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New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania THIRTY-TWO NEW CASTLE NKWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. We ask you to take just one demonstration in the new Paige "Lakewood 6-66" and judge it from, the standpoints of power, speed, acceleration, spring sus- pension and general motor efficiency. Get the actual lapsed time of the make a record in your notebook. Then take a second demonstration in any other any and compare the results. That is all we ask. Toun'm; On'', ni tl Sport PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.. DETROIT Jtf V and Percy B. Walls 511 Hig-hland Ave. New Castle, Penn'a. Bell Phone 298-R. THE MOS T. BEAUTIFUL CAR- IN AMHIV1CA MATHER BROS. CO, 1 25% Price Reductions -On- WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY SILVERWARE LAMPS CUT GLASS IVORY AND LEATHER GOODS Now Going On. Crowds Of Enthusiastic Buyers Are Attending This Sale. Our aim in reducing prices is to meet the approval of tbe buyinc public by conforming to the trend of opinion that prices should now be lowered, regardless of profit. At all times the selling price of our wares includes only n reasonable profit. Therefore. to select Mather Bros, quality merchandise at 2or'r. less than regular price is an opporutn- ity worth while and unprecedented. AVhat you buy now will be held for future delivery if you so desire. MATHER BROS .JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS. 213 East "Washington Street. Many Larro-Feed Wonder why their cows give much more milk on Feed than on any other ration. XCADT KATIOH COff good beceuie iti made good. Composed of choicest Ingredients; just the right pro- potions of protein end red in clean raodern plant always tho hicb quality. Feed Your Cows Larro-Feed Get tnoio milfc, biHSer profits end have healthier cnwa. money hack niter 20O )bs.. U not entirely satisfied. Or jer your trial supply to-acy. NEW f AST E FEED CO. Says Artillery And Munitions Arrived On Armistice Day Until Thai, Time "mis xnil Hoimhl .I'l'om Kniii mill Knglunfl NEW CASTLE DRY GOODS COMPANY 8'rOHK HtlMt-A. 1', M; MERCANTILE BUILDING (InlornnUotial NOWH Scrvlcu) WASI-I'INGTON. ,llin. lory nnil munitions from l.ho Unllcil Status liiicl JUKI. hC'gim to roiuth win-in Urn armistice wax Ril, Colonel Krlwln D. Brlcker, pur- chasing iignni for tho ordnance de- partment, l.ostifiod today liofiiro HID .lohiiHon Hiib-coinmil.l.oc- at l.ho IIOIIBO itiilitavy affairs conimltlcu, Invosll- KiitlriK win- cxiKindll.ureK. Brio.lsor tnstiried tlnit dnrliiK UIH win1 he luicl houKhl. artillery and iiiu- liltionx from France valued nt.' f nud commissary Hiipplico val- ued lit. Artlllnry iincl inunHiqns for UBO In France wore, purohasod from Groin. Britain in n cost of Brlokor testi- fied. Charles DIIWOK, (if f.'hicnKO, who hns been summoned as a wltnoas. supervised till purt'.linses ovnr fniiics, Hrlcknr lold tho BAKE SALE TQMOEROW, Vt JOHJT8 LUTHERAN CHUEOH, PHIALMIA CLAM Many Are The Exceptional Values Offered By New CastJe Complete Assortment of WantedMerdiandiseMarliet N. Y. Prison Inmates Fewer With U.S. i Cominllmi'iils In Klrft I'rohlhltlim' l-'jill cnr AI.HANY. .Ian. prison population In York atai.i MO, lil.o. rlti.si? of the fir.st of prolilbitlnn, shrnvfd :i diirrcusu of I 1S71 from tin- Hiune day at the j year, it wti.-i shown tics oi-rupicd by thi- stato enmmis- I sion of prisons, mudo public yt'sn.rr day. Thi> report, said tltut of 'last !U prlsoniTH slati .'cliU at ft.'Jft irnlr. (CoitUT Alulii) Saturday Final Day of our Special Sale Muslin Silk Under Garments SILK GOWNS Former 7.95 Konm-r valuta .f Former vuluc'x now Former valuta now............115.00 Form or IKUV ............119.75 SILK CHEMISE Fonitor valiii'sf 5.00 Forjin-r values rimv ............8 6.95 FoniK-r values now 9.75 Former vnhnwfi now FoniH-r vahu-s.iJ.lH.OO, now OtVr-i nt and SATURDAY AT THE TOILET SECTIOH 25c Talcum Pow- 16c. Crr-wn 34c. 35c Forapc-ian Orr-ain 26c, Orf-me Meridor 35c. f.Vr-nnJ 15c. Talewro I9c. >V.'f. 10 Ilsa- iS Right of Mais Its ji ihe numbo 3'' the Institu do Burgess May Have To Arrest Himself _____ til- IVlrmujti imH- niinri- Aitntiist lilix-kint; nf CATA NVIS.SA, Jan Thomas H. lianl.M i-' titn-B'.in of tir.a plaop and also a for :b- of hli two hlmsolf tdduy in a ?