every Slice Is Nice That's what they say about the delicious cakes we've baked for you here. You'll enjoy them to the fullest and thank your stars that you didn't waste a heated hour in the kitchen try- ing to equal them. A splendid variety, fresh every day. Also all pastry delicacies and fine bread and rolls. Try U. S. System -of Bakeries 1423 SOUTH CAi-rlOUN Swiss Cheese.........38c {Salmon, can Bread .14c Silver Equality Little Aristos Silver Tomato Puree, 3 cans. .20c Brooms .19c Apples, 10 Ibs........35c Cabbage, Ib.......... 2c Tomatoes, Ib.........3c Armour Macaroni, 3 for............ -25c Hominy, 3 for........25c Instant Postum____27c-45c Bulk Coffee, Ib......'.23c 49c-69c Puffed Corn.........lOc Kenny's High Grade. .43c Karo, 5 Ibs. dark......45c Bin-sky's High Grade.. .4Sc Karo, 10 Ibs. dark.....90c Karo, 10 Ibs. light.. Karo, 5 Ibs. light......SSc Kellogg's Crisps___12V2c Aroma Coffee, Ib......3Sc Scrap Tobacco, 3 for.. .2Sc Poultry Feed, Moss Rose Beans, 2 for 25c Hebe, can...........lie Perfect Red Beans, can, lOc Every Day, 2 for......25c Dried Peaches........27c Large Can Pumpkin. 1 Oc 1 Apricots ............37c Perfect Peaches......48c Prunes..........18c-30c Peaches, can.........20cj Large Gold Dost, pkg. 31e Granulated Sugar.....19c Potatoes, peck.......48c Navy Beans, 5 Ibs.....43c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs.....50c Lemons, dozen.......25c Bulk Tapioca, Jar Rubbers, 3 doz. for 23c S Good Luck..........38c Dominion Pork and Beans .25c lOc; 3 for........ SOAP SPECIAL Sunny Monday, 10 for. .69c Birch White, 10 for------69c P. G. Soap, 10 for... 77fc Sweetheart Toilet.....8c Hake White, 10 for-----69c FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. GHOSH SONS GROCERY AND MARKET. Store No. Hanna Pontiac Ste. Phones 7631-6101 Store No. Buchanan St. Phone 8079 Store No. East Wayne St. Phone 4383 Potatoes 42c a Peck WITH ORDER Flour Special, sack....... Cabbage, pound............. 3c P. G. Soap, 3 bars for......25c Flake White Soap, 5 bars for 35c Gloss Soap, 10 bars for.......55c Potatoes, peck Coffee, pound .........-------29c Bread, large loaf...........15c Chicken Feed, 100 Ibs. for. Pint Jar Baking Powder.....15c Good Luck Oleo, pound Nut Oleo, pound -.........33c 3 large cans Baked Beans....25c Jersey Flakes, 2 for........-25o Apples, peck................49c Toilet Paper, 3 large rolls....25c Van Camp's Milk, 2 for......25c Hebe, tall cans.............11c Tomatoes a bu. 2 cans Kidney Beans........25c We Deliver to All Parts of the City. More Loatf es Per Sack Valier'e Enterprise Flour Joes make more loaves pier tack. One trial convince you. Milled from carefully selected rich-in-gluten hard winter wheat this flour has a strength which insures greater volume in This ia a decided economy. Valier's Enterprise Flour not only means "more loaves per flack" but 1C assures bread which i> enjoyed down to the last flavor? crumb. Of course, such flour costs sKghtly more in the sack but its use is economical m the long un. Home baked bread is not only the most nutritious of all foods but it means a decided Having. Order Valiers Enterprise Flour from grocer today, Remember there are More loaves per sack Community hlgh-Brade popular priced flour- It has made hoftta of LadiesKeep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticora Soap and Cuticura Talcum Safe Milk For Infants Invalids A Nutritious Diet for All Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office Avoid Imitations and Substitutes DRESSED POULTRY Dressed Young Ducks, Ib................45c Dressed Frying Chickens, Ib................55e Dressed Fall Hens, Ib... .42c Decker Cantaloupes 10c 1624 Calhoun Street 6604 341 East Lewis 4244 406 East Wayne Street.................................Phone 4844 3721 Piqua Saturday FREE DELIVERY SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT We beg to announce the opening of another one ofv our 'Better 3721 Piqua Avenue, Saturday, August 21. We endeavor at all times to serve the people of the south part of the city with- the im the way of service and foodstuffs. FRED ACKER in Charge. Who brought the sugar prices down in Fort Wayne? Just stop and think that we were selling sugar at 21c a pound when others were forced to get 25c to 30c a pound. We are going to continue to bring Just watch us. Pure White Extra Fine Cane Granulated Sugar, Ib-----18c Fine Large Potatoes, good cookers, 55c peck; bushel The Best Bread in the city; fresh from our ovens twice daily; 1-pound loaf lOc; loaf....... -ISc Aristos Flour, An Elegant Bread and Pastry Flour, Fancy Head Rice, Ib..........15c Kelloag's Korn Krcsps, .................2 pkgs. 25c KIRK'S FLAKE ........10 bars 67c Try some, of our elegant Baked Goods; Cakes, Pies, Rolls, Cookies, etc. Ko Ko Heart Nut Oleo, lb...30c Perfection Nut Butter, Ib.....35c Pure .Lard, the best, Ib.......23c Large Lima Beans, Ib........15c Campbell Pork and Beans, large cans, 2 for...........25c COFFEE SPECIALS. Our own blends at a special price, they're cheap enough at the regular price- Economy Blend, 23c Ib.; 4 Ibs. Popular Brand, 38c Ib.; 3 Ibs. ?1 MEAT ST. STORE. Pure Land, Pork Chops, Ib...............35c Whole Pork Shoulder, Ib.....26c Fancy Picnic Hams, Ib. 2Sc Njce Tender Round or Sirloin Steak, Ib Boiling Beef, best plate, Ib. Best Chuck Roasts, Ib........16c Fresh Spare Ribs, Neck Bones, Liver, Hearts, Sausage, Etc., Etc. 3 for............-.25c I Endive Lettuce, Ib.....15c Michigan Celery, bunch, lOc Sugar Pears, Vt bushel Basket.......'-.- Jelly Crabapples, 10 Ibs. for..........-------35c Apples, nursery stock, 10 Ibs..............29c Bushel Potatoes, Rurals, peck 49c; 1 Bushel, 60 Potatoes, Early Ohio, per Tomatoes, bu. basket, Small Regular Hams, per Whole or Half Ham. j Coverdale Archer Co. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 630-632 Harrison St. Phones 394-395-3959 OUR BUTCHER BOY SAYS: WE SErfD VoUR. MEATS HOME AWAY- SPECIAL Nice Sweet Oranges, dozen..........47c Large Lemons, dozen 28c Peaches, basket-----28c Tin Cans, dozen.... 69c Plenty of Red Sealing Wax. Heavy Caty Rubbers, 3 for...........25c Upton's Cocoa, Vs-lb. can.......25c Prompt Delivery to AH Parts of the City.   

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