-nforreinfiit nf fnsl tit- 1'n-pitr.Ml Most EflVrlU-o WASHINGTON', Jan. ttio raof! of Connn.-Hiiloniil ninvfiiutntsi tn- wnrtlfl disarmament. of t In.1 Nnvy DanlelH today nddri-BHi-il a l-l- thf; Nuvnl Oi-mjriil Hourd di- rctrtltiK that un Immediate Ktudy imiflp of the motil nift'i'llvil wr-aponw nf inod'M-n naval w-iirfiiro. A report on tin; study Is to bi> niiido otlrly In Kiibruary. Sccriitarj' DanlelH Minted thai if Die United'StnlPB In l.o play a Ion- hand, "1.1111.1 It muni. Im propnri'il wlili the. nioHt, effective mDitiiti of u-nr- fiire." An Ini.ernKtliiK rcnlnry tomb Hlonf bui'ti ill.Hrovci'i'il at. WnrkHop. Kngland, which is lu'Ing rc- Htoruil :IH n moiiiorlnl In local IIKMI who In thn war. ONE PAIR LOT CURTAINS 1-2 PRICE. (or nu inl'.l pair o! You find Horn" wiiiulorfitl Hi lot of Curtalim ai 1-2 your i twy ovur. 1.1'f, CurtJiiu.- -93 Curtain- n.'.is t'urtaut.s 1.12 ..........J2.0G i 'urtJitn.- ..........S2..23 ..........S2.50 A SALE OF YANKEE GIRL HAIR NETS, 4 TOR 25c. Regular Price lOc each. s'atariSay ottre i .jm.nstif i'. a Jlri! SILK NEGLIGEES vuhtos 0.75, now 5.38 J I LONG CLOTH yard tor 12.75, Bolt. Aisle) SILK CAMISOLES. Former no'-v Foruif-r JT.OW now...... Fornt'-r SILK BLOOMERS Kunsi.-r r.wv Former now MERCERIZED TABLE DAMASK iit rare. 75c EXTRA QUALITY CAM- BRIC MUSLDf 19c SILK PAJAMAS ?-50..V'. now ............S 6.95 x'uiU'' iOc. Now Marked 25c. BOYS' FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS to Now Marked 1 5 NIGHT ROBES if S I Now Marked i MEN' S W 0 EK SWEAT BUS l A v i''.. Now Marked 'Deal at the Gatte Store" ,UITS OVERCOATS "The Home of Quality Hand made suits that are made to lit und wcur, Tom ban ind black aerges that he (suarauteea will not fade. DOUGLAS, The Tailor EAST WAHIIINfJ'l'ON BTHPJIC'I Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Sample free nf Cullc.UJi Lnhanlorln. X. Mald.n, Kc. evc.rywlierc.______ Billion In Drinks Saved, Says Drys KlrM .Arid Yi'tir .Infu! .tn t 'otiMiiiipt'iHi A Waste And Poo iv-'" i --f titular, t ar.lt "Ihi'. Hi of Uhli-." bo J.I.M: i "trip i.i i I Kll 1'ov wj.s .Millions of lln.-c Thittwv U'ASMIJ.'ti'l i IN. Jim. 2S. ---Whi.iky ft'uin 1 Kiillunit ii> .suflVr I LH 7 In I" llui first your of prohibition, mvord- liiK ID neuron iiiimmnc.'d tod.iy by. HOI I. .Un In Mk-htjtan th< Mat tlm l.i'iumn'. tlon of a I I'M linl lit Ihu yi-nrx frmii 7 I, OS "I KiillDilH to n- Mlchiimti virtually A thii'vi of tn un- THE NEWS, BY MAIL, ONE YEAR, ATTEND Neiman's Great Stock-Taking Sale See Our Ad On Page to pny H." wltli -K-ho.il-. uiul rond'i nnd in itiMtinK poos'i-r tiuutvu, riTi ttulloitK. boor drop-i ImrrolH to n.- "l 'l; ImrivlH, MUK- to I', S. or tli- lon-Mry tlinl nutny nilllloii ijnl- fm-ulty of ihi dniwu for miii-hiwi'mnis HSU liiivo I Mhnruui" of fovi'st niiHIoiin bi.'tin (IlvnMi'il lo lifvuniKw siild wren of "'Isii'li un 'iincoinpiiuylnK utiiti.nnont by I hti! viittt wiviillli In ttmboi1 urn m- i luuKiio. "nnd I but. inniiy million wustn Inndrt. i'pt. nnd de- loiui of bi.'iM1 liiivo Inmii nuidn nnd ron-] i.iirlonitliiK bv '''I'1' u> s utmutil ntiito rthtiwH that thn tiuvu >-TABl_tTS- Nl Ton 101) I- Kut 1UU mini in lo rpMloro to tho III'IIHH of Mich Ij-'tui fiirimt ImliiKtry. Tho third of MtohlKiin j I'l-ofiissor diH'lnrnH. i-ovnrs I IIITOM or no, of j It boliin In l.bo noi't.lu't'ii pnrt of Quit lower ponilirtilhi. In tbn UP" of pur Tins bulk of biinlirnpt lunilii worn orlHlmilly plno V'vom IS70 to Mti'U- thi! wurlil In llui quuHty, ut 1U Uuitiur OJL- "Pape's Colci Compound" is Qu-L'kest Reiiet 1'im't i I'siUI two UOHTW u'n tnliim ttsUnUv inild WP. Tlu< first ilivso ope.us riosB'-d-up u ruiU'.tuii.
